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THE E0EK3 EXCITED.
An-xiliits the Airiinl r tin- llrci.lon of
i:i- RrllMi ( jlilnil Actiritj-
PiiEinniA, Sept. 12. Excitement pre
vailed here landing the arrival of the
the decision of the British cabinet.
Lo.vmtx, Sept. 12. The activity in
the war aud admiralty offices continned,
though there was nothing new regard
ing the Transvaal situation.
Rousiit lj-Wlieelilicuml Uik- Erie.
Cjxvr.LAXi), Sept. 12. The Cleveland
Belt and Terminal railway was pur-cha.'-ed
by the Wheeling aud Lake Erie
Grocers arc just as good
bankers for Us as anybody
the money-back ioap is Fels-
Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos,
Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies
Or upon anything: of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes.
LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
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FOB SALK No. 124 Bare St., V room, fur
nace, grate, barn and fruit, also cottage, five
rooms, will sell as a whole or separate. For
iariicuiars.it. w.unaiey, uenirni duiiu-
ing. Tel. 516.
FOR SAIjE First class, boarding house,
all furnished and in good condition; fifty
steady loanlers. Best location In thecltv.
Good reasons for selling- Address I, box 77,
Akron. Ohio. It tf
FOR, SALK Farm or 81 ncrcs. Good
buildings, 6 miles west of city on the Smith
road. Dr. I J. Jinughman, Montrose. O.
. FOR SAIjE Oheap. saddle mid bridle,
only used a fow timei-. Room 21, Akron
Savings Jlank building, 12I-126
FOR SALE A team nf horses, one lx
years old. one four year old. Color, diirk
bays. For particulars call at K. I. Climes
one mile south of Northampton or at Rob
inson Bros. Sewer Pipe Works. lSMSTr
FOR BALE New !i-room house. In desir
nhle location, v, ith bath and other conven
iences. For a well-built, nicely arranged
house at u moderate price, lnestignte this
Immediately. J. I. Bachtel. IsS S. Howard
Ijirge lot. Home st.. ninth lot from pae
nieut and wir line: only $510 if sold this
Good si-c room house, York St., only ?l,mw,
Small store room for rent at $'" near city
Money to loan at 5 and ti per cent.
C- Hi. Jones
118 East Exchange st.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN ?m J500, $W. 1,0C1 and 12,000.
J. I. Bachtel, ISS S. Howard st. flltf
MONEY TO LOAN Ki-fnii . nnd up
ward on household goods or any eliattlo ce
curity and allow the goods to imnaln In
yourpossession. Uaurepnyus In monthly
installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of
fice hours. 8:9) toll :: a. m., 1:S to 5 p.m.
L. a MILLER Jfc IVY MILLER.
TO EXCHANGK A first class four horse
power electric motor for a ten horse power
WASTED A competent girl in small
familv. no children. forgeneral housewoik
ot MS E. Market St. 121-120
FOR BALE A good hard coal base burn
er. Will be f.old at a bargain it sold at once.
Call at 177 Wooster nv. 121 tf
WANTED At once, dressmakers and ap
prentices. Call nt Edwards fc Harmon's
corset and dressmaking parlors. No. 122 S.
Howard St., over Reid Bros.' shoe store.
WANTEI-Glrl at Akron Steam laun
drv, corner E. Market and College sts.
WANTED A (irbt-clnss laundress Tor
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday each
week. Mrs. A. Work. Perkins Hill. 122-124
LOST A ladv's green enameled chntelnln
watch. Saturday evening, somewhere on
Howard, Maple or Market sts. Finder will
receive reward If returned to Miss Emma
Minikin at Mrs. Foster's. 171 S. Howard st.
FOR RENT House on Adams st.
at Nelan Bros., 313 Mill st.
WANTED 1 'will buy nil the old horses
and mares that you don't want to keep over
winter. R. Tinimprman. 210 Furnace St.
Telephone 677- 112-183
LOST A ladv's breast pin In the form of
a gold circle of leaves set with email opals.
Finder will receive reward If returned to E.
J. Hoskin. Democrat office. U2tf
STRAYED OR STOLEN Fox terrier pup
black and white, bobtail. Reward offered
for return. II. O. FEEDERLE, Rosedale
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE A good building lot on Brown
av. Will be sold cheap If bought at once.
Address I.G.. care Democrat. 138
W. F COLEMAN
Justice of tho Peaco and Notary.
3)3 Wooster avenue. .
Houses on monthly payments, choice lots
on Wooster nv. will be sold at a sacjlllce,
also greenhouse equipments cheap. A 45
horse-power boiler, almost new. I have the
finest allotment In Akron. Lots 60x175 from
J100 to $200. Come to see me.
FOR RKPAIRINQ See George Hanellne.
Watches, Cloaks, nil kinds of Jewelry. 1S3
Houtn Main si., unaer rea war.cn sign, z-ii
The lowost no'fc oOBt of
similar policies is the truo eoono
mlo test between rellablo companies
and is the basis of our comparisons. THE
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO., Frank O.
Newcomb, District Agent, Everett Build
ing. I hn?i' n few desirable lots at low
prices In good residence parts of tho city.
Look for us at
S. Howard st.
P. P. BOCK & CO.
Insurance and Loan Agents.
iMASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real eitata onrlty.
Low rate of interest. Tarmi moit
43 2. Siiard i.. Pinna 582 and S93
Stoam Laundrv 5
i New machinery, new location. 5
V Wo ini.irantee our work: Hich
t gloss ir domestic finish.
- X. i.--rTor:!i Howard t
s -, -.s.-rfV-.v-v
Bar-Ben is the greatest known
nerre tonic and blood purifier.
It creates solid flesh, muscle and STRENGTH,
Cleare the brain, makes the blood pure and rich,
and causes a general feeling of health, power
and renew ed vitality, while the generative organs
are helped to regain their normal powers, and
the sufferer is quickly made conscious of direct
benefit. One box will work wonders, six should
perfettacure. 50cts.A B0X:6boxe.$2J0. For
tale by druggists everywhere, or mailed, sealed,
on receipt of price. Address DRS. BARTON
AND BENSON, 3 j Bar-Ben Block. Cleveland, O.
"ALL BAR-BEN SOLD AT LESS
THAN 50 CENTS A BOX IS NOT
GUARANTEED BY US."
Followed the Debauch of
Frank Rineharl Fined For Peddling
Without License Police Court.
The case against Frank Einehnrt,
accused of ped tiling without a license,
and which has from time to time
been continued since August 12. was
disposed of in police court Tuesday
morning. The defendant was fined
$1 and costs.
Frank Brauchler, placed in the city
prison Monday night for intoxication,
ander, loitering about the Opera
House Monday niht, each $1 and
James Colburn, escaping from the
street gang, costs and SO days to the
TIME IS THE TEST.
At the Meeting of Roosevelt Day
A general committee meeting was
held at Republican headquarters
Monday eveiling. The meeting was
called for the purpose'of hearing the
reports of the various committees,
relative to progress in arrangements
'for Roosevelt day, September i.
Very few of the committees wore
present, aud little business was
transacted. The transportation com
mittee reported that while reduced
Time Tries Alike Both Friends
1 m. i I
wasinoao. snape 1 nesuay morning, rates on the railroads for that day
e nas a wen ueeiupeu case 01 have not vet been secured, vet pros
delirium tremens, and Prison Keeper pects for secring them are consider
Washer spent most of last night e(j SOod.
uiKing care 01 mm. lie was sent to
Mother Feared Her Child
PETERSON & WRIGHT
Successors to J. X. Peterson
Grain. Hoy, mi Feed, cement, lime,' tic.
I2S H0RTH MAIN ST.
Tel. 124 Peterson & Wright
A pure whiskey agrees with any
food, in fact aids digestion. It tones
the stomach, increases the flow of
gastric juices and so promotes
strength and flesh. A pure whiskey
like HARPER Whiskev. SOLD BY
144 S. Howard sfc.. Akron, O.
"All cats are grey In the dark."
Our laundry work bears the closest ln
jBectlon. Try the AMERICAH LAUHDRY
If yon want white collars, enf f s and shirts.
. Tel. 729
: & Re
405 E. Exchange st.
Darin? the Akron Free Street Fair S
You Must Eat to Live
Why not come where yon eet
theBEST MEALS at all hoars?
DETTLING BROS., Props.
200-202 E. Market st.
For Drugs, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Clears come to the
IMeMv Drug Store
At 170. II2I S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
The A., B. & C. Route.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. Mny27, 1899.
Cars leave Akron 5:9) a.m., every half
hour; 0::a.m. until 7 p.m. Mid at 8, 9 and
Leave Cleveland 5 a.m.. every halt hour;
A a.m. until 8 p.m and nt 9. 10 and 11:10 p.m.
If you want a first-class driving
horso, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
No. 1350 South Main sfc. Nothing but
first-class horses Kept in stocK.
Tff Tt. RTRTNER. Pron.. Tel. 1734,
John Q. Martin , Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
Amendiug a resolution authorizing
the Pittsburg, Akron & Western
Railroad company to cross and oc
cupy certain streets and alleys in
the city of Akron, Ohio.
Whereas, The city council of the city of
Akron, Ohio, did, on the 15th dav of Septem
ber, 18!), nuthorize the Pittsburg, Akron &
Western Railroad companv to cross and oc
cupy certain streets and nlleys in the city of
Akron. Ohio, and
Whereas, The l'lttsburg.Akron Western
Rallroud company has been succeeded ill all
of Its rights by the Northern Ohio Railroad
company; therefore be It
Remit ed by the council of the city of Ak
ron, Ohio, tluit the said The Northern Ohio
Railroad company, its successors and as
signs.be and it is hereby granted permission
to cross Silver street with n single t rack, llf
teen (13) feet six (ii) Inches in the clear,
nboe the present surface grade thereof, and
intersecting said s-trect at a olllt 2(il feet
southwesterly from a stone on an angle in
said street at the northeast corner of lot 11,
Said original paragraph of the resolution
pnssed by tho city council of the city ot Ak
ron, Ohio; December I5th, IK), referring
especially to theuseandoccupancyof Silver
street by the Pittsburg, Akron & Western
Railroad company. Is hereby repealed.
This resolution shall take effect and he In
force from and after lis passage and legnl
Passed Aug. 14, IS'.'.
Chas.JI. Isbell, K. P. Sprigle,
CItv Clerk. Pres. City Council.
Approved by the Hoard of City Commis
sioners. Chas. II. Isbell,
Sept 5 12
He Had Left School. But Did
Reach His Home.
Considerable excitement was oc
casioned Monday afternoon in tho
vicinity of Schell av. liy tho story
ciiculated that six-year-old Glenn
Motz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chailes
Motz, of III) Schell av.. hail been kid
nnped. The Motz family have lived in Ak
ron but a week, and Monday was
Glenn's first day at school. His first
day's experience within enclosed
walls where he had to be real quiet
was not entirely to his fancy, so he
was easily persuaded by some.older
hoys to go to the woods after hickory
nuts, during intermission, about 2
o'clock. This was the time at which
his mother expected 1"im to return
home and as ho did. not comu she
became worried and went to the
school house to find out why he did
not come. Glenn's mother heard a
report that some person had called
at the school to tell him to return
home as his mother wanted to take
him to Cleveland with her. This made
her very uneasy for she thought the
child had been kidnaped, and police
headquarters was notified to send an
ofilcer out to investigate the matter.
Officer Joseph Kempel was sent
out, and many inquiries were made.
Some of tho most ridiculous stories
were reported to ihe almost distract
ed mother. Some boys told her that
Glenn had been pitched into a creek
and drowned. Her suspense was
The two older brothers of the boy
who work at the Goodrich Rubber
works, were notified, and they hur
ried home in great haste. The
brothers are said to have run the en
tire distauce, a little more than a
mile, without onco slackening their
About 5 o'clock Glenn returned
home, as much composed as though
nothing had happened. It was in
deed a great relief to his mother, but
gave to an otherwise sensational
story a very tame, yet happy ending.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. F. CHENEY & CO.,
Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known J. F.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale druggists,
WALDING, KINNAN fc JlARVIN,
Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting direcUy upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle.
Sold bv all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family Pills are the best.
Won't Speak In Ohio.
Topeka, Sep. 12. Governor Stanley
"nas been compelled, to decline an invi
tation lrom Chairman Dick of the Ohio
state Republican central committee to
spend two weeks, beginning Oct. :!,
making campaign speeches in Ohio.
.1 list ice Roberts Dead.
Balumoke, Sept. 12. Chief Justice
A'harles B. Roberts of the Fifth judi
cial district is dead at his home in
Westminster, aged 57 years. He was a
Democratic member of the forty-fourth
and forty-rif th congresses.
WANTED TO LOAN
' 1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years liiecurity i
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
"""calo Q Coates
Everett block. Tl. 1623
READ DEMOCRAT ADS.
Providing for the construction of a
sidewalk on both sides of Kent
street, between Market and Broad
Resolved by the city council of tho city of
Akron.two-thlrdsof nil the members thereof
concurring, that a stone sidewalk, six feet
in width, be constructed on both sides of
Kent street, between Market and Jlroad
streets, in conformity with the established
grade of said portion of said street and in
accordance with the general ordinance up
on the subject, and that the mayor be and
hereby Is directed to cause notice of the
passage of this resolution to be servisl in
tho manner provided by lm.
Passed August 14. lS'ui.
Chas. H. Isbell, E. P. Hnrlgle,
City Clerk Pres't City Council.
Approved by the Hoard of City Commis
sioners. Chas. If. Isbell,
Sept5 12 Clerk.
READ DEMOCRAT LINERS
the County Infirmary for treatment.
Thomas Clark, intoxication, $2 and
James Percible, running a street
car through a funeral procession, $
Henry Anderson and Ernest Alex-
Tu Klect llau kiui,' Succesinr.
Hakkisbumj, Sspt. 12. The vacaucy
iu tho Forty-sma senatorial district,
composed of Beaver and Washington
comities, will be filled at the general
election in November. Tins vacaucv
was, caused by the death of Colonel
Woman's Best Friend
Dirts Worst Enemy Jr
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Condition id trip,.
Vy.YoHi.VGTo.v, .-Cunt. 12. Tho Septem
ber reject oi thehtatistician of the de
partment of agriculture shows tho fol
JowuiK nvivagas. ot condition ou Sopt.
1: Corn. W. -'; wheat, T0.H; oats, 8T.2:
rye, b2.U; buckwheat. 7,7.2; potatoes,
hS.y,; barley, Mi.?.
'lentil l'elilis,.mi.i to lie There.
New Yokk, Sept. 12. Ucutral Roe
received word from Colouol James K.
Baruett tli.it the Tenth Peuusylvauia
regiment, returned from the Philip
pines, will take -part in tliu Dewoy
Is an ordeal which nil women approach with indescribable
fear, for nothing can compare with the horrors of child-birth
The thought of the suffering: and danger in store lor her, rota
the expectant mother of all pleasant anticipation of the coming
event, and eastb over her a shadow of gloom that cannot be
shaken off. Thousands
of women httve found
frRiEXD during pregnan
cy robs confinement of all pain And danger, ana insures
afety to mother and child. This scientific liniment is a
godsend to all women at the time of their most critical
ordeal Not only does Mother's Friend carry woman safely
through the perils of child-birth, but its u-e gently prepares the
system for the coming event, prevents morning sickness," and
nthpf Hicrrim fnrte -if ttiic TiArirwl CnTr4 1w all niirmctB a r e
bottle. Send for free booklet to The Bkawiem) RivGVi-ator Co.. B EJP if !
Atlanta finnrcria. & '
Sentenced to leatli.
Pottsville, Pa., Sept. 12. Thomas
Brennan of New Philadelphia was
sentenced to death by Judge Bechtel
for the murder of his neighbor, Harry
Elliott, oa June 2 hist.
Demonstrated Against French Consulate.
BudaPe.st, Sept. 12. A crowd of
several hundred people made a demon
btratiou in front of the French consulate
t We are just home with a new line of
It NOVEUTIES IN II
i:.. Ladies' September Head wear... 8
g Best ever shown in early fall.
J. JV. LITTL
BIG DENTAL BUSINE
Hfla.Ak. - IfXf T 1 E
La.st month August is usually a
very quiet month we did the largest
month's business in the history of
our Akron office. Every week we
are receiving an increasing number
of new patients.. High grade work,
moderate prices and courteous treat
ment is the alchemy we are using
that is fast placing our office in the
frontrank of successful dental insti
tutions. By the use of our local anaesthetic.
Vtfe Ex-fcr-sncfc Tee-fch Without Pain
No charge for extraction when other teeth are ordered.
Good Set of Teeth $G.OO I Fillings ,-;0c up
Good Crowns.... . $5.00 I Bridge Work '.. . $5.00
New York Denii
146 and 148 South Main St., Akron.
Hours, 8 to 8 daily, 9 to 1 Sundays.
Summit lake Park Theat
Week commencing Monday, Sept. 11 th. Another
great show headed by
MR. J. KNOX GA.VIEM
The popular operatic baritone, assisted by
IVUSS JENNIE F
Prima donna soprano, in a one act operetta entitled "A Gypsy Courtship."
Others on the bill are:
rVIR. AND IVIRS. EDYASARD SANTOreO
HAGUE AND HERBERT
AND BELLE MORRISON
Performances every evening and Saturday matinee. Take Rapid
Transit lino to park; 15c round 'trip includes entrance to gionitd and ad
mission to theater. Phono KiIJ.
Positively the last week, commencing: Monday, September 11 th.
The best vaudovillo show in Ohio headed by tho
Including Lorraine Armour, tho swirtcst of all poprano
S "Sis Aots S 22 Porformances nSotfy 2
Afternoon 2:80, evening H:I5. Doors open niif hour arlii't. Jot- r-untl trip,
including admission lo grim mis and frtcM-nt in ihcatrr.
Buy tickots of Conductors.
You enn investigate the experience
related and discuss the opinions pub
lished inn citizen's statement.
When investigating and discuss
ing, you have a neighbor, someone
you know in Akron with whom to
reason or argue you aro not chasm
a will o'-the-wisp.
Is not the resultof such an investi
gation far mose satisfactory than if
you mentally questioned the truth of
some reading notice in your Akron
paper of a citizen or, say, Hohoken,
Road the following and honestly
answer tne above question :
"Mr. Jonathan Rijrgles, painter, of
220 Carroll St., says: "Two years
and a half ago, or in tho spring of
1S9G, I stated through our Akron
papers that I had procured Doan's
Kidney Pills at Lamparter & Co.'s
drug store, taken a course of the
treatment and that they had cured
me of kidney aud bladder trouble,
causing a steauy, dragging pain
across the small of my back and an
inconvenient urinary weakness. It
is now the month of December, 189S,
fully two years and a half since 1
stopped the treatment and I em
phatically say that during all that
time I have not been required to use
Doan's Kidney Pills or any other
medicine for my kidneys."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by
all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed
by Foster-Milburn Co'., Buffalo, N.
V. Sole agents for the U. S. Re
member the name Doan's and take
WILL IT PAY?
Continued From First Page.
they are not giving ear to the ex
cuses now being put forward by the
exploiters for retaining that island
as a permanent acquisition.
Another query came much nearer
to tho vital issue now before u as to
the policy of the Administration. It
"Should the Filipinos be held in
subjection to the United Statrs. or
should they be allowed to form an in
The responses, distributed by Mic
tions the country over, were as fol
The debility of David Dtiggins ha
been completelv cured.
David Duggitis lives in the town of
Jones, Ohio County, Kentucky. From
there he writes :
.."",Vhf" ' ""V3 taking Dr. rierce's Golden
debility of three' vmiV , duration. I took
J- rYlrv Iltinnr
; J 4j
three Suttles of the "D
17 the tunc I was tnlc
JW . lauil'U IU"H. v
nkfi fresliinr ami I irai:i-
.", cd fifteen nonnd
ia T7etht, and aio
iriinrrf !rnth virt?
J Ia-- It hn-- btcu six
luet'ir-at aiul I still
hate ,cril health '
Korinde- For sub-
NewEnglnnd . 1 -270 T8o
Middle states 2,867 2.34H
Central west . .4,901 3,102
Southern states 1,792 1.0S3
Pacific coast 1,684 1,103
Totals 12,520 8,4I(i
Mary !Vi ('.Cambridge Fell
Into the Canal
While Trying to Pick Flowers' For
Her Little Sister.
"Mary, the seven-year-old daughter
-if John McCambridge of 012 North
Howard St., was drowned in the
t-anal between locks 13 and 14 late
Mary and her youngersister Bessie
were let timing from St. Vincent de
Paul's school, and as they were
passing the canal Bessie stopped to
pick some (lowers that grew along
the edge. Alary being tho larger,
tried to reach too far and fell into
tho water. Her sister began calling
for help." Several men came to her
aid, but it was too liiti. Parks' am
bulance was called and with the aid
of books succeeded in getting the.
body. No funeral arrangements have
Cure that ingrown toe null by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Kemedy" prico 25c. . For sale by all
I'ri-ULli l'orce Killed by Xutlle.
Tiupou, Sept. la. A courier arriving
here reported that the French mission
hp.ifled bj Fr. Fonreau and Major
Lamy had been annihilated" bv an im
tneiuu body of Tucregs.
rrirlifc :t I.IU Uitroiistitutttilinl.
Dkxvkk, sept. 12. Judge Johnson
in the district court delivered an opin
ion declaring the prizefight law unconstitutional.
This result is calculated to be snf
ficiently startling to the president,
showing, as it does, a balance of 50
per cent, against his policy, and be
ing decidedly against him "in every
section, beginning with tlfe New
England "aunties," as the Beacon
sees fit to call Mr. McKinley's most
faithful friends and allies when he
needed them, following through
the-west, where he "is said to have
formed his plan of subjugation from
tail-end-of-the-car receptions last
fall, and even to the Pacific slope,
where the Administration journals
have been telling us that the people
are fairly crying for conquest and
Even more significant is ahothi-r
one'of the questions sent out, since
it invokes the deliberate judgment of
a class of men patriotic to the core
and loyal not indeed to any man or
men but to tlipircountry, its history
and most cherished traditions; men
to whom the word "treason," so flip
pantly imputed nowadays to those
whose whole lives brand the charge
as utterly infamous and as the most
monumental impudence of our
time; this question, I say, calls for
the verdict of such men upon the
whole issue of Imperialism Or Re
publicanism now before our people,
which must be met and settled by
them, and to the former of which the
present Administration has at last
The question was:
"In general, should the United
States adhere to or depart from its
former policy of non-interference
with nations beyond either ocean?"
And the answers were:
When ninn ects
run-down it i: '..inl work
to mil him upasraiu unless
the whole condition of his
system is first chanced.
j3 f( That is what the "Golden
? jri Medical Discovery" does
"! : H. lor 1.1'1"" Il ''C"1'I1S "J" re
"?3 moving from his digestive
system all poisoncm-. effete matter. It
gives tone to bis stomach, activity to his
liver, cleanliness to his bowels. " While
this "work is going on the " Discovery"
also manifests its potency through the
blood and nerves. It fills the blood with
rich, red corpuscles and sends them vig
orously circulating all over the body to
soothe ar.d nourish the tired, abused,
When a man has nervous prostration
it isn't his nerves that are wrong. It's
his blood. Bad blood conies from bad
digestion bad stomach, bad liver, bad
kidneys. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery will put all these organs in
good order. "Golden Medical Discov
ery '" contain, no alcohol in any form. It
is entirely free from opium and other
narcotics and contains neither sugar nor
synip which are injurious to some stom
achs. Without any of these ingredients
ii retains its pleasant taste and healing
qualities iu any climate and under all
Don't let a careless or dishonest medi
cine seller cheat you out of your health
by giving you a substitute.
Offlce, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main st.
First stairway north of the I.O.O.F.
The Dixon Transfer Co.-
Ccal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
oods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
?or fui.eriiU. weddings, parties and
) j J i ;;' -mil st.
r-!. ?o. j's
For Every Purpose.
Exchange and Water Streets.
, Adhere. Depart
New England. . 1,57S 291
Middle states. .. .3,010 l,00i
Central west 6,179 1,204
The South 2,06Ti 817
Pacific coast. 1,850 572
O ror j rs -F AI n e
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Fort,
Sweet, Ives Seedling...
Always on Sana. All orders promptly tilled.
Special attention given to all mail-orders.
SCHAEDLEPv St REHN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
he Easy Foofl
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digcstl
At all grocer?
in 2-lb. pkg&
Door of Down-Town Meat Market
Was Not Closed.
About 3 o'clock Tuesday morning
the night watchman woke up G. W.
Whitehead, at his boarding place,
1 17 North Broadway, and notified
him that the back door of Edward
Leopold's meat market, corner of
Mill and Howard sts., at which Mr.
Whitehead is employed, was stand
ing open. Mr. Whitehead wont clown
to the shop and after investigating
found everything to be all right. The
door had not been closed Monday
"I fanvebren uilnr CA8CAKETS andai
a mild and effective laxative they arc stmplr won
derful. My daughter and I were bothered with
sick stomach and our breath was very bad. After
tnkini? a few doses of Cascarct-i we have improved
wonderfully. They are a ureal help In the family."
1137 Klttenhousc SClnclnnati. Ohio.
Pleasant. Palatable. I'otent. Taste Good. Do
(load, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. Ijc, 50c.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Strrllnp Hemrtlj Coifd7. I hlca?, Mentrrat, !Cw Yrrk. 315
Nn.TA.RCl"! Sold and (ruaranteed br alldrnc
HIJ. U-DKb Rlststo VUltr. Tobacco Ilabltf
Collegiate. Preparatory, Normal,
Oratory, Business, Music, and Arl
departments. Standard courses.
Detter equipped than ever before.
Total expense for T T VT T f T Miucum.Readinc
luition, board and I I IU 1 1 1 11 room, Gymnasium
room.can be kept II II J. II 11 are unsurpassed,
below S.t.50 a week W ' V ' Fine Ladiej' II all.
Terms of Ihe 64th year begin ft tT T TJ A TJ
Sept.19.-99-. J.n.2. Apr.S.inoal'l I II M U
Summer School, JuneK-Aue.li VJJiiJj UiJ
10. 1000. Cat. free. Alliance,0.
That is to say, more tlian 4J to or.e
are the voters who sent these replies
in favor of adhering to the policy
struck out by. the fathers, and to
which every principle- of Republic
anism appeals for countenance and
support, and from which wo have
never before swerved in all our
history, as against one which piu
bodies the essential vices of the
European system of colonialism,
which our people have always
hitherto been swift to reprobate and
condemn as inimical to our national
safety and welfare.
Further comment would he quite
useless. These verdicts of the agri
cultural classes. coming as they do
with the greatest emphasis from
those sections which were the strong
holds of Republicanism iu 189(i,aud
being the spontaneous opinion of
their authors, without the slightest
attempt on .the part of the proponent
to influence the result, or even to
show its own predilection in the
matter-, are most significant. . They
are certainly as disinterested, and
are likely to be as reliable indices of
the drift of public thought, as tho
shouters who make up the audiences
at the tail-end-of-the-car perform
ances. And since Senator Carter, a
sponsor for the Administration, has
had the refreshing frankness to say,
in regard to the Philippine question,
in a recent interview, that, "this is a
practical age. -We are going to deal
with this question on tjie basis of
dollars and cents. Neither
religion nor sentiment will have
much influence in determining the
verdict. The great question will be:
'Will it pay?' Tf we can show the
country that it will, as I think we
can, tho American (lag will never
come down from the Philippine.-.,'-tho
Into oracular utterance of plati
tudes to tho Methodists at Ocean
Grove, about "Peace ilr.st, thou,
with charity for all," aud m forth":
and about "the well being of tho
people," (of tiiose islands) "in which
they will participate under the stars
and stripes," sound very like the
talk of one who has a gold brick to
soil to the unsuspecting habitues of
the camp meeting.
The fancers have shown their
opinions on the policy of expansion.
Labor is of necessity against it. Th?
"aunties" of the Buaeon meaning
thereby tho Now Hnghintl f.chohirs
and doctrinaires, aro opposing it. The
exploiters and tho leisure clas are
for it, nnd hnvo tho ear of tho pres
ent Atliuliiisti.itioii. Tliositiuitiou is
most ominous ! tho liMtnr it it 5inll
persevere in thf plan of rompicst it.
which it now seems fullyconiinittvd.
The bucolic outlook i.-, slonn.v lor
assimilation'' of th islanders-.
C. II. Gkant,
The Old Lake View Coal Office
Is in running order, with
John Irvin as manager, also
office safe for sale. Inquire of
ri-bcf-iie Coal Co.
110 West Market street.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 S. MAIN ST. AKRON, O.
Moving Vaus, Teaming
and Transferring. "Fill
5 vour coal bins now and
ivoitl the rush." Otlice,
Cor. Cherry andCanal sts. Tel. 257.
CLAMS & LOBSTERS
TME BANK OAF"""""",
The Finest Restaurant in Akron.
.MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FETE DIP0RTED AITO DOMESTIC
Wet Goocis & Cijars
Under Central Savinjs Eani.
OKN KOCRCICR, Prop
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
rj Coal, transfer and ireneral teaming.
S rubber tire coaches for funerals, j
a weldings, dances, moving rans, a
ii -ryagoneltes, Band wagons.
ii 106 Lincoln St., Tel. 564.
a : , u s
J. t. WiLLIAMS
OeitM-al Machine Work of All Kinds
Cl ' Working Machinery for
tot ,. .-. ., Sr-ei-'alty.
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
stood the tcstot vears.
and hare cured thousands of
cases of Nervous Diseases, sucH
as Debtlitr, Dizziness, Sleeplet'"
ness and Varicocele, Alropb y.&c
They clear the brain, strengthen
the circulation., make digestion
perfect, and Impart a healthy
vlor to the "whole fcelnc. All
drains and losses arc checked
rftPtrlcaln termantnil Unless patient
wtiwi.fjnuiui are properlv cured, tnetr conai
t!on often worries them into Insanity, Consump
tion or De-uh. Mailed sealed. Price?! per box;
6 boxes, vrilh Iron-clad Ieg.il Guarantee to cure or
"refund the more v. ; oo StM far free boot.
Address. PEAL HECiCttS CO., Cleveland, 0.
A. Warner. drjn:ist. 20S - E. Market.
1 ilii'im Mu.tr .loim-il Uclttil.
Manila, Sept. 12. Tho mayor of
IiiniN ha- ilisap)oarcil and it is Mippoi-ed
no joined tho roboK on tho promise of
receiving -i geuor.illiip. Tho United
Slate.-. tr.lH.)lt Senator, which ;nled
from S.in I'raucisco Aug. 15, has nr
livcd here. One man died enroute.
TR. HARTtt-S BOOK.
elief for Women"
tcMlayforthu JVolc,cctaIninc rrtlm
Un unJ Tetuxioraiiis of D1L. ii A KILL'S
French Female Pills.
rraJnl bj tnoatuid of Mtivfled Utiles aj
mio, luwnjn rviiaoie ana wiiooui an cquaj.
8oU brail dnitrvrttsl3 metal box. FrvocA
naa un top ut Slue. Ublta and Kcl. TakenooUwr.
rvnch Prog Co3oi& ssi renrisu. Wbtt VoitClU.
l. . .-aviX ifctCr.tl.
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