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THUnSDAY, BBPT. 18, 1002.
i f. -a AIRON PAIIiYI DEMOCRAT p: f HE DEMOCRAT fy 82 Enst MH1 street, Akron O. -" PUBLISHED BY ,.The Akron Democrat Co. Wintered nt tho postofllce nt Akron, O., V as second-class matter. g? Clio Dally Democrat will bo delivered i, overy evening by carrier for SDC CEBIS A WEEK Br mall $3.00 $1.50 for six months. ... Both Phones . . . Business office 180 Editorial and News Boom 872 - EASTERN OFFICE, 50 Nassau street, New York City, " It. J. SHANNON, Manager. THURSDAY, SErT. 18, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATE. For Secretary of State, HERBERT S. BIGELOW, of Hamilton county. 'Vox Judgo of the Supreme Court (Long nnd short terms,) MICUAEIi DONNELLY, i of Henry county. For Stato Dairy nnd Food Commis sioner, PHILIP II. BRUOIC, of Franklin county. For Member of Btnto Beard of Public Works, JOSEPH .T. PATER, of Butler county. $ JUDICIAL. 'V For Judgo of Circuit Court, fj BENJAMIN STARR, of Cuyahoga. CONGRESSIONAL. JTor Member of Congress, O. D. EVERIIARD, of Summit COUNTY. For Probate Judge, WM. E. YOUNG of Akron. For Clerk, ALBERT T. PAIGE of Akron. For Sticrllf, E. L. FILLIUS of Hudson. For Treasurer, ROBERT L. ANDREW of Akron. For Commissioner, JOHN McNAMARA. Of Barbcrton. For Recorder, JAMES H. BURT of Akron. For Coroner, DR. C. J. HAYES. of Manchester. For Infirmary Director, B. F. DAVIS of Akron. Why not send Gen. Boles to Con gress in placo of Henderson? A stenographic report of tho recent .conference nt Oyster Bay would make Interesting vending. . Mny be Speaker Honrtorson will toko Mt all bock, as was dono In case of the j resignation of Congressman Burton, of Cleveland, two months ngo. When, tho American eonsumor do- ".''- rlrtPH flint lie has hnri nnniitrli nt tuol , extortion ho will voto for tariff revis ion. Meanwhile much of tho sympa thy that Is being lavished upon the consumer might bo spared. Akron's Democrat, will holp their Republican neighbors glvo tho "glad hand" to visitors to tho campaign oponlng next week. Thcro is nothing partisan about tho quality of Akiou's hospitality. , Those Iowa Congressmen must be pretty greon In politics when they re- -, i (Sign because they fenr something will bo dono to disturb tho trusts. Tho lown constituents do not seem to share tho npprehonBlong of their Con pressmen In this regoml. ,., Tho Boor generals who are coming to America, It Is safe to predict, will ; not distinguish themselves by drink- Jng frorh n slipper of an actress, but on itrip other hand they will not be made so much of by th Newport fashion- , tiblos ns Grand -Duko Boris has been. If tho Ohio Legislature can ad journ to attend the Fall Festival nt Cincinnati, surely It enn do the same to allow members to bo present nt the" Republican campaign opening In ,, Akron. The Democrat makes tho , ,wotlon In good faith. I thoro a sec ywd7 U , While likely successors to tho House ' jMwaUorshlp are being discussed, in vlow of1 Mr. Henderson's determina tion not to again bo a candidate foi Congress, one Gen, Chas. Dick should not bo overlooked. Such an addition to tho Akron man's title would bo quite becoming. "An long as I remain In tho Senate and can raise n hand to stop you, you shall never touch a schedule of tho tariff net," Is tho defiance which press reports credit Senator Hannn with having' Issued nt tho Oyster Bay conference. It Is likely that there will bd more oratdry of tho "Wood-man-spare-thnt-treo" nature at the Akron campaign opening next week. Tho Impression is growing that If there Is to be any tariff revision, It will have to be brought about by a Democratic Congress. FOR RECORDER, CAPT. J. H. BURT Captain James H. Burt genial, Jolly, hnrd-worklng, self-respecting "Jim" Burt-ls tho Democratic candl dote for County Recorder. Captain Burt Is well known to tho people of tho Southern portion of the county, largely because of his long connection with tho mining interests there. Ho is well kndwn to Akron people becnusa of his residence here for a number of years, nnd he Is well known tho county over largely because of his having been a deputy when Mr. Wni. Williams was Sheriff. Cant. Burt is opo of those men whom everybody likes and respects. Ho Is not a "good fellow" iil the senso that he has plenty of money and throws It around freely, but he Is a good fellow be cause ho always speaks a pleasant word, because his hand Is over reach ing out to do a good turn for others and because htf is an unselfish, honest, able man the kind of u man whoso dally life is, though It never occurs to him, a Hying example of the Golden Rule. Capt. Burt's quollflcfttlons for tho County Recordershlp are not only his personal ability, but his faithfulness to duty, no matter what that duty may be. A volume might bo written in elaboration of those good qualities, but it would do little but emphasize them. Capt. Burt has nlwayB been a Democrat, but ho never quarreled with any man over politics, and nmong all parties ho has warm, loyal, loving friends. A MILLION FOR HIS WIDOW Sh,e Was Not Mentioned In the Will. But Will Receive Dower. White Plains, N. Y., Sept. 18. Law yer Joshua M. Flero, wsis filed with Surrogate Silkman, of West Chester c6unty? tho will of Bradford B. Mc Gregor. Young McGregor left about $1,000, 000, but bis widow of a few hours Is not niontlonod In the will. Mr. Mc Gregor mode It just before he sailed for Carlsbad, Germany. One of tho heirs Is James Smith, of Mt. Vernon, Who Is bequeathed fifty shares of Standard Oil trust stock. Ho was confidential secretary for M. Mc Gregor's father and was a favorite employe of his son. After a gift of Standard Oil stock to another friend, tho mothor receives the residue of tho estate. Adoin W. S. Cochrane, who was a personal friend of the testator, receives 100 shores of Stondnrd OH stock. Although Mrs. McGregor, the young widow, Is cut off without a cent, sho fulls heir to her dower right in the real estato, which will aggregate about $1,000,000. Under tho laws of tho State she will bo entitled to one-third of this amount. Tho widow will not contost tho will, ns tho mother of Bradford McGregor intends to tnke good core of tho young widow, nud It Is her Intention to bequeath her nil her o'vn property when she dies. WOMAN'S HAT LED TO SERIOUS INJURY RocUford, III., Sept 18-Mrs. W. Fletcher Barnes, of this city, was acci dentally Hhot at a summer resort near Manltowlsh, Wis. A hunter, mistaking her hat for a bird, discharged both barrels of a shotgun itt her, inflicting Injuries so serious ns to necessltato her removal to a Chlcugo hospital. SMALL WRECK. w. & L. E. Trains Collided at Mogadore. (Special Correspondence.) Mogadore, Sept. 17. Tho loromaflvo Of, n wreck train on tho" W. & L. L struck tho rear car in n freight train Monday uud did considerable damage. Trafllp wnri delayed sovernl .hours. Tho garoo played between tho mar ried men and the local baseball team resulted in a victory for tho Inttcr by a score, of 37 to 7. Mr, Frank K. Myers nnd Miss Mabel UIui vyere married Wednesday. Wise and Otherwise! i.l t i t.it IfcH-H . -HttS September's doing well. ! Talk, talk, talkcty talk. f The tust Is on tho screens. -tt It mny bo n green Christmas yet. - -- Bob White's looking up tho" game lnws. Mr. Wllhelm is also somowhat of a talker. -H . . As we go to press Mr. Sawyer is still talking. -f To tho rag-bag or tho chest with the peek-a-boo garment. tt Corn on tho cob Is much preferablo to corn on the foot. ! Gen. Gnuthlcr Is an energetic, ns well ns forclblo talker. -X- Tho elder made today will have a beguiling sparkle at the fair. Mr I One of the greatest battles over fought out In the Council chamber, it 4- Tho rubber boot, olso, will soon find that It hns a sphere In theidolngs of men. -t- Hope long deferred may mnke the, heart sick but tho tiger's breath is no remedy. ., By bushels of talk, he won -In a walk. This little gem Is dedicated to Mr. Sawyer. X- ' If the South-ciulers like a good fight er, they must all of them be In lovo with Mr. Sawyer, Game will bo plentiful until the sea son opens. Then tho beasts and birds will be remarkably sendee. ' It would seem that tho members of Council are not averse to taking a glnss of beer once in a while, ' The pollco and firemen will now be wondering whether they jumped Prom tho frying pan Into tho fire. -f Akron's perennial literary is getting lots of practice these times. Two Council meetings in two nights. -:: Anyway Contractor James Brown w411 make a first-class custodian when the City Hall slto Is finally selected. W Tramps rcollzo with much regret that the season Is near when tho house wife requires the chopping of much wood. No, Juliette, the Daughters of Jeru salem were not born In that ancient city, but chose the name for other reasons. W. T. Tobln Is coming to know so much about furs thot he will be nblo soon to glvo Ernest Seton-Thompson pointers on wild nnlmals. X- - ! Hereafter, the Rev. Mr. Keller will not be nt a loss to know where to go to see sorao fun. Hq, attended the meeting of Council Jnst night. The pumpkin provnrlcator is prob ably ns expert as tho accomplished fish falsifier. The trail of Ananias Is over them all. Youngstown Vindica tor, a Owing to tho energetic training they got while serving ns City Commission ers, It Is presumed thnt tho two Macs will hustle that now block up In about three weeks. i -f It Is often noticed that the youth who fiwU tho red ear usunlly finds another almost Immediately, tho second being administered by the damsel whom ho tries to kiss. Tho other day a farmer with .$200, 000 was token for n tramp in Akron. A'..iou should look up Its tax duplicate nnd find out who Its wealthy men are. Youngstown Vindicator, tt tt People ore now speaking of Cole Younger ns "tho famous retired ban dit." Cole always wos of n retiring nature. In fnct, he was In tho net of retiring when the olllcers rnught him. tt Akron wilt bo slightly better repro- scnted nt the opening of tho Republi can campaign this year than she wos nt Delaware lost year, where there wero but tuo Akronlons besides Gen crnl Dick. Surely It Is not pofslblo that the Commissioners nro thinking of get ting along with fewer police. Who would trim the trees nnd pick up pa per, etc., nlong tho street, ns suggest ed by Mr, Soy bold? Tho municipal exhibit of prairie dogs, Miulrrels, etc., might bo gather el out of the pnrks nnd plnced In cages at tho City Hnll, to mnko tho "llternrles" held by Council members oven more than ordinarily entertain- Ins. ii 4- W Tho feelings of Couucilmnn Jeremiah Amundsen while ho wiul lelng "fired" from tho secret session of the Board will probably bo understood by tho members pt the latter obout tho tlmo the special session of Legislature nd Joums. X- -K Some of these dnys the police of Youngstown will bite somebody. They nro nctually so "touchy," according to n story told by Pnt Casey, of Sharon, that ono of them arrested him 15 min utes after ho had rolled Into the vli logo, simply because he asked the blue coat to tell him what time It was. a "Then Bhd began quoting Tennyson: "'Breakl Break! Break! O'er thy cold, gray stones, O sea! I would that my tongue could utter tho thoughts that rise In mo.' "Yes," I says, "that's tho way thej say when vacation begins. On tho way back It goes something like this: "Broke! Brokol Broke! By thy hotel, O sea! I wonder if I'l) get over Tho thlngsthnt they did to me?' " Chicago News. ' a A New Ycfrk -rathskeller offers "an epigram w4th every drink." As one tilts n Stein to the proper angle, his eye may rest! on any one of these bits of alleged wisdom: "While beer bring gladness don't forget that wator Only makes you wet" ,' "He who 'drinks' nnd runs away Will live to drink another day.." . "Contentment may be better than money but most men nro willing to take chances' with the money." "Bo merry while you eon today; Thero may bcno tomorrow." "No man is so bad ho cannot find In beer a balm for sorrow." T IN CANTON. 'When a man observes a meteor on his way homo at on early hour In the morning there Is a.ereat deal of satisfaction in learn, 'lifg'that other fellows saw tho sanS thing. Canton' News-Democrat. SKETCH OF GATES AND YERKES. A telegram from London brings tho news that John W. Gates has been barred out of a London hotel becnuso of his promiscuous profanity and equally promiscuous cxpcctoiatlon. But while this Chlcogoan Is persona non grata, another Chlcngoan, Mr. Charles T. YerleY is one of tho per manent gucsta nt the hotel. Evidently, therefore, Mr. Yerkes docs not swear and docs not spit. That Is tho difference between him and 5Ir. Gates. , Chicago Record-Herald. HOMILIES FOR THE HOME. The most becoming thing to any wo man Is that which she can best afford to wear. Overdressed people convey the Im pression thot they are mortgaged to their clothes. Your wife can tell you Just how much you really know about women, but Sho won't. Many a much envied society womnn can tell you how hopelessly empty Is a llfo filled with money. When you wait until all the other places are closed, don't blame your wife for "opening up" when you' get hdme. Don't expect a ruthlessly plucked husband enthusiastically to Indorse tho assertion that fine feathors mako fine birds. If you trust your wifo-half as much as you do your banker, tho chances ore more than two to one, that she won't be the first to break. Now York Times. X- ' ,v- IRA IN THE CITY. I wonder what they're doln' theso le- llghtful days out there, Where the good old crispy foelln' comes a stealln' through the air; I con almost taste the elder that is pourin' from the mill, Seems as though I hear the rustle in the rorn sljock on tho hill. I can seem to sco the pun'klns gleom- In' yellow on tho ground, ( And tho blossoms of tho buckwheat with tho bees a-lnnw.ln' round. I wonder If the apples of the old tree by the gate Havo been gathered yet? They always used to ripen rather Into! And, gee whiz, how good they tasted, and what lots of Juice ihey hod, And tho smell thnt thero wns to 'em thnt alono 'ud tnnke you Blnfhf Oh, I like to be out yondor, where Uie colts kick up nnd piny, And the folks keep on believein' iqt tho Lord ain't, fur away, I wonder If the Uiorn treo is standln' in tho lane, Where the old gray used to rub It, tcorln' hair out of er mane? And I wonder If the corncrlb still Is tlppln' to'rds tho West, As It done when I wns out there, think. In' city lUo the best? And the crick beyond the meadow- s'poso It's thero and gbln'' Mill, Down betwvon tho rows of wllfow.e, post the old red woolen nilll. The Unioi Savings Bank accepts deposits by mail AND PAYS 4 PER CENT. INTEREST ' On all Savings accounts. Write for the Booklet telling how to do your banking by Msfl. DIRECTORS H. C. FRICK W. N. FREW JAMES M'CREA CEO. B. SHAW CEO. I. WHITNEY II. C. M'EIDOWNEY Aj W. MELLON I wonder if they ever, as they're workln on out there, Get to thlnkln' of where 1 am wonder if they ever enre? Oh, I s'poso tho old spring bubbles Just ns cool and Just as clear AS It used to 'fore I ever dreampt of comln' way up here. And the path down from the kitchen, s'poso it's there the samo today, And wore down Tib smooth and bare ns though I'd never come away. I wonder if they ever notice my Ini tials where, Long ago, I cut 'cm' into aUuo stable doors out thero? And I wonder when they see them if they over think of me, Arid would like to see me there where the wind's n-blowin' free, Where the hlck'ry nuts coma tumblln' with a rattle from the limb, And the Lord's still near the people and they still believe In Him? I s'poso the sumac's crimson and the maple's turnln' red, Just as though I'd never left there with ' big notions in my head, And the cows I'll bet go wadtn' to tho middle of the stream, And stand thoro, kind of solemn and look fur away nnd dream. Not a thing hns stopped out yonder Just becnuso I left one day, And If I'd go back the city'd never know I'd been nwoy. Chicago Record-Herald. WANT ALFONSO TO STAY AWAY Madrid, Sept. 18. A dispatch from Son Sebastian states that tho report thnt King Alfonso had promised to visit Mrs. Goelet nbbord the American yacht Nahma, has aroused tho most violent indignation In both public nnd court circles. As n result of this op. position tht queen mother has request ed the Kink not to make tho visit. A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial M. T. Lynch, Editor of the rhlllips burg, N. J. Dally Post, writes. "I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs nnd colds In my family but nocr anything to good as Foley's Honey and Tar. I cannot say too much In pinlfco of it." J, M, Loiter, A. Warner, J. Lampor 'tor & Co. Feet Swollen to Immense Size "f'nnd kidney trouble so bad that I could not work," says J. J. Cox, of Volley View, Ky., "my feet wero swol len to Immense size and I was con fined to my bed and physicians wero unable to glvo me any rollef. My doctor finally prescribed Foley's Kid ney Cure, which made a well man of me." Doctors Could Not Help Her. "I had kldnoy trouble for years," writes Mrs. Raymond Connor, of Shel- ton, AVnsh., and tho doctors could not help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Curo nnd the very first dose gavo mo rollef nnd I nm now cured. I cannot say too much for Foley's Kldnoy Curo." J. M. Lnffer, A. Vnrncr, J. Lnmpar ter & Co. DAILY DOINGS Affairs of People Peninsula. And at (Rpeclol Correspondence.) Peninsula, Sept. 17. Mr. Tom Mn lone, with the A'nrlety Iron works, of Cloveland, has been spending his va cation with his uncle, Mr. D. Oarvey. Mr. Will Lawless attended tho C. IC. of 0. convention at Akron. Mr. C. E. Thomas attended the mat inee 6f the Gentlemcns Driving club, nt Cleveland. Mrs. Fred Beers was in Akron Tues day. Rev. Mr. Moran, of Hudson, was calling on friends Monday. Mrs. Lyman Broughon has returned from n visit with her son, Mr. Henry Broughon, of Akron. t The Misses Mny nnd Theresa Cnssi dy returned Monday from Cleveland, where they had been visiting their sister, Mrs. L. O. Cnrran, of Scovllle ove, Miss Stella Morgan has returned from an extended visit with friends In Pennsylvania. Dr. and Mrs. W, N. Boerstler and daughter, Marlon, went to Cleveland, THE "Union Savings Bank OP PITTSBURGH ntf' CAPITAL, 8 1,000,000 Uncle Sam is a swift messenger and a safe one. He will bring your deposit to the bank as speedily and surely as you could yourself and with no trouble or bother to vou. JAMES H. LOCKHADT J. M. SCHOONMAKER O. E. PARK If. C. fOWNBS J. n. riNLEr P. C. KNOX Frich Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. ..h..:..x-x:--':''"-x-xw--:m:H":'"X'-:'--""''C',o MMfl mmmm X. I I Want to make your money stocks where you can get J- VJ 11 luuiiiHes loroxeouung orcior are unexcelled. We have a department for you whore you can trade $ as well as the gentlemen end makes your Xmn $ mom'v. . Buy American sugar, U! S. Steel and B. & 0. X Stocks, $&0'buys 10 shares, etc. , X Our onioes open evenings for advice and instruc- ? $ tions only. J. L, GARDNER & CO., Rooms 330 and 332 t Phone Bell 745 Hamilton Building ? Correspondents FARNHANN, RHODES & CO , f NEW YORK and CLEVELAN,. f 4.4..44...C44t404 Saturday, to remain over Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Cole. Mrs. C. B. Thomas was In Cleveland Thursday shopping. Miss Nell Mourn, of the Tip Top House, Boston, was calling on friends AVednesdny evening. Miss Mabel Wynn was In Akron Sunday, the guesit of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wynn, of Balch st Mr. nnd Mrs. John McGrotty spent Sunday nt Oak IlAl, the guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ill mm Leo. Mrs. Chas. Hatch and son, Asa, went to Akron Tuesday. Miss Mary Dice, who has been spending her two weeks' vacation with her cousin, Mr, Fred Schurankcr, re turned to her home In Akron, Sunday. Mlss Stella Lamper, of Boston, was calling on friends Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howe, of Ira, were in town Tuesday. Schools opened Monday with a good attendance and with nn excellent corps of teachers. Several friends nnd acquaintances of Mrs. Olive Smith were Invited to her home on Thursday evening, the occasion being the placing In the home of a now piano. The evening wos very pleasantly spent, with music ns the prlnclpnl entertainment. Light re freshments were served. Brief Items. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Sept. 18 Mrs. W. A. Blackburn nnd daughter, Miss Eliza beth, hove gone to TJlalrsvlllc, Pa., where Miss Elizabeth expects to at tend college. Mrs. O. A. Brown and daughter, and Mrs. Lucy Chapman are visiting In Kent. Ferril Albert, the 5-months-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Meeker, of Cov. entry township, dlod, Tuesday. The funeral took place Thursday, and the remains were interred in Lakewood cemetery. Messrs. M. J. Alexander, Harry Al exander and L. D. Castle, of rittsburg, Pa., were in the city, Tuesday. Mrs. M. M. Lockcrby, of Orand Forks, N. D., is the guest of Dr. Win. A, Mansfield, and Is registered at the Borberton Inn. Mr. J. L. Craig, of New Castle, Fa Is a guest at the Borberton Inn. Mrs. J. It. Aiken has recovered from a severe Illness. ' Councilman W. B. Dunford is visit ing nt Sharon, Pa. Bnrborton Itepubllctns will hold a meeting In the Council chamber Fri day evening, n,t 7;30 o'clock, to irinke arrangements for a delegation to bo sent to the Republican compalgn opening at Akron-next week.. Mnyor B. M. Buel Is spending n few days nt Cleveland. CARD OR THANKS. I wish to thank nil mj' friends nnd neighbors, the Modern Woodmen nnd Liedertnfel, (or their kindness nnd ser vices rendered during the Illness nnd denth of my wife, W. F. SPABTHB, MnS. NIBSS AND PAMIBY. R. B, MCllON F. J. IIEARNB JOHN PORTERFIELD msgm ma earn money, if so, .buy X the best service. Our X x .. tt&iic&fe-Jfe K&tmfsmtEk vmzc Ooa't tlo too ton .of yourj Jilly ana jsreeeMoiJarmln the old laifilona Wayj SmO! CfcUUU.U.V. I Y ".-J "J $ K......1...A1..1 Mn.. wnv hit' Ttancd PnrClDO Wax. Uo3BO tatto or odor. la ctr tight and acid . proof. Eotlly applied, i tlselal In a dozen other Pflsrt TT&Vfi nbont thA hOQM. Full direction! Willi each pound cake. Bold sttrjwhK ,lldsb STANDARD OK. CO. J s&s 1 V'P. im wa Bankers and 110 Hamilton Building People's Phone 324 Bell Phono 228 LAMPREOHT BROTHERS & CO. BANKERS BROKERS wjninn i wn ii Investment Securities Local Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission to !w Akron Off ioe: 216-218 Hamilton BIdg. Both Pkone 44T. CIADtE An, Mnr. Tht SOUTH STREET FOUNDRY Has been purchased by Marsh & Sander Who will furnish repairs nnd castings for nil kinds of stoves, plows nnd gen eral foundry work. Second Hand Stoves for Sale. All work will be given prompt at tentiou. People's Phone 941. Albert J. Butler Will repair your furniture, re pair and upholster your couch es, or quote you tho lowest prices on furniture of all kinds. See hi., line of Beds, Couches, Leather Chairs, Dining Tables and Chairs. 135 S.. Main st. Opposite M. 0 Nell & Co. Phbne, 1283-2 rings 1 V-Tf , n A' 1 - 1 Mttfbuf