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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15
I OFFICIAL CALL I
I For the Summit County
$ Democratic Con- I
The Democratic convention of Summit
bounty will ho held at the court house In
Saturday, the 26th day of
ntlOa. m., for the purpose of nominating
the following county officers:
One Probate Judge,
One Clerk of Courts,
One County Commissioner,
One Infirmary Director.
Said convention will also elect 13 delegates
nnd 13 alternates to the Democratic State
Convention to bo held at Zauesvllle. Ohio,
August 29 nnd 30, 1B&9.
The basis of representation for delegates
to this convention shall be one delegate for
i-ach BO votes or fraction over 25 thereof cast
fnrTTnn. Horace L.Chamnan for Governor
In 1817, which entitles the several wnrds and
townships to representation as follows:
Portage 303 7
Richfield 41 1
Springfield 218 5
Stow 117 2
Tallmadge 111 2
Twlnsburg fi 2
Total 6353 133
Caucuses to select delegates to said con
vention shall be held In the respective
wards and townships, at the usual places of
holding the same, on
Friday, August 25, 1899,
and shall be open between the hours of 7
and 8 p.m.
Said caucuses shall nominate one land ap
praiser for each ward and township, nnd se
lect one centrnl committeeman for ench pre
cinct. All electors who voted for lion. Horace L.
Chapman for Governor, and all other elect
ors who are now In accord with the Demo
cratic national platform adopted In 1890,
are entitled to take part in the election of
delegates to this convention.
By order of
THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY EXECU
It. L. ANDREW,
STEPHEN C. MILLER,
THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CEN
B. F. DAVIS,
L. H. AMER, Chairman.
Boom the Street Fair!'
Tell your out-of-town friends to
spend their vacation in Akron, Street
Small honors satisfy the Hon. F.
"W. Myers. He retired from the race
for Representative to become the can
didate for Mayor of the new city of
The name of Hon. Eli Conn does
not appear on the list of Republican
candidates for Representative. This
seems to be an ofT year for Foraker
men especially for first term mem
bers of the Legislature.
Col. Dick has decided to open Mr.
Hanna's campaign at Akron, Sep
tember 23, with Gov. Roosevelt and
Candidate Nash as speakers. "What
ails rock-ribbed Summit this year?
Does somebody fear a repetition of
the disaster of '97.
The new steel and wire trust
cleared nearly $5,000,000 in the first
six months of its existence. This
news will not be very comforting to
the several hundred traveling sales
men who were thrown out of employ
ment by the trust's organization.
The Union Reform party's conven
tion at Cleveland refused to endorse
Mayor Jones as its candidate for
Governor. Tho convention wants a
middle-of-the-roader for its candi
date. Jones would not have accepted
the nomination anyhow as he will
not be the candidate of any party not
composed of all tho people.
KURTZ ENCOURAGES LOCKE.
We read in Mr. Hanna's local
GYrKDEs. vt )COU N CI U
organ that Hon. John F. Locke, Mad
ison county's independent Republi
can, has "reached the height of per
fidy and hypocrisy" in publicly de
claring his hostility to Hannaism.
"The desire for office will lead some
men to indulge in any form of polit
ical and moral turpitude," concludes
our neighbor, paraphrasing an edi
torial published by the Toledo Blade.
This newspaper persecution of life
long Republicans who confess to
being driven from their party by the
corrupting influences of Hannaism,
reminds one of the celebrated reply
'4 made by the late Col. A. L. Conger
to his malignant enemies two years
"It is truly wonderful," said he,
"whatan effect a 'million dollar cam
paign fund' has upon a portion of the
Republican press. Under its influ
ence our papers at once lose all indi
viduality and integrity, and Instead
of being a part of the great bulwark
surrounding American manhood and
American womanhood and American
liberty, they snap their teeth and
growl when and where the 'boodle'
demands, regardless of all things
Read what Hon. Chas. L. Kurtz
has to say about the independent
attitude of his friend. Mr. Locke:
"Hon. John F. Locke will contrib
ute to the Ohio situation one of its
most interesting features this year,
nominated as he is by the Democ
racy in recognition of his fearles?
opposition to the evil of Hanna and
Hannaism that threatens not only
the very life of the Republican
party, but the welfare of the people
in every walk of citizenship. I be
lieve that. Locke will be trium
phantly elected, and I shall watch his
campaign with' the most intense
interest. If he does not strike
Hanna and Hannaism the most
deadening blow they have ever
received in Ohio, then I am mis
taken." This ought to make Mr. Locke feel
that he will have plenty, of company
in dealing the "deadening blow" to
I will be a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for Representative from Sum
mit county, subject to the action 61 the con
vention Aug. 26. Please announce the
same. C. X. RUSSELL,
Permit me to inform the Democrats of
Summit county through your paper that I
will be a candidate for the Democratic nom
ination for County Clerk, subject to the
action of the Democratic convention, Au
gust 2. EDWIN WAGNER.
Kindly announce that I will be a candi
date for the Democratic nomination for
County Clerk, subject to the will of tho
Democratic County Convention.
IV. A. DURAND,
Please announce that I will be a candi
date for the Democratic nomination for
County Recorder, subject to the decision of
tho Democratic convention, Aug. 28.
E. E. STEIN,
Please announce that I will he a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for County
Recorder, subject to the decision of the
county convention, Aug. 28.
CAPT. JAS. H. BURT,
Please announce iny name as candidate
for the office of County Recorder, subject
to the action of Democratic convention to
lie held August 20. ' WM. F. LANTZ.
107 Kllng St.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Democrat: -
Please announce my name us a candidate
for the nomination for County Commis
sioner, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic County convention, Aug. 28.
JACOB D. BREITENSTE1N,
Please announce to the Democrats of
Summit county that I will be a candidate
for tho Democratic nomination for County
Commissioner, subject to the action of the
convention, Aug. 26.
WM. E. BURKE,
. Coventry township.
$1.00 Columbus and Return.
Via CA.&C.R'y Sunday, Aug. 20.
Train leaves Akron Union depot at
8:30 a. in., arrives Columbus 12
o'clock noon. Returning leaves Co
lumbus 7 p. m. and 12:35 midnight.
Parlor car seats 25c each way.
Eighth Regiment band concert and
dance, Randolph park, Friday even
ing, Aug. 18. ,
Hear Jubilee Singers,
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
CONCERT AND DANCE The
Eighth Regiment band will give a
benefit concert and dance at Ran
dolph park Friday afternoon and
evening, August 18. Dancing free
in the afternoon, but 25 cent'- a cou
ple will be charged in the evening.
. . NO IV.AIN . :
Can afford to let his wife bake bread this hot weather, when
he can get such good bread for so little. Ask for
Akron Bakery Brand
2 And you'll get what yon want.
Crowd Is Expected
At Sixth Annual Picnic
Four Special Trains Have
Prominent Members of the Order to
The sixth annual picnic of the Ohio
Maccabee Picnic association will
be held Thursday, August 17, at
Silver Lake park.
Dr. L. E. Sisler, chairman of the
Executive committee, nnd all the
members, have worked hard to se
cure a fine program, and every ef
fort will be put forth to make this
the banner picnic of the season.
Each year's attendance at these
picnics has exceeded the most san
guine expectations of the committee,
that of last year being 11,000; and it
.is thought that the attendance
Thursday will be equally as large.
The event has been extensively ad
vertised throughout central, north
ern and northeastern Ohio. Arrange
ments have been made for excursion
trains from Alliance, East Liverpool
and Salem. One train has been se
cured from the Northern Ohio, two
from the C.T.&V. and one on tho C.
A.&C. An excursion will also be
run on the P.&W. from Youngstown.
Large crowds are expected from
Youngstown and Warren. Cleve
land promises to do well by the pic
nic, too. The Forest City division of
the uniformed rank will be here in
Music will be furnished by four
brass bands the K.O.T.M.; of Ak
ron: Benton band of Benton, Holmes
county: New Berlin band, and one
Following is the program of the
Beginning at 10 a.m., band con
cert; 11 a.m., call to order by Dr. L.
E. Sisler, president of the day ; speak
ing by officers of the supreme tent,
supreme hive, great camp and great
Among the prominent speakers
will be: Supreme Commander Hon.
II. D. Markey, of Port Huron, Mich.;
Supreme Counsellor A. D. Akens of
Flint, Mich. ; Supreme L. O. T. M.
Commander Mrs. Hallister of De
troit, Mich.; Supreme L. O. T. M.
Record Keeper Miss Bena West of
Port Hurou, Mich.; Great Com
mander Prof. H. M. Parker, superin
tendent of Elyria, O., schools; State
Record Keeper Ed. L. Young, of Nor
walk, O.; State Lady Commander
Mrs. Emma S. Olds of Elyria, O.,
and State Lady Record Keeper Lydia
R. DeGroate of Cleveland.
At 12 m. dinner will be eaten in the
grove; 1 p.m., ball game, Kent vs.
New Berlin, prize, $25; 3 p.m., bicy
cle race, 1st prize, $10, second prize,
$5; :t:30 p.m., ladies' competitive
drill, 1st prize $25, second prize $15;
4:30 p.m., exhibition drill by Uni
All contestants will be limited to
the Maccabees, except the ball game.
Entries in all events will be -received
by Secretary C. H. Wire, at
the Clarendon hotel, Akron, until
12:30 p.m., on the day of the picnic.
Minor sports will be indulged in
after the Uniform Rank drill.
Randolph park dance floor will be
free to its patrons every afternoon
this week except Saturday.
Southern Camp Meeting,
Boston Ledges, Sunday, Aug. 20.
OPEN MEETING Next Satur
day evening theNational Association
of Stationary Engineers of Akron
will hold an open meeting in their
hall, 167 South Howard St. Prof. G.
B. Eisenhard will deliver a lecture
on "Oinnibustion." Short talks will
bo made by members of tho associ
ation. V DK- UARTEL'S BOOK,
Relief for Women"
Bent fire In plain, sealed enrelope. Write
iatv ana lesiunoniais ox vu. a.1
w-ubij ui lull DUUft.CUIJUUrilBg JTUT.1CU-
French Female Pills.
Praised by thousands of satisfied ladles as
safe, always reliable and without an equal.
- ,.. aiutitua bu uimIC'UI IUCUU MIA, f ICUU1
flag on ton In Blue, White and Rod. Tako no other.
VreucH Drug Ckx, 381 & 33J Pearl St.. New York CUT.
Philadelphia takes almost
6,ooo boxes a month of Fels
Napthasoap, 5c, because folks
know it. Took less last winter
they don't half know it yet.
Ftls X. Co. maters, rhiUscl'au.
We have just received a new ship
ment of fine glassware. Come and
see what beautiful goods you can
purchase at astonishingly low prices
at J. J. Brasaemle's oc and 10c store
(P. R. Smith's old stand), No. 118 S.
$1.00 Columbus and Return.
Via CA.&C.R'y Sunday,' Aug. 20.
Train leaves Akron Union depot at
8:30 a. m., arrives Columbus 12
o'clock noon. Returning leaves Co
lumbus 7 p.m. and 12:35 midnight.
Parlor car seats 25c each way.
Vessel Started With Supplies
For Porco Rico.
THEY 3IAY AIlKIVr. FR1DAT SIGHT.
Allen Wrote to Kmit That the NaTy D
cired to Co-Upernt and Tendered a
Wartlilp to Hurry Aloof the Supplies.
Vher to eutl Contributions.
New Yhi:k, Aug. 15. The transport
McPherson, with a cargo of supplies for
the btorui bufferers of Porto Rica left
her. pier in Brooklyn. About two-tnirds
of the original cargo of army supplies
were left behind to make room for the
quantities of rice, beans, gram, cloth
ing, lumber, etc., required for the im
mediate necessity of the sufferers. Up
to within a quarter of an hour of sail
ing voluntary donations kept piling in.
It is expected that San Juan will be
reached not Liter than Friday night.
The secretary of war, in the course of
his appeal to governors of states for aid
for the storm sufferers iu Porto Rico,
"Contributions should be either hi
supplies of the character indicated or in
mouey, in order that the supplies cau be
purchased. The supplies should bo sent
to Colonel F. B. Joues, army buildiug,
foot of Whitehall street," New York
city, in packages plainly marked: 'Porto
Ricau Relief." and he should be con
sulted a to time of shipment. Mouey
should lie sent to the National Rmk of
North America, New York city, which
has been designated as a depository for
tho relief fund."'
Acting Secretary of the Navy A116U
wrote Secretary Root that the navy de
sired to eo-operato in every way it could
in rendering aid to the fctonn-fctricken
people of Porto Rico, aud tendering a
warship to 13 placed at the disposal of
the war department if it was desired to
convey hupplies to tho island. Tho
offer doubtless will be accepted, as every
available means is being adopted to
hurry along the gre.it stock of tupplies
which is imperatively needed. Mr.
Allen is in telegraphic communication
with several naval station -with a view
to having a ship ready as s-oon as the
war department wants it.
Secretary Hoot received a donation of
fl00 from ex-Secretary Alger lor the
Porto Ricau relief fund.
The committee organized in Washing
ton to secure aud forward relief to the
people of Texas decided to give way en
tirely to the Porto Ricaus and will so
licit no niore aid for Texas.
PfiEPABING TO FIGHT.
Rumored That Offlcers Uue Keen Or
dered to lsbiie Guns to Unjnued
lloers In Transvaal.
Oape Towx. Aug. 15. A dispatch
from Pietermaritzburg, capital of Natal,
says that at a farmers' meeting, called
there to consider the defense of the
colony, it was resolvea that tbe duty of
every loyal, ablebodied colonist, able to
riao and shoot, was to aid in the defense
of the colony against invasion, and it
was aunouueed that the volunteers
would be -'sent to the frontier in the
event of war aud that the rifle associa
tions would be left to defend their own
It is reported that a former officer of
the British army is now recruiting
among the volunteers here with the
object of forming an irregular corps
for the protection of Bechuanuland.
Johan-nksbuug, Aug. 15. The Stand
ard and Digger News said: "The Boers
are convinced that there is nothing for
it now but the arbitrament of arms."
All sorts of warlike rumors aro in cir
culation. It is alleged that the field
cornets have received orders to supply
all unarmed burghers with rifles gratui
tously and to substitute Mausers for
Martini-Heurys wherever the lattor are
still in use.
H0BS0N PRAISED OAPPS.
Pointed Out the Good Work Done ljy a
rtrotlier Officer Successful liais
ing of SllljM..
Washington-, Aug. 15. Naval Con
structor Richmoud Pearson Hobsou was
heard from by tho navy department for
thofirt timo at any length siuce he was
'assigned to duty in cliarge of tho Span
ish sliips raised from Manila harbor and
now undergoing repairs at Hongkong.
His report is unusually interesting, deal
ing iu general questions, such as the
.need of a Large dockyard iu the Orient,
the increasing shipping at Manila and
tho prospect that Manila will succeed
Hougkong as the emporium of the east,
the value of Chinese labor in all
branches ot industry, etc.
He also said the three Spanish ships
which aro completed will lie worth to
tho government about ?(10,000, aud lie
contemplates trying to raise three more
Spanish vessels now at the bottom of
Manila bay. Tho letter was addressed
to Rear Admiral Hichborn, chief of the
buroau of construction, and is dated at
Hougkong, July 1".
Ho showed that the raising aud re
fittiug had tost about ?304,000, making
a net gain to the government on tho
threo vessels of fi0(i,00O. He gave the
credit for this to Naval Constructor
Oapps, who made the contracts.
The Easy Food
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
in 2-lb. pkgs.
Will Add Large Territory
to the City.
Esgate Says Dry Strip
Law Will Not Hold.
Restrictions Placed on Loafers
In Public Places.
Large Amount For Claim Holders
Council. The greater part of the City Coun
cil's time Monday night was taken
up with the reading and passing of
ordinances to assess certain rates of
taxation for the sprinkling of the
various streets of the City.
Early in the game the members
became weary of the formality of
voting on each ordinance, for there
was a large number, and asked that
the ordinances all be read, and the
voting done afterwards. The sug
gestion was pleasing to all, and
Clerk Isbell was reading fast. But
City Solicitor Esgate informed the
body that such procedure was not in
accordance with the law, so each or
dinance had to be voted on separ
ately, occupying a great deal of time.
Annexation Ordinance Passed.
An ordinance was passed to en
large the corporate limits of the City
by taking in a portion of Coventry
township, of the following dimen
sions: On the south, 930 acres; on
the west, 893 acres; on tho north, 903
ncrtjs; the boundary line on the south
being extended ;s,o00 feet; west,
3,000; northeast, 4,100; northwest,
1,900 of the present city limits.
Silver Street Bridge.
Council also adopted a resolution
to amend a resolution in reference to
the specifications for the building of
a bridge by the Northern Ohio rail
road at Silver st. The original reso
lution called for 19 feet clear space
above the grade of the street, but the
new resolution placed the limit at
ir feet. The railroad will soon
commence the building of the bridge,
which will be of iron.
Law Not Enforced.
Mr. Hrodt wanted to know why
the ordinance relating to leaving a
dry strip on the street for bicyclists
was not enforced. City Solicitor
Esgate said that Council now had
nothing to do with the matter, the
enforcement of the ordinance being
within the jurisdiction of the mayor
and chief of police. Furthermore,
Mr. Esgate is of the opinion that the
ordinance will not stand good for
this year if tested, owing to the fact
that contracts have been made for
the sprinkling of the entire street.
Ordinances and Resolutions.
The ordinance committee reported
favorable to revising section 318 of
the city ordinances, which relates
to loafing about public places, so
that it shall bo considered unlawful
for any person to loaf about public
places. The committee's report was
accepted, an ordinance authorizing
the change read and passed.
Ordinance to pay' claims audited
Aug. 14. Passed. Claims amount
ing to $69,567.22. The reason for the
bill's being so large was that some
outstanding bonus and notes are due.
Ordinance to amend section 78 of
the city ordinances relating to tho
governing of night soiling, so that
loaded wagons shall not be permit
ted to remain standing on public or
private property. Passed.
Ordinance to construct a local
sewer on Yale st.. between .Russell
ave. and Thornton st. Passed.
Resolution to improve Eockwell
court from Bittman st. to the east
end of Rockwell court. Adopted.
Resolution to lay a Btone sidewalk
on Kent St., between .Market and
Broad sts. Adopted.
Ordinance to issue bonds for $3,500
to improve Fay st., from Market st.
to Buchtel ave. Passed.
Resolution to improve Wolf st. by
grading from Woostor av. to Thorn
ton st. Adopted.
Ordinance to construct a main
trunk sewer in district No. 11. Passed.
Petitions and Reports.
Complaint was made by citizens
that street lights only burn until 12
o'clock at night on Lodsst. Also
that storm water-runs on the same
Water reported to be collecting on
Upson st. Referred to Street. Com
mittee aud Commissioners.
Water reported to he running off
Buchtel College grounds onto Sum
Citizens ask for a grade on Otto st.
Residents at. 509 East Exchange st.
ask that an old telephone pole be re
moved from In front of the residence.
Citizens want the sidewalk on East
Exchange st, near Brown, repaired.
Catch basin on Grant St., near Ex
change, reported in need of repairs.
. Citizens want better street car con-
PAR -8 EH
vi...n m.m 1om hi vitality. I V
either thn"Js!ivruirte ur youtbftil Indiscretions,
be is rohltil cf nil iuteret In thiuss mid swn he
roine - llfeli mentally s he l physically. Ii
von ba Kvu .iddictvd to ontbhil follle w liU h are
Wlliison tn, vpur only protection to 10 properly
,reat yourself before it U too late. IIAR-UBX Is
cnritiB thousands easily, quickly. The mostcom-p'U-.itnl
an J aggravated of ca.v-s In both men and
Mi.niin, berelofort- co-wdered Incurable, jicldal
iimki in-i.intly to the wuderful curative pro.' -
uf U::i sreas remedy.
nAJS-HKN creates solid tics-h, nitiMle jim
K1KKNCT1I. chars the brain, makes the ck
pure and rich, and causes a enteral feeling o.
health, power and renenrd itality, while tfct
aenerattve oiyons are helped to regain their normal
i) en, and the sufferer Ls quickly made coticiou:
of direct benefit. OneboxwiU work uoiulersslT
ciwtnbl trfw-t a rum. 60 ets. A BOXt 6 notes.
liSX 1'or sale by d ruggists everywhere, or malled;
sealed, on receipt of price. Address DBS. BAHTxy?,
AXU ISEXbOX, si Bar-Bea Block, Cleveland, O
"ALL BAR-BEN SOLD AT LESS
THAN 50 CENTS A BOX IS NOT
GUARANTEED BY US."
nection at corner of Main and Ex
change. Citizens living on the east side of
the railroad crossing, on McCoy st.,
want the street widened. Referred
to the Street Committee and Com
missioners. Residents on Howard St., west of
Thornton, want the street repaired.
A cistern hole, near the street car
barns on Wooster ave., reported to
be in a bad condition.
Storm water reported to be doing
damage at the corner of Bartges and
Water mains are asked for on
The new Main st. ewer reported
to be letting water into cellars at
some points along the line.
The Ordinance committee reported
favorable to constructing a sewer in
district No. 9. The report was
The Street Committee iu its inves
tigation of Johnston st. improve
ments made no recommendations.
Time was asked by the Sewer and
WaterCourse Committee in the mat
ter of preparing its report oji the re
vision of plans for the construction
of sowers within the city.
Vice President Will Christy of the
Northern Ohio Traction company,
asked that a committee be appointed
by the Council to confer with the
company in reference to laying a
single track on East Market st.
President Sprigle appointed as a
committee the Civil Engineer, Com
missioners and Street Committee.
Burdocks ure growing along New
ton st. Citizens ask that they be
A hedge fence along Case ave. re
ported to be spreading out too far on
Citizens on East Exchange st.
want to know when they'll get a re
bate on taxes, which is due them by
reason of a surplus of money sub
scribed for street improvements. It
is said that the surplus amounts to
almost $12,000. City Solicitor Esgate
says that for convenience in keeping
the books it is advisable to withhold
the rebate until the last payment is
made for the street improvements.
Citizens on West Exchange st. are
getting very anxious that the street
railway extension be completed as
soon as possible.
City Solicitor Esgate says that it
is his intention to make another at
tempt next Monday to get East Mar
ket st. damage claim matters into
Improvements on Kirkwood st.
were referred to the Street commit
tee and City Solicitor.
Council adjourned to meet again
in two weeks.
A Mother Tells How She Saved Her Little
I am the mother of eight children
and have had a great deal of exper
ience with medicines. Last summer
my little daughter had tho dysentery
in its worst form. We thought she
would die. I tried everything I could
think of, but nothing seemed to do
her any good. I saw by an adver
tisement in our pnper that Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy was highly recommended
and sent and got a Jiottle at once. It
proved to bo one of tho very best
medicines we ever had in the house.
It saved my little daughter's life. I
am anxious for every mother to know
what an excellent medicine it js.
Had I known it at first it would have
saved mo a great deal of anxiety and
my little daughter much suffering.
Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Burdick,
Liberty, R. 1. For sale by all drug
gists. E. Steinbacher & Co., whole
Colored Camp Meeting.
Sunday, cAug. 20, 27,
Companions of the Foresters will
crive a lawn fete at .Companion Mc
Kay's, 1021 'Bowery st., Wednesday
evening, Aug. 10. Ice cream and
cake will be served.
CONTRACT AWARDED I. T.
RrcCourt has been awarded the con
tract for the " excavations for tho
Cook st. bridge. Ho Avill receive
Don't tall to try
trficn suffering front any bad !
T condition ot tho Stomach
T or Liver.
X IOccntnml85cenl, nt drugstores. X
A jtHv l
ITTff II I
HAS CHAKGE OF THE E0AD.
Whecll.ljr ami LaX-e Krlo l-iriimllj Ac
quired the Uletelautl, Canton ami
southern Officers Appointed.
Cleveland. Aug. 15. Tho Cleveland,
Cautou and Southern railway was
turned over to tho Wheeling aud Lake
Erie counxiny under an order issued by
Judge ThouipMiu of the United States
district court. The offices of the Wheel
fug and Lake Erie are to be removed to
this citv from Toledo aud Preident
Robert Blickcut-derfer opened headquar
Tne following appointments were an
nounced: F. J. Stout, general superintendent,
headquarters at Canton; J. N. Jferwiu,
superintendent Toledo division, head
quarters at Toledo; F. H. Keeshan, su
perintendent Cleveland division, head
quarters at Cleveland; C. O. Needham,
claim agent, headquarters at Canton;
Y. P. Sehaufele, superintendent of car
service, headquarters at Canton; F. E.
Bissell, chief engineer, headquarters at
Cleveland; J. F. Townsend, general
freight ana passenger agent, headquar
ters at Cleveland; E B. Uoolidge, as
sistant general freight aud passenger
ageut, headquarters at Toledo.
Determined to Break the llojcott.
Cleveland, Aug. 10. The business
men's anti-boycott committee, which
was appointed as a result of tho meet
ing held the other day, met and de
cided to hire lawyers to prosecute mer
chants and others who violate the civil
rights law iu compliance with the de
mands of the boycotters. They also
agreed to employ detectives to hunt
down and arrest dynamiters who have
been placiug explosives under street
cars. The business men pledged a
fuud of $10,000 to meet the expense of
the crusade against the violators of the
Troublesome to the Army.
During the civil war, as well as in
our late war with Spain, diarrhoea
was one of the most troublesome dis
eases the army had to contend with.
In many instances it became chronic
nnd the old soldiers still sufier from
it. Mr. David Taylor of Wind
Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of
these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
says he never found anything that
would give him such quick relief. It
is for sale by all druggists. E. Stein
bacher fc Co., wholesale agents.
Eighth Regiment band concert and
dance, Randolph park, Friday even
ing, Aug. 18
EXCURSION RATES Buckley
Po3t, G.A.R. has made arrangements
with the B. & O. for excursion rates
to the National encampment -at
Philadelphia, which begins Septem
ber 4. The round trip will cost $11.
About 100 members of the post will
go, leaving Akron Sunday afternoon,
September 3, at 2:30 o'clock.
A Cure for Nervous Headache.
For eight years I sufleredfrom constipation
and seere nervous headache, the lieadacbe
usually lasting three days at a. time. Head
ache powders relieved ine temporarily! hut
lefttoo bad an cfiect- Since 1 began taking
Celerv iriin? 1 have greatly improved in
health, pe!drm or never have headache, have
gaineu in jiesn, attu ieei aeciueuiy wen. airs.
11. H. nalrh.TMiiiilc.JJ.il.
Celerv King for the Nerves, Stomach, I.lver
and Kidncvs i i Fold In EOc. and 25c packages
oy aiiigstotianuueaiers- o
is reached quickly and com
The Overland Limited
Of the Chicago, Union Paci
fic & North-Western line,
leaving Chicago every day
at 6:30 p.ip., 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 apply to
your nearest ticket agent or
Chicago & North-Western Ry.
Chicago, 193 Clark st.
Cleveland, 127 The Arcade
AV. AV. llnyslnger. plnlntin. i
AVllllani Heller. defendant. S
lteforo Frederick DeutM-h, Justice
l'enci' of Franklin township,
On the llrst day of August, A. I), law, said
Justice luod mi order of attachment In the
alKive action for the sum of nine nniM'O-IOOtlis
loIIat. AV. AV. llAA'SINOEH.
Clinton. O., Aug..".. 1MW.
Aug h 13 22 Aug .) wS
Bonrtl of Citv Commissioners' Otllce.
Akron, O., Aug. lit, 1SW.
Sealed proposals will bo received tit the
Citv Comml-slotuT.' office until 12 o'clock
noon. Saturdiiy, Sept. 1, 1N.. for the im
provement of Fny Mreot from Market
street to lluehtel tienue by grading tbe
Mime to the citnblMied snide, curbing with
stone, guttering nnd paving the same with
brick, in nceordiinco with the plans, profiles
nnd specifications relating to said Improve
ment on lilt) in the otllce of tho City Civil
Knglneer, where plans, protlles nnd speci
fications maybe seen aud bidding blanks
mny be obtained.
Knch bidder Iu addition to the amount of
ball required in proposal must deposit with
thft Clerk of Commission at the time of
flllng his bid, a certificate of deposit, a cer
tified check on some bank (inlnr hnstns in
Akron, or cash to tho cmount of two hun
dred (a) dollars.
Ench nronosnl must contain the full ntime
of tho person or persons making the same.
The city reserves the right to accent anv
or reject nil bids.
By order of tho Board of City Commis
sioners. CHAICIjEH U. ISBELL, Clerk.
Aug 16-23-30 Bcpt
There is a
I Class of People
C "Who nre injured by the use of cof- 3
P fee. Itecently there hss been placet! 3
C in all tho grocery stores a new pre- 3
p pnrution called GHALX-O, made of 3
P pure grains, that taies tha placa o jj
fc coffco. 3
fc The most delicato B'oniach re- 3
ceives it without distress, and but 3
e few can tell it from coffee
C It docs not cost over J as much.
jE et. 15 cents and 25 cents per paci-
e age. Try it. Ask for GRAIK-O.
C Accept no imitation.
The Purest and Finest .
&, beck, impuricu
S BRAU . .
(Muenchen) always on draught.
THE ATLANTIC GARDEN 7
Cor. Main and E. Market Sts.
DETTLING BROS., Props.
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
lik -HARPER Whiskev. SOLD 11V
144 S. Howard st., Akron, O.
IKE A Mil
L0TTG LAKE FUIL OF IOVELCTESS AUD
GRAHDEUR as viewed from n steamer.
Daily runs from 8:80 a.in. and 1 p.m;Sundny
S nnd 1:30. JCo delays, charter steamer
Drummer Boy for evening parties or tlh
frjs at less price thuu street car- to
out-of-town resorts. Tel. 274.
Cutting School Reopened.
Mrs. R. C. Gingell has reopened
her Cutting and Dressmaking school
and Avill teach one of the latest sys
tems. She is located at No. ISO
South Main St., second floor, where
she Avill be pleased to see all former
For Drags, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Cigars come to tne
Now Drue: S'fcore
At Ho. 1 121 S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
I rr- rwf
3 - ...rKnTt.AJ " - .
A PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM,!
CIM. PURE, TASTELESS AND CDORIESS.
Put up ia One Pound Cakes.
ft for many purposes, a few of which ,
are: Preserving Jellies, Pickles,
fl Catsup and Fruits, Sealing L
Bottler, Polishing Floors, Laun-
5J dry Purposes, Coating all sorts of yM
fii Tackages to make them Air Tight,
preventing Evaporation, Leakage, JjJ
jj Absorption, &c. $
$ FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH CAKE.
GJ Ask your Storekeeper for
S FDRBREFIHED PARAFFIJIE WAX. $
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
stood the testof Years.
and hare cured thousands of
cases of .Nervous Diseases, such
as Debility, Dizziness. Sleepless
ness and Varicocele, A trophy. Jtc
Theyclearthe brain, strengthen
the circulation, maLe digestion
perfect, and impart a health
vigor to the whole being. All
drains and losses arc checked
SfmnprAtrato trtk. VnUu patient
w....,0..OH..., are property cureaineircvoui
tlon often worries them Into Insanity, Consurap
ItororDeath. Mailed sealed. Price ii perbox:
6 boxes, with iron-cUd legal guarantee to cure or
refund the money, $S oo Send for free book.
Address, PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland. 0,
A, Warner, druggist, 20S K. Market.
RJlAKJc PERFECT IWEtY
DO AOT DUPAIK X Bonotsur
ferLoncr! Tbajora and ambition! of
life can bo re tortl to you. Tbo Tf rj
wont csea of fn ou Ttrblll trary
abJOlntflT enrrd bj rEltrKfTf
T-4.Itl.RTS. OJ, prompt rl! to-!
rmpti. f alllnc inemorj. and U.cwavw
and drain or ltal powrn. Incurred 1 1
lion. Bracuptbeaj9tem. utr A -mtot
rheeka and lustre to tbe ejee ofifjjrounTOrll
n..iv boirnfwltl merer C1J6 doxm ai
M. SO a complete iruarantetU cere -lif or money -e.
rundM. Can bo carried In Test poekeu Sold
eervwere.or inaneum ptaiu wn en receipt ot
price or Tiix nutrni CO.. mm klu.. fainsi. tit.
For sale hi Akron by E. Steinbacher
& Co., E. Market st, and Lamparter
& Co., 183 Howard st
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