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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Edw. S. Barter Frei W.
Editor and Mtnagira.
Ed H. Djb Iu. Oouxt, Mer. Advertising Dp1
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Second-Class Hall Matter.
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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
attack Judge Grant by reason of this
This plan of attacking an intelli
gent and law abiding citizen on the
mere suspicion that his party may
try to confer an honor upon him, is
very much of a campaign novelty in
The throne of Akron's uncrowned
king and self-made law-giver must
be in a very bad way when its sup
porters are urged to such stupid
measures for its defense.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER C
ffTRAPrfS ( ) CPU N CUB
Mark Hakka will be on hand to
run the campaign opening at Akron.
It is to bo hoped he will permit him
self to make a speech.
Senator Hanna's local managers
are going to treat Summit county
people to another "educational cam
paign'' of red Are and brass bands.
"We trust in Mark and keep our fire
works dry" would be a very appro
priate motto with which to adorn
local Republican headquarters.
Probate Jcdge G. M. Anderson
spends most of his time upon the
anxious seat these days when he
contemplates what the Democrats of,
Summit county may or may not do.
Before the polls close next Novem
ber the man who introduced the
plague of government by proxy into
Akron will find a great deal more of
anxiety in store for him. The peo
ple's inning comes next.
One native patroit in the Philip
pines is shouting, "Stand by the
Administration." He is the Sultan
ofSulu. How is it that the Sultan
was not invited to attend the cam
paign opening at Akron? What with
his native harem, his retinue of
slaves, and his purse which Uncle
Sam so generously filled with 10(000
Mexican dollars, the Sultan of Sulu
would have been a better drawing
card for the opening than all the
Administration's other celebrities
Good Time at Annual Reunion Ak
ron Families Present.
The seventh annual reunion of the
families of Alonzo, Leander and
Eben Johnson was held at the home
of Albert Johnson, Barberton, O.,
Thursday. About 9 a.m. the mem
bers and relatives of the family com
menced arriving on the street cars
from Akron and Kent. The forenoon
was spent in visiting and renewing
old acquaintances. The lawn was
beautifully decorated with large and
small flags. Colored buntings were
strung from each corner of the lawn
to the house.
Dinner was prepared under a large
tent provided for the purpose. About
70 in number partook of the feast
served on two long tables.
At 2:15 p.m., the president, Mr.
Brit ton Johnson, of Kent, and Sec
retary J. A. Moore, of Akron, called
the meeting to order to hear the spe
cial program prepared for the occa
sion. It follows: "Tom and the
Ginger Snap." Annis Johnson; dec
lamation, Isetta Johnson ; quartette,
"Old Kentucky Home;" "My
Youngest Dolly," Anna Johnson;
"Floe's Letter," Annis Johnson:
"The Old Crow," Master Howard
Johnson; "The Ragged Boy," Mas
ter Willard Johnson; quartette,
"Old New Hampshire Some:" "Su
gar Tooth Dick," Master Vera John
son; guitar selection, Miss Fanny
Truesdell; quartette, "Just As the
Sun Went Down:" music. Roy John
son and Brant Kunkler.
Election of officers was next in or
der. Albert Johnson of Barberton
was elected president; John Martin
of Kent, vice president; Fred John
son of Kent, secretary, and Miss
Edith Taylor, corresponding secre
tary. A vote of thanks'was tendered the
past president and secretary, who
held their respective positions f orf our
years. The same attention was given
the host and hostess for their hospi
tality. Music and dancing finished
the afternoon exercises.
The eighth annual reunion will be
held the last Thursday in August
1900, at the home of J. A. Moore, 626
West Cedar st., Akron.
Are You Neglecting f
I Your Eves?
Don't do it.
Have them examined by
4 Ooullst, &
Everett BnUdlnp. f
Hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sunday, 2 to 3 p. m.
Little Tompkins (on his dignity)
Marie, I've been a good husband to you
all these years, have been patient
and have put up with every humilia
tion, but iiercely the worm has turned
at last. You shall not have my son's
trousers cut down for me. Tit-Bits.
Some People Only Look It.
"Are you fond of golf?" asked Miss
"Very," answered Willie Washing
ton. "Which do you do play Jt or talk
Iff" Rehoboth Sunday Herald.
Meeting For Akron.
Crack Riders of Ohio
Wiii be Starters.
Tip Top Cycle Club Will
Make a Bid.
The Multiple Vision.
The Other And a great big man like
you Is afraid a little woman will thrash
him when he gets home?
The Inebriate Forsch of (hie) num
bersh, ol' man! Forsch of numbershl
4 1 nnn neets typewriter ftr
1 finn Sheets Typewriter fCr
lUUU paper, size 8)xii (31
innnSneets Typewriter di
1UUU Paper, size 8x14 $1
A large assortment of all gnides of
aper un'd card bourd. mounting
io:ird for kcxlnks and Perry pictures.
JACKSON THE PRINTER
Everett Building. Tel. 241.
Administration papers do not
like to have their attention called to
the recent election in the Bland
Congressional district, Missouri,
which resulted in an overwhelming
victory for the Democratic party.
The Democrats made an aggressive
fight upon the Administration's
policy of trust favoritism, imperial
ism, and its encouragement of an
Anglo-American alliance, while the
Republicans raised their superannu
ated cry of "Stand by the Adminis
tration." The fact that a Demo
cratic Congressman was elected upon
these issues by a greatly increased
plurality is a straw showing the drift
of ths oolitical current.
Senator Jo. Blackburn is mak
ing speeches in Kentucky, urging his
Democratic neighbors to support
Candidate Goebel, the regular nomi
nee for Governor. In an address last
Saturday, he said:
"There is but one Democratic party.
There can be but one Democratic
patry. The man who wrote the Dec
laration of Independence announc
ing the birth of a nation of freemen
penned the platform of the first
Democratic Convention. Democracy,
like the sword of the Hapsburgs, may
have met defeat, but has never known
dishonor. It is today tho same party,
teaching the same principles that it
has always taught in behalf of a free
If Senator Blackburn makes a
speech in every county of Kentucky,
the young man who bolted the regu
lar nominee of the Kentucky conven
tion, to promote his own ambition,
trill not get enough votes on election
day to make a respectable defeat.
ATTACKING ON SUSPICION.
In 189G when Messrs. H. T. Will
son and J. H. Dellenberger left the
Democratic party because they could
not endorse its position on the
money question, they had a rather
humiliating experience with tho re
fined Mr. Dobson, who is now trying
to buy the local organ of the Repub
lican party. Mr. Dobson, who was
then running a Democratic paper,
imputed anything but honorable
motives to Messrs. Willson and Del
lenberger for having changed their
political allegiance, and roundly de
nounced them as "turn-coats,"
"bolters" and "disgruntled office
In like manner the Dobson paper
devoted much of its space last night
to abusing Judge C. R. Grant be
cause he had the courage and the
independence to leave the Republi
can party in 1896, after it had turned
its back upon an honorable record in
the service of the people, and had
become the champion of organized
wealth and privilege.
This personal abuse of Judge
Grant, coming as itdoesatso belated
an hour, is nothing if not significant.
The fact is that Probate Judge An
derson, suspecting that Judge Grant
may be asked to accept tho Demo
cratic nomination for Probate Judge,
has ordered the Dobson organ to
Terrible plague, those itchiner.
pestering diseases of the skin. Put
an end to misery. Doan's Ointment
cures. At any drug store.
Real Estate Transfers.
Furnished by The Abstract, Title-Guarantee
and Trust Company, 226 South Main St.,
Abstracts and Loans.
Frank and Ella Humphrey to Car
rie Peterson Dick, 62J acres in Por
tage Tp., $3750.
Kate L. Mason to Sadie Buntin, 40
feet, Sixth St., Barberton, $450.
Adam and Christeen Weber to
Robert P. Denmead, acre, Tall
madge Tp., $600.
Benjamin Fenn to Adam Weber,
12 acres, Talmadge.
James Sullivan, Administrator, to
James A. Fox, 65 7-100 acres, Stow
JohnW. and Lucy A. Culbertson
to William F. Ferguson, lot corner
Bartges and Wolf Sts., $550.
Richard P. Marvin to Carrie Peter
son Dick, 6 20-100 acres, Portage Tp.,
Ida J. and James Fisher to Peter
Miller, 1 acre, Twinsburg Tp.,-$2000.
Jacob and Louisa Keifer to Anna
W. Ruthenberg, 176 50-100 feet, Wash
ington St., $1000.
Julia A. and JeffersonNuuamaker
to Belle Kathryn Bell, 41 feet, Ben
jamin St., near Crosby St., $1300.
Charles N. and Minnie E. Button
to Sadie J. Haviland, 44.20 feet,
South High St., near Steese St., $1000.
James and Sarah Greenwood to
John Swan, 60 feet, Chisnell St., Bar
Heinrich and Marie Wolter to Ja
cob Keifer, 153 feet on Washington
St., corner of South St., $1000. .
George and Dalla Warner to Au
gustus Dansizor, 100 feet, Cornell
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" price 25o. For sale bv" all
If you think of changing vour heat
ing boiler call on Oberlin: iret prices
on tne cottage Doner lor sort coal.
"Well, how do you like living in the
"Fine. It's going to be a jrood thinz
for me financially. Our girl has de
cided to leave and the lady who lives
next door says we'll never be able to
get another to go out there to work. I
6hall have ?5 a week more to spend
for cigars and things now." New York
For sale cheap.
In good condition. Inquire
Akron Photo Eng. Co.
Jeffords Will be Tried
McCoy Whipped Thome
Naptha and soap together
are better than soap alone:
Fels-Naptha, 5c, and your
money back, if you want it.
Fcls & Co, makers. Pbilidelphl..
A 3U48ionary Died.
New York, Sept. (i. Annie Vansant,
aged 27, of Salt Lake City, Lo had
been a missionary in the Levant for
three years, died Sept. 4 of consump
tion, 011 board the steamer State of Ne
braska, which arrived here.
Ooet CoflM AflrM With YouT
If not, drink Graln-O mad from pur
grain. A lady writes: "The first time I
made Qraln-O I did not Ilk it but after
using It tor one week nothing would indues
me to go back to coffee." It nourishes and
feeds the system. The children can drink
It freely with great benefit. It Is the
strenthenlng substance of pure grains. Get
a package today from your grocer, follow
the directions In making It and you will
have a delicious and healthful table bever
age for old and young; 15c and 25c.
Before Buying: a
It will pay to call and get our
prices, and see the celebrated
Cleveland Hot Air
Guaranteed to be the BEST in
Walsh & Co.
No. 1050 South Main st.
Near Hankey Lumber Co.
Hoard of City Commissioners' Office,
Akron, O., Aug. 10, ltstf.
Sealed proposals will bo received at the
City Commissioners' office until 12 o'clock
noon, Saturday, Sept. 10, 1801", for the im
provement of Fay street from Market
street to Buchtel avenue by grading the
same to the established crade. curbinn with
stone, cutterlncnnd navini! the same with
brick, in accordance with tho nlnns. nrnfilp.
uiiu speciucuuons relating to said improve
ment uii uie in me omce ot tne ijity uivii
Engineer, where plans, profiles and speci
fications mar be seen and bidding lilmiL-
may be obtained.
Each bidder In addition to the amount of
bail required lu proposal raut deposit with
tho Clerk of Commission at the time of
filing hit bid, ncertlficnto of deposit, a cer
tified check on somo bank dnlnir business In
Akron, or cash to the amount of two hun
dred (1200) dollars.
Each proposal must coutain the full name
of the person or persons making tho same.
The city reserves the right to accept any
or reject all bids.
By order of the Hoard of City Commis
sioners. CHARLES H. 1SBEI.I., Clerk.
Aug 10-28-30 Sept 0
Sot Painters' Colic.
Mrs. Jones Your son Thomas sick!
I'm sorry to hear that
Mrs. Greene Yes; the poor fellow
was out painting the town, as I have
since been Informed by young Slater,
who lives next door, and I'm afraid
the smell of the paint was too much
ror dim. His stomach Is not
strong. Boston Transcript
Of petition to vacate that portion of
Forge street lying between tho
railroad tracks and Arlington
Notice Is hereby given that a petition has
been presented to tho Council of Akron,
Ohio, praying that Forgo street from tho
railroads to Arlington street bo vacated,
and is now pending before said Council and
nlllcome up for final action on and after
tho 23d day of October. 1830.
CHARLES U. TSI1ELI-.
Sept. 0 13 20 27 Oct. 4 11 City Clerk;
Of petition to narrow AVater street
from Bowery street to State street.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition lias
been presented to the council of the city of
Akron will be selected as the place
for holding the next state race meet
of the L. A. W. if present plans do
The Tip Top Cycle club has taken
matter up in earnest. It has assure
ances that this city is favored by a
great many of the crack riders. Ak
ron has never had the state meeting
and for that reason is entitled to
recognition.. The place for holding
the state races will be decided at the
meetfngof theL. A. W. this winter.
Mr. James A. Sanford, state handi-
capper, who as referee at tlie races in
this city Saturday, is in favor of Ak
ron. He said immediately after the
affair that he had never attended a
better meeting. Akron will put in
its bid early.
McCoy's Quick Work.
Kid McCoy made quick work of
Goeffrey Thorn, tlie English middle
weight, before the Broadway Ath'
letic club Tuesday night. McCoy
was a strong favorite, the odds being
100 to 80 on him. In the third round,
after considerable fiddling, McCoy
shot his left twice to the face. They
were fearful blows, delivered with
terrifio force, and Thorn fell flat on
his face. The foreigner groped and
sprawled in a vain effort to regain
his feet, but his sun had set and the
referee counted hivu out. Thorn's
seconds jumped into the ring and
grabbed their man, who was throw
ing his arms around in windmill
fashion, evidently unconscious of
what had happened. McCoy ran
over and helped his victim to his
corner. Time of last round 2:02.
In the opening ten-round bout
Frank Carroll of Chicago outpointed
mack lirino. Both men are ne
groes. Produced Four Good Ones.
If England has lost the art of pro
ducing good big men, California
seems to have acquired it; for four
of the crackerjacks of the heavy
weight division, to-wit, Jim Corbett,
Jim Jeffries, Jim Kennedy and Jim
Jeffords, first saw the light of day in
the Golden State, says the Enquirer.
They are all big fellows. One of
them is champion of tlie world. An
other has been, and the other two
are lively aspirants for the fistic
premiership. Less than two weoks
ago, Jeffords put old Peter Jackson
to sllep in four rounds, and this week
he knocked the tar out of big Dick
Burley in less than one round. While
these victories do not actually prove
that Jeffords is tlie coming cham
pion, for Jackson is a good old "has
been," and Burley but a third-rater,
siill they do show that the young
California giant is heading toward
championship and making progress.
We of the East are likely to soon
have tlie chance to see for ourselves
how good Jeffords is. He has been
invited to come here and tackle Gus
Itulilin for a good sized purse. If he
should defrat the "Akron Giant"
there will be no difliculty in getting
the new big fellow a chance at the
greatest honors of tho ring.
Pittsburg, Sept. 5.
WHEAT-No 2 red,6364c
CORN Shelled yellow, No, 2, 3737J4c;
high mixed do, 36jOJc; mixed. 35(iSic; e&r
No. 2 yellow, 3838J,'c; high mixed. 373TKc;
mixed, 36atJc; low mixed. 35(538c
OATS-No. 1 white, 273c; Nc 2 white,
Wa27c; extra No ,A asjgjoc; No, 3, 2ii
HAY No. 1 timothy, new, S11.Z0 011.75: No,
2tunothy, J1U.0010.5): No. 3 timothy, J8.O0
Bl.D; No. 1 clover mixed, $9.73 10.23: No. I
clover, $10.00.310.50: No. 1 prairie, $&30.8.75:
No. 2 prairie, 8.U0&S.;O; No. a prairie. 7.50
8.U0; No. 4 prairie. J7.007.50; packing hay.
$7.00fo8.lX: No. 1 timothy from country
POTJLTKY Live Large chickens, ToiaSoc
per pain vmall, 6U70c; spring chickens, 30(5
U3. as to size: ducks, S060c per pain turkeys,
ftglOcper pound; geese, 7(8c per pound.
Dressed Chickens, old, 1314c per pound;
spring 14 15c; ducks, 1314c; turkeys, I616c;
BUTTER Elgin prints, 23Jc; extra cream
err, 2i(ft23c; Ohio fa'uey creamery, 19
20c: country roll, 1415c; low grade and
CHEU8E Fall cream, Ohio, new, 0K
lie; three-quarters, 9K10c: New York
state, full cream, new, ll!j($12c; Wisconsin,
12(tl3c; 25-pound brick, Swiss, 12Ji(313c;
limburKer. new. lUJ-i'oillc
EGOri Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and
Old), incases. 16S17c; southern, 14ioo; (lc
additional for candling).
PlTTSBUBO, Sept. 5.
CATTLE Receipts on Monday fair, about
110 car on sale, mostly common grades,
which are slow sale, while fine prime
cattle are strong at last week's prices;
supply todav light; market steady. We quote:
Extra, f j.70ttd.!).l; prime, i.80(ft6.00; good.
j.25a3.40. tidy. $5.005.25; fair, $4.234.00;
good butchers'. SJ.90sl.40; common, ?3.10(e
U.8J; heifers, 1 1.25 4.75; oxen. J2.5Uff4.50; bulls
and tags, $J.5t34.20; common to good fat
cows, J.25y4.W), food fresh cows, $40.00
C0.0U: fair cows and springers, J2S.0033.00;
bologna cows, SUMWajacO.
HOUS Receipts Monday liberal, 10 cars on
sale; market slow; supply today light; market
steady. We quote: Prune mediums and best
Yorkers. U.W& 1.70; fair Yorkers, 1.354.6d:
heavy ho,J4."i4.t!5; pigs. J4.U54.60; grass
ers, $4.35.2 1 5 k roughs, $3.0044.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Supply on Monday
light. 1J loads on sale; market steady on
lamba; sheen 10c higher; receipts today 3
loads, market steady. We quote: Choice
wethers. J4.4534.&9; good do.. 51.3ftS4.40: fair
mixed, 3.0ja4.10, common, JI.502.63; choice
spring lasahs, $5.605.75; common to good
lambs, S3.5J3.5.50; veal calves, J7.0037.50; heavy
and thin. ii.Ws5.0J.
List of Attractions
For the Fiftieth Annual
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J ; ; ' Hit
5 ; 5 M
Those In Charge of the
Liberal Purses Offered
New York, Bept.6.
WHEAT Spot market easy; No. 3- red,
74c f. o. b. afloat spot; No. 1 northern Du
luth 7?3c f. o. b. afloat to arrive: No. 1
hard Duluth, 81Kc to arrive; No. 2 red, 72c
CORN Spot market steady; No. 2, 39ija f. o.
b. afloat and 38c in elevator.
OATS Spot market quiet; No. 2, 26c; No. 3,
25Mc; No. 2 white. 274c; No. 3 white, 27c;
track mixed western, 2627c; track white,
CATTLE No trading; feeling firm. Cables
quote American cattle at lll.')ic
hHEEP AND LAMBS Market for Bheep
firm; lambs 25c higher: all sold. Sheep, fiJ.00
4.50; lambs. ?5.00ip5.a).
HOU3 Market easy at J4.701.80.
fhe Easy Foofl
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
in 2-lb. pkgs.
Willi: for the narrowlnunf
water street troni iiowery street to State
street and Is now pending before said coun
cil and will come up forllnal action on and
after t he 21 da v of October, 1s!p.
OHAS. II. ISBRTjL.
Sept 0-1.T-2O-27 Oct 1-11
Notice Is hereby given that nn estimated
assessment or the cost and oxpense of Im
proving Kny street, from Market street to
Buchlel nvenue, has been made upon tho
lutsnnd lands bonellted by tho Improve
ment of said stret't and uieiiHnnori In nn nr.
dluanrx toiiuproe llui saino passed April
17, lKHi, and Is now on tile In the olllce of the
city clerk for tho Inspection and examina
tion of the persons interested therein.
utiAULtn ii. lHiibJiiij,
Sep 0-12-19 City 0)erk,
The threo Le Blancs are creating
quite a furore at Summit Lake park
with their neat sinc-inc (laneiii"r and
cake walking. Do not miss a good
thing. T.iko Rapid Transit line.
HU View of It.
A little boy had been sent to the
dairy to get some eggs, and on his
way back he dropped the basket con
"How many did you break?" asked
"Ob, 1 didn't break any," be replied,
"but the shells came off some of
WHEAT 67 CENTS.
Sept. G 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
27c, country 22-21c, lard 10c; eggs
18c; chickens, lfio per lb. dressed,
spring chicken. 35c a piece.
Corn, ear 25c pr bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 32c; hay KOc
a hundred; straw 35c a hundred.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 2 for 6c.
Celery 10c a bunch.
"Wax Beans 10c a measure.
Tomatoes, home grown 5c a 2 qt.
New beets, 2 for 5c.
Summer squash, 5c to 10c a piece.
New potatoes, 65c a bu.
Home grown cabbage, 5 to 10c head
ureen (Jorn. I2c doz.
wheat 67c; oats 20 to 22c; corn,
ear, 19c; corn, shelled, 36c; hay,
$10; rye, 55c.
Butter, creamery, 22c; country 15'
to 17c; lard, 6 to(c; eggs. 12 to 13c;
chickens, livo 7Jc, dressed lie.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Curod hides, No. 1, 84 No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 7c, No. 2 6c, cured
calf skins. No. 1, 10?-e, No. 2, 9c;
green, No. 1, 9o; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c ; sheep polts, 35c ; lamb skins
i"ork, dressed, 5M to G live 4i( to 5c;
boef, dressed, 7c to 8c, live
3&c to 6c; mutton, live. 4c to 5c;
dressed, 8c to 9c; spring lamb,
10 to lie; pork, loins, 9c; veal, live
5Ko to 6, dressed, 10c.
Sugar-cured ham, 10c to llJrfc;
shoulder, 6 to 7c; California ham,
7 to 7c ; bacon, 7 to 8c ; dried beef,
15 to 18c; lard, simon pure, 6
in tub; 6Jc in tierces; country
kpttle 6o: pnrnlard. 6o.
Every Feature For Fair Has Been
Every indication relative to the
fiftieth annual fair to be given by the
Summit County Agricultural society
points toward success. The date ar
ranged for the event is from October
3 ro 6, and already nearly every fea
ture of the arrangements has been
The list of attractions is strong and
varied, embracing all classes of agri
cultural, manufacturing, horticult
ural, miscellaneous, educational and
fancy lines. The premiums offered
for livestock exhibits are such that
some of the best specimens of all
classes will be represented. All the
features of amusement and pleasure
have been selected with care, so that
all may find something to entertain
The purses oiFered for races are
sufficiently large to insure the entry
of some of the best horses in the
country. Competition is open to the
Citizens of Summit county have
begun to think that a county fair
would not be a success unless Mr.
Albert Hale was in some manner
connected with it. At any rate it is
true that Mr. Hale, who has been a
member of the board of managers
for 16 years, 10 of which have been
in the capacity of secretary, is
one of the most efficient fair man
agers in the state, and he has spared
no pains nor labor in his efforts to
act in conjunction with the other
members of the board in making
this year's one of the most success
ful in the history of the association.
All the members of the society are
to be congratulated upon the good
The various departments will bo in
charge of the following persons :
Horses Levi M. Kauffman, Dr. L.
S. Ebrig'ht, O. R. Thompson, Gus
Cattle George Wheatley, S. P.
Sheep L. H. Oviatt.
Swine J. F. Moore.
Poultry L. C. Kreighbauni.
Grain, seeds, potatoes and vege
tables General superintendent, G.
C. Stanford; assistant, A. L. Cald
well. Fruits and flowers B. A. Robin
ette. Household Superintendent, B. H.
Prior; assistant,.Mrs. B. H. Prior.
Provisions Mrs. G. W. Brewster.
Fine arts Superintendent, Mrs.
Albert Hale; assistant, George L.
Manufacturers' product A. C.
Farm machinery A. C. Chamber
Saville Sisters have been retained
another week and are presenting a
now series of electric surprises. Don't
fail to see them. Take Rapid. Tran
sit lino for park.
Mrs. Lily Heckert, of Bartlesvflle,
Cherokee Nat., Ind. Ty., writes :
"1 had prolapsus, or female
weakness, so badly that at times I
could not be turned in bed. I
suffered from palpitation of the
liMrt. t nrailil oftn faint
$,, away, and it seemed as If I
vMA npwr would recover: had
I sick headache nearly
all the time, and also
naa m vitus-s
Dance At the
ment of the
riod the mis
ery would be
so great that
I would be
nearly crazy. I had doctored with five different
physicians, bat thev did me no good. One of
these doctors, of forty years' experience, said to
me. I can't do ou any good, so why not try Dr.
R. V Pierce's Favorite Prescription?' I wrote
to Dr. R. V Pierce and described my troubles.
He wrote me a nice fatherly, kind letter in re
ply, and I followed his advice.
" Life is a pleasure to me now, instead of a bur
den as it was before." Three of ray neighbor wom
en have used Ur Pierce's medicines and it has
helped them all. I will take no other medicine
but Dr. Tierce's
and I recom
mend it to all
mv friends. The
ed me so much :;
I always keep it
in the house. I
also have the
mon Se'nse Med
ical Adviser and
think it is a
. , 1, T
Im wuHng to
answer any letters of inquiry if stamps are
enclosed for reply."
Dr. R. V. Pierce is and for over thirty
years has been, chief consulting physi
cian at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. Thousands of
women have written to him describing
their symptoms, and, on following the
advice he gives freely, have become well,
strong and happy. Many sensitively
modest women write to Dr. Pierce and so
avoid the disagreeable questioning, ex
aminations and local treatment so gener
ally insisted upon by physicians. Dr.
Pierce's medicines cure you in the pri
vacy of your home, and Mrs. Heckert's
case is only one of thousands that have
been cored after the doctors failed.
HAILROAD TIME TABLES
t Sally all othn dally txoipt Sunday.
Central Standard Tim.
vWvjfA VYvS J fSSaH
I vJ ,
CT-rVJEULND, AKRON fc COLUMBUS.
Union Dpot, Market St.
Ooltunbui expreii tiCSam
From, MUlersDurg only MsST am
Columbui last ".. ....... il pm
Col.-CIn. fast mull a.M nn.
To JlllUnburg only. JZZZ :5pm
ao.ss io jaiinnDurg only.
No. SSt Col.-Cta. axpreti (ft
ERIE RAILBOAD CO.
Krt Depot, Mill t.
Tim Cardt Deo. 11,1468.
Ooln x Wett.
fit Limited veitl'bn'lV
NO 15 ToAfcrnn nnlir
S2 1L 2S?5!L5,i vrtT
No S7 AccomrnodatlonZH
No St Limited vestibule
No l?t Eipresi !
No 4t New York ipeclal
No lt Chautauqua expres
.,u no .cvccummoaaiion
f Kii-.ni. fnH....-j":"': ".:-"? J"?
fl "j. .- - j BUU UOJ ur noii-
No 10t .
C, T. V. R. R.
How. 8t. Union East
Depot. Depot. XVron.
,: am 6:15 am 6:08 am
.9:20 am 9:05 am 9:10 am
J :10 pm 1:00 pm 13:41 pm
..5:13 pm 4:65 pm 4:6pm
..8:25 pm 8:15 pm 8:17 pm
.8:42 am 9.-03 am s:I9sn
12:01 pm 12:18 Dm 12:27 nm
4:20 pm 4:55 pm B:07pm
..10:Mpm 11:15 pm 11:23 pm
T :85 pm 7:50 pm 8:00 pn
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
Ro. 168 S. Main St.
First stairway north of the L0.0.F.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
?;oods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
or funerals, weddings, parties and
123 and 125 Carroll s;. re. ?o. --
For Every Purpose.
Exchange and Water Streets.
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling...
Always on hand. All orders promptly filled.
Special attention given to all mail orders.
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Ktlly's Island, 0.
The Eitchie Coal Co. is
the place to buy your
for the next 30 days. Prices down.
RITCHIE COAL CO.
Tel. 556. 110 W. Market st.
WHEELING 4 LAKE ERIE ET.
Myron T. Herrick, Robert Blickensderter,
receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1858.
Not NoSi No 3
Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15
Lodl 10 ai
w nee ling
11:18 6:19 ii
11:50 6:48 5:50
12:45 pm :
T.v K;Sn m in.f n,
n 8:00 12:55 pm
Valley J unctlo:
Toledo (Union depot).
it. ij. nootD,
General Traffic Manager,
J. V. Townsend,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19, 1898.
Depot North Mam Street.
Depart No. 1 , 7:50 am
" No. 11 . . . 5:00 pm
Arrive No. 2. .. 4:20 pm
" No. 12. 12:15 am
PITTSBURG A "WESTERN R. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
no. ft vestibule limited 1:65 am
No.4t Pittsburg exnr 6:10 am
No. Pittsburg mall
No. 10 "Washington Express from O.
T. & V. R. R.Howard St. station 420 pm
Arrive from the East.
No. x Western mall ii:SSnni
No. 47t Chlcaeo exnreaia
No. 6t Vestibule limited
No. V Cleve. Express, ar. O.
R. Howard it. station
. 725 pm
. 9:90 am
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
No. t Vestibule limited , 11:18 am
No. 7 Axxon-Chleaffo fait mall in-irium
No. 47 Ohloato Tprm x;&o pn
Arrive from Uie vest.
et vestiDiue limited.
VA. A PIMjhnvv
o. t Ohleago-Akroa fast mall .
. 1:80 am
. 6:05 am
, 8:10 pm
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
The A., B. & C. Route.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
lime Lara. .May xi r, lts.
Cars leave Akron 5:30 n.m.. every half
hour; 6:30 n.m. until 7 p.m. and at 8, 9 and
Leave Cleveland 5 a.m.. every half hour;
6 a.m. until 8 p.m and at 9. 10 and 11:10 pjn.
and trans- I
B moving vans
I tAfimlncr Anr
ierrlne. parcel and trunk dpH mn-. foi
StablO. Pomnt servlcn. nonnlnr nrinofl
Office corner Canal and Cherry streets.
obauie 4iii vxivrry street.
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
Coal, transfer and ereneral teamlnr.
rubter tire coaches for funerals,
wcuuiags, aances, moving vans,
wagonettes, band wagons.
too Lincoln St., lei. 564.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay "Working Machinery for
Stone"n-r.re a Specialty.
Hemlock hill stutf $17 per m
Norway bill stuff $20 per m
Yellow pine siding No. 1 $27 per in
Yellow pine flooring No. 1 common
$23 per in
Yellow pine ceiling No. 1 $27 per m
White pine lath No. 2 $3.50 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $3.40 per
Clear hemlock shingles $2.60
There are some 60,000 costermongers
who carry on business In tho streets
of London. Their capital Is supposed
to be 504)00. while they are said to
do a trade during the year of 3,000,-000.
DON'T BUY LUMBER
Until you got our prices and see
The Hankey Lumber Co.,
Wholesale and retail dealers In
And manufacturers of
Sasb, Doors, Blinds, Etc.
1036 South Main SI. - Alcron, O.
Jacob Brougher is critically ill.
Mrs.ljovina Harmon of Canal Ful
ton, was the gnest of her mother last
The first reunion of the Eenintrer
families, held at the home of Samuel
Kininger, southeast of Greensbnrg
Tne annual picnic ot tlie Sunday
school of this place was held at
Highland Park Saturday.
The third annual reunion of the
Buchtel family was held at Turkey
foot Lake, Kepler's grove, Aug. 31.
Music by tlie Comet drum corps was
Clifford Buchtel, son of A. A
Buchtel, had Ins leg badly hurt
wiuie maKing saw logs.
Nora Dickerhoof of Akron, is vis
iting with her mother.
Myrtle Myers of Akron, is visiting
her parents and grandparents.
.n. nieeuug wits nuiu. nc ttie scnool
house to make arrangements for the
hauling of the coal during the win
ter, scrubbing the floors and clean
ing the yard. It resulted in Win.
Daily being employed to haul the
coal. Huston Dickerhoof and Elmer
Treesh do the scrubing and cleaning.
The cider mill at this place is run
ning Tuesdays and Fridays.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes
Orders promptly attended to.
155 S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O.
5 PER CENT.
We have MONEY TO LOAN
on first-class improved farms a 5
Wall 8 Hollinger
226 South Main st.
THE EMPIRE OF THES0UTH.
Second Edition A Beautifully Illustrated Book
Full of Important Information.
The First Edition 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, beautifully illus
trated, and regarded by critics as the
most complete production of its kind
that has ever been published
Persons wishing to secure this work
will please enclose to the undersicned
25 cents per copy, which amount ap
proximates the cost of delivery-. Re
mittances may be made in stamps or
Address all communications on this
subject to W. A. TURK, General
Passenger Agent, Southern Railway,
Washington, D. C.
FIRST and THIRD
Interesting literature regarding
the south is now being distributed
by the Southern Railway "Southern
Homes" folders, large map folders,
"Land of the Sky" booklets, "South
ern Fields," "Minerals and Mines"
books, etc.. mailed free to any ad
dress. "The Empire of the South,"
a very handsome volume of about
200 pages, profusely illustrated,
also issued by tho Southern Raiiway
and sent to any address upon receipt
or 2o cents, wnicii amount approxi
mates cost of delivery. Address,
WM. H. TAYLOE,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Southern Ry., Louisville, Ky.
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return,
Including meals and berths. For
further information enquire of C. D.
Honodle, Union depot. Tel. 42.
Summer Tourist Tickets
Via Great Lakes now on sale. For
tickets and full information see C.
D. Honodle, Union depot, agent D.
& C. S. N. Co., C. & IS. line, Ancnor
line, Merchants' lino, Northern
Transit Co.. Northern Steamship Co.
Mr. Claudo Tliardo, direct from
Keith's Union Square Theatre, Now
York city, is at Summit Lako Park
this week and must bo seen to be
Take Rapid Transit
A Little nnn Out West.
"I am going to take a little run out
west." said a Kansas man to an ac
quaintance. "Colorado or California?" Inquired
"Neither." Rpornfnllv renHerl tho
Kansas man; "Manila." Kansas City
CLAMS & LOBSTERS
the: bank oafe,
The Finest Restaurant In Akron.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FETE IMPORTED AITS DOMESTIC
We-fc Goods St Oigara
Under Central Savtars Bsak,
JOHN KOERBER, Prop
Louisville & Nashville
Write for hftxmjitien It
CP.ATHORB,G.P.Jl., - - lOVBYlLLF, KY.
125 North High street
Best of Accommodations
Board by day or week C 1
Don't falllto call and see our flue
line of home-made chocolates and
all kinds of candy. We uso the best
materials and flavors and guarantee
our home-mado candies strictly pure.
Sold wholesale and rettiil.
Phone 289. 162 S. Howard st.