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Thursday, sept, h, 1002.
AKRON DAJly DEjyOp.Rr THE DEMOCRAT'S t I iner Columns WANTED-MALE HELP. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Steady practice by free- work, ex pert Instructions, demonstrations, lectures and splendid opportunities for graduates. Tools presented, wages Saturdays, board Included. Cntaloguo and particulars mailed free, Moler Barber College, Chicago, 111. 122-tf iWANTED Good yard man; ono cham. bcrmald and ono pastry cook at the Bnrbertou Inn. 118-tf IWANTED A wide-awake errand boy at A..l'olsky's. 123-125 .WANTED Good machinists nnd boll , ermakcrs for work In Union Taclflc It. R. shops; strike now In progress. Good wfiges; freo transportation; machinists with R. R. cxperlcneo preferred. Apply Room 216, Buchtcl hotel. 120-123 iWANTED Ten good men for pack ing salt; piece work; good wages earned by live men. Colonial Salt Co. 122-121 ,W ANTED A good porter nnd pin boys, 15 to 10 years old. Enquire at Al Berrodln's Bowling alloys, 811 S. Main st. 120-tf WANTED FEMALE HELP .WANTED-Glrls. Rubber Co. Goodyear Tiro & 102 tf .WANTED A good girl for general housework, In small family. No children. References required. Ad- . dress Box 20, Democrat office. 121-123 'WANTED Lady Solicitors A good proposition. Apply nt once. Inquire at Democrat Office. , 122-124 WANTED-FIfty girls Immediately. The Werner company, tron, O. 123-128 JWANTED Girl for general house work, In small family, good home, good wages; apply 118 Adams. 123-125 ,WANTED-7-Competcnt girl for general housework. Inquire nt 200 Locust st. Peo. Phone 820. 121-123 WANTED A competent woman to do Janitor work at the Grand Opera House. Apply at box office. 110 tf. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Rooms. The Young Wo men's Christian Association has opened a free boarding house direc tory. Young women desiring rooms and board can secure them by call ing at the rooms, 200 S. High st. 122-124 FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Dwelling, No. 013 N. Howard st. North Hill, on street car line. Inquire of N. Chalker, 130 S. Howard st. 110-124 I nun U13HX Almost new eigtit room P house on Adams st. All modern ira- luuvcuii-uiB, Buuues, luuuury, etc. Inquire 102 Upson st. 110-tf FOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT A new house with large rooms, polished floors, two grates, furnace and bath. Money to loan. Phone 510. 48 Central building. G. W. Grldley. 113 tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. .WANTED Young peoplo to do can vassing In the city, salary guaran teed, with a chance to travel. Call at once. 114 South Summit st. E. H. Strege. 122-124 RANTED Agents. A good proposi tion for either ladles or gentlemen. Apply at once at Democrat office. 123-123 JWANTED-Rooms. The Young Wo men's Christian Association hns opened n freo boarding houso direc tory. Those having rooms for rent with or without board leavo their address at the rooms, 200 S. High street 122-121 WANTED Four or flvo rooms in the vicinity of tbe Werner company, down-stairs preferred. Address T. M., caro this office. 123-125 ,WANTED-Hny fever, asthma and ca tarrh sufferers to address A. 0., Times-Democrat office. A free treat ment will bo given at any residence, store or office. 122-121 'AGENTS WANTED-QuIcU sellers. Great big profit sell anywhere. Geneva Remedy Co., 125 So. High et. Open evenings 0:30 to 8. HOtf WANTED To buy second-hand safe, standing writing desk and wall case. Address M. S., care of Akron Dnily Democrat. 120-123 WANTED General agents to handle one of the best Investments on the market A tood man should mako $50 to $75 weekly. Inducements are ho best guaranteed position. Wis consin. Oil Co,, 80-83 Michigan st, Milwaukee, Wto. 118-141 . t vwwwvwv t t I0ST LOBT Bead cbntolalno purse; contain ed Canadian nickel, on Main st, be tween Center nnd Exchange, lie ward, under return to Democrat of flee. 12M23 MISCELLANEOUS. IIUMMEIS HACK LINE. Hacks leave Bnrborton 0:30 a. m., and 4:45 p. m. Leavo Doylestown 8 a. m. and 3 p. ui. SPECIAL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. PACKING AND STORING-We pack and storo furniture. Krntz Furnlturo Store, 140 S. Howard st. Phone G42. THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO. Coal, transfer and livery. Packing, moving nnd storing of goods, coaches, coupes and carriages for fu nerals, weddings, phrtles nnd callings. Offices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st, Tel. 300. No. Ill) N. High st. Tel. 428. THE DRY GLOVE CLEANER Is tho best preparation yet discovered for cleaning lid Gloves. Forsalo only bj us, In tho Glovu Dept, which is the most completo depnrtmc:.t In tbe State of Ohio. Price 15c. Dague BrosTifc Oo. What Is the use of saying "tho best company," or "tho strongest com pany?" or "the largest company?" They all say thoso things. We say simply? The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Philadel phia, organized 1847. That tells the whole story. JOHN O. BLOOMFIELD, Agt. Cchumacher Block. Tel. 615. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Two good horses, each seven years old; ond good work horse, 1200, tho other fine driving horbS, 1050. F. A. Looser, room 510 Everett building. 122-125 FOR SALE-Fresh Milch Cow. Inquire of A. Teeple, 102 Fortage Path, Ak ron, Ohio. ' 123-125 FOR SALE A goo3 heating stove, with gas fittings, will sell reasonable. No. 10S Mills ave. 122-124 FOR SALE A good covered wagon, must sell at once ns party wants to leave city. This Is a bargain. En quire room 1, Arcade. 110-tf FOR SALE-One good family pacing horse. Stanhope buggy, nnd harness. Inquire nt 10 cent feed barn, 108 Cherry st. 12J-127 FOR SALE Bay mare; wolght 1100; kind and gentle; good single driver. D. .T. Joyce, Hudson, 0. 121-123 FOR SALE 1 horse, 1 top buggy and 1 harness; bargain if sold nt once. Inquire at 313 E. Mill st 120-125 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE OR RENT A 12 room houso, strictly up-to-date, with all modern conveniences; fine brick barn on lot; centrally located; will rent furnished or unfurnished, reasonably to right party. Inquire at Democrat office. . 07-tf FOR SALE-By H. C. Busby, Room 1, Arcade block. Peoples phone, 500. Seven room house, on Edgewood nve. on easy payments;' $25 (Jown, balance In monthly payments. FOR SALE Brand now seven room house, on Raymond st, near Bowery, two lots on Raymond st., 52 acres in Copley. Adoiph Grefslnger, 128 Ynlo st. r 110-141 FOR SALE Two building lots near itho now Miller school and Fourth Chutch of Christ A bargain. Ad dress, Real Estate, caro Democrat. FOR SALE Good bouse for sale at sacrifice, If sold at once; must make chango of climate; price 1,800. J. C. Burnett, 220 S. AUyn St. 120-125 FOR SALE-by F. A. Leeser, Room 510 Everett Building. 0-room house, 140 Portage, $1200. 7-room house, 110 Day, $1400. 5-roora house, 303 4th nve., $850. G-room house, 107 Weeks, $1000. Lot on Hnynes st. for $250. Farms for sale or trade on city prop erty. Money to loan. ' ' 122-125. FOR HALE-By J, I. Bachtel, 183 S. Howard st. Phono 722. 208 May, 8 rcoms, furnace, gas, sew er, water, cemented cejlnr, born, $2250. Cor. S. Main aiid'E. Crosier, 7 rooms, gas, water, sewer, barn, lot 80xJ55, rare offer at $2550, 8 room houses, Bachtel ave., $1000, $2000. Lot 50x132, Bell, near Wooater, $400, 100 Gale, good location, Just off Cros by, 8 rooms, .desirable; oily $2500. Double bouse, Fnor ave., only $1050. Cor Coburn and Thornton, 7 rooms! very cheap nt $1050. List with us foi' quick results. 'Money loaned at lowest rates. .Read Deiuocrnfc Jlmy column FOR SALE-REAL fcKTATE, FOR HA LE-Hy Henry Holu, Abbey block, People's pnono, 2 on 13&OS Thornton st, 0 rooms, now, $200. 110 Boulevard, 0 rooms, bnrgaln, $1700. 251 W. Crosier, 0 rooms, fruit, $1275. 310 W. North, 11 rooms, Only $1300. 180 Newton, 0 rooms, easy, $1 100. 102 Harder nve., 0 rooms, $000. 101 Fifth nve., 0 rooms, $1000. 130 Ui S, High 4 rooms, $750. 100 B. Vorls t., near S. Main, B rooms, $1250. This Is n snap. 47 acres on Aqueduct St., opposite Frultland Park allotment, the wholo or In parcels to suit, $200 per ncrp up. Farms of C, 10, 20, 20, 30, 40, and 03 acres for sale or trade. Open Sat urday evenings. 113-tf FOR SALE A home on Balch st, near Market, at a bargain. Don't let this chance slip. Address H. O., Demo crat office. 120-123 FOR SALE-By Brouso & Holtlnger. Not over $1550. 0 room house, 134 Bnrp st., nlco lot and good value, $1500. 3 bx room houses, 125, 127 nnd 120 W. Croolcr St., new, vacant, $1400. 101 Livingston st., 0 rooms, new, $1800. 101V6 Livingston st, 8 rooms, new, nearly ready for occupancy, $1400. 010 W. Cedar St., pleasant homo, $1500. 200 Poplar st., 0 roams, $1100. 5 room house, Cleveland St., East Akron, good lot, $1050. 0 rooui house, lot 50x105, Sweltzer nve,. No. 133, $1300. 7 room I16URC, 307 Wabash avo., con tral part of the city, $1350. 103 Locuit st, within five minutes' walk of Hotel Buchtcl, ?1500. 7 room house, No. 120 North How ard st, lot runs back to canal; room for another house, $1500. Sumner st, corner Cross., 4 room house, lot OGxlCO, $1250. 5 room house, 412 Bell st., new, gas, sower, good place, $1450. 8 room houso. Shcrbondy Hill, with an acre of land, $1400. 2 six room 'houses, now, on Long st, well water, gas, large lots, good piopertles, $1330. A new six room house May Court, 108, sewex, gas, $1300. A 5 room house, Campbell st, No. 220, good repair, $1150. A 4 room house on the corner of Boulevard nnd South st, nt the low price of $S00. A few lots left on Bachtel ave. at a bargain, If sold soon. Also a few of those cheap ones on Portage and Douglass. We have many bargains besides these. Money to loan. BROUSE & HOLLINGER. No. 220 South Main st 122-124 FOR SALE Cozy 4 room house at $075. This Is a good property; only $150 down re quired. Home, W. Crosier st. Price $1230. $250 down, balance in monthly pay ments. Thcro Is no place In South Akron at $1700 or $1800 that will equal this. P. p. Bock & Co. FOR SALE-By F. J. Wettach, Ham ilton building. Phones, 335: 8 room house. St. Clair, gas, cistern, well, bnrn, lot 60x130, $1875. 12 r., 120 N. High, as a rooming house would pay for Itself In 5 years, $3500. New G r., Silver st, gas, etc., $1S00. 7 r. slate roof, N. Maple, $1500. New, 7 rooms, gas, sewer, laundry, furnace, Euclid nv., only $2650. 5 rooms, furnnce, Colllnwood ave., $1000. 22 feet front, S. Main, near car haniR, n bnrgaln, $050. Have cash buyets for property nt $1,000 to $2,000. What have you? 110-tf FOR SALE- G room house, and bnrn, Cedar st, near Bowery, $1G00. S room house, West Hill, mantle, fur nnce, bath room and natural gas, now vacant, for a short time, $1030. Lot, Stelner nve., near New Miller schools, only $300. 8 room house, all modern, Carroll st, opposite college, if sold this week, price cut to $3250. List your property with us. $200 to loan nt 0 per cent C. II. & S. E. JONES, Peo. phone, 452. . FOR SALE rnrkhlll & Sharp, 180 S. Main st. People's phone 2 on 1113. 114 S. Summit, 8 rooms, modern, $3,G00. 115 S. Prospect, 10 rooms, bath, furnace and laundry, only $3000. 511 Bell st, 5 looms, only $850. 110 Ackley st, G rooms, new, $000. 50 acre farm, only $1150. Second nve., lot 50x140. will trade for horse nnd buggy. See our list Open evenings. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on REAL ESTATE $100 jGOO $200 $700 $300 $S00 $400 $000 $500 $1000 Hale & Contes, 314 Everett bids, Tel. People's 377 otf COAL. A. D. ELLIS, COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN ERAL TEAMING and trans'cirlng. Parcels and trunks delivered. Transient and boarding stable. OOlco and stable, 228-230 W. Market st 'oth phones No. 257. WANTED! Agents v o r y. ell our 11,000 combination ACCIDENT Policy, something entirely now nnd original with this Company. Costs but 15 per nnunra, payable quarterly. All occupations nooepted at "preferred" risks, nnd ull accident! oovorecl. Liber al contract to good men. Address NATIONAL ACCIDENT BUOIliTl', UbUblliha 1S3J. 0.0 Broadway, N. Y. Read Democrat liners. Read Democrat liners. "FOUND FOUND-Tho, lx;t place !o borrow money privutely on furniture, with out removal; easy terms. N. M. Berk, 103 8, Howard, both phones. 4 tf OASPBR ZINTBL MANUFACT UREIl OF AM KINDS' OF BRUSHES. , Orders promptly attended to. 155 South Mnln'st, Akron, O. CLOTHES TZZSZao. Akron Clothes 6a Pressing Co Regular Frloe. Full nulls, sponged and pressed. ,7Go Overcoats, sponged and pressed., EOc Pants, tponged and prosscd 25c Cleaning business suits .$2.00 Pants cleaned 75c Goods called for and delivered to any part of tho city. Mall orders giv en prompt attention. People's phone 754 J Bell 2801 green. 810 East Mill st. Telephone 655 P. T. McCourt FOR FINEST Coaohes in the City. On call at all times. Full Line of Livery. All cushion tires. Largest moving vans in tho city. Rest of service guar, untecd. Prices reasonable. Both phones. Textile Mf g.jOcx Awnings and Tents Horse, Wagon and Floor Covers Gymnasium Mats and Ropes Anything made from Canvas, by hand or machine. People's phones Business hours No. V37; any other time. No. 005. , 135 South Main St. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. To Whom it tuny Concern: AH persons interested will take no tlce that I will not bo responsible for any goods sold or furnished to Vevn M. Schultz, and that She Is net authorized to purchase ..anything for which my credit Is to be given, or pledged. ERNEST R. SCHULTZ. Sep 10 & 11 ' LEGAL NOTICE. Maria Klliihn, whose place of resi dence Is unknown, will take notice that on the 21st day of August A. D. 1002, Joseph ,Kllllan, duly commenced a civil action in the C6urt of Common Pleas of Summit county, Ohio, praying a divorce fronjr snldt Maria Killinn on the grounds of wilful absence for more than three years and on the ground of adultery. Said cause will be for hearing on and after October 4th, 1002. ANDREW J. WILHELM, Attorney for Plaintiff. Aug; 21-28 Sept 4-11-18-25 AKRON MARKETS. (These prices furnished dally by L. Kryde. & Sons.) UUY1NC PRICES Wheat, new, 70. Wheat, old, 70. Rye, per bu., 4S to 52c. Corn, new, 30c to 370. Timothy seed, per bu.1, $1.50 to $2. Clover seed, per bu.. $4 to $5. Hay, baled, $0 to $12. Straw, baled, $5 to $6. Oats, old, 45c. New Oats, 32c. SELLING PRICES. Middlings, per cwt, $1.10 to $1.40. Huy, pjr cwt. 70 76c New or.ts, 33 to 40. Corn, new, per bu., 3Se to 45c. Bran, per cwt, 00. Straw, per hale. 40c.- COc. Clover seed, $5.25 to $6. Timothy seed, $2 to $2.25. (These prices furnished dally Jas. Christy Or. & Co. Green calf bides, No 1, per lb, by 9c. Green beef hides, No. 1, per lb., 6VaC to 7c. Sheep pelts, 40 to 00c. Tallow per lb, 5V4 BUYING PRICES. (Theso prices furnished dally by Nolan B.-others. Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz., 18c to 10c. Chickens, live, per lb., 7c to 8c. Butter, creamery, per lb.. 21. Potatoes, new, per bu., 40 to 50. RETAIL P.H1CEK. Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz., 22c. Chickens, dressed per PJ, 75. Butter, creamery, per lb 23. Potatoes, new, per peck, 20c. These prices furnished dnlly by Armour & Co. Dried beef, llc to 14c. Skinned hame, 12V4 to 12V. California hams, 0V4 to Oc. Bacon, lS'jC to 18c. Simon pure lard, in tierces, 11. , Sugar cured hams, 12V! to 13c. Compound Inrd, in tierces, ". Country kettle lard, in tierces, HVs- 00 lb. tubs, c over tierces. Dressed calves, 10 to lOfo Dressed beef, 7 to 10. Dresed hogs, S'i to 8c. Cattle, live, 3c to 5c. Lambs drercd, 10 to lie. Hogs, live, 0'4 to Q. Lamb, alive, 5 to Dc. Tbere U scarcely nnyoonillllonof 111 health that isnntbeiieliod by tho ouenslnnnl us of alt.I.l'.A.N.B Tubule. Kormlt) by Drug cists. The Five-Cent pocket Is onougb for nn ordinary occasion. The faintly bottle, 10 cents, contain! & supply for a year. mmm Pipa Alarm i j'rC Calls j 1 Central Engine House 2 Buckeye Wnrk. 0 Millar Rubber Workn. 4 Diamond Rubber Works. C Main and Market. 0 No. 2 Englno House. 7 N. Broadway, near Market 8 Uuchtel ave. nnd Bowery. 12 Prospect, near Mill. 13 Furnace and Broadway. 14 Main nnd Keck. 15 Ash and Park Place. 10 No. 3 Engine Uous. 17 Carroll and Exchange. 18 nniplro Reaper Workn. 10 Akron Rubber Work. 21 Prospect and Fcrkln. 23 Forge and Market 24 Sherman, near Exchange. 2! Main and Exchange. 2ft N. How?rd nnd Tnllmadge. ?i West Market and Green. 28 Akron Knife Works. 20 Washington and Hopp alley, 31 North Howard and Norti. 82 East Market and Spruce. 84 West Wnrket and Valley. 35 Carroll and Splcer. 50 Co noil and Sumner. 37 North nnd Arlington. 88 Vine and Fountain. 30 Coburn and Campbell. 41 No 0 Englno House. 42 Pearl, near cistern. 43 South Main and Fttlor. 45 College and Mill. 4G Arlington and Hazt-L 47 Howe nnd Bowery. 48 West South. 40 Merrill Pottery. 51 Howard aud Cherry. 52 No. 4 Engine House. 53 Center st R. 1L crossing. 54 Buchtcl ave. and Union. 50 Akron Stonoware Co. 57 Lods and Turner. 58 Perkins rnd Adoiph. 50 Webster Cfcmp and Lane. 01 Case ave. and Kent 02 Sclberllng Mill, Oth ward. G3 Johnston and Champlaln. 04 Akron Sewer Pipe Co. C5 Hill Sewer Plpo Co. 07 Carroll and E. Market. 68 Sccpud ave. and Valley R, B. 00 Johnston and Wilson. 71 Grant and Cross. 72 North end Maple. 73 Werner Printing Co. 74 North Union near Bluff. 75 Robinson Bros. 76 Whltinore, Robinson Co. 78 East Market and Cook. 70 Home st, near Lillian 81 Western linoleum Co. 82 Summit Sewer Pipe Co. 83 Allyn nnd Cross. 84 Thornton and Harvard. 85 McNeil Boiler works. 87 Thornton and Camp. 80 Main and Miller ave. 01 Ceieal Mill, S. Howard. 02 Schumacher Cooper shop. 04 Mill and Summit. 05 Mill and Main. OS Buchtel and Fay. 121 General alarm. 123 Sliver and Hickory. 124 South High and Chestnut 125 West Market and Rhodes. 126 Arlington and Second ave. 232 Rentier's Brewery. 241 Sherman and Vorls. 251 Cedar ana Wabash ave. 253 W. Exchange, near Willow. .312 Cascade Mills, Howard. 321 Adams and Upson. 341 Balch and Market 342 Maple, opposite Balch, 345 Blttman and Crosby. Read the Democrat liners. WHEELING & LAKE ERIE RAILROAD Parlor car line to Coshocton, Steu benvllle, Zanesvllle, Wheeling. Trains leave for Coshocton and Zanesvllle 8:0S a.m., dally, and 5 p.m. dally. For Steubenvllle and Wheeling, leave Kent 8:08 a.m. daily, 12:37 noon, daily, ex cept Sunday, and 5 p.m. daily. Special Sunday excursion rate Kent to above points, $1.50 round trip. Train leaves 8:03 a.m. E. B. COOLIDGE, G. P. A. Cleveland, O. RICHELIEU AND ON TARIO NAVIGATION COMPANY. "Niagara to the Sea." The unrivaled scenic trip on the American confluent Palatial steam ers leave Toronto, for Rochester, Kingston, Clayton, AJexnndrla Bay, thence through the picturesque Thous and Islands (America's Venice), and the exciting descent of all tho rapids of the St. Lawrence to ' Montreal, where connection can be made with steamer for Quebec, Murray Bay, Tadousac and Riviere rlu Loup, and points on the world's famous Sague nay river. We delight In giving information. W. F. CLONEY. Trnv. Pns'gr Agt. Niagara Falls.N.Y. H. FOSTER CHAFFEE, Western Pns'gr Agt, Toronto, Ont. JOS. F. DOLAN, City Ticket Agent, Montreal, Quebec. or to THOS. HENRY, Traffic Manager, Montreal, Quebec. RAILROAD NOTICES. $12.20 CHATTANOOGA AND RE TURN, ; via 0 A. & C. Ry., Sept. 10th nnd 17th, good returning until Oct 5th. G. A. R. RATES, WASHINGTON, D. C. $110 round trip via C, A. & C. Ry. & Pennn. Lines, Oct. 3 to 0. Returp limit Oct. 14, subject to extension until Nov ft. One stop-over allowed at any station on direct lino between' rlttsburs and Washington, on both going nnd re turn trip, For further particulars seo Ticket Agent, Fnlon depot. STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE Via all leading lines at lowest rates. Cook's personally conducted tours. Information cheerfully given upon ap plication to C. D. Uonodle, ticket agent, Union depot $18.05 DES MOINES, IA., AND RE TURN. B. & O. R. R , Sept. 12th to 14th. Re turn limit Sept 22nd, subject to ex tension until October 15. $18.05 DES SIOINE8, IA., AND RETURN. B, &. O. R, R., Sept. 12 to 14. Return limit Sept. 22, subject to extension un til Oct. 15. RATES REDUCED TO CANTON. Via C. T. & V. R. R. every Sunday. 60 cents round trip on morning train, good returning any train same day. $1.25 COLUMBUS AND RETURN C, A. &. C. Ry., Sunday, Sept. 14th. Train leaves 7:00 a.m. Returning, leave Columbus 0:30 p.m. G. A. R. RATES, WASHINGTON, D. C. $10.00 round trip via B. & O. R. R., Oct. 3 to fl. Return limit, Oct. 14, sub Ject to extension until Nov. 3rd. One stop-over allowed at any station on direct lino between Pittsburg and Washington, on both going and return trip. For furthpr particulars see Tick et Agent Union Depot. $70 YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. Only $70.00 round trip to the Yellow, stone and return. Includes railroad fare, stage fare and hotel board for Ave and one-half days' tour of the park Tickets on .ale dally Septem ber 1st to 11th Return limit Septem ber 25th Full particulars from your nearest ticket agent or address W. B. KNISKBN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Chicago. pENDYOURVACfflOH ON ""aoKWT LAKES fFZt 51 GTOr Drrtfll& mtKINAC iSLANP ' MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS. TIME TABLE CTWICN DETROIT and CLEVELAND Leave DETROIT, daily, . 10.30 p. m. Arrive CLEVELAND, . . 5.30 a.m. making connections with all railroads for points Eait. Leave CLEVELAND, dally. 10.15 p. m. Arrive DETROIT, . 5.30 .m. connecting with p. & C. Btoamers for Mr ok In a c, "8oo." Morauotto. Duluth; Min neapolis, St. Paul Potoakoy, Mll- waukee, Chicago ana Qoorelon Bay also with all railroads for points in MICHIGAN and the Wert, Dav Trios between Detroit and Cleve land during July and August. MACKINAcTblVISION Leavo TOLEDO Mondays and "Satur days 0.30 a. m. and Tuesdays and Tburtdajs 4.00 p.m. Leave DETROIT Mondays and Satnr days 0.00 p. m.. and Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30 a. m. CMBZoeBclaa' Job Mat. Bead S ceaU for tSoiinM pixopUet. i usaua i i A. A. SCHAN1Z, a. p. A., Dttnlt, Hick. Queen (Si. Crescent ROUTE Excellent Through Service from Cincinnati to All Important Southern Cities. W. W. 0UNNAV4NT, T.P. .. OICVKLAN 0, O. W. J. MURPHV. W. C. RtNEAflaOBI. aCN'l MANAftCPI. aCN'L FAM'Ojn itlMT, CINCINNATI. CLEVELAND ...AND... BUFFALO "WHILE YOU SLEEP' 2SrMVxSJ ,-'lt2E3im 1 darmsxstcm. 1 fifytfS- cirjfnl II -MiT )B rRw.j xnr naik' fif-far ai e a b fci&no tmm&w&- wk?m: d'E Sv-SaWKaiBJQsSs' j yWfaSW-.iv. ",L .-.VVsli-ffl ) $?' Mjm v-v.E;Se Ilk. UNPARALLELED HIOHT SERVICE, NEW STEAMER! "CITY OF BUFFALO" "CITY OF ER(E" both together being without doubt. In at respects, the finest and fastest that art run Is the intereit of the traveling public la thi United States. T TIME CARD DAILY IHCIUOINO BUNPr. liayc anitiyc Cleveland 8 P.M. Buffalo 6:30 A.M Buffalo 8 " Cleteland 6:30 " Special Daylight Trips Every Saturday cons ruencing July I2th to August a)efi inclusive. Leans Duflslo 0 A.M. Arrlrt Clsvtlind 6 P.M " Cltrelant: 8 " " Duftilo B " CCNTftal iT,1D0 TIM l, ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES aef STCAMEr Comicctlous made at Buffalo with trains foi all Eastern and Canadian poluts. at Cleyelim for Toledo, Detroit and all points West aac Southircst. Ask ticket agents for llcktti via C, & 8 f.lne Send four ceuu for illustrated panphlet RPKCIAL LOW RATES CX.UVRLANH TC IIUFFALO AND NIAGARA s'AU. EVK.tV BVrUKOAY FIGHT, ALfcO PUFFALO TC CLEVELAND. W. F. HERMAN, General Passenger Apt, CLVsU.ANglT0. r RAILROAD TIME''TA1 fft-- TUB NORTHERN dlltO B.' A ', Depot North Muln 8L ,' - Depart-No. 1 i..8:MTni Depnrt No. 11 tA-Mtyn Arrive-No. 2 4:09 m Arrive No. 12 UM'tra ' LAKE ERIE & WESTERN B. Northern Ohio Division. 4 , Depot North Mnln St. , c No.l Ir 8:30 nm. No. 11 Lv l!30 fete I'd. No.2 Ar4:00 pmNo.12 Ar 12.05pralel All dally except Sunday. "3 NORTHERN OHIO TRAOTIOW'.eW A. R. C. Division. Cars leave tho waiting room, Hiwlt ton building, for Clot eland, nt'Jft0 n. m., 0:40 n. m. and every half wror to 7:40 p. m. and at 8:40 p. m. Aftd 1030 p. m. THE ERIE RAILROAD. Et W4t Chautaurjun Es. ... 220am 1:19am Nctv York & CM- . , cng, Lira 8:55 pm 7:09 aB Wells Fargo Ex. i (See note 1 2:55 am 12:019a Marlon Express " (See note 2) 1234 p Chicago & Atlantic ErnrKti Hfit nm r.-VltVM New York special. 12:45 pm 8:38 &in Youngstown Ex press 4:25 pm 11:11 am rinllp VitA 1 ft1tr AvAn Vfan days and days following leeal boll- days. Note 2, Monday only. ' THE BALTIMORE & OHIO SYSTEM. Depart, West Arrive Canal Dover, Bridge port 0.00am 837pm 0:42am 8:20pm Canal Dover, Bridge port 3:10pm Chicago Fast Ex press 6:55am Chicago Fast Ex press 7 :55pm G:45ftjn 1:32am Chicago Limited... 11:40pm Dally. Other trains dally except Sunday. Depart East Arrive Chicago & Nep York Limited 2.-00am Youngstotvn and Plttaburg ... 0:55am Chicago & Youngs town 8:20pm Akron & Pittsburg 12:15pra 11 :33pm 7:33pni 8:10am 11:42am Daily. Other trains daily except Sunday. GOING NORTH. How. st Union East Depot Depot Akron , . 7:06am 0:50am 0:35am . 0:10am 0:01am , .12:01pm 11:50am 11:33am ,. 5:13pm 4:53pm 4:59pm . 8:35pm 8:20pm 832pm ..0:50am 0:40am No. No. No. No. 46.. 4 ... 6 .. 10.. No. 8 . No. 12 No. 7 No. 11 No. 0 GOING SOUTH. .. 8:15am 8:35am 8:45am 1238pm G:Q7pnj 8:02pm 1:02am ...12:01pm ... 430pm ... 7.32pm ...1230am ... 2:53pm 1230pm 4:53pm 7:50pm 12:50am No. 47'.. No. 5 .. Ho. 3 . . Does days. 3:05pm to Akron only. Union depot Bun- not enter C. A. & 0. RAILWAY. North. South. Cincinnati and Clove 6:05am O.-OBprn Akron & Pittsburg. 8:20am 8:10p Columbus & Cleve.. 1135am 223pra Cincinnati & Cleve. 4:25pm 035am Pittsburg and N. Y. 4:17pm 11:10mm Dally. Others dally except Sunday. GA.NTON-AKRON. BY. CO. Cars leave E. Akron, (Blue Pond) for Canton, New Berlin, Greentown, Union town, and Springfield lake at 0:40, S:10, 0:40, 11:10 a.m., 12:40, 2:10, 3:40, 5:10, 6:40, 8:10, 0:40, 10:40 and 11:40 p. m. Returning, leave Canton each hour and a half, 5 a. m. to 10:40 p. m. INVINCIBLE TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES are the best obtainable,', and are sold at most mod erate prices. "Whatever variety of supplies you wish, you will find it here, embodying the sterling qualities of re liability, convenience and economy. UNITED TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO, Cleveland, Ohio., ir Illinois Central Railroad Very low one-way second class ratej durinj: ',m SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER VIA. rt TO ij. CALIFORNIA, , OREGON, WASHINGTON ? the NORTHWEST. uk Through personally conducted ecu slon sleepers to CALIFORNIA. For particulars call on any t!ckft agent or nddrcs, F. w, HARLQW, Division Pass. A&, J 423 Vine et, Cinclnatl Oi ''afSPQfc. liiiiiniii uwtimmw&m WJWWaii ,waf8 rfiStl,uj. JyAv .' (T