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FOR SALE Farm of 81 ncres. Good
buildings, 8 miles west of city on the Smith
road. lr. I J. Baughmnn, Montrose, O.
FOK SALE A tine large lay mare, eight
vcars old, weight 1110 pounds, sound and all
riht. Ennulre 102 Lake St. 170-172
-- r . v T- -,, ironf N1 imraa nrfth
run oaujj vi iiiawia .- .,.,. ......
good buildings and fences, rich tillable land,
watered by springs and brook, fine fish
pond, orchard and sugar bush: close to
Akron; price less than S4X. J. I. Bachtel,
. lnsuranco and loans, lSi South Howard st.
Sacrnflce sale of four lots, S0xl5S feet on
High st., near Crosier St., only 1175 each.
Six room house. North Hill, nearly new.
hard wood finish, $1,000.
Good 50 acre farm, near Akron, for tale,
would take city property In exchange.
Money to loan at tf per cent.
C 1-3- .Jonoi Tel. 866
FORSALE No. 10GOtlssu,7 room house,
large barn, lot 6xlC5, 1575-cost J2.KW; 5
room house. Silver st- modern Improve
ments, $"d0, with 3 room house In rear,
$1,400; 6 room house, with lnrgo lot, big
bargain at M50; 8 rnoni house near Buchtel
College, $1,300; S3 feet front, Wooster nve.,
$2,000; desirable city lots In Haynes allot
ment. Just off of S. Main St., ns low as $250;
very desirable lot TV. Miller nve., $300; houses
and building lots In all parts of the city.
J. I. BACHTEL, JSS S. Howard St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO 10AN $3,000 In sums to suit liorrower.
J.I Bachtel, 1SS South Howard. 170 If
MONEY TO LOAN Abundance at 5 per
cent on residences, business property or
farms. Privilege of partial payments after
one year. Chas. A. Blackford, 180 South
Main st. Oct. 11, 1 mo.
MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up
ward on household goods or any chattle se
curity nna fuiow me gooas to remain in
your possession. Can repay us In monthly
installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of
fice hours, 8:30 to 11:30 a. m.. 1:30 to & p. m.
L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLE B.
WANTED Young lady stenographer.
Must aUo have some knowledge of book
keeping and thoroughly acquainted with
general office work. Address, stating ex
perience nnd salary wanted, Stenographer,
care this office. lfiS-171
WANTED Purchaser for a good lot in
South Akron. Inquire of E. 3. Hoskins,
Democrat office. 166-176
WANTED At once, a small, furnished
bouse; good residence location for small
family, with no children; will rent for three
months with the privilege of longer time.
Address The Wilcox, Bruncr Co., S: MHln
TO EXCHANGE A first class four horse
power electrlo motor for a ten horse power
Ten men who want loans of $300, $500, $1000,
$1500, 2000, ??5000. For particulars, call on
G. W. GRIDLEY.
Tel. 613. 45 Central Bldg.
Justice of the Peace and Notary.
2J5 Wooster avenue.
Houses on monthly payments, choice lots
on Wooster nv. will be sold at a sacrifice,
also greenhouse equipments cheap. A 45
horse-power boiler, almost new. I havo the
finest allotment In Akron. Lots 00x175 from
100 to $2I0. Come to see me.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished room for
n quiet couple. Franklin, near Ewnld's
grocery, Cuyahoga st. 170-172
FOR RENT A now7-ro om house with all
modern conveniences, located at No. 540
3ft Exchange st; good well and cistern.
Inquire at 510 West Exchange st. 169-171
Before You Take Your Life,
accident or health insurance, tee
FRAHK 0. HEWC0MB, District A cent
Aetna Life Insurance Co., Everett building
If yon want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but
first-class horses kept in stock.
X. R. STEINER, ProD.. Tel. 1734.
John Q. Mnrtin, Mgr. alch 18, 1900
WANTED TO LOAN
$1,000- to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security Is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Halo & Coates
Everett block. Tel. 1623
Steam Laundry 2
New machinery, new location. 5
We guarantee our work. High
gloss or domestic finish.
Phono 143 2
Nos. 132-137 North Howard st. J
PETERSON & WRIGHT
Successors to J. E. Peteraca
Grain. Hay, m Feed, cement, lie, lie.
I2S liOETH MART ST.
Peterson & Wright
SHAW'S PORE MALT. Tiie sick and
delicate need u gentle tonic-stimulant.
It is often a matter of life and
death with them. The ideal nutrient
and restorative is pure whisky.
That's precisely what Shaw's Pure
Malt is. Sold by WIT. WASHER,
144 S. Howard St., Akron, O.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 S. MA IN ST. AKRON, O.
Our specialty. Special rates. We
wnsh clean, good finish, don't ruin
fabrics. Will call for and deliver
goods. One trial is all we ask.
405 East Exchange st.
Phone 729 Etz & Reed, Prop.
MASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount oi money
to loan on good real eitat security.
Iiow rate of Interest. Terms most
149 S. Howard st, Phones 582ani693
GET OUR PRICES.
Ri-fcohio Coal Co
IIO W. Market S-fc.
DUMS a LOBSTERS
-rue: bank oaf-e.
The Finest Hestnurant In Akron.
HEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
FIHI IMPORTED AITD DOMESTIC
Wet Goods & Cigars
Tnttr Central Savlnts Bank,
JOHN KO.BSIStBEJSi.S CJ
From us on your own terms, also
see us about that INSURANCE
vou have e-piring soon.
P. P. BOCK & CO.
Moving Vans, Teamin
nnrl Trancfprrin'r. "Fill
5 vour coal bins now and
avoid the rush." Office,
Cor. Cherry and Canal sts. Tel. 25?.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working Machinery for
Stoneware a Specialty.
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
G'al, transfer ana general teaming,
rubber tire coacnes for funerals,
v:ciiiags, dances, moving vans,
wagonettes, band wagons.
106 Lincoln St., TCI. 564.
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling...
Always on band. All orders promptly filled.
Sptdal attention clven to all mail orders.
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
For Every Purpose.
Exchange and Water Streets.
The -Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages'
for funerals, weddings, parties and
123 and 12S Carroll St. Tel. No. 306
Only pure materials .used in the manu
facture of our home-made candles. "We are
running on full time to keep up with the
orders for our wholesale and retail trade.
Prices are very reasonable considering the
fine quality of the goods.
N. LASKARIS CO.
Phone 2. 102 South Houard st.
und 552 S. Howard St.. opp. city building.
we: have: cured
Tertiary BLOOD POIS
ON perniantly in 15
to yo an s. you can be
treated at homo for
same price under same
guarantee. If you pre
fer to come here wo
will contract to pay
railroad fare and hotel
bills, nnd no charge If
we tan to cure, it you
have tafcen mercury, iodide potash, and still
hare aches nnd pains. Mucous Patches In
mouth. Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper-colored
Spots. Ulcers on any part of the body,
Hair or Eyebrows Falling Out, it is this
Secondary BLOOD POISON we guarantee
to cure. We solicit the most obstinate cases
and challenge the world for a case we can
not cure. This disease has always baffled
the skill or the most eminent physicians.
f50O,O0O capital behind our unconditional
guarantee. Absolute proofs sent sealed on
application. Address Cook Remedy Co.,
123MnsouIcTemplo, Chicago, 111.
For Sewlnz Ma
Fire Arms, etc The
Highest draco. Get It
from your dealer.
BIrd fires, ft. Cfl..c'"""''.-
ijit ..European Restaurant..
( 200-203 X. Market st.
:y. Eefreshments of all kinds. The
W celebrated Anhenser Bosch Beer
v- always on draught. Heals at all
boors at reasonable prices.
Give ns a call
We will please you.
DETTLING BROS., Props.
Grand Opera Mouse
Wilbur F. Stickle, Mgr.
Monday, Nov. 6 "Dorothy Lewis"
Thursday, Nov. 7 "A Day and
Friday, Nov. 10 "The Highway
man." First OIs
Akron Photo Eng. Co.
603 South Main st. a
Over S300.000 In Property Ilnrned.
Kansas Oity, Nov. C Half a mill
ion dollars' worth ot property was de
stroyed uftur midnight by fire that
started iu Jones Brothers' do-
Eartinent f-tore and spread to
alf a block of othsr buildings
in Main and Walnut stroets. The ag
gregate insurance is estimated at $375,
000. The heaviest losers are Jones
Eros., who estimate their stock as
worth $300,000. The insurance carried
by this firm was 82 per cent of the loj.
1" -- - ' i i n " 1 mm
SHERMAN IS QUOTED.
Both Sides Used His State
ments In Campaign.
8TATEMEXS BY JOHN R. M'lEAX.
Said That After a Careful Canrans, He
Bettered tho Democrats Would Hate
the Most Votrn Fcmtrr'i Freillctlnn of
Cisci.v.vati. 2'ov. (J. A peculiar feat
ure of the campaign in this state has
been tho nte by tho parties of the utter
ances of ex-senator John Sherman. It
is well known among public men in
Ohio that Senator Sherman has a warm
feeling for Judge Nash and heretofore
published telegrams from Mr. Sherman
showing that feeling. One printed Sun
day, addressed to Chairman Dick of
the Republican state commitKe, said:
'1 feel the deepest solicitude for the
election of Judge Nash. It will mean
vicorv for sound moncv and prosper
ity."" It i also well known that Mr. Sher
man has not a cordial feeling for Presi
dent McKinlev aud Senator Hauua, and
that lie openly antagonizes the presi
dent's Philippine policy. Hence the
Democratic papers have been publish
ing interviews and dispatches from ex
Senator Sherman indicating his posi
tion in that regard.
"One of the latter, addresied to the
editor of an Ohio Democratic naper,
contained the following: I am strongly
opposed to the enforced annexation of
the Philippine islands. The seizure of
any part of the Philippines against their
will is a gross violation of the laws of
Coi.Liiucs, Nov. 0. John R. Motau.
the Democratic candidate for govcrm r
of Ohio, made public tho following ad
dress to voters, containing his view of
the Ohio election outlook:
CoLTOinus, Nov. 5.
To the Voters of Ohio:
"But two days remain before the peo
ple of Ohio by their ballots give expres
sion to their opinions on the issues be
fore the public. After a most careful
canvass, after a most thorough look
into the situation, hearing from every
county, from nearly every township of
the state, I believe that the Democratic
ticket will receive many thousands
more votes than the Republican ticket.
"After a careful look through the
election system of Ohio, after going
over the organization of our party and
looking fairly into the organization of
the opposite narty, I do not believe that
any wrong can be successfully brought
"All the Democrats havo to do is to
be careful; watch the votes cast; bee
them counted after they are cast; see
the returns properly made and sealed,
shutting ont all opportunities to substi
tute a Hauua ballot for a Democratic
one, and victory is oompletely ours.
"I soy this without quanhcation.wUh-
unt reser e. Hanna is beaten.
J. R. McLean."
A STUDENT WOUNDED.
Shot While I'leeing From Officer After
a frolic, at Bnokbannon, W.
Va. Dangerously Hurt.
Bcckhasso.s", "W. Va., Ifov. 6. Mar
tin Williams a student at the Confer
ence seminary here, in comnany with
other students-, were burning the presi
dent iu eiugy. Seminary special police
saw the burning figure and hastened to
the scene. The boys ran and to stop
them several shots were fired at the
fleeing crowd. One of these struck
Williams and he fell and must have
lain unconscious for an hour or more.
The polico did not find him and he
made his way to his room later and fell
unconscious to the floor.
Physicians were summoned and found
the ball had entered the head below the
left eye, entering the brain. Williams
is in a dangerous condition. Physicians
hope to find the ball with X-rays, and
entertain hope of recovery. The semin
ary authorities deplore the accident and
are lending -every assistance. No ar
rests have been made.
OEIME OF A CO WARD.
Shot Through h Window, Killing a far
mer, tn .Ji'lTerson Comity, O.
Wheeling, Nov. 6. Information !
T2ached Wheeling of a dastardly crime
at Mount Pleasant, in Jefferson county,
O,, about 15 miles from this city.
James W. Gosnell, a well-to-do farmer,
was reading a newspaper when two re
volver shot rang out, both taking effect
in the unfortunate man's back and kill
ing him instantly. They were fired
from outside in the darkness through a
window. The countryside is being
scoured for tha murderers, but so far
without success. There is no clue.
MISS GOULD III EARNEST.
Appeals to the Solilii-n to Aid In the
light Agninnt i'olyganilst
Washington, Nov. 6. Adjutant Gen
eral Liller of tho Spanish veterans has
received the following letter from Mi
Helen Gould, dated Nov. a:
"If the matter commends itself to
yonr good judgment and you have not
already taken an interest in the Roberts'
question, I hope yon may feel willing
to da so.
"Mr. Roberts, it seems, has at leat
chree wives and, advocating aud prac
tisiug the principle lie dooi, he should
nor, we women think, be allowed to
have a seat in tho highest lawmaking
body of our laud. We realize that
what we think cannot carry the weight
with congressmen that commuuications
from voters would have, ami we earn
estly hope that men who sympathize
with the movement will bo willing to
write to their congressmen or circulate
"I have never before taken any active
part in any political question, but this
movement is of the protection of the
home and of women throughout the
country, and I am glad to use the' little
influence for what I believe to be right
eous. I trust yon will pardon mo for
troubling yon, but you soldiers have
been so good to me. I am venturing to
call your attention to a matter that in
terests me deeply. Enclosed you will
find some of the leaflets on the subject
issued by the League for Social Kervice.
"Helen Miller Gouij."
A Younjr Cnnplt, Killed.
West Newtos, Pa., Nov. 0. Bert
Conghcpour, aged 23, and Auniu
Hhoades, aged 21, both of this place,
wore killed on the Pittsburg, McKecs
port and Youghiogheny railroad tracks
They were on the way to attend a dance
at Taylor station. They were Btruck by
a light engine running backwards while
avoiding another train,
A man just in the art of lifting- a barrel
of fionr felt a hand laid on his shoulder.
" Stop ! " said the stranser,
"Yon can't lift that." "How
do you know I can't? " "aid the
man. Because I am
a physician, and know
be." said the
man. "but I r-jf'
know I can," 2?
and he toon-5 Z?
ed and lifted
the barrel to
jon o snre
vou could do
It?" asked the
"Because I've been
doii'srit every day for year-, '-.aid the man.
There are phvVicians who aj' iu good
faith to those utio-e luns are worn by dis
ease "It is impossible to help yon." And
vet thousand of tliee imno-ible-. have
beeu helped and healed b Dr K V Tierce
who-e "GoldVn Medical Ui'-ctivery " has
cured them, when the hollow check,
the raspinir cou;b. the burninj; flush,
and night -west's have al! pointed to
Ninety-eight ont of every hundred such
impossible case"! can be cured ay Dr.
Pierce What makes him so sure? Be
cause he has been curimr just -uch cases
for more than thirty years "Golden Med
ical Discovery " i- -trenjith to the -loniach,
life to the lnnc;s. nourishment to the nerve-.
It makes new Wood and the new blood
build- a new body a fit temple of health
There i- nothing ju-t as good a "Golden
Medical Di-covery.' o let no one deceive
you into accepting a substitute.
"I beg to -tate that 1 hae u-ed three Imttlesof
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery since mj
correspondence with ou and find great im
provement in inv cai," writes Mr. A. F. No
votuv. of N'ew York. X. V (Box 1437)- " I feel
that Yam in need of no more medical assistance.
When 1 started to take your medicine I had a
regular consumptive cough, ot which 1 was
afraidaud even body cautioned and warned me
concerning it. I was losing weight rapidly, was
very pale and had no appetiie whatever. Now
rav condition is changed entirely. 3 do not
cough at all, have gained eight pounds in weight,
have recovered ray healthy color, and my appe
tite is enormous. I can recommend your medi
cine, as -t is a sure cure, no humbug, as are
most other patent medicines."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness.
Glbliou to Marry 11m Niece.
Baltimore, Nov. 6. Cardinal Gib
bons left for New Orleans, where he
will pi norm the marriage ceremony of
his niece. Miss Katie Gibbons. His
eminence was accompanied by Fathers
Boland aud Reardon of this city, and
will be joined enroute by Bishop John
Foley of D-nroit.
Graln-0 Bringt Relief
To the coflee drinker. Ooffeo drinking la a
bnblt that is universally indulged In and
almost universally injurious. Have you
tried Grnln-O? It is almost Ilk coffee but
tho effects nre Just the opposite. Coffee up
sets tho stomach, ruins tha digestion, effects
the heart and disturbs the whole nervous
system. Grnin-O tones up the stomach,
aids digestion nnd strengthens the nerves.
rhre is nothing but nourishment In
Imin-O. it can't be otherwise; lfe jnd Z-t
fer pnckn.r?. i
If you want scientific Shoeing see
The best'of help. Kind Treatment
and all work guaranteed.
If you have lame horses, let us
RICH, The Horseshoer,
411 South main st
A cordial invitation
is extended to all to GALL AT
For MEALS or WET GOODS.
Full line of Domeitlo and Im
709 S. iVIaln s-t.
Telephone 151 1
Call on us for..
Natural Gas ;
Stoves and j
Natural gas appliances i
I a specialty. Come and
see stoves in operation.
1 J. Rutherford j
& Son j
: 173 S. Main st. j
! Tel. 413. i
r 6a &mia.a anrtC
H jT?. flrloHnal a.nA ilnlr fin1itf
t. sire fclwftia reliable, ladies uk
Sruc tin f-f CMrknttr $ Faotuh Dla-1
mond Brand In IleA aad Gold DfUlUeN
aboxei. ictled vita blue nntxia. 'laLe
in v other. Jiffm dan$crcvi tubttitw V
'tiimaaiJ imtatloi. At Irarcita.rfiA4&
la Um7 tut p&rtieclftr, t-iUmoollli tut
" IMIef for Ladles," i Utter, fcy retrnm
'7Llehrfer CotnileA) Ca.MnAlt Bqwar
) j Xrt imci!t 'in L4UJL, fA
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
The A., B. fc C. Route.
"Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. May 27, 1899.
Cars leave Akron 6:80 ajn., every hnll
hour; 8:30 a.m. nntll 7 p.m. and at C, 9 nnd
Leave Cleveland 5 n.m., every hall hpur;
6 n.m. until 8 p.m and at 9, 10 and 11:10 p.m.
I LOOK NEW I
For furalturt. Pllnr.
. 1 Deilen.
Cairo Dno, Co.
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mr -- vrt
A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN Jc.
all troubles peculiar to her set "Send t
mail or from our Agent. SI.OO per rox
WLLUHS MFG. CO.. Proas.. CLEVELAND. CP
WILLIAMS5 ARNICA AND WITCH
una cmuc sure curs
UHLLl. OHLILi A B IP 5 IR 5
9 m ci p m si !
'OLD IN THE HEAD Bi
dall smSEHUPTiGXSIIkeFtnp.-., Bi-.
e.sc, nouia awio, nunuunt 12-1, t j ;ir
..i per box bymaJl or from CIHSC .4SH- V
v.uiami Mrs. Co.. rj-cpn.. ' . -...
For sale by J. C. Day & Co.. 210 Y.
Will Support the Democratic Ticket
Tomorrow Mr. Laumann's Speech.
In his speech to the German vot
ers of the Fourth ward at Turner
hall. Mr. Louis Laumanu s.aid:
"When such men as Me:sr.. P. E.
"Werner, J. M. Beck. Louis Seybold
and a great many other Germans see
fit to leavo tho Republican party
with which they have voted and
worked sinco they came to this
country, certainly something must be
"The Democrats have a ticket both
county and state which is a credit to
the people as well as the party and I
hope that every voter of the Demo
cratic; party will carefully cousidcr
the issues aud put in his vote
straight. I have voted in this city
for a great many years and not once
did I see an independent candidate
elected to office. Mr. Jones may lv
a very good man, but he cannot be
elected and after election, should
Nash ha elected by Democratic
votes being cast for Mr. Jours,
the friends of Mr. Hanna who
have been talking Jones will only
laugh at you for being so easily trap
ped. Our candidate. Mr. McLean,
Full line of Chandeliers for Gas aud Electric Light, Porta
bles, Brackets, Globes, Shades, Wellsbach Lamp for Natural
and Artificial Gas. Largest and newest stock in the city.
Call and see before buying'.
203 E. .Market st. Tel.
BEAUTY ffi A BOON
Hme. Ruppert's World-Renowned Remedies
AKE THE BEST.
They are the pioneers of r'l complexion preparation, havlns een
old for manr year longer tliun any other. They arc used and rec
ommended by the belt people, r ;d alirays give complete satisfac
tion. They are the only genuine, nntaral benutlflem, fonuded on scien
tific principles. Everything about them Inspire confidence. Abso
lute i roof of merit has been E'veu numberless times by Dime. Tlni
pert. No other Specialist has ever clven ocular demonstrations.
dwlna to These Well-Established Pacts, We Give Mrae. Ruppert's
Remedies This Well'Barned Prominence.
EXTRAORDINARY OFFER !
a BOTTLE OP
MME. RUPPERT'S FACE BLEACH,
THIS OFFER IS BONA FIOC AND EVERYONE CAN HAVE A BOTTLE
OF THIS WONDROUS FACE BLEACH FOR St.65
Maflsmo Ruppert's Face Bleach Is not a new, untried remedy. Its use assures a
perfect complexion. It has been sold for 20 years longer than any like preparation
and to-day has a larger sale than all these combined. We are receiving constantly
supplies fresh from the laboratory of Madame Ruppert, No. 6 East Kth street, New
York, and they are par excellence.
Book "HOW TO BE BBHUTIFUL" Free.
every caller at this department will be given this unique booklet FREE It contalnt
all those little secrets ot the toilet so dear to every woman's heart. We give
below a list of some ot Madame Ruppert's Toilet Requisites.
Mme. Ruppert's Golden
Hair Tonic gives new life
to and stops falling hair.. ..$1.00
Mme. Ruppert's Wonder
ful Depilatory removes su
perfluous hair without In
jury to skin In 3 minutes.. 100
Mme. Ruppert's Orar
llatr Restorative Is not a
dye. but returns gray hair
to its natural color 3.50
Mme. Ruppert'a Pearl
Knamel causes the skin to
assume a girlish loveliness,
mainly for evening use 1.00
Mme. Ruppert's White
Rose Face Powder, an ex
quisite powder 50
Remember, we r
MA1E. RUPPERT'S FACE BLEACH at -
1 0 ll
fS4 . tV3ei"3 i3
I has always been a friend to the poor
aud the working people and Ger
man citizens will support him be
cause his election will be a protest
against imperialism, trusts and war
To the Central Union Company's
Digging a Post Hole.
Friday afternoon a dog broke into
the deer pen at Randolph park and
attacked one of the animals.
The deer, frightened by the canine,
jumped a six-foot fence and ran to
ward Silver Lake. At this time,
Tom Poole, superintendent of the
grounds, discovered the trouble and
started in pursuit of the escaped
animal. It plunged into Silver
Lake, swimming across to the Lodge
property. Here it was frightened
by workmeivhack towards Randolph
park. After swimming the lake at
Randolph park it was rounded up in
the swamp on the north sido. The
deer to. slightly injured. Poole, a
short time later, killed a wild goose
weighing seven pounds.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends and
neighbors for the kindness and sym
pathy shown us during our late be
reavement, the loss of our sister.
W3r. Mahae, War. Williams
'sgjJphe Easy Foofl
frai Easy to Buy,
af k Easy to Cook,
A$?Easy to Eat
IhxBXy iasy to digest,
WSl At all grocers
i 2-ih. pkgjs.
Hunters Attention I
You will find us headquarters for
Rifles, Guns, Revolvers
The best and most reliable makes.
Loaded Shells of all kinds.
Sporting pods of every
Get our prices before you
iohrbacher S Allen:
Builders' Hardware, Nails,
Paints, Uiass, Oil, .Etc.
Tel. 70. 170 S. Howard si.
195. Res. 747.
vj vvvaia i-
Mme. Ruppert's Almond
Oil Complexion Soap; a per
fect soap, a combination of
almond oil and wax. not a
boiled soap and contains no
Mme. Ruppert'a World
Renowned Face Bleach.
large bottle, clears the skin
of any dlscoloiatlon and
beautifies the complexion
Mme. Ruppert'a Egyp
tian Balm, a valuable akin
food, nnd used In connec
tion with the Bleach re
moves wrinkles 1.00
- lll sell a battle T
- t -
No conditions. You buy
Fels-Naptha soap of your
grocer 5c a bar and he
gives you your 5c back, if you
ask it. Don't return the
It's worth 5 times 5c.
Noiice of Appointment.
KstHtetf Charles H. Biiuer. deceased.
The undersigned hni been appointed by
tho Probate court of Summit vountv, Ohio,
ns udminlblratrt't of the estatu ot Charles H.
Bauer, deceased. All persons indebted
to said estate are reouested to mnkn im
mediate paj m nt ; and all persons having
claims asninstsnld estate nre requested to
jjresem me same loruiiowance or rejection,
Dated this 2Ut day of Oct. A. D. isw.
Oct 23-80 Nov fi
To condemn property for the con
struction of a main or trunk sewer
in and through sewer district No. 'J.
Section l. Be it ordained by the council
of the city of Akron, Ohio, two-thirds of nil
tho members elected thereto concurring,
nnd declaring the snme to bo necessary,
that its Intention is hereby declared to con
demn and appropriate to the public use, for
the purposo of constructing a main or trunk
"ewer, and It hereby condemns and appro
priates to such public use, for the puriose
of constructing the said main or trunk
sooner, in the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, the right and title for these pur
poses, and at all times to enter Into, exca
vate and forever maintain nnd repair said
main or trunk sewer. in accordance with
the plans, profiles and specifications on lllc
In the office of the city elvil engineer
All tho right and title not inconsistent
with tho casements herein obtained, shall
remain in tho owners of propertv, their
Parcel No. 1 Belonging to Robert Blan
ker, nnd being a strip of Innd twenty 120)
feet wide, front nnd rear, from the north
erly side of lot No. 0, block Si, King's addi
tion to Alt ion, bounded nnd described as
follows: Beginning at the northwest corner
of said lot No. 0, block SI, King's, tHenee
southerly along the earterly line of "Willow
street twenty (20) feet: thenco eastcrlv par
allel to the northerly line of said lot No.6,
block S3, King, about two hundred nnd
thirty-eight (23S1 feet to the easterly line of
snid lot No. 6; thence northerly along the
easterly line of said lot No. C, about twenty
two (22) feet to the northeast corner of same;
thence westerly along the northerly line of
said lot No. 0, nbout two hundred and fortv
(210) feet, to the place of beginning, null
containing forty-seven hundred and cightr
(47b0) square feet of land.
Parcel No. 2 Belonging to Susan I
Bryan, being a part of Benjamin lot No. 17,
uuujmeu aim uuscdueu ns louows: iiCgln
ningat anoint in theensterly line of lot
No. (I. block Si. Klnir. twentv-two 2-i feet
southerly from the northeast corner of
same; thence northerly nlong the easterlv
lineoisomiotiso. c, ihockss. King, twenty
two feet to the northeit corner of same:
thence easterly about one hundred (100)
feet to the southwest corner of land now
owned by A. J. Myers; thence easterly
along the southerly line of A. J. Myers'Iaud,
eighty (bO) feet to the southenst corner of
same, which point is also in the westerly
line of Gustnve Eberhnrd's lot; thence
southerly nlong the westerly line of Gustave
Eberhnrd's aud Nellie SI. Randies' land,
twenty-eight (28) feet; thence westerly
about one hundred and eighty (ISO) feet to
the place of beginning, and containing
about four thousand and twentv (4020)
square feet of laud.
Parcel No. 3 Belonging to Nellie M. Ran
dies, being apnrtof Benjamin lot No. 17,
bounded and described as follows: Begin
ning at the northwest corner of said Nellie
M. Handles' land, thence southerlv along
the westerly line of said Nellie SI. Randies'
land twenty (20) feet; thence east
erly parallel to the northerly line of said
Nellie 51. Randies' Innd about ninety (80)
feet to the easterly line of same, which point
Is also lu the westerly line of Benjamin lot
No 16; thence northerly along the easterlv
Hue of said Nellie M. Randies' land twenty
zv) icei 10 iiiu uuriiieusL corner or same:
thence westerly along the northerly line of
said Nclllo SI. Randies' land nliimt. ninerv
(90) feet to the place of beginning, contain
ing about eighteen hundred (lsuo) square
feet of land
Parcel No. 1 Belonging to Catharine Kll-
ngrow, oemg a part ot Benjamin lot No. 10,
uuuuueu anu ueiunucu ns ionow: begin
ning at n point In the westerly line of Ben
jamin lot No. 18, twenty (20) feet southerlv
from the northeast corner of Nellie St. Ran
dies' laud; thonce northerly along tho east
erly line1 of Nellie 31. Randies' Innd twenty
l2U)ieei to me nortneast eorner of snme;
thence easterly about one hundred and ten
(110) feet to a point lu tho easterlv line of
said Benjnmln lot No. 10, twenty (20) feet
northerly from the southwest corner of
Mary MeCann's land; thence southerly
along the westerly line of Mury
McCann's land twenty (20) feet to the
sout hw est corner of the same ; thence w est
crly nbout one hundred nnd ten (110) feet to
tho place of beginning, containing nbout
twenty-two hundred (2200) square feet of
Pnrcel No. 5 Belonging to Mary JlcCnnn,
and being a strip twenty (20) feet wide, from
the rear of Mnry SIcCann's Innd, bounded
and described as follows: Beginning at a
Solnt In the easterly line of Benjamin lot
io. 16, said point being also the southwest
corner of JIary SIcCann's land; thenee
northerly along the easterly line of said
Benjamin lot No.lii, twenty (20) feet; thence
easterly parallel with the southerly line of
said Slary SIcf'ann's Innd forty-four and
twenty-two hundredths (41.22) feet to the
easterly line of same; thence southerly
aioug me easterly line oi sniu larv stc
Cann's land twenty (20) feet to the southeast
corner of same: thence westerlv nlong the
southrlyllneof said Slary SIcCann's land
forty-four nnd twenty-two hundredths
(11.22) feet to the place of beginning, con
taining eight hundred and eighty-four and
four-tenths (SS4.I) square feet of land.
Parcel No. 6 Belonging to Adelbert Car
son, and being a strip of land twenty (a))
feet wide f ron the rear of said Adelbert Car
son's land, bounded and described as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast cornerofl
also the southenst corner of the northeast
one-fourth of Benjamin lot No. 13; thence
northerly along the easterly lino of said
Bedjamln lot No. 15, twenty (20) feet; thence
westerly parallel to tho southerly Hue of
said Adelbert Carson's land forty-four and
twenty-two hundredths (41.22) feet; thence
southerly parallel to the east lino of said
Benjamin lot No. 15, twenty (20) feet to the
southwest corner of said Albert Carson's
land; tlienre easterly forty-four and twenty
two hundredths )44.22) feet to the place of
beginning, containing eight hundred aud
eighty-four and four-tenths (SS).lui square
feet of land.
Parcel No 7 Belonging to I hnrlotte
Wheeler Htokes.Hnd being stilpor land
twenty 20) feet wide from the south side of
tho north one-half of Benjamin lot No. II,
boundexl anil described as follows: Begin
nlngat point In the west line of said Ben
jamin lot No. II, which point I also the
southwest corner of said Cliarlolto Wheeler
Stoke? land: thence northerly along the
west line of Benjamin lot No. 14 t enty (ij
feet; thence easterly parallel to tho -'outh-erlyllneof
said Charlotte Wheeler Stokes'
Innd eighty-eight and forty-four hun
dredths (ts.4j) feet to the easterly lino of
saidBenJiunInIotNo.il; thence southerly
nlong the ensterly line of snid Uenjamln lot
No. 14 twentv (2fl) feet to the s tithuislrr
norof said Charlotte Win eler Stoke' land:
thence westerly nlong the southerly llaiM.r
said Charlotte Wheeler Stokes" land eighty
eight ami forty-four hundredths (S.II) foot
to the place of beginning, containing seven
teen hundred and siiy-eight und tight
tenths (17(SJ) square feet of lar.d.
Parcel No. S Belonging to Elizabeth
Wegmillerniid beluga strip of laud twenty
(20) feet wide from the rear of the northwest
one-fourth ot Benjnmln lot No. 18, bounded
nnd described as follows: Beginning at a
fHilnt In the we-terly line of snhl lionjnmln
ot No. 1:1, said point being also tho south
west corner of Elizabeth Wegmlller's land;
thence northerly along the westllneof said
Elizabeth Wegmlller's land twenty (2ii)
feet; thence easterly parallel to the south
erly line of said Elizabeth Wegmlller's land
tortv-four nnd twenty-two hundredths
(11.22) feet In the Insterly line of Mime:
thence southerlv along the en-terry lino of
said Ellzulieth Wegmiller'a land twenty (20)
feet to the southeast corner of the snme:
thencewesterlynlong the southerly llueof
said Elizabeth Wegmiller's land forty-four
nnd twenty-two hundredths (14.22) feet to
place of beginning, containing eight hun
dred and elght-fournnd four-tenths (jwi.l)
square feet of Innd.
Pnrcel No. 9 Belonging to Slary Krnnels
Green, and being o strip of land twenty (20)
feet wide from the rearof the nortnent one
fourth ot Benjamin lot No. la, hounded and
described ns follows: Beginning at the
southwest corner of said Slary Erauois
Green's land; thence northeily along tho
westerlv lino of nlil Slary Frances Green's
land twenty (20) feet: tlieuve easterly par
allel to tho (.outherly line of said Slary
I'ra nets Green's land forty-four and twenty
two hundredths (41.22) feet to the easterly
line of snme; thence southerly nlong the
ensterly line of said Slary Frances Green's
laud twenty (20) feet to the southeast corner
of same; thonce westerly along tho sonth
erllne of said Slary Frannes Green's laud
forlv.four and twenty-two hundredths
(U.2J) feet to the place of beginning, con-
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mining eight hundred nnd eighty-four and
four-tenths (S8i.ii square feet of land.
Parcel No. 10 Belonging to Jacob Gieben
rath, being a pnrt of the northwest one
fourth of Benjamin lot No. 12, bounded and
described as follows: Beginning at a point
in the westerly line of said Jacob Gleben
ratb'a land twenty (20i feet northerly from
the southwest cor of the same: thence
southerly along said Jacob Glebenrath's
west line twenty (20) feet to outhwest cor
ner of the same; thenee ensterly along said
Jacob Glebenrath's south line forsv-four
and twenty-two hundredths (44.22) feet to
the southeast corner of tho sumo; thence
northerly along said Jacob Glebeurath'a
east line about two hundred nnd sixteen
(21G) feet to the south line of Exchange
street ; thence westerly blong the south line
of Exchange street twenty 20 feet; thence
southerly parallel to the ensterly line of
said Jacob Glebenrath's land about one
hundred nnd ninety-eight IUS feet to a
point distant twenty 2D feet from the south
Hue of said Jacob Glebenrath's land; thence
westerly twenty-four and twentv-two hun
dredths 24.22 feet to the plnceof beginning,
containing about forty-eight hundred und
forty-four and four-tenths 4.4.4 square
feet of land.
Parcel No. 11. Belonging to Theresa
Houser. befner a strln or Inml arpntr 19m
feet wide from the rear of tho northeast
one-fourth of Benjamin lot No. 12, bounded
and described as follows: Beginning at tho
southwest corner of said Theresa Houser'
laud; thence northerly along said Theresa
Ilouser's west line twenty (20) feet; thence
easterly parallel to the southerlv line of
said Theresa Ilouser's land forty-four and
twenty-two hundredths (41.22) feet to the
easterly line of same; thence southerly
along the easterly line of said Theresn
Ilouser's land twenty (20) feet to bo tho
southenst corner same; thence westerly
along the southerly line of said Theresa
Ilouser's land forty-four nnd twenty-two
hundredths (44.22) feet to tho place of begin
ning, containing eight hundred nnd eighty
four and four tenths (8SI.4) square feet of
Pnrcel .No. 12. Belonging to John R.
Douglas, and being part of Benjamin lot
No. 11. bounded and described as follows:
Beginning nta point In the westerly line of
said John R. Douglas' land (60) feet south
erly from the northwest corner of same;
thence northerly along the westerly
lino of said John R. Douglas' land
twenty 20 feet; thence ensterly
parallel to the southerly line of said
John R. Douglas' land and sixty-six
06 feet to the west line of Wabash avenue;
thence southerly along the west line of Wa
bash avenue twenty 20 feet; thence west
erly parallel to the southerly line of said
John R, Douglas' land sixty-six 60 feet to
the place of bsglnning, containing thirteen
hundred and twenty 1S20 square feet of
Parcel No. 13. Belonging to Amanda E.
Garrett, and being a strip of land twenty
201 feet wide, front nnd rear, on the west side
of Nash lot No. 10. bounded aud described as
follows: Beginning at the southwest cor
ner of said Nash lot No. 10; thence norther
ly along the west line of said lot No. 10 one
hundred nnd sixty-five 105 feet to the
northwest corner of the same; thenco
easterly along the northerlv lino
of said lot No. 10 twenty
f201 feet; thenco southerly lmrallel to tho
westerly lino of said Xiuh lot No. 10 one
nunclreu nnu slxty-llvo ll., feet to the north
lino of Exchanee street: thenco westerlv
along the north line of Exchange street to
ine piace 01 oeginning, containing tnlrtv
three hundred SMI square feet of Innd.
Pnrcel No. II. Beloncinir to James Mc
Allister, being a part of Nash lot No. 37. and
neingn strip 01 land twenty (201 feet wide
tue center line 01 wuicn 13 aescnoeaas
follows: Beginning at a point in the north
line of Nash lot No. 10, and ten (10) feet
easterly from tho northwest corner of tho
snme;thcnso northerly parcllel to the west
line of snid Nash lot No. 10, produced, about
one hundred and forty-six (IIS) feet to the
center line of Buchtel avenue produced
westerly; thence easterly along the center
lino of Buchtel avenue, produced westerlv,
about two hundred and sixty (2G0) feet to "a
fioint ten (10) feet westerly from the wester--
line of SIcGarry lot No. I, produced;
thence northerly parallel to the west Un
of SIcGarry lot No. 1. about two huno
dred and ten (210) feet to the south line of
Nelan lot No. 10 containing about fifteen
thousand, six hundred (15,000) square feet of
Parcel No. 15. Belonging to William, Ella
and Agnes Nelan, and being a strip of land
twents (20) feet wide from the west side of
Nelan lot No. 10, bounded and described as
follows : Beginning at the southwest corner
of said Nelan lot No. 10; thence northerly
alongtho west line of said Nelan lotNo.Iu,
about one hundred and fortv (liO) feet to the
south line of State street; thence easterlv
along the south line of state street twenty
(20) feet; thence southerly parallel to the
westerly line of said Nelan lot No. 10 about
one hundred and fifty (150) feet to the south
line of the same: thenee westerlv alone the
south line of said Nelan lot No. 10 about
twenty-one fzlj reet to the place of begln
nlnc. containini; about twentv-nlne hun
dred I20OO1 square feet of Innd.
Sec. 2. And the solicitor Is hereby auth
orized and Instructed to institute the neces
snry proceedings, and to npply to the Pro
bate Court of Summit county, Ohio, for an
inquiry and assessment for the consider
ation to be paid for such property; and the
amount so found together with the cost of
action and Interest shall be assessed upon
the property benefitted by the Improvement
contemplated herein. In said sewer district
No. 9, according to the law for such cases
made and provided.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect
and be In force from nnd after the earliest
period allowed by law.
Passed Octobers), WX.
Chas. II. Ibbell, E. P. Sprigle,
City Clerk. Pres. City Council.
Approved by the Board of City Commis
sioners. Chas. H. Isbell.
Nov. 4-6 Clerk.
WHEAT 68 CENTS.
Xow 6, 3 p. in. Butter, creamery
30c, country 25c, lard 10c; eggs 25c;
chickens, loc per lb. dressed,
spring chicken. 15c a lb.
Corn. car 25c pur bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 80c; hay Goto "0c
a hundred: straw 35o a hundred.
Lettuce 12 to 15e per pound. Head
Radishe. two bunches for 5c.
Celery 10c a bunch.
Potatoes, 60c a bu.
Ilmne grown cabb3ge, 5 to 12c head
Whf&t 68.; oata ic; corn,
ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 37c; hay,
$11 to$13;rye, 55c.
Butter, creamery, 25Jc; country
15 to 20c; lard, 6 toGc; eggs, 20c;
chickens, live 7 to Sc, dressed lie.
Naw beans. $1.80; marrowfat
Cured hides, No. 1, 9 No. 2, SJc,
jr;rMi,Nu. 1, TJo'o, io. 2 6c, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 105, No. 2, 9Jc;
green jno. 1, sc; io. s. se;taiiow,
No. 1,4c; siippppeitK,4U toboc;iamD
Pork, dressed, 5K to 6 livo i to iXa;
bref. dressed, 0c to Sc, live
6)c; mutton, live. 3Jc to 4Jo;
dressed, 6c to Sc; spring lamb,
8) to 9c; pork, loins, 18c; veal, live
8 to 6c, dresspd, 8 to So.
Susar-cnred ham, 9c to lloj
shoulder. 7 to 7Wc: California ham.
5 in 7c; hMVin, 8 to 9c; dried beef.
il to 17c; lard, simou pure, 7
in tub; 7c lu tfeices; country
knttle 6c: purp lard, 6c.
Hemlock bill stuff $18 per iu
Nonvay bill stuff $23 per m
Yellow pine siding No. 1 $27 per m
Yellow pine flooring No. 1 common
$23 per m
Yeliowpine ceiling o. t ?ai per m
White pine lath No. 1, $6.00 per m
White pine lath No. 2 $5.60 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $3.50 per
Clpar hemlock shingles $2.75 per
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