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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY. DECEMBER 10 1901
THE WEATHER TUESDAY-
Oloudy nnd warmer tonight and
Tuesday; probably snow tonight.
In Full Blast
THE HOLIDAY SHOPPING IS ON.
CUSTOMERS CROWD OUR COUNT
ERS EVERY HOUR 01'' THE DAY.
Wo have put forward our best efforts
to gather together the best and largest
variety of Toys for the little folks and
also more useful gifts for tho older
nconlc. YOU MISS A TREAT IF
YOU DON'T SEE OUR STORE THIS
Holiday Season Dolls
Kid body Dolls, Jointed Dolls, Rag
Dolls, Dolls with fair hair and dark
hair In all sizes Doll Go-Carts Rock
ing Chairs, etc.
Iron Toys, Fire Engines, Hose Carts,
Hook and Ladder, Railroad Trains,
Locomotives, Dray Wagons, Milk Wag.
Shooting Gallery, Grocery Stores, Pi
anos, in all sizes; School House, Horse
and Wagon, A. B. C. Building Mocks,
Doll Hammocks, Doll Reds, Doll Crad.
les, nill Climbers, etc.
MECHANICAL TOYS THAT AVIND
UP OR GO BY STEAM LOCOMO-TIVES-HI11
Stoves, Clowns with Bucking Horses,
Music Toys, Steam Ships, Mnn-of-War
ships that sail, Steam Engines,
Swimming Frogs and Seals, Dogs and
Medallions, In religious subjects,
scenery, photographs or fancy color
ONE LOT OF OIL PAINTINGS,
WORTH fiOc, TO GO AT 29c EACH.
Brush and Comb Sets, Collar and
Guff Boxes, Handkeichlef Boxes,
Glove Boxes, Sbnvlug Sets, etc.
In bulk, by the ounce or In fancy
Croklnolc, Comhonnlo Boards, that
play thirty games; General Grant's
Corps, Railroad Game, Cudut Game,
Parches), the game of Naval War,
A. B. 0. Books, Story Books, Cloth
bound Books of Adventure for boys;
good Story Books; Books that aro
miltablo for Sumtiiy school classes.
Imported Japanese China
Tea Sets, Sugar and Cream Sets,
Fancy Vases, Hamlsomu Cracker Jars,
Chocolate Pots, etc.
Make a liandsomo gift especially tho
ones wo lmvo for Holiday trade. La
dles' and Gents' Fancy Wood Handle
Umbrellas, from $1.00 up.
A lot of Pearl Handle, Silver mount
ed Umbrellas for ladles, from $1.30
You will find our wholo stock well
worth going through at this heason of
151-152 South Howard St.
A. B. C. R. R.
From Docorabor 19th to
January 5th, 1902, inclus
ive, cars will run ovory half
hour botwoon Akron and
Moans that nil the good things
Marzipan and lots
of German Christmas
Novelties in Baskets,
Wore loft by him in sibundunco;
bo como and call at
it tr -.. . .
I 9. B" 4 lf IP HMb 13 sf
m D&wiELn 9,
122 South Main Street.
Fuunston to tho Fore.
Manila, Dec. 10. In an earthqunko
here Sunday, Gcu. F huh ton, dlNtln
giilslied himself by his effort to rescue
Got, Taft from u perilous position In
a hospital. Tliero was great excite
ment (luring tho earthquake, some
serious Injuries, but no fatalities.
Gnuyard & Wood show largo line of
Houso Coats, the kind that tit. Prices
ly by Mayor.
Many Troubles In the
Thoroughly Aired In Mayor's
Troubles In the family of Harry H.
Twynham, of 171 Benjamin St., are
many, and Mayor Doyle Monday di
vided the blame equally between the
father and mother. Tho father waB
arraigned on charge of assault and
battery upon the mother, who ap
peared In court with one of her eyes
handpalntcd In blue.
"Sho got black cyo whllo drunk,"
said the husband, "by falling on her
face. I didn't strike her, but had to
grab her hands to keep her from
hitting me with a poker."
Things wore being mixed at a lively
rate, Satin day afternoon, when Officer
A. McConnell called, and nrrested
Twynham. Among other things, his
wife said he had thrown a seven-wcoks-old
baby down stairs, bruising
Its head badly.
Twynham said that his wife drank
n ureat dcnl, smoked a pipe and neg
lected her work. "Often I have re
turned from my work and found no
.Hipper," he said: "On Saturday, when
I got homo, sho was In the stable
talking with a hostler."
The Mayor admitted that, while the
defendant wiw guilty, as charged, ho
had great provocation. Twynhnm was
fined $10 nnd costs and sentenced 30
days, but tho tlrno part was suspend
ed, pending good boliavlor.
Tho Twynham family consists of
father, mother and 11 children, the
youngest being twins, aged seven
On Timely Topics by the Editor
of the Akron Germania.
Tho Akron Germnlnln hns tho fol
lowing to sny, with reference to At
torney L. B. I'nrdeo's deslro for tho
position of sergennt-nt-urms of tho
"Attorney I. 8. Rurdee, who Is con
sidering it Hccoud term as sergeant-iit-arms
of the Ohio Senate, 1ms n
stronjr rival for the position in tho
person of c.T.-HpnjitorIJIake, of Colum
bus. Tliero nre hoiuo Interesting peo
ple In America. First they surround
themselves with tho glorious radiance
und tho toga of a Senator, and then
tight for sucii a small olllco na Unit
of doorkeeper or servant."
Kditor Reynold registers tho ap
pended kick, with referenco to Uio
street car servleo on North Hill:
"Tho residents of North Hill nro
eomplalnlng bitterly about the Irregu
lar and very Inferior street car ser
vice that exists on North Howard st.
Passengers are often compelled to
wait from 20 to 10 minutes beforo a
car conies, whllo tho N. O. T. Co. Is
pledged by contract to run cars every
10 minutes. The grievance lias been
carrlod verbally beforo tho Hoard of
Oily Commissioners, and that body has
been urged to grant tho N. O. T. Co.
no fuither privileges In South Akron
until they have provided u better ser
vleo on North II 111."
His Trip by Freight Was Quite
Now, Dee. Doc. KJ. John Heck, tho
mau who shipped himself In u box
on tho Hamburg-American Steam
er I'nlatla, which milved tit this port
Dec. i!, has applied to Commissioner
Haloids for Ills tlrst citizenship papers.
Heck said he was 30 yearn old, and
was born In Austria, Ho foreswore nl.
leglaileo to the Hmperor of Austria.
Heek U now employed at u hotel In
this city as a painter. He Is meeting
u bill for $70 presuutcd by tho Ham-burg-Anierlo.au
lino. Of this, $.r0 Is
for third-class passage, $15 for cx
prnsmigo on the box, In which ho
Mime, $-.00 for tho ambulance lu
which ho was taken to tho hospital
In Hoboken; $10 for n lino for violat
ing the Immigration laws and tho re
mainder for messages. H0 hud paid
$50 of It aheady.
Attracted Attention at Union
A lliissoGerman Immigrant, with hla
wife, children mid n friend who Is
truvellng with the family, were tit tho
Union depot buturduy waiting for their
tmlns for tho West. They had boon
placed aboard the wrong train whllo
at Baltimore, and were put off at
Akron to await tho arrival ot tho
right one. Tho family man Is bound
for Harrington, Kas., and tho other
goes to Toledo,
Tho children were blight eyed mites,
hut very dirty. The wife was a pa
tlent eyed creature, who sat quietly
wherever placed lyr her loid and mas
ter, nnd awaited his pleasure. Tho
family attracted a great dcnl of at
tention from travelers.
We look In ttnazement at tilt burdens
some women carry upon their beads.
Yet how light they arc compared with
the burdens 9otue women cany upon
their hearts. There are chlldles9 women
whose hearts afehe ceaselessly because of
the childless home. That burden of
childlessness bos been lifted from the
heart of many a woman by th use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Many
of the obstacles to maternity arc remov
able. Such obstacles are entirely re
moved by "Favorite Prescription." It
contains no alcohol nor narcotic.
Harried 5rx Years and Childless.
" I have never written you how gTsUful I m
to you for your help In securing good hcilth nnd
one of Um awseteet, dearest, thirteen pound
girls that ever cami Into a horn," writes Mrs. M.
vsstlne, of 647 South Wberty 8'reet, Gftlesburj,
III. "I took air bottle of pr, Pierce' Pavorife
Prescription, tour of the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery' and tour viata of Dr. Pierce's Plenwnt
Pellets. He fore I had taken four bottles of the
cnunot make pen describe my heartftlt grati
tude, so will dole Ivy saying If any one disputes
the value of Dr. Pterce's inedlcinee I will be
pleased to confirm the truth of all I say If thy
will enclose stamped envelope for reply."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet are a
ladles' laxative. No medicine equala
them for gentleness and thoroughness.
Rural Residents," Sug
gests Mr. Spangler.
Another Letter Discussing Cor
Mr. Howard Spangler, Clinton corres
pondent for tho Times-Democrat, be
lieves that tho opinion of tho country
residents on the various public qucs
tlons should bo solicited and published,
as well as thoso of city residents. Ho
believes correspondents should occas
ionally secure Interviews from promiu.
cut citizens in their neighborhood nnd
embody them in letters. "This session
of Congress," writes Mr. Spangler,
"will be especially Important, and
doubtless, tho subscribers In tho rural
districts would bo glad of on oppor
tunity to express themselves on its
doings. And' I bellovo there aro many
residents In the rural districts as well
informed, and capablo of expressing
themselves as some of our city neigh
bors." With referenco to Uio ordinary
duties of correspondents, Mr. Spangler
suggests that they send for publication
only such Items as have news value;
to Ignore petty gossiping, nnd have
their letters taken In n wider scope not
preparing their letters merely as n
mouth-piece for some particular clique
In their neighborhood.
FOR THE BOERS.
Copy of a Petition In Circulation
i mi in-i miui-.viinTiuui uvninu .rtH-
Mutation, of Philadelphia, wis placed
mi., n i .......i n i , ...
In circulation n petition to Coiibnm),
iiHklui; for the Interference of tho
United States. In lielmlf of tho UoeiH.
111 South Afrlcn, and tho Oerman
AtnerU'iuii Noelotles ot tho entlro conn
try nro urged by tho President of tho
Philadelphia. AsHoclatlon, to secure ns
ninny hIbiicih to the petition a possi
ble. A copy of tho document hns been
sent to Akron, and Is being held at
the otllce of the Akraiv Gcttinunla, for
tho slKiinturPH of Akron Oormans and
Pro-Itoera. A number of Akron sig
natures liavo already been secured.
WHAT NEXT I II
Why Aim Cold Cure. Ho etfset on the hcurt.
They Held a Tournament at Music
"Skat," a German game of card
that Is regarded as almost the natlonnl
Gorman game, was transplanted to1
tho United Slftn somo tlmo ago, and
hns proved wry popular among tho'
(lenuan-AiiUTlcans and uiitlvo Ainerl-
cans, too. lu mnuy of tho larger cities
there aro clubs wlieru SUnt Is the
wholo subject nnd object of tho orgnn
Izntlou. Tournnmentsnnd series after sorles
are plnyed, and somo of tho players
aro wild to develop great skill. An
organization for skat playing wiih re
cently organized in this city, and somo
hot contests have resulted.
A sknt tournnmenr wn hnlH - tt,
quarters of tho Akron Lledertnfd. In
Music imll, Sunday nfternoon. Thero
was a largo attendance nnd somo In
Our lino of fuio fura are superior In
quality and much ehcuper In price.
Hy rider llros.
On Dec. 1M, 25 and 31, 1001, nnd Jan.
1, 1002. The Kilo It. It. will sell ex
eurslon tickets to nil points In tho
Ufiitrni I'nssepger Association terrl
tory at greatly reduced rntesj good re- 24, 25 and 31, nnd, Jan,. 1st; good re
turning until Jan. 2, 1002. For de- turning until Jnn. 2, ri002, Inclusive,
talis call on or mldren8 O. D. Houodlo, For details call on W nddress O. D.
ticket agent Union depot. HonodtD, ticket agent Union depot. -
Subscribed to the
And Therefore Agrees
Washington, Dec. 10. Tho Secretary
of tho Navy now has beforo him for
review Uio report of tho Court of In
quiry lu the Schley case. Ho Is na
turally taking time to do this careful
ly, so thnt immediate action Is not
expected. Meanwhile Uie court la
techlnally In session and will remain
so until dissolved by order of Secretary,
The question hns been raised since
the appearance of the two reports in
print, however, Admiral Dewoy, tho
president of tho court, subscribed to
the opinions expressed, In the first re
port, and it is pending, appending his
signature, that signature being re
quired of him npparenUy by tho reg
ulation above alluded to regardless of
his Individual opinion. In response to
Inquiry on this point, the Judge Ad
vocate General of the Navy says:
"According to nnval practice Admiral
Dewey, by alMxing his signature to
the report of the Court of Inquiry
In tho cafic of Admiral Schley, ex
pressed full concunencc In all tho
findings of fact In .all Uio opinions
reached by tho court except those
with respect to which ho has in terms
signified dissent in his minority opin
ion." To see a rushing business being
done in the lino of Dlaironds, Watch
es and Jewelry go to B. Wlngertcr's,
the Jeweler. Open every evening un
Pricks Webster In
The Row at ; Ohio Ex
Governor Nash Has Failed to
Columbus, O., Dec. 10. Professor
Charles B. Tliomo director of tho State
Agricultural Experimental station nt
Wooster, has preferred charges against
Prof. F. M. Webster, or the station,
accusing him of insubordination, false
hood and luclliclcncy. Tho charges
h-vo been placed beforo the Board of
Control of the Institution which will In-
vi'Nuuuio uiem nnd announce us no-
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clHl.on ,nt, "" 1,pxt "mUiiR. tho latter
part of January.
Tho Tliorno-WcbBter feud has been
I wnRW WttMly for over a year nnd
has attracted much attention. Pro
fessor Webster Is tho state entomolo
gist. Governor Nash who Is ex-olllcio
n mombor of tho Hoard, has been en
deavoring to effect a reconciliation bo.
tween both officials, but 1ms met with
Tho question of Professor Webster's
right to draw two salaries, ono as
state entomologist nnd the other as
state Inspector of trees, was raised by
Director Thome, who did not wish to
assume tho responsibility of signing
bis vouchors, but Attornoy General
Shoots ruled Saturday afternoon that
there was no Illegality In tlio payment
of both salaries.
Comet, Dec. 10, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
O. Williams, of Hartvllle, were guests
of her mother, Mrs. L. A. Treesh,
A. series of revival services have be
gun in the United Uvangellcal church,
l,y Kov 1'nt'0"-
Mr- nnd Mrs Ton"y Urnnclicr wero
ln Canton, Wednesday.
M,8S Mn' "rancher has returned
flom spondlng several weeks In Can.
Mr. Wllmer Treesh who has boen cm.
ployed In tho ilartvlllo celery garden,
tho past summer, hns returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Steeso wore
lu Akron Wednesday.
Messm. Freeman and William Dally
mado a business trip to Akron, Fri
day, Mls Martha Treesh spent several
days with her sister Mrs. Shpni-
Mrs. Lav Inn Harmon, of Onnnl Ful
ton, has called upon her mother, Mrs.
IJucbtel, who Is very 111 at present.
ONE DOSE IN TIME SAVES NINE
When you feel that you hsve taken cold tske; a
dose of AJuc Coll Cure that trill E1TD the cold.
FrtTtat. PsesinonU .nil care, the Grip.
HOLIDAY TRIPS AT REDUCED.
Via, . & O. R. It., l. & W. Ry. nnd
O. T. & V. R. It. eo stations lu Central
1'assenger Association territory. Dec.
M. O'Neil g Co.
Because of the increasing beauty in its manufac
ture. Never before have we made such prepar
ations to show the right kind of furniture at the
We mention only a few of the many beauti
ful pieces in this department,
Leather Covered Chairs.
Couches and Rockers,
Morris Chairs, Music Cabinets,
Library Tables, Parlor Tables,
Combination Book Cases,
Sideboards, Buffets and
Rockers in solid Mahogany and Oak.
Our assortment is
in Northern Ohio, and
We are also showing a
Imported and Domestic
M O'Neil & Co.
$joim Lampancr & u).$
I Headquarters In
Do you know that our
perfumes are the best
Do you know that good
refreshing and invigorating, if not, call and see n
Wii US. we nave ponumos cnac win prove a revelation rtQ
$ to you. Until Jan. 1, 1902, we will sell any of $
ti our well known oders at d)
i& 25c an ounoo i)
I Blue Bell
W. The most fragrant and lasting odor ever made. -J:
MJ Is it package perfume you are looking for, if so,
b we have the largest assortment in the city ranging j$
l in price from 10c to $3,00. Call and inspect )
iti our perfumes.
John Lampartcr & Co.
183 S. Howard St.
Ladies' Catholic Benevolent As
sociation Met Thursday.
Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Assocla.
tlou, No. 351, held nn interesting meet
ing Thursday night and elected the fol.
lowing otticers for tho coming year:
Spiritual director, Rev. J, D. Broun;
president, Mrs. Ellzaboth Racke; vlco
president, Mrs. M. Welu; second vlco
president, Mrs. II. Slegfcrth; corre
sponding Becretnry, Charlotte Berg
mnnn; tlnanclal secretary, Lena Diet
rich; treasurer, Lena Rohner; marshal!,
Anna Bosz; sentry, Rosa Becker, trus
tees, Mrs. J. Kolb and Miss Anna
One of the Features of the
Turners' Christmas Celebration.
Tho distribution of presents to tho
children nnd a scries of exhibitions In
athletic and acrobatic work by mem
not excelled in any store
prices always reasonable.
magnificent assortment of
Rugs in all sizes.
perfumes, are actually i
Palace Drug Store, jjj
bers of the various classes, will bo tho
features of tho Christmas celebration
of tho Akron Turners, which will bo
held at Turner hall, Sunday night,
Dec. 22. The tlmo that was given by
the committee In charge, for tho send
ing In of presents, by the members,
expired Sunday. These presents will
bo arranged during tho week, and a
tree will bo erected nnd decorated.
Number of Turnouts on Akron's
Quito n number of sleighs were ln
uso ln Akron Sunday, and sleighing
was reported fairly good, on the paved
streets. Tho rain and sleet which
preceded tho snow coated tho pave
ments with Ice, making a good founda
tion for the snow, considered from tho
standpoint of sleighing. However, tho
extroino cold kept mnny from using
The Democrat prints tho news, both
local and foreign.
Medal Awanl to
OoV) nwtlal ro
SOLD BY WM. WASHER,
144 South Howard St.. Akron, Ohio,
J. A. KERR, D. O.
JENNIS l. CVANS.D.O,
G04 Hamilton Building
Graduates of A.S.O.. KlrlcsTlllo, Mo. Hoars
b to 11 nnd 1 to 6. Consultation and ex
amination (res, People's phonnSM.
Pcoplo's rhnne No. 1139.
nniPB Hours I 8:8" to ll!3 0ra
Office Hours j j to5nn(j0 t08p.m.
C O. Spanglor
1504 S. tVlaii-i St.
Room 2, Coventry Building
F. M. Caesaur,
8:80 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. m.
422 Hamilton Building
People's Phono 841. Akron O
If You ar
SEND YOUR SHIRTS
AND COLLARS TO
05 EAST r.XOUANGE ST.
Phono 729. ;GUO. E. El'Z, Prop
Textile Manufacturing Co.
Awnings and Tents
Horse, Wagon and Floor Covers
Gymnasium Mats and Ropes
& Anything made from Canvas, by
hand or machine.
People's ( Business hour... ..No. 787
phonos ( Any other time.... No. 095
137 SOUTH MAIN ST.
For the Holidays in the city.
HAMILTON CIGAR STORE,
we imn MONEY
In any amount, lnrgo or small, to
honest people, rich or poor, on
Furniture, Pianos, Store Fixtures
Live Stock, Insurance Policies
and all other
All goods to remain In your pos
session. Wo advnnco money on
rmt contracts, equities In real and
XAhty bo Annoysd
With a lot of small creditors when
you enn get enough money to pay
them all, thus only having the ono
to pay, nnd that you can do In
Which will not be missed from
your earnings and every payment
so made reduces Interest and prln-
That wo give extra time ln casa
of sickness, death or loss of em
ployment It Is needless to say
Our Business 1. Frivtts
Wo make loans oil half-hour ne
tlco. If you aro unable to call.1
wrlto or 'phono Peoplo's 85. Belli
11S0, nnd our representative will
call. Open every evening until 0
The Akron Security and Loan Go.
1$ 8. Howard, noar Mill. Ground Floor
Nntlinn M. Bork, 8io. nnd Treas.
Coughing All Night Long
Thousands Preparing the
Lungs for Pneumonic Nnd
Consumption in This Way.
How to Prevent It
Cut Out This Coupon
And present to us with ICo and got a
SSo bottle of Whltol'luti Compound
113 SOUTH HOWARD ST.
Try Distillers Dried Grnlns, a wonder
ful milk producer. Let us sell you
Peterson & Wright
033-03C S3. Main St.
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