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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT,. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7 1009
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(Continued from flrot pngo.)
, Precinct D .
Precinct A. . . .
Plurality . . .
Cuyahoga Fnlls (East rreeluct) .
Cuynhogn Falls (WcstProclnot).
Frnnklin (Clinton Precinct).'....
FinnkUn (Niralslla Precinct) ..
Green (East Liberty Proclnct)..
Green (Greensburg Precinct)...
Norton (Bnrlierton A)
Norton (Bnrlierton B)
Norton (West rroclnct)
Portage (East Precinct)
Portngo (West Precinct)
143 . 127
CORONER. ituo ticket was fought by the liquor
Fchr. Lcber'n element nnd this perhnps explains
First ward .........
Fifth ward .
Sixth ward ........
Soventh ward ' ......
Eighth ward ,......'
Grand total City and County.
Grand total 8150 10351
First ward 578 1127
Second ward ..'.... 431 781
Third ward 501 001
Fourth ward ' 407 455
Fifth ward 425 005
Sixth wnrd 710 710
Soventh ward 018 808
Eighth ward 880 "540
Plurality . .
the slump In his vote.
a Splendid Gain In
Boston, Nov. 7.-(Spl.)-Wlth
four precincts to hear from the city
gives Bryan a plurality of 8,530.
Two hundred cUles and towns of
353 exclusive of Boston glvn Bryan
31,347, McKlnley, 01,151.
This Is a Republican loss of 14 per
cent and a Democratic gain of 40
per cent. On the basis of these late
returns McKlnley's plurality In the
State will bo about 83,000.
SECRETARY OF STATE.
First wnrd . .
Second wnrd .
Third ward ..
fourth ward .
Fifth ward ...
Blxth ward ..
eighth ward .
First waid ....
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Fifth ward ...
Sixth ward ..
Eighth wnrd . .
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS.
First ward 570 1120
Second waul 420 783
Third wnrd 501 701
Fourth wnrd Ml I0r
Fifth ward .'. 423 701
Blxth wnrd 710 70S
Bovwnth ward 021 803
Eighth want SS 547
(Continued from fifth page.)
lng In slowly. Eleven pieclncts out of
21 give McKlnley 1.088, Bryan 1,210.
For Congress, Harrington has 1,117,
Bcldlcr 1,112, Phillips (Iud.) 038. Ohnlr
nian Croft says Medina county will
glvo McKlnley 120 majority.
Fourteen precincts out? of 21, give
Harrington 1,050, Beldler 1,480, Phil
Pnluesvllle, O., Nov. & Tho totnl
voto for Congressman In Lake couuty
wns: Bcldlcr 2,837, Harrington, 1,032,
Miner Norton, manager of J. A. Bcld
lcr, declared at 1:30 o'clock tbnt Mr.
Bcldlcr would bo elected to Congress
in tho twentieth district by from 700
to 1,000 plurnllty. no curried Lako
county by 1,200. In Cleveland Mr.
Bcldlcr ran behind Harrington by near
ly 2,500. Mr. Norton deducted 000
from tho normal Republican majority
in tho townships, nnd figured that Mr.
Gen. Dick Says It's Endorsed Made
Columbus, O., Nov. 7. (Spl.) Chair
man Dick was called out by tho crowd at
Republican headquarters after tho last
announcements had boon tnndo and
wns compelled to uinko a speech. The
occasion wns looked up on as a boom
for Dick's Senatorial aspirations. Tho
chairman nsked of what nsn speeches
arc. now "Do not theso roturns spenk
for themselves?' ho asked. "Tho argu
raout has been had, tho verdict ren
dered. Tho pcoplo have decided what
tho future of tho government shnll be.
If they havo decided for Imperialism,
It Is tho Imperial will of tho people,
"If they havo decided for militarism
it Is for a suOlclcnt army and navy
to preserve order at homo and conjpel
respoct ubroo'd. If they havo decided
to uphold lnw as -ngalnst riot and to
maintain tho public institutions,
ns ogalnst their destruction, It
is for tho people to congratu
late themselves upon tho result" Gen.
Dick congratulated tho people of the
twelfth district, especially upon the
supposed defeat of Congressman Lentz,
After Doctors Fail
Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 12, 1900.
I was a suffertr for wvtntetn yean. I had three family doctors In consultation and they decided thai my
Health would remain bad until I had a child. They continued to treat me for four yean with no tucceis except to
get our money. There were two more years with a great expenditure of money with no satisfactory results and we
abandoned all hope. Finally our cousin, Jane Jones, of Woodvllle, Miss., paid us a visit and finding my health very
bad, introduced Wine of Cartful and Thcdford's 'Mack-Draught and we decided to give them a trial, my husband then
wrote for a copy of Home Treatment of Female Dlseasts. After studying Its contents, I found all my complaints
outlined, word for word, and sent for a bottle of Wine of Cardui and a package of Thcdford's Black-Draught After
the use of the lirst I found relief. I re-ordered until I had used eleven bottles and found my health very
much Improved. To our surprise a baby soon appeared. Sh is Just as fat as a pig. Such a thing had not hap.
riched in seventeen years. I would urge all ladles In poor health") use your medicines. They are more than you
claim they are. I have not had any use for a doctor since using the nrst bottle of your wonderful medicine My
health Is all right In every way. Mrs. L F. GERMANY.
' Think of her suffering the agonies of female complaints for seventeen years and the suffering ail
unnecessary. Mrs. Germany could have been cured years ago just as well as now had she only taken
Wine of Cardui. She need not have had those harrowing pains and grinding aches. Her experience
should induce every sufferer who reads this paper to give Wine of Cardui a trial. Instead of wasting
time and money with doctors when no benefit is being received from them, get a bottle of this great
medicine from your druggist. Wine of Cardui will annihilate those monthly pains which make your
life a torture and will bring you a permanent cure. Don't decide you cannot be well even when
doctors have failed. Try Wine of Cardui. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles.
In casos requiring spoclr.1 dlret Mons, nitclreai, uh lug a;
Aavisory uepartmont ", i.no inauanoo(ra weaicino
ims. "Tho Ladles'
lb., Chattanooga, Tenn.
II MM II
First ward . . .
Socoud wnrd .
Third wnrd ..
Fifth wnrd ..
Sixth wnrd ..
Eighth ward . .
Grand totnl 8.VW 10201
First ward ;.. Wl IMS
Second ward 131 782
Third wnrd 501 18
Fourth ward -107 458
Fifth wnrd 127 702
Blxth ward 713 700
Boventb ward 010 810
Flghth wnrd 887 510
Grand totnl 807S 10101
Grand total 80S5 10202
Plurality " woj
COMMON PLEAS JUDGE.
First wnrd . . .
Third ward .
Fifth wnrd ...
Sixth wnid ..
Eighth wnrd ,
A Village Blacksmith SavM Ills Little
Mr. W. H. Black, tho wylVknown
village blacksmith nt Grnhamsvtlie,
Sulllvnn county, Now York, says: "Our
llttlo son, llvo yenrs old, has always
been subject to croup, and so bad have
the nttneks been thnt wo havo feared
many times that ho would die." We
hnvo hnd the doctor nnd usrd many
medicines, but Chnmberlnln's Cough
Remedy Is now our solo reliance. It
seems to disrobe the tough mucus and
Harder to Sny No Than Yea.
nowas a most worthy young man,
With a fondness for discussing socfo
loglc?.i nnd moral questions, and once
started on his hobby he could scarcely
be bended in any other direction. He
had been quite devoted In his attention
to one young woman for ns much as
sis mouths, but sho had been unable to
brbig blm tj his senses, though sho
wns willing to confess that sho bad
tried repeatedly to 'do so. Of courso
alio had done It in the delicate ways
women have In those matters, but
what ho needed was n club.
Nqt a grea$ whllo ago ho was calling
ns usual, and ns usual he was neglect
ing sentiment for something that qnly
mndo a girl tired. This time ho wns
moralizing on the temptations of llfo
and tho proneuess of people to yield
without ninjjlng the proper effort
against them In whatever form they
'However,1' he said In conclusion,
displaying a comraendnblo spirit of
charity for tho weak, "It Is a very diffi
cult thing for any one to say 'No.' "
Hero was an unexpected chance for
"And conversely," sho responded
slowly so ho could get the full force of
it, "it should bo very ensy for one to
say 'Yes.' "
He looked her straight In the eyes at
last, nnd a bush fell upon the scene.
"Unicr.um," he hesitated, "Miss
Kate, am 1 a chump?"
"It Is very dltllcult for ono to say
'No,' " she, snld with a pretty llttlo
Bmlle, and Inter she found It quite easy
to soy "Yes." Washington Star.
at 40 days In the way of a general divi
sion. If the Injured mnn occupies more
than 40 dnys In his recovery, the pen
alty doubles ud.
After two solid hours of moonlight
nnd unlntcrruntlon she thought she
had him. "I admit that you aro tho
"Yes, go on," she whispered.
"But tho doctor has forbidden me
sweets," ho added.
And tho sensitive moon retired bo
hind a cloud. Philadelphia Becord.
An astronomer doelnros that Jupiter
Is In the stnte that our earth was 34.
000.000 years ngo. Those who can re
member .back 3,000.000 years will un
derstand what this means.
A man pan walk a mile without mov
ing more than a couple of feet. Chica
bv ctvlnir fronuont do-r? when xho
Beldler would go out of Lnko county croupy symptoms nppenr .wo havo
on ovon terms with Ilnrrington.
Reports from Medina county showed
thnt Mr. Beldler was nhend nnd Mr.
Norton clnlmcd Beidler's olectlon wns
nbsolutely certain, although tho Repub
lican majority la terribly slashed.
Tho returns from tho west side woro
disappointing to Beidler's frlonds. For-ty-soven
precincts gave Bqldlor 7,574,
Harrington 0,870, Phillips 332, Gould
Pnluesvllle, O., Nov. O.In fifteen
precincts out of 10, ono being unofficial
Beldler gets 2,420, Harrington 1,312,
Phillips, 1,147. Phillips will receive
probably a llttlo over 1,200.
Im.uu Uull uiu (iic.Huu oiuilp In cuicd
before It gets settled." Thero Is no
danger In giving this remedy for it con
tains no opium or other Injurious drug
nnd may bo given ns confidently to a
babo ns to an adult. For salo by all
druggists. B. Stelnbncher & Co.,
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILJ.S
m n tier.
iul omU.Iont.lner" vljjro
iiun ur niouiiiuu.
They oveicomri Wr nkneci irrinu
riiT aim omuaioi,iii
u bftnlnh " tiftliiit u
They te JLUe Huvorr
i TToiu&nnooa, uminw un
ntaf nrsranmnd body 1H1
Vrinun rmttr fAi wninnil Ad U fill
them, Canndt tin hrm-llfo.
velopmcnt of orgrani and bod;
pltm-nrr. sit prr h
bv tit nil. Mold by driirnrUt"
Dr. WlutaniP Indian Pita
ointment will oure Uiind
HlQL'dilu and Ilfhtn?
nllujd tlio Itchlnc at O'ico. iict
ua ajnnviltlce, gives Instant re
Dr. Vi'llllnms'ImllAtilMIa Olnt.
mentis proimred for 11 lei and I tch'
tnR ot tho rrlrato purls. Every box la
uui liiiuuu. jiy urucKiKtK. ny mou on ro
jcii't of mire. CO ceut nnd $1.00. WILLIAMS
KWJfACTIJRINQ. CO.. l'ro.is.. cif.volsnd.ttMn
For salo oy J. O. Day & Co., No. 1B3
Komii Howard St.
President McKinloy Has a Plurality of
3,000 or More.
Cloveland, O., Nov. 7.-(Spl.)-Prcs.
dont McKlnley will carry Cuyahoga
county (ostlmntcd. by about 3,000. Ho uaio uj soru, uitin In ik. Houib, liur wiidj? writo
, for rror( of curoi. nollclt tho imwt cb.llnila
ni.Klml Mi., ultv nf fUnvilnnil hv nhnnt ' co. nqiiavocurou ine worm cbio In J3 loKtonyii.
ciUTieu tno city or uiouinuu oj nnoui 'fitni,3uo,iioo. WD-nnsniiooktrnisu Noiirnciiomn
u u u H iv ii, m li jj y uu.
HI Ocnlnl Hocrptlon.
General Stan-, n gallant old soldier,
hnd nn irrepressible dislike for young
Heu'tennnts fresh from West Point. In
1874 Gene'rnl Starr was In commnnd at
Fort niloy, and one day nn orderly
enmo to hjs quarters with the message
that lieutenant Morrison, just from
West Point, was ut tho post ready to
pay his respects and report for duty.
In rtponso to this message the old
geueral was starting for his office,
when hl3 wfe, a motherly old soul,
plucltod him by the sleove nnd snld,
'Nqw, general, promise mo thnt you
Wonx be rough with thnt young man."
"Hough?" mid the old man, smiling
amlnhly upon his mntrlmonlnl com
panion. "Why, I'll be penches and
crenm unless the yqung dog riles mo."
Beaching his oillce, the general was
confronted with a dapper llttlo follow
as tplcl; apd span as though he had
Just come from the hands of his barber
on,d tailor. While ho had the half super
cilious air thnt scorns Inseparable from
tho first stages of military education.
Looltlng'tbe young lieutenant over
for unjf n moment, the old general snld
with great dignity: "How do you do.
Mr. Morrison. I am pleased to see
you." Then as a flush gradually mount
ed, over ba weather beaten features he
added: "1 am nlwnys glnd to see you
young men from tho Military nendemy.
You y.ou (here the general ended "with
a roar) you think yourself so hanged
smart!" Kansas City Journnl.
Wo will jmy tlje iibove rownrtt for any enfo
of Liver Qonipliilnt. lppMn, blclc H.wul
aolie. liiillgnmian. ConMlpiitlon orOostlvo
nfss ennnur ouro with Mvorltu, tlio Up.
tu-Dnto l.lttltiXjlv v L'JII.wliftitliotllrectlons
ni'ittlctly comrllt ttli. Thoy mo purely
vpi;eiuuiennii necr in'iiogivoHausmcuon.
!5c boxes contuln Km p)ll, loo boxes contain
(0 pllU. Co boxoi contain 15 plIK Howiuo of
BulistUiitloiia nnd Imitations, hent by mall,
Htnnins tnkon. Ni:RVlTA MEDIOAIi CO,
Cor. Clinton ami Jnrkiwii Hts., Chicago, 111.
Fortiilo by Jobh Ltimpartor A Co., IK) 8
Ilownjil Bt., and Xnman Bros., Knst Akron
BALriMORQ & OHIO.
Union Depot, Market street.
Tiffin, Fostorla & Chicago.. 10:10am
Tltlln, Fostorla & Chicago. ."8:00 pni
Chicago vestibuled, limited 11:00 ym
Arrive from the West.
Cblcago'aud New York veatl- k
buled, limited l:50ata
Milcai;o and Pittsburg 616ani
Chicago, Akron and Clove
land .'... 8:10pm
Trains leavo Chicago for Akron
10:20 a. m. 3:30 p. m. and S:30 p.
CURE YOURSELF 1
UtoJllg i for unnatural
Irritations pr ulceration!)
of mnoouR membranes.
' la t to S d7. '
Frevenu ConUtlon. rulnlcM. nuii not astruv
EtVAUSlillEMinitOO. " or P",u"'
3 UOia y vrainiisu,
n't in tinn In ntaln nrvntinn
7 expresa, r re pal J, for
i7 6xpreoa, r repaid, foi
jr.ftt, or 3 bottlos, W-Vs.
OlicuUr fjrtit ou request
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
BfflnjSjKMp!w & V" mm
H i iTmiinvPifth-iii ruiwTfin "-i
First wnrd . . .
Second ward .
Third ward ..
Fourth ward .
Fifth ward ..
Sixth ward ..
Eighth vanl .
0! rand total 8275 10008
First ward . . .
Fifth ward ..
Blxth wnrd . ,
Plurality . .
200. Tho entire county Itopubllcnn
tlckot Is elected by comfortnblo plur
alities. Tim proposition to buy voting
machines Is carried by a voto of 33,811
to 20,007. Congressman Burton Is re
elected. Mr. Boldlor, It Is estimated,
will win by a very small plurnllty, pos.
slbly by less thnn 300. Tho totnl voto
cnNt, with ouo precinct to hear from,
Is 81,31 1. This registration was 82,200.
Tho returns show that the entire
Itepubllcan couuty ticket will bo elect
ed with Bdwm Barry for Sheriff lead
lug tbo tlckot, wlfh Cubo for Commis
sioner, tho low man. Itohburg will ead
tho Dcmociatlc ticket.
It- wns predicted that Moftluloy will
carry tho city by about 250 votos.
Congressmnn Burton safely ro-elpcled
by about 0,000, Quo hundred and sov-
enty precincts, with twolro to heat
from, gnvo McKinloy 115,001, Brynn
31,358. Pour years ago tho voto was
McKlnley 35,003, Bryan fJl.530. Bnr.
ry's plurality will bo about 8,000 or
0,000. Case, who Is tho lowest man on
Maaonio Tmpl-, Chicago, III.
Ib that traversed by tho
Great Central Southern Trunk Line
.entucky. Tennessee, Alabama-, Missis
sippi, Florida, where thuio are splun
did chances for everybody to uinko
money Come nnd sco for yourselves.
Half 1'art J'xcurslous first and TblrJ,
Tuesias of Every Month.
Printed mutter, maps, and all Infor
mation free. Address
PS. J. XKftamyaa,
General Immlgfttlon ana Industrial Agi.,
It Is a fnct-of comparatively recent
discovery In chemical metallurgy thnt
metals lose their vitality from repeti
tious of shocks nnd strains and may bo
on(l, ns the expression Is, lo suffer
from fatigue that Is, they may bo
Workvd till tljelr molecules fall to hoid
As Is fninlllnrly known, bars of tin,
rods of brass and wires of nny mctul
will separate owing to fatigue If bent
backward nnd forwnid continuously
But by cnrpful experiments, howoyer,
tjio fact Is made to nppenr tbnt n rem
edy exists for this condition of motuls
If the ovni'Btrnlu does not border on
rupture, and this remedy Is very much
llko that which Is applied In the case
of nn overworked human frnuie
Feather edged tpols tecover their yl
tallty better than nny other. Of course
tbt! leugth Of time required for this rest
varle with different metals nnd the
niuputlt of strain to which they bne
Unrd metals, such ns Iron nnd steel,
use up one nod two .veins' time In the
process. On the other linnd, soft met
nls, like lend, retain their cohesive
force longer nnd nlso require less rest
others dally except
ERIE RILUOAD OP.
Erie Depot, Mill it.
A'o. 1 Express . 8:30 om
No. C Limited vestibule 7:08 am
No. '15 To Akron only tfUlSom
No. 13, Chicago express, oi
Mondays to Unllon ouly.... 12:22 pm
Na a Pacific Tcxpress , 0:52 pm
No. 37 AccommoL-tlon 0:40 an
No. 14 To Meadvlllo 2:20 nm
No. 8 Limited vestibule .... 1:20 am
No. 12 Express 8:54 am
tso. i' Now York special 12:50 pm
N. IU Chauto,u(iuu express.. 4:25 pm
No. Btf, AccouijuoUntion 4:00 pm
HEKLING & LAKH ERIE V.T.
My ion T. H'jrrlck, -UoUert Bllukcn
Nrjnl. No. 3. No.4.
Cnrlpon Sloztran l.nm.
They have sonu very curious crlmi
nnl lows n Mexico. For Instiuice, It Is
twice ns much of nu offense to mutt
late the fair of n woman as thnt of i
man. The lnw f.ccnis to be Imsed on
tbif Idea that a woman's best posses
son Is her uenttty nud that to mar n
doeajier n prent Injury.
There Is another curious law. If n
perhon should bo wminded In nu en
cpunter, the punishment to the offend
cr Is fixed by the. number of days his
vjetlm bos to stny In the hospltnl or
under a doctor's cure. A lino Is nsed
Toledo, (Un. Dcp.) Ar .7:15
Creston ', 10:40
Mnsiislllon 11;50 CU8 5:50
Vnlloy Junction .....12:45 0:40
Wheeling .. ,.r...Ar. 3:25 0:20
'No. !. No. 0.
Wbrllng Lv. 5:30 am 10:00 am
Vnlloy Junction .. 8;00 12:55 pm
Mntslllon 8:50 1:50 pm
Orrvlllo 0:20 2:22
Creston Q:45 2:40
Iaj-11 10:00 8:03
Spencer i.. .10:15 3:18
Tel. Un. Hep.) Ar. 1:20 pm 0:30
H. L. BOOTH,
General Traill c Manager.
J. P. TOVNSEND,
Assistant General Passenger Agent
O. T. & V. It. R.
How. St. Union. East
Depot Depot. Akron.
No. 40.. 0:55 am 0:45 am 0:20 am
No. 8 ..12:01 pm 12:20 pm 12:28 pm
No. 4... 0:20 am 9:05 am 0:10 am
No. 0 ...1:10 pm 1:00 pm 12:41 pm
No. 10... 4:30 pm 4:10 pm 4:12 pm
No. 8... 8:25 pm 8:12 pm 8:17 pu
Ko. 7 8:42 am p.05 nm 0:19 am
No. 0... 3:40 pm 4:10 pm 4:24 pm
No. 5.. 10:34 pm 11:00 pm 11:11 pm
No. 47... 7:35 pm 7:50 pm 8:00 pm
No. 11... 4:15 pm.
"PITTSBURG & WESTERN E. H.
Union Depot, Market street
Leave for the East
Chicago and Now York vesti
bule, limited 2:00 am
Warren, Youngotown, Pitta
Warren, Youngstown, Pitta
Pittsburg. Washington, Phil
adelphia, Now York,- de
parts O. T. & V. Byn How
ard street station 4:15 pw
Arrlvo from tho Bast;
land,arrtves O. 1Y& V. By,
Howard street station... 0:80ata
Pittsburg and Akron "11:53 am
Pittsburg, Akron and Chica
go 7:40 pm
' burg and Chicago 10:55 pm
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Depot North Main street
Depart No. 1 7:50 am
" No. 11..... ......... 6:00pm
Arrive No. 2 4:20 pm
" No. 12 I2:lbam
XHE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION
A. B. O. Division.
Waiting room, 102 N. Howard st
Tlmo card In effect Oct. 15th, 1000.
Car's for Cloveland leavo tbo corner
North Howard and Market sts., 5:30
a.m. and every lour to 8:30 p.m. nnd
ut 10:30 p.m. Saturdays nnd Sundays
5:30 a.m., 0:30 a.m. nnd ovcry half
hour to 7:30 p.m. and at S:S0 p.m. and
Southern Pacific Co.
Gin., Columbus ui)d Clcv.. 0:05 am
Akton and Pittsburg GO am
Col., Mlllersburg & Olovo. .ill:M am
Clu., Col. nud Clivninnd ... 4:tC pm
Pitts.) Bnl. Wusfr fc t Y...,2:30 pro
Clevd.. Cols, nnd Cln,, 0:40 nm
New York. Pitts,, and Akron, (runs
only tq Rnrberton.),...,. 11:10 am
Olovd. Mlllersburg nnd Cols. Stia pm
Pittsburg nud Ahcon., (runs only
to Akron .,,. SslO pm
Clovd., Cols, nhd PJp., .... 0!07 pm
Da'ly. ! Dally except Sunday,
Via MEW ORLEANS
Trough Pullman Pnlaco Buffet and or
dinary Sleeping Cars. Tlio Fa
mous nnd Palatial
Leaves New Orleans every Monday
Thursday and Saturday, for Los
Angeles and San Francisco.
Through Personally Conducted Tour
1st Excursions from Clncluuntl, Louis
ville, Washington, D. C, St. Puul, Chi.
cngo, St, Louis, Knnsns City nnd New
LOS ANGELES and
(No chnugo of cars.)
Free reclining chair cars between El
Paso and San Francisco.
For detailed Information regarding
tho service, rates, etc., address
W. H. CONNOR, Commercial Aijcnt,
Chamber of Commerce Bide,
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