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Closes in 3 Days
Wn fppl confident that everv
' fnafniner who visited this sale
' gained by it. Not only do we ;
' bave you money aurmr our jiijl.u
I END SALES but all the year
' rnnnri. Wr nlace drv eroods be-
' fore vou as cheap as can be
bougllt between New York and
Umcago.
Mill End Price i?c
; All silk taffeta ribbons, the proper
i wiain ior uecK. auuuuo m uim
1 ming, bought expressly for this
! sale, same quality as you pay 25c
for.
Mill End Price 10c
One of our great mill end bargains
in P.TC 's and fancy weaves in
white goods is the same quality
as you pay 2oc ior.
Mill End Price 3c
I C7:nr.nnif Krtc-- iiliVoe in lilnnlr
oiiiinuii a uci3k v.xw. .-- ,
and ivnite also greys, saum qu.ut- ;
ty as you pay 5c for.
Mill End Price 3c
Best Lancaster ginghams in
plaids of all colors, same as you
pay 0c for.
MUl End Price 5c
Ladies' fast black hose, full sizes,
well made, same as you pay 8c for.
Mill End Price 44c
', Fancv comfort calicoes, fast
1 colors, we had a big lot of these
' v.i,f fimr irn fast when vou nav Gc
regularly for them.
Mill End Price S19.50
I The best wheel on the market for
i $25 is the .Hamilton wneei out we
' have mill end prices all over our
store inai is wjj.v we sou ,uu u
$25 wheel for $19.50.
ST"Make good use of the next
three davs in the line of dry
I goods buying for the genuine
copyngnrea mm eu &,! m
close Saturday.
150-152 South Howard St.
S. & O.'s POINTERS
Now la tho tlrao to load up with 100
pound bnc fine granulated sugar.
Only the finest H. & E. dC (SJ
granulated sugar sold p J. ur
per 100 pound sack.
Call, mall or telephone your order.
Our i agons pass your door.
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I6S. W o ward St.
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John Q. Engelhart. Tm. F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
Plumbers, gSntuS..
Hfrs.oftht Engelhart Hot Water
f2nprntvir
311 E. Mill st. Tel. 45
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Buy a Good Dog
I have for sale puppies of all kinds
from six to ten weeks old. Call at
No. 614 North Howard Street
ANDREW V0GEL
INDIANA MELONS
Wlllnrrlve tonlsht. Arerj fine stock and
medium prlcfs. All kinds of California
fruits have rriel In pood condition.
Prices are reasonable. Fine bananas on
hand. Headquarters for Jamaca limes.
!M. Laskaris Co
Phono 289. 162 S. Howard Bt.
Scientific Shoeing,
The Best of Help,
Kind Treatment,
AT A Cool Shop,
Prof. Rich's
Phone 832. 411 South main st.
BIRTHS.
Schmidt To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
A. Schmidt, 103 Frank st., Monday,
July 31, a son.
Hansen To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Hansen, 199 AV. Tallmadge ave.,
Tuesday, August 1, a daughter.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe" Nail
Bemedy" price 25c. For sale by all
druggists.
If you think of changingyour heat
ing boiler call on Oberlin ; get prices
on the Cottage boiler for soft coal.
FOOTBALL.
Akron's FamousTeam
Will Soon beRe-organized
For the Season.
Harold A. Barnhart Men
tioned For Manager.
High School Players Begin
Practice Work.
Candidates Ordered to Report
Sporting News.
Akron's famous foot ball team will
be in the game this fall.
Arrangements are already being
made to get together and perfect the
organization.
'Die first question to be settled is
the selection of a manager. It is the
general belief that Harold A. Barn
hart is the man for the place. If he
can be induced to accept it he will be
given the place.
With the .splendid reputation es
tablished in the last few years, Ak
ron will have no trouble in getting
good dates. Practically all of the
old men have signified their inten
tion of getting back in the game
again this year. The choice of a
captain is another early move.
Hutchinson, "Old Hutch," as the
rooters were in the habit of calling
him, is undoubtedly the choice of a
majority of the players for this re
sponsible position.
Practice will begin early and the
team will be in splendid condition
for the season when the first game is
called.
Not His Last.
Peter Maher has commenced to
train for his go with Joe Kennedy,
which will take place before the
Lenox Athletic club. This will be
Kennedy's first appearance in the
east, but it is safe to say it will not
be his last. Maher ought to prove
easy for him; then watch out for the
Californian.
Candidates Must Report.
All candidates for the Akron High
school foot ball team are urged to
report for practice at the West Hill
grounds Thursday at 2 o'clock with
out fail.
Leaguers Organized.
The Leaguei& of Akron have organ
ized for the season. They challenge
any base ball team in Akron or sur
rounding villages for a game.
The players are : Dorn If, F. Bott
c, Hoffman p, Heinbaugh 2b, Crile
3b, Funk cf, Humberger rf, Washer
ss, J. Bott lb, Welsh, Smead, Smitii,
substitutes.
Money Talks.
Akron, Aug. 2, 1899.
Spobtinr Editor:
As Mr. Shipman is doing consider
able talking in regard to John Wiese
being afraid to give him another
road race, I will say as soon as he
deposits $50 with any responsible
person it will be covered immediate
ly and "he can feel assured that .Mr.
Wiese will be there to give hiin a
chance to reduce those eleven and
one half minutes. W. S.,
Manager.
CIVE THE CHILDREN A DRINK
Called Graln-O. It Is a delicious, appetizing
nourishing food drink to take the ulace ol
colToe. Sold by all crocers and liked by all
who liae used It because when jiroperlj
prei nrvd It tastes like the finest coffee but 1?
free from all Its Injurious prop-riles. Oraln
O aids digestion and strengthens tl.e ne- er.
It is not a stimulant but a health tiulidcr
and children us -nell as adults can drink
with great beneflt. Costs about one-fmiril
as much its codec, n mid Sac.
To Foundry Men.
Durango, Mexico, July 29. 1899.
To the Supt. of the Foundry De
partment: Dear sir: We desire to establish
an agency at Akron, Ohio, and it
will give us pleasure and you satis
faction to allow us to express to you
a sample keg of hundred kilos of our
new Ferro-Nickel Manganese Cal
cium Fluorido for trial in cupola and
ladle use.
This alloy, like yeast not an expen
sive article, gives new life to the
metal in purity, ductility and soft
ness. Upon receipt of this, please tele
graph at once to our exclusive Sole
Agents Messrs. Stahlknecht & Cia.
Bankers, Durango, Mexico, for a
trial sample keg alloy, which we will
be pleased to forward to you imme
diately by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex
press direct to your foundry. Twenty-four
page illustrated catalogue
free.
Awaiting your immediate rnply,
we arc yours faithfully sei vault.
Howard Chemical Works, agents,
will ship from St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.
Tho National Ore & Reduction Co.
Durango, Mexico, P. O. box 83.
SLASHED
Across Neck and Hand
by Vicious Negro.
James McFeely Seriously Injured
Object of Attack Is Unknown.
James McFeeley of 117 South
Prospect St., cook at the Bank cafe,
was assaulted Tuesday night about
12 o'clock in front of the Buchtel ho
tel and. severely injured.
He was walking down Mill street
when a negro stepped up to him and
addressed him in an insulting man
ner. McFeeley told him to go away,
whereupon the negro struck him,
knocking him down.
When McFeely had risen to his
feet the negro drew a knife and cut
him on the neck and hand. The cut
on the neck was six inches long and
pretty deep. The cut on the hand
was also deep.
Several persons were standing by
and the negro was taken away. He
started to run up Maiden Lane alley.
McFeeley was taken to the office
of Dr. Harry Todd, Central office
building, corner Main and Mill bts.,
and injuries dressed. The cut on
the neck required six stitches and
that on the hand four.
The assaulted man did not recog
nize his assailant. He had no ac
quaintance with him, nor had they
had any trouble. The negro's action
did not indicate that his intentions
were to hold up McFeeley. What
his object was is not yet explained.
The police started to hunt the ne
gro and found him Wednesday fore
noon. He was brought in by Officer
John King between 10 and 11 o'clock
and lodged in the city prison. "Bill"
Hall is the negro's name.
PERSONALS.
D. W. Holloway is in Cleveland on
business.
Will Russell has returned from
the Klondike.
A. R, Welker is the guest of Knox
county friends.
Capt. H. O. Feederle left for Cleve
land this morning.
Jacob Naner is in Johnstown, Pa.,
to attend the funeral of a relative.
Miss Olga Schweitzer, 149 Pearl st.
is visiting with relatives in North
ampton. Wm. H. Smetts, 635 East Exchange
st., aged 19 years, is confined with
typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrb. Conrad Eckel of In
dianapolis, Intl., formerly of Akron,
are visiting relatives and friends in
tlie city.
The residents of Sumner st., resid
ing between Exchange and Wheeler
sts., will picnic at Lakeside park,
Wednesday.
Rev. J. H. Hensel of Ashland,
formerly in charge of Calvary Evan
gelical church of this city, was in
Akron today.
The 7th annual reunion of the
Beck family will be held August 10,
at the home of Mr. W. H. Thornton,
South Main st.
Frank Estep, of Irvington on the
Hudson, is the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Estep, corner Ex
change and Allyn sts.
The class of Miss Irvin, Arlington
Street Congregational Sundayscbool,
gave an enjoyable entertainment at
the Old Forge hall Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Frank A. Wilcox, accompan
ied by her children, Doyle and Eliz
abeth, and Miss Cora A. Southworth
left Tuesday for their future home in
Erie, Pa.
Mrs. Henry Wakeman, of West
Market St., and Miss Sadie Wads
worth and Miss Nellie Steel, of Cuy
ahoga. Falls, left for Chautauqua
Tuesday.
More than a thousand people at
tended the lawn fete given by the
Maccabees last night, corner Bowery
and Exchange streets.. The Macca
bee band furnished music.
The Misses Edna Newbauer of S.
High st., Ethel Rhodes of Kent,
Ruth Kohler of Wabash, Ind., and
Edna Deibolt of Cleveland, are
spending a few days in the country
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Brittain.
Campbell-Christensen.
Rev. J. H. W. Blake, pastor of St.
Paul's Episcopal church, united
Chp-R. E. Campbell of (U7 E. Buchtel
av. and Miss Carrie Cliristensen in
marriage Tuesday evening at the
home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin F. Cliristensen, 725 East
Exchange st. The ceremony was
performed in the presence of only a
few friends and immediate relatives.
Mr. and Mrb. Campbell left at 8:15
for Detroit. They will join Mr. and
Mrs. V. S. Kincaid there and the
two couples will then go to Mackinac
for a ten days' stay. Upon their re
turn Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will re
side at 647 East Buchtel av.
RESIDENCE SOLD Mrs. Jennie
S. Wise lias purchased the residence
on N. Union st.. formerly owned and
ocoupied by Geoir T. Rowland.
The corihldemtion was $4,600.
Eczema, bcald head, liiveb, itchi
ness of the skin of any sort instantly
relieved, permanently cured. Doan'b
Ointment. At any drug store.
DELINQUENT
Tax Report Complete.
Aggregate Amount About
Same as Last Year.
Mrs. Susan Morter Asks
For a Divorce.
Alleges That Husband Threat
ened Her Life.
Receivers ask Compensation Court
House News.
The leport showing the delinquent
pergonal tax from the June collec
tion hab been completed by Auditor
Sisler.
The total amount iB $32 282.25, not
including the delinquent dog tax
which amounts to $586. The total
forthib city is f23.JJ90.65. The de
linquent tax is about the same as
last year.
Divorce Petition.
Mrs. Susan Morter, wife of An
drew Jackson Morter, has filed a pe
tition in Common Pleas court, ask
ing that she be granted a decree of
divorce. They were married Nov.
19, 1874. She alleges that he is
guilty of extreme cruelty, giobs neg
lect and drunkenness. She says he
has threatened to '"cut her liver out,
cut her throat and blow up the
house." His language, she alleges,
in addressing her, has been vile and
indecent. Mrs. Morter says her hus
band has been intoxicated since the
first of April. She owns a grocery
at 110 Bittman st. He has been re
strained from interfering with her in
any way.
Receivers' Compensation.
John Memmer and H. W. Cole, re
ceivers af the Akron Silver ..Plate
company, appeared in court Wednes
day and asked that their compensa
tion be fixed. They claim $4,000.
The plant was recently sold for
$5,600.
Representation In Insolvency.
Levi M. Kauffman, administrator
of the estate of Jacob Foltz, has filed
a representation in insolvency. The
debts of the estate amount to $4,644.
12. The assets aggregate $3,120.44.
Minor Matters.
William Deering & Co. have com
menced an action against George H.
O'Brien for $249.71, alleged to be due
on account.
C. C. Frederick has been appointed
Administrator of the estate of He
man J. Swigart.
Marriage Licenses.
Frederick Croft, Barbertou . ... 19
Julia Minnich, Barberton 18
Clarence J. Geis, Akron ... 24
Harriet E. Housman, Akron. 23
Edwaid R.Eichelberger,Fairlawn 24
Myrtle Amen, Fairlawn 20
Charles J. Penhorwood, Columbus 36
Belle Drew, Akron 35
Mellvin Smith, Clinton .31
Cora Sechrist, Clinton 30
Frank Woodb, Akron 21
Nellie Rennie, Turkeyfoot 20
INQUEST.
Coroner E. 0. Leberman
Will Hold One
To Determine Cause of Heman
' Swigart's DeathSensation.
The peculiar deatli of Hemau
Swigart, of Copley tp., hab created a
sensation in Copley and Akron to
day. The- body was removed from the
casket in the vault Monday and the
stomach was analyzed. Coroner
Leberman will not discubs tho wise.
An inquest will be held in a few
days. Witnesses have not yet been
notified.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SAIjK Htorc and d oiling on bouth
Main St.; two doors north of Rubber St.; 17
rnnnm nn lower floor. Pined for wntoi and
gas. Knqulre 11. K. Goodrich engineer de
purtincnt. 80-01
READ DEMOCRAT ADS.
Special
July and August
Clearance Sale
Of our entire stock of Summer
Footwear, comprising an ele
gant stock of fine
Tan Shoes and Oxfords
For Ladies', Men and Children.
Don't miss this sale; come
quick and get some of these
choice Summer Footwear bar
gains. New invoice just re
ceived Mens' Duck Shoes.
In connection we are offering
our complete stock of Trunks
and Satchels at reduced prices.
REID BROS.
UP-TO-DATE
Shoe and Trunk House
122 S.Howard St.
f
5 PER CENT.
..FARM LOANS..
We have MONEY TO LOAN
on first-class improved farms a 5
per cent.
Wall & HoIIinger
226 South Main st.
Akron, O.
A cordial Invitation
is extended to aU to CALL AT
"TheCoitags55
For MEALS or WET GOODS.
Full line of Domestlo and Im
ported goods.
TONY WALDVOGEL,
Proprietor
709 S. fVlaln st.
Telephone 1611.
Six-Horsepower
Electric Motor
For sale cheap.
In good condition. Inquire
Akron Photo Eng. Co.
The Finger of Time
Points to the Desirability of Pure
and Reliable Drugs.
Long Hie and perfect health are possibly
only hen the best drugs are used. Tho sav
ing of a penny counts for nothlne It th
drug purchased Is lneflectl e.
The Virtue in Drugs
Is readily seen from our stock. Hera
are the best as represented in strength,
purity nud freshness. Xo high quality
drugs were ever sold at so Iowa price, but
we do not make a specialty of the cheap
kind.
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Before Buying a
Furnac
It will pay to call and get our
priceb.and see the celebrated
Cleveland Hot Air
Furnace
Guaranteed to be the BEST in
the market.
Walsh & Co.
Hardware Dealers
No. 1050 South Main st.
Near Hankey Lumber Co.
Phone 1G44.
8$&Sk5&$S44
PEACH DUMPLINGS Make a
crust as you would for shortcake or
baking powder biscuit, allowing one
table spoonful of cold water to each
cupful of flour. Cut out witli a large
biscuit cutter, make a hollow in tho
center with your hand, leaving a
rim around the edge. Bake in a
quick oven and fill the center with
fresh or canned peaches. Serve with
cream for desert.
If too much trouble to make peach
dumplings and you think you would
like them for dinner, just stop in at
Model Bakery. Meals are only 25o;
ticketfc, 5 for $1.
Model Bakery is the coolest place
in the city. Phono 394.
S. B. LAFFERTY.
NO CHANGE
In Models For Next
Year's" Bicycles.
National American Company Refused
to Enter the Trust.
The National American Cycle Co.
is busy closing up the books for the
year.
While the business done during
the year just ended has not been as
large as might be hoped by the com
pany, yet there is not much room for
complaint, considering the season,
which was very late.
The total output of wheels will ag
gregate 10,000. The National Ameri
can company's wheels have enjoyed
a fine reputation this year, and indi
cations are that if next season is
favorable an exceptionally large bus
iness will be done.
Secretary and Treasurer Chas. H.
Baker of the company says that the
models for 1900 will not differ much
from those of 1899. About the only
change will be in the ornamental
work. Plain, rich colors will take
the place of fancydesigns in transfer
work.
The Bicycle Trust of America will
hold its annual meeting in New
York Thursday. The meeting will
be for the purpose of electing new
officers. It is an item of importance
to know that the National American
Cycle company has enthusiastically
placed itself on record as being
against the trusts. Repeated efforts
have been made to get the company
to go into the trust, but without
avail, the management much pre
ferring to conduct the business on an
independent scale.
During the past season the Na
tional Ameiican Cycle company has
given employment to about 300 men.
At present the force of men at work
is reduced greatly, owing to the fact
that tho busy season is ended. Tho
employes were kopt working about
two months longer than was the case
at other bicycle factories throughout
the country.
Work will be resumed about the
middle of September, when a busy
run will continue until the close of
next season.
STATE MEETING
Of Order Chosen Friends Will
Select Delegates.
The state business meeting of the
Order of Chosen Friends is in pro
gress in the parlor of the Empire
house. About 30 delegates are
present and secret council is being
held.
The meeting, which is conducted
by Provisional Grand Counselle'r S.
W. Knight, of Cleveland, arrived at
10 a.m. Adjournment was had at 12.
Meeting again convened at 2. AVill
continue until 5. Only routine busi
ness was transacted in tlje forenoon's
session.
The main purpose of the meeting
is to elect delegates to the Supreme
Council meeting at Indianapolis,
Ind., in the near future.
BOND ISSUE
Will Be Considered at the Stock
holders Meeting.
A meeting of stockholders of the
Northern Ohio Traction company
will be held in this city Saturday to
vote upon the question of executing
a mortgage or deed of trust to the
Central Trust company of New York,
securiug an issue of $3,000,000 in par
value of five per cent 20-year gold
bonds of the Northern Ohio Traction
company and the issuance of $2,500,
000 of said bonds and to elect seven
directois. Other business of impor
tance will be considered.
MERCHANTS' PICNIC A spe
i.. train on the Erie arrived at Ak
ron Wednesday morning at 8:30. It
had on board 1300 passengers, citi
ont. nf Ashland. Nankin. Polk. West
Salem, Burbank, Crestou and Ster
ling. The excursionists held a picnic
at Silver lake under the auspices of
the merchants and Sunday schools
of West Salem.
METZ.
Gertiude Richie, little daughter of
w.v, ijiohio foil from a wacron on
Saturday and broke her arm at the
elbow, one is unuer mo cuiu ui ui.
Dodge of Cuyahoga Falls.
Maude Allen of Cuyahoga Falls, is
snendinc tho week with Donnie
Haliwell. .
The ladies of the O'Brien Ceme
terv association met at the home of
J. "Raleigh Thursday. A business
meeting was hold at 3 o'clock, after
which a nice lunch was served.
Rev. Sankey of Plain Grove, Pa.,
preached in the U.P. church Sunday.
G. H. O'Brien, in the employ of a
Chicago firm, was in Akron Monday.
Clint and AVill Dox of Cleveland,
are here.
Mrs. Jane Sentor of Bedford, is
visiting her daughter and family,
Mrs. Sarali Hibbard.
John Hibbard and wife and little
daughter, Sarali, spent Sunday in
Macedonia.
IVL O'lMEiL & CO
Lowest
For thoroughly reliable
and durable...
FOOTWEAR
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New Shoe
LATELY
We sell our SHOES as cheap as we sell our
OF2V OOODS,
IVI. O'IMEIL-& CO
Colored Camp Meeting,
Sunday, July 30, Aug. G, 13, 20, 27,
Boston Ledges.
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return,
Including meals and berths. For
further information enquire of C. D.
Honodle, Union depot. Tel. 42.
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You can see how the natural gas burns in the stoves ffi
at our store. A full line of heaters and gas stoves of k
every description will he on display in ten days. Don't
fail to see how the natural gas works. -Ji
Jahant
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Phone 349.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS
Are You Saving Them?
We will give you threefold amount on Teas, Coffees
and Spice,s for week commencing July 30th.
GEO. HAAS, Grocer, m MnTm street
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PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
Natural and artificial gas burners and supplies
L-. J. HEFFERNAN
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Prices
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Department
OPENED.
S3.00 Niagaria Falls Return S3.00
Via Erie R. R. Aug. 15, at 8 p. m.
No change of cars, tickets good five
days with stop at Chautauqua on re
turn. Wait for the Erie !
Camp Meeting,
Boston Ledges next Sunday.
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Stoves For 1399
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Orders Promptly Filled.
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PURITAN
GIVE US A CALL
Crown and Bridge Work can't bo beat.
Prices aro consistent. Gold tillings $1
and up. Best teeth S.0O.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms
126 South Main st.
Open evenings. Sundays 10 to 1.
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