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For . . .
100 dozen Children's Vests '
50 dozen of Misses' Union
Suits, all sizes, at 19c.
2 cases of Ladies' Fine Jer
sey Ribbed Yests and Pants
Men's heavy Jersey Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers, fleece
lined, at 39c Always sold at
. ISO pair of 11-4 Tan Colored
Blankets, extra heavy, at
$1.00 a pair.
35 pair of 11-4 heavv Grey
Wool Blankets at $1.25.
Extra yood quality of lijzht.
and dark Tennis Flannel at
5c a yard.
Light colored Tenuis Flan
nel, cegular price 8c a yard,
now 6ic a yard.
0 pieces of Dark Dress Cal
icoes, regular price 8c, now
Our 50c Low Bust Corset for
150-152 -South Howard St.
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TALKS - ' j
TELL YOU !
Where to buy your fall and
winter Footwear. See our
Boys' School Shoes, heavy 2
soles, satin calf uppers, round
toes, tipped: sizes 3 to 5J, 2
Misses' Ddngola Button, or
.Polish, Coin Toe, heavy soles,
tipped; sizes 11 to 2; spring i
A- look at them will convince
you that we give you better
shoes for the money than any
dealers in the citv.
Shumaker . I
&Co. - j
121 S. Howard st. 5
T J wist Received S
X A carload of Potatoes, Onions,
Pickets, Cabbage, Peaches,
x Peas and Plums, which we" x
& vill sell at lowest . market a
J prices; also a full line of 4
I GROCERIES I
Good Fresh Country Butter
I and Eggs.
I John C. Herbruck !
186 S. Howard st.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WILL HAVE A FIGHT
J If England Tries to Whip the Boers
' Orange Free State Aroused.
London-, Sept. "J.5. While the precise
' result of ilw swret seiou of the raad
, of the Orau;e Freo rftato is not yet
i made here, President Stern'.-, speech at
the opauuij; of the session is regarded
as au ::1dum infallible indication of the
attitude which the Free State will take.
ConimeuiiuK lroni this point of view,
the Loudon miming papers are all im
pressed with the added gravity of the
tituati.ii). aud murmurs are beginning
to be heard regarding the diLitoriuess
of the government iu getting troops
forward. Military men are said to be
impatient. -xneyasserttn.it every tains
is ready and that they are only waiting
It is recognized that the attitude of
the Orange Free State makes the origi
nal estimates based upon Dutch neu
trality too small. Evidently a much
larger force will be required.
The government is laced with some
thing like a dilemma. The leader of
the opposition hue publicly denounced
the precipitancy of the colonial office in
forcing on a conflict. Therefore, min
isters are disinclined to convoke parlia
ment. If, on the other hand, ' so large
an expenditure as the apparent attitude
of the Orange Freo State would involve
should become necessary, the govern
ment would be obliged to summon par
liament in order to gat adequate suu
plies. It is understood Unit the money
question accounts for' the dribbling
manner in which the troops are being
German military experts, realizing
the berionsness of the campaign before
Great Britain, are commenting with
astonishment upon the fact that Eng
land is so behindhand in her prepara
tions. In Berlin, it is also believed
that Dr. Leyds is acting as President
Kruger's evil genius and misleading
him by reports that he is likely to get
sympathy, if not assistance, from some
of the European powers. -; .
No member of the'Oape cabinet was
present at the mecting.of tlie Afrikan
der members of the Cape parliament
A dispatch from Pretoria aunouncos
that arms coutinuo to'ne'served to the
Bmjlmfo.vtei.n, Orange Free State,
Sept. 23. Tne volksraad metwithafuli
attendance. Prqsidiut Steyn said the
Transvaal had U-eU"deJoyM,by-tfcj Brit
ish diplomatic agent" at' Pretoria,
Couynguam Greeuo. and ho practically
accused the imperial government of a
breach of faith. Ho said he was disin
clined to advise the Transvaal govern
ment to accept the latest British de
mands. The present critical state of af
fairs caald not be.a matter of indiffer
ence to the Orange Free State, which
wa bound by treaty to afford assistance
to the Trau-vaal, and he had, therefore,
convened the volksraad to decide what
altitude sbonid be takcu. He said dif
ferences could be solved by arbitration.
The volksraad went into secret session.
U E INTEND to establish the REPUTATION of
" sellingonlv Reliable Foo-fc-wear.
Our line of
Fall and Winter Shoes
Is now ready for vour inspection. The styles are
y very handsome and extensive, being of the very ir
best makes. It will be easyto suit vou in fit and prices.
WAGONER & MARSH i
New Shoe Store. No. 109 South Howard st.
The New Fall Shirts
A few samples
THE CONGREGATIONAL COUNCIL.
WASTED-Two or three unfurnished
rooms, centrally located, with heat nnd
bath. Call or address "M,"" care Upham
Brouse Co. 1:0-133
Bcireeut.itlen of Hritl&h Churcnt-s In
troduce! Iteceplioii to Delegate.
Boston, Sept. 22. The session of tho
international council of Cougrcgation
alUts was opened with devotional exer
cises iu Tremout temple. Rev. Alex.
MacKeuiul, D. D., of England, intro
duced several lupresoutatives of Brit
ish churches, among them being I'-ev.
Dr. John Kobson of Aberdeen, modera
tor, aud Kev. Dr. Blair of Duniblane,
Scotland, ex-moderator of the synod of
the United Presbyterian church of
President-elect George Harris, .D. D.,
of Amherst college, was introduced as
the lirst essayist before the council and
read a paper entitled "Fundamental
Principles In Theology."
The council later attended a reception
at the state house tendered by Governor
Wolcott. When the council reassem
bled, Rev. Alexander Gosinan, principal
of the Congregational college of Vic
toria, Aus:ralia, read a paper on "The
Tneology ot the Order to Nature."
A paper on the "Evangelical Princi
ple ot Authority" was read by Rev. Dr.
Peter Taylor Forsythe of Cambridge.
WIiuIhii Defended RamapoDeal.
New Yoiik, Sept. 22. Corporation
Counsel Whalen, Justice Charles H.
Truax, President Silas B. Dutcher and
Engineer Peter A. Nostrand were the
witnesses put on the stand at the Mazet
investigation of the affairs of the Rani
apo Water company. Wlialen defended
tne Bamtjpo water deal, Nostrand re
fused to turn over certain papers uidess
Dutcher ordered aud Datcher left the
room doriiig an argument with AIoss.
For Election InTorlo Itico.
Washington-, Sept. 22. The war de
partment has received copies df-tho gen
eral order issued by Governor General
Davis of Porto Rico, prescribing the
manner in which the municipal electiorf
Bhould be held at " Adjuntas. The Au
stralian ballot was to be used, and the
qualifications of a voter -was that he
miM be a bonafide.resideht'af thocpiu
nicipahty, 21 years oHf 'a'taxpayer, or
else aule to read, or write, and a resi
dent ol the island (or ten.years. -
Big Master, the Biggest and "best
5c bar of soap made." -For sale by all
principal grocers. Sold at uniform
price by all grocers, 5c per bar.
Illustated Lecture on Manilla and the
Servants Andreae and Reeves will
exhibit on a large canvas at First
Congregational church Monday night
hundreds of pictures of Manila and
tho- Philippines. These men were
induced to stop hero as they passed
through on their way to Washington
and show these pictures for the bene
fit of the Sunday school and it is a
rare chanee for everybody to hear
direct from the seat of war. Admis
sion 25c. Children 10c.
j?3 Are somewhat loud, but very attractive
g may he seen in our south window.
i Have vou been in our store lately?
f You will be surprised to see the assortment of- f f
f CLOTH I NG of all kinds we have provided for
fip you to make your selections from this fall. lM
gj You know we guarantee all our goods also the prices.
iGanyard & IVIyers 3
J f-folinmn fMnrmors. Hnrrrc nnrl HurniRhprB.
.U.UW.vs Ww...wU, --.w. ..M . H.u...v..
fi 118 and 120 Main Street. H
ague Bros. & Co.
300 Wall Pockets
. 25c Each
I will open a barrel of 2(1 year old
"Hermitage" TOMORROW ONLY,
at usual price. M. J. Murphv, 177
South Howard St.
I Mguc Bros, k Co;
1 IotKT Wk Ira
We have a few
to match, . which we will
sell at great bargains. We
will give from
25 to 35 per cent,
From old prices, which
means a great saving to
Come early and get
154-156 S. MAIN and TRACY BLOCK, BARBERT0N.
P.S. Do not fail to see our New Carpets, Oil
Cloth, Linoeluin, Lace Curtains and Draperies.
Rifles, Powder, Shot, Shells, Cartridges,
Revolvers, Fishing Tackle, everything
in Sporting Goods at LOWEST PRICES.
S. Dales Son
Statements About the G. A. R Roe
Says They Will Not March.
Ooopekstow:;, X. Y., Sept. 22. Gov
ernor Roosevelt, speaking at the Otsego
county fair, said in part:
"I telesraphed to the major teneral
commanding the national guard that
the Grand Army is to have the right of
position or anvthiug it wants in the pa
rade." Governor Roosevelt is General Roe's
superior officer and the Grand Army
wilt probably march In the place of
New York, Sept. 22. At Generil
Roe's office it was said that the refusal
of the Grand Army of tne Republic or
ganization to take part in the Dewey
land parde was linal. General Roe it
not disposed to recede an inch from his
position. The ex-confederate veterans
will not march either, being uuablo to
prepare in time. The line of inarch of
the parade as at present agreed upon
General Roe and aides.
The D-.on and officers of the Olympia.
Admiral Dewey and Mayor Van
Wyck in a carriage.
Reur Admiral Sampson in a carriage
wi'.h a committee.
The sailors of the North Atlantic
Regulars of the United States army.
Governor Roosevelt of the "head of
the New York state militia.
The Forty-eighth Highlanders of To
ronto. The naval reserves of New York.
Governor of Vermont and his staff
and the military organizations of the
following named states, to inarch in
order of their admission to the Union:
New Jersey militia.
South Carolina militia.
New Haupshire militia.
Rhode Island militia.
f Texas militia
j District of Columbia militia.
' Veterans of the Spanish-American
"it win give me much aenght,"
wrote Rear Admiral Schley, "to be
present and to participate in the city's
honor to the peerless Dewey."
lin motlier ana widow of Captain
Griuley of the Olympia will be present
t the cojetratiou.
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'J-PlSJLylSaSiLjSMSjJaaiJll.J -iSWa-MJLaKV. tMi-JlJV'-3.JV-w-njvs--wui wuvwn- 'w
Will be closed out at once by the receiver at prices never heard of before.
STORE OPENS SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23
F"Evory Pair is a Bargain."
1 lot Ladies' Vici Kid, button I lot Misses' Goat Calf and 1 lot Ladies' Oxfords and low
and lace, regular- $3.50 to $4.50 Kid, button and lace shoes, for- Shoes,former price $2 to $4,now
grades, sizes 2 to 4. merly sold at $2 to $2.50, now "j .
38-OO - P pair, -,
50c " "" "
' - . 1 lot Men's $2 to ft Shoes we
1 lot Men's. Calf and Kid 1 lot Men's $4 and $5 Kanga- will close out per pair,
Shoes, $5 grades, per pair roo. Calf and Kid bals, now per . .
, , . T ,. , ,, .... i if -nr.,-cr' ,! rioC0 n,.u 1 lot Ladies' Tan, Brown and
1 lot Ladies' Rubber, 2'.; (.. lot Bojs and Mioses Rub- chocolate Colore1 sh f2 to
J, Per pair, bct.s, per pa.r, $4 grades, now
3 i0ts Men's Tan aud Black . -
Men's and Boys' Kip Boots at Box Calf bals, -English," will ChIldren,s s ,
about one-half what they for- ell at -.
merly were. $3.45 50C, 60c and 75 C.
This is the greatest sale of first-class shoes on record. Don't miss it.
GOODS SOLD FOE CASH ONLY.
The Akron Shoe Co.
I 132 South Main street.
NICK HUBER, Receiver.
HIGHEST DEGREE CONFERRED.
Niue ( .u.ili.t.ile. U-. rlvvil 1. O. . P.
4r.tiHl I lei oration tit Cliialr.
DiTKoir, .-ept. ii. Before about 2,
000 people in Liht guard armory.
Major Geuer il K. A. 1'Hliott of Chicago
coutwirud tne grand decoration of cmv
alry, trie hiajot step in Odd Fellow.
3:iii, upou uiuu candidates.
In tin- drills, Lniris, JSd. 3, Toledo,
won thiid (.rue iu class A, amount $100,
beiug tue only lodge in this section win
ning jury prue.
The sovercigu grand lodge amended
the coubiiti.t.on of the -.ebekah lodges
so as to mane married daughters, sisters
and mothers ot Odd Fellows and de
ceased Odd Fellows eligible to member
ship whether they ure married to Odd
Ffcilow or otherwise. Heretofore mar
riage to i non-Odd Fellow rendered
them ineligible. The mileage and per
diem committee made its report, show
ing total expeuse for the sovereign
grand loJgc meeting of &21S.942.
THREE DESPERADOES ARRESTED.
Tried to Aio-nult a W'omau aud At
tempted to Stop a I'ajcar.
Toledo, Sept. 22. Threejdesperadoes
named George Merrill and George
Baker of Chicago and a man named
Fisher attcuipted to assault a woman at
Wauseou. Vaey eniped on a Lake
Shore freight train uimiug east. On
the way Fisher was thrown off by the
breaking!! two of tho train. The others
compelled the eugineer to back up and
get Fisher, who was seriously injured.
Just tneu the Like Shore paycir came
along aud they tried to flag it, but the
engineer would not stop.
They were unrated when the train
reached Toledo. Fisher was taken to
a hospital and tho other two wero
tuuicU over to this Wauseou authorities.
1 Of 40
rpi ip i g
Were JUl Born
In Akron .
We are a busy family. We
are going: and coming all the time.
Some of us are at home continually
and will be glad to see you.
THE JAHANT CO. 5 SOuth howard st.
ln..lil ilBil.HI M.I II
I.--I. ili .
-Idlri Dleil if T-pliil.l leTcr.
Vamuotu.. Sipt. 2.'. Gen. Brooke
imurnitu tliu w.ir duiartmeut of the
tteatn ut I'nvate Wilnam M. Dawson,
nosp.Tul uurt', winch occurred at Santa
Clara. Cuba, on the l!)th, from typhoid
Arimlta! 3lnut.i'' entence.
Madkid, Sept. 22. Rear Admiral
Monteju, who commanded the Spanish
uav.il forces in the battle of Manila
bay, has baeu condemned to retiiement
witnout the right ot promotion.
Hank Cashier' Assailant Dead.
Chicago, Sept. 22. The man who,
under the name, of "Walter Lawton,"
inflicted fatal injuries upon Frederiok
,T. Filbert, the aged cashier of a private
bank in Palatine, a town near here,
died from a guusuot wound sustained
in a struggle with Farmer Plaggo, who
tried to rescue Filbert from his assail
ant. Filbert was still unconscious.
Jnduidrial Commission Resumed.
Washington-, Sept. 22. -The indus
trial commission resumed its hearings,
and Horace M. Eaton, general secretary
and treasurer of Boot and Shoe Work
ers' Uuiou of America, was the witness.
Two Deaths; 4 Heir Case..
Key Wet, Fla., Sept. 22. Twenty
four new cases of yellow fever and two
deaths in the record for 24 hours.
Local News ?Ai
To lie Mustered Out.
Hakkiseuug, Sept. 22. According to
guard orders these organizations, anioug
others, wdl be mustered ont: Com
pany F, Twenty-first regiment, Holli
daysburg; Comuauy Ii, Twenty-first
reiriment, Huntingdon; Company B,
Seventeenth regiment, Umontown;
Company C, Seventeenth regiment,
Washington; Company M, Seventeenth
regiment. Couuellsville. Anion-' t!in-,-
placed upon the retired list are Maj'or
Crawford, Fitteeath regiment.
ttritish 1 (dinned Ihnns iu----p-iUuu.
PoHrr-MOi'iii, Fug.. Sept. 22. The
British luitleship London was launched
successfully here. The main teatnre ot
her coa'-tructiou is the armor belt,
winch l- carried the entire length of
tho ship, as advocated by Captain Rob
Ioy h. IS ram-, U. S. N., in articles
disuust softened battjeslups, such as
S. a. O.'s POINTERS
We hereby give notice of a reduc
tion In sugars.
l$i lb Granulnted f 1.00
M lbs White "A" tl.on
i2 lbs Extra "C"I.0t
; lbs Yellow l.00
100 lb bogs Granulated fSM.
164 S.Howard St.
In Stoves Heaters and
Furnaces, and for Lighting
ENGELHART & ECKART
IMo-ticso, I ciclits
Don't fall to Ilt Mrs. Edwards
and Harmon's Corset and Dress
maklnir Parlor. Ijndlos' Tntlor-
ninde Gowi a specialty. Call for
122 S. Main st.,over Reid Bros, snoe Store
Stoves and Ranges
-And a full line of-
Natural Gas Stoves
Largest line of Cook and Heating Stoves to select
from. Call and examine and
get our prices.
May & Fiebeger
...MANUFACTURERS 0E THE...
Akron Air Blast Furnaoes
112-114-116 North Howard st. Akron, O.
Over 200 Second-hand Cook
and Heating Stoves
F YOU WANT
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This, Think It Over, and Profit By It!
a frying pan, go to a hardware store ; if you want cups and saucers, a crockery store. If you want any good, honest, union made CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, HATS
, or anything in the GENTS' FURNISHING LINE. COME AND SEE US. We are strictly in it, giving it our undivided attention, of winch you get tho benefit. Uur merchandise i?
higli class and so carefully purchased and priced as to allow of no competition. We do not care to enumerate Avhat we are selling, and just in a few words we wish to say our STOCK IS COMPLY l.h.
LOW and our MERCHANDISE all BRAND NEW. and avc shall be nlensed to have vour inspection.. Our motto. Honest Goods, Fair Treatment, Low Prices, Money Cheerfully Refunded it Goods are
i . 1 .
The Globe One-Price Clothing House,
191 S. Howard St.
Ferbsiein's Old Stand.