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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 December 1899

'" -ii,-pT w TV"yyy', v npro- , j ,,"j,Ty5f v vir;r JEjrt g.jM ." itsRrJT.wivr TW PV' 5w fe AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21 iM-'t , ii A PAIR OK OUR YT7 11 ' m jw , want- r r .t v Over $3.50 OR Strong ft GARFIELD $5.00 Patent Leather Shoes WOULD MAKE n Excellent Xmas Gift for a Gentleman. Sco our $1.25, S1.G0 and $2 lino of Slippers. Thoy cannot bo duplicated at theso prices in tho city. 117 ' v K C. WILDES, lift East Mill St. Under Akron Savings Hank. 7"Opon every evening this week. Last Chance! To got our Thotos made before Xmnn, 207 E. Market Street. Tho "Hownrd" Livery, Boarding Feed and Sale Stable, Oor IVllpl nrtci Hlnh Sta. FIRST-CLASS SERVICE In Every Respect Phone 3f2. E. W. Cubblson, Prop. Which Wouy You Prefer? To bo without n emit In vuu pooket and go without many nt ilm comfortBof llfo, or to hne money nnd got the comfotts and boiiiu of the luxuries? WHICH WOULD YOU? Wo liavo money nnd It will bn- como yours If you hove any (trcurl- uca iu uiier Wo loan It f...

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. — 22 December 1899

&stof I , User's Lancaster Almanac for IOOO His Arrived at STEINBACHER'S, . 104 K. Mnrkot Jt. AKRON D AILYJ DEMOCRAT. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 211 Fred Laub's Specials for Saturday, Dec. 23 Hpnro Hum, Trmkrliiloi, Hulk Oriters j Ik f (jt. Ttirkcyi mul all fclnrlh of brewed I'uultrv l'eopli's Cash Meat Market, WH. Howard St. SOMEBODY Will Always Knock AKRON. OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22.1899 Ml mm ii ii m !! m i iTiian -' i'"1 -n rrnrrir - - . r.gnjvwtfijwmjgwqrmiwvi;wguttuiuuvjunjtw ff Against a Rising and Successful Man, Said Gen. Dick, In Defense of Col. Roosevelt. President McKinley Will Renominated. be Akron Congressman Home For thb 1 Holidays. Gen. Chas. F. Dlok returned home from Washington, D. O., nt noon Thursday. In the afternoon he went to Canton and Itavenna, and again returned to Aferou Thursday even log. He will remain In Akron until January 2, when ho will return to Washington to be present at the re oponlng of Congress, January 8. "I will enjoy the holiday soason...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

- i V, C' " in-V --. vv4 f " ?! ,1, f AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. -FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 I , . r IK P ; M 11 The Standard Hardware Co. Useful Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices Fine Carving: Sets, Knives and Forks, Manicure Sets, Cutlery of All Kinds, Self Basting; Roasters, Skates, Fire Irons, Heating: Stoves and Ranges, wasning macnines rocFaaaen exercisers, The Standard Hardware Co. 1 IM( Co. Howard ana Hill Sts. ran 1 FRESH COUNTRY SAUSAGE ! S At 8c per lb. ! : turkeys : DUOKS : ocese : chickens t OYSTERS : : Roast Bof) S And nil kinds of choice meat. jos. babel! : Phone 139 : : 190 S. Howard st., cor. Mill tfcAll telophono ordorsj promptly doll vorod. -I Santa Clans Will bo dolightod wjth tho many good things to cat ho will find at tho Clarke Stores New Sweet Oranges, All Kinds Nuts, Candles, Fruits, Figs, Bates, Full Line of Poultry. Wo nro soiling this weok Intent A FlOW .-Mono Mill " iW" $1.05 Clinton Flour, M tt Gilt Edge Flour, JMUU deans Hcstqorn 25c 10 Jiars Ark Soap 25c 10 lb. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

JE'-Mr - ' t if " nfflp I T AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 ii i ' ' fi THEY MEET As Strangers Now. Coldness Between Simms and Curley Supples. The Akron Man Makes . . "a Statement. . Charley Goff Won Out In Short Order. Put Thorns to Sleep Local Sport' ing News. - Tbore is coldness between Slmms and his former sparring partner, Curloy Supples. Supples claims Mint Slmms has forgotten tho assistance he first gave him when ho came to Cloveland. He charges ibis up, however, to George Touhey, Slmms' miniger. Jack King, who trained Art for tho bout with White, has a kick comlng. He says Touhey Ignored him the night ot the contest. Had he boon In Slmms' corner, he says, tho Akron man would have won In the eighth round. Slmms and his friends toll. a differ ent story. They claim that Supples gave Art the double-cioss. At Mas Billon be posted Lavlgn on Slmms' style of fighting. They say this is only a sample of his tricks. King, it Is claimed, paid no attention to Art. Instead of doi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

"'V ' " rf K WBH5'-,JJ f tti "r$ "pi r-; AlUtON DAILY DJSMUUILAT. ItfilDAY. DECEMBER 22 "V"-"? i tw ..3 M 1ST t t k ! WKi R I? l I A 'l tJ"-A i THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Htrlsr Frrt W. fliyif EdHers and Mantgtn. So H. Di I.A Ooot, Mtr. Aarsrtuloi Dpt ii ' rtnuisnanaT TUB AKRON DBMOORA.T OOMrAHY orritm Xtomocret Blook, No.. U and 1ST Utln it. L03O OlSTAIf ok r&oita ito. umiu aits miionii. FrtiKKnt ., i Jamm V.Wiun vic-lreildinl.,....A. T. Paius H0retnr ..,..,,.n'BBDJV,OATll Traiutr.... .wiu.iam T. bawtxb Kdw. b. IUbti .......... .Jno. UoNaicaba Ed. U. ub ua Oodbt. Xottnd at tba Poitofflo at Akron, Ohio, at BMond-Olut MaU MatMr. Dellvertd Ererr Ersnlnf by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK By Mall SIM 11-ttlorElx Month! Official Paper of tha Clfy of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 1M. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. "RATIFYING" A CRAB. The result of the suit brought by the city, at the request of the Cltl zans' Committee o! Fifty, to restrain the Central Union Telephone com pany from proc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DUMOOllAT. JLOUDAY. JJiSCKJCUKU 2i N I k ? jjEttCCC-6tt6&- 0 0 0 i it Wagoner & EVlorsh It is not too late to make your Xmas purchases. For a Present You believe in buying something useful. AVllat would bo more appropriate than a pair of nice Dross Bhoes, or comfortable Slip- (ft pets? The Beast; And nowost are to bo had at bur store. Iu making our Sllppor purchases we have remembered the Little folks as well ob tho oldor ones. Como and see tis EVERY PAIR IME:V. m m m Wagoner & Marsh, ias $ iSjaKKssfe-jasssssss Christmas Presents DIAMONDS and PRECIOUS STONES Fine Watches and Clocks Eiegani jeweiry Fine Silverware of every Description Prices the Lowest See ws before you buy Christmas presents. ie5 S. 5j Howard St. Eir3mff! rrartsr; rytcwrir -.r'twr r- iiwii tm -ttx- fwt,o"TW n r r-T,-jc-i rTt-nKx-ir mi-nfi -tf ;?0i"i.; tSiO S-Zi S'ilSlfn!,u? ?TUi-? S-VTJ''S.VZ'JB' "-7-r'jM .- iu fc-sHC'ii BiasiSK3l4K51&Zt4S!lsa?lSSai!SiIS323ISg3!Sai!SSal i tn "i am a ct st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

BESS..'.' & ''Bffji !-, ., 4 ...-K4.mUlJI ciTwr irs: (WVWIlVi pp i',V''A:' rvw'i AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FBIDAJ. DECEMBER 22 MWIiWH IJxWfMaWMIIWltllltxULnKMg I J B" FOR SALE. FOKSALnOtt hXCUANQK-Sovennere tructifarm ncnr Akron, with good house. Fiveloti.Korth llill.nt $120 each. If sold quick. New 8 room house near fwroment nnd street cftrs.nlmrpMn ntll,irQ New o room house York st.f nearly new, for $1,000, . Money to loan nt lowest rnlw of Interest. C. II. JOXhB. Tel. WSfl. For Sale0n Easy Terms. The moat elegant mburbnn homo In Hum salt count ; large homo of & rooms, haul wood finish, pood cellar, heater, j;ood Imrii, Mxncres of Intnl. Htreet cars pass door. Thlt propertj Is bewind question the flntst rropertvon the inurkct. Will well for less ban cost of IntUiling. A bargain, TJI03. U C1IIL.UH Attorney. Walsh Block. X hiue $1,500 to loan on Improved propcrt kt 6 per cent. Itoom Xo, 31, Akron Havings Ulock. MONEY TO LOAN. TOIOAN synalnsums to "& borrower. J.I BacMel,lH.H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

vmWlmF!1' ii HIMWifi'aiiili ril HIBBESn AKRON DAILY JPBMOQRAT. ERlPAY DECEMBER 22 HESSSTOffl BESIEGED BOLD ODf. Favorable News' From Lady smith, TROOPS ANXIOUS TO FIGHT. Sown Raid to Fe Well Supplied With Food and Ammunition1 Uuller's Cava Bltj 1.1st at Colenio Sboircd 140 Hilled, 70 Wounded, 237 Mlsslnc; and 1'rlsoners. London, Deo. 22. Tho Dally Mall paid: "Wo understand that nows has ar rived from General White to tho effect that Ladysmlth is woll supplied with food and ammunition and can hold oat much longer than has beon estimated. Tho troops' are descfibod as in good spirits and anxious to fight.'' General Bailor's casualty list at Co lenso, just published, shows that' 140 were, killed and r740 wounded. Two hundred and twenty-seven aro described as missing, and of these about 40 are knowtt to bo prisoners in the hands or UAJOH GENERAL AJtTltUn FITZROI IIJUtT. One of Culler's, brigade comnmnd.rs J the Boers. Thfs makes a total larKei than Goneral Bailer's original estimate. Roy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 December 1899

,'AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Fftl'tfAY. DECEMBER 22 wwwp iaiwBW.WP1 WWlSM.1. I . g ' I f t' i ; fcte The Weather Saturday Fnlr. We don't carry HOLI DAY GOODS all the year, and as we have a Big Stock of some lines we put Special Prices on them for SATURDAY. Look At Our Prices On Pictures, They are away DOWN. LAMPS, with or without globes to mutch, uxtra Rood quality. Wo have determined to oloso thorn out if prices will il it. At $1.00 a Pair Ladles' Kid Gloves in nil shades; the best valuo wo know of in thn country; nllBlzcs; "guaranteed." ' At $1.50 a Pair A higher grade Kid Glovo in extra good quality; nil bIzoh, all shades, clasp or lncelng. At T5c a Pair A real good Kid Glovo, but not guaranteed, In browns and tans; clasp only. Handkerchiefs. Anything you can think of In the Ilnndkiirohlof line; all sorts and sizes, nt lowest prices. Toys and Books. Our stock Is well cleaned up, but wo still buvo n good vnrloty of Metal Toys, Wood Toys, Hhoop, Cows, Klephnmts, eta. l'ieturo Hooks, goo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

," Shot Guns, Rifles, Shot, Powder, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, llshlujf TacKle, eTerjrlhliifr in Sporting Goods at Lowest Prices. SEO. S. DALES & SON, 228 South Main St. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. RoscBudCream T be.t remedy for ill reort niKllbtilli. itl.itllehU.l toilet rtqolilte. Aulorlt HarporliOo'ii rue tstoro. 4 If-AM-i VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 212 ANNEXATION. I Entire Plat Taken In. Adds 6,000 People to City's Population. Almost 3,000 Acres of New Territory. Sixty Days Before Plats Can be Recorded, Motion Was Carried by Unanimous Vote Friday, The Annexation is settled. Late Friday afternoon the County Commissioners decided ip annex all the territory outlined in the petition. It was 4:SO o'clock when Commis sioner E.'L. Fllllus moved that the entire plat be added to the city. It was seconded by Mr. Moore and the moasuro went through unanimously. Considerable time, previous to the final yote was spent quibbling over a division of the territory. This could not be adjusted and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

-v AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23 f I 1 li. l I, ft i I I a" il s I' "J L HOfflrSHAPW DEATH. Exclaimed That Heaven Was Opening For Him. BUD GOD WiS CALLING Ilia. Uftda Son and Sfin-In-Law Froralaa to Krep Up till Sohoolt, to Which Tlirj Atreed Itointsa Attributed to Waak. slog of Jlaart. M East Noktiitield, Mass., Deo. 23. Dwight L. Moody, tha evangelist whoso famo wai worldwide, died at hit homo hero. His faintly wero gathered nt his bedsido and the dyiug man's last mo ments were spent In comforting them. It was not oipocted until Thursday by tho members of Mr. Moody's family and Immediate clrclo of friends that death would bo tho result of his iliucss. The cause of death mi a gouoral break" lug down, due to overwork. Mr. Moody's heart had been woak for a long tlmo, and exertions put forth In connec tion with meetings iu tho watt last month brought on a relapse from which ho failed to rally. Tho evangelist broke down In Kansas City, where he was holding services about ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 THE FORAY OF THE HFIWKIK KRfcJNMt MACKENZIE . JIAVUE (KHARF EUVAS) ihck: f A 1AL A TALE A Pn.VESOIlIPT. Out of the gray emptiness of the Baltic thq elow, sullen waves were rolling, thudding on the sands of tha little roclc ringed ha; with monoto nous, rhythmic (all., The horizon was an uncertain merge of sea and sky, unbroken by a single sail. The swish o( tbi lagging bieakcr mnde a never ending drone, swallowing all lesser sounds into a stlUucss. From out of the deep the mighty swellings march ed upon tbo strand, moving silences of resistless power. But for the sea birds that perked nnd preened their white bosoms upon tha dark rocks the place seemed old, lifeless, desolate. Yet behind ono of the smooth, tide worn bowlders bomcthing moved something that picked and snatched at the pebbles with white, nerveless An gers, clawing at them aimlessly. Be neath the shadow of the rock crouch ed a man, bearded, long haired. In filthy rags, swart with...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

wmiw SEi-nsTm WWSBRn suzsmsi nifRTinwippraBqi JVJ' t&ffrTpyy7? mmw TapRgTwae v Aiu A") fwsirt. '"'""V "m5" ri t -y .1, i .! ..-sjfj AT i V! AivKUiN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SaTUKDAY. DECEMBER 23 If:, I? '.'i It- fi ftl ' v l--f THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Esw. t. Htrttr Frts W. Gayer Editors till Managtrs. ' " i Inn. D HOopar, Hir. Advertising Stpt StTBLUBaDBT rtIB AKRON DKMOCHAT OOMFANY orrzoa Democrat Block, Not. IB end ur Main it. XXMtS 9UTAHOB mill ISO. orrioama amd sibbotou. Fresldtnt ...-.. i,.Jaicm V. Tiuh Vloe-Prildnt., A. T. PAlac Secretary tf..n w. Oatib TreMurer.. wiu.xam T. Rawtik EDIT. B. HAKTBB JaO. HONAXABA RD. B. IB LA OOCBT. EaUrtd At the Postoffloa at Aaron, Ohio, a Stoond-Ola.s Mall UHUr, Dellrersd JBv.ry Evening by Oarrl.r Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Br Mall 11X9 - - motor Six Moathi Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. ISO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. A Merry Christmas to all of A-kron's citizens. The Desiocrat'r employes will have nn opportunity to enjoy...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 tf THIRTY-SIX New Members Taken. Annual Meeting North End Athletic Club. Talk of Building Fine Club House. Fitzsimmons Wants Make Match With Ruhlin. New York Clubs Will Give Purse Sporting News. The North End Athletlo club on Friday evening elected the following officers: President, Mllo Williams; vice president, Henry McGucldn; record ing recrotary, ChaB. E. Hibbs; cor responding secretary, Nathan Tuhol- sky; financial secretary, George Blower; treasurer, Win. C. Shultz; Bergeant-at-arms, Christ W. Freude. mann; director, E. J.Mustlll, David W. KeBler, John L. Hongland, John Bulllvan and Christian J. Maurer. The revised constitution was adopted, and 86 new members wero voted into the association. The new members are: Lewis Keelor, Chas, Fielder, Louis 0. Wangelln, Walla D. Young, Chas. Bhoaf, Win. J. Laub, Tlios. F. Glenn, Irvln B. Ben- ner, Henry Dech, Chas. Schultz, Carl TetzlafI, Aaron Pardee, Champ Lilly, Bert Ackerman, John F. Puf fy,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

grirMmff!!l!! V-A'f fc- ,llMi(rrt ia!i "- "---t fc333 BSEffiMSHSB. fW ' TFr "-hlf7(i"'V-:','i l SIJiVS w tfrj t 'V 'J 'rl " vy,"t . jWr, .tf'' 6 AJLRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23 hmvwsmih I- J f 1 ? ft J 1.1 Tl I"? M The Easy Foofl Easy to Buy. Easy to Cook, Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. uaker Oats At all groccjri 'in 2-lb. pkgs. A cordial Invitation li extended to all to CALL AT "The Cottage" For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full line of Domestlo and Im poitod goods. .TONV WALDVOGEL, Proprietor. 709 S. tVlakln ss-fc. Telephone 1511. Don't GO Out of Town la get ticket print til. My s -tMi. of print lllg tfCkutS Without lOM lo tilt) CllitOUHT 1 not excel lltv niiy printer on earth. i.r onnlsupeilnlun f th. entire rvork by tbc proprlotor lilmsolf Is tuo wuy It lsdonont IhUonicc. Ulm mo your next order, large or snrill. 1 Mill guirunUe ntitl.ftctlon. In uthur orils, I will pay tnnh inluev for tld.Hfl E rlntcd at tlit. nmctf wkkli wore not sold ynutnorlzul persons. Job Frlntlne: oeo. O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

mitsr-'- AKKON DAILY DEWOOTIAT. SkUiiDAY DECEMBER I J GOLD The Kithm Sink Should not breed diseases like typhoid fever or malaria. It will not if you use Gold Dust regularly. tad for frc. booklst "Golden Roles for nomtwork " THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Clksfe SI.LocIs NtwVort Battel HER LITTLE BROTHER, My daughter ray eldest daughter fished thr. Massachusetts coast last urotucr. Upon her return we were not In all respects satisfied that her summer trip had been n success. This was a distinct disappointment, felnce I had hop ed that n ctrtalu llstlessnesi with which Ihe hod been affected would quite dlup par. I had enptctcdjthat she would at i-ast catch colt before her return, since It was known to beiepldcmle all along the coast. It tool: In both arms, ond when eho returned wo hoped that she would pas3 regularly through tho stages and nc quire the art and language. But them was something wrong. She was willing to play the game, but did not care about It with the right enthusiasm. I d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 December 1899

nr .v.Tv. r. ' " - ' 'i " "'? vfc . . ....... tggmtmHKtaiilitmtamiitmmaaaamumjmatm -r" 'i7ru-,i w - '.-v-vv "iiv 'i nr "- vm,j - j? v r,w -kywtt 't v . -v -uv,mt OT i"&..-JlT. WTT-gHllf.JJPU 111 l IH I.L P.. 111 Tl r .'I'l 1M1I ,..Ml.Hn.H.H.MMW.YYmi tn ir r i r.-fTTTT r'-'i mmuriiTmiWiismwHiW,--itur0rii-wmniiit!iUMmit itmmiinmnnm Mmi n .m . -ff MaaarSSISSSSSM 11 - ' --'liiiiii 1 7-i.uitfli V lHWyras-.:m M v ' ,-TFF AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 J 1 II B 0 ) I c ! S. x&feu The Weather Sunday Bain. -TO BE- CarricdOver Wo hare put pi ices on tho remainder ot our stock, which is. hound to clean them out. BOOKS, PICTURE BOOKS, TOYS, METAL TOYS, WOOD TOYS, SCREENS, trimmed or nn trimmed; BOLLS, dressed or undressed ; EASELS, PICTURES either HANGING PICTURES or MEDALLIONS, CRACKER JARS, JAPAN VASES, in fact every thing in HOLIDAY GOODS must go TONIGHT. Handkerchiefs Wo have novor hnd such n sen son on Handkerchiefs; we linvo the dainty llttlo handlarolilofs 5c to 11.00...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

'Baer's Lancaster Almanac PorIBOO Bil Arrived it STEINBACHER'S, )OA K. rVlarKo St. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. ma Lauos SpecIaTs Vt Thursday, Dec 28 Bpr Itlba, Ten1trlolni, Balk oum Zjn per it. Turkey, and nil Jclnl of JJrcnod Poultry People's Cain Meat Market, I If H.Howard St. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 214 AKRON. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 26. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT y ft FRIENDS United In Death. Had Been Business As sociaties For Years.' Died Within an Hour of Each Other. A Remarkable Coincidence Marks Their Death. There Will be a Double Funera1 Service Wednesday. Seldom do the lives of two men ran along the same paths and are so Intimately connected as wore those of Samuel Wall nnd Albert W. Barnes. The parallel was continued until death called them from their earthly labors Sunday within a few hours of each other. Both men were born In England and they were boyhood friends. Their early days were spent togeth er and they were separated only when Mr. Barnes came to America. He settled in ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

'W V. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 26 1 v I J (' J It M' ! i J i' ft J h I Fearful Loss, Though Victori ous, at Colcnso. OniTISH DESTROYED THE BRIDGE. Bailer Erldcntly Wanted to Keep the . Dnrgliere at Day A Tloer Commander lleacrtberi: the Frarfal Carnage Aiuonjr British. At Tugela Itlrer. Losdov, Dec. 20. 1:30 a. m. Tho war office is issuing Hits ot farther deaths and wounds as well as accounts of sickness. The most serious report of the last olass Is that horse sickness has broken our in both British -and Boer tamps In Natal A dispatch from Cliioveloy, dated Tuesday. Dec. 19, says: "Tho British naval puns havo de stroyed tho Colcnso foot bridge, thus preventing tho Boors holding any posi tion bouth of tho Tugcln river. Tho enemy are taking up fresh positions on tno eastern side, nearer tho British camp. "The Brltishpositlon at Irero is being strengthened. Tho.Tngela river Is rising stud there is a prospect of heavy rains. "A two-hour bombardment of lady smith lias boon...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DBMOUIIAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 w. H NttTHTO LIKE IT Ever Before Known. A New Catarrh Cure Which Accomplishes Marvelous Results. AIM INTERNAL REMEDY A Pleasant Tasting Tablet; Every Form Rapidly Replacing the Old Methods of Treatment Cures Catarrh of the .Head, Throat, Bronchial Tubes; Ca tarrh of Stomach and Catarrh Wherever Located. A FEW FACTS About the New Catarrh Cure. The new Catatrh Cure ie a new departure la so-called catarrh cures, because It actually cures, and Is not simply a temporary relief. The new Catarrh Cure Is not a salve, ointment, powder nor liquid, but a pleasant tasting tablet con taining the best specillcs for catarrh in a concentrated, convenient form. The old style of catarrh salves and ointments aro greasy, dirty and in convenient at the best; the new pre paration being in tablet form is always clean and convenient. The new Catarrh Cure is suporlor to Catarrh powders because it Is a notorious fact that many Catarrh powders contain cocaine. The ne...

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