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FOR KALE Good family horse and buggy. Enquire Geo. Brodt, 815 E. Market st. 17-47 FOB SALE OR TRADC No. 115 Kline st 9 rooms, furnace, etc. Tel. 51V. Call on G. W. Qrtdley, 43 Central building. 309 For sale Property on Dayton st l,10O; vood 7 room house, furnace and barn, only 41.800; flue lot on North Howard St. at a sacraflce; No. 115 Crouse t., 6 room house, veil and cistern, fine lot, J1.500. on lone time. Eatt Thornton St., near Main and Furnace, only J1.7U0. Properties in all parts of the city at great bargains. Call and Fee them. Money to loan Tel. SI. G. W Grldley, 48 Central building. The grocery building nd house in rear on the n.e. cor. lot Mill and High sts., are for sale and must be sold at once. Apply at Nelan Bros. cliirillie, Tel. 124. 128 Korth Main st. ! BUILDING STONE FOB SALE. Chlce building Btone by car load; also brown stone from Warwick quarrle. Orders filled on short notice. C. H. Jones, 317 South Main st. IF YOIJ WANT a first-class driving horse, finely mated coach or carriage team, call at Stelner's sales barn, ISM S. Main st. Noth ing but first-class horses kept In stock. Tel. 1734. N. R. Stelner, Prop. Johny Martin A. Brother, Managers JunlS FOR SALE 7 choice lots Miller ave.. price 1200 to ttV); 32 lots in Haynes allot ment Just off of S. Main .St.; prices wny down. J.I. Bachtel, Insurance and loans, 1R8S. How and !. F"OR 20 headof carefully selected horpes. Drivers, draft, single and matched carriage horses at the stable of The Dixon Transfer Co. 116 North High st. F"OR SALE! FOUR ACRES OF LAND, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY TERMS. CALL ON OR ADDRESS Geo. Brodt, M. 0NEIL.& CO., THIRD FLOOR. HAIR DRESSING. LADIES We do all kinds of hair work at our new parlors. 1S-4S Misses Longcoy fc Arnold, 131 S. Howard St., Up stairs. MONEY TO LOAN. TO LOAN 1200, $300, SMO,500 and $1,000. J. 1. Bachtel, 18S S. Howard. 23f $7,000 to loan 5'. Real estate security. H. O. FEEDERLE. MONEY TO LOAN Graliam &Baum. In surance. Rooms 2R, 27. 2S, Central Office block. 'Phone 279. 48 $1 to f 100 on diamonds, watches, house hold goods, pianos, horses, etc. No delay. Terms lowest. Business strictly private. F. H. Caley, room 58, Central office building. .Tel. 26. marl 1900 fjsgb3? S Scientific Shoeing, The Best of Help, Kind Treatment, A Cool Shop, AT. Prof. Rich's, Phono 832. 411 South Main St. ON WATCHES, diamonds. Jewelry, etc., furniture, pianos, houses, chattels. In sums of $5 up. Business confidential. Akron Se curity nnd Loan Co., No. 183 South Howard st. First window north of Allen') drug store. Telephone No. 21. MONEY TO LOAN From $3.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain in your possession. Can repay us In monthly Installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of fice hours, 8:30 to 11:30 a. m 1:30 to 5 p. m. L. C. MILLER fc IVY MILLER. 309-S21tf MONEY TO LOAN On Jewelry, furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, real estate, insur ance policies; pas-able weekly or monthly payments; business confidential; evenings 7 to 8. H. G. Miller, 47 Central office bldg. Phone 289 for Good Ice Cream. We have a FRENCH CANDY MAKER & MAKER OF ICE CREAM And our cream is second to none. New quarters, everything new. See our California Cherries. IM. Laskaris Co. 162 S. Howard s-fc. 'WWWWWW J& FOR.... The Purest and Finest BEER Imported PSCH0RR BRAU . . (Muenchen) always on draught. Been FOR RENT. FOR RENT One large furnished room nt 105 Ladd st. 37-42 FOR RENT One furnished front room at No. 105 Green street. 38-10 FOR RENT Cheap houseb, pleasantly and conveniently Mtunted, four minutes off Howard st. Franklin, Cuj ahogu St.. North Akron. 3S-40 FOR RENT Nine-room house; all mod ern Improvements. No. 105 N. Summit St., 3 doors north from E. Market st. Inquire of John Holdstein, at the Big 184 Clothing House. 34-39 WANTED. WANTED Boys at Akron District Telc graph Co. 27 tf WANTED Experienced laundry woman. Enquire 405 E. Exchange st. WANTED A girl at Akron Steam Laun dry, cor. College and Market st. 89-41 WANTED Experienced binder twine liallers. Morton Wnllman, Kansas City, Mo. 3S-43 WANTED Salesmen to handle builders and hardware supplies; metalic and as phaltum paints and other salable articles. Address American Supply Co., 9G0-980 Second av., Pittsburg. Pa. WANTED A gentleman of education and character, as district agent for Provident Life & Trust Co. Position should pay $1,500 n year. Address with reference, S. S. Saf fold, gen. agt., 7(7 Garlleld Bldg, Cleveland, Ohio. 37-42 LOST A dnrk yellow canary. Return to Black's drug store and receive reward. 38-40 WANTED TO LOAN 1 $1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent for term of years if security is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Hale St. Coatos Everett block. " Tel. 1623 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE A good building lot on Brown av. Will be sold cheap if bought at once. Address I.G., care Democrat. 138 A Beautiful Home For rent cheap to the right party. Money to loan at 6 per cent. P. P. Bock Co., 209 S. Howard ATTORNEY- AT- LAW. STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law. Prompt attention given to collections. Pal mer block, 16S South Main St., Akron, Ohio. Tel. 815. JEWELER. FOR REPAIRING See George Hanellne. Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 133 South Main St., under red watch sign. 222tf ROI BROS. Stoam Uaundry New machinery, new location. . We guarantee our work. High gloss or domestic finish. i "KnR. ia'-137'NYrth"Frn-nrnrHct VAalNVVVl ' W. F. COLEMAN . Justice of the Peace and Notary, 205 Wooster avenne. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Homes on monthly payments, straight 7 percent Interest. I have homes ranging from $550 to $6,000. Can beat all competitors. Telephone 68S. MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a large amount of money to loan on good real estate security. Low rate of Interest. Terms most reasonable. 149 S. Howard st, Phones 582 end 593 THE ATLANTIC GARDEN 4 Cor. Main ana E. Market Sts. 5 DETTLING BROS., Props. S SAAAAfiWSf IN SAFE HANDS. A careful physician wants to.be sure the prescription he writes-is in safe hands. Those physicians who send their prescriptions to ns know they will be correctly filled. Our method of filling prescriptions is such that we can refill them at any time, even though mouths or years elapse. HIMMELMAN, Pharmacist 164 South Main st. Stockholders' Meeting. NOTICE A meeting of the stockholders of the Akron Traction ,fc Electric company is hereby called for Wednesday, July 5, lRW, at 1:: o'clock p.m. at the office of the com pany on Howard street. Akron. Ohio. The objects of the meeting are to take into con sideration the adoption or rejection of the agreement of consolidation heretofore en tered into by and between the Akron Trac tion Electric company nnd the Akron, Bedford & Cleveland Railroad company un der date of May !M, IKK), to appoint a time and place for the election of the directors and other officers of the Consolidated com- Bany, and such other business ns may come eforo the meeting. CHARLES F. MOORE, Secretary. Akron, O., May 20, 1S99. 'Muy SKSOt Amid the CQrunRe. "My heart is still in tho cause," ex claimed the Filipino chieftain, "but I'm getting awfully tired of this fight ing." Then, having rested a moment, he wiped his swarthy brow on his equally swarthy handkerchief and resumed his headlong flight. Chicago Tribnne. w ILLIAMS'DII I ( TANSY A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for all troubles peculiar to her sex. s57Send by mall or from our Agent. SI.OO per box. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND, OHIO. WILLIAMS' ARNICA AND WITCH HAZEL SALVE Ju.RSnRr!fi ;TKlalSKINEKUPTI0N3-llkerimple., Black lead., Konch Skin, Sunburn nnd Ton. ??. Perljox by mall or from OUIt AGENT. Williams Mfg Co.. Prop.. Cleveland. . For sale by J. C. Day & Uo.. 210 W. Market st WANTBD-Oaoe RIP-AN-B will of bad health thft not benefit. Bend 6 cents to Blpani Chemical Co., New York. ivt tv imutpn aaa i(wv ICIumoMBIEi POalei.uri EmrfUk OlMua KruC ENNYR0YAL PELLS -gv tlrlclnal ana (Inlr Genuine. L Sirt. llWMI ttlisAJ. llDlfallk Lrogit tr CJitcheMtrr Fnqtwk Din , mond Brand In Kr-d tnd Octd m-ulHo1 ItMiM, clM with bine ribbon. TLe nnftlhrK Rrfnt rftPiMTPK I tuhttitw fiMtiitiuimrfitffjini. Att)rarrift.i-nd4. la rump tit trUclir, trnJroonUU ftl "Ivtdizx lor ijoaitm nww, trrrivn 1111 lO0OOT'iiJmonuU JTMuAtpar. 4f W.l l fS fetttTfcULtMl SSrffisSSEt 0OO0OOO40O0O0 I A CLEVER SELL I i - tjg.ilill O o The Woman Who Hesitates With an Old Clothes $ Man Is Lost O00000000040 He Is an east ender and moves in one of those mutual admiration circles out there, pleasantly flattering himself in the usual ray on the flsttery of 'his confreres and really deserving most of ittoo. In fact, he is really a clever fellow in many wars and often surprises his friends with the diversity of his talents. They all believe in him except his wife. She's like the valet in the familiar aph orism to her the man of her choice is never a hero. So she laughs at his non sense nnd pun:tures his wit and makes him feel as much as possible, to quote his own expression, "like 30 cents. Well, this east ender has a great liking for ninateur entertainments and is quite a clever actor and mimic. Some time ago he, in company with a friend, began the preparation of a vaudeville character act Of course he told his wife, and she, as usual, laughed at his histrionic preten sions. "Everybody will see through your dis guise," she said, "and you'll just be a general laughing stock." " "I'll chance it," said George, and be went on with his rehearsals. One day last week his wife was bnsy with her housecleaning and had emptied half the contents of the attic into the basement George didn't like houseclean ing strange to say and so he made as early a start for the office as possible. His wife called a goodby to him from the fur nace cellar and a moment later she heard the front door slam It might have been 15 minutes after this that a form darkened the outside door way of the basement. The mistress of the house looked up and saw it was an old clothes man. He was a threadbare and shiny old clothes man, and he wagged his full gray beard in a decidedly obsequious way as he advanced with his rough bag. "Any old garments today, ma'amf I pay der highest market brice, so helb me," said .the stranger. "Why, yes," said the lady, "I have some old garments right here. 'What do you pay?" "It depends on vat it ees," said the stranger. "Ve got to go py der rules of der trust." "Have the old clothes men a trust?' cried the astonished lady. "Tobegwite sure tbey haf," said the stranger, "and we've got to. standt to gedder. Vat yon got?" The lady brought forward several gar ments, and the stranger shook them and stretched them and smellcd of them and finally offered a ridiculously low price. The lady presently yielded and the gar ments were placed in tho bag. "AinMyoi-fgot somedings aleetlepet ter, may be?" said the stranger as he rub bed his grimy hands together. "I pay you veil ven you piing me somedings nice." "Let me sec," mused the lady of the house. "There's George's summer suit in the front room closet. I don't think he'll want it any more, and this will be a capital chance to get rid of it. Wait a moment," she said to the stranger. "I'll see what I can find." And she darted away. WTien she came back, she had the gray suit over her arm. The stranger seized the garments and ran his nose along them with his face screwed up in a quizzical way. Veil." he said, "dot's all right. I vill. puy them." And he forthwith began to thrust the suit into his bag. "Wait, wait," cried the mistress. "You haven't settled on the price." The stranger paused. "I gif you one tollar seventy -five, " he said as he spread out his hands. "You don't offer enough." "I dell you vat I do," said the stranger In a burst of benevolence. "I gif one tollar eighty und dance der czardas for you." "What's the czardas?" inquired the mis tress. "Vot! Ton't you know der czarda3?' cried the stranger in great astonishment "Vatch me." And he danced the czardas on the base ment floor. It was a wild dance, nnd he throw into-it an amazing exhilaration. Presently, with a final flourish of his nimble legs, the stranger paused, oounted out with great deliberation the requisite number of silver pieces, and, with a bless ing on the head of the mistress delivered with outspread hands and rolled up eyes and in some strange tongue, departed with his bag through the ontside base ment door. When George came home that night, he went up stairs, and his wife heard him rummaging around in the closet. -"Anna," he called from the upper hall way, "have you seen that light gray sum mer suit of mine?" "Wh-what suit?" stammered Anna. "Why, that light gray suit I woro for a few weeks last summer," said George. "It was In the front closet last night, but I can't find it anywhero now." "What did you want of It?" queried Anna in a weak voice. "Why, I wanted to have ft pressed aifd sponged up. It's almost as good as new. Besides that, I was looking for a safe hid ing place for a few hundred dollars in bills that I brought home last night nnd fan cied tho inside pocket of tho gray vest was as safe a place as I could find. Eh, what's tho matter?" He had heard a hollow moan from the lower regions, and down stairs he came flying. There was poor Anna, limp and white, lying back in an easy chair. "Here, Anna," he cried, "whajjs the matter with you?" Ho was. genuinely scared. He stood back a little. He stretched out his hands with the palms upward. He tipped his head to ono side with a comical leer. "Vat's nil dot foolishness apout?" ho cried. "Dose clothes vas no good no more alretty. I tolt you dey vas full of mots!" "What!" shrieked Anna, springing up. "Was that you? Well,' of all the mean, contemptible tricks I over heard of, that's the worst!" "Yes," he jubilantly cried without heeding her criticism, "I sneaked out of the front door without your hearing or seeing me, and I sneaked back again. And now," he added with an exuberant shout, "now will you say I can't act?" But sho was so mad over her discom fiture that she has scarcely forgiven him even yet. Cleveland Plain Dealer. 1899 Cameras. Greatest Variety, Lowest Prices, Instructions and Dark Room Free Soli", Hex, Eclipse, Platino, Pla-tiiiotVpe.Self-toiun-XilJroinideSjBlue Print and Velox Printing: Papers, best brands of Dry Plates, Films, etc.. developers and overythinjr u-ed in photography. "Wholesale and re tail. Tht only jiliotograpliic stoek lioiisein the city. Geo. S. Dales & Son, 228 S. Main St., Akron, O. THE ( BEST!) TrartrMge's Cl.ocslate Velrst Chips FOR SALE BY All First-Class Con fectioners, Druggists sad Grocers. ings Have .nour window awnings made to fit, of first-class material and inif up in a workmanlike manner. The cost is but a trifle more than for "Ready Made" mis fits and they last twice as long. AH the best patterns In Awning stripe's carried In stock. The Akron Tent & Awning Co. Phone 4S 311 S. IVIairt s-fc. . " ZZZrf-sSaST Tlns awd i- ai.i. work rtV SPECinCATIOHS .TT A 1 A A?TFT?.1 j&BjSggg?- ffi&S? FURBISHED. i It L -t 1 A. l J .EiJli U mHSr-viM SHI. F. CahiBI IMkSPI3s' AGENT FOr. GEl5&if3l, Tho II n Omifh Ra llnrnnr nnH finf IBSMlit he House Hentino Boilers, me plMlXBmSjm- pSpSarfA. First-Class Plumbing Work a Specialty. .Wpll Orders Promptly Filled. 8iiSjggSgSji . I. w 2o3 East Market St. 1 M.J. Murphy, Liquor Dealer LJ 1 ss nil! WmM A SPECIALTY I v S. Howard St. &. jf AKRON, 0. SJ I WE WON. Kent's Ball Tossers Fielded Like Never Has a Lot of Beens. Did Not Support Keeley's Good Work. Exciting Finishes .In Bicycle Races. the A. H. S. Field Sporting Day Contests-News. defeated the Red, AVhito and Bines, Saturday afternoon on the South st. gronnds by a peore of 12 to (!. Bat teries G.A.C., John Gilhooly, John Gorman, Bernard McFarlnnd; R.W. and B William Conaway. J. "Wil son, H. Watts, Harry Escherston. Stars Victorious. Saturday niorninp: the South End Stars were defeated by the Stars. The score was 34 to 32. The Stars challenge any team in Akron under 12 years of age. Answer through the Drmocuat. Address 113 Wash ington st. Young Bowery Blues. The Young Bowery Blues have or ganized for 1S09. The batting order follows: Albert Schwalbaugh, c; George Metzer, p.; Arthur Hamlin, s.s.; Earl Hanna 1 b.; John Sulli van, 2 b. ; Elmer Wagner, 3 b.; Win. Sullivan, 1. f. Peter Mansfield, c. f.; Fred JJetzler, r. f. They are bidding for a game with any team under 11 years. Address Geo. Metzler, Howe street. Akron Horses Will Start. Three Akron horses will start in the races at Xewburg this week. Laura Bachus, owned by E. J. Viall, is entered in the 2:35 trot on Tuesday and the 2:27 trot Thursday. Malzom, the property of William Palmer, is entered in the 2:21 trot Tuesday and Rosetta, Ab Eves' pacer will start the same day in the-2:20 pace. Big- jump in family washing. Naptha and soap together: Fels-Naptha soap saves half the work and washes better. Your grocer returns your money if you don't like it : 5c. FeU & Co. makers, Philadelphia. Canned Salmon An Canned Fish J desirable Sardines I Canned Beef I arfclcles Baked Beans for Salad Dressing 1 Catsups Picnic 01ives " ' Lunches I The Ramus Doj-jj. In a letter borne one of the Kansas boys in Manila says that when General Miller was organizing his expedition to Iloilo he asled General Otis to assign the Twentieth Kansas to his command, giving as a reason that the men had been under his command in San Fran cisco, that he knew them and had con fidence in them and believed they would stand their ground in any fight. "That settles it," said General Otis. "I need them hero." IteveuBcloI Comment. "Think of the impudence of that lec turer in requesting the women to re move their hats." "Well, I Euppose he wanted everybody to Bse that he is bowlegged." Chicago News. Summit Lake Park Theater EVERY NIGHT DURING' THE WEEK THE LORENZnS, in their unique novelty, entitled "Cafeteria" intro ducing dancing and acrobatic comedy v McINTYREand RICE, the popular comedy and burlesque duo PEARL LEONARD, in the latest popular songs of the day. Bound trip, street car ride, including a reserved seat in the theater, all for 15c. RAPID TRANSIT CARS. Buy tickets from conductors. L. JL HEFFERNAN PRACTICAL !04 V. Market s-fc. Get IVIy Prices LUMBER To!- 649 The Akrons played their third game with the Kcnts Saturday after noon at Kent, winning by a score "of 7 to 5. The club from the village" up the river fielded like a lot of school boys. Kelley pitched a good game but his support was ragged. The Akrons scored five runs. in the second inning. In the seventh two more were add ed. Billy "Stephens played second for Akron. He made four safe hits. The Kents have not won a game this year. The Akron team is the strong est that Mis represented this city for several years. Two games have been scheduled for the Buchtel grounds. On Saturday, June 10, the Sharons will play here and on Sat urday, June 17, Wadsworth will cross bats with the locals. Both should be good games. Dick Brown and Tommy Cassidy, old Buchtel players, are with the Sharons. If the Akron people evidence any dis position to support the team, good games will be played here. Akron. Crile, 3b. Gilletly, ss. Stephens, 2b. Wright, lb. Morgan, cf: Phelps, If. Mills, c. Lodwick, rf . Watts, p. Kent. Bechtel, cf. Stevens, 3b. Denning, ss. F. Maskery, lb. France, .rf. Ii. Maskery, 2b. Hunt, If. Keeley, p. Fessenden, c. issesB Complexion and Hair Specialists. The brilliant complexions of women in the more exclusive circles of New York society-are not explained by the theory that associates beauty and idle ness. In fact, many leaders of the'world of fashion are bard workers. Yet they keep their good looks even when they are old. How do they manage it? THE MISSES BELL, of 78 Fifth Avenue, New York, themselves con nected with some of the most noted and honored families in the metropolis, have answered the question. They have prepared for the use of women in general, five preparations for improving the complexion and the hair. Five Toilet Treasures,, s The Misses BELL'S COMPLEXION TONIC is an external application, the presence) of which on the Lice cannot be detected. ) It Is perfectly harmless even to the most J delicate skin. It is a sure and quick) cure for all roughness and eruptions.) It acts on the skin as a tonic, producing) anaturally pure complexion. Cosmetics) merely hide blemishes. TheTonicgets) rmoiuiem. , It removes pimples, freckles, black-. heads, moth patches, liver spots, eczema,) redness, oilinos and all discolorations) and imperfections of the skin. lnce,$l; a rxutie. TheJUisses BELL'S COMPLEXION SOAP is made from the rare oil of lsmln wool. It is healing and gratifying to llicS and healthy state. ThisSoanisdaintilvS scented, and is a most welcome aid to uiu ujui'ii ui iabuuious women, inc ut-) most care is taken in selecting materials) and scrupulous cleanliness in the labor-) atory Insures the purity of the product. Price, 25 cents per cake, large four-ounce J size. The Misses BELL'S HAIR TONIC cures dandruff and prevents any return 5 of it: stops that maddening itching of) the scalp and makes the hair strong,) soft and lustrous. It is especially help-) ful to persons whose hair is thin, dry and I liable to fall out. The tonic cleanses) the skin about the roots of thehair: will 3 soon cover lild spots with a handsome) growtn. l'ricc, 51 a bottle. The. Misses BELL'S OAPILLA-RENO VA for restoring prematurely gray locks to) uieir original color. ( It is not a dye nor a stain. Itisacolor-, less liquid tnat is applied to the roots of the hair and leaves no telltale signs on the scalp or fdrehead. Neither does it change the color of the hair all at once. Only dyes do that, and they wash off. But Capilla-i:enna not wash on. l'ricc, SI.50 per bottle. The Misses BELL'S SKIN FOOD is a soft, creamy, exquisitely perfumed ointment, which helps the action cf the Tonic, , uiiu, in mim eases oi rougimess, reuiiess. pimpics, eic, is a cure in icsen. n clears me is it iy ouuaing up inc icxturc nnu muKing 3 vents per jar. pores of the skin of all Impurities and feeds mc ucsn ucucaiu l&souu ana nrm. Trice. A trial size inrnplp of any one of above preparations atour parlor In New York city; or ly mnll to any address In plain wrapper upon receipt of 25 cents in stumps or silver to cover Actual cost of postag and packing. Trial size samples can be socured from our New York ofllceonly. Our agents will not supply them.- Correspondence cor dially solicited. Address -THO BollTollotCo., Tf3 FT-lf-th Av.. (MA7 Vork OI?-. Send for our ni-w bo-il;, "Soerr-tg or Beauty." Free to any address. I have the Misses' Bell's toilet preparations on sale at my store. Mrs, McFerran, 1 1 1 Mill st. Free Score by innings: K.H.E Kent 0 100100035 8 6 Akron 0 5 00002 007 6 4 Batteries Keeley and Fessenden ; "Watts and Mills. A. H. S. Field Day. The second annual Field Day, un der the auspices of the Athletic asso ciation of the Akron High school at Fountain park Saturday afternoon was marked by several broken records. The most exciting event of the day was the finish in the- two mile bicy cle race, which was won .by Boy HoriT. He crossed the tape three inches ahead of Bpply, who made a great spurt in the last 50 yards. The time 5:05 3-5, was fast. Horn had had little training and was not looked upon as standing any chance of winning. He rode in great form, however. He won the mile race from Epply in 2:32. " The different events." and the win ners were as follows: First year class dash, won by Ros tock; Weary second. Time 12 seconds. Second year clase dash, won by Chamberlain; Washer second. Time, 12 seconds. Third year class dash, won by Mars; Findloy second. Time, 14 seconds. Fourth' year class dash, won by Cass; Laucks second. Time, 11 seconds. Standing broad jump, Nesbick, 8 feet, 10 inches. Quarter mile run, Bostock, 1:07J2. Mile run, Chamberlain; time, 7 minutes, 17 seconds. One half mile bicycle, Eppley, 1 :10K Potato race, E. Findley, 2:04. Running high jump, Limric, 4 feet 8 inches. Shot put, Valentine, 32 feet 4U inches. 100-yard championship dash, Chamberlain, 11 1-5 second; Bostock second. One mile bicycle race, Horn, two minutes 32 seconds; Epply, second. Three-legged race, E. Findley and Root, 12 seconds. 220 yard dash, Cass,27Js seconds. Standing high jump,Nesbit,4 feet. Standing hop, stop and jump, Nes hit, 24 feet. 8 inches. Hurdlewace, Mars, 10 seconds. Two mile bicycle rao, Horn, 5 inf. n-r; Knply second. Wort By tho YounjAVrO"!. fhe Youugr Akron Athletic club J HARRY A. HAWN, Manager. Week Commencing Monday 51a t inee, June T. DUFFY, SAWTELLE & DUFFY Tho great comedy trio LOUIS M. GRANAT The world's greatest whistler MAY WENTWORTH New York's great singing and monologue artist EDDIE HORAN Late of Wm. West's Minstrels HADLEY & HART Musical wonders 2 grformances Daily 2 Afternoon 2.30 Evening 8.30 15c Car Fare, Round Trip Car fare, admission to grounds and free seat in theater. Buy Tickets of Conductors H OROCI 2X N.Howard st. Tel. 4f8 RAILROAD TIME TABLES t Dally; nil others daily except Sunday. Central Standard Time. CLEVELAND, AKRON & COLUMBUS, Union Depot, Market St, Going North. Columbus express. No. 27 No. S5 No. Si- No. if o. :ss From Mlllersbnrg onlyl Columbus fast mall... Going South. . Col.-Cln. fast mall To Mlllersburg only No. 23r Col.-Cln. express (ft) . 6:05 am 10:37 am 4:15 pm 9:58 om 4:15 pin 9:07 pm Not So Dnd n Tlint. "What would yon say," asked the fair theosophist, "if I should tell yon that I was born in Ejrypt 8,000 years ago?" "Why, I should certainly say yon don't look it." Brooklyn Life. It is asserted that women are on the whole cooler and more self possessed than men in cases of disasters at sea. Korea is exactly the sizoof Kansas. 82,000 square miles. ERIE RAILROAD CO. Erie Depot, Mill st. Time Card: Deo. II, 1S98. Going "West. No If Express . No Sf Limited vestlbule.ZZIIZI No 15r To Akmn nnlv i" IS Huntington speclalT-pH Xn :u.rv.ifiv - v. No ST Accommodation Going East. No ftf- Limited voaHKnla No 12t Emress -LM) 8:30 pm 7rfv nm 9:Si nm 23 Dm 6:52 pin 0:10 am 4 New York special . No lfrf Chnutouqua express N o 38 Accommodation (HO Extent Mnnrt.- nA"ZZr77. r.f.'! days. -" """ """ . 1:29 am . 8:51 am 12:50 pin 4:j pm 4:00 pm No4r. No 4f . No 6 . No 10r . No 8 . C, T. &V. B.B. Going North. How. St. Union Depot. 6:45 am 9:20 am 1:10 tun 5:13 pm Depot. (Sam 9:05 am 1:00 pm 4:55 pm 8:15 pm No 7 No 3 No 9 No 5 No 47 8:25 pm Going South, ...8:42 am 9:05 am 42:01 pm 12:18 pm . 4:20 pm 4:55pm J0 :54 pre 11:15 pm 7:35 pm 7:50 pm East Akron. 6:08 nm 9:10 am 12:41pm 4:53 pm 8:17 pm 9:19 am 12:27 pm 5:07 pm 11:26 pm .8:00pir WHEELING &.LAKE ERIE BTT. Jlyron T. Herrlck, Robert 'BUckensderfer, receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1898. Nol No 8 No3 am Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15 Spencer mp ixxn ..... iosi Creston.... OrrvlIIe Mnsslllon . -10:49 U:18 Volley Junction.. Wheeling Wheeling. -11:50 Valley -1 unction.. Mosslllon . OrrvlIIe Creston.... Lodi. ,112:45 3:25 No 4 Lv5:S0am 80 8:50 9:20 9:45 10:00 pm 1:20 4:25 4:40 4:51 5:19 5:48 pm am 5:50 8:40 9:20 No 6 10:00 am 12:53 pm 1:50 2:82 2.-40 3:03 3:18 63) The Cure thai Cures Goughsy Golds, Grippe, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bronohitls and Incipient Consumption, Is Suencor 10:15 Toledo (Union depbt)Ar 1:20 pm n.p. .Boom. General Traffic Manager. J.F.Townsend, Assistant General Passenger Agent. THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD. Time Card. Dec. 19, 1898. Depot North Main Street. Depart No. 1 . ... , 7:50 am No. 11 5.-00 pm Arrive No. 2. 4:20 pm " No. 12. 10:80 am The German remedy CUreS WvTUoV-aTA HTn Aieorn- k&;4fcu,a 4TUtss. 2550tls SHAAV.'S PURE MALT, alwavs reliable, strictly pure, safe for medi cinal as well as for social uses. Sold bv WM. WASHER, 144 South Howard st., Akron, O, PITTSBURG & WESTERN R. R. Union Depot, Mnrket street. Leave for the East. No. Vestibule limited 1:55 am No. 46 Pittsburg express 6:10 am No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 pm No..l0 Washington Express from C. T.'fcV.R.R. Howard st. station 4:30pm Arrive from the East. No. 3 Western mail ll-Vtam No. 47 Chicago expresss...... 7:25 pm No. 5 Vestibule limited- U?i9pm No.9Cleve. Express, nr. U. T.A V. R. Hon-nrd st. station 9:30 am BALTIMORE & OHIO. Union Depot. Depart West. No. 5 Vestibule limited 11:15am No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mall 10:10 am No. 47 Cilicato express.., 7:50 pm Arrive from the west. No. fi Vestibule limited I l:50nm No. 16 Pittsburg express . 6:05 am No. 8 Chicago-Akron fast mail 8:10 pm 55 A cordial invitation is extended to all to CAIL AT " The Cottage For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full line of Domestic and Im ported goods. TONY WALDVOGEL, Proprietor. AKRON, BEDFORD & CLEVELAND R.R. AValtlng Room. North Howard St. .Time Card. May 27; 1899. Cars leave Akron 5:30 a.m.. every half hour; 6:30a.m. until 7 p.m. and at 8. 9 and 10:30 p.m. Leave Cleveland o a.m.. every hair Hour: 6 a.m. until 8 p.m and at 9, 10 and 11 :10 p.m. THE BEST RAILROAD 709 S. IVIain s-fc. Telephone loll. v Ujl I In amounts to suit individual on re.nl estate security. Pot- Cont. Intorost Wall & Zollinger 226 South Main st., Akrorl, 0, With the Best Trains Through the Best Csuntry Pullman Cars Dining Cars. The Southern railway in connec tion with the Queen & Crescent Route, forms the great short-line highway from Louisville and Cincin nati to the principal points in Ten nessee,. Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisana, North and South Carolina with direct steamer connections for Havana, Cuba; Nassau, N. P., and Key West. Double daily trains with through sleepers. Only 24 hours to Jacksonville; 54 hours to Havana. All agents sell tickets via the Southern railway. Round-trip tick ets to principal southern resorts. ask your nearest ticKet agents tor rates and other information, or write to C. A. Baird, Trav. Pass'r agent Louisville, Ky., or J. C. Ream, jr., N. W. Pass'r agent, 80 Adams St., Chicago, 111., or Wm. H. Tayloe, as sistant general passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. THE EMPIRE OF THE SOUTH. Second Edition A Beautifully Illustrated BooV Full o( Important Information. The FirsfEdition of tho "Empire of the South" having been exhausted, u Second Edition is now ready for distribution. It is a handsome volume of about 200 pages descriptive of tho South and its vast resources, beautifully illus trated, and regarded by critics as the most complete production of its kind that has ever been published. Persons wishing to secure thisvork will please enclose to the undersigned 25 cents per copy, which amount ap proximates the cost of delivery. Re mittances may be made in stamps or otherwise. Addrcssnll cunununicntions oh this subject to W. A TURK, General Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Washington, D. C.