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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 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
l-ORPAI.hi NolJ.M.'IBar-'l. I'nni v.. II,
clMom. two sHi him-' - .u :rMt Iniriiln, f
two ii-room Ihiiim"-. on JShiv t , "iil f
Mich; thru-lot-. :it it bargain, iii Iioumjoii j
Hoyinond st., with film insonlj l,l", niu j
house on hnjiler st mlj 1,"; o. II
Kline t. nt ii siicrlllci bargains In nil parts
of thecl;. Call mid tc tilt in. Momi loimil.
Til.516. G. W. GHIIirKi. Is Cmtr.il Biilg.
FOR sAUHiif onk. upright, folilinj
lied; 2 wnlnut leiItiul-.iIoiinsts, 1 miir-lile-topwuslistiiuil,
1 wnlnut w.ih st.ind. 1
child's lx-d. This stxonil-huiitl furiiltnri is in
good condition und wlllliosold i In up if sold
at once. IiKjulrv nt No. .j51 E. liuchti I nie.
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Chlce building stone Ii car load; nlso
brown stone from Warwick tjuarrles Orders
filled on short notice. C. II. Jones. Ji7 feoutn
FOR SAI.K Choice lots on Mllli rin.nnd
Bachtel av.nt lmrgHin prices. Buir in mind
that thistotsareon graded streets. Just off
of car line. In cood neiRhliorliood, conen
ient to scLools. and South End Industries
and some as low as J2D0. Mom loaned to
build houses. J. I. BACHTEL,
Phone 722. 183 South Howard st.
We have a ?7,V)0 home, first-class In e ery
particular to sell at the extreme low llgure
of $5,000. Youcanbuj it on terms to suit.
If jou haeany money and want n bargain,
see this place. Money to loan on terms to
P. P. BOCK A CO.,
Tel. 308. 2119 S. How ard bt.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN From J3.00 and up
ward on household goods. or nnj chattlo se
curity nnd allow the goods to remain In
j our possession. Can repay us in months
Installments. Hoora 11, Arcade block. Of
fice hours, 8:30 toll: a. m., 1:10 to S p.m.
L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLER.
too per month, middle-aged man,
position of trust. 1VS. Main.
f W per month, m tn.ig
keeper. 156 S. Main st.
03tf $100 per month, mini and wife as ninniig- j
lng partner and office matron. jearlj en
gagement, particulars l'fi S. Main st. fiStf
$10 per w eek guaranteed at start, quick ad-
vancement after trial term if merited, par
ticulars 150 S. Main st. ijoung men wanted,
office positions. uitf
YOUNG man for our Masslllon office, '
prominent place, worth after trial $1" per
week, call 156 h. Main st. !tf
AY ANTE U-f-ingle
not under .
dot k wntchman;
W ANTED Matron for public tiitltutioii,
JtO. Cnlllb. Miiin t. 77"
WANTED Uidv demonstrator, grocerx
specinlt.. C ill 1")".. Main si. 7.-7";
WANTKI In hold leik: vl. wife as
housekeeper; two night hole! clerks. I irtj-.
Main st. r-i I
"WANTED .U on n mm for office duties
an exception il opportunity. ?l .it start
Call 15 -. Malu st. Tl ,
MAN and wife for oungstown branch
office, awcll istablisheil cash business, $so
Sernionth nssurel.earl engagement, two
aysonlj, partlcul irs iiss. Main st. ctf
"WANTED few good lad aginls.
Stead empIoMiicnt mid goodpa to right
parties. Applj at 17 's. Main st. between .1
and 4 p. m. 72-74
AY ANTED A fiw good lnilj agents.
Steady emplovment and good par to right
parties. Applj at 17"! s Main st. In tween .!
and 4 p. in. 7T-77
FOR KENT Dwelling
TELEPHONE S73 when jou want help,
no cost, no trouble, 2o j ears established, of
fices from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Akron
office 150 S. Main st. tUtf
FOUND Aladies" pocketbook near How
ard Street Valle depot, containing small
sum of monex. Ouner can hae same by
calllngnt Mrs..Tohn Pofahl's. Cuvnhogast.
extension, and pijing for this advertise
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
t OR SALE! A good building lot on Brown
a. "Will be sold cheap if bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 13S
Before yon start on your vacation drop in
and arrange for an Aetna policy on a suitable
plan. Accident, health, life and endowment
insurance, on the most favorable terms.
Accident tickets or policies,
Frank O. J.eArcor'r't,
District Agent. Barter Block. Telephone 683.
STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attornej-at-law.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 163 South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
FOR REPAIRING Seo George Haneline.
"Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 133
South Main st.. under red watch sign. 222tf
W. F. COLEMAN
Justice of the Peace and Notary,
205 Wooster avenue.
BEAli ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Homes on monthly payments, straight 7
percent interest. 1 have homes rnnglng
from $550 to f 6,000. Can beat all competitors.
"MASSILLON COAL Ck
"We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real eitat security.
Lov rate of Interest Terms most
119 S. rbttarrf St.. Fhanas 582 and 533
240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE
OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET
RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY
TERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE
50X1 3r. CALL ON OR ADDRESS
M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR.
WANTED TO LOAN
1 $1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Hale & Coates
Everett block. Tel. 1523
run 3AX.K Ten H-I-H-A-N-8 fori cents
i rtrtigelhix One iclv rMlinf
FUNERAL The funeral of Mi
chael HefTernan, 1L"0"X. Walniitst.,
will be held Tlutisday at a o'clock at
St. Vincent de Paul'b church.
A pun whiskey agrees -with any
food m fact aids digestion. It tunes
the stomach, increases the How of
gastric juices and so promotes
strength and flesh. A purewhiskev
like HARPER Whiskey. SOLD BY
144 S. Howard St., Akron, O.
New machinery, new location.
We guarantee our work. High
gloss or domestic finish.
Nor. 1S2-U7 .North Howard st.
J. E. PETERSON
128 north Main st. j
If you want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
Xo. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but
first-class horses kept in stock.
R. STELNER, Pi op., Tel. 17o4.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mcli 18, 1900
Long Lake Turk has no compititor for
comfort and beautiful nineri. The onl
nsort affording a steamboat ride, 7 miles of
romance on the canal, through Summit
lake, the channel and Long lake; an Ideal
route full of attractions. Steamer Iiaes
Lock one nt 8 and 1 dntl. Sundas 'i nnd
1:. 25 cents round trip. Telephone 174 for
You Must Eat to Live
Why not come where you get
the BEST MEALS at all hours?
DETTLING BROS., Props.
200-202 E. Market st.
Carload after caiload of Bananas,
Watermelons and California Emits
arriving daily for the Elk's Fail.
Manage! s of festivals should not fail
to leave their oiders heie if fliey
want the pui est and hest loo Oram
EM. L.askaris Co
Phone 281. 102 S. Howaid st.
Cutting School Reopened.
Mis. II. C. Guifrell has leopened
lie i Cutting and J)i unmaking school
and will teach one of the latest sys
tem'.. She is located at Xo. lbO
South Mam st., second floor, wheie
she will he pleased to see all foiniei
For Drugs, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Cigars come to the
Nev Drug Store
At Ho. 1123 S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
A WOMAN IN UNIFORM.
J'tit Otl Ihc lraitt C.irriii the Nine
teenth I'll tiiti , l.uionte to
PiTTsBi IK,, Julv lb. The Tirst nud
Tlmd Ijii.ihoiis ot the Jsineteentli m
fautij", Iro .1 Camp Meade enroute to
the Plnhnpiui s 1.1 b in Pkiuliscj o er
the Pujusji .una road, passed through
here. ' h le weie Iie tuius, one of IS
cars uiuMimug rtgimental baggage
and cpui uieut and the other four ot 10
and 1 1 i ars each for the soldiers It is
not known just when the remaining
battalion will leae Camp ileade, but
it w ill not Lu long.
A l.audsjuie woman, probablj 2Z
yeaifc old, the wife of a pmae in Com
pany K, was discovered on the tram,
dressed m the regulation army uniform,
the came from Martmsburg, WT. Va ,
and bait (led the tram at Harrisbnr,,'. It
was her purpose m disguising heiself to
accompany ncr husband to Manila and
be near him w hue m the Philippines.
She had Uosely cut her black tresses,
bhe was put oil the tram m this city.
She bid her husband an affectionate
farewell and told him that she would
meet hmi in San Francisco.
HakhisBUKu, July 18. Recruits for
the new Twenty-seventh and Tw enty
cighth regiments of oltmteersfor the
Pliihppme service were reaching Camp
Meade from - arious sections at the rate
ot from 23 to 100 per day and there aie
several hundred at Camp Meade at
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
and have cured thousands of
Cases of Nervous Discuses, such
asDebiht, Dizziness, Sleepless
ness and Varicocele, Atrophy, .c
They clear the brain, strengthen
toe circulation, mate digestion
perfect, and impart a healthy
1 vigor to the whole beinc All
: drains and losses are checked
Sfmntritrain fr"r. Unlw patienw
-"O"0'"" are properly cnrcu,incirt.un.i
tlon often worries themtntolnsanity, Consump
tior o' Death Mailed sealed. Pnce $i per bo.
6 boxes, with Iron-clad legal puarantee to cure or
refund the money, $5 oo Send for free book
Address, PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, 0.
A. Warner, druggist, 20S E. Market.
n&KZ ?RFECT JWEW
WO AOT DESPAIU I Do notSuf
ferLongrr! Tliojoys and ambitions o!
life can U restored to you The Terj
IiMjlutfrlv ruriHi PPirvi tr
1 .VIlLfTI S.Gire prompt relief to'I
rn i ma. lailinp memory and thowari
miuiaiiiui ii uj pov.cra incurreu o
trJscretiondoretrrFfesof early yet r
ImiiaiCTiiror an lliotnr tnficrv fn
ton iiiactiupthesyeum. Oivo & ini to '-
h-oK?nnilluti-e to tlio eyes of jj-fTf ountr ort.i
ir.-)c dox rent-wg ntal energy t? I'j6 boxes t
laco-nplettftfii'irop e-d ciro Jjj if or monev -
nt'd Can be carried In vest jkcLi Sold
v-rjtrf or mntlefl t plain wrapper on rerent ot
H. br TMK PltltrrTl CO . CaitMt KMr.. nlrr !.
For s;ilc In Akron by E. Stcjnbucbcr
& Co., E. Market bt.f nud Lampurtcr
&, Co., 183 Ho-rrard Rt
I do nut believe there
u a case of drapeo
:, indigestion or
eny stomach trouble
tbet canact be re
lieved at once and
by mv DYSrEPSU
At all drujrxistB,
25e. a vial. GuM
to Health and medi
cal advice free. 1505
Arch street, Phila.
I'Ms'im'tK'Mnn t, in i
THB ATTACK ON OTIS.
Correspondents' "Round Robin"
Caused a Sensation.
JIILL.N AM .MKIhLPJOII.N 5slLET.
Hh Had Kecrlied AdritrH A liich Led
lihn to Ii i lare situation Improved.
Cfirbin Deilared faiti, Had ut Ileen
lippre.fed l.i Valnnst(n.
Wa-hiv,to, July IS. The publica
tion of the 'V.ir corrvpou'Senr' formal
ludittnient of (reucral Oti uiauajre
ment of the Philippine campaign caused
a 'enrutio.i in the departir euts here.
Secretary Hiy had rectnel advice-.
from u il a-5 well as military &onrce m
the Philippine-! which led him to de
clare that the situation theie 'wascer
tamlj improved materially and that the
prospeu-- for the futnie iiad brightened
ery niui'li. With these adwees, the
secretary said, General Otis had had
nothing to do. aud they were from aia
mteresie.l pi-rso is 'uo-o opinion- must
carry v, eight Generally, there j
btroug iIimii l nation Lhil)ite 1 by the
official- i iliscu this last "round
robin.' . uiier.il Allies, who was act
ing as -tirearj of viar in the ab-eni e
ot Seoietary Alger and Assist tut t-euo-tary
Meiklejolin, would not comment
upon the dispatch.
Regarding statements that cable dis
patches recenerf in Washington and
other new- regarding the war had been
censored contrary to the usual custom.
Adjutant General Corbiu said:
"Yes, these complaints have been
biought to my notice: a word of ex
planation is perhaps due the country,
no k-s than the department. The in
ormous amount ot work the office has
been tailed upon to perforin has taxed
to the limit the endurance of the clerk-,
who, hy the way, m-h as competent as
any that can be found anywhere. Com
plaints were made by se eral of the as
sistants and derks that our clerks w eie
being aiinoid aud their time taken
from legitimate work by direet applica
tion for information lrom people in no
way connected with the office or the
public teiwce. As a matter of motee-
turn of the l mill ic
"The censure of the do called ceu
soicd pre-s is without just cause, and
ewdentlj made under misapprehension
of facts, "ehere has been no informa
tion lecencd fiom General Otis tint
has not been gien to the press nromptlj
on the bulletin board in the hall of this
othce;eery lairimnded represeutatix e
of the pi ess will bear witness to this
statement. What would the manager
of any one of the complaining papers
say it information concerning the busi
ness of the paper was unpin eel for of
the printers rather than at the business
office oj the pa per. J This is a case ex
actly m uomt.
"The standing iustiuctions of the
president and secretary of war are that
the public shall be given all informa
tion we receive; tins has been done and
will continue to be done. Of couisc,
plans of campaigns that would be of
help to Aginn.ildo aud other rebels
have not. aud w ill not be, promulgated,
but all facts of c euts transpired have
been given m fullness."
OTIS MADE PE0MI ES.
Tcld Correspondents the Cenorphip
Would Be More Liberal Charges
Made In Their Statement.
JIamli, July 11, via Hongkong,
July 18. About a month ago corre
spondents framed a statement which
was pie-entcd on Sunday, July 0,
to Major General Otis, commanding
the military forces of the United States
in the Philippine islands, with a re
quest for permission to telegraph it to
the United Stales. The correspondents
also asked that thej be allowed to cable
to their respective papers all facts and
different phases ot events as they trans
pned here. The correspondents had
tw o long mten lew s with General Otis,
in the cour-e ot which they complained
that the e ldeut purpose of the censor
ship w a not to keep information from
the enemy, but to keep from th public
a knowledge of the real condition of
alt.urs here. It was also asserted by
the corresoondeuts that newspapers
punted in Manila, which reach the ene
my quickly, w ere permitted to publish
statements similar to those which cor
respondents w ere forbidden to cable.
General Otis finally promised greater
liocrahfy, agreeing to "pass all matter
that he might consider not detrimental
to the interests of the United States.
General Otis appointed Captain Green
jof his staff censor.
The statement of tho correspondents
was as follows:
The undersigned, being .ill staff cor
respondents of American newspapers
stationed m Manila, unite m the follow
"We believe that, owing to otlicial
dispatches from Manila made public m
Wasnmgtou, tho people of the United
States have not receiv ed a correct im
pression of the situation m the Philip
pines; but that these dispatches have
pre-ented an ultra optimistic view that
is not shared by the general officers in
"We behev e the dispatches lueon ectly
ieprc"-eiit the existing conditions among
the Philippines, in respect to dissension
and demoralization resulting from the
Ameiieuu campaign aud to the brigand
character of their army.
"We behev o the dispatches err in the
dec laratiou that 'the situation is well in
hand,' and in the assumption that tho
luburrectiou can bo speedily ended
without a greatly increased force.
"We think the tenacity of the Fili
pino purpose has been underestimated
and that the statements are unfounded
that volunteers are nnvvilhnc lo en
gage m further service.
"The censorship has compelled us to
participate in this misrepresentation by
excising or altering uucoutroverted
statement!) cf facts on the pica, as Gen
eral Otis stated, that 'they would alarm
tne people at home,' or 'have the people
of the United States by the ears. I
'SusciQcation Prohibition of ho:
pital reports; suppression of full reports
of field operations in the eent of fail
ure; number of licit pro-trations in the
field; systematic minimization of nava1
operations, aud suppression of complete
reports of the -mi itio'i
(Signed) John 1'. McOitchfon",
O-t lt K. D u I-,
P. G. MoDonnfij,
New York Sen.
Kom-kt M. Coiuns,
John P. Dcwing,
The As.xi.ited Pre-.
John V. B
New 'iork IKr.ild.
E .-. Ki i-m.
DEATHS IN PHILIPPINES.
Ltit sent l l.eiieral Otis of utluu ut
llli,ea-e and Illlllelt. Deaths
In i iiba.
Wsihv,tu. Jiil IS. The war de
partment rtvencd the following from
Mmi., .lulv Hi.
Adjutant Citiural Wa-hintun
Following deaths hae ocuned since
Dysentery, July 8 James J. Higgin-.
i-orporal, 'ihirteeuth rcgiiucut liilantiy,
Company ti, George V. Warrington,
I. ii-t Colorado; lrue-t Weulotl, I,
Third ic'i ntnt, 1 1th. Ludwig P. Moh
hn, B. Twelfth regiment; 1 Ith, Harry
J. Rei-ig, M. Pirst Colorado.
Drowned, aieulentai, -Mth Michael
Sullivan, M, Ninth infantry; 4th, Geo.
J. Wilson, D. Sixteenth infantry.
Dtath lrom tjphoid feer, Tth Au-gu-t
rolte. A, Fourth infantry.
Ni)huti- John Oniulau. sergeant,
baiui, I'ulitei ut'i infantry.
Hemiulegi lJth William Hodge, C,
Fonrtei nth nifautrj .
l'roiu wounds in action, June 28
Frank A. Dual, F, First Colorado.
Deatli occurred on Relief, Nagasaki.
ine w.er rti-partmont received the lol
lowiug. Ha 4N, Jlll Hi.
Death report, lath, Puerto Principe,
M J. Tracy, xetennary, Eighth ca
airy, died 1 1th, yellow teer. Santiago,
Frank L. Johnson, M, Fifth infantry,
died 1 2th, supposed yellow fever.
Men aie somewhat like bsh. As soon
as the think the. are able to get along
on their own hook they aie likelj to
get caught on "some one else's. L. A
I Solemn Thoatght.
it ma he possible ioi some dentists
totMiiut tteth without pain, but the
bill -tollie toi is nexc'i equipped with
Iniulimtc gas Clin ago Times Ileiald
The Easy Food
Easy to Buy.
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocer
in 2-lb. pkgs..
rk II J NM 1
Summit Lake Park Theater
The bill at this popular resort for week commencing
Monday, July 17
IS HEADED BY
Vtilbur Mack & Isabelle Fenton
OTHERS OX THE HILL AUK
3 1 a Reanes 3
Lambert & Mack
Performance every evening with Satuidnv matinee.
Take Ritjml Transit cais
HARRY MA-XATa, Manager.
The Bes-t: Bill
The Famous Mmstiel Tennor .
Florence, Henri. Ki
Collins and Rav . .
Band Concert Sunday.
Via. 0., A.
Train leaves Union depot 8:30 a.m.
leave Columbus 7 p.m. and '2.'o inidiiiiilil .
Parlor car seats 2."c each wav.
For a SUMMER
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No other Lias offers & I'aoormma of ifJO miles of equal varM r and interest.
Fnr Trips per TTtk Bctwctn
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
Virrj Day d
riTOSEET, TIIK ROO." BlEqiETTK
I HIT RITES I ri,lnrqii Birllaia tnd
Rflora. Inr 1b41b HmIi d Berth, Arnntil
ntlA Coat frvm tlerfUad. $ 10 60; from
folMlo, 16. tnm Dtlroll, ll.7i.
Vnd 2C for Illustrated Tamphlct. Address,
A. A. SCHANTI. a P. A , DKTROIT. MICH.
or sec y. V. Houodlf, 'list. Agt., Uuluu.h
dom torn the grip
of cata.-rh t lakes
lor a I fi tends for
s been making
friends of this
kind for many
j ears. It cures
cvcrlocated. Mrs K. hades,
of 33 Twenty
eighth fet , De
troit, Mich., is one of the many thou
sandof I'e-ru-na sfi lends Thi- iswhat
she sajs to Dr. llartman:
" We hare Used your Pe-ru-na with
the most reinaikable results aud would
not be without it. We have always
recommended it to our friends. A few
j ears ago I purchased a bottle of your
Pe-ru na and after seeing its results,
recommended it to m v grower w ho w as
troubled with djspepsia, the curing of
which induced lit r to sell it in her
store She Ins sold large amounts of
j it. Y.x dai'gnter has ju-t been cured
of jaundice with Pe-ru-na My pen
would grow weary were I to begin to
1 tell j o1! of the numerous cures Pe-ru-na
has effected in our immediate vicinity
within the la-t couple of j ears "'
Dr. TTartman. President of the Surgi
cal Hotel. Columbus, Ohio, w ill counsel
and prescrilc for fifu thousand women
' this year free of charge '. ery suffer
ing woman should write for special
! question blank for women, aud hae
Dr. Hartmans book, "Health and
Beauty " All druggists sell Pe-ru-na.
JfibGON B0Y3 SHIVERED.
lle-iilrnt Vlt Itliile) Dileited Th U Clutl:
iii,C eies,irj to Their Com
fort Ite 1-siied.
Wv-inNoTON, nly lb. President
McKinley received a telegram from San
Fiaucisco -aylug that the Oregon troops
at the Piesulio were without overcoats
aud were suffering from the weather
and m danger of pneumonia. The dis
patch stated tint, haying just returned
from a tropical climate, they could not
withstand the cold, aud that there w ere
plenty ot overcoats m the quartermas
tei's dep.utinent. President McKinley
directed that such clothing as was ne
cessary lor the comfort of the troops be
issued to them.
It was stated at the wai department
that the matter of clothing for the
troops was at tneir ovv n disposal. Each
man is allowed $100 annually for cloth
ing, awl, if he does not use the w hole
amount, ho draw- the residue. The Oie
gon men can draw upon this clothing
ei edit it they want to and get ovei coats
or other things, but it will be ch.ugcd
to then clotniug account aud taken out
of the money paid them w hen they are
T V T T TTT T T TTrT T T T T -yrTT-yvy
CURE SIQK HEAD AGUE
and act like maic on a wnk
Stomach and disordered lixcr.
10 cents and -5 cents, at nil drug stereo.
for jiaik. Phone No. 873.
- UL.X I-fch
of the Season
Air. Hanks, Winters and Little Nona
The Celebrated Violinist
suulptoi and Lightning Clav Alolder
"Btown's Night OfL"
... Comedian and Vocalist
CRUIS1S take the
The Greatest Perfection
jet attained in Boat Con
struction: Luxurious . .
Equipment, Artistic Fur
nishing, Decoration and
Paraad M(litKfrtlrr Rrlwr.s
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Fare, $1.50 r"'h Ilrrellii.
Iterlht, r , l Malrritnin, f I
t tmiitmnH rr nin lent ( Ievln I with
1 jirlir-st Trains f r all pi inl . h ut'i
m IS tithwtft nn lM Prlrnit ft rail h inU
Nurth an Ni rthHit
SunitijTrlrt June. July, Asut
tplemb-r ft" J O'lol rr Onlj.
Detroit ond Cleveland Novioanon coniDmi
Monnett Will Proceed Against
SERVICE SECURED UP0X KE1S.
Had the l'apert; serTed In Chicago ald
lie Had Ileen Infnriiiedlh.it the Co lu
ll no Had 1 inlated the Mate Anti-Trust
Ltu l3 Their Organization.
due, voo, July IS. Attorney General
F. S. Monnett of Ohio, through Sheriff
AUgerstaat. naa service secured ou
William E. Reis, president of the Na
tional Steel company, that action may
be taken against the corporation under
the anti-trust law of Ohio. The service
was -ecured and the papers returned to
Attorney General Monnett.
In the notification that action will be
brought against the National Steel
company, Attorney General Monnett
"lam informed that jour recent cor
poration, which had been incorporated
under the law of the state of New Jer
sey, is suih a combination of capital,
and acts as constitute jou a trust as de
fined by an act of the general assembly
of the state ot Ohio known as senate bill
ob passed April, 1SUS."
IMPEACHED AND EEM0VED.
Illiccior t r l'ulilic safetj Du-iMilmry
Clti-tt d From Ottiie at
Collvibo-, July 18. Tlie city council
Dy a vota of 13 to 3 impeached and re
moved fiom office Joseph W. Dnseu
bury, director of public safety.
Mr. Du-enbnry was the appointee of
MavorSaainel J. Svvartz, Republican,
who was elected last spring. He has
recently been criticised severely by the
ministers ot the city on account of his
attitude oa the question of the enforce
ment of Sunday law-, especially m con
nection with a place ot amusement in
vvuich he was interested as part owner.
Mr. Dusenbury has also been severely
c nticfscd ou account of Ins management
of the atiairs of his office. The resolu
tion removing him charges that he has
been guilt- of misconduct in office.
Other charges are also made.
AN OFFER FROM CARNEGIE.
l'rupmeri, In Kepi) to
Meiihem Hie a
STM'UkwiLi.h, July 18. Andrew
Carnegie has written fiom Skibo castle
ottering to donate SoO.OiK) toward a pub
lic library building, if the citieus w ill
furnish a site and maintain it. Mr.
Carnegie in his letter speaks of his early
dajs when a telegraph operator in
The corresjioudciice has been carried
through Dr. A. Real. He first wrote
to Mi. (.'ainegie leiuinding him that ho
w.is touudiug libraries elsewhere, and
asked it he could not give one to titen
lieiniiie. Mr. Carnegie answered siy
ntg he believed m helping those who
show a uisiKisitiou to do something.
Dr. Held lound th.it the people here
wo ild liuiiish the site and maintain the
library, and wrote to Mr. Carnegie,
who asks the city to maintain it at not
less th in sl.ooo a year.
He vvoiked heie when 111 years of age
and referred to this in his hrst letter
als about his getting messages through
to Pittsbiug fiom Wheeling one time
when the wnesweie down. The h
br.u v o ler w ill be accepted.
HAY0B HARRISON DECLINED
Krnieil t Wvlt 'Hue Denim r.itlt Comliilt-
teeintii, h He llltln't I.ilte the
Oiiicu.i, July IS. Mayor C.irti H.
Hamsun seut the following letter to the
omunttcj in charfio of arr.iugeineiits
for the Dcimx.r.itic moLtiujr at tho Au
dituriuni July "20.
I 1 1'j1'h, K-' ChairnMii ( ommitlfp of
Dcr, Sir Replying to jour f.ivoi of
the l-lth nifct., iu which you ask lue to
rlelier.m address of wekuuiu.it the
Auditorium. July 0, to the national
Teino-ratio committee and "a Lirge
uiiinl-erof other prominent Domoerats
ut Amenta, '' 1 regret my inability to
attopt In ordinary tireuinstautes I
sliouid bo only too glad, both j mayor
of Chit-ago aud at, a Demotnit, to wel
tinae mi national committee or r.;.y
number ot p-omineut Democrats to Chi
cago, the city in w hick the platform of
1S was framed, aud in w nith Will
l nn J. Bryan was elevated to his pies
tnt Ieiiduship of the national Democ
racy. I can not but think, however, it
would be an absurdity to welcome these
distinguished men under the auspitesot
a selt toustitutid committee whose per
sonnel is to j obscure to bo known een
in its huine city. Had this meeting
been org-amed under the direction of
Demotrats of regular type aud known
party standing, it wonlu have afforded
me gie.it pleasure to be present. In the
existing tirtiimstauces, while thanking
3 ou lor the liquor, I must beg lea, e to
Uakter II. IIKKIsOS.
Altgold said he was sorry the young
man had tailed to accept the opportu
nity to make himself a party leader.
ANOTHER FUED BROKE OUT-
Killed In a
I l;lit In Ken-
Li)Lis ii i.k, July 18. A special from
T oudou. Ivy., tells of :i report reaching
tin le of the outbreak of auother fend in
CLiy countv by which hve men lost
The dead aie said to be:
Those fatalities resulted fioin a
pitched bittlt fought near Little Goose
eicok, tlirte miles from Manchester.
The feud dates back nearly two years.
1 atal IIik-I I'liruusli ils Hour.
UiWM'O. July 18. With tho glabs
doors of .i s.iloou between them "Will
iam Van .Men, a saloonkeeper, and
Frederick Goudoll , a traveling sales
man, louglit a duel to tho death. Gon
ilotl was mortally w ouuded aud Van
Alen was shot through tho loft thigh.
The men wero bnsiness partners somo
tune ago, but tho business was broken
up and thero has been bad blood bo
Large package of the World'5 best
cleanser for a nickel. Still greater econ
omy In 4 pound package. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chlcazo, St. Uol4, New York. Boston. Phlladelohla
Kllleil 111- Kiml.
Cm-.sThi;, Conn., July IS. Harry
Ch idw u k, aged 24 years, of Xew Bnt
1111. was murdered by Joseph Hough,
iged :!0, who then attempted to kill
himsoll by cutting his throat. They
were rivals for the same girl.
CoNM LLSVILI L, P.I.,
July 18. (Jeo.
negro, shot and bjdly
wounded (!con;o Smith, colored. Y.
H. Kennedy and Jerry Blackburn
bravely captured the would-be murd
erer FOUND IT OUT.
Many An Akron Citizen Is Finding It Out.
Had the backache good many
fAnd a little w orse ev eiy year,
f Finally, could not vvork at all.
Mv hack took up all my time.
( jlav oitnu trange, but it will clo
Found out it was kidney trouble
Always talks through the hack.
Found out that Doan's Kidney
Tills was the lcmedv.
They alvvavs talk thiough their
They tell Aknni people thiough
A backache alwav s means kidney
The beginning is alwav s the back
ache. The ending maybe Blight's dis
ease. Read the follow ing case of an Ak
ron citizen w ho found the remedy in
Mrs. .1. A. C'Iossn,of 209 Ea-t
Chestnut street: "I know positive
ly that Doan's Kidney Pills are a
good and reliable leinedy for they
proved most effective in my case.
Befoie using tliein J was a great suf
ferer from kidney trouble, had head
aches all the time and the uric acid
in the kidney secretions caused me
to suffer from a bladder difficulty
which embarrassed me by the too
frequent action of the secretions.
My back was o lame that I could
not stiaighten up. Pi ocuring Doan's
Kidney Pills from Lamparter & C'o.'s
chug store, their use promptly re
lieved me. I have no hesitation in
recommending this remedy to all
who suffer as I did."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealeis; piice .() cents a box. Mailed
on receipt of price by Fo-ter-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, X. Y. Solo agents for
the lT. S. Remember the name
Doan's and take no substitute.
WHEAT 66 CENTS.
July lb, & p.m. Butter, creamery
!Mc. country 18 to A)e, cooKing 10c
lard 10c; eggs 17c: chickens, 15c per
Corn, eai 2oc par bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 3Tc; hay 55c
to G5c a hundred: straw 35c a
Potatoes (wo per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, thiee hunches for 5c.
Radishes tw buuclips for 5c,
Cucumbers, 3 foi 10c.
. Celety .5 bunch fm l"r.
Wax Bfans 15c ;t measure.
Tomatoes, luunc giown 10c per R.
jNew Heels, jc, rf lor inc.
Suniinnr squash. Hie to 15c a piece
New potatoes 2ic to 30c a ppek.
IVas, 12'ic a measure.
Kaspheines Kh lt. oi 3 for 25c.
Ooosoberrieb,S to 10c qt.
Home glow n cabbage. 8c head.
Wheat 60c ; oats 29c to SOc; corn,
ear. 19J2c; corn, shelled, 3S2c; hay,
$..)!) to i i ; rye, osc.
Butter, creamery, 19c; country 12 to
ir.. inrd is t Bi,,. on-,rE is.
chickens, live 9c, diessed 12c.
.". '. ' y- ' .on ' --,
Isavv beans, $1.34, fl. -10; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Potatoes, 40c n bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1,81 No. 2, Sc,
green,No. 1, 7c, No. 2 6Jc, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10c, No. 2, 9Jc;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, Sc; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts lamb skins
Pork, dressed, 5'2 lie 4 to 5c,
beef, dressed, Sjc to 9c, live
5c to 6c; mutton, live. 4Jc to 5c;
dressed, SJnC to 9c; spring lamb,
c; pork, loins, 8c; veal, livjs
5Jc to 6, dressed, 10c.
Sugar-cured ham, lO'.c to llf4c;
shoulder, 5c; Califonria ham,
la; bacon, 7c; dried beef,
16 to 19c; lard, simon pure,
Gie in tub ; 6c in tierces; country
kettle 53fc: pure lard. 5c.
$3.00 Niagara Falls via Chautauqua.
Wait for the all-iail 110-change-of-cars
excursion to Niagara Falls ' Avoid Heat and Dust
Thursday, July 20. Train leaves And take a trip to Niagara Falls
Eiio statu 11, Akron, ()., at 4:25 p.m. August 3, ia (.'.AAO.U'y and Pal-Stop-over
gi anted at Chautauqua on ace steamer C'itj of Buffalo, only $3
return. Tickets goods live dajs, and round trip. Train leaves Tniou de
only $.5 00. See W. E. Langdon, pot via C. A AC.lt'y 4:15 11.111. Steam
agent, forfuithei information.
The First Niagara Falls Excursion
To be 11111 Thursday, August .lid..
ia Cle eland. Akion and Columbus
Railway in connection with the
elegant steainei "Citv of Erie" 01
"Citv of Rulfalo," of Cleveland A.
Bullalo Tiinisit cninpany. The rate
will be $1.00 fioni Akron. Tickets
good l."ida-. 1
For full mfoi 111. itioii.iniiuite of C. ,
ticket agent, Union
$3.00 lo Niagara Falls and Rrturn. Monday,
Via C. T. , V. R. R. aud tl Iegaut
fast Hams of the (' .V. IJ. line. Train
leaes Akron Union depot 1:55 p.m.
Howaid st. station 5:1 1. B.mt leaves
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Dallj ; all others dally except Bunduy.
Central Standard Time.
CLEVELAND, AKUOX A COLUMBUS
Union Depot, Market St.
From Mlllersburg only.
Columbus fast mall
Coi.-Cln. fust mall
To Mlllersburg only ...
No. 2stt Col.-Cln. expre-s (-H-)
KI11E KlLROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill t.
Time Card: Dec. 11, 1S9S.
No If Express
No "H- Limited vetlbule "
.i i nuiuineion sneciui ( ) nm
3"- Pacific express e.52 nn,
No 8 Limited vestibulo
8 .51 an.
o 1st Kxpress
No 4t New York special S1Z
0 jot cnautauquu express k 4:25 pm
Ji , ..'"-'-oi'inioaauon . 4.00 pm
(ft) Lxcept Monday and days after holi
days. C , T. & V. K. B.
6 :45 am
1 :10 pm
No 48 .
No 4t .
No 6 .
No 8 .
No 3 .
No 9 .
No 47T .
.. 8. 4. am 9.05 am
12.01 pm 12.1S pm
4 20pm 4 55 pm
10.54 pn 11:15 pm
7.35 pm .M pm
WHEELING LAKE ERIE R'Y.
Myron T. Herrick, Robert Blickensderfer,
ecelvers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1S68.
Nol NoSt N08
Toledo (Union dcpot)Lv 7:15 f :20
Spencer .10:15 4.25
Lodl 10.31 4 :40
Creston 10.49 4:54
Orrville 11:18 6:19 am
Masslllon 11-50 5:48 6-50
Valley Junction 12:45 pm :40
Wheeling Ar 8:25 9:20
Wheeling Lv 5:30 am 10.00 am
VnlleyJunctlon 8.00 12.55pni
Wns'lllon 8:50 1.30
Orrville 9:J0 2:22
Creston 9:45 2:19
Lodl 10.00 SOU
Spencer 10:15 3:1
To!do (Union depotl Vr 1:20 pm ii-i
General Traffic Manager.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
THB NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec.l9,lS99.
Depot North Main Street.
Dipart No. 1 7:50 szn
" No. 11 . 6.00 nm
2 4:20 pm
PITTSBUKG i WESTERN R. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
No. M Vestibule limited l.r.1m
No. 0 Pittsburg express 6:10 an-
No. 4 Pittsburc mall 1:10 mi
No. 10 Washington Exnress from f!
T.4V.R.K.Howardt.statlon 4:10 pui
Arrive from the East.
No. 3 Western mall 11:53 cm
No. 47f Chicago express 7:25 pui
No. 6 Vestibule limited 11:09 pm
No. Clave. Express, ar. O. T.4 V. -
R. Howard st. statloa 9:30 am
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
No. 6 Vestibule limited
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mall
No. 7f Chlcato express
Arrive lrom the v. est.
No. f Vestibule limited
No. 44 Pittsburg express
No. Oblcao-Altron fast mall
i nij MjRrntKN nmo tr ction co.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
I Time Curd. May 27, 1S.
! Cars leave Akron 6.3) a m.. every halt
hour; t.SO a.m. until 7 p.m. and at 8, 9 and
I Leave Cleveland 8 a.m, e ery half hour;
a m. until 3 p m and i.t 3. 10 and 11:10 p m.
THE BEST RAILROAD
,.,... . ,L ,
With the Best Trams Through the Best
pi D.ain.-.n rrr n,,; n,,..
f vuuiitij 1 uiiiitui, uutj wi.imij uai,.
The Southern iailay in connec
tion with the Queen & Crescent
Route, fonns th gieat short-line
highway from Louisa illeaud Cincin
nati to the piineipal joints in Ten
nessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida.
Louisatia. North and South Carolina
with direct steamer connections for
Havana, Cuba: Nassau, N. P., and
Key West. Double daily trains with
through bleepeits. Only 24 hours to
Jacksonville; 54 hours to Havana.
All agents sell tickets via tho
Sonthern railway. Round-trip tick
ets to principal southern resorts.
Ask your nearest ticket agents for
rates and other information, or writo
to U. A.Baird, Tra. Pass'r agent,
Louisville, K.,or J. C. Ream, jr.,
N. W. Pas"r agent, 80 Adams st.,
Chicago, HI., or Win. H. Tajloe, as
sistant general passenger agent,
Lotiisv ille, Ky.
er leaves CI eland h p.m.. arrives
BulTalo (1:20 a.m., Niagara Falls Sn.
111. Tickfts g.Mii I"i das. J'hono
42 or sec t I). llonodle.
ticket agent I'liiim dtpot. for further
$19.15 to Mackinac hland and Return.
Including ine.ils and berths. For
further information enquire of C. I).
llonodle, I'nion dtpot. Tel. 42.
On Sunday. July 2.1, IM-U, tho
Northein Ohio r.ulwa will run a
popular cheap excursion to Toledo,
sqieeial ti.1111 ill have Akron at
.":tK 11.111. Ili'i l "." round trip. For
fuither infoim.iiioii call upon agent
nl X. railwav.
WAaTClOa!- of b-jd health thr-l
frr If rmpte inl IAi iei.liiicil.