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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT
FAIR AND COOL
VOJUMF NINE. NUMBER 174
AKRON. OHIO. IfRIDAY EVRNING. NOVEMBEB 9. 1900
PRICE ONE CENT
ntor Hanua looking out for tho finan
cial part of them and deciding only
tho most Important moves.
Meet With More Loss.
Filipinos Have Repulsed
Commander Wounded and
nd All of His Soldiers Suffered
the Same Fate.
Americans Captured 500 Unarmed
Tarfs, Nov. 0. (Spl.) According to
a telegram received hero yesterday
from the Philippine agent at Hong
Kong, tlio Insurgents under Geneial
Callles, Uavo repulsed tho American
troops at Mavltac. Tho loss on both
sides Is unknown. At Torrljos, In Par
agua province, .nother Important flght
has occurred lu which tho American
commander was badly wounded and
taken prisoner with all his men. It Is
alleged the Americans rctatllatcd b'y
seizing 500 unarmed peasants on tho
Island of Marlndaque, thus preventing
the harvesting of the Ucc crop.
Are Being Sent tp the Filipino
Knoxvlle, Tcnn., Nov. 0. (Spl.) A
letter Just received here from James
Webb, a Tenuobseo volunteer at Ma
nila, brings Information that the rill
pinos nro more active than for weeks.
-' ThedottvC aled:Btateshat4hi!iiexclr:
For a Place In McKinley's Official
Chicago, Ills., Nov, 0. (Spl.) Ilcnry
O. Payne, of Milwaukee, Is being
talked of at National Republican
headquarters, as the probable succes
sor of Postmaster General Smith.
Mr. Payne, during both of tho Mc
Klnlcy campaigns acted as vlco chair
man of the Republican Natlounl Exec
utive "commltteo-and as National com
mitteeman from Wisconsin. Many
credit him with having been tho real
manager" of both campaigns with Sen-
The high grade, purify and unsurpaaolng
delicacy of the
Combined with the popular prices at which we offer them,
is making this department one of the
Best in Our Establishment.
Paid For a Terrible
Richard Gardiner, Colored, Met Death
Columbus, O., Nor. 0. (Spl.) Illch
aid Gaidlner, colored, mot death
bravely In tho electrocution chamber
of tho Ohio penitentiary shortly after
midnight for criminally assaulting and
murdering llttlo Ethel Long In Koss
county. Ills victim's father and grand
father begged to bo allowpd to witness
the execution but Gardiner was tho
only one who could grant tho request
and ho refused.
Gardiner bade those present good
byo In a steady voice, and Just as tho
black cap was adjusted, mummurca:
"God Is love," dying in the hopo ot
Only one contact was made, lu placo
ot a number in quick succession, as
heretofore, but Gardiner died instantly
and painlessly. The contact was long
er than usual to Insuro death, and
there was a faint iodor of burning flesh.
Evening Item Has Passed From the
Stage of Action.
Massillon, O., Nov. 0.(Spl.) Tha
Evening Item, a dally paper published
for two years by Gen. Jacob S. Coxey,
has suspended publication. The Issuo
of Thuibday was the last.
Body of a Pittsburg Man Found In
Canton, O., Nov. 0.-(Spl.) Tho body
of James Flynu of Pittsburg, Pa., was
found near a small pond In the west
ern part of the city -late yesterday af
ternoon, lie had been here four weeks.
It Is believed that he fell into tho edgo
of the water while intoxicated. Flynn
was 82 years of ago. '
LA It LUUAL.
Officer Robert Gulllct commenced to
day to take a two weeks,' vacation.
Saloonlst John Shaefer reported to
police headquarters that a number of
pool balls vero stolen from his placo
Tho City Commissioners havo re
quested tho railroad companies to place
gates at the Intersection of the rail
roads and Buchtel ave.
Mr. John Sanderson was granted per
mission by tho City Commissioners to
construct a brick hide walk In fiont
of his residence at 302 South Arlington
II II Si I
Of Bryan's Campaign
Will Keep .Party Ma
Will be Maintained
Until the Next Prcsidental
Race Is On.
Those Opposed to Bryan Will Not Se
Chicago, Nov. 0. (Spl.) The Bryan
Democrats on the national committee
proposo to arrange matters so that the
wing of tho pj rty In the eastern states
and those who opposed Biyan In 180G,
shall have but llttlo opportunity to
rogaln control of the party machinery
before tho next national convention.
To keep ,the present set of managers
In active control of tho party and also
to keep the organization In bhnpe for
another campaign, It has been decided
to maintain permanent national head
quarters in Chicago, In chaige of J. G.
Johnson, chairman of the executlvo
committee, and C. A. Wash, secretary
of tho national committee. One reason
for opening permanent headquarters is
tho desire of the party managers to
sustain the ways and means commit
tee, which raised for the national com.
nilttco all the money used In the na
tional campaign. The management of
the ways and means bureau will bo
In charge, probably, of W. H. HInrlch
sen, of Jacksonville, who has managed
this part of tho national committee's
busluc&s for a year or more.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 0. (Spl.) Tho
official count which begins today will
determine the plurality for Beckham.
Republicans organs today concede him
eleen hundred on the returns al
ready In. The Democrntb claim over
1,000. Republican charges of frauds
are mostly in tho First, Third and
Graves, Xlvlngstouc, .Breathitt, War
len, Franklin, Simpson, Logan, Whit
ley, Todd, Lawrence and Davits arc
among tho counties designated. TUo
Republicans say they will make a
fight in these places.
Gave Republican Candidates Big
Topeka, Kas., Nov. 0. (Spl.) Tbo
complete returns from Kansas for the
electoral ticket and Governor are:
Maajorlty for McKlnley, 23,815; for
In North Dakota Carried by Mc
Kinley. Fargo, North Dakota, Nov. 9. (Spl.)
Latest returns show that North Da
kota holds an unequal record among
tho States in that every county In tho
tho State is claimed to have given a
inojoilty for McKlnley, tho lowest be
ing carried by 23 votes.
In the Standing of the Electoral
Chicago, Ills., Nov. 0.-(Spl.) Tho
final standing of electoral college pre
sents no changes fiom pievlous re
ports. Total elcctoial voto is 447, with
224 necessary to a choice. McKln
ley will rccelvo 202; Bryan 155.
Of Few Weeks Died In Pitt. burg
A letter received Friday morning
from W. T. Martin, tho reporter for tho
Democrat, injured Aug. 31, announces
that J. II. Moore, hts brother-in-law,
died Thursday at PIttsbuig, from an
attack of typhoid fever. He was mar
ried recently to Miss Flora Martin,
who was in this city during her broth
cr's stay at tho hospital.
HAUFF-ao Mr. and Mis. Frank
Ilauff, 1311 South High St., Tuesday,
Nov. CO, a son.
WEBDlt-To Mr, and Mrs John
Weber, luri Coventry1 &t.. Sunday, Nov,
4, a son.
Largost Exclusive Dry
Goods Storo in Akron,
Wo havo bought a largo
lot of now, stylish. cloaks
from ft manufacture? nt'n
groat reduction. TherdwlU
be gonuluo bargain giving
In our cloak department Sat
urday. UNDERWEAR lor every
body. The values we gjve
In undorwoar Cannot bo
BBD-DIHG of oveiy kind,
large assortment. Blankets,
Comforts, Spreadar Sheets
and Cases nt JtVwflttfprIces.
CURTAINS and RUGS.' Wo
want you to noe out line be
fore you buy j
In the City's ffiire De
partment Will be Examined, Thurs
Over Twenty (tyejiJkVil! be'Ap--rf,
To Fill Positions In the New Fire
At Friday morning's session of tho
Board of City Commissioners, upon
tho recommendation f tho Firo and
Water committee, It was decided to
hold the examination of applicants
for positions iu the flie department on
Thursday, Nov. 22, at No. 1 engine
Tho Commissioners havo not agreed
upon tho exact number of additional
tireroen who will bo given positions,
but 20 or more, who nro able to pass,
the examination, will probably be em
The Board now has two plans under
consldeiation in relation to employing
firemen for tha now stations now be
tThe first plan Is to fill the positions
for the now stations, with stationary,
full pay firemen, or the same as tho
eight men employed at present at the
No. 4 station. This would require
tho appointment of about 22 additional
firemen in the city.
Tho other plan Is the employment
of call men in nddltlon to a number
of full pay firemen. If tho latter plan
Is endorsed by tho Board, appoint
ments will bo made for tho now Are
station stations as follows:
Station No. 5, will havo 0 station
ary and 4 call men.
Salon No. 3, 0 stationary; 8 call.
Station No. 3, 0 stationary; 3 call.
A CHEMIST SPBAKS
Of rredlgested Food.
"After having tested and tried overy
form of predlgested food on tho mar
ket, and experimenting in my own fam
ily, lny attention was attracted to an
artlclo headed 'Brawny Scots' Diet,
mentioning eggs and Grape-Nuts. I
carefully tested the now food and fin
ally began Its liso lu my family, with
jnoqt giatlfying results.
"My little hoy at that time was n
pale, anaemic child and very poorly
nourished. Now, thanks to Grape
Nuts, ho Is as fine a specimen of in
fantile strength ns I could wish for.
My own peisonal experience means
rnuch to me. For some years I was
troubled with dyspepsia; that Is, I
could nqt eat biead or any, prepara
tlon of bolted wheat flour, such as
cnKo or any of the starchy prepara
tions, without a lit of indigestion,
sour atowach, costlveness, and head.
"As soon as I quit that sort of food
and used Grape-Nuts, which has the
starchy part predlgested, I began to
recover. The change has been remark
able. I formerly weighed 122 pounds
and now weigh' 187. Am strong, have
roor nervo force than I ever posessed,
plipqtlte perfect, sleep sound and can
pilduro any amount of work. I know
exadlly where tho change 1ms como
from, and il is from your truly sclcn
tlfic nm wonderful food, which Is
worthy of tho hlghojt commendation.'.'
Ohas, B. Trior, 0. of P. Class '01, Mid
lrtown, N. V.
ME 155-167 S. Howard st. pjl
KJ Arcade Block1' M
Will Hold Forth
At the Same Old Stand
For Some Time.
Townships Killed Court
Commissioners Will issue
Bonds For New Jail.
Proposition Carried By Narrow Mar
ginSome Problems Ahoad.
The County Commissioner! have
completed the count of the votes cast
on the propositions to issue bonds for
the erection of a new Court House and
a new jail.
The first was defeated by 1C18.
The second carried by 33. Iu the- city
tho people were favorable to both prop
ositions. Outside tlfe city they wero
slaughtered. In Akron the Court
Hoiibo proposition carried by 1071.
Outside It was dofeatcd by 2C02. There
was a majority of 1801 In favor of a
new jail in Akron. Jn the townships
the majority agalpsfi the proposition
was 185S. .
Tho County Commissioners will con
sider tho jail prftblem Monday- Un
der the law they are forced to Issuo
bonds at once. PlanB have never been
prepared for, tho structure and the
cost has not been considered. It Is a
question whether the same site will
be used. Some suggest that the jail
be transfered to the southeast corner
of tho Court yard. , '
The most troublesome question be
foro the Commissioners now Is to pro
VIdo room for the new Judge In tub
sub-district. Judge Hayden will be In
Akron a great share of his time. As
(t te at present there Is no place for
Ulmto hold court. It is probable that
an addition "will-be huilt to tbeJilstorlc
To Locate Sheriff.
Went to Waynesburg For
By the Attorneys For
Claimed He Was In His Room
Wife Aslts For Alimony and Divorce
The authorities have beeu endeavor
ing to locate Sheriff Kelly who left last
night for Massillon and waynesnurg.
Ho intended to visit tho stato asylum
for the insane at the first named place,
having George Dals In charge. From
there ho oxpectcd to go to Waynes
burg to get Mrs. William Oast, who Is
wanted as a witness for tho defense lu
the caso of tho Stato vs. lSduumd Ep
pley. Tho Sheriff, at noon, had not been
found. They wero particularly anx
ious io find him as ho know nothing
of the death of Deputy Sheriff Stoue.
Wheu Shorllf Kelly left Akron Stone
wab apparently lu tho best of health.
Kdmund Dpploy, who Is on trial,
charged with tho use of dynamite tho
night of tho liots, has endeavored to
establish tho faqt that he was In bin
room at -104 S. High &t., at 10 o'clock
that night and that ho did not leavo
homo after that hour, Fiiday morning
ho took the stand in his. own behalf.
Miss Header, who lived at tho same
placo denied tho story told by Eppley.
She said that ho was not heard about
the house. Other witnesses wero In.
troduced, by the stato 'who claimed
that they saw Epptfr on the street
prior to and during tVo riot.
DIVORCES AND ALIMONY,
Anule Fahey has filed a petition
asking for o dlvoico and alimony. Sho
allrges that her husband, James Fahey
has ncgloctcd to support her and that
ho litis been cruel to her. Shu says
that ho has dragged her from bed by
ivi. 0'ine:ii& co.
Near Seal and
0'rsE3L & co.
her hair and feet and that he has been
Cruel In many other ways. She says
that he Is employed by the Erie rail
load and that ho has money due him
for services. She names tho company
as a defendant and asks that it bo
enjoined from paying him anything
until the final hearing of tho case.
A citation has been Issued directing
William G. Good and Henry reuchter,
administrators of tho estate of Jacob
Good to tile an account by Nov. 20.
Tho case of Arthur Morgan vs T. J.
Snyder, has been dismissed because of
of th cfailuie of the plaintiff to prose
cute the rame.
Struck In Sand Fork
; OiLField. .,
Flowing 250 Barrels an Hour
Fortune For Owners.
Information reached this city Fri
day that has sent the stock of the
Sand Fork Oil & Gas company sky
ward. The South Penn Oil company, own
ing the land adjoining that of tho
Akron company, shot nnother well
Thuisday afternoon In tho Sand Fork
oil field. It Is situated in Lewis coun
ty, W. Va. It is flowiug 250 barrels
The owners of the well receive of
tho oil and the farmer owning tho laud
1-8. At tho present rate tho farmer
receives ?S25 per day and tho owners
1 y". a-1: 8" J" J"- H'. Sto' a?- & S
We will sell all tho latest Fall and Winter
and colors Stiff and Soft
Vt Tir f tf- nn
; Underwear has captured the town, and we nro en-
civ tiroly without comparable competition whon yon a
j speak of being suited and fitted for your supply of j-p
iv Winter Underwear. Wo can suit you better than jj
M any one else, because wo handle every imaginable j
viv stylo, shape, color, make or kind you may want. h
ii Our Balbricgan, Flannel, Derby Ribbed, Wool and h
?if and Silk JJleece Merino, .Natural Wool, bukehne
i and Fancy Striped Balbriggan, range in price from m
50o to ijpa.OO.
aun o VVF.
To Order and
Ready to Wear
. . .
In all the Desirable Furs
'of th veil 55,700. This i.ropmy is
within a stone's throw of that ot the
i Sand Fork Oil & Gas company,
' of u lilch Anson II. Russell In the gen
failed to Appear In Police Court
Frank Bonestelli, the Italian arrested
Monday, Nov. D, upon the affidavit of
James Cardarelll, charging him with
perjury, failed to make his appear
ance in court when his case was call
ed up for preliminary hearing in po
lice court Trlday morning,.
Bonestelli is charged with making
affidavit in Probate court that Calvator
Slcata, a native of Italy, had lived
( in America for five years past, which
entitled him to receive naturalization
papers, when It is alleged that he has
Acting Mayor Hoffman continued the
cue until Saturdaj morning.-
Tho case against August Maahs,
charged with calling Andrew Adron
names, was dismissed, ami Adron or
dered to pay the costs.
Louis Deasem, charged with disorder
ly conduct, pleaded not guilty. Tho
case was continued until Saturday.
James Butler, charged with intoxica
tion, pleaded guilty. He was fined ?2
STONE Simon M. Stone, aged 53
years, 30 months and 3 daye, died at
1 o'clock Friday morning at his resi
dence, IOC" S. Main st. Death was
duo to heart disease.
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