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- ''""-""W WisWrilwa" "W '". -Wrv '"WSTfeyi 3 'Vit, if 'aV ;,,, ypvjFP y;rf r-Viffifwwwv 'r.-fj,t.- w Avngy-fi " rnr1 - - y, WKi n ?t-i? iffg; "yjivrv- "',T"r'M,jAM.ilS.;.'. rtprt7vT--r7S'-ri V yn:.-- ..i".-jxr: "'fl ''".vyi-H' 1 ''',kV",rr Wi!H.i i'WgrrX,',n ", 11 ; a, v "".';, rv AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 GEORGE C 11UGIIX ling opened a loal oirico at 625 East Mill st., (old Jtnndof T. W. McCue), and solicits Ilia trado of nil his friends nnd Cornier patrons. Estimates on nil kinds of stone work cheerfully given. Jobbing promptly dono. Telephone 3sr. umTAUT sAitcna academt...... rxleglnnirs Class Monday evenings, So'clockt Advance Class Wednesday evenlngs,so'ctock. l'rlvale Instruc tlons by nppolntmeut. Muslo fur nished for parties, etc. Hntl can be rented for dances, concert!, etc. Call at Academy betwoen 9 and 11 am. and Irs) to 4:10 p.m. w. A. Uarrou, re sidence, Mo, 7ui Enst Mill itreet. Money Money In nny Amount. 5 to 7 per cent. Unto of Interest depends mi ninount want ed nnd security oITcrcd. Call up 15 and find out our terms. No delay, If you wnnt money quick. THE WILCOX-BRUNER CO. Plumbing and Heating. Repairing steam nnd hot water sys tems and Bteam lktlng a specialty. Engelhart & Eckart SHAW'S PURE MALT. Perfect ns n boverago or medicine. It prevents chills nnd tones up tlio system, It oxhlloratcs and does not poison. Sold by Wm. Washer, Akron, O. Don't GO Out of Town to Ret ticket printed. My nyitem of print ing tickets without Joan to the customer Is not excelled hy nny printer on furtli. l'or tonal supervision if tlio en tiro work liy tlio proprietor himself li tlio way H lidonont UMssDIUCIJ. Cllvo mo ourneit order, fnrse or iinnll I wtU hi in rant co frntlsfnctlnn. In other wordt, I will pny rush value fur tickets printed nt thin oiilce which wore not sold oy auuionzeu penoni. .Job Printing: OECO. 0.JAOKSON Safety Ticket Trlntcr, 105 Main st. Everett liuiMlnff. Tel. 24 1. buy your coal or Goo. M- Pugglos, deaieu in Vfep8i!s. OoaB, Office: PUirc SI., 1 doors cast of N. Howard M., near Valley Depot. VZ.. O. T. tVJ. DAIMOINO AOAOEMV llu r,v Monitii,, tifbirliomi unci evonlng. Cliliilrrn lIiion nr 4 p.tn. Instruction!, to mlulls 7 tn rt.ji. !cnml ilnuclnii until 11' Mrs. Uerthil I Clirl.tmiin, Instructor. HID Miilir.V. Manager, J, W. Mill!, Assistant, NOTIOtX... For hracs, rrescrlstioas, Faacy Artlclei and Clears come to tbe Now DruK Storo At Ilo. 1 121 9. Mala at., Tel. 1173 ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor Hill mUDBli) And Must Soil "I'acu Arc Slubborn Things." Our prices nnd grades of Lumber, Shingles, l.atli, Hush, Doors, etc., lire tlio Lawoatand Bast Wo Invito your Inspection. Telo jiliono 274. WILSON LUMBER CO. 8SI1 B. .Main st., opp. Mnrkot House. Are You Going to Have Your Picture Taken Or one enlarged or entiled? If you uro don't full to look over our mninuiotii display before you liavo It dona. We have the Photographs We have the Crayons We have the Pastels We have tue Water Colors All artistically arranged on our walls, tlio best that moiioy enn buy, and hist but not least wo nro tlio pooplo to buy or, bo- cause you will get the highest f quality mm uost satisfaction, I A. A. BESAW j Photographer ana Portrait Arllst fr lt&l4iWi"H$Wttt FIRST, and THIRD TUESDAYS EACH MONTH .BY Tim,., Louisville & Nashville Railroad Write lot InfumtHen to C P. ATUOKE, C. P. A., . . 10VISV0.U, KY. Pens. Lines Shortest and Quickest Route between Akron nnd New York. Commencing Hunttny, Dec. 10, train leaves Akron a:27p.m., ar rives New York 7:30 a.m. 'l'hono C. D, Honodlo, ticket ngent, Union de pot, ngont for sleeping enr reservation, CHEAP TRIPS SOUTH ANNIVERSARY Of North Springfield Presbyterian ChurchLiterary Meeting. North Snrlnefleld. Dee. in The POthatinlvorsnryoftho North Spring Held 1'resbyterlnn church was duly observed on Saturday last. The at tendance was large nnd nil of tho ex orcises wero appreciated. Tlio roll call developed that there wero 160 members, many responding with re marks nnd quotations of scripture. cotters oi rcgrot were rccolved from those who wore unnblo to be nrescut on account of Infirmity, tllstnnco. etc. j sumptuous dinner wns served nnd nil went merry ns a mnrrlngo bell. Tho nnntinl business moetlngof the church wns held Saturday afternoon. Following aro tho olllcers elected for tho ensuing years Trustee, I,. O. llrlttaln; chorister, Mrs. Anna Horn bergor; assistant chorister, F. W. McChesney; organist, Miss Jessie Kwnrt;nBilstniit organist, Miss Edna AVelch; ushers, P. U. Kwnrt nnd 0. II. Welsh. Christmas exorcises will bo held nt the church Christmas evening. A grand time Is antici pated. Tlio Lako Mutual Insurance Co. will hold its nnnunl mooting nt Unlontown on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 1 p.m. Amendments to the consti tution will ho offered and olllcers olectod for 11)00. The literary society that was held at tho town hall at this place Inst Friday evonlng was n success. Tho question, "Resolved, thnt liquor causes inoro misery thnn ar," was tho subject of n llvoly debate. Tho afllrmativo won. Tho society will meet every two woeks on Fri day night. A drama will ho played by tho young pooplo nt the next mooting. Fels-Naptha soap is as good for the clothes as it is for the washer. 5c ; and the 5c back from your grocer if not satisfac tory. r.li 2c Co, maV.ra, Philadelphia. NIMISILA. Mrs. Mary Foltz Stricken with Para lysisCondition Serious. Nlmlslla, Doc. 18. Knight Hum bort of Akron spent Sunday with his mother. Last Saturday ovonlng Mrs. Mary Foltz was stricken with tinralysls, while in her yard. Neighbors went to hor assistance, carrying hor In nnd nutting her to bed. Mrs. Foltz Is no better at this writing. She Is being enrod for by hor children. 1'ny day nt tho mines last Satur day. Mr. Thomas Dixon sold Ids house hold goods at publla snle last Batur ilny afternoon, preparatory to his de parture toV Irglnla. Mrs. John Iliitlor ontortalnod four lady friends from Akron last Sun day. The Union Kndoavor mooting nt tho Iiiitlioran church last Sunday ovonlng had n bettor nttendnnce thnn usual. Owing to a chaniro In tlio t.lmo of holding tho Good OltlzonshlpLoaguo, a mooting win no limit noxt Tliurs day ovonfiigln tho Ileformod oliurcli. Mrs. Hani Swlgart and children of Clinton spent Sunday with Mrs. Fnnnlo Marsh. Mlstt Myrtle Kaufman spent Satur day ami Sunday with frlonds at Clinton. Tho U. 1C. church Is holding a sor los of mooting. A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. Twenty-five Yoari' Constant Use Without a Failure. Tho first indication of croup Is honrsenosB, nnd In n child subject to thatdiHoaso it may ho taken ns a sure sign of tlio approach of an at tack. Following this hnnrsonoss is a peculiar rough cough, If Chain- horlalu a Cough llomedy Is given ns soon ns tho child bconuioH hoarse, or oven after tho oroupy cough appears, It will prevent the attack. It Is used in many thousands of homes In this broad land and never disappoints tho anxious mothers. Wo have yet to learn nnlnglo Instance In which It has not proved ofToctunl. No othor preparation can show such 11 record tweiity-llvo yoarB' constant tiso without a failure. For snlo by all druggists. K. Stolubnchor .t Co., wholesale ngouts. SUFFIELD. Sheriff and Mrs. L. M. I,nni nnd daughters, Miss Mabel and baby Josephine, of Itavoinia, camo In town naturally aim remniiieii until Sunday tho guests of Fred Oeldllng tir and family. Tho 0. 13. social Friday evening wns fairly well attended, and was a very frolndly and social gathering. II. F. Hhodes and fanillv attended tho Funnels' Institute at Hiiudolph, Saturday. William Krelnborg Is going to move to Akron In the near future. Mrs.Carrlo NowliMier Is going to Akron n few days this week. On account of tho lucleineuoy of tho weather, the union meeting of tho Haiidolpli and Sullleld C. K. so cieties was pot very largely attend ed. Howovcr, tliu meeting was a veiy interesting and successful una. llutcliorlng is tho general nrugram among tho residents In this com munity. Miss Kva (Irnho was In Akron, Haturdny. Mrs. J.O. Kelster is on the sick list. II. W. Layman wnB In Akron, Fri day, A W.O.T.U, social will be held at tho homo of Mrs, Norn Frlt;h, Fri day ovonlng. All nro cordlnllv In vlted. I.lg)it refreshments will bo served. For Morbid C'ondlllom lake llrrcilAX's J'llli. FOUR CASES 01 Typhoid Fever at Doylestown Other Notes. iniii.nuiwii, jfcteuiuer lil. flir. Henry Hayslngljr nnd wife spout Miuiikiuj ii( iiiiuaiti, Mr, Albert Kennedy of Young town, snent Tliankmrlvliiir with Mr. and Mrs. William Mnrnln. Mrs. Albert Kloln of Bnrlncllokl. O., Is visiting with hor nnrents. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Whitman. f.The Woman's Foreign Missionary Bocicty iiL-iu tneir ia?t meetiiig at I lie home of Mib. W. J, Cameron on Friday. Khv. K. W. J. Lludesmlth Is at tending tlio mission nt St. Mary's at Sterling this week. Mrs. Jacob Koehlor spent Sunday in Cleveland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Italnli Mvors nnd child of Itldgovillo lnil. is visiting witli her mother, Mrs. James Frank. Mrs. Peter Whitman was the guest of friends and relatives at Sterling over Sunday. uncio josirs neturo company" will bo nt the town hall on Saturday evening. Dec. 10. Mrs. Dona Martin of Cnrdlngtnn is visiting with her parents. Thero nro tour cases of typhoid fovor in town. Mrs. Tlllle Whitman spent Sunday In Cleveland, tho cueht of of her sis ter Clnrn. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup la tho Remedy on which you enn depend for the euro of a protracted cough or lung nflcctlon, brought on by oxposuro to cold, It is the most excellent med icine sold. A bottle costs only i!o cents. 10 DEATH Of One ot tho Aged Residents of Metz-93 Years Old. Metz, Dec. 13. Will Dox of Cleve land, and somo friends are visiting Ills mother. Itnv. Huston of Struthors. occu pied the pulpit here Sunday. Wm. Wade nnd family moved to John Housloy's farm Wednesday. Alexander Fonton died nt the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Sadler, Dec. 1), aged 05 years. Tho burial was at Ureon, Trumbull county. Ho leaves three children Mrs. Qnrlln. nf ,fnl.i If. A Inlm.nii ,f IUUIU, V. .HUM. 11. ID. ll .Mjlllini'll Ul Oiistavus.and Mrs. Amer Donaldson of Mllford Center. A Tlaer'a Illte. I have mora than once heard of 0 man defending himself from the on slaught of a lion or tiger by thrusting his rifle barrels down Its throat hi the last resort. Poor Major Bandbnch of tlio artillery came to Ids (lenth hi So raallland a few years ago In attoinptlng to thus hold oft a lioness, which never theless managed to Inflict on his hand and nrm bites which proved fatal. A curious story of the same 1,1ml comes from the Kharjdwn district of northern India. Mr. Daylcy, also an artillery officer, was charged by a wounded tiger which he was following up. Ilo missed It with his first barrel, and tho second fulled to go off. Tho tiger t-prang, and Mr. Ilayley jumped to ono side, thrust ing out his rifle to keep the brute, off. The tiger, it Is stated, Belzed the bar rels nnd drove his teeth through them and, being uuablo to withdraw thcra, wns shot hy Captain Harrison, Mr. Ituyley's companion. In his death struggle the tiger drag ged tho rifle from tho owner's hands, and the jar caused by the stock strik ing tho ground broko oft two teeth which were Imbedded In the steel. This story is said to be absolutely truo; but, with tho profoundest icspect for the strength of tlio tiger's jaws and teeth, I venture to think It wants explana tion. London Sketch. Wnnirn nf n Dutch Vlllnse. Tho village women nf Holland take special care to keep the tips of their Wilto lnce bonds stiff with starch, which li ns necessary a perfection In their toilet as polished linen nnd spot less cnllnrs with ours. This dcllcato hood Is worn over n black skullcap that fits tho closely clipped head very much like tho headgenr of a 111111. Tho elderly women, willows, often wear n stuiw bonnet over It. A Jacket of datk blue, with n breostplecc of cream cloth and dark blue border of the immo cloth nt tho hips, constitutes tho dress of the women and the girls. The skirts protrude nt tho hips In a grotesque fashion on account of the many flannels which they wind about tho body, evidently a fml with them us with many peasants of tho lllack forest, where tho custom prevails to wear as many skirts as the spare box will allow, adding at least ono slilrt every year. They all dress alike, and tho talk about dress therefore does not slip Into their conversations, and on that Bcoro they aio at eternal pence with ono another, for no change of dress has oecurred ainoug them for centuries nml will not for years to come. Doiiahoo's. Dnrtnernte Cockner. Tho lnngungo of the lower Londoner Is changing; "(letch trine?" "Now. Trine gnwn, cnt ItJ" ' Tuuislntod: ' "fid your train?" "No. Train gone, hasn't It?" Kut (the old ain't), keenu to cover isn't, wasn't, weren't has, hasn't, have, haven't, lind, hadn't. Notts and Que ries. "1 saw him Mm you Just before he wns leaving," unlit the sour vlauged mint, and she said It In n regular dull th ml tone. "Yes, auntie." "Well, I eun realize that It would be tho Inst thing he would think of." And she sailed out as though she hail Bcored every possible point. Detroit Free Press. There' is a Class of People Who nra Injured by tho tue of eof fee. Itocrntly tlmro lias been placed hi nil tho grocery stores it new prep aration called Ult.UN.O, made of pure gmliis, that tulis the plnco ot eolfcc. The most delicate stom tch re. relies it without distress, ami hut few ran tell It from coffee. It does not cot oi cr J ns much. Children nut) drink It with groat ben eflt. 15 cents and 25 centa per pack, age. Try It. Ask for OltAIN-O. Try Qrain-O ! Insist Ihst jour argcer I, ti you GHAIN-O 4TVV ft B'W SUiSlSSLiyU THE HEALTH HABIT iusl as Easy lo Form at Any Other, Wo do not deliberately form our pot habits, but tboy mo unconsolous ly acquired nnd grow as wo grow, and by tlio tlnio wo lenrn tboy aro buitlngus, wo find thorn too strong to be easily biokcn. Then, why not form a good habit, a habit which will counteract tho many bad ones. In other words con tract tho unfashionable habit of be ing always well. The best health habit to got Into Is to have and keep n vigorous stomach ; If you liavo n healthy digestion you can drink yourboloved collee, sinoko your rnvorlto brnnd of tobacco, with llttloorno harm; tlio mischief bo gins whon theso things nro forced upon the faithful btomnch, without any nsslstnnce. Form tho habit of taking after meals some linimless but olllcient dlgestlvo which will rellovo tho stomach of bo much extra work. Naturo furnishes us with such digestives nnd when they nro com bined In such a pleasant preparation as Stunrt's Dyspepsia Tablets, thoy glvo tho ovorworked Btomnch Just tho necessary asslstnnco to secute perfect digestion without any of the harmful oifects of cathartics nnd similar drugs. Tho habit of taking Sturt's Dys pepsia Tnblots after meals is as nteossnryto tho weak stomach as rood itsctf.nnd Indeed lo get the bone fit from food eaten, nothing hotter and certnlnly nothing safer can be used. Many families consider Stunrt's Tablets ns essential In tho liouso as knives nnd forks. Thoy consist entirely of natural digestive principles without tho ef fect or characteristics of drugs: they liavo no cathartic action, but simply gu to work on tho food oaten nnd digest it. 'lake Into account your bad habits and tho expense they entail nnd thon Invest Mo in n box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and seo If your di gestion for tho next month is not vastly Improvod. Ask tho clork In nuy drug storo the namo of the most successful and popular stomach remedy and bo will say "Stuart's." Accuracy. The Idea that a stilct fidelity to truth demands ncctirncy Is one which Is seldom entertained, but until wo re ceive it as a principle and embody It In action we shall never attain n high degree of truthfulnesj. , WHEH IN D0UDT.TRY r Thtv hiva tftllrltrt Intrif vr. and hava cured thouianiii el caieiof Nervoui I)iicatti,tuc)i ai Debility, Din Ineti. fake pie 1 1 nenn J Varicocele, Atropliy.tSo They clear the braln.itretntrnri ue circulation, mane uigeiucn peiTect, ftttj impart a healthy vigor to the wholo being. All dralna sod lonei rue cnecVed If mniT Atraln f'rmanttttty. Unleii patient lUUliKflgalll ar. nrni.er.veuri'.i. their condi tion often worries them In to Iota n I ly, Coniun.) ttot? or Death. Mailed aeated. Tries It per box 6 boxei. vlvh Iron-clad legal guarantee to cure or lefurid th money, ft oo. Vod for free book, .Addreu, PEAL MEDICINE CO.. Cleveland, v.. A. Warner, druftKlAt'-JOa 13. Market. DRINK' IT'S THE BEST BREWED v Blend most soflly flilP;, play most effectively over $ cijoiba festive scene when thrown tVj uy waxen cumiics. Tho light that heightens beauty'j charm, thnt git es the fitllillA.l 4maA1. 1- it. J. .-) room or tlinlnrr tnnnt In fit mellow glow or wum IU all COIOrS UUU BUUUC3 to lnnuotiizc whh any interior hat';tnfs or tlccorotloua. Cf,l l- -II -i J -1....1-- STfiNnnnn nil r.n. J3 For ato overywliere. slrsl5 A Handsome Publication, "The Emplro ol Ins sown, issuoa uy mo somnern nauway, tl'rl.a V,,,,lrn ,t l.n Cmtll, ,t n.,n page book, handsoniely illustrated, witli most complete Information ever compiled regarding tho South and im imiunuieH is a vaiuuuie nuuitiou to any library. rrii1a lmnlr 1c luetiArl tii, llin Oi,,t- orn Hallway, having boon compiled nt a lurgo oxpenso, and it Is the iiiiiKisniiiost puoiication or tue Kind over gotten out. fmiV ivlll n fnrwn.iln.l v,,.t 1 .. to any nddross upon application to ,ii, iiiiiv,Huiniiai passongor agent, Washington, 1). 0., with lo cents to cover postage Hunting nnd fishing books, "Lnnd (if thM KtfVt Tin,l,lntn l,,na nn,l other illustrated liternturo mailed ireo to nny ntitirt ss by, J. O. Ileum, Jr., N. W. P. A., 80 Adams St., Chicago, 111, C. A. llalrd, 210 Fourth nvo., Louis ville, Ky. Wm. H. Tnyloo, Asst. General Passenger Agont ' oulsvlllo, Ky. Jttjmrati fn ms BuTOarats S3BHBSSEmB ZV. Nii i I L WhMMMifFF r'tjvs v trn Minn man ivias& Uf.mmfivusfi: PEOPLE OF THE DAY. A London dispatch snys Prlncees fnlrn-Salui wants to go to Pretoria to mu so tho wounded. She attempted to send n message to President Kru ger, but the censor nt London, stopped tho message. The princess, who was rnutCEss salm-salm. one of the enrly members of tbe Ttcd Cross, says that organization covers neutral ground, and she doesn't uitud which side sho serves In the African war. Sho declares that she went from her home In (lerniany to London for tho purpose of getting through to Pre toria. PrlnccBs Salm-Salm Is a. natltc of this country and was prominently Iden tified with the Union cause during the civil war. Uosernor Yates of Illinois gave her a captain's commission. She Is the widow of Prince Salm-Salm, who was colonel of the Eighth New Vorlr, and retained the colors of that regiment ot tho close of the war. On a recent visit to the United States the princess restored tbe flag to the L'lgbtb regiment. A Great Solcntfflc Discoverer, One ot the few Englishmen whose name Is known all over tbe world for his scientific discoveries Is Professor D. K. Hughes. Ills printing telegraph Instrument, now In use throughout the continent, dates from 18."; his micro phone dates from a paper read to tbe ltoyal society May 0, 1878; his discov ery of the remedy for Induction and cross talk on telephone wires by the use of twisted wire arrangements, now universally used, from Match 12, 1870; his Induction balance from May S, 1670, Since then ho has read numer ous papers befoic the ltoyal society and elsewhere upon magnetism and tho like. Ills wholo early career was devoted to establishing Ids printing telegraph Instrument on nil tho Impor tant telegraph lines of tho continent, for which tho different governments have bestowed upon him nine of their highest decorations. He very gener ously abandoned to tho public his rights over the celebrated microphone, out of which he might havo made a fortune, The Admiral, son, A great deal has been said and printed pro and con on the subject of tho transfers of ownership In tho "Dowey bouse" In Washington, tho title to which Is now vested In Ueorge Goodwin Dewey, Tho liouso was a gift to the admiral from more than 110,000 of his admirers, who subscribed OIORGB ooodwi.v DnvET, the sum of Jf50,uoo for Its pnrchnse. The admiral deeded It to his wife, nnd sho In turn gave It to tho admiral's son, Its present owner. The admiral was for n time misun derstood, and a great many condemn ed his action In putting with tho house, but hasty judgments bnve been rovls ed, and the general consensus ot opin ion now Is that If the admiral Is satis tied everybody else should be, and tho incident Is closed. The Cmr'a Illnc The cznr of Itussla Is said to bo very superstitious and to hate great conn dence In lellcs. He wears a ring In which he believes Is Imbedded n piece of the truo cross. It was oilglnally one of tlio treasures of the Vatican and was presented to au ancestor of the cznr for diplomatic reasons. The value which the czar sets upon tbe ring with too Imbedded relic Is shown by the fol lowing fact: Some years ago the czar was traveling from SI. Peteisburg to Moscow, Ilo suddenly discovered that ho had forgotten the ring. The train was stopped Immediately and a spe cial messenger sent flying back on nn .express engine for It. Nor would the czar allow the train to move until sev eral hours afterward, when the mes senger returned with the ring. Post nnd Men. The puppy, ns such, thinks ovcry one Is his friend. As he grows up ho curbs his enthuilasm. When an old dog with gray 'jowls, be only glares at peoplo Who call to him. Human beings havo many canine traits, Including four teeth of the sort used by man's best friend. Now York World. Quick Is the succession of human events. The cares of today are seldom tho cores of tomorrow, nnd when wo He down at night we may say to most of our troubles, "Ye have done your worst, nnd we shall meet no mora." I1L w tfp& if sissitrSljka A 17 in (Corrected Docombor 14, 1899.) WHOLESALE PRICES. Grain. Wheat, por bu. 67o. Rye, por bu., COc. Oats, per bu., 20c. Corn, shelled, por bu., 85c. Knr corn, per bu., 15 to 17c. Corn, crnclied, J15.00 per ton. Seeds. Clover (lnigo), per bu, $3.50 to $4.25 Clover (small), por bu, flMjO to $4.25 Clover, crimson, per bu, $3.00 Clover, white, por bu, $7. Clover, alslke, $5 Timothy, per bit, $1.00 to $1.25 Mill Feed-Chop. Corn, oats nnd bnrlcy, por cwt.,85o Corn nnd oats, per cwt., 80c. Middollngs, per cwt., No. 1, 95c. II run, por cwt, "Go Flour. Spring wheat, per sack, $1.25 City brands, per sack, $1.00 to $1.10 Ityo flour, per Eiick, $1.00 Graham flour, per back, 10-lb, SOo Hay. Timothy, No. 1 baled per ton, $13.00 Timothy, No. 1 bulk per ton, $9. Clover ami timothy, No. 1 baled per ton, 9JS to $10. uiover nnu timouiy, jno. 1 bulk per ton, $10.50 to $11 Clovor, No. 1 baled por ton, $9.00 Clover, No. 1 bulk por ton, $9 Straw. Wheat, bnled por ton, $5. Whent, bulk por ton, $5 Oats, baled por ton, $4.50 Oats, bulk por ton, $1.50 Hyo, per lou,$ 0. Bye, bmidlo, $11 por ton Meats. Hoof, ltvo per lb, 3 to ba Heof , dressed per lb, 0 to 8Jo Pork, llvo per lb ii4 to 4o Pork, dressed per lb G to GJo Mutton, live per lb &H to 4io Mutton, dressed por lb Go Lamb, d rented por lb 84o Lamb, llvo por lb i to 5o Veal, llvo per lb 4 to 5 Veal, dressed per lb 8 toSJc Ham, cured per lb fW to loo Shoulder, cured per lb 7c llncon, cured per lb 8 to o Ueef, dried por lb 10 to 10c Hides. Curod, beef No 1, per lb lO'o Cured, beef No 2, por lb OJ-io Groon, beef No 1, por lb 8jc Green, beef No 2, per lb 7Jo Cured, culf No 1, per lb lie Cured, cnlf No 2, por lb 10c Groen, cnlf Np 1, por lb 10Vc Greon, cnlf No 2, per lb OJo Sheep pelts. 75o to $1.00 Tallow per lb, 4 to 4Ko Farm Produce. Utitter, JC'tln crenmory, per lb, 23c Iltltter, country, per lb, 18 to 20c Butter, cooking, per lb, 12o Lnrd, country, per lb, 0 and OJso Lard, city, per lb, 0Jo Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz 23o CliickonH, live, por lb 7 to 8c Chickens, dressed, per lb 8 to lOo Turkeys, dressed 10 to llio Ducks, dressed 10 to Via Potntoos, per bu 85 to 40c Navy honns, per bu, $2.15 Marrowfat beans, per bu, $2.50 Maplo syrup, per gal, 70 to 75o Onions, por bu, 40o RETAIL PRICES. Iltltter, Elgin croamery, por lb, 32o Iltltter, country , per lb, 25c Huttor, cooking, per lb, 10 to 15c Ilutterlne, per lb, 18 to 20o Oleuinargnrlne, per lb, 20o .Lard, country, per lb, lOo Lard, city, peril), 10c Lnrd, compound, nor lb, 8o Eggs, Mrlctly fresli per doz, 2So Chickens, llvo pur lb, 10 to lie Chlekons, dieused per lb, 18c Turkeys, dreshed 15o Ducks, dressed lllo Potatoes, per bu, BOo Oats, ppr bu, 30 to 32o Com, ear, per bu, 25o Corn, sbolled, per bu, 40o Corn, cracked, por lb, lo Hay, bnlluil, por owt, 75o Straw, bnled, per owt, 35o Onions, por bushel $100 Colery, per bunch lOo Cheese. York State, per lb, ISc. Swiss, per lb, lhc. Full cream, per lb, lOo Miscellaneous. Salt, nor bbl, Wadswortli $1.10. N. Y. $1.16 Hock salt, por lb, lo Oil meal, per lb, 2o Crushed oyster shells, fioc a cwt. Crushed bone, per lb, 2fc Lliibocd oil, boiled por gnl, 52o I.lnseul oil, inw per gnl, 60c. Turpentine, pur gal, too Wliito Lend per cwt, $(!. Nails', 8d wlro common per owt. $3.00 .Nans, 8tt stcoi cut common per cwt $3..35 jNalis, tju cut common per cv.'t,?a.ou Lumber. Spring chlekons, 7 to 8o Spring chickens 12u lb Hemlock bill stull $10 por m Norwny bill fitull $23 por m Yollow nlno siding No. I $27 nor m Yellow pluo flooring No. 1 common $25 per m xonow pine ceiling no. x -i per m White ptne lath No. 1, $8.00 uer m White plno lath No. 2 $5.B0 per 1000 Clear red cedar shingles $3.50 per 1000. Clear hemlock shingles $2,75 per 1U0U. DON'T BUY LUMBER Until you get our prloos and see our grades. The Hankey Lumber Co., Wholesale and retail dealers la ..iUVUIVIIBEFS.. And inrmufaoturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc 101. South riala St. - Akron, O. Pbone 27. llnnaoDl Cab Ani.nltle.. "It appears that there's a fashlon nble and an unfnshlonaUe way of sitting In a hansom cab." "I suppose the unfashlonablo way Is to let your feet hang over tho dasb board." Cleveland Putin Dealer, RAILROAD TIME TABLES Dally) nit others dally exetpt Sunday, Central standard Time. CLEVELAND, AKItON A COLUMBUS. Union Depot, Market St. Going North. No. 27f riolnrnhus express. . 11:0 am No. 8 From Mllleraburg only..... 10:?? am No. 8f Columbus fast mull...,,.,...,. 4115 pm Going South. No. !f Col-Oln. fa.t mall ...,...., 0:r,1im No.iw ToAtlllersburgonlr ... StiSpm N0.2S Clol.-OIn. ezpross (f) ..... 9:07 pin EIUB ItAir.ROAD CO. Xrla Depot, Mill at. Time Oardi Dm. II, 1833. Going West. Express .,...........- Limited Tstlbn(a..., Ta IVsnn ntnl No No ... 8:89 pm aH 7:0(1 am ... 9:SI1 am ,.: pm m 6:62 pm m tlio am No II No IS Huntington special (ff )..., No t Pacino Tnr... No 7 Aocommodatlon.HMM.mH Going ffast. No Limited vestibule ,..... No 1 Kipreis...MH ,.... . UN am . 8.M am ,13:60 pm . 4:20 pm ao ' new xoricspeoial... No 1st Cnautauqna express. Vrt M A Aftn,n,n.,a ,,nn H) Except Monday an"d"dys"a! ... :w pm ifter bolt- UBB, WHEEL1NO LAKE ERIE rl'T, Myron T. Herrlok, Ilobert Itllekeuderler, reeslTsrs. Time eardi Nor, IT, 1st. Hoi NoH Mot am Toledo (Union depoi)Lv Till Spencer .... ...10:1 'xsll 101S1 nril.nn 1wo Orrvllle...,. stasslllon ..... ,, Valley Junotlon,.,. Wbeilng.... Wbeellng . Valter Junction Uaselllnn , , Orrvllle ..... Creiton....,..,,..,.,... Lodl . mis am 1:60 Site 0:M 11:50 ... I3:t9 ..Ar 8:5S No4 .XT 6:so am ...... 8:00 . 8:80 t:30 : ,.10:) Noe 10:00 am 1S:6S pm 1:60 1:33 3:l 8:08 8:18 4:80 peucer J0:is roledo (Union denot).Ar 1:30 pm xx. x,. xiootn. General Trafflo Manager, J,F, Townsend, Assistant General Passenger Agent. riTTHHUHG A -WKHTEHN R. B. In ellect Nov.lO.lWI. " Union Depot, Market street. Leave for the last. No. 8 Vestibule limited l:ESnm No. 4St l'lttsburg oxpiesB 0:40 am No. 4 l'ltuhurK mnll luopm No. 10 Washington JZxpross from O. T. & V. It. it. Hon urd st. stntion 4 :M pm Arrive from tbe East. yo. 8 Western malL m ,ll:S3Am No. 47 Cbtcftjto exprcsss w. 7:26 pm No. 6 Vestibule limited , U:0S pm No. y Cliwt. Kxpress, r. O. T.A V. It. Howard e.. station H. 0:80 am BALTIMORE & OHIO. In etToct Nov. 19, 1999, Union Depot. Depart West. 6 Vestibule limited ., HillSpm 7 Akroii-Chlcngo fast mall 10:10 am 47 Chlcato express. 7:60 pm Arrive from tho west. 0 VGAtlbulallmttwl l:nni,m 4flf riitsburgoxpress 6:33 am o v.uieuBu-AKron last maii ...... o;iu pm a, t. & v. n. n, Golnir North. How. St. Union East Akron. 8:20 am 9:10 am 13:41pm 4:68 put 8:17 pm xjepoi. 6:66 nm 9:20 um ...l :10 pm 0:18 pin Depot, No 40 No 4 No ! No lrt 6:49 am 0:05 nm 1:00 pm 4:66 pm No 8 , e.-'o pm 0:12 pxa Golnft South No 7 No 8 . om.is urn 19?ni mm Oi.l.ll, ViUJIIIU 9:10 am 12:37 pm NO No No '.!.".".".' :20 pm 4 :B3 pm iz.zupin 4::: iaily ..., iu :m pm inic pm 11:213 pm 7:3pm 7:50 nra 8.00pm except, Sunday from union Depot 11:28 pm Di THH NOHT1IE11N OHIO RAILROAD. TlmeCura. Deo. 10, 1888. Depot North Mnln Street. Oeprt No. 1 w ,, 7:M am NO. 11 . 11:00 nm Arrive No, S.....,..... .,... 4:20 pm No. 1J... 13;16 urn TIIK NOUTnERN OHIO TRACTION CO. Tho A., B. & O. Railroad. WAltlns Room, North Howard St. Time Card. Nov. 'JO, WW. Cam for Cleveland ltmva enrnar irnwArti and Market (ttH. M?ry hour from 6:80 a.m. to :.w p.in nnd to 10:bu p.m. Hnturdays and tiundns &.) n.ni. 6:.W a.m.. and everv li mi nour to 7 p.m., Hpm., u p.m. and 10:80 p.m. FIRE ALARM CALLS. 1 Central Engine House 2 Buckeye Works B Akron Iron AVorks 4 Diamond Rubber Works & Main nnd Mnrkot 6 No 2 Knglno House, Sixth ward 7 N Broadway, near Market 8 Buchtol av and Ilowery 9 Schumacher Mill, Mill it 12 Prospect, near Mill 13 Furnace and Broadway U Main and Keck 15 Ash and I'ark Place 16 No 3 F.nglno House, West Hill 17 Carroll nnd Exchange 18 Emp ro Mower and Reaper Wki 10 Ak on Rubber Works 21 Prospect and Perkins 23 Forgo nnd Market 21 Sherman near Exchange) 25 Mnln and Exohange 20 North Howard ami Tallmadg 27 W Market nnd Greene 28 Akron Knife works 20 Washington and Hopp alley 81 North Ifoward and North 32 E Mnrkot and Spruce 34 W Market nnd Valley , 85 Carroll nnd Snlcer 33 Carroll nnd Sumner 87 North and Arlington 88 Vine and Fountain 89 Coburn and Campbell 41 Wooster nv nnd Locust 42 Pearl, near Cistern 43 S Main and Fnlor 45 College nnd Mill 40 Alllngton nnd Haiti 47 Howe nnd Bowery 48 West South 40 Merrill pottory, State st 61 Hownrd nnd Cherry 52 No. 4 Engine house, Main 4 Fait 63 Center st. railroad crossing 54 Buchtol av. and Union 50 Akron Stoneware Co., Sixth ward 67 Lods and Turner 68 Perkins nnd Adolph ave 69 Main, near Odd Fellows Temple 01 Case ave nnd Kent 02 Sloberllng Mill, Sixth ward 03 Johnston and Champlaln 64 Akron Sewer Pipe Co.,BIack mill 65 Hill Sewer Pipe Co, E. Market 67 Carroll and E. Market OS Sccon i are and Valley railroad C9 Johnson and Wilson 71 Gran and Cross 72 North and Maple 73 Werner Printing Co 74 North Urlon, near Bluff 76 Robinson Bros, N Forgo st 76 The Whltmore, Robinson Co 81 Western Linoleum Co 82 Summit Sewer Pip Co 83 Allyn and Cross 84 Thornton nnd Harvard 85 The J O MoNeal Boiler Works fit Cereal Mills, S Howard st 02 Sohumauber Cooper Shop, North Broadway 121 General Alarm i 128 Sliver and Hickory lor, W MrV and Rhode ar m Henn.r'sBrosray.KTtm s S41 Sherman and Vorla 251 Cedar and Wabaah av 258 W Kxohanirsj. near Willow B12 Cascade tills, N Howard 814 Firs Chl.f's Residence 321 Adams and Upson 811 Balch and Market 842 Maple, opposite Baloh 846 Bltlmnn and Crosby 851 Exchnngs and Splcer 412 Wooater and St Clair 418 St Clair and Bartges 415 Water Works, WoosUr a? , 181 Ewart TU Werks ' -M ;- HI 4--k. .