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u. 8 AKRON DAILY .DEMOCRAT tiitjrsdat, snrx. 11, 1002. 4 STIR Among Attorneys of the City Over Point Raised by Mr. Cobbs. What the Supreme Court Says In the Matter. An Abundance of Blood. Paine's Celery Compound Cleanses the Vital Fluid, Increases Its Supply, Danishes the Seeds of Local ized Diseases, and flourishes Every Important Organ. Found the Germ Which Causes a Dread Disease t TUo nctlon of Attorney Chan, fc. Cobl)B In challenging the entire ivrrny ot the Jurymen mpnnc)6d to sit In the casp of Davis vb. the'B. P. Goodrich Co., upon the grounds Hint the stntutc under Tvbleh the -jury was impnuelcd Is unconstitutional, lins caused con siderable comment ntnoug tho attor ney!! of the city. W In his chftllence Mr. Conns stnted that the statute under which the Jury of the present term of Common Pleas 1 court had been drawn nnd summoned 'vnp special, nnd, therefore, unconsti tutional, for tho, reason thnt the const!- 'tutlon requires laws of a general na ture to havo uniform operation throughout the state; that a law pro- , vldlng Juries for trials In cases of this kind must necessarily ho n law of a general naturo, and inasmuch as tho statute under which tho Jury was drawi nnd summoned expressly did not npply to six counties In. the state Cuynhoga, Franklin, Lucns, Hamilton1, Montgomery nnd Mahoning It, there fore, did not hnvo uniform operation throughout Ol.lo, and consequently was Invnlld. Attorney W. S. Anderson, of Youngs town, counsel for the plaintiff In tho case nn nctlon to collect damages amounting to $20,000 for personal In juries-said that If this question woro raised, he did not desire to, proceed With tho trial, beonuso ho ontortnlned BUch doubts regarding the Jury law that ho preferred not to take any chqnces on it. Ho also said that ho believed tho Legislature would pooh enact a law free of such conditions as exist In tho present statute. Jhdge Haydcn did not desiro to pnss on the question, nnd continued tho euso to tho noxt term. Tho recent decisions of the Supreme Court In regard to the laws relating tp tho organization of municipal cor porations nnd county salary laws, and the decision of the Supremo Court of the United States In regard to the special act In tho statutes of Illinois, which has n similar constitutional pro vision, were tho authorities relied upon In making tho challenge. '.flic Couit of Common IMens of Lu cas county recently hold that tho Jury law relating to that county was tin cdnsjltullonnl, and Attorney General Sheets has requostcd nil tho prosecut ing attornoys of tho stnto to meet In conference nnd consider tho question ns to whether thorn is any constitu tional Jury law In force In the state. ll support of tho statute undor which Juries are drawn In all except six Qf the counties, some of the attor neys point to tho decision of the. Su premo Court In tho case of tho Stato vs. TCendle, repotted In Vol, III of Ohio State noports. The opinion was ren dered upon exceptions of tho prosecu ting attorney to tho rulings of tho Court of Common I'loas of Brown county, 'i'ho Supremo Court held thnt thp act of the General Assembly re quiring tho Common l'lcas Judges of tho sovcrul sub-dlvISlons of tho Com mon Tleas districts of the state, to ap point; Jury commlttsloueis for tho The uso of Tnlnq's Celery Compound means an nbundonco "of pure.vltiillzlng blood.n perfectregulntlngof circulation nnd tho banishment of localized dis eases such ns insomnia, neurnlgla, rhcu- mntlsm, eczema, salt i heum, blood dis eases, running sores nnd eruptions. If yqur sleep Is not restful and re freshing, If your spirits nre low, If you nre morose, melancholic, nnd oppiesscd with morbid, feelings, be nssured your blood demands Instant attention. Paine's Celery Compound Is the ono great and never falling agent for mak ing tfuro, fresh blood, for nourishing the dominant organs of tho body,, for reciultlng the strength of young nnd old. Often, very often, a delny of ono ilny proves fntn). Foul and poisoned blood cnrrles death at every beat of the heart. Mrs. C. It. Root, Mansfield, Pa., says: "When I began taking Paine's Cel ery Conipouml I was all run down nf ter n severe nttnek of the grippe and wns almost tired of life. I had salt rheum vory badly In my hands, and the doctor told mo there wns no per manent cure for It when It had got In to a person's blood so badly.but I am happy to tell you that Palno's Celery Compound cured mo of salt rheum, kidney trouble and other ailments. It Is nlways my doctor." THE "Union Savings Bank OF PITTSBURGH CAPITAL, Si, 000.000 Many a man, lias made a success in life simply because when the opportunity presented itself he had a little ready money and could take advantage of it. It's ahvays the man with "a little money ahead" who gets on in the world. Your opportunity may come to-morrow. You'd better begin to save to-day. The Union Savings Bank accepts deposits in any amount from $i up, and pays 4 PER CENT. INTEREST Its system of Banking by Mail is very simple and perfectly safe. WrtU for the Booilil. Frich Building, Fittaburh, Pa. IT IS NOT FAIR To your STOMACH to neglect your TEETH ; nor to mankind to look frightfully, when a few trips to our olllco will fix your mouth up In good shape at a very moderate expense. Art,f,c,al Tccth $5 and up F1,1,-v 50c and up GoId ?rowns ; $5,00 r THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSBINESS and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY i A DR. D.U. RUEGSEGGER, THE DENTIST Removed to No. 210 Walsh Building. Office hours 8-11:30 n.in.-rl-5:30 p.m. counties In their respective sub-dlvls. Ions, passed April 23, 1804, Is not in conllict with nny of tho provisions of the constitution of the statp, and Is a valid law. In thp case of Kcnillc, ho had been Indicted by Grand Jury for a misdemeanor. He filed n pica In nbatoment setting up the drawing of the Jury under tho act to be unconsti tutional, nnd nsked to be discharged. The State demurred to tho plea, the demurrer wnH overruled, and tho de fendant discharged. The prosecuting attorpoy excepted to tho ruling of tho court, and took tho enso to the Supremo court on n bill of exceptions. Tho llrst objection to tho vnlldlty of tho act was the same point as that rnlsod by Mr. Cobbs, thnt the net Is a law of a general nature, but not uni form In Its oporatlon throughout the state. This objection was overruled by tho Supreme Court and the act held as a valid law. DR. WM. H. WELCH. Raltlmoro, Sept. 11. Two years ngo when the little- grandson of John D. Rockefeller died from summer com plaint tho Inlter put aside ?200,000 to bo ii'ort for the discovery of tho germ of tho drended dlsense. I'ndcr tho direction of Dr. William II. Welch, of Baltimore, Charles W. DuvnII, of Annapolis, and Victor II. Bassctt of Aledo, III., Isolated the germ which Is the base of the so-caleil,flunyner complnln.t. ,lt is now tho province of science to find a destroyer for this destructive germ. C. T. PARKS. FOHEEAL DIRECTOR. Personal attention given to all calls. Lady attendant. Ambulance. Both phones 412. 110 N. High st. M. FRIEDMAN, 5c and 10c STORE Wo positively can save you money on go-carts. 140 S. Howard st ua Dental Rooms, 126 S. Main st. ABBEY BLOCK. Open cvonlngs. Sunday, 10-1. Phone, brown 2441. tond the High school at Akron from Springfield township: Hoy Hayno, Claude Kwnit, James Gregg,. Henry Brown, Huth Pfnut., Hairy Arbogast lluth Fiilmer, Mnhlon Woolf, Ruth Baldwin, Bert Wright, Leo McOhes ncy, Ralph Brlttnln and May Swluo-liart. TAMMANY GIRLS WANTED At Miller Rubber Mfg. Co., corner of Stanton uve. nnd High st. 121tf Bar"-EE3 on Restores Vital ity, Feeds the Nerves and Makes Blood. It Cures Where all Others Fall. Young nn will regain thoir man hood and old mon ril roooyer their youthful vigor by u,ln liar-lien. t It noli promptly ana quickly, Immedi ately restoring Urn nervout ayttein wlilolj 'hn been run down by oxqolvo mental .work, worry, a xceiioi or youthful Indiscre tion!. If you hare any douht about Jlnr-Men, nix nny ono of the thouiunde vrho hnvo tried 'It. It liai token the pluoo ot in-culled re litornUvei and tonloi nnd li recommended by phytlolnni, who preiiorlbe It In allsuah One' box nlll work wonder) Wo, Bl box fit will cure, U6). Hy mail, noil paid, on inoelpt of prlco. Write tor fr imnple. The JUr-JJn Ilomoiltoi Un.,()levelund,0. For into by J. M. J.ntTer, V, W. Albreoht, Kaufmunn Jlroi., Ulnolt. tun Druggist, iVutfe 1'harmaoy, Houn A MoKeim. THE PRESIDENT Will ' Be Guest of Illinois on October 2. Sprlnglloldp 111., Sept. 11 Arrange ments for the entertainment of Presi dent Roosovolt, October 2, when he will visit tho Illinois stnto fair, are prnejlcully complete Tho President nnd his pnrty will reneh tho city In a special train from St. Louis at 12:30. Thoy wjll bo oscorted by a committee of tho Stnto fair board and citizens of Springflold to luncheon, nfter which tho party will bo taken to tho fair grounds nnd shown over the grounds. A pnrndo of all tho stock exhibits is planned, Tho President will address the people, n grandstand being erected on the west side of the Home build ing. From 8 o'clock In tho ovonlng to 11:30 the President wlll be tho guest of Govornor Yntca nt tho mansion. Din ner wjll ho served ns noon as the party reaches the muuslon. May Have Shake-Up and New Leader, Now York, Sept. 11. It looks like nnother shake-lip for the leadership of Tammany hall. This time Charles P. Murphy, tho head of the present til umvlrate, Is talked of for leader to succeecd Richard Croker, Daniel P. McMahon, second member of the tri umvirate, uindo tho announcement of Murphy's succession yesterday. In the meantime John P. Cnrtnll, who is biild to have an eye on tho leadership, Is busy dollying tho report, lie says tho Croker faction hnBii't a dozen votes to support Murphy. A Sad Disappointment. Ineffective liver mqd'ctyfl,,ls, Vll!iP" polntinenr, but you don't want to purge, stialn and break tho glands of tho stomach and bowels. DoWltt's Ltttlo Eurly Risers never disappoint, Thoy cleanse tho system of all poison nnd putrid matter, nnd do it so gently thnt ono enjoys the plensnnt effects. Thoy are a tonic to tno liver. Curo biliousness, torpid liver nnd provont fever. PUPILS IT 1 1 I Wfirin.Callotiactf & IL. iiinit ivo.t iviiu WALK HAY'S ICII.I.. 8fnt, Quickest hAM PAIN andOOUN 1110- "" MOYT.it. Mikra walking any, rradlcate the corn. ttllrela VnllKt Artlrlrl. 10c. Mtntloa llill ritr ana write (or tree mpie. lacioiinz ia., fa Mi.SDON.BUri'LV CO., Kowurk. N, J. CORNS FREE 'ff, f folic, SUMMER COMPLAINT, ollc, MicrtMa. Cbolrra-IuUutnia. Anr of the tilt c cJilldhiKKl trompil cured hr Dr, Jamaa'-Soothing Syrup Cordlali k aafe, rvlUble rtmrdr. Conltlm no laudanum. , Bltiiply tortln Ui llltle nrrvet Into a uatural reit. At Urug itort'j. 2SreaUal)Mtli. M ''- - l -aaiaaBaihpaaiaBaMaaaaaaBaaB If you desiro a good complexion, uso Mokl Ten, n pure heib drink. It nets on the liver and makes the skin smooth and clear, euros sick hend nches. 26c aud BOc. Money refunded if It docs' not satisfy you. Wrlto to W. U Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y for free sample. Iuman Bios., J. M. Lnffcr, and John Lampaitcr & Co., druggists. Reward For Squire. Kissed Bride First as J. P., Then as Bridegroom. New York, Sept. II Henry Bundy, a Jersey City Justlcb 6t the Peace, was not satisfied thnt Shy ono could mnrry him quite ns well ns ho could perform tlio ceremony himself. So, yesterday, Mth Mrs. SMary Becker, n widow, ho stood up, read tho service, nnswored tho groom's questions him self, nnd pronounced himself mnrrled. Ho nstounded Cornelius Rooney, clerk of tho Hudson county burenu of vltnl stntlstlcs, yesterdny, by handing In a record showing thnt Henry Bundy, 70 yonis old,Jiad been married to Mary Becker, GO years oldf by Justice of tho Peace Bundy. Ho exorcised the mag. Istrnte's privilege of kissing tho brldo first,,,, .Then as bridegroom ho kissed her n second time. Used For Pneumonia. Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., says: "I have used Foloy's Honey and Tar In three vory soverc enses of pneu. monla with good results lu every caso." Refuse substitutes. rt 3. M. Lnffer, A. AVarncr, J. Lnmpar tcr &Co. L. D. EWING. COIfTRACTOR ADD BUILDER Dealer In mantles and grates, floor tiling, parquot flooring, grilles siding, frames, mouldings etc. Peo. phono 052. 110-121 Klrkwood st. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. W. C. KITTLEBERGER, Dealer In hld"s, leather findings, and saddlery, hardware. Mnnf. of Hnrncss. Phono 1320.. 348 S. Mnln st. H, L. EGGLESTON, Jffikrnoor Spectacles nnd eyeglasses. Hendacho nnd nervous disturbances cured by properly fitted glasses. All styles nt reasonnblo prlceB. No cbnrgo for ex amination. C. U. phone 2372 Cherry. J. McTAMMANY. PRACTICAL TAILOR Special, fnncy nnd sporting gar ments. Rooms 212 nnd 213 Walsh" block. Maker of men's clothes. Peo. Phone 1283. 'jr wax- JMm lmm ' i li i li' ' i f i jBUfl ' MWJHW !' I III Dr fRfUStSs&i rinn't Ia Ihrt tnn of TfmH V3J! tS Jelly ond proscrvo ioia in $3 fn tho old fashioned way. Beat1 jji f , tbemhy thoinotqulclr,! i i rWftiW"!' o thin coating ofpuro, JvWImOiww Teanod f araiQno was. IwllriWKl Uaano laoto or odor. fa mm .ft' I iWCM '-la air ttjht-ond ncld RtC??3 nCrrJBN proof. Eoolly applied, snffmJV'AalHf usorallnadozenotbor ft V h 1&f v'a?a about the bonro. 1SA3VH .r .17 Ml uit airooiions tjiu iLcWthRfitF cecUrvonndcake. Bi uytl,ve& Bold erwywher fffififfA fade bj TAN0ARD (ML CO J. H. CHASE, Druggist. Pnlnts, Oils, White Lend, VnrnlshcB and Paint Brushes. Best quality nt lowest prices. Peo. phone 1000. Bell Cherry ICO. 132 Woostcr nve. JAS. T. FLOWER. MAITTELS AITD GRATES Glazed nnd Untflnzed Tiling, Parquet nnd Hard-wood Floors. Both phones G70. 119 S. High st G. M.KEMPEL, Furniture dealer, upholsterer and mnt tress manufacturer. Reiwlrlng a spe cialty. Pecplo's phono 723. Bell, brown 324. 140-151 S. Mnln st. O. B. Smith. Dr. J. B. Vedder. SMITH & VEDDER, DENTISTS 310 Everett Building. Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5.30 r-d. Peoplo's phono 890. D. 0. BETZ, Sherbondy, Ohio. Instruction given on I'lano, Guitar, nnd Mandolin, Child Instruction a specialty. Will como to residence. Terms 50c. Drop card r.tid I will call. G. F- DURANT, Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls promptly nttended. People's phone 01. Qfllce, room 5, Tracy block, Barber-ton. Duff's Prescription Pharmacy, gL'ojge Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con tains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. 50c per pint bottle. Al most tasteless. Children will take It, Try It. Phono 692. GLEHH'S TAVERN, T. F. GLEIffl.'Prop. Hotel and Restaurant. Sample room In connnectlon. Best wines, liquors and cigars. Both phones: P. 9-1Q; B, 3201 Cherry. 124 N. Mnln nt, nenr Opera House. DR. H. E.KECK, Dentist, Room 15, I. 0. O. F. Temple. People' phone 180. Olllco hours 8 a.m. tot 5:30 p.m. GEO. H. PETLET 111 Kling st. Peoplo's phone 1287. Contractor nnd brick masonry of all kinds. Repair,' work a specialty. Esti mates cheerfully furnished. All work cunranfeed. Bell phone, Brown 1741. M. J. BERWICK All kinds of brick and cement side walks, chimneys built nnd repaired. Res. 410 S. Vcrgo st, Akron, O. f'jgcrBalo by John Lnmparter & Co, '- From Springfield Township Who Attend Akron High School, (Bpeolnl Correspondence.) Krumroy, Sept. 0 Mrs. Brnxton Sny der dliMi Inst Friday ovonlng of con sumption, nt tho ngo of 30. Sho leaves a husbnud nnd throo children. Tho funetnl services were held Monday at Zloii'? church, near N,ow Berlin, Rnvlvnl services nro being conducted nt Plensnnt Valley church every even- lug this week. Sunday will bo lally ilny, and services" will bo held In the morning, nfternoon nnd evening. (Jrent interest Is being shown in tho meet ings. Mrs. Honry Bohmer Is very sick with fovor. Mr, Emerson Boyer wlll lenvo In tho near f iituro for Now Jersey. Mr, Prank Gougler and Miss Susie Sp"iB8k vrevti married last Sundny, Ji)irie a. Welch Is building a lino residence on East Mnrkct st. Mrf, Tulu SpnrbnwU lins returned to Kent"cUy, FpHqwlng.nro the vcholars tlmt nt- Beware of the Knife. No profession hns advancqd more rapidly of lato than surgery, but It should not bo 'jsod except whom abso lutely nccpfiiuiy. In cusos of piles, for example, It Is seldom needed. DoWltt's Wltoh Ilnrel Salve cures quickly and permanently. Unequalled for cuts, bums, bruises, wqundH, skin diseases. Accept no counterfeits. "I wns so troubled with bleeding piles thnt I lost much strength nnd blood," snys J. 0. Phillips, Paris, III. "DoWltt's Witch Ilnzol SaU-o cured me In a short time." Soothes nnd heals. Not Doomed For Life. "I was treated for three years by good doctors," writes W. A, Greer, McConnellsvlllo, 0., "for Tiles nnd Fistula, but when nH'fnlled, Bucklen's Arnlcn Salve cured"me In two weoks." Cures Burns, Bruises, ' Chits, Corns, Sores, Eruptions, Suit V,Rtioum', pilos or no pny. 25c nt 0, B. Hnrpcr & Co.'s drug store. ' ," ; rr- Wc sell tho greatest, of blood puri fiers, Acker's Blood Elixir, under a posltlvo guarantee. It- will curo all chronic nnd other bofl poisons, if you hnve eruptions "or sores on your body, or are pale, wenl or run down, It Is just whnt you need. Wo refund monoy if you aro notj satisfied. 5u cents nnd $1.00. Inmnn Bros., J. Mt Laffor, and John Lnmpniter & Co. We will PayCash fortJ$$cond Hand Motors If you havo ono or know of anyone having a motor to soil, phono or writo The General Engineering & Construction Co. on the Viaduct Phone 042 and 943 People's AKRON, OHIO II. CRAMER H. S. HULL ORAMCR a. tHIIll Wholesalo nnd retail dealers In flour, feed, baled hny, straw, salt, cement, nnd nil kinds of field nnd garden seeds. Try our Acme stock food. Both phones Oil. 710-718 S. Main st Akron. O. Mystic Carpet Cleaning; Works, , FOEHLMAH & FFAFFLE, Proprietors. Business under management of Mr. Pochlmnn. 130 Bluff tt. Both telephones 178. THE MAN OF THE HOUR is thq man with n method. The successful man hns a method of saving. We pny 3 per cent on snvlngs nccounts. Ono dime starts you. THE GUARDIAN SAVINGS BANK. Open Saturdny evenings, 0:30 to 8:30. Mnsonlc Tcjmplo building. OF Pattern H&ts Doctors Could Not Help Her. "I had kidney trouble for years," writes Mrs, Raymond Connor, of Slid ton, Wash., nnd the doctors could not help mo. I trod Foley's Kidney Unto nnd tho very first dose gnvo mo relief nnd I am nov cured, I ennnot say too much for Foley's Kldnoy Cure." J, M. Lnffer, A. Warner, J, Lampar tor &. Co. How' Thin? VTa oflar Ona Hundred Dollari rtaward for J1?.?,,0 "' Catarrh that cannot be cured bv unll'i Catarrh Our. ' J. V, OIIKNBY A CO., n. . Propi., Toledo. O. we, the under'luned, havs known i. r, Cheney lortho loit 15 yoara.aud bellove htm perfectly honorable In all builneii traniuotloni, ant) nnanclally able to carry 0U,K?."obllilftl, macl hy their nrm. -WW ft TllUAX, Wholutttle BrugKt,u, loiono, o. . i WALDINQ, KINNAN 4 MAHVIN. Who rtalu DruKfilita, Toledo, O. ' Hall's Qatnrrh Oure la t&kart lnternnlly. acting dlrcotly uion the Wood aud raucoui urfiioea of the lyttem. Price 78o per bottle. Bold by all drugjiiita. Ttlmonfi free. Unll'i family JfUli w tbtbeit. Feet Swollen to Immense Size. "I had kidney troublpso bad that I could not work," snys, J. J. Cox, of Vnlley Vlaw, Ky., "royffcot were swol len to Immense size npd I wns con fined to my bed nnd physlclnns wero uunblo to glvo mo nny relief. ' My doctor Anally prescribed Foloy's Kid ney Oure, which made a well man of me." E;i?e"Hatl?sfeUer" NOW READY TO SERVE LADIEB AND GENTLEMEN AT ALL HOURS and Millinery Novelties Will trxke place on Thursday & Friday, Sept. 11-12 To which you are moit cordially invited. NELSON'S MILLINERY 624 SOUTH MAIN ST. -!rtt4ftt4r-::---'-)tX-- 1$ Order cooking from 0 a.m. to Midnight A Parson's Noble Act. "I wnnt nil tho worjd to know," writes O. J. Budlong, of Ashnwny, R. I., "whnt n thoroughly good rellnblo inedlclno I found In Electric Bitters. They cured mo of Jnundlco and Llvar troubles thnt cnused mo grent suffer ing for ninny yenrs, For n genuine, nll-nrouud curo they excel nnythlng I over saw." Electric Bitters nre tho surprlso of all for'th'e'lr wonderful work in Liver, Kdncy nnd Stomach troubles. Don't fali ' to try them. Onlv KOcts. SatUfnctlon Is cuaran. teed by 0. B. Harper & Co. OUR CUISINE THE BEST OUR PRICES REASONABLE Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars DETTLING & BUEHRLE, Props .Money to Loan In any amount at Prevailing Rtwtes. Brunei- is Goodhue Cooke Co. Better Than Your Forefathers Drank Wo use old methods of making beer they wero good but we Improve on them. Consequently, our brand of beer is as good ns nny better than most. Wo print this ndvertlsement to per- suado you to try our product you'll always uso it. THE GEO. J. RENNER BREWING C0U1PANY Akron,0, Alaskan Volcanoes Grumbling. Seattle, Wnsh'., Sept- ll.-Passengers on tho stenm'or Bortbn, Just nrrlvcd from AIoska,;rsport tynt tho volcanoes Redoubt;, TJlfjruma ond Augustine nro in eruption. I Rend pem'ocrnt liners., Fined For Stealing Coal. Gazzio Zoltnn and Harley Qlllettlft two boys, were fined $5 and costs Wet! nesday by Squire P. II. Hoffman fpl stealing coal along tho tracks of th B. & O. Read the Democrat liners. T1J sienfttan li oo ti7 bos ot tbo gesatna Laxative Bromo-OulaineiMuu YZ&$l?& xS!ll!S!SJLSUS!fm.9 v r V! to -ft- 'Vt . M. TOWWi-iifite. V SifM '4 . - jth. ms4$i&&''. .JUntiijW. ,-...sEv.4j , pcrrnrriF (ww ir&sssjM : . . j fa .gi-wtiN MEM rf '-'I Willi. HMIt..!.