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X s CURES
Hay Fever, Bron
chitis, Asthma I
nd all Diseases
of the Throat and
Clcuds of IWIcatwi Vapyr sre inhaled
through tbe mouth and emitted from th- dv
trlls. cleansing and vaporizing all tbe iiiflani-d
and disasod part which cannot be rrj'hM rr
medicine taken Into tbe stomach.
31 rcache the tore tpoUIl hcah the row
1liceIt goes to the fat ofrtUratcJt acts c
nbalm and tonic to the ichotr )j'trmI.GO rtl
ruQijlsiiortcntbymall. IMS Arch Stfhilt-
SHit-irj tMi iKxa
Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos,
Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies
Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes.
LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
FOK SALE A nice bay mare li years
old. AVeipht lino pounds. A fine driver,
good stvle and action. Reason, have no
u-o for a horse and will sell very cheap. For
particulars enquire at Democrat ofllce. W
FORSALB Two lots In rear ot MO East
Tunrkct St., suitable for neat homes, nt mod
erate cost: or will sell entire property at a
bargain. Money to lend. J. M. Poulson,
room 27. Arcade. 91-101
For Sale Houses and lots in nil parts of
the city, nt from $1,000 to $.O0O, also smnll
farms close to city and from $500 to $1,500.
I5G South Main. Mtf
FOR SALE No. 124 Bare St., 9 room, fur
nace, grate, barn and fruit, also cottage, five
rooms, will sell as a whole or separate. For
particulars, u. w. uriaiey, ueiiinu iiuhu
og. Tel. 510.
FOR SALE Two small garden farms
with fair buildings for sale or trade for Ak
ron property. Call now and see the crops
crowing upon them. A. D. Alexander,
Commerce block. 92-117
Restaurant for Sale. Good restaurant well
located, doing good business, for sale cheap
If sold nt once. Good reason for selling.
C. H. Jones, 118 E. Exchange st.
Famished' Rooms for Rent. Good furnished
rooms, with modern conveniences.
C. H. Jones, 118 E. Exchange st.
FOR SALE 1,0 is the price of a good
8-rooin house in a desirnblo residence part
of the city. II you are looking for a home
you cannot bent this for the money, us in
vestment would pay 12 per cent. For par
ticulars and other bargains in real estate
m-o J. I. HACHTEL,
188 South Hownrd st.
We have a 57,500 home, first-class in every
particular to sell at tho extreme-low Ugure
off5,v0f. You can buy It on terma to suit.
If you have any money and want n bargain,
see this place. Money to loan on terms to
P. P. BOCIv & CO..
Tel. 9. 209 S. Hownrd St.
TO LOAN J30O. J500, $S00. $1,000 nnd f2.nno.
J. I. Bachtel, 1SS S. Howard st. flltf
MONEY TO LOAN $100 to 10.IKW nt .
Akron money. Sawyer, Doyle block.
MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattlo se
curity nnd allow the goods to remain In
r our possession. Canrepnyus In monthly
nstallments. Room 11, Arcade block. Of
flco hours, 8:30 to 11:80 a. m.,l:S0 to 5 p.m.
L. C. MILLER A IVY MILLER.
AVanted A grocery store in somo good
location for cash. Clerks' Business Ex. UStf
TO EXCHANGE A first class four horse
power electric motor for a ten horse power
AVANTED A girl for general housework.
No washing. Call or address, Mrs. Dell
Strunk, 123 N. Howard St. 0tf
Houses wanted 3) reliable tenants wait
ing. 156 S. Main. SO tf
109 girls wanted for shops, hotels, stores
and "private homes. Come quick. Places
waiting. Ladles' bureau, 15i S. Main. Sfitf
AA'ANTED To sell, very cheap, oak din
ing table, dishes, hnll rack, hall lamp,
chamber sets, mnhogany desk, large refrig
cretor, rockers, stand, etc., 521 Kast Buchtel
av. corner College st; IIO-102
AVANTED Ladies and gentlemen who
enn furnish first-class credentials to call and
secure good paying commercial positions
that are now ready. Position:, that are per
manent and pay from $10 to $20 per week.
You are not obliged to accept what wo offer;
you are privileged to try one place after an
other njitll suited, and think of It the cost
does not exceed 5 cents per week. No extra
charge for use of branch offices. Managed
exclusively by Akron people. Over 50 po
sitions now open; no trouble or expense to
show what they are. Orders from out of
citv dally. Clerks' Employment Exchange,
15fl So. Main. SOtf
FOR RF.NT Comfortable, smnll house,
$.". per month. Eranklln, Cuyahoga st.
For Rent Furnished and unfirnished
rooms with the very best people. 156 South
Main st. " Stf
For Kent Store room, best location in
the city for the shoe or dry goods business
156 South Main St. BStf
LOST A pockctbook containing a sum of
money. New York draft, Goodrich Rubber
Cc. check.-recelpts and other valuable pa
pers, on Rapid Transit car line or Randolph
park. Liberal reward will be pr.ld if left at
Democrat olllce. 100-102
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOK SALE A good building lot on Brown
av. AV111 be sold' cheap If bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 1S8
STEPHEN O. MILLER, Attorney-at-Iaw.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pnl
raer block, IBS South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
Vfcf. F COLEMAN
Justice of the P-aec and Notary.
2nr AS'ooster avenue.
Houses on monthly payments, choice lots
on AVoostcr nv. will be sold at a sacrifice,
also greenhouse equipments chenp. A 45
horse-power boiler, almost new. I have the
finest allotment In Akron. Lots 60x175 from
$100 to $200. Come to see mo.
FOR REPAIRING See George Ilanellne.
Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 183
South Main St.. under red watch sign. 222tf
MASSILLON COAL CO.
AVe have a large amount of money
to loan on good'real eitat curlty.
Low rate of lntereit. Tenni xnoit
149 S. Howard sL, Phonos 5S2 and 593
New machinery, new location.
we guarantee our work. High
gloss or domestic finish.
-Nos. 132-137 North Howard st.
ADMIEAL D3 7 :i 13 FEVEB
Captain ( !!: t"i..,l, Had In Receive
ISr OKU-.a! V.-.til Who Cimr
AlHMltl. M Illfril.
Legiiok.v. Italy, Aug. 15. Admiral
Dewey remained on board his flagship,
the United Statob cruiser Olympia,
being ill with fever. The captain of
the vessel received the visits of officials
and others in his place.
Tauii'fr A. Smith, United State? con
eular Leghorn, accompanied by Edward
C. Cramer, the United Stateb consul at
Florence, visited the Olympia for thp
purpose of taking leave of Admiral
The newspaper). Gazzetta Livornese
and II Telegrafo of this place published
sot the"ictor of Cavite."
PETERSON & WRIGHT
Successors to J. Z. Peterson
Grain. Hoy, Hill Feed, cm, Lime, tic.
138 HORTH MATH ST.
Peterson k. 'WriEht
WANTED TO LOAN
$1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years ff security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Hal & Oo-fcos3
Everett block. Tel. 1S2K
The Aetna Life Insurance Co. paid to
policyholders in 1898 over $4,500,000.00
over $1,000,000.00 on endowment poli
cies matured a form of Insurance on
which we have no competition in results.
FRANK O. NEWC0MB,
Everett Building:. District Agent.
$1,000 to Invest in a business or partner
ship. l.VIS.MaIn. 80 tf
If you Av.infc a first-class driving
horso, finely mated coach or carriage
team,' call at Steinor's Stock Barn,
No. 1350 South Main'st. Nothing but
first-class horses kept in stock.
N. R. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
Murder and .Suicide.
Chicago, Aug. 15. Thomas Houli
han, cashier for a packinghouse, shot
and killed his Avife- and committed sui
cide. Jealousy is.believed to have beeii
Columbia Heat Defender.
Neavpoht, Aug. 13. The Columbia
Rdded another A'ictory to her alrcady
Eplendid record by defeating Defender
13 minutes 7 seconds over a 88-mile
Deaths From the Plasue.
Hongkong, Aug. 15. Thoro Avore 23
deaths from the plague during the last
week and 25 news bases "were' reported.
WHEAT 70 CENTS.
August 15. 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
24c, country 20c, lard 10c: eggs
15c: chickens, 14c per lb. dressed,
spring chicken, 35c a piece.
Corn, ear 25c per bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 32c; hay fiOc
a hundred: straw 35c a hundred.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 2 for 5c.
Celery 10c a bunch.
"Wax Beans 10c a measure.
Toiuatops, home grown 10c a 2 qt.
New beets, 2 for 5c.
Summer squash, oc to 10c a piece.
NeAV potatoes, 75c a bu.
Peas, 45c a peck.
Blackberries, 10c qt.
Huckleberries, 15c qt.
Home groAvn cabbage, 5 to 8c head.
Green Corn 15c doz.
"Wheat 70c; oats 20c; corn,
ear, 19c; corn, shelled, 36Kc; hay,
$10; rye, 55c.
Butter, creamery, 20c; country
15c; lard, 6to6c; eggs, 12 to 13c;
chickens, live 74sc, dressed 10c.
Navy beans, $l734," 1 1.40; marroAvfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Cured hides, No. 1, No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 72C, No. 2 6c, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10c, No. 2, 9c;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts, lamb skins
Pork, dressed, b live 4J to 5c;
beef, dressed, c to 8jc, live
3c to' 6c; mutton, live. 4c to 5c;
dressed, 8c to 9fc; spring lamb,
12c; pork, loins, 9c; veal, live
5c to 6, dressed, 10c.
Sugar-cured ham, 10c to lljc;
shoulder, 7Jc; California ham,
7 to7Kc; bacon, 7 to 8c; dried beef,
15 to 18c; lard, simon pure, R
in tub; 6c in tierces; country
kettle fie; pur lard. 6c.
Hemlock bill stuff $16 per in
Norway bill stuff $1!) por in
Yellow pino siding No. 1 $26 per m
Yellow pine flooring No. 1 common
$22 per m
Yellow pine ceiling No. 1 $26 per m
White pine lath $3.20 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $3.35 per
Clear hemlock shingles $2.40 per
Until you got our' prices and see
The'HanKey Lumber Co.,
Wholesale and" retail dealers In
Sasb, Boors, Blinds, Etc.
1036 South Main St. - Akron, O.
"I haTO been nalnr CASCASETSmndaa
a rolld and effective l&xaUve they are simply woo
deriQL 5iy daughter and 1 were bothered with
tick stomach and oar breath was Terr bad. After
taking a few doses of Caacarets -re hare unproved
vonderf ally. They are a ereat help in tbe family."
1137 Blttenhonse St, Cincinnati. Ohio.
TRACE KIRK KtOOCTntO
Plenum. Palatable. Potent. Tatte Good. Do
Good, Merer Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 2. 50c
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
iurilm H.a.il; C.ipu., CMrar. iKtnil, X rr. 31S
ND.Tn.RIP Sold and guaranteed by alldrnf
rlU' I U'DAb dtu to Ct'ItK Tobacco Habit:
Meroier Let Down Easy at the
OOWAEDLI SHOT SAVED HIM
Attorney Was Prepared
Declared TImt." Aas N. l):mi;er of AVar
AVlth Ccnniiuy Dreyfus' Case Had Not
Coine IT UetHeeii tile Two Countries
at the Time Mercier Ordered tlie Mo
bilization or Troops Tliey Contradict
Xuch Other as to the Presence of Gen
eral lloIsdefTre Ilelng In Paris on a
Certain Date 31. CaTiagnac Asserted
His Belief That Dreyfus AA'as Guilty.
Dreyfus Expressed Surprise at the Tes
timony of the rormer Minister of AVar.
General Ziirlindcn Also Expressed the
Belief That Hreyfiis Was the Gliilty
Mau Said Certain Notes Mentioned In
the Uorrfereaii Should He Produced to
Ascertain the Truth Dreyfus Here In
terjected He Only AA'anted the Truth.
Others Appeared as Witnesses.
Rennt.!, France, Aug. lo. The shoot
ing of M. Iabori, leading counsel for
Droyfus,.re;iulted in General Mercier be
ing let down easy, Avheu on the stand,
iu the confrontation by M. Casimir
Perier, as Labori was especially pre
pared to cross-examine him and, it was
belicA'cd by t-oiue, crush him. The
wouldbo murderer apparently chose
that day for his attempt. Court ad
journed for a short time, owing to the
shootiilg, and tnen resumed. M. De
mauge. tliu ether attorney for Dreyfus,
let Mercier doAvn light, not being pre
parer lor that part ot the task.
Moreover, 31. Demange Avas deeply
affected by the attempt to assassinate
his colleague and Avas quite unable to do
31. Ca.simir-Perier declared that 3Icr
cier's story told on the Avitness stand
Saturday of the imminence of Avar be
tween Germany and France iu 1894 Avas
grossly exaggerated, and complained of
the action ot the then minister of AA'ar
(Mercier) iu moving 60,000 troops to the
frontier. Avithont consulting him.
When General Mercier Avas recalled,
in replyto th president of tho court,
he reiterati-u his belief that Major
Count Esterhazy, in spite of the hitter's
OAvn declaration, Avas not the author of
the bordereau Avhich, the Avitness
claimed, Avas Avritten on tracing paper
and Avas found in an embassy.
The president asked M- Casimir-Perier
to explain the circumstances of the
confession Dreyfus is alleged to havo
made to Caption Lebruu-Renanlt. M.
Gasimir-Peiiex persisted in his state
euc of Saturday that he had never
.-. oived any confidences of this char
acter from Captain Lebruu-Reuault.
He added that M. Dupuy, the then pre
mier, Avas present Avhen Captain Le-brun-Renault
called at the Elyssee
"Moreover,-" caid M. Porier, "here is
a letter from M. Dupuy, Avhich I ask
may be read." The letter asserted that
Renault, when question by M. Dupuy,
replied that General Mercier had sent
him to the president to receive a dress
ing down for his indiscreet disclosures
to The Figaro.
General Mercier hero interposed, say
ing: "Captain Lebruu-Renault spoke to
me in regard to the confessions in the
presence of General Gonse, Avho Avill
testify thereto. It Avas then that I or
dered him to go to tho president of the
Mercier declared he had given orders
lor moblization to General Boisduffre on
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Lost More Men Than Any Other Ohio
The annual report of the adjutant
general AA-as filed Avith the governor
Friday. Iu ii tin- most thorough re
organization of the National guard
is recommended. Speaking of tlir
part taken by Ohio in the war with
Spain, thf statement is made that
Ohio sent the first volunteer regiment
into the lield in response to the pres
The following is giA-pii as the full '
strength of the organizations from
Ohio in the war with Spain: First
O.V.T., 1352; Second O.V.I., 1334;
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THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
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tbe sixth of the mouth and the latter
could testify to orders given.
M. Catiuiir-Perier, in reply to a
question, said that before his interview
Avith the nnui.-ter on tho sixth the ques
tion of Dreyfus had never been raised
between thmu and Germany.
M. Deuiaugo asked General Mercier
why he had not included in the dossier
of 1891 the donbtfnl translation of the
telegram of agent "B" to his govern
ment, under the date of Nov. 2.
lis reply General Mercier said not one
of the translations of the telegram Avas
communicated to the judges because
there attll existed doubts iu his mind.
M. Dcmauge remarked that the text
was communicated to Saudherr as offi
cial, and therefore doubts Avere impossi
ble. M. Deiiiauge then asked that M. Pal
cologue of the foreiau office be recalled
in order to state that only a single Aver
sion of the telegram Avas given him, as
he uudirstojd General Mercier's uncer
tainty was aroused by the receipt of a
semi-oilicmi draft of the telegram.
At this point Major Oarncre, the rep
resentative or tho government, asked
that it le clearly shown that two ver
sions of the telegram Avero civen. one
official and one semi-official.
M. Dcuuiukc said that in communi
cating the ollicial text Is'ow 2, Saudherr
emphasized its official character.
Uonu-el next asked General Mercier
AVhy the explanations of tho secret dos
sier wero not included in the dossier re
lating to the revision.
The general replied that ho considered
Ihcsu explanations Avere given for his
personal use and that Avas AVhy he de
stroyed the document. At this M.
Demauge expressed a sense of astonish
meut and asked General Mercier if ho
did not Uave reasons for suppressing the
The Avitness repudiated tho suggestion.
General Billot, former minister of
M. Demauge invited General Billot
to explain the statements of MM. Bar-
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gists. Book containing valua
ble information to all, mailed
free, upon application to the
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LAKESIDE CASINO, HARRY HA WN, MANAGER.
Commencing Monday Matinee, Aug. 14
MISS LOTTIE GLADSTONE, the greatest and most artistic little
lady of the vaudeA'ille world. Her act must bo seen to be appreciated.
CLIFF DEAN and MISS JOSE, America's own tarvestists, in their satire
on societv's 400, concluding Avith their great challenge cako walk.
ABTHUB AMSDEN, the headline A-ersatile instrumentalist. F. NTBLO,
the eminent humorist. AL. C. WALTZ, in his AA'onderful feats on pedel
cycles and cycle skates.
15c car fare, round trip, admission to grounds and seat in theater.
Buy tickets of conductors. Entire change of company each week. Two per
formances daily. Afternoon and evening.
Free Band Concert Sunday, 2 f.IVI.
The new bill for week commencing: Monday, August 14, is headed by
CARLETON & TERRE
Others on tho bill are:
STONE & OOURTNEY
For a SUMMER
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No other Llns offers l'jkcorama of 1Q0 tollss of tqunl vnrMj and interest.
roar Tripi per Wtrt Betwata I
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
rZTOSIZT, "THE BOO." QlBOriTTE
L01T RITES ia Fletanioiia Bitklnis ind
lUtani. Including JBtlll and Itorthi. Approil-
Eff r Ply nl
Algbi Betffee a
Put In -Bay
mate Cttt froa Cleveland. S19.&01
roltdt, ftCSS) from Detroit, 13.JS.
Send re. for Illustrated Pamphlet. Addres,
A. A. SCHANTZ, a. p. A., DETROIT, MICH
or see Q. D. Honodle, Tkt Agt, Onion
Third O.V.I., 1835: Fourth O.V.I..
IKtS: Fifth O.V.I., 135(1; Sixth O.V.I..
131S; SeA-enth O.V.I., 1353; Eighth
O.V.I.. 1337: Ninth battalion. 447;
Tenth O.V.I.. 13215; First O.V.L.A..
727; First O.V.C., S49; Second lS.
V.E.. '-'73; O.V.U.S.X.C.. 4(il; lS.
V.S.C., 50; four .-ompauies -U.S.V.
immunes. 424; total commissioned
officers, 501 ; total enlisted men, 11.
Soo: grand total, 15,35-1.
The deaths Avero as follows: First
regiment. 10 men: Second. 14 ine.i:
Third, 2 officers and 8 men: Fourth,
1'iS men; Fifth, 20 men; Sixth. '21
men; SeA-enth, 1 officer and 7 men;
Kighth, 4 officers and r8 men; sinth
battalion. 5 men; Tenth, 2:1 men;
First artillery. 13 men; First cav
alry, 8 men. Total. S officers and 223
thon and Poiucare, former ministers,
that the general Avas once so doubtful
of the guilt or Dreyfus that he did not
sleep for several nights.
General Billot acknowledged the
statements Avero true.
AusAveriug questions of counsel, the
general said Colonel Picnuart's revela
tions produced doubts in his mind, but,
ho added, all the same his conviction of
the guilt of Dreyfus remained un
changed. There Avas a groat sensation Avhen M.
DjmiUEe mentioned the opinion ex
prcssed by M. Barthou that General
Billot nan Deeu ioreAvarued m regaru
to the forgery of Lieutenant Colouei
Henry. The general acknowledged
that the Henry lorgery was among the
factors arousing his doubts.
M. CaA-aiguac, former minister ot
war, Avas the next Avitness called. lie
declared his belief that Dreyfus av.is
Coutiuuing. the witness said that
among the principal points upon Avhiuh
he based his convictions Avas the con
fessiun to Captain. Lobrun-Kenault iu
rcinport of which contention ho quoted
a passage from an alleged letter of
Dreyfus, but Avhich in reality Avas part
of General Gouze's roport of the minis
ter ot war on Colonel Du Paty do Clam's
report of the alleged confession.
But, he asserted, he Avas convinced of
the guilt of Dreyfus because his accusers
Avere so entirely iu agreement in their
Tho Avitness also said he found addi
tional proofs of the prisoner's guilt in
the technical character ot" tho bordereau
and of the bordereau idone, and estab
lished the fact that treason had ema
nated from the bureau of the general
staff-and from an officer Avho Avas able
to secure all information desired.
According to M. Cavaignac, even in
his attempts to hide his criuio the ac
cused had allowed words to escape him
which indisputably established his
guilt. Evervthing, according to this
Avitne.-s, condemned Dreyfus.
Is to love children, and no
home can be completely hap
py without them, yet the
ordeal through which the
expectant mother must pass
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TtfTthi, 7Se., 1. &tat-rMia, $1.75.
Connections are made at Cleveland with
Earliest Trains for ail points Et. South
and Southwest, and at Detroit for all poLuls
Keith and Northwest.
finodsy Trf pa Jane, Jo!j lcat,
September an UHibn Cnlr.
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A thing that stands high in the es
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especially recommended by Ohio
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tton more than if our own people did
not praise the article. Such a thing
is going on right here in this State
everv day, people are praisinsr Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids because they cure.
There is no deception, no humbug,
they do positively cure, and Ave fur
nish tho evidence.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Remby, 534 Short
street, Cambridge, Ohio, says: "Our
four-year-old son AA-as troubled Avith
weak kidneys all his life, and Ave
were never able to get anything that
would cure him until we heard about
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, and they have
completely cured him of his trouble.
Mr. Remby was also cured of kidney
disorder by the use of Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
iu a very short time"
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yelloAv tablets and sell at 50 cts.
a box at all drug stores and at John
Lamparter & Co's drug store.
Mailed on receipt ofprice. Manu
factured by John Morrow ife Co.,
chemists. Springfield, O.
It v;is impossible, according to SI.
Cavuifcuac, to crudit thatKsterhazy was
a traitor, oven admitting the bordereau
wa-i "written by him. Esterhazy, ho in-
nisttd, could only have acted as the in
termediary of an accomplice. The in
quiry of tho court of cassation proved
treason was really committed, and he,
M. Caviuac, had not based his convic
tion of the culpability of Dreyfus solely
on the handwriting of tho borderean.
In the secret dossier, he pointed out,
there wero many elements for con
viction. Although foreigners denied relations
with Dreyfus, tne latter might not have
had direct relations with him.
At one poiut Colonel Jonaust'asked:
"Wnat do you think of the Henry
forgery in relation to tne facts now oc
cupying our attention?"
-The rienry forgery," replied M.
Cavaignac, "as alleged, was iu order to
secure a revision of the case by tlie court
of cassation and was not oven alluded
to. This forgery, therefore, should re
main ontside tne ;ope of the questions
submitted to his conrtmartial. That is
He reiterated a statement that Gen
eral Boisdeli'rc was absent from Paris
J'nrthor along Colonel Jouaust told
Dreyfus to rise and asked him if he had
anyrcwiarks to make upon the evidence.
l'he prisoner, who during JI. Cavaig
uac'sair.iJgiinient of him had seemed
nervous and agitated, replied in a low
I am astounded that the man who
produced in the tribunal of the chamber
tne Hi.'in-v forgery can come here and
bate his convictions of my culpability
on matters which the court of cassation
has already disposed of." Great sensa
tion. General Zurliuden, former minister
of war, was the next witness.
Ho declared that he still regarded the
bordereau as being decisive proof of the
guilt of Dreyfns.
General Zurliuden traversed tho old
ground and declared that nothing, not
even Esterhazy's confession, had oc
curred to change his conviction. The
proiocntion oi Dreyfns, the witness as
serted, was quite nuforesocuaud, there
fore, tho idea of machinations was un
tenable. lU. Deniange suggested that if Colonel
tfabre had not thought of examining
the baud writing of the probationers tlie
bordereau would havo then been buried
in the archives of tho minister of war,
"and," he remarked, "if this is the
case it must be evident there was noth
ing in tne borderean which indicated
General Zurliuden, in a troubled voice,
itckuowledgcd this fact conclusively and
tried to explain. JI. Demauge, how
ever, got General Zurlinden to admit it
was until after the condemnation that
tho study of the bordereau seemed to
indicate that it was the work of a pro
bationer. Iu repiy to further questions, General
Zurlinden said, that in order to know the.
whole truth in regard to the bordereau
they muit have the four notes threin
mentioned. They must be secured.
At this point Dreyfus interjected:
"I associate myself with those words,
my colonel. I also desire the truth. I
I only ask for the truth.
General Chanoiue next testified. He
Should Weigh This Question
and Profit By An Akron
Success iu business is often handi
capped. A man may havo plenty of capital.
May havo energy in abundance.
JIny know his business well.
All still success comes slowly.
It's a case of too great a burden.
Tho back can't carry it all.
A lame or aching back is a handi
cap. Drive the ache away and make
work a pleasure.
Learn what backache moans.
Learn that the headache is kidney
Learn how to shake it oil.
Road how an Akron citizen did it.
Mr. Henry Willi, of 40S West.
Thornton street, grocer at corner of
South -Main and Cross streets, says:
"I suffered from an enervating back
ache which was accompanied by
weariness and depression and an in
clination to rise frequently during
the night. I had more or less dull
headaches and walking or climbing
exhausted me. Procuring Doan's
Kidney Tills from Lmnpiirter & Co's
drug store I found their use effective
in removing tin; symptoms from
which 1 suffered. Thoy acted
promptly and I was much pleased
with the' result of their use. They
made 1110 sleep better for previously
1 tvns troubled with nervous restless
ness. As a remedy for backache or
indisposition from kidney derange
ment I have no hesitancy in recom
monding Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all denlers; price 50
cents. JInilcd by Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, K. V. Solo agents for
tho U. S. jReinoiuber tho usine
Doan's and take no outlier,
nneny affirmed his belief in the culpa
bility of the prisoner.
JI. Hauotaux tho former minister of
foreign affairs, also tetined.
He denied the allegation that ho had
told JI. Jlouod that ho believed Dreyfus
was guilty. He was astounded at JI.
Jlonod's statement, but the latter was
evidently hazy, as he had given three
versions of the conversation.
JI. Demauge inquired whether JI.
Hauotaux was aware of the uncertain
ties connected with the translation of
the telogram dated Xov. 2, 1S'J4.
M. llanotaux replied that uncertainty
was the rule in such cases. He was
only awaro of the one drawn up iu tho
foreign oMice. which alone was commu
nicated to she war minister.
The conrtmartial was adjourned to
PILAK'S MEN 1VWGD
Force of About 500 Encountered
by U. S. Troops.
ONE AMERICAN WAS KILLED.
Rebel. fSellcvect to Have Intended to Tear
Up tlie K till road More Men to Guard
the Tracks General Wheat oil's Troop
Defeated Small Force.
Manila, Aug. I."!. (8:30 a. m.) A
force of United States troops from
Quingna, four miles northeast of Jla
lolos and from Baliuag, near Bnstos,
about six miles northeast of Quingua,
encountered a body of iusnrgents. esti
mated at about 50??, half way between
Bustos and Quingua. In the engage
ment that eiiMie.l tho Filipinos wero
severely punished and scattered. The
Americans lost one man killed.
The insurgent force is believed to
havo been uudor the command of Gen
eral Pio del Pilar, and to have had in
Tiew tearing up the railway at Bocavo
and Bigaa. about three miles northeast
A battalion of the Twenty-'lirst in
fantry will be sent to those points this
afternoon to strengthen the railroad
guard and to recounoiter the country in
the direction of Norzagaray and on the
General Wheatou, with the troops at
Calulut, made u reconnoissauco on
Angeles, about four miles to the north
west, where he found 500 of the enemy.
He silenced their lire and then returned
Washington". Aug. 15. General Otis
reported the following deaths iu his
Drowned July 20, Patrick Duffy,
corporal, Company H, Twenty-first in
fantry: William Stafford, H. Twenty
first infantry; Aug. 7, Albert Peruitski,
a, Twenty-first infantry.
Dysentery Ang. (5, Thomas Jlalouoy,
E, Seventeenth infantry; Aug. 8, Wal
ter E". Hutchiugsou. A, Fifty-first Iowa;
Frederick S. Baley, B, Twelfth in
fantry. Typhoid fever Ang. 1, William
Kuuuig, B, Sixth infantry; 8, Itodnoy
Chirk, B, Fifty-first Iowa; 11, Frank J.
Halfoy, E, Twelfth infantry.
Arterial sclerosis Aug. 0, Joseph
Walker, JI, Fourth cavalry.
Emauyca Alviu E. Elder, corporal,
G, Third infantry.
Erysipelas Gilbert Smith, E, Twenty-fourth
Entritis Aug. !), Emil Jessiam, K,
From wounds in action Aug. 11,
Nicholas Nolan, D, seventeenth infan
try. The following deaths were reported
to the war department from Ponce,
Corporal Andrew Peterbon, Eleventh
infantry, Company F, intestinal com
plaints, Aug. 10; Charles W. Wheat
ley, Eleventh iufautry, Company G,
typhoid fever, Aug. 11.
Additional casualties, killed Sixth
infantry, at Bebon, Negros, July 19,
Company K, David S. Anderson, July
30, K", Tiucent Segar, near San Isadro,
Negros; John Heichener, Twenty-third
infantry, near Pardo, Cebu, July 24, K,
Robert H. Mooro; Seventeenth infantry,
near San Fernando. Luzon, Aug. U, I),
Corporal Saiunel T. Bollinger; Ninth
infantry. D, Corporal George S. Wells;
H, Charles J. Levier, Jr.; Fourth infan
try, near Novaleta, 11th, I, FranK
Lainpinan: Twenty-second infantry,
near San Lucas, 12th, D, Via W. Cox;
Twenty-first infantry, near JIariquina,
B, Walling Collins; G, John A. Bren
nau; Twenty-fourth inlautry, E, James
Noid; Fourth cavalry, B, Sergeants
James Robinson, and F, Nick Sebilus.
Wounded Twenty-first infantry, at
Oalamba, July 30, C, Corporal Alex
Foster, chest, severe; Fifty-first Iowa,
near San Fernando, Aug. li, M, Harry
P. Brenholt?, leg, severe; Twenty-first
infantry, near Jliariquma, Aug. IS-, 'Sec
ond Lieutenant Marion M. Weeks, ab
domen, moderate; E, Corporal Louis
Blood, thigh, moderate; B, First Ser
geant George T. Rollins, arm, severe;
Charles Walliugton, leg, severe; G,
James J. Caualy, thigh, moderate;
Frank D. Vcudle, arm, slight; E, Georsc
W. Howard, thigh, severe; Twenty-
fourth infantry, E, Samuel Webster,
chest, severe; Clarence Rucker, forearm,
moderate; G, John Cecil, thigh, slight;
Corporal Willis Howe, thigh, moderate;
Fourth cavalry, B, Charles Jabelman,
arm, moderate. Otis.
AUSTRIANS WERE VERY FRIENDLY.
Dewey Wrote to the Nainl Department
of Their Coriliul Treatment.
Washington-, Aug. 15. The navy de
partment received the following letter
from Admiral Diwoy:
Uxited Statu Flagship Ovmmx, 1
TmisTE. Austria, Ang. 1. J
Silt Lravinir Trieste today.I desire to bring'
to the attention of the department the uni
form courtesy and kindly feeling shown not
only to me Imt lo the ship and its whole iht
sonnel, as representing our country, by the
ulHcidli and people of Trieste and Austria.
The Au-trian minister of marina arrived
from Vienna lo welcome us oftleially and re
mained several days awaitine us, but was
obliged by his duties to return lefore our arrival-
Tlie naval, military and civil olnVial
stationed hen- have U-f n most cordial.
The pt-jple alo have exhibited, a mo-.t
friendly fivlinir toward our nation, and have
visited "the ship in largo numbers. It is esti
mated that 10.0JJ people attended the funeral
of Kask, an electriciau who died in the hos
pital, and they showed many marks of sym
pathy. Naval Constructor Capps. who visited the
dockyard at Pola, was shown every eourtesv
thero nuil also at the naval and private ship
yards of Trieste.
I havo the hoiinr to be, very respectfully.
(SiRiusl ) limiHCK Unwcr,
Admiral IT. S. Xavy.
Iet met le rlre at Ilerea.
Cleveland, Aug. 15. A tiro
stroyed a largo part of the business sec
tion of Hoi'fii. a village M miles south
west of litis city. Twenty-one buMuoss
places wer burned. They were mainly
two-story frame ' structures. The Arc
started from an explosion of gasoline in
a bicycle repair shop and, as a high
wiud was blowing, the flames spread
with great rapidity. An engine was
tuKen from this city on a special train
aud the lire Was got under control.
The loss will amount to $100,000, vitb
Vomen get used to being sick. They
come to consider luck-ache, head-ache,
side-actte, dragging, dreary, bearing
down feeling, hot flashes and nervous
irritability as a part and parcel of their
womanhood. They get used to being
half dead all the time. They forget that
they ever y.-ere anything else.. If they
don't have to go to beil and 'stay there
they don't try to get well.
Nine -tenths of all the sickness of
women is due to some derangement or
disease of the organs distinctly feminine.
All Mich sickness can be cured is cured
every day by
f Makes Weak Women Strong,
And Sick Women Well.
It acts directly on tlie organs affected
and is at the same time a general tonic
for the whole system. It cures female
complaint right in the privacy of home.
It makes unnecessary the disagreeable
questioning, examinations and local
treatment so universally insisted npon
by doctors,- and so abhorrent to every
J. S. Everritt. of IlaRcrnian. Washington Co..
Florida, writes: " For five years mywife was ia
an almost helpless condition? suffering from
tema'.c weaklier.. I,a.-.t September I decided to
try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
Ins Favorite Prescription." I am now a happy
man. wlierea- I thought for four vears that "I
would lie left in thi.- unfriendly world without a
companion. Dr. Iierce's medicines are trulv
worth a thousand times the money they cost
and every suffering woman in the world should
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main St.
First stairway north of the L0.0.F.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
for funerals, weddings, parties and
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Exchange and Water Streets.
Catawba fuie. fatswhs A. Port,
Sweet. Ives Seedling-...
Alway oa hand. All crusrs promjUy llllei.
Special gttenlitfn giv,:n to all mail orfcrs.
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Eeily'; Uland, 0.
The Ritchie Coal Co. is
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for the next IK) clays. Prices down.
RITCHIE COAL CO.
Tel. 556. 1 10 AV. Market st.
&,- O. EL.LIS
a0, 8 moving vans, general
Srf fOS a 9 tenmlne nnd trans-
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3 stable. Porapt service, popular prices, j
v uuice corner uan&i ana vinerry streets.
Btacie ziu unerry street.
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Coal, transfer and general teaming,
M mover 111c cuucuo uir mucrau,
a weddings, dances, moving Tans,
S wagonettes, band wagons.
g 106 Lincoln St., Tel. 564.
J. K. WILLIAMS
5VSs2Gh! no Shop
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working Machinery for
Sionewitre a Specially.
Manufacturer of all kindsof brushes.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 S. MAIN ST. AKKOX, O.
THE BANK GAFE,
The Finest Restaurant In Akron.
tfEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FT5E IMPORTED AUD DOMESTIC
VL'ot Coods c Cigars
Under Central Savings Bank,
3---tr KOERBER, Prop
125 North High street
Best of Accommodations
Hoard by day or week.
Seashore Excursion Aug. 10.
Via C. A. & C. and Pennsylvania
lilies, $13.50 Atlantic City, 2. J., and
return. Tickets good 15 days. See
C. I). Honodle, Ticket Agt., Union
$19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return,
Including meals and berths. For
further information enquire of C.D.
Honodlo, Union depoU Tol.42. '
Niagara and Chautauqua.
Onlv $3.00 via Krio H. IX. Special
train leaves Akron, O., Tuesday.
Aug. 15. at $:44 p.m., arrives Niagara
Kails at ( o clock a.m. rso ciiange oi
cars. 11 you want, sieoper secure it
earlv of W. E. Langdon, agent.
$3.00 Niagaria Falls Return $3.00
Via Erie K. K. Ang. 15, at S.44 p.m.
JCo change of cars, tickets good five
days with stop at Chautauqua on r
turut nit lor tne irie
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