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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.)
FOR SALK A
at this office.
sood mllki-ouli1 Knqulre
FOR SAI.K-Fln.rTinnUv mare. 12 y.n
old; color nice liay. Good Hvle life und
action, weight i.iw pound-., i-nr run par-
ilculars call at Democrat office. fcltf
FOR BALK No 122-121 Bare su barn, wii,
cltern, two good liou-pq nt n great lmrgnln; I -
two 6-room houses on Hare St., only $900
each; three lots at n bargain; new hou&e on
Raymond bt., with furnace, only 11,1"); new
house on Snyder st., only ?1,W0; No. 115
KUngst. nta hncritlcu; bargains In all parts
of the city. Call and ke them. Money loaned.
Tel. 510. G. "V. GHIDLEY.4S Central llidg.
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Ohice building sione bv car load; nNo
brown stone from "Warwick quarries. Orders
filled on short notiC". C. H. Jones, 317 South
FOR SALK Choice lots on Miller av. and
Bachtel av. at bargain prices. Bear in mind
that these lots nre on graded streets, Just oft
of car line, In good neighborhood, conven
ient to schools nnd South End Industries
and some as low as J200. Money loaned to
build houses. J. I. BACHTEL,
Phone 722. 1?S fkjuth Howard st.
We have n $7,500 home, flrst-class in every
particular to sell nt the extreme low figure
of?5,ono. 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. S9S. 209 S. Howard St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattlo se
curity and allow the goods to remain in
your possession. Can repay us In monthly
Installments. Room 11, Arcade block. Of
fice hours, 8:91 to 11:30 a.m., 1:30 to 5 p.m.
L. C. MILLER ct IVY MILLER.
W per month, middle-aged man, inside
position of trust. 191 S. Main. Kltf
$40 per month, managing
keeper. 15ft S. Main st.
$101 per month, man and wife- as manag
ing partner and ofllce matron, yenrly en
gagement, particulars 150 S. Main st. ftltf
$10 pur week guaimiteed at start, quick ad
vancement after trial term if merited, par
ticulars 150 S. Main st.ti young men wanted,
office portions. C3tf
YOUNG man fr our MasMllon ofllce,
prominent place, worth aft"r trial $1 per
week, call 153 S. Main st. -tf
WANTED A girl from V, to IS yours of
age to assist with geneial housework; no
washing orironing. Geo. J. ti-nnrr, 313 N.
Forge st. so tf
MAN and win- for Yoiingstov.il brauch
office, a well established cash !nliiess. 1
per month awurod, yearly engagement, two
days only, particulars 156 S. Main st. fittf
FOR RENT Two sleeping rooms at rea
sonable rates, ill Crosby street. NI-S2
FOR RENT Two houses will suit Miiall
f ami 11 s; low rent; nice location; conven
ient for business. Franklin, Cuyahoga st.
TELEPHONE 873 when you want help,
no cost, no trouble, 25 years established, of
fices from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Akrou
office 158 S. Main st. Cttf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE A good building lot on Brown
av. Will be sold cheap if bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 13S
Before you start on your vacation drop in
and arrange for an Aetna policy on a snltaole
plan. Accident, health, life and endowment
insurance, on the most favorable terms.
Accident tickets or policies.
Frank O. Newcomb,
District Agent. Barter Block. Telephone 683.
STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 168 South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
FOR REPAIRING See George Hanellne.
Watches, Clocks, nil 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 S6.O0O. Can beat all competitors.
MASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real estate security.
Low rate of Interest. Terms most
Ii9 SI Hjijsrd st.. Phsnas 582 and 533
240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE
OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET
RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY
IERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE
50X13?. CALL ON OR ADDRESS
M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR.
WANTED TO LOAN
$1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Halo 2t Coates
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
like HARPER "Whiskey. SOLD BY
144 S. Howard st., Akron, O.
J. E- PETERSON
fieim, lit, Sen Pipe
Td. 124. 128 North Main st.
S.-fcosz t-r Icai un dry 5
New machinery, new location?"
We SrUimtlltpo our Ttrnrfr TTIo-li 5
glossor domestic finish.
lho- 13 2
A os. 182-137 Iorth Howard bt
If you want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
al"ig?y "fjuS" T "? ? "TV
No. looO bOUttl Main f-t. Nothing but
tirst-cinss Horses Kept in stock".
x. R. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734.
' John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
This week nnd next -Rill be u delightful tune
fur a moonlight trip by hteamer Drutniner
Hoy to Long Lake. Secure a date and char
ter boat at less than streetcar fare to out-of-town
resorts for fish frys and parti -.
200-202 E. Market st.
Refreshments of all kinds. The
celetrated Anheuser Buck Beer
always on draught. Meals at all
hours at reasonable prices.
Give as a call
We will please yon.
STRUCK A BIG BARGAIN
And bought two carloads of Water
melons from the railroad company
at half-price, will sell at very low
N. LEsslor-is Co.
Phone 2S9. 162 S. Howard st.
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 Drnes, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Cigars come to the
fSSoiw Drug Store
At Ifo. II2J S. Main St., Td. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
A TENTH BOY DIED.
Private llolibi and
Two Other Soldiers
Sa. Francisco, July 23. The United
States transport Morgan City .which has
been converted into a hospital ship, ar
rived from Manila, having on boaad 473
sick and convalescent soldiers. The
vessel started with 47C, bat three died
on the voyage, Private C. J. Bobbs,
Tenth Pennsylvania; Private Lewis
Cook, Twenty-second regiment, and
First Lieutenant Jackson, First tiouth
These suceunibdd to dysentery, tho
disease with which most of the others
were afflicted. All of tho.se ou board
were HI when the steamer left Manila,
but the removal from a tropical climale
and the sea air so benelited the invalids
that, on arrival here, only 22 were un
able to leave their berths. Every com.
taaud aud almost every regiment is rep
resented among the returning soldiers.
KRUGER THREATENED TO QUIT.
ItenorttHl llial lie Thus lirouslit the
V:ltVraiul to Time.
Paius, July 23. Dispatches received
here from Pretoria, South African re
public, -says i hat the absence of Presi
dent Sruger from the meeting of the
executive council gave currency to a re
port that ho had resigned, owing to difj
ferences between himself aud members
of the volksraad.
President Krager, when seen in re
gard to the matter, denied these rumors,
stating positively that they were with
Prae-toma, July 25. It was stated
tvrugtr dul threaten to resign, but
Irought the volksraad to terms.
Comforting a Friend.
Verisoplit That brute Snodfrra-u; call
ed me a conceited idiot, doutclierkuow.
Hunker Is that so? You never struck
me as being partieularlv conceited.
Will Only Strengthen the Testimony
of Akron Citizens.
The testimony which follows will
stand the test of closest investiga
tion. Cross examination of such
evidence will strengthen it. Proof of
this nature is plentiful in Akron and
the most skeptical can hardly doubt
the claims made for "The Xiit tie Con
queror" when placed face to face
with the public utterances of friends,
neighbors and local citizens. Read
the experience given below; it may
save you many hours of future
Mrs. C. Warner of 1U3 Upson st.,
says; "I received so much benefit
from the use of Doan's Kidney Pills
that I have no hesitation in recom
mending them. My kidneys were
badly out of order, the secretions
from those organs were irregular and
painful, my back ached continually
and there were dull pains in the back
and top of my head causing ine much
suffering. T had attacks of dizziness
and was so tired morning that 1
could hardly drag myself about. 1
procured Doan's Kidney Pills from
Lamparter & Co.'s Drug Store mid
after using them I did not have the
backache nor headaches as I used to
and the kidney secretions became
natural. I could do inv usual work
without being tired to death and my
health was better in other respects.
I cannot say too much in favor oi
Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers; price 5u
cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for
the U. S. Remember the name
Doan's and take no substitute.
a Boy Arrested
S1ID 31 K. CKOItCiE KILLED MM.
Declared He Wa- Afraid to Tell What
lie Knew and Kan Away Father Said
the liny Ivan tt the Scene of the Shoot
ing, hut Don't Knnu What lie Saw.
Chicago, July 23. Evidence which
might liave had an imiKU-taut bearing
iu the trial of Mrs. Anna George of
Canton, O., charged with the murder of
Creore astoj, brother-in-law of Presi
dent McKiaL-v, lust October, came to
light iu :h juvenile court. Russell
Hogau, l.i yt-jrs.old. who was brought
before the court as Richard McKnight,
slid: "1 was branding right across
Lincoln avenue lrom Mrs. Altbouse's
place :iiul stw Mr. rf.i.xton on the porch
anil sau Tilr.-.. lii-orge shoot him. 1 wa
afraid lliey might do something to me
if I told what 1 had seen, so I left home
and ha e tm veleil all over the country
Young Hogan said that his father was
R. M. Hogan, superintendent of the
Aultmami Mauufacturiug company,
and well known in Canton.
Canton, July 2j. Martin J. Hogan,
the father of Russell Hogau, does not
know what his boy taw the night of the
Sastou murder. He was sick, aud when
the shots were lired, the boy left him to
go toward the scene. Young Hogau was
wauted as a witues-, here by both sides,
but disappeared shortly before the trial.
The defense pretended to want him be
cause his testimony before the coroner
was that it was so dark that he could
not tell whether the pel son doing the
shooting was a man or a woman.
Rather than allow a postponement, the
state admitted that had he been present
at the trial he would have tetifled as
X.ily 3'psscnfier KojV Strike.
Cincinnati, July 23. The btnke of
messenger boys, that started last Satur
day, became more seriou--. Two boys
were stabbed, several hit with missiles
and many slugged with clubs. When
any new boys, or men went out with
messages a gang pursued them with
epithets, clubs aud stones When these
working messengers took street cars tlie
pursuing mob stoned the cars and some
innocent people were hurt. The police
charged the mob repeatedly, but the
disturbers would soon rally again. The
companies refused to recognize the
newly formed union, and at a meeting
the boys voted to continue the strike.
At this meeting the newsboys aud some
tobacco strippers promised to join them.
Will Kelitiilil the Kleiator.
Toli:io, July 23. General Superin
tendent R. B. Turner of the Ciucinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton road, stated that
the burned elevator will be lobuilt as
mjou as possible, and that the old eleva
tor will bo refuted for temporary use.
The estimate of -?1,000,000 loss was
found to be correct. The iusuranco will
not cover the lo on tho building by
over S-'.Ki.UuO. The insurance on tne
grain was $-171,000, while the value of
the wheat was about 'jS'10,000.
YELLOW JACK 00NTE0LLED.
Wood flatter or the
tiilia;;o Disease at
Washington, July 25. Surgeon Gen
eral Sternberg received tho following
from Major O'Reilly at Havana:
"Havard reports from Santiago, July
22, on yellow fever situation: Julv 19,
no new cases, o deaths, 2 enlisted men,
1 civilian: 20th, 3 new cases, 1 enlisted
man, 1 female nurse, 1 civilian, no
deaths; 21st, no case, no death. Arm
strong, from Pnerto Principe, reports:
July 21, 4 cases, 2 soldiers residing in
city, 1 teamster, 1 civilian; 22d, noth
A dispatch was received from Gen
eral Brooke saying General Wood re
ported they have tho yellow fever situ
ation under control at Santiago.
Santiago ie Cuba, July 20. One
suspected case of yellow fever was re
ported thu first lor ten days. If this
cases proves not to bo one of yellow
lever, tho quarantine will be removed
immediately. The sanitary department
has caused to be burned all the tents,
.doing ami clotning used at the in
fectcd camu. The ti-o-jps at Songo and
Morro are healthy.
RcltctlouB ot His Writing Road ly His
torian Uldiiatli and JUaJjr O. J.
Smith Wile Seriously 111.
JTnw York, July 25. Simple funeral
exercises over the body of the late Rob
ert G. Iugersol! were held at Walston,
tho Iugersoll summer home at Dobbs
Ferry, this afternoon.
Dr. John Clark Ridpath, who was for
many years a close personal friend of
Colonel Iugersoll, read tho eulogy
delivered by Colouel Iugersoll upon his
brother Clarke. Dr. Itidpath also
read "My Creed," the last poem written
by Colonel Iugersoll, aad afterward
lfiade a brief address.
Major O. .1. Smith of Dobbs Ferry, a
warm friend of the great orator and
lecturer, read- other selections from
liarly tomorrow morning the family
will accompany tho remains to Fresn
Pond, Long Island, where the body will
bo cremated. They will briug tho ashes
back to Dobbs Ferry and they will be
deposited in an urn, which will bo sui
mounted with the bust of Colouel Iu
gersoll, to be made from the deatu
mask made by John Gray Bernard, the
Hew York sculptor. The ouly music
that will be heard this afternoon will be
"Siegfreid's funeral march."
The mail brought over liOO letters oi
condolence, aud telegrams continue to
pour in from all parts of tho conutrj .
Among those received was one from
Julia Marlowe, the actress, now iu Lou
don. Another long oue was from Rev.
R. H. Pullman, who was u personal
friend of Colonel Iugersoll. Many
theatrical people sent letters of con
dolence. The funeral will bo private, aud it is
expected that only those who were per
sonal friends of long standing will at
tend, and representatives of societies
that believed as did the late Colonel
Mrs. Iugersoll is so ill that she is con
fined to her bed. Members of the family
say that the illness is duo to tho pros
tratiou of grief aud the ceaseless vigil
that she has kept at tho bier of her dead
husband since his death on Friday.
It is not thought that the illness will
ipeult seriously. Colonel Ingersoll's
daughters, Miss Maud and Mrs. Wal
ston II. Brown, are both on the verge
of prostration. Tho grief-stricken wile
aud daughters, who sharo tho belief of
(ho dead agnostic, havo begged only to
do allowed to keep tho body with them
as long as possible.
SAW SAM S
Cobwebs about a house are usually the siga
that thehousevife has more than she can do,
the way she goes about it; that all her time
and strength are utilized in doing heavy wort;
that she uses soap in her cleaning. ' If she
would only use
heavy work would be so lightened that the little things needn't Ik
neglected. Gold Dust gives a woman time t 'c-t. time to isit, time
to read, and time-to sew. It is much bettcrar.d cheaper than soap for
all cleaning. For greatest economy buy our huge package.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
GIICAGO ST. lOllS SIW YORK P.0SIOM
DBIl'EY FUELING WELL
Does Not Need the Treatment
UKELY TO KEACK ilOJtH OCT. 1.
Tatd lie Would IteuiHln In Trieste About
a Week Longer aud Ihrn do to 'tiple.
faeut a Letter to New Wirk Atieptlu;?
the Krceptiou Xnlitution.
TitiEsit", Austria, July 25. A corre
spondent visited Admiral Dewcj" ou
board hi riag-Jiip Olyiupia aud was cor
dially received by the admiral, who said
that although he had received many
invitations from Americans sojourning
at Carlsbad, he had never intended
"Look at me," said the admiral. "Do
I look like n sic!; man? Do I look as it
i re-puretl Uarisbau treatment? 1
quite healthy, and though I will te (12
tie! winner, J icei quite youuK m
ue.mil aim spirus, ami iroui my mimor
jiiu win ijuiii; mai wu.it leu uu
to recruit the
Tmmotn 1Vicw snl.ilr-
health of my crew thes
having pss-d 17 mouths in the tropics ,
witnonr. a orean.
"My reception by ' the Austrian offi
cials was most friendly and according
to the usual etiquette. All reports ot
the emperor's declining me a reception
"Iexpei to remain in Trieste about.
a wtek limber, and shall then proceed
probably Xaples. Further details
and plans have not been decided upon,
but the cruiser will remain during the
whole of August at Mediterranean
ports. Thu last port touched in ijuroiw
will be Gibraltar, where we wil! ouly
talie on coal i.nu stores. We aie ex
pected iu JSew York by Oct. i.
"I have accepted invitations to recep
tions by the citizens of New Vork and
Washington, aud am already in posses
sion ot a photograph ol the swoid of
honor voted me by the American con
Admiral Dewey absolutely refused to
talk upon jjohtical subjects, aud when
asked what lie thought of .England, re
plied: "I have not thought anything yet."
New Your, July 25. Mayor " Van
Wyck rjceietl tiie following cablegram
from Admiral Dewey:
TiunsTK, Jnly 24.
To ilayorVan Wycu, Now York:
Letters received and invitation ac
cepted. Expect to arrive about Oct. 1.
Will cable demurely from Gibraltar.
Have win (en. Dcivcv.
A JL,il aeul
by tills UrooUe
Wa.-uim;tin, July 25. The war de
partment receive ! the following from
Geueral Otis at .ilauila:
"Additional casualties, Killed First
California infantry, at l)uioug. Ncirros.
S'i-srse b fi
f i -$ S & IxlaQ
taken st night will mahs you
feel right, act right and look
I right, i hey cure Constipation.
.Qii.a. 1.11m i ti i-o . a -
am a FJ .iHSt. b
A. 1-JiBWVS, VI
Commencing Monday Matinee, July 24
The Original Hogan Alley Kids ... DICK and ALICE McA VO Y
Presenting, their New York comedy success, "Casey's Corner."
OLLLE YOUXG Tho Phenomenal Artist, America's Greatest club Expert
KEXO & HALL . The Great Comedy Acrobats
VEEA KING . ...America's Representative singing Soubrette
CONWAY & STAATS, The Great Entertainers in Their Original
Creation . "Laughing Casey and Mr. Gale from Yale."
15c car fare, round trip, admission to grounds and seat in theater.
Buy tickets of conductors. Entire change of company each week. Matinee
every day except Sunday. Two performances daily.
FVeso Band Concert Sunday, S F'.tVl.
51111111111 Ldiit Fill 11
The new bill for week commencing Monday, July 24th
is 1 leaded b the favorites
Others of the bill are
os:fE:s2is: & kenwick
DONNA E3- SOL ss-c3
Performance every evening with Saturday matinee. Take Rapid
Transit cars. 16c round trip includes entrance to ground and admission
to theater. Phone 878.
For a SUlUJUnSR
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No other Lino offers & Panorama cf 1C0 miles of cual TarM" and iutorcst.
Foar Tripi pt r WeeV Ef twf n
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
FET0SKET, "TIIK S00," EiKOVITTK
LOW RiTTS In Fletaraiq.. 3IieUss3 &.a
Btam, l.f Indl.y B,.lt sad Berths. Ipprstl.
mat. Cott from a.r.lmd, $19.60; from
roldo, f 18.2JJ from Dctroll, $18.71.
Send jc. for Illustrated Famphlct. Address,
A. A. SCHANTI, o. r. A.. DCTROIT, MICH.
or h.c G. D. nouodJo, Xkt. Ajju. VtifoV
July 1, Company C, Walter T. Swuenie;
iutit iJl.i'iiry, near San -Luis. ISth, K.
Edw.siu II. elster.
" V uuiied First California infantry,
at Bulling, Negros 1st, Company E,
Claud V. Half, ami, slight; Twenty
first, infantry, near Morong, 17th, C,
Francis Giaucey, knee, moderate; Ninth
hitautry, n.ar San Luis, ISth, K, Ser
geant Herbert L. Hortwiek, arm, slight."
Ceaer.il Otis also cabled the following
"Dysuutery: July 15, Michael Oorri
gan, Company K, First Montana. Sui
cide: lUtii, ,lohii L. Moore, Jirst lieu
tenant, L. Fitty-iirst Iowa. Intestinal
tuberculosis: 2Jth. William L. Murrav,
Twonty-ra-sc infantry, Company C.
Death lrom typhoid fever: 2lst, Floyd
Alleu, Tweuty-hrst regiment infantry,
Geueral Biooke at Havana sent the
following death Teport:
"July T2, Santiago, George Alson,
civilian employee; Arthur Hayes, post
quartermaster sergeant, died 19th, yel
TRANSPORT REACHED MANILA.
(His Kecoiei! a letter IVoni Two Amerl
t.iHN. JleM I, Itebel..
I -VI.-.TI. .Till.- -. 'I'l... TT..;in.l !.,. ,o
; iraU!vott Sherman', which sailed from
, Sllu Francisco Juue 25 with
. meuts for Geueral E
S. Otis, arrived
u(ire' - "J
i here. On .
a great waterspout
' wus discovered directly in the course of
uie mm, uiiu io iivoiu ii it was neces
sary to m.ike a detour of
Geueral Otis received a letter dated
July 2, ami signed by Charles Blauford
and Fn d Heppe, respectively assistant
engineer and third oiiicer ot the hospital
ship Relief, who were captured by Fili
pinos oil" rvicuuuquo ou May IJ0. The
litter s-ivn the prisoners in the kinds of
the lnsiireufs " are receiving excellent
treatment, bat the suspense of fearing
the loss of our positions is terrible."
The writers beg General Otis to inter
cede lor their ielea.se. Geueral Otis has
taken step- in that directum.
Two Augnstiuiaii friars who had
Luided fro.u the Hongkong ship were
anesied hi'iv. It is slid they had docu
ments upo'i tLcir persons showing they
were ng nt of the Filipino juuta at
Houiri.uig and that they intended to
bear mesSjges to Aguhuido.
Experts .Justice frrom America.
Rom;:, July C.'i. The Italia referring
to the lynching of Italiaus in Louisiana
says: "We have not the least doubt
that the United States will do its duty
in the broad uiiasurc demanded by the
atrocity of the latest lynching, bat onr
couferers will i. well not to expect
greater reparatioa than can be ob
tained." A IVa.t Slay iteeo.nixeil.
Santiago, July 25. Today lvgau the
"Fiesta tie Santiago." This is the first
recognition of a religious festival by
tho Aiiti-ricuu government. The cus
tom hou -o will be closed for two days.
The town is decorated and street mas
querading will occur until Thursday.
Lived to l:r Nearly lOli.
Bm.sroL, Pa., July 25. lackiua but a
few day of 10; years. Mrs. Catharine
Dillon, rh eldest woman iu Back3
couuy, is de-ad lure.
k DR. HARTEL'S BOOS,
leSief for Women"
bensjrM, in piain, sealed enyeiope. w nta
to-day for this Book, containing Particu
lars asd TesUmonUls ot Dli. HARTEI3
French Female Pills.
Praised bj thansanda of satisfied ladies aa
safe, aliraTB reliable and without an eqnal.
Sold bTalldrnzreists in metal box, French
Dace on top m Bin?, wbite and Ked. Take no otber.
frendi Cms Co., SSI & KI Pearl St.. New York Citl.
CJZUIS13 tnlec tlic
The Greatest Perfection
jet attained In Boat Con
Equipment, Artistic Fur
nishing, Decoration and
Tar anil Maltl Srnl.s Hf l.rn
DETROIT AND CLEVELVYD
lure, ffil.50 ti.ll Mrrrlli
r.rlfci, t... it. Klat,r-ni. $1.5"..
Culinctio!i9 ars raa.lrt m n1.tilaiil trill.
Farllft Trains 1?r a'l robits Eastl Fan!!
. Scut)7Ct,3nrlfttCetrolt fcr
X'Orth anil 1 nrthwert.
b&ndiijr Trips Iniir. JdW, Aumuil,
cciicmnrrantf i'finfr viif,
cyeiond iwm cciEpgy
HOP TROOPS READY.
Adjutant General So
ATTKMPr TO WllV.CK A CAK.
'Tcm-1'liiou Coiulnciur Followed a Boy anil
Shot Him His Virtim Weil Soon After
irnrtl Alleged Clew to Man Who
Blew ITp a dr.
Columbus, July 2o. Adjutant Gen
cr. J Asline received the following mess-ag--:
"Send regiment at once."
The Columbus regiment was at once
ordered to assemble aud should reach
Cleveland early today.
Cleveland, July 23. Tho adjutant
general informed Mayor Farley that the
militia companies at Youngstown, Ge
neva, Bere.i. Warren and Norwalk,
towns near this city, had been officially
notified to hold themselves in readiness
to answer the call of tho mayor should
the situation get beyond tho control of
the present force. Various companies
of the rourth, Sixth aud Kighth regi
ment, to the number of S00 men, have
also been ordered to prepare for a snd
SA repetition of the wrecking of a
Faclid avenue car waB attempted by
strikers or their sympathizers in Brook
lyn, a suburb of Cleveland.
An explosion took place under the
car, bnt "tailed to injure it materially.
There were no passengers aboard, and
the conductor and niotorman escaped
Cleveland, July 25. The state board
of arbitration practically abandoned
their efforts to conciliate the street car
strikers and their former employers.
The resentment of the conductors" and
motoruien who quit work aud the more
turbulent spiiit of their sympathizers
was held in check to a degree by the
presence of the police and the militia,
members of which rode in tho cars or
were held iu readiness at the barns and
bmail riots occurred, but witii one
exception they were without sorious re
sult. The death of Henry Cornweit,
slain by a bullet tired by Ralph P.
Kawley, a conductor on the Broadway
line, was recorded tho first fatality of
Shortly after noon Hawley's car ap
proached Orange street and -was beset
by a crowd of men and boys. Corn
weit, the ISl-ycar-old son of a butcher,
was astride a horse aud rode to tho side
of the car, keeping pace with it for
Various stones were told as to what
passed between the conductor and the
boy, out the mob was suddenly called
to its senses by tho sight of Hawley,
who jumped to the street and started
iu pursuit of Cornweit.
Tho latter, closely followed by his
pursuer, turned up Perry street. At
Woodland avenue the latter pulled his
revolver and lired. His victim fell,
fatally wounded, with a ghastly wound
in the lett temple, and dietl soon after
being removtd to the hospital.
The crowd which before the incident
had been so violent, was awed by the
seriousness, of tne an air, and permitted
tbe conductor to walk back to his car.
He wa- arrested aud taken to the sta
tion, wnere n charge of murder was en
tered against him.
When the car returned in charge of
another man and laden with police,
thousands of people were crowded
round the iatal spot. The track was
blockaded and the stalled, cars bom
barded with stones, pieces of brick and
sticks of wood. The police managed by
dint of usuij,' their clubs to clear the
way alter a delay of about half an hour.
rl he poliec believe thev have a clow
to tne man who placed mtroglyceriue
which blew up the EuclidJ avenue car
and injured four passengers. Mathew
Robinson, who was seen driving a horse
and buggy, said to resemble the one hi
which the mysterious wrecker rode,
has been placed iu a cell. Robinsou
claims to nave found the rig, master
less, and took possession, intending to
deliver it to Charles Steinmetz, a livery
man by whom Robinson is employed.
Mr. Steinmetz informed the officers
that ho rented the outfit to a man whom
ho identifies vaguely as having a dark
With the exception of the Mayfield
suburban, all the. hues of the Big Con
solidated were in operation, although'
their movements were necessarily ham
Coi.tTJUtrs, July 25. The state au
thorities regard the Cleveland strike
situation a-i very serious. Adjutant
Geueral Axhue, who was commander of
tho Tenth Ohio volunteer infantry dur
ing the Spanish war, will go to Cleve-1-ind
and tako command of the troops iu
pei sou in ease other regimeuts are
needed. There are eight companies al
ready on duty in Cleveland.
TWO BEAVE AMEE1GANS.
Disper-jeil A limiting 3Iob uf ,000 or
4,000 In Korea One of Them
Colorado Spm.NCf, July 2o. In re
ferring to the recent attack on tho elec
tric lino hy fanatical natives in Seoul,
Korea, K. E. Rittenliouse of this city,
who was connected with tho construc
tion of the raid, said that he had re
ceived several letters from Seoul lately.
H. K. Iiostwick of Sau Francisco, man
ager of tho Seoul Electric company, and
H. Raymond Kxuium of Columbus, chief
of tho imperial engineering department,
alone aud umirmed, hy their coolness
and nerve, dispersed a howling mob of
U.OOO to 4,000 Orientals and saved their
own lives and tho power house aud elec
At the (ime the child was run over
the streets were literally packed with
excited natives, discussing the decisions
ot astrologers and "mutauges'" that tho
electric railroad and power house were
the real causes of the drought aud suf
teriug among tho poor. The mob fell
upon tho cars, destroyed aud burned
romo of them aud drove off the Japanese
employes with broken heads. Then
c.OiAl or -1,000 appeared before the power
house. The two Americans started
across the onon toward the mob. The
effect was iu-t.intaneous. Tne act of
of tlio-c two calm, learles- white men
i staitled and silenced tnem.
I Suddenly Iiostwick held up his hand
j mid commanded them to "cliorigah"
(disperse) hy order or the United States
of Aiuerid. Clubs and stones wero
' dropped and tho riot -is simply climbed
' over each other to pet away.
j !n Inllivliir Arrc-U'il.
Washimhov. Pa-. .Inly 2."i. Chailes
II. KiminoU, justice ol tho peaco aud
tHs collector at Charlcroi. vms commit -
j ted to the care of Sheriff Hemphill on u
charge or rmiioaxiement, it being ai
higrci that lie appropriated to his own
tif-e tuoro than ?1,000 in taxes which ho
had collected, llis friends denied the
charge and wero trying to get ball.
DANGERS REAL AND FANCIED.
The average woman will scream with
terror at the sight of an innocent little
mouse, and then complacently sit down
and suffer iu silence with diseases that are
desiroyinp: heryoutli, Her
beauty, her very life.
She will uncomplain
ingly resicn herself to
the woes and mieriesof
female troubles, which
are to be cireaded a thou
sand times more than a
tiny mouse It is grati
fjinir tt know that untold
numbers ..f nonim are
being re-ton tl So perfect
i i-or sr'l stren-iili by lir
1 V We-ce'.- Favi.ntc Trc
l j si-iiption It cure- all
AtX? uteisne di-ordei- The
ei.i.ot n.".ii: ""i Ihi dis
ease doesn't irr.ernt toa
row of pat- If it -. in
the v. oiuar.ly
o rams, "Fa-
js- -cription" will
JfcJ hunt it out and
cure it. It can
be a drain, a
pain, an in
flammation, an irregularity or a weakness,
and this medicine will act directly upon it,
and restore the orjrans to perfectly healthy
action. It prepare the girl to become a
woman- the wife to become a mother, the
middle-aged to pass the "turn of life" in
safely. II is no; a " cure-all " but a medi
cine for women only, and is the prescrip
tion of Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, X. Y., the
world-famed specialist in the treatment of
disorders of women. Any reader of this
paper may consult Dr. Pierce free by mail.
Write him if your local phjsicians do not
seem to understand j-our case
Mrs. W. J. Kiilder, or H'.il Dale Farm. (Enos
burg Center), Enosburjj. Vt.. t rites : During
the past vear I found raself tyenant and iu
rapidly failing licalth. "l suflereu dreadfully
front "bloating an-1 urinary difficulty. I was
growing perceptibly weaker each day aud suf
tered much sharp pain at times. I felt that
something must be done I sought your advice
and received a prompt repli. I followed your
directions and took twelve bottles of Dr. rierce's
Favorite Prescription, aud also followed your
instructions. I began to improve immediately,
mv health became" excellent, and I could do alt
my own w ork I wc live on a good sized farm). I
walked and roile all I coidd, and enjoyed it. I
had a short easy confinement and have a healthy
Dr. Pierce' Pellets cure biliousness.
ss. isn. ftfEEV!aio&c
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 s. Main st.
First stairway north of the L0.0.F.
We carry the largest and most com
plete line of foreign and domestic
orands of cigars at all prices to be
found in Akron; also a full line of
smoker's articles. Our goods are the
best to be found in the market.
9mB S HamZHiJff g al
i6i S. Howard St. Arcade Bldg-. Tel. 768.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing t
ioods. (o:if!icK,c iipesRiii' carriage0
"or fuiipniN. weddings, parties ai- '
; a -i 12-jia'- " ?: r
Machine & Pattern Works.
Castings of every description In Iron and
brass lor structural machine or mold work.
Machine and pnttsrn work. Phone 501
Cor Exchaiurn mid Water Sts.
twe: t3A,rvai caf-e:,
The Klncst Kii-tnuntnt in Akron.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FIItE IMPORTED AUD DOMESTIC
JVa-fc Goods & Cigars
Under Central Savinjs Bank,
JOHN KOEIrSBCF?, Prop
Catnnba Pure. Catawba A. 1'crt,
Sven, tves Seedling-...
Always on iaS. All orders promptly fUlca.
ipcial Rtttntioa given to all mail orders.
SCKAEBI.ER & RHEi:,
Kelly's Islrud, 0.
The Kitchie Coal Co. is PjgffaB
the place to buy your. . . vU eaa
for the next 30 days. Prices clown.
RITCHIE COAL CO.
Tel. 556. 110 W. Market st.
-v. O. BL.L.SS
S$j "- S moving vans, general
S'iaS' cj J 9 teaming ond trans
fi frrlng, parcel and trunk delivery, feed
?j -jflble. Ponint servlm. nonnlar nrlce.
rf Odeo corner Canal and Cherry treet'. i
v-J f;aliI??I0Chrrv trcet. E
.-... . .t . . .'
i Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
a Coal, trausfer and general teaming:,
a rubber lire coaches for funerals,
k re.iain, dances, moving- vans,
h vajonettes, ia-.d vagons.
B 10 LincoLi hi., Tel. 564.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of Vll KindH
Clay Worktr.K Machinery for
Stoiii-v iff , S ""ei.iltv.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
JitCOrders promptly attended to.
155 S. MAIN ST. AKKOX, O.
$1 .00 to Cleveland and Return via C. T. t. V.
Account of Cleveland races July
20th and 27. Tickets pood to July
'J'.lth inclusive. Ileineinher w have
a late train returninyr.
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return,
Including meals and berths. For
further information enquire of C. J).
Honodle, Union depot. Tel. 42.
Reduced Rates Cleveland Races.
Via ('., A. & V. Ky. and C. T. it V.
R.Ji. tl.W tumid trip, all tniins. July
25, 1'l?, '-T nnd 28.
-lu Iv-I-r-A-N-cSIor 5 qnli
II'll. X'M C.tll'f
To Boston Ledpcs SniHlay.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
f Dully; all other dally except Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CLEVELAND, AKRON & OOLUMBDS.
Union Dopot, Market St.
Columbm expross 8:05 am
From Mlllersbure onlv
Ctolumbus fast mall
No. 2i Col.-Cln. fast mall
No. S To Mlllersburg only
No. 2-Ht Col.-Cln. express () .
ERIK KAILROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill st.
Time Card: Dec. 11, 18SS.
No 54- IjlinlttfWl vpaMftntA
.. 9:S5 an:
No ITri To Akron only J
No 13 Huntington special ().
No S7 Accommodation .
-N'o 8 Limited vestibule
iso izt .express..
t-r Aev Ynrt rumH nl m.sji ..
No lot Chautauqua express .Z 4:35 pm
NoSS Accommodation i-nn m
(It) Except Monday and days alter holl-ays.
C, T. & V. K. B.
How. St. Union East
Ddpot. Depot. Akron.
No 44 .j 6:15 am 8:25 am 8:08 am
No 4f .... 9:20 am 9:05 am 9:10 am
No n J:10pm l.-OOpm 12:41pm
No 10 5:13 pm 4:55 pm 4 is pni
No 8 , , 8:25 pm 8:15 pm 8:17 pin
No T S:42um 9:05 am 9:13 am
No 3 12:01pm 12:lSpm 12:27 pm
No 9 4:20 pm 4:55pm 5:07pm
No 5 10:51 pm 11:15 prn 11:28 pm
No 17 7:35 pm 7:50 pm 8:00 pir
WHEELING A LAKE ERIE R'Y.
Myron T. Herrlck, Robert BUckensderfer,
receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1S88.
Nol No 8 No 8
Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15
Spniicer . .10:15
12 J5 pm
Valley .1 unction..
Massillon , ,, ,
Toledo (Union depot)Ar 10 pm
1. Jj. isoocn.
General Traffic Mur.nger.
J. K. Townsend,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
TnE NORTHKItN OHIO KAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19.1SW.
Depot North llnin Street.
Depart No. 1 7:50 am
' No. 11 5:00 pm
Arrive No. 2 1:20 pm
" No.l 12:15nm
PITTSBURG t WESTERN K. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the Bast.
No. Vestibule limited 1:55 am
No. 48 Pittsburg nTprain 8:10 am
No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 pni
No. 10 Washington Express from O.
T.AV. R.R. Howard St. station 4:20 pin
Arrive from the East.
No. 8 Western, rnnll ll-Mnm
No. 47 Chicago expresss 75 pin
No. 5 Vestlbale llmlted..ll:09pm
o. v iieT. ixpress, ar. v. x.dc v.
R. Howard it. irjittnn 9M am
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
No. 6 Vestibule limited
No. 7 Akron-Chicago last mall
No. 47 Ohlcato express .
Arrive from the west.
No. Vestibule limited
. 7:60 pm
. 1:50 am
. 6:05 am
. 8:10 pm
No.48t Plttsbnrsr exnrasr
No. 8 Chicago-Akron last mall
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. May 17, 1S99.
Cars leave Akron 5:33 cin., tyerj- halt
hour; (:30 a.m. nntll 7 pjn. ana at 8, and
Leave Cleveland 5 .m, every half hour;
a.m. nntll S pan and at 9. 10 and 11:10 pjn.
THE BEST RAILROAD
With the Best Trains Through the Best
Country Pullman Cars Dining Cars.
The Southern railway in connec
tion with the Queen & Crescent
Route, forms tha great short-line
highway from Xiouisville and Cincin
nati to the principal points in Ten
nessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida,
Louisana, Xorth and South Carolina
with direct steamer connections for
Havana, Cuba; Nassau, N. P., and
Key West. Double daily trains with
through sleepers. Only 24 hours to
Jacksonville; 54 hours to Havana.
All agents sell tickets via tho
Southern railway. Round-trip tick
ets to principal southern resorts.
Ask your nearest ticket agents for
rates aud other information, or write
to C. A. Baird, Trav. Pass'r agent,
Louisville, Ky., or J. C. Ream, jr.,
N. "W. Pass'r agent, SO Adams St.,
Chicago, 111., or Wm. H. Tayloe, as
sistant general passenger agent,
The First Niagara Falls Excursion
To be run Thursday, August 3rd.,
via Cleveland, Akron and Columbus
Railway in connection with the
elegant" steamer "Cirv of Erie" or
"City of Buffalo," of Cleveland &
Buffalo Transit companv. The rate
will be $3.00 from Akron. Tickets
good 15 days.
For full information inquire of C
D. Honodle, ticket agent. Union
Avoid Heat and Dust
And take a trip to 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 S p.m.. arrives
Buffalo 6:20 a.m., Niagara Falls Sa.
m. Tickets good 15 days. Phono
42 or see C. D. Honodle,
ticket agent Union depot, for further
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will please enclose to the undersigned
25 cents per copy, which amount ap
proximates tho cost of delivery. Re
mittances may be nindt in stamps or
Addressall communications on this
subject to W. A. TURK, General
Pnssenger Agent, Southern Railway,
Washington", I). I".
Smuir.cr Tourist TicVets
Via Great Lake now on sale. For
tickets and full information see C
D. Honodle, Union depot, agent D.
,t O. S. N. Co., ('. & B. line. Anchor
lino. Merchants' line. Northern
Transit Co., Northern Steamship Co.