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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

, miv"&Wt$ms mmgr." 'rWv fiZp ' - m'Wfim ""'' T3$f PWI .UMiE VnBHHItl . . i. I laWII II I I I T - TWTT "IT 'w v -f x- ii-vrvqry? "-. V ' i-iV -fctlk. WdNu K 61 t t! H fr ttV Ji!l " I M fc$ ? ji.ii :a;i H a t ! faE DAILY DEMOCRAT kdw.S. Htrttr Frad W. Csyer Editors tni Mansgirt. Xs H. Da LA Oovtvr, Mir. AdTsrtlilnt Dept THE AKRON DKUOOIIAT OOUPANT orjxca Stmocrtt Block, Not. W nd Mr itelnit. juona diitajcob rnoaf ISO. orrxcxu Ano piacxoxt. President ,..jAi y. Wlsh VK-PrMldni, . .A . Paiox Becreuxr . , ,, .. ,..JTjuid W, oatxk TreMurvr,.. ....wiluu T. Sawtck Kbw, (9. IlAiTin ... Jh o. MoMavasa KB. H. 1)B IUA Oooatt. InUr4 t the Postofflm at Akron, Ohio, m 8moo4-C1au Madl UAtUr. Delivered TCrerr JETftalai by Cexrler Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK ByUAllU) . SLSforBlx Jlonthi Offi&UI f pr erf iht City o! Alum TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 1(0. TUJJ8DAY, DJ5CEMHEB 10 WORSE JIMN CLEVELAND'S PLAN. The pnulo In tUo New York branch of tho McKlnley Administration, coming as it did at tho ver...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

'pr "XIJcHSST' FW tp.xmff ir r .-.-, Jo.-,-.,-- cVflwun' 'j 7 '77'iix,'""'',"r"',i'5r I Pianos I For iXmas. Comp with your monoy and soo what you can do. Fino Pianos, now and clean, $105 to $800. Only complete stock of Uprights and Grands in the city. Threo second-hand Pianos cheap. Monoy talks. Latest improved Piano Player. WALSH BLOCK, Wlaln Street. EK5HEHI Wo believe in policy in all things, and when wo say that wo will givo you our profit rather than to carry our goods from ouo season to another wo mean to do just as wo say. Our fall season is virtually over, and our next effort is to clear tho tables. Our woolens aro all this sea son's styles. Our stock consists of the best makes of foreign and domestic goods. Qivo us a call and wo will savo you money. Tho Tailor, I7E5 S. Howard at. Christmas and New Years Excursion tickots via Erie R. It., Deo. 23. 21. 25. BO. 81 and Jan. 1. Rood returning until Jan. 2. Got tickets nnn all Information of w. E. Langdon, tlokot agent. No. 18 wil...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

PMfift$? - ' ' "ifr'"- "r r ''.'-;,,ftJ ' ,., ..!? s,v It 6 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19 wm,&w,t$ fe! Sr- vK l m K L-! is h t GrV Jos. Finch's Golden Wedding. The Banner Liquor House Cor. Main and Exchange Sts. Is tho place whore you always find tlio largest stock of selected brnncls of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines And nil kinds of Imported goods. WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Is n dollcIouR, wholcBomo whisky. The whisky without a hendnche. Pop Gallon, - $1.95 Honost Quart, - - SOo 19 YEAR OLD BOWEN RYE -SPRING 1880 Nearly old enough to vote, FOR XMAS, THE NICEST PRESENT AND BEST MERRY MAKER. ..CALIFORNIA SELECT WINES.. Per Gal. 90c. WW Per Quart 25c. CA11 packages delivered frcn In tho city mid vicinity, bearing no markR on tho outsldo, Indicating tho contents. The Banner Liquor House Cor. Main and Exchange Sts. NT. VERNON RYE. Santa Claus Will bo delighted with tho mitnygood things to ent lie will find ut tho Clarke Stores New Sweet Oranges, All Kinds Nuts, Candies...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

SKAW twV3 ??'" AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 19 GOLD GOLD The Best Washing Powder. HouseworkIs Hard Work Without it. THE BOER WAR CHIEF GENERAL P1.T JOUBEFtT AND BRILLIANT FEATS AFIELD. HIS Tlirre Hnccraalver Victories Iti (ho Wnr at 1SSI Ho AToltlcd Illii'iilurx Wlille 111. Voo F11 Into TUeui-lIU Jtmartona Kocoril ICopyrlsht. 1500, liy G. I Kilmer. T IS 110 less a surprise to the uninitiated tbat the liters liavo a real i:c:icrnl than that they have n array as well ns tha sub lime audacity to beard the Brit ish lion In the full panoply of his martial pow er. Tho affairs at Lalngsnek and Majuba nil), whero the Brit ish (ell down in 1831, were not military accidents, as tho defeated sldo uotilil have tho world believe. Tho English troops went Into It then expecting to scatter a rabble. They met Cicncral Plet Joubert and his Boer riflemen, who outgeneraled and outf ought them, and the scattering was all on tlioli' own side. Wlso old Gladstono saw after Mnjti ba IIIU that It w...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

m?r$&M Vjflj AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER ID LAUGHTER INNOCENTS SHOES orth o-f 8 ; The Weather Wednesday ' H JOlPl hTA ll 'T31 n fe m tt i A VARIETY of GOOD READ INO for YOUNG and OI.I). liHAUTirUL HOUND HOOKS sultnble for PRESENTS for Sun dny school classes. 'tOYS mndo of METAL, tlio kind thnt don't BllEAK, WOOD EN 'lOYS. ANIMALS Hint TAt,K, Etc. Iluoks .it Gc cncli A.B.C. books, Tom Thumb, Threo Henrs with drum nnd flfo, pretty pots, v. Ith heavy card board covers. Rooks nt 10c each Tho Spelling Beo, Tho Six Swans, Olives Friends, Idttlo Favorites, Circus In Town, A. U. C. Rooks, all stroiiKly bound. RooLu at 12Xc eaoh Mother Goof o Mnlodlus, Our four footed Friends, Llttlo FoIkB World, A.R. C. Nursery Rooks, with hoavy card board covers, llnon binding. Rooks at IGo each Holiday Sports, Sunny Days, Through tho Looking Glass, Just Cliums, etc., all well bound. HookB nt 12o each Cloth bound books, sultablo present for book worms. Audio, Morning In Florence, Itrov. nin...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

pPctBRP rSiVkV"" 'fc' ' Fred Laub's Specials for Thursday, Dec. 21 iiM'O Win. Tondtrlnlnx, Hulk Oyuon y par qt. Turkoy. and H kind. o( l)rtun4 rmillry rcople's Cash Meat Market, ur N. Howard ji. JJaer's Lancaster Alraanaa roi" l&OO till Arrive! it STEINBACHGR'S, VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 209 AKRON. OHIO, WE ONE DAY EVENING. DKC'l'UBKR 20. 1899. HUGE ONE GENT WWvfs AKRON DAIL i DEMOCRAT. QUEER Turn of Affairs In Telephone In junction Case. Decree Turns Up Bearing Solicitor Esgate's Signature. City Would Lose the injunction Case If This Entry Goes On. , Decree Says the Commissioners Have "Ratified" the Franchise. The City of Akron, Complainant) vs. . No. 5023, Order. Central Union Telephone Company. ) This cause came on to bo heard upon the pleadings, tho testi mony and tho affidavits ; and tho Court, being advisqd in tho pro mises, finds. That tho ordinance November 11, 1808, agreeing with company as to its mode of use of ways of said city, IS A VALID AND SUBSISTING ORDINANCE That tho...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

'PiWpyviiiiijSij j- -mrrvtr4,:w f.ia," r . " 7vfFwr AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 0 LAWTON DIED I3KAVEIY Killed Laughing at Warnings of Danger. FELL INTO AMIS OF AS OFFICER. ItU Ilody Caarled Into San Mnteo, After tho riace Unl Taken Soldiers Monrned IIU Loss Tho President and Secretax noot Kipress Sorrow, Washington, Dec. 20. Tho war de partment received tlio following official confirmation of tho killing of General law ton near San Uatco, Luzon: "Manila, Deo. 20. General Lawton, encaged in driving insurgents from San Mateo section of country, northeast ot Manila, killed Instantly at 0:30 Tester day morning, A great loss to us and his country. Otis." Manila, Dec. 20. General Lawton was killed iu tbo attack on Ban Matro. Gonertl Uiwton was walking along the firing lino within 300 yards ot a small sharpshooters' trench, conspicu ous In tho big wlilto helmet ho always woro and a light yellow ralu coat. Ho was also oaslly distinguishable bocauso of his commanding stature. T...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

JflK 'jfl ttiwiJ' nrWPt" w WV, AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. "WEDNPSDAY DIOEMBER 20 If 1 MEXICAN boundary: VEAR3 OF TROUBLE OVER THE UN CERTAIN DIVIDING LINE. DlfllonltleH of Survrrlnor Through n tleiert SnpplleB J1r lilnna nnd In dlnna Treuoherom raaclnatlon of a Allrnflre. Special Correspondence Saw Dmao, Cnl., Dec. 13. A fow tnlles to tlio south of this city Is tbo lleepy llttlo Mexican town of Tla Junna, which, being Interpreted, menus In English Aunt Jnnc. Iicre are a few stores, n custom house, n church nnd 00 or 300 houses. Then, too, there Is a 'placa where an occasional bull light Is held and where on feast days the populaco holds Its national sports. The country Is dry nnd parched, nnd the romantic Mexican, with bis dark" eyes, wades on bis , horse's back through a hundred feet of sand. One of the most Interesting sights bout Tla .Tuaua Is a grnulto monu ment surrounded by nn Iron fence. An MEXICAN BOnSnART M0fUMUiT. Inscription tells tho reader that tho stone marks ' tho boundary...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

K " tWvWiS fr-l' ,trfl tTr.lf jr """5" " fsiSPSKBIH AKItON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Htrttr FrW W. Oyer Editors and Mtnagin. Kl) U.D U. CoomT, Mir. Aarertlilni Dtp't VCHUSHBD BT THE AKItON DKMOCHAT OOMTANV orriosi Democrat Block, Not. 188 ana 117 Main It. jxnn msTAMoa moss 160. OrriOIKA AMD D1BBOTOBS. PrMtdtnt .,-....... JAMI V. WELSH Vlc-l"rildenl. .....,, ... .A. T. l'Aiai Hecrelary ,. MrD W. Uatxk Treasurer.,... .. ..William t. Bawykii Eovr. u. llAnTix. ...,. J no. MoNaiiaca Ed. H.liBLAOonaT. Entered at the Poatomoe at Akron. Ohio, ni Second.Ciaaa Mall Matter. Deltvered Every Evenlnf by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK ByMalllJJO - II X lor Blx Montlia Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMHEU 20 AccoitniNU tn tho Administration papors tlio Filipino army 1ms dwln tiled to about four or flvo men. Isn't it strange Hint those straggling rem nants of n lott causo should bo ublo to got near onotig...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

sjdw Tvwi,y'fcVi $fZnf&viVr ns '"T 'SifSBiWi'vTY'Wr ' tnri9 - AKRON DAILY DEMOORAT. "WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 M. O'NEILA CO. How to Polish and Dress Shoes monstratlon Free In Shoe Department, Main floor Til a magic something by which Mr. Robert II. Foerdoror changes n yonng goat's-skin Into Vlcl-KId in his secret. Any ottaor tanner in the world would gladly givo a fortuno to know this socrot. It won't be sold. There can be no VIC! KID f(VICfll5 f That is not of Mr. Foerderer's tannage whole shoo wearing world will soon bo the oaalest, handsomest, most lasting of line shoe leathers. For a short tlmo wo aro making a special ellort to get the merits of this leather before tho people of Akron. At tho same time we shall havo a ladles' maid In our Btore to tc&oh the ladles and children how to keep their shoes looking like new, till too worn lo wear. There Is no charge Viol DrosaineandVlol Follota woro made by Mr. Kobert H. Foerderer, to place with wearers of his shoes, a preservative...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

wji ui jam.k. .J ff'flj-.'hcr:, . :tz zptzzj . " j .' .' ' .. . '. '. i p Pl r ? -a . ty -i -wwrwr --).wjv-. VNl , wii,Mr7w.'j7. yam rar ; rw-ir ' r V1 ' -" r "7"""""--T' tV.VW"" - " -r- 'rVfn, o;wtv- - y t& tMirnsxt r." " ' " ' J ; KTO n flf iTV S5-f"r lOlgTTT Xda .'- f 'BJJWH ' ,t '? Hfc.ricw T:aT .rea iffiw lid. jm. u-it. .ff 3 !- " itis. iw-m-- .j-u-i 1 m. i -" - in - rr-Tih ! - -- . iin..- it- -i-imi rtTH Mirr wiit t n iHiiiiu t-s - t i i n ww i - . . k. i fcsm .... . . .- - : lj ' "T i"rr"r"""," - ' . ' . . ,.,:.,. ',--' . "' l ' '-' " v'V"' ' 'v- - a -- -wjji(fifi'Wv''''"' i 3W HiF1 y rjr w'vi w wipf r -.; n-i i i ri -rTncn 'VrrrT .7 r Ni-nm rT-"1" r.-.-i. , -..., , , , . . . w B' ! ' ,..,,.-- .T , -,... ,-vT.7... ,..,. .RfK... ,,.. migW -, TffiWglW . " - - v w " r - G AKRON DAILY DEMOOltAT. "WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 THE WftONOr END. Maud tfUlonglibjr wan on tho oroof thrift Important em hi n woman's Hfo mar rlago. And certainly few of her eexln tho anmo position had fairer ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

WT?5pp57JRTO?(flTi WWHiYX Sijoes mp- 'i'vn'jgffiaffi' """'' rP"" "i" rvh-r-ywfnhtmfftf tuff' "wnf-iwil" Yinrv-n AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20 'HUMAN BllAIN CELLS. THEY REFUSE TO WORK UNDER TOO HIGH A PRESSURE. Pnt on Too Mneh Steam nnd Thr Mlttnte OrstanliimM Clo on Strike. vixT Men Oo Crttir or neeome Ali sentmlnded. Keeping p.ico with scientific thought anil progress certain problemi nlilcli In tho past liavo been shelved for want t light being thrown upon them have hcen taken up again one by una to un dergo further' examination by tho nld sf Improved science. Tho newest revelation In this direc tion tends to the science of tho mind and Includes tho following problems: Why docs a man net tiueerly when be Is Intoxicated? Why Is n man nbsentmludcd 03 oc casions? Why does a mnn sometimes becomo violently Insane, often a dangerous, raving lunatic? Such questions ns these have puzxlcd our Immediate fatheis, who have hard ly ever satisfactorily explained them away or Inde...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 December 1899

wEfrSfc&SS! .'v.'."r"7i"l.3.iTEi Trw; AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 150 H A VtC&K&fiJ y -jrviiF : The Weather Thursday Fair. :; Perfumery, Atomizers -AND- Sterling Silver Novelties Jitht to keen your memory flesh unci probnbly tho article you de sire to Rive tor a jnris-inns prun out, wo cull your attontinn to our lino of Porfumory, Atomizers mid Sterling Silver Novoltlos. At lOo a liottlo Garwood's per fumory "Vlolot," put up In neat little boxes. Good quality. At 20c, 2.-c n bottle AVlifto Itoso and Vlolot, Jlluo Lilies, llollo trono, all put up In fancy bottles and fancy boxes, At40 and 7l)o a bottle Oar wood's best Vlolot l'orfuino, put up in a largo fancy bottle In a beautiful box. At !loc and W)c an ounco Per fumery In bulk only tbo best quality any brnnd you wish. ATOMIZIJIIS. At 2uc oacb A neat Atoml7or lndllforcnt colors, sovoral dllior cnt patterns. At TOo to fl.no each Wo bavo a big variety In tlioso prlcos all colors. All dllleront slos. Storllng S...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

' Shot Guns.Rlfles, Shot, Powder, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, Fishing: Tackle, everything in Sporting Goods at Lowest Prices. GEO. SCALES & SON, 328 South Main St. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. RoseDudCreani Tit tt-t remedy Hr til ronch jeii ol :ln iJa. itucolitHtral ttllet reiulxlte. MY tot It O. B. Hnrpor A Oo'n Drutj (Stora. ( L i i i tp f t K ! VI i VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 210 AKRON. OHIO, TIIUR DAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21. 1899. BUCHTEL IN RUINS. But a New College Will Rise From Its Ashes. .Main Building Was Totally Destroyed In a Few Hours. City Department Was Entirely InadequateThe Fire Raged Unchecked. Prominent Citizens Met Thursday and Pledged Support Studies Will be Resumed. Buohtel collego ig In ruins com pletely destroyed by flro. The Ions la estimated at from 1125,000 to $150,000, Insurance, t65,000. Tbe flro broke, out at 5:15 p.m. When the alarm was given many or the Btudents wero In the dining room, which la located In ttio base ment. Tho preparatory faoulty was holding a ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

a?.BH'E ,.vrfc? ?sMvisyr r i wfw-'iw(" V'" mmiain nim..7.'' ' ""' W vWflso "1-41,., m.J- ,A-W!,JllTlgWI AMION DAILY DJiHOORATTHUESDAY. DECEMBERS! rJ m yt t i l' Taken, to Manila ant Placed In a Vault. CNITEBS1L BORROW IN TlIE CITT. Had Gnat Popularity In All Hanks. Cam-landed Helped and Confidence ol Natives In Marked , Desrea Thirteen Americans Wounded. BRUMBY'S BODY AT REST. FtopU of Oeorsia 6ho ed HU Jferaorj Qreatlfonorjat the Vunerul. Jlilllarj fcicorl. Atlanta, Deo. 4l. The remains of Lieutenant T, M. Brumby, Admiral Dewoy ' flag officer, wero laid to rest In the soil of bis Dative stato. Tho funeral was under the direction of the military and tho service of the Eplscopil church was conducted by Bishop 0. K. Nelson. The body of tho dead offlcor lay in stato At the capltol several hours. Lien tAnrinfc Ctaliiwpll. thn renreficntatlvo of Admiral Dowoy, placing on tho casket the magnificent sword presented to Brumbr br the neonlo of Georgia los, than two months ago. Among tho mass...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

V t If B Anton's Citizens Have Share. Their Burdens of life are many. J3omo people have more than their Pretty-hard to bear the burdons of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miserable. Learn tho cause and remove the burdon. Most backaches pains come from sick kidneys. Must cure tho kidneys to cure the back. Doan's Kidney Fills will do it. Lots of Akron proof that this Is so. Bead what a oftlzen says: Mr. Peter Gauthler, of 205 Living ston street, stone outter, says : "An acquaintance told mo about Doan's Kidney Pills, and I Went to Lam parter A Co.'s drug store on Bouth Howard gtroet and procured them. I had a great deal of pain In my side and when bending over as is necessary at my work, the aching was most distressing. My kidneys were not aotlvo, a feeling of weari ness weighed me down and the kid ney secretions wero thick and turbid. 'Doan's Kidney Pills removed tho nohlngand In a short time rendered the kidney secretions normal. I was Invigorated in other ways by tho uso o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

"WttBMESWM w AIUION DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21 A! 1- A1 4 b THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Eiw. S. Hartsr Frti W. Bayer Editors and Muitssra. ii i .in iimbc Xd H. Dm La Oopbt, Mir. AdrtrtUUif WSIUBBD BT THB AXBOK DEMOCRAT OOMl.NY oinn Democrat Block, Not. US Bad IIT lUln IU ZXHO DISTAKGB rHOBB IB). OTflOBBS AX9 SIBBOTOBS. president ., - ...JimiY, Wbiiii Becrturr ,,, " W. OATBn Truarr. ..., .WIU.IAB T. Hawtbr XDW. B. IlABTBBtv.-JHO. MCNAHABA SO. II. Db Li Ooobt. Entered at the Poatofllee Bt Akron. Ohio, at BMond-Ola Mail U.tur. Deltrered Xrerr Evening by terrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK Bjr Mall 11-0 . - . liJeforBlx Month! Official Paper of tht City ol Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 110. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21. A COSTLY SACRIFICE. Buchtel college, one of tho few publlo buildings of which Akron hnd reason'to boast, lies In ruins today as a monument to the unthrifty and parsimonious spirit that has gov erned the city's expenditures for flro protection. Here was a venerable Institut...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

6ijt 'EevtasSS,i AKRON DAILY DBMOORAJT. THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 BOSTON TORE v $1 Buys the best Kid Gloves in the Country Grand Opening of Santa Claus Has Arrived TT I9 J Goods Buys the Demorest Sew ing Machine. Guar anteed 10 Years Ho will malco his Headquarters with us and has delivered his entiro Caravan at our Store ; altogether the greatest and grandest collection of Xmas Novelties ovor shown in the Boston Store. Christmas time here this year will bo far more than it over was before. With this fact assured we have every confidence that our little friends and big ones will be satisfied. Everything in this exquisite dis play you'll find, at the smallest possible prices, something to just fit your purse, no matter what the size. Hero's a generous list of Christmas gifts, one that is worth preserving : Dolls! Dolls!! Such an array of Dolls. What child doeBon't want a Doll for Christ mas? Whero's the little one that don't deservo a doll! Here's plenty for all. Undressed kid body Dolls, ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

ffizehjfazx&&!& AJrTpjrr AKHON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 l: 3u NT J . I i' Wi. t iTu GOLD Sjp&rkllmg GSass Wssire. Cut glass, or any kind of glass ware, window panels and mirrors will sparkle if you use Gold Dust. It does the .work your muscle has to do when you use soap. Bind for fntt bookUt - Mnol1n RqIm for novitworlr." TAB N.K. PAIRBINK COMPANY CSkio El. Loci i Ken Ycrk Doiton p e-e-o o-o-a-o-e o-o -o o o a O O O O G-0 O O O-O O 9-0 S-O-O tj Banded 8 Murderers. racp ss O O (3 0 O-O 9 O O-O OOOO O-O 009908000QIIOS09 iOOSS o-o-o ooooo - O-O O - O Mold Magulrelsm In the anthracite patch nenr hheiinniloali, li w ri'inltid In conl rcrlons of Pennsylvania lias been ' llunwlpjt romh light upon the innlio.ls of dead luco 1870. but la IK stead 1ms been ll",,!''"" oml "" I'roprcriokns faction. I, . . i ii 11- - n. a. Hie Inter ire iippan'iilly the Ktii'iiit"r mplanfl from the otlr side of the At- fn(,on of ,h(, tw)' ni, nt wi'Ilnm I'enn Inntle on orwinuntlon whi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

ywfr?3TOST; 3S VI M u A'llItON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THUBSDAY. DECEMBER 21 SW3 "FARMERS Hustling To Ralso Tax Money Only Child Dciid. Inla.ni, Dee. 10. The Evangel leal nnd the United Evangelical churches nia making arrangements for Christmas entertainments. John Foltz, Glint. Gougler nnd Monroe Gougler are having timber sawed preparatory to erecting now wind mills on their farms. Miss Sarah Beam has boon on the sick list. Sho.lt Improving. Johnnie Koontz died Sunday night. Mrs. John Stake has been very sick the past few days. Frank Carman's burled thoir only child last week. Glint. Fasnacht has, removed to tho Isaac Cramer farm near Myers vllle. ltepresentatlves of the American Book Company and of Qinn & Co. were here last week making an ef fort to get their text books Into tho new High" school., Alpheus Schrantz has a Jol of brick laying nt JJotzum. Tho Inland Dramatic club will Slay "Tho Girl from Klondike" at r. O. V. M. hall Deo. 80. The Greentown elevator Is taking In considerab...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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