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ajrrMggfMtJBMPgfiJi i r BttrtWsartVSiWkr- Ribbons RiDDons I We dosed out a first-!; " class lot of !; 1 1 1 HIS I At a price and placed them on our counters at a small margin of profit. 5c All silk plaid ribbons and stripeF. 7o Fancy Iwir ribbons, also suitable for neck wear, "in plaids and stripes. 9c A lot of the best dark pla'id rib bons, all silk, regular 12Jc grade. IQg All silk stripped ribbons, four inches -wide, regular 19c grade. 17c All silk taffeta ribbons, will stand washing, in all colors. 19c Fancy corded ribbons in latest colorings, same as you pay 25c for. 25c All colors of pure silk taffetta ribbons, fast colors, best make, would be cheap at 30c. 150-152 South' Howard St. Y! WE LOAN IT ON EASY PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND YOURSELF OUT WE WILL LOAN YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL SUIT YOU LOANS MADE ON HALF HOUR'S NOTICE. WE will mnke lonns "from $5 to $1,000 on Watches, Diamonds, Household Goods, Pianos, Organs. Horses, Wagons, Carriages, Store and Officii Fixtures, Merchandise, Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building Associa tion Books, Insurance Policies, Rents, Con tracts, WITliUUT ANY 1-UiJLilUlTY WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION. Elegant Private Offices. I '! Natnan ivn. Boric, 193 South Howard St.. gESS4 Phone 1522 and 812. Open evenings. Have ftSo'ved L. G. and J. M. THORP 414 EAST MARKET STREET Hnve opened a suit of Dental Parlors at the above address, over Clarke's grocery, and nre again prepared to execute their most excellent work In dentistry, using the latest and most approved methods. The itandird bearers ol 33 yenrs lit Akron is a guarantee of the quality of their work. 'Tis now 414 East Market st. .fWWWWWAVIVVMWW COS To Order, Reasonable. Bicycles at Cost to Close Out The Fair Foster Bros. We Sell Cheap vwwwwwwwvwwy ET2 & American Laundry An easy winner because we lead in first class work. Try us and you will stay with us. 405 E. Exchange st. Tel. 729 Just Received From thu east a carload of -ALSO- I ncrare Frames FRESH GROCERIES Of all kinds. Trices very close, 12 lbs. granulated sugar $1. Arbuckle'e Iilbh and Ax coffefr 10c lb. "The Best" flour $1 per sack. CALL Aim SEE US. J. C Herbruok 186 S. Howard Street. ENDORSEMENT. Continued From First Page. presented. He declined to accept the nomination. The chair appointed Messrs. Myers, Homer and Swinehart as tellers. The first ballot resulted, Young 83. Humphrey 36, Poulsou 8. Walsh 6. Mayor Young declared that there was no nomination and delegates were ordered to prepare their ballots again. I. H. Phelps Nominated. Samuel G. Rogers presented the name of I. H. Phelps. Mr. Phelps declined the nomination stating that he was sorry that the nomination of Mr. T. F. Walsh had not remained. But the convention would not per mit his withdrawal. The result of the second ballot was as follows: Phelps, 114; Humphrey, 2; Walsh, 9; Polsom, 4. Nominations For County Clerk. Nominations for county clerk fol lowed: J.V.Welsh presented Wm. A. Durand of the Fourth ward ; J. R. Rosemond of Cuyahoga Falls, presented the name of Dr. D. E. Gallager of Northfleld. W. A. Durand Nominated. Mr. Durand was nominated, re ceiving 112 votes, Gallagher 11. Dr. GaUaghermade the nomination un animous. County Commissioner. For county commissioner the names of W. E. Burke of Coventry, J. R. Davi6 of Norton, Wise of Springfield, Kepler of Coventry, Geo. A. Huston J. D. Breitenstine of Franklin. The first ballot stood: Burke 17, Davis 13, Wise 32, Kepler 10, Breit enstine 61. Necessary to choice 67. Brietenstine Nominated. Second ballot Breitenstine 70, Wise 34, Burke 9, Davis 12, Kepler 7. Mr. Breitenstine was declared the nominee. On motion of Candidate Whse nomination was made unani mous. County Recorder. Judge C. R. Grant presented the name of Michael Reilly of the Third ward for Recorder. John L. Shunk seconded the nomination on behalf of the Populist wing of the party. Other candidates named were: Capt, J. H. Burt, Fourth ward; R. B. Halter, Fifth ward, E. E. Stine of Stowe. The first ballot stood : Burt 415, Reilly 49. Halter 2, Stein 38. No choice. The second ballot resulted: Stein 40, Burt 42, Reilly 50. No nomina tion. Delegates. Delegates elected to the state con vention were : W. T. Sawyer, H. E. Andress, W. E. Young, C. C. Benner, T. F. Walsh, J. A. Wintrode, A. A. Hal ter, Charles H. Isbell, William WilJ liams, E. M. Young, L. H. Amer, S. G. Rogers and E. L. Fillius. FATAL Injuries Suffered by an Erie Brakeman. Fell From Train Near Barberton Was Not Missed. Saturday morning, about 8 o'clock, John Franks of Galion, a brakeman on No. 82 east bound Erie freight, fell off a car while the train was passing through Barberton and sus tained injuries from which it is thought he cannot recover. No one on the train saw the brake man fall, and he was not missed for quite a while. The train following, about a quarter of an hour later, picked the injured man'up and took him to tho Barberton station where physicians were called. When pas senger train No. 12 arrived at Bar berton 1h was placed on tins cars and brought ( Akron. Parks' am bulance was in waiting at the-i.-ition and took him to the city hospital. Besides injuries about the head, Franks is also bruised badly about the body, and it is feared t tint lie is injured internally. He has been unconscious for some time, and little can be learned rela tive to his family relations. He was a new man on the road, having worked but a few days, and was a stranger to the crews. Hcisagtd about i50 years. ADMIEAL WATSON ILL. tTeart Trouble Produced by the Shock From an Acrident to 1IU Launch . Wlillw on a Crutge. Washington-, Aug. 26. The Army and Navy Regisrer, in its issue todayr saiu that recent letters fromManila say that July 1 1 Admiral Watson started in his launch for a trip up river. A strong wind was blowing and as the launch went under .i I r.dge the strong current, aided by the wind, set against the little boat and she was taken out of her course and thrown against a liawsor from a sailing vessel. This ropo carried away the awning and, striking the smokestack, took that also. Admiral Watson showed no conscious appearance ot haviug been startled ex cessively. Later, howover, in fact be fore his return to tho flagship, serious heart trouble developed and, in conse quence, ho was regarded as extremely ul up to the date of the letters of the 17th. No one but his physician was al lowed access to him, and all business of the fleet was forbidden. It was honed, however, that the enforced quiet might restore him to his previous health. SOLICITORS For Akron's Street Fair and Carnival Meeting With Success Everybody Want to Assist In Enterprise. As the time for holding the big event draws nearer, the interest in the Akron Street fair and carvinal becomes more intense. That which is now uppermost in the thoughts of Akron's citizens is the magnitude of the fair and how each individual may contribute something toward the success of the whole. The peo ple have been awakened to the com prehensive cearacter of the bigshow, and the merriest and pleasantest an ticipations are being entertained bv all. The solicitors who are approach ing the citizens in the interests of the fair are pleased with the treat ment accorded them. There eems to be aconcentrated and co-operative feeling among all the business men to meet every requirement necessary to the conducting of the great enter prise. The booth space is being sold rap idly and those who have not yet completed arrangements for such space will do so in a very few days. The unique and attractive Indian pavilions will no doubt be prominent features of beauty during the week. Located at various convenient and conspicuous places about the. streets, tho several bands that will play dur ing fair week will fill every moment with music of the best and most har monious. Everything connected with the arrangement for the fair is fieing pushed vigorously and success is as sured. TWO CHARGES. Griffin Pleaded Not Guilty Police Court Cases. A. F. GrifHn, charged with point ing fire arms at W. Henry Jackson and intoxication, plead not guilty to both charges in police court Satur day. The cases were set for next Friday. Mary Ann Ryan, aged about 40 years, was picked up on Howard st. by Officer Geo. Veou at , o'clock Friday afternoon. She is insane and was taken to the city prison. Chief of Police Harrison communicated with the Newburg asylum author ities this morning but could not learn definitely whether or not she had escaped from there. Harry Walker was fined $2 and costs for intoxication, and Ed. El lenwood received $5 and costs. John Brannan pleaded not guilty to the same charge and his case was con tinued until September 5. Henrietta Eackelbary, 232 Furnace st., was arrested on a charge of dis orderly conduct at the instigation of Geo. S. Fletcher. A demurrer was filed to quash the affidavit, Mayor Young will pass on it September . MEETING MONDAY To Decide on Improvements on the A. & C. F. R. T. Co.'s Line. J. Wainwright, of New York, vice president of the A. & C. F. R. T. company, is attending the reunion of the Atlantic and Great Western rail road employes, being held at Ran dolph park to-day. Mr. Wainwright was formerly chief engineer on the old road. The main object of Mr. Waiu wright's visit here is to be present at a meeting of the directors of A. & C. F. R. T. Co. to be held Monday, to determine on sonic important changes on the line. It is under stood that many improvement are to be made soon. . Takes a sure grip on dirt and removes it quickly. Can be used with hard or soft water. Guaranteed to be abso lutely free from anything injurious to the finest fabric. One bar does a large amount of work. Does not contain rosin; no explosive ingredients are used in this soap, and no fear of danger in boiling your clothes; "Do not boil" is a claim made by others; you can boil, bake and burn our soap have no fear of explosion. Aq Ar-e Showing -fcB-io. FINEST CALIFORNIA FRUITS Ever brought to this city. Sole agents for Pure Italian Olive Oil fiom Lucca, Tuscana. Ice Cream wholesale and retail. It is noted as being the BEST MADE In the city. Special prices quoted for lawn fetes, festivals and picnics.. Try it and you will buy no other. In our Soda Water we use puro fruit flavors. A. IVI iroo. 0 1 II (1 0 Ml $600 Conover Piano, used eight months $10 per month. $300 $500 Conover Piano, rented six months $10 per month. $275 $300 Kings bury Piano, has been rented . . $215 per month. $300 Kings bury Piano, used 8 months $6 per month. $175 $265 Used Wellington Piano . . . $5 per month. $169 $265 Used Wellington Piano . $5 per month. $168 $375 Cable for. Used eight months. $7 per month. $250 $125 Square & Piano fGoodd condition. - $1 per mouth. $T5 $100 Square Piano $1 per month. $ro $100 6 octave Kimball organ, nice glass $o per month. 55 $?5 A. Organ 1$. Chase $50 $3 per month. p( -5 (i octavo Estey $3 per mouth. $45 10 Melopeans and Melodeons $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $6, $7 $8, $9 $10 for choice. f 220 South Main st. &$& $&5'ixSSMj$SS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Robert Young of lia Halslead st., who is ill with typhoid fever, was removed to the hospital Friday in J'arks' ambu lance. 2131 and 215 Mill St. CAUGHT AGAIN. Reynolds Wanted In'Lima Arrested In Cleveland. W. H. Reynolds of Akron, was arrested Friday in Cleveland, by Sheriff Frank G. Kelly. He wa6 brought to Akron last night and then taken to Lima, where he was turned over to Sheriil E. A. Bogart of Allen county, where he was wanted for perjury. Sheriff Kelly arrested Reynolds on a street car. It will be remem bered that Reynolds was arrested in Akron a month ago by Sheriff Bogartof Lima, and escaped while the sheriff was buying a ticket. He then went to Cleveland and got a job as conductor on the Big Consoli dated railroad. It is said, Reynolds Is wanted in Pennsylvania, for the alleged em bezzlement of $600. LATE PERSONALS. Miss Minnie Haasler is in Cleve land on a short visit. Dr. Bell of Bloomfield is visiting with Dr. W. C. Ramsey. F. O. Newcomb has gone to Mid- dlefleld to spend his vacation. Mr. Elbert E. Waters of Medina, is visiting in the city for a few days. Samuel Findley has returned from Carrolton, where he attended the teachers Institute. Miss Fannie Beery of Columbus is the guest of her brother, C. F. Beery of 506 WesfMarket st. Mrs. S. Sundberg of Chicago has concluded a visit with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Snyder, 111 Aqueduct st. Geo. C. Berry has returned from a four days' stay in Chicago, where he attended the National Congress of Fraternal Orders. Rev. W. F. Crispin 'is to preach for Rev. A. B. Strong, Norjh Spring field to-morrow mornng. He will speak on "The Drink Evil," at such time and place as Mr. Strong may arrange. Mrs U. Rentschler started this week for Fargo, N. D., to visit her son and family and also her daughter Carrie. She was accompanied by Miss Amelia Luger, who has been her guest in his city for the past three weeks. At Randolph. The program for the Sunday after noon concert at Randolph park is as follows: March, "Watervillo;" overature, Pique danco; Selection from Ernani ; Brass quartette, "Rock a Bye Baby and Sweet and Low;" Ball Room Whispers," 'La Cinquaintaine (air 100 years ago;) Anvil Chorus by Prof. Putt; intermission: Overature, Ainericus;" Trombone solo played by Clyde Campbell, Werner's Part ing Song; American Patrol; Princess de Trebizonde; Intermezzo from Little Minister; March dedicated to Gen. Miles. Notice. All persons who are holders or in surance policies written at this agency and who contemplate using natural gas nre requested to bring said policies to our oftice for the pur pose of having natural gas permits attached to same, as" a Are without said permit attached to policy might invalidate same. No charge for per m it. The Wilcox-Bruner Co. S-Se G-'s Specials For week ending Saturday, Sept. 2nd o i 12 lbs. granulated sugar and 1 lb. any 50c tea for $ 1.00. 5 Two 25c fancy brooms for 45c. One lb. shredded cocoanut 13c, 5 two lbs for 25c. We are headquarters for Battle J Creek sanatorium health and nut foods, fresh from tho factory. Pickling Spices Mixed spices, por lb. 20c. Tumeric, per lb. I50c. Mustard seeds, per lb. 20c. Coriander seed, per lb. 20c. Cloves, per lb. 20c. AH spice, per lb. 20c. Whole cinnamon, per lb. 80V. Itaviland china cups and snu- seers and plates, perfect goods. Von choice of either KKKK with 1 lb. Star baking powder, 45c per pound, guaianteed. 2 Kolio's of advertising could not mrtl-f' Star baking powder any S bettor but would add to the price. i w mt I64S. Howard s-fc. Telephone 526 Electric coffee roasters and trindcrs. NATURAL' GAS In Stoves Heaters and Furnaces, and for Lighting ENGELHART & ECKART Plumbers, IH&ft1."8" Names and Addresses Select lihl of fanners in Summit uud adjoining counties now ready JACKSON THE PRINTER Get Our Prices Main and Market sts. Everett ButldtuRr Order File Never Emrty. Telephone 241 SPECIAL NOTICE Rich, The Horseshoer Tel. 832. TILT WITH ATKINSON. Congressman Shattuc Declined His Literature. 3AIO THAT HE WAS XO T1UIT0IL II Return the Antl-Iraperlalistlo Bos tonlan Threatened to Defeat the Cin cinnati Man For Ite-KIectlon latter Advheil Him to Start III Fight Early. CtscisxATi, Aug. 20. The following correspondence between Edward Atkin son of Boston, the anti-expansionist leader, and Congressman "W. B. Shat tuc of Cincinnati explains itself: Boston-, Aug. 15. Hon. W. B. Sh.ittuc. 3L (J, Madisonvillo, O.: Deak Sip. A copy of the Anti-Im-perialUt returned to mo with this en dorsement: "Respectfully returned. Takfr my name off your lit. I am no traitor to my country," has been re ceived. I am very glad to have the informa tion that yon are not a traitor. Had yon been I should havo taken your name oti' the list of members of congress, to all of whom my( pamphlets iu support of Senator Iloai and others arc sent. 1 may add that since we may assmuo that you do not support the opponents of criminal aggression, our effort to take your name off the list of tho members of congress .it the next election will be fully justiliud. In the iuterval yon m.iy receive other copies of documents simi lar to that which you havo returned be cause I cannot af present expurgate my mailing list. Yours very truly, (Siguen) Edward Atkixsox. Cincinnati, Aug. 2o. Edv.trd Atliiusun. K-tti., Boston: Deak Sik I have received your let ter of the 15th iust. and beg to tell you that I would not even for the nomina tion to congress, support those guilty of criminal aggression against the govern ment (as you are gniltyof). Your in timation that you may be able to have my name taken off the list of the mem bers of the next congress becau.-e I de cline to receive your treasonable docu ments, is another evidence of your monumental gall and egotism. You would succeed in your effort about as well us you did in getting your criminal literature iu the hands of Aguinaldo and his followers. You knew what you were doing when you tried to get the trash in the rebels' hands. Your purpose was to give the rebels encouragement, to embarrass the gov ernment of the United States and to in duce the rebels to hold out until, per haps, you could try j-onr luck iu haviug ihc names of tho loyal congressmen taken off tho list at the next election. Not a precinct iu tho First Ohio con gressional district would elect you or one of your kind as a delegate to a con entiou to nominate a director for the connty poor house. Tho citizens of this district are loyal, patriotic peoplo and I am sure they are not in sympathy with those who are doing all they can to em barrass President McKiuley and the government in the effort to restore or der and suppress the rebellion iu the Philippines. When that is accomplished it will be time to determine what form of government shall be etablisned in tliose islands. Our peoplo applaud tlio speech made by our president recently when he said, speaking of our flag, "it is the flag of the free, tho hope of tho oppressed, anil wiierever it is assailed, at any sjcrilico it will be carried to triumphant peace." That is the kind of tale onr people like here. For fear tnut you will forger, it, let me suggest that you make a memoran dum tnat the nomination for congress in the JMrst Ohio district will be made about September, I'.iOO. It will be neces sary for you, to secure the results you desire, to t'omiueiicnjrour work a little before that tune the earlier the better for I am assured that j-our friend, Aguinaldo, will cease to exist as a mili tary chief lam long before that date. Very respectfully. V. B. Shattuc, M. O. A COLORED EEGIMENT. The AiliiiliiMrutlim lieiu;? Urged tit Or xunize One I'r .nlre Jti the 1'hilippIm'K. WA.-H!.virov, Aur. 20. Great pres sure has been hrought to hear on the administration to organize a colored regiment for servico iu tho Philippines. The matter is still under consideration by Secretary Root, no decision having been reached. It is understood that if such a regiment is organized it will be officered by colored men. It is reported that William P. Durnll. captain First artillery, regulars, and nontenant colonel of tho Twenty-sixth volunteers, will lo niado colonel of tlm regiment if it is decided to raise the or ganization. It is also said that the lieu tenant colonel and other iield officers will bo taken from the regular army, but that tho company officers will be colored men. WASirtsoTON', Aug. at!. Naval offi cials state that tho reported proposition from tho Oloveland and Toledo naval resorves to send men to tho Philippines oannot be accoptod by tho navy unlesa they enlisted in the usual way. nrrwlMli-iniii i - inr -1 i - n mm p iilwh. - Competition cannot prevent me meeting tiie prices thev are making, no matter what the reason is. HERE ARE THE CUT PRICES I ANNOUNCE : Beginning Monday, Aug. 28th I will put on FOUR NEW SHOES, Nos. 1, 2, 8 and 4's for $I.OO CASH Nos. 5, 6, and 7 for JJ.o Hand-made and special designed shoes at prices reduced in proportion. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Also agent for the A". & b. Rubber Shoe. llianking all my patrons for their liberal patronage in the past, 1 hope they will not fail to take advantage of this cut and receive the usual Pirst-Class AforW 4-lf South Main Street. I SPECSAL SALE 1 DRY GOODS The new firm of DOWNER & EDWARDS successors to C00NS & CO., 166 South Main st, are closing out their stock of DRY GOODS at ONE-HALF the original price. There are many desirable goods still in stock. Don't miss the chance hut Come Tfriis Evening itwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwn What Does Your Pocketbook Say? Does it counsel prudence, economy in CLOTHING BUYING? A hint or two, for its good common sense to order your Suit, Overcoat, Fancy Vest and Trousers Here. The offerings are in weights to repel summer's torpidity or to ward off the stealthy chill that comes with golden fall. Every man's taste perfeotly satisfied at THE LOWEST PlilCES of the season. Fall goods are coming in. M. A. BORK MERCHANT TAILOR. 2 1 9 South Howard'st. Lamparter & Pfeiffer' Block opp. Cereal Mills. Do not put off ordering that suit until the last minute. We have all the Fall Designs, Cloths and Styles in ad vance. For that very reason then you will not have to wait. Will be pleased to see you at my parlors. . . . El flAAAA; 4 Opn Sept:. Sth 2 The fall and night terms of, J WArVHVI!E:L'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 2 Open Sept. 5th, but to avoid the rush next month and get an A - early start pupils are entering now. Superior courses of 2 study, able and experienced teachers. Step in for a cata- J logue and talk matters" over. i 228-32 S. Main st., 229-33 S. Howard St., Tel. 1893. Mr Opening Announcement On or about August 26th I will open a Merchant Tailoring Establishment at No. 175 South Howard street. It will be mv aim to always carry the best and most reliable stock w of" Foreign and Domestic Woolens in Suitings, Trouserings, V Vestings and Overcoatings. ? You will find all th in I l) cordially invited to call and HALLER, i) vtt NO. ITS SOUTH iff m Closing 1UU Will mill .iu ic i.iii w.u ...wv ..... fnlin'ps frnm whir-li to make vour selections. You are -OF THE ENTIRE STOCK 0F- ft ft PICTURES, FRAMES, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft For -fcl-se IMosc-t: 30 Days Uemarknble opportunity to possess works of art at almost vour own price. This stock will he SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST, as wo will positively discontinue) the business after Sept. 20th. Wo still mako frames to order until stock is disponed of. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN One good horse, an A No. 1 delivery wagon, store and office fixtures. J. A. BRANDON & SONS 205 East ti&&6ee$eSs&S&6S6e:e Horsemen OP- .The New York Ladies' Tailor Central Office Building. w m i.irik7r .,fii inner T?iciuniiM nil examine our goods. '.! m M The Tailor HOWARD STREET. . . visv Out Saie(( ft ft MOULDINGS & EASELS ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Market st.