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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT
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THE DEMOCRATS
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WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTED Men to loam barber trade.
Steady practice by free work, ex
pert Instructions, demonstrations,
loctures and splendid opportunities
for graduates. Tools presented,
wages Saturdays, board Included.
Catalogue and particulars mailed
free. Moler Barber College, Chicago,
111. 122-tf
iWANTHD Good yard man; one cham
bcrmald and one pastry cook at
the Barborton Inn. 118-tf
,WANTED A good porter and pin
boys, 15 to 16 years old, Enqulro at
Al Berrodln's Bowling alleys, 811
S. Main st. 120-tr
WANTED FEMALE HELP
.WANTED Fifty girls immediately.
Tho Werner company, iron;. O.
J23-128
WANTED Ambitious' bdys and girls
to earn good money qutsldc of school
hours. Call 114South Summit st.,
Monday and Tuesday after 4 p. m.,
or address Tho Blttmore Wheat
Hearts Co., 401 Electric building,
Cleveland Ohio. 125-127
WANTED Girls at Goodyear Tiro &
Rubber Co. ' 120 tf
WANTED Immediately, a fow girls
for good paying position. Apply at
Enterprise Mfg. Co. 125-127
WANTED By October 1st, good girl
for general housework; no washing.
Apply Mrs. H. H. Jacobs, C07 So.
High st. 12G-128
WANTED Experienced salesladies In
dress goods. Upham-Brouso Co. 121
LICENSED FIREMAN Married,
wants position at once. References
given. Address Fireman, Democrat
office. ' 124-120
WANTED A competent woman 'to
do Janitor work at the Grand Opera
House. Apply nt box office. 110 tf.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish
ed rooms on second floor. Enquire
112 1-2 N. Walnut St.
124-120
FOR RENT Two largo unfurnished
rooms. 575 West Market 125-127
FOR RENT One furnished room, with
bath. Enquire 118 Crosby st.
125-127
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
Furnace heat. Apply 111 S. Wal
nut st. 125-127
FOR RENT Six room houso on West
Hill, In good repair; very convenient;
handy to center of city. Crfll on J.
Heffernan, tho plumber, 107 East
Market st. Res. 116 N. Walnut st.
125-127
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TOR RENT 8 room house, In East
Akron, handy to Goodyear Rubber
Co. Inquire nt 115 McGowan st.
124-120
FOR RENT A 5-room house on Byo
ave., $8 per month. Call nt 178 May
nve., or 220 So. Ma':i-BROUSE &
HOLLINGER. 125-120
FOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT
A new house with largo looms,
polished floors, two grates, furnace
and bnth. Money to loan. Phone
510. 48 Central building. G. W.
Gridley. 113 tf
I0ST
LOST Sunday aftornoon, a ladies' gold
watch on High, Thornton, Fnlr or
Main sts. Finder return to Mrs. M.
E. Rohner, 014 Summit nnd receive
reward. 120-128
LOST Between No. 1 engine houso
nnd Franklin st., think in tho vicinity
of Union depot or Werner Company,
pocket book containing money and
ftjM valuable papers bearing my signa-
nnd receive reward. S. L. Manners.
120-128
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED An experienced telegraph
operator, can use Remington type
writer nnd understands keeping
books, wants position In private of
fice, good reference. Address, "Rem
lngton," caro this office, 120-128
AGENTS WANTED-Quick sollcrs.
Great big profit sell anywhere.
Geneva Remedy Co., 125 So. High
st. Open evenings 0:30 to S. HOtf
WANTED General agents to hnndlo
ono of the best Investments on tho
mnrket. A i,ood man should make
$50 to $75 weekly. Inducements nre
tho best guaranteed position. Wis
consin Oil Co., 80-88 Michigan st.,
Milwaukee, Wis. 110-141
WANTED To buy for cash, ono 5
room, two 0 room, nnd two 7 room
houses, rnrkhlll & Sharp, 180 S.
Main. 124-120
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MISCELLANEOUS.
FOB RENT Blacksmith shop, woven
miles from Akron, fn good location.
Enqulro Fred Dethloff, East Akron,
K. F. D., No. 1. 124-120
HUMMHL'S IIACK LINE,
Hacks leavo Barbertou 0:30 a. m.,
and 4:45 p. m. '
Leavo Doylestown 8 a. m. ,nnd 3 p.
m.
SPECIAL orders
GIVEN. PROMPT ATTENTION.
THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO.
Coal, transfer and livery.
Packing, moving and storing of goods,
coaches, coupes nni1 carriages for fu
nerals, weddings, pnrtlqs and callings.
Ofllces Nos. 123-125 Carroll Bt Tel.
300. No. 110 Nnlllgh st. Tel. 42.
THE DRY GLOVE CLEANER Is tho
best preparation yet discovered for
cleaning iM Gloves. For sale only ly
us, In the Glove1 Dcpt, which is the
most complete department In tbo8inte
of Ohio. Prlco 15c. Dnguo 1roar& Co.
PACKING AND STORING-We pack
and store furniture. Krntz Furniture
Store, 140 S. Howard st. Phone
042.
What is thp use of saying nhe best
company," or ' tho strongest com
pany?" or "the largest company?"
They all say those things.
Wo say simply:. Tho Penn Mutual
Lifo Insurance Company, of Philadel
phia, organized 1S47. That tells tho
whole story.
JOHN O. BLOOMFIELD, Agt
Schumacher Block. Tel. 015.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Good Remington Type
writer nnd stand, Safe, Standing
Desk Counter, Flat top desk and
chairs nearly now, largo wrapping
table nnd other fixtures. Call nt No.
103 'North Man st., under Everett
Bldg. W. G. Good. 125tf
FOR SALE A good covered wagon,
must sell nt once as party wants to
leavo city. This Is a bargain. En
quire room 1, Arcado. 110-tf
FOR SALE One G year old mule, 10
hands high; one 5 year old draft
mare, weight 1450; two general pur
pose horses, nnd an extraordinary
driver. 128 and 130 North Mnln st.
People's phono No. 004. 120-128
FOR SALE Ladles' bicycle, cost $35,
used six weeks, price $20. Address
II. O. Stokes, 147 S. Summit st.
126-128
FOR SALE Cheap one No. 4 Morgan
steam boiler, In good condition. En
quire room 2-3-0, Hamilton building.
12G-128
FOR SALE One good family pnclng
hoise,. Stnnhopo buggy, nnd harness.
Inquire at 10 cent feed barn, 108
Cherry st. 12.J-127
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE OR RENT-A 12 room
house, strictly up-to-date, with all
modern conveniences; flue brick barn
on lot; centrally located; will rent
furnished or unfurnished, reasonably
Jo right party. Inquire nt Democrat
office. 07-tf
FOR SALE
Cozy 4 room house at $075. This is
a good property; only $150 down re
quired. Home, W. Crosier st. Price $1250.
$250 down, balance In monthly pay
ments. There Is no tflace In South
Akron nt $1700 or $1800 that will equal
this. P. P. Bock & Co.
FOR SALE Look at, the property on
Jackson St., near Wooster ave. car
barn. It Is n bargain nt $1750, Beau
tiful lot on Park at., at a bargain.
Money to loan, P. P. Bock & Co.
SUNNYSIDB
Lots 50x150 feet for $00 to $110. Suiv
nysldo is situated on the beautiful
plateau just north of the Fnlr ground
on the lino of ho Cuyahoga Falls
and Akron Street railroad. Just tno
place for a homo with n garden. No
better place in Summit county for fruit
nnd vegetables. Excellent soil, pure
air, and good water. Excellent In
vestment, better than money in bank.
SALE NOW ON, For the benefit of
those who could not call today wo will
bo at Sunnysido tomorrow from 2 to
4 p. m.
O. H. & S. E JONES, '
Phone 452. Coptr"1 Building,
FOR SALE By Henry Holtz, Ab
bey block, People'ji phpnsa.on. 1380.
-1 nn ncres. 5- rnilqs west of
JJ " Akron, coll, rich clay
and sandy Joarn, good water nnd
fruit, 7 room bouse, now, modern,
hen house, 20x80, spjondld bank barn
and other outbuildings. This farm
everything considered, Is snld to be
the best m Surara'lt county; If sold
soon, can be. bought -for $7000.
OO acrqs'nlUHIrtbfo land, B miles
UvJ west of Akron, everything to
make a farm corapletrt, $2800,
Farms of 5 K,, 20, fif, 30, 40 and 03
ncrea for snlo or tiade. Open Satur
day evenings,' 125
FOR SALE-REAL fcUTATE.
FOR HALE-By J. I. Uachtol, 183
H. Howard'st Phono 722.
203 May, 8 reams, furnace, gas, sew
er, water, cemented cellar, Itfirn, $2250,
Cor. 8. Mnln mid B. Crosier, 7 room,
gas, water, sewer, barn, lot 80x155,
rare offer at $2350.
8 room houses, Bachtel nvc., $1000,
$2000.
Lot 50x132, Bell, near Woostor, $400.
100 dale, good location, JuBt oft Cros
by, 8 rooms, desirable; o.ily $2500.
Double house, Faior nve., oniy $ ioso.
Cor Coburn nnd Thornton, 7 rooms,
very cheap nt $1050.
List with us for quick results. Money
loaned 'nt 'lowest rales.
FOR SALE-By Grldlcy & Mj1
thbler, 48 Central bldg. rliono 51C:
421 D. Buchtol nve., modern, $3300.
115 E. Crouso St., barn, $1200.
211 13. Miller avc., gas, e(c. $1800.
1075 S. Main St., fine lot. $2000.
210 Spear st., modern, $4500,
205 Wolf St., 7 rooms', only $1150.
220 2nd nvc., 7 rooms, barn, bargain,
$1125,
Farms for sale or exchange.
Money to loan. Sat&Montf
FOR SALE By'iJrouso & Hollinger
010 E. Buchtel nve., line place, good
location, $4000.
217 Sumner st., near Carroll or Ex
change, 0 rooms, gas, One plumbing,
place worth $3500, our price $3250.
545 W. Market, 10 rooms, furnace,
sewer, water, gas, bath, $3500.
2 good properties on Long st 0 rms.,
well water, $1050.
8 roonj house E. North st., lot 00 by
100, $1550.
House nnds two lots W. North st.,
flno location, 3U500.
1 roonii Iriifao corner Boulevard! and
SHitti-st,,. nearly new, $800.
.124'Bnchtel nv flno large new 8-room
house, furnace, cistern, sewer, $2550.
No. 305 E. South, 7 rooms, furnace,
well, sewer, nice lot, $1000. .
0S8& E. 'Exchange; all complete,
1800.
Fine houso on Sumner st.
2 flr3tclasj properties on Prospect st.
Many other properties all over tho
city.
No. 220 South Main st.
BROUSE & HOLLINGER. 125-127
FOR SALE-Two building lots near
tho new Miller school and Fourth
Church of Christ. A bargain. Ad
dress, Real Estate, caro Democrat.
FOR SALE-By II. 0. Busby, room
1, Arcade block. People's phones, 500:
Seven room house, nt 120 W. Tall
mndge avc., good lot; $25 down, bal
ance on easy monthly payments. Mon
ey to loan at 0 por cent, tf
FOR SALE 0 room house North TJn
'Ion st, $1450; $250 down, balance,
easy terms.
0 room houso Slher st gas, sewer
connections, etc., less than $1800.
217 North Maple, 7 rooms, $1500.
13-room houso S. High near P. O.
102 N. Broadway, 2 houses, $1800.
5-room house Etna st., $1100.
5-room, furnace, Colllnwood, $1000.
Other property in all parts of tho
city. F. J. WETTACH,
Hamilton Building. 125 tf
FOR SALE Brand new seven room
house, on Raymond st., near Bowery,
two lots on Raymond st., 52 acres In
Copley. Adolph Grelslnger, 128 Yale
st. 11G-141
FOR SALE
0 room nouse, nnd barn, Cedar St.,
near Bowery, $1000.
8 room house, West Hill, mantle, fur
nace, bath room and natural gas, now
vacant, for a short time, $1050.
Lot, Stclner 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. H. & S. E. JONES,
Peo. phone, 452.
FOR SALE-By Pnrkhlll & Sharp,
180 South Main st. People's phone 2
on 1113.
Market and Prospect, fine lcsidcnco,
! acre land, worth $8000, only,$G5pO.
155 S. Broadway, 10 rooms, modern,
$4700.
113 Ackley, 7 rooms, only $S40.
117 Ackley, 0 rooms, new, $000.
Market nnd Summt sts., 8 rooms,
modem, worth $4000, only $3000.
Second ave., lot 50x140, cheap or
will trade for horse nnd buggy.
Farms to trode for city property.
Money to loan. Open evenngs.
124 tf
FCUND
FOUND The best placo '.o borrow
money privately on furniture, with
out removal; easy terms. N. M.
Berk, 103 S. IIov,ard, both phones.
4 tf
Illinois Central Railroad
Very low one-way second class rates
during
SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER
VIA.
TO
- CALIFORNIA,
OREGON,
WASHINGTON arid
the NORTHWEST.
Through personally conducted excur
sion sleepers to CALIFORNIA.
For particulars call on nny ticket
ngeut or addres,
V. W. HARLOW,
Division Pnesv Agt.,
423 Vino St., Cincinnati, 0.
' MONEY. TO LOAN .
MpNEY TO LOAN.,on RIMLj'.BTAtri
$100
$200
$300
000
$700
$800
$000
$100
$500
$1000
Hale As Contcs, 314 Everett bldg, Tel
People's 377 Otf
CLOTHES FRESSIKO.
Akron Clothe & Pressing Co
Regular Prloo.
Full suits, sponged and pressed, ,75c
Overcoats, sponged and pressed.. 50c
Punts, sponged and prosscd 25c
Clennlng business suits ..$2.00
Pants cleaned .. ....75c
Goods called for and delivered to
any part of tho city. Mall orders giv
en prompt attention. Peorlo's phone
754; Bell 2801 green.
310 East Mill st.
CASPER ZINTEL
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS
OF BRUSHES.
Orders promptly attended to,
155 South Main st.( Akron, O.
COAL.
A. D, ELLIS.
COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN
ERAL TEAMING
and transferring. Pnrcels and trunks
delivered. Transient and boarding
stnblo. Offlco nnd stable, 228-230 W.
Market st. ''oth phones No. 257.
Telephone 655
R T. McCourt
FPR FINEST
Coaohes in the City.
On call nt all times.
,Full Line of Livery.
All cushion t1ri. Largest moving
vans In tho city. Best of service guar
anteed. Prices reasonable. Botii phonca.
Textile Mfg. Co
Awnings and Tents
Horse, Wagon and
Floor Covers
Gymnasium Mats
and Ropes
Anything mado from Canvas, by
hand or machine.
People' phones Business hours -No.
737! any other time, No. 005.
135 South Main St.
i.a 1 .!ir..iv art condition of 111 honlth
that is not beuohted by tho occmlonal ue
0'flR.I.r.A.N.B Tnbulc. rorinle by Drug
..... i'i,n r.-it-n.r.ont nnnket U enoucb for
Snordlnnry oromlon. The family botUe,
60 cents, contain' a mpply for n year.
Qucera (L Crescea
ROUTE
Excellent Through Service
from Cincinnati to
AH Important Southern Cities.
W. W. DUNNAVANT.T. P. A.. CLCVCLANP, O.
W. J. MURPHY, W. C. PlntfARtON,
OEN'L MANAQt H. C C W L PABO'On A KMT.
CINCINNATI.
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.
Read the Democrat liners'.
harperN
KENTUCKY
(whiskey)
for Gentlemen
who cherish
V . Quality.
THE MAM WHO TOLD.
Confession of J. K.
Astonishing
- j?lil&ttP' .
ffnKHM
pbm
St. Louis, Sept. 15. It was tho confession of J. K. Murrell. of bribe
taking by St. Louis Delegates that s torted the investigation which has so
startled the entire country. A degree of municipal fraud and corruption Is
being ' "UlfenrtfteU Inconsequence that
American cities.
AKRON MARKETS.
(Thcso prices furnished dally by L.
, Kryde. & Sons.)
BUYINC TRICES.
Wheat, new, 70.
Wheat, old, 70.
Rye, per bu., 48 to f2c.
Com, new, 30c to 37c.
Timothy seed, per bu., S1.50 to $2.
Clover seed, per bu.. $4 to $5.
Hay, baled, $0 to $12.
Shaw, baled, $3 to $0.
Oats, old, 45c.
New Oats, 82c.
SELLING PRICES.
Middlings, per cwt $1.10 to $1.40.
Hay, par cwt.. 70c, 75c
New oats, 35 to 40.
Corn, new, per bu., 38c to 15c.
Bran, per cwt., 00.
Btraw, per bale. 40c. 50c.
Clover seed, $3.25 to $0.
Timothy seed, $2 to $2.25.
(These prices furnished dnlly bj
Jas. Christy Jr. & Co.)
Green calf hides, No I, per lb. 9c.
.Green beef hides, No. 1, per lb., GVic
to 7c.
Sheep pelts, 40 to 60c.
Tallow per lb, 5&
BUYING PRICES.
(These prices furnished daily by Nelan
B, others.)
Eggs, stilctly fresh, per doz., 18c to
10c.
Chickens, live, por lb., 7c to 8c.
Butter, creamery, per lb.. 21.
Potatoes, new, per bu , 40 to 50.
RETAIL P.'UCER.
Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz., 22c.
Chickens, dressed per lb, :5.
Butter, creamery, por lb., 25.
Potatoes, new, per peck, 20c.
These pi Ices furnished dally by
Armour & Co.
Dried beef, ll'ic to 14c.
Skinned haroe, 12V4 to 12.
California hams, 0 to 0c.
Bacon, 15VjC to 18c.
Simon pure lard, in tierces, 12.
Sugar cured hnras, 12U to 13c.
Compound lard, in tierces, 7.
Country kettle lard, In pierces, ll4.
60 lb. tubs, c over tierces.
Dressed calves, 10 to 10V$.'
Dressed beef, 7 to 10V5. ,
Dresed hogs, 84 to S?ic.
Cattle, live, 3c to 5'Z.c.
Lambs dressed, 10 to lie.
Hogs, llvo, 0. '
Lamb, alive, 5 to 6c.
Fine New Barn.
Mr. Charles C. Goodrich is having
plans drawn for n fine barn, to be
erected this fall nnd winter on his
property on Perkins Hill.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Abstract. Title
Guarantee & Trust Co., 220 South Main
St.
Julo Glgandct to John Brlggcr. 01.38
Loran L. Ovlatt to Arthur H.
feet on South St., $1156.
Dlttrlpk, 52tf feet on Main st, in Hud
son. $725,
Roslna L. Klttelberger to James J.
nnd Lucy P. Gllletly. 58 feet on Third
st., In Cujnhogn Fails, $250.
Elizabeth Holderlmum to William R.
Stradtmnn 4 03 ncies In Portage.
$1200.
Hannah L. Baumgartel nnd others
to John F. Baurugartol, 58.51 acres of
land In Coventry; nlro n light of way
of u 15 foot lnno, $1.
Gruco 0. Waymouth to Frances D.
Brown, n lot of fond In Waymouth
allotment, $235.
.1
Grace 0. Wajuiouth o Ernest Beck-
IMurreil Has Had
Results.
Is without equal In the history ol
ler, land In the Wayraouth allotment,
$00.
Grace C. Waymouth to John R. Au-
gle, land In tho Waymouth allotment,
$299.
G. C. Baumgnrtel and others to
Hannah L. Baumgartel, 1054 awes
on the Akron and Manchester .road,
$000.
G. C. Hansen to Elizabeth' Roepke,
00 feet on Jefferson St., $1.
Oscar C. Kirn and others to Orien B.
Martin, 45 feet on Kirn St., $500.
O. L. Miksch to M. G. SeUer, 71.51
acres of land In Springfield, $4000.
J. M. Larklns to W. A- Larklns,
121.04 acres of land in Hudson, $2
and otber considerations
A. D. Alexander to Fred Schwamp,
40 feet on Fourth st., $1250.
George M. Ott to Charles E. Tillett,
50 feet on Martha ave., $300.
Orlando Wilcox nnd Frank T. Heath
as executors, to Charles X. Gaylord,
parcel of land on Front St.; also alley
In the rear, Cuyahoga Falls, $4500.
Clemcnt'ne M. Bralnard to Salem
F. Wntklns, 40 feet on Crosier 6t.,
$1400.
Lou M. Cnssell to M. S. Dally, 32
feet on Hopocan ave., Barberton, $450.
Charles A. McCoy to Minnie J. Mc
Whlnnoy, 20 feet on North Howard
st., $425.
Eltlna M. Collett to Anna C. Mc
T.aln, 3S feet on Byors ave., $2300.
J. D. Bnlllie to Tho Akron Smoking
Pipe Co., 50 feet on a street in Mog
adore, $250.
Wm. T. Sawyer to Martin J. Kling,
40 feet on Colllnwood nve., $150.
Fenton Curtis to Mary F, Webb, 50
feet on a street in Mogadore, $1.
John McXamara to B. O. Etilng, 100
feet on Mclvln St., Barberton, $400.
Frank G, Kelly, Sheriff, to Margaret
McGanry, 70 feet on Beck ave., $3075.
Samuel Ra'uvaln to August Knight,
08-100 of an acre north of fair
grounds, $85.
William Walsh to J. W- Walsh, 4
acres of land In Cuynhoga Falls, $1
love and affection.
Inspirator does cure asthma.
Reed Deraomt liner column.
C E. SOCIETIES
Have Elected Officers For An
other Term.
The following C. E. societies have
leported elections;
Grace Reformed Presidont, Clara
L. Smith; vice president, Grace Wey.
gandt; recording secretary; Maud
Brownless; treasurer, Chas. Waltz.
First Church of Christi-PreBldcnt,
Chas. Plum; vice president, Grace
Zabnlser; secretary, Agnes Dorrance;
treasurer, Ralph Kryder; editor, Leora
Bachtel; Junior superintendent, Ella
Thompson.
First United Brethren President,
Dr. G. A. Thelfis; vice president, I.
R. Renner; secretary, Lizzie McCain;
treasurer, Ralph Foltz; pianist, Blnnch
Lcchner; assistant plnnlst, Lulu
Swelts-er; chbrlster, Elmer Eckart,
1)11. rKNMKll'M
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and'
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RAILROAD TIME TAUMS'
THE NORTHERN OHIO It. IU
Depot North Matn St.
Depart No, 1. ...... .........
Depart No. 11 4:90 prt
Arrive No. 2 4:00 pn
Arrive No. 12 12:06 pm
LAKE ERIE A WESTERN B. . i
Northern Ohio Division.
Depot North Mnln St. ,
No.l Lt 830 am. No. 11 Lv 4:90 ps I'd.
No.2 Ar4.00 pmNo.12 Ar 12.03praloc'l
All dally except Sunday.
NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
A. B. C. Division. -
Cars leave the waiting room, Hamil
ton bulldlnir, for Cleveland, at 0:40
a. m., 0:40 a. m. and tvory half boar i
to 7.-40 p, m, and at 8:40 p. m. and i
10:30 p. ra.
THE KKIE RAILROAD.
Bast West
ClinuUuqua Ex.... 2:20am 1:10am
New York & Chi
cago Llm 8:55 pm 7:08 am
Wells Fargo Er.
(See note 1 2:55 am 12:01pm
Marlon Expross
(See noto 2) 12:34 pm
Chicago & Atlantic
EzDrlxs 8:54 am G&Oddi
New York special. 12:45 pm 8?38 pro
Youugstown Ex
press 4:25pm HUSata
Dally. Noo 1, dlly except Mon
days and day following legal boll
days. Note 2, Monday only.
THE BALTIMORE & OHIO SYSTEM.
Depart, West Arrive
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 6:00am
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 3:10pm
Chicago Fast Ex
press S:55am
Chicago Fast Ex
857pm
0:42am
8 :20pm
0:43am
Ij52am
press " i .oijpm
Chicago Limited. . .11:40pm
IDally.
Other trains dally except
Sunday.
Depart East
Arrive
Chicago & New York
Limited a.OOam ll;S3pr.i
Youngstown
and Pittsburg . . . 0:55am 7:35prfl
Chicago & Youngs
town 8:20pm 8:40am
Akron, & Pittsburg 12:15pm ll:42ajn
Dally. Other trains dally except
Sunday.
GOING NORTH.
How. st Union East
DepoL Depot Akron
No. 4C.... 7.-06nm 0:50am 0:33acj
No. 4 ... 0:10am 0:01am
No. 0 12:01pm ll:50nm 11:43am
No. 104.... 5:18 4:53pm 4:58pm
No. 8 S:35pm 8:20pm 8:22pm
No. 12 ....0.50am 0:40am
GOING SOUTH.
No. 7 .... 8:15am 8:35am 8:45ah3
No. 11 -.-.12:01pm 12:20pm 12:23ptoi
No. 0 .... 4:30pm 4:53pm 5:07pm
No. 47' ... 7.32pm 7:50pm 8:02pm
No. 5 lEOam 12:50am 1:02am
No. 3 .... 2:53pm 3:05pm to Akrou
only.
Does not enter Union depot Sundays.
C. A. & O. RAILWAY.
North. South.
Cincinnati and Cleve 0.05am D.-OSpm
Akron & Pittsburg. 8:20am 8:10pm
Columbus & Cleve. .11 :35am 2:53pm
Cincinnati & Cleve. 4:25pm 035nm
Pittsburg nnd N. Y. 4:17pm ll:i0am
Dally. Others dally except Sunday.
CANTOII-AKRON RY. CO.
Cars leave E. Akron, (Blue Pond) fo
panton, New Berlin, Greentown, Union,
town, and Springfield lnke at 0:40, 8:10,
0:40. 11:10 a.m., 12:40, 2:10, 3:40, 5:10,
0:40, 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.
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RAILROAD NOTICES.
G. A. R. RATES, WASHINGTON,
D. 0.
$10 round trip via C, A. & C. Ry. &
Penna. Lines, Oct. 3 to 0. Return
limit Oct. 14. subject to extension until
Nov. 3. One stop-over allowed at any
station on direct line between Pittsburg
nnd Washington, on both going and re
turn trip. For further particulars eeo
Ticket Agent, Union depot.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO HUROPH1
Via all leading lines at lowest ratei
Cook's personally conducted toura.
Information cheerfully given upon ap
plication to 0. D. Honodle, ticket agent,
Union depot
RATES REDUCED TO CANTON.
Via C. T. & V. R. R. every Sunday. 50
cents round trip on morning trails,
good returning any train same day.
G. A. R. RATES, WASHINGTON,
D. C.
$10 00 round trip via B. & O. R. R.-,
Oct 3 to 0. Return limit, Oct. 14, sut
ject to extension until Nor. 3rd. Ona
stop-over allowed at any station on
direct line between Pittsburg and
Washington, on both going and return
trip. For further particulars see Tick
et Agent Union Depot.
NEGRO
Shot an Officer and Narrowly
Escaped Lynching.
Camden, N, J., Sept. 15. Pollcemaa
Jsaac Shreeves was shot and probably
fatally wounded Saturday by
Frank Daniels, a negro. Shreeves had
arrested Daniels on suspicion that
ho was tho man who assaulted Mrs.
Lydia Hudson, a white woman, at
Merchants Falls, laBt night. A enrwd1
of Pennsylvania railway shop em;
ployes tried to lynch Daniels. It toojc
eight policemen to protect tho negro
till they got him t.o the Jail. ,
The lawn fete to be given by the
Jadles of the C. S. of O., Sept. 12, has
been changed to a social to bo he)d in
Catholic ball, Doylo block, Monday,
Sept. 15,
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