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AKBON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1800
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V I !; The Weather Snuday
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. I To the People of Akron i
! and Vicinity i
We Wish You !j
If ; One and All
A Happy and
I Prosperous !j
And beg to thank you
your kind patronago for
year 1809, upon which
closo our STORK DOORS
"Wo shall rconcn thoni
BUSINESS on TUESDAY
MORNING, intho YEAItlDOO.
Ab you aio voll awaro that
tho BOSTON STOKE has nov
or put such a varioty ol DIIY
GOODS at such low PIUOES
boforo you over sinco it was in
"With tho coming of tho year
1000 wo shall still utili!0 ovory
facility to accommodate you
Popular Dry Goods
at Popular Prices
Again soliciting jour pat
ronage nnd wishing 3011 it
Happy Now cat, wo ii'ii.niii,
160-152 South Howard Si,
To lio without a cent In your
pooket mill go without ninny of tliu
comforts of life, or fo lnivo money
and 1:0 1 tho comforts unit hoiiiu of
WHICH WOULD YOU?
Wo hno inonoy nnd It will ho
como yours If 011 hnvo tiny socurl
ties to oiler.
Wo loan It from 15 00 to $500 00 on
Furnltuio, l'lnnos, Olllcc, Hloro mid
Saloon Fixtures, Horses, Wagons,
Merchandise, Diamonds, Watches,
Mfo Inaurntico 1'ollclos uml mi nil
oilier good securities
AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE.
All Roods loft In your possession;
nxtra tlmo In caso of slokunss, death
or loss of employment. If you can
not call nrlln or tolephonn No, Vtu
and wo will bond our ropresontnttvo
with money. All transactions pri
vate' I03 SI. Howard St.
Two doors north of Hill street.
New Year's Day
fl Matinee 2 to 5
I Cake Walk anJ Dance, rvcnlns".
Livery, Boarding, Peed ana Sale
Oor IV! Ill and Hl,h Elto.
riRST-CLASS SEHVICU In rry Itcspcct
Phone 3?2. E. W. Cubblsun, Prop.
At Turner Hall
Turners and friends nr Un Ited to
Wttitro niiiklni litllor-iiuidHiioKn.
ft ipecutty. Al.o -piuodol lAikHt.
tioua work nnu iicrfict St uutiniii
tfttd. radios aruinvltM to lull iimt
tu CBtlgato cjo r u orlc
,. ,, JDWABD k HAEM0H.
)23 H, Ho word, our ItelU iuou aloro.
Danclm: New Years' nftonmnn
ind ovenlng at Militant Dancing
t 2 Wo shall rcoiion tliom for
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IS ' ' b
I Which Would
Trebled In Value.
Was Given Plaintiff 21
Mortgaged Property Was
Vill of Frank Hunter
Amended Petition In Divorce Case
Court House News.
An order of distribution was fllod
In Common l'lens court Friday In
tho caso of W. 13. RusboII vs C. S.
BThe plaintiff wns given judgment
21 years ago for I1UI.59. Sinco thnt
tlmo tho enso 1ms been drugging
along In tho Circuit nnd Supremo
courts. Tho original Judgment hns
almost trebled during this tlmo. Tho
court costs amount to $207.32.
Tho proporty on which the plain
tiff held a mortgage originally sold
for 007.50. This wns on Doc. 27, 1879.
Ono wook ago It wns sold by Sheriff
Kelly for 11,002 50. Tho house Is
now almost a wreck. Of tho money,
from tho snlo, tho plaintiff will ro
oolvo $781 09. 'Ihobalanco goes to
An amended petition hns boon
flloa In the divorce ense of Lulu vs.
tioorgo Itelohnrdt. Tho plaintiff
iisks to bo restored to her mnldon
unma of Prior.
Motlcn lo Dismiss.
Tho defendant In tho ense of Chas
I". Scliutt vs. linker, MoMUlon &
Company, hns filed a motion to die
miss tho action. It is allogod the
plaintiff has failed to comply with
tho court's ouler to give soourlty for
Tho will of Frank II. Thompson
has been led. Ho loaves tho family
homo at 121 Ilrown st. to his wlfo
for life. If she romarrlos It is to bo
turned over to Ills children, Max and
Mnliol. His stepdaughter, Sarah O.
Mack, is glvon $500. Tho snmo
amount Is given to his son, To his
Bister, Sarah Anna Thompson, ho
gives his interest In a farm In Or
ange county, N. Y. Tho bnlauco of
tho ostnto goes to his daughter Ma
bel. T. O, l'arks lo named ns oxoou-
tor, nmlHonry H. Rugg ns guardliin
of Mabel Thompson.
Hnrnot Iliutzbiirg, Akron 53
Josephine Wolss, Akron in
Fro I V.VInll.Wllloughy 40
lUliol Jj. Qrlsto, Twliihburg 29
Ohns. Hiirton and Ilortha Mnlor
pliadnd "not guilty" In l'olloo court
Biturday morning, to a charge of
disorderly conduct. Hearing sot for
lohn Lula, intoxication, $2 nnd
John Kelly and John O'Donnoll,
Intoxication, Continual to Jnn 1.
Columbus, Deo. !!0 (Hpoclal) Tho
Ilnbliisnn Merrill 1'ottory company
of Akron tiled articles of Incorpora
tion with tho Socrotnry of Stato to
day. Tho cnpltal stock Is JWXl.OOO,
It Is gonornlly boIlo oil that tho in
corporation wilt eirtctunlly provont
the formation of tho pottery trust.
To Cure a Cold In Ono Day
Take Laxative Ilrotno (Jiilnlini rab-
in, nil uniKgisiH rniunil tho
money If It falls to euro. 13, v.
uiuyu n Digiuiiuro is on onen oox DC.
A New Train For Now Yolk.
Tho train leaving Union station,
Akron, dully at 2:J7 p.m. laO.,A.
A. 0,, l'ennsylvnnln lines, arriving at
I'lttsburg 5:10 p.m. and Now York
7:50 am, next morning. Pullman's
best sloeporB Hudson to Now York
without Chang. Buppor serod In
dining enr leaving I'lltslmig, For
slnsplng cur reservations, tlokots and
inn iniormntion can on (J, J),
Honodle, tiokotngnnt.Unlon station,
"I had a running, Itching soro on
my leg. SuIIered tortures. Donn's
wiuimeni iook away tliDDurnliigand
itching instantly, and mili.kiv r.
fected permanent mint." U. W. Len-
nuri, jowiiiig uroun, u.
Dancing Nqw Years' nftornoon
and evening at Militant Danolug
P IR. HI-
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Dry Goods Store in
AT OUR STORE
It will lio nn oppor
tunity to buy Dry
Goods cheaper than
you may over liavo
a chanco to again.
Tho advances in pri
ces of all classes of
Dry Goods havo beon
vory great in tho last
Wo bought vory
largo quantities boforo,
advances and reduc
tions will bo rando
durinir our Rnln from
old bottom prices, and 3
in many cases loss f
than prosont prices 4
HUIll HIO lltUtUl'lUH. ? I
in dollars ana conts
it would bo mora pro- iv
fitablo to havo tho
goods on tho sholvos y
in many i-asos than f
tho prices thoy will bo a
sold at, but wo boliovo &
our patrons and tho "(
buying public appro- J
cinto these bargain po- M
riods of our oareor.
If so, wo will bo glad
to give thorn, rogard
lcss of market condi
tions. Reductions will be
Decisive in Every m
of the Store fj
nress Hnndc. cttirc ??1
Cloaks, Suits. Furs. j
Housekeepers' Linens, m
Underwear, Hosiery, 32
Bedding, Rugs, Cur- i?1
tains, Cottons, Prints, a
rsotions, Gloves, mit
Ribbons, etc., etc.
EJSSTAll goods will
bo sold for ensh.
None sont out on ap
proval during this
P. S. Salo begins
Tuosday, .Ian. 2d.
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Tho County Board of Elections, at
a special meeting today, authorized
Cuyahoga Falls to vote on a propo
sition to issue $50,000 bonds for
water works purposes. Tho election
will bo held Jan. 27.
James Nelson, wantod in Living
ston county, N. Y., on a charge of
horse Btoallng, was taken thoro to
Six coal houses on East Markot
st., noar Caso ar., wero entered by
thieves Friday night.
Kauffraann Bros. Is tho firm namo
of a new drug storo to bo opened In
tho Christy block, corner Main and
Howard Bts., Jnn. 15. Al. G. Knufl
mann of Akron and Win. J. Kaufl-
mann of Cleveland arc- tho propri
Tho First Church of Christ will
hold Its annual congrogntlonal meet
ing Monday night. An added featuro
will be the reception to new mem
bers, Refreshments will be served.
The Walsh Bros, paper mill at the
Falls is running night and day.
Supt. Blen says the new Booster
generator, of 200 kllowat power,
which will distribute power equally
over tho ontiro line, will bo In oper
ation on tho Walsh lino by Jnu. 15.
At this time the Uarberton running
sehedulo will be roducod to 80
The following sehedulo will be ob
served at the postoulce, Monday,
January 1, 1000: Tho carriers will
malto ono delivery ovor the morning
district only, leaving tho ofllco at 7
uud 7:B0 a.m. Tho olllce will bo
closed at 10:30 a.m. for the day. All
afternoon and evening malls will be
closod at 4 p.m. No money ordar
buslnoss will bo transacted.
Prof. N. L. Glqver of this olty do
llvored an address on "The Normal
School, Its Relation to Grade Music"
at tho'annual mooting of the Ohio
Stato Muslo Tonchors association in
Columbus. Ho was appointed
chairman of the committee to preparo
a history ot the organization,
Judgo ShauokOof t tho Suprome
court has allowed a temporary in
junction in tho caso of Oil to ex rel
Attorney Goneral Monnott s. Cincin
nati & Hamilton Electric Street
Tho proporty of tho Copley Gar
den company, consisting of 100 acres
of land, east of Copley Centor, lias
been sold to W. II. Wright.
The County Comralssionets will
glvo $800 toward tho cost of the O.
& V, ovor bond bridgo at Macedonia.
Special New Year's sorvices will
bo held at St. Paul's Episcopal
church at 11 o'clock Sunday night.
N. Monsarrat was eleotod Trosl-
dent of tho Knnawa'i Michigan II.
Clovoland authorities ordorcd lios-
co, tho snnko eater, to leavo the city
tho B, A. O, will not mako any
changes In tho local force of tho C.
Tho Union Charity association wil
hold a quarterly meeting at 2:30
o'clock Tuesday afternoon In tho W.
C. T. U. parlors. Bepiesontatlves
of tho dltrorunl churobos aro request
ed to bo prosont.
Poor Dlroctor Kendall rccolvod a
valuable donation from Dagno Bros,
&Co., Saturday. It was in the na
ture of a dozon or more women's
cloaks with an Invoiced value of
$100. Fred E. Stnlth( of tho Second
National bank, has donated flvotons
Bov. Robert Young of Pittsburg
will spend Now. Year's with hs
father, ex-Commlsslonor Henry
llev. W. S. Hnrpster roturnod to
day from Mlllcrsport, Fairfield
county, where he ofllclated at the
marriage of Itev. H. B. Sumnors, of
Fludlay, nnd Miss Ina Hausberger,
Only ono store room In tbo new
Walsh block remains untenanted. S.
A, Heor, of Portsmouth, O., baa just
leased the two Bouth store rooms and
goods store. Tho two roomB will be
rom Cleveland, has leased the suite
(rooms formerly occupied ns Repub
Tho Erie lino has made trafllo ar
rangements with B. O. nnd C. L.&
W. for Cincinnati business from
Tho members of Buckley Post G.
A. R. and tho W. R. C. will bo tho
guests of Memorial Post, Cleveland,
Miss Colin R. Mallison, of 207
Woostor avo., entortainod at her
home Friday ovonlng. The party
was In honor of Miss Malison's
guest, Miss Myrtle Fraser,of Woos-
ter, Tho evening was pleasantly
passed with games. Refreshments
Akron pooplo at Cleveland hotels
Thursday wero: P. W. Leavlttand
wlfo, Fred O. Cobb nnd wife, Hollen
den; D. 1). Breckenrldge, L. E. Bell-
stoln, Colonial; Charles J. Haren,
F. A. Doran, Weddell; F. L. Brown
and wife, H. M. Hagolbarger, F. E.
Wells, Mark A. Replogel and wife,
Forest Cltyj A. A. Browster, Amer
ican. " ' " Dolnn It lr llalvei.
"My wlfo went west tho other day to
Irislt her sister who Ues lu California,"
said Brown with a smile. "1 was un
able to no with her on account of being
detained hero on a matter of business
tUat needed my attention; so I went
with her as far ns Chicago, saw her
safely on an ocrlnnd train nnd then
camo buck. But beforo I left her I
looked up the porter and gao huh half
of a If 5 bill that I had torn In two, say
ing that my wlfo had the other half
nnd that he would get that at tho end
of the Journey If he would seo that she
needed for nothing on tho trip "
Tho potUr's ejes stuck out, and ho
faithfully promised that my wlfo
would recche tho best of care; so I
camo away feeling that slio would not
lack for anything.
"When I teturued homo I discovered
to ray horror that I had neglected to
Bho my wife the other half of tho bill.
Today I rocched a letter from her re
minding rno of that fact and saving
that she had torn a dollar bill in two
nnd given It to tho porter.
"Somewhere along the lino there
must be a wild cyod darky with the
hah cs of two worthless bills In his
possession and a Arm conviction that
he has been worked by some sort of a
now flimflam game.
"I am very anxious to have my wlfo
return so I can flnil out from her what
sort of reasoning she used when she
gao that porter n hnlf Instead of tho
wholo of that $1 bibV'-Detrolt Free
Clmnnril !Ir Hind Ton.
A young couplo In n Lnncashlro II
Ingo had been courting for several
yenrs. The young man ono day said to
"Sail, I ennna mai r thee."
"How's thnt?" asked she
"To changed my mind," said ht.
"Well, I'll tell j on whnt wo'll do,"
said she. "If folk know that It's yieo
as hns ghen mo up, 1 si anna ho able
to get another chap, but If they think
that I'vo ghen you up then I can got
another chap. So we'll lmo banns
published, nnd when tho wedding day
conies the parson will say to thee,
Wilt thou havo this woman to ho thy
wedded wlfo?' and tlia must say, 'I
will' Aud when ho siys to me, 'Wilt
thou have this mnn to bu thy wedded
husband?' I shall sny, 'I winna.''"
Tho day ciime, nnd when tho minister
said, "Wilt thou hao this woman to he
thy wedded wife?" tho man answered:
"I will "
Then the parson said to tho woman:'
"Wilt thou have this man to bo thy
weddod husband?" And she said:
"Why," said the young man furious
ly, "you said you would say, 'I win-
I know that," snld the young wom
an, "but rvc changed my mind sluco."
Loudon Answ era.
S. & Gs Specials
For week eniHnp: Saturday. January
Happy New Year to All.
15,000 bars of Lenox soap placed on
sale, 11 bars for 2oo, or $2.75 per box.
4 lbs S. & G.'s Cereal Co (Too for
25c. (Our own roasting.)
U lbs frosh Rolled Oats for 23c.
(Fresh from tho mill.
i) boxes H. b II. Mozannl Macaroni
Our Aim for 1900
To Make Our
Specials More In
teresting than Ever
To mako 1000 our banner year.
To deserve your trade.
To oorreot In any point where we
fall, Wo Invite critlolsm.
To Increase our postal card trade.
Addressed postal cards free for the
asking at our Btoro.
I MM TEA STORE.
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N.B. Just received, flaked beans,
ICUB OUU HVt 1WU lVt UUAi
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTLD-A woman or
lUml I.aumlr , lot Lod. ,t.
girl at Tim
nniOIITYOUNO WOMAN, bIoub In tho
nrld, Just lnturltnri tu.ono In property,
vaiiU hustiand'i aftectlon and adlre.
"Joito May," Cottage Uro u a e., "The Orl
tot ill," Chicago, III. J18-"
Mirk. Mra, I, Jtbult, :
llrl for Ronbrat liouic
II I'rrklin It. Jld-jaj
FOR RBKT-At S3 Houtll CollPKa at.. (lie
or more rooms.- furnished or urXurnUhfHl.
limb room. I'uruaco, ductile llghis, eto,
r --'--Tiiimii maifliaiaMa
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ROM YOU wo havo enjoyed a liberal
trado this past season, nnd from all re
ports and by tho many compliments
received we are confidents wo have
sorved you well, Avhich is always our
aim and intention. v... Wo still'havo a large stock
to select from, at'prices which wo havo reduced suffi
ciently 'to make it an object to you to place your or
der with us at onco. By maintaining our elegant fit
and workmanship, combined with fine qualities, wo
trust to further our acquaintance and increase our
patronago, which will result in mutual benefit.
Wishing you ono and all a Happy Now Year, I
am, Yours truly,
1715 S. Howai d St.
CASH CLEARANCE SALE
OP F -
Joinning with Tuesday, .Tnn. 2d, 1000, and i
continuing six weeks, we will sell flno Tailor-Mnde I
Garments nt SO p2r oont. from J
Out-form or prloas. Our stock of
FANCY SUITINGS is still large and selection pood.
Wo are doing tlio best tailoring ovor dona in Akron,
which niakos this an opportunity never offered be- 5
fore. Qomo in nnd lot us proo that wo do as wo
120 S. Howard st., Akron, 0.
P.S. During this salo wo will offer 100 $8.00
pauts at $0.00 Spot cash.
From Today Until Jan. 1, 1900
... At Special Reductions . , .
Full Line of Neckwear and a
Bl Stock of Underwear. . . .
ThoHAHGAIN 1'IiICES wo nre offering this week are posi
tively tho lowest wo hau ever offered. Remember those Special
l'rioes begin today and continue up to January 1.
John wishes you all tho compliments of the season, thanking you
for your liberal patronage in tho past.
Big 134 Clothing House
A Happy New Year to All
Every Uousokeoper Can Save Timo and Money by Using
EZfloo-fcrio Grip Soap
For the laundry it has no equal
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SOLI) BY ALL GROCERS.
PLACE YOUR WANTADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT.
aa an a
We are still making HOLIDAY CANDY for
you. Home-made canity from
10c a lb. up to 50c a lb. N
We put up Fruit Baskets to order.
Frultsand Nuts at LOWEST PRICES.
Give us your wholesale orders for Fruit
at once so wc will be able to supply you.
N. LASKARIS CO.
Phono 289. 102 South Howard St.,
& 552 S. Howard St., op. city building
Begin the New Year rleht.
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will open a clothing; and furnishing
.A& i ..it a . jSxnKffih
V&fctto&kj.'w&iBii gal m.