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mtUUMUA., H13PT. 18, lBoa. ..' M UAM AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT r f L inv . tfVa.a- - ,W. tint DtiviuiKv i x 1 1 iner Columns WANTED-MALE HELP. iWANTED-Men to learn barber trade. Steady prnrtlce by freo work, ex pert Instructions, demonstration!!, lectures anil splendid opportunities for graduates. Tools presented, wages Saturdays, board Included. Catalogue and particulars mailed free. Molcr Barber College, Chicago, III. 122-tf ,WANTED-Good yard man: ono cham bennald and ono pastry cook at "the Barberton Inn. ' 118-tf 1 iW ANTED Two coatmakers nt once; apply to J. A. Rlddell 708 S. Main St. 125-120 WANTED A man for cleaning win dows and 'offlco building. Work one day each week For address call at Democrat offlco between 10 n. ra. and 2 p. in. 127-tf WANTED General agents to handle ono of the best investments on the market,. A ood man should mako 556 to $75 weekly. Inducements aio ' the best guaranteed position. Wis ' consln Oil Co., 80-SS Michigan st, Mtlwaukqo, Wis. 110-141 WANTED First class coat maker, must be Union man. Inquire A. J. Ahvnell, 1084 E. Market at. 128-133 WANTED Experienced carpet sales man to assist In carpet department, Dnguo Bros. & Co. 127-120 WANTEDA good porter and pin . boys, 15 to 10 years old. Enquire at Al Beirodln's Bowling alleys, 811 S. Main fit. 120-tf WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED-GIrls at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 120 tf AVANTED Lnfly agents, Intelligent, refined, to handle .first class goods in this locality. No books. Call Windsor Hotel, Room 30. A. M. Hoyle. 127-120 WANTED SOLICITORS-Ladies or r gentlemen. Big results from a few hours work each day. Apply at ,, once. No experience required. For particulars inquire nt Democrat office. tf. " FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Barber shop in base ment of The Security Savings Bank, 020 South Main st. 127-120 FOR RENT Two plcnsant rooms, un furnished, 110 Vine st. 127-120 FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Six room house on West Hill, in good repair; very convenient; linndy to center of city. Calf on L. J. Heifernan, tho plumber, 107 East Market st. Res. 110 N. Walnut st. 127-120 FOR RENT Five room house on Uhler St., $7.00 per month in advance. In quire of Mrs. Bergdorf, 201 Cuya " hoga st. 120-tf FOR RENT Nearly new, 8 room house, No. 013 Howard st., North Hill. Finished In oak and chestnut; it has sliding doors, fur nace, grate and gas, city and cistern water, telephone, bath room and paved walks; on street car line. In quire N. Chalker, 130 S. Howard st. 120-131 FOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT A now house with largo rooms, polished floors, two, grates, furnaco nnd bath. Money to loan. Phono 510. 48 Central building. G. W. Gridley. 113 tf 0ST LOST Sunday afternoon, a ladles' gold watch on High, Thornton, Fair or Main sts. Finder return to Mrs. M. E. Rohner, 014 Sumner and receive reward. 120-120 LOST One smnll gold locket, Initials J. F. R., on Market, between Forge nnd Howard sts, Finder please no tify J. F. Ryan. Inquire Renner'a brewery and recoivo reward. 127-120 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE One 25 h. p.; ono 15 li. p. gas engine. Gns engines from 2 to 800 h. p. R. T. Cousart, 304 Everett building. 128-130 FOR SALE Good Remington Type writer and stand, Safe, Standing Desk Counter, Flat top desk and chairs nearly new, large wrapping table and other fixtures. Call at No, 103 North Main st., under Everett Bldg. W. G. Good. 125tf FOR SALE Lnrgo extension table, good ns new, also baby bed, gas rad iator and heating stove. Cheap, Inquire 212 Brown st. 127-120 FOR SALE A good covered wagon, must sell nt once ns party wants to lenvo city. This Is a bargain. En quire room 1, Arcado. 110-tf Road Democrat liners. frj MISCELLANEOUS. 50c TO CANTON AND RETURN VIA C, T. & V. R. It. Sunday Sept. 21, Special train will Icavo Akron, Howard st. station, at 12:30 p. m. East Akron nt 12:40 p. in. standard time, account of Catholic church dedication at Canton. The ex cursion will bo accompanied by the IC. O. T. Jf. band. 127-130 FOR RENT Blacksmith shop, seven miles from Akron, In good location.. Enquire Fred Dethloff, Enst Akron,' It. F. D., No. 1. 121-120 HUMMEL'S HACK LINE. Hacks leave Barberton 0:30 n. m., nnd 4:45 p. m. Leave Doylestown 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. SPECIAL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO. Goal, transfer and livery. Packing, moving and storing of goods, coaches, coupes nnd carriages for fu nerals, weddings, parties and callings. Offices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st Tel. 300. No. 110 N. High st. Tel. 42S. PACKING AND STORING-We pack and store furniture. Kratz Furniture Store, 140 S. Howard st. Phono 042. What is the use of saying "tho best company." or "tjie strongest com pany?" or "the largest company?" They all say those things. Wo say simply: 'i'ho Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Philadel phia, organized 1S47. That tells tho whole story. JOHN C. BLOOMFIFiLD, Agt Schumacher Block; Tel. 015. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Work as a parpenter or as sistant pattern maker; Bell phone, 532 Brown, write or call nt 105 Glenwood ave. U. D. F. 127-120 AGENTS WANTED-Qulelr sellers. Great big profit sell anywhere. Geneva Remedy Co., 125 So. High st. Open evenings 0:30 to 8. HOtf FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Residence of Mrs. H. S. Chaso ,080 East Market bt. Inquire Dr. W. S. Chnbe. 127-120 FOR SALE By Henry Holtz, Ab bey block. People's phone 2 on 1380. -1 rr acres, 5 miles west of JL vJLJ Akron, soli, rich clay and snndy loam, good water and fruit. 7 room house, now, modem, hen house, 20x80, splendid bank barn and other outbuildings. This farm everything considered, Is said to bo tho best m Summit county. If sold soon, can ne uougnt lor. $iuiiu. 66 acres all tillable lnnd, 5 miles west of Akron, everything to make a farm complete, $2800. Farms of 5, 10, 20, 20, 30, 40 and G3 acres for sale or trodo. Open Satur day evenings. 125 FOR SALE-By Parkhlll & Sharp, 180 South Main' st. People's phone 2 on 1113. Market and Prospect, fine residence, Vt aero land, worth $S000, only $0500. 117 Ackley, 6 rooms, new, $000. Market and Summt sts., 8 rooms, modern, worth $4000, only $3600. Second ave., lot 50x140, cheap or will trade for horse and buggy. Sumner, near Exchange, 11 rooms, bath, gas, sewer, well, cistern and city water, large lot, ony $2850. New fi-room house, 114 ncres of land, on 3arberton line, $1450. Farms to trodo for city property. Money to loan. Open ovenngs. 124 tf FOR SALE Two ' building lots near tho new Miller school and Fourth Church of Christ. A bargain. Ad dress, Real Estate, enro' Democrat FOR SALE By Browse & Hollluger: A 12 room houso, 705 E. Mill st., furnace, gas, stntlonary wash stands, bath, everything to mako home com fortable, opposlto Union park, $10,000. Four properties on Blttmnn St., cen tral, street Improved, $1000 will buy either. 7 room house, Portage, near Maple st bath, sewer, well, good barn, $2200. 1320 South Main st, 8 rooms nnd barn, gas, sower, well, cistern, $2500. 511 E. Exchange St., 0 rooms and store room, lot 50x287, 2 good properties on Long st 0 rooms each, largc'lots, nnd well located, $1550 each. A 0 room property op Wheeler st. In fine condition, No. 400, $2100. Some ono will regret; hot buying 20S North Prospect st. at $5000. ' A fine new 8 room house, 124 Bach tel nve., complete, $2550. $1150 will buy No. 220 Campbell st. A new 7 room house on Cuyahoga Falls ave., on street railroad, Suncrest allotment, fine location, $2500. Lots In the Gnle, Hnynes, Boulevard, Sprnnklo, tfVntklns and other allot ments nt a bargain, BROUSE & HQLLINGER. 128-130 220 South Main St. FOR SALE Lot, 45 ff. f,ront, Whocler st., only $300. Also new gns hent Ing stove, kitchen sink nnd melo penn. Enquire 207 Buckeye st. 128-130 FOR SALE-nEAL ESTATE, FOR HALE-By J. 1, Hachlol, 18U B. Howard t Phono 722. 208 May, 8 rcoms, furnace, gas, sow er, wnlcr, cemented cellar, bam, 22."0. Cor. 8. Mnln and K. Crosier, 7 rooms, gan, water, sdwpr, barn, Jot 80x155, raro offer nt $2550. 8 room houses, llnchlol avo., $1000, $2000. f Lot 5flxl32jBclf, near Woostor, $100. IdO Gnlc, gooll location, Just off Cros by, 8 rooms, deslrabloj only $2500. Doublo house, Fnlor ave., only $1050, Cor Coburn and Thornton, 7 rooms, very cheap nt $1050. List with 11s for quick lcsults. Money ioaned at lowest rates. FOR SALE By Chns. Essclburn. 'Walsh block. Phones 118. 113 Francis ave., 5 rooms, new, $1250. Cheapest homo on North Hill. 101 Nash St., 8 rooms, $2000. 12SI S. High St., $4200, worth $G000. 103 S. Valley St.. 8 rooms, $2500. C47 W. Markel, 8 rooms, $3850. 010 N. Howard, S rooms, $2000. 108 Goodrich st., 8 rooms, $2000. 108 Nickel St., 0 rooms, $200 down. 010 Euclid ave., now, $1050, $100 down. 230 Crosby St., 0 rooms, $1750. 200 Boll st., 7 rooms, $1500. Fine lot CO by 05, Benjamin nt.,$500. Walsh Block. Phones 118. 127 tf. FOR SALE By H. C. Busby, room 1, Arcado block, repplc's phones, 500: Seven room houfce, nt 120 W. Tall mndgo nC.i good, lot; $25 down, bal ance on easy monthly payments. Mon ey to loan at Ojiqr cent,. . -, . tf FOR SALE 0 room house North Un ion st, $1450; $250' down, balance, easy terms. 0 room house Silver St., gas, sewer connections, etc. less than $1800. 217 North Mnplo. 7 rooms, $1500. 13-room house S. High near P. O. 102 N. Broadway, 2 houses, $1500. 5-ioom house Etna st.. $1100. 5-room, furnace, Colllnwood, $1000. Other property In all parts of the city. . , F. J. WETTACH, Hamilton Building. 125 tf FOR SALE Brand new seven room house, on Raymond st., near Bowery, two lots on Raymoud St., 52 acres in Copley. Adolph Grelslngcr, 128 Yale st. 110-141 FOR SALE 0 room house, and 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 ave., near New Miller schools, only $300. List your property with us. $200 tp loan nt 0 per cent. C. II. & S. E. JONES, Peo. phone 452. 128 tf FOR SALE OR RENT-A 12 room house, strictly up-io-date, with all modern conveniences; fine brick barn on lot; centrally located; will rent furnished or unfurnished, reasonably to right party. Inquire nt Democrat office. 07-tf FOR SALE Cozy 4 room house at $075. This la a good property; only $150 down re quired. Homo, W. Crosier st. Price $1250. $250 down, balance in monthly pay ments. There Is no place In South Akron at $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 St., at a bargain. Money to loan. P. P. Bock &. Co. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on REAL ESTATE $100 " ''"'" 5000 $200 $700 $300 $800 $400 $000 $500 $1000 Hale k Coates, 314 Everett bldg, Tel. People's 377 Otf MONEY TO LOAN ON SALARIES Pcrsonnl notes accepted without mortgage or collateral security. Rates reasonable and all transactions treated confidentially. THE SALARY DISCOUNT CO. reo: phone 710. 112 Hamilton Bldg. Open evenings till 8; Saturdays till 0 p.m. CLOTHES FRESSmO. Akron Clothes & Pressing Co Regular Prloa. Full suits, sponged nnd pressed. .75c Overcoats, sponged and pressed.. 50o Pants, sponged nnd prosscd 25c Cleaning business suits $2.00 Pants cleaned 75c Goods called for and delivered to nny pnrt of tho city. Mnll orders giv en prompt attention. People's phone 751; Bell 2801 green. 310 Enst Mill st. CASPER ZINTBL MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF BRUSHES. Orders promptly nttended to. 155 South Mnln St., - Akron. O. COAL. A. D. ELLIS. COAL AND MOVING VANS, GE- ERAL TEAMING nnd transferring. Parcels and trunks delivered. Transient nnd hoarding stable. Offlco and stable, 228-230 W. Market st. 'oth phones No. 257. WAATrPTTrn 1 a y e r y- - . wuere to ell our U.OOO combination ACCIDENT rolloy, something entirely now nnd j orlglnM with thin Company. Costs but 1 iper onnora, jjojudib qunrteriv, AH occupations ooot'ptvd ai "preferred" risks, and nil ai'rldonta covered, Liber al contracts to cooil man. Address WATIONAk iOOIDBNr BOCIETV, aitabllihsd 1836. 81O Broadway, N, V. Telephone 656 P. T, McOourt FOR FINEST Ooaohes in the City. On call nt nil times. Full Line of Livery. All cushion tire. Largest luorlns vans in tho city. Best of service guar anteed. Prices renBonnble. lloth phonaa. Textile Mfg. Co Awnings and Tents i Horse, Wagon and Floor Covers Gymnasium Mats and Ropes Anything uindo from Canvas, by hand or machine. . People's phonos Business hours No. V37; any other time, No. 003. 135 South Main St. FOUND FOUND The best placo '.o borrow money privately on furniture, with out removal; easy terms. N. M. Berk, 103 8. Howard, both phones. 4 tf LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICE. v Maria KUUan, whose placo of resi dence Is unknown, will take notice that on tho 2Jst day of August, A. D. 1002, Joseph Kllllan' duly commenced n civil action In thp Court of Common Picas of Summit-county, Ohio, praying a divorce from said Maria Kllllan on the grqundB 'c't wilful absence for more than three years ana on me grounu or adultery. Said cause, will be for hearing on nnd after Octobev 4th, 1002. ANDREW J. WILHELM, Attorney for Plaintiff. Aug 21-28 Sept 4-11-18-25 AKRON MARKETS. (These prices furnished dally by Kryde. & Sons.) BUYING FKIOES. i, o Wheat, new, 70. Wheat, old, 70. Kye, per bu., 48 to P2c. Corn, now, 80c to 37c. Timothy seed, per bu., $1.50 to $2. Clover seed, per bu.. $4 to $5. Hay, baled.r $9 to $12. Straw, baled. $5 to $0. Oats, old, 45c. New Oats, '32c. SELXING PRICES. Middlings, per cwt., $1.10 to $1.40 Hay, por cwt.. 70c. 75c. New oats, 3p to 40. , Coin, new,"ner bu., 3Sc to 45c. Bran, pcr'Swt., 00. Straw, per1 bale. 40c. BOc. Clover seed. $5.23 to $0. Timothy seed, $2 to $2.25. (These prices furnished dally Jas. Christy Jr. & Co.i Green calf hldei, No 1, per lb, bj 9c. Green beef hides, No. 1, per lb., OVic to 7c. Sheep pelts, 40 to 00c. , Tallow per tb, 5 BUYING TRICES. (These prices furnished dally by Nelsn Biothers.) Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz., 20c. Chickens, live, rer lb., 7c to Be. Butter, creamery, per lb.. 21. Potatoes, new, per bu., 50c. RETAIL IYtlCER.- Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz, 24c. Chickens, dros&ed per lb, 'IS. Butter, cheamery, pen lb., 26c. Potatoes, new, per peck, 20c. These prices furnished dally by Armour & Co. Dried beef, ll'c to 14c. Skinned ham, 12c. California hams, OVi to Oc. Bacon, 15V2c to 18c. Sugar cured hams, 12V4 to 13c. Compound lard, in tierces, 7. Simon pure lard, In tierces, 12 l-8c. Country kettlo lard, In tierces, 11, 00 lb. tubs, c over tierces. Dressed calves, 10 to lO1. Dressed beef, 7 to 10& Dresed hogs, 8V4 to 874c. Cattle, live, 3c to 5M;C. Lambs dressed, 10 to lie. . Hogs, live, 0& Lamb, alive. 5 to 5c A Remarkable Record. Chamberlnin's Cough Remedy has a remarkable lecoid. It has been In iu,e for over thirty years, during which time many million bottles have been sold nnd used. It has long been tho standard and mnln reliance In tho treatment of croup In thousands of homes, yet during all this time no case has ever hecn leported to the manu facturers In which it fulled to effect a cure. When given ns scon ns the child becomes hoarse- or even ns boon as the croupy cough appears, It will prevent the attack. It is pleasant to take, many children like It. It con tains no opium or other harmful sub stnnco nnd may be given ns ccnfl dently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by nil druggists. 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. ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS nuro dyspepsia nnd all disorders arls- Ing from indigestion. Endorsed by physicians everywhere. Sold by nil drucclBts. No cure, n6' pay. 25 cents. Trial packngo fre6 by writing to W, H Hooker & Co., 'Buffalo, N. Y I ts. :.:s I h " Al-tum nreaiisj 1 Central Engiua Houns 2 Bucl;ey6 Wirks. 3 Miller Rubber Works. 4 Diamond Rubber Wotks. 5 Main and Market. 0 N'o. 2 r.nglno House. 7 N. Broadway, near Market 8 Iluchttl ave. and Bowciy. 12 Prospect, near. Mill. 33 Furnace and Broadway. 14 Main nnd Keck. 15 Anu rind Park Place.; 10 No. 3 Unglno House. 17 Carroll nnd Eclinnne. 18 llniplro Reaper Works. 10 Akron Rubber Work. 21 Prospect and Perkins. 23 Forgo and Market. 24 Sherman, near' Exchange. 2), Main and Exchange. 20 N, How.tU and Tallmadge. 1 West Matket and Green. 28 Akron Knlfo Works. 20 Washington and Uopp nlley. 81 North Howard and Norti, 82 Eact Mnikct and Spruce. 31 West Wnrket and Valley. 35 Carroll and Splcer. 30 Carroll and Sunmar. 07 North and Arlington. 38 Vino and Fountain. 30 Coburn and Campbell. 41 No 0 Euglno House. 42 Pearl, near cittern. 43 South Main and Falor. 45 College nnd Mill. 40 Arlington and Hazel. 47 Howe nnd Boweiy. 48 West South. 40 Men 111 Pottery. 51 Howard nnd Cherry. 52 No., 4 Engiue House. 53 Center st. .R. R. crossing. 64 Buchtel ave. nnd Union. 50 Akron Stoneware Co. 57 Lods and Turner. 5S Perkins rnd Adolph. 50 Webster Cnmp and Lane. 01 Case ate. nnd Kent. 02 Sclberllng Mill. Oth ward. 03 Johnston and Champlaln. 04 Akron Sewer Pipe Co. 05 Hill Sewer Pipe Co. 07 Carroll and- E. Market. OS Second ave. and Valley R. B, GO Johnston and Wilson. 71 Grant and Cioss. 72 North and Maple. 73 Weiner Printing Co. 74 North Union near Bluff. 75 Robinson Bros. 70 Whltmoro, Robinson Co. 78 Eabt Market and Cook. 70 Honin st., near Lillian 81 Western Linoleum Co. 82 Summit Sewct Pipe Co. 83 Allyn and Cross. 84 Thornton nnd 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 nnd Main. 08 Buchtel and Fay. 121 General alarm. 123 Silver and Hickory. 124 South High and Chestnut. 125 West Market and Rhodes. 120 Arlington nnd Second ave. 241 Sherman nnd 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, opposlto Balch. 345 Bittman and Crosby. $4-5,000 to Loan on Furniture, etc. rivXte l6ahs or $s.ooto tsoo. If you owe n dobt which you And lt inconvenient to pay all nt once, or If you owe a number of (intercut par ties and wish to cot rid of the em barrassment, wo will furnish you the money to pay them all nnd ou can pay us biiclc In email weekly or monthly paymente. Kvery payment so made reduces principal afld Inter est, -so as tint so role It from your earnings. Vfe will loan you from J5.tt) to (600. Furniture, Pianos, Office, " Store " " nnd Saloon Futures, Horse;, ' Wagons, Life Insurance Poltclon, and other good securities. loans made the same day and data asked lor. Lonns made In every part of Sum mit county. Extra tlmo In cube of sickness, denth or loss of employ ment. If sou, cannot call, write or phone People's 85. lloll W, nnd we will call personally with money. All Goods left In your possession without temoval. mm OS S3. Hloward a. Open evenings. NATHAN M. BEBE, President. J, M. DAVIDSON Successor to Dlclsin Truster Co. Ccal Office All the best grades of hard and soft at Loweat Prlooo. moPfloplM phono otHve. Jrinjr ifildencs E. Exchango rlt. atrv lt Oro sin-; There la sctircelV" nny condition of 111 health that U not boueiitefl ly ll? occnalon"-! us of ft B.I.l'.A.N.H Tubule. Kor no by Drug gists. The l'ive-Cent packet li enoughor Rnonllnnry occasion. Tho family bottle, 10 cents, contains a aupply for o year. is Interested awl should ngw ' about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray turn uA Sueten. rtest-saf. Ml .'lUlt lvUIIHillt4i.( J 1 110UIC !BlWJ, f h rinnol ftup,i.y ihO XPV " ; klim'IM aactbltn af 1. ot.yrit'tutcwl wnni.iforik v IiifclntI.llKk-i"MBtTM yr full ttnrtii Mint! atltlrllrftiHtr HMD l ini!Mlltnlu.tH MUttl 'v( Ituow Timet Urta.cnlorU nt RfPMS ?iv iverv iMll C-f-:-J iNOAWv. WSlScSsL v.--w .-g xsw v 'yft v5 Money to Loan In any amount at Prevailing R&tes. Bruner- h Goodhue Cooke Co. CLEVELAND ...AND,.. BUFFALO "WHILE YOU SLEEP" UNPARAUEICO NIOHT SERVICE. NEW STEAMED! , "CITY OF BUFFALO" . "CITY8 OF ERIE" both together being without doubt, la at reijycU, the finut n4 fatten that art run li the lnteret of the traTaUnr public la tbl Uoitcd State. TIMf CARD OailT IRCLUDINO SUNOftT. lfl ARfltvr Cleveland 8 P.M. Buffalo 6:30 A.Ur Buffalo 8 " ciereland 6:30 " Special DaTllyht Trlpa livery Saturday com raendng July liih to August 30th Incluilre. Laata Buffalo 8 A.M. Arrlr Clittland B r.M " Cltt Hand 8 " " Baffala 8 " CCNTRAl TNDARO TIM I. ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES CAOHfftCAMga Connection made at Buffalo with traina foi C Haitern and Canadian poinu, at Cleveland for Toledo, Detroit aad all points Wet as South went. Ask ticket agesta for tickets via C & B. Line, tend four cent for Illustrated pamphlet BPKCIAL LOW RATKS CLEVELAND TO BUFFALO AND NIAGARA PALLS EVBR1 SATUKDAY NIGHT, ALSO BUFFALO TO CLEVELAND W. F. HERMAN, General Passenger Agent, CLEVELAND. O. PERBYouRVflcanflKl ON mtjlWW LAKES . KIII J. ------ I i . .it . JL wmM vffitift fflJ K ' ad & UP it.'eif oJfoeswe M&mnac JSjLArtP ' MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS. TIME TABLE CTWCKN DETROIT and CLEVELAND Uavt DETROIT, daily, 10.30 p. ra. Arrive CLEVELAND, . . 5.30 a.m. making connections with all railroads for points East. Leave CLEVELAND, daily. 10.15 p. m. Arrive DETROIT, . . , 5.30 a.m. connecting with D. & C. Stoomera for Mroklnao, "Soo," Marquette, Duluth, Mln neapolle, St. Pcul Petoekcy, Mil waukee, Chicago and QaoriTlqn Bay also with all railroads for points in MICHIGAN and the West. , , , Day Trips between Detroit and Cleve land during July and August. MACKINAC DIVISION Leave TOLEDO Mondays and 'Satur days 9.30 a. m. and 'Tuesdays and Thursdays 4.00 p. m. Leave DETROIT Mondays and 'Satur days 13.00 m., and 'Wednesdays and Fridays 0.30 a. m. ConuDendac Ja&fl Slit. Eead a eeats for lIlutTsUl paopskl t t 1DB&EBS t t A. A. SCHANTZ, 0. p. A., Detroit, Mich. INVINCIBLE TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES are the best obtainable, and are sold at mosfmod ' 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., Queer CO, Crescent ROUTE Excellent Through Service from Cincinnati to All Important Southern Cititv , W. W. DUNNAVAHT,T. P.., CIKVCUNP. W. i MUftPMT, W, 6. riHCAMOK. asN'i. manacn, acn'L pisa'aii aacNT. ffk KiIVav oi-V "'(ttattZgi i ,i j Z 1 eggss.'SiiiS-!) l 8 &"lBJdH& mW.BfcV RAILROAD TIM1TTA! THE NORTHERN OHIO' RJf Depot North Mnln St. fi Depart-No. 1 80 .as Denart No. 11 , .4:00 pfl Arrive No. 2 4!00ln Arrive No. 12 ...12:gSpBij LAKE ERIE & WESTERN RR.- Northern Ohio Division. Denot North Mnln St. ik No.l Lt 8:30 am. No. 11 Lt 4:30 BM !' No.2 Ar4:00 pmNo.12 Ar 12.05pmlocsa All dally except Hunuay. " , 11 M NORTHERN OHIO TRAOTJONf'.CO; Ann TMiahinM ' 1 .......... r": " " . "-" ,; uars icavo inn wailing room, nauiw'i tor. building, for Cloteland, at'BrfOj a. m., 0:40 a, ra. and very half nourj lu l ;w p. lu, uuu u. ciitu y. uj. mwh 10:30 P- " . ' IIIZj EilUE. HAIUU.WAIJ, J.U East Wcst;MK cnaittaunua ex.... 'Jizoam ljiuuro Vew Vnrlr A- nil!. cairr. Lim' 8:55 om 7:09 am Wella Fanro Ex. '' (Seo note 1 2:55 am 12:01pm Marlon Express (Bee note 2) 1234 pm 'Chicago & Atlantic Express 8:54 am 0:50 pta New York special. 12:45 pm SS.pm YoungstoTrn Ex press 4:23 pm 11:15 ara Dally. Note 1, dally except Mon days and day? following legal boll, days. Note 2, Monday only. THE BALTIMORE & OHIO SYSTEM. Depart, West Arrive Canal Dover, Bridge port C.OOam Canal Dover, Bridge port 3:10pm Chicago Fast Ex press 8:55am Chicago Fast Ex press 7:55pm Chicago Limited. . .'11:40pm 827pm 0:42am 820pm 6:45am" 1:52am 'Daily. Other trains da 11.7 except Sunday. Depart, East Arrive Chicago & New York Limited '2:COam "iisspm Youngstown and PIttiiburg . . . G:55am 7:35pm Chicago & YouDgs- town 820pm 8:40am Akron & Pittsburg 12:15pm 11:42am Dally. Other trains dally except fjnndAy. GOING NORTH. How. st Union Depot Depot , . 7:00am G:50am . 0:10am , .12:01pra 11:50am . . 5:13pm 4:53pm . 8:35pm'' 8:20pm . .0:50am 0:40am GOING SOUTH. . . 8:15am SuToam East Akron 0:33am. 0.01am ll:33oci 4:55pm 822pm No. 46. No. 4 . . No. C . No. 10. No. 8 .. No. 12 . No. 7' . No. 11 . No. 0 . No. 47'. No. 5 . Ho. 3 . 8:45am 12:28pm 5:07pm 8.02pm 1:02am .12.01pm . 4:30pm . 7.32pm .12:30am . 2:53pm 12:20pm 4:53pm 7:50pm 12:50am 3.05pm to Akron only. "Does not enter Union depot Bun days. C. A. & C. RAILWAY. North. South. Cincinnati and Cleve C.05am 9:03pm Akron & Pittsburg. 8:20am 8:10pm Columbus & Cleve. .11 :35am 2:53pm Cincinnati & Cleve. 4:25pm 0:35am, Pittsburg and N. Y. 4:17pm 11:10am Dally. Others dally except Sunday. OANTOK-AKRON RY. CO. Cars leave E. Akron, (Blue Pond) for (Canton, New Berlin, Grcentown, Union- ' town, and Springfield lake at 0:40, 8:10, 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 anij a half, 5 a. m. to 10:40 p. m. RAILROAD NOTICES. G. A. R. RATES, WASHINGTON, D. O. $10 round trip via C, A. & C. Ry& Penna. Lines, Oct. 3 to 6. Return limit Oct. 14, subject to extension until Nov. 3. One ptop-over allowed at any station on direct line between rittsburg and Washington, on both goln? and re turn trip. For further particulars seo Ticket Agent, Union 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. Honodle, ticket agent. Union depot. RATES REDUCED TO CANTON. Via O. T. & V. It. R. every Sunday, 50 cents round trip on raonnnr; train, good returning any train snme day. G. A. R. RATES. WASHINGTON, D. 0. $10.00 round trip via B. & O. n,.K., Oct. 3 to 0. Return limit, Oct. 14, 6uh- ject to extension until Nov. 3rd. One 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. ' i i Illinois Central Railroad Very low one-way second class rates during; SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER ' VIA. - TO v CALIFORNIA. " OREGON, ,, WASHINGTON and the NORTHWEST. Through personally conducted excur slon sleepers to CALIFORNIA. For particulars call on any tlcUel agent or addres, V. W. HARLOW, Division Paso, Agt, 423 Vine st,, Cincinnati, X n m ' ire & !yT cstlv JEl iH W MM fPra r I A." 'IM li'MiwfglfffWglfeW.