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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19
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Cor. Main and Exchange Sts.
Is tho place whore you always find tlio largest stock of
selected brnncls of
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
And nil kinds of Imported goods.
WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Is n dollcIouR, wholcBomo whisky. The whisky without a
Pop Gallon, - $1.95
Honost Quart, - - SOo
19 YEAR OLD BOWEN RYE -SPRING 1880
Nearly old enough to vote,
FOR XMAS, THE NICEST PRESENT AND BEST
..CALIFORNIA SELECT WINES..
Per Gal. 90c. WW Per Quart 25c.
CA11 packages delivered frcn In tho city mid vicinity, bearing
no markR on tho outsldo, Indicating tho contents.
Cor. Main and Exchange Sts.
Will bo delighted with tho
mitnygood things to ent lie
will find ut tho
New Sweet Oranges,
All Kinds Nuts,
Full Line of Poultry.
Wo nro soiling this week
Gilt Rdgo Flour,
8 cutis Heat (Jorn 25c
10 bars Ark tSoiij) 25c
10 lb. suck UtickwliPiit 32c
18 lbs. Orntiulutoil Sugar.. $1.00
138 N. Howard St.
'i .114 E. Market St.
Clllil.l III llll!T.
"One engagement Is oft ugaln."
"What's the matter mow?"
"1 gave tier n licit hucklo wltb wy
photoiirniih on It, mid she uses It to
fiuti-n her dog's collar." Chicago Itcc-'
A Serious lit. appointment.
"Why does Mrs. .Tlmbcrlnko wear
that fcultled look oC melancholy?"
"Ilccaiibo she can't muku ccglaacs
ituy ,on that Hat nusu of hers." Clove
land l'laln Dealer.
"Yes," she said, "I am proud to say,
that I am a bachelor girl."
"And I," ho replied, "take equal p'rhlo
Id the fact that I am an old maid man."
Toa and Coffee Dopt.
MfYNFIT & TO
. KJ 11E1L IAJ.
BILLS OVER A CENTURY OLD
They Show Ten til Hnvc lloen n Cum
lirlilne Stnilelit'n rnvnrltp Drink.
There Is n bill for groceilcs, etc., fur
nished for mi tiu.lrrgriiilmito at Cam
bridge In the year 17SA The hill con
tains one or two Iiis of fumltmr.
Apparently the uni&gindiiiilc took
over rooms nlieady "..iiilnhed at a fi
liation, and certain articles had to bo
bought ucw, such as a health brush, a
pull, a mop and n "Holland gotch."
One knows not what this means, but
It cost 2 shillings I) pence (i:i cents).
The uudcrgiadtiato would seem at
Hint sight to have (onsumed ten In a
most reckless manner. On Oct. 24 ho
Is charged 2 shillings for 1 1) son and 1
shilling 0 police fur Congo. On Nov.
1 he Is chnrged 2 shillings for tea and
on the same day, which looks odd, fl
hillings 0 pence for ten. On the llth
of the mouth he buss a new te.ipot, the
old one, olio supposes, worn out with
haul service. However, this tea laKts
him till the end of thu term, mi that
bis tea costs him for the two months
no uioie than 11 shillings, or fJ.T.'i, and
ns tho price of ten at this time Muled
fiom 8 shillings to about '-' chlllhigs
wo mny conclude that he got tlitmtgli
no inoio than a pound dining the terin.
In other words, this joiing man took
for breakfast a slight repast of weak
tea and bread ami butter. Dinner was
then served ut 12, so that breakfast
was only what the Indians call a
"chota linzrl," On sugar he spent I
shillings, which means six pounds at
S pence a pound. On randies he spent
21 shillings &i pence, or about 3 shil
lings n week. Ho binned wax candles,
mold candles .and "wax twist." Salt
was u shilling a picket. On two occa
sions ho bought sand. Was, then, the
Hour of his loom sanded? It would
seem so. ijt. Louis Itepuhllc.
SOME COVETED SCRAWLS.
Itnrr Aulnumiili. For Whirl, liu
ineii.tt Trice IIiul' Urea l'nltl,
Tho most prized nuloginphs In tho
world nro those of Hhakespenie. On
ly seven are v'al"'ed to exist, threo
signatures to his will (each with a
different spelling), two to lomejances
of proport', ,0110 In the folio edition of
his plays (doubtful) and one In a Tudor
tinnslatlnn of Montaigne, rids last Is
In tho llrltlsh museum uiid oust over
Ono thousand guineas was the prlco
given by tho lato Mr, Alfred Moirl
son of Cm linn lloune tenant fur an
nutoginph letter willleu by Matlo
Bluart to the nrclibltliop of IJiilsc.
This and two other lettcis (one to tho
popo oud tho other to the king of
France) cio wilttcn by the unfoitii.
nato quecu of Scots on tho morning of
her oxccutlon. The letter to the 1'iench
king was destroyed timing the dujs of
the terror, whllo that to the popo la
still presetted at the Vatican.
Tho well known hooLscller Ileinard
Quarltch rho 1,000 for an nmogtnph
of Columbus, which was exhibited at
the Woild'o fair at Chicago. A Chi
cago autograph dealer Is said to Imvo
offered to glvo ?100,ooo, or over X20,
000, for a gcnulno nutoginph of
Sliakespenro If brought to him within
n j ear of making his offer. It was n
safe bluff, for Blnco the tragic fato of
Chiittertou no forger has enied to
tackle tho quaint scraw I of the Haul of
Avon. Collier's Weekly.
Teacher now do you account for the
phenomenon of dew?
Hoy Well, yon see, tho earth re
Tolves. on Its axls.eyery 21 hours, and
In consequence of this tremendous: pace
It porspltea frccly.-Iiudon Tlt-Illts.
Don't always think It's tho fault of the
cooking when your coffee la thin, flat and
tasteless. Yon can't expect to nuke good
coffee with poor Mult. The best Is ului
the cheapest In the end.
UVCRVDODY SAYS TUB
represent! the hlglicit tandard of excel
lence. Try a pound nml ne why,
2Ba. 33n nnH rtnn
EUQENB ROSEDALU & CO.,
181 Front St., New York.
GEMS IN VERSE.
The critic stood lth sconil tja
He (ore a picture on tho wall,
Vou call this artf Now, spa that flyl ,
It fa not natural at all.
"It 1ms too mnny lees; tta hrad
Is far too largp. V ho cvfr saw
A fly like that, no m i and fiad,
And wings that iZZ. aa H thejrishiw."
And with a crstiire ot ilhjpist
He wared lid hand, when, lot the tlj
Flew from tho picture. "Ah, tome Oust'
The critic Mid, "was In my tjel"
Henry Coyle In Critic
The Klfmen or the rroat.
Don't you feci your aplrlta tingling with a new
and grateful thrill,
Erery nerve within you jingling with a ring that
fllH the Mil,
Every muscle keen for action, erery elnew atrung
And )our active brain expelling every alude ot
At you rise these lovely mornlnga from a bed of
drea miens alerp,
When tho atari aro getting drowiy and the day
bruin to ptep, ,
When the graBwa and the buahea are with apar-
Ming Kema cmboincd
And yoa frel tho ctinglng kliica of the uucy Au
All the latitude of summer hldea its head In lazy
And, no longer tclng nlnner. Indolently Junipt
lo the eyca there romea a "pirUe of reiuicltated
Tutting all tho lislIeM glancca full ot attcplneu
And the brcln gcta up an action full of 'vlgurated
And the feet rl.iff on t!i pavcm;nt fdih an etier
At tho hair by playful breezea of ttal!ty Is tossrd
And ve feel ihO'itirglng Maua cf tha uucy au
How It ttnta the frcah yourtff facta of the maidens
with a (lusii
That outrival e'en the aoftntca of the rtpenrd
Circa their ejes a healthful glinting and their
step a pmccfut npring
Aa It gallantly lalutei them with the awrctnesa
of Its stlngl
Summer haa its ripe attractions, npring tta floral
And tho winter it entrancing when with gema It
atutls Hie air,
Rut to other seasons' beauties admiration soon h
And wc feet the atlngtng klwes of the saucy au
Tako the slowest good for nothing ever fetched a
Drag hint from lilt bed of slumber when the day
begins to dawn,
And you'll see n strange awakening In his dull
and slothful ejti, '
And tho freshnea of the morning trratablm to a
There la life In ctcry Eephyr, there Is tonic In tha
At It whlspera words of comfort to tho alowly dy
And we say that HfVa worth living at whatever
bo tho cott,
And we feel the (tinging klucs of the nancy au
Iloprw' Nntlnnnl II; mn.
Wave, four color of our precious land.
Again o'er all Tramvaalt
Woo be to Qui) forfakfii hand
Who theo o'er down uoull haul)
Ware on, on high. In our tlear air.
Irflnav&al'a own banner free!
Our enemy has fled atari
Hreak, day of Joy for theel
Through many utormt jou did endure,
To us the token true,
Again a atorm'i gone by secure.
And wc are pledged onewl
A&Mllcd by It a ill r, brute and Urit,
It waved o'tr head of ire;
To their iliRplto ninj thry ace It
i;le with our lovo tlie Idglicrl
On high, wave on In our dear alp
Transvaal's own tanner (reel
Our immy hat (led afarl
llrcnk, day of joy for thee)
On high, o'er all our i n clous Jand, '
Wave, four color of Trauavaajl
Woe be to (lot) fori J ken hand
Who thee c'tr down would haul!
Each Ims hit plare amid the throngs,
Seme to toll In tho buny Uf,
fMmc n be driven and aotnc to drlva
And eone to sing tin lr songs.
Eath one Is nrfut In hta sphere,
llo who ileltLs In the fruitful earth,
He who ndils to the worl.l'a mirth
And its wialtli of hope and cheer,
Btiio ot tho forue nml tiome in the mine,
Homo to loll in the counting room.
Ami w-nie to lighten the hour! of gloom
fly word of lure divine.
Borne to ml n Inter to dlteaae,
Stiino to I nt rue t anil soma to preach,
buiuo to (lurin ufth the glfta of apeccb,
And aome with melodies.
Sumo to ahlne and soma to plod,
Mule to walk with the rlrh and great,
Knniu to rule In olio Ira of atato
And some to tell ot Clod.
Kore mere worthy than are the rwt
Who honratty atrlve, with the gifts they hold,
Tho talents wltl in them to uufotd
And glvo tht world their beat,
uui tj create In the realm of art,
Kvi-.o to rdUie tho aufTerlnj,
Homo to 1j1t nrd acne to bin;
Tho aonga that rcHcl. tho heart.
Oh, this la tho way 1'ia bahy camel
Out of tho nl;ht ai cornea tho dawn.
Out of the imbcra nj tho ftune,
Out of the bud tho bloarioni'a en,
The aj pie bough that blooms tho itma
Ai in glad summers dcutl and gone,
Wlih ft jrraro and beauty none could name
Oh, ll.lt is He way tho bahy carnal
And thta le tho way tho baby woks.
Ami when In deepest drops cf dew
The ohlrc and r,tudowe link on J soak
'J ho iwcet eji'i kliinmered throush and
And cdjjlngt and dimples broke
About the l!pa,,aud no one knew
Or could dlvlno the worda they upokt
And Hill Ifttio v.y tha baby woke!
And thlt It the way the Uhy slept!
A mUt of tretnoa backward thrown
Dy quauilng- algha whore kliwt crept
With jranilnc ahe had never known.
The little hsnda wtre cloitrly kept
Altout a Illy newly blown,
And tod was with her, and we wept
Ami this is the way the buby ilrptl
Janus Whitcomb Itiley.
After tltv UrniifElit
A sudden atlr among the maiden 1rirea,
And little murmurs from the wiJuwel grata.
The buirlnl trumpet call of wln.lt, (he roll
Of Ood's great drums scrota the echoing hills,
And, uniformed in graj, with glittering tpeara,
The nitiiiieiit of raindrops marches bark,
AnJ all the world grows brsutiful again
KM Wheeler Wilcox.
With want cleitroycd,
With greed changed to noble panlona,
With the fraternity that is tarn ot equality UV
ing tho plare of the jtalout) and ftar that
now array mm sgstnal each other,
With mental powvr looatid by conditlona that give
to the humt'ltat comfort and leisure,
And wh4 shall meaiure. the hetihta to which our
rriilulioa may aoarf
Sniunn'N Tnlklnir Man,
Hainoa'a talMuj; tunti, or "tolafnll,"
Id a character. All tlio affairs of state
of tho vMInKo In which he Uohls ottlco
nro carried upon lila KhonUlera. In or
dinary he U tho chief acMser, persuad
er, convlncer and restralner of the
UavltiR the jlft of eloqucuco, ho
makes tho must f It, He enjoys Im
munity fiom many things Uo cannot
be, hpoKcu of iu ordinary terms. If It
MlioitM lio neeesaary to Bpenk of his
ejea or his mouth or his limbs, special
honotablo words must be used, words
which attach to him alone
never been applied to the personal
parts of ordinary men.
As ho stands to deliver his soft, per
Guaslvc, niclIinuoiM oratory, with staff
of o 111 co In his hand nml his lly duster
thrown over his shoulder, nny one can
see that he Is n man of great Impor
tance, or If this Is not apparent from
his attitude It may be 'gathered from
tho attention paid to his utterances by
gray haired chiefs nnd by youths and
maidens. If the talking man Is a clev
er fellow nnd understands his busi
ness, ho Is tho chief ruling power In his
tribe, although tho nominal headship
Is nlwnys vested In a chief or patri
Ihe Very Tit I tiff.
She I want a necktie. It's a present
cr (blushes) for a young man.
He Quite so. Might I suggest the
uhapc I have on nt picscntf Specially
applicable. You see, each one has to
bo slipped through n ling.
She (eagerly) Olve mo half a dozen.
THOSE BOER LADIES.
br Mldille I.!fo They Arc Almo.t Too
I'lll to Wall..
The Boer woman Is very little ULc
the trim, handsome Dutchwoman of
her ancestial Holland. Khe Is seldom
pietty. Her complexion Is her princi
pal charm, and she guaids tills caie
fully whenever she goes out. Bhe Is
never seen outdoors without a great
peaked bonnet on her head, her visits
to church being made behind an al
most oriental seclusion of veils. This
Is uecessary lo preset u tho pink and
white of tier sLln, fur tho cllmatu
would otheiwlbc soon tan it. to the col
or of sole leather, tier c;cs aio small
and bet closo together, and her features
ure Iiregular. Her cheeks are broad
aud Hat, and Iter hair Is natuiully light
In color, although time and wcntjicr
soon blenih It fiom Its cutly stiaw
color. At n very early age sho loses
all her teeth, for sho Is constantly
chewing sweet' cakes and confection
ery, A lhiropcnn women would replace
the tnolnis that nature has deptlved
her of with well mounted wuiks of
art, but tlu Ilocr woman does not do
this. She thinks It would hu Impious
thus to try to duplicate the woil: of
the Cieator. Her ilgure Is thick nnd
ii:-n-i-n -t tx
i Don't fall lo iry t
j when aulforlno Wont nny bmtl
T oonilltlon of tho Stomach T
j, or Uvort T
llloontinndasronlB, nt 4ruirtor.i. X
. WHEN III DOUBT, TRY
atAnriltia trtlnl vein.
Snd have cured thousands of
catel of Nervous Pliranet.tueU
ai Debility, DUilnett, bleeptetl
neii and aricoccle, Atrophy.&o
Uhevclearlha brain. ttrenethen
the circulation, make dlgeatlon
f penect. ana impart a neauny
Yi vigor toiha whole bclne. All
fllihkijKrk drains nnd lones are checked
Ctrnnnr Iftitn ftrmatinth. Unlets DJllontt
wlluilliHgailli Bra properly cured, their coudi
tlon often worries them Intolasanlty, Coniunp
llopor Death, Matted sealod. Price It per boM
6 boxei, wiih Iron clad legal guarantee m cure or
refund the money, f ro Stid for free book,
Addren. pEAU MEDICINE CO., CUveland, .
A. Warner, druggist, iiuri B. Market.
i t TtlfMlil Viiftcf eoftl ntirt
F.t , Ill.lWltlntt rfffpllrlinrr
f.JUtfl nil fr-et rr d(n a , 1in 1ifaii
S3'bv waxen c j ii dies.
fhe light that heightens
finished touch to thedrawlng
wm ur uniing room, IS U1Q
luicaow glow oj
Sold iu all colors and shades 8
to harmonize with any Interior
""Ki"K or uecorations.
luuumcturea ty 4
STANDARD OIL CO.
n, ,, . rur t110 very wner.
r HiTnmni v im ihcm
Bit i vzs v aa AM
Fcls-Naptha soap is so
good that no woman, who
knows it, will have any other.
It washes cleaner and whiter
with half the work and no
smell, because it is used with
cold or warm water not hot,
5c ; and the grocer returns
the 5c if asked.
M ft Co, malm, rhlUdrtphh.
almost walstlcss. Whllo still a young
woman sho begins to grow fat, and
by the time mlddlo llfo Is reached sho
Is ofteti so unwieldy that the only ex
crclso she Is ablo to take Is to waddle
cumbrously from one armchair to an
other. Sho Is clad In a loose, scantily
made gown, devoid of trimming and
apparently walstlcss. Tho day gar
ments of the Boors aro also their night
clothes, so the gown Is gc'nernlly wrin
kled. Charleston News and Courier.
If you btven't & regular, healthy movement of tha
bo wo li every day, you tn Pick, or will bo Keep your
bowels open una be. wall torce.ln tbotnapeof
violent phytic or pill poison. Is dangerous The
clean Is to tako
TftADK MASK PI OUT RIO
Never Slckcu, Weaken, or Grlpp. 10. (Oo Write
for Iroo tnmplo, adU booklet on bealta. Address
8trllair lusted tapietsj, Iklcsi. Utt, flw yrt. 33U
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Faster than ever
Chicago -Union Pacific &
JHE OVERLAND LIMITED leaves
Chicago e.30 p.m. daily, arrives
can rranasco s. is attcrnoonot intra
I dav and Los Aneelcs earlv next morn.
ing. No change of cars; all meals In
Dining Cars. Bultet Smoking and
Library Cars with barber. The best
of everything. The Pacific Express
leaves 10.30 p. m. dally. Tourist
Sleepers eve'ry day and personally
conducted excursions every Thurs
day. Illustrated book free. Call on
any agent or addrcst Chicago &
......... . . ..
8t BrMdmau. NimYork
431 VI t St., - Cht!iti
127 Th$ Anndt, ClMla4
UCamput Martin; Dttrtlt
01 Cfti a'l 8t Phlladtlphta
tea Waihh9ttn 8t Moiton
SOSMahSt,, - Buffah
FIRE ALARM CALLS.
1 Central Engine House
2 lluckeyo Works
8 Akron Iron Works
4 Diamond Rubber Work.
5 Main and Market
0 No 2 Engine House, Sixth ward
7 N Broadway1, near Market
8 IUichtel ftv nnd Bowery
O'Soliuuineher Mill. Mill it
12 I'rospoct, near Mill
18 Furnace and Broadway
14 Main nnd Keck
IB Ash and Park Place
16 No 8 Engine House, West Hill
17 Carroll and Exchange
18 Etnn ro Mower nnd Reaper Wks
10 Ak on Rubber Worke
21 Prospeot and Perkins
23 Forge nnd Market
24 Sherman near Exolmng.
25 Main and Exchange
20 North Howard and Tallmadgt
27 W Market and Greene
28 Akron Knife works
29 Washington and Hopp alley
81 Notth Howard and North
82 E Market and Spruce
84 W Market nnd Valley
85 Carroll and Splcer
80 Carroll and Sumner
87 North and Arlington
88 'Vine and Fountain
89 Coburn and Campbell
41 Woosteravand Locus
42 Pearl, near Cistern
43 8 Main and Falor
45 College and Mill
40 Arlington and Haxel
47 Howe and Bowery
48 West South
40 Moulll pottery, State at
Bl Howard and Cherry
fit) No, 4 Englno bouse, Main A Fair
Kl Center's!, railroad crossing
04 Uuchtel nv. and Union
50 Akron Stoneware Co., Sixth ward
57 Lods nnd Turner
58 Perkins nnd Adolnh are
60 Main, near Odd Fellows Temple
01 Case nve and Kent
02 Sloberllng Mill, Sixth ward
03 Johnston and Champlnln
04 Akron Sewer Pipe Co., Black mill
05 HIU Sower Pipe Co, E. Market
07 Carroll and E. Market
08SeconiOT and Valley railroad
09 Johnson and Wilson
71 Gran and Cross
72 North and Maple
78 Wernor Printing Co
71 North Crion, near Bluff
76 Robinson Bros,N Forg. st
70 The AVhltmore, Robinson Co
Bl Western Linoleum Co
82 Summit S.wer Pip Co
83 Allyn and Cross
81 Thorn toil and Harvard
85 The J O MoNeal Boiler Work.
01 Cereal Mills, S Howard at
02 Sohumauher Cooper Shop, North
121 General Alarm
123 Silver and Hickory
1W W Market and Rhodes ar
KTJ Renn.rtBrew-rjr.H Iwp M
241 Sh.rman and Vorls
251 Oedarand Wabash ar
253 W Exchange, near Willow
812 Cascade rfllls, N Howar
814 Fire Cbl.t's Residence
891 Adam and Upson
841 Baloh and Market
842 Maple, opposite Baloh
815 Bittman and C.-osbv
851 Exohange and Splcer
112 Wooster and St Clnlr
413 St Clair and Bartgos
jif JVatcr Works, Wooster r
'411 Ewart TH. Works
(Corrected' December 10, 1800.)
Wheat, per bti. 09o. .
Rye, per bu., 00c.
Oats, per bu., 20c.
Corn, shelled, per bu,, 35o.
Ear corn, per bu., 15 to lfo.
Corn, cracked, $15.C0 p6r ton.
Clover (large), per bu, (3.60 to $4.25
Clovor (small), per bu, $3.60 to $4.25
Clover, crimson, por bu, $3.00
Clover, wlilto, per bur $7.
Clovor, alslke, $5
Timothy, per bu, $1.00 to $1.25
Corn, oats nnd barley, per cwt,, 85o
Corn nnd oats, per cwt., 80c.
Middollngs, per cwt., No. 1, 05c.
Bran, per cwt, 76o
Spring wheat, por sack, $1.25
City brands, per sack, $1.00 to $1.10
Ryo flour, por sack, $1.00
Graham Hour, per sack, 10-lb, SOo
Timothy, No. 1 baled per ton, $13.00
Timothy, No. 1 bulk por ton, $9.
Clover nnd Hmnthv. TCn. 1 lmlprt
perton.OJf to $10.
vjiovcr ana timotny, is o. l duik per
ton, $10.60 to $11 ,
uiovor, no. 1 bnlod per ton, $9.00
Clovor, No, 1 bulk per ton, $9
Wheat, baled per ton, $5,
Whoat, bulk per ton, $5
Oats, haled per ton, $4.60
Oats, bulk per ton, $1.60
Rye, bundle, $11 per ton
Beof, llvo per lb, 8 to 5Jo
Beef, dressed per lb, 0 to 8)0
Pork, llvo per lb 8 to 4c
Pork, dressed per lb 5 to 6Ko
Mutton, llvo por lb 8K to 4)c
Mutton, dressed per lb 6c
Lamb, dressed per lb 8c
Lamb, llvo per lb 4)J to 6o
Veal, llvo per lb 4 to 5
Veal, dressed por lb 8 to8So
Ham, cured per lb 8 to 10o
Shoulder, cured per 11) 7o
Bncon, cured per lb 8 to Oo
Beof, dried por lb 10 to lflo
Cured, beof No 1, por lb lOJo
Cured, beef No 2, por lb 9ic
Green, beef No 1, per lb 8J40
Green, beof No 2, per lb 7Jfo
Cured, calf No 1, por lb llo
Cured, calf No 2, per lb 10c
Green, calf No 1, per lb 10)c
Greon, calf No 2, per lb OJjO
Sheep poltg, 75c to $1.00
Tallow per lb, Vi to 4o
Butter, Elgin creamery, por lt, 25c
Butter, country, por lb, 18 to 20o
Butter, cooking, per lb, 12c
Laid, country, per lb, (J and GJc
Lurd, city, per lb, Q)o
Eggs, strictly frcsli, por doz 23o
Chlckons, live, per lb 7to8c
ChlokenB, dressed, por lb 8 to lOo
Turkeys, dressed 10 to 12o
Ducks, dressed 10 to 12o
Potntoes, pqr bu 85 to 40o
Navy benns, per bu, $2.15
Marrowfat bonus, per bu, $2.50
Mnnlo syrup, por gal, 70 to 7oo
Onions, per bu, 40o
Butter, Elgin creamery, per lb, 32o
Butter, country, per lb, 25c
Butter, cooking, per lb, 10 to 15c
Butterlno, por lb, 18 to 20o
Oleoniurgorine, per lb, 20c
Lard, country, per lb, 10c
Lard, city, por lb, lOo
Lard, compound, por lb, 80
Eggs, strictly fresh per doz, 28o
Chlckons, llvo por lb, 10 to llo
Chlckons, dressed per lb, 18c
Turkeys, drossed 15a
Ducks, dressed 13o
Potatoes, por bu, 60c
Oats, por bu, 80 to 82o
Corn, onr.per bu, 23o
Corn, shelled, per bu, 40o
Corn,crncked, por lb, lo
Hny, balled, per owt, 75o
Straw, baled, per owt, 36o
Onions, por bushoi $100
Celery, por bunch 10c
York State, per lb, 18c.
Swiss, por lb, 18o.
Full cream, per lb, 16o
Salt, per bbl, Wndswortli $1.10. N.
itocK salt, per lb, lo
Ollmonl, per lb,2o
Crushed oyster shells, 55o n cwt.
Crushed bono, per lb, 2;o
Linseed oil, boiled per gill, 62o
Linseed oil, raw per gal, 60o.
Tnrpontlne, per gal, 5o
White Lead per owt, $0.
Nnils, 8d wlro common nor cwt.
Nails, 8d steel cut common per cwt
isaits, hu cut common per cwt,$3.uo
Spring chickens, 7 to 80
Hemlock bill stud $10 por m
Norway bill stuff $23 per m
Yollow plno siding No. 1 $27 per m
Yellow pine flooring No. 1 common
$25 nor rn
Yellow plno celling No. 1 $27 per m
White pine lath No. 1, $0.00 per m
White pine lath No, 2 $5.00 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $8.50 per
Clear bemlook shingles $2,76 per
DON'T BUY LUMBER
Until you get onr prices and see
The Hankey Lumber Co.,
Wtioleisle nfl retMl denier. In
And manufacturer, of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc.
103. Souto ttala S(v
A. B. & C, R. R Special Holiday Service.
Beginning Monday, Dec. 18, and
continuing until Deo. 20. enrs for
Cleveland will leave Howard and
Market sts, 6:80, 6;30 a.m. and every
half hour to 7 p,m. a,tid 8, 0 and 10:30
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
1 Dally) nil other, daily oicept Bundsy.
Central Hlaiulatd Time,
BRIK RAILROAD CO.
Tim. Cardi Deo.ll.lSts.
No If Kxpr,ii. .,..,.
No ftf I.lmlUd TUtibul.
... 8:84 pra
... 0:83 nm
,. 6:52 pm
,. fl:iO am
u, 8:M am
M 4:2S pm
No lot To Akron only J.v,vp-.
No 18 Huntington iptolftl
No S4- Vkolflo Ainr.tr
No .7 Aooommodatton...HM.,
No at Limited Y.ltlbul.....l
No lit Bipr.M... ..
t X4.W xorKipnoiat
No 1st Ohautauqat xpr,l,m.H,
Va ftfl AasAniMfu4.llAH
(tt) Iio.pt u.nday ari'd"irji"ii
WHEELINO a IM.KI IRI1 B'T.
U jron T. Harrlek, Robart Bllokamadarfar,
r.olTr. Tim. aardi Mot. IT, UM.
. Not Matt Vel
Tol,do (Union dipot)Xr Tin
flrt,.nn , ,.
..wLt 6:80 am
. . S:oo
, ... :S
12: Hi pm
ToUdo (Union d-potTZVAr 1:10 pm i80
Gtnsral Trafllo Manager,
Assistant General ranenger Agent,
CLEVELAND, AKRON A. COLUMBUS.
Union Do pot, Market Bt
Cln., Colli mbiiB nnd Ctovoland fl:05 am
iiitauurg, irui.uuuipa.il ana now
Cln., Columbus TY Cleveland'!
Clee1nnd, Columbus and Cln,..,
Xpu. Ynrlr Phlln ntwl A Irrnn
ClovolHiul nnrt Mil It raburg. .""'"" IHSpm
viumiiuu, vuiuiuuui utiu viii y.ut pm
PITTBBUKQ WESTEUN B. K,
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
Chicago and Mew York vestibule,
limited .... H58 am
Warren, Youngstown, PlUftburg... 6;ioaiu
'Warren, You ngq town, IMttsburg... ltl0pm
1'iiipourff, wtunniKion, I'niinuei
nhln, New York, departs C. T. &
V. Ily., Howard street station..... 4:20 pm
Arrlro from the East.
Washington, rittsburg, Cleve-
janu, arrives u r.it v.uy ,tiow-
nrrl utroot urntlnn fi!trt nm
Pittsburg and Akron ,.. -rlls.Mnm
I'lltaburg, Akron and Chicago 7:25 pm
New York.WasMngton, i'lttsburg
uim uuitniju , ...m. m 'II WW pm
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
Union Depot, Market street.
Tlfiln, Fostnrla and Chicago 10:10 am
Tlflln, Fostorla nnd Chicago 7:50 pm
Chicago vestlbuled, limited Mt, 11.15 pm
Arrive from the west.
Chicago and New York vestlbuled
limited ... l:50am
Chicago and rittsburtr. :S5 am
Chicago, Aki on and Clo eland.... 8:10 pm
C, T. A V. R, R.
How. Bt. Union
A :30 am
4 :6$ pm
No 4(1 ..
No n ,.
No lo ..
No 8 ..
No 7 .,
No 8 ,
8:4 J am 0:03 am
No G .
No 47 ...
,........ i ;u pm
i :ou pra
o ;tj pra
except Sunday from Union Depot
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Timeuara. Deo, 10, 1898,
Depot North Main Street,
Depart No. 1
Vl No. 11
ArrtTO No. s.'.
,H. 6;00 pm
,., 4:20 pm
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
The A., II. & C. Railroad.
Watting Room, North Howard Bt.
Time Card. Nov. 0, 1890.
mui iui .tuvuifiiii ivivvu corner Jiowara
nnd Market ats. overy hour from 5:30 a.m.
to 8:. so p.m and to 10.80 p.m. Saturdays aud
Sundays 6:30 t..ra. 6:30 a.m., and every
half hour to 7 n.m.. 8 n m.. 0 n.m. Rtirt til An
NEWS and OPINIONS
Dally, by mall $6.00 a Year
Daily and Sunday by mall.., $8.00 a year
The Sunday Sun
Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In
Price 5c a copy. By mail $2.00 a year.
Address THE SUN, New York.
A Handsome Publication, "The Empire ol tha
soiitn," iisuca oy me southern Railway,
"Tho Emnlro of the South." a 200.
page book, handsomely illustrated,
with most complete Information over
compiled regarding the South and
us lnuustnes is a valuable addition
to any library.
This book is issued by the South
ern Railway, having been compiled
at ft largo exponso, and it Is the
handsomest publication of the kind
over gotton out.
Copy will bo forwarded promptly
to any address upon application to
W. A. Turk, general passenger agent,
Washington, D, 0., with 15 cents to
Hunting and fishing books, "Land
of tho Sky" pnniplilets, maps and
otbor illustrated literature mailed
free to any address by,
J. C. Beam, Jr., N. W. P. A., SO
Adams St., Chicago, 111.
O. A. Balrd, 216 Fourth avo Louis
Win. H. Tayloe, Asst. General
Possongor Agent ' -ouisvllle, Ky.
Tiokets on sale Bee. 5 and 10, to
many points In the northwest, south
and Bouthwest. Bee W. E. Langdon
for routes, rates and any Informa
tion. New Train.
Akron to rittsburg, Washington,
Philadelphia nnd New York via 0.,
A. & C. aud Pennsylvania lines.
Leaves Asron Uttliy at 2:27 p.m.,
reaching Pittsburg 6:10 p.m. and
Now York 7:!!0 a.m. next morning.
Pullman sleeper can be taken at
Hudson for Philadelphia and New
Vn.V file,, a, mn.. .... 1.- 1 , .. ..
.., ...., .. ti,u uo uttu main-
Honodle, agent Union depot station.
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