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WT?,,I P J '. ja.-uLy" i; vf -", ; '"C JWS? 'SdM,-' J-i Pjn-isyvr-s -- T AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 " IX p5 r fe . v :.v v rf UI tf fe p - It. rx llfr tut fcfc? -,' i;. iV ;j ;i 1 1- i i i V k K fe-t m- iU. , ?rT A" ;The Weatuer Sunday Showers MITTENS At $1.00 a pair .Never in the hisfnrv of thfi Boston Store have-we sold bo many KXD G-LOVES; 'why?' because we sell you the best kid gloves lor $1.00 ever"brought to this city or any other. All shades, all sizes, two clasp or hook, guaranteed. " ' At 1.50 a pair You may want a better kid glove than $1.00, if you do we have it. Any shade, two clasp or hook guaranteed. 75c "We do not guarantee this glove, it is a guuugioveior oc. AiiBuaueo, ciasp only, 25c Xadies' black double mittens with or without fancy back. All wool, 15c ladies lieavy black wool mittens, just too mitten lor com weatner. 10C Only a few dozen left they are extratvalue, heavy and strong are their good qualities. 15c The very mitten for 'boys, they wear, they are warm, tney are Bfrong.jin fact the only mitten for boys t fifKeep in mind we have a lot oisample coats, which are awful cneap, scarcely two aiiice. tub "Automobile Coat" is the latest. South Howard St. n B WE ' HAVE. . Tfae. largest and finest stock of In this city, having jnsfc re ceived some beautiful Pianos whch we would be pleased to show. Don't wait, but come "and select an honest Piano at an honest price. t-i Company 132 South Howard St. 4 W. K. RANDALL, Manager. N fcMJ.W&i ', SliWIWTin S.&GSSPE t For Week Ending 4 Saturday, Lecembsr 9, 1899. 7 lbs. 'J A" Farina for 25c. (A fine Wheat food.) s 5 lbs. 12c Kio Coffee for 45c. Sold . (It will be many, moons before ypu only in 5 lb. lots, will see this offer appear again.) . r& pkgs. "Wetmore Prepared Pud ding 25c'. Assorted flavors. Holds full pounds. (Something new and delicious.) . , , J3 lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar and 10b, any 50o Tea for $1.00. " Staple California Fruits at lowest 'S & G''S 1S0 calendar entitled "Pussy's 'Playtime," size 15x20,a beautiful design printed in 12 colors. Feeling grateful for the'patronage we" have enjoyed, it is our earnest desire to present to each customer one of.these.gems absolutely iroein MuditionaTly. However, to avoid aunlicating in some some places and misslnfotbers entirely, we will pre Sst ona'free to each purchaser of 2oo dT&TeTcoSee, Spices ;or Star BakSg Powder, beginning Monday, pffiJSK a5d continuingunil 7lf1vIScan'tcaUortelephone,W border and itwiUbe prompOy ?.. ..liMirf St. Ww f , 1. If IB GLOYESl V . S. tiffs Si Ikii Mk KILLED BY A FALL. Mrs. D. H. Cargould's Neck Was Broken. She Lost Her Footing on the Stairs Death Instantaneous. Mrs.Xora Cargo uld, 113 Hall st. aged 60 years, met death in an un usual manner at 5 Saturday morn ing. While descending a flight of stairs at her home she miscd a step, fell to the floor, a distance of nine steps, and broke her neck. "When her relatives picked her up a moment later she was dead. ilrs. Cargould and husband had removed to Akron from Peninsula about two months ago. Besides her husband, D. H., three sons and two daughters survive her. They'.are: E. R., J. D. and S. J., and the Misses Margaret and Ada. Funeral Monday morning at St. "Vincent de Paul's church. OFFICERS Elected by Buckley Post Last Night- Encampment Delegates. Buckley post, G. A. E., elected of ficers last night as follows: Com mander, Eli Smith; senior vice com mander, J. H. Seymour; junior vice commander, R. L. Andrew; chap lain, J. B. Campbell; surgeon, S. W. Johnson; officer of the day, J. A. P. "Whitney; officer of the guard, A. T. Hawn; Quartermaster, Alex. Mc Laughlin; trustee of relief fund, M. T. Cutter; trustees of the post, D. P. "Wheeler, J. R. Mell, E. "W. Stuart. Messrs. O. L. McMillen, E. F. Taggart and Judge N. D. Tibbals were elected delegatos to the depart ment encampment at Ashland next June. Nemo lodge, I. O. O. F., elected of ficers Thursday night as follows: "W.H.Payne, N. G.; E. A. "White man, V.G.; E.J. Baugh, R. S.; "W. H. Rook sr., T. ; A. G. Keck, trustee; J. P. Jones, "W. A. Gostlin, "W. H. Rook sr. and F. D. Kidder, captains of degree teams; J. H. "Wagoner, F.' B. Initiation will take place next week. WEDDED On Thanksgiving Day Were Mr. May s and Miss Roussert. Mr. R. A. May and Miss Elizabeth M. Roussert were married at St. Bernard's church by Rev. J. B. Broun Thanksgiving day. Only the immediate" relatives of the bride wore present. Mr. May is the senior member of tho well known firm of May & Fiebeger. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Roussert, of 505 Wheeler street, and for some time has held a steno graphic position with the Arm of which Mr. May is a member. Mr. and Mrs. May will reside at 119 Crosby street. ON MONDAY Will American Strawboard Company , Begin Operation. Theplant of the American Straw board Company, at Barberton, will be put in active operation Mondtiy. Moro than 100 men .will be given em ployment. Everything indicates a prosperous run. . Board Expects a Suit. The Library Board last night de cided to wait awhile before paying the ?iC0 balance due the Chicago Library Bureau for furniture. The committee appointed to meet with F. H. "Watters, the Chicago firm's lawyer, had been unable to reach an agreement. The committee wants to deduct $50 from the bill' for the wiring of stacks, which was not done by the company. It is probable that there will be a law suit before the matter is settled. Other bills, ag gregating $500, were paid. LAST LINKS. FINED $10 AND COSTS Wm M. Johnston of Barberton, was fined $10 and costs in Justice Hard's court Wednesday afternoon for non-support of a child. HALF INTEREST Frank H. Motz, captain and first baseman of the Indianapolis base ball team, has bought a half interest in W. H. Motz & Co's ticket office and cigar stand at 109 E Mill st. Cannot Recover. . Mrs. Dr. Chas. Willgohs of Doyles town, is seriously ill and the doctors say she cannot recover. She is nbout 72 years old. H rU w JbL m m M u Va b i kjS SS..S? ra & I H fc, til ho su u VSSl -stcar ij M "With each Piano sale from today on we g ttttt r nTTrri T-Tsrr fe will biYJc rrurt: A FINE MUSIC CABINET. Call at once and select your Piano. Ill I SIR, noi HI HANGS I Goods sold for Cash or & Payments. Old instruments taken as p part payment. . f Oil Bin. 13 I S. Howard St. Photon 10c per Dozen. 1 11U 113 2or Bast Market st Opon Sundays. TAILOR-MADE GAHMEHTS We are making Tailor-made Gowns a specialty. Also remodel Jackets. Good-work and porfect-flt guaran teed. Ladles are invited to call and investigate our-work. INWARDS & HARMOH. 122 S. Howard, over Reld's shoe store. agf.qLaw Suits Kale to Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed Frank Ullrich, Tailor Cleaning:, Repairing: and Pressing: For Cneap Prices, Ccme and See Me. 2frO S. M ca-utrza i-cl st. f Over Mrs. Swartz's Wsar Store. YI ,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. AVI", will make loans from fa to $1,000 on "Watches, ' DJamonds, Household floods, l'lano-. Organs, Horses, "Wagons, Ci pr -me", Stori and Office Fixtures, MercL dlse, QIOC1.S, XJOUU3, ilWUAO, XllUlUlllg .voOCia- Hon Books, Insurance Policies, Items, Con tracts. WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY WHATEVER ANT) "WITHOUT REMOV ING THE3I FROM YOUR POBSESSIOX. Elegant Private Offices. ii'Seiili l Mil rtaa'cnan tin. tsorK, 193 South Howard St., SK1 Fhoae,IS22 and 812. Open evenings. K- O. T- IV1. EAiMc;trs30 jukcs.oE:rkavr Every Monday afternoon and evcnlncr. Children's class at 4 p in. Instructluns to adults 7 toSiSO. Geuer.il d lining until 11 Mrs. Bertha L.Chrl-tii. in. Instructor. . sin .WMiKi, innnger. J. W. J1KK, Assistant. SECOND Graad Dance Given by the Akron Saengerbund AT Amsrjoan Hal! . ON i-i n a olllll, uiilj. d Admission, 35c per couple. Everybody Invited. Default Taken. 'Squire Thomas gave F. F. Fenn defanlt judgment for $ 100 against the Street Fair Committee because his horse wa3 frightened to death by the Dragon. The judgment will be set aside. ; TJniversalist sale, dinners, suppers and entertainments Thursday and Friday, December 7 aud 8. PERSONALS. jtfr. Upton Andress, one of Ash land's prominent attarneys, is in Akron, the guest of his brother, at torney H. E. Andress. Alis ora B. Carmer of Cleveland, returned home Wednesday evening to attend the "wedding of Miss Nellie Corkins and to spend Thanksgiving at her home. 110 E. Chestnut st.. with . friends and relatives. liss Nellie Corkins and Joseph Walters were quietly married at her home 106 E. Chestnut st. Wednesday evening. They received many and various presents. Wm. Keller, Wm. Kash and Harry Simpson gave a dance at K. O. T. M. hall Friday night. About 50 colored couple were present and passed the evening very pleasantly. Members of the "Hot Old Time In Dixie" com pany took in the hop after the show. McFarland Kendall. The marriage of Wm. P. McFar land -and Mrs. Mattie Kendall wws solemnized at her residence 202 Wa bash ave. on Wednesday evening the 29ih, by Kev. B. C. Caywood. A large company of friends were gath ered and a splendid supper was served. Every room was brilliantly lighted, elaborately decorated with cut flowers, smilax and palms, and filled with guests. The bride and groom have an extended acquaint ance in Akron and many friends. Those present from out of town "were Mr. and Mrs. Stover, Miss Guy and Mrs. Newroth of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. E. Boot of Streeteboro, Mr. and Mrs. McGrew of Boston, Miss Bell Collins, the sister of the bride, and Mr. T. James of Springfield, O. The newly married people received many beautiful and costly presents. After spending a few weeks at the present home of the bride, they will take up their residence at 203 Woos ter ave. Robbery Reported. Miss Agnes Nowak of Cleveland, reported to the Akron police yester day that she, had -been robbed of two diamond rings "while on a train go ing from Cleveland to Akron, Thurs day. - The rings "were in a pocket book, which "was stolen. They "were valued at $190. The property has not been recovered. FRIDAY, Dec 8 -is- -, . Dr. Bigelow'a next date at RON and WADS WORTH. You can see aim at the Em pire House, Akron, from 8:34 a.m. to 12m and at the Koplln House, Wadsworth, from 1 to' 4 p.m., same day. On the above date the Doctor will do Daln- less extractine FREE. .Try him for one tooth at least and be sure to call early as his time is limited, Cleveland office, SIS Arcade. Toledo Office, 115 Summit st. THE TRANSVAAL HOUSE OF EEPRESENTATTVES. The volksraad in the house of representatives of the Transvaal, or South African Republic. , The handspme building in which the members meet la In Pretoria, tha capital of the republic. CALL. AND SELECT YOUB i Hoiito Edison Largest stock of Records in the Pity. 0. G. Brownell, Open Evenings. gaES3EE3l3SSE3taaSE3lSiE3t3SaE:t35a23BE3EOaSS i J. C. Day & Co. H THE CUTTERS HP Have Just Received a Fine Line of I Perfumes & Toilet Water ' FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE. M Call and see them before purchasing elsewhere. We can save you money. W3 Everything at a cut price. Wo 1 J. C. DAY & CO., II 210 West Marktt St., One square wast of Howard st. Christmas Furniture. Sideboards, Dining Tables, Dining Chairs, China Cabinets, Book Cases, Parlor Cabinets, Ladies' Desks, Fancy Kockers, Parlor Chairs, Parlor Tables, Library Tables Pedestal's, Piano Stools, Tabourettes, Couches, Brass Beds, Dressers, Shaving Cases, Leather Bockers, Leather Couches, Massive Sofas. LA.Barmore 182 South Main St. BLIZZARDS Coming With December. Period of Extreme Cold Weather Predicted. THIS IS THE MONTH OF XMAS. ,Don't it suggest to you the neces sity of ordering your OVERCOAT, SUIT .or TOP COAT at once? Let us be frank with you. We haye the right fabrics to select from. We know when.a Suit or Top Coat fits and it never leaves our hands unless it does. ' , 5You can come to us "with every confidence that you "will get "good work," and -we'll merely agree on price. I HALLER, Tho Tailor, 175 S. Howard st. ; ' . ' INSURANCE A Christmas Present Vich-TjjUlb? letter and loaeer appreciated than MniTi costlier trift: An Aetna life. AK-H3rattwuuentir Accident a thoughtful token yoor wit-aiiecuon.. ukaiul u. jix.vvi.iuiu, DUtrlct Atent, Everett Iralldlne. tel. 922. I RIERISHER HOF, -V w w ..y -. tvi. vikir-lll m.-..-. - Ho. S34 South Main Street Headquarters for German Landwehrvcreut. 'Domestic and Imported Wines. Honors and Clsars. . Presents FROM OUB STOCK OF 1 Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos, Violins, Music Boxes", Guitar Zithers, -Drums, Oases for all Instruments, Music Eolls, Phonographs and Graphophones. Tel. 1631. 207 Mill St. TO AKRON Will a Manufacturing Plant be Brought. Enterprise Manufacturing Company Buys New Haven Plant. Mr. Joseph E. Pflueger, of the En terprise Manufacturing Company, will leave this evening for New Haven, Conn., to super intend the moving of the company's automatically equip ped plant for the manufacturing of fish hooks and tackle to this city. The New Haven plant "was purchased by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company about a year ago. It is expected that the plant equip ment will be moved to Akron by the last of next "week and be in operation within three weeks. The addition will give employment to over 40 new men at the Enterprise Manufac turing company's plant. Ten experienced men will be brought here from New Haven. HEAVY LOSS On -the British Side In Modder River Battle. London, Dec. 2. (Special) The War office places the British casual ties at the battle of Modder river at 488 killed, wounded and missing. Holiday Goods At theBig Store of Little Prices. Big stock and new goods coming daily. Buy holiday gifts at J. J. BrasaemleVSc and 10c store. Form erly P. B. Smith's, 118 S. Howard st. The Inquisitive Tcncne. The curiosity of the tongue does not cause the human being so much trou ble as the' curiosity of the eye. But the tongue, within its limits, is the most curious of all. Let the dentist makn a change in the mouth, let him remove a tooth or re place -reith hjs admirable artifice one that has long been absent, let him change the 'form of a tooth by round tag off a corner or building up a cavity and see what the tongue will do. It wilj search out tnat place, taking, care ful and minute account of the change. Then it will linger near the place. If it is called to other duties, It comes back as soon as they are discharged" arid feels the changed place all over again, as if it had not explored and rummaged there already. It makes no difference that these re peated investigations presently cause annoyance to its supposed master, the man. The tongue In nothing more than Jn this matterproves that it Is an unruly member and will not be con trolled. It seems to have an original will and consciousness of Its own, and nothing will serve It except the fullest satisfac tion of its curiosity. It will wear itself out, perhaps. but it will find out all about 'the strange change. Boston of llUlUViiifU General Lee's, Modesty. A month or so after his surrender Qeneral Lee went one day to the store near his home in Powhatan county, Va., which served also as the post office. Everybody in the town was Instantly eager, to see him, and 5n a few moments the store was crowded. The general' was talking with the pro prietor about crops and other matters and appeared utterly unconscious of the fact that the gathering of the resi dents was due solely to his presence. Suddenly he realized that everybody was watching him and modestly said: "But I see I am keeping you from your many customers. Pardon me!" and at once withdrew. Ladles' Home Jour nal. . Martin's Way. Irishmen" are Inclined to word per verplon; bpt,,says a writer In The Nine teenth Century, the following descrip tion of slow speech which often de generated Into a stammer shows that occasionally they use the best words possible in explaining a thing: "Itjs a quare sort uv way Martin tallfeV said Pat "It's as if he tuk the wurds out uv his mouf an Inked at 'em before ho gives 'em to yez." Wood Tnr. "Yood tar is "still made as it was in tOO B. O. A bark is chosen and a bole dug, into which the wood is placed, covered with turf. A fire is lighted underneath, and the tar slowly drips into the' barrels to receive it. Altruism. She George, is that one of those ci gars I gave you on your birthday? He No; I'm saving those ror friends. my She You dear, self sacrificing, un selfish man! Ohio State Journal. .Caold In a Huff. "Our engagement is off again." "What's the matter now?" "I gave her a belt buckle with my photograph on it, and she uses it to fasten her dog's collar." Chicago Rec ord. On tbe Other Side. First fcnglisbman How ridiculous Archie dresses. Second Englishman Ah, but it's American, old chap, ye know. Phila delphia North Amciican. Above Knrthly III.. "What is a philosophers" "A philosopher Is a man who can pretend to have a. light heart when he has an empty pocketbook." Detroit Free Press. t The Feminine View of It. Mr. Watson (brutally) What makes you limp so? Shoes too small? Mrs. Watson (Icily) No; feet too large. Soaervllle Journal. TEN REASONS Why I expect to do a successful business in 111 ID 11 I st Guarantee everything I sell to give perfect satisfaction. 2nd Sell good goods and guarantee the prices. If you can duplicate same for less money, your money back. 3 r d One price andstrictly one price to everybody. ft"fcB"l Sell goods that are made in well-lighted and ventilated factories, and made by union labor. 5th The newest effects in seasonable merchan dise. S"thi Conduct business on a liberal, conscien tious basis. fchi Your money back cheerfully if you want it. 8th Just as anxious to exchange as to sell. 9th Court comparison in prices with any house in the city. BOth An American house doing American business. THESE Kindly bear in mind, and if you want to look at the MOST COMPLETE HOLIDAY LINE OF CLOTHING for MAN, YOUTH or CHILD. HATS Stiff and soft. CAPS Eur or cloth. SHIRTS White or colored. NECKWEAR Staple or fancy. UNDERWEAR-Wool or TBIBRELLAS Taffeta silk or cotton. gloria. MUFFLER Square or HANDKERCHIEFS Silk, Oxford. linen or cotton. HOSE Black, tan or fancy. GARTERS Silk or cotton. COLLARS Standing or CUFFS Link and plain. turndowns. I extend a cordial invitation for inspection. Henry J. Beirodin, High Art Clothier and Furnisher, 619 South Itlain St., Noar Exchange. .PIANOS.. IF INTERESTED in haying a. PIANO or any MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, it will pay you to visit our store. Every instrument we have sold here for the last 12 years gives the best of satisfaction, being that music is our profession, it is impossible for us to sell an instrument that does not please a'musician. On pianos we can 'save you from $50 to $75, as we buy 'direct only from first-class factories for spot cash. Terms cash or payments $5 to $10 a month. JOHN KRATZ IVIusio 236 and 238 South Howard Kxpenslve. Mattie Why, what a beautiful ring you have, dear! What did it cost you? Myra 3Iy liberty. It's my engage ment ring. New Orleans Times-Democrat nounGem Having sold a half interest in my business at 132 Wooster av., I wish to announce to my patrons that the store will hereafter be conducted by J. H. Case & Co. We carry a full line of drugs, chemicals patent medicines, paint and wall paper and everything to bo found in a first-class drug store. Our store is always in charge of competent persons, and in soliciting your patronage we will endeavor to please you with our goods and prices. J. H. CASE & CO., DRUGGISTS ' 132 Wooster Avenue. Constable's wcIIGb AT OR ABOUT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ON THE 4TH DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D..1S99, at the FOUN TAIN. HOUSE, on Wooster ave., in the township of Portage, county of Summit, I shall sell at public vendue the following property to-wit : Two Virginia Tame Deer and Crate, Taken as the property of Milton Cole on an attachment in favor of Jacob Werntz. GRANT BOWMAN, Constable. November 23, 1S99. I: REASONS st. Akron, 0. All the suitors for a girl's hand in Borneo are expected to be generous in their presents to her. These presents are never returned. Therefore the wily young lady defers as long as possible a positive selection of the happy man. f A V. vrs VTmlmto m w-v -'" i V. aVt . t ?,,,,- 4 fit, fv.-y v s -3fc.