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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 December 1899

TI Ttr.J:1IH EHEBimn JT7' ,n W'w? -i,'Mfirrt j,.,(, - a 8 v AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 180!) 1 V ! I-1 .! .1 l i? I $gu The Weather Friday Generally fair Continued cold. AND TJio very goods you w ant to keep warn). WOOL BLANKETS aro by far SUPEIUOK to Cotton, but wo hnvo both. HEAD A LIST of our PIUOES ; they aro as low as can bo found any where. At W a pair Full 11-4 Califor nia blankets, white with blue, pink and yellow borders, thoy aro mndo from a very lino wool and aro exceedingly soft and warm. At J5 a pair Hoiiio-mado blankets, not rough and Irritating, but the soft, warm kind, In red, groy and whlto, all full 11-1 size. At $4 a pair Wo hnvo tho nil Mool hlnnkuts nt this price, also n UNION I1LANKKT that Is 'cotton ono way. A llttlo cotton In a blanket does not harm It, often keeps thorn from shrinking. At p.r a pair Tho 11-4 Kf.r.C TKIO BLANKET, all wool, with pink, blue und brown boidors. The body of this blanket Is In a very protty groy whloh makes It ver...

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. — 29 December 1899

q$8Rwmfim tmm OTSBHB i'iii l.aub's Spicinls for1 Satuidar, Dec. 30 pr Until. icmlrlolni, Bollr 7iteri2c ri tit. lurkojs mid Nlklnlotlrcl Poultry Peiple,'s Cfc Meat Market, Iirrl.Koiuidst. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Baer's Lancaster Almanac For ls00 m Arrived at STEINBACHER'S, IOO K. Mnrkot St VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 217 AKRON. OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 29. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT "w xmimmmT y ft ft I! ft. 1K or MONNETT'S Speech Was Barred. Not Permitted to Lecture on Trusts Before a New York Audience Last Night. Threat by tho Standard Company Oil To Withdraw Subscription, Had Effect. lis New York, Dec. 29. (Spl.) At torney General Monnett of Ohio, has been denied the right of freo speech here. He had been Invited to lec ture on Trusts before tho Peoples' Institute nnd Educational society. A largo auatonco assembled last night to hear the lecturo, but Mon nett did not appear. An olllcer of the Institute explained later that Monnett had beon notified some da s ago that the lecture was cancel...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

V " a '"WfTtVpitT" "ri' P tTOJqff f f'r; v j- ivpjjr vi 5 ,i rt-i. iwwjfiwia .' .,!'... .LiCHON DAILY DEMOCRAT, FBIDAYj-DECEMBER 29, 1800 ! is to v; THB80KBSW0DLDEUID 'Would Retaliate If Dclarjoa Bay Is Closed. KXGLAND WOULD HATE TO ACT. tan4oa Slamlnrtl Ssld flnllsburjr Would" Ho ncjuctnut tu Urlng- I'ressar. Vpni I'nrtucal Kjleppt Iu Casa of Urgont o tcssitjr Utliir War News. Lonpok, Dec. 23. A coricspondcnt If The Standard at Lonrcuzn Marques eald iii' parts "If DeliiRoa bay Is cloii-d the Boor will retaliate by raiding Portuguese ter ritory." Tho Standard said; "Lord Salisbury would be reluctant to bring procure to bear upon Portugal erccps u a caso ol urgent uocosslty Clrmt JJrltnln. would prefer uot tu place herself In the invidious pontloti ol udiiK force toward another potty cottit tiy: and ihero is no touiptatlou to zalso any further International quostlom." The Standinl said that no credit hould be given to tho rumor from Ber Ho of n sforet nnglo-Ucrmuu-l'ortu-gucso treaty...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

ri AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, XTIIIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1809 W THE FORAY OF THE HratiMHB&tHUMON. nv'jar Niitiv." ntANK KA.CKENZK S0M.E 'tUJARF EUVAS) 'SBfe A TALE s&FS S - CHAFTEK VII. DE3Mo;:n's luck in seiko a auoKEn. In the gray ot the dawning a proces sion wound down the aisles of the pine forest, straggling 'dismally among the littered debris of the woods. At the head strodo a dark, heavily muitacucd man In tha uniform of an officer of Russian lnfsntiy. Beside him, carry lar coal bags, were a dozen figure". As he nurveyed their strong exertion under the weight they bore bo smiled romnlacrntly and stroked bis chin. lie ert tbelr burdens sreedlly. Then his glance strayed to the tall of the pro cession, where, handcuffed and roped, a score and a half of captives slunk be tween as many guards. lie chuckled aloud In his glee and once, ns Pieobcs las raised his head nnd shot a llery glance at him, lifted his cap and an luted him mockingly. "Soycz lo blcmcnu, mon cousin; so yez le blc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

'. t"" ,. -., .tVSf i 1' U -1 jr, Esai ipwwwwwa mm'w9mM?rm M'wfM ' ',.- y,! AKHOK DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1899 M f ' !m :' K IM i&V THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Ed. 3. tUrter Frad W. Qtyer Editors and Managers. Ed JI. Dm Li. Oodet, Mir, AdwtUtng Dpt OFXIOJB Democrat Block, Nos. isfi and UT Utln it. loko DtarAwc- raoai WO. orriozxs ahd bisbotobi, Preildcnt ., ...Jamm V. Wilbii VlcirMiAnt.... A. T. Faiok Hsrrry ..,....,. .HHFCBD W.OAYKU TreaiurT-..,..,.. .wiixiah T, Hawtkk EDWi B. UARTKVWHA,.,KJfO. MONAMABA Xd, II, !) La Ooubt. XnMMd t the Poitofflo at Akron, Ohio, ai Becond-Clajt Mall UatUr. Delivered Kreir Evening by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK Ur Mall II) 11 . lor Biz Month, Official Papor of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. BnNAion FoitAKKii nnd Editor Kohlsaat iiro enjoying a long range lire nt ench other concerning the dis puted authorship o( tho gold plank of the St. Louis platform. About the only people who seem to be In ter...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

AKJtOH DAILY DEMOCKAJT, FltlDAY, DECEMBER 20, 189!) w I " MWWWMWAWWVW E F-. SAUVAIN THIS PLACE TO UUY ,r fold Wthn QImpq A rn T -HITTI-D DOTflWCI 1 where in thiscity. The '1900'-' Btyles nro all in. Wo wish all a Happy JJew Year. lalaaaY l E. F SAUVAI eiO S. IVIeilrft St. VSAVSSAAgSAA" WANTED: A MILLION HEARTS. All ya rho'r cint beirtl to rent or tell, Oomt brng then unto me. I'll pey j well. t vftnX them Urgfl, I wtnt them deep ind itronr, I want them brand and echoing to song. Bring mt no heirt to hold th mean or base; Bring me no heart that hotda of tin a trite; Bring rat no heart that'a racked with Jctlous (cart Nor one thit'f 'er been uturata with teara. Put good, clean honest, empty hcarta I aik; Uot thoaa that imlle, )ct corking aecrets maiit Not thos that harbor notion poor and amall. Out purt and tweet and true I'll take 'em alL And hurry too. I want them now, today I This Tery minute tend them on their way to houM thlf love that from my own o'rrBowa, Tor ah, I'll not tell ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

"TW-y-" Vtf$ft 1STWF rWJWfPj 'Wtffvv ;,VaV- 'QtTTxFKT 'V AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, TRIDAT, DECEMBER 20, 1800 5T i in ii M FOR SALE. FOU HAM'. OR HXCIIANHU-Soi en ncro track fnrm nenr Akron, with good house, Flvo lots, North II11I, nt ll-Mench.K sold quick. Now 8 room houve nenr pavement nnl tiet cnrs,n tiargnln at 11,(30. Newsroom house York St., ncnrly now, lor 11,000, Money to loan nt lowest rntps of Interest, c. if, joni:. Tci. w. For Sale On Ea;y Tcrrrs. The inns! ctPRnnt suliurtmn liotne Jn 811111" mlt county; large Iiuumi of u rooms, hnnl iaocmI flnlsli, room ecllnr, licntcr, gotnl burn, slxncrfs of Inml, btrc-l cum jims door. 1 his property Is tie nml uniMllim tbn finest property on the market. Will poll for lo than cost of ImlhllnKs. A linranln, TItOS. Ij. I'll I Mi. Attorney. Walsh lllock. 1 have $l,P00 to loan on Improved property At G per cent, E. IVI. Youriej, Itoom No. 31, Akron Havings lllnck. MONEY TO 10AN. TO 10AN 13 (no In stuns to suit borrower, J.I Jlnchtcl, lHoulh Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

tiOis DAILY DEMOCRAT, lTOIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 189 Y s NOTING Ever Before Known. A New Catarrh Cure Which Accomplishes Marvelous Results. aim " lESa'TepsirssAL feivieidv A Pleasant Tasting Tablet; Every Form Rapidly Replacing the Cures Catarrh of the Head, Throat, Bronchial Tubes; Ca tarrh of Stomach and Catarrh Wherever Located. A FEW FACTS About the New Catarrh Cure. Tho now Catarrh Cure is a new doparturo In so-called catarrh euros, becauso it actually cures, and Is not simply a temporary relief. Tho now Catarrh Cure Is not n salvo, ointment, powder nor liquid, but a pleasant tasting tablet con taining the best specifics for catarrh in a concentrated, convenient form. Tho old Btyle of catarrh salves and ointments aro greasy, dirty and, In convenient at tho best; tho now pre paration being in tablet form Is always cleRn and convenient. Tho new Catarrh Cure Is superior to Catarrh powders becauso it Is a notorious fact that maiiy Catarrh powderB contain cocaine. The now Catarrh Cure Is...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 December 1899

.M AKRON DAILY DEMOOKAT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1800 is- i rr ' N&.: The Weather Saturday Fair and coldor. Coat and Cape Sale Saturday No need to toll you how, when or where wo cot the goodH, tho fact that wo hnvo It and at away clown prices li all you caro to know. At $" ladles' jackets heavy bouclo Jackets, all lined with a heavy satin, tho samo as you pay $7 for. At $7.00, $8.75 to $12-Ladies' satin lined Jackets, some with Skinner's satin, which means two season's -near, all ero $2 higher on each garment. At 12.50 to $18.75 Note the prices wo put on these garments; the $12.50 goes at flO and tho $18.75 at $15. $2.50 ladles' capes Full lined, braided capes, fur trimming, extra heavy, the $5 kind, $3.50 to $I0-l'lush capes, all heavily wadded, fur trimmed, some of those gnrmoiits are made from crushed plushes which aro vory scarce; each and oveiy (gar ment has como down under tho pencil mark. $5 to $12.50 Oolf capos, only a few left, but wo havo put tho cleaning up price on them...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

RoseBudCream The u remedy for itl ranch otnol vlicaki:.. xthdelltfaUcl at a tsllct requisite. Aiklorit AKRON DAM DEI Shot Guns, Rifles, Shot, Poffdsr, Shells, Cartridges, Ilcvolrers, runlng Tackle, everrthtnc In Sporllnsr Goods at Lowest Prices. GEO. S. DALES & SON, 228 South Main St. at B. HacpordiOo'a Drug tQtoro. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 218 AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 30. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT BEWARE MYSTERIOUS LITTLE LEFT TRUST The East Market Street Light Flashed In Front of Cemetery Vault. H Skating Park ,W Of Great Fortune. Against an Inventor. ;W HAPPY NEW YEAR W -C? St5 wtw- m a i.i. P-J - . . . a . -rM OORAT. ,W IUUU ll,v'vwwv,mwv..l, lUUU CSL ryv? Vv- h Of Old Paris v Pipes Offered For Sale by an Aged Sea Captain. Poor Fellow Was Reduced to Want. How He Happened to Soil His Prize. He Found Considerable Easy Money In Akron. Keep your w enther eye open for an old soa salt, who bought a carved meerschaum pipe in Fails 21 years ago. If be heaves in sight, put on f...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

BHMBKM WKF&& wwiwj'.jf'mx WCV.TJjyW iPhPTP "V --V4' V"-.!?'''- V" -,5 " i. atOK DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1800 a 1$ .1 m n - n m IP .' x' k iv- t: A Natives Occupied Strongly For tified Ridge. uuitGiir.ns cabmed rosmos. Lost Tlirto Killed And Flvo Wonmletl lloeri Reported Attack ly Xlrllljh fin Fort Menr .Mnfekl.ii:, Willi S3 Kiijllili Io Other War 7icTi. PnirtowA, Tuesday, Deo. 20. ljy way of LocrcnZo Jlivrqnos, Thursday, Doo. S3. Commandant Swart reports from (ho laatfer tit Alowvns hop, uoar Zo crust, that lio had nu engagement on rriday, Dec 22, with Kaillrs in tho neighborhood of Denlorpoort. Tho Kaf firs occupied a strongly fortified ridgo and wcro well prepared for emergen cies. After heavy fighting tho Burghers captured tho Kaftlrposttion, losing throo killed and flvo wounded. I'litTOMA, Tuefdny, Dec. 20, by way of Lonrciizo Marques, Thursday, Dec. 28. Commandant rJuymau reports as follows from Molopo: "On Monday morning tlio enemy from Ualcklug attacked...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

2'"??!?' "' jn,H -,---v -m-l. .UCIION DAILY DKMOGKAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1803 H!S2B3iEE3ifflS THE FORAY OF THE HEM 1 fRANK KmKENZIE (KMARK EUVAS) TfA. IAL OHArTEB VIII. OLD STSTAS's VODKI SIJUOXD EMU LATES TUB CATS. Tbo saloon of the Ilendrlk Ilndson would havo been a sore sight to the eyes of Mcnslcs. the Scotch steward, If ho lind been thcro to too Its tcrrlblo illshevolment. Hound the table four dirty, sheep skinned soldiers sat and fingered a filthy pack of cards. In each month was stuck an evil smelling cl ear, and Innumerable stains of Jugs and tumblers mat Led the smooth ma hogany. The cellaret doors had been burst open by thn kicks of lusty boots, and books, broken crockery and a heap of llttlo knlckknncks strewed the floor. Tho company had evidently feasted where It slept. The dirty plates anil knives of tho previous evening meal were tossed carelessly Into n comer, unwashed and sticky. Tho mud of shore and forest wns thick on carpets and chairs. pne of the men took n s...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

KjryTK 'TTfWP JBffifflWJW ySnv WSWTO? J;MW" "" JVISUi,, JBRHHTV- Wt ' Iji v . r7' - " - u Bis IS''wr5 F-jt 3g3 !BWWTO?3Sr " '.tr-1"---,, AKltOK DAILY DJEMOOBAV, SATUltDAY, DHOJiMltER .10, 1890 & It .i I t I I m n ' i p. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hirltr Fral W. Otyor Editors and Mtntgin. Xd It. Da La Court, JUr. AlTtrtlslni Dtpt ruin lAJim bt AKRON DEMOOIU.T COMPANY ovriojt Democrat Block, Nos. IKS nl UT Mln tt. LOHO S18TAM0B tUOSn 190. orrxoiRfl ahd dihiotohii. President .,.......Jami v. Wiuti VIPrMnr. ...A. T. 1'AIUlT Heerstary ,. lrn w. Oate ii Treasurer,,... .wixj.iam T. Bawtxk KDW, tt. UAKTIK...,,....Jl0. llONAMAnA Ed. 11. 1 La Ooubt. XnUred at tha Foitoffloa al Akron, Ohio, as Becond-Glass Mall Mattar. Delivered Xvsry Erenlng by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 1140 . . - ll.BIorBli Montlii Official Paper o! tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. Uaktox Is going to follow Akron' oxnmplo nnd nnnox outlying terri tory to the city. This will ndd up wards...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

AKRON' DAILY DEMOOItAT, SATURDAY, DECEJIBER 30, 1800 MAY FIGHT In Cincinnati Soon. Trying to Arrange Limited Round Match Between Gus Ruhlin and George Childs. Official Averago of Kirkwood Bowling Club. Two Crack Teams Selected Local Sporting News. Cincinnati sports are endeavoring to arrange n match between George Childs, the colored boxer who knock ed out Bob Armstrong, and Gus Ituhlln. It Is bolloved that the mon would draw a large crowdi Manager Cos tello Is In cprrespondenco with Billy Madden and Sam Suminorfleld, try ing to arrange details. Cincinnati has never had a flrst-olnss heavy weight oontest. Such a fight would create" a great deal of onthuslasm. Champion Bowlers. The olllclal averages of the Kirk wood Bowling club have been pro pared. C. E. Howland leads with an average of 100 20 for 2-1 games. Dr. It. JJ. Carter is second with 163.83 for the eorles. Tho first and second teams, with averages of players, will be made up as follows: First team O.E. Howland, 100.20; It. B...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

Trra1 m.jJt. w i Fymil r" ' Sr-,L,.i'MFT& HP' JUW' ""T" rT"". ' W;--- W J IJUH P.SH WrUWra-RW1-ILi JMN 1 II i V" nwuu awr "W V i DlUBUUUUMf V ", ..' vr" ,v 1rKitr'Mfff'''-'s wrw iiv5'niiWttrcJjfr .,. a t " ?i" ' ' f ,-.-. - .1-- 'ft,- t'r.- AKHOX DAILY .DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1801) W ;?!' SWM.i, .'' TL'l -XA (Corrooted Decombor 29, 180D.) U 3 . i if ) (fe 'J I II II i . tl V LI ' Ca fijcm A SUR6 CURS. & t.KW YT.1H'S BTOUV BVO.H CHAM, M. D. Ccpjrljlit, ISM, r C. E Cram n O U (1 1: nncl .May Lovcroy, i who were homo ' fiom college to spi'llll tin- boll ilnjs In their un live town of Ittif fulo, hiul accept ed tliu Invllntloii Vo John mid Myrtle Ilntch to cutno over for ft New Yoai'K eo miller untl Btuy for tho ulgUt. It whs a Jolly party of six. Including Mr. nml Mrs. Zncliu rlali Hatch, that encircled tho tahlo ut that last jUpper of tho dying jear. Myrtle's innrfleil lirother, Uilwuril Hutch, ami his young wife hail prom Iscd to ho homo for tho holiday, In tending to c...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

BT- ' t'Avff 'v AK.KUJN VjyiLiX JUiSMOUKAT. HATUHDAT, DECEIUBER 30, 103 OOLiI) Wash the ffisshos igwmkffyF You can if yon use Gold Dust. It does most of the work. It saves time,moii ey and labor. fond for tr booklet " OoMen Sal (or Tloutwork" THE N. K. TAIRBANK COMPANY Catcara S(.LoU NcwTork Bolloa ANIMALS UNDERGROUND. finrionlnaras It Is Performed by Various Special of Mammals. Ventilation, or rather tho want of It, inust bo a difficulty la tbo undorgronntl life of almost oil inainnmls. Tho rabbit mid tho rat' tecuro n current of aid by terming a bolt holo in connection with tnolr ojKteru of passages, but the fox, tbo badger and many of tbo Hold voles unci mice Boom indifferent to any sneb precaution. There la no donbt that whatever gayo tbo first luipnlso to bur row, many animals loot: upon this, to 08 most unpleasant exertion, as n form of actual amuseinont. It also confers a right of property. Prairie dogs constantly set to work to dig holes merely for the lovtN of tbo thing. If...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 December 1899

f AKBON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1800 r T ... ! II ! i I i, 1 tl ,; - : a ; 1 w i tl it ' I ll ' I ! i "'I Si y " at ' f PI f I fi) It c" I . mi all or, tilt till to tl.) till fo I tut dr sot nil! M ran .1 lent po A ilia lag IS, ft ft: lifr t ' II JUDGMENT V I !; The Weather Snuday f '! Contlmiod cold. fl ii . I To the People of Akron i ! and Vicinity i We Wish You !j If ; One and All A Happy and I Prosperous !j New Year; And beg to thank you your kind patronago for year 1809, upon which closo our STORK DOORS night. "Wo shall rconcn thoni BUSINESS on TUESDAY MORNING, intho YEAItlDOO. Ab you aio voll awaro that tho BOSTON STOKE has nov or put such a varioty ol DIIY GOODS at such low PIUOES boforo you over sinco it was in oxistonco. "With tho coming of tho year 1000 wo shall still utili!0 ovory facility to accommodate you with Popular Dry Goods at Popular Prices Again soliciting jour pat ronage nnd wishing 3011 it Happy Now cat, wo ii'ii.niii, Your.s lospccllullj, 160-15...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

0JiWni,W Bacr's L&ncaster Almanac I far IOOO ns Arrived it STEINBACHER'S, IO IS. Markot St. AKRON Fred Laub's Specials for Tbls Week. Fpnffl Tllbf TcmWlolni. Halle 0Mpri2rn wr nt Turkeyi sad all kinds of jjreiMst 1 miliry People's Cash Meal Market, urn. Howard st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 220 AKRON. OHIO, TEUSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY DEMOCRAT. AKRON PAPER FOR AKRON PEOPLE. Thoroughly Up-to-Date Equipment Installed In the Democrat Office. Goss Perfecting Press and Mer genthaler Linotype Machines, .Size Increased From Page Increasing Circulation Made Improvements Necessary. The Democrat will be a New sier Paper Than Ever (' -Read It. As an appropriate Now Year's greet- Ing tho Democrat comes to Its lenders " today considerably Improved lu ap pearance nnd news and dcllveiy hoi vlee. Two of the latest Improved Mergnn thaler Linotype machines have Just been added to tho Democrat's compos ing room equipment, tho tpe In our news columns today being the product of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

Vrivif tO AKRON, DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1000 U 'f. WWIWfWW There is a Class of People "Who aro Injured by tho mo of cof. fee. Recently thcro ha beou placed in nil the grocery stores n new prep aration called GKAIK-O, mado of puro grains, that takes the placo of coffee, Tho most delicate ttomach re. ceirca it without diatross, and but few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over as much. Children miy drink It with uret lcn- efit. IS cents and 25 cents per pack- ago. Try It. Ask for CIUAIN-O. Crain-Q ! Iniltt that your grocer glTta you ailAlN0 1 n iiu iiaiuuon. Fresh and Pure You can well depend on the quality of our drugs. You can also de pend on the way we put them to gether. Our compounblng Insures perfect medicines. Wo Iinvo soma standard remedies which wo propnro for ninrket, mid IhoboHtof tho proprietory medicines ntnll times. HlMMELMflN. Pnormaclsi. 164 s. Mam Call on us for. Stoves ane. l S-3eafers, I Q : Natural gas appliances 2 a specialty. Come and see st...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

-ivilUN DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, IDOt) ffT-Vvu'f IWcCOY Wins the Big Fight at New York. Defeated Maher In the Filth Round The Details. . New York, Jan. 2. "Kid" McCoy defeated Fetor Muhcr bofore tho Oonoy Island Athlotlo clnb. The fight was scheduled to last 25 ronnds, and the parso was to have been $.10,000, bnt tho Bttondanco was list as largo as had boon expected, and boforo tho light was be nu the principals agrood that tho win ner should receive the gross gate re ceipts. In the first ronnd McCoy floored tho Irishman .with a left hook on tho jaw. At one poillt in this round Maher (orced McOoy to the ropes, landing a hard right but the Kid got away and sent in a bard loft to the stomach before the round onded. In tho second round McCoy knocked Ilaher to his hands and laiocs, where tho Irishman remained about four seconds. When he got up ho seemod to lose his bead and rushed McOoy and they exchanged blows. In the third round at one point Mo Ooy folnted and Maher came fo...

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