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Real 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.
Room 4T, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
FOK SALK Oil TRADE No. 113 Kilns
bU, fl room, furniice. etc. Tol. .W. Unli on
G. W. Grldley. 4 Ceutrnl building. iW
FOB SALE New fight room house, lmrd
wood nnlsh throuchout. off Adolpli nve.
Will sell for $1300 or exchange for smaller
property. Enquire 121 Ohio st. ra-wr
For sale Property on Dayton St., $1,100;
good 7 room house, furnace und barn, only
fl,80O; fine lot on North Howard st.at a
sacraflce;No. 115 Croute St., 6 room house,
well and cistern, fine lot, tl.500.on lone
time. East Thornton St., near Main and
Furnace, only $1,700. Properties In nil
parts of the city nt great barpnlns. Call and
nee them. Money to loan Tel. 516. G. V
Grldley, 4S Central building.
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Chice building stono by car load; al"-o
brown stone from 'Warwlclquarrles. Orders
filled on short notice. C. II. Jones, 317 South
FOR SALE Choice lots on Miller nv. and
Bachtel nv. at bargain prices. Bear In mind
that then- lots are on graded streets, just olT
of car line, In good neighborhood, conven
ient to schools and South End industries
and some as low as J200. Money loaned to
build houses. J. I. BACHTEL,
Phone 722. 193 South Howard st.
We have n fffiM home, flrst-class In every
particular to sell at the extreme low Ilgure
of $0,000. You can buy It on terms to suit.
If you have any money and want a bargain,
see this place. Money to loan on terms to
P. P. BOCK & CO..
Tel. a3. iVi S. Howard St
MONEY TO LOAN.
$7,000 to loan 5i.
Real estate security.
H. O. KEEDERLE.
MONEY TO LOAN-From $5.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattle se
curity and alio' the goods to remain in
your possession. Can repay us in monthly
Installments. Room II, Arcade block. Of
fice hours. 8:30 to 11:30 n. m., 1:3) to S p. m.
L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLER.
WANTED Boys at-Akron District Tele
graph Co. 27 tf
. WANTED Dining room girl at Long
Lake Park Hotel. Inquire nt hot-l imme
WANTED Bright, energetic and willing
young lady; no canvuslng; no factory
work; no housework. A good position for
the right party. Ton dollars per week and
expenses to lK.-cin with. Call at No. IS N.
Broadway, between!! a.m. and S p.m. .1. R.
$60 per month, middle-aged man, inside
position of tniht. IMS. Main. GUI
$10 per month, managing hotel, lnr.i-e-keeper.
KniS. Matnst. iSJIf
lino per month, man and wife as manag
ing partner and oilice matron, j curly en
gagement, particulars 15 S. Main st. fi.lt f
$10 per week guaranteed at start", quick ad
vancement after trial term if merited, par
ticulars 130 S. Main st.".oung men wanted,
omce positions, uki
YOUNG mnn for our Musslllon ofllee,
prominent place, worth after trial $15 per
n eek, call 15il S. Main st. rtltf
MAN and wife for Youngstown branch
office, a well established cash business, $S0
per month assured, yearly engagement, two
days only, particulars 1 " S. Mnin st. ftltf
TELEPHONE 875 when you -want help,
no cost, no trouble, 23 years established, of
fices from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Akron
' office JiS. Mnin st. (Vitf
The Aetna Life Insurance company com
menced business in IS50, has assets over
$50,000,000.00, surplus over $7,000,000.00
writes the best in life, endowment, accident
and health insurance at "anti-trust" rates.
Get oar figures and guarantees not estimates.
Harter Block. FRAHK 0. ITEWC0MB,
Telephone 683. District Agent.
FOR RENT The office building now oc
cupied by the postofllce. For particulars
apply at the office of the American Cereal
Company, Mill and Howard sts. 6S-07
FOR RENT Nine-room house, 142 Balch
st.. modern improvements, abundant fruit,
beautiful location, opposite Hall's Park.
Possession given Sept. 1. J. M. Frederick.
LOST A l)ok called "Svensk-Amcriknu-ska
Uppslagsbok" at corner of East Market
and Kent sts or Market car. Finder return
to Democrat office for reward. G5-C7
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE A good building lot on Brown
av. Will be sold cheap If bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 138
COMPARE OUR 15 PAYMENT LIFE
POLICY with 20 payment life of other
leading: companies and save 20 to 30 per
cent, of their cost. The Aetna Life
Insurance Co. FRANK O. NEWC0MB,
Harter Block. Tel. 683.
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW.
STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 163 South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
FOR REPAIRING See Georgo Hanellne.
Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 1S3
South Main St., under red watch sign. 222tf
MAKE MONEY WITHOUT RISK A
small investment In the wheat market by
our Dollar and Sense system will Insure n
hnndsome monthly income. We Iiuvo never
made a loss. Money may be withdrawn on
demand. Gilt edge references. Write at.
once for particulars. Combination Inet
ment Co., Rlnlto bldg., Chicago. fi2
W. F. COLEMAN
Justice of the Peace and Notary,
203 Wooster avenno.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Homes on monthly payments, straight 7
percent Interest. I have homos ranging
from $550 to $6,000. Can beat all competitors.
MASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real estate security.
Low rate cf Interest. Terms most
149 S. Howsrd st, Phones 582 and 593
240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE
OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET
RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY
TERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE
50X137. CALL ON OR ADDRESS
M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR.
WASTED TO LOAN
$1,000 lo ?3,000at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
fjilt edge. Inquire at once.
C s i fc-csS!i.l BROS.
Stoarn Eq ci r c! r-y
Not machinery, new location.
We guarantee our work. High
c jjius or uomesne nnipti.
y Fhoro I43S
5 Nos. 132-1H7 North Howard Pt. ?
A pure whiskey ajrrees with any
food, in fact aids digestion. It tones
the Momnch, increases the flow of
gastric juices and so promotes
strength and flesh. A pure whiskev
like HARPER Whiskev. SOLD BY
144 S. Howard st., Akron, O.
J. E. PETERSON
, lie, $w Pipe.
128 North Main st.
If you want a flrst-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
Xo. 1350 South Main st. Nothing hut
first-class horses kept in stock.
N.-It. STEES'ER, Prop., Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
For Drugs, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Cigars come to the
IMgat Drug: Store
At Ho. II2J S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly- attended to. -ISO
MILL STKEFT. AKR0N,O.
CUTTING SCHOOL REOPENED
Mrs. B. C. Gingell has reopened
her Cutting and Dressmaking School
and will teach one of the latest
systems. She is located at 408
Everett hlock, where she will be
ulcased to see all former patrons.
The Women Council Adjourned.
Lo.VDO.v, July G. The sessions of the
International Council of 'Women ter
minated at the Countess of Aberdeen's
residence at Watford, where there was
a very larfjc gatheriup of delegates.
The countess entertained the delegates
I'loods In Kausai.
IoLi, Kan., July (J. Small rivers iu
this section are oat of their hanks and
three bridges havo been carried away in
Allen county. Considerable wheat loft
iu the fields was carried away and the
loss iu hogs aud cattle will amount to
thousands of dollars.
Of the Sale of School Bonds
Notice Is hereby til en that under and by
nutliority of a resolution of the Hoard of
Education of the school district of the city
of Akron, Ohio, pa&sed June 20th, 1S09, bonds
of the Board of Education of the school
district of Akron will be Issued and sold un
der the direction of the Finance committee
of said Board of Education to the amount
or ten thousand dollars for the purpose of
refunding outstanding aud unpaid bonds to
tht amount or ten thousand dollars, to-wit:
School construction bonds numbered eleven
to twenty inclusive, tinted July 29, 1S!, pay
able fourteen yea rsafter date at the First Na
tional bank. New York, bearing interest at
five per cent per annum payable semi-annually.
All of said bonds w HI be dated Jul v 20, 1-W.
and will bear interest at the rate of foul- per
cent per annum, from their date, payable
Twenty (20) of said bonds will be forJJOO
each, due In six () years from their date.
Said bonds will be payable, both principal
and Interest, nt the First Nntlonnl Bankin
the city and state of New York. .
Said bonds will hnve interest coupons at
tached. Said bonds will be sold underthedlrectiou
of said Finance committee on Saturdav,
July 13, 189!, at the hour of HI o'clock a.m. lit
the olllce of said Board at the High school
building in said city, to the highest and
be-t bidder therefore, at auction, but in no
case shall said bonds be sold for les-, than
their par value.
Cash orccrtlfled check In the sum of Ave
hundred dollnrs ($C00) is required from each
bidder as a guarantee of good faith that the
bonds will be taken up and paid for if
awarded to such bidder.
Said bonds will bo delivered to the pur
chaser thereof, at the oilice of the Central
Savings Bunk company, Akron, Ohio, on
the29th day ot July, ls.t.
The Board reserves the right to accept any
or reject all bids.
By order of the Board.
F. W. SHIltEH, Clerk.
June 28 July 5 12
In pursuance of an order of tie Probate
court of Summit county, Ohio, 1 will offer
for sale at public auction on Saturday, Jul v
22, 1SU9, nt 1 o'clock p.111. on the premises, tlie
fol lowin g descri liecl real estate :
Situated iu the township of Portage,
county of Summit, and State of Ohio, and
known as lot No. 27 of an allotment and sub
division of lands made for Wesley J. Wise
and w illlain Kauliman as recorded In plat
book 5, page 41.
Said property Is njiprnlvd at 50.n), and is
located on Second street near Tallmadge
avenue. North Hill.
Terms: One-third cash; one-third In sK
months; and one-third in twele months,
secured by mortgage on the premises sold.
Administrator of the Estate of
. , . . J. Madison Marsh, deceased.
bhilmugh & Seibcrllng. Attornevs.
Cbfelitfner'ft Akflieh Ciamsdu Rrwefl,
Cate, tlwsj rrlUUe. ladics ail j
JJntfft Tc Chlchtttr hnijUth Via 5X
mon.lJfnn-lla lieJmnd OoU uti'llcrS'
!no other. JMutedannrroutMubttitu.
' tinni a -ft imitaUont. At Praggult, or renA 4c.
In lUmpi f-r particular!, frUnwm'ili b4
"IMHT fr I.rtlciitwilrffer.fej rvlnrB
' aU troJ InutdiU. LUILA.UXn lAr
4m S fcJ
The Boy Phenomenon Compelled to
Prolong: His Visit Another
Personal Entreaties and Many Let
ters From the Sick and Suffer
ing: Which He Could Not
Daily Performing: Remarkable Cures
Which For Years Had Defied
AH Other Methods.
The Boy Phenomenon has finally
consented to remain two weeks long
er. So many urgent requests, per
sonal entreaties and letters from the
sick and suffering- have been re
ceived, begging him to stay another
week that he could not refuse them,
and lie will now be at the J.uchtel
hotel, dispensing that all-healing
wonderful magnetic power that has
been so liberally bestowed upon him
by an all wise creator.
The name of the Boy Phenomenon
is a synonym for all that is great,
good and godlike iu the healing art,
and each succeeding day of his so
journ in Akron, but adds new and
convincing evidence of his unap
proachable and uudisputable power
over disease in all its types and
stages. His work in this city has
proved a revelation to the ethical
caste of medical science, and its
adherers stand amazed aud dumb
founded in the presence of his splen
did and Christlike accomplishments.
He needs no commendation from
press or rostum. Upon the merits of
his ability to conquer disease in a
degree that no other agency ever
approached since the apostolic age,
he came amongst the people of Ak
ron, and the verdict as to whether or
not he has fulfilled his promises to
the suffering public in this city tmd
community is in their hands.
From every section of this city and
surrounding country comes unques
tionable testimony from those lie has
cured that he has fulfilled every
promise to the letter.
Mathew Slattery, of 1G3 North
Broadway, says he was a great suf
ferer three years from lumbago aud
rheumatism, but since the Boy
Wonder placed his hand on him lie
has not had a sign. of pain and is
again a well and happy man.
Tnere was JUrs. Kobt. Swan, of
Main st., who had not walked in two
years, from a ciironic spinal and
ovarian trouble, bne was carried to
the office of this young miracle
worker by attendants, and after re
ceiving two treatments is now able
to walk to and from her home.
While he will remaiu at the Buch
tel Hotel two weeks longer, no. new
cases will be taken after Saturday
night, July 8.
DEATHS ANDNEW" OASES.
Xelluvr IVTer ICHfiltig- Among the Jsol-
iller About- iMtml.igo Keport
11 om Chief Surgeon.
Saxtiaoo nc Cuba, July 0. Ten new
cases of yellow fever and soven deaths
were officially reported. All the victims
of the disease were soldiers except one,
an American blacksmith.
A new fever hospiral were established
near Boniato camp, north of El Caney.
Washington-, July G. Surgeon Gen
eral Sternberg received the following
cable from Major O'Reilly, chief sur
geon at Havana, giving the yellow fever
"Havard (eliief surgeon at Santiago)
telegraphed today (Wednesday), total
cases about 100, with 21 deaths. Sur
geon Clcudennin died yesterday; other
medical officer sick and three nurses.
Of our two camps, one is safe aud the
other, located in the foothills livo miles
away, aud will probably be moved in a
few days. One case reported from Mau
zanillo." FATAL FLOODS IN TEXAS.
I.ies Lost and About oOO Blorr
Iu fcrll Keller H.idlj
Needed. Daijas, July C Depnty .Sheriff
Swearingen of Austin county made a
statement over the long distance tele
phone at Sealy, saying in part:
"Relief has not reached the flood vic
tims in this section. Thirteen dead
bodies nave been recovered near the
town of Brookshire, 13 miles from here.
Forty-live persons above Sealy are re
ported missing and given up for dead.
Seven were drowned today (Wednes
day) in a boat seven miles below Sealy.
Fokt Woktii, Tex., July G. Another
telephone message from Deputy Sheriff
Swearingen of Calvert said that fully
200 lives had been lost by the flood
within a radius of 30 miles of Sealy.
Nearly 100 were drowned iu the vicinity
of "Tho Mound," a small piece of high
laud near Old SahPhilipi, to which hun
dreds of negroes fled from the Brazos
bottoms, taking their horses aud cattle.
The waters had gradually encroached
upon them until only about half an acre
of space remained, and this the water
probably would sweep. Theso 300 ne
groes wore huddled with death stariug
them in tho face. Drowning was al
most sure, while starvation is certain.
The nearest point of land was three
Funeral of Genoral Waiglit.
Washington, July G. General llora
lio G. Wright, one of the distinguished
heroes of the war of the rebellion, who
died in this city last Sunday, was buried
iu Arlington cemetery with full military
honors. The president and Adjutant
General Corbiu drove over to Arlington
and were present at the ceremony. Sec
retary Alger also was present. All the
available 1 roops iu this vicinity partici
pated in the obsequies. Religious ser
vices were hold at the late residence of
tho deceased soldier uuder the direction
of Rev. Dr. Elliott of the Clmrch of
There Is mom Ciilnrrli ' this suction of
tin1 country thnn nil othur diseases put lo
cether, nnu until tho Inst few years was tup
posed to be. incurable. For u grout many
years doctors pronounced It n local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly falling to euro with local treatment,
pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proen catarrh to be a constitutional! ills
ense.and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Cntarrh Cure, manufac
tured by I. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is
the oulv constitutional euro on the market.
His tnkon Internally in doses from loilions
lo a teaspoonful. it acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the hjifm.
They offer one hundred dollars for any ease
It falls to cure. Bend for circulars and tes
!'. J. CIIKNi;y A CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by drURRlsts, 75c.
Hall's Family rills nrc the beat.
Chased Lide Byerly Out
of His House.
Remarkable Antics of a Bolt at a
Lake Tpwnship Home.
JiAKK, 0., July ()'. During ono of
our late thunder showers a bolt of
lightning.struek the resideiiccof hide
Bycrlyand played havoc, hut did no
injury to limb or .life. The bolt first
-struck the top of a pine tree near the
front of the residence, then entered
the door and made for Mother Ditch,
who is nearly !X) years of age. It gave
her a slight shock. It then com
menced knocking around chairs,
stands and other furniture, taking off
the back of the oran and scattering
tide's gold and silver coin all over
the house, hide had accreted his
loo.se change theiv and the lightning
was evidently bent on playing
"Money Musk" when it ran into his
pile. After doing considerable dam
age in the front room it visited Mr.
Byerly, who was washing clothes in
the kitchen, tearing off a clothes
wringer from the very tub in
which she was washing, giv
ing her quite a shock from
which she did not recover that day.
The bolt not finding Lide around the
house went down the west cellar way
and therefound him, but a large box
stove attracted its attention for a
time, giving hide a chance to run
out the back door, which is on a
level with Hie ground at the back
part of his house, hide sticks to it
thai it followed him out and hearing
that a nietnlic roof was proof against
lightning he put a tin wash basin on
his head aud sat out iu the rain un
til the storm had parsed. Many peo
ple have since visited the scene and
pronounced it one of the strangest
freaks of lightning on record. Elec
trieiry seems to have filled the dwell
ing knocked offdooiicasings, window
strips, mop boards and other minor
attachments without doing any ex
treme harm anywhere. Talcing every-
thing into consideration its occu
pants had a wonderful escape.
What would you do if taken with a
severe attack of colic or cholera mor
bus and your jihysician could not be
readily summoned? Provide your
self with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy aud you will thou bo prepared
for such an emergency. It always
gives prompt relief. For stile by all
$45.10 Denver, Col., and Itcturn,
Juno 25 io July 11, inclusive. Tick
ets good returning until Oct. 31st.
For tickets and further information
see V. D. Honodle, ticket agent,
Union depot, Akron, O.
Best dancing floor in the
vicinity at the Gorge.
Dancing every week day and
MARRY HAWN, Manager.
AfEEK: JUIL. 3rc3
MADGE DUFFEA . . . ,
BROS HERNE ....
MADDOX & WAYNE
Summit Lake Park Theater
The new people for week commencing July 3
ARE HEADED BY
FORD & Da VEKN, Blackface Delineators." Miss Da Vein being undoubt
edly the strongest wench impersonator on the singe today.
WAYNE & LAMAR, the tramp and the houbrelte, in their original comedv
idea "Watch the finish." v
HANSON & CARRUTHERS, tho rough riders" in the funniest boxing act be
fore the public.
ALLIE SUMMERVILLE, soubrette, and others.
This show will run entire weok with
Matinees Tuesday the 4th and Saturday.
jpg-Take Eapid Transit cars for park.
Sunday, July 9, 1 899
Via 0., A. & G. 11. 11.
Train leaves Akron Union depot 8 :-J0 a.m., lie
turning leaves Columbus 7 p.m and 12:35 midnight. Chair
car seats 25c each way.
For a. SU2VOOSK
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No olhrr Une offers a l'anorama of 160 miles of equal Tarlrly and Interest.
Fonr Trtpi per TTk Hlwf it
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
rrj Hay anil
ILT0SSE1, "TIIF. FW,- niKOUETTK
I01T IMTF-S lo rUnrt.qno Hi'llnor ,
KtlurnttnrlilrtlnglBrftliaiiil llrrlbs. Jtpproil.
nalft (VI from Ucrliint, $I0.&0 from
Talelo, $1C14 Inn Utlrvll, f 1S.13.
?. eS" oS:. Dcifoil onfl Gleieiana Haviaaiion mm
ur see U. V. Honodle, '.I'kt. Agl., Uuloudeiiot.
the Office of
Than During the Pre
ceeding Twelve Months.
Interesting Statistics Furnished
Gradual Falling Off In the
County Recorder Ailing lias com
pleted his report for the last fiscal
One hundred and twenty les deeds
were filed during 1899 than the year
previous, but the money consider
ation was $1,046,095.SS in excess of
that of 1893.
A comparative statement of the
two years follows:
Mortgages 1 , 193,479.48
The complete repoit for
is as follows:
hands, 304 acres, 12,819.
price per acre $42.44 . . $
Town acres 78, acres G5.25
hots i,i4d, price per acre
$1 ,27."..36 2,188,020.39
Total deeds 1,525: acres
One dollar consideration.
Totals Deeds, 1,741.
Agricultural lands ... 4
Town acres 3
Agricultural lands.. .270
Town A cres 49
Agricultural lands.. .277 :i37,.i30.08
Town acres.. . 74 250,359.38
hots 1397 2,105,067.f2
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" price 25c. For sale by all
Harpist and Vocalist
Europe's Novelty Producers
CRUISB InJco tho
The Greatest Pcrl-xlloi!
jet attained In Bos! Ob
struction: Luxurious . .
Equipment, Artistic Fur
nishing, Decoration i.'J
Hay and Mchl Rrrdrt HrltrrAi
DETROIT AND GLEVC1.F.S
SI. 50 F"' WrrrOr.
rrrlh, ;-r jjl. Hairrunm. 51.75,
fomict turns art nia-l'at t! fhmJ it
1 jirlicet Trains tor n!! thjU I Ul. i" i.h
anil Nul!iwM,nnilM PetMi.tfur Mil"
liuith noil KnrllmM-t
r'QOdaj'Trlp tlnn. JnW, AkiiinL
8f ftfmttrr.intl tW!Vt 'jtz
Car Employes Mollified
L'OML'AXV KE1T THE AGREEMENT.
Tlic Mcii'i. Coiuiiiittre Convinced That
the Company Was I'ulfillins Its l'ledges
a Kapldl.r as l'ohlljIe Strike Is Not
liUe!r to He Jtenewed.
Cleveland, July 6. Through the
mediation of the special committee that
settled the recent street railway strike
a conference was held by officers of the
Big Consolidated company and a com
mittee of their employes. The latter
were of the opinion that the company
was not living up to the agreement
which ended the strike and had made
complaint to the special committee.
Tiie matter was talked over behind
clo-ed doors and tho employes were
given such explanations as convinced
them that tho company was fulfilling
tho agreement as rapidly as possible.
There is little possibility of a renewal
of the strike which has been threatened
by certain radical members of the union.
Clour Laf Foreclosure Affirmed.
Olncixxati, July G. The United
States circuit court of appeals affirmed
the decreo of foreclosure entered by
Judge Taft at the circuit court in the
Clover Leaf railroad mortgage foreclos
ure suit, and held that the mortgage
bonds of the Clover Leaf company, of
the p:ir valuj of $0,000,000, were valid
aud that the Continental Trust com
pany, the trustee under the mortgage,
was entitled to foreclose the same.
AMEER HAD CLOSE CALLS.
Aljiliitii lluler I'lred at Point Illank,
Then loi.on Tried.
Lomo.v, July 6. The St. Petersburg
correspondent of The Globe said that
advices had been received there from
Cibnl, capital of Afghanistan, that an
Gfgliau loeeutly discharged a riile point
blank at the ameer, but missed him,
tho bullet lauding iu the shoulder of a
general standing nearby.
The advices also say that the amcer'b
brother, Ishak Khan, attempted to bribe
a cook to pjison the ameer and that
when the plot was discovered Ishak fled
into Russian Asia and the cook was
Headless ISody Mytery Unsolved.
Vilkirari;c, Pa., JulyO. The coro
ner's jury investigating the case of the
ma:i whose body minus the head -was
found iu a bag in the Susquehanna
river returned a verdict that the de
ceased came to his deatli from causes
uukuown und that the body had been
placed by borne persons unknown to the
jury where it was found. Dr. Edwards
testified that both thigh bones were
severed with a saw to enable the
doubling of tiio logs over the body.
There were other incisions, some of
them .similar to those mado bjj surgeons.
County Detective Johnson said he had
not the slightest clow as to who the
de.ul man was or whether he died from
disease or was murdered.
A 1'oiirtli i'lennry Council.
Makmiai.l, Mich., July G. Rev. Fr.
P. A. Baart, the well-known canonist,
in the presence of several prominent
clergymen, gathered from various states
for an anniversary celebration, asserted
that a fourth plenary council of the
Catholic bishops of the United States
will be held iu this country in about two
old Curried to Dawson.
Seattle, Wash., July 6. Gold dust
was pouring into Dawson when the
Humboldt's passengers left.' They al
lege that on the morning of Juno 20
u pack train of 20 horses, each animal
carrying 2U0 pounds of gold dust, ar
rived from Eldorado creek. There were
two tons of it, worth fully 11,000,000.
GALLED ON M'KINLET.
roniiKylianlans Try to Secure Mustering
Out or Tenth al l'lttsliurg and Pro
motion For llaivklns.
"Washington-, Jr.lv S. The commit-
teo representing Pittsburg and Western
Pennsylvania for the reception of tne
Tenth Pennsylvania volunteers Hilled
upon President McKiuley aud Secretary
of War Alger today and presented tho
demands respecting the homecoming of
A meeting was held this morning at
the Arlington hotel, aud from there the
committee went to the White Honse.
Assistant i'ostmasler General Shullon
berger introduced tho members to tho
president. Mayor W. J Diehl pre
sented the resolutions.
Tho committee also recommended
resolutions urging tho promotion of
Pittsburg, July G. The party which
left for Washington last night to secure
the mustering out of the Tenth Penn
sylvania in Pittsburg consisted of Mayor
W. J. Diehl, Representative George F.
Huff of Greeusburg. Colonel Samuel
Moody, Max G. Leslie of Pittsburg, W.
B. Cuthbarson of New Brighton, Geo.
T. Walker of Washington, J. M. Reed
of Connellsvillo. Dr. F. L. Marsh, proxy
for J. D. Hitchman of Mt. Pleasant;
Lieutenant E. B. McCormickof Greens
burg.Colonel J. B. R. Strcator of Wash
ton, Joseph A. Herrou of Mbnougahela
City, Dr. D. M. Anderson of Washing
ton, R. B Scandrett, Simon C. Thomas,
John Cotterel aud Edward O. Christy.
It was expected Attorney General Elkiu
would meet tho party in Washington.
Tho Pennsylvania soldiers will bo
brought to Pittsburg from San Fran
cisco in either Pullman or tourist caw.
No matter whero tho soldiers are mus
tered out, tlxis delightful traveling facil
ity will be provided. Tho executive
commit teo so agreed. ,
PEACE LIKELY TO PSEVAIL.
A Salutton or tlie Tr:iti.aul Trouble
I.lkely to llo ItHlllIed.
Pketohia, July . Tho special con
ference betwoeu President Kruger, the
members of the cabinet, Fischer, a
member of the exocutivo council of the
Orange Freo State, who was tho bearer
of compromise suggestions from tho
Free State iu tho matter of the dispute
between the Transvaal and Great
Britain, aud Hofmeyer, tho Afrikander
leader, has been practically concluded.
It was boliovcd that the franchise pro
posals had been accoptcd and might bo
laid before tho volksraad today and that
peace would bo preserved.
Lansing, Mich., JulyG. Tho Michi
gan supremo court doclared unconstitu
tional tho McLcod law, which author
ized tho appointment of tho Dotroit
btrcct railway commission, whoso ob
joct was tho purchase and municipal
ownership and operation of street rail
ways of Detroit.
Ml Orders by the Barrel or
Bottles promptly attended to
1'avors Institute at J'ekin.
London", July 0. At a meeting of the
committee oi the international institute
for China, Rev. Gilbert Reid, the Amer
ican clergyman, read a letter from the
Marquis of Salisbury expressing the
government's sympathy with the
schemes to open such an institute at
Pekin, and the committee decided to
appeal for voluntary contributions to
further the object iu view.
There's a Heap of Solace In
Being: Able to Depend Up
on a Well-Earned
It's been in Akron for months.
Any reader of this paper may have
seen it. It's what everybody de
mands 'nowadays, but it's what thev
don't obtain. There's only one med
ium supplies it, only one can supply
it and probably only one will ever
accomplish it. "What is it?
Let Mrs. George Dunn of 131 Car
roll st., supply the information".
"What I told the people of Akron
through ournowspapers in thespriug.
of 1898 about Doan's Kidney Pills
was absolutely true. It is now the
month of December, 1898, aud during
the two years and a half which have
elapsed I have on the slightest sym
tom of a recurrence appealed to
Doan's Kidney 1'ills by taking a
dose or two and that appeal has
never been in vain. I can still as
conscientiously recommend them to
sufferers from kidney complaint as I
did when T first procured them at
Lamparter & Go's drug store, took a
course of treatment and they cured
that particular attack."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
aealers. Price oO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milbuin Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sole agents for the U. S. Remember
the name, Doan's, and take no sub
stitute. To Try to Sliniuilze FriUIou.
St. Johns, N. F., July 6. The con
ference between Commodore George A.
Giffard, in command of the British
Newfoundland station, and Courmodoro
Henrique, commanding tho French flag
ship Isly, resulted in an agreement to
attempt to minimize the friction along
the treaty coas.t as much as possible,
lilnl Cyclone In Nebraska.
Ainswotvth, Nob.. July Ct. A destruc
tive cyclone parsed Ainsworth about
two miles to the uorth, killing one
woman and tearing honsos, barns,
fences and bridges into kindling wood.
5. a sriSa
I served from '61 to 'CI, and was wounded on
Mav 10, lSfil, in the ISattlcof tho Wilderness.
I ivoulil like to have my old comrades know
what lVIry King has done for me. In ISM
my old complaint, chronic dlarrhcea, came
:!!!:. The doctors could not stop It.lmtCel
i rv Kir.tclrwouredmcnnd I am once more
n'lnvlns life. Frank lk-chler, Oirow. Mich.
(Cb.'F, 15tli N. Y. V. I.).
Cel"rvKin;rfor the Nerves, Stomach, Liver
us! I liiey3is..v.)UlIuTOcand25c. packages
y ti'1'i'Slsts and dealers. 5
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
and have cured thousands of
cases of Nervous Diseases, such
as Debility, Dizziness. SIeeples
ness and Varicocele, Atrophy.&.c
Theyclearlhe brain. strengthen
the circulation, make digestion
perfect, and impart a healthy
vlior to the whole belnz. All
(C3? drains and losses are checked
frftnir Afraid t'rtxattntlr. Unless patients
OIIUIIgHgallli -re properly cured, their condi
tion often worries them Into Insanity. Consump
tior or Death. Mailed sealed. Price St per boi:
6 boxes, v'th ironchd legal guarantee to cure cr
refund the money. S--co. Send for free book.
Address. PEAL MEClCiNE CO., Cleveland. 0.
. Warner, druggist, OS K. Marker.
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.! wxrcsui-Ttal icrfiy.wljC boxes at
t- wnfotii Ujo arancet ic,itrrjY or money
ntdj Can t-o rnir'cJ m Test pocXcu ScH
vrril.rrro mr.iir.1 tn iU! niappr vu receipt ol
BUf by TMS rKSlMlD W.. C2l ktW., tUct. '
For s:ilo In Akron by K. Stt'Iuliachcr
& Go., K. MurUut hI., aiul LiuniKirtcr
& Co., 1S3 Howard Bt.
& 2 123
Wr? ""-TTi iii im
- V- -" iuiixti&vt -or
Tel. No. 80
$3.65 Columbus and Reiurn.
Via C, A. C. Ry, all trains July
Gtli and 7th. Good returning until
Sid M"orey's orchestra plays for
Dancing afternoon and evening at
tho Gorge. tf
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
t rially; nil others dally except Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CIiKVEIVND, AKKON COIiTJSIBOS,
Union Depot, Market St.
From Mlllersburg only.
Columbus fast moll
Col.-Cln. fast mall
To Mlllersburg only...
No. SS-rt Col.-Cln. express (tf)
ERIE RAILROAD CO.
Time Card: Dee. 11, 1393.
No 5 Limited truitttmla
. 8:S3 pm
. 7:06 am
. 9:&3 am '
. 6:52 pm
. 6:40 am
J. o 15t To Akron only
No 13 Huntington special (tt) '
No Sf Pacific express ..
No 87 Accommodatlon..
No Pt Limited TBstlliiito
No 12f Express.
No -It New York special 1
. 8:51 am
u jot unauiauqua express 4:25 nm
Z accommodation 4:00 pm
(tt) Except Monday and days after holidays.
C., T. &V. R. R.
How. St. Union East
Depot. Depot. Akron.
No 45t 6:13 am 0:23 am 6:08 nm
No 4t Mum 8:05am :10um
No 6 1 :10 pm 1:00 pm 12:41pm
No lot . 5:l3.pm 4:55 pm 4aspm
No 8 8:25 pm 8:15 pm 8:17pm
8:12 am 9:05 am 9:19 am
12:01 pm 12:13 pm 12:27pm
4:20 pm 4:53 pm 5:07 pai
10:51 pm 11:15 pm 11:28pm
7:S5 pm 7:50 pm 8:00 pro
No 7t .
No 47t ..
WHEELING A LAKE ERIE RT.
Myron T. Herrlck, Robert Bllckensderfer,
receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1SG8.
Nol NoSt No3
Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15
Spencer . 10:15
.Lv 5:30 am
Masslllon , ,,,
Orrvllle . .
Toledo (Union depot)Ar 1:23 pm
ii. ju. .dooih.
General Traffic Manager,
J. F. Townsond,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19, 1898.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. 1 . 7:60 am
No. 11 i 60 pm
Arrive No. 3 4:20 pm
" No. 12. 10:33 am
riTTSBURG & WESTERN R. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the Eoot.
No. 6t Vestibule limited . 1:55 am
No. 46t Pittsburg express 6:10 am
No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 pui
No. 10 Washington Express from C.
T.&V.R. R. Howard st. station 4:20 pm
Arrive from the East.
No. S Western mall 11:53 am
No. 47t Chicago nrpraaw 7:25 pic
No. 5t Vestibule limited 11:09 pm
No.9CIeve. Express, ar. C. T.& V.
R. Howard st. station - 9:S0 am
BALTIMORE fc OHIO.
No. 6t Vestibule limited 11:15 am
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast moll 10:10 am
No. 47 Chlcato express 7:50 pn
Arrive from the west.
No. 6-Vestibule limited 1:50 am
No. 4t Pittsburg express 65 am
No. 8 Chloago-Akron fatt mall 8:10 pm
AKRON, BEDFORD A CLEVELAND R.R.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. MayS7,lSS9.
Cars leave Akron 5:30 ajn., every half
hour; :S0aan. until 7 pan. and at 8, 9 and
Leave Cleveland 5 a.m-, every half hour;
Ba.ni. until S p.m and at 9, 10 and 11:10 pan.
Ik PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM, f
CHAN, PURE. TASTElESSAfDOCOElESS. S
6 , "U
CH Tut up m Om round Cakes. vB
A for many purposes, s. inv of which
arc: Preservins Jciiies, Pickles,
and Fruits, Sealing '
XUIIMIIH X.UI5i, LrtlUll-
dry Purposes, Coaling all sortsof SJ
f)J Packages to make tliem Air Tight, i
M iirevcuting Uvajwralion, Leakage, $i
Alteoqition, Xe. $
$ FULL D1REGTI0HS WITH EACH CM.
$ PURE REFINED PAKMI8E WAX. S