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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1901
Frequent In Satur
Akron Teams Won Both
Simms and Palmer Have
Sporting Notes of Brevity and
Before a crowd of about 100 pcrBons
the N. E. A. 0. tooU a fall out of tho
Canton Athletic Club team at Sum
mit Lako Saturday, by a scoro of 11
Although the North End's goal was
never threatened, tho victory did not
reflect very much credit upon them an
they, tt well as the Canton boyH, play
ed rather slow football, and although
their forniatloiiH were well made, they
were very idow gutting started and did
much fumbling. Tho Canton boys
wero rather lighter than their oppon
ents and showed lack of team work.
Sovernl of their legular mon wero out
of tho game and tho subs wero gleen
players. Tlioy hud not much opportun
lty to show what they could do in
offensive play as they invailably lost
tho ball on fumbles when they secured
It North Ends kicked off at 3:30 and
almost Immediately got tho ball on a
fumblo and on gains by Boduhr, Ua
8ldy and Deltz took tho ball to Can
ton's three-yard lino where Cassidy
mado a touchdown. Hardy failed goal.
Time, 0 minutes.
Straight football wns tho rulo during
tho remainder of tho llrst half and al
though Finn, Deltz, DitUior and Cns
Bldy mado good gains wero uiiablo to
Bcoro and tho llrst half ended with tho
ball on tho North End's 25-ynul line,
after a line run by llcdulir for 25 yards
uround left end.
McDerniott mado a poor kick off
and North End got tho ball lu tho
center of tho Held, and tho hardest
playing of tho game took placo during
tho next 10 minutes. North Ends de
pended principally upon mans plays
and by steady lino bucking, cnrrluu
tho ball over for a touch down; Cassidy
kicked goal. Hardy had to rutlro
' with a sprained shoulder and Voile
took his placu and did good woik dur
ing tho latter part of tho game. Noitli
End took tho ba 1 to Canton's two
yard line on good gains by llodnhr,
Coqsldy, Deltz and Finn, but Finn lost
tho ball on a fumble, when another
touchdown seemed sure, and Canton's
full back mado live yards thiough cen.
ter just as tlmu was called. Scoro
North Ends, 11; Canton, 0.
Canton. North Ends.
Powltsskl l.e Murphy
Robb 1. t Dlctz
Ilorgcr 1. g Rlttner
Uofer c Porker
Htiuiton q Hayes
Rolloy r. e Doonon
llergor r. t llcdulir
Kell r. b Finn
Totnbaugh 1. h Hardy-Volk
Thomphon r. h Oassldy.Capt
MeDoruiott Capt ,f. I Nelan
Touchdown Cassidy, 2. Oimls -
Cosaldy, 1; failed goal-Hardy. Ref
eree, Knapp. Uinpiie, Williams.
Linesmen, Polllkowsky and ltou. Time.
koepoifl, Bchoenberger and Leighlon,
Time of bulveg 10 minutes.
siLER will referee.
npnrirn Slim tvlll rufitr.fei tltn nmiilitr
fight between Slmms ami Dully at
Detroit. Tha abjections mado by the
Akron man ngalnst Miliaria Hogau of
Chicago have bevq successful and the
Detection of Slier Is pleasing to Slmms.
The Grays, wIiohu averngo weight
is llttlo more than 130 pounds, played
tho 145 pound second team of tho
North Ends, Kutiuday. W. Jennings,
for the Grnya mado tho llrst touch.
down In three minutes of play. The
flna, score was 5 and 5.
Tho Altro.i teams continue to fumble
as though that wore as much a part
of the gamo us double puse or slg
nal, and with ... the practice they
have hod, they do not seem to 1m-
prove-. The Jact that tho visiting
teams ecem to havo the sumo falling
'to an extent that does away with the
possibility of good football, seems
Jndlcato that tho falling Is not alono
(Bopflned to Akron teams.
1b6 gamo Saturday between South
- Jtod and the Cleveland Athletic club
'. J i, . i in ,.. - .
, a beautiful exhibition of fun,,,.
'inr an aituougu uie local eleven w. Chase, M, V., ore on every pack--'!
hv tho narrow mnrirln of nun ntra. J --w. . .
Of health has no uniformed guardians
of Its peace. If it had there would be
arrests innumerable in every restaurant
every day 'of the year. Doth in the
quantity and qunllty of the food they
lat aul in the manner of its consump
tion men nnu
laws of hcilth
will not heed,
not escape her pun
ishments, and dys
pepsia or stomach
"trouble" Is the inva
riable penalty of core
There is no other
medicine for diseases
of the .stomach and
allied orgaiiH of di
gestion and nutrition
which can compare
with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medicnl Dis
covery. It cure3
these diseases perfect
ly and permanently,
and enables the build
ing up of the whole
body into vigorous health.
I took two bottle of Dr. I'lerec's Goiacu
Medical DlKovery for utomnch trouble," writes
Clirence Camel, Uiq , of Tavlorstowii, I.oudoun
Co . Va. IK did luc so much good tlint I didn't
take ntiy more. 1 can eat most anything now.
I am 80 well pleased with It I hardly know how
to thank you for your kind Information. I
tried a whole lot of thlngi before I wrote to
you. There was a gentleman told me alraiit
your medicine, how It had cured his wire. I
thought I would try a lottle of It. I am glad I
did, for I don't know what I would have done
if it had not been for Br. rletcc's Golden Med
Dr. I'ietct'a Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation. point tho victory was fraught with
but a small part of the glory that
would havo conic from a well played
G. A. 0. kicked off," and Uie Initial
fumblo was then mado by tho South
Olmmbciliilii punted tho ball straight
Into tho air and C. A. 0. got It and
worked It over for tho llrst touch down
after a half mlnnto of playing. They
failed to kick goal. This was tho end
of tho scoring for the llrst half. The
rest consisted of many fumbles, efforts
on tho part of Chamberlain to kick 'tho
pigskin cover to smithereens and a
hugo argument over a touch down
that was claimed by South End, but
which was lost by rouhon of an oft
Tho second,, Jinlf was only ton min
utes long, but in that tlmo South Euu
micccecfed lu scoring niul kicking goal.
This inndo tjio score 0-5 In her favor.
South End bucked well, but her Inabil
ity to hold tho boll wu9 a bad featuto.
Tho llno-up lollnwfi;
South End-vrisher,"r. c; Jones, r.
h.; Peterson, rvt,; Smith, r. g.; Smetts,
center; Ito.ss, 1. g-,; Phjlllps, 1. t; Fa
lor, 1 h.; Yorrlck, 1 o; Collcy, quarter;
Chamberlain,, f. b,
O. A. 0. I Boujegk, r. e.; Dozort, r.
h.; Kuccra, r t.; Clark, r. g.; Wundo
lock, center; HegRn, 1 g.; FIcht; 1. t.;
Havel, J."bj Glasln, 1, o.; Door, quar
tor; Bebout, f. f).
Art Slmms, nccoinpimlpil by .Inck
Palmer and Charley Ghent, loft for
Detroit nt 8:52 Monday morning, Be
foro going Blimps win seen by a re
porter and snys that ho Is In excellent
condition and although tho light with
Duffy will )nenn clean breaks, tho re
sult will bo; different than tho one at
Cincinnati, Slmms soys ho lost his
head when ho fought that Furoy would
not come to bliu and light and that
ho tried to whip him all at once. Tho
fact that ho could not hit In tho bleak
away wui another featuro of tho con
test that pu..led tho Aid on man and
Hindu liliti light lu tho maimer that ho
did. . . .
Ho soys that he could havo mado
tho fight decisive anyway, If ho had
not let hits temper get away with blm,
but nftqr finding that Furoy's light
was mostly1 dofelifllvo and that ho
would not lend, Slmms throw all cau
tion nud gQiicralshlp to tho wlnus and
THERE ARE MANY ROADS.
The Finger Posts Marking tho Many By
-lL- -i rt - - i tt l, ...
pains 01 rreSBM UHy irOUOieS, All beem
to Point tha Same Way Lack of
Day by day tlio columns of this pa-
per bring nmv evidence from Akrou.
people of the greut(work being done by
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nojmi piiIhw1iv
thev ac6iiitillMh muni. iu ....uiw ..-r.'
plained. They aro ptepured with un
eye slnglo to routining nerve foico.
y accomplish this objet which uo
otuer Medicine I" the world has over
l'f" fcaW6 to rto," That's why hundreds
ot J.X.e of ffi "iSr"!? '
Akron, O., nayst "Duo to a nervous
affection, I had for Aomo sit months
ft Iin,n '" Ul lmcU 0( tlll neutl ot a
2,'8tTTU typ0, l Wns tolrt Dr A' W
vouB uystom nud got a bo at Lampar.
ter8 drug stoio on South Howard st.
0I1(l l n,n B,atl t0 8,y it did,
: h1v hlul "? t,rmil), OT Pnn slnco I
to ZT " ?""' Z n L" T '.' '
to recommend It to others as a flno
Dr- A.-W. Chase's Nervo Pills are
"Tla BOcn J'0?" fttJ ?en,c,rs' or r- A-
'V. Ohaso Medic no Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
fipo thnt portra(t J, J J
REAR ADMIRAL SCHLEY.
Ab he appeared while testlfylug-S hlelded Sampson and Tralsed his Foes.
waded In. Tho result was that ov
cry tlmo they came together, Furoy
would clinch and hang on. The fact
that Art could not light him loose
mnde every clinch a rest for' Furey.
who hung on until the referee pulled
him away. Slmms promises a differ
ent story from Detroit. Ho will nr
rango for the returns being bent to
Akron by rounds and there will bo no
such hitch In geltlng news nt the
Arena as there was at tho time of tho
Cincinnati light. Art will arrange this
almost as Boon us he gets to Detroit.
Palmer, who Is with him, has been
working hard and expects to do good
woik against Tommy Gibson, In one
of tho preliminaries for tho main go.
THE WADSWORTH SHOW.
Tho wrestling mntcu and nthletlc
entertainment at Wndsworth, where
Frank Davey will go against Harry
Smith, of 'Now York, will take placo
Tuesday night Instead of Thuisday
night, us was unfortunately announced
lu Saturday's Domoctnt, by mistake.
The promoter of tho matches and tho
wrestlers themselves aro working hard
for tho success of 'the show, both as a
show and In a financial way. Good
nrellmlnarlea will help the thing
along and tho main bout will bo be
tween men of reputation, so that there
Is no doubt that tho tpoit,will be In
teresting. JEFFRIES TALKS SOME MORE.
Jeffries is much worked up over tho
report that Fltzshninous may light
Shiukey, and tho ledoubtnble. James
wants to know why Robert does not
direct a challenge to tho winner or
tho coming light In 'Frisco. Jeffries
Regards FltzslmmoiiH' natlou as an
effoit to dodgo a light with a good
man and ho says tho Australian is
looking for an easy mail:.
Tho football team of the Star Athlet
ic club uofeated two tea urn on consee-
utlvo days. On Satin day thoy shut
out tho Yales by a scoro of 5-0, and on
Sunday thoy beat the Carrolls by a
scoio of UO. Roth games wero play
ed on tho Long st, grounds.
Tho Stars now claim to be tho 130
pound champions of the city, uiid are
anxious to meet any team that may
dispute tho assertion.
Ruchtel academy football team will
shortly be strengthened by -the addi
tion of Ruck Washer nt ouo half,
Tho Young West Ends defeated the
Young South Ends at the Holland
grounds Saturday by a scoro of 75-0,
Tho Centrals went down boforo tho
East Akron Blues Saturday by a score
of 12 0. This makes tho chances of
i tho Cimtrnln win, nvnr-nf tn nmnt Min
.-.. , ..,. -...,...,. . .Wv .
North Ends soon, look very slim.
li loolH 9 tIl0UKu "l0 North End
' club will engineer the wrestling
nmteh between Tom Jenkins and some
othlT Bood U1IU)( lf a m ,B arraUKL,d
for Akron. Mllo Williams and George
Tuohey uie still In communication.
Stricken W lib Pirnlvcsl
"i tt iiu i.iiitiysbi.
nonderson Grlmett, of this place,
was strfeken with partial paralysis
St " f "U
llml sll,u' Afcr Uol',K tront,Jd b' l,n
0,ll,l,t'1t physician for quite a while
without relief, my wlfo recommended
Chamberlain's Pulu Balm, nnd after
' 'wo bottles of ,t ho Is a.niost en-
tlu'lr cul-ea'-0- McDonald, Man,
IBnu county, W, Va, Several oher
very remarkahlo cures of partial par-
alysls havo been effected by tho uso
f this liniment.
It Is most widely
known, however, as a euro for rheuma
tism, sprains and bruises. For salo by
all druggists, E, fltolubachcr & Co.,
Democrat Llnor CcJunins effect
quick exchanges between bargain
glverB and bagalu-scekeia.
For the N. 0. T. Co.
South Akron Citizens Insist on a
At the next meeting of Council tho
N. O. T. Co., will present an appli
cation for a franchise to build a lino
from Its Main St., tracks through
South Aloron to connect with tho
Boulevard line. A similar application
was presented to the City Conunlsslon
cis several weeks ago, but was with
dtawn. Tho company baa now do
elded to build this line, m South Ak
ron citizens hnvo repeatedly asked for
It and expressed their regret strong
ly when tho company withdrew Its
application for u franchise.
To build this lino will mean considerable-
.expense, as the route passes over
some maishy land that will require a
pllo foundation for track!,. This lino,
will also require a br!d across tho
canal. Webster, C.imp Lane, and
tho properties of tho'nujv rubber In
dustries lu South Atfi'611, aro very
anxious that, the Hue pa built.
A Typical South African Store,
O. It, Larson, of Bay Villa, Sundays
River, Capo Colony, contjuets a storo
typical of South Africa, tit which can
bo purchased anything from tho pro
vciblal "needle to nn anchor." This
storo Is situated In a valley nine miles
from tho nearest railway station and
about tweuty-flte miles from the near
est town. Mr. Larson Bays: "I am fav
ored with tho custom of farmers with
in a radius of thirty miles, to many of
whom I have supplied Chamberlain's
remedies. All testify to their valuo
lu a household where a doctor's ad
vice Is almost out of tho question.
Within ono mile of my store, the pop
ulation Is pei haps sixty, Of theso,
within the past twelvo months, no less
tlmu fourteen have been absolutely
cured by Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. This must surely bo a record."
For salo by nil druggists, E. Stelu
bacher & Co., wholesalo agents.
Closing Chapter of Mysterious
Lima, O., Oct. 2S.-Tlio concluding
chapter of tho mysterious robbery of
over $18,000 from Uo vnulta of tho
now defunct American National Bank
two years ugo last Christmas camo
when Gnu Kalb, Oashlor of tho bank
at tho time, and N. t. Michael, vlco
president, paid Couuty, Clerk Sullivan
$10,880.71 each, the amounjs of judg
ment secured ngalnst them for being
responsible for tho safely of tho funds,
Tho suit wns brought by the stock
holders and was sustained by tho
A peculiar circumstance Is that after
tho robbery Kalb bought nearly, nil
of tho stockholders out, but thoy had
contracted to glvo the attorneys' 80
per cent of the" Judgment secured, and
now Kalb Is forced to pay attorneys'
fees for collecting a judgment against
What Disease Produces Most Mjsery.
If tho amount of mlsory cause by
different dUeiibes could bo estimated,
It would bo found tho portion caused by
heudacho would outweigh any other,
and perhaps equal all combined. Im
mediate relief Is afforded by Gllulc
Headacho Wafers, perfectly safe, eas
ily taken uud do not depress. 10c at
all druBtl8ts. i ,
SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION FOR
TO BE HELD ON
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1001.
The State of Ohlo.Sunimlt county, ss.
To the Qnallfled Electors of Summit
county, Ohio, greeting:
Whereas, By tho laws of tho stato
of Ohio, providing for holding and
conducting of state, Judicial, legisla
tive and county elections (seo bcctlons
2,007, 2,078 and 2,070 of tho revised
statutes of Ohio, and tho 'acts amend
atory thereto) It Is made tho duty of
tho sheriff of the county to glvo no
tice before the time of holding a gen
eral election, by proclamation throtign
out his county oi the tlmo and placo
at which sucn election shall be holdcu,
Therefore, in pursuance of law, x,
FRANK G. KELLY, sheriff of Sum
mlt county, Ohio, do hereby proclaim
and make knowu that on
TUESDAY, NOV. 5, A. D., 1001,
that being the Tuesday next after the
llrst Monday In November, and Is, by
tho constitution and laws of the stato
of Ohio, tho appointed day on which
tho qualified electors of said Summit
couuty, Ohio, shall meet In their re
spective townships, wards and elec
tion precincts, at their usual and prop
er places of holding elections, between
the hours of 5:30 o'clock a. m. nnd 5:30
o'clock p. m according to standard
time, of snld day, and proceed accord
lug to the provisions of said law to
vote for tho following officers, to-wlt:
One person forGoveruor of tho Stato
One person for Lieutenant Governor
of the State of Ohio.
Ouo person for Attorney General
of the Stato of Ohio.
One rierson for Jutlgo of the Su
premo Court of tho State of Ohio.
Ouo pel son for Clerk of tho Su
premo Court of tho State of Ohio.
Ouo person for Stato Treasuier of
tho State of Ohio.
Ono person for Member of State
Board of Public Works, of the Stato
One person for Common Pleas Judgo
for1 tho Second Subdivision of 'tho
Fourth Judicial District of the State of
Ohio, composed of tho counties of
Summit, Medlua, and Lorain.
Ono person for State Senator for
the" Twenty-fourth ami Twenty-sixth
Joint Senatorial District, composed of
tho counties of Summit, Portnge, Go-
uuga, i.ukc aim Asutnuuio.
' COUNTY OFFICERS:
Two persons for Stato Representa
tives for Summit county, Ohio.
Ouo person for Prosecuting Attor
ney for Summit county, Ohio.
One person for County Auditor for
Summit county, Ohio.
Ono person for County Surveyor for
Summit county, Ohio.
Ono person for County Commissioner
for Summit county, Ohio.
One person for Infirmary Director
for Summit county, Oilo.
In testimony whereof this proclama.
ton is given under my hand and seal,
oftlclally; at the Sheriff's otllce, in the
city of Akron, county of Summit and
State of Ohio, this Oth day of October,
A. p,, 1001.
FRANK G. KELLY,
Sheriff of Summit county, Ohio.
Oct 21-28-Nov 2
FOR HOLDING '
A. D. 1902.
State of Ohio, Eighth Judicial Circuit.
It Is ordered that the tlmo of the
beginning" of the terms of the Circuit
Court of tho several counties In said
circuit for the year 1002 bo fixed ns
Cuyahoga county on the 13th day ot
January and tho 20th day ot October.
ISunlmlt county, on tho 14th nay of
April and the 22nd day of September.
Lorain county on tho 28th day of
April and tho flth day of October.
Medltia county on tho 5th day ot
May and the' 13th day of October.
Said terms to hegln nt 0 o'clock o. in.
Sept. 17th, 1001.
II. J. CALDWELL,
JOHN O. HALE,
' U. L. MARVIN,
West and Southwest, via Erie R. R.,
Nov. 6th anil 10th, Dec. 3rd and 17th;
good returning 21 days from date.
For tickets and further Information
seo O. D. Honodle, Ticket Agent,
Union depot, Akron, O.
West and Southwest, via B & O.
R. R., Nov. 5th and 10th, Dec. 3rd
and 17th; good returning 21 dnys from
date. iFor tickets and further luforma
tlon seo O. D. Honodle, Ticket Agent,
Union depot, Akron, O.
West nnd Southwest, via C A. & O.
R, R., Nov. Bth and 10th, Dec. 3rd
and 17th; good returning 21 days from
data For tickets and further Informa
tion Bcp O, p. Honodlo, Ticket Agcut,
Union dopoti'AJcronr O.
To Edward A. Hcrshcy:
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for t)io county of Summit
and Stale of Ohio: It Is ordered, that
the courts of tho FOURTH JUDICIAL
DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF
OHIO, for the year 1002, commence
and bo held as follows:
IN THE COUNTY OE ERIE.
On Monday', January 0, 1002, Judgo
On Tucsdayf April 8, 1002, Judge
On Monday, September 22, 1002,
IN THE COUNTY OF HURON.
On Monday, January 0, 1002, Judge
On Tuesday, v April 8, 1002, Judgo
On Mouday, October 0, 1002, Judge
IN THE COUNTY OF LUCAS.
On Monday, January 0, 1002, Judgo
J. A. Baiber.
On Tuesday, April 1, 1002, Judgo
I. P. Pugsley.v
On Monday, September 22, 1002,
Judgo L. W. Mortis and Judge R. R.
IN THE COUNTY OF SANDUSKY.
On Monday, January 0, 1002, Judge
On Monday, April 14, 1002, Judge
On Monday, October 0, 1002, Judge
IN THE COUNTY OF OTTAWA.
On Monday, February 24, 1002, Judge
On Monday, Juno 10, 1002, Judge
On Monday, November 17, 1002,
IN THE COUNTY OF LORAIN.
February 17, 1002
On Monday, May 12, 1002, Judge
On Monday, October 20, 1002, Judgo
D. J. Nye and his successor
IN THE COUNTY OF MEDINA.
On Monday, January 0, 1002, Judge
J. A, Kohler, '
On Monday, April 7, 1002, Judgo
On .Monday, September 15, 1002,
Judgo David J. Nyo and his succes
sor. IN THE COUNTY OF SUMMIT.
On Monday, January 13, 1002, Judgo
J. A. Kohler.
On Monday, April 28, 1002, Judge
Geo. Hayden. '
On Monday, October 0, 1002, Judgo
David J. Nye and his successor.
IN THE COUNTY OF CUYAHOGA.
Oh Monday, January 0, 1002, Judges
Dlssette, Striniiiie. '
On Monday, April 7, 1002. Judges
On Monday, July 7, 1002, Judgo
On .Monday, September 22, 1002,
Judges, Stouo and Phillips. ,
Witness, tho oillclal signatures of
a majority of the Judges of tho Court
of Common Pleas of said Fourth Ju
dicial DIstiiet, nt tho office of tho
Clerk or said court In tho city of
Cleveland in said Cuynhoga county,
this 15th day of October, A. D 1001.
DA VII) J. NYE,
S. A. W1LDMAN,
H. G. BUCKLAND,
FWANK H. DELLENBAUGn,
W. B. NEFF, "
S. S. FORD.
J. A. KOHLER,' -
THEO. Vf. STRIMPLE,
CARLO'S M. STONE,
G, K. DISSETTE, '
GEO. L. PHILLIPS.
At said meeting of said' Judges of
sold Fourth Judicial District held at
Cleveland, Ohio, oiv tho date afore
said, Judgo, T, A. Kohler .was by said
Judges designated as tho presiding
Judgo for tho npx't piiBUJng year.
DAVID J. NYE,
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Cook's personally' conducted tours.
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Dally; all others dally except
Sunday. Ceutral Standard
ERIE RAILROAD CO.
No. 1 Expibss S:33 ptd
No. 5 Limited vestibule. ...7:08 am,
No. 15 To Akron only 0:35 am
No. 13 Chicago express,
Mondays to Gallpn only. .. .12:20 pm
No. 45 Ohio expicss to Akron
only 3:43 pm
No. 3 Pacific express 0:50 pm
No. 37 Accommodation 0:40 am
No. 40 Exposition express.. 0:00 am
No. 14 To Meadvlllo 2:20 am
No. 8 Limited vestibule... 1:31 am
No. 12 Express to N. Y 8:54 am
No. 4 New York special. .. .12:50 pm
No. 10 Jamestown express., 4:30 pm
No. 38. Accommodation 4:00 pm
Cln Columbus and Clow. 0.-05 am
Akron and Plttsbulg 8:20 am
Col., Mlllersburg &. Clove... 11:38 am
Cln. Col. and Cleveland 4:25 pm
Pitts., Bal., Wash & N. Y 4:17pm
Clcve., Col. and Cincinnati. , 0:35am
New York, Pltt3. & AkrOn
(runs only to Baiberton).. 11:10 am
Cleve. Mlllersburg and Col.,
Clove, Col. & Cln 8:53pm
(daily except Sunday).... 2:53pm
Pittsburg and Akron (runs
only to Akron) 8:10 pm
Dully, all others dally except Sun-
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
Union Depot, Market Street
TlOln. Fostoila & Chicago.. 10:10 am
Chicago, vestibuled. Ltd... 11:10 pm
Arrive irom the West
Chicago and New Yoik ves
tibuled, limited l:50am
Chicago & Pittsburg 0:30 am
Chicago, Akron and Cleve
land 8:10 pm
Tiffin, Fostorla & Chicago. .7:35 pm
Dally, all others dally except Sun
day. C. T. & V, R. R.
How. St. Union. East
Depot. Depot. Akron,
. . 0:53am G:45om 6:20ara
. 0:05am 8:52ara 8:55am
,. 1:10pm 1:00pm 12 :41pm
.. 5:08pm 4:55pm 4:58pra
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No. 8 .
., 8:25pin 8:12pm
. . 4:35pra 4:55pm
..12:15am 12:30am 12:42nra
.. 7:32pm 7:50pm 8:00pin
.. 12:01pm 12:20pm 12:28pm
.. 3:53pm 4:05pm
Docs not run from Union depot
THE NORTHERN OHIO B. B,
Depot North Main st
Depart No. 1 8:30 ani
Depart No. 11 4:30 pm
Arrive No. 2 4:00 pm
Arrive No. 12 12:05 pra
Dally. IDally except Sunday.
PITTSBURG & WESTERN R. B-
' Union Depot, Markot st
Leavo for the East.
Chicago and New York vest!
bulo limited 2:00 am
Warren, Youngstown, Pitts
burg 8:40 am
Warren, Youngstown, Pitts
burg 1:10 pm
Pittsburg, Washington, Phil
adelphia, New York .... 4:08pra
Arrive from tho East.
Washington, Pittsburg, Glove
land, arrive O. T. & V. Ry.,
Howaid si. station 0:50 nm
Pittsburg aud Akron 11:53 am
Pittsburg, Akron nnd Chica
go .'...-. 7:35 pm
burg nud Chicago 11:03 pra
Daily, all others dally except Sun
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION
A. B. O. Division.
Waiting room, Hamilton building,
opposlto Ruchtel hotel.
Tlmo card In effect Oct 15th, 10011
Cars for Cleveland, leave waiting
room ot 5:40 a.m. and every hour un
til 8:40 p.m., and ot 10:30 p.m.
Saturdays nnd Sundays, 5:40 a.m.,
0:10 a.m., and every half hour until
7:40 p.m., nnd nt 8:40 p.m., and, 10:30 '
If to, you secure many dvntaee trfta
Injr via Cincinnati, tho Queen St Crescent
Routa an! Southern Ry. Its fast trains pen
etrate every part of tho Central South, ai
hour scheJula Cincinnati to Jack jonvlllo and
New Orleans. 9 hours to Chattanooga, b8
hours toShrcveport. 36 hours to Port Tampa.
Observation, parlor nni cafa cars-frea re
clining chairs Through Pullmans to all In
portant Southern cities.
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