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.fi gr-iTTiw-o-.iJaj 11 IH hi m ni N If ff 1 e - TO L.OAN $27,875 Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offce FLxtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. ONK M'HUKY, tost .B3, rihhI -; One I.3H lKiuiKl mnrv. well ljn.il. I. i-. Pathfinder. Ki i-rott llulMliig. " Cnw C-ilo Tuonevv liou-es on XortU Vnl rOl Oolo ev stM ,,ii modern improve ments; clienp and easy tnn. Elegant liorao on K. Jlarket t must 1 sold. House and lot Furnace ht.,12u0; other homes and vacant lots. Tel. 121. Edwin Wagner, Ever ett building. IF YOU WANT a flrst-clnvi dri lug horse. Hnelv mated coach or carriage team, call at Stelrier's sales luirii, 1150 b. Main st. Aeith Inc but llrst-class horses kept in stock. Tel. 17,;i. N. It. hteiner. Prop. Joliny Mnrtln . Brother, -Managers. JimlS 'n.KnmiM HiilIrK Willi bit: store room .attached; lot Mxl'Ji, barn and nil mod ern improements on property. Trice J2.). Al-'o trKMry stoie. Inquire at SI'1 A?t Excliance st. " KOIt hAIiK Iesr.ilile lols on Howard uiKe mid hvoond sts. iXorlh Hllli Teiins to suit purchaser. W. P- Divis, l.t) ryirth fjumnilt t. 311-17 BUILDING STONE FOIt SALE. Chlce building stone bv car load: a No brown stone from Warn ick quarries. Orders tilled on short notice. C. II. lones,3!7 South Main st. FOR hAI.K No. Ill lSiilch st.. two houses, furnaces, etc., 2.5k. No. 1W houth ISaleh st.. barn, furnace, etc., only ,li. B.irgailis In lots and homes in all inrts of the city. Call and see them. Tel. SIR. G. W. Grid ley, 4S Central building. ar. FOK SALE 7 room house. .s.otlth .Main st., with furnace mid other coinenlenli'iices; lot flft-lW; $1.7(lil. Nearly ne- U room house, "w'ooster nve., ?'.V. A numbi r of lols on Millerae..at Iwo-thirds their alue. J.I. Bachtol, IKS,. Howard st. FOR JsAI-K OK TRADE N'. 11" Kling ft., 9 rooms, fui mice. etc. Tel. 811. Call on G. W.GrldIe,4SCentnil building. c MONEY TO LOAN. ON WATCHES, diamonds. Jewelry, etc.. furniture, pianos, houses, chattels. In sums offoup. Business conlldential. Akron Se curilvnnd loan Co., No. lWSoutli Ilowanl st. First window mirth of Allen's drug store. Telephone No. 21. TO LOAN &00,SMJnO,5nOnnd$l,XX. J. I. Bachtel, 18S H. Howard. '-"'Itf JIONEY TO I,OAN-.Krom ?--. and up ward on household' coodsornnychattlese curltv and allow- the Roods to remain in lourpossession. Canrepaylis in monthlv installments. Koom 1 1, Arcade block. Of Ilce hours. 8:S) to 11: 10 a. m.. 1:. Jo 5 p. in. I,. C. M1LI.EH .s IVY MIIjIjKK. aw-.ciitr .MONEY TO 1,0 AN On Jenclry, furniture, piano';, horses, wagons, real estate. Insur ance policies; iMj-ahle-neeklv or mouth IN pawiuints; buslmss coiilldentlal; "'eniiiss 7 to 8. II. G. Miller. 17 Central ollice lihlg. TO LOAN $2,'J0O at per cent. Interest. OTtf II. O. Feederle. fl to $Hi0 on diamonds, watches, lioiise hold goods, pianos, horses, i te. No delnx . Terms lowest. Business strlctlj- private. F. II. Cilev, room 55, Central oulce building. Tel. 2(5. mar 1 l'W) HAIR DRESSING. Vewlllopena new- hair dressing p irlor at 1J9 S. Howard st. (up stairs), Mnj 'j. Ladles call and seuournew Roods. li-11 Mlssi.s Longcov A. Akmiui. WANTED. V ANTED GimkI nislit boy. Akron DIs . t rii t Telegraph Co. :!t f f vVANTKD !s.ilesiin'iiio liiiiiiiTe builders and hardware supplies; nietalic and as phaltum paints and other salable nrtlcli's. Address American Supply ColHiO-'iSu Second iiv.. Pittsburg, Va. WASTED-A girl. Mis. M.O'Netl, 400 W. Market st.. corner Walnut. WANTED Experienced laundry woman. Enquire 405 E. Exchange st. WANTED-A p,irl t odo general house work; no washing; house i leaning o er; at SB K. Market t. ' 11-11 AVANTED Bv responsilile firm, manager for oilier nt Akron; snlarj $I,'-Wn jearwith ilianee for a(hnnceiin.nt; position pcrm-i-nent ; JfifO cash and ufereiKe iiiiuind. Ad dress I'. O. 1mx ?'., Columbus. Ohio. 12-11 WANTED Female help. Housekeeper in family of three; no washing; best of wages; house has all niodirn eonvenli'iiies. Applv Thursday, May 4. Mis. Geo. Jlnrler, No. 107 Marshall ae. Hi-12 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE A good building lot on II row n nr. Will lw sold cheap If liouglit at once. Address I.G., care Democrat. MS A Beautiful Home For rent cheap to tlie right party. 'Money to loan at 6 per cent. P. P. Bock & Co., 209 S. Howard ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. bTEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-nt-Inw. Prompt attention given to collections. Pal mer block, 1CS South Main St., Akron, Ohio. Tel. 61S. JEWELER. FOR REPAIRING See George Haneline. "Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry. 133 South Main st-. under red w ntch sign. 222tf AUCTIONEER. ! A. 8. FOWLER Auctioneer. Orders " left at A.B. Smith's store pronipty attended to. 2SI3-J22 WANTED TO LOAN $1,(MX to" $3,000 at G per con t for term of years if security is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Hale & Everett block-. Coates Tel. 1523 W. R COLEMAN, Justice of the Peace and Notary. 205 Wooster avenue. RKAiesTATE AND INbURANCE. Homes on monthlv navments. straight' 7 f; ercent interest, l hne homes ranclnir rom 1550 to M.0O0. V m beat all comnetltors. Telephone CSS. MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a largo amount of money Jo loan on good real estate sccuritj. Iow rate of interest. Terms most reasonable." 149 S.sHaward St., Phones 582 and 593 , . t.i: ti !ctrt.t.c, . Ha plants by the afcre, Ioo victim b of cough and cold IssikIiiii indcryinp, Ior we've all stopjetl dyinflf Since Brazilian Halm was sold. And Tjr those who desire Not just yet to go higher IHb wcrthitnrcight In gold, ItAAAiUkAiUfcAAAAAi. strose:i 3ROS. 9oarsn a s u r-s a t- New inacliinery. new location. ; We guarantee our work. High ? gloss or domestic fhiislr. 3 t . ... a. v. .ra . C Nos. 132-137 North Howaidst. $ t .x, r nrvrrr-.'- Kentucky Jtlumimciit ) .lii.tt eil. .CiiATT.OfKiA, May 4. The beantif ul yranite nuiiiumeiit erected by the state vi Kentucky in Chielctmauga park -was dedicated with imposing ceremonies. I'm nai emeu Went on Mrikc. New Casti,!-, P.t.. May 4 A scneml itrike of funuce woriter-oi i urred licre, c.iurfiig all I lie furiuci's to be closed down. About !0J men were affected. Kill, il h l.l;liluhi,-. C:"iiini:ijAM Id JF.o J. Howanl Fraley and Heiiry Lewis were lulled and Ray Iewis- wtis injured by light uiiiK at Terra Alta, W. Va. . 4oiisnI tir lliiiielona. Wahi.sgto:., il.ty 4. The president appointed Julius G. Lay," consul at Windsor, Ontario, as consul general at Barcelona, Spain. imiditlnn of Hnb.irt. WAs.mt;TON, Jlay 4. The condition of Viwi President Hobart continued alwut the :s.ime. ll.ili.tn JIlinNtry Resigned. Kojie, 5Liy 4. The Italian ministry resigned. The Easy Food Easy to Buv. Easy to Cook, Easy to ' Eat, Easy to Digest. Quaker Oats & At all grocers in 2-10. pkgs ixsotticse:! For Drugs, Prescriptions, Fancy Artlclis and Cigars come to the rJev Drug; Store a IfO. 1 12 J S. Main St., . ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor CASPAR ZINTEL. Manufactuier of all kinds of brushes. Orders, promptly iittciuled to. ISO MILL STJIT3FT. AKRON, O. FIRST and THIRD TUESDAYS EACH MONTI-' ."BY THE... Louisville & Nashville Railroad Write for Information it C P. ATWRE, G. P. A., - - LOUISVILLE, KY. I SBSW t VJ-Ik V I 0 si-Mg Mssrt, Blend most softly and play most effectively over A festive scene 'nbcutlirov-ii 'by waxen candles. J-iic lignt tnat hcighlens beauty's charm, tbatgicstbe finished touch to thedrawing room or dining room, is the mellow glow of Sold in all colors aud shades hangings or decorations. S Manufactured by . fc K STANDARD OIL CO. g m rur saiu everywucic .-a !," -i ?J Thcv hav ttood the test ofvears. and have cured thousands cf cas of Nervous Diseases, such aDebiiit, Dizziness Sleepless ness 2nd Varicocele, Atrophy.ftc Theyclearthc brain, strengthen the circulation, make digestion perfect, and Impart a healthy vigor to the whole helnc. All drains and losses are checked fmiOr Strain fermanently. Unless patients "f't)5uiiii arc properly cured, their condi tion often worries them Into Insanity, Consump tiop or Death. Mailed sealed. Price it per box; 6 boxes, with Iron-clad legal guarantee to cure or --fjnd the money, 5 00. bend for free book. Address, A. Warner, diujisM. 20S "U. Maikut. 'VATTKD Cao of bud liwilth thp IH-r-A-N-S win not benefit. Homl coats to IMpniiH Clioiulcnl Co., Nuw Yutk, for 10 aainpleonU 1(000 testlmonlitUi Ba w U Tn m I 7 jr.vlfisAI " ' V sSSfM ?s Jill 3 1 i I t 1 I 1 WAX CANBLESl i WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY I will guarantee that my Rheumatism. Cure will relieve lum bago, sciatica and all rheumatic pains In two or three hours, and cure in a few day i. MUNYON. At ell drugsists, 3c. a vial. Guide to Health and medi cal advice free. 1505 Arch et.. Phila. ATKINSON'S DOCUMENTS. . 1Iot Not Ii it He .s.aid Tbej AVere III ills lllteriew. S Ki!vcisto, ifoy-1. Iii accoid ance with the onlera from the postmas ter geuuvtl Postmaster Montague or dered".! rigid nt.ncction of all mail ly- 1 in:; in tlie oliite euroute to Manila The 1 search reie.ilid tlie incscucc of the ' printed dot umciits wJiicl. had been mailed to the mihlaiy lonimanders and j tn tlie memiiers. ot the rinlippme com j mission. On the".mppcr of each, near the address, are the words; "Jf uot de I lnered within (if d.iyy, luturn to box 11'.', Btte-tOll. In an interview in Boston, Edwaid Atkinson claiuu d they were simply pri ate editions of documents ordered printed bv the United States senate. Tw o of the pamphlets are entitled "The Hell of V.'ar" and "Criminal Ag gression."' The third li.is no sjiccific title aud contains copies of speeches de livered by Senator Hoar, ex-Governor Bontnull and Judge I'dmuuds. liiSideil Ibslifip nr Oregon. Pokti.vm, Or.. May -1. Bishop CinLstie has been appointed archbishdp of Orcg'iu Htpew 1 .itnrs I1hiiii,i. Ci fa n.AM, May 1. In an interview here, Hon. Chauncey M. Depcw said ho favored tlie continuance of Senator M. A. Ilauna as chairman of the Hcpnbli !5in national couiuiittce. THE MARKETS. FlTTsliUltu. May 3. WHEAT-No. 1, nponnd test, 71&72c, No. 2 red. (?Jtt70.!. COIST No. -' jtllovr shelled. 4040c; hif h mixed sin lied, Jl5.3n;.e, mixed, 37J33Se; No Jjello t jr. l-Val-I'cjliigh mixed ear, 40 (JJlc. mixi-.l, .ad!)c? low mixed, :jCs!!7c OATS No 1 white, 344(5doc: No. 2 white, ?'? Ul,4". extra No i, 33g34Hc; No. 3 regu lar, aXaai'-e; rejected, JKosTJc. HAY No 1 timothy, tlO2?g.0 75, No. 2 do, ttXM&lOOO. No 3 do, $7.o!)'a8 00, No. 1 clover, nnxid. 'l ZKa'J 7j- No. 1 cloier, ! OOg.90: No. 1 prairie, S 0o8 J, No 2 prairie, 7.0OA7.5O; No. J prairie, 7 00s7l): No. 4 prairie, $B 50 7.U0; pit King, K.50SS03, No. 1 timothy, from country waon. loose, $11 00a 11.50. POULTRY" Live Large chickens. 707oc per pair, snill, IkKhGoc; ducks, SOfeCOc por pur; turlo'is Dalle per pounl, geese, $1.00 (fjl.15 per p ur. Dressed ChicKtns, 1&S14C per pound; ducks, M;jl4c: tmktjs,14'sI5c; geese, OiSl.ic. llUTTrit E1!!! prints, l'Jc: -tr.i cream crv. 17'lSe: Ohio, fancy creamery. 155l6c; country roll, li,314e; low grade and cooking, lOallc. CI1EE-E Full crtain, Ohio, new, 10!(Jllc, thm-ijiMiJers. !lj,(lik.; New York state, full crtam, new, llfffll'sc; .Wisconsin, 13l14c:20 jmnnd bni.!:, Swiss, MC01J'ju; limburger, HJi lalJc. EGGS Strictly fresli Piniis3lvama and Onto, in case-,, 12,ttl2 2o; goo-e tgga, 253Jc; diaJsejs, 14(jloc. PlTTsiiuao, May 3. CATTLE Receipts light; market steady; un ch inged We (luott": Extra, ?5 305 10; prime, f5 20a5JJ, good, f5.UJtSo.10, tidy, 4.704ft), fair, stu(j-;4 rj. common. J150S3.93; heifers, ,"J 'Sytti OJ; oxen, (LHya,i 15 bulls and stags, s; 5151--5, common to good fat cows, $2 25 4 0), good fresh cows ?45 COCo-55 00. fair, 25.00 10 00. bo'ognaco.s.?10 0Jg,20.00. HOGS Receipts 10 loads, market steady on In st grades and slow on others. We quote the following prices Prime mediums and best heavies, $J-flo, hcay Yorkers, JJ.9J, light Yorkers, sy.soa 85, pigs, J3.Cifl3.75, roughs, $i.:-0fc.-.4J. bHEEP AND LAMBS buuply light; mar ket slow. We quote: Choice wethers, ?4 9J (0.5 00, good wethers, $1 70:4 05. fair mixed, H.20.3.4 10, common, .503 50, choice lambs, ; 0-25.7C loiiimonto good, il 7K&5 60,' spring, H-nl),. n 0 R'l 0(1. -, eal eah cs, J 5 035 5 J, heavy and thus, S! 034 W Cincinnati, May 3. HOGsJIark-1 aetn o at 1563.85. ( ATTLE Market slow and steady at J2.75 ..i3W r-UEEI' AND LAMBS Market for sheep S" ron g.a t Si OlXtt 1 75 I jnnlfe at ?4 50ts0 00. N.w Yoith, May 3. WHEAT bpot niarKet bteady; No. 2 red, it24c f. o. 1 afloat and TOJc m eleator; No. 1 aorlhern, Dulutli, 82Jic f. o. b afloat to ar rne. CORN biot market steady, No. 2, 40J lie f. o b afloat to arrive and spot. OATS bpot market steady : No, 2, 32"o, No. 3. 31! jc. No. 3 white 86c; No. 3 wfyte, SJc: track, mixed western, 3234c; track White, 35 (2 8c CATTLE Market steady on light snpply. Steers, 1 50(ft5 40, tojii, $5 55; common oxen, $2.75. bulls, tt.25(5 20. cows, i00(a3 80. fcHEEP AND LUIBS-Market slow- for all gndis, good stock steady: under grades w i ale. Unshorn sheep, $4 00(85 50, clipped do, $o.505? 00: w oolcd lambs. $5 00(50 50; clipped do. $5 WXS'J 15. clipped culls, $4.50, spring lambs, $A005.50 each; one car southern do at $5 00. HOUa Market slow and lower $8 WSiW. LOCAL MARKETS. " WHEAT 73 CENTS. Retail Prices. 2Uy 4, 8 p.m. Buttor, cicamory 22c. country 20c, cooking lUJv, ; lard 10c; eggs 14c; chickens, 14c per lb. Corn, car 23c to 25c per bushel, shelled 45c: oats 3oc to 3Gc; hay 60c toTOc a.hunclreil; strsiw 30c" to 40o :i luindrcd. Potatoes (15c per bushel. Lettuce 14c per pound. Irov onions, three bunches for oc. Asparagus lOoperlb. Uadishes, (luce bunches for 10c, Wholesale Prices. AVheatT.ic; oats 30c to 33c; corn, ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c; hay, $9.50 up; rye, 58c. Uutter, creameiy, 18c. country, 12e to 14c, cooking, Gc to 8c; lard, O'c; eggs, 12c; chickens, live 9c, dressed tic. Navy beans, f 1.34, $1.40; maiiow Tat beans $1.50, $1.05. Potatoes, 50 to 5Te a bushel. Cured bides,"o. 1,8'Ko. 2, 8c, gieen,N"o. 1, 7i(Cc, No. 2 OcJsCc, cured calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No." 2, 9)c; green, No. 1, 9c; "No. 2, 8c; tallow, No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts,lamb skins, 90c. Pork, dressed, 4)Cc, live $3.75 to $1.00; beef, dressed, 0c to 7Kc, live 3cto4c; nlutton, live. 1,'c to 5c; dressed", Oc to 7c; liinib, dressed, 9'.c live, 5c; spiilig Iamb, 15; pork, loins, 8c; veal, live 4je to 5c; dressed, 8c. Sugar-cuied hum, 84c to 9'jc; shoulder, 5fei f'e; Califonria liain, 5jc to 5c; bacon, 74cU 8Jjc; dried beef, 10c to lie; lard, simon pure, OJifc in luli; 0c in tierces; country kettle 5X5 puio lhrd, 5c. ! - nc m T1U A i lUSAlAMYNUIJl ftH -SCI " Ui .r.. .vvv i ui J i a i BiAfiLi una . A S?OA&NCF. A BRINGS JY BY JOHN vSTRANGE VINTER. Copj right. ISS3. by the-Author. fHAPTEH VI. THK HAND OK T11K llKVD. ' Mr. Lawon ceased speaking and fixed 'his attention ninai his companion. Mary also tniued her clear etnpon thcl.iw yei ,iiul awaited what lie might say net To s,iy tlu-O-ast nf it. ids remark vas nnezpected "I iray ay at once .hat I did not make this will of Captain Jonwdy," he said in polite and strict ly professional accents. "It was made i by some person unknown to me and handed to me by Captain Conway, seal '?d as you see it, with instructions that 1 -honld necessity arise I should at once seek you out, break the seilsin your presence and make yon acquainted with the contents " "I am quite at your service," said Mary tremulon-ly. ! The lawvei at once broke the s,.,iis and drew from tin- long, tonirh fnl ope a folded p.ippr. Maiy 5-.it, with li.mds quietly cl.itiicd in litr lap, w.iit ing. Mr .M.imiingtuii esist liii cje over Ibe v.riting. fiowncil. bit his lip, ;ilanced at the girl widow jippielien biely ami tlieii e'ongiicil nci(iuv. "Yort have no idr.i I s-Tioiilil -siy I uie.m' ho -taiiimeieil Mary looked up. "Will you read it .' Mie biigge-ted "I liae no idea wliat is in it, but I fch.dl be sm prised at notli- j ing. C.iptaiu Conway had strange ideas on some subjects. " 1 "Very strange, " murmured Mr. Law- son, who gathered from the lawyer's manner that the will contained nothing of pleasant import to tlie lady. "I will lead it," said the lawyer, then coughed again and began : "I, Edward fonw-iy, ciptrm of tlio S. S. Arikhniim, l ins of soniid nuod on this tlio 1 J til lir of Jtilr, IS , drc!.irthis tolie ray list ill and tcsUmint. .ll and any jirojKTtj of which I d jkiiso-hI I Kivo and bnint ilh lomy nppliHn, IlimJrd ('oiiwjy, to 1h- ab-.o-lultly .mil rntirlj at hi own iliroa. 'EiiwahhCon'hai. "In the prt.(;nto of Henry Challcrton, John Walker." For a few moments the widow and the shipowner were too much surprised to speak. Of the tlnee Mary was the most composed. Mr. Law son was, how ever, the first to break the silence. "Yon were perhaps otherwise provid ed for, Mrs. Conway?" he said gently. Mary shook her head. "No; I am entirely unprovided for," she leplied. "But hnt such a will is preposter ous. Maiiniiigtou, is there no possibil ity ot upsetting it V" "Wills have been upset, of course, and will be again," said the lawyer, guaid edly. "In this case, however, such a course would be costly and uncertain. Mrs. Conway was living with licr hus band up to the time of his leaving home, she is living under his louf now, and it wonld be diflicnlt to prove that the nephew had possessed or exercised anyundne influence or that the testator was not of sound mind at the time of jnakiiig the will. Yon, for instance, could not come foiwaid to throw any doubts upon his sanity fiom your own I observation, for tDe jury and tlie public would alike ask what weie jonubont to send out a vessel like the Arikhama in charge of a person whom j on believed to be moie or less of a lunatic." "Yon could not say it," put in Maiy, rising to her teet. "Nor should I wish it. Gentlemen, jou need not trouble about me I'daie say Mr. Howard Con way will not turn me out of this honso while my mother is so ill or until sho is gone'where thcie is no need of any refuge." "J will communicate with him at once," said Mr. Mannington. "It is not at all likely, especially as he in herits eveiything, which must be a great and unexpected thing for him," he added. "Then I need not detain you any longer," said Mary, holding out her hand. Mr. Lawon iKis-csed himself of it. "Forgive me, my dear jonng lady," he said, kindly, "but have yon means for the moment .' If jou hav'o illneas in the hone, and yon spoke of jour mother' "My mother is very ill, "very, ipry ill," said Mary. "She was an invalid when I married, but thf news of Cap tain Conwaj 's death c.inio upon her without warning and brought on anoth er stroke, a very seiious one. We have not much hope of her." Her. voice dropped away to whafwas little more than a whisper. Mr. Law son kept hold of her hand and murmur ed conoling little plnases. Mary, how ever, was quite dry eyed. Her grief and despair were too deep for ordinary ways of sorrow. "Yon must let me see you through this," ho said at last. "Your husband was in the service of my company for many, yeais, and you ranst not hesitate to tako fiom mo what is necessary to tide yon over this un looked fcr time. IIa o yon formed any idea or plana yet.' But no of couiso you havo not. Who was to expect that nch a will would be left behind?" Mary looked upon him with her won derful clear eyes. "I earned my living for years befoio I was married," she said, simply, "and I shall be able to earn it again. Just now, of course, I am all oiit.of leckoning and ean set .about nothing. Yon are eiy kind, Mr. Law son, but I have sonio money left." "I will supplement it," lie "aid, hur riedly, and toie himself awav, nnablo longer to be.tr the dumb pain of her J eyes ana montn. At lat sho was left alone, alone to think over the end to which her fine marriage hadbionghther, to think that here she was in a house which she had thought her own, but wnich had been left away from her to one whom her husband had always professed to hate fiercely, penniless except for the few pounds which she happened to lnue drawn out of the bank before the news of the foundering of the Aiikhaina.had readied them. Well, she had wished, longed, piayed, to bo flee, and her wishes, longings and niaveis had been heard and answered Still she wonld be content. Evei.7 crust of bread that she earned would be her own, and sweet wonld be the taste thereof it would bo better, far hotter to sweep a ciossiiig and to live content edly on the pence earned by.aweepiiig it well, thaii to live in luxury i.uucri hy the loss of all her womanly self lesjiect. lheie came to her mind more tiniei tlian onceuvolse out of the Gmtf IJoyU SnJ JOHN VW WvSTRANGE 7 VIWTFD. 5 That catarrh has any relation to barrenness in women is surprishijr to many. It i- one of the mysteries of catarrh. ThU insidious disease pene trates to every organ of the body. Thousands of women have catarrli and are ignorant of it. Dr. Hartmans book for women makes these matters plain. Write to Pe-m-ua Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for this book and a book of cm c3 effected by Pc-ra-na. fth &. a ?a si hm k!1, J a. "ve.efi'i. ' Jif&ZS&.U IWT v i JVX mBrW'W &JVZil fl.IV 1 7 rv Mrs. L. M. Griffith, Cambridge, Neb., writes: " Your medicine did me a Wonderful amount of frood. It cured me of bar renness. I am 30ycais old and bad never borne any children; but since beginning jour medicine Igaebirth to a 10-pouud Inby girl. She is now siv months old and weighs 25 pounds. My friends weie all surprised. Some would not believe it until they came to see me. My husband says he never saw sikIi a change in any one as there was in me after I had taken three or four bottles of IV-ru-na. "I am stronger than I havo been since I was quite young, (tod bless vou and v our rrcdicinc. forever." "Better a dinner of herb where love is than a stalled ox and hatred theio with." How hue. how true! And jet the poor soul above struggling with tilt rapids of life and death had never seen the beauty of the dinner of heibs. She had loured to bo .io the stalled ox, be lieving tli.it tlie smoothest pathwajn must alwavs 1" tlie most pleasant and the best for us. Well, she had enjoyed her biief spell of the stalled ok to the. full, and it was piobable that she would slip away over the gteat barrier with out ever knowing that thoie had Leen hatied at all. And if .that -.honld be so, Mary Conway felt tb.it she would be able to fucciiil the rest of hex life fear lessly and with a thankful sphit. Late in the evening a messenger ar rived bunging a letter by hand from Mr. Lawson. Deau 31ns. CoNvrAi it femd I do not jsfc, do not fccclc to know , the reason that your li x and left so strange and almost inhuman a vnll uehind him. It is enough for me that yen are a woman, nlom, yinins: and in trouble. ! Will j on at cept the inclosed aa a Rift from one who knew your husband for nnny yiars and who liked and reiMctcd him' 1 lies you to aetcpt it as l.indly as it is olftred to you. Sin cerely yours, Hl'MlVliAVTSOS. 00 IT YOURSELF. It is easy to tell whether your Kid neys, me deceased. Take a bottle or glas tuniblerand fill it with urine. If there is a sediment a powder-like I substance alter standing a day i.ud j night, there issoinethingwrong w ilh I the Kidneys. Other sine signs of disease ale ;i desiito urinate often, pain in the back, or u your urine stains linen. Theie is no question that Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the best and siuest medicine in the world for diseases of the Kidneys, Liver, Bladder and Blood, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and Chionic Constipation. It quickly relieves and cures inabil ity to hold urine and the necessity of getting up a number of times dining the night. It puts an end to that, scalding pain when passing urine and eoirects the bad cllecfs of whisky and beer. It is sold for one dollar a bottle at all diug-stoies. Send your full postotlico addiess to the DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S CORPORATION, Rondout, N. Y'.. and mention this paper. They will thoiLinail vou a trial bottle ol Fav orite Remedy and-a valuable medi cal pamphlet free, giving full direc tions foritsusc. Kvei.v reader of the Akkhx Daily Dkjiockat can de pend upon the gcnuiness of this libeial ollei, and alt suireruih lioin the diseases mentioned above should take advantage of it at once. itlcnrrft bc11s1 Dlftmvnfl faM4. YROYAL FSLU Orlclnal anrt Onlr uenuln. 8rc, alwaji reliable, ladics iix Druggist for CM httir EnnUt Dia J mond Brand la Hod as 1 (rold iaetall.cN nnnlhrr. RfuaitA7atTOU2ltbltitu- Jgla tnip for jwUcuHrt,. textimonUIi .&! ff? "Relief for f.aSlttf,inletlcr,tyrturu .. J faiifliiiHii it tlrn--it nr am A Xai -" CiIchc"fprChtin!calCV!rrnfiQw-f!k U Locl UnijtlsU iillJiOXu iA THE EMPIRE OP THB SOUTH Second Edition A. BoAutifudy Illustrated Book Full ot Im portant Information The FirBt Edition of the 'Empire of the South" having been exhaustrd, a, Second Edition is now ready for distribution. It is a handsome volume ol about 200 pages descriptive of the South and its vaft resources, beautifully illustrated, and regarded by critics as the meet complete production of its ku.d that has ever been published. Persona wishing to secure this work will please enclose to the undersigned 25 cents per copy, which amount ap proximates the coBt of delivery. Re mittances may be made in stamps or otherwise. Address all communicatioiis on thi subject -to W. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Washington, D. C. Tho Best Ballroad With tho fceft Trains I hrough tho B- st Country Pullman Qare Dining Oato. The Southern Bailway in cuniif-etioii with the Queen & Crescent Route, forms the great ebort-line highway from Louisville and Cincinnati to I he principal points in Tennessee, Ala bama, Georgia, Florida, Louisana, North and South Carolina, with direct steamer connections for Havana, Cuba, KasBau, N.P., and Key West." Double daily trainB with through sleepers Only 21 hours to Jacksonville; 51 hours to Havana. All agents sell tickets via the South ern Railway Round-trip tickets Jo principal Southern lesortn Ask your nearest ticket agent for rates and other information, or write to 0. A. Raird, Trav I'aSo'r Agent, Louisville, Ky., or J 0. Ream Jr., N W. l'asa'r Agent, SO Adan.s St.. Chi cngo, HI , or Wm. If. Taylop.Asnisrant General lV.Fseiiger Ajp-nt, i.ouiqvillM, Ky. rm Mgsk & S;ei jt Inclospd with this letter was a check for 100. i It would be hard to describe Mary's feelings that night. The kindness, the 1 distant dignity of the few words, im pressed her deeply. She never thought of refusing the kindly gift, so welcome to save her from unheard of horrors. She only longed fiercely and passionately that she wight, nay could, wonld, go and tell this man everything, tell him the whole sicyof her marriage and the cause pnra and simple why Captain Conway had left a cruel and wholly nn jnst will behind him, a sinister blow to strike her in a vulnerable part and from which she had no chance of de fending herself. She went to her bed that night with a fixed intention of going in the morning to seek out Mr. Lawson and to tell him eveiything, with a determination that she wonld justify herself in his eyes. But morning brought different feel ings. In the early dawn a change for the w oise came over Mrs. Hamilton, j and the nurse called Mary from her bed, believme: that the end was .nigh at hand. And as she stood by the side of tliat poor, flickerini;, feeble light, so soon to burn out into nothingness so far as concerned this woild, a voice came to her telling her to do nothing, to say nothing the voice of a strange, enri ons, wise instinct, which said: "Yon are free. Don't fetter your freedom by troubling about thepa't. With good in tentions yon did what jou thought and believed was for the best. The sacrifieo was made, sen ed its purpose, and you are xeleased. Do nothing. Accept the kindness of this stranger, tako it as it is offered and endure all in silence. At the very worst his suspicion, if he has one, is only a suspicion. No good can come to von by blackening the memory of a f de.id man. If you speak, yon will but save your fair fame at the expense of his. If he has een ungenerous to you, so qiiteful as to aim a blow at you from his sulci's grave, do not yon retaliate by striking back .it him now. Best, far best, to suffer in silence; wisest, far wisest, to cat vonrself off as completely as may bo from the mistaken past, to begin life afresh on your own lines and as free as is possible from the influences vvhiL'h have dominated yon, huit yon and poisoned your better self hereto fore." Mary Conway knew tint her instinct was a wise one, that the strange myste rious voice was that of a friend in tho best sense of the word. She made up her mind during those few tenible hours of watching that she would follow tlie advice which had come .to her from her inner self, that she would bury tho past and begin a new life with the day that she turned her back upon the home of her brief married life, the house which had been in no sense a home to her. And the following day Henry Lawson received this note: I tlumk you n ith all lny heart for your hind and CLiieroas salt. It will bomy salvation and will uunlu me to start mjM'lf afresh. Iain quite alone in tho world now. M mother died at o o'Uoik this afternoon. Yours vv ith deep gratitude, SIahyConwav. TO BI5 coxnxufcD. VIEW OF TFE HAGUE. rHERE THE CZAR'S PEACE CONFER ENCE WILL MEET. In CKpeclull Appropriate I'lnre I'nr Mich u flatlierlnyr Th" Uiiiise of the AVooiIn. "Where the Seexlons "Will He Held VttrnetioiiK of the Cilj. Special Conesponilence. Thk Haguk, April 20. Dropping down from Paris into this quaint old Dutch town I find the sturdy bnigbers "polishing up tho handle of the big front door," prepaiatoiy to the admis tion of the delegates to the czar's peace convention which meets here on 3Jay 18. The Hollaiitlers take it as a great compliment that their ancient city of The H.igno should have been chosen as the meeting place for this international conference of distinguished personages and are making the city as attractive as possible. To this end not a few im provements are being luadc in public buildings and streets, and altogether this is a general housccleaning time. It is quite pertinent that the confer ence looking toward the reduction of the world's aimaments should be held within the realm of that fair young queen at whose coronation last autninn there was very little of that military display and pomp ot arms which usually attend the enthionement of moiiarchs. There were of course on that occasion soldiers galore in gorgeous trappings, but it did not partake of the charac ter of a great military demonstration. As the winsouio girl queen, clad in white, tho emblem of peace, journeyed fiom tho palace to the modest Nieuwo kerk to receive the diadem of Nassau and Orange, the pageant of which she was the central and adored figure was decidedly ono of rc.ice, and the demon strations of lovo and lo3'.ilty which greeted her were inspired by the feeling that she would rule her subjects with gentleness and benignity as beconieth the sovereign of a peace loving people. The place selected for the holding of the session" of tho peace conference is ideal. It is the Huis ten Bosch, or the House of the Woods, a .splendid little castle in the suburbs of The Hague, re mote from the noiso and bnstle of tho city, It is about a mile from the city. Itjis embowered in a wood of oak and tretch and covered with dark green ivy. Near it is a placid lake, mirroring tho beantifnl surroundings. The still wa ters and tho quiet trees seem to suggest the idyllic air in which a peace conven tion should assemble. It is certainly one of the most delightful spots on earth. The castlo was. bnilt in 10-17 by Ar chitects Van Ciniipcn and Pot for the Princess, Amelia von Solms. the widow of Prince Frederik Henrik. It contains man beantifnl paintings from De Greb ber and varions pupils of Rubens. When Queen Wilhelmiim is in The Hague she usually makes her home in the House of the Woods which is her favorite pal.ice. The Bosch, froinVhich the palace takes its same, is a forest p.uk, which hugins at the fashionable end of the town and extends for three or four miles. The p.uk is full of lofty oaks, which have been allowed to grow to their natural size and in their nat ural way, contrmy to the usual Dutch custom, which is to trim trees in syni metiicnl shape. Tho room in the Honso of tho Woods in which the peace con ference will meet is .thy "orange Baal," mi octagonal htillj i'J foot in diameter and elaborately decorated. It is sur mounted by a cni ol.i (JO feet in height. There is much that is interesting to sec in The Hague. Among the notable show places is the Royal mnsenm in the Maurits Hnis, which is named from Erince Maurice of Nassau, by whom it was bnilt nearly tlnee centuries ago. It contains perhaps the largest and most valuable collection of the paintings of the old Dntch masters now extant. The delegates to the conference will probably be honed in some of the splen did hotels on the Vooihonlt, one of the principal streets of the town, and which Iff 4m 1I1K HOUSE or THE WOODS. is linen wmi stately tre-ns like most of the avennes of The Hague. To some of the distinguished rersonspreseut.doubt Iess courtly hospitality will be extended. They will be entertained in somo of the half dozen palaces of the city. They are called palaces over here, but they do not look as palatial as many of the pri vate residences of New York million aires. Whether the czar was piouipted by in absolutely sincere desire for inter national disarmament in calling this convention or whether he" has "some thing up his sleeve" is, ns Lord Dun dreary would have said, "something as no fellah can find out." At any rate it will afford some famous diplomats and their secrctaiies and attendants a very pleasant holiday amid most delightful surronndings and is likely to promote international cosiity, if it does nothing moie practical Patt. Thornton. RIOTERS PLACED UNDER ARREST. Some Caught In Itlnlio and Others Mails Tliflr J.scape. WnuM:ii, Ida., JMay 4. Sixty rioters, coueeined in the disturbance of last Snuduy, w ere arrested atter the arrival of Company M, Twtiiity-fonrth infantry. As soon as the serving of warrants be can, the rioters scrambled over tho hills in frantic efforts to escape. About GO were caught and others will be pursued. Oiilv one tried to resist. Ho was j piomptly overpowered. Tim pir-ouers were marclieu to camp. Nearly all were Swedes and Italians. Fifty-nine men of the Fourth cavalry arrived here from Walla Walla. Cor oner Franco e'liipaneled a jury and the inquest on the v ictims of the mob be gun. No more rioting was feareil until arrests b.':r.:ii on Canyon creek. WILL NOT BOTHER ATKINSON. Lunr s.ml tlie .lilimiiNtrntioii Wouldn't Kestilct Hi X'ersonal Lllierly. Bim.hav, Mas-,., Hay 4. John D. Long, stci ( t.try of the .i.ivy. was asked for eapres-ion of opinion in regard to the exclusion ot Edward Atkinson's pamphlets from mails destined for tho Philippines. Tho secretary s lid: "Tlie administration wonlil no moru think of interfering with the personal liberty of Edvv . ml Atkinson thau with that of Daniel Pratt, the great Ameri can traveler, if he were still alive." Bnrr's Tleree Retort. Aaion Bun at one time attended church in Albany where all the aris tocracy of tlio town was to be found on each Sunday. Soon he fell into the practice of lining late, and finally tho wardens of the church asked the min ister to lepiiiu.iud him openly. On the nest Sunday, when Burr entered late as usual, the minister stopped in the middle of his sermon and said, "Sir, I shall "appear at the judgment seat against vou!" . . Burr gazed at him placidly and an swered, "tiir, in all of my'practice I have found that class of criminals that turns state's evidence the most to be despised. " Theyj were no more public reprimands in that church. ricntj- of aiotlvc. Manager Your play lacks motive. Playwright Motive, man ! Why, 1 haven't had a square meal in a year! Detroit Journal. YOU KNOW IT IS TRUE. That Is If It Is Told You By a Neigh nor. These Statements Are By Persons Whom We Arc Willing to Believe. If a person you respect tells ,mi .something, you believe bini. Ydu may know the person whose state ment we publish in this in tide, but you can easily know him. because we give .vou his name ami add i ess and Iio lives right beie in Ohio. That is the way wo do, we givt you the names of the people living in this State who have used Morrow's Kid-ne-oids for backache and kidney troubles, becauso we f want you to consult the people about the good Kid-ne-oids bave done them. Mr. Owen Pagan, Woo tor st., Bowling (iift-n. Ohio. s,aj: "1 was greatly troubled with a si-vero pain aeioss the small of my back and right hip. I was. not aWe to attend to my vvotk. About this time I heaul about Morrow's Kid-ne-oids and de cided to give them atrial. I took them accouling to directions and Kid-ne-oids emed me in a remarka bly short time."' Moirow's Kid-ne-oids ;ue not pills, but Yellow Tablets and sell at tirty cents a box at all drug stores and at John Lainparter it C'o.'s drug .store. Mailed on receipt of price. Manu factured by John Morrow V Co., cheinMdt sjptiugltelil, Ohio. . Parsnip Complexion. A majority of tho ills afllicting people today can bo traced to kidney trouble. Tt prevade's all classes of society, in all climates, regardless of age, sex or condition. The sallow, colorless-looking peo ple you often meet are afllicted with "kidnoy complexion." Their kid neys are turning to a parsnip color, so is their complexion. They may suffer from indigestion, bloating, sleeplessness, uric acid, gravel, dropsy, rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, or iriegular heart. You may'depend upon it, the cause is weak, unhealthy kidneys. Women as wfcll as men an nuulc miserable "u ith kidney and bladder trouble and both need tho samo revm tdy. Dr. Kilmer's Svvanip-Koot, the great kidney, liver and bladder rem edy will build up and strengthen weak and unhealthy kidneys, purify the iliseaseil, kidney-poisoned blood, clear the complexion and soon help the sufferer to better health. The mild and extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the- highest for its wonderful cures of the most dish essing cases", such as weak kidneys, catarrh of the bladder, gravel, rheumatism and Uright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. It is sold by druggists, in fifty cent and dollar sizes. Yim may ha e a sample bot tle by mail free, also pamphlet tell ing all about it." Address Dr. Kil mer it Co., Hinghamton, N.Y. When -writiugplea&emeiituui lead ing this generous offer in the Akron Daily Democi.it f.Aii.iuAiJ Tl&fc. lAiJLHS t Daily ; All otuers Daily except Sun day. Central Standard Time. CLEVELAND, AKRON & COLUM BUS. Union Depot, Market St. Going North. Nb27t Columbus express.... 6:05 am No 35 From Millersbursz only.., 10:37 am No 3f Columbu3 fastmail.. 4:15 pm Going South. No 2t Col.-Cin. fast mail.. 0:58 am No 38 To Millersbnrg only.. 4 :45 pm No 281 Col.-Cin. expressCtt)- 9:07 pm (it) On 'Saturday night only thia train runs 3 hours 40 minutes later. PITrSBURG & WESTERN R. B. In effect March 25, 1S99. Union Depot, Market St. Leave for the East. No 6t Vestibule limited 1:55 am No 46t Pittsburg express G :30 am No 4 Pittsburg mail 1:10 pm Arrive lrom tbe-East. 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