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wbdnesday, nnc. nf, 1002.
May not bo nlf Hint Is mcnnt by OviiKPtta
E'tiow, but It will lm It neglected.
Tbo uneasiness after rating, fits Of nerv
ous headache, sourness of I ho stnmnrh, nnd
disagreeable belching may not bo very bml
now, but they will bo It (ho itomnch la
suffered to grow weaker.
Dyspepsia Is such a mlserablo dlscnso
that tbo tendency to It should Ik rIVpii
early attention. This Is completely over
coinoby Hood's Sarsaparilla
New Year's Attraction Tomorrow
MnUnoo mul evening -
AL. G. FIELD
Tbo grandest and befit Indoor exhibi
tion. $10,000 first part, Big parade at
11 n. ra.
MaUnee, 2:30- 25, 35, 50 nml 75c.
Evening 25, CO, 75c nnd $t.
Scats on sale.
Friday evening, Jan. 2, tbo Inimitable
MR. DAN DALY
And hlu tuft company In his latest and
most successful musical comedy -
The NEW CLOWN
Great ca8t and chorus. Beats on ilc.
SATURDAY, JAN. il-MATINEM
MR. DAN SULLY
IN IIIS NEW ITAiY,
The Old Mill Stream
A romance of the Cntbkills.
25, 35, 50 Cents
Evening, 2.5, 50, 75c anil 1.
Sawed Lumber. Thoso wishing to
buy good lumber will make no mis
tako in asking us for prices on all
kinds of dressed, undressed und
worked lumber, shingles, lath,
glazed und open nasi).
THE N, G, WILSON LUMBER CO.,
PHONES-People's 274. Boll,
On watches, Jewelry and other prop
erty, low commission, nil transactions
for the Holidays
We can offer you n lot of bargains In
Jewelry and -watches
We hare nn unredeemed set of En
cyclopaedia Bi'lllaulcn, latest edition,
which vtlll bo u bargain for sonicbodv.
AMERICAN LOAN & IN
WILCOX TAHSY PH I S
Tor veara tb. only aafe and reliable P.
mnle He.alator or .11 trouble.. iUllevra
I ili u. ai urusinu, or uy man.
fl IJti S3. Vr. trial of 'Tanay'1 and
"wcnun'i nan onard" for 10a. Aifdr.!. i.
Makes blue Mondays turn
bright. Family washings wash
ed clean and cheap.
O. L. MATIIIE, Prop.
405 E. Exchange st.
Both phones 729
CURE YOURSELF t
Hi. Ills O for unnatural
auiutted V irritalloci or ulcrralloni
M ta Itri.,... nf tnllflntl. m.mbnnlil.
I rr.unu Ccuunoa. rilnloii. anil not attrui.
K8IHtEUSCHUicitCo. Cot or roltonoui.
&.QIICINNUI,0.HH Bold r Urncslatf,
or aent id plain wrapper,
Jr .ipreH, rrepafil. for
7,, w .or a noiiiea, aj.73.
ClroQlar lent on rugusst.
Half tbo Ills that man Is heir to come
Irom indigestion. Burdock Blood Bit-
lors strengthens and tones the stom-
leb; makes indigestion Impossible.
Canal Near New
East Ohio Gas Co. Laid
Pipe Below Water.
Canal Boats Tied Up For the
The canal Is In the tight grasp of
winter All tbo boats are tied up and
frozen In. Trnflle has been at n stand
still for four weeks, nnd the Ice Is now
over threo Inches thick.
Skating on the canal is very poor.
Much snow toll during tlio process of
freezing, rendering the wurfaco rough.
Owing to hot water pipes at frequent
Intervals in tho city limits, thero uro
many weak spots In tho Ice. Tho water
In Look No. 1, of courso never freezes,
us tho hot water running in It from
tho Goodrich Rubber works prevents
According to Mr. Win. Eulltt, who
works for tho Stato under Supt Chas.
Hutch, live bouts are located lieio for
tho winter, and two at Barbcrtou and
tbreo ut Now Portuge. Seventeen peo
ple with their horses or mules aro
spending the winter here on their
Tho severity of winter is not sutll
clent to prevent thu movement of
boats farther down tho canal. From
a point a short distance north of Canal
Dover to Masslllon, 12 boats are carry
ing coal, tho ico being broken to allow
Tho state boat is frozen In nt a point
this side of Now Portage, whore it is
looked after every fow days. It has
been stationed there some tlmo as a
means of guarding the canal. At that
point the East Ohio Gas Co. put its
Cleveland main two feet below thn
bottom of the canal, or eight feet below
tho surface of tho water. Tho canal
had to be dammed, and ditches exca
vated In tho banks. This' necessitated
close watching thnt no serious Injury
was done the canal, Tbo banks have
been lllled in but tho dams have not
been removed yet owing to tho cold
That piny, "In Convict Stripes'' will
lie presented at tho Grilnd Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 1, 2 and .
This drama Is one of direct appeal.
Sitting In h theatre following the for
tunes of Winifred Gale nnd John Wal
ton nnd his underling, the elder (Sale,
ono is mnde to feel tbo deepest emo
tlons, sympathy. Comedy of a whole-i-oino
nature Is also one of tho elements
of tho play but It Is novo.r allowed to
becomo boisterous or unreasonable.
Sensational climaxes, thrilling rescues
and daring attempts at vlllnlnous do
Ings are embodied in the, construction
of the play, but the bounds of reason
uro uecr overstepped. The part of
John Walton, the hero, will bo enacted
by .T. Scott Slddons and that of Matt
Davis by .7. Hooker Wright, both play
ers of excellence, while the role of Win
ifred Gale will be In the hnnds of Miss
Mary Stoddard. The scenic effects will
br artistic and tasteful, nnd cleyer
staK'' groupings will add to tho effect
l enoss of the production.
A portion of tho program of tho Al
d. Field Greater Minstrels, who appear
at the Colonial Now Year's day, after
noon and night, Is the -work of tho Clip
per Quartet. The Clipper Quartot will
be seen iu their original sketch of
southern life, eutltlod, "Uuclo Epli'
Dream." Replete with plaintive plan,
tntlon melodies nnd pleasing bits or
comedy, this act bus gullied for tho
Clipper Quartet a reputaton co-exfcen.
slvo with tho country.
Dan Daly, in "The New Clown," at
tho Colonial on Friday night. On Sat
urday the attraction will bo "The Old
Carnegie Starts Movement
Ererct Memorial of Him.
London, Dec. 31. Andrew Cnmegle
has offered ten thousand pounds for the
erection of u memorial to .Tames Wntt,
practically tho Inventor of the steam
engine. If this offer is not accepted
Cnrneglo has offered to head a list In
America with the object of a world
wide scheme for the erection of a me
morial to the Scotch Inventor,
All dlsoas of Ktdaoys,
Dlartdor. Urinary OrKaui.
Alv) Rheumatism, Back
Dropsy, Female Troublas.
Don t becomo discouraged. There is a
curoforyou Ifn.csMiry ni'- fii. Tenner.
Ilii Iiiii uihmiI a lh" tlmo purlirt Juki such
cawun)jur. All consultations Trie,
mine a fuwlH.nin.iif lr I'cimcr'n Kkl er
.ml II irknrhc ('lire r ii.isrd a xrarel Imir n
iinji. . a mnrhlo 1 ho medi. ino prevented
furtbrrftjrMfUloiK fviisrnreit 1""'vm"i
W.T UAKIN orrlx.Vn"
l)rii;glsU.jV fl Alc forrVHik Jlonlf- Fm.
Worth Its Weight
Another Look nt This For Coal.
There's n feature about coal which
you lnay not "avo considered. We
offer you the best of coal for tha price
you pay. You don't expect to buy
good lump ami for as cheap n prlco
as you would pay for slack. We show
as clean a lino of excellent varieties
as can bo found any place. You want
tho best wo sell It
Coal and ice Co.
703 1-2 S. Broadway
Phonos No. 502.
Cor. Mill nnd Prospect, phones No. 10.
Follows Distribution of Cheap
Wines In Chicago.
Chicago, Dee. 30. Jl'lio number of
cahea of delirium tremens In Chicago
this week caused by the distribution
by saloons of adulterated wines nnd
whisky was Increased today to IS. Ono
case has resulted fatally. Complaint
has been made to the Board of Health
that much of cheap wine given away
contained logwood nnd other poisonous
Bond Democrat liners.
New Year's Services.
At 7:30, Thursday evening, n Now
Year's sermon will bo preached ut tho
Trinity Lutheran church. Following
tho sermon will bo a service prepara
tory to communion. '
ty. ; soap
Ji (( : C!eam'yu' cloths without rubbing, boiling, or in- ff
J unnS the hands or finest fabrics. Contains no alkali
4M V "or animal greases. Read the story, "How to
JW x. Wash Without Work," on the wrapper with the
m '5- . arae roster trade mark; it is 1
4ife """" " wel1 wortli reading. I
mmW -' " " in J?l, .1 "".....ji
Charged to Present
Rate of Living.
Haste of Civilization
Wears on System.
Pinal Result Is Inevitably a
Washington, D. '. Dee. M.-Soine
startling conclusions are set forth In a
leport drawn up by Dr. Arthur MeDoii-
nld. KneclnltHr to the United States
Bureau of Education, for tho liiformu
tlon of Congress One of them Is that
"within the last no or 10 years tbcio
has been au Increase, relative to popu
Irttlon, In crime, suicide, Insanity nnd
other forms of abnoinmllty." In giving
his opinion of some of the causes for
this Incrcnbe, Dr. McDonald Kiys:
"The rapid development of society,
ns wo have suggested, is powlbly ono
of the main causes of the Increase of
crime and abnormality; It Includes n
great number of new Inventions, In-
. I., . ......! .l llm
creased opportunities for travel and the
enterpvi&o of tho press enabling us to
read all tho news of the woild at break
fast. It was quite otherwise 50 yeurs
"This haste of civilization, puts an
abnormal strain upon the nenous sys
tem ns compared with the muscular
system. Thus the electric car, automo
bile nnd the telephone tend to make
people exercise less and think more. A
reaction has bet lu nlroady through
the development of systems of physical
culture. The less cost of living nnd
the increase of wealth, with tho luxur
ies of the tabic have tended to overeat
ing which, In connection with lack of
exercise, has had Its evil effects, and
doubtless produced an additional reac
tion on the nervous system.
"When the nerves nrc unstrung by
overmessure the will may become
weak, depression and pesMmlsin set In,
and los of self-control follow with the
consequent abnormul actions leading on
to crime nnd other social evils.
"In the statistics of crime sonic spe
cial points may bo noted. The youth,
ns compared with adults, have commit
ted more crimes ns society has devel
oped. Suicide among children has in
creased; tills might be regarded ns it
symptom of diseased prccoclousness.
"The recent rapid development of
women by entering moro and more Into
tho work of men, a transition Involving
great strain, seems to have some un
welcome nccompanlments. In Vienna,
for Instance, general paralysis, it man's
disease, Is Inerensliiir nmong women.
In Belgium insanity and suicide hnvo
r.Mri.,TjB i "!.';. " Mi.inijiii.nl. iiv j"'i "ywMwi ! ii-iiiiiwwiuujiij j. uijjjiijiuuiiji.iiii. .iiw)a
SE MANY RELIABLE WITNESSES
Prove That Old Cases of Chronic Ca
tarrh can be Cured.
A Medicine That Will
Cure Cases of Catarrh
of Long Standing De
serves a Very High
Place in the Annals of
THOUSANDS of testimonials nro
pouring In ovory day of old casos
of chronic catarrh that havo ro
elated all treatment for years, being
promptly and permanently cured by
Theso reports do not all como from
obqruro places, signed by obscure poo-
plo. A largo proportion of these lotters
aro written by men and women promt
nont In business and professional clr
cles and many of thorn well known f.'om
ocean to ocean.
Colonel John 1'rnnklln Wators occu
pies a prominent position among tho
leading trial lawyers of Chicago. Ho
has probably obtained moro verdicts
against corporations In suits for personal
lnjurlcs-thau any man of his ago In tho
United States, and during his practice
of over fifteen years ho has not lost a
single cao in tho Supreme Courts of
Illinois and Missouri. Ho is a hard
worker and has tho energy of four men.
For a number of years ho had been
' umiuiuu Willi i;iiuuig uuiurru iuu uav-
lng rcconUy thoroughy curcd of
afflicted with chronlo catarrh and bar-
his od affection, an lntorvlcw was ob
tained with him by ono of our reporters
in which ho gavo tho following stato
mcut to tho public:
( ThePeruna jtedlclno Co., Columbus, O.:
Qenthmcn"lt gives me great
pleasure to testify to the merits of
such a worthy remedy tor catarrh as
your Peruna. I had suffered for a
number of years from this very dls
ajrecabto dlscuzc and had tried many
so'caltcd remedies, but until I used
Peruna none had the desired effect. I
feel that I am perfectly cured end can
cheerfully recommend Peruna to any
one suffering from catarrh."
JOHN P. WATERS,
120 D. Randolph St., Chicago, III.
Another easo equally wdl-Unown In
Chicago, is reported through a letter
from a voteran Railroad man.
been growing relatively faster In wo
men than in men, nnd tho effectf- of
heredity are greater upon women than
"If we shake tho tree the bad apples
fall first. So In periods of rush and
f train the weaknesses of human nature
become more apparent. But this in
crease in evil may bo only n temporary
one, duo to tho necessary pressure of
adaptability to modern civilization.
The Incrcnso in crime, for iustance. In
not necessarily a proof that the world
Is growing worse. IVilods of decline
In hUtury show that the world does
not grow better in a straight line up
ward." BEAD DEMOCBAT LINEHS.
1 wfet. fik
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COLOXEL JOIIS FRAXKLIN
Captain John II. Lyons, of Chicago,
ago n t for
r o a d com
panies for the
; for six years,
the Pol ico
for six years,
and at prcs-
ent connected with tho Grand Trunk
railroad, had a similar cose. Ho is a
Capt. Guillet Believes It Should
be a Feature of New Station.
Cupt. Guillet, of tho Tollcc force, be
lieves that when tho new Police station
is built there should be included a dor
mitory with cots for the police. The
Idea Is not to make a soft snap for
members of the force, but to save
them loss of sleep.
At prchent. when nny of the night
Py iV,"E-tho remwlv
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J. If. Lyons.
THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS
and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
DR. D. U. RUEGSEGGER.
Removed to No. -J10 Walsh Building.
Office hours 8-11:30 a.m 1-5:30 p.m.
C. T. PARKS.
Personal attention given to nil calls.
Lady attendant. Ambulance.
Both phones 442. 110 N. High st
L. D. EWING.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Dealer In mantles uud grates, floor
tiling, parquc flooring, grilles siding,
framed, mouldings etc.
Peo. phono 052. 110-121 Klrkwood st
J. H. CASE. Druggist.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes
and Paint Brushes. Best quality at
lowest prices. Poo. phone 1000. Bell
Cherry 100. 182 Wooster are.
J AS. T. FLOWER.
maittzu Aim grates
Glazed and Untflazed Tiling, Parquet
and Hard-wood Floors.
Both phones C7ft 110 S. nigh st
" gT m. kempelT
Furnlturo dealer, upholsterer nnd mat
tress manufacturer. Bepalrlng a spe
cialty. Pecplo's phono 723. Bell,
tuown 324. 140-1C1 8. Main st
Dr. O. E. Smith. Dr. J. B. Vedder.
SMITH C) VEDDER.
310 Everett Building.
Offico hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5.30 p. id.
People's phono 800.
G. F- DURANT.
Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls
promptly attended. People's phono 01.
Otllce, room 5, Tracy block, Barber
ton. Howard J. Crqmer.
Wholesale and retnll dealer In flour,
feed, baled liny, straw, salt, cement
and all kinds of field niul garden seeds.
Try our Acme stock food. Both phones
Oil. 710-718 S. Main st Akron, O.
CEO. H, PETLET
IU Kllng st. People's phono 1287.
Contractor und brick masonry of all
kinds. Bepnlr work a specialty. EsU-
mates cuceriuuy uirnmuea.
WATERS, OF CHICAGO.
veteran soldier and a prominent mem
ber of O. A. B. Camp No. 102.
Captain John H. Lyons, 1G12 Prairie
Ave., Chicago, 111., writes:
"For twenty years I suffered with
chronic catarrh but thanks to Peruna I
am now entirely cured.
"It affords me much plcasnrs to mako
a statement In behalf of your meritorious
remedy, Peruna, 1 haro used same for
catarrh and haTO found it to be all you
claim for It. I had suifcred for twenty
years. I cheerfully recommend Pernna
to anyono suffering from catarrh, as I
' believe that, as in my esse, it will prora
a sure cure." Captain John H. Lyons.
Address Tho Peruna Medicine Co.. of
ColumbuB, Ohio, for instructive Xreg
' literature on catarrh. ,
force must appear in Pollco court in
the morning, they have only time to go
home, but cannot g-et any rest, ns tho
time Is too short. Captain Gulllet's idea
Is that wltb a dormitory they would
not need to go home, but could go di
rectly to the rtaUou and sleep until
court opens, where now they get no rest
sometimes until noon.
A semi-annual dividend of three per
cent has been declared by the Wm. H.
Evans Building & Loan Association.
This alnatt:ro is oa eitry box of the jennln.
vli i fnmi n rll In ann 1it.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
n W. C. KITTLEBERGER,
Dealer In hlds, leather findings, and
saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Harness.
Phone 1320. 348 S. Main st
H. L FfifilFSTnW Optiesl Specialise
fapectacles and eyeglasses. Headache
and nervous disturbances cured by
properly fitted glasses. All styles at
reasonable prices. No charge for ex
amination, C. U. phono 237S Cherry.
Special, fancy nnd sporting gar
ments. Rooms 212 nnd 213 Walsh
block. Maker of men's clothes
Pco. Phone 12S3.
Cult's Prescription Pharmacy, ?.&&,
Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con
tains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil. 50e per pint botUe. Al.
most tasteless. Children will take It
Try It. P'uono 002.
CJaiTB'STAVERB, T. T. GLEfltf, Prop.
Hotel and Restaurant Sample room
In connnecUou. Best wines, liquors
and cigars. Both phoues: P. 040; B.
124 N. Main st., near Opera Honse.
Mystic Carpet Cleaning Works,
P0EHLMAH & PP APPLE, Proprietor!.
Business under management of Mr.
130 Bluff st Both telephones 176.
Co&.l Best Cambridge Lamp CoeJ
Mcssllton cud Magnolia C0.1l. Special
prices on your winter's conl supply.
V. M. HERRIOK,
Phones, 83 Pco ; 3S0 Boll.
010 H. Mil' St
PACKING AND STOBING We pack
and store furniture. Krats Furniture
Store, 140 S. Howard st. Phono
THE DBY GLOVE CLEANER Is
tho best preporatlon yet discovered for
cleaning Kid Gloves. For sale only by
us, In tho Glove Dcpt, which It tho
most complete department in the state,
of Ohio. Price 15c. Dague Bros, & Co.