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ATCltON DAILY DEMOCRAT.
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
$BI 'AKItON DEMOCRAT . 00.
iW. 8. HARTER
FRED W. GAYER
Editon tad Manager.
ED. H. t)E LA COURT, Mjr. Advertising Dopt.
CHAS. A. MaBVIN....Nows Editor
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Entered at the postaMcc til Akron, O ,
as eciond-c'.ass mall matter.
Ut'FJCJEKS AND DtHUOTOKS:
President JAMES V. WUl.Sfl
Vice President A. T. VAU1E
Secrcnry PHED W. GAYE'i
Treasurer M. V. HOVE
Edw. S. Harter. ...T)r. 0. W. Alllllkln
Ed. H. De L Court
Democrat Block, Hos. 135 ani 137
S. Main street.
Telephono No. 18.
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CFFICIAU PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON,
10 TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
TUESDAY, NOV. 0, 1000.
Tho silent voter's secret will soon be
This Is the day of all others for
There'll bo another hot tlmo lu tho
old town tonight
There Is yet plenty of tlnio to vota
If you haven't done so.
Our hnt's off to tho silent voter, no
holds tho balanco of power and Is
using It today.
Tho one-half of ono per cent, of tho
voters of AUron who neglected to reg
ister, aro teeJlOK rather cheap today.
It Is estimated that there nro up
ward of, 10,000 voters In Summit conn
ty tblflycar. Four years ago there
were only 10,000.
The campaign committees scorn to
hnvo been, lost In the shuttle. Akron's
voters aro takilig themselves to tho
polls today, without nsslstunco or sug-
gestlon from tho respective couimitteos.
Campaign committees nio ull right
in a'cuWych,; but In this year of
grace thoy seem to havo lost their occu-
nation. There has never been a tlnio
In Akron's history when so near tho to-
tat .vote orfhb city was icglstered and
polled with so little assistance from tho
(I - I I i MlM t
Ono sided election bets havo not nl-
ways been accurutu Indlcntlous of tho
sentiment of tho people. It will bo
romembered thut , In the momornblo
campaign of 1881 'tho prevailing odds
wcro a to 1 in favor of Mr. Blaluo, and
against Grpver Cleveland. Theso odds
prevailed until tho very night of tho
If every taxpayer had
bnckbouo ns Attorney W. T, Sawyer,
star chamber sessions would bo less
In vacuo at tho office of tho Board of I
CltyCommlHslonets. Mr. Sawyer flatly
declined to leuvo tho office ot tho Com-
pij$loners nt tho Invitation of Com.
wlssioncr McMlllen yesterday, when
tho Board wanted to go Into star chain
ber session, nnd based IiIh action upon
t,ha broad principle that no City Com
Jbisloner ought' to have anything 'to
do or say In prlvnto that any taxpayer
Is not qualified to hear or havo a voice
la, Commissioner McMlllen's efforts
to e,vlct Mr. Sawyer by force proved
unavailing. Star Chamber sessions
Uflto never been popular with Akron
P9pje, nnd a llttlo moro publicity In
connection with tho deliberations of
tho Board might for tho futuro be to
Jhe Interests of tho tnxpayers.
THEIR LAST WORDS.
The "Democrat wants tho pooplo to
read the final words of tho campaign
ijwli&rii'sfr ulgu't by Mr. Bryan to uls
lite EYE. EAR,
NOSE and THROAT
Glasses Fitted 3 &
' 130 S. Main Street
follow townsmen at Lincoln, Neb.
"We aro at tho close of tho cam
paign. Tomorrow will decide what
policies ato to bo pursued for tho
nest four years, who Is to stand nt tho
head of our federal government as
well as what Is to bo the complexion
of congress, tho Senate and of the
State, and, In this, my last occasion
to address the peoplo of my home, I
want to say no matter what may bo
tho rosult of tomorrow's election I
shall hare no blame to cast on tho peo
plo of this community and of this
State. I never appear beforo a LIn
coin audience without feeling anew
tho gratitude which I owe to tho good
people of this community. No matter
what they may do In the futuro they
cannot undo what they havo dono In
tho past, nnd whether 1 am elected or
not I think my experience will bo of
some servlco to my country for I havo
shown that a young, man, without a
sluglo corporation behind him, can
amount to something. But do not
thluk that when I sag this I say It In
n boasting way, for whatever has come
to me has not como because of personal
merit; It has simply como because I
havo stood for certain Ideas and tho
peoplo havo been so fond of the ideas
that they havo taken me In order to
get tho Ideas.
"We havo fought tho campaign open
nnd above board. Wo havo appealed
to tho conscience nnd to tho judgmont
of tho Amorlcan people. Our platform
is so plain that everyone cnu under
stand It. l'ou know where tho party
stands. It has not dodged 'any Issues.
It stands on tho old questions as it
has btood bcfoio and it lias added to
its platform new planks to cover now
"Now my friends, let mo thank you
agnlu. I thank tho soldiers, tho homo
guards, the contiueutnls, tho traveling
men, you cltlzons, all. Jly work Is
dono, almost done, for this campaign.
I liavo tried as well as I could to do
fend tho principles of tho party to
which I belong. Whether I nm de
feated or elected, I havo dono all I
can to bring success to theso princi
ples. Whether I am to lenvo you
within a few months to bo absent four
years or whether I am to bo among
you, I cannot lu words oxprcss my
gratltudo for all you havo dono for
President McKInloy's last words to
his fellow townsmen were:
"My fellow citizens, I nm very glad
to greet you once more nt my old homo.
This Is not a year when I nm making
speeches. Tomorrow from ono ond of
I nun vuni uvuuu in iuu uiuui, iuu
Amcrlcnn peoi,lo wlll 8ponUi nn(1 wo
must wait rovorenffy and in patience
for tholr verdict. I kiiow you will
.bo glad to hear n word from our fcl-
ldw townsman, .Tudgo William It. Day,
"ft0 ft8 ? TOous plnco In
tho Administration over which you
cn,le( mo )o prCfl,do ,n 18M 'x than.
you nnd bid you goodnight."
COMPUMEHT'FOn AKRON PEOPLE.
Akron, la straining' every nervo to
surpass Youngstown u Jhq noxt do-
oennlnl census, and If the same prog-
'oss ' ,nJ ' that direction thnt has
marked tho decado Just past, tho Sum-
U1,t clt' w111 accomplish Its purpose,
"Youngstown "now 1ms less than throa
thousuud advantage in population
oror lls rvftl nnd unl0l,s citizens of our
homo city put forth overy offort to n
tain that small ascendency, Akron will
carry off tho bottom In another censui
In ono particular Akron shows hc
hotter discretion nnd glvos to Youngs
town nn object ,, rlor ,)conlo w
frecr from l)llrti,ni,u Whou tho In-
teres! s of 'tho city nro involved. To ad
vantage tlt'omsolvos" ns'a mahufactur.
Ing town, thoy manago to keep In con.
gross, If not nil tho tlnio at least' n
great part of tho time, a Hepresontn
tlvo from their own. city.
They have had their Sidney iJdgorton
and now havo their Dick, whllq lu this
Republican district find city, surrouder
after surrender Is mado to ndvanco
party und personal Interests and pro-
' rvo j,oUt,clU ,inrin0ny to less descxv
liig.locplltlcs, to tho dotrlmout of tho
If Youngstown Is surpassed by Akron
nt tho rjext census taking, nepubllcnns
of this city will havo themselves large
ly to Vcnsuro for being placed In tho
rar. ,If patriotism Is to continue th
absorbing duty with Republicans, they
must expect; to sultpr from their HHb
Story Told by Clark.'
Many Believe He Was
Struck by Train.
It's Admitted That He
Coroner Begins Examination
Aflor Taking Testimony Ho Adjourned
Inquest to Wed .osday.
Coroner E. O. Leberman went to
Hudson Monday afternoon to conduct
nn Inquest over tho remains of Aaron
Clark who died Monday morning from
tho effect of a murderous assault
mado upon him Thursday night. '
Tho coroner held a postmortem exam
ination. Ho was assisted by Dr.
Haynes of Hudson. Tho surgeons
found that Clark's left arm had been
broken. A finger upon tho right hand
was broken also; and tho skull had
been tinctured by a blow received"
from a blunt Instrument.
Aftor examining tho body, tho Cor
oner summoned a number of witnesses
and began his official Inquest. Thpso
who gavo testimony wcro Jacob Qlcr,
Daniel Myers, Georgo Gannon, John
Dalll nnd Max Lees. Dr. Lebcrmau
stated Tuesday Unit nothing of Import
ance was brought oit at the luqucst.
He will continue tho examination
Coroner Leberman Is not disposed to
place a great deal ot credence in any
Malement Clark may havo mado bc
foie his death as thu dying man was
undoubtedly-ln. a scnibuuconsclous con
Thoro is n growing belief that Clark
was not nssaulted but that ho was
struck by a train , while crossing tho
UnckB and thrown to one sldo. From
tho naturo of his Injuries It would ap
pear that thoro Is good ground for this
theory. Witnesses agrco that ho was
Inttalcatod and tho officials aro In
clined to tho belief that ho did not
know just what hoa caused his
After exposure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take Foley's nonoy
aud Tnr. It novor falls to cure, and
will prevent pneumonia or consump
tion If taken in time.
J. M, ' Laffer, J. Ljttnparter & Co.,
To Ohio Federation of
Mado a Report at Meeting of Sell
Tho third mooting of the Sef Culture
Club was held at the homo of Miss
Mttijuierlbo Klrk7100"'Mnplo si.. Tist
owning. ' ,
Responses to tho roll were mado by
quotations from Shakespeare. Miss
Lillian Hart iho dologato to tho Ohio
l''edeititIon of Womeu's Clubs at Mar-
lottn, pavo a very Interesting and com-
prehonslvo icpnrt of tho convention af
ter which 'followed ;tho regular pro
gram of tho o veiling,"
"Battlo of Hastings and Results of
tho Norman Conquest'," Miss UJIzhbeth
"Foi niation of the English Lan
guage," Miss Ida Roberts. .
"Magna Charta and tho Foruintlon of'
tho Ilotiao of Commons,",-Miss Clara
Iluinotous reading, Miss Buslo Web
or. Current Icnts by. tho Club.
An amusing feature pf ,tho evening's
program was tho mock election, result
Ing In favor of McKluloy. Tho noxt
meeting of tho club will bo held at tho
homo of Miss Nellie. Haidy, 103 Aquo
duct Bet., Nov. 10. ri.
AYolter Scjioir who woo locked up In
You aro paying the;
money una you are the ono 2
to be suited, and suit you
wo uan with n, fine lino of"
patterns, a perfect fit, and
a moderate prico.
The Tailor, 5
1175 S. Howard St.!
tho county JaH Monday charged with
assaulting Clark, has been released.
Tho officials believed Uiat the evldenco
would not warrant them In holding
him and he was released without bond.
There Is considerable mystery about
tho caso. If Clark was assaulted on
tho railroad track, people cannot un
derstand how ho managed to get home
lu tho condition he was In. Tho offi
cials bollovo that another man had
something to .do with tho assault upon
If you want boarders, malo or. fe
male help, roomers, etc., ndvertlso in
the Democrat's want column.
For Thanksgiving4 Sermons Adopted
. by EvangrTljcal Alliance.
Tho Ministers' meeting was held tn
tho First M, 13. church Monday morn
ing, 12 members being present. It
was agreed that the theme of tho
Thanksgiving sermons In tho city
should bo "Tho Progress of tho King-,
dom," nnd that a Union Foreign Mis
sionary meeting should bo hold In tho
First Congregational church tho
evening of Thanksgiving duy, with sov-
oral brief addresses on tho "Progress
of tho Kingdom in tho Closing Cen
tury." Tho projected meeting for
Ohrlstlnu missions In China was can-'
celled. On motion of tho Row Mr.
Frntr, tho lnvltntlon was cordially
accepted to attend tho fellowship meet
ings In tho Central Presbyterian
church, tho week of Nov. 11-18.
After Searching Tests.
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Rem
edy Has Proved Itself to be the
Positive Cure lor Kidney and Bladder
Thousands of requests for free bot
tles of Dr. David Keuuedy's Favorite
liemeiiy nro received nearly overy day
by thu innnufaetuiors, and upon strict
Investigation It litis becu found thnt no
less than 01 out of overy hundred of
those receiving trial bottles have been
I so -helped by the Remedy sent, (hat
thoy have bought largo sliced bottles,
at their druggists.
It has been proven beyond question,
that Favorite Remedy is tho very best
niedfclne known for diseases of tho
kidneys, liver, lilmldor and blood, rheu
nintUin, dybpcpdla, cluonlc coustlpn
tlou, aud tho sicknesses peculiar to wo
meu. Tho manufacturers arc ptcpniod
to A'Hd fteo trial bottles postpaid to all.
tluso who will wtltc. giving their full
namo and post office address to the
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Ron
dout, N. Y., und mention this paper.
Put soino of your urlno In a gass
tumbler; If In 21 hours It has a sedi
ment, or n milky, cloudy condition; If
It Is pnlo or dlscoloted, ropy or stringy,
you need n good medicine, nnd Favor
Ito Remedy Is the best ono you can
take. It speedily cures such dnngerous
, syinptums as palu lu tho back, fro
i quent desire to urinate, especially at
night, scnldlng hunting pain in passing
wutor, staining of your linen by tho
urlno aud Inability to hold It, Also
tho unpleasant nnd dangerous effects
produced on tho system by tho uso of
whisky or beer.
Dr. David Kennedy's FnvorJto Rom
cdy Is sold nt all drug stores at S1.00
a bottle, or six bottles for ?5, 25
dp Always Cures k
ff Never. TbMs k
gf BAVJfMAN(M'5 v
I m jy
l Coughs, Colds, Croup and it
W Hoarsoneas IK
W. PRICB 25C. Mfd. bv 18
KAUFMANN BROS. If
iKy 22 S. Howard Street ff
X. Oor. ViuUuer. ,xSr
Vote at Barb8rton,
But the Result Is .Very
They've Some Silent
Voters There Too.
Barberton a Power In County
Farewell Reception to Rev. Jones
Bnrberton, Nov. 0. Nothing is on tho
minds of tho peoplo except election.
The usually busy streets have a straugo
air of quiet, ond although groups of
people stand about discussing tho sit
uation, everyono seems In suspense.
An unusually heavy vote has been
polled hero early In tho morning. Bar
berton has one of the largest precincts
In tho county, and will cut a largo
figure In county results.
Lynn St. John, who has been attend
ing 0. S. U., Is homo to vote. He left
for Columbus this afternoon.
Members of the M. V. church tender
ed a farewell reception to Rev. Jones,
their retiring pastor, last night. A
large crowd was there. Mr. Jones was
presented with several valuable gifts.
Ho goes from hero to a charge In Ros.
Mayor McNamara is so well pleased
with tho results obtained by working
tramps on tho city streets, that tho
experiment will bo repeated In tho
Robert Reluiuschucscl, tho popular
barber of Second st., has gono to
MUlcrsburg for n two weeks' vacation.
Mayor McNnmara was confronted
Monday morning by but ono prisoner,
John Fllnii. Jphn was accused of
having Imbibed copiously of campaign
enthusiasm. lie wus assessed $1 and
J. O. Baughman, former proprietor
of tho Magic City laundry, sold out to
Lesslter & Son, who took possession
of tholr now aqulsltlou this morning.
Mr. Baughman will establish himself
lu tho meat trade In Bnrberton in tho
Mrss John R. Davis continues to Im-
prove, and Is now out of danger, pro.
vldlng she suft'ors uo relapse.
The following Akron peoplo register
ed at tho Inn Sunday: O. E. Sheldon
and wife, Mr. aud Mrs. W. B. Miller,
Miss Lawson, Dr. and Mrs. Sibley,
Frank Good, Will Rnymond nnd V. L.
Manager John H. Thrall of tho Inn,
has so far recovered from his Illness
as to be up and around.
Tho Barberton boys are considerably
dissatisfied over Satui day's foot ball
game. MeBlrnoy nnd "Cy" Young of
thu Noith Duds wero played by tho
East Akrons, they claim, 'thus giving
tho Akron boys tho advantngo in
weight. Hownid, of tho Barbertons,
was badly used up In tho game. lie
and ono or tho Dust Akron players
cauio Into violent collision early In
tho first half, cutting Howard's eye
open nnd necessitating several stitches,
noword left tho game long cuough to
get sewed up, then cnnie back and
in the secoud half made tho ouly score
of tho day for Barbertou.
Goo. A. r61uts, Upper Sandusky,
Q., writes; "I havo boon using Foley's
nonoy and Tor for hoarseness and
und It' tho best remedy I ever tried.
It stopped tho cough Immediately and
relieve till soreness.
J, Mi Laffor,' J. Lampartcr & Co.,
Practical and Scientific
All Work Guaranteed.
411 South Main Street.
erties of fresh
Celery in con
R4 tttj itHr fris "JJlBJiM!3'f"
9. WOZ. m m
Bold tn J5c. and We. boxes by all druggists, or tent by mall on receipt of prloa,
THE WRIGHT MEDICAL CO.. Columbus, Ohio.
Largest, Line in the City,
COMPLETE LINE TO SELECT FROM m
ALL STYLES X '
PRICES WILL SUIT YOU.
TRY HIT- &
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l Th KSa
Cor, Mill and Prospect Sts. Phone 19.
Kleanit Manufacturing Company
,l'wlll cure rheu
matism and all
disorders of the
nerves, liver, kid
neys and stomach
114-116 North Howard St.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Steewrn and Hot Water Heating,
WELSBACH INCANDESCENT LIGHTS AND FIXTURES,
See Hoffman Bros. EaW ISe
NOW 317 EAST MARKET ST.
l'hono No. 1-58 (I'conlo's Tut.); Rosldeuco phone No. Ml
(People's Tel. ); lbOl Central Untoo No.
gjtgr A pent for the NOVEL1Y IRON CO.'S STEAM AND
ROT WATER BOILERS.
Strength of Worth.
Our popular coal Because Fox Lako
coal Is good, .It's popular. If It were
not what wo claim for It people would
not pinco orders for moro ot It. Be
cause It's the most popular coal Is not
n sign It's tho only coal. We sell moro
of this kind than any other kind, but
wo tiiivo otner Kim s.
Orrtni- vrrtlp onnl nili. nml nvnlil v
.... ., - ,., ..,.,. ..,ulu iUU
Coal & ic Go.
ino only thing
that lmB over roaoh
od tho height of
Oloana quick, easy
to rub oiF, contains
no . grense, never
scratches, will clean
anything. Try ono
cake at your giocers
or write .