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nw$r AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT TTJESDAT, OCT. 21, 1602. . -fe fe'Tbe Kcytlonc By This Grand Commandcry Red Cross Brought to 1 Another delay has been caused In the legal proceedings of the Grand Com .mandory o the Hod Cross society against certain members of Tctitonla Cpmmandory, of this city. The trou ble, was first brought to tlio attention 'of tho public by an action started by the Grand Commandcry In .lustico "Hoffman's court to collect $275, claim ml to.lc,due from Tciitonla Command cry. It was alleged that this sum1 bad been collected by tho local command cry and applied to Its own uses, In vio lation of a provision In tho constitu tion making It obligatory on constitu ent Commnnrterles to turn'' over all Fiirti funds to the Grand Commandcry. ffhe case was tried before JuhMcg Hoff man, and judgment was rendered for LOVE AFFAIR Drove Him Crazy and He Set Fire to Buildings. ' Minneapolis, Minn., Oct, UL Sheriff p'regor has lodged Adolph Kadelboch Iri.'Jnil hero for having set lire to tho barns and waiohouses on half a dozen farms near I.orotta In this county. Tho prisoner declares disappointment In lovo crazed him. Successive rejec tions of his wooing by young women of Ills neighborhood proyed on his mind. He," became convinced that their par ents wem In league to rob him of the prospect of happiness. So, ho explains, be sought rovongo in firo. The farm- B worn W A SHADOW. ' When there is a falling off in flesh in woman or man there is "something wrong." And that something wrong is generally a loss of nutrition due to dis ease of the stomach and the other organs ql digestion ami nutrition. Some times this loss of flesh is accom panied by Variable appetite, but In many cases the ap petite docs not fail Ond here may be a constant desire to eat. Languor, (HervoHisnesfc, irri tability, sleepless ness, are Bymntoma often associated jYJtb this loss of .nutrition and fol lihg off in flesh. , Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures disease of thestom ch and other or dans of digestion And nutrition. It enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food tio that lost flesh is regained and the, physical health re-established. '"I list) suffered from Indigestion nnd only those wl)o have suffered from It know what ft really Is," writes Mrs. M.J. I'ngan, or i6ij Host . Ocntiee St.. Byraeuw, N. V, "I had had severe i .OeneieeSt fi? ' nsids nnd i -V bowels wei neaaaenn auu tussores, witu com feet : evrrvtrJue I ate distressed me. ereconstliintednnd wwi etowttur vtrv i-itkyn $nd nttwus, 1 cannot half express the had fefllngn I had when I commenced takiug Dr. ( rlercts Golden Medical Discovery. 1 took nine bottle of the 'Ulicovery' and have taken 'several bottles of Dr. I'iercr's I'lrasitut reliefs. I J commenced feellufr better with the first bottle i and kept on ImproUiiK, Now I am so crently Improved In health my friends often speak of It. i I mast heartily recommend these medicines to ll suffering ns 1 was." The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In paper covers, is sent free on 'receipt of 31 one-cent stamps forcxpensa of mailing only. Address Dr. K. V. .'fierce, Iluffalo, N. Y. HEADACHE'S TORTURES rteoimaao a woman's life almost unbearable, Uut wwj . ia m buio a saip, iivvrriauiuir cure. Dr. Jamas' Haadacho Powdora sotho and reiturn the disordered nervt s-take away She headache without mating the cllahtoat unpleasant after effect., At all drug stores. dusts 10 ceuls, ) , Tha J. W. James Co, East llradjr, 1'a. m 1 Por liitle by John Lainpartor tk. Co. - dly tf T "Tarafl Baelc Tlmo in lia Flight." II VIC IIc''" U Klf 0! II (ft fc '"' Btopsltcbli .mr . a 1U(i cnr(, dsndru Htsls all ocalp "i-ninPQ .ts. BiopsiieDingsjlliirvi II B BBQulckroj anil ren.na bslrnilin Jol rnlor. nusntttr and"'" V. . HVHH.HM. W- UC11 TBI "'""' Notadre.niirr Nml fie. nost. for l'lll'.r, trlsl botiW toJVj: DAY CO.. 2S0 Lst.j.tto.t.. Ni Largo Due. bottle At drujjli tutf 1 Alter J. Butler WJlLrepalr your furniture, re- -Mir and upholster your couch- IVfa, or quoto you tho lowest prices on furniture of nil kinds. It goo hU line of Beds, Couches, feather Chillis, Dining Table and Chairs. 135 S. Main st. Opposite M. 0'Ncll & Co. Phone, 12832 rings I 4. H HHHHP R lZsx&T?iri'- , jwjttaUaiflaMsaa.f..U.iyiio!K ' " minis a asaaaiMMaa bh t h ya i Mil i .iMMiiJi uniiiaiin w niin i in i . i . i iiiim . .1 it . mi iiiiii'.m iini lams !. Mimtin mi STRENGTH Twtntr-flTeytnrs aeo In acquainting Jewelers with the Mrtngthofttie Ja.IkM HtlfTened aold Watch Cases, tin onterprlslngaalcsmau used tha method hereehown. Jan. Sou Cum ore still the strongest casta nude. As good as solid gold In appearance. Belter than told In wearing qualltj. Leu than solid gold In cost. In a MS. BOSS Sf Watch Case there 1 a layer of very hard composition between an Inside and outside layer ofeolklgold reducing the colt of tha case, and adding greatly to lis strength. HOPS Cases are guaranteed to near ror Zi years; ara reeoKnltedaa the standard, and told as such by all Jewelers. Write us for a booklet. Witch Catc Company, FMltdetphli, Hark Wf You Know Them Halt Once More tho defendants. This was In 181)7. Tho plaintiff appealed fro mtlic decision to the Court f Common Picas, and nftcr a scries of delays, tho case camo up for hearing In tho upper court Friday. Shortly after tho hearing began the counsel for the defendants raised an objection to proceeding with the hear ing under the petition of the plaintiff. A motion was presented to the effect that the plaintiffs bo refused tho priv ilege of submitting any evidence undor the pleading on the grounds that It re ferred to only six members of Ten ton In Commandcry, Fred W. Ruthe borg, Jacob Trossci, Anton Christian sen, Henry Meyer, Andrew Bleklor and Otto Hanse. Tho Court sustained tho motion. It is not known yet what tho next turn In the caso will bo. houso of Charles Piper nnd Jacob Spurzem, .whose daughters had most recently rejected Kadelboch wcro first flrcd. Then the torch was nnnlicd to tho barns of Leonard Mlllor and Charles ThomaB. At tho hitter's farm Kadelboch was captured. STRONGEST Play Thus Far Season This Is at the Grand In "The Man Who Dared." By far tho ptrongest nnd greatest play, both as regards tho power of tho original story and tho capability of tho cast which produces It, that has been seen at tho Gland Opera Uonso this season opened thcro Mon day, when Mr. Howard Hall and his supporting company presented "Tho Man Who 'Dared." It is not exactly a play for" children; thcro is a bold, bad Countess, who, after tho fashion of Countesses In womo books, falls Violently In lovo with n man not her husband. Miss Nina Morris, always strong in parts of tho kind, Is a very lovable, bad Countess nnd thcro Is not a veak point In "tho wholo cast. Tho staging Is beautiful, and tho play Is almost bewildering In tho opportunity for Individual effort It contains, and it must tm mild that theso opportunities a io taken full advantage of by tho company. Of courgo the poor hus band la avenged lit tho end and vlrtuo triumphs. ' fJeorgo D. Mnckoy, as Captain Paul Gerardloux, a false friend of Cnpt. Louis Martlneau, and lovor of tho Countess,' Ib a character not often seen on a local stage. Ills work was lino. Tho sceuo with the cago of lions in tho third act was realistic, and there was no Illusion about the enter ing Into tho cago on tho real danger that accompanies that feat. Thorn Is no doubt that this pleco will draw fee-old-breaking erowds'. "Tho Mnu Who Dared" will bo at the Grand up to Wednesday ulht, with tlnlly nintlncos. SURPRISE PARTY IN A HAT BOX Mrs. Max Rostock Entertained Guests Unawares. A surprise party of an unusual kind took plnco nt tho homo of Mrs. Mnx linstock, 123 North High st, Monday, tho surprlsors, howover, being entire ly Ignorant of tho excitement thoy cnusod. Mrs. Itostock dressed to at tend n meeting of tho Llcdcrtafcl Sun dny ovoulng and expecting to wear n new hat, took It from tn box, leaving tho latter upon a tnblo In tho family sitting room. Later sho returned tho hat to Its box, still leaving it upon the table, nnd wore another Instead. Mon day morning sho took up the hat box to put it uwny. It was heavier than seemed natural, and thcro camo atrnngo sounds from tho Interior. Much per turbed, Mrs. Itostock opened thu Imjx. Nestled In her now lull were ulx little kittens. WILLIE Will Soon Be Free Boy. Youngest Convict United States In Has Served a Year Penitentiary. In the Jackson, Miss, Oct. 21. Wllllo 0. Evans, the youngest convict in tho United States, wis pardoned from the penitentiary Saturday night by Gov. Longlno. Wllllo Is now approaching his ninth year, nnd has been In tho prison about one year, serving u three year term on the charge of robbery. Ho wis sent up from Jackson county on the chin go of stealing $300 from a store near Moms Point. When AVllllo was brought to the penitentiary tho officers were in a dilemma. They did not know what to do with such n younster, and tliore was no ready made clothing on hand to fit him. When the register clerk started to tako his description it was necessary to hunt around and And a yard stick, tho regulation standard used for older criminals refusing to slide down far enough to touch the top of his curly head. It was Anally decided to mako him a messenger boy at tho warden's oftlco, and ho served faithfully and be came a well known figure on tho streets of Jackson. During his incar ceration WJllio saved $0.45 from tho tips given him by visitors at tho peril tentinry, and ho will start a bank ac count upon ranching home. Ho ex pressed much icgrot upon leaving pris on, and has formed a fond attnehmcut for tho olllclals, who have treated him with great kindness, , His Life In Peril. "I Just seemed to unvo gone all to pieces," writes Alfred nee, of Welfare, Tex., "biliousness and a larao back had made Ufo a buiden. I couldn't eat or, sleep and felt almost too worn out to woik when I began to use Electric Hitters, but they worked wonders. Now I sleep like a top, can cat anything, have gained In, strength nnd enjoy hard work." They give vigorous health and now llfo to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try them. Only fiOc nt 0. B. Harper & Co's. drug store GAVE FRIENDS A NICE TREAT But They All Walked 18 Miles Back to Town. ICokomo, Ind., Oct. 21 King Wilson, 13 years old, In an attempt to glvo 20 boy friends n rare treat, Sunday, suc ceeded In taking them by train 18 miles from town, and then nil wcro permitted to walk back tho ontlio dls taneo. Wilson has been employed as n night OVERLOOKED. There Are Patent Medicines and Remedies Without Number. For Every Disease nnd Affliction But One. A prominont physician was recently asked why It was that thrro aro so many "blood purifiers," "norve tonics" nnd lrinedles for ovory 111, oxcept ono of thu iiiiist common and annoying, viz: piles, lie replied, thcro nro two prin cipal lcasons. First, physicians nnd people In general have thought that tho only permanent cure for plies wns a surgical opcintlon, that medicinal preparations wero wlmply pnllatlve. Another i canon Is, that piles Is In no senso of tho word nn Imaginary dis ease; tho biifferer from piles Is very much lUMiie of tho fact, and for this tenson tho bo-called pile salves, olnt mpnta, etc., have been short-lived. Tho patient very soon discovered their In olllcloncy. He nijr further, foi Innately, how over, there Is a new remedy for piles, which Judging from its rapidly grow ing popularity will soon tako tho plnco of all other ticatment; It hns certainly mado astonishing cures In this obstin ate dlsenso and Its merit has mado It famous among physicians nnd where over It hns been Introduced. This rem edy Is sold by all druggists under tho mi mo of Pyramid I'llo Cure From tho Immediate jeiief which tho Pyramid I'llo Cure gives In all forms of piles, ninny physicians MiippoHd It contained ipuin, cocaine or soino simi lar substance, but upon analysis It was found to bo perfectly ftvo from any thing of tho kind, nnd that the Instant roller and cure which follows Its uso Is rather the result of Its romnrkabte healing, soothing notion on the jmrts affected, Tho Pyramid I'llo, Cure Is tho only remedy, oxcept n surgical operation, Which Immediately rolloves nnd per manently cures every form of piles. It Is sold by druggists at rOo and si. or by mnll by tho Pyramid Drug Co., Marshall, Mich. ;ljLV, NOTHING LIKE Paine's Celery Compound For Cleansing and Purifying the Blood, it Removes the Germs of Disease, Invigorates and Rejuvenates. Thousands of men and women who havo neglected tho work of physical recuperation in tho summer months, aio now carrying a burden of disease. In the majority of cases, lmpuro and poisoned blood nnd a sluggish circu lation aro tho direct causes of suffer ing and misery. Aro you, dear reader, one of tho unhappy victims? If so, the life stream must be mntlo pine, tho health-wrecking laxity of the blood vessels must be conccted, the nerves nnd tissues must be nourish ed. Paine's Celery Compound Is the medicine that physicians iceommcnd for the Increase of pure blood in the nrterlest, anw for arousing the purify ing organs to cast off the Impurities that glvo,rIse to disease. Mr. Jus. F. Hudson, Spring Itldge, I.a., was a ter rible sufferer, from impute blood; he tells how he banished his doubles: "Front some cause my blood became impure and resulted In bolls and pimples. At one time I suffered from 27 bolls. No one can Imnglno what I suffored. I tried sulphur, Biirsapnrlllas and other remedies, but no relief came. Mr. Scbnstlan, a merchnnt whom I used to clerk for, handed mo one of your circulars and Insisted that I should uso Paine's Celery Compound. After using two or three lwttles tho bolls were not so numerous nor as large. After using the fifth bottle, I was entirely cured, and havo been myself ever since." All thofashlonnblo shades nnd Colors can bo mndo from DIAMOND DYEB. Wo havo n, apoclnl deportment of nth Ice, nnd will nnsvfor freo, any quostlous nbout dyeing. Bona sample of goods whon possible. Direction book nn'l dyod samples freo DIAMOND DYKB, Burlington, Vt mall currier, taking pouches from the postofllco to tho depot. lie carried koys to tho Lake lOrle & Western de pot, nnd hnd access to the ticket otllce. Saturday night he stole thirty llrst olass tickets to Michigan City, nnd stamped them with the olllclal seal. Wilson Sunday morning summoned 29 of Ills chum's and proposed giving them all a free trip to Michigan City. The youngsters got aboard the first train. Tho conductor wns suspicious, but as (he tickets wcro regular, he ac cepted them. After tho oxcursion hnd gone, Agent Franks discovered the loss of the tickets. Ho tolegraphed ahead and at a point between Bonnett's Switch and Peril tho conductor stopped tho train and ejected the little adventurers. Wil son confessed. ALL AKRONIANS SHOULD READ "In tho Days of St. Clair," by tho author of "Ralph Marlowe." Forty Years' Torturi. To bo rclloved from a torturing dls easo after 40 years' torture might well cause the gratitude 6f anyone. That Is what DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo did for 0. llnney, Gcncvt., O. Ho says: "DoWltt's Witch Hnzol Salvo cured mo of plies after I had suffered 10 years." Cures cuts, burns, wounds, Bkln diseases, licwaro of counter feits. THE CLEVELAND PLAIN-DEALER Thinks, "Tho Days of St. Clair" a good book for all Ohtoans to read. SUSAN B.'S LITTLE JOKE Democrats Asked Her to Register "Or She Could Not Vote." Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 21. Susan B. Anthony, tho famous woman suffrage leader, turned a good Joke on tho Dem ocratic County committee hero yester day. A Democratic canvasser called at her house last week, nnd upon nsk- Ing who lived thero wns told "S. B. Anthony." In losponse to tho nest query tho canvasser was told that S. 11. Anthony wns a Democrat. Tho facts, wcro so recorded In tho canvass book, and when the clerks; nt headquarters began to check up the lists preparatory to sonding out notlicH calling on Demo crats to be sure to register on Satur day, or thoy could not vote,- they found thnt S. B. Anthony, u Demociat, had not registered. Accordingly n postal card was sent to the nnnio and address given in tho enmnss book. Tho appeal on the card was very ur gont, saying, among other things: "You are not registered. Unless you register you cannot vole. To register you must apply In person to tho Board of regis- trary, etc," nnd ending with the injunc tion: "Do not neglect tills." WhenMIss .nthony received tho postal she could not resist tho oppor- tunlty to have n llttlo fun nt tho ex- I pense of the Democratic committee nud uXJ&& ... iUMBmi 4fif1H.Wifww4f4fw4.wlf4.Hffr)tww4.H4f4fwlt.jfttHjj Wc Arc Candidates For your trade, In tho way of selling you goodr stylish, serviceable clothes. Wo guarantee them for cfllcleiit service. Our stock of Overcoats is complete, and Wc Want Your Vote Ab to how they suit you; a word about our ready-to-wear suits, our coats nro mado in the best pos slblo manner; bare hand padded col lars, hair cloth fronts, nnd wo guarantee them to retain their eliopo as long ns you wear them. the: wardrobe CLOTHING and TAILORING PARLORS. !09 3. Howafd St. 4f4f4ett4f4r-lftf-!-:f4r4f4fJttfjf.?fjrjf4f.:t4fjf4fir-)f GOLD FISH We havo hundreds of fine, hpnlthy fish in stock, nt such low prices that no ono need bo without t hem. Globes, moss nnd supplies. Plants, Cut Flowers, Bulbs Our new department is full of flno plants nnd flowers. Falms, ferns, and chrysanthemum plnnts nt exceedingly low prices. GEO. S. DALES & CO., Both Phones. score a point for equal suffrage as well. So sho wrote tills message bni the face of tho postal card and returned it: "In response to a notice of this kind In 1872 I did register, nnd later I voted. For this I was arrested fined $100 nnd sent to jail. You will excuse nu If I decline to repent this experience." METHODIST Has Offered Land For Establish ment of a School. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 21 Bishop Fitz gerald, of St. Louis, who lias been hero presiding over' tho Atlantic Mis sions:onfcrenco of tho Methodist Epis Talk this over with says Ayer's Cherry for your hard cough, The choice apples aro It's Not too Early lo pick out your Winter Ovcrconr, even if you don't want to wear It now. Stock Is complete now nnd we can show you all tho different styles, lengths nnd fabrics. Then wlille you are In wo want your opinion on our lino of UNDEHWKAU nnd the HATS WE MAKE. COME IN AND LOOK; IT'S EASY TO GET OUT OF OUR STORD. i. s. iviy.e:f? & co. RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, HATTERS AND FURNISHERS. 118 and ISO 3. ftlain St. AT WHICH THE DOCTORS DO MOST MARVEL! The absolute certainty with which diseases such as Nervous Debility, Paralysis, diseases of the Skin and Blood. Catarrh, Asthma, Dysppe . sia, Rheumatism, Rectal Diseases, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Diseases of Women, and all affections of the Lungs and Throat, Heart. Liver, Kidneys, Bladder, Stomacn, Bowels and other Organs, Yield to the New Scientific Methods. SOME REASONS WHY everyone may place Implicit confidence In nnd reel saro in consulting DR. SPINNEY. & CO. BECAUSE he has an established practice in this city; he has a record of over twenty-five years of unqucs tinned nnd phenomenal success In tho practice of medicine. , BECAUSE his work is profession nl, clean, honest, respectable, skillful and successful. Ho has earned for himself a professional and business reputation which ho could not nfford to compromise 'by treating nny one unfairly or by failure to fulfill all promises. BECAUSE nil patients nre honestly nnd conscientiously ndvlscd re garding their caso from tho start. Ills woik and methods arc honorable, scientific nnd nbsolutely free from deception. NO MISTAKES IHE NO FAILURES! HOME TREATMENT By MAIL. Tho system of treating patients who live nt a dlstanco has been so perfected thnt the same completo and permanent cures nrp obtained in all eases undertaken as In tho otllco practice. For examination (freo) by mnll, write for question blank. Wrlto if you cannot call. All cor rcpondence in plain envelopes, con fidential. Charges for treatment low nnd medicines furnished. HONORABLE AND SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. If you want careful personal attention, through scientific treatment, the greatest skill as tho result of many years' experience and largo special practice in nn nervous, enronic, sum and blood discuses, ir you want a perfect life cure at reasonablo cost, consult DR. SPINNEY & OO Hours-0 ii.in. to 8 p.m. Sunday-0 a,m, to 12 m. MASONIO TEMPLE, CORNER J l J-d0k - - HOWARD AND MILL STS. ( aa .Wk. ITO n , Jf Consultation lAiee and Invited. Wj 228 S. Main St. copal church, loft today for Elizabeth City, N. C, for a conference wlthG. L. Zimmerman, a wealthy Methodist lumber dealer of that place, who has agreed to give 12,000 acres of valuable land If the Methodist Eplbcopal church will establish thereon nn industrial school for the education of tho young men of tho South. Bishop Fitzgerald goes to Investigate Zimmerman's offer and report to the Board of Bishops at a special meeting to be held In Now York. Zimmerman Is a New Yorker, who moyed South 40 years' ago and worked In tho Southern 'Methodist church until the Northern SIcthodists established a mission at Elizabeth City. your doctor. If he Pectoral is all right then take it. as '.jLTtrOo.. Iiow.11, Ma... o llrst taken from tho basket. T MsWnW.'r' afls- filllwi Hibbard & Wilcox Successors to J. B. STORER & CO. Jewelers New goods arriving nearly everyday. Wo havo sorao very fino pieces in plated waro: Tea Sets, -Berry Bowls, , .. Nut Bowls, Fruit Dishes, Candelabra and Candle Sticks. 116 S.Howard Cure Your Catarrh Now. V. Van Dorn, 2011 Avenuo B, Birm ingham, Ala., writes: "I havo had ca. tarrh In ono of tho worst forms for 20 years; nnd after using Dr. Geo. Lcinlnger's FormnVde-hydo Inhaler for two days, feel entirely relieved nnd believe by its continued use I will get cured." Sold at 50 cents on a guarantee by all druggists. MONEY TO LOAN On Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Car riages, Wagons And on all chattel property at tho very lowest rates. If you have a num ber of small debts you want to pay, I will loan you the money, nnd you can pay It back In small monthly payments. All goods remain in your possession, and your business is strictly confiden tial. Call and Investigate before you borrow, I can save you money. L. O. Miller, Room 14, Arcade Blook Bell phono 700. People's phono 774. dly tf J, M. DAVIDSON Successor to Dickson Transfer 'Co. Coal Offleaj All tho best jf , A hard and sofr. -'' "' aa-t t-ovivcjra-fc Prloea. 12TS Pfoolo'-t pliouc oClce, iriiiRi imtrteno. E. KxclinnRO St. nt H. U OroislnT. A Cold To-Day Means Consumption To-Morrow Consumption Is more often caused by, a neglected cold than any other way. It Is poor judgment to buy a "common" cough syrup when It la so easy to got Dr. Georgo Lcinlnger's For-mal-de-hydo Cough Cure, tho best cough rem edy in tho world for all serious and stubborn coughs and colds. It novcr falls, Sold nt 25 cents on a guarantee by all druggists. Money to Loan In sums of $5 to $500 at one hour's notice, Why be nnnoyed with a lot of small creditors when you can call at our office and borrow! money to pay them all? It will bo much more convenient for you to pay ono than to pay so many. We loan on personal property In use, same to bo left In your possession. Time, one to 12 nonths. Remember, every payment re duces Interest and principal. We glvo extra tlmo In case of sickness, death or loss of em ployment. If you cannot call, write or phono Pcoplo's 83, Bell Main 87, nnd our repre sentative will call on you with tho money. Nathan IW1. Boric, President snl General Manager Croand Floor. 191 S. Howard st Money to Loan In any amount at Prevailing Rentes. Bruner- Goodhue Cooke Co. dly tf LacQ curtains, blankets, quilts and comforters washed carefully. City Laundry 1063 S. Main st. People's Phone 912 jfanfou F.'iUV.'. y x.s, .. .y fo fiiu; I ( Wl & t' HaZTSaSal Ljtfe'.gW'&t jV, i .