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AKltOK DAILY DJEMOOBAV, SATUltDAY, DHOJiMltER .10, 1890
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Edw. S. Hirltr Fral W. Otyor
Editors and Mtntgin.
Xd It. Da La Court, JUr. AlTtrtlslni Dtpt
ruin lAJim bt
AKRON DEMOOIU.T COMPANY
Democrat Block, Nos. IKS nl UT Mln tt.
LOHO S18TAM0B tUOSn 190.
orrxoiRfl ahd dihiotohii.
President .,.......Jami v. Wiuti
VIPrMnr. ...A. T. 1'AIUlT
Heerstary ,. lrn w. Oate ii
Treasurer,,... .wixj.iam T. Bawtxk
KDW, tt. UAKTIK...,,....Jl0. llONAMAnA
Ed. 11. 1 La Ooubt.
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Uaktox Is going to follow Akron'
oxnmplo nnd nnnox outlying terri
tory to the city. This will ndd up
wards of 1,000 to Clinton's popula
tion. Tin: ni:w managemontof tho Can
ton News-Democrat Is showing tho
pooplo of that city how to publish nn
up-to-dato nud enterprising news
paper. Cnnton's citizens have rea
son to bo proud of such a pnpor.
Tim YOUNCISTOWN VlNIlIfJATOK
has had so many compllmontnry no
tices from Its Ohio neighbors con
cerning its splendid Christmas edi
tion, that It has lnul hardly room to
print them nil. Tho Vindicator has
gained an excellent and doservod
reputation for onttrprlso.
Whon tlio Dumoohat noxt greets
Its roadors tho Now Year will havo
been usherod In, bringing with It
many bright promises of n now
Tho Dkmooiiat wlshos n very
happy nnd prosperous Now Yoar to
nil Its pations.
Attractive Now Year's Greetings
will bo brought by our carrlor boys
to nil of tho DcMooiiAT'rt subscribers
noxt Monday. According to Its ous
tom no paper will bo issued from this
olllco on tho Now Yonr holiday.
Tuesday's DiiMotm.vr will bo
newsier nnd brighter than ovor.
AN INSULT POCKETED.
Tin; alTront put upon tho Stato of
Ohio by tha Standard oil magnates
of Now York refusing to allow Attor
ney doncrnl Monnott to loctura thoro
Thursday night, on tho stibjoot of
trusts, Is without pnrnllol for Impu
donco ami dollauco of tho first prin
ciples of free government.
Although Mr. Monnott was totally
discredited at the Ilopubllcau State
convention last Biimmor, receiving
for a roiiomlnatlou Just ono voto out
of 600, ho still Is tho chief law nlllcor
of tha Btnto, and as such Is tha rep
icaontatlvo of tho dignity and tho
pooplo of this groat comnion-woallh.
Moreover, ns an Individual ho Is,
nud always bus been, n loyal Kopub
llcan, nnd Is uvou n supporter of tho
prosout national ndmlnlstrntlon,
which, through Its ally nnd Ixmoll
clary has for the second tlmo public
ly Insulted him,
And ha was thus prevented from
speaking In Now York upon a ques
tion admitted on all hands to ho of
commanding Imporlnnoo, not Indeed
by tho oxorclso of physical foroo,
which would at least havo tho niorlt
of personal courage, not by tho com
paratively manly mothods of tha
prlzo-llghter nnd tho bully, but by
tho cowardly nnd sneaking mode of
tbrontonlng to withhold a promised
donation of inonoy to nn educational
society If ho should lecture In its hnll.
And so again, money Is tho weapon
Monoy Is Its only argumont, nnd
with which It controls overy ngonoy,
from pettifogger up to pulpits nnd
courts, Including, ns appears from
Mr. Monnott's experience, tho right
of freo speech.
This notion had lis counterpart 40
years ago, when tho great Inbor trust
of that tlmo, tho institution of
human ohattol slavery, undortoak to
inuzzlo tho same right In tho North,
as it already had dona throughout
tho South. And tbo one trust Is not
a whit more mor.tl or rospectable
than the other. Knoli has boon abto
to control tho dominant political
party of its day by tho samo means,
money. As a Just punishment for
such nn unholy alliance, th'o Demo
cratic party became a stench in the
nostrils of the people. Now, tho
Republican party Is committed to
tha j'ame polioy and v. 111 meet a like
fate. In fact, everything In its his
tory of which tho Democrnoy ought
to be ashamed, Republicanism Is now
busy In repeating nnd perpetuating.
Somo of us do not forgot that Garri
son was dragged off the platform In
Fnnouil Hall with n ropo around his
nook, or thnt U. S. Marshal Ilyndors
used to break up Ilecchcr's meetings
in Now York. The performance of
tho Standnrd mognates Thursday
night wob moro cowardly but no
Notwithstanding all this, not nn
Administration newspaper In Ohio
will have tho ono spark of manliness
required to resont or rebuko tho In
dignity thus put ipon tholr State.
Somo may deny It, and somo may
undertake to palliate it, but to stand
up nnd donounco it, nono of them
will do It.
This cravon spirit, nnd ontlro
readiness to pockot every Insult
offered to tho public, shows howwoll
grounded Is tho assumption of tho
privileged clnst.es that thoy own tho
country, and can defy nnd bully tho
people with complete Immunity
from nny criticism from any Influen
tial sourco. Tho trusts know who
tholr frlonds nre, and that tho pres
ent ndmlnlstrntlon will attack them
ulth no woapoti more harmful than
tho ponderous platitudes of McKln
loy'o last lnossugo In regard to
IriiBts In tho abstract, but which, so
far ns any proposition Is concerned,
looking to tholr oxtripatlon through
practical legislation, was ns dumb as
Slnco writing tho nbovo wo havo
looked through the Cloveluud Leader
of this morning, Mr. McKluloy's
accredited organ, to sco if It had
anything to say In reprobation of
tho Insult put upon tho attorney
gonoral. As wo anticipated, It has
not. In an editorial It sneers nt
Monnott and Intimates that his prico
has rlson of lato. Its only other ro
buko of tho ilagrnut nttompt of tho
client of Us administration to
strnnglo tho freo expression of public
opinion 'in tho United States Is that
lloborts has throe wives.
Tho l'laln Denier, which as n poli
tical proposition, Is tho adminis
tration's Olovoland nnnox, is, as
usual on such matters, tii nubibus,
nnd has nothing to nay.
On Hand to Conduct the
Special Election to Namo Successor
to Councilman Thompson Called.
Tho City Hoard of Elections has
designated Saturday, January 111, as
tho day for holding tho special oleo
Hon to select n successor to tho Into
Councilman Thompson of tho Fourth
Tho Democratic Central City Com
mittee met Friday evening In tho
City Clerk's olllco to mako arrange
ments for tho election. H. i;, An
dreas was chairman of tho mooting
and Clarence K. Itumphroy secre
A linlf-ilozon Republicans mot Fri
day night in Justice J, It, Campbell's
olllco; Tho mooting was called by
O. W. Klluo, chairman of tho Ilo
publlcau city committed. Hut littio
outhusInHin was shown and a solitary
motion constituted tho evening's
busluoss, This motion provided for
tho holding of n caucus to uomlnato
n councilman In tho Fourth wnrd to
till tho vacancy caused by tho death
of Frank II. Thompson. Tho caucus
will probably bo held at I', T. Mo
Court's livery barn on South Main
st. nt n tlmo to bo lived by tbo city
David Logan of 10S Torrey st. Is n
candidate for tbo nomination,
Dr. If. C. Thclss, troasmor of tho
city committee repotted a balanoo
of seven cents on hand, with which
to conduct n campaign. It was do
eldeil that tho tiensurorthould mnko
u personal canvass to raise funds.
Take. Dr. Bull'aCough Syruji lor all thoso
dangerous affections sovoro colds,
pleurisy and grlppo which Fall and
Winter bring nlunv. It is the great
est oura for bronchitis aud all throat
and lung ailcotloiis. a
Chrtitmai ind Now Yoar Holiday Excur
sionsVery Low Ratos Via tho Gain,
moro & Ohio Railroad.
On Deo. 2J, 21, 5, IIO and 31, 1809,
nndJnn. 1, 1U00, tbo Hnltlinoro and
Ohio railroad will soli exjurslon
tickets between all stations cst of
l'ltiCburg nt one and one-third faro
for tho round trip; going Jonrnoy to
be coinmenoed on dnto of salo. He
turn limit, leaving destination to
and Including Jan. 2, WOO.
For further Information call on or
address O. D. Honodlu, ticket ngent.
There is nn agreement nmong tho Republicans in Congress
that tho Senate Is to substitute a monoy bill of its own in plnco
of tho ono which Inspired such "confidence" at Now York on tho
day of Its passage by tho House of Representatives.
Tho net whljh will finally bo passed will bomadoupby
adopting tbo essential features of each of thoso now proposed,
nnd care will bo takon to preservo intact tho interests of tho
privileged few nt tho cxpenso of the gainful Industry of tho
Tho Senate bill, however, will contain one provision which
has boon agreed upon boforo hand, and which is especially mis
chievous to tho public welfare, but which was carefully kept out
of sight In tho measure as presented In tho House, probably for
tbo snmo reason thnt tho mnn cut oh his dog's tall an Inch at a
tlmo,-so that It would't hurt so much. Thlspartof the mensuro
is thnt which provldos for keeping our national debt from being
paid otr, indefinitely, and thua making it porpotual. Without this
provision tho net would bo qulto Incomplete for tho purposes of
tbo banking trust to which tho present Administration purposes
turning overall tho financial poworf of tho government, to do
with them ns it pleases. For tho circulating medium of the
oountry is to be Issued nnd ooutrolloJ by tills trust, which Is to
havo a monopoly of It, nnd may contraot or Inflato it at will, and
thus bring on n panic whonovcr It plenses. The formor moneys
In use by the people nro sent to tho rear. Silver, the preservation
of which, us monoy of final redemption, has been promised,
pledged, voted for, nnd sworn to, by tho Republican party for a
generation past, nnd by no ono oftenor or moro oiluslvcly thnn
by Mr. MoKlnley, Is reduced to the ranks of commodities, no
bottor than mules or laboring men greenbacks, christened by
tho tears of Republican politicians as tho saviors of our cnuntry,
ns tho best, safest, and most convenient medium of exchange
over found by tho wit of man, ns, par excellence, tho monoy of tho
people, nnd In regard to which It was thought necessary to pack
the Supreme court In older to fix tholr standing ns constitutional
monoy, nro put by this Congress under tho curso which tho rebel
democrats of 1802 donounced against them, that, like Cain of
old, thoy would go forth ingibonds nnd wnndorors on tho fnco
of tho earth, not knowing that tholr redeemer llveth.
ltut, whllo tho monoy of tho people, so declared by MoKln
loy, nnd tho money of tho constitution, so fixed by judgment of
tho Supreme Court, whllo all theso are not good enough for tho
clnsi) which now monopolize tho privileges of government, nud
whllo government monoy is by this measure repudiated and dis
honored, yot by tho samonot wo nro called upon to soil bonds and
to keop on selling bonds, In order to furnish a basis for tho trust
to float Its circulation on. And this must bo kept up, mado
permanent, If tbo banking syndlcato Is to keep on running tho
ilnnncos for tho government of tho United States. Only a fow years
ago tho Republican newspapers woro const&ntly boasting how
fast tholr party was extinguishing tho national dobt. A quarter
contury since Jay Cooke was Selling bonds under a contract with
tho United States Treasury; ho ndvortlsod under tho caption:
"A Nntlonal Debt Is a Natlonnl Blessing." The Republicons of
that day vehemently donounced him for so doing. Ever slnco
drover Cleveland contracted with Wall street and Lombard
strcot to fasten n gold standnrd upon our poople,,'n,tid ever sluoo
MoKlnloy took tho Job oir Clovelnnd's handswo havo heard
nothing about paying oil tho debt, and tho bill which passeditho
Houso last wcok not only makes that dobt larger measured in
tho labor which alone can pay It, than It over was, but the Sonnto
substitute In tonus outs nwny all hopo or even pretense of extin
guishing It, nnd inakos It ft porpetunl ohorge upon tho Industry
and rosourcos of our pooplo, !1 '
Tho ndmlnlstrntlon organs, howover.i'nslst t bat 4 tho -refunding
schemo embodied In this substitute bill Is lty'tho Intorost of
economy, bocnuso it provldos for a lower rata of, .Interest on the
substituted obligations. Tho tlmo was when the Republican
party JuBtly took prldo In tho Intolllgonco of its members for tho
corrootlonof evils and tho prevention of abuses. Now tho con
trary rulo prevails, and Its ownors piosumo on tho fact thnt' tholr
followers will not Investigate proposed legislation, but will tako
whutovor Is dolod out to thom by as vonal a press as over be
trayed a constituency of rondors.
Lotus oxomluo this saving of intorost proposition n little,
Tho Sonato substltuto provides for tho buying In by tho Sooro
tary of tho Treasury of any of tho !1, 4 or C por cent bonds now
outstanding, and which may fall duo bctwoou this and 1008, in
oxchnngo for now gold bonds bearing 2 por cont Intorost nnd run
lng 110 yoars. These bonds amount to 850,000 000. Tho nverago
prosout premium upon them, nnd which tho Secretary must pay
if ho gets them, brings Ibis amount up to 050,000,000. This nddB
to tho people's burden 100,000,000 to Htart with, and' tho peoplo
must work for tho monoy with whloh to pay it. It will not fall
from tho sky, nor oun tbo pooplo mako it by gambling In Wall
Stroot and depend on tbo government to help them out if tho
dlco turn up tho wrong wnyj-poor devils! thoy havo no "pull"
excopt to earn tt.
Just horo Mr. Administration Editor begins to dilate on the
fact that by tho proposed oxohango tho Intorost Is reduced from
II, 4 and 5 por oout, to 2 per cont. Lot us look nt this, too. Tho
1 por oonts which matuio In 1007 aggregato 35!l,0 10,000, on which
enchyoar's Intorost Is 22,120,000. Tho ontlro intorest obarRO on
this sorlos of bonds, therefore, for tho time they yot havo to run,
Is $183,000,0)0. llut tho substltutod bonds, having 110 yoars to ma.
turojn, must boar, In that tlmo, a total Intorost clmrgo of $3J1,
HX),C00, thus netting a Ions to tho people, as tho price of puttlug
olf their pnjmout, of $U!),fi0,000, on this lot nlouo.
Tho loss on tbo r. per cents of 1001, will bo ,11,000,000, or
thereabouts; nnd that on tho 8 per cents foots np 105,000,000.
Here Is a loss by way of added Interest chnrgos, of 210,000,000
nnd put on top of this tho premium to bo exacted on tho pur
chaso of thasoourltlos, nbovo roferrod to, nnd which is Ultoly to
bo materially Increased by tha tlmo tho exchange Is elfooted,
nnd ns tlio holdors wo what a good thing they hao In hand, nnd
w o have n ginnd total of f.'ilO.OOO.OOO, which tho industry of tho
couutiy must cioato; let us lomombcr that it nil must boonruod,
aud earning monns walking. All tho speculation of Wall Street
ndilf. not a dollar to tho wealth, or wealth producing capnolty of
tho country, but, contrariwise, subtracts Higuly from both.
Vako prosperity, enjoyed by tho trusts nud othem who tax tho
publlo thrift, hut themselves rofufco to bear tholr Hhnre of the
publio burdens, will not carry this needlessly and wantonly Im
posed load. Wo lepeat, tho Industry and frugality of tha pro
ducing massos must r.houldcr'it, nnd stagger under It till somo
later Congress shnll pile it still higher.
And what aro tho pooplo to get In oxchnngo for It all? Why,
thoy aro thus to furnUh tbo capital for a banking trust to do
business on. This banking tiust, owning thoso long time bonds,
which tho peoplo aro now to bo denied tho poor pilvlloge of ever
pajlng, will mako the samo pooplo pay tho interest on them
twlco In each yoar. At tho samo time It can Issuo Its notes up to
tho full faco value of them, whloh notos tho pooplo nro forced to
Ubo booauiio Congress has rotlred Its own notos ns not being fit
for tho peoplo to uso. For tho money thus obtained (ho peoplo
must pny hiieh lutciestns tbo trust may beo fit to exact, It hav
ing tho powtr given to it by this bill of making monoy ohenpor
tloni.nt its will, by contracting or expanding 1U Issues without
notice to or knowledge of tho publio; Its investment is thus
like tho quality of mercy, twloo blessed onoo by making tho
produolng massos pay Intorost on bonds which aro its real capl
tal and again by compelling them to pay Intorost on whntovor
money they may ba lucky onough to borrow out of thnt issuod on
tho strength of tho snme bonds, and which bonds also tho peoplo
must finally pay,
No wonder that ono enormity of this measure was left for a
boodle-bought Senate to perpetuate. Compared with this betrayal
of tho Innocent nnd thoholpless, the conductor Judns Ihcarlot was
almost that of u Christian gentleman.
Grace M. E. Church.
Services to be Held Sun
day, January 7, 1900.
Raising Funds to Pay
Off the Debt
On Property of Main Street
Special Sermons Relative to the
Tho new Grace M. E. church will
bo dedicated Sunday, Jan. 7. Threo
services, morning, afternoon and
ovenlng, will bo hold. Dr. D. H.
Mooro of Cincinnati, will have
charge of the dedicatory services.
Ho will bo assisted by Dr. A.B.
Rikor, president of tbo Mt. Union
college. The church will be opened
to tho publio noxt Wednesday evon-
ing, when nn organ recital will bo
glvon by Prof. Charles K. Clemens rf
To Ralio fj :.
A vigorous offort Is now bolng
made to raise fuuds to nav tho In
debtedness of tho Mnlu st. M. E.
church. January 28, 1000, Is set
opart for tho dedication of the
church If pledges to moot the entire
dobt nro sejured. Rov. Dr. W. A.
Spencer of Philadelphia, Rov. Dr. J.
W. Robing, presiding elder of tho
Akron district and others, nro to as
sist In tho service.
Grace M. E. Church.
Sunday school ntOn.m.; preaching
by J. O. Smith, pnstor, ot 10:80 a.m.
and 7 p.m.; Junior Leaguo nt 2:80
p.m.; Epworth League at 6 p.m. All
nre cordially invited.
Da. m. Sundnv schnnl; in-ROn. m
holy communion; 7 p.m., prenching
service; dh& p.m., Luther League;
7il5 O.m. (ThlirfidAVl.nmvnr annrtta.
7 p.m. (Monday), annual congrega
tional meeting, tiio publio not only
welcome but cordially invited.
Main SI. Methodist.
Preaching in tho morninc bv tho
pastor. Subjeot: "Tho Lord God of
Llllnh." Tho ovonlnc unrvlnn will
he glvon to Installation of Epworth
j.ongue onicors. All cordially in
vited. Universalis! Church.
0:15, Sunday school; 10:30, subject:
"Thoughts for New Vear"; 0 p.m.,
publlo pralso and conferonoo sorvlco
by thoY.I'.O.U.; subject: "Idoala";
7 p. m., subjeot: "Do Uiilversallsts
RolloYo In Jesus Christ?" Good oho
rus music. Welcome you. During
tho coming wook there will be gospel
praise nnd pronohlng services enoli
evening oxcopt Saturday. Comol
help nnd bo helped.
"Tlio Experimental Element In
Life," will bo the subjeot of Rov. O.
J. Tannnr's morning sermon in tho
First Church of Christ. Night toplo,
Tlio outworking of Klghteousnos,"
Sunday Bjhool at 0 a.m. and C. E. at
St. Paul's Parish.
Rov. Jas. II, W. Roako, rootor,
St. Paul's churoh. 0 a.m., Sunday-
school; 10;8O a.m., full service and
sormou by the reotor; 11 p.m., even
ing prnyor and sermon. St. An
drew's chapel, 8:30 a.m. Sunday-
school; a p.m., evening prayer nnd
SI. Paul's Lutheran.
Sundnyschool, 0 a.m.; preaching,
10:80 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Luther
Loague (I p.m. Christmas cantata
Cornor of Hartgcs aud Corburn sts,,
G. II, Holningor, pastor, l'reuoblng
by tho pastor at 10:30 a.m. aud 7 p.
m. Subjects, "Fitted For Soul Sav
ing,' and "The Light of Time."
Sunday school at 0 a.m.; mission
band at 2:30 p.m. Young Peoples
meeting at (1 p.m. at which time will
be tho installation of the recently
elected ollloors for the Young Peo
ple's Alliance Pr&yor meetings
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday nnd
Friday ovenlngs .preparatory to tho
revival services. You are cordially
Young People's Alliance
The Young People's Alliance of
Calvary Evangelical church held ltt
semi - annual election of olllccrs
Thursday evening with the following
result: President, Ada Moore; vice
president, Wm. Herrold; recording
secretary, Lllllau Wilson; corre
sponding secretary, Milton Herrold;
troauurnr, Alfred Richards; chor
ister, Daisy Klndig; pianist, Ivy
Yountz. Tho installation of officers
will bo held Sunday evening at 6
Rov. E. R. Wllliard will conclude
his pastorate to-morrow, proaohlng
nt 10:80 a.m. on "Tho Growing Llfo"
and nt 7 p. m, on "Some Lessons
From Tbo Miracle at Tho Fig Tree."
Revival services will begin nt tho
United Drctheru church Sunday.
Services will contlnuo all day, com
mencing ntOn. m., closing at 11:80
p.m. with "New Year Vows."
Woodland M. E. Church,
Corner South Balch and Crosby sts.
Rev. Tho's J. Post, bastor. Sun
day school 0:15 a.m.; 8. Kilo, supt.;
Epworth Leaguo devotional sorvlco,
0 p.m.; public worship at 10:80 a. m.
and 7 p. m. At tho morning hour
Prof. Hudson will proncb and ting.
Wntoh Night servlco will commence
at 8:30 p.m. and close at midnight.
United Evangelical Mission,
Corner of Bnrlges and South Main
sts., Rev. W. S. Harpstor, pastor,
Sabbathschool nt 0 a.m., preaching
nt 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Subject for
tho morning discourse, "The Wells
of snlvatlon." Evangelistic services
in tho ovenlng. Prnyor meeting on
Friday evening. All ore welcome.
Beginning Sunday night gospol
services will be hold nt tho First M.
E. ohurch, continuing two vcoks or
longer. Tho pastor will preaoh Sun
day and Monday evenings. Tues
day and thereafter Hho Rov. H. E.
Frohock, D. D., of Penn Yan, N. Y.,
will conduct the works Tho publlo
Is cordially Invited.
Trinity Lutheran, Dec. St. Luth
er League meeting nt Gitf p.m.,
Clark Albright, leador. Toplo,
"Abraham; or Faith." Miss Laura
Isonman will sing. All aro invited.
All will bo welcome. Gon. XII 1-1,
First M. E.
On.m., Sunday school, W. A. Up
hain, superintendent: 10:30 n.m pub
lic worship and sermon by tho pns
tor, "Renewal, Natural and Super
natural;" 3 p. in., Junior Loague
meeting; 0 p.m., Epworth Leaguo
meeting; 7 p.m., sermon by tho pas
tog, "A King, a Temple and a Revo
lution" At tho evening servloo
Miss Mlnnlo Henneborger will ren
der, ns a prelude, "Evening Stnr,"
Wagnor; "Caprice," Lemaigro and
First Prosbyiorlan Church,
Rev. L. A. Ltndemutb, pastor, morn
ing subject, "The Time Element in
Llfo," Evening theme, "Beautiful
Old Age." Sabbath sohoolat0:16 a.
O.K. nt 0 p.m. Boats freo. Allwd-
Central Presbyterian Church.
East State near ,Main st. Rev.
John Herron, pastor. Sunday school
0:15; O.E. 0. Publlo worship 10:E0
nnd 7 p.m.
Wabash Avonuo Church.
On Sunday morning tho pastor
will preach on "Christ's Part In
Salvation." In the evening, "Man's
Part In Salvntloii."
Morning servlco 10:30, Rov. Rob
ert Young of Pittsburg, will preach.
Evening sorvlco 7, Prof. Orth of
Buchtol college will speak on "What
Science Says About tlio Soul."
At the Grand.
Miss May Flsko, the wiusoino
Kitty Starlight of tho Dazzlor, who
will bo seen at the Grand on Mon
day, Jan. 1, Matinee and ovenlng
is this yoar singing better than
ovor. Always n charming singer,
and with a votco rcmarkablo for its
strongth and carrying qualities, she
seems this season to bo fairly out
doing horself In her musical num
bers. Her charactorlzatlon 'of tho
part of tho London concert hall
singer is light nnd dainty, with de
licious bits of comedy here nnd
thqro, which sorve ns a lino back
ground for tho broader work ot the
nnEOHAM's I'lLLS No onunl for Conitl.
Next Time You Go to New York
Try tbo now C.A.&O. Pennsylvania
lines train, leaving Akron 2:27 p.m.,
daily, reaoning I'lttsourgn ohu p.m.,
t'liuaiieipuin :a a.m., ana is aw
York 7:30. Pullman sleopor, Hud
son to Now York without change,
suppor served in diner leaving Pitts
tmigli. For full Information, sleep
ing car space, otc, call on C. D. Ho
nndle, tlckot agent, Union btatlon,
Xlchlnd the Cnutor,
Qulnu Which la tho swiftest ani
mal? Da Fontc Well, Pvo heard of an ele
phant making a mile a minute,
Qulnn Preposterous! Where was
this wonderful elephant?
Do route On a circus train, Chica
KJc.lntc unit IIutKliir Take Time.
It'o all very well for you nnd Nellie
aud Umsle to ualte In millions of liusa
and kincs, but pleneq consider tbe
time It would occupj jour pier oM
very bury .mclo. Try liupglne aud
Mining Kmsle for a ro'.nutc by tho
watch, and 1 don't think' jou'U man
aco It more tbnu 12 hours n day. Let
ter olf Lewis Carroll.
IVI. WKIN, Prop.
1T0.U4 SeoUi Mln strict,
"eadtuarttri roc C crime Lauity-ctrvcrehi.
sicsUe acA Ixujortc4 Wines, ISjaors ami
Catarrh Cannot bi Cured
with LOOAI, APPLICATIONS, as tliny cftn.
net roncli the tent ot the (llimo. Oatnrrli
ln blood or onnitttutiounl diMiuc, and In
ordr to oiim It yoii mutt inko InMrnal
remedies, ualit Ciusrrh Cure u taken
Intornally, nmlnnM directly on tho blood
nnd inucoiu urrncc. linn's Cntnrrh Cure
Is not AquneklnccUclno. Iikki uraiorlbed
by onttor thuhest ntoslclnnsln this ooun
try for yciirs. unil l n rcinilnr urnicrlpllon
It It Otiltinn.ltl nfttin lin.t. t,lf.i bnnivi.
combined with tlio bust blood iiurir.srs, not-
iHniuiotiiy on uiu mucous surincts. inn
Horrent rnmhtnnttni, nrtl.a.un iitiiMhll.nl.
Is whnt nroiluron such wondorful rosulis In
curlin; Cntnrrh. Hnnd for testimonials, true
r. .i. uin.nr, x , i;u rrons., loiedo, o,
'rt, by druKsHts, prlco 75o.
ill's Family rills nro tho bost.
Danclntr New Years' afternoon
and evening at Militant Dancing
Sunday, Dec. 31,
Market House Hall
Under tho auspices of the
Tickets .... 25c per person
Each ticket entitles tha holder to n.
Givon undor tho auspices of the
Akron Milltaer Verein
Sunday Evening, Dec. 31
Two one-act plays entitled "In
fantry and Cavalry" aud "Zwelorloi
Tucli," will bo given.
Hot wino punch will be tcrved
from 11 to 12 o'clock.
Dancing will bogln at 12 o'clock.
Admission, . . 25c per person
Drs. L. G. and J. M. Thorp
Havo oponed a new
In tholr new block,
Corner Market an.1 Summit streets
OVIS CLARKE'S GPOCZKY.
GEORGE C. IIUGILL has oponed a
coal olllco at 025 East Mill st-', (old
stand of T. W. McCuo), and sollolts
tho trade of all his friends and
former patrons. Estimates, on all
kinds of stono work cheerfully given.
Jobbing promptly done. Telephone
SPECIAL ASDOUltCEMEHT FOR THE
YOU RUN K0 OUNCES
Of getting nnythlng but tho
Best Made Bread, Cakes
Of nil kinds when you give us
The South Main St. Bakery
Has but ono grade nnd there's no
better goods baked In Akron.
Wo usk you to try our home
mndo bread, white and ryo broad,
fresh overy day.
Cakes, rolls, pies and dough
nuts, the best in the city.
Now England Bread every
Wednesday and Saturdnv. It Is
conceded this is the BEST BREAD
made in tbo olty.
All Telephone Orders Promptly
Delivered. Give Us a Trial.
Kubler & Beck Block
500 S. Main st. Tel. t8S
Tbat is pleasing.
Wo nvo using our burner
in it Qnrlnnd Hnrigo, doing
nil cooking nnd baking in n
porfoct nuinncr, with kss
expense thnn conl eosv, and
think of tlio coiivonitmco
Our btirueiii pvnyo all
right, and it. might benefit
you to investigate.
Gas Logs, Asbestos
Aud all gas appliances.
THE BEST GAS HEATING
A largo, splendid
Kev Gas Range for Sale
10 per cont off.
Mantels aud Grates at a
bargain to closu out thi3
your's stock. Wo aim to
keep tho very bost goods
mado at lowest pricos,
L. D. Ewing
119-121 Klrkwooa st.
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