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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Cdw. S. Harier Fred W. Gayer
Editors and Managers.
Ed H. Di La Oocbt, Hgr. Adyertlilni; Dept
IUK AKKON DEMOOKA.T COMPANY
Democrat Block, Nos. 183 and 157 Main' at.
IX)XO DISTANCE FllONK 190.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
President James V. W'ejjii
Vice-President A. T. Paire
Secretary Feed V Oavkj:
Treasurer WlK.ua T. Sawyer
Edw. 8. Hakter Jo. MoNamaka
Ed. U. D La Court.
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Official Paper of the City of
TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
TUESDAY, JULY 18
1 4c imf3bKZ-&
Juno k Anderson seems to be so
puffed up in pride at his success in
telling Akron people, by proxy,what
they may do. that he now wants to
govern what they say. But he got
hold of the wrong subject when he
began his censorship experiment
with Senator Alexander.
The censorship established by
Gen. Otis in the Philippines was
pretty strict, hut it shrinks into in
significance when compared to.Tudge
Anderson's Summit county bureau
for the suppression of information.
Otis merely suppressed frank state
ments of fact that might "set the
American neonle by the ears," but
Anderson is not satisfied with any
thing short of absolute prohibition of
individual opinion. Otis has fallen,
and Anderson well, his turn comes
NONE SO POPULAR.
It Is Daily Gaining Favor in
Results Reported From People Who Have
Given a Fair Trial to the Remedy.
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, the scien
tific kidney rpmedy and backache
cure, is daily gainingfavor in Akron.
No medicine has ever been ."-old in
this city for kidney ailments, back
ache, nervousness, sleeplessne.-s and
general debility that lias pained such
popular favor as Morrow's Kid-ne-oids.
Mr. J. F. Bruot, 14!) North Summit
St., Akron, O., says: "I have been
afflicted with kidney and liver trouble
for a number of years, also backache,
biliousness, had malaria in my sys
tem and was subject to spells of diz
ziness, and was greatly troubled with
constipation. I endeavored to get
relief by using kidney pills and cures,
but my endeavors were all in vain,
until 1 commenced to take Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids and Morrow's Liver lax,
and I felt better from the start. lam
entirely relieved of backache, dizzy
spells and biliousness. Malaria is
leaving and I am greatly relieved of
constipation. Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
and Morrow's Liver lax cannot be
recommended too highly."
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yellow tablets and sell at fifty
cents a box.
Morrow's Liverlax are small lvd
granules and sell at tweiily-fivecents
Both can be procured at all drug
storesand at John Lamparter & Co.'s
Mailed on receipt of price. Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co.,
chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Booked For Silver Lake During the
BThe schedule of picnics for this
week at Silver lake follow: Tue.-day
Kpworth league of Ellwood City.I'a.,
1. 000 expected: First M. E. church of
Canton: Wednesday, Children's
Home of Akron. Methodist churches
of Kent and Cuyahoga Falls, Hough
av. Congregational Sundayschool of
Cleveland; Thursday, merchants of
Rochester and Freedom, Pa.: Fri
day, three Tabernacle Sundayschools
of Youngstown, Second Baptist and
Zion A. M. E. churches, of Akron;
Saturday, Canton Steel Co. and D.O.
Summers' carpet factory of Cleveland.
Mk. Aako.v Tkkpi.e's communica
tion scoring Senator Alexander in
last night's Beacon, is like a voice
crying out from the dead past. Mr.
Teeple has been in comparative po
litical oblivion for so many years
that his reappearance at this time
has rather a strange, if not a sepul
chral, effect. If Mr. Teeple expects to
improve his standing in the Republi
can party by grinding the ax of Mr.
Hanna, turning against his own
friends for Hanna's sake, he should
not forget the unhappy fate of Alexan
der, who was ignominiously turned
down after attracting national atten
tion for his unrelenting persecution
of fellow Republicans who happened
to stand in the way of the great boss.
THE TRUTH IS OUT.
A round robin from newspaper cor
respondents to Gen. Otis was not
necessary to convince the American
people that they we're being persist
ently and shamefully deceived by
Administration officials in reference
to the situation in the Philippines.
In their round robin the correspon
dents say that owing to the censor
ship established by Otis, "the people
of the United States have not re
ceived a correct impression of the
situation in the Philippines, but that
dispatches .made public in Washing
ton have been of an ultra-optimistic
view that is not shared by the gen
eral officers in the field." They claim
that the dispatches err in the decla
ration that the "situation is well in
hand," that "the backbone of the re
bellion is broken," and in the as
sumption that "the insurrection can
be speedily ended without a greatly
Furthermore it is claimed by the
correspondents that the dispatches
"incorrectly represent the existing
conditions among the Filipinos in re
spect to the brigand character of
their army and the dissension and
demoralization resulting from the
American campaign. We think the
tenacity and purpose of the Filipinos
has been underestimated, and that
the statements are unfounded that
volunteers are willing to engage in
Gen. Otis' excuse for suppressing
the truth has been that it "would
alarm the people at home," or "have
the people of the United Stales by
the ears." The correspondents spec
ify their complaint of a too rigid
censorship by claiming that hospital
reports have been prohibited; fail
ures in field operations suppressed;
and general reports of the situation
Now that the truth is out, it is evi
dent that tho Administration will
attempt to escape public criticism by
making a scapegoat of Gen. Otis.
The program will be to charge Otis
with establishing the censorship
without the knowledge or consent of
Administration leaders at Washing
ton. It will be made to appear that
Otis has deceived his snperiors at
Washington as badly as be has de
ceived the American people. In
short, the Philippine general must be
Algerized, blamed forall the reverses
and blunders attending a political
and unjust war of conquest, that his
"blameless" superiors may nut suffer
in public opinion! How many will
be deceived by such a program?
Had Imaginary Grievance
If Fels-Naphtha soap is no
better than other soap, we
are fools (as well as liars) to
Teh & Co. maler-. ThHadtlphia.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease in Your Gloves.
A liidy writes: "I .slnike Allun's Koot-Kiisu
Into my gloves nnl rutin littleon iiiylinniV.
It saves my gloves liy iili,orljlii pen-iilru
tlon. It la n most ililiity tollit iio-.viler."
Allen's Hoot-Kits; inukf liht or jhv Miooh
asy. Ahvaymi'-f It to break In new slmc.
It kwps the feet cool unit comfort.-ilili-. V
Invite thenttentlou of physicians mid mirsi-s
to tlioMlisiilnto purity of Allen-!, Koot-Kii'-f.
All dniEHiid shwMnrvsdl H.2V. sniimi
'scutFKEr. Ailrtrctfi All"n. S. iiih-IhI.'i,(.
Koy, N. Y. 1
Demon Hurley Was Waiting For
Chance to do Him Injury.
Otis Hurley, the man who stabbed
Guard Blocker of Summit county, in
the bowels with a wire stabber made
from the handle of his bucket, has
confessed to Warden James that he
committed the act, says the Colum
bus Dispatch. He says that he
placed the stabber in his hands and
struck with considerable force, and
that the reason the guard did not
feel it at first was because the blow
was struck quickly and the instru
ment pulled out as rapidly as pos
sibly. He also said that he bad lied
to the guard to induce him to enter
his cell. Hurley had an imaginary
grievance against the guard, who
had had practically nothing to do
with him, knowing in advance that
he was treacherous in the extreme.
When the warden questioned him
about the stabbing he said that "he
did not propose to permit these
guards to do him up." The warden
says that Hurley has been imnished
a number of times, and that it ap
parently litis no effect on his vicious
nature. ft is for that reason that he
is to bo kept, in the cage especially
prepared for such men.
Warden Coffin says that he does
not believe that Hurley is insane,
but at. the some time he fully real
izes that he is a degenerate of the
lowest and shrewdest type. Gjiard
Blocker is reported as slightly better
today, but. the physician says that it
will be necessary for hint to remain
in the house for a week or ten days
lonaer before he will bo permitted to
xn out. TJp to this time no dancer
on symptoms have made their an
oenrancp. and for that reason it. is
bnlieved that, he will recover. He i
still confined to his room and no one
is permitted to see him.
BARBERTON GROCERS' PIC
NIC The Barberfon grocers will
hold their annual picnic the second
week in August. The date and place
of holding the picnic have not yet
bei)ii definatelv decided.
Was Evidently Enclosed With the Six
The story of the Summit Lake park
saloon ist to whom a man who had
been converted sent six cents to pay
for a glass of beer out of which he
had beateu the saloonist years ago.
That was the pleasing part of the
saloonist's luck, savs the Leader.
The six cents must have been
"hoodooed," for since that time the
Akron people have got after the sa
loonist and closed up his Sunday
theater, and now the Anti-Saloon
League is after him with the avowed
intention of closing his place alto
gether. Jtfore than this, he was bound
over Thursday in $200 bond for Sun
day selling, and there are more cases
against him pending.
notii'Cil you on the street this morning.
You looked very warm and uncomfort
able. Wliv don't you sier one of our
Crash or Linen t-hiirs that we are selling at one-
I LADIES w:
not overlook the greatest Boy's
aist bargain ever offered vou.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, anil until the Inst few vears was sup
posed to lie Incurable. For a great nianv
years doctors pronounced It a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and bv con
stantly failing to cure with local treatment.
iJiuiiuudui il iiiuuruuie. science nas
proven catarrh to be n constitutional dis
euse, and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the market.
It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It nets direct Iv on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the' svstem.
'". oner one nunnrea aonnrs tor anv case
it fails to cure. Send for circulars and tes
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by drupgists.Toc.
Hall's Family rills are the best.
e are sellinc LitiiN 1 1 M K JJU LLA K
BOY'S WAISTS at
The ,G be at
l. r ' ,t i
ON ANOTrJBR STRIKE.
Street Car Men Again Out In
MAGX.VTKS A( CUSKI) OF HAD FAITH.
J. Koch & Co.
Of the Trans-state Elec
tric Railroad. '
condition of an
er depend not
only Her own
life but the life
of her child.
rill overcome all ills peculiar to the
period preceding childbirth, and will pre
pare the delicate organism directly in
volved for the final ordeal. Mother's
Friend is not an internal cure-all, but a
scientific liuinient approved by medical
authority and established by years of
Sold by druggists for $t. Valuable
book, "Before Babv is Born," sent free
IHE 3RADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Cars Will Run "From Cleveland to
Wheeling Through Akron.
Tin- first, link on the trans-slate
electric line which will uvmitually
join Cleveland and wheeling has
been begun at Canal Dover. It is to
bo connected straightway with Mas-
sillon which will close up a good
portion of the gap of untracked ter
ritory. .1. A. Wagner, a capitalist and land
owner of that place.has been engaged
in securing right of way to Stras
burg, seven miles north, and has
been successful. He is authority for
the statement that Cleveland capital
is largely back of the venture and
that with the financial backing the
company has nothing can defeat the
ultimate consummation of the pro
ject. The next move will be to close
up the gap between Massillon and
Akron, which will make a continu
ous trolley line between Canal Dover
There is already a line from ITrichs
ville, i:t miles south, and from that
point on southward to Cadi, a line
has already been projected and the
survey made. From Cadiz the lines
of another company will be used into
Wheeling, which will complete the
o attempt will be made to attain
any great speed across the state, and
the promoters do not hope to com
pete with railways in this respect,
but transient travel and tho patron
age such a line would get from the
many small country towns through
which it passes will, it is believed,
yield handsome profits.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" pricn inc. For sale by all
From Uncle Mark to Vote
For Otis Bill.
"Made Alexander and Garfield Dance
To His Music."
An Ohio Republican, whose name,
Invitations Issued to Friends
Messrs. Stewart and Barnes.
Geo. L. Stewart and Alfred G.
Barnes have issued "bids" for a
"time" next Saturday night at Ttir
The invitations read: "Stewart
and Barnes' annual outingand blow
out. You are just lucky enough to
be asked to join the gang, leaving
Steinbacher's drug store Saturday
evening. July 2i), 11 :59o'clock,sharp.
Herculean ett'orts'will me made to
have the tally-ho reach Turkeyfoo t
lake club hotis in time for a little
About 25 will constitute the party.
When a man loes hi vitality he I robbed
of nil interest in thincs. and soon lwcotuc
as lifeless mentally lis lie N physically. If
you have been addicted to youthful follies
which are telling on you, your only protec
tion i- to properiv treat yourself before It N
too hue. BAR-BEN i- curlnii thousands
enily, quickly. The ino-t complicated and
ajrravatiHl of cases in both men and
women, heretofore considered Incurable,
yield almost instantly to the wonderful
curative properties of this great rcmedv.
The effects differ from the effects of all
other remedies, in that it is not a stimulant
but a BLOOD, IfERVE and BRAUf DOTLDER.
UAl'-l'KN creates solid llesh. muscle anil
STRENGTH, clears the brain, makes the
blood pure and rich, and causes a general
feeling of health, strength and renewed
vitality, while the generative organs are
helped to regain their normal powers, and
the sufferer is nuickly made conscious of
direct benellt. One box will work wonders,
six should perfet a cure. SOcabox; 6 boxes
$2J0. . For sale by druggists everywhere, or
mailed, sealed, on receiptor price. Address
1IRS. BARTON AN'I) HKNSON.31 Bar-Hen
block, Cleveland. Ohio.
X"" I Umpires Charged That
i cials Did Not Keep Tl
In I'lill Major larley Declared He
Would fr.il.rl Cars Ag:lint Violence.
210 West Market st. 210
'cirO -, yr -n)y
I There is a 1
I Class of People 1
t 'Who are injured by tho uso of cof- 3
C fee. Keeently tiicro lias lea placed s
C in all tho grocery t teres a new pre- "i
H paration called GKAIN-O, made of 5
purs grains, that takes tho place of J
C coffee. "I
C The most delicate stomach re- 5
jr ceivej it without distress, and but 3
C few can tell it from cotfeo "3
P It does not cost over -J ui much. H
t Children may drink it with gi eat ben- 3
t -t. 15 cents and 25 cents per pack-
S nj-e- Try it. Asic for UKAIN-O. "3
: InnistthntyoiirgroccrgivesyoaGEArN-O 3
fc Accept no imitation.
Try Grain0 !
cured me will helpothcrs. Mrs. John 1. Van
jvenreii, J-augenies, i. 1.
'Very King for the Nerves. Stomach, I.lver
and Kidneys is sold in. Wc and 25c package."
by druggists anil dealers. "
. .. C&AlA"-' T-....
w4.y.sri" ritac '
i a&ron" b IaisIryF
,,y,,"rs!'-'.t',,1Ii-"f:' what, good BREAD is until jo t .at AKKON
JA hhlu I uhA I.
Headache for Forty Years.
Tor forty .vears I suffered from sick bead-
if mentioned, would be recognized all c''"-- A year ago I began usingCelery King
I 'Pheiesult wasgratifyingand surprising, mv
over the State, but whose name must headaches leaving nt once. The headaches
I used toreturn'ery seventh day, but thanks
not be mentioned, in accordance with ! to Celery King, I have had hut one headache
in tho last eleven months. 1 Knowthat what
his individual injunction, was 111 one
of the hotels yesterday not regis
tered, and threw a side light on the
transactions in the Legislature by
which Hanna is alleged to have been
elected by the skin of his teeth, says
"I know it to be a fact beyond the
peradventure of a doubt," said he,
"that Mark Hanna issued orders for
Senators Garfield and Alexander to
vote for the Otis bill, by which the
Cox Republicans in Cincinnati were
thrown out of office, in order that he
might be elected to the United
States Senate. This was in compli
ance with the demand of the fusion
ist members who wanted tq get pos
session of the city government and
other things. All of the ftisionists
who voted for Hanna, with one ex
ception, were promised and got fat
places, and one of them had to have
a money consideration as well. The
exception I mention was more inter
ested in getting in on the possession
of city affairs and did not care for an
appointment. TIjp passage of the
Otis bill wits all he asked so ho
could get the Cox crowd out and his
in. This is inside history and cor
rect to the core. The Cox fellows
who went out under the Otis law can
charge it up to Hanna, who made
Garfield and Alexander dance to his
What would you do if taken with it
severe attack ot colic or cholera mor
bus and your physician could not bo
readily summoned? Provide your
self with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy and you will then be prepared
for such tin emergency. It always
gives prompt relief. For sale by all
Ci.i:vki.a-, .Tidy IS. The inaugu
ration of a secoud strike by the em
ploye, of the big Consolidated Railroad
company was a complete surprise to the
jmLlio and nearly m to the company.
Ever since the men returned to work,
about three weeks ago, under an agree
ment prepared by a committee of the
city council aud signed by representa
tives of the strikers and of the company,
there had been frequent complaints on
thu part of the men that the company
was not living up to the agreement.
Several conferences wore hold, the
latest abjut a week ago, and it was then
announced that everything was satis
factory or would be as soon as the com
pany had been given ample time to ad
justits schedules and arrange tho rnus.
The presence on cars of the non
union men who were retained after the
settlement of the strike was still a bono
of contention, however, and a crisis
was reached when, as is claimed, a num
ber of union men were discharged for
refusing to go out 011 cars with non
union men. A meeting followed aud
the decision to strike was reached. All
the lines were tied up for awhile when
the operation of the Euclid avenue line
with uoti-uuiou men under police pro
tection was undertaken. Cars were
run at five-minute intervals on that
line until evening, but no attempt 'was
made to move cars ou other lines.
Henry A. Everett, president of the
-company, issued a statement in which
lie says tlie terms ot tno agreement
with the strikers has been strictly ad-,
hered to, but it was impossible to in
augurate all tho reforms promptly be
cause of tho continued interference
with the non-union crews and ho holds
the union men directly responsible for
this. Ho attributes the present strike
to ;i feeling of disappointment on tho
part of the union men because the non
union men nave not been "mobbed anil
beaten out of the company's service."
Ho says he will operate the cars if he
is given police protection. Protection
has been promised by Mayor Farley
and it is said that the niilitia will be
called out if tho police are unable to
There has been a little disorder, but
nothing of a serious nature.
Me W A
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BOTH SIDES STU3B0KN.
SA PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM,!
CLEAN, PtlflE, TASTELESS AND ODORLESS.
Put up in One round Cakes.
O for many purposes, a few of which
Q crc: Preserving Jeliies, Pickles, S-"
' --atsup ana t-ruits, -sealing vi.
fo Bottle-., Polishing Floors, Latin-
;; dry Purposes, Coating all sorts of
O Packages to make them Air Tight, v!
( preventing Evaporation, Leakage, (i"
(( Absorption, &c. .
8 FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH CAKE.
V Ask your Storekeeper for Vp
I PURE REFINED PARAFFIHE WAX. I
(REGULAR PRICE 50O
210 W. Market St., Akron
During: Elk's Fair Week
ORIGINAL RUJJE C. .1. Francis
L.inden, the original "rube" imper
sonator and up-to-date street adver
tiser of Dayton, O., accompanied by
his partner, C. A. Pfeiiferberger. are
atlei.ding t to Elks fair us advertis
i rs of the Columbus Colfce A- Spice
iMinpany. "Rub"" and his purd"
makpa clever pair.
Of two ar more of
the following: articles.
One stick Crystal Flour
One lb of Oriole or any kind of teas
One lb of Guiana or any kind of
Two dozen Pickles
127 N.Howard sl. Tel. ATS
is reached quickly and com
The Colorado Special
Only One Night to Denver
Leaves Chicago10 a.m. every
day. Reaches Denver 2:5o
p.m. next day, and Colorado
Springs next evening. No
change of cars and all meals
in dining cars. Another first
class train, with through
service leaves Chicago 10:30
For particulars apply to
your nearest ticket agent or
Chicag-o & North-Western Ry.
Chicago, 193 Clark st.
Cleveland, 127 The Arcade
The Trolley strike In Rruoklyu Appar
ently Was Nil Xearer a
New York, July 18. The strike situ
ation in Brooklyn remained unchanged.
The striking employes were even more
determined and the managers of the
rapid transit lines were obdurate and
Cars wero run on most of the lines
governed ly the traction company from
carlv morning until 7 o'clock in the
evening, but after sundown there was
a considerable falliug off in the service,
and by '.I o'clock not a car was moving
on any of the lines affected by the strik
ing motormeu and conductors. The
roads comprising the Nassau system
were most effectively crippled.
None of the striking employes re
turned to work, aud most of them were
busy during the day influencing union
and non-union men ou the other lines
to quit work. In this respect the strik
ers were partially successful, but they
made no inroads on the running of the
Putnam avenue oars. This line is prac
tically iuta-jt, not more than haif a
dozen of its employes being ufhhatetl
with the strikers.
The Coney Island Railroad company
picked a rich harvest on all of its lines
during the day. The Fraukliu avenue,
Smith and Jay street, Hamilton avenue
aud Do ICalb hues were running 011 fnll
time and earned a great number of
passengers throughout the day and
The Coney Island company lived up
to its agreement with its employes, and
consequently its business was not inter
fered with lii tho slightest. lit fact, the
business on these roads was considera
bly augmented, as many travelers pat
ronized the cars, although in many
cases goiug blocks out of their way to
The strikers held a meeting to which
they invited President Rossiter and
Seth L. ICeency. Speeches were made
on both sides, but toward the close of
the meeting President Rossiter told tho
men that they could come back to work
at (i o'clock last evening, but he as
sured them that the company would not
concede any of their demands, and ex
pressed himself as believing that the
strikers had no grievances to back up
"There is no strike nor cause for it,"
said Mr. Rossiter.
"You lie, you lie," came from oOO
throats ill answer to this assertion, and
it looked for a time as if serious trouble
would ensue. Fortunately wiser heads
governed the moro active strikers and
uo damage was done to either of the
representatives of the company.
naii m s- mi 1 ;--! .,-
When a man dies they put a tombstone
over him and carve compliments on it.
But thev don't tell what killed him. If
they did you could
go into any cem
etery and hnd on
j- one stone in
t. everv six the
- . . .
Anil if the truth
Wfl-f nit lull! niMt
a ' of them would
siy aiso "one
y, juire men uie
than are killed in
tion is more deadlv
than rattlesnakes, and vet
men run from the snake, and
The time to cure consumption is before
it starts. A "little cough" is easy to
cure. Weak lungs may le made strong
before disease gets in.
Is the one medicine that is successful
above all others in the treatment of
throat, bronchial and lung diseases. It
is a general cleanser and tonic for the
weak stomach and for the whole system
but it also acts specifically on the throat
and lungs. It makes rich, red blood,
builds up flesh and strength and renews
the vigor of the whole liody.
Sold everywhere by dealers in medi
cine. Be sure you get the genuine.
Don't take a substitute.
Mrs. M. Hartrick. of Demster. Oswego Co.,
N. Y., write I have lost two daughters in
less than Sre years with consumption and scrof"
ula. My eldest sou was taken, two or three
yeap. a;o. with hemorrhage from the luncs.
it troubled hira for over a year. lie took Dr.
Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery and has not
had a bleeding from the lungs in over a year.
Your medicine certainly saved his life."
Office, Second floor. Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main st.
First stairway north of the I.0.0.F,
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 Bldgr. Tel. 768.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
iroods. Coaches, coupes and carriagps
for funerals, weddings, parties and
123 and 125 Carroll st. Tel. Nn. "
Machine & Pattern Works;
Castings of every description In Iron and
brass for structural machine or mold work.
Machine and pattern work. Phone 5A1
Cor Exchange and Water Sts.
CLAMS g LOBSTERS
THE BANK GAFEI,
The KIiKt Kestnunint U Akron.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FUTE IMPORTED A1TD DOMESTIC
A'2-t Goods & Cigars
Under Central Sayings Bank,
JOHN KOERBER, Prop
Hekfkkxax Michael Heffernan,
aged 24 years, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Heffernan, 120'.. Jf. Walnut
st., died Monday at 1 :;iu o'clock,
July 17, of consumption. He was a
cigarmaker employed by T. J.
WlIihSlGN HONDS City Clerk
Isbell has been authorized to sign
appeal bonds for the city in certain
cases for money alleged to be due on
labor claims, now pending in Siptiro
fc DIl. MARTEfS BOOS.
Relief for Women"
to-dajfor this Iioolc.contAftiliit? P&rtlca-
Iatb and Tt-ftUnoiiuLls of DR. MA KIEL'S
Trench Female Pills.
mused by tnonmnds or Mtfsflod ladies u
Mite. RlwitTti reliable anil without an pouitl-
(lag on top In Blue, Whlto and ltcd. Take no other.
Yrenca Drug Co., 881 & 3S3 recti St., NevrVcrSCltJ.
Vienna. .Tnlv 18. It was understood
that the United States minister to Aus
tria-Hungary, Mr. Addison C. Harris,
aud others connected with tho Ameri
can legation, as well as most of the
United State's consuls in Austria-Hungary,
will go to Trieste to greet Ad
miral Dewey uion his arrival there.
NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE.
c-o-xATisrs o-PVti 1-1 e
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling...
Always on hand. All orders promptly filled.
Special attention riven to all mail orders.
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
50,000 .Building Brick
Kiln run. Will sell in large or small
RITCHIE COAL CO.
110 Y Market st.
moving vaus, general
gir w .mh. . ututiUK auo.
i"""l I m tamlDC and trana-
lernng, parcel ana trunitaeiivery.ieea
siaoie. x'ompt service, popular prices.
Office corner Canal and Cherrv streets.
Stable 310 Cherry street.
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
Coal, transfer and freneral teamlntr.
rubber tire coaches for funerals,
weddings, dances, moving: Tans,
wagonettes, band wag-ons.
106 Lincoln St., Tel. 564.
Cluiiiifd KuoiikIi Cities Are Kepresenteil
to Mnkn It do.
Sr. Lows, July IS. Mr. George
Schaefer of St. Louis, who last winter
offered the National League 100,000 for
a clear title to the St. Louis baebfdl
franchise, and who is interested in the
new baseball organization, said iu part:
"We have already completed a first
class organization, composed of leading
eastern as well as leading western
"BntTulo. Detroit and Milwaukee are
anxious to join us.
"We have clubs eiiou:;h now to com
plete our organization without the as
sistance of the cities named.
"The St. Louis end of the now league
only I can speak for. It is as solid as a
Ted Sullivan, the veteran baseball
mauaper, said toon after his arrival
"Tho new league is a certain go. and
everyone iu Chicago is talking about if.
Up there they sav that Ausou and I-ot-tus
will be at" the head of the new Chi
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine "Work of All Kinds
Clay "Working Machinery for
Stoneware a Specialty.
THE EMPIRE OF THE SOUTH.
Second Edition A Beautifully Illustrated Book
Full of Important Information.
The First Edition of the "Empire
of the South" havingbeen exhausted,
a Second Edition is now readv for
It is a handsome volume of about
200 pages descriptive of the South and
its vast resources, beautifully illus
trated, and regarded by critics as the
most complete production of its kind
that has ever been published.
Persons wishing to secure this work
will please enclose to the undersigned
25 cents per copy, which amount ap
proximates tho cost of delivery. Re
mittances may be made in stamps or
Addressall communications ou this
subject to W. A. TUKK, General
Passenger Agent, Southern Railway,
Washington, D. C.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Via Great Lakes now on sale. For
tickets and full information seo C.
D. Honodle. Union depot, agent D.
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