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Our Second Gigantic
July 22nd at 8 O'clock
Mr. 0. A. Lockhnrr, the
authorized aaent of the mills,
will be here to take charge of
the sale and will explain pub
licly, on our floors, how these
mill ends are made and how
thev can be sold so cheap.
Besides having lots of mill
ends "we have bought out
several other lines, among
which is a big wash skirt bar
gain. You never saw skirts
at these prices before in
Trimmed wash skirts in chambray
and crash and denim, never sold
for less than 50c and $1
P.K crash and denim skirts,
trimmed, pleated on the back,
well finished seams, regular $ 1.50
25 different cut styles in P.K.
crash, duck and covert skirts,
trimmed and buttons on the back
"White P.K. also coverts and
linen, P.K. have two rows of
wide insertion running up and
down. They were made to sell
for ?3 75, $4.50
These skirts won't be on sale
before Saturday morning when
we ask you to come at 8 o'clock,
before the rush gets too strong.
150-152 South Howard St.
It brings these most
wanted goods to you at
a mere fraction of their
$1.50 a pair
Rich Steel Engravings
Authentic pictures of the
battles of Santiago and Manila
and are the most famous pic
tures ever engraved in this
country; given FREE with
purchases of $5 and upwards.
Shoe and Trunk House
122 S. Howard St.
S. & G.'s POINTERS
If wo arc rousting nearly 100,000 lbs.
of coffee annually and the consump
tion of coffee is 9 lb'S.per capita, we
must be supplying over 11,000 mouths
direct with pure, wholesome, unadul
terated coffee. We want to double
thn. Drink fi. & G."s 25c Java and
Mocha blend and you will Join us.
164 S. Howard o-fc.
John G. Engelhart. "Wm. F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
Mfrs.'of the Engelhart Hot Water
311 E. Mill st." Tel. 45
Local News ?&.
ii np lift n ;
I HI LI 111 UUlUj
Has Never Returned.
Husband Commenced an
Action For Divorce.
A Sensational Case Heard
Old Damage Claim
to Have Called Names
The sensational divorce case com
menced by Thomas J. Guinagle was
heard in Common Pleas court Wed
nesday. About two years ago the plaintiff,
who is a traveling salesman, re
turned to his home at Barberton to
find that his wife was missing.
An investigation revealed the fact
that Mrs. Guinagle had departed for
parts unknown in company with a
well-known man about town, one
John Peters, who had the reputation
of being a gambler.
Since that time nothing has been
heard of either the man or woman
and their present whereabouts are
unknown. Mr. and Mrs. Guinagle
had been married but a short time
when the elopement look place. He
charges her with willful absence and
Old Case Dismissed.
The old and complicated damage
case of Ernest J. Brunswick vs. The
Akron Street Railway & Illuminat
ing company has been dismissed.
The action was filed Dec. 1, 1897.
The da mage claim has been settled.
Clara E. Styers was granted a
divorce Wednesday from Lemuel
Styers. She was restored to her
maiden name of Brennen. She
charged wilful absence.
William Huyler has filed an action
asking damages in the sum of $3,000
from Samuel Bearich. He alleges
that the latter falsely called him a
thief iu the presence of numerous
A transcript of the case of the
State vs. Chas. M. Oberlin has. been
filed in Probate court from the
docket of Justice Henry W. Howe,
A jury is hearing the case to fix
damages to the property of Elsie
Sieber by reason of the East Market
Coroner lieberman has filed the
property found in the clothes of
Jacob Housman in Probate court.
Frank Schafer jr., Akron . . . . .24
Helen Kollmar, Akron 23
For Picnic Akron Lodge
Invitations Sent to Many Cities Pro
gram of the Sports.
Extensive arrangements are being
made for the Pathfinders' picnic
which will be held at Silver lake
Saturday, July 29, under the auspices
of Akron lodge No. 1.
The music will be furnished by
tho Eighth Regiment band. Invita
tions have been sent to Pathfinder
lodges of the surrounding cities and
towns and a large attendance is ex
pected. The executive committee on ar
rangements for tho picnic is com
posed of the following named per
sons: Chairman R. D. "Westfall,
John Nye, George W. Jordan, A. T.
Durandand George M. Pomeroy.
Free lemonade and coffee Avill be
served during the noon hour.
The program of sports consist,-, of
the following features:
Boys' race, for boys from 10 to 1G
years; race for boys, under 10 years;
race for girls from 10 to 16 years;
race for girls under 10 years; baby
show, prize to be given for prettiest
boy baby and prettiest girl baby;
team work, for members of Lodge
No. 1 only; base ball game be
tween the North End Athletic
club and the team from the Good
rich Rubber works, prize Vb to win
ner; lean men's race, fat men's race,
lean womens race, fatwomen's race,
egg race, for women onlyj.worrren's-
bhnd race, three-legged race, iaelc
race, women's walking race, tugofr
war for men, tug-of-war for women;
tug-of-war by Akron lodge No. 1 vs.
the field members, 10 to a side, one-
All colored Shirt Waists
new goods, good colorings,
big assortment of styles, at
the following great reduc
tions: 50c Shirt Waists 29C
75c Shirt Waists 39c
$1.00 Shirt Waists. .. 49C
$1.50 Shirt Waists 69C
$2.00 Shirt Waists 98c
We are giving great re
ductions on Pique Linen and
Denim Skirts. Don't miss
our Clearance Sale reduc
tion general throughout the
155-157 S. Howard street.
r-A GOOD THING IS
J THE FASHION J
Has a good thing in the way of HATS, MEN'S
FURNISHINGS and GRIPS at a good price for
4 the buyer.
CvroiATinl1ir Pnnii Tc-
jJACcpuuiidiij uuuu is uiw nauc m iaiuii
"Air Blast" Furnaces This Year.
y yWWJCWE5 BY
m ay& xfrElGER
"ey Aj) j "
May & Fiebeger
mile bicycle race, fourth-mile bicy
cle race, quoit match, men's boat
race, men's swimming race, woman's
swimming race, prize to best lady
waltzer and best gentleman waltzer.
Good prizes will be given winners
of the contests.
Itchness 'of the skin, horrible
plague. Most everybody afflicted in
one way or another. Only one safe,
never failing cure. Doan's Oint
ment. At any drug store, 50 cents.
Steamer for L.L. park 8 and 1 daily
SYMPATHY FOE STRIKERS.
Strong Resolutions Passed bj ctc York
Alderineu - lroecutiou of Com
pany Was Urged.
New Yokk, July 10. The Brooklyn
trolley strike was still on and iu all
likelihood there will be no end to the
labor trouble for several days to come.
The striking niotornieu and conductors
were very earnest aud they claimed
they were gaining ground. Ou the
other hand tho representatives of the
Brooklyn Traction company inserted
that the strike is oidy a nominal one.
Numbers of cars were run over the
several lines but tho time schedule was
not lived up to ou any of them, and a
fair estimate of the rolling stock iu
operatiou would be about 00 per cent.
No cars were run over the Flatlmsh ave
nue line to Brighton Beach.
There was some rioting and a few ar
Tho board of aldermen of the Greater
New York unanimously adopted a reso
lution, which, after a sympathetic pre
"Resolved, That the municipal u
seaibly of the city of New York extends
its sympathy to tho striking railroad
employes iu their effort to secure better
wages aud shorter hours, and requests
tho managers of the several railroads
on which strikes are occurring to agree
that all differences between employer
and employes be adjudged by arbitra
tion. "Resolved, That the corporation
counsel bo aud ho is hereby requested
to take such action as will compel tho
railroad companies doing business in
the city of New York to live up to tlt
( Another 'nme For Him.
"tt'hat Is a Mugwump?" asked
'.'A.nessimlsfc." answered thenattye.
"iTeL'fnnzsec uq thing good likanithing,
artd wben things don't" 'come his way
be' alms to make them a little worse."
Akron has been visited by adver
tising features of all kinds, but the
latest is C. J. Franci-- Linden and
Edw. D. Muriel as the Original Rube
and his wife Sal. who are advertising
the Ohio OolTee ami Spice Co. of Co
lumbus'. O.. roasters of the celebrated
brand o' White Star coffee. Their
appeai mice on the streets of Akron
last night caused much merriment
and applause. They came on Satur
day, making a decided hit. Of all
advertising schemes this .surely takes
Must Lower Tracks.
The County Commissioners, Tues
day, ordered the Erie railroad to
lower its tracks a foot at the Main
st..and Miller avp. crossings in Cov
entry township. The B. & O. and
C. A. & C. tracks will be raised ten
inches. This will put the tracks on
Died I if California.
Mills Beardsley, a former Akron
man, aged about 55 years, died a
few days ago at Oakland, Cal. His
home was in Salt Lake city, Utah.
He was a brother of Mis, Geo.
Hart of Cuyahoga Falls. His wife
and two sons survive him.
BADGER, VAN NESS g CO.
123 S. Howard. f
fVi TVoIa in A Iri-nri S
Orders received up
to date indicate it
will be almost im
possible to supply
If we could get all
users of furnaces to
try ours one month
in zero weather we
could sell to all -of
HMI4-H6 Nonn iMd street.
The Finger of Time
Points to the Desirability of Pttrc
and Reliable Drugs.
Iing life mill perfect health arc possibly
only when the bu'st drun', lire used. The sitt
ing of a penny counts for untiling if the
ilriis purchased Is Ineffective.
The Virtue iu Drugs
! readily sen from our slock. Hero
:ire tho best as represented In strength,
purity mid freshness. Xo high rnmllty
d rugs wcro over sold :it m Iowh price, but
we do not make a ipeclitltv of the cheap
mill, ml m s Ji
Money to Loan
ip- yo- find
WE: AIIl LOAN
VOU ON TERMS
ItWIC vitl innUo I011113 from f5 to UJKO on
Watches, Diamonds, Household Goods,
Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons, Currinces,
Store and Office Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies, ltonts. Con
tracts. WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY
WHATKVKR. AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM PROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Private Offices.
I W X 111 (III
193 South Howard St.,
Loams made tie uune'day. Open evenings.
Fhme 1522 and 812.
m yiif yil Aw 'W
IPn-slffirL ' n mW 1
Vo have secured from -fcr publishers
a limited number of sets of -the NEA "XAEFSINSEIFS
30 Massive Volumes
Five Volumes of American Supplement
These we will sell while they last at the following prices and terms:
Cloth Binding $45.00 (formerly $04.50) $1.00 down and $3.00 per month thereafter
Half Morrocco Binding $60.00 formerly $91.50) $2.00 down and $4.00 per month thereafter
Sheep Binding $T5.00 (formerly $98.50) $3.00 down and $5.00 per month thereafter
With each set we furnish FEEE of charge ONE OAK BOOK CASE and A GUIDE, a book of 4G0 paces which outlines 66 courses of
reading and euhauces the value of the BRITANNICA ten fold.
THE ENTIRE SET IS DELIVERED UPON RECEIPT OF THE FIRST PAYMENT
M. 0'NEIL & CO., Selling Agents For Akron, 0.
LEFT TO GENERAL OTIS.
Cabinet Decided tu Allow lllm to Deal
With Newspaper Correspond
ed' "Hound llobln.
Washington, July IS). A decision, it
wus said, was reached at the cabinet
meet to tdlow the matter of tho "round
robin" of the newspaper correspond
ents to' drcp. At au informal conference-
held at the White House the night
before the subject -was thoroughly dis
cussed and such a policy agreed upon.
This it is stated, was confirmed at the
cabinet meeting. Officially the matter
will be ignored and General Otis will
be allowed to tre.it it as ho may deem
FIGHTING IN SAMOA.
NtiTs Klllftt Hud Others Wounded.
Three riiief-t ArreMl Chamber
Wanted to lte.iii.
Apia, Samoa, July 11, via Auckland,
K. Vi July 1!). Iu flghtiiiK which oc
curred at Sofat.t, in the Suateles dis
trict, July 4, ouo Jlalietoa chief was
mortally wonnded and two Mataafa
chiefs and ouo Suatelo were killed aud
three others wounded. The British
cruiser TauraujM and tho German
cruiser Cormoran arrestod three chiefs
and brought them to Apia for trial be
fore tho supremo court.
Tho joint couunis.-ioncrs will leave
for Washington July IS.
Chief Justice Chambers will leave for
San Trancisco ou the bteamer Moana
on July 14. Not desiring to return, he
eeut his resignation to President Mc
Kiuley, who, it was said, did uot wish
his resignation. Tho question whether
this constituted a vacancy in the chief
justiceship was discussed by the com
missioners. Dr. Soli' claimed that he
would preside over tho supreme court if
Chambers lett the island. If there was
no vacancy then either Hunter or Slair,
it was thought, might bo designated to
till tho chief justiceship.
Advice n (.'otnsts.
.Mashie Our caddie lost all the balls
at the picnic the other day, and ouly
for an lnspiratiou we should have had
no game of golf.
Brassie What did you do?
Mashie We used the hard boiled
eggs from the lunch baskets. Town
To make au extra line ginger snap
take 1 qt. best K. O. molasses, 1 lb.
brown sugar, 1 lb. lard. I o.. bestgiu
ger, ., oz. best cinnamon, l'2 os.
soda, l pint water, 4 lbs. Hour. Mix
and form into a stiff dough, bake in
a quick or hot oven.
If it is uot convenient for you to
bake this kind of Ginger Snap, you
can get them ht Mo'del Bakery. I'rice
Ifca pound. 'Phone SU4.
!S. B. LAFFERTY.
1 1 1 !
$i ana $i.iu ;
-. . - i - m '
Ladies' black oxfords
Ladies' black shoes
75c ana $1.50
Men's tan shoes
.... $1.25 to $3.50
Mens black shoes.
The above are
ill rrrefl W
I irnliia m-wl ,1 , o 1- I rv lvinrnp 9
Special inducements dur
in? July and August on
Trunks and Satchels,
M. I 1 1
110 S.Howard st.
DEATHS IN CUBA.
Beport Hade by General Urooke Cable
gram Regarding the Yellow
Washington", July 19. The follow
ing was received at the war department
from General Brooke:
Havana, July 17.
Death report July 16: Quemados,
Farrier William Jfeary, Company B,
Seventh cavalry, typhoid, died 13th.
Puerto Principe, Sergeant William Lap
pin, F, Fifteenth infantry, died Ciego
de Avila 14th, pernicious malarial fever; ;
Unassigued Recruit John Fitz.Fifteenth
infantry, died 14th, yellow fever.
WASiUKQToy, July 19. Surgeon Gen
oral Sternberg received the following
cablegram from Major O'Reilly, chief
surge-on at Havana:
"Harvard telegraphs since and in
cludiug 12th inst. Taken sick, medical
officers. 1; female nurse- 1; hospital
corps, 2; soldiers, 3; civilians, 14.
Deaths Soldier , 1; hospital corps, 1,
and civilians, '.. Troops now quito free
and safe; very few Americans left in
city. Kb now cases at Mauzanillo."
NEW VOLUNTEER OFFICERS.
Those Appointed From 'enu3laiiio,
Ohio, Wet Virginia tiud Maryland.
Wasuixotov, July 19. Additional
appointments- to the volunteer army
wore made by tho president. Some of
To be captain:
Samuel W. Kennedy, major First
To bo lirst lieutenants:
Kaolin L. Whitson, first sergeant
Fifth Maryland voluuteers; William A.
Castle, captain Seventh Ohio; Frank
Lowry, Seventh Ohio voluuteers; Geo.
L. Wood, second lieutenant Second Ohio
To be second lieutenants:
John C. Cassels, sergeant Third Penn
sylvania voluuteers; William H. Lyons,
major First West Virginia; A, K.
Deitsch.uou-commissiouod officer Tenth
Ohio voluuteers; Harry D. Mitchell.lieu
touaut Second Ohio; Francis W. Rals
ton, Jr., first sergeant Battery A, Penn
sylvania voluuteers; David A. Suydcr,
first sergeant Tenth Ohio volunteers;
Miles Was In full Charge.
Washington', July 19. General Miles
was very busy in tho discharge of the
full duties of secretary of war, in addi
tion to those which fell upon him as
commanding general of tho army. He
received frequent communications from
the bureau chiefs, and also had personal
conferences with Adjutant General
Corbiu, Quartermaster General Luding
ton, Surgeon General Sternberg aud
the chief of ordnance. It is said that
all these conferences had reference
solely to tho routine business of the war
Ordered lo JInve It lilee.
Washington", July 10. Acting Sec
retary of War Miles directed the re
maining battalion of the Nineteenth in
fantry at Camp Meade to go to San
Francisco, to embark for Manila the
25th on the Ohio and Newport.
Alters JSack In WaslUngton,
Wasui.ngtox, July 19. Secretary and
Mrs. Alger returned to tho city from
Long Branch, where they had been the
guests of Tico President and Mrs. Ho-
QUIET STRIKE AT CLEVELAND.
State Itomil r Arbitration M'us Tr.ilus
in .tettlo the Trouble.
Ci.kvki.axd, July 19. Whether or
not tho quiet- that prevailed precedes a
btorm to come in the street railway
strikc was the question that everybody
was a&kiii. The htrikers were pursu
ing different tactics from those followed
in the former btrike. They wore not in
terfering with the uon-union men who
were operating cars, nor would they tell
what their plans are.
The ollieials of the compauy also re
fused to talk, but they operated cars ou
several of the lines under police protec
tion without molestation. Preparations
wero being made to resume operations
on other hues, aud it was apparent that
new men wero to bo secured to take the
places of tho strikers. The state hoard
of arbitration was trying to bring about
GAHAN, TOO, DECLINED.
Lllto llarilson. He Refused to Attenil
tlin Democratic! Meeting
Chicago, July 19. Tho fight between
tho regular Democratic organization of
Cook conuty, and the state of Illinois,
represented by Mayor Harrison and Na
tional Committeeman Gahan, ou the
ono side, and tho Altgold wing of Deio.
ocracy, which supported ox-Governor
Altgeld as an independent candidate for
mayor at tho last election, on tho other,
has reached an acute stage and threat
ened to involve the national committee
in spite of the strenuous attempts being
made to keep local quarrels out of the-proceadings-
at uoxf Thursday's meet
ugof fha national committee an this
lieu. Thomas Gahan, national com
mitteeman from Illinois, in an open let
ter to the leaders of .tho Altgeld ele
Kitchen Stove? Kone.
not buy the BEST?
STOVES AND RANGES
ARE CERTAINLY THE BEST
All styles and sizes at....
The Jahant Oo.
166 South Howard St.
OF .KlliOI, OHIO,
the Year Ending June 30, 1899.
Cash on hand at close of last
term $ 8,5tt 99
Paidupetock 26,429 00
Certificates of deposit . 21,476 07
Dues on running stock . 44,202 95
Stock, on pass-book loans re
paid , . 210 00
Premium ,.. 576 95
Interest i 7,189 06
Refunding of insurance aud
taxes. 187 77
Other receipts 34 90
Total : $103,87109
EARNINGS FOR TERM.
Pass-books and transfers...
.? 7,7fit 51
Car-li on hand $ 7,803 93
Loans on mortgages. 113,794 59
Loans on stock and pass-books 100 00
Furniture and fixtures 84 50
Due for insurance and taxes.. 155 74
Interest and premium due ... 616 07
Real estate 2,596 58
State of Ohio, Summit county, as.
I hereby certify that the above statement is true and corresponds with the
books of the association. WM. H. EVANS, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me In my presence this 15th day of July
1SS9. Seal ' W. R- TALBOT, Notary Public
ment of tho party, explains his reason I
for declining to attend the Auditorium
mcetiug of Thursday night, and by in-
direction appeals to his colleagues of the
uatioual committee to refrain from at-
tending tho Alteold meetiug. Interest
is added to the occasion by tho report of
GovernofAltgcld's friends that Bryan,
some days ago, accepted an invitation
to address the meeting.
Gahau's chief reason was the asser
tion that the men on the committee on
arrangements aud auxiliary committees
opposed the regular Democratic nominee
for mayor aud other men on tho regular
JOHN R. M'LEAN FOR BKYAN.
Wrote He Couldn't Imagine Whj-
Mioulit lie Supet'teil of Enmity.
Daytov, O.. July 19. The Evening
News printed the following letter from
J. K. McLean to Joseph H. Dowling:
Nai:i:ao vxsett Piek, July 12.
J. H. Dowlins. D.iyton. O.:
- My Dear Dowijxg I cannot imag
ine how any man can think lam against
Mr. Bryan after the Dublie declarations
of my paper, the Cincinnati Enquirer. I
write you this letter so that you mav
show it to anyone you wish, and I hope
that you will show it, as I feel that I
have tho friendship of Mr. Bryan and
that ho has mine.
J. B. McLean".
ICeciproclty Treaties Signed.
Washington-, July J9. Special Pleni
potentiary Kassan for tho United States
aud Secretary and Charge Tower, for
Great Britain, signed at tho state de
partment tho reciprocity treaties mado
tinder the terms of section 4 of tho
Dinclcy Mritr act with Bermuda and
the "other West Indian colonies. The
treaties were concluded some weeks
ngo ami sent to tho British foreign of
lieo and to tho colonies for approval,
i'he approval having been given the for
mal signature to the several instrument?
To Avoid JIlapprhe-nsloi&
Guest AblThen you are a. musician?
What Instrument do you play?
Musician The first fiddle.
nis Wife (emphatlcally)-But only In
the orchestral Tlt-BIU.
article do you use more than the
Well then, in buying a stove whv
Loans on mortgage security-. $ 60,711 60
Loans on stock or pass-books
Withdrawals of paid-up stock
Withdrawals of certificates of
drawaNof rnnniiifr stnefc
Interest on certificate;
posit . . .. ..
Expenses, including salaries.
Insurance. . .
Real estate ...
Cash on hand
Total.. I. . $1037169
PROFIT AND LOSS.
Dividends .... . . .$ 5,454 97
Interest on certificates of de
posit -. 217 89
Expenses 1,511 13
To fund for contingent losses. 582 52
Paid-up stock and dividends.. $ 90,967 35
Certificates of deposit.
running stock .
Fund for contingent losses.
PAfnrp Riivincr o
It will pay to call aud get our a
prices. and see the celebrated p
Cleveland Hot Air
S Guaranteed to be the BEST in
I Walsh & Co.
I Hardware Dealers
No. 1050 South Wain st.
i X ear Hankoy Lumber Co.
Phono 1G44. f
Lakeside, July 20
GIVE! BY THE
Peerless Dancing Club
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
VA.NTED Woman to wash and Iron, or
bate bread, in exchange for muslo lessont
by competent teacher. Call or address 20o
St Collese st. "TB
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