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"When we advertise a reduction
AVE MEAN IT.
Here is One
Ladies' While Pique Skirts,
were $2. to go nl
Here is Another
Ladies' White Pique5 Skirts
trimmed, were $3, to go at
A Reduction in
Ladies' White Shirt Waists,
two rows of insertion, were $1, to
A" reduction in Ladies'
. Night Gowns
Ladies' all Cambric Gowns,
trimmed, were $2.50 and $3, to go
150-152 South Howard St.
The new Fall
Shoes are here. Every
pair is just right in
Is made in all styles
of toes, welt and turn
soles. The best shoe
. Equals most boots
that sell at 4.50. These
are made all styles and
sell at one price,
We guarantee every pair.
Make your selection early
and get first choice.
132 S. Main St.
S. & O.'s POINTERS
THREE ITHE ARTICLES
Then. Hnvllnnd china cups and
saucers decorated. Theo. Hnviland
decorated china plates. S. A G.'s star
haklng powder. Ijulles who admire
One china and want Ilfiht cake and
biscuit can take their choice of plate
or cup and saucer with 1 lb. Star
baking pow der for 45c.
164 S. Howard St.
In Stoves Heaters and
Furnaces, and for Lighting
ENGELH&RT & ECKART
Of Fresh Bananas will arrive tomor
row. Tho best- quality at moderate
price. Watermelons, California
Fruits, also new crop of Oranges and
N. Uaekarls Oo.
Phone 289. - - 162 S. Howard st.
Continued From First Pag.
desire of the management to give
every citizen of Akron qual oppor
tunity. Information concerning the booths
and rental of the same may be ob
tained from any member of the com
mittee. B.L.Dodge, chairman; B.
M. Pillmore. Louis Loeb. W. T.
Tobin, Chas. H. Baker. C. W. Kline
and H. L. Snyder.
An elaborate program will be is
sued in a short time giving every
feature of the fair, the time and loca
tion of every free attraction. These
will be printed and distributed under
the direction of those who have
charge of the fair and will be official.
Guests of Fair.
Every newspaper man within 100
miles of Akron will receive an invi
tatian to the fair. He will come as
a guebt and will be treated as the
same in every sense of the word.
Transportation will be furnished for
both himself and wife, and they will
be entertained at the local hotels
without any expense to either.
The illustration, giving a pertpec
tive view of South Howard St. as it
will appear after the decorations and
awnings are arranged, was placed on
exhibition in the show window of J.
Koch & Co. today. The view of
South Main st. is on exhibition in the
show window of M. O'Neil & Co.
The complete list of fine attrac
tions will be given out in a few days.
Attention has already been called to
many of the acts, but there are more
artisls to be engaged. These will be
announced in due season. A unique
parade will be given each day, just
previous to the balloon ascension.
It was stated Monday night that
the display of firewoaks would sur
pass anything ever seen in this city.
It will take place every night of the
fair, in a different location each even
ing. Vehicles of all kinds and street
cars will be kept oil of the streets in
the fair district from 7 to 11 o'clock
each night. This will do away with
all danger of accidents, giving the
people a chance to fully enjoy the
Reduced rates have been secured
on all roads entering the city. It is
fully expected that there will be
50,000 people visit Akron.
The Eighth Regiment band of 30
pieces, has been engaged for four
days to furnish the concert music for
the coming Street Fair.
SI 00 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleaasd
to learn that there is at least one dread eO
disease that science has been able to cure In
all Its stages and that is Catarrh. Holl
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
tn-ngth b- building up"the constitution
mi! assisting nature in doing its work,
riii- proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer one hun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to
iire. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O,
Sold by druggists 75c. .
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
In Election of Officers of Eighth Ohio
Company F's Vote.
The election held Monday evening,
between 5 and 10 o'clock, by Compa
ny F for the election of officers for
the Eighth regiment resulted as fol
lows: For lieutenant-colonel ex-Major
Edward Vollrath, of Bucyrus, re
ceived 30 votes; ex-Major C. C. Wey
brecht, of Alliance, received 30 votes
for major, and 29 votes were also re
ceived by Capt. A. B. Critchfield, of
The election was held at Company
F's armory on South Howard st.
Capt. Herman Werner received the
returns from other portions of the
State today. Wednesday he will go
to Columbus to serve in his official
capacity as secretary of the canvass
ing board. The result of the elec
tion will be officially announced
Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes
l'our feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and
get tired easily. If you have smarting feet
or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools the feet and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet. Ingrowing
nails, blisters and callous spots. Kelloves
corns and bunions of all pain nnd elves rest
and comfort. Try it today. Sold bv all
druggists nnd shoo stores for 25c. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmstead
La Roy, N.Y. s
All Night Office.
The equipment of the Akron Dis
trict Telegraph Company, recently
purchased by the American District
Telegraph Company, is being re
moved to the office of the Western
Union Telegraph Company. The
new headquarters will be kept open
all night from this date forward.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nan
Remedy" price 26c. For sale by all
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
$1.00 Columbus and Return.
Via C.A.&C.R'y Sunday, Aug. 20.
Train leaves Akron Union depot at
8:30 a. m., arrives Columbus 12
o'clock noon. Returning leave Co
lumbus 7 p. m. and 12:35 midnight.
Parlor car seats 25c each way.
Local News s
I-fcn Mer!ts.-Tn -IMHk of them
properly would cover a page, and a few of
its points may interest you. uaKing men
HS Inches: double burner and three single
burners; the combustion is perfect and
Jewel burners do not pod: will burn natur
al gas; two cooking hole-, with lid- over
water heater; drop doors with prings;
valves, "air regulator, front plies. door
piates, spring gunrns. an nicKei-piaieu. inis
stove is beautiful in appearance and Its
convenience and service known only to
Jewel users. An inspection K a purchase
and the exclusive agents for Akron are
Pouchot, Hunsicker & Co.
216-218 South Main st.
They understand every point of construc
tion, and natural gas being our latest fuel
a talk with them will interest you.
By Akron Brewers Union Employes
The managers of Akron's breweries,
Renner's and Burkhardt's, signed
the scale of prices today-presented
by the newly organized union of
brewery employes. The scale con
tinues until May 1 and provides that
10 hours shall constitute a day's
work for all employes, except
drivers, who shall work
11 hours on Saturdays. Sun
day work is dispensed with except
in emergencies. The men are well
pleased with the new scale, which is
the same as that prevailing in other
cities. Michael Riegler is president
of the new union; B. W. Richter,
Whendlzzv or drowsy take Eeeciiam's
The annual summer meeting of the
Summit County Farmers' Institute
will be held at Silverlake on Satur
day, August 26, 1890. President
Thompson of O. S. U., will deliver
the address. Good ball games.
Music by G. A. R. quartet and K. O.
T. M. band.
Special Soap Sale.
12 bars of P. R. Smith soap only
25c at J. J. Brasaemle's 5c and 10c
store, No. 118 S. Howard st.
Will Be Dropped.
Henry Steinmetz, charged by Ra
venna parties with being implicated
in a fake foot race, went to that vil
lage today prepared to enter a plea.
No one .appeared against him and
the case will probably be dropped.
The comic opera "Pinafore" is to
be produced in St. Vincent's Hall,
West Hill, Aug. 17 and 18. Admis
sion 25 cents.
We wish to announce that new
goods are arriving daily. Greater
bargains than ever at J. J. Bra
saemle's 5c and 10c store (P. R.
Smith's old stand), No. 118 S. How
REHEARSAL A rehearsal of
"Mikado" will be held at the Grand
Opera house tonight at 7:30.
S. OF ST. GEORGE PICNIC
Akron lodge, Sons of St. George,"are
making arrangements for a picnic to
be held the latter part of August.
DEFECTIVE FLUE A defective
flue in the residence of Mrs. Sophia
Kilmer at Barberton, caused a fire
Monday evening that resulted in a
loss of $200.
FUNERAL SERVICES Funeral
services over the remains of Andrew
Greeley, late of 117 North Maple st.,
will be held Wednesday morning at
9 o'clock at St. Vincent de Paul's
FUNERAL Funeral services over
the remains of Squire W. H. Marsh
were held at his late home in Tall
madge Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
He died in Chicago Sunday of can
cer. He was 55 years of age.
EXCURSION An excursion train
will be run by the Eri'j from Akron
to Niagara Falls this evening, leav
ing at 8:44. About 150 of Akron's
citizens will lake advantage of the
cheap rate, $3 for the round trip.
KISSING BUG Luciiib Pine
claims to have a genuine kissing bug
on exhibition at his store, corner of
Long and Main sts. The insect made
an attempt to fasten into Pine, but
he caught it before it succeeded.
BANKERS' CONVENTION The
twenty-fifth annual convention of
the American Bankers' Association
will be held in the Chamber of Com
merce building, Cleveland, Sept. 5, G
and 7. A number of thp bankers
from this city will attend the con
vention. The Pythian Sisterhood will give
a lawn fete on the lawns of Mines.
Williams and Irwing. 107 East State
st. Wednesday evening, Aug. 10. Ice
cream and cake will be served.
Steamer for L.L. park 8:30 audi daily
Local News s&.
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nil n.i.x . " -il.t I;: :;-.- morni:ig."
STORIES OF IIEIWISIT.
SOME INCIDENTS OF THE CAMPAIGN
IN THE PHILIPPINES.
r.llra Archnrd Cnimrr AVrltm of the
nrnnTj- of Hie American !?olilier
In the Orient IlaeriieiBK of Oflloer
nnd Men ti fin Into Iliitlle.
Manila. June 2fi. The eagerness
to fight of the American soldiers
in this, Philippine campaign I think
must be something phenomenal. In
60ie case this desire for fight
on the part of the soldiers is
equaled by the enthniavin. possibly
aided also by ambition for promotion,
on the part of their officer;.. Then there
is deadly work. The Nebraska regi
ment, whose colonel, the daring Stotz
enberg, was billed, came here last sum
mer 1,200 strong, three full battalions.
Now there is left only one battalion.
The others? God rest their souls! The
boys that remain say grimly, "If they
keep us here awhile longer, they will
not have the trouble of sending any of
us home." Their colonel's last words
were. "Go ahead, boysl" They did it
Sometimes one's feeling is about
equally divided between admiration for
the daring success of the Americans
LEADING THE CHAP.GK.
and horror at the fate of their hapless
Filipino enemies. Once, when a detach
ment of our army was crossing a bridge
over-one of the small, swift streams of
this country, the insurgents were in
trenched on the other side. Hardly had
the crossing begun when the bridge
collapsed. A young lieutenant and 14
men were left alone on the wrong side
of the stream, with no means of getting
back. From the side where our troops
were the major waved his hand to the
lieutenant It was a farewell, and the
yonng officer read the thought that was
in his superior's mind. He turned to
"Boys," said he, "we'll be in heaven
or hell tonight Double time 1 Charge 1"
Mad with the lust of fighting and
with the sense of their danger, the men
obeyed and charged like fnries. Against
the intrenchment3 they hurled them
selves, bayonets foremost. The wild
charge struck panic into the Filipinos.
They fled, the 14 Americans after them,
yelling like madmen. The rest of this
story is that those 14 men killed 17
Filipinos with their bayonets.
There are regiments here that have
been in active service almost from the
day they came. The Colorado men were
actually in fighting order before they
set foot on land. On thai, historic 13th
of August. 1898, when Manila was sur
rendered, the Colorados were landed.
They were brought from the ship in
boats. So soon as they were within
wading distance of the "shore the men
leaped from the boats' and formed out
there, moving through the water in
splendid line of battle. It was a glori
ous sight, and cheers rent the air as
they advanced on Fort Malate and took
it, dripping wet, as they were.
These are such stories as fill the soul
with enthusiasm for our flag and conn
try. I tell them to you because in any
history of the Filipino insurrection you
will never read them.
There is one that lingers in the mind
with a strange pathos. On one of those
fatal Sundays when the fighting about
Manila was hottest the men of a cer
tain company suffered terribly. They
were in an exposed position, and a large
proportion of them were killed outright
Men as they loaded and fired saw their
dearest friends, lifelong comrades some
times, drop dead "beside them. It mad
dened them with rage and pain as man
after man fell They could not weep.
They did not have time. Besides, it
would have been nnmilitary. So they
poured the fires of hell into the insur
gents and cursed and swore like demons.
One of their officers told me he never
before or since heard such blistering
and awful profanity as on that Sunday
The fight ended, and the decimated
company buried their fallen comrades.
In the evening, when all was over and
their duty done, they gathered in a
group in the dazzling tropical moon
light to smoke and think. Perhaps then,
with the thoughts of home, of their lost
comrades, strong upon, them, some
among them suddenly remembered it
was Sunday. They began to sing fa
miliar hymns, these erstwhile profane
blasphemers There were good voices
among them sweet baritones, tenors
nnd rich bassos. With one accord they
struck up "Nearer, My God, to Thee."
Solemn and tender and thrilling it rose
on the vibrant air:
Nearer, my God, to thes, nearer to thee,
K'en though it bo a cross
That raiscth mc.
Eliza Akciiakd Connek.
"1 notice,' said the observant board
er, "that ilia amount of money In cir
culation in the United States at pres
ent is $28.38 per capita."
"I wish," replied the ooss eyed
boarder, after taking an iuventory of
the contents of his pockets, "that you
would lend me ?2S.25 to make up my
share." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
London, Ex-Wntcrlnij Place.
Time tths when London vras a water
ing place, vhose wells, if not rivallnc
Bath or Harrogate, wore widely famed
nnd frequented by people form nil quar
ters. In South London there was qnita
a number of spas Lambeth well,
which sold wnter for a penny a quart
and save It. to the poor for nothing: St.
George's well. Sydenham wells and
Dulwich wells being the-bpsi known.
Courtesy of the Game.
"To what may I attribute the honor
of this call?"
"A pair of aces." Cleveland Plain
iBoWL, jSmttGtr r "wGsz ?5
I The Motto
Everything don't come to the man who
waits, that is if he waits too long in taking
advantage of the offerings wejare making
On Men's Suits
On Children's Suits
On Men's Pants
On Boys' Pants
EVENTS IN BRIEFS.
Qeneral Wixxl hentlveeis to patrol to pre
rent aid l,vivmg Sautiao for San Domingo
Geur-il Jliumrz received news of a rebel
victory in Sun Domtngo.
Hurry.!. Barker. Fifth cavalry, died of in
juries from the hurricano in Porto Kico.
Tli president and Mrs. JIcKinley, Vice
President and Mrs. Ilobart, Private Secre
tary Cortelyou, Chief Clerk Foster and others
left Bluff Point wharf and took a yacht ride.
The steamer China, from Yokohama and
Honolulu, arrived at San Franciaco. Among
the p.i3engi-r;.vas President J. G. Schurman
nf tin-Philippine islands commission.
Andrew Curnegie sent a check for $1,000 to
the Anti-Imperialist League, at Boston.
In East Mlddlebury, Vt , a man named
Eastwood killed his mother-in-law and wife.
He then drove to Jliddlebury and killed Frank
Fenn and sh t at Fenn'g wlfn, missing her.
Eastwood then went to the residence of his
wife's brother. E. D. Brown, evidently Intend
jig to kill him, but could not find him. He e
japed. Life Lo-st In Hotel Fire.
Red Bluff, Cal., Aug. 15. The hotel
at Tuscan Springs, near here, was de
stroyed by fire. One life was lost and
the Unauudl loss will be in the neigh
borhood of 40,000.
$1 BEGINNING SATURDAY, AUG. 12, FOR ONE WEEK, it
D will make almost no value sale on the following
ft Infants' Ahi-fce Dr-esses f
1S Some of them slightly soiled, at 20c,.25
s Worth more than double.
II Summer Knit Underwear Sc, 10c, 15c.
41 Few of the Bargain Corsets left 25c, 50c.
it JL ft. L-
When placing your order remember J. M. LAFFER
handles the best brands old process WHITE LEAD and LINSEED
OIL as well as strictly pure colors, VARNISHES, GLASS, etc
Enamel Your Bicycle For 15c Any Color
Remember the place..--
J. M. LAFFER, Druggist
Clarendon Mo-fcel Bloclc.
New EL.irce of
In All Colors Just Received
We will continue our
SPECIAL CORSET SALE
During August.. Summer Millinery sold.
Regardless of Cost
Means a $2 Hat for $1.60.
A $1? Pall nvprmat fnr Q Art
It brings an All Wool
made to $5.30.
Our fine $18 Suits $14.40.
You know what it means four-fifths of the value of
the best clothing in town.
Don't Want Toner to Iloilgu.
Maxfield, O., Aug. 15. The Inter
state League meeting will take place
here today. Several of the directors
were here in conference over the resig
nation of President Power of the league.
James MeAleer, who is hereafter to
captain the Mansfield club, is here leav
ing no stone unturned to induce Presi
dent Power to withdraw his resignation.
The directors refuse to accept Power's
nfjiiibllcuu Campaign Opening.
OOLUJIBU&, Aug. lu. It is announced
that the Republican campaign will be
opened at Akron, Sept. 23. Governor
Ifcxevelt of Xew York and Jnilge
Nash will bo the speakers. There will
be no other Republican meetings on
that date, the intention being to con
centrate all efforts on the Akron meet
ing. Ktlleil by a B. & (J. Train.
Elktox, Md., Aug. lo. William B.
Hartman, aged 35 years, of New Or
leans was struck and instantly killed
by a Baltimore and Ohio train near
Covert Overcoat, well i
the Clothing: Line,
M. LABORI IS IMPROVED,
I Two 3Iiu ITiler lrrflon Pmplolon of
I Hat lux liot Uiin More Be'
tails or tlin Aftalr.
I .Rf.naf.n, An?. ID. Further details re-
Iganiing the shooting of M. Labori
show that the fky was overcast when
M. libon leit his house accompanied
by Colonel Piequart and the latter s
brother-m-law. 11. Gast. JI. Labori
wax laughing and chatting with his
corap-.miiiti', when he was hot. The
party was passing the Qaai Richmond
and was about to cross the Ohatau
briand bridge, when a man hidden be
hind a wooden fence at the corner of
the quai bti'pjied out and fired at M.
The wounded man fell to the ground.
He tried to rke. and put his hand to the
wound in his back and brought the
hand back covered with blood. As he
lay there, witn his clothes covered with
tho dust in which he had fallen, he said
in a fainc voice: "I beg you to give me
my stick and my papers."
"Go and tell them," he added with a
final effort, "to suspend the proceed
ings." When Madame Labori came up she
was sent to letch a doctor, but not
knowiug the town she lost a good deal
of time. At last she thought of going
to the court and asking there for a mili
tary surgeon. Drs. Vidal and Reclus
were at hand and at once accomnanied
her. They had the presence of mind to
Bend gendarmes to the barracks for an
ambutmce with a stretcher and bearers.
For a time ilme. Labori held her hus
band's head in her lap. The s.ricken
man was finally taken to tho house he
had rented for the stay in Rennes.
Accounts of the shooting related by
eyewitnesses differ considerably, espec
ially respecting the appearance of the
wouldbe murderer, of whom the fol
lowing is the official description:
"Twenty-five to 30 years; Hat, peaked
hat; dressed like a workingman in blue
A force of gendarmes headed by M.
Hennion, sub-chief of the secret police,
is scouring the country in search of M.
Labori's assailant and a company of in
fantry had been dispatched to surround
and beat the wood where the man was
supposed to be in hiding.
Two meu were caught on suspicion of
having done the shooting, one being on
his way to Havre.
Labori was reported to be slightly im
proved. 31. Guerin Still lleiiegctl.
Paris. Aug. 15. The club of the Anti
Semite League, in which M. Guerin,
president of tho league, and Max Regis,
the noted Jew baiter and ex-mayor of
Algiers, bought refugo from arrest on
Saturday, were still besieged.
May Italae Netr Keglmeuts.
New York, Ang. 15. A special to
The "World from "Washington says:
Secretary Root? has sent a telegram " to
governors of states asking for the names
of two officers of each volunteer regi
ment in the Spanish war. As all regi
ments now ordered aro fnlly officered
these must he for new regiments which
the administration contemplates raising.
It is thought very likely that orders for
them will be issued early in the week.
William A. Campbell Found Shot.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 15. Will
iam A. Campbell, ex-county seperin
tendent of schools, ex-postmaster and a
prominent merchant of the town of
Shickshinney, was found dead in an
outhonss in the rear of his store. A
revolver with one chamber empty was
found by his side. Everything pointed
to suicide, hut the family of the dead
man say he accidentally shot himself.
FIRE ALARM CALLS.
1 Central Engine House
2 lluckeye works
3 Akron Iron "Works
4 Diamond Bubber "Works
5 Main and Market
0 No 2 Engine Houae, Sixth ward
7 N" Broadway, near Market
S Bnchtel av and Bowery
!) Schumacher MiU, Mill st
12 Prospect, near Mill
13 Furnace and Broadway
14 Main and Keck
"15 Ash and Park Place
1G No 3 Engine House, West Hill
17 Carroll and Exchange
15 Emp re Mower and Beaper Wks
19 Ak on Bubber Works
2i Prospect and Perkins
Z Forge and Market
24 Sherman near Exchange
25 Main and Exchange
26 North Howard and Tallmadge
27 W Market and Greene
28 Akron Knife works
29 Washington and Hopp alley
31 North Howard and North
32 E Market and Spruce
34 W Market and Valley
35 Carroll and Spicer
38 Carroll and Sumner
37 North and Arlington
33 Vine and Fountain
39 Coburn and Campbell
41 Wooster av and locust
42 Pearl, near Cistern
43 S Main nnd Falor
45 College and MIU
46 Ailington nnd Hazel
47 Howe and Bowery
4S West South
49 Merrill pottery, State st : ,
oi nowara ana unerry
52 No. 4 Engine house, Main & Fnii
53 Center st. railroad crossing
54 Bnchtel av. nnd Union
50 Akron Stoneware Co.,Sixth ward
57 T.oils and Turner
5i Perkins and Adolph ava
59 Main, near Odd Fellows Temple
01 Case ave and Kent
62 Sioberling Mill, Sixth ward
(j" Johnston and Chaniplain
64 Akron Sewer Pipe Co., Black mill
65 Hill Sewer Pipe Co, E. Mnrkpt
07 Carroll and E. Market
($ SeconJ ave and Valley rnilroad
69 Johnson and Wilson
71 Giim and Cross
72 North and Maple
73 Werner Printing Co i
74 North Union, near Bluff
75 Bobinson Bros, N Forge st
76 Tho Whltmore, Bobinson Co
81 Western Linoleum Co
52 Summit Sewer Pipe Co
53 Allyn and Cross
84 Thornton and Harvard
85 The J C McNeal BoUer Works
91 Cereal Mills, S Howard st
92 Schumacher Cooper Shop, North
121 General Alarm
123 Silver and Hickory
! W Marbf and Rho v
232 Rennei'a Briiwttyi H Tm "
241 Sherman and Vorli
251 Cedar and Wabih ar
253 W Exchange, near WUlow
312 Cascade Kills, N Howard
814 Fire Chief's Residence
321 Adamg and Upson
341 Baloh and Market
342 Maple, opposite Balob
346 Bittman and Crosby
351 Exchange and Spicer
112 Wooster and St Clair
113 St Clair and Bartges
115 Wnter Works, Wooster t
131 Kwnrt Tile Works
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
i Dftlly ; all othtrt dally xopt Bandar.
Central Standard Tim.
OL-GVSLAITD, AKBON A. OOLTJMB0.
Unlon Depot, Market BU
so. lit Oolumbu expre
No. 85 From lllllersbnre only"
No. H Columbni fait mall "
Col.-Cln. fast mall.
No. fctrt Col.-Cln. eipreii (")"
io .uiuersDnrg only.
EB1E RAJLEOAD OO.
Erie Depot, MU1 it.
Tlm Card! Deo.ll, uss.
Na 14 TCTnragg
No 6t Limited Tetlbul
.10 iat '
... W U f AW 4UkA V U Ullijf
T?n 1ft TTnnMncrtstn ihiikI.I Xl
- To Akron only
Wrt fti P..IA. M.i. TT
No 87 Accommodation.
.. u, A u..uw V. Ul DM
No 8f Limited veitlbulj
No 1 Km,,
No New York special
No lt Cnantauqoa xpr ,, , 4:25 pn,
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How. St. Union
8 :45 am (:SSam
9:20 am 9:05 am
l:10pm 1:00 pm
6:13 pm 4:55 pm
8:35 pm 8:15 pm
8:42 am 9:05 am
.11:01 pm 12:18 pm
... 4:20 pm 4:Kpm
10:51 pm 11 :15 pm
7:35 pm 7:50 pm
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WHEELING 4 LAKE ERIE KT.
Myron T. Herrlck, Robert BUekemderfer,
receivers. Time card: Not. 17, 18S8,
Nol N08 NoS
Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15
Spencer , , in;
Wheeling , Tr 6:80 am
VallpyJnrn-Mnn , , , 8:00
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Toledo (Union deooHJ
a. u. aooia.
General Traffic Manager.
J. F. Towniend,
Assistant General Passenger Acem.
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THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19, 1898.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. l... . . 7:50 am
" No. 11 5:00 pra
Arrive No. 2 . 4:20 pm
" No. 12 12:15 am
PITTSBURG & WESTERN R. R.
-Union Depot, Market street.
Leave lor the East.
No. t Vestibule limited 1:55 am
No. 46 Pittsburg rpra 6:10 an
No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 pin
No. 10 Washington Express from C.
T. 4 V. R. ft. Howard 1 1. station 4 :20 pn
Arrive from the East.
No. I Western n ii:fann.
No. 47 Chicago expresss 7:25 pin
No. 5 Vestibule limited ,, , mnopm
No.9Cleve. Express, ar. O. T.A V.
R. Howard st. stotlon 9:80 am
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
No. 6 Vestibule limited llUSam
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mali10:10 arn
No. 474. Chlcato "p" , 7:50 prr
Arrive from the west.
No. 6Vestlbnle limited
No. 4 Pittsburg express.....
No. I Ohlsago-Akron fast null
, 1:50 am
, (:05 am
. 8:10 pm
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CU.
The A., B. & C. Route.
Waiting Room. North Howard St.
Time Card. May 27. 1SW.
Cars leave Akron 5: n.m.. ecry halt
hour; :S0a.m. until 7 p.m. nnd nt 8. l and
Leave Cleveland 5 a.m.. every half hour;
6 a.m. until 8 p.m and at 9. 10 and 11:10 p.m.
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
Bouto, forms the great short-line
highway from Louisville and Cincin
nati to the' principal points in Ten
nessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida.
Louisana, INortn and bouth Carolina
with direct steamer connections for
Havana, Cuba; Xassau, X. P., and
Key West. Double daily trains witli
through sleepers. Only 24 hours to
Jacksonville ; 54 hours to Havana.
All agents sell tickets via the
Southern railway. Bound-trip tick
ets to principal southern resorts.
Ask your nearest ticket agents for
rates and other information, or write
to C.A.Baird, Trav. Pass'r agent,
Louisville, Ky., or J. C. Beam, jr.,
N. W. Pass'r acent, SO Adams st..
Chicago, UL, or Wm. H. Tayloe, as
sistant general passenger agent,
THE EMPIRE OF THE SOUTH.
Second Edition A Beautifully Illustrated Book
Full of Important Information.
Tho First "Rdition of the "Empire
of the South" havingbeen exhausted,
a Second Edition is now ready for
It is a handsome volume of about
200 pages descriptive of the South and
its vast resources, oeauiuuuy illus
trated, and regarded by critics as the
most complete production of its kind
that has ever'been published.
Persons wishingto secure thiswork
will please enclose to tho undersigned
25 cents per copy, which amount ap
proximates the cost of delivery. Be
mittances may be made in stamps or
Address all communications on this
snbject to W. A. TUBK, General
Passenger Agent, Southern Bailway,
Washington, D. C.
Interesting literature regarding
tho south is now being distributed
by the Southern Bailway "Southern
Homes" folders, large map folder,
"Land of tho Sky" booklets, "South
ern Fields," "Minerals and Mines"
books, etc., mailed ireo to any ad
dress. "The Empire of tho South."
a very handsome volume of about
200 pages. profusely illustrated,
also issued by the Southern Bailway
and sent to any address upon receipt
of 25 cents, which amount approxi
mates cost of delivery. Address.
WM. H. TAYLOE,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Southern By., Louisville, Ky.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Via Great Lakes now on sale. Fur
tickets and full Information see C.
D. Honodle, Union depot, agent D.
& C. S. N. Co., C. & B. line. Anchor
line, Merchants' line, Northern
Transit" Cb.,lvortliern Steamship Co.
SI. 50 to Wheeling and Return
Via C T. & V. K. E. Sunday, Aug.
18. Special train leaves Howjaai ' st.
7:30 a.m., East Akron 7:40 amTT
turning leave Wheeling 7:00 p.m.,
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