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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29
Boom Akron's Street Fair first, last
and all the time.
The Administration will soon
have to issue more bonds or levy
more taxes to keep its policy of im
perialism from collapsing.
The baby show will bring togeth
er a collection of handsome Future
Greats. Every mother will believe
her child is a sure prize winner.
Candidate Seese has placed
himKfilf on record as a chattel of
Mark Sanna. He could not tell how
he would vote at the state conven
tion until he had asked Col. Dick
Citizens are contributing freely
and generously to the fund for Street
Fair purposes. Akron has a reputa
tion to maintain and the people rea
lize that the failure of the Carnival
would be a severe blow.
Czar Reed will retire from Con
gress, but his iron-clad rules, "will not
go with him. They will remain to
stifle free speech and make the ac
tion of the House anything but rep
resentative of the people's wishes.
Friends of Col. H. C. Sanford
want him to contest the nomination
of Prof. Seese. He says there are
good grounds for doing so. The de
struction of ballots in the Greens
burg precinct he believes calls for an
investigation. Greensburg is the
home of Wash Johnston, Hanna's
member of the Board of Public
Some of the newspapers which
made so much fuss about slavery
prior to 1861 seem quite elated to
think that the United States has
purchased a Sulu sultan with a
harem and a retinue of slaves, -so
says the Mansileld News. How we
do grow in Christianity, humanity
and civilization under the reign of
"a Christian President."
Lieutenant Neall was con
victed of squandering $1,G00 of the
government's money and was sen
tenced to dismissal from the service
in consequence. Capt. Carter, who
stole more than a million, will have
to pay a nominal flue, but will not bo
dishonorably discharged. The en
terprise of a thief counts for a great
deal with the Administration when
it metes out punishment.
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 the dysentery
in its worst form. We thought she
would die. I tried everything I could
think of, hut nothing seemed to do
her any good. I saw by an adver
tisement in our paper that Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Bemedy was highly recommended
and sent and got a bottle at once. It
proved to he one of the very best
medicines we ever had in the house.
It saved my little daughter's life. I
am anxious for overy mother to know
what an excellent medicine it in.
Had Iknown it at first it would have
saved me a great deal of anxiety and
my little daughter much suffering.
Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Burdick,
Liberty, R. I. For sale by all drug
gists. E. Steinbacher & Co., whole
Only $14 to New York and return
via Erie R. R. Sept. 1, 2, 3 and 4. See
agent for particulars.
The Oberammcrcnn Pasiilon Play.
The preparations for the passion play
next year are In full swing. All the
actors for the chief parts have not yet
teen chosen, hut the singers have been
selected and are practising diligently
in conjunction with the musicians.
'Xlie part of Christ will be performed,
ns before, by Anton Lang. Workmen
arc actively employed on the new
buildings which the committee have
decided to erect. The nuditorium is
being covered with an Iron roof of not
less than 45 meters span, at a cost of
fully 150,000 marks. Berlin Letter.
The Bird That Tell.
The military man walked nervously
back and forth till his spurs jlDgled
like sleighbells. Stopping abruptly be
fore the woman who had confronted
him, he asked:
"How do you know all these things
about my past?"
"A little bird told me."
"'Sdeatht" ho hissed. "Another
round robin!" Washington Star.
Can Be Sure You Are On the
A Feeling of Security That Any
Person Can be Very
Thankful to Have.
There is afeelingof security in using
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids. A few doses
will convince you thatyou are on the
right track. They act quickly and
pleasantly; they are not at all bad to
take, and' are conveniently put up in
wooden boxes so that you can carry
them in your pocket and use them
while at work. You do not have to
stop work while using Kid-ne-oids.
They have done a great deal of good
for a vast number of people here in
H. E. Shoemaker, Akron, O., says:
"I will recommend Morrows Kid-ne-oids
to anyone aiilicted with kid
ney backache and nervousness.
These symptoms of kidney trouble
have caused me much distress for
nvnn il'ma uncf T tvittfl Bflronil kinds
of remedies, but obtained no relief
until I commenced to take Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids which relieved me great-
1,- T cViall ftnnfinno rr fnlrA TCIli-TlP.
o'ids until every symptom of kidney
trouoie is erauicaieu.
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
rinr vrollnw fnhlptK :ind hell at flftV
cents a box at all drug stores and at
John Lamparter & Co.'s drug store.
fnflor1 nn rorinr. nf nririe. ManU
factured bv John Morrow & Co.,
Chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Security camp is on the increase,
From one to five applicants every
week. Five to go throuh the Forest
on next Tuesday evening. One
member on the sick list at present.
A special meeting will be held in
Masonic temple at -7:30 p.m. Wed
nesday, Aug. 30. Work m Red
Cross decree. A full attendance is
Knights and Ladies of Honor.
We ask the past protectors as the
most competent judges of the ritual
work to carefully watch all the ser
vices of the evening, criticizing mis
wherein we have improved over the
work of previous years. This means
that all of Agenda's officers ought to
be on hand, besides the many floor
members. Allsuch talksare welcomed
under the Rood of the order. We
hope by this means to become the
best drilled lodge in Ohio, ready for
inspection at any time.
I. 0. F.
Court Pride will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday evening. A good
attendance is probable, it being the
last meeting night of the month.
Rev. J. T. Esterbrook, through the
efforts of the administrator, Bro. T.
Vance, was laid in his final resting
place last Saturday in the new fourth
part of Glendale cemetery.
An invitation has been extended to
Rev. W. H. Brightmire to be present
Bro. Smith has consented to bring
his phonograph, which is a good one
with some 18 records and entertain us
in the music line. The business of
the evening will be disposed of in
short order, and the evening spent
under the head of the good of the
Star and Crescent Commandery
held a very interesting session
Wennesday evening; business that
bad been pending for some time was
taken up and quickly disposed of.
The committee on picnic made no
report, as the chairman was absent.
Sisters Crook and Allen were re
Our commandery has broken rec
ords regarding the number of deaths;
in nine months six have been re
ported, that will bring $12,000 to as
sist the widows and orphans whon
these deceased members have left to
the caro of the world.
Several applications are expected
for next meeting.
All members of the team are re
quested to be present at our next
meeting, for if we wish to do good
work we must become better ac
quainted witli our new hall; so it
will ho well for all to be present.
L. 0. T. M.
Piotection Hive will meet in regu
lar reviow Tuesday evening. Special
assessment No. 2 must be paid. All
who have not signed the roll book
should do so at one. We congratu
late lady Ella Bien of Busy Bee hive
on the success of her guards at tho
state picuic in securing tho prize
from Cleveland guards, and also
I MM M 4&kCurotntilBOtlon,
mmm m J Uonzilaatlan.
i Sick Haatlanha.
10 cents and 25 cents, at all iiuz stores.
l BEECH AXIS
i The Luxury of Eating
4 Is marred by POOR
BY EATING ONLY THE BEST.
Akrors Bakery Brarsi
Ls again at his office doing
Glasses Accurately Fitted.
Diseases Carefully Treated.
& POPULAR PRH
J Hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p.m. J
Third Floor, Everett Building:, f
wish that the judges had been fair
enough in their decision to have
given Favorite hive the second
Busy Bee hive met in regular re
view Tuesday, Aug. 22, and initiated
two candidates. Life benefit special
assessment No. 2 must be paid this
For Bicycle Riders.
Those Offered by the Tip
Top Cycle Club.
Jeffords Has Been Matched
Will Meet In New York During
Temper Did Not - Start Local
Tho track at Fountain Park is be
ing prepared for the bicycle races
Record breaking time is antici
pated as the fastest riders in the
state are entered in the various
Lester Myers, chairman of the race
committee is in Clevelaud to-day.
He has a list of entries in the handi
cap events. These will be submitted
to J. A. Sanford, state handicaper,
who will place the men.
Prizes for the different races are as
One mile novice Frst, Palmer
tires, $12; revolver, $3; doz. photos,
$3; trade, Chas. Bliss, $2; second,
scarf pin, $3; Wall bike lock, $2.50;
fishing rod, $2.00; third, one year's
subscription Beacon Journal, $3;
cuff buttons, 75 cents.
One mile open, amatuer Frst
gold watch, $20; second, picture and
frame, $10; third, cigar holder, $5.
Two mile handicap, amatuer
First, diamond ring, $23; second,
stlif hat, $1; shoes, $3.50; carver, $2;
Christy saddle, $2.50; M. & W. lamp,
$3; third, one year's subscription
Daiy Democrat, $3; Rapid Transit
Co. tickets? $2.
One mile, club championship, am
ateur, first, medal, $10; second, wine
and cigars, $5.
One and one-eighth mile, open
amateur, first, diamond ring, $25;
second, watch chain, $3, bath robe
$G, bike shoes $3, saddle $3; third,
Star Laundry $3, pocket knife $1,
tennis shoes $1.
Five mile handcap, amateur, first,
bicycle $30; second, couch $18; third,
pipe in case $1, O'Brien & Miller in
trade $3, cuff buttons $1; fourth, bike
pants $2.50, Dan Welker in trade 50c.
Prizes to be given for the bicycle
parade Friday evening are as fol
lows: Best decorated wheol, ladies'
or gents' pair of cuff buttons, $3; sec
ond prize, silk suspender $1.25; comic
prize, the cake, $3.
Professional events are as follows:
Club champion, professional, first
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RETS and ilnd them perfect. Couldn't do
without them. I have used them forsome time
for indigestion and biliousness and am now com-
Sletely cured. Recommend them, to every one.
'nee tried, you will never be without them In
the family." Edw. A. Marx, Albany. N. Y.
TRADE MARK ftlOltTIXID
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 23c. DOc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sterling Itemed? Comp.nr, Cbleago, Xontrrtl, Kew Tort. 321
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IKE Tobacco Habit.
BREAD. AVOID IT
nerve tonic and blood purifier. l x
It creates solid flesh, muscle and STRENGTH,
clears the brain, makes the blood pare and rich,
and causes a General feeling of health, power
and renewed vitality, while the generative organs
are helped to regain their normal powere. and
the sufferer is quleUv made conscious of direct
benefit. One box will work wonders, six should
perfectacure. 60cts.A BOX; G boxes. SLS0. For
sale by druggists everywhere, or mailed. sealed,
on receipt of price. Address DRS. BARTON
AND BENSON.31 Bar-Ben Block. Cleveland, O.
"ALL BAR-BEN SOLD ,AT LESS
THAN 50 CENTS A BOX IS NOT
GUARANTEED BY US."
and second prizes, cash ; tandem pur
suit race, cash prizes.
Jeffords and Ruhlin
Immediately after his victory ovor
Peter Jackson, Jim Jeffords an
nounced his intention of fighting
Gus Ruhlin. He wired this fact to
the officials of the Lenox Athletic
club, which promptly matched him
atrainst Ruhlin. The affair will
probably be held the latter part of
Temper did not start in the Char
ter Oak stake for 2:16 trotters at
Hartford Monday. The race was
won by Lord "Vincent, a Youngstown
horse. Best time, 2:0.
Fannie Dillard, driven by Frank
Shand, won the 2:12 pace at Dubu
que, Iowa, Monday. Best time
Young Stars Won.
The Young Stars defeated the
Grays yesterday by a seoTe of 18 to
1G. The Young Stars play as fol
lows: Twynham c, Richert p.,
Ed. Mahoney 1 b., Zarley 2 b., J.
Twynham s. s., J. De Geria 3 b.,
Delaney, 1. f., Collins o. f., G. Beck
r. f . "
SI 00 Reward, $100.
The renders of this paper will bo pleased
to learn that there ls nt least one dronded
ditense thnt science has been able to cure in
all its stages nnd that ls Cntnrrli. HnllS
Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now
known to the nudic.il fraternity. Catarrh
bvliiK ii constitutional disease, requires n
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Ctno ls taken Internally, actiug directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of tho disease, nnd giving tho patient
'fn-trgth by building up the constitution
:ml asl-tlng nature in doing Its work,
i he proprietors have so much faith In its
'ntilvo powers, that they offer onehun
irl dollars for nny case that it fails to
iu. Send for list of testimonials.
Address I. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
-i!d by druggists 75o.
Hull's Family Pills are the best.
Star course tickets will be on sale
on and after Wednesday morning,
Sept. 6, at opera house box office and
canvassers. Ten great attractions
You will miss the musical treat of
your life if you don't hear Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Diamond at SuJimit Lake
Park this week. Take Rapid Tran
Attended Camp Meeting
at Highland Park.
Sunday Services at the Place
Christian Endeavor Service.
Sabbath was a great day at High
land Park campmeeting. After the
rain on baturoay the morning
dawned bright and promising. The
early morning meeting( under the
leadership of Rev. H. A. Hensel,was
a feast of tabernacles. The 9 o'clock
service, led by Rev. W. S. Harpster,
was a season of refreshing, and serv
ed as a splendid introduction to the
service which followed. At 10:30
Bev. H. A. Benfer preached to a
very large and appreciative audience
from 2 Cor., 12:7-9. The sermon was
eminently practical and made a very
deep impression. The audience was
moved to a wonderful pitch of en
thusiasm and the service closed
amid shouts of joy and handshak
ing. At 1:80 p. in. Rev. M. M. Rader
conducted a childreus' meeting
which was largely attended and full
of interest. At 2 :30 Rev. L. M. Boy-
er preached in tho tabernacle on the
"Victory of Paith," 1 John :4, and
Rev. P. F. Debaux preached to an
overflow congregation at the Amphi
theater from Psa. 29:1,2. These
services were largely attended and
full of interest.
At 7 p. m. Rev. H. A. Benfer
preached from Acts 1 :!)-! 1. He drew
a graphic and impressive picture of
the second coming of tho Lord. The
evangelistic service that followed
swept over the congregation like a
tidal wave of salvation. The spirit
ual enthusiasm was overwhelming.
Several penitents knelt at the altar
one of whom professed conversion.
At a moderate estimate thore were
5,000 persons on the grounds. Akron
and Canton were largely represented.
Rev. H. A. Benfer, who has ren
dered vnluablo service and preached
with such great satisfaction to tho
people, preached his hist sermon for
this campmeeting Monday ovoning.
On Tuesday afternoon a Christian
Endeavor service will bo liidd.
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Un ana Teatlmonlus of DR. MAUTEL'S
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frl " Hold tTaIfilru(rirl.ti In metal box. FmncD
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Instead of Brick
Will be Used In Market
Speed Ordinance Is to
City Poor Director Joseph
Bond of City Treasurer Approved
Council. East Market et. will be paved with
asphalt, instead of brick. At least
the City Council so decided at its
meeting Monday night.
The matter was discussed by sev
eral members of the Council when
the improvement ordinance was
read. Mr. Sorrick said that nine out
of ten of the residents on that part of
the street from the east line of High
st. to the west line of Buchtel ave.,
desired to have asphalt paving,
while Mr. Markle reported that
about the same ratio of the citizens
on the other part of the street were
opposed to the asphalt.
Mr. Fiebeger spoke of his being in
favor of brick if it was of a good
quality, but he said that the brick
which had of late been furnished the
city was of such poor quality that it
would not be advisable to use any
more of it for paving purposes. Ow
ing to this existing condition he
Mr. Carlton made a motion that
the ordinance be amended to rea
"asphalt or brick," but Solicitor Es
gate advised against the action, say
ing that he would be afraid to go into
court with such legislation, fearing
that it might not "hold water."
An ordinance to pave the street
with asphalt was passed unani
Twelve Miles Per Hour.
An ordinance to amend seotion 444
of the City Ordinances, which relates
to railroad corporations, so that no
train or cars shall run in the city at
a greater speed than eight miles an
hour, was also the subject of consid
erable discussion. Upon motion of
Mr. Homan, seconded by Mr,
Thompson, it was finally decided to
amend the ordinance to make the
rate of speed 12 miles an hour. The
ordinance as amended passed second
reading, when upon motion of Mr,
Fiebeger, it was laid on the table un
til the next meeting.
Poor Director Joseph Kendall was
reappointed for another year. W
H. Manderbach was appointed as
sistant poor director for the Bame
period of time. Some discussion
arose in reference to appointing Mr,
Manderbach for one year. Mr. Ho
man made a motion, which was sec
onded by Mr. Carlton, that his term
of service be from November to May,
instead" of a year, but the motion was
withdrawn and the appointment
made for a year.
The bond of Treasurer-elect Homer
E.Berger was approved by council.
The bond is fixed at $100,000, and is
signed by E. A. Hershey, Homer E.
Berger, William Buchtel, Francis
Seiberling, F. F. Loomis, F. E. Smith,
George D. Bates, R. H. Wright,
Aaron Wagoner, T. F. Walsh, D. H.
McBride, L. C. Miles and N. R.
Steiner. The new city treasurer as
sumes charge of the office next Fri
day. McCoy Street Improvement.
McCoy st. is to bo improved this
fall from tho foot of tho hill to tho
railroad crossing. Complaint was
made that the provision for carrying
water off tho street was bad. This
will be remedied. The Erie railroad
agrees to furnish all the slag neces
sary for this improvementaud furth
er agrees to raise its tracks to the
same heighth at that point as those
of the C.A.&C.
Ordinances and Resolutions.
Resolution to appoint a committee
to estimate the cost and expense of
constructing a sower on Yalost. from
Russell av. to Thornton st. adopted
Committee appointed : B. F. Clark, J.
H. Burt and M. McFarland.
Ordinance to improve Campbell
st. from Coburn st. to Ohio canal.
Resolution to construct a main
trunk sewer in districts Nos. 1, 6, 8
and 9. Laid on tho table until such
time ns Council shall havo rear
ranged the sewer districts.
Resolution to improve Allyn st.
from Exchange st. to north lino of
Cross st. In this connection Mr.
Carlton wanted to know what, had
become of the resolution to improve
Berg st. from Mill av. to Suranor st.
The City Solicitor was thenaBked to
prepare a new resolution calling for
tho improvement of Allyn st. from
Borg to Cross.
Ordinanco to issuo bonds amount-
, It is hard for
men of energy to
keep their devotion
to business within
lumnilc Tlirt ennr f
I) necessity or amhi
tion disregards health.
V5 i& Overworked men aro an
easy mark for kidney troubles and all
catarrhal diseases. The experience of
Mr. J. Brake, Petrolea, Out., Canada, is
well told in his letter which follows:
Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, O.
Dear Sir: "Four years ago I had a
severe attack of Bright's disease, which
brought me so low the doctor said noth
ing more could he done forme. When
one of your lectures on the above dis
ease was read to me I began to take Pe-ru-na
and Man-a-lin, and found it acted
just as represented. In three months
I was a well man, and have continued
so ever since. Seeing the good effects
on me, numbers of people of this town
have called on me who were suffering
from dyspepsia. They have taken your
medicine with the best results."
Pe-ru-na'is the scientific remedy for
catarrh. Brighfs disease is catarrh
of the kidneys. Diarrhoea is catarrh
of the bowels.
Write to the Pe-ru-na Medicine Co.,
Columbus, O., for Dr. Ilartman's free
bock on catarrh, in which these thing";
are clearly explained.
Mr. A.W. Coale, manager Gem nickel
mines. Hillside, Col., writes:
"I tried Pe-ru-na for catarrh. My
hearing was almost gone in one ear,
and one bottle of Pe-ru-na cured me."
ing to $8,500 for tie purpose of con
structing a main trunk sewer in dis
tricts 8 and 9. Passed.
Resolution to construct a main
trunk sewer in district No. 6.
Resolution to construct a main
trunk sewer on Factory st. from
River st. to Market. Adopted.
Resolution to construct a sewer on
Harvard st. from Thornton st. to
Russell av in districts Nos. 7 and 8.
Resolution to appoint a committee
to estimate the cost of improving
Buckeye st.from Grant to Exchange.
Adopted. Committee appointed. J.
H. Burt, Cornelius Hallinan and A.
Resolutions to construct a local
sewer on Harvard street from Rus
sell avenue to Thornton street. Ad
City Solicitor Esgate asked for and
was granted five days absence.
Mr. Amer made a motion that
Council adjourn until Tuesday even
ing, September 6, owing to next Mon
day being a legal holiday Labor
A petition from Robinson Bros.'
Sewer Pipe Company asking that
the city vacate that portion of Forge
street, near their plant, and in return
receive a similar amount of land
owned by the company on the op
posite side, was recommended to
Council by the commissioners. The
petition was accepted and publica
The petition of residents of the
street, that 10 feet on the east side of
Water street, and II feet on the
west, between Bowery and State, be
vacated by the city, recommended
by the Commissioners. The petition
was accepted and publication ord
ered. Petitions and Reports.
Citizens want ditches opened up
on Cuyahoga street.
Citizens on Charles street, near the
Bryan school, want ditches repaired,
and weeds cut away from the side
of the street.
Street car service on North Hill
reported to be unsatisfactory. Re
ferred to the Commissioners.
Hale reported in the sidewalk be
tween the canal and the railroad on
Ask you Grocer to-day to show you 2
a package of GBAIN-O, the new food
drink that takes tho place of coffee. S
Tho children may drink it withest 2
injury as well as tho adult. All who 2
try it, like it. GRAIK-0 ha3 that
rich seal brown of Mocha or Java,
but it is mido from puro grams, and
tha most delicate stomach receives it
without distress. tho prico of coffee.
15 cents and 25 cents per package.
Sold by all grocers.
Tastes like Coffee 1
Looks like Coffee i
Accept no imitation.
Kir O W .
West Market street. Referred to the
Citizens on Buchtel ave. want the
street car company to remove some
bricks which arepilednlongtheside
walk. A complai::t was presented that
tho street car companies are not
running enough cars, and that some
of the caif: are not in good repair.
Referred to the Commissioners.
Reported that the sidewalk in front
of tho city mill property, on West
Market st., is in bad condition.
Repairs asked for on Spicer St.,
near Exchange. One side of the
street is lower than the other.
Citizens on East Exchange st.
want sidewalk from Spicer to Beaver.
A gutter on Grant St., near Turner
Hall, reported to be in bad condition.
Ditches on Cummins St., near Pop
lar, are reported to not be- carrying
the water away.
The commissioners report that
Wolf and Bartges streets will be re
A washout was reported on the
hill on North Case ave.
Citizens on East Exchange and
Arlington fits, want to know why
those thoroughfares are not swept
Citizens want East Buchtel ave
The sewer and water course com
mittee had no report to make on
The matter of sending a delegate
to the National Convention of Mu
nicipalities, to be held at Syracuse,
N. Y., from September 19 to 22, was
referred to the Finance committee.
The Street committee and solicitor
reported favorably to the changing of
the grade on Kirkwood st. The re
port was accepted.
Moved that the report, of the as
sessing board, relative to damages
on Fsy street be given legal publica
tion. WEATHER SIGNALS.
Meaning of Flags Displayed on Post
It seems that the Aveather signal
ilags displayed on the flag pole ex
tending from the roof of the new
government building have come to
stay. So many inquiries have been
made lately at the postofflce in refer
ence to the meaning of the signals,
that special circulars describing
their significance have been ordered
from the Weather bureau at Wash
ington. The signals indicate as follows:
White flag", fair weather.
White and blue, local rains.
Blue flag, rains.
White, with black square in center,
The black flag denotes tempera
ture Placed above the other flags,
indicates a rise in temperature; be
low the other flags indicates a fall
Of the Chicago & North
western By. afford the best
service between Chicago,
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Leave Chicago every night
at 6:30. The track and equip
ment aro of the highest
standard. Low rate tourist
tickets to St. Paul, Minne
apolis, Lake Minnetonka,
Duluth, Helena, Butte,
Yellowstone Park, Portland,
Tacoma, Seattle and Alaska.
For particulars apply to
your nearest ticket agent or
Chicago & North-Western Ry.
Principal agencies :
Chicago, 193 Clark st.
Cleveland, 127 The Arcade
Stopover at Niacara Falls, James
town and Lakewood will be granted
on New York excursion tickets sold
via Erie R. R. Sept. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Only $14 to New York and return on
this occasion. Secure sleepers and
Particulars at once of W. E. Lang
on, agent, Akron, O.
Take the Penna Lines
To New York, Sept. 1 to 4, inclusive,
only $14 round trip. Special train
Sunday, Sept. 3, will leave Union
depot 2:30 p.m., arriving New York
7:30 next morning. For further in
formation see C. D. Honodle, agt.,
You Will Enjoy a Ride
To Now York over the great Penna
lino's double track route, $14 round
trip, Sept. 1 to 4, inclusive. Special
train Sunday, Sept. 3d, will leave
Union depot 2:30 p.m., arriving Now
York 7:30 next morning, becure
sleeper early, of C. D. Honodle, agt..
Reduced Rates to New York via B. & 0. R. R.
With stopovers at Philadelphia and
Washington, itnre n roiinu trip.
Dates of sale Sept. 1 to 4, inclusive.
Limit Sept. 14, subject to extension
until Sept. SO. Order sleeper early.
For further information seo C. D.
Honodlo, agent, Union depot.
$31.50 Colorado and Return.
Chicago fc North-Western Rail
wav, Sept. ii, G and 7; $31.50 from
Chicago to Denver, Pueblo nnd Colo
rado Springs and return, good to re
turn until Sopt. 30, 1S99. The "Colo
rado Special" leaves Chicago 10:00 a.
m. daily, arrives Denver 2:55 next
day and Colorado Springs same
evening, only one night en route. All
moals in dining cars. Pacific Ex
nress leaves Chicaco 10 :30 p.m. daily.
arrives Denver and Colorado Springs
tho second morning, no change or
cars cither train. J'or particulars
apply to agents of connecting lines
or D. W. Aldridgo, 127 tho Arcade,
THE LARGER HALF.
The Same in Akron as Elsewhere.
The. bigger half of worldy trouble.
The greater part of mankind's
Can safely be laid to the kidneys.
Kidneys filter the blood.
Keep the human system healthy.
But they can't do this when they're
Easv to tell sick kidneys.
Look to tho back for the note of
Most backache pains are kidney
Twitches, twinges, pains and aches
of a bad back,
Should be treated promptly.
Every days delay means further
Urninary complications set in,
diabetes, bright's disease.
Doan's Kidney Pills are kidney
Cure every form of kidney ills.
Proof of this in Akron testimony.
Mrs. E. Pomeroy, corner of Bush
and N. Canal streets, says: "Both
my husband and I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills, procuring them from Lam
parter & Co.'s drug store and we
found them effective in promptly re
moving symptoms of kidney trouble.
I suffered from pains in my back
and my kidneys bothered me greatly,
the secretions being irregular and
causing much me much inconven
iene. Doan's Kiudey Pills did me
more good than any other medicine
I ever used. My husband always
speaks of them to the same effect.
We have recommended them to ac
quaintances as highly as it is possi
ble to speak in praise of a medicine."
x)oan's money fins are iorsaie Dy
all dealers. Price 50 cents or sent by
mail on receipt of price. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Sole
agents for the TJ. S. Remember the
namo Doan's and take no substitute.
At The Ilnmie.
From his seat on high Olynrpns the
god Mars contemplated The Hague long
"Can yon see yoar finish!" asked
Jnpiter, who, as the putative father of
gods and men. took a passing interest
'No," replied Mars. "At this dis
tance I can see nothing but Mr. W. T.
Sometimes it happens that personali
ties become so large as to get in the
way of tendencies. Detroit Journal.
A Young Girl's Experience.
My daughter's nerve were terribly ont oi
order. Stie was t 111 n and weak; the least r.ole
startled her, and she to! wafeeful at night.
Before she had taken one package of CJele.-y
Kiw; the change In her was so great that elie
could hardly bo taken forthe same girl. She
is rapidly growing well and strong, her com
plexion is perfect, and she sleeps well every
night. Mrs. I.ncy McXutt, Brush Vallev, Pa.
Celery King- for the Nerves Stomach, Liver
and Kidneys it sold in 25c. and 50c. packages
bv druggists and dealers.
Low Rates to Philadelphia Account G. A. R.
Via P. & W. and B. & O. R. R.
through car line via Harper's Ferry,
Washington and Baltimore. Dates
of sale Sept. 1 to 4 inclusive. Rate
$11 round trip, limit Sept. 12, subject
to extension until Sept. 30 upon pay
ment of 50 cents extra. Stop overs
at Cherry Run, Washington and
Baltimore, allowed going, returning
Secure sleeper early. For further
information, time of trains, see
C. D. Honodle, ticket ageut,
New York and Philadelphia.
G. A. R. special reduced rates to
New York and Philadelphia via Erie
R. R. Sept. I, 2,3and 4. Call on agent
IN DOUBT. TRY
stood thfi testol veaxs.
and have cured thousands of
cases of Ncttous Diseases, such
ness and Varicocele, Atrophj.&c
Theyclearthe brain, strecthea
the drculatioa, make digestion
perfect, and impart a healthy
vigor to the whole being. All
drains and losses are checked
P... .! ttrmanmSlr. Unless patients
Oil Ullg fl jjmlli are properly cured, their condi
tion often worries thera into Insanity, Consump
tiop or Death. Mailed sealed. Price t per boa:
6 boxes, with Iron-dad legal guarantee to cure or
refund the monev. S 5 co- Send for free book.
Address, PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cletcland.O.
A. Warner, drnggist. SOS E. Market.
MAKE ?RFECT MEW
fer Longer! The Jots and ambitions of
life can be retored to yon. The very
worst cases of JiervonTrbnityarj
abjolntely cured by PKKFEcrrr
TABLETS. Oire prompt rtllet toi
r?mnia. tallut? memory and the was
and drainor vital powers. Incurred b l
Indrscret lens or excesses of early yes r
imnu t viir and tiotene to everr fun-
lion. Brace np the system. Giro .A. -imtotr,
cheeks and lustre to tno.eyea ofiSoaneorI
One toe box renews vital enenry.rlJJ boxes at
ft. SO a complete guaranteed enre S-.y or monev -
funded- Can be carried In vest ' poekes. sola
eTervwtere.or mailed In plain wrapper on receipt o
price by Till PXaTttro CO.. Cil BUc, Calcir. Ok,
For sale in Akron by E. Steinbacher
& Co., E. Market st, and Lxmparter
Co 183 Hovirard L
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A PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM,
ClUH, PURE, TASTOfSS ADD ODORLESS.
Put up in One Found Cakes.
6 for many purposes, a few of which
$nre: Preserving Jellies, Pickles,
; Catsup and Fruits, Sealing V
! Bottles, Polishing Floors, Laun- &
dry Purposes, Coating all sorts of
A Tackages to make them Air Tight, l
j preventing Evaporation, Leakage,
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m FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH fiiKF S
Ask your Storekeeper for
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