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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER ID
; The Weather Wednesday ' H JOlPl hTA ll 'T31 n
A VARIETY of GOOD READ
INO for YOUNG and OI.I).
liHAUTirUL HOUND HOOKS
sultnble for PRESENTS for Sun
dny school classes.
'tOYS mndo of METAL, tlio
kind thnt don't BllEAK, WOOD
EN 'lOYS. ANIMALS Hint
Iluoks .it Gc cncli A.B.C. books,
Tom Thumb, Threo Henrs with
drum nnd flfo, pretty pots, v. Ith
heavy card board covers.
Rooks nt 10c each Tho Spelling
Beo, Tho Six Swans, Olives
Friends, Idttlo Favorites, Circus
In Town, A. U. C. Rooks, all
RooLu at 12Xc eaoh Mother
Goof o Mnlodlus, Our four footed
Friends, Llttlo FoIkB World, A.R.
C. Nursery Rooks, with hoavy
card board covers, llnon binding.
Rooks at IGo each Holiday
Sports, Sunny Days, Through
tho Looking Glass, Just Cliums,
etc., all well bound.
HookB nt 12o each Cloth
bound books, sultablo present for
book worms. Audio, Morning In
Florence, Itrov. nine's. 1'oeins,
Dreams, Scarlet Lottor, l'leasuros
of Life, Coming Raco, etc.
Rooks at ir,o each Cloth bound
books In good nnpor, good print
ing; l'lonoor, Tho Tliroo.Guarils
men, Frozen, 1'rlvato I.lfoof Gen
eral Jackson, Mnstorof Rallan
Rooks ntSOocach Fancy bound
books put up In neat boxes. Just
tho gift for Sunday school classes.
In Black and White, Crown of
Wild Ollvo, Lady of tho I.nko,
Mosse from an old Manse, Liilla
Toys! Tojh Anything and ev
erything In metal toys, wood toi s,
dolls, dromi d dolls, colored dolls,
doll cradles, horns, railroad trains,
drums, black bontds, cows, olo
phants, sheop, horses oto.
JOT" Special White Apron Snlo
Wcdnosday morning. Bo on tlmo
for they aro chenp.
160-152 South Howard St.
To bo without a cont In your
pocket anil go without many of tho
comforts of life, or In have money
nnd got tho comforts nud soma of
WHICH WOULD YOU?
Wo liavn money nnd It will bo
como yours If you linvo nny snourl
tles to olfor.
Wo loan It from $r 00 to $M0.00 on
Furnlturo, l'lnnos, Olllco, Storo and
Saloon Fixtures, Horses, Wagons,
Merchandise, Diamonds, AVatuhex,
Llfo Insiirnnco Policies and on all
other good BoourltliR
AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE.
All goods left In vour possesion;
extra tlmo incase of sickness, death
or loss of employment. If you can
not call wrlto or telephone No. in2'J
and wo will solid our representative
with money. All transactions prl
vnto1 Mi Sniii i in Co.
103 S. Howard St.
Two doors north of Mill street.
To got your Photos mndu before
20r E. Market Street.
Livery, noarainu, Feed and Sale
Oor IV11II nnd HlRh Stn.
PinST-CLASS SERVICIi In Every Hespecl
Phone JT2. E. W. Cubblson, Prop.
Jacob Ruvlnsky roportod to tho
pollcothntn stranger stole (I from
tho monoy drawer nt his cigar Btoro,
021 East Mill Bt at o'clock this
At the meeting of Rarhorton Coun
cil Monday night nothing was said
relative to tho franchise of tho A, &
0. V. R. T. company. Council Is
thinking seriously of lighting tho
city with vapor lights. Heretofore
the lighting has bcon dona by tho A.
& 0. F.R. T. company.
Call nt 1S!0 S. Howard st. nnd got
fresh candy, nuts, fruits nnd nil
kinds of confectionery goods, Tho
best In market. Prices right.
' O. O, 8HER1IONDY.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 'W. II. Snuvnln,
formerly of JetferBon City ( Mo., nrj
now residing nt 103 Campbell at.,
THE BRITISH KOUGH KIDERS AT MAfEKING.
When war between Ureal Britain 4nd tho Tisimnr.! i?e:ed lnmilnnr. cMerd P. 3. n.idcn."oTcll of tho Brit
m1?7 rBanl,C(1 a "Ulinant of roujsh riders resembling tfiosit of Colou-1 Wood and Colonel )tooievclt. When
Hostilities began, Colonel Baden-Powell's men were nt Mnfekln-f, which v, a promptly besieged by the Uoers. They
uavo since seen considerable fighting and hove distinguished themselves on several occasions.
Damaging Testimony Against Con
Washington, D.C., Doc. 10. (Spl.)
A number of witnesses from Utnh
nppoared todny before tho Comtnlt-
teo of the House of Represontntlves,
which wns Investigating the caso of
Mr. Roberts of Utnh. Mrs. Dr.
Mills of SnltLako City gnvo tho de
tails of a cnll inado at tho homo of
Mrs. Dr. Maggie Roberts In April,
Mrs. Roberts told tho witness thnt
Bho hnd been mnrrlcd to Mr. Roberts
Boven yenrs. Edward McDonald of
Salt Lako Horald testified that Mr.
Roberts told him that ho had threo
Has a Bill of Its Own Will Bo
A tahl -ton, Dec. 10. (Spl.) Tho
Sulim. i ommltteo on Flnanco today
authorized Senator Aldrlch to report
the Senate llnnncinl bill ns n substi
tute for tho Ilouso bill, pnssod yes
terday, after tho Houso bill Ib re
ceived. Tho report Is to bo mndo bofore
tho adjournment for tho holldnys.
Flag Waves Over Slaves.
Detroit, Doc. 10. (Spl.) The
Amorirnii Federation of Labor today
declared against slavery within the
Jurisdiction of tho United Stntos. It
wns stated that 100,000 slaves are
now working undor contrnot In tho
Sugar Trust's Rival.
Dover, Del., Doc. Ill Spl.
Tho Colonial Sugar Itollulng com
pany, tho nllogod rlvnl of tho Ameri
can Sugnr Roflnlng company, was
Incorporated horo today,
Chlcngo, Deo. 10. (Spl,) Actor
Sol Biultlt Russoll, who collapsed on
tho Bingo at tho Giniid Opnin Ilouso
Inst night, U reported In he In n very
soiloun condition .mil It It. piobnblo
thnt nil his engagements for this
icnon will have lo ho canceled.
Mlus Julia Hovoof 111 Ninth ITnlmi
Qt., Ih vlstlng filuud In ChliMgu,
lllii Oiler t.t roptilallou,
"CVnuiii iitprrla ei 1 1 mule," bijii tho
Clilmgo Pott, "that (he i entrr of pepu
lallou . Ill ba found uoxt jeir lo bo In
I;. linns, tlopi to tho Illinois llr.e, nt n
point liot fir leu'nwd riom tho tow.i
of Ylucvnnrs. llm l.nt cuiius kIiowi i"
tho population untir to lie between
Cohimbiis, Iml, Mini Clnelnnill. Tho
liicreiiso In the nnnnlnilnn ,.f e.i.
Trim, the Indian Tcirltory, (iklnhonia!
w .uexno anil .il7oui during the
lt U:-. j cars has lmu sulllcl"iit. It Is
Ih .!. In iifftet nn liKteiisii In tho
i'i il!..Mt and to posslblj pull thu ecu
ttr jomcttlnt to thu south of the 1M)0
Ptnllil. 'J ho uenllh center Is thouglit
to l,c In tho lu-ljliliorliuoil of S.iti.
ilh'il y, 0."
A writer In Purest ami httiain says
that the ciliuluul lemUncy Is nmnlfist
rd to a greater or leas eluit by all
tho lower nulmnla, nnd he his com
piled it lint of 18 climes which nio
commonly committed by bhiK beasts
er re-ptllos. The Indictment Includes
murder, parricide, fintrklile. suicide,
theft, kidnaping hlgliuny rohheiy,
polygamy and diuukviiuess.
Ago l net to be fiaied. Tho olijcr a
good nnd healthy person gums the
greater becomes his capiKltj to enjoy
tho dccpei, sweeter nud more noblo
Uluds of linppinua whlcli the world
Our sentiments, our tliouslits, our
noids Iwc licjllude on entiling cer
tain mloda. m Jtlcl.K plunul luto the
wafer look beat.
After n woman has re.ichcd the ago
of ao slio wonders liow initny jeais
will Imvo passed beforo sho Is 31.
In Norris Case.
Defense So Confident of
That It Offered No
Jury Found tho Defendant
After Less Than an Hour's Delibera
tion Court News.
Tho Norris caso Is progressing rap
idly and will probably be fluishod
Wednesday. Judgo Kohlor overruled
tho defendant's motion, ami tho pho
tographic copy of the note will bo
submitted Inovldenco. Tho dofoud
nnts maintain that thn nrlglnnl In
strument must ho produced. Judgo
Kohlor took exceptions to this and
ruled thnt tho photogrnphlo copy
would flullluu. It Is claimed that
tho noto is in tho hands of Norris'
brolhor, Tho only ilninaglng ovi
doncn Hint lias been oirerod Is n enn
vorsntlon, whlcli linn boon construed
ns a pnrtlnl confession, botwoen tho
dofcndaiit nnd tho alleged makers of
Tho dofouHo w ill sot up tho general
FOR YOUR HUSBAND,
FOR YOUR BROTHER
For somo one clso's brother. In fact any iisuful prosent you
Jg want for n iiiiiu or boy to wear you
overcoats, m-cKwenr, nose, Busponciors, Kerclilurs, MUlllors,
UinbiollMi, Gloves, Underwenr, Wo., Klc.
Wo guaruntae our prices on everything.
Reliable Clothiers. Hnltors and Furnishers.
H 118 and 120 Main Street,
Attracts hundreds dally. Don't fall seeing it
then come In and examine our
, , ONLY A inw DAYS 'TILL XMAS. Yoa will find SHOES and XMAS
SLirPEl S here for mother, father brother, sisters, baby or friends: correct In
style, reliable in quality, comfortable In fit, reasonable In price.
Como in cartel Soo Oo
Villi Pfc fl
Ni, c c.,,11.
t. nu, ouo ouuiu
E aOSED ALL DAY XMAS.
claim of not guilty.
Tho Norris case came to a suddon
termination Tuesday afternoon. The
Btnto rested Its caso at 2 o'clock. The
defonso offored no testimony nnd nil
plena were dispensed with.
"Tho court may chnrgo tho Jury,"
was nil tho dofenso said, after tho
stato had finished.
Aftor being out less than ono hour
tho Jury returned a ordlct of guilty.
Tho caso of Rosn A. Whltlin vs.
Oustnv A. Knscli, has been dismiss
ed nt tho cost of the plniutif.
Juno Smith Stolnbaclier has fllod
an answer to tho defendant in tho
cabo, Kltnboth Veon. Allegations
Mary C. Raughman wns granted a
dlvorco from Herman L. Rnughmnn,
Tuesday. Tho plnlutlir wns given a
houso nnd lot nnd $100 nllmony.
Jos. L. Glbbs, of West HIU, an
swering tho potltlon of his wife,
Mlnnlo, for dlvorco, cross-potit'ons
for dlvorco, chaiglng extromo cruel
ty. Probate Court. '
Geo. R. Slddal has boon appointed
administrator of tho cslato of George
F. Fuller. Rond 'loOO.' '
Old Not Meet'.
Tho County Commissioners again
fniled to got togother on tho anuexu
(Ion question Tuosdny."
Jesso L. Yeomnus, Akron 28
Suali J. Wilton, Akron 20
will llud nt our Btore Sultsi
- AKRON, 0.
ni..: c .
A.-t Prices Regardless ofValuo.
Odd Lots a-fc 40o -to SOo on -the Dollar.
Phinney's Old Stand;
117 S. HiovarcS St.
E?"It will pay you to lay in a year's supply at tho prices wo will ruake at
COULD BEAR A SHOCK.
lie Wan Short on f.nntci, ImC Decld
eill Luuir on .Nerve.
The young. fnau cs cither an op
timist or the possessor of a bnrveylzed
fctcol armor plated none. Tcrhaps be
was n little of both.
A short time ago be cnuio to tho con
clusion that be would like to Insure his
life. With this object view ho made
Implication to a prominent company.
After filling up the necessary form he
rcteheil an Invitation to call upon the
medical' olllcer of the company and
undergo the usual medical examina
tion. In duo course he presented him
self nt tho office of the examining phy
sician. ICciiucntlng the young man to remove
his coat and cst, tho doctor produced
a stethoscope nud began bis examina
tion. All at once he stopped nnd re
garded the candidate with an expres
sion of alarm.
"Young man," he Mild, "do you think
you can bear a shock?"
"Oh, I think so!" was the cheerful re
sponse. 'Tiro nwny and let me hear
"You limo only ono lung," announc
ed tho doctor Bolemuly.
"Well, what of tint? retorted the
candldntc, with the utmost composure.
"I noer told you I had any more,
"What," exclaimed tho doctor, "do
you mean to any you were nwaw of
"Of course I was. Do you suppose
a man could lmo only ono lung with
out being nwnre of the fact?"
"And yet," said tho doctor, "you np
ply to n respectable company for n poli
cy of llfo insuinnce. Do jou expect to
"I certainly do Not only that, but 1
think I ought to get It at a substantial
l eduction In the premium."
"Upon what giound, may I ask?"
"Upon tho ground that, having only
one lung, I nm 50 per cent less liable to
contract consumption than It I had
two lungs." Ith nl.
WOMEN OPPOSE WOMEN.
Tlie State of Affalra Snlil to Exist In
the UoTernment Service.
"Why Ib It that women are practical
ly debarred from recehlng promotions
to thu higher plnccs In tho gin eminent
service?" asked n go eminent clerk of
a quarter of a century's experience.
Tho question wai put to sevcial ladles
In the treasury department. Ueforo
any oue of them had time to reply tho
questioner pi acceded to answer his
"It Is because tbey are held back by
members of their own sex," ho said.
"Somo tlmo ago a lady lu one division
I know of was so favorably rcgnrded
that sho would havo been made chief
of that Ulvlflon. but ns soon ns her
prospects becamo known her fellow
clerks of the same sex became Indig
nant nud united la n protest. They de
clared that they could never work un
der her; that they would a thousand
times rather havo u miin than n woman
to 'boss' them. They wouldn't ullow
her to 'lord It over them.'
"'Hint Is only n sainplo of many
enscs Women can bu depended upon
to antagonize women under such cir
cumstances. Not only did tbey do so
In theenso I havo cited, but they ac
tually gato the marble heart and tho
ley hand to this woman after they de
feated her prospects of a promotion.
I nm hntlifleil that ono of tho most In
fluential obstacles to women In their
effort to secure eipnl recognition with
men comes from their own sot."
Tho man who asked and answered
the question then raood off beforo his
nudlence of lady clerks had an opportu
nity to leply to ds assertions. Wash
Tliu Lnnah on tlio Oenernl.
The into Ocnrinl Clluton B. Flslt was
once addressing n Sunday school con
vention. Ono of tho speakers had re
minded the children that it was 'Wash
"Children," said Genernl FIsk, "you
nil know thnt Washington was a gen
eral, rorhapa you kiiow that I am
also n general. Now, can any one tell
what was the dllTcreuco between don
ers! Washington nnd myself?"
"I know, sir," icplled n small boy In
tho back part of tho room.
"Well, what was the difference?"
said General risk, smlllug at tho lad's
"George Washington couldn't tell n
lie, Blrl" cried tho boy In exultant
tones. Shouts pf laughter followed. In
wjilch tho general Jolued heartily. De
Gran'pa Slncpheison How many
does two and two make, Donald?
Oran'pn What aro you talking
about? Twj and two make four.
Donald-Yis, I know; but I thought
you'd "beat me down" a bit! London
ttueer CnriU oC Shrewd Unreri.
Not all men of the legal profession
are content with the severe Inscrip
tion on their cauls to which etiquette
and custom usually conflno them. An
Ohio lawyer who makes a specialty of
collections colli attention to this fnet
by n novel del Ico printed on his cards
and letter heads On n grent red splotch
Intended to represent a drop of blood
aro the words, "Claims" collected in
cold blood," the capital "C" for the
loA-156 South Main street.
If you aro wise you know what would bo nn appro
priate, durable nndjueoful Ohristmaa Gift,
something thnt would plonso.
...Wc Would Suggest...
That you look nt the tremendous line of Neckwenr, tho
Mufflers we show In Oxfords nnd Squares, tho Korchiofs,
tho Hoso, the Hnts, the Shirts, tho Underwenr, tho
Gloves, tho Trousers, the Children's Suits, tho Boys'
Suits, tho Men's Suits, the Men's Overcoats.
And most of all, tho Union Lnbel Is sowed In a con
spicuous place on every garment.
Henry J. Berrodin,
High Art Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher,
619 South tVlain St., Kaioer Blook
three first letters of those words being
of sufficient size to encircle tho other
In Maryvlllc, Mo , n lawyer presents
his portrait on his card, with the sug
gestlvo motto: "He that is not with
you is against you. See mo early."
Too Lone- n Tarditlok.
Miss Gabby (to clerk) I would like to
buy a j-ardstlik about two feet long. The
one I hare Is so unhandy. Exchange.
Women's Shoes, 'regular 31.50 values,
warm or drill lined, $1.00.
"Women's Shoes, regular $1.75 values,
latest styles. $1.25.
Women's Shoes, former values $3,75 and
$1,50, latest styles, $3.50.
Women's Shoes, regular S2.25 values,
heavy or light soles, $1.75.
Women's Shoes, regular $3.50 and $3.75
Fur trimmed Xmas Slippers 98c, lower
than tho lowest down town prices.
Men's Shoes, regular $3.50 and $4 values,
in tans, loather or drilled lined box calf, vici
kid, heavy soles, $3.00.
Men's work shoes, called tho working
man's friend, no nottoi value in the city.
Boys' and Girls' Shoes, regular $1.25 and
$1.75 values, tho best school shoo over offered
at tho price, $1.00 and $1.35.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
No better qualities in the city at a less price.
NECKWEAR, I cau astonish you with the price,
take quality, in consideration.
Felt Boots $1.75 and up.
Rubber Boots, high and low tops.
W. S. RHODENBAUGH,
jlSSi S. Alain St.
Between Thornton and Voris Sts.
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