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ATURDAY, N0T7 S3, lOt. . ( AKltdW'DAXm DEMOCRAT 5' yi ... k k ftakiitg sBl -rair.fi.w ; Absolute ly Pure Royal Baking Powder is equally valu ". able for the preparation of the finest, most delicate cookery and for substantial, 1 everyday food. Royal Baking Powder has been used by three generations and is employed" in baking by the best families everywhere. ROYAL BAKINO POWDER COMPARATIVE Statement of Vote Polled November 4. Some of the statisticians "connected with the State Republican Executive commltte& have taken the pains to ai range a comparative statement con cerning the vote polled at the last elec tion. Although tbo renort dismays a v great deal of local pride ou the part of tuo compilers, it is nevertheless of general Interest.' It also takes occasion to throw some bouciuete at the great ness of General Dick. J Ohio two weeks ago present some In teresting features. The total Republi can vote was 70 more 1n the Btato for Secretary Laylln than Governor Nash got last-year, but the lattor's plurality is 2.300 greater than that for Nash. The difference Is due to Democrats who'dld not vote this year. The larg est Republican vote was 437,868. for 'Klrtley, to? Board of Public Works, 6nly 1,007 more than Layltn. ThQ larg- eeTetnocratic-vote was that for Bruc)j fbr 'Dairy and Food Commissioner, 347,607i This Is only 1,801 more than the vote for Btgelovt', whereas the nntl Johnson Democrats made a claim that their strength would give Brack 15,000 y or 20,000 more than Blgelow would have, beside tho benefit Bruck would have from the special effort made In his behalf In various lines of business. J AFTER MARRIA'GE: Different Living Affects Some People. "I never drank coffee until after I was married," says a lady from Adalr vllle, Ga. "My husband drank coffee and I L' thought It was nice to drink with him, and we enjoyed it togetner. Alter a while I found that my digestive or gana were disturbed, but not know ing the cause, I went on drinking coffee and growing more wretched each day. In due tlrao three little girls came to what ought to have been a happy home, but I was nervous and urn happy myself and could not make anyone else happy; to my great con sternation, two of my little girls had spasms, and it a nervous -wreck, found , It Impossible to eat anything that did b not .hurt 'my afow'acsh. ' ,1 finally concluded I had heart dis ease, njy heart pained me so much after eating, and my head was so dizzy, J often thought I would ,fall when trying to walk across the room. I tried every medicine I heard of, apd had different doctors treat me, but wfth. no benefit. I could not sleep' halt tho night, and never slept 'sound I -would wake out of a fright ful dream only to doze and wake again. Finally, I read of Postum Food Cof fee and my husband got a package from our grocer; I mado some ac cording to directions. I liked its flavor very much and the first cup seemed to help my stomach. I used It evory -rueal, somotlmes making a whole meal on Postum and a bit of bread. I Improved so fast that I could soon eat anything I wanted. I began to look so much better my friends were sur prised and said I looked as well as when I was first married. I could sleep as sweetly as a child. Of course the children quit coffee and drank Postum and they all began to fatten and tne spasms stopped. I wlsli could Impress It on jovery weak, nervous person to abandon cof fee and use Postum' CereaJ. If every nervous person could bavo seen me in my nervous nfflction from drinking coffee, and could now see me nnd my little ones, around tho table" en- Joying our Postum, they surely would never indulge in coffee again, for there Is no more nervous -prostration; no more headaches; no more spasms, and I am able to do my own work and caro for my children." Name riven b Postum Co., Battje CreeJcJ,Mtebf , W CO., NEW YORK, In spite of all these influences which centered the fight upon Mr. Ankeny, he received 80,135 plurality, as com pared with 00,463 for Laylln at the head of the ticket. In fact, the difference In tbe plural ities for the different candidates on the Republican State ticket arc not nearly as wide this year as thoy were In 1001. Tho range then was from, 07,567 for Nash for Governor to 84,650 for Price for Judge of the Supreme Court Lieu tenant Gpvernor Nlppert's plurality was 78,450; Treasurer Cameron, 83,170; Attorney General Sheetp, 80,540; Mem ber Board of Public. Works Johnson, 82,023; and Clerk of Supreme Court Emerson, S1.7Q4. These variations were never equalled in an Ohio election so that this year's fluctuations are small hy comparison. Chairman Diak's, prediction on th,e election. result proves to -have been very" conservative. His estimate placed "Mr. Layllh's probable plurality for Secre tary of Stato at not Jess than 75,000, and with as large a Republican vote as was polled last year our plurality may reach 100,000." It actually exceed cd 00,000, while the total vote shows about tlio same difference, being 811, 467 for Secretary of State" -Instead of a probable 800,000, which was-Chairman Dick's estimate In round numbers. Tho great shrinkage in votes is 22, 810 on Blgelow, heading the Democrat ic ticket. Tho Prohibition vote in creased 2,458. The Socialist vote near ly doubled, It? increase -being 0,881. Tho Socialist Labor voto fell off 11. Another of Ohalrnian Dick's predic tions that was more than made good was his claljn that Laylln would "car ry npt fewer than 60 out of tho 88 counties." Tho number the Republi cans carried for the head of tho ticket was 02 counties, as against 50 coun ties last year, and 61 for McKInley. Clermont county Republican by 11, Pike by 65, and Tuscarawas by 167, were the small6st Republican plurali ties, Henry oy 0, Highland by 31, Marlon by 140, and Seneca by 109 wore the closest Democratic counties. Not one of the old-Democratic strong holds approached the two thousand line. Cuyahoga was 2.328, being the only' one 1U that class. Chairman Dick also paid: "We shall certainly elect 17, and probably 18, of the 21 members of Congress." That Is Just the number. The close districts were tlje J2th, (Franklin coun ty), where Badger, Democratic, beat Hullng, Republican, by 770, as against 1,065 for Laylln, ttij? fight" being upon purely personal grounds; the 13th, whero Jackson, Republican, defeated Norton, Democratic, by 327, In the counties that gave iiNotforiv two years ago 0,010; tho 15th in which Van Voor bts, Republican, hoJi6l2 plurality. This 10th District rives Chairman Dick tho largest majority for Congress in tho state probably Ho is credited with 11,471 plurality over O. D. Ever hard, but this Is pearly all clear ma jority, as tho third papty voto on Con gress cut practically no flgure In this district. Longwortb, in tho First dis trict has 14,011 plurality and GoebeJ In the Second 12,17p, but there was a largo Socialist vote n both the Cincin nati districts, diminishing their major ities." In tho 18th district, Kennedy had 11,050 plurality over Fojey, the Domocrat, but Duffy,1 the Laboi? canity date, received 7.023 Votes, making Keh. nedy's majority 4.Q33. Some extraordlpary changes in plur alities may be note,d In the Congres sional districts. The, Thjrd district re elected Novln by $,85$; while bis pre-i vlous .plurality, was 15,4. Harvey Gar ber, chairman of fhe pemocratlp state Executive committee'' bad only 3,863 over Rogers, hi tho Fourth district, which was Democratic two years ago 'by 8.543. In 'the Fifth district John S. Snook was re-elected by 2.538, com pared with 3,708 in 1000. In tbe Eighth district Judge, Wnrnock was re-elected by 5,534, compared with 4,530. In the Ninth, Southard's re-election Is by 7, 042, an against 2;847,. while General Grosvenor's plurajlty loathe 11th djs- M trlct In smaller than before, It Js largely ooeauso tuo strong Democratic county of Fairfield haR been added to tbo dl. trlct, and bin plurality is more Uinu tlio district flbowed by tlio vote for Gov ernor last year. Bit Ilea carried tlio 14th district, by 4,750, where bo bad 2,724 the last time, In the Boventcenfh district, Hfevons, nepubllcnn, cut down the plurality for Cnf.slngham's re-elpctlon from 4,002 to 2,100. In tbo 20th district, Beidler won- re-elected' by 8.038, where ho had only. 680 the other" time. Burton's plural. Ity In the. 21t district In 7,5-18, dearly' 2000 gain from hla 5,058 In 1000, .1 , GAGE WAS MA6. r, . . r.. in , Poked In Ribs by Umbrella Fiend. New York, Nov. 20.-t-E-Secretary Lyman. Gage proved hJs wit and his courage In an elevated car recently. While riding down town In a crowded car bo met the obstreperous gentle man whos, umbrella always acts as, a rib poker. The ex-Secretary re taliated and a heated altercation re sulted, to the great amusement of tbo passengers. . HOPPER Took Akron "by Storm-" A Good Show Appreciated In a Way Befitting It. The Colonial wns packed ' Friday night by the audience drawn to see. te Wolf Hopper and bis company In "Mr. Pickwick." Society turned out, en masse, making It one of the most m portant theatrical events in the his tory of the city, and everybody was delighted and enthusiastic In his ap preciation during the entire perform ance. N Sir. Hopper as an actor 1 In every way as good as his reputation. His ap preciation and porttayal of tho humor In tho character and doings of Mr- Pickwick were bountiful and spontane ous. At the end of the fli'st act he was. obliged to make a speech. He couldn't escape; the audience by it applause de manded It, and were bound to have their desre gratified. It may also be said truthfully that few stars have better support than bap Mr. Hopper in his Pickwick company. There are not many performers re quired in tho play, but every one of them Is far above the ordinary. Louise Gunning, as Arabella, was charming, with her beautiful singing apd clover acting. Marguerite Clark as Polly Js also one of the splendid features of the show, and Henry Norman and Plgby Bell as Tony and Sam Weller, respect ively, were very clever. The reception given Mr. Hopper was certainly of a character that convinced the great actor that he is appreciated In Akron, and will insure his return every season. The Edson Fish Market will be open, Sundays, from 7 to 10 and 4 to 6 for bulk and can oysters. TO THE CANADIAN NORTHWEST LOW RATE EXCURSIONS, on Nov. 18, December 2 and 16, via Chicago & Northwestern Ry., from Chicago, one fare plus $2,00 round trip, with liberal return limits an? stop-over privileges. Four fast trains dally: 0:00 a.m., 6:30 p.m., 8:00 p.m , and 10:00 p.m., making direct connec tions with al( lines at St. Pa,ul and Minneapolis. For full particulars ap ply to your nearest ticket agent or ad dress A. F. Cleveland, 234 Superior St., Cleveland, O. Nov. 10, 20 Dec. 6, 18, 15. Our line of fine furs are superior In quality and much lower In price. Byrlder Bros. OLD MAN Sent to Workhouse For Shoplifting. Stole Much Silk Ribbon Watt & Shand, From Walter Ott, gray headed, and near ra the age at which most men begin to think of other things, pleaded guilty to a charge of petit larceny in Police court Saturday morning, and tbe Mayor im posed a sentence of $25 and costs and 30 days in tho Canton workhouse. Ott has called frequently at tbe store of Watt and Shand, during the last few months. He always asked for" empty boxes and was usually accommodated. Friday he went to the nbbpn counter of the Store and asked a clerk for&n empty shirtwaist box. The girl left bet counter to get one 'for blm, and while $Uo was gone, Ott stuffed a quantity of Short pieces of silk ribbon Into his pockets, The ends stuck out and gave blni away, and his arrest followed. The ribbon was yalued at J3. Ott staled that be has 'no home, and has been living wherever he could for some years. lr PLUCKY MRS. PESCHEL. , PROTECTS HEP, ENTIRE BAMILY WTTH PERtJNA, HAS A HAPPY HOME. . . .........--.-.-..-... ...................rt(t1 j This Beautiful Mother Says: 'I Cannot Help Praise Peruna. But vi. "I Am Never Without It '', "As Soon as I Find the Children Have the Least,, jCold, I Give TheinTeyuna. "A iFewiDpses Helps Them." ? r One of tbo greatest foes with which every family has to contend is our changeable climate. To proteot the family from, colds and coughs Is always a serious problem, and often impossible. Sooner or later It is tho Inevitable fate of every one ; to catch cold. Care In ' avoiding exposure and the use of proper clothing wiU protect from the f requenoy and perhaps tbo severity of colds, but with the neatest of precautions tbey will come. This is a sottlod foot of, human experience, Especially is' this trne during tho stormy nd unsettled wcathor of early winter. Everybody must expect to be caught eomewhoro or somehow. Perhaps it will ba wet feet, or cold draught, or damp clothes, or may be too close confinement In hot rooms and then going ont lntotho cold carelessly, or It H. C KICK w. v. rpew JAMES H CROA GEO. E. SHAW 'jut 3ljjHjjijjjpPjjiSi3 Deposits of any amount from tl up are accepted and 4 per cent. You can do your banking by Mait. Frich Building, Pittsburgh, More Real Rifle Practice Fbr National Guard Urged The revival of rifle practice among local companies of the National Guard is regarded by competent judges as one of the best steps that have been taken, locally, tor the guard In some time past. It is stated that many of the membei8 of tbe local companies, and most of ue companies of the state, for that matter, are practically new men to the servjee, , Thoy have been enlisted within tho past very few years, and their ability with tho rlflo has beon In most In stances a minus quantity, The drill in the manual of arms, foatmove- AN ALL So many splendid cures have been make in purely nervous affections by Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills, peoplo are apt to lose sight of the fact that they are a magnifi cent blopd and general tonio. They give to every organ the power to work, to do its duty as it should to the blood a richness in quantity and quality no other medicine oan appetite, digestion, strength all are furnished by their tonic power. To the system at large they give a general feeling of vigorous, robust health. HICKORY STREET. Mrs. B. Hogan, of No. 101 Hickory street, Akron, Ohio, says: "We have used Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills with great suc cess where the stomach waa weak tbe food would not digest, and caus ed headaches. Iu a case of this klud in our family the results were fine the stomach and dlgestiqn aro now all right, and the headaches a thing of the past. This wo think Is good proof af their value." Beware of imitationsSignature and Efta cl hrtv. nr Dr. may bo one of a thousand other little' mishaps, but no ono la shroud enough to always avoid tho inevitable catching cold. Sometimes colds come like on opl- domioj everybody seems to lmvo ono at once. Tho very air about us la poison to tho head, throat and lungs. There is no fact of medical science bettor known than that Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. Thousands of families in aU parts of tho United States are protected each winter by Peruna. Once in the family Peruna always stays. No homo can sparo Pe runa after the first trial of It. A splendid example of this fact is found In the beautiful homp of Mm. Paul Poschel, of 14 Quitman streot, Newark, N J. Read her letter. Niwauk, N. Jn June 17, 1600. Dr. S. B. Hartman: Dear Sir ''My three children were sick and my husbMtid had an attack of la grippe. I gave tbe children Peruna, and now they look at It tbey hadn't been sick aj all. 1 also gave It to my husband until be was good and well. I do not know bow I could have stood taking care of them and being up night and day, had It not been for Peruna. 'Last winter was the first winter In sixteen years that I did not have a cpugb. It Is Impossible to explain my thanks in words. 1 never looked as well as 1 do now. "Peruna Is our family medicine and always will be. I do my own house work and sewing, and get along lovely, now that I am so strong and well, thanks to Peruna and your good advice. THE Union Savings Bank OF PITTSBURGH CAPITAL, 81,000,000 A 6trong management makes a strong bank The Union Savings Bank invites attention to its large capital and its careful,- conservative management. OFFICERS ' H. C. JIoELDOWNET. PnESXDBKT A. W. 51EH.ON, Tion FsBSioavx J. B. PJlXUI, Vioa PasaiPEiTT X. V. HA.T8, Cabxisb DIRECTORS OBO. I. WHITNBY JAMES H. IDCKHART H. C. FOWHES It. S. MEUOf H. C. M'EIDOWMY J.. M. JCMOONMAKER J. B. riNUV P. J. HURSB A. W. MELION, D. E. PARK P. C. KNOX JOHN PORrCRFIBlD inents and tactics have been thorough enough, -it is argued, but what Is the use of all this knowledge, if the sol dier cannot take 'care of a gun, and does not know the difference btstween tbe "drift" of a rifle ball and the "English" of a pool ball? , For that 'reason the resumption of target practice, which has been rather neglected during ihe fast few year?, is approved by those who claim to know. Some of the friends of the guard aro seriously contemplating a movement looking to tbe establish ment of rifle ranges and actual prac - ROUND anerveTonic Never Equaled TOisShapedBox-No Other portrait of Dr A. W Chase on each box of tbe genuine. For sale by dealers, A TV. rikoca Hfprflrlao Ca. 9K7 Wflctilmrtan t- Riiffalv N. Y. ' cannot help but praise Pcratsa. I am never without It, and as soon as I find tbe children have tbe least cold I give them Peruna. A few doses helps them, and I hope that every one who reeds my testimony will try Peruna as It Is a friend Indeed." Thankfully yours, MRS. PAUL PESCHEL, 14 Quitman St., Newark, N. J. A Safe Family Doctor. Parana has been used in many other homes with the same results. The fol lowing are samples: Mrs. M. E. Sey mour, Dye, Ga., writes j " I am ready to speak a few words in favor of Peruna and Manalln. I have tried them for nearly every ill of life for myself and family, and flnd'them to bo all tbe doctor claims them to be. Peru na cured me of female trouble when my doctor could not. My advice to all suf fering women k, consult Dr. Hartman, What ho has dono for mo he will do for you." Mrs. M. E. Seymour, Peruna Added 40 Ponads, Mrs. Maria Ooertz, Cleo, Oklahoma, writes: "My husband, children and myself have used your medicines, and we al ways keep them In the house in case of necessity." Mrs. Maria Ooerts. Dr. Hartman's latest book on catarrh will be sent free upon request o any address. This book contains nlnty-fire pages of Interesting reading matter, and will be found invaluable to mothers in aiding them to guard against and cura the many llttlo catarrhal aliments of children that come with tho soyej weather of winter. Interest is allowed. Wrxti for tU Bootuu Pa. 35 tice with ball cartridge, wfcch would be made as much a weekly feature of company drills as the work in the manual of arms. $10..r0 CHICAGO AND RETURN, AC COUNT LIVE STOCK EXPOSI TION. B. &. O. R. R. Dec. 1, 2, and S. Re turn limit Dec. 7. . Jj Read Democrat liners. 1 Arrived Safe. Constantinople, Nov .22. Italian steamer Bosnia, reported , sunk vln Black Sea, with 150 passengers, ar rived here safely today. TONIC. SO. GRANT STREET. Mr. A. Stance, laborer, of, South Grant street, Akron, Ohio, says: I Ilka Dr. A. w. Chase'a Nerve Pills because It made my diges tion and stomach strong again. What I ate bothered mer-rested heavy made me nervous and dlwy. p waB advised to get the medicine, and am glad I did, as I eat eH again, gest my food, nnd have no dlzsy or nerv our spells. I am taking some away west with me so aa to be provided should I have another attack." John Lampartcc &s Co. Gut Rite Druggists 'ty Our cut prices nover ompty you purse. Laxative 4 m Bromo 1 !? Qulnln ... UV Doan'a h Kidney tf Pills ivJUW WhlthaU's a r Rheumatic 111 if Cure ,TrVV Schcnck's km mt Pulmonic i 1 Syrup t Jt Zoa-Phora o(n at ouc Abbey's , Efferverslng tlf Salt Ut Piso's Cure . -i op Tonsiline i 7 Porous Plaster 1 Qp .... Prescriptions filled at wholesale, prices, and we never substitute. John Lamparter & Co. CUT RATE DRUGGISTS 183 Mowar WHEELING &UKE ERIE RAILROAD Short L.I !- To Wheeling aud Zanesville. 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THANKSGIVING DAYEXOTRON. 0., A. & C. R. R. and Pennsylvania lines to all stations within a rsdjqa of ISO miles, Nov. 26 and 27, good ! turning until SStb Inclusive, , THANKSGIVING DAY EXODRWOir. B. & O. R. R. to all stations wtH a radius of 160 mile, Nov. s and in good returning until 88th lnthfttt,:, rfgaJ Women iHi (fl I I If IIIHIIM m it 4 VI' 1 X ?i 'fl - rwr "-- r. v i vn.. .--...-., -., t. Ti ' o - ,--. ..., . J :i T tv o i "' j ! i.r, "h i Ci f ,.,!, , v. , ,)t je , u .