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7m ?BgS7?c3 v -4 wrr-" I?t!?SiK!5? 3- -' STREET ssaaa3atewMwaAgsgr-,fB FOR SALE. FOR BALK OB TRADE-No. 115 Kllng St.. 9 rooms furnace, etc. Tel. 51P. Call on G.W.Grldley.4S Central building. S09 For sale Properly on Dayton St., 11,100; good 7 room house, furnace and barn, only flVBDi); fine tot on North Howard ft. at a sacraflce: No. 113 Croupe nt, 8 room hoii'C, well and cistern, flue lot, tl,500.oii lone time. Kast Thornton st., near Main and Furnace, only Jl,700. l'ropertleii In all parts of the city at great bargains. Call and see them. Money to loan Tel. 516. G. W Grldley, 48 Central building. BUILDING STONE FOR SALE. Chioe building stone br car load; also brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders filled on short notice. O. II. Jones, 317 Boutn Main et. FOR SALE Choice lots on Miller av. and Bachtel av. at bargain prices. Bear in mind that these lots are on graded streets, Just off of car line. In good neighborhood, conven ient to schools and South End industries and some ns low as $200. Money loaned to build houses. J. I. BACHTEL, Phone 722. 18S South Howard st. We have a $7,100 .home, flrst-clnss in every particular to sell at the extreme low figure of $5,000. You can buy It on terms to suit. If yon have any money and want a bargain, see this place. Money to loan on terms to suit borrow. P. P. BOCK fc CO., Tel. 89S. 200 S. Howard St. MONEY TO LOAN. $7,000 to loan 3'. Real estate security. H. O. FEEDERLE. MONEY TO LOAN From J5.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain In your possession. Can repay us lu monthly Installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of fice hours, 8:30 to 11:30 a. m 1:30 to 5 p. m. L. O. MILLER fc IVY MILLER. 3-S21tf WANTED. "WANTED A strong girl for general work Immediately at 133 N. Union st. 71-73 WANTED A good girl for general house work. Enoulre at Exchange hotel on A. B. AC. line, between Akron and Cuyahoga Falls. 71 WANTED Girl for general housework, 12 Good St. 71-73 WANTED By Scotch iIdun- lady, posi tion as housekeeper, linen room or any place of trust. Address I. H. E., P.O. box 310, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 71-73 WANTED Firstclass business man of good habits and character to work for one of the largest ilnanclal Institutions of this country. References required. Call on or address, AV. M. Woodruff, Buchtel hotel, Akron, Ohio. 71-72 $00 per mouth, middle-aged man, inside position of trust. loSS.Maln. fiStf $40 per month, managing hotel, house keeper. 1ZSS. Mnlnst. fiStf $100 per month, man and wife as manag ing partner and office matron, yearly en gagement, particulars 153 S. Main st. 03tf $10 per week guaranteed at start, quick ad vancement after trial term If merited, par ticulars 150 S. Main st. 3 young men wnnted, office positions. ttttf YOUNG man for our Maslllon office. prominent place, worth after trial $15 per wceic, can iss s. Ainin st. twu WASTED-A dlulnf: room girl at Long ISko park hotel. Inquire ut hotel. 70-72 MAN and wife for Younpstown branch office, a well established cash business, fSO per month assured, yearly eneagement. two days only, particulars 156 S. Main st. 63tf TELEFHONK 875 when you want help, no oost, no trouble, 25 ycart established, of flces from the Atlantic to tbe Pacific, Akron office 1W S. Main st. 6Stf FOR RENT. FORREST The office building now oc cupied by the postofflce. For particulars apply at the office of the American Cereal Company, Mill and Howard sts. 6S-73 FOR RENT Cheap houses; pleasant and convenient; four minutes oil Howard st. Franklin, Cuyahoga St., North Akron. "0-72 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. 1S3 INSURANCE Tbe Aetna life Insurance Company com menced business in I85o, has assets over $50,000,000.00, surplus over $7,000,000.00 writes the best in life, endowment, accident and health Insurance at "anti-trust" rates. Get our figures and euarantees not estimates. Harter Block. TRAKK 0. HEWC0MB, Telephone 683. District Agent. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attonioy-at-law. Frompt nttention given to collections. Pal mer block, 18 South Main St., Akron, Ohio. Tel. 615. JEWELER. FOR REPAIRING See George Hanellne. Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry. 133 South Maiu st.. under red watch sign. 2tf W, F. COLEMAN Justice of the Peace and Notary, 305 Wooster avenue. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Homes on monthly payments, straight 7 percent interest. I have homes ranging from 1550 to $6,000. Can beat all competitors. Telephone 5St. MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a large amount of money to loan on good real estate teanrity. Low rate of Interest. Terms most reasonable. M9 S. K&vrordst., Pnan.s 5S2 and 593 for ss,e 240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY TERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE S0Xl3r. CALL ON OR ADDRESS Goo. Brodt, M. O'NEIL CO., THIRD FLOOR. WANTED TO LOAN 11,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent for term of years if security is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Halo &. Everett block. Coates Tel. 1523 - ."rv'iA.Avj- STROBEt. BROS. Steam Laundry 5 New machinery, new location. S "We guarantee our work. High 5 gloss or domestic finish. Phono 143a J Nos. 182-137 North Howard st. $ MrtWVWiM A pure whiskey agrees with any food, in fact aids digestion. It tones the stomach, increases the flow of gastric juioes and so promotes strength and flesh. A pure whiskey like HARPER Whiskey. SOLD BY WM. WASHER. 144 S. Howard St., Akron, O. J- E. PETERSON lu I Tel. 124. 128 NortH Main st. EOR S-e If you want a first-class driving norse, nneiy ma tea coacn or carnage team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn, No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but flret-clafcs horses kept in stock. N. R. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734. John Q. Martin, Mgr. ATcli 18, 1900 Long Xke Park has no competitor for comfort and beautiful scenery. The only resort affording a steamboat ride, 7 miles of romance on the canal, through Summit lake, the channel and Long lake; an ideal route full of attractions. Steamer luues Lock one at 8 and 1 dally. Sundays t and 1:30. 25 cents round trip. Telephone 274 for private parties. SAXON TONIC AND NERVINE Drives away aches, pains, weakness and aliments tnat make women's lives miserable. The Saxon Tonic and Nervine is a Royal invigorating tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine, a perfectly legitimate medi cine, purely vegetable, harmless, compounded and carefully adapted to women's needs. It will not dis appoint or harm. In all cases of nervous exhaustion, inability' to sleep, nervous prostration, all harsh medicines for bringing about men struation are dangerous and do the system great injury. The Saxon Tonic and Nervine is the be.st, safest and most natural way which is regu lating and strengthening the whole system. This medicine is not a cure all chronic diseases of the sexual system of women. Saxon Medicine Co., room 9 Guth block, AkronrO. ws f Atlantic Garden $ ti) ..European Restaurant.. '?.' fo 200-202 E. Market st. if Keiresnments 01 an zwza. ik celebrated Arheuser Bcsch Beer always on draught. Meals at all hours at reasonable prices. Give ns a call We will please yon. DETTLING BROS., Props. its ft, T Billow & Sons Funeral Direotors. OPEN AT ALL HOURS Warehouse, Ash st. Office. Ash st.. foot of Mill. THE BEST RAILROAD With tl.c Best Trains Through the Best Country Pullman Cars Dining Cars. The Southern railway in connec tion with the Queen & Crescent Route, forms the great short-line highway from Iiouisville and Cincin nati to the principal points in Ten nessee. Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisaim, 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 for 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 Win. H. Tayloe, as sistant general passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. Avoid Heat and Dust And take. a trip toj Niagara Falls August 3, via C.A.&C.R'y and Pal ace steamer City of Buffalo, only $3 round trip. Train leaves Union de pot via C.A.&C.R'y 4:15 p.m. Steam er leaves Cleveland 8 p.m., arrives Buffalo 6:20 a.m., Niagara Falls 8a. in. Phone 42 or see C. D. Honodle, ticket agent Union depot, for further information. $3.00 Niagara Falls via Chautauqua. Wait for the all-rail no-change-of-cars excursion to Niagara Falls. Thursday, July 0. Train leaves Erie station, Akron, O., at 4:25 p.m. Stop-over granted at unautauqua on return. Tickets goods five days, and only $3.00. See W. E. Langdon, agent, for further information. The First Niagara Falls Excursion To be run Thursday, August 3rd., via Cleveland, Akron and Columbus Railway in connection with the elegant steamer "City of Erie" or "City of Buffalo," of Cleveland & Buffalo Transit company. The rate will be $3.00 from Akron. The usual favorable arrangements for side trips beyond Niagara Falls and stop overs will prevail. For full information inquire of C. D. Honodle, ticket agent. Union Depot. It Is Strange. that some people who say they never read patent medicine advertisements willbe found lugginghome every now and then a bottle of some favorite remedy of theirs. We don't bother you with much reading but just ask you to try a 10c trial bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for con stipation, indigestion and stomach troubles. 50c and $1.00 sizes. At Dutt's Pharmacy, 629 South Main st. WANTED Case of bad health thct R-I-P-A-N-8 -will not benent. Send 5 cents to Bipans Chemical Co.. New YorS for 10 sample and l.non tst1ntnrilnlit Rescinding a resolution entitled "A resolution to improve East Market street from the east line of High street to the west line of Buchtel avenue" passed March 13, 1899. Be It resolved by the Council of the City of Akron, Ohio, That a resolution entitled "A resolution to Improve Enst Market street from the east line of High street to tho wet line of Buchtel avenue" parsed March IS, ISM, be mid the same Is hereby rescinded. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage. Adopted July Si, ixn. Clius. II. Isbell, K. P. Sprlglu, City Clerk. 1'res't City Council. Approved by the Board of Cltv Commis sioners. Chas. II. isbell. July 6-12 Clerk. AKEON, BEDFORD & CLEVELAND R.R Waiting Boom, North Howard St, Time Card. May 27, 1899. Cars leave Akron 5:30 a.m., every half hour; 8:80 a.m. until 7 p.m. and at 8, 9 and 10:30 p.m. Leave Cleveland 6 a-m., every half hour; t a.m. until 8 p.m and at 9, 10 and 11:10 p.m. 3D M 11 Dill D A Resolution ANIMAL ANTAGONISMS. Beasts Confined In Cases Klgbt Tot the rake of Fightine. Fights in sheer devilment sometimes j tako place between animals in confine ment. A short, sharp battle took place J in Edmonds' meuageric between a lion and a tiger -JO years ago. Tbe lion was the same which had escaped from , Jamrach's yard in what was then Rat- i cim xijguuay auu uuieu a uuv. .ir. Edmonds bought It, and is said to have billed it as "the tiger that swallowed the child." Of course, the beast was t great draw, hut after a few days in Its new quarters the tiger managed to draw forward the sliding shutter and squeeze itself into tbe adjoining den, where a lion was confined. The lion resented tbe Intrusion, but was Im mediately seized by the throat, and, though there were tremendous strug gles, the fight was practically over as soon as it commenced. The tiger never loosed its hold, and in a few minutes the lion was dead. About 20 years later a fatal tight took place In the Hon houte of tbe Zoo logical gardens.Itegout's park, between a tiger and a tigress. The latter was Illtempered. and, in sparring with her mate, drove her claw through his nos tril, and so began the fray. The tiger threw her down, and struck her several times with his paw, but without doing serious damage, and then turned away as If to discontinue the fight. This the tigress would not suffer, for she sprang at his Uauk and fixed her tcetL In his thigh. This was more than he could stand. One wild bound freed him; iu a moment she was knocked over, and he gripped her by the neck, in which his huge canine teeth made fearful wounds. Sutton, the keeper, now managed to drive him off, and he used to say that when the tiger loosed his hold the blood siouted from his vic tim's neck and splashed on the roof of the lofty den. Cassell's Magazine. LOADED WITH HARD LUCK. Several Bitter Experiences of n Yoat&xiil Kaxiairay. Young Johu Kathner, an inexperi enced hobbledehoy thirsting for adven ture, ran away from home the other day with 100 marks In his pocket De termined to see the world he booked for Berlin, intending to surprise a spinster aunt residing there, with whom, however, he was not personally acquainted. On reaching his destina tion he strolled about the city making inquiries for Aunt Kathner's place of abode. ' A woman accosted him: "What, you are from Abbau! What is your name?'' On hearing It, she exclaimed: "Him- mel! Why, theu, I am your aunt; come home with me." l'oung Greenhorn did her bidding, they supped together, and he was sent to bed. On awakening next morning he dis covered that his clothes and his money were gone, and so, too, was auntie. In his despair he rushed to the window in his nightshirt crying out his misfor tune to the passersby. A woman with an Infant in her arms responded to his appeal. "I will go and find your auntie," said she, "and leave baby with you meanwhile." Hours passed, with baby howling for sustenance. At length a constable came to Johann's rescue with a suit of clothes, and bundled him and "his infant" off to the police station, where the Inspec tor wired to the young man's father. "Your son Johann is here with his in fant You can take them In charge on payment of the expenses incurred." Berlin Correspondence. A cordial invitation is extended to all to CALL AT "The Cottage 5? For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full line of Domestic and Ini ported goods. ' TONY WALDVOGEL, Proprietor. 70S S. EVSair. s-fc. Telephone 1M1. WARRY HAWN, Manager. WEEK JiJL- iOth MLLE TITENIA AMY NELSON T. F. FARRON GUGIER & BOYER GEO. B. ALEXANDER .. Sunday icope Summit Lake The bill for week commencing Monday, July 10, IS HEADED BY SAM and IDA KELLY, in a comedy sketch untitled "JoMnh's Visit." THE DEE'S, Versatile Comedy Duo. WARREN and ALLEN, tho Hobo ami the Dutchman, and EDDIE CARROLL, Coon Shouter and tho Jfost Finished Buck Dancer on tin' stage. Performance Every Evening with a Saturday Matinee. ljW"Take Jlapid Transit cars for park. For a SUMMER OAST LINE NEW STEEL NVc PASSENGER e'IT'$src STEAMERS. 8C3gLS COM FO RT ISlpjSp and SAFETY. ' To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Peioskey, Chicago rlo other Line offer, r. Fucraiuo vtW) mfle-i of cqisl variety and InVrrj-t. Four Trlf , per lTeek Betweeo Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac PET0SKET. "THE 600t" OICQTZITE 151) DIXUTJT. Klght UctiftD Cleveland, Put-In -Bay and Toledo. LOW RATES to Ftftarnqns BttUau tad Krlcrn. IccIoiIIbk HcU ud Dtrlh. Ippmxi Mil CMt fren Clffetuid. 910.S0J fron Iolede, $16.24 j Cram Detroit, fit.; 1S.1 Vnd re. for Illustrated Pamphlet Address, ft A. SCHANTZ. a. m. ... CETROIT. MICH. or see C. D. Honodle, Tkt. Agt, Unlondepot. iierw Mr mmuLA'S'$L There i- only one safe cure for Contagious Blood Poison, and it is by permanently forcing every vestige ;of the taint from the ystem. The doctor who destroys all chance of a cure by prescribing mercury, potash, and other similar minerals, should he prosecuted. This kintt of treat ment causes the hair to fall out, the teeth to decay, and soon wrecks the entire system. Bar-Ben Formula UFS' is a scien tific preparation, composed entirely of vegetable ingredients, together with pure extract of Bar-Ben. It is a most searching blood purifier, and will free the system of this terrible infection, whether in the primary, secondary or tertiary stages, In One Hour After taking the first tablet, a chem ical analysis of the blood would show the power of our remedy. We would, however, advise those in fected with this terrible malady to consult us at once by personal call, or by letter, as even a few days' de lay often causes untold suffering. Examination is free to all who call or write. Formula "FS" is for sale by drug gists everywhere, or will be mailed, sealed, on receipt of price, $1.00 per box of 50 tablets (one-half month's treatment) ; G boxes, S-3.00. Drs. Bar ton and Benson, 31 Bar-Ben block, Cleveland, O. Sold in Akron by John Lnmparter fc uo., uutts .rnarmacy, i . A. Col lins & Co., and all druggists. LIFE"S VARIORUM. Eoms work for this, some etnte for that, and grind at ecry turn; bomc Ivas for nlnt they haien't got, and what Ihty luio thc spuin. An J some ruii for tlitr i:junUin pest to get tnc sun's ljit ray. Then cranl into foaic M.nlM hole and sleep it off njxt day. ome find thU earth a hrt rjte place to blare and fetint iru sjie All llfc'b ullkf pleusUlc lo COIIM! Ill LelUV gHim and xraie, And utlicra h a twinkle in the hand and heart at.'- eje Will staLe ttitir luvs that (her can .spuid mure than the ,-an hud laid by. Some take a drink when ihey are dry and some when they are ttt; Some drink for sweet remembrance sake, som? that they may forget, Anu some there be, like you and me, free from U sham at-cur'd. Who hae laid down a rale for life neier to get atliirtt. Some turn to this, some turn to that, for fortune and for feme. And Eoma won't turn for anything and get thcie u.t the tarns. But there's a commjn turning point, a fute, un kind but jut. Where rich and poor and great and small tur.i one and all to dust. Gahe&ton N'cns. Ensily Home. "We have again met with heavy loss!" taid the courier. "In what way?" demanded Agni naldo "Our army" "Oh, yon mean a loss of Goldiera. Weil." he continued, with an air of pa tient resignation, "we mast expect some losses along with the profits." sfhe Basy Food JmZ Easy to Buy, ! V im w asy to at lyyf Ea$y to Disest- ln Puaker Oats J fel& At all grocert $ in 2-lb. pkgs. ?OK 4Al.h f'"i K-l-r-A-M- lor own t drcKtt- 0!" 5lvi rwltHt w f . . . The World's Greatest Toe Dancer The Sparkling Soubrette The Comedian Sketch Artists The Original Tramp Ballad ist Band Goncert r EL-vorsir-ogj Par CRUISE Uilco iho to MAGKINAG The Greatest Perfection yet attained In Boat Con struction: Luxurious . . Equipment, Artistic fur nishing. Decoration sn'i Efficient Service. by tid M-M EenI" rrtwtt" DETROIT AND CLEVELAND tire, SI .50 'b btrrrllei. IlFtlbi, ?&r $U 6Uftv, 3!.7' Connection &r tnaJa at CIvi-lis-J w ErllMt Trains for I rrolMS Eatt. tHoa' and South wwt, anj at DelrrlS fcr nt jt.T 1 lorth and Northwmt StiBdajTrlpa Jnntt Inly, uitl Hpttrabframl Of!ol(t Only. notrftll nnrt PInufltnn.1 Hrrrtaminn Vrwwm? IUIIUII UilU U.UlVlUHU HUlIUMllJll UOItil'UUI k Theater HEE0IS1T OF KUBSES. ELIZA ARCHARD CONNER TELLS OF THEIR SEBVICES IN MANILA. They Hold mi Important IMncc in American Vchleipmentx In tliel'liil Ipplnes Fnclnsr IlnnpcrN un tbe Flrlnp Line. Special Conespondence. Manila. May 29. Xo account of American achievement in the Philip pines would be complete without the Btory of the women trained nurses sent for tbe first timo in onr history by the national government to accompany an army to the scene of active operations England has been tbe only nation be fore us in thh useful and mcrcifnl en terprise. In the teeth of ridicule and determined opposition Floreuce Night ingale obtained permission for a few women nnries to accompany the British army at the time of the Crimean war. They were only allowed at first on snf- & . sr V ' r MIS3 ELLA HIST. ferance. however, so fiseil was tlie disbe lief in awoiniin's ability to do anything reqniringstrongiierveannd self control. The Crimean war experiment was the entering wedge of the innovation. It was triumphantly successful. From that day on the profession of the trained nnrse became second in dignity and im portance only to that of the medicine itself Honor is dne to Florence Night ingale above almo&t nil women who have lived She opened a new profes sion to her sex, one that was at the same time of noble service to the hu man race. Only a few internment nurses came here in the beginning. The first ones reached Mnnilx Dec. 23 No fight was on then The regular hospital corps of the nrmy attended mostly to the sick. So the yonng women bad time to get accustomed to their new quarters With the outbreak of the insurgent., Feb. 4. the trirls beran to have nlentv of work. They are now occupied in the hospitals all day long, tho.-e that are hero, and moroaie expected and needed. The regular army nurses have made a record for their country women yes, and men, too to be proud of. Yon can judge how their services are appre ciated by the fact that their pay has been nearly doubled by tho United States government since they started in. At !irt they were hired by the month. They received $30 a month and quarters and food. Now they sign a contract for a year aud receive $50 a month As a steady thing that is not bad pay even for a trained nnrse. The quarters of the army nurses are among the cleanest, cheeriest places I have visited iu this town. The Indies gather about them pretty bamboo furniture and artistic belongings, so that their home is a spot which rests the eye. Of women nurses in the island there are nov 25. Two are iu the hospital at Cavite, two on the island of Corregidor, in the convalescent hospital ; t'10 others are all in Manila, at tho First and Second Reserve hospitals. The- First Reserve hospital is the principal one. Here at times there have been as many as 800 sick and wound ed. Tho lady who has charge of all the other nurses at the First Reserve hos pital is Miss Jloua Bowman of Port land, Or She is called chief nurse. Since Feb. 0 she has Leon in attend ance in the operating room of the bos pit'al without losing a day. The women nurses that come here are of three-classes. One division is sent by the CJnited States government. These are called contract nurses. Then come the Red Cros.s ladies, snpported by Red Cross organizations in their respective states. Finally comes the third division, called Auxiliary Red Cross nurses. These are sent by the private philanthropy of ladies at home who wish to do something for their country ilis-i Helen Gould and Sirs. Wliitelivw Reid are at the head of the enterprise that maintains here the third auxiliary branch of Red Cross nurses. Tho women do not go out on the field of battle. In a battle members of the hospital corps dart out under fire and bring in the wounded to the field surgeons at the dressing stations and regimental hospitals. Then so f-oou as possible the wounded are sent to the general hospital, where they can re ceive the attention that it is impossible to give them on the field Yon will see, therefore, that it is not necessary for the women nurses to accompany an army actually on tho field in a fight. Indeed this would not he wise or ailviv ble. The argument against it is that if the soldiers saw half a dozen nice ladies under lire they would all think they must be saving the lives of the women instead of shooting down the enemy and giving their undividod at tention to him The brave nurses here have been un der fire, however, some of them morn than once. At the time of the historic episode of Feb. 4 and 5 bullets fell liko hail upon tho roof of the Second Re serve hospital, in which MUs Uist and Miss Fenwick, two of the government nurses, are. If one of tliom had wip pened to be standing nt a certain win dow at a particular moment, she would have been killed. That was the fato which overtook one of their piiucutn. a convalescent who was looking; out watching the fight A curio belonging to the ladies of the Hecond Reservo hospital is a slim little Mauser ball that flashed in where one JlPKl&k 1 1 M of them was at vcork and chipped off a bit of the window sash near her The messhonseof the Second Reserve nurses was also struck by tho flying bullets, though fortunately they, too, escaped without any damage. It is in the general hospitals, where the sick and wounded receive perma nent attention, that woman's power to be nsefnl in war shines like a steady star above a sea of suffering. The veiy atmosphere that surrounds these nn'. is i-oothing and cleansing. I have noiid a tremble aud buskiness in the voices of strong men as they told of what they had teen these gentle, strong women accomplishing. To begin, they are spot lessly clean, soul and body. Young women who cannot put aside the thought of sex are not wanted in the trained nurse's profession. Fortunately for womankind. the ladies sent here have been almost without ex ception of the highest and most digni fied character morally, and they have been refined and intelligent ladies be sides. In truth, the American women most honored in Manila today are some of these same army nnrses. The sight of ono of them, with her fair, delicate skin, her pretty head, shining clean, I her gentle voice and snowy apron and , cuffs, is of itself enough to hearten a man up and make him think of those j dear women at home who are thinking ' of him and praying for him always. 1 The soldiers would die ten times over . for some of these gentlewomen herp, 1 , know Through the most terrible and ghast ly operations the trained nnrse stands, her nerves under perfect control, her thought fixed steadily on her patient and the surgeon's directions She does not rlinch or pale; she does not weaken; she does not even weary till her time comes for going off duty, and she asks no favors professionally because she is a woman. It is agreeable to know that these deserving women have been treat ed socially with high consideration in Manila. Citizens of the best standing show them all the graceful social at tentions they have time to accept, which, however are not many The 1 army nurse is on duty from 7 1 he , morning till the noon hour, then g,iin I in the afternoon till 0 o'clock, often later. After that she goes home and rests for tho beginning of another day. Such is her life, week in and week out, with rarely an afternoon off to attend to errands ontside. It is no child's play, you see, and no woman except a strong, healthy one, regularly trained in the schools, is fit for it. Let no other kind be sent by Red Cross societies or any body else. Of women like these the world can uot have too many, in the States or elsewhere. Of the other kind,-tho fool ish, sputtering, fidgeting, po called sympathetic woman, who goes buzzing around like a crazy bumblebee of her there are far toe many in the States and in Manila. Some of her kind have pene trated here, even to the battlefield and the dressing stations. She has no sense of the fitness of things, desiring only to show oif her miscalled womanly sympathy. Wbero a wonnded man lies perhaps in mortal agony, with .a bullet in his lnngs. his eye glazing and the death damp upon his brow, she skips up like an animate jumping jack, shout ing shrilly- "Can't I do something for you Do tell me if there isn't anything I can do for yonl" Miss Smythe of the California Red Cross society is 11 lady who has done admirable work here. Of women nurses altogether, of all clashes, there have been 27, but two returned to tho States on account of ill health. The health of most of them, however, is ex- SHOT THKOUGH A HOSPITAL WISDOW. cellent. The prevalent diseases among the soldiers here are typhoid and malarial fevers and dysentery, though these are no more prevalent than they would be among the same nnmbor of men at home. It may be worse when the rainy season sets in. i-rri".in-- i'i if iflrnnri 'nr r Tr"" ".? -.- -'- on a COLUMBIA. CHAI THERE iISjNO WASTE OF ENERGY AT any POINT IN THE CRANK REVOLUTION MMM THE STAUD&RD HARDWARE 00.3 Columbia Dealers, Mrn. j These noble army nnrses have ' wrought for their country in war as effectually as if they carried a musket. A detail of American schoolmistresses Ehonld be sent here from the States to . teach the English language pnre and simple. The schools maintained by the Spanish government among the na tive childreu have Li-en continued by our authorities for want of better Native teachera. such as they are. pre side over th,m ijza Archard Coxxkh. " TALKING SHOP. A Sen tint fill Concerning Which There Is fuiiHlilcruliIc HumbuK. "If thc-ic U one thiug that makes me .1 little wearier than smother." said an amateur cynic, "it is to hear a man boast that lie "never talks shop.' I met a fairly eminent actor at a little gath- ' ering not Ion? ago. ami when some pleiibaut reference was uiatlu lie diew himself vp and said. "You will pardon ' me, 1 am sine-, but. really. I make it a rule never to talk shop.' That remark convinced two or three thick headed hearers that he was siugular'y free from vanity, but It convinced the rest of us that he was a double dyed tlon- 1 key and a poseur of the purest ray j serene. 1 "Every right minded man likes to 'talk shop and does so whenever he ! gets a chance. It Is that which makes I class clubs almost Invariably a s-uc- cess. Tbe members arc all interested in the same thii" ami can talk shop ad lib. without getting called down. One 1 of the redeeming features of matri mony is the fact that a man scaures a helpless victim to whom he can talk shop every day of the year. "When a chap Is traveling as iu a strange city, what a joy it is to bump up against somebody In one's same line of business! It is like meeting a long lost brother! I have often thought that the chief qbjeetiou to being a hangman is that there are so few per sons with whom a fellow could chat about the craft. "And yet it has grown to be a fash ion among people of eminence in all the professions to affect a reluctance to discuss the precise thing In which each Is most interested. They don't like to talk shop! t'augh! Nobody has any right to make such an asser tion -except a burglar in a police sta tion!" New Orleans Times-Democrat. He Snir the Point. A former attorney general of the United States. In a recent article, tells the following anecdotes of Mr. Justice Miller of the federal supreme court: Judge Miller was a very agreeable man socially, but in the later years of his life became somewhat impatient upon the bench. He was no orator him self and seemed to have an aversion to all attempts at oratory In court. I have seen him 011 more than one occasion disjoint with shari) questions a beauti fully prepared speech with which an ambitious orator expected to charm and captivate the court One midsum mer day. as it is said, he was holding court In a western state, and a lawyer, whom we will call Brown, was ad dressing him in a long, rambling speech. The judge listened and fanned himself and fidgeted about on the bench for some time, and, finally, lean lug over his desk, said in an audible whisper, "Confound it Brown, come to the point." "What point?" inquired the some what astonished lawyer. "Any point." responded the judge; and, though the sequel does not appear, it is probable that theie was a rapid condensation of talk in that courtroom after this short colloquy. The Cantel'M Eye. The Nile is essentially a river of si lence and mystery. Even the camels turn their beautiful soft eyes upon you as if you were Intruding upon their si lence and reserve. Never were the eyes in a human head so beautiful as a camel's. There is a limpid softness, an appealing plaintivcness in their expres sion which drag at your sympathies like the look In the eyes of a hunch back. It meaus that with your oppor tunities you might have done more with your life. Your mother looks at you that way sometimes In church when the sermon touches a particular ly raw nerve in your spiritual make up. I always feel like apologizing when a camel looks at me. Lilian Bell in Wo man's Home Coinpaniou Tbe Department Lnliyrlnth. "Where are you going to ?i!ud your vacation?" called the girl at the safety pin counter to the charmer at the soil ed ribbon table. "I guess I'll take It out in traveling." "Where are you going to travel?" "Well I'm going to visit every de- t partracnt in this store If it takes mp a j whole week to do it. Yes'm; what size, j please?" Cleveland I'laiu Deal-r. DR. KILMES'S SWAMP-ROOT Is Not Recommended for Everything. But If You Have Kidney or Bladder Trouble It Will be Found Just the Remedy You Need. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambi tion; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness .soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so pre valent tnat it is not uncommon tor a child to bo born weak kidneys, urinates to often, scalds the flesh. afflicted If the if the with child urine or if. when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the pas sage, and is yet afflicted with bed wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a. diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not a habit as most people suppose. So we find that women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy. The mild and im mediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and one dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle bv mail free, also pamphlet telling- ail about it, including- many of the thousands of testimonial letters re ceived from sufferers cured, In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ringham ton. N. Y, mention Akkox Daily Dkmocbat. Sid Morey's orchestra plays for Dancing afternoon and evening at the Gorge. tf RAILROAD TIME TABLES Dally; all others dally except Sunday. Central Standard Time. CLEVELAND, AKBON & COLUMBUS, Union Depot, Market St. Going North. No. 57 No. 85 No. Sf Columbus express 4:05 am From MUlersburg onlyl Uolumbus last mall 10:37 am 4:13 pra Going South. No. Si- Col.-Cln. fast mall No.Sb To Jllllersburg only No. 23H Col.-Cln. express (if) . eJSom 4:15 pm S:0Tpni EKIE RAILBOAD CO. Erie Depot, Mill t. Time Card: Dee. 11,1895. Golug"West. No It Express. No 6f Limited vestibule... jn IX 1V A,-m ....I.. XT- ,o' "-D'"""'J'. No 13 Huntington special ) M-,, .lln4-- K . , o,iiu ciJieas iNo 37 Accommodation Going East. No 8 Limited vestibule 13 am v- 'tT gxPr.S3 8:31 am x-0 ,2 fw Yrk special 1250 pm Jto 16t Chautauqua express 4:25 pm 5o 33 Accommodation 4:oo pm tT-r) HjXcerjf. Mnnriav nnrl rin-tr .rt&. hr.it. days. OnT. V. E.K. Going North. How. 8t. Union East Akron. 6:03 am 9:10 am 12:11pm 4:5s pm 8:17pm 9:19 am 12:27 pm 5:07 pn llriMptn 8:00 pir Depot Depot. 8:33 pm 7:0 am 9:) am ,,, K! pm 6:52 pm 6:i0 am No 48 No 4 No 6 No 10 No 8 No 7 No 3 , No 9 . No 5 .6:45 am .8:20 am .1:10 pm RflSTim 6:23 am 9:05 am 1:00 pm 4:55 pm ,o3pui saopm Going South 8:12 am 8:05 am l?m im 12:13 pm 43pm 11:15 pm 7:53 pm 4 'Mum !l0:M pm No 47 t : pin WHEELING LAKE EBIE KT. Myron T. Herrlck, Robert BUckensderler, receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1S98. Nol No No3 am urn roieao ( union aepoi)v t:i. 1:20 45 4:10 4:54 5:19 6:13 pm Spencer 10:15 Lodl 101 f!rpfnn , 10:49 Orrvllle 11:18 Masslllon 11 Valley Junctlon12:15 am 5:50 6:4 9:20 Wheeling Wheeling ... Valley Junction Ar 8:25 No 4 Lv5:S0am No 10 .-SO am 12V; pm 1X) 2:22 2:19 S:03 3:W 6- . 8:00 Massiiion . 8:50 OrrvllIe . 9 .9:45 Creston Lodl. 10a Spencer . 10:15 Toledo (Union depot)Ar 1:20 pm a., u. isootn. General Traffic Manager. J. F. Townsend, Assistant General Passenger Aped. THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD. Time Card. Dec.l9,lS93. Dspot North Main Street. Dapart No. 1 ,, , , ,, 7:50 am No. 11 : 6:00 pra Arrive No. 2 4:20 pm No. 13.. 10:S0 otn PITTSBURG & WESTERN R. K. Union Depot, Market street. Leave for the East. No. 6 Vestibule limited .1:55 am No. 46 Pittsburg expres3. 6:10 am No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 put No. 10 Washington Express Irom u. i T.V. R.R. Howard st. Btatlon 4:20pm Arrive from the East. 8 Western mall 11:53 cm No, No. 47 Chicago expresss 75 pm No. Ot VesUDUie nmirwn , urnupm No. 9Clev. Express, ar. O. T. V. R. Howard it. station , 9:30 am BALTIMORE & OHIO. Union Depot. Depart West. No. 5 Vestibule limited ll:15-u. No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mafi10:10 am No. 47 Chlcato express 7-50 ptt Arrive from the west. No. 6 VesUbe limited 1:50 am No. 46 Pittsburg express 6:05 am No. 8 Chloago-Akron fast mall 8:10 pm We have yet to hear of a rider of the COLUMBIA BEVEL-GEAR CHAINLESS who would willingly give it up for any other wheel. Direct testinov is always titter than I hearsay evirtesce. U yea Ctiire to knewf about Bsvel-Gesr Coaialess Mcyclcs, do cot J ask a person who has never riiisn one, or J is in any way conntctto with a oaiiurac- J tcrer who s t3t nulla ttent. lo.nire of 5 riders cf the Colaiatia Bevel-Gear Chain- less. There ere tho-sands of them thronga- j out the country. They are to lie met la I every city, ia alreot every town of the J United States so popular has thi machine g Dccome m tee snort sjace oi a year ana a half. There are reasons for this. The Chainlecs Is easier to take care of than the chain wheel. It hss a looser life. Every ounce of power a?plie to tho pedals is made effective. This last advantaje over chaln diiven wheels is ajiutrcr.t the moment you mount the machine. TheChainless seems to possess an activity and lile of its own. You rotice it in startlnsr. stopplnr, fcack- peddiutr. riaissr o.t levels, auo. espici iji iu aaccauin i.rua-?. Prices $60 to $75 CHAIN VHEELS. Columbias, Hartfords and VeaeUes. Prices j Sp55 SEJO e Mfg. Go. Hartford, Conn.l -m?