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VOLUME NINE. NUMBER
AKRON. OHIO. TUESDAY, EVENING NOVEMBER 6. 90)
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Instead of Ballots
Come Thick and Fast.
Riots and Bloodshed
In Many Places.
Four Men Shot In Den
No Trouble Reported In
New York City.
Indiana Politicians and Papers
Are Charging Fraud.
Editor Hearst Predictsa Bryan
Going on In
Now York, Nov. G (Spl.)-Af ter tho
receipt of Gov. Roosevelt's warning
that he would hold the Mayor respon
sible if any trouble occurred at the
polls through Chief Dovery's order for
the police not to help Superintendent
of Elections McCullagh, Mayor Van
Vyck hastened, to make Chief Devery
rescind the, objectionable -order. '-"An-
"' iT'"IKhJ.'V5 -Vln- Au ttO.V'4
other, order was'Tssucd "byD(!VCTj;or
derlng the police to ossfst McCullagh.
More Than Half Had
Voted by Noon.
No Trouble Reported by
Weather Conditions Perfect For
Brazil. Ind, Nov. .. Tlieio was a
big political row today .at Diamond.
Over 200 shots were flrcd. Ono man
was instantly killed and tluee badly
Shooting' at Denver.
Denver, Col., Nov. 6 (Spl) Two
men killed and four wounded at tho
polling place, corner of 22nd and Lari
mer streets this morning. A crowd of
roughs, principally colored men, at
tempted to get beyond the limit line.
Policeman Carpenter order them away
and with other officers began to push
the men back. .Tohn Bradford, colored,
shot Carpenter, killing him instantly.
Dotectivo Garbery shot Bradford. Im
mediately a fusillade began and befoio
th battle was over four more men had
been shot. Tho dead and injured aio
Officer Carpenter, white, and John
Bradford, coloied, Instantly killed.
Stuart Harvey, white; Richard Ilard-
inan, Deputy Sheriff Charles Gieeu
and ShoiiEely Hamllton.colored.wound
ed. There is Intense excitement. Tho
rollce aie now on guard.
UNCLE'S QUITE BADLY PUZZLED.
Uncle Sam "Those boys of mine seem to be pretty well matched,
tho next four years, It doesn't matter who wins out."
But I'm goin' to whoop things up for
flno weather and a heavy vote. The
Republicans claim It "Is Republican
weather, but tho Democrats say their
vote is coming out well, too, and that
o considerable votq is coming their
way this year- "
Money For His Vote"
Cincinnati, O,, Nov., 0 (Spl.)-Tho
heaviest early ,ote in years wae
polled hero this morning. In some of
tho h'lltop precincts more, than half the
vote was In at 0 o'clock, 'In the 18th
ward a voter dcenoslied his ballot and
after It was in tho box held up an
order for $3, signed by Lew Kraft,
a lieutenant of Geo. B. Cox, and asked:
"Do I get my monoy hero?" Hq was
allowed to walk out unmolested.
Cast His Ballot Early Vote
Canton, O., Nov. 0. (Spl.) President
McKInley walked to "tho polls this
morning and deposited his ballot at
0:20. But 31 votes In hs precinct had
been cast when ho voted.
tilcts by 80,000. Chairman Burke of
the Democratic county committee gives
the county to Alschuler, tho Democrat
ic nominee for governor, by 80,000 and
n fi n r.
Largest Exclusive Dry
Goods Storo in Akron.
See Us For
th,e state chairman gives Alschuler the
state by 40,000. J
k, Debs' Prediction.
Terrc Haute, Nor. OJJSpl.) Eugene
V. Debs said jesterduy afternoon to
(Continued on eighth page.)
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T. K. AlBAUGH, Manager..
Canton, O., Nov. 0, (Spl.)i-Tho vote
in this city Is perhaps the heaviest
over polled in tho history of Canton.
At noon a majority of tho vote had
Col. Bryan Believes He Will Carry
Liucoln, Neb., Nov. C (Siil.)-Col.
Bryan closed tho campaign at Omaha
at midnight He is more hopeful this
morning of Nebraska than any other
fiercely contested stnte, but ho will
lose his own precinct as in '00. Bryan
is watching' Now York and Ohio close
ly. Ho expects Oroker to turn the trick
for him in New York and that Mayor
Jones will do tho sarao In Ohio.
Both Committees Claim the County
by 25,000 or More.
Chicago, Nov. 0. (Spl.) Prom Indi
cations a heavy vote will bo cast in this
city today. Long bpforo the hour set
for the polls to open, lines of voters
waited to cast their ballots. In many
of the, piecincta more thnp two thirds
tho total vote is expected to be in by
noon. Tho weather, whllo cloudy,
was favorable, and ty the working
men's districts, was responsible for
the heavy outpouring of, voters.
Both Republicans and Democrat?)
havo taken every precaution to pievcnt
fraud. Over 1,000 wiants have been
nlaecnl In tho hands of Chief of Detee.
Landslide For Br an. tlvc9 ColIeian ,0 b , tod fn
Chicago. Nov. 0.-r(Spl.)-W. R. P!ln cm tain mnn wIiobp nfimrj, nrn nn
Hearst, president of tho National As- tue wnuants' attempt to vote. The
fcodation of Dcmocratlo Clubs, soya 'shoi iff has a larrns force of demitles
155-157 S. Howard st.
You Golngr to Celebrate
We Are Drumming
It costs lots to learn liow, but
we charge it to expenses, not
to you. An object lesson,
3 Aro suio wakcrs and quick sollors.
dispatches ho has already received
from all over tho country indicate n
landslide for Bryan.
Columbus. O., No,. 0 (Spl,) ftp
ports from all over Iho state show
sworn In to prevent disorder, apd in ' 4
cases whero the police refuso to act
tho deputy sheriffs 'will be called in.
Claims aro inado by Chairman Rowo,
of the Republican Snto committee that
.ludge Yates will carry Ooqk county by
25,000 plurality .and, the county dls-
J. P. Hale
154 South Main St
'Full of Sparkling Catcby Music
A Capable Company of 8lngtrt
Jas. Flee, Harry BondLoy Qulnten
and Almora Hallen.
Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, T5c
A special vaudeville performance will
bo given after tho regular performance
in which 10 SPECIAL ACTS will be
given and between1 acts the returns
from the election will bo read from
tho stage as received by special wire.
Tho price of admission of tho late
show , ill bo 25 cents to nil parts of tho
We have some
if you are
a prospective '
buyer of any
thing: in that
line, this fall.
We would take
you the goods,
are a buyer
124-126 S. Howard St.
Both Sides Claim That Victory Is In
The largest vote in the history of
the city is being cast at the polls to
day. As early as 5-30 the registered voters
had began congregating around the
booths. It was a remarkable feature
that so many ballots were cast bpforo
7:30 o'clock. It was evident that tho
citizens had paid heed to the caution
against delaying tho hour of their
In precincts A of the- Soventh waid
and O of the Flist, the two largest in
tho city, there were fifty or more
voters waiting for the opening of the
booth. In C of the First, SO votes
wero'cast in an hour and 20 minutes.
Many men were in line for an hour
waiting for an opportunity to cast a
ballot for their several candidates.
Both of the political parties havo pro-
vided each precinct with .carriages in I
nhich-to convey the voters "to tho
pqlis but for the gieatefpart-'of tho
drfy tho rigs have been 'standing
idle, owing to the fact that the voters
are coming' out of their own accord.
It may be doubted if there has ever
been an election day that has caused
tho old time politicians to do so much
guessing as that of today. The poli
ticians who havo always been tho
knowing ones in the past aro, standing
about the streets today watching the
voters pass by on their way to the
polls. They pan no more than: guess-
at the result. The returns tonight wilt
Indicate wblcb side has guessed right
Reports from the varlons precincts
Indicate that there has been a great
There is An Advantage of Choice
in Making An Early Selection.
Our entfire first floor is devoted to gentlemen's
Suits and Overcoats, making the greatest exhibit
in the State. w S 5 Unlike tho other cloth
ing houses in Akron we make a specialty of the
very finest Suits and Overcoats manufactured.
Th'e display includes all the new fads and fancies
and in every case we guarantee the most perfect
fit, best material and lowest price. They aro equal
in every way to the choicest custom tailor work.
Our prices range from
So to S25
Hamilton Building. ;
'Vii'fc, Our Stores
(Continued on third page.)
NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Is attracting crowds of people. We offer the
latest Parisian effects in
At -popular prices. .Experienced
trimmers will attend to all special orders
Our Cloak and Suit Department
Is filled with the latest Eastern novelties.
The Upham-Brouse Co.
Challenged a Vote.
It was reported tbls mornlqg that
a man who had voted at the special
election in Clinton last Saturday was
a reglsterwl 4voter of Akron and that
he would attempt to vote in this city
today. Parties were at tho booth
prepared to challenge his vote.
Complete and accurate election returns will w
;L bo bulletined on an immonse sheet in front of tho W
rjj Democrat office tonight. (J)
to In additioiLto tho Democrat's regular telograph i)
.-!' service arrangements havo been made to got special J?J
fjj( returns from tho city, county, state and nation over ft
to a special leased wire at, the earliest possible mo- Vfti
menfc. These returns will be bulletined as re- My
to ceived without political bias. j)
to Oome earlv and stav late, for wo promise vou w
to . . .. i
fg a wuuu.
$ A number of entertaining lantern slidos will
to be shown in addition to tho roturns, and Mr.
h Brown, tho Democrat's cartoonist, will be on hand iy
(1) to entertain the crowd with some interesting (1
jj sketches. . jjj
All Akron oitizens aro invited to bo the Dem- ft
to oorat's guests tonight. They will recoivo tho news 0
J without prejudice'. "'' ' $'
On Temperance People.
A little woman out in Tower Hill,
111., takes a fall out of the temperance
people fn a letter containing- tho fol
low filg! "It is umusiug to bee borne
staunch teuipciunee people who would
as soon be caught stealing a horse as
to bo soon going into a saloon, that nte
tied clown, haul and fast to their cof
fee cups as much as nn old -whisky sor,
is to his morning diam. They gio
the samo excuse thnt the old hot does,
they net the samo v.ny, the habit In
just as fixed. Their dram does not as
quickly Intoxicate, but Its ste.uly use
just as suiely bleaks down tho ner
vous system and ruins them phj slcnlly
and mentally, setting up fonns fixed
form of chioulc disease.
"Consistency, thou 01 1 a Jen el, just
as much today, as of old. Either break
away fiom your slu cry, tea, colfee,
or any other pernicious habit you may
have, or quit preaching to otheis, C
know what I am talking about, for I
was a coffee slave for a time and tan
speak truthfully of Its effects. It al
most ruined my neivous system, caus
ed constipation, headaches and sleep,
lessness. I suppose If I had drank
enough at one time to mako mo en
tlrely drunk, I might hap felt easier.
"Finally tho stuff began to cause
coughing after my meals; then I con
cluded to part company with thy de
mon, and at once, upon the advice of
somo friends, took up Postum Food
Coffee. The change was marvelous. I
passed from nn lualld to a healthy
person, in a very short time. I had
quit a drug and taken up a strong,
powerful, nourishing food in liquid
form, and owe my puwnt health trt
Postum Food Coffee." Nnmo will bn
furnished bj Pohtuni Cereal 0., Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich,
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