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' Thursday, bhvt. is, 1002. ""' "'' lull .11 AKRON 0AIJLV. iu H DEMOCRAT Y Yarn Lives Will b routed to III natural (latin nnd your biliousness, headache and constipation bo cured If you take Hood '9 Pills Bold by Ml druggists. 23 cents. MONEY JO LOAN On Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horsos, Car riages, Wagons 'And ou nil chattel property nt tho very lowest rates. If ybu liavo n num ber of sinnll debts you want to pny, I will loan you the money, and you enn pny It back In small monthly payments. All goods remain In your possession, ynnrt your business Is strictly confiden tial. Call and Investigate before you borrow, I can save you money. L. 0. Miller, Room 14, Aroade Blook Bell phono 700. Fcoplo's phono 774. r NO LAUDANUM. Nothing that could harm the little one, In Dr. James' Soothing Syrup Cordial. Cures all ttic ills of childhood. At driis storei. SB cents a bottle. For Salo by John Laiuparter & Co. KILL ffifiSS WALK i con:;s. u nct. Pf kSsfest, Quickest US I ' PAIN andOOIlN BE- ""' 1 MOVKU. Makes irnlklntr eur, troillcatts the corn. At dtslers la I Tnll.t- Atftol.K. in. Mention this . jura ti writ for fro siinple. Inclosing ad., 1 tn I)NnoM.HnPPI.r CO., Noworic. N. J. The "American Invasion" as Viewed By Mrs. West London, Sept 17. airs. George Corn wallls West, who was Miss Jennlo Jerome, of Newi York, and later Lady Randolph Churchill, has In her writ ings declared that the so-called "Amer ican invasion" has done much toward a revolution in tho social sphere and in dress. She thinks the Americans lhavo made English society more ex clusive and comments freely upon the lavlshness of American extravagance In entertaining and in dress. WANTED, SOLICITORS. Ladles and gentlemen, big results from a few hours work each day. Apply at once. No experience requir ed. For particulars enquire at Democrat Office. A Parson's Noble Act. "I want all the world to know," writes 0, J. Budlong, of Ashawny, R. I., "what a thoroughly good reliable medicine t found in Electric Bitters. They cured mo of Jnundlce and Liver troubles that caused me great suffer ing for many years. For a genuine, all-around euro they excel anything I ever saw." Electric Bitters aro tho surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver, Kidney and Stomach troubles. Don't fall to try them. Ony BOcts. Satisfaction is guaran teed by 0. D. Harper & Co. CONSUMPTION the most dreaded nnd deadly of all diseases, as well ns pnemonla, and all lung troubles aro relieved at once and cured by Acker's English Remedy, "the king of all cough cures." ;Ourcs coughs and colds In a day. 2fl' cents. Your money. back If dissatisfied Wrlto tor fro amples W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Inmn Bros., J. M. Latter and John UatDtHrtwA .Ctv '. ' DEFENDER A New One Is to be Built Order Will be Placed at Once When Upton's Challenge Has Been Received. New York, Sept. 18. Tho members of the New York Yacht club, who are working for tho nuccessful defense of the America's cup, are completing all their arrongements, nnd when tho challenge from tho Royal Ulster Yacht club on behalf of Sir Thomns Llpton Is received the order for a new yacht wll be placed with the norrcshorts nnd work will begin at once on the yacht's construction. Herreshoffs are now making prep arations for tho work, nnd, with thu orders that have already been given to tho Bristol firm nnd tho new cup defender, tho Herreshoffs will bo very busy. About twenty of the Br.r Har bor thirty-footers nre to be built; a class of forty-three-footers Is to bb hunt for Newnort yatchmen, some steam yachts are to bo constructed, a 11-foot schooner for Cornelius Vandcir bllt has been ordered, and now the cup defender Is to be constructed as quick ly as possible. A new shop is now being built in Bristol, and vsomo of the work will bo done In tills- The new ninety-footer will be built In the same shop where the Constitution nnd Columbia were molded Into shape. Herreshoft has been notified that a cup defender Is wanted, and he Is now making arrange ments so that the new boat can be started as soon as possible after the challenge has been received nnd accept ed. A syndicate is to be formed to defray thecoBtof building and running tho boat.and it Is said that ex-Cemom-dore E. D. Morgan, who last year bad charge of the Columbia, is to head the syndicate and will sail the new boat If Mr. Morgan will consent to do this, yachtmen will breathe easier. A member of the New York yacht club, talking of the defense of the cup, said: "This time S'lr Thomas Lipton is more dangerous than he ever was because of his experience In the two former irnces, and if we have to find new men to manage.the boats they will be at a serious disadvantage, nnd it is for that reason that the members of the club hope that E. D. Morgan, W. B. Duncan, Jr., and a few others, who have been identified with the for mer races, will take active parts In the coming races. Just now it seems hard to pick out the right men to take hold' of things. When the time comes it will bo seen that the men who nre to have charge of tho defenders aro good ones, nnd they will pick out able skippers and crows to sail the boats." There has been some talk of Cornel ius Vnnderbllt having n cup defender built Instead of a big schooner. Mr. Vnnderbllt lias become a very enthus iastic yachtman.nnd on tho Rainbow this year he has had E. A. Wlllard and Captain Clayton Haff. The Rain bow has won her share'of prizes and there is no reason why a ninety-footer in the same hands should not do well. Little work will have to be done with the Columbia nnd Constitution to fit them out for. the" season. They .will want new sails, but that Is nil, and it is understood that the Herres hoffs are already at work on the sails, so that they will not be bothered with the work when they have lots of other work to do later ou. It is expected at the New York yacht club that the challenge will be if celved about tho 20th rt this month. BOYS WANTED Apply Thomas Phillips Paper Mill. MANY FRIENDS Aourn Their Loss in Spaethc's Death. Mrs. Mrs. Carollno Spaothe, wife of Wil liam Spaethe, of East Exchange st, who died Monday, was born In 1877, in Hundsbneb, Lower A'P9, Germany. She came to America when but six years of age, and was married Sept. 28, 1898. She (eaves three children, the youngest of whom In but nine weeks old. Mrs. Spaetbe was a young woman of amiable character and had a wido circle of friends, The funer al services took place at the home of Mr. George Pfeifle, Tuesday af ternoon, and Interment was had In Glendale cemetery. Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking' Foley's Kidney Cure. J. M. Latter, A. Warner, J., Larapar ter Co. THEY ARE HERE IN- AKRON, OHIO. Tlio most eminent specialists In America aro In our city nnd will remain until Wednesday Night September 24, Ten Days Only, And will receive patients while here nt the parlors of tho Hotel Buchtel. DR. SNELL and STAFF OF THE Now York and Ohio Elcctro-Medlcol Institute ore visiting a few of tho principal cities of our country., This being their advertising trip, nnd to introduce their new system of curing urease, they will give consultation, examination, advice and all medicine necessary to complete a cure free. All patients taking udvanjage of this of fer will be expected to state to their friends the results obtained. Don't fall to call on these renowned specialists. All diseases of men and women treated. No matter what your disease may be -or of how long stnndlng, there Is no experimenting or guess work; you will be told whether you can be cured or not They have an entirely new nnd,prig lnal method of treating all kinds of deafness which has restored the hear ing to hundreds after they had been pronounced Incurable. Catarrh In all Its varied forms cured so It will never return, by breaking up tho cold catching tendency. If you have weak lungs or consump tion, nud have been told you ar.e be yond help, don't fall to call on them and have a thorough examination, as a visit will cost you nothing and may save your life. Their new discovery of absorbing medicine by electricity, In paralysis, loss of power, rheumatism and all dis eases of the nervous system is n god send to suffering humanity. Medical men stand appalled at tho marvelous cures that aro being effected wherever this system has been Introduced. Thousands who have given up nil hope of ever being cured hnve now an op portunity of a lifetime to consult, without charge, specialists of n na tional reputation. Remember, their knowledge of medicine, combined with electricity, gives them control of dis ease that others do not possess. If you are hard of hearing, nre lame, or cannot walk, this new system will cure you quickly. If you suspect klduey trouble, bring a two-ounce viol of your urine for a chemical and microscopic analysis. If you are improving under your family physician do not come and take up our valuable time. Idlers nnd curiosity-seekers nr ,f , nlease stay away. Cancers, Tumors, Ulcers, all blood, skin and scalp diseases cured by an entirely now method. Plies and Vari cocele cured In from 5 to 30 days with out the knife. Remember, not one penny will bei charged for all the medicine' required to completo a CURE to nil those tak ing treatment during this trip. Office hours 0 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. GROWING LARGER Is the National Debt of England According to Returns. London, Sept. 18. Tho official finan cial returns, made public here, show a decided Increase in the national debt According to the return, the na tional gross liabilities on March 31, 1001, were 705,723,878 pounds. This has been Increased during the past year to 708,443,380 pounds. Tho fund ed debt has been Increased In the same time by 58,405,005 pounds. r Just Try... ELECTRIC GRIP SOAP It will clean your clothes with less rubbing than any other soap you over used. ASK YOUR GROCER. F0FH1MS 3N RICE No Crop Grown Pays Half Tho Profit That Rloo Formlnu Dooe. Bend name of your ndchbors to whom we will mall Illustrated pamphlet on rice farm ing; In south Texas. Something for j-pur library. We have SOO.OOO acres nearly all smooth black prairie land In kouth Texas. In tracts 160 up to 80.000 acres tor settler or speculator. Will crow rlco. cotton, sugar cane, oats una com. Intention wells sixty to clehtv feet. Artesian wolis threo hundred feot. Write tor maps and price list. V, O. MOOKE & CO., Houston, Texas, 3. .j - Senator Stewart Receives Many Messages of Sympathy WW--Li, This Is a plcturo of Senator Stewart and wife, taken as they were walk ing together on the street, at Oakland, Cnl., where Mrs. Stewart was killed In an automobile accident on September 12. She was much admired and adored by the younger society element In Washington. Scnntor 'Stewart, at present at The Hague, has been the recipient of many messages of sym pathy from his many friends. GOSSIP About Hender sons Successor. Many Aspirants For the . Honor. ii. 'Tis Said the Iowa Man -Scented Defeat. Washington! sept. IS Gossip as to wbo will succeed Henderson as the Speaker of the Houeo Is still rampant. Who will be the next Speaker? If Mr. Llttleficld, of .Maine, were not one of the "Infant" members of the House, he undoubtedly would be a formidable candidate. But ho has been In Con gress only tnree yoaw ana it goes much against the grain of the veter ans, nt the capital to be governed by a "youngster." Then, too, Mr. Little: field has been n. fierce crltip bf the Rules committee, and wns at outs with his party on the Philippine situation. While he has gained 6onie little fame by his anti-trust attitude, lt.1 doubt ed If this will aid lilrn In reaching the Speakership. Many hold tho opinion that his sentiinentB on this subject would really work against his success. The big Industrial combinations have powerful Influence at tho capital. Mr. Button, of Ohio, chairman of the Rivers and Harbors committee, Is spoken of as a likely man for the Speakership. During the last few years he has come up very fast, and his splendid management of the Rivers and Harbors bills has won for him the admiration as well as the respect of the members generally. Mr. Burton Is a man of considerable exccutlvo ability and has always been In accord with the Republican majority of tho House. "Uncle .Too" Cannon, It Is said, will make a sturdy battle for'Genornl Hen derson's seat. The-great chairman of the Appropriations committee has had bis eye upon the' Speakership for many years, and It It said that he has told bis friends that ho would rather hold that office than bo Trtsldent. Some believe that Mr. Cannon will fall of votes for tho place on account of the enemies he has made- while "watch dogging" the treasury. It has been bis unpleasant duty to sit down hard upon promising financial schemes of fered by his brother members, and many have been the bitter tirades di rected against him! by those whoso plans ho has spoiled. Mr. Sherman, of New York, Is one of tho most stalwart figures In tho prospective race. He was a strong can didate when General Henderson won the prize. Col. Hepburn of Iowa, may try to succeed his colleague. Then thero Is Tayne, of Now York; Dalzell, of Pennsylvania; and Grosvcnor, of Ohlo-the big threo of those who, with the Speaker, have controlled tho legU-i. latlon of tho House during1 the last two sessions. Each- of the' trio Is be lieved to be a receptive candidate for !& the '-filaee 'ihkWt "vacant by General Henderson, and each would have a strong following. Mr. Dalzell will probably enter the orace actively, and If Mr.. Sherman, of New York, docs not, Mr. Payne will doubtless try his stiength. Naturally the Democrats profess to be much delighted over Gen eral Henderson's action. Secretary Edwards, of the Demo cratic Congressional Campaign com mittee, said: "The withdrawal of Speaker Henderson at this time is worth 25 seats to us in the next House. It shows that the Republican leaders do not care to stand up and face the Issues presented to them. Recently we have been sending Into Speaker Hen derson's district and hnvlng printed In all the Democratic papers the Spenk er's record of all questions since he lms been in Congress. He does not care to defend his record. We will not stop uo'wi whlfe we have the scalp of the Speaker, but we propose to go after the other' big ones In the Iowa delegation and we propose to return some Democrats to Congress from the Ilnwkeye state. Speaker Henderson's withdrawal shows that he smelled de feat and rather than-lose at this time, after he has been in, Congress for 20 years, he chose to withdraw. Governor fcol'e's will b'er'elcctea'' by a handsome majority." Eternal vigilance istlie price of health. Your'slomnob, your bowoji. or your liver hnvlnR become dis ordered, serious dlsonsei must follow if you noslcct to perform your port towsrds help Inc thoso orenns to regnln health by using "St. Bsiiinni Vetnble PlIM.'' Purely veg etable, they do not need thnt sugar-ooat-Ing peoullnr to pills which contain meroury or other poisonous druKi. Thny afford not only n cure bat a snfe cure, also, for nil tllfiooscs of the digestive organs. Always on tho '"left,' vou can alwajs rely on the "8t. Deraard Vegetable rills." Bold by all druggists. Llngerinj Summer Coldi. Don't let a Cold run at this season. Summer colds are the hardest kinds to cure nnd if neglected, mny linger along for months. A long siege like this will pujl down the strongest con stitution, One Minute Cough Cure will bieak up the attack at ouce. Safe, sure, acts at once. Cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, all throat nnd lung troubles. The children like It A Sad Disappointment. Ineffective liver medicine Is a disap pointment, but you don't want to purge, strain and break the glands of the stomach and bowels. DeWitt's Little Early Risers never disappoint. They cleanso the system of all poison and putrid matter, nnd do It so gently that one enjoys thu pleasant effects. They are a tonic to tne liver. Cure biliousness, torpid liver and prevent fever. If Banner Salve doesn't cure your ples, your money will be returned, It Is the most heal Ing salve. "I had a running sore on my leg for seven years." writes Mrs. .las. Forest, of Chippewa Falls, Wis., "aud spent hundreds of dollars In. trying to get It healed. Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely cured It." No other salve so healing. J. M. Latter, A. Warner, J. Larapar tor & Co. Used For Pneumonia. Dr. C, J, Bishop, of Agnew, Mich says; "I hnvo used Foley's Honey and Tar; )rt three very sovorc cases of pneu mo,nla.' with B00rt rcsuUp Jn every ease.'' Ro'fuso oubstltntcs. J. M. Latter, A. Warier, J, Lanipay, ter & Co. Don't Have Your Plumbing or Gas Fitting Done Until You Have Our Estimate. Low prices and good work Is our motto. We have tho flnet H of fixtures In the city nt tho lowest prices. Gas rauges, ovens and m hot plates. Hot plates from THE DAUNTLESS MANUFACTURING CO. I PLUMBING, HEATING People's Phono 350. "":'" Qj chwor ffecl draw I yuv iidrcrt &wj UftrOYV Wvr& 137 S. People's I'lione JVvM 1150 THE DEMOCRAT'S BUSINESS and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY V. DR. D.U. RUEGSEjGGER. the DnrrisT Removed to No. 210 Walsh Building. Office hours 8-11:30 a.m. 1-5:30 p.m. C. T. PARKS. rDKP.EAL PIRECTOK. Personal attention given to all calls. Lady attendant. Ambulance. Both phones 442. 110 N,, High st M. FRIEDMAN, Sc and ioc STORE We positively can save you money dd go-carta. 140 S. Howard st L. D. EWING. CONTRACTOR A2TO BUILD EX Dealer In mantles nnd grates, floor tiling, parqueJ flooring, grilles siding, framed, mouldings etc. I'eo. phono C52. 110-121 Klrkwood st J. H. CHASE, Drugght. Paints, Oils, White Lead, yarn!3hes and Paint Brushes. Eist quality at lowest pricpt'. Peo. phone 1000. Bell Cherry 1GG. 132 Wooster nve. JAS. T. FLOWER, MAimOS AITD GRATES Glared and Unlazed Tiling, Parquet nnd Hard-wood Floors. Both phones 070. 110 S. High st G. M. KEMPEL. Furniture dealer, upholsterer and mat tress manufacturer. Repairing a spe cialty. People's phono 723. Bell, brown 324. 140-lfil S. Main st Dr. C. E. Smith. Dr. J. 3. Vedder. SMITH & VEDDER, DENTISTS 310 Everett Building. Office hours S-ll:80 a.m. 1-5.80 p.aJ. People's phone 890. G. F- DURANT. Funeral Director. Ambulance Calls promptly attended. People's phone 91. Office, room 5, Tracy block, Barber ton. H. CRAMER H. S. HULL CRAMER . HUL.U Wholesale and retail dealers In flour, feed, baled hay, straw, salt, cement and all kinds of field and garden seeds. Try our Acme stock food. Both phonos Oil. 710-718 S. Main st. Akron. O. THE DRY GLOVE CLEANER Is the best pteparatlon yet discovered for cleaning i .Id Glovrs. For sale only b us, In the Glove Dept, which Is the most complete department n tbeStato of Ohio. Price 15c. Dague Brosr& Co. WhySuffer The Inspirator quickly, cheaply and surely cures all head, throat, and lung troubles, after every thing else has failed. TRIAL FREES. Geneva Remedy Co., AGENTS WANTED. I9TH 0. V. V. I. Will Hold Reunion at Canton, September 19- The annual reunion of the 10th reg iment.O. V.V.I, will be held this year at Canton, on Sept. 19, the anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga, In which this regiment took part with credit. A number of Akron members of the regiment will attend, nnd a , record ! 1.00 up. AND LIGHTING. t 233 South Main SI. t , , ' A . . ? Sfcr&ntfv Pcrvfc wvyvJ OuflS' &vr&!y &ovcta. Gj mjjot &0v j St., 9pp. &'7U 1 Goods Delivered Better Than Your Forefathers Drank We use old methods of making beer they were good but we improve on them. Consequently, our brand of beer Is as good as any better than most We print this advertisement to per suade you to try our product you'll always use It. THE GEO. J. RENNER BREWING COPIPAMY Akron,0. Bpt CASH PAID FOR HIDES. W. C. KITTLEBERGER. Dealer in hlds, leather findings, and saddlery, hardware. Manf. of Harness. Phone 1320. 343 S. Main st. H.LEGGLESTOH.finoor Spectacles and eyeglasses. Headache and nervous disturbances cured by properly fitted glasses. AH styles st reasonable prices. No charge for ex amination. 0. U. phone 2372 Cherry. J. McTAMMANY. PRACTICAL TAILOR Special, fancy and sporting gar ments. Rooms 212 and 213 Walsh block. Maker of men's clothes. Peo. Phone 1283. ' Dutf's Prescription Pharmacy, &, Pure Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, con tains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil. COc per pint bottle. Al most tasteless. Children will take it Try It Phono 602. GLiirirs tavirit, t. r. Gtzsj, Prop. Hotel and Restaurant Sample room In connnectlon. Best wines, liquors and cigars. Both phones: P. 940; B. 3201 Cherry. 124 N. Main st. near Opera House. GEO. H. PEILET 111 Kllng st. Peoplp's phone 1287. Contractor and brick masonry of all kinds. Repair work a specialty. Esti mates cheerfully furnished. AH work guaranteed. Bell phone. Brown 1741. M. J. HERWICS All kinds of brick and cement side walks, chimneys built and repaired. Res. 419 S. Verge Bt. Akron. O. Mystic Carpet Cleaning: Works, roEULMAii t rr&jtLZ, rropritnrs. Business under management of Mr. Poehlman. 120 Bluff tt Roth telephone 17a THE MAN OF THE HOUR' U tho man with a method. The successful, raaphas a method of saving. We pay ; 3 per cent on savings accounts: One.- dime starts you. THE GUARDIAIT SAViHGS BAST. . Open Saturday evenings, 6:30 to 8:30. el Masonic Temple building. COAL Kcom.r??? &3-00 Ton3 Mi.sRlllon end Magnolia Coal. Special prices on your winter's coal supply. V. M. HERRIOK, Phones, 83 Peo.; 3S0 Bell. , 610 B. Mill at J from Catarrh, hay Fevert Asthma or Colds. 125 S. high st., Akron, O. breaking good time Is promised, h How's This? " We offer On Hundred Dollars Reward tot i?y.H'Li? ?r OotMTh that cannot be nthtA W Hall's Catarrh Cure. J. V. CHENEY 4 CO.. m ... .. . Props., Tols4p.D., We, the undersigned, have kcowaJ. V, Cheney for the last 16 yean, nod bafijnre htm perfectly honorable la all buslne, transactions, and financially able to oarrJ 4f.Iyrb'll'ft,Ionmade by their Onn. ToledoV TBUAX WhofeeSre Srotote, WAL'di'nO, KINNAN A MARVIN, Wholssole Druggists, Toledo, O. "" acting directly upon the blood and bhoh i, . VT -I! .w ij..uut . ..WV IN W9S aum uj an urugKiiis. lesiimoni usui laauiy run art u MRN. - m i - v WZMikittoi'- 'ff. Q. ( ..Vl 'JV t jj laVitu.