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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. V JiJJDJS JJJSDAX, STOTHiUBJClI T nroo
"THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
THIS AKItON DEMOCRAT CO.
EBW. 8. HARTER FRED W. GAYER
Editors and Managers.
ED. II. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dept.
CHAS. A. MAltVW....Nows Editor
Entered nt the tostotllco at Akron, O ,
as h.ond-c!ass mall matter.
OFFJOEHS AND DIUBOTOltS:
President JAMES V. WELSF1
Vice President a. T. VAIQE
gecrenry FRED W. QAYEt
Treasurer M. W. HOYlfl
Bdw. S. Barter.. ..Dr. 0. W. Alllllkln
Ed. H. De Li Court.
Democrat Block, Kos. 135 and 137
S. Main street.
Telephone No. 18.
New York, 230-231 Temple Court.
Chicago, Ills., 317-318 U. S. ExproM
Building, E. Katz. mnnneor.
Delivered every evening by carrier boy,
6 CENTS A WEEK.
By mall ?3C0. .. $1.50 for six month
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON.
TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1000.
Bo a good loser.
Maryland, My Maryland.
It's mostly all over but tho shout
ing. Tho Democrats aro going to bo good
losers. Majority rules.
Hereafter tho Democratic party will
give the silent voter tho right of way.
Mayor Jones and his non-partisan
followers seem to havo parted com
pany. Tho people wcro satisfied with exist
ing conditions and they- worou't very
particular about who know It.
The cause of sound money in the Ak
ron district has triumphed by tho elec
tion of a silver baron to Congress.
Tho silent voter brokp tho sllonco at
last. Mr. Bryan's friends would bo
Just npjvcll satisfied If ho hadn't spok.
Tha.tJandpJIdOy was nil right, but It
was headed tho wrong way. Maybo
tho Democtntlc party's turn will como
Chairman Jones surprised his Demo
cratic friends by tho stolid conlldcnco
with which ho claimed victory for his
"Is tho young man Absalom safe?"
From the way Absalom voted ho seem
ed to bo rdther IndllTcicnt about tho
Summit county's Dcnincintic commit,
tec and Its friends mado a game light
and It wasu't their fault that thoy
Tho result shows that Mr. Bryan
wim moro popular with his country
men than In 1800, when 0,500,000
votes wero cast for him.
Yesterduy'6 election shows that four
of Akron's now wards aro Democratic
nud four Republican. Akron's Corn
ell acted fairly when It redlstilcted the
According to the Administration pa
pers tho people voted for "a full pock
et book and a full dlntior pall," Tho
Democrat slnceioly hopes that they
will get it.
Senator Tottlgrow, tho Populist Sen
ator of South Dakota, goes dowu to
defeat. Senator llnnua will claim es
pecial credit for this result. Ho made
epeoches in South Dakota.
Tho Democrats mado a gain of 03
In Senator nanna's ward nt Clove
lond. It Is more than evident that
this lo one of the places In which tho
Senator made no speeches,
Tho Hon. n. 0. Sanford, Col. I. 0.
Gibbons, and a host of others havo
decided that tho result Is it vlndlcatlfln
tnfl a patent of their special qunl'lfl
frstlona tot the ofllco of Mayor,
Ihe EYE, EAR,
NOSE and THROAT
G&ssos Fitted & j0
130 S. Main Street
Deposits nccoptcd from
Intcrost 1'Ald on Tlmo Doposlts.
A ThorotiBhly Hollnblo Iloposltory.
Ilomu Auxlllnry Havings llanka
Hilppllo I to Customers.
Commercial Accounts Solicited.
LonnsMndo on Good Collnturnl.
Open for Business Saturday, Nov. 10.
Cor. Howard and Mill Sts.
Masonlo Tcmplo Jiulldlng.
Tho Akron papers gnvo tho peoplo
all tho news by bulletin last night,
and It wasn't necessary for tho peoplo
to go out of the city to got tho news
In the special editions tills morning.
As the accommodating and com
plaisant Mr. Dobson used to say after
tho landslides: "If there's anything
clsa Mr. Dick wants that ho doesn't
see, or sees that ho doesn't want, let
him ask for it."
If tho plurality for tho Republican
ticket was more than a thousand in
Summit county, It might havo been
tens of thousands had tho lion. II. 0,
Sanford been permitted by tho local
campaign commlttco to mnko speeches. $
It will take U.o official count to de-
Pl.1wli0l.ir nr nnr. Cnntrrossman
v,'t" , v. -1- cj - .
I.ontz Is defeated. Gen. Dick nud the
Administration mado a special tight
against Mr. Lent, and tho fact that
tho tcsult Is still in doubt Indicates
that the Columbus Congressman made
a vigorous light.
Next to the defeat of Mr. Bryan, tho
defeat of tbu splendid candidates pre
sented by tho Democrats for county
offices Is most icgictted by Summit
county's Democrats. But no man, how-
over popular, could havo stood against
tho geneinr landslldo that swept tho
ticket tho country over to defent.
"Upon Co), Roosevelt," says tjie
Clovolaud Leader, "dovolvcd tho duty
of making tho speaking campaign for 1
tho party. Ho did magnlflcont work."
But not a word of compliment has tho
Leader for that peerless orator, Matk.
Woiblil(j services to tho party so In
slgultleunt as lo deserve no
word of pralsoV
Tho boasts of tho campaign man
agers had lcil tho Democrats of Ohio
to havo great oxpoctntlous of tho re
sult in tho city of Clovolaud. But tho
fact that Mr. nanua carried that
city for his ticket by tho plurality
of 2W shows tho oxtont to which tho
claims of tho opposition wero founded
"Carry tho uows to Aggy," Is thd
sneering comment some of tho Admin
istration organs nro making on tho re
sult of yesterday's electlou. And while
they aro nt it don't: forgot also to carry
tho nows to Messis. Rnthbono nud
Neely. For them at Icnstjt means nn
undiminished right to life, liberty
and tin) pursuit of happiness.
Postmaster Ebrlght Is ono of tho
happiest Republicans In Akron, for
wo havo it upon tho uuthoilty of ono
of Col. V. T. Sawyer's dollghtful
"Whether Mac and Mark go up,
Or whether they go down,
Our Strlck will peddle stamps and pills
To every man In town."
And Col. Sawyer was 111010 than halt
lu his speech nt Columbus Inst .night
Gen, Dick said: "If the American
pooplo havq decided for mllltnilstn It
Is for a suPJcJout army and navy ,to
preserve order at homo aud compel re
spect nbroad." Tho next Congress
will pass a measure making tho In
crease of U10 standing army perma
nent, This s ono of tho policies upon
which, tho peoplo set tho senl of oppro
val yesterday'ond tho Admlnlstiatlon
would bo ludlffoiont to Its opportuni
ties If It failed to hot under Its com
mission. Now that tho Administration party
has won a, great .victory, It will llnd
tho people willing to aid it If It tries
to bring prosperity to tho peoplo and
honor to tUo government. Every cit
izen wapta prosperity, but not nil of
them want It to bo accompanied by
conditions that In the past havo been
regarded even by tho Republican
party as dangorons to American In
stltutlons. But a majority of the pco
pie yesterday decided that they wero
in favor of existing conditions, and
tho obligation Is upon the minority to
concur gracefully In tho verdict, until
tho time comes to reopen tho great
It Is yet too early to make an Intel
ligent review of tho causes that led
to tho liberal endorsement which tho
voters of American yesterday gavo to
tho National Administration. Tho re
turns havo not yet been compiled to
tho extent that will enable one to form
on accurate estlmato of tho support
that combined to give tho splendid
majority for tho Administration
party. But tho feature of tho result
that at this time takes precedence
over all others is tho evident dispo
sition of tho Administration leaders
to coustruo the vordtct of the people
ns an endorsement of all their poli
cies, and a high commission to pursue
those policies to tho end. If tbosa
policies aro not satisfactory to the
majority of tho peoplo there must bo
no complaint from tho majority which
decided in their favor.
J& S XXHEOALP'i
fi5pJ rtW AAAA. V
Tho Elmer E. Vanco Comedy com
pany will appear hero Thursday, Fri
day and Saturdoy nlghls and Saturday
afternoon. Grand as was tho mechan
ical effects of those two realistic pieces,
"Tho Limited Mall" and "Patent Ap
plied For" upon their Jnst nppcarnnco
hero, they aro this season oven hotter.
"Tho Limited Mull" has been enlarged,
rejuvenated and rewritten. "Patent
Applied For" Is this year before tho
public with now dialogue, now music
and a now company. During tho sum
mer vacation Manager Vnueo has com
pleted many Inventions nnd arrange
ments which bo has had under conslrt-
erntlou and thought for sovernl years,
and is surprising tho public as well as
pleasing them everywhere with hla
Tho scenery for "Tho Limited Mall"
and "Pntout Applied For" has been
entirely rebuilt nnd eight now and
elaborate sets of scenery havo been
ndded for Manager Vnnco's wonderful
production of his own version of Mrs.
Southwoi Hi's famous novel, "Tho
Hidden Ilnnd." That mngnotic little
star, "Bentrlco," is still wtl. tho com
pany nud hns mado a great hit In Man
ogor Vnnco's latest production, a side
splitting comedy with Beatrice ns its
This Is Iho first timo tho public has
had a chance to witness theso wonder
ful productions nt popular price-.
Has Been Successfully Solved by
To II vo for tho Joy of woik, to mulko
a pluy of every task, to bring tho
Frnobel Hplrlt Into commercial pursuits,
to llo each day's lfo with no fear of
any man, no diend for tho future, to
ticut employes ns 0110 would wish to
bo treated, to enrich tho boul with tho
contemplation of beauty and hi the
effoit to mnko things beautiful, this is
tho lesson Blbwt Hubbard will teach
Thursday night, In his lecture opeulng
tho Collego lecturo course.
Wheiovcr Mr. Hubbard has appear
ed, ho has left nothing but enthusiasm
for tho Roycroftcis In lIs trail. It Is the
ical enthusiasm of conviction, too, uot
tho effen obcent outbmst of passing
fancy. No ono has npcnied in Akiou
for mnuy years to whom should bo ac
corded better support. for tiny rami
who can sonslbly, profitably nud suc
cessfully solve tho "labor problem,"
doscrves to bo received and heard with
tho highest esteom, nnd when such a
happy solution Is wedded to tho high
est Ideals of tho beautiful, tho enthus-
insm sliouhj ho supertytlvo,
It Is thciefoiQ hoped that tho citi
zens of Akron, tx will show their es-
teem for such worthy effoit. Tho Col
lege course, moreover, dcMrves tho
suppoit of all lovers of culturo and
iorth. it alms to bring before tho
peoplo representative men, amj through
ON THE M
All the time, eating irregularly,
sleeping irrcguiany, cxposea
to every disease latent in bad
cooking or poor food; that's
a summary of.thc traveling
man's life. The result is
"stomach trouble": that rren-
oral term which covers various
forms and stages of dis
caso of the organs of di
gestion and nutrition.
The traveling man can't
avoid the troubles which
spring from his business
obligations. But he can
avoid "stomach trouble."
If Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery in
when tho early
symptoms OI ue- iy
raneenient of tli- v6
themselves, the cure
will be quick and
radical. But even
If the disease lias become
chronic the Discocry"
will cure ninety - eight
times out of every hun
dred if tried fairly and
Mr. Ned Nelson, the cel
ebrated Irl.h rnmr11ti
and mimic of 577 Ken dm
St.. Camden. N. f.. writes; We fulfilled
enf?cenient of twelve weeta mid the con
sunt traveling gave mcu bad touch of that
dreaded disease called chspcnila. I had
tried everything posilble to cure it till latt
neelc, while playlntr at B. 1'. Keith' Bijou
theater, Philadelphia, in the Nelson trio, a
professional friend of mine advlwd me to
VyJh tree's Golden Medical Discovery.
I tried It, and, than Ood. with good results."
Free I Dr, Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, 700 il
lustrations, is sent free on receipt of
stamps, to cover expense of mailing
only. Send ai one-cent stamps for
tile book in paper covers, or 31 stamps
for the same book cloth-botiud. Ad
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
them tho best thought of tho day.
Tho lecture, Thursday night begins
nt 8 o'clock and will bo held In tho
Real Estate Transfers
(Furnished by tho Ahsftuct, Tltlo
Guarantee and Trust Company, No.
22U South Main st.)
Andrew J. "Wllhclm, executor, to
Charles Pfelffcr, tmstco for tho Akron
Realty Co., 60 acres, Coventry tp
LucJnda Bonner nnd husband to Allco
Colleno, -10.15 feet on B. Exchnngo St.,
John Young and wife and Andrew
Wilhelm and wifo to Posquala Carano,
lot of laud fi on ting jon Furnneo st,
Cora A. Ream and husband to Emll
Lindner, 40 foot omZellor St., $150.
Tho Bruncr, Goodhue, Cooko Co., to
Ward B. Holloway, ".23.70 foot on Now
Portngo toad, $2500.
Ethel D. Gnllle, administratrix to
Roderick Ri Galllo.lK1 acies.Northflcld
S You aro paying tho
I monoy mid you aro tho 0110 ;
J to bo suited, nnd suit youS
Swo can with a fine lino of 2
pattorns, a porfeot fit, and;
S a raodorato price' S
5175 S. Howard St.s
Not In the Bottle.
It Is not by llio uppenrnnco of tho bottle
Hint you should Juduooc tho aunlltvof Hie
boorng. Ilia red quality Is libido tho
'1 lie contents of nbottlontnur famous Jlr
ycnr-ohl llnruucl hc,$ioo per snl..ls moro
invlKonitlmc uml iiiJc),mII tliun tho most
Ktimlv Inbol cnulil luoinlsii.
Try our l-.onr-cU! Kentucky Hour-
,,on".-i : il. per Kill.
n-vcnr-oltl 8tnr Kyu .......,..J.IB.CiO
8eleutftl Cnllforulu snoot or sour
Ttenner Hollow llnml on tap or b'lttlvsj
Free dollvcry to nil parts of U10 city.
Star Liquor House'
ALBLRT DhUTSCH, Prop.
Ill East Market Street.
roople'j 'phono IS,
In m f
-It ll "tHHftfl
! The Tailor, i
Read the Bulletins.
Great Crowd In Front of
Pleased With the Splen
Remained Until Result Was no
Longer In Doubt.
News Was Posted Exactly as Received
Extra Editions Issued.
Ten thousand peoplo rend the bulle
tins posted by tho Dally Democrat
Tuesday evening. Main st. was crowd
ed with Interested voters.
Tho crowd was about equally divided
In sentiment. Tho Democrats had but
few opportunities to mako themselves
heard but they wero thcro overy tlmo
a bulletin announcing a gain for Bryan
was flashed upon tho canvas.
The bcrvlco furnished by tho Demo
crat has never been surpassed In this
city. Tho nows was given just ns
it was received. It was tho purpose of
tho Democrat to furnish piomp't and
rellablo election information to both
Democrats and Republicans. How
well It succeeded In this was shown
by tho great crowd which stood for
ocvoral hours in front of tho ofllce.
Tho Beacon-.Tournal attempted to
post bulletins In tho samo manner but
early In tho evening It was evident
that tho Democrat had tho peoplo and
at no time did tho Beacon havo more
than a few hundred voters In front of
of its ofllce. At the Central Union Tel.
cphono Company office thcro wns n
largo crowd. The service furnished at
this place was flrs.t class. Tho people
remained In front of tho Democrat
ofllco until the result was no longer in
doubt. It was ovident by 10 o'clock
that there was no chance for Mr. Bry
an to bo elected. The Republicans then
started out to jollify and the Democrats
for their homes.
At nn early hour oxtios wero Issued
by both the Democrat nnd Beacon
giving accurnto and comploto returns
from both tho county and nation. Tho
Democrat extra was tho first to bo Is
sued .being on tho stieet somo tlmo
ahead of tho Beacon. Two hours after
tho local papers appeared on tho street
tho midnight edition of tho Clovolaud
papers reached Akron. Nothing wns to
bo found in them that hud not been
bulletined in Akron by tho Democrat
hours boforo tho Cloveland papers wont
to prosb. It wns uot necessary for
local citizens to purchaso out of town
pnpeis to get tho nows.
In Us extra, tho Beacon announced
that tho peoplo wcro practically all
era olllco was largely a partlsau ono,
that th epeoplo wero prncfically all
Bryan supporters and that thcro wero
but fow Republicans theie. If this Is
true, thoro must havo been several
thousand Democrats who neglected to
vote. It Is certain thnt theio wero
enough voters rending tho Democrat's
bullotln to havo carded tho city for
Mr. Bryan and tho entire county tick
et. It was a splendid compliment to
tho enterpilso of tho Democrat.
Tho excellence of tho vlows nnd elec
tion returns shown by tho Democrat
last night was contributed to In a
largo degree by tho couitesy of Mr.
O'Noll and tho Northern Ohio Traction
company, lu extinguishing tho arc
lights In front of tho O'Ncll company's
storo and tho street light In front of
tho Democrat ofllce. Tho Democrat
oxtQUds thanks to thorn for their kind
ness. The optical lantern used Is tho prop
prty of Attorney John C. Frank, and
was fitted with a brilliant arc light
which worked wjtli perfect success
during tho entire evening, throwing
tho pictures nnd returns with great
distinctness on tho -screen, enabling
the crowd to read thorn with enso
across tho street. Mr, Frank hns our
thanks tor furnishing us with so good
Every Organ of the Human Body Liable
Mrs. Nottlo Llnd.,
Mrs. Nettlo Llnd, graduated nurso of
tho Royal Stato School, Copenhagen,
Denmark, writes tho following letter to
Dr. Hartman from Chicago. Mrs. Llnd
says: "I am vory pleased to testify to
tho morlta of Pe-ru-na. 1 havo watched
its results whon prescribed to patlonts
nndor my care, especially In tho differ
ent catarrhal troubles, and must say tho
results wero most satisfactory. I thoro
foro havo great faith in Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. Nottio Llnd."
Mrs. S. E. Bobbins, Whito Wright,
Texas, saya: " 1 havo been having collo
at times and I got vory yellow, and am
confined to my bed 0 great deal of tho
tlmo. Last spring I got so bad thatl was
In bed most of tho tlmo for soveral weeks.
I had oolle. lnV ntopiaph and nervous
nn instrument. Mr. B. W. Terrass fur
nished the slides for tbe lantern.
Of Akron People's Telephone Company
' Kept Informed.
Subscribers of tho Akron Peoples
Telephone company were keep poste'd
The Battle of the Ballots
is Won and Lost.
Winning a Battle Depends
On the Officers.
Tho man, tho guns, tho ammunition, all must bo tho
RIGHT KIND, for weakness in any ono point may rosult
in defeat. It's the samo in business. Likening the pro
prietors to tho officers, tho clerks to tho soldiers, the
goods to tho ammunition, it can as truthfully be said
overy element; in store organization must bo right to win
success. Wo beliovo that you will find this storo, in
ovory particular, superior to tho usual run of stores, and
able to serve you bettor.
Tha-t's Ahy It rVins
That's why wo invite you to visit our storo. Scoiug is
bolioving, and to see is to buy, whon you come here. The
morohandJBO we offer in all our various departments is
right every way. Wo know it. Wo aro not afraid to tell
it. Wo back it up. '
Ladies' Tailored Suits, Jackets, Capes, Furs,
Fur Jackets, Skirts, Blankets, Lace Curtains, Table
Linens, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Hosiery,
Gloves, Underwear, Ribbons, Notions, Corsets, all
aro hero, aud all are right.
Dague Bros. & Co.
S NOW IS THE TIME
TO MAKE YOUR
Estimates and Specifica
tions Promptly Furnished
FREE OF CHARGE.
HL f. OAH.IL.l,
PHONE 185. 203 E. IVIarlc-b St.
WmWW sx &
I MM., J IM
e. srs rf.-jr
chills every six or ssvsn days. Finally,
when I heard of Po-rn-na and Man-a-lln
I had eaten nothing foraovoral dayfc
and was under the dootor'a troatmon t. I
quit taking his medlcino and bogan to
tako Po-ru-na and Man-a-lln. I gained
twcnty-flYo pounds, and can now eat
anything I want without inconvonionce,
My skin is porfootly oloar no sign of
jaundice. Mrs. S, E. Bobbins."
Mrs. C.T.Rogers, of Elgin, 111., writes
"Your medlcino saved my baby, who
had janndico and catarrh of tho Uvor."
Catarrhal dyspepsia is duo' to derange
ments of tho organs -lntimatoly con
noctcd with digestion, either tto ttoin
ach, liver, pancreas or bowels. When
tho liver is tho principal cause thero is a
pain and hcavlnass in tho right side,
great irrogularlty of tho bowols, slaK
headache, palpitation of tho heart,
furred tonguo, loss of appetite, bloating
aftor meals, gloomy, despondent feel
ings, yellowness of tho skin and belch
ing up gas.
Billons collo or gall stones are fre
quently the rosult of catarrh of the
liver. It also produces a condition
closely resembling chronlo malaria.
All theso troubles aro quickly cured by
Pe-ru-na. A short, course of Pe-ru-na
will do more to set right tho digestive
organs than all other romedies known
to man. Po-ru-na is sum to produce a
vigorous appotlte and regular digestion.
All bilious diseases disappear when Pe-ru-na
is used. Thero are no substitutes
4 For a freo book address Dr. Hartman,
on the result of tho election through
out tho United States. Moro than 400
subscribers received bulletins over tho
whes until 3 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing. The operators nt the central wore
given the bulletins and they 'phoned
them to the subscribers.
The Democrat's Liners are growing
because they bring results. Try them.
Complete line of Gas
and Electric Fixtures
carried in stock.
Is sometimes almost as d(fllcult ns
naming tho bnbyl You'll nnd the task
vory easy If you bring your picture to
us and try tho moldings nnd mats here.
Wo havo so many varieties of mold
ings, and such exqulstto ones, that
a satisfactory selection Is quickly
Snook & Kilmer
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