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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

E3K 2222HH V "JruTiV ,p. ,. , ,-.v-rTmKmm !i M AKltON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. 'DECEMBER 26 ' v I'M MMM.MMMMM IN h S" 3 U El I ft. IF3 1 ft f r Y: ji THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hirter fni W. Oirtr Editors ud Mtnigin. Bs n. !) La Oodbt, Mgr. AdrutUlnf Dap't rDBUHHID BT THB AKRON DEMOCRAT OOMFAHT. orrioa Democrat Block, Noi. lis and in Vain it. IOIW DIITAKCK FHOH 1M. orrioma ahb munoH. Preildent ., ......Jam V. Welsh Vl09-l'rcniant. . A. T. Piiox Bcrtarr ,,.,,, itmt w. Gaykk Trtftsurcrj...... .. .WJI.liah T. hawtkr KDW. B. IIARTBn...., ....4KO. UONAUAUA Bd. H. Da La Oou-t. KnUred at the Poitofllaa at Akron, Ohio, ai Btconn-Olui Mall Mattar. Dallrerad Erary Evanlng by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK OrMalltlXO ... lljalorBli Month! Official Papor of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, DEOEMBEn 23. Jduoino from the largo number of tickets that are being disposed of for the Jackson Day Banquet to be given by the Akron Demooratlo olub, the banquot will be more p...

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. — 26 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT.. .TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 U 1 Holiday Buying All over yet. Wo find thnt we have n great many good things loft aftor the rush of last week which we are ready to close out Very, ery. Cheap Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Beautiful Styles in Neckwear, -Mufflers, Oxford and English Squares, Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes, Gloyes, Mocha, Kid & Dog Skin As well as hundreds of othor useful articles. wwwmwwMwwwirwimffwmgwjwwffv Invile ?ooutheir Special Sale o-F TRIEVIEVJBZD HATS Walking hats and Tains at great reductions. Muffs to Match Suits Made-to-Order The famous W. & B. Corsets from 50c up. NAoH V 130 S outh A the Akron Dental Yoijdau got bcahtlf Ql teeth that A Bood set? for...... fl .oo nrklRo Worlc WJO to IS on Tho best VI 111 cost...... .. 18.00 Uoia Crowns ... i 13 60 to K 00 Fillings .Z....,. r &0o up Uxtractlug only .. 25o Eighteen years of practical experience- In the dental art. We can rliceriull.vsuarantceperfectworknnl satisfaction. Will .honor an...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

"frHSSP"" rwfMNtitflttimofc Hi -'r XM Wnw?fll "'"'lie, Jif, r-, f & Iff AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 ill EJJVWSJP , i t. I h. P i I 1 : n ftp i jo 4 he Easy Foofl Easy to Buy, Easy to Cook, Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. u a leer Oats At all grocail 'in 2-lb. pkgit. A cordial InTltatton is extended to all to CALL AT "The Cottage" For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full Una of Domtitio and Im ported goods. .TONY WALDVOQEL, Proprietor. 70S S. (Vim In t. Talaphone 1511. -Don't GO Out of Town to got tickets print Ml. My njUcin of print loir ticket! without low to the customer la notwxcolledbynny printer on earth, per sonal lupervlilon of th& entire work by ttio rroprlMof hlmseJf Is the way It lsdonent hlsomco. Give me jour next onlor, largo or small. I will guarnnteo fcatlxrnctloii. In oilier words. I will jmy caili rnluo for tlckoU Erin tod at thin nfllcu which wore not sold y authorized persons. Job Printing OKO. O. JAOKSON Safety Ticket Printer, 105 Plain st. Ercrett Building...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

V I . AKRON DAILY' DEMOCRAT. -TUESDAY. DEOEMTJER 26 J QOLD The Washing Woman's Best Friend. FREE EUEAL MAILtf. IXTENSION OF A DELIVERY SYSTEM UFIGED BY POSTAL AUTHORITIES. Inc-c.ia of the Experimental Itontejn Shown In First Assistant Postmns ter General Uenth's IleportCon Kresa Asked to Proslric Yot Ku larffinir tlic Sen lee. Special Correspondence. WASiuxaioN, Dec. 23. No subject of legislation with which the Fifty-sixth congress will have to do Is likely to at tract more gencinl public Interest than that affecting the aduiliilsttntlou of tho postofllco department. There nro three matters connected with the postal department which are likely to bo the Hubjects of congres jlonal deliberation during this session. ItUnAl CABBIE" DKLIVERIXG.IIAII, IN ZERO WEATHER. - These aro thei further extension and perfection of tho rural free delivery (service, the establishment of a parcel post sjstem and the correction of abuses in tho latcs on becond class matter. Tho success which has thus fa...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 December 1899

-" ',w'f - "r-fihnli i III llll MMMMiiiiMiBrnMinMiiii i '--'- --- - ' rr " T ; -"-Kjinni muu j - mmrvmnmiinaip wwwwmwwiwiiii)n)rimDi Wffll'k',,wl,tll'BllP ' LV"" iii in " iMjniwnppmrniiii -tlMHsMI1. ...STrf, ' " " m"-i ' ' g mmnmm nmT.YniiinHHHHfIIAn',77miBIW4?l ,..iW.-WWTlf-Y?l HtfBW J'x 4 'IJ IUIIB ,-t.f--ii"- i"w,F.V' ; ,!rli",5Z,'"- " '4 V ' J ' l ""- i WJST'fljJW1' TnT'y ,v " v 'r, 8 AK.RON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY; DECEMBER 26 r . . 7 -. m w -f -'' -' .. . , r. li :-; it ft 4 ft - j i t$&3& The Weather Wednesday Cold. ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF Holiday Goods Left. We have them on the COUNTERS at COST PRICE. "Vo have some beautiful lamps .with largo shados at $3.50 to $6.00 each. Do you want some good reading matter chooi?Vo hnvo some vory nlco woll bound books wo aro closing out. A few storllng silver novoltles are loft. You can pick tbem out at cost price now. TIiIb cold weather makes you think of blankets. Wo havo a good stock from 45c to $6 a pair. Are you well clad In U...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

TW I Shot Guns,Rifles, Shot, Powder, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, Fishing- Tackle, everything In Srortlng Goods .it Lowest Prices. GEO. S. DALES & SON, 228 South Main St. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT RoseBudCream Th UitTtmitT In el) ro.rh nuioltketkli. it lutUfiUtl toilet reioliltt. AikJorlt O. SB. HMrpor&Oo'a DruslStoro. mmh ufrwlf VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 215 THERE Will be Lively Times When Roberts and Kitchener Arrive. Methuen Reports Boer Force Increasing. Boers Are Entrenched - Methuen's Camp. Near No Chango In South Situation. African London, Deo. 27. (Spl.) Tho War office has recelyed a dispatch from Cape Town, dated December 28, say' ing that there Is no change In the South African situation. Gcner.il Methuen reports that tho enemy's force has Increased and Is engaged In entrenching three and one half miles from his outlying pickets, Methuen reoonnolterod with tv o squads of mounted infantry f 01 two miles along tho lino and drew tin fire of four guns, Only four horse were hur...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

'$-vwm ' .,gs?.. wiSPS7wmJ!T5&T AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. v WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 bv.' I I' II w 1 i'H I M .fi ' G ia I-'5 11 DEAD ill 20. That Many Bodies Recovered From Braznell Mine. OSE OX' THEM UNIDENTIFIED. tailored Tliul Number, With 17 Ilea, cued Alive, Accounted For All the Miners at Work During nipleslon, Near Ilroifnsvlllc, To, BnowNSVlux, Pa., Doc. 27.- a txHljcs of 20 victims of tho Ernznoll lutuo czplonion wore recovered. It is believed tlicro aro uo morp bodies In the mice, as the 17 men rescued aud tlio 20 bodies recovered account for tlio !I0 or 87 mon who were m tho mlue at tho tlmo of the explosion. Aside from tho loss of life, the prop erty loss will amount to $20,000, The turvlviuK minors will bu without em ployment for at least a month while re pairs nro being mado. -Inspectors Bllclt nnd Ijuttit wcro making an Investigation of tho cause of tho accident aud the result will bo sub mitted to the coroner. Of the 20 dead taken out all but ono havo boon Identified, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 27 IX THE FORAY OF THE HEMM IRANK 'MACKENZIE l(hi HARF.EJJVA'ft Jt-t A. TALE S onAriEn in. CONTRABAND Or WAIL A glassy sheen lay upon tlio faco of She waters, dimmed and shivered now ind agntn by little catspaws off the and. The whlto wings of the Ilcndrlk Hudson wcro spread, but'ns often as lot flapped Idly against, tho mast when the breeze died, roso and died agaln.J uver uie narrows or mo souna lay a laze, simmering In tho April sun. The irhlte cottages of Vaedbelc'and other ongshore villages nestled Into the rroen of the beech woods, obowlug ipotlessly against the glare. It was a (crfect day In a perfect Scandinavian iprlng. Barr rolled, stretched himself and llien sank luxuriously back Into his air among the cushions. Ills face ex pressed a beatitude of content. Ills tlgsr smoke encircled him like a lus cious halo. Ills yawn concentrated In to Its expanstveness tho languorous de Ights of soven days of uninterrupted Idleness. Ho blinked ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

W- SBP!!fflwTFr AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, '"WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899 - i i ! , i I ft fe I ' ' Ml , I PtSI ' HA m n 1 IE I P.' .,t , V 1 ; ii THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. 8. Ilnrltr Fnd W. Gijr Editors ind Mtntgin. Ed H. D LA Cooxt, Mir, AdT.rtlalng D.pt n7HLRVD BT THE AKHON DKMOOIU.T OOMPANY ornoi DtDMnt Blook, Hon. 19 na UT Main t. lono BiiTAflca rnonn 1W orrirau axd sibiotom. Prelta.nt .,m-Jaki V. Wtn "t"-""'"'"' i A. T. PAlai Heoremry ... "" W. Oatxb Treurer. ..... .wiij.iaji T, Hawtxb KDW. B. 1ITII1.....JH0. MONAUAEA KD. U. I). I OODMT. XnUrxt -t th Poitofflo. Akron, Ohio, m Becond-Clau Mt.ll U.tur. D.ltTr.d rerr Er.nlnj bj OArrter Bo 6 CENTS A WEEK Br Mall ll& ... 19 for Blx Month! Official Paper of flit City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEIl 27. Tun Fourth ward lost n sturdy citizen today In tho death of Coun cilman Frank H. Thompson. Vory few pooplo know that the Council man was ill until hearing ot his death. Mr. Thompson had mado tho clt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

I fTVD ATUOV A AT TTTmrvrnct IXtAiNoVAAii lliJiltUiliO. notaDlo instances 01 Courage Among British Soldiers Deed of Valor rerformed At 3In Jaba Ulll and L&lns'a Nek In Battles With the Doers. The memory of. tlie Uoer war of 1881 l to bitter among the English peoplo that they' are apt to forget that In spite of Majuba Hill, Laing's Nek rind the Ingogo Heights all of vthlsh wore disastrous to the British troops the Victoria cross was awarded on no fewer than six occasions in the Transvaal la the campaign bf 1830-sl. Majuba Ulll Itself, a reverse that will never die out of the recollection of the present gen eration, afforded its example of that British valor which has made nearly all their military undertakings famous. A ,sunlvor of Majuba tells of the courage of Corporal J. T. Tarmcr, of the British army hospital corps. A small force, about 400 of all ranks, had been got to the summit of Majuba in the night by the unfortunnte Gen. Collcy. When day broke the Boers, In over whelmin...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

Ikxzj -fc - FWIVlM", fSi5Jff1f?Wwr'f W w Ar -"TimS' 1 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 ssvnrrerTT't i ii m . in ll I" k i' j JtA-" left til AaAlftlaatlsi1le'i,fi-rTrVrianrrVr-r '''''l V (courtesies 1 $ OF WAR 1 ' Tho Good Sldo or Human Nntnro L I t Under Grim Circumstances." There U certain grim humor Id the K called "cMvalrv" of ar, with exam pies of which history teems. Nearly er ry student of history knows what hap pened vfben tho two picked corps of I'rance and Knelanil came faco to face it the battle of I'ontenoy. Tho tno par ties halted ivithln a short distance of each other, and. nfter n momentary pause, the Ilngllsh olllccr In command raised his linf- and called out: "Fire, Kentlemen of tho Trench guardl" Advancing a few pnccH the Trench ofli ter made n profound how, saving: "The Trench guard never fires first!" Thus chalWiired, tho Ilnsllsh olllcer, Iftcr a moment's reflection, put nn end lo this chivalrous conduct by collltiB on bis men to Ore, which lliey did, ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

st' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WJBESDAY. DECEMBER 27 7- AiUftiUiAniftAilft,AAAtAUftiitlftAttAAift WOLF CHASING A Western Sport- Moro Exciting Than Followiug Foxes mid i;itmivnivv''vi'w'yi't"'ttivmv''vl"'B vi'v Chaslnjt foici or linroa Is too tnmo for trartsinen in the wot. Wolves arc more to their liking. On a recent occnelou tho I wolvcu bad been captured In Heavy steel traps, .three of tbein, lint the hud not been rendered at all docile by their few days of association with human beings. They were wolves, the great, (tray, tim ber wolves, larger than a Newfoundland doz, with mighty jaws lined with shining A WE6TERU WOLF CHASC sharp teeth that snapped ominously when any one came near them. They are not con aids, those timber wolves. They will attaclv n man even when they have not the encoumgoment of a pack.. A timber wolf cnu throw a steer and cut his throat quicker than a cowboy. "Word was sent throughout the town that theie would be a nolf chase in the afternoon, and about SOU men, wo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 December 1899

?W "-"JVT sktr 'xrxr 8 AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899 1 & 5 HI I !' t in j v m S(j$?2& The Weather Thursday Snow. Underwear! Underwear! WHY NOT hnvo good WARM UNDERWEAR when you can got OARMENTB nt these PRICES! At 39C Each On Okie of our populnr 30o nntu ral flseoe ltued shirts and pants, arrived the other day, tho last wo will have this season for this price. At 50c Each Gents' extra heavy fleeced camel's hnlr shirts nnd pants In all sizes. You will not only llnd this gar ment warm, hut also durable. At 75c each A good wool camol's hnlrgnrlnont In shirts and drawers, nil sizes nnd very soft. At $1.00 Each Men's heavy camol's hair shirts and drawers, well mudo, comfort ablo garments. At $1.25 Each Our KLONDIKE garment Is a wool garment In camel's hair with double back nnd front, tho best garment for cold wenthor wo know of. At 25c Each Ladles' fleeced natural underwear Invest nnd pants; theso area special garment and well worth 80o. At 39C Each Ladles' f...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

Shot Guns, Rifles, Sliot, Powder, Shells. Cartridges, RosircM, I islilnjr r.uKlc, ercrjthlnj; In Sporting Goods at Lowest Prices. GEO.-S. DALES & SON, .723 South Mall) St. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT RoseBudCream Tie bit romely for ill rnri acMoftbtttlii. It Iidelichial o toilet renalilte. Aikforlt O. S3. HorporA Oo'a DruKtStoro, I." VOLUME EIGH,T. NUMBER 216 WAR Begin to Multiply. Russia and Japan at Loggerheads, And Oom Paul May Fight Portugal Because of Her Cession of f , Territory 1 To England and Germany Late Dispatches. Vlotoria, B. 0., Dec. 28. (Spl.) The City of London arrived hero to day from the Orient with news of a prospective war between Russia and Japan. Tho officers say nil of Japan Is now of the opinion that hostilities will break out between those two na s tions in the spring. Before the steamer left Japan, the kingdom was buying up great quantities of rice, and oven going so far ns to even make arrangements for transports to make a demonstration i i Coren. A report sa...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

"ffSifw 'T i IQ . Htf't - I AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, TnUHSDAT, DECEMBER 28, 1800 J-im Ti St, I K f i kJ a.- 1 I P i i J- s '4' . FAITH IN GEN. BULLElt. His Soldiers Are Determined to Vindicate Him. run nont rositios veiiy stiioxg. a Dtirrllieit ly Wlnitnn Clmrchlli, Who ftencheil Clielteley CampAuatlicr ItU patch Tolit fir III rt'iin.-irl.ttbl. JUcuni From the lluon Other War NoiT. IiOSbox, Dec. 23. Tbcwar office horo received a dispatch from Capo Towu, dated Dec. 20, vthtcU cnutaiuol tho fol lowing! "There is no chamro in tho 'situation. Mctlmru leports that tho enemy's force has lira as'ci and Is onguged In en trenching three and a half miles from bh outlying pickets. "Motliutn recoiiuoitcred with two squadrons of mounted infantry for twe mile's along tuo lino aud drew tho flro ol four cans nnl two Vlcfccrs machine guns. Four horses were hit. "Tho queen's Chti&tinas incssigo was received with ciithmiasm. Gatacro ia endenvorlug to rcopon communication with tho Indwo collier ies." ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

zimnnsssszsKBEmiis&e, ,vmjxi ujvujjt VJ!JaufViiA.L, x'nunoiiA.Y t jjujVMjMUKII M, IS'iu THE FtifcAY F THE HCNDRIMHUION. IBP3ilP?85S , IRANK Imxckenzdc .CAVILC (HHARF EUVA T'ATAL TALE 333flfc,v5-tNill Tho outcry wltli Which Pladja had greeted her father was a whisper com pared to the triumphant yell with which he flung himself upon his Knees before tho daughter and caught at and kissed her skirts, fondling' her extend ed hand, weeping, gcstlculntltig, rais ing his bands and calling on every saint In (he. (Jreck calendar to bless this unsought meeting. The colonel saw the curiosity written largo on Desmond's face, for ho turned toward htm while tho war of question nnd an swer still raged Netween bis daughter nnd tho Finn and with many smiles gave shortly his explanation of tho matter, "I have hardly yet been nble to gath er how my old servant and foster brother comes to be on our yacht, my dear sir, but you will understand my delight In finding him hete when I hid believed lilin d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

.T-'-,.M'".V"' ' t'f'-K, PiiT-v-g IWl'PWMBl',lJPHm!iiWIIWIIW WTwm TO'f't "v.jrwv! 'wp " Hig!--m- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1800 - ' f 1 a V ll I ft t f.r Ki THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. 8. Htrttr Fr W. Oijtr Editor and Mintgirt. ISO n. & Lx Coubt, Mir. AdrertUlni D.p't rvRLisncDiiT THE AKRON DKMOUHA.T COMPANY orrios Democrat Blook, Noi. 18S nd MT Vsln it. Loica distance mozra 1W. orricxHS Ano DtMwrroftS. Pretld.nt ,,..Juu V. Welsh VIc-PrilUnt....,.... A. T. IUioh Hocretnry , jtt w. oatsk TreMurer,......, .wili.xaii T. Hawtmii SOW 8. UAKTSRHvfw.....HJKO. MONAJCABA ED. II. !) LA OOUKT. Entered at th Poitoffic at Akron, Ohio, ai Bteond-Olaal Mali MatUr. Dettrertd Brerr Erenlni by Oarrlsr Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK By Matt UO) IMS for Mi Honlhf, Official Paper of the Cliy of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAY, DKOEMHEtt 28. Aftkii Akron's peoplo havo lind a fow more million dollar franchises given away, and the city's debt and expenses run bo high that bon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

y AKBOSr DATLYjPEMOCtt&Mfr THTJKSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1801) YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS CURED Of Deafness, Bronchial Diseases, stnmar.h ruconcec t ivap oh vm m . -..., snisi - "-' 'v.iw, .upiiauw rtuu imc, auu rrompiea soieiy to Benefit Otners. ! YOU ARE AFfP'L.IOTEO INVESTIGATE .M iSTSSS"',? "Hri?'"0..""1'0 y Jour excel iisncu in these columns today nro testimonials that "testify." Thoy mean something. Thoy toll of vour sulforlng from HEAL SICKNESS. These people desdrlbo In their own language the particulars of their af fliction, anu of their vain elTorts to obtain relief from other sources. They tell of tho comploto, perfect and permanent cures accomplished by Dr. Ramsey. They nro honest, conscientious and trust worthy peo plo, who, if you call upon or write them, will cheerfully verify the truth of their published statements. BRONCHIAL CATARRH CURED. Mr. Phil Hornrook, 127 Cuyahoga si. Akron, O.i This is what tho now treatment that Dr. llamsoy has given did for mo. I had catarrh,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

" V WWWWWWl ! - i J I AKllOH DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1800 :je i.t 1 M ;nr l.M I ui fas a I I B K. I: rc r MAMMON IN AFRICA. RAILROADS PROJECTED ALL OVER THE DARK CONTINENT. France Jenloua al tVliat Great Brit ain Slay Do Aftrr tin- War 111 Xn tlnns lutcrcHted In Afrlcnu He ottrccs, Special ConesponJenoe.) CArE Tow, Nov. 25. The whole world Is Interested In llio African war, And the resources or the continent nre Celtlng advertised In n wny tlint Is worth millions ot pounds. This a cold liloodcd manner of looking at a contest which Is claimed to bo founded on hu man rights, hut It Is my personal opin ion that more people nro Interested In the commercial future of Africa' than In Its political prospects. This statement Is mndo on the theory that thero Is some difference between busi ness and politics which may need eluci dation, as It Is not clear to everybody. llrltlsh government In the Transvaal would mean cheaper government and cpnsequently lower taxes. As tho mines ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

AICBOK DAHK DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1800 ORADIli OF 0H11IST. IHADOW8 AND SUNSHINE ON THAT LOWLY DED. ttcT. Dr. Talmnire. In IIU Chrlaiiumi Sermon, Telia the Story if the ln cnrnutlon In n Acw AVuy Practical Uses of (lie I'entUnl. Copjrtlfjtit, LouU Eloplch, 1393 Vabiiinoton, Doc. 24. Tho story of tho Incarnailou is hero told by Dr. Tnl tango lu'a now nay, and practical use Id made of these dnj s of fostl ity; text, Matthew 1, 17, "So all tho gsneratlona trom AuraUnin to David aro 14 genera lions, and from David until the carry ing away Into Uabjloii aro 14 genera lions, and from tho currying nway Into Babylon unto Christ nro 14 genera tions." From what many consider tho dullest ind most unimportant chapter of" tlio New Testament I Inko my text and and It full of practical, st.utliug and eternal Interest. This chapter Is the front door of the New Testament, through which all tho splendors of evangelism and npostollclty enter. Three tlmo 14 generations aio spoken Df In my tex...

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