THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gajer
Editors and Managers.
K r H. Uk La Coukt, Mgr. Advertising Dep't
TUB AKKON' DEMOCRAT COMPANY
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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
Tiii:caiitsil of tru-1- already or
ganized exceeds six billions )f dol
lar. Ami the limit has nut yet been
incliu(i. Mr. Hanna i- u ing to lim
ine out how much sui assessment
upon this capital will le nece--aiy
to pioiden campaign fund siiMlcient
to elect another piesideiit favoiahle
to the liu-fs.
Hon. Clia-. L. Kurt announces
Unit his fight with "Haimii anil Uan-nai-m"
will lie to the death. I n hi
latest interview Knit. .s.ij.:
'l'inneil (o the piesidenfs coat
tail, Hanna niea-tue- withanogaiHT,
the view - of indiiduals or elements
of the party touaid himself, as an
tagonistic ' to McKinley, whereas
there is no thought on file part of any
llepublican in the slate of opposing
" either the nomination or the election
-of President McKinley for a second
''Hanna's craicn letieat behind
the skirts of McKinley coat N but an
evidence of his desperation. Only in
tills way doe he hope to holster up a
failing cause, and hide his o u con
scious and glowing weakness with
Kery day brings some new evi
dence such as (his of the "restoration
of harmony in the Republican camp.
The appioaehing convention ought
tg foe .a genuine love feast.
ORGANIZE THE LEAGUE.
The Citizens' Committee of Fifty
will meet tonight to deteimine,
among other things whether it
should ornithine to exist a"s"a muni
cipal league to watch legislation.
The Dkmocisat believes that the
sentiment of the citieiis geneially is
o erw heliiiingly in fa or of the main
tenance of such an organization.
So far as1 the municipality is con
cerned it is uuipiestionably the duty
of till citizens lb caiefully sciutinbe
' legislation aweting their interests.
Jlut' the past has. show u that "w hat
is everybody's business is nobody's
business." Tho diieeonseiiencesof
this lax inteiest in local alhiirs hae
been made too appaient to all om
people w ithin the hist year to requite
If the Citizens' Committee had
nothing else to its ciedit than the
fact that it has tbioughly atoused
the people of Akion to the necessity
of takiiigagieater interest than liere-
tofoie in the administration of their
citv's alfaiis. its mission would lune
, ' . ,, ,,, ,
have been well fulfilled. i
Akion people aie reinitiate just
now in being leprcseiited by a Conn-,
Fill DAY, MAY ".
CffRAD E 5 j f ) CQUNCJUP
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l;; "fill jts7iii iies ii oi if j y
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We DUt all our SOFT BOSOM T5c and 50c Colored Shirts on sale
for TOMORROW, SATURDAY, MAY 6th, at '
Voii can have your choice with 2 collars and ;i jiair of
or collars and culls attached, all for 47c. W o also-received smother cabe of
the swell red. white and blue ilk hosom shirt.- which sell fal as hot mi Ices for
1'arents, we also .have a
S? can save from o(Jc to $1.00 on everv suit lv huyinn of the Buckeve. t'onie
2fe? -tomorrow, Saturday, we will he prepared to wait on you, with extra help.
" I III j&J-M&&3
:$: I I Ii "s3&iM&l&?
ltet to U.e after dinner; n BBS
preent distress nld dipe- Ep m I 1
tloiucure constipation. WT 1
or mu.e paiiu ixll br all druKg"t- 2 centt
l'rIreJ odIt by C I. Hood A Co- Lowell. Mul
oil which has already attested its
willingut . upon moie than one
occasion, to make the light,- and
wishes of the people it- paramount
uile of conduct. "While within the
life linn of thi- Council, at leist.the
people will not- liud it neces-saiy to
organize to piotectthecitv "- inten-ts
fioin the er officials w bo should be
the defender, of tho.-e jnteiv-t-, tilt,
existence of :i Municipal league w ill
be helpful and benelici.il alike to
Akion otlicials and citien-.
Diamondand Union Match
Met In This City Local Concerns
Attorney In East.
Ch.ts: Haiid. one or Mi. O. C. ll.ir
ber's attorneys, is in Xcw York city
and will not letuin sor seeral days.
Jt.issiiid. ho is thei-e in the interests
of the Diamond Match Co., in the
foima'ioii of the new tuist.
The combination of the Conti
nental and Diamond ha- been com
mon talk among bankei- and iinan
cfels for about six weeks.
Last "Wednesday William H. I Mils
and Mr. Kddy, incorpoiatois in the
rnion Match Co.. held a confeieni-e
with Mr. (). C. H.uber at liaihcrton.
The outcome of the meeting has been
safely gn.nded. Akron men believe
that it was satisfactory. howeer.
and asseii that the deal will be tei mi
The Dr.Mot'l.'AT gae ecltisir. in'
foi inatiou "Wednesday evening, say
ing that the Akion men lecelitly ill
the east wele com iticed thai the
Diamond Match Co. was in the deal .
Inklings of the new deal caused a
block of.$ai.lKHI to be sold Tliuisday
at 140. Stock has been at i:W to 140
for six weeks or moie.
The combination will include the
Union Match Co., with a capitaliza
tion of $10,(K(i,oi), the Continental
Match Co., owned by the Gould
crowd, with a capital of about $(i,UR),
000, and the Diamond Match Co.,
capitalized at $U.00n.OiH).
For Election of Street Railroad Offi
cers Was Held Friday.
The Akion Traction it Klectric, Co.
wa oigani.ed in Cleveland Fiiday.
Messrs. Will Clnisty and J. K.
Xutt,of Akion, weie pit-sent. Mr.
Christy said this morning that the
olliceis would be elected as published
in Thursday", Diimockat.
If jour pump needs lepaiiing call
up Cahow Pump Co. Phone 195.
MACHIZS'KS FOR MEXICO
Migual and Fernando Aginlair,
lniet lin-lii" men of the City
of Mexico, weie in the ciiv Thnisday
negotiating with the dilVe.enl mir-
0hine companies foi niachineiy to be
sent to Mexico.
.special stile of children's suits
rfCmbjs SjBHHBB -jBBeav gl
35 South Howard St.
Will Lecture on Womans"
Rights In Akron.
Advance Agent In the
Mis. Anna (iciirv of Canton, who
recently figured in the sensational
tiial in which she was, chanrcd with
the minder of Geo. Saxton, w ill lec
tuie in Akron soon.
Hej subject will be "Woman's
Itights." It will deal laigelj with
the peiiod other life in w Inch Sax
ton liguied. rihe will seek to draw
lesson fiom her history.
rf. W. MacEihany of Pittsbuig,
Mi.'tGeoiges advance sfgeni. is in
Akron and will leinain until Satur
day. He is arranging with Prof. "W.
F. Stickle for a date at the Gland
Opera house. Mrs. Geoige w ill open
Jiei first iigageiuent in Pitt-burgi
5iay'.). On May 10 she will lecture
at McKeespoit, Pa., and in Johns
town, P.i.. May Mr
The "Wernei company declined an
oirer ti publih the liistory of Mis.
Terrible plagues, those itching,
pestering diseases of the skin. Put
an end to misery. Doan's Ointment
ctiies. At any drug stole.
Test Wells to be Sunk
And Other Points In the Cuyahoga
Valley 2.900 Acres Leased.
A. D. Swan, of Kent, who is pios
pecting for oil in the Cu,ahoga nl
ley. was in the city "Wednesday. Mr.
Swan repiesents a syndicate of capi
talists. He is confident that the
Cuyahoga valley is iich in oil. Ex
ternal evidences of this were discov
ered at Peninsula many cars ago.
Jn many places oil exudesfioin tho
giound at the base of bills and much
of the water in wells is of an
ollagious until i e.
Mr. Swan is taking leases co ering
2,1)00 acres. He was in the cityes
teiday obtaining leases of faims near
Peninsula and Independence.
Test wells w ill soon be sunk on the
Hioughton farnunearlndepeiideiice, '"
and later on near Peninsula. j
The dicoveiy of oil in adjacent'
counties has caused lenewed interest
to be taken in the possibilities iff like
diseo ei ies in .Summit county.
Of Strawboard Manufacturers
The lateststraw board combination,
in which Akron men aie inteie.sted,
maybe htokcii. A meeting waslield
at Chicago Wednesday at which ai- ocoiiomically and that ihetaxpayeis
ioiisileiuands weie made by m.inu- jsue well satisfied. Ilesa,s the ap
factuieis. Those piesent could not I" eialion of the wolk ol Ibis depai l-
cuH's orwithout collars Ifci$
(." pieces) on which vou
Itt i m 1
9 "iff' - ?2
3 pBa'i"'g'y01''iiili?''s JlllHEr
1 and Odd Pieces.
just arrived. In Bedroom Suits we lead them all.
Our $25 Golden Oak Suit is a winner. Do not fail
to see our
AND DRAPERIES. We can
I F F hiIRN' 1
5 IF m " Ini SLM 1 Wt 1
I hi in i m & m mmm
I 151-G 8. Main bfc. Ami Trat-y Block, BurberloJi, (.). 1
Fins Stock I j
3 ' OF" ME,V I
i jCV-fc iSk.II
IS. I i M I
Considers the Sending of Delegates a
Poor Dilector Kendall beliees the
Council is making a Useless expense
to the city iiisendingiepiesentathes
to the State conferences oT societies
of charity and collection1 He -aid It
would be wrong to charge the expen
diture for this purpose to his depart
ment. Tlu Director saps the iiiTairs
of the poor relief depnitmeut hao
I been administeied efficiently and
I mentis best shown by the Iibeiai
' contiibulioiis of money !ind supplies
thai aie fieely liiade by the citv's
.most influential piopeity owueis.
Cure that ingiown toe nail by tisuig
"Dr. rarvel's Jngrown Toe Kail
Remedy" price 5c. For sale by all
Will Not Be Allowed By the Akron
The police will make a united ef
foit Sunday net to bleak up the
loiteiing and loatingon the stieets.
Complaints lime been iiiuiieious
latel.v alioul this uiiisance and it
must be abolished. The police de
pailmcnt solicits the co-opei.ition of
meiyone in tliis entuie. They
state positie!. t Ii.it theie w ill be no
ICveiybody will politely be asked
to"nioeon." 'II they lefuseotber
methods will be lesoited to.
Attend the Great Sale Saturday at 9 O'clock.,
:N)2-iiiatt gianite t a and collee
l"M ai iwi- eiiuii win in- ifi.K'CU on
saie nei aaiiiiuay iiioiuiug ai n
i o'clock on 1st lloor, one of each only
Isold to each, customer. .!. J. Jtias-
leinle's. successor to I. II. Smith's
ic and IDc stole, IIS S. Howaid s.
Card of Thanks..
We ilesiie to epiess our siucele
thanks to I5e. Dahlinan, ueighgis
andfiieiidsjind Ihechoii of Icfoimed
chinch, foi their kind assistance
dining the illness and death of our
beloved father and busli.-md.
Mi:s. S. Pin. vm Kami i,-..
If j on think of changing .oiir
beating boilei call on Ohoilin; get
pi ii-es on the Cottage boiler for soft
coal. ' ,
is" at hand and if you are
thinking of buying a few
new pieces of
we want to see you. We
have just received an
elegant stock of Parlor
save you money.
Of the Transfer of Street
Held Off by a Question In Reference
The I'Ydeial authorities h;n-been
asked todecide an uiiusu;il question
l.iisid in eouneytioii with the tians
ferol thepiope-ityol IhcAkloii Stleet
li.iilway V- I lluuiiuatiug company to
the Akion 'Piaction & Klectric com
pany. The deed foithe piopeity was tiled
in the County Ktcoider's olllce Tues
day. The stated consideiation was
fl,(r0,(XK. Intel n, il ieenue stamps
amounting to fi"'l weie on the docu
Iiecoulei Allimr held that
there should be fl,0."(). The local
attorneys for the company were noti
fied. They take a dilfereiit iew of the
question, claiming that it is only
necessary to pay a tax on the value
ol theieal estate transfeied. 'This
wasappiaised at ?axi,U0t), tho other
piopeity consisting of fiaiicln'ses,
etc. ltecoider Ailing lias writN'ii to
the Tinted States internal reeliue
collectm for iiistuictions. The ileed
will not be recoided until a reply is
Pennsylvania Officials Inspected the
Property to Ascertain It.
The tour of inspection made by the
Pennsylvania company otlicials over
tlie C.A..W. Thuisdny, it iss.-iid.was
lot the purpose of seeing whether
I hi' propel ry is worth tin-pi ice asked
for it by the I'.iice syndicate. An
imcutoiy of the load was taken in
Clcelitnd Thursday. The deal, it is
claimed, i.s.et under nd iseinent.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. .
VNTJil) lnn r lumbers. Ajipl.x ill
iiiin1. I!i,;iu- llins. ,v li. l.'-ll
WANTi:i l.nd.N if liu-IiiL-s nliilltv to
lrnol rorlirii iiiiuitlis;fSierui ikiinil e-jH'ii-vi
to tc'lipi tout prison. VlilU'ss If. Jt.
1)., cniv I'l'im.'-!!)! olllce. I !-l"i
The Officers Elected In New York
' At a meeting in Xew York Thurs
day officer- of the Rubber Goods
, Mantifactuiing Co. were elected.
J This trust, which owns -the India
I Rubber company of Akron, i capi-1
talied at ?i.iKX),0tW. it controls a d
large number of companies including
il.n -T..io-n, A- Wi-nrlif (.c -ilifl fliit
IUC -'i-lili. .v. ....0... v,. ...... ......
Mechanical Rubber Co. The tan- j
igible assets amount to $G.lfK,r.j3, ,
I with l,427.SiO in caslj.
Opening of the Golf Season.
The formal opening of the l'oitage
(iolfclub links for the season of ly.W,
will take place on Saturday after
noon. May i:i.. The links, located on
Perkins" hill are splendidly situated.
i The executive committee consists of
iC 15. Kaymond. I I). Hall, .l.W.
'Kelley. X. J. Goodhue and (J. A.
Gardner Given the Decision.
Oscar Gardner was gien the ile
cision over Tom Hogan at Louisville,
Ky.. Thursday night, l.oth' men
weie badly, punished.
Accept the Challenge.
The Whirlwinds wish to announce
that the challenge of the team from
Jso. 12. Howe school i accepted.
They w ill play Saturday. 'Blie nia::
agci of tin' "Whirl winds i elides ;it
Ltll Ca i loll st.
Northern Ohio League.
Andy Law son. president of the
New .Haiiipshiie Slate league, was
in the city Tlmi.sday forii shoit time
pays the Plain Dealer. Law son is
known all over the country as the
man that intioduced base ball in
England by taking a team of plaj eis
known as the Boston Athletics to the
British shores in 1895. He was man
ager of the Concord (X.H.) team last
year. His visit to the west is for the
purpose of forming "a state league,
and he may deote-his energies to
this .section. He left last night for
Indianapolis to look into tlielndiana
State league. situation, but will re
turn here Monday next and investi
gate the piobabilities of a successful
lcaguejii northern Ohio.
"A compact baseball circuit in this
section would pay big money, I be
lieve," said Mr. Lawton last night.
"If I can get managcis in five or
even three uoitheru Ohio cities, to
co-bpeiate.with me, I will buy a
franchise in and organize a league at
once. It might be possible to form
an eight-club circuit, but one of si.
or even four clubs would do. I will
look over the situation in Akron,
Canton, Massillon, Sandusky, Ash
tabula and other towns and sue what
can be'done. L shall be glad to hear
from anyone interested in these
towns or in any others in this sec
tion." Mr. .Law son holds contracts with a,
number of players from last year's
New Philadelphia league, and can
put in a team on. short notice.
DEMOCRATS WILL MEET
Theie will be a meeting of Demo
ciats of piecinct D.Kifth waid,at the
comer of Bell and Hartges streets,
Friday evening, May 5th, lS'JO. All
Democrats please tuin out and help
keep up the organiatfbn. Geo. Zim
LABOR LYCEUM At the meet
ing of the Labor Lyceum. Sunday
evening, Professor S. P. Orth of
Huchtnl eolleire will sne.'ik on the
subject "The Duties of Government."
The .meeting will begin promptly at
7:3() at Kramer's hall, 107 S. Howard
st. The lecture is free to the public,
and w ill be followed by open discus
FIXJiAXD BKOICBR Mr. P. J.
Valkeapaa, a broker of Helsiugfors,
Finland, was a visitor at the Akron
Cereal Co.'s ollice Thursday. He
will lepresent the interests of a num
ber of American industries in his wi
th e land, and he was anxious to add
the Cereal Co. to his list. This com
pany is already represented in Fin
land and the services of a bioker is
not needed. Mr. Valkeapaa left for
TALLYHO PARTY A tallyho
paity, composed of the young men of
the town, will drive to Louis Young's
Sunday for dinnei.
APPLICANTS John S. Miller, of
Washington C. H., and Orin. Fuerst,
of Akron, made application for enlist
nient Thursday afternoon at tho re -
I'KRKINS ST. niUOCiK C'ity
Solicitor Ksgate has been instructed
by the Commissioners to take up tho
matter of the l'elkins st. bridge u ith
the laihoad companies.
AKROX lUSKFOKMEUS Meado
Wernt. and six other members of the
family, of Akron, an aoiobatic ag
gregation, are one of the leading
fcatiucs in the Walter It. Alain's cir
cus that shows in this city May l(i.
Kiiends hero are liinkiiigiirrangineitt
to give the Wernt family heaity
SPECIAL SALE FOR
Saturday and Monday
200 dozen ladies' ribbed vets, white and e-ru, fin
ished with braid, regular price I2ic i fir POfTi
and n Saturday and .Monday .llLCaCll
100 dozen ladies' fast black hose, well
worth l"c. Saturday and
oO dozen ladies fast black hose, full regular make.
double sole, usually sold at li)c.
Saturday and Alonday.
100 dozen misses' hose, sizes ." to 8,
cheap at 121c, Saturday and Monday
oO dozen colored sukgloria.umbrellas. fancy handles,
regular price $2.00, Saturday and 1 CA p.
Monday , " sPLJU Cd
100 English gloria umbrellas, black, with assorted
fancy handles, best valuer eyer
oiiered at . . .
."i.OOO yards oc unbleached muslin, 1
yard wide. Saturday and Monday .
Silk and Satin Waists
50 silk-and satin waists, black and colored, tucked,
- regular price $:").00, Saturday ,3ji "& 1EZL
50 silk and satin ivarsts,
regular price $6.00, Saturday
TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND JACKETS AT GREATLY
$L.75 black fig. skirts, well made . .at $1.39
2.50 black fig. mohair skirts,, fast colors, at $1.98
'5.00 black fig. brilliantine skirts, full sweep at $2.48
4.25 black all wool skirts, newest weaves . .tit $3.50
4.50 black or blue brilliantine skirts, hand
somely trim'd with satin ribbon, good lining $3.75
5.00 black all wool skirts, neatly trimmed . .at $4.00
5.25 black all wool serge skirts, neatly trim'd $4.50
(J. 50 black till wool crepon skirts . at $5.50
7.00 black Sicilian cloth, handsomely'trim'd
with black satin ribbon at 6.00
We are selling all our silk and satin skirts at greatly reduced
prices during this sale.
(i'Jc good calico wrappers . . ;it
S'.)c cambric wrappers, neatly trimmed .at
1.00 fine cambric wrappers, nifties over
shoulder - at 85c
$1.25 best percale wrappers, with flounce.
handsomely trimmed. - . at $1.00
1 .50 wrappers, handsome designs . at $1 .25
"Remember our lace curtain sale is still going on.
Great bargains are being offered in this department.
A. PoIsky,J45 S. Howard
There Are Few
Things man should be moie caieful of than his attire. Vou
needn't be afraid, if j on trust your w ants to our care. We spare
no effort)- to keep abre:W with the foremost in the art of
cutting Our mechanics au only the best in their line We
have all the latest
FANCIES AND QUIET EFFECTS
In imported Suitings, Trouserings, Top Coatings
and Fancy Vestings
That experience and good judgment can bin
Hf. A. MOSS,
CENTRAL OFFICE BLDG., ' 183 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Which we are showing certainly deser.-es more than the usual an
nouncement. The styles and elfccts are charming and ery artis
tically constructed. It is our desire that the ladies call and see
what quality and ability can produce in fashionable inilliriery. We
are sold agents for the
oeensuieme: knox sailors
Our line of trimmed and untrimmed sjulois is complete, and the"
stock the very latest productions.
Smith & Teeple,
No. 172 S. IVIsin S"t.
liKlitMs' "llijiajjers Acteptetl.
DKwri:, M.iv ii. Telegrams weie le-
icived l.y Alnii.igtr Floto of tho Colo-
ratio Athletic association from Bnuly )
anil Julian, repiesentiug JtlTries ami
Fitsiiiinioiis, accepting his offer of a
purse of Jj.OOD for tho light.
. , , .
kiiii . i:..,..jm.l..s.
Ti:Kr, M.iy o. Xeilie Siiuuu,
aged (i e.u-s, died at tho City hospital i
of coinuNiuiis produced by excessivo I
YOU CAN'T BEAT US ON OUR
49 CENT SAILORS
Also it will run- you to rail ami sec our NEW TRIMMED
MILLINERY, if you are looking for sotiR'tliimr stylish, at a reasonable-
JV1JS3 O. L. Tate
No. l?5 South Howard street.
1 Oc . pair
ja n r &
black and colored, tucked,
Dim ilmrlils Tll.lt Are I'rohlbllrd.
WMMiro, 31.1- o. Many telu-
"limine loouests were received at the
capirol as to whither the speeches and
lUx-iimeM:- piuiieil by congress on which
some ot the inhibited Atlanson liter.i-
tuiv is Ui-iil m.iy bo sent iu tho mail.
Xo losimtieii w.is placed on tUeaedocn-
molUs ivwlt K.ltUree speciaUj. fle.
scribetl, , Inch were issued by Atlmisou,
ami th.ir xi-sti-ii turn only applied to their
dispatch m the maiU fonvanled from
siut Francisco foi- tho Philippines.
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