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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 HortgaRe Notes.
LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
FOR SALE A fine Jersey cow and heifer
calf. Inquire at 111 Adams St. 70-O
FOR SALE Good two-horse horizontal
engine. In good condition. "Write to W.J.
Swisher. Wadsworth. O. 77-70
FOK SALE No 122-121 Bare St., barn, well.
cistern, two good houses at a great bargain;
two 6-room house- on Bare St., only $900
each; three lots at a bargain; new house on
Raymond st., with furnace, only ji,400;new
house on Snyder st., only $1,000; Xo. 115
Kilns st- at u sacrifice; bargains In all parts
of the city. Call and see them. Money loaned.
Tel. 510. G. W. GRIDLEY.48 Central Bldg.
FOR 8ALE Fine oak, upright, folding
bed; 2 walnut bedsteads, 2 lounges, 1 marble-top
wash stand, 1 walnut wash stand, 1
child's bed. This second-hand furniture is in
ttatwY ivinHlftnn an1 -lll 1u mlrt nhaonlf cnlri
at once. Inquire at Xo. 554 E. Buchtel are.
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Chlce building stone by car load; also
brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders
flll-d on short notice. C. H. Jones, 347 South
FOR SALE Choice lots on Miller nv.und
Bachtelav. at bargain prices. Bear in mind
that these lots are on graded streets, Just off
of car line, in good neighborhood, conven
ient to schools and South End industries
and some as low as $200. Money loaned to
build houses. J. I. BACHTEL,
Phone 722. I'M South Howard st.
We have a J7.500 home, first-class In e ery
particular to sell at the extreme low figure
of $5,000. 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. 398. 209 S. Howard St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN From 5.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattle se
curity and allow the goods to remain in
your possession. Can repay us In monthly
lnstallnients. Room 14, Arcade block. Of
fice hours. 8:9) to 11:30 u. in., 1:30 to 5 u. m.
L. C. MILLEK fc IVY MILLER.
KiO per month, middle-aged imin, insldu
position of trust. 1508. Main. 63tf
SW per month, managing hotel, house
keeper. 158 8. Maln-t. 63tf
1100 per month, man and wife as manag
ing partner and office matron, yearly en
gagement, particulars 156 S. Main st. 63tf
110 per week guaranteed at start, quick ad
vancement aiicrinai term 11 merited, par
ticulars 154 S. Main st. 3 young men wanted,
office positions. &ttf
YOUNG man for our Massillou office,
prominent place, worth af tr trial $15 per
weeK, can ioois. .Main su, oou
"WANTED 'Woman to wash and iron, or
bake bread, in exchange for music lesions
by competent teacher. Call or address 208
8. College St. 77-79
MAN and wife for Youngstown branch
office, swell established cash business, f0
Ser month assured, yearly engagement, two
ays only, particulars 1M S. Main st. (Btf
WANTED A few good lady agents.
Steady employment and good pay to right
parties. Apply at 173 S. Main st. between 3
and 4 p. m. 75-77
LOST Small vest pocket route list book
with owner's name. Bert McCoy, Seville, O.,
on inside cover. Finder will please return
It to Empire House office and receive re
TELEPHONE 875 when you want help,
no cost, no trouble, 25 years established, of
fices from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Akron
office 156 S. Main st. 63tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE A good building lot on Brown
rv. Will be sold cheap if bought at once.
Address I.O., care Democrat. 1S8
Before yon start on your .vacation drop in
and arranee 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. Newoomb,
District Agent. Earter Block. Telephone 6S3.
STEPHEN C. MILLEK, Attorney-at-law.
.Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 163 South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
FOB REPAIRING See George Hanellne.
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.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. '
Homes on monthly payments, straight 7
percent Interest. 1 have homes ranging
from $550 to $6,000. Can beat all competitors.
MASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount ot money
to loan on good real ettats security.
Low raw of Interest. Terms most
149 S. Hotvsri sU Phones 582 and S93
240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE
OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET
RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY
TERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE
50xr. CALL ON OR ADDRESS
M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR.
WANTED TO LOAN
' $1,000 to 13,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Male & Coa-fcos
Everett block. Tel. 1523
A pure whiskey agrees with any
food, in fact aids digestion, it tones
the stomach, increases the flow of
gastric juices and so promotes
strength and flesh. A pure whiskey
liko HARPER Whiskey. SOLD BY
144 S. Howard St., Akron, O.
New machinery, new location.
We guarantee our Tvork. High
gloss or domestic finish.
Nob. 132-137 North Howard st.
ii lie, Sewer Pipe
TeL 124. 128 north Main sU
If you want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but
first-class horses kept in stock.
N. R. STELNER, Prop.. Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
You Must Eat to Live
why not come where yon ret
the BEST HEALS at all hours?
DETTLING BROS., Props.
200-202 E. Market St.
This week and next will be a delightful time
ior moonjignt trip oy steamer iirummer
Boy to Long Lake. Secure a date and char
ter boat at less than streetcar fare to out-of-town
resorts for fish frjs and parties.
Cutting: School Reopened.
Mrs. R. C. Gingell has reopened
her Cutting and Dressmaking school
and will teach one of the latest sys
tems. She is located at No. ISO
South Main St., second floor, where
she will be pleased to see all former
For Drugs, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Clears come to the
New Drug Store
At ITo. 1123 S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
During; Elk's Fair Week
Of two ar more of
the following articles.
One sack Crystal Flour
"One lb of Oriole or any kind of teas
One lb of Guiana or any kind of
Two dozen Pickles
12T N. Howard st.
Jucob Wolf, whose last known place of
residence wns nt Saginaw, in the State of
Michigan, will take notice that on the 6th
ilny of July, 1899, John Wolf, executor of the
last will of Eva Wolf, deceased. Hied his
petition in tho Probate court of Summit
county. Ohio, praying for the allowance of
bis individual claim against the estate of
said decedent, in the sum of $855.00, for
lioardiug, caring for and maintaining her
from Dec. 12, 18SS, to March 28, 1899, at the
rate of $5.00 per week.
Said petition will be for hearing in -aid
Probnte court, on the 10th day of August,
1899, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Executor as afore-ald.
Dated July 0, 18W.
July 6 13 20
is restched quickly and com
The Overland Limited
Of the Chicago, Union Paci
fic fc North-Western line,
leaving Chicago every day
at 6:30 p.m., -reaching Cali
fornia in three days.
The Pacific Express leaves
Chicago every night at 10:30.
No change of cars, choice
of route going and returning
and long time limit on
For "'particulars ask
your nearest ticket agent or
Chicago & North-Western Ry.
Chicago, 193 Clark st.
Cleveland, 127 The Arcade
Clutrlr-t I). Klliolt Died.
P"T?SV1UJ: Pa- July 20. Charles
D. Elliott, associate editor of the PottK
ville Daily Kepublicau, died roddenlv
at his residence. Mr. Elliott was 60
years of age.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders
Are Without a Rival.
I ABHUAL SALES OVER 6,000,000 BOXES.
; lo cents anil 2S cents, nt nil dnis storrs. ,
ttTMc Assertions as to JTmst Wktl
til Remedies WU1 Co.
tbt his Rwastlsm
Car will csrs &ssrt7
an cam of rbnest
tlsm la a few boors;
that his Dyspepsia Oars
will ear lndijj-itkn ssd
sll ttomtdi traublet;
that bis Kiia-r Can
will cure 90 pr-eeot.
of aU cues of kldse?
troublt; tbst Hi Ca
tarrh Curs win rr
eaurrh so natter, bow
lenje tasdlsr tbat bis
Headicne Ours will ears
B7 kind of headache la
a few minutes; tbat
til Cold On will
quickly break up any
fern et cold sad a eo through the entlrr list ef
remedies. At sll drasgiita, 25 cents s iUL
If you beed medical advice write Prof, luraros
UCB Arab s Ptlla. It ia staolutclr tras
.iittmoIllf- Company ir'iir .'ilt&burff.
D .vek. Del.. July 20. Pitt-burs and
Allegheny c.ipuahst-. with $1,000,000
ot carr.tal lo k at tiie begminugof bust
lies', received :i charter for manufactur
ing and celling automobiles in the name
of the United States Motor company.
The company will also make other elec
oloneli. iif Volunteer.
WAMii.MiTov. July 20. Captain Will
iam K. Barkheimer, Third artillery, and
Captain Lyman YV. B. Kennon, Sixth
infantry, were named colonels of vol
nnters. How Women
may Keep Young
The real secret of youthful features
in women is regular menstruation.
If there is an irregularity of any
nature if the menses be suppressed
or too scanty, too profuse or painful
the trouble -will show in the face.
The eyes will be encircled with
black, the skin sallow; blotches
and pimples will appear, and the
sufferer, although young in yeare,
will appear old in looks. The un
failing remedy is
Braofield's Female Resulator
It cures all ills of the womanly or
gans, Falling of the Womb. Lencor
rhoea or Whites and Bearing-down
Pains. Cures Backache, Headache
and Nervousness, all of which are
due to weakness in the same organs.
Lares battles are sold by Druggists for $1.
TILE BlXADflELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta, Oa.
Wahixgio., July -JO. A htatemeiit
prepared at the war department hhowetl
that of 06 o.iccrs ami 1 .oil! enlisted uii'ii
of the Second Oregon regiment only -i-j
were killed in battle or died of diseaso
during the campaign in the Philippine.-;,,
a percentage or 3.ti. The total number
of oflk-ers ami men to be mustered oat
nt. Sau Pruni'i-co are 1,104, a number of
dibcharges luviug been previously
niade. Ouly two men were marked as
Told By An Akron
For the Benefit
The greatest importance attached
to the following is that it concerns
an Akron citizen. It would lose
threo-quarters of its interest if it in
volved some resident of Kalamazoo,
Mich., or Woonsocket, R. I." Like
all the testimony which has appear
ed here and like all which will fol
low about the Old Quaker remedy;
Doan's Kidney Pills, it comes from
residents, fellow-citizens and neigh
bors. No other remedy can show
such a record of home cures. Bead
Mrs. M. J. Vealey, of 121 East
North street, says: "I had tried
about every kidney medicine I knew
of when I got Doan's Kidney Pills
from Lamparter & Co.'s drug store
on South Howard street, but nothing
before ever gave me positive relief.
It is now six months since I stop
ped the treatment and I have not
had a single attack of the backache
which before bothered me all the
time. I sleep soundly and my kid
neys are strengthened. I can say
positively that Doan's Kidney Pills
are superior to any other kidney
medicine I ever used and I tried
nearly all of them."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers ; price 50 cents a box. Mailed
on receipt of price by Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for
the TJ. S. Remember the name
Doan's and take no substitute.
WHEAT 66 CENTS.
July 20, 8 p.m. Butter, creamery
23c, country 18 to 20c, cooking 10c
lard 10c; eggs 17c; chickens, 15c per
Corn, ear 25c per bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 35c; hay 55c
to 65c a hundred; straw 35c a
Potatoes 65c per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 3 for 10c.
Celery 3 bunch for 10c.
Wax Beans 15c a measure.
Tomatoes, home grown 10c per II. .
New beets, 4c, 3 for 10c.
Summer squash, 10c to 16c u pie-e.
New potatoes, 25c to 30o a peck.
Peas, 12ic a uieaBiire.
Itiibpberries, 10c qt. or 3 for 2oc.
Gooseberries, 8 to 10c qt.
Home grown cabbage, 8c head.
Wheat 66c; oats 29c to 30c; corn,
ear, 19c; corn, shelled, 38Jc: hay,
$8.50 to"$ll ; rye, 58c.
Butter, creamery, 19c: country 12 to
15c; lard, 6 to O.c; eggs. 13c;
chickens, live 9c, dressed 12c.
Navy beans,1.3l, l.4; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Potatoes, 40c a bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1,8& No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 7.JA, No. 2 6c, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10.c, No. 2, 9Jc;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2. 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts, lamb skins
Pork, dressed, 5JK live 3 lo 5c,
beef, dressed, 8Mc t'j 9c, live
5c to 6c; mutton, live. 4c to 5c;
dressed, 8o to 9c; spring Iamb,
12c; pork, loins. 8c; veal, live
5c to 6, dressed, 10c.
Sugar-cured ham, lOJfTc to lljc;
shoulder, 5c; Calif onria ham,
7o; bacon, 7c; dried beef,
16 to 19c; lard, simou puro,
6Jciutub;6c in tierces; country
kettle 5c; pure lard, 6Jc.
llffl QUITS AUG. I.
Suddenness of His Resignation
Was a Surprise.
EXPECTED, Blir MM SO S00S.
ttelMeJohn Likely to Hare Charge or the
tMrtrnerit For a Time Gossip About
Probable Sueceor Corbln Said Hs
Washington. July 20. Secretary
Alger teudered to the president his res
ignation of the war portfolio, which is
to betiiuie effective Auir. 1, though It
was teudered "at the pleasure of the
prveiileut." Gosrfpbegan as to his suo
cetor, but it was -entirely speculative,
for notwithstanding the reports that
Mr. AlgeLWonld not loug continue at
the hK.41ie war department his
actual 'flPuatiou came suddenly and
unexpectedly- That it would come by
tho end iif the year was generally be
liev -d. but ki little was it expected at
tuis time that bouie of the cabinet officer.--
when the news first became public
were inclined to regard the announce
ment as premature, the unnouueement
that it was actuady in hand coming to
them in the nature of a surprise. For
mal acceptance of the resignation, it
wa said, will bo made in a letter to be
written within the next day or two.
No official btatement as to the cause
of the resignation was procurable either
from the president or from Secretary
Alger, neitner of whom would talk 011
the subject. Nor was the letter of
resignation obtainable at this time.
For the present nothing will be made
known officially concerning the sever
ance oi tue ouiciil relations between the
president and his war minister, but
later on the official correspondence clos
ing the latter's career as chief of the
war department doubtless will bo given
to the press.
The belief has prevailed in Washing
ton for some time that Secretary Alger
would resign from the cabinet, but the
date generally bet for it was toward the
close of the year after he had submit
ted his anundl report, in which ho in
tended to eum up what had been ac
complished dvriug his brief but event
ful direction of the war department.
Its tender then had been regarded as al
most a foregone conclusion in view of
Mr. Alger's anuooncemeut about a
mouth ago that ho had concluded to en
ter into competition for the vacancy iu
the United States senate to be caused
by the expiration of the term of Sena
tor McMillan, a strong supporter of the
administration, and that he had en
listed in his active support Governor
Piucree, to whom had been attributed.
free criticisms of the policy that was
supposed to be cherished by the presi
dent toward the Filipinos. " There had
beeU many explanations and denials of
the facts in that case, but intheeudthe
inpression was conveyed that the re
sult of the Michigan visit of the secre
tary had been to chauge the relations
between the president and himself to
such a degree as to make a restoration
of their former status impossible and to
render the connection of the two as part
of the same official tuinily undesirable.
At one time since then there was
ground, it was said, for the belief that
a rupture might bo avoided, but later
the news spread that Vice President
Hobart and Secretary Alger were in
conference at Normauhurat. It was
largely at least as a result ot this con
ference tluit Secretary Alger decided to
leave the cabinet at this time. At this
conference there were present besides
Secretary Alger, his military aide and
close personal and political friend aud
advisor, Major Hopkins, and perhaps
some other persons or person. Theie
had been no disclosure of what passed
by the seaside, but it was significant
that the return of the secretary to
Washington was followed by prompt
action. He arrived in Washington the
other night, too late to make any official
calls. Almost bctore the executive de
partments were opened for business in
the morning he called at the White
House aud visiting the president in his
omce announced that he had concluded
to resign his office.
What passed on that point between
himself aud the president is only a
matter of surmise, for neither have
anything to say on this point. Some
routine business pertaining to the war
department was disposed ot between
the president aud the secretary- and
then ilr. Alger wout over to his office
and spent some time with General Wil
son, chief of engineers, and Major
Hopkins, looking into the merits of a
controversy which had arisen over the
construction ot a drawbridge over a
navigable stream iu Michigan. Major
Hopkins had returned from a personal
iuspectiou of the locality and had pre
pared a report on the subject. Several
times they were interrupted by Adju
tant General Corbin, who had some
pressing current business requiring the
personal action of the secretary to bring
to his atteutiou.
This attended to, Secretary Alger
wrote out his formal letter of resigna
tion and personally carried it over to
the White House. His call on this oc
casion was brief, and when he returned
to the war department he closed the
door of liis office to most of tho many
callers who were in waiting and had a
long conference with Adjutant Corbin.
To the newspaper men who sought to
secure some expression from him tho
secretary was courteous but firm. On
the one side General Corbin and on the
ther Mr. Victor Mason, his private sec
retary, by his authority, as they said,
made the announcement that Secretary
Alger had submitted his resignation to
the president, to take effect at the pleas
ure of the nresideut.
At his residence iu the evening the
secretary was equally uncommunicative
and positively declined to assign any
reason for the action ho had taken. He
had called during tho afternoon upon
Secretary Hay at the state department.
Mr. Meiklejohn, tlw assistant secre
tary ot war, was supposed to be iu Wis
cousiu. He was expected to return to
The members of tho cabinet were all
disinclined to talk about the succession,
though oue did remark that tho Presi
dent luil made no mention of a name
to him, and he believed that no de
cision had yet been reached. He also
conveyed the impression that no ap
pointment would be made immediately,
but that Mr. Meiklejohn would be al
lowed to direct affairs for some time to
Come. Among the names which have
eeu mentioned from time to tune
trheu talk of Secretary Alger's forth
tomiug resignation has been rife were
thoso of General Hor.ico Porter of Now
York, now ambassador to France, Gov
ernor Roosovelt of New York, General
Harrison Gray Otis and Assistant Sec
retary Mciklojohn. Tho name of Gen
eral Corbin hud been meutioned iu con
nection with an ad interim appoint
ment, pendlug the selection of a per
manent occupant of the office. This
gossip also included questions of lo
cality, and the opinion waa expressed
hi some well posted, quarters that the
eelectiou would.he made from the west.
As to the report thaf General Oorbua
A mountain 0! dishes
r all tne limuy nave dined. They sre creasy
x, and hard to get clean with soap and water.
. easiest, quickest and cheapeft at to vasb
to ue a little
Cr ajiN dishes
H&y. The b
JOsi i dishes
would be secretaryad interim, au officer '
close to tho general said there was no
basis for the report; that tho president '
had never contemplated naming Gen
eral Corbin ad interim, aud tliat if such
an appoiutnieut were tendered it would
not os accepUd. There was some talk
also that General Corbin might be given
the jKirtfolio pt rma Jeutly, although this
wasregjrdedas improbable, eveuamoug
General Corbin's irieuds. There would 1
be precedent for such a course, however,
as iu the case ol General S.-hodeld's .
caDinet service. ,
The president went for a drive with '
his niece. Miss Dnucau, Lite- in the
afternoon handliug the reins himself.
In the evening secietary Hay. accom
panied by Senator Fairbanks ot Indiana,
bick from au ibs lection ot the Alaskan
bDuudiuy s.-at o. c.iiliculrv, came over
lor a talk. Secretary hitchcock and
Comptroller Dawes tailed aocially for a
few minutes. Thero was no evidence
of a cabinet conleruee, and 110 sugges
tion of auvihiug in that line. There
was nothing to give out for publication,
it was said.
Some of the cabiuet officers, when
.gain seen, said that they had felt that
the resignation was likely to come al
any time, but that they were so sur
prised at the published aunouueement
(hat it was actually in hand that they
were at lirst inclined to regard it as
Adjutant ucneral Uorbiu, while not
wishing to discuss auy ot the fact con
nected with the resignation, expressed
his personal regret at theturuof affairs.
"I feel great sympathy aud gout re
tpect for tho secretary." History will
show that if he lias erred it has bceu on
I he side of the soldier.ou the side of those
who were lighting the battle. No man
iu that position has ever had more at
heart tho iutere-ts of the soldiers, their
comfort and tlieir welfare. Time and
again he has slid to us that everything
must yield before the requirements of
the men iu the field, and if the funds
were lackiug he would .pay for it hiiu
ielf: Ho will leave the" department
with the respect and esteem of every
one in it.''
The transfer ot Attorney General
Griggs from the department of justice
to the war deputment was suggested
by those who Nero figuring on r-ecre-tary
Alger's successor. It was urged
that tho largely increased legal ques
tions which was constantly coming be
fore the war department as a com-e-queuco
of our new possessions make it
desirable that ito executive officer
should lie a man of legal attainments
and experience. In this connection the
name of .Hon. Klihu Hoot, tho well
known' New Vork lawyer,. was men
tioned. General James H. Wilson of
Delaware, now in tho volunteer estab
lishment and governor of the province
Summit Lake Park Theater
Tlie new bill for week commencing Monday, July 24th
is headed by the favorites
MclNTYRE & RICE
Others of the bill ure
DEVERE & KENAICK
DONNA B. SOB. and
.PerforiiKHice every evening with Saturday matinee. Take Bnpid
Transit cars. 15c round trip includes entrance to ground'; and admission
to theater. Phone 873.
HARRY HAVtriM, Manager.
AEEK -HLJL-Y iT-tlrk
The Bes-t E
The Famous Minstrel Tennor
Florence, Henri, King
Collins and Kay ,
Band Concert Sunday.
Via. C, A. &C. RV.
Train leaves Union
leave Columbus 7 p.m. and
Parlor ear seats 25c each
For a SUWEMJSR
To Detroit, Alackinac, Georgian Bay, Pctoskey, Chicago
Ko othor IJds ofltrs ft ItauaEia of &n roll-' of rl Tiutetj an! intemt.
Tear Tripi per TTk Be Ft ?
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
rXTOSZZT, "THE SOD." mHQXIITE
LOTT R.A1ES to Fletarti Bttttue tail
Rttsra.lBQladlaf Owbftad Berths, jtppreil.
mst Ct frB CleTtUad, $1&S0 from
Toledo, tl-tl rom Detroit, SlS.lt.
Send 2C for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address.
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ur ser ar )), rJoiJil)5?. Tht;
confronts the average bouse
m the dish-water. It acts like
magic, cuts the prease and makes
the dishes perfecUy clean. In fact
all cleaning is made easier by this
Sreat cleanser, and at ball the cost
For greatest economy bur our large package.
N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
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of Matauzas, Cuba, was also spoken of.
General Wilsou was a well known sol
dier in the civil war, and since had
been prominently identified with busi
ONE SOLDIER KILLED.
Insurgent i'irecl Upon the Guubuat La-
guua 1 ilay To or Our
Manila. July 20. The Spanish com
mission charged with negotiating for
the release of bpanish prisoners held by
the Filipinos expected to return to Tar
lac soon, with full authority to secure the
release of all the prisoners. The com
missioners hoped to be able to make ar
rangements under which the monoy to
be paid for the ransom of Spanish cap
tives would bo deposited iu the bank,
to bo drawn by the Filipinos at a future
date, so that "the money would not be
used to carry on the war against the
The Filipinos refused to allow civilian
pri-oners to embark on board a ship
leaving Ajiani, although they had pass
lorts signed oy .aguinaiao.
There were terrific rains here. In
consequence it was necessary to .use
boats in moving about the streets of
Manila and tho whole country was
flooded. The total precipitation up to
Wednesday iu July was about 25 inches
and in 31 hours 12 inches of rain fell.
Insurgents concealed on the bank of
the Rio Grande fired on the gunboat
Laguna de Bay, killing one boldier and
wounding two. The gunboat trained a
Gatliug gnu upon the shore and quickly
disposed of the insurgents.
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
asy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocers
CVIeftdWi'Esriiik Dtamiad Brufc
Original and Onir Genuine. A
CAfC. lwj retitblr. ladies A
InigUt for Chichester WuA Ha-JyV
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of tho Season
Mr. Banks, Winters and Eittle Noun,
The Celebrated Violinist
Sculptor and Lightning Clay Holder
"Brown's Night OIL"
Comedian and Vocalist
tleiuL 8:30 a.m.
12 :5 midnight.
CRUISE talco tlic
The Greatest Perfection
yet attained in Boat Con
Equipment, Artistic Fur
nishing, Decoration and
Day ae4 MgM Srrllfo B-lnet?
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Ttr, SI .50 Tth IMrcttoa.
Bertha, 1S. $1. StattrMtn, $1.75.
Connections are mtvla at Cleveland vttk
rr!ist Trains for all peiaM East, Booth
acd Southwest, and at Detroit fcr all jvoiata
North and Northwest.
SaadtyTHp Jnn Jnly, 4n(rrt.
sr pi emoer act imouri ucit
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l 1V . ir-inp tur ramc-M".
"XMIcr for l.r.!I-vTf-
.i. L ilt.lL XI1.000 rM-n.!
Of the City of Akron authorizing the
issue of bonds iu anticipation of
the collection of special assess
ment for tho improvement of
Johnston street from Arlington to
Section I. B? it ordained by the council
of the city of Akron (two-thirds of nil the
members elected thereto concurring) that
themaor end clerk of said cltv, in the
manner provided by chapter 1 of division 9
of title 13 of part llrtorthe revised stututei
of Ohio, benml the are here!) iiuthorlzed
Hiid empower"! to isue the bonds of siikl
city, for the purpose of pro kilns " fund for
ine iininximie payment 01 tne coi ana ex
pene of Improving John-ton street from
Arlington to McGowan streel toiheamouut
of 10,00u,und in the denominations und puv
able ut the time following, to-wit:
Two bonds of lji each, payable in one
year from their date.
Two lxmds of il,fl each payable in two
ear from their (Inte.
Two bond of JUWO eneli. lmvitble in three
years from their date.
Two bnnd of Jl.Ortl encli,pnyabl&!a four
yenrs from their date.
Two bonds of $l,0OD eftch, paynblu In live
years from tlieir date.
Sec.r. That said bond-, shall Ik dated
September 2, 1S9, shall express upon their
face the (1) name of the street and the por
tion thereof to lie improved and for which
they are issued, together with the purpose
of tlieir ls-ue; shall cite the state law und
the city ordinance authorl.liiL- their Iss-,ue:
shall leara rate of interest not exceeding
iour per cent per uunum, payable semi-un-nually;
shall bo signed by tho mayor und
city clerk and shall hnve nfttxed thereto the
corporate sen! of the city of Akron. They
shnll have interest coupon attached duly
signed by the city clerk and hnll be pay
able, both principal and Intere-tut N'ntlonnl
Park Bank. New York city, and shall be sold
under the direction of the committee on 11
nanceof the city council at not Ies tlinn
Sec. X That upon the sale of nid bonds
the proceed", thereof shall be placed In the
city treuury and the said assessments und
all portions thereof, when collected, shall
be applied to the payment of said bonds,
and the interest thereon as the same shall
become due and to no other purpose what
ever. See. 4. That the faith and credit of the
cityofAkrou are hereby pledged for the
payment of lmth principal mid interest of
Sec. 3. That this ordinance shall take
effect from and after the earliest period al
lowed by law.
Passed Julv 17, Isw.
Chas.H.lsbell, K. V. Sprigle.
(Jlty Clerk. fres. iuy uouncn.
Approved by the Hoard of City Commis
sioners. Chas. II. Isbell.
July 19 SO Clerk.
Of the city of Akron authorizing- the
issue of bonds in anticipation of
the collection of special assess'
merits for the improvement of
Buckeye street from Exchange
street to Grant street.
Section 1. Be itonintnetl by the Council
of the City or Akron, two-thlrils, or all the
members elected thereto concurring, that
the Mayor mid Clerk or said cltv, in tho
manner provided by chapter 2 ot division 9
of title 12 of part fint of the revised statutes
of Ohio, lie and they are hereby authorized
and empowered to issue the bonds of said
city, for the purpose of providing a fund for
the immediate payment of the cost and ex
pense of Improving Buckeye street from
Exchange street to Grunt street to the
amount of iS.OOu and in the denominations
and payable at the times following, to-wit:3
One bond of l,00n payable In one year
from Its date.
One bond of Jl.nno pnyable In two year
from its date.
One bond of $1,0iiO payable in three years
from its date.
Section 2. That said bonds shall be dated
September 2nd, 1S69; shall express upon
their fuce the (1) name or tho street and the
portion thereof to le Improved and for
which they are issued, together with the
purpose or their issue; shall cite the state
law and the city ordinance authorizing
their issue; shall lcar a rate of Interest not
exceeding Tour per cent per annum, paya
ble Keml-annunlly shall lie signed by the
Mayor unci City Clerk and shall hae nl
Oxeo thereto the corporate senl or tho city
ot Akron. They shall have interest coupons
attached, duly signed by the City Clerk nnd
shall bo payable, both principal and inter
est nt National Iark bank, Iew York city,
and shall lie sold tinder the direction of the
Committee on Finance of tho City Council
nt not less than their par value.
Section :i. That upon the sale ol .said
bonds the proceeds thereor shall le placed
In the City Treasury and the snld assess
ments and and nil portions thereor. when
collected, shall be applied to the payment
or said bonds, and tho interest thereon as
the same shall become due and to no other
Section I. That the faith and credit of the
city of Akron are hereby pledged for tho
payment of both principal and interest of
said bonds at maturity.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect
from and after the earliest period allowed
Passed July 17, IbOii.
Chas. H. Isbell, E. V. Hprigle.
City Clerk. Prest City Council.
Approved by the Board of City Commis
sioners. Chas. H. Isbell,
July 19-2U Clerk.
Of the City of Akron authorizing the
issue of bonds in anticipation of
the collection of Special Assess
ments for the construction of a
.Main Trunk Sewer in Sewer Dis
trict 2Cos. eight (8) anil nine (9).
Skction 1. Bo It ordnlned by the Council
of the City of Akron, two-thirds of all the
members elected thereto concurring, that
tho Mayor and Clerk of said city, in the
manner provided by chnpter 2 of divi
sion 9 of title 12 of part first of the revised
statutes of Ohio, be anil they are hereby au
thorized and empowered to isue the bonds
of said city, for the purpose of providing a
fund for tiie Immediate payment ot the cost
and expense of the construction of a main
trunk sewer In Districts Nos. Sand U, to tho
amountor $,0TO, and In the denominations
and paynlile at the times following, towit:
One bond of $1,000. payable in one year
from its date.
HOne lond of S.T00, payable in ono year
irom its utue.
One bond of 41.000, payable in two years
from its date.
Ono bond or 450". payable In two years
from Its date.
Ono Ixind or Jl.iW), payable in three years
from its date.
One bond of $500, payable in three years
from its dnte.
One bond of $1,000, payable in four years
from its date.
One liond of $5t, pnyable in four years
from its date.
Hkc. 2. That said lionds shall be iluteil
September 2nd, 1891',) shall express upon
their face and bear the name and number
or said districts 8 and !, and for which they
are Issued, together with the purpose of
their issue; shall cite the state law and city
ordlnnnce authorizing their isue; shall
beam rate of Interest not exceeding lour
per cent. peT annum, payable cml-anniiHl-Iv;
'hall be signed by tho Mayor and Clty
Clerlc. nnd shall have alllxed thereto the
corporate seal o! the city of Akron. They
shall have Interest coupons attached uuiy
signed bv the City Clerk nnd shall be paya
ble, both principal nnd Interest.nt National
Park Bank, New York City, and shall In
sold tinder the direction of the committee
on finance or the city council at nut less
than their par valve.
Skc. :!. That upon the sale or said bonds
the proceeds thereof shall Iki placed In the
cltv treasury, and the said a.-stnents and all
portions thereof, when collected, shall be
applied t the payment ol said lnuid-. and
thelutere-t thereon as the sninesimll In
come due and to no other purpose w hnte er.
Sm I. That the faith ami credit or the
cltv of Akron are hereby pledged for the
pavment of loth principal and interest or
said ImiuNat maturity.
SK-.5. That thisonllnance shall take ef
fect from ami after the earliest period allow -ed
Passed July 17. ls-i".
Chas. II. !sl'll I-:. P.Sprigle.
City "Irk. I'res't L'tiy Council.
Approvd'hy the Htmrtl of City Commls
Elouers. Clin. H. Isbell.
July 19-20 Clerk.
$3.00 Atron lo Niagara Falls and Peturn.
Via C.T.&V.K.B. and C.&B. line
palace steamers, Monday, July 24.
Tiokets good five days for return.
WANTED Oae ol l-ftl health thrt
R-I-P-A-N-8 will not benont. Bond 8
cents to Rlpana Chemloal Co., New York
for is sample? and 1,000 testimonials,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
t Daily; all otheri dally except Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CLEVEI.AND, AKRON A COLUMBUS.
Union Depot, Market St.
No. 27 1 Columbus exprees..
No. 85 From Mlllersburg only
No. St Columbus fast mall!
No. 2t -Col.-Cln. fast mall
No. S3 To Mlllersburg only
No. 2Srt Col.-Cln. express Ifi)
ERIE RAILROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill it.
Time Card: Deo. 11, ISM.
5f Limited vestlbnle.
. 8:28 pm
No 16 To Akron only.
r.o 1.. Huntington special ().
No 3f Pacific express. '
No 37 Accommodation
. o:-iu em
No 8 Limited vestibule
No 12f Express T
XO If New Ynrlr mai.1.1
. 1:29 am
. 8:51 am
. 4:25 pm
No Ifff Chautauqua express.
kiv .w -a-ucuiiunoaation
(ft) Except Monday and days after holl-
How. St. Union
8 :45 am
JNO 0 .
No 10 .
. 8:42 am- 9:05 am
12:01 pm 12:18 pm
10:54 pm 11:15 pin
7:35 pm 7:50 pm
WHEELING & LAKE ERIE WY.
Myron T. Herrlek, Robert Bllckensderfer,
receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1S98.
Nol NolH No3
Toledo (Onion depot)Lv 7:15
Spencer , ,,10:15
Lodl 10 1
Wheeling t.t- 6:30 am
valley .lunctlon.. 8:00
Toledo (Union depbt)Ar 1:20 pm
u. ij.ii ootn
General Traffic Manazer.
J. F. Townsend,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19. IK'S.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. 1 7:50 am
' No. 11 5:00 pm
Arrive No. 2... .... 4 :20 pm
No. 12. .12:15 am
MTT8BURG A WESTERN R. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
No. t Vestibule limited 1:65 am
No. 4t Pittsburg eiprana 6:10 am
No. i Pittsburg mail , , , 1:10 pm
No. 10 Washington Express from C.
T. 4 V.R. It Howard St. station 4:20 pm
Arrive from the East.
No. 8 Western ii:.isimi.
No. 47t Chicago expresss
No. 6 Vestibule limited.
No. 9 CI eve. Express, ar. O. T.4 V.
R, Howard St. itatlon 9:30 am
BALTIMORE 4 OHIO.
No. 6 Vestibule limited
. 8:10 pm
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mail.
No. 47 ChlcatO Tprem
Arrive from the west.
no. o vestibule limited.
No. 40 PltUburar unraii
No. 8 Chicago-Akron fast mall .
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. May 27, 1899.
Cars leave Akron 5:30 eun every half
hour; 6:39 ajn. until 7 pan. and at 8, and
Leave Cleveland 5 an every half hour;
I a.m. until S p.m and at 9, 10 and 11:10 p.m.
$3.00 Niagara Falls via Chautauqua.
Wait for the all-rail no-change-of-cars
excursion to Niagara Falls
Thursday, July 20. Train leaves
Erie station, Akron, O., at 4:25 p.m.
Stop-over granted at Chautauqua on
return. Tickets goods five davs, and
only $3.00. See W. E. Langdon,
agent, for further information.
The First Niagara Falls Excursion
To be run Thursday, Augusl 3rd.,
via Cleveland, Akron and .Columbus
Railway in connection with the
elegant steamer "Citv of Erie" or
"City of Buffalo," of Cleveland &
Buffalo Transit company. The rate
will be $3.00 from Akron. Tickets
good 15 days.
For full information inquire of C.
D. Honodle, ticket agent. Union
$3.00 to Niagara Falls and Return, Monday,
Via C. T. & V. K. R. and the elegant
fast trains of the C. & B. line. Train
leaves Akron Union depot 4:55 p.m.
Howard st. station 5:13. Boat leaves
Cleveland 8 p.m. Tickets good five
Avoid Heat and Dust
And take a trip toj Niagara Falls
August 3, via C.A.&C.R'y and Pal
ace steamer City of Buffalo, only $3
round trip. Train leaves Union de
pot via C.A.&C.R'y 4:15 p.m. Steam
er leaves Cleveland 8 p.m., arrives
Buffalo ( :20 a.m., Niagara Falls 8 a.
in. Tickets good 15 days. "Phono
42 or see C. D. Honodle.
ticket agent Union depot, for further
THE BEST RAILROAD
With the Best Trains Through the Best
Country Pullman Cars Dining Cars.
Tho Southern railway in connec
tion with tho Queen fc Crescent
Route, forms tiie great short-line
highway from Louisville and Cincin
nati to thf principal points in Ten
nessee, Aiaunma. ueorgia, morias.
JjOiusHua, North and bouth Caroliun
with direct steamer connections for
Havana, Cuba: Nassau, N. P., and
Key West. Double daily trains with
throush sleepers. Only 24 hours to
Jacksonville; 54 hours to Havana.
All agents sell tickets via tne
Southern railway. Round-trip tick
ets to principal southern resorts.
Ask your nearest ticket agents for
rates and other information, or writo
to C. A. Baird, Trav. Pass'r agent,
Louisville, Ky., or J. O. Ream, jr.,
X. "W. Pass'r agent, S) Adam st.,
Chicago, 111., or "Win. H. Tayloe, as
sistant general passenger agent,
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return.
Including meals and berths. For
further information enquire of C. D.
Honodle, Union depot. T1.42.
Toledo and Return $1.50.
On Sunday. July 2S, 1S99, the
Northern Ohio railway will run a
gopular cheap excursion to Toledo,
pecial train will leave Akron at
5:00 a.m. Rate $1.50 round trip. For
further information call upon agent
at N, O, railway,