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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

,r S7 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY JANUARY 2, 1000 i V' THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Ilartir Fnd W. Gayer Editor tnd Minagtrt. Kd I(. Di La Oodkt, Igr. AdTertlilm Dep'l FUHriRIlBIBT TUB AKRON CUMOOUAT COMPANY orrica Stmocnt mock. Not. ia art UT Main it. lon3 DiflTAiioa rnoira 190, orrlOKRt AMU DIMSOTOaa. Fretldent .... ....Jami V. Wiuu Vlc-Prildnt...., A. T. FAtai Hccretarr ITmd w. Oateii Treaiurer. wiuuil T. Hawtik Edw. B. ltARTm, . Jno. MoNakaha Kd. 11. Da La Coukt. Xnterad ftt the Foitoffioe at AJtron, Ohio, as Sacond-Claai Mall Uatur. Delivered Every Evening by Oarrler Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK HtHMMM - - UJatorBlz Month! Official Paper ol the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, JANIIAKY 2. &. TO OUR PATRONS: Incident lo tlio change to the Domocrnt'H new ixinliinicnt there have l)cen ninny Inconveniences mul ik'lnjs In our mechanical dcpaitmont, nil of which lmo lniil their effect upon today's news nnd delivery serv ice, liver) thins will ho In perfect wo...

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. — 2 January 1900

WWu UtllON DAIIy DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1000 BARBERTON FIRST OF ALL ALL GOLDEN IN A TRAP BUCHTEL DAQUE BROS. & OO. pedal Sale Akron Leads With the Automobile Patrol, Stepped Two Young Men From Canton. Will Annex Akron Were the Many Years Will be Rebuilt. I ON 7f,W u Before Ten Years Have Passed Away, And Perhaps Sooner, Says Mr. 0. G.Barber. Match King Enjoys a Littlo Pleasantry And All at Akron's Expense Neighbors Growing. O. C. Harbor's faith lu the possibili ties of Barbcrtou's growth h synony mous with that of the Rood old dame, who, upon being asked If she believed the story about the whale swallowing Jonah, replied! "Indeed I do. The Good Book says so, and If it said that Jonah swallowed the, whale, I'd yet bellevo It." Notice Mr. Barber's optlmlstlcvlews expressed In the followlUH Interview: "Buiberton expects to annex Akron In ten years," facetiously remarked O. C. Barber to a Democrat reporter Mon day afternoon. "But, without Joking," he continued, "BarLerton's p...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOOltAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1000 X 3i k k v- sv. & Engraved POR. omf Wutor Tumblers, Lemonades, Olnrots, Kingor Bowls, Wine Sets unci a gonoral lino of JS Oo'S: Glassware Just tho tiling for Tablo or Sideboard. 3j lUtaUlltiL SSt1iSKS CTKMa3!eLWW?ig3inrrj.mi,iiiiiiiiiff7fy' i V40&F" Everything In the line of SLURRY Soldi ReEak-dloss of Cost See our line of CORSETS from 50c up. & I New stock of KID GLOVES Just received. 1 Wof & Beck I I 130 South Howard st. U ARE YOU SATISFIED Tmm ftriTNovr PLATS speciaot. Vlo Do Palnlooa Extraotlng And you keep your senses alert all tho wlillo; wo don't put you to sloop. rilllngs, sec up. Plates, $S.oo Set. rtrldfc Work, $5.00. Best Gold Crowns, $5.oo. Alt work guaranteed 20 years. Examlnntlon ro. 146 and 148 South Main St., Akron. '4''t4,4"'!'l4' 44'"J')t'''!-i5J'tt't4.lt.tJt.iJ.t.4-i..t, po -vou have: I t CHAPPED HANDS or FACE? I Or any irrltnblo roittilincHH of tho I mo in Which sell from 10 Our linn of Modloatod nni...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

AiUtO.N DAILlT' DEMOOBAT. TUESDAY, JANUABY 2, 1900 UOIiD mI biraF iiWft fm& The Best Washing Powder. Cleans Everything from Cellar to Garret HE DREAMED That a Burglar Entered His Room. Officers Were Called and the Dream Investigated. On Saturday evening Mr. anil Mis. Irving It. Manton, of 037 East Mnikot st., went to Canton to vlstt over Sun day. Tbey left a young man 13. nag geity In charge of tbo houso mid bo wns alone Sunday ulglit When tbe curtain of nlgbt fcll.bi lug tug Tilth It tbo accompanying Influen ces of drowsiness, Hnggerty went to boil. At 10 o'clock bo was oblivious to tbo world. At 11 bo still slept. At (ho mystic bom- of 12 be Mas ilir.imlnt Beheld, a buigl.ir hnd i '' Vs loom a fierce looking ' lently entered, nml ( v. was a burgh i vvlw -(ono that lnookril u , Tbe cold sweat vtonl i, ,u Haggcrty's blow. Still hi s-). At 1 o'clock ho nuol.e, s:v t.u' bug lar and screamed. ;'et, he Jumped through tbo window, ran to m tele phone nud called the polke. OdlcoiR Ooor...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 January 1900

wm iTprSWflj !" 8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1000 BIG LATE LOCALS. (WMWH w I1 ' JI The Weather Wednesday Cold. Zero Weather Requires Warm Woolen Dress Goods. For Warmth and Comfort. $2, $1.75, $1.50 Wo aro closing somo extra ordinary bargains in black cropon("in heavy blistor and silk and wool ollocts. $1 and $1.25 fiO-inoh, all wool homespuns, nonltns. Venetians, broad cloths, choviots, camol's hair, utc, etc. 75c and $1 fil-incli, all wool wido-walo serges and choviots, tho host values over oflercd for tho monoy. 50c and 75c Imported French Flnnnels in bluo and whito polka dot. rod and creon otc, nnd a full lino of plain colors. $2.75 and $3 Heavy golfings, korscyi,, 'id lioavor cloths, in plain col for capos and heavy Miitii MJSTWo spongo nml sin I. all dross goods bought :il r store. 150-152 South Howard St. MONEY WE LOAN IT On Long Time & Easy Paymonta I-onnt nuiita on liitlf liuur'n until m. Wo will innku limnx frum 13 tu ll,wo mi Tits montli, Wiilelit), HniiHt...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

RoseBudCream T UK. rnCr t.f til ntt oiltttke.kli. itlWtlltkifal ttlTci rttnilu, ilk ror it t O. SB. Harper 4. Oo'at Drug IStoro. AKRON DAILTOEMOCRA Shot Guns, Rifles, Shot, Powder, Shclh, Cartridges, Itevolverj, Flvhh? Tackle, everything In Sportlnc Goods at Lowest Prices. GEO. S. DALES & SON, 228 South Mala !, VOLUME E1QHT. NUMBER 221 AKTiON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. .TANUAltY 3. 1900. PIUOE ONE OENT 3 FIGHTING CONGRESS BRUSQUE RECEPTION SYS1EMAT1C i ae:l.l. ! Very Lively In South Africa Today. Will Investigate Message to England. To Banquet Guests Canvass to be Made. m Had No Right to Seize Ships 'That Were Carrying American Flour. State Department Makes a Demand That England Confess Her Liability For the Seizure. Washington, Jan. 3. (Spl.) IuMn tlons were cabled to Auiliassidov Choato today by the Btate depaitmeiit following which ho Is to Inform llm British government that we cnuuot ad mit tho right of -seizure by u British warship of American goods on the three merchant ves...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

AKItON DAILY DEMOCl. A'l EDNEMlfel JANUARY 8, 1060 wA wur K in If!' It" j- io-'f lb - 'SME His Array Reported to Be In Fine Form. TUB TU0n,A ItlTKK FORDAULK. Fleasaatrtai ljr Itelloarnph Between tlie llrltlsli nod lloera Colonial Troop bid lino Work In n right, In Which tin lloera Wore Defeated. Ioxdov, Jon. .1. Tho wtr otlca ro uiTcd a dispatch from Onpe Town, dated Jan, 2, containing tho following: "Colonol Piloher report? through tha officer comuimdlng at tho Orange river: " "I have coniplotely defeated a hos tile command at the Bannysido laager, this day, Jan. 1, taking tho laager and 10 prisoner!, bcsldei the killed and brioadieh oEirnAL roi k-caJIew. wounded. Onr casualties aro two pri vate! killed, and Llontcnaut Aldo wounded. Am encamped at Dovor farm, SO miles northweit of Belmont and ten miles from Sunuyaldo.' " Uintov, Jan. a. Tho Dally Tele graph rocelred the following, dated Ian. 3, from Froro camp: "The weather la flno. Tho Tngela vcr is now fordablo. General Bullor'i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

j3J" " AREON DAILY DEMOCRAT, JBDiNESjjDAY, .TANTJAltY 3, 1000 'WWrtfopmtW CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Toplo For tlio Vfmth a.arliinlnr re. 11 foremen br nr. I. II. DorL. T;wSttk 8rW tht kjrjdom Ot?-iitti UU! i in (Unit. jMlln, wttt thi Jul in ) Tht topic 1 1 Illustrated In the lesson by two tumbles of Ctirlit, tho parable it Jliy bidden lieasnro anil that of tlio pearl of iiter.t price.. In tho first In dunce a man Is working la tho Held of tnotber and flndetli a bidden trcasutc, It being yeiy common befoio the days of banks to hide valuables In tho ground. lie coers It up, goes nud sells all that be lias and buys the Held; that he. may hao the hidden treasure. In the second pntable it dealer In precious Btonrs, when he had found one penrl of great price, sold all that ho bad and bought It. Thda the" command of Christ, "Seek ye flrst 'tho Jugdoni of God," Is Illustrated In parables. 1. Seek tbc Ungdoui'ot God first lu the day. No Hndeavorer'nnd no Chris tian should begin a day of labor, of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

AKItON DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1000 if IS. i ' II I b i (! 'i Jir . THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EOW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors lad Minigen. ED. H. Dt U COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dipt, CHA8. A. MABV1N....XCWS Editor PUBMSIIUD MV TIID AKRON DEMOOItAT CO. OITICE: democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 S. Mnln Street. long Distance l'uono 180. orricuns and dihhctoiih: President JAMKS V. WKLHH Vice President A. T. PAItii: Secretary FBKI) W. (1AYEU Treasurer M. W. HOiT. Kdw. S. Hnrter....Dr. 0. W. Mllllkln Ed. II. Do I,a Court. Entered nt tho postoOlco nt Akron, Ohio, as second class limit matter. Delivered every evening ly carrier boy 5 CENTS A WEEK. Uy mall ?2.ri0....tl.2T for sir montliK OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1000. Canton's water workx system, lie nldes furnishing water to thu people nt low rates, paid nearly $10,000 on Its bonded debt n a result ot on uorslilp and operation by tho city. I Tax-pa j era will be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

T? VP AKRON iJAIXElStOOKX.'WEpNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1000 B NEW HOME For Kirkwood Club. Will Include a Well Equipped Gymnasium. Annual Meeting of the Club Members. New Directors For Ensuing Year Wero Elected. Slmms Will Havo Another Bout Local Sporting News. A now" club house, which will In clutlo bowling alleys, gymnasium, billiard and rcacllug rooms nnd nil tho other appointments, calculated to make a model homo for such an or ganization,, ,1s to bo erected by tho Kirkwood club during tho coming year. The plan" was thoroughly discussed at tho annual meeting Tuesday night. It la proposed to purchaso a site Tor tho now building, probably to tho one that la now under lease. Tho present club house will then be remodeled or a new ouo erected. It will consist of a basement and two floors. Tho base ment win bo doioted to the bowling alleys nnd gymnasium. On tho llrst floor will bo located tho billiard and pool rooms. Tho second floor will be utilized for general social purposes. Tho ofllces ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

TOT ,!?WmwKfWfff -N DAILY JDJJMOCKAT, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1000 Kl V t v I U I ji Irvl I' I- K :. I ? Dr. France's chief consulting nml Medical Institute, by request will aameui ivnnsiiitntiun tree nnu uivueti. Akron, 0., Empire House, Friclay, .Jar.. 5, ttSDQO, From 9 a. in. to 7 p. m. ONE DAY ONLY. Canton, Ohio, Hotel Yohe, 'T"Hajn3c3say, Jan. &. The Greatest Living Physician WSA.S A speoiaL'ist. THE FRANCE PHYSICANS ARE SPECIALISTS. On who places Mil whole ent-rgloi tn ttuilylng nntl practicing ionic funicular dlsonan Our Long Experience, Remarkable Skill aiU Universal Success for the Past Twenty Years Entitle Us to the full ConriJencC of the Afflicted. It Cent Ho More to Imploj aa Zxptrt tba to No Monoy Required ol Responsible . NiTf.fc I u 4 ka-f lav- J Ttirti-T, ? " ( feJ f'n 'ci'5 T'yX Vf ? Sid Nrf'?SlNJ7 A" if THE FRANCE SYSTEM OF TREATMENT. Tho Science of lltillclno tins Improved wonderfully dining thu last few years, and lor this great progress wo nro Indebted chlilly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

AHlUJM JJAJJjtf i'eMOOUAT? iiiJJJViiSJJAVT, JAJNIAltr 3, moo ENCtEAND'S PREMIER. WHAT IT MCArjS TO BCTHfc BRITISH PRIME MINISTER. Nowhere Else In tfte World Is There Any rocltlon at Once So Powerful sod S? Anomalons The Odtco Is Without VcecX Foundation. Novfbero else lu tlo world Is tlioro my position at once bo powerful and so momaloua. So long 03 ho remains primo minister Uio premier of tbo Unit td 'Klugdom Is possessed of more real power than any slnglo individual, mi les! it be tbe czar or tbo prosldone of tbo United States. Yet, great as is tbe powor of prime minister, tbo oOlce bas no foundation on lawi Tbo primo minister is qnlteas un known to tbo Jaw as is tbo cabinet. If a legal pedant, blind to all facts not in Ibe statutes or tho toxtuooks of the Bommon law, were risked to define tbe Ddlce of prime minister and to describe tbe cabinet, bo would bo utterly at a loss. In theory the primo minister is only a privy councilor at tbo head of a de partment of stato who is specia...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 January 1900

"XTT ? mxfTwzy . AKHON" DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1000 yv r"J W'VU- I IS" f ' v 1 - Q The Weather Thursday Warmer. Blankets and Comforta bles "When you awalto somo of these cold nights to llnd ydurself eljlv oring from cold you will think of the good values wo nro ofToring you at our conntort In blankets and comfortables. CO, GG, 70o and $1 10-4nndlM cotton KLEEOED BLANKETS, the best values to be had for the money. Ho ono can allord to bo without this nec essary ndjunct whou they can be had at theso jiricos S 1.213, (2, 2.00 and $8 11-4 heavy WOOL BLANKETS, fleece lined, lo bo had in grey, red and black, black and whito plaids, etc., etc. 2, 2.TO, $3.25, 3.75 to 0 11-4 heavy WOOL BLANKETS in whito, slightly polled; theso blankets aro MAUKKI) 1'AIt 11K LOW THEIH ACTUAL VAL UE. An oarly visit to our coun ters will convince vou of these j extraordinary bargains. 55, 76o and $1. Heavy comfortables at these LOWl'IUOKS. Theso will un doubtedly attract the attention of you who ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

tf,V Fred .ianb's, Specials ,fof AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT ATMs weeK. Daer's Lancaster Almanac P'nr isoo Bti Arrived t STEINBACHER'S, IO E. IVInrtci Sti Knur Klli.. iTnJtiftnlni. tlitUr OvftteriSbj'p'jr t .turlcoyfc nud BiiKintiipi uroiica roiyirjr reopless Cash Meat Market, ION. Howard!. 4- : VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 222 AKRON. OHIO, THURSDAY 'EVENING. JANUARY 4. 1800. PRICE ONE CENT HAY STOP Seizing German Ships or There'll be War. ANOTHER COMBINATION MUSIC The East Market Street A. A. Jk. Of Whiteware Manufac turers Formed. Skating Park Wanted Information Setback For Buller, Of Wedding Bells laid I oo. I And Salisbury Was Glad to Give It. ,t- Tells Why American Flour Was Seized. Gormany Doesn't Regard Bundersrath Seizure As Quite so Perfunctory a Matter Strong Protest. London, Jan. 4. (Spl.) Secretary Hoy's dispatch on the Hour seizures at Delugoa bay was read to Lord" Sal isbury yesterday by Ambassador Choate, a special Interview being granted beforo tho usual diplomatic leceptlou. The S...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

wbwbzl.:& $Wv' iwRlmww )1 AKHOH DAILY DEMOCRAT, THUBSDAY, JAHTJABY 8,'lOOQ In . ASSURED BY TUE CZAR. Russia Won't Meddle In Soutn Africa, . MEA53 I'JUSCE WILL BE QUICT. Inhumation nn flood Authority Thitt flret Tlrltaln Will Nat TUe l)cla;oi Ilaj lluers Shelled n Fort nt lilni nerley Some Other War Tferrs. Loxnos, Jan. . Tho Vienna corre spondent of Tho Standard say: "Emperor NicholM hai assured the Urltlsli ambassador at St. Potorsburg, Sir O. 8. Scott, that Groat Britain need not (car Intervention or any sort of dlf flculty from Tlnssin in tho picsont Booth African complications. This may fairly he Interpreted as nn assnraubo Includ ing an indirect proinlti that Franco will abstain from creating difficulties for England." Lojidos, Jan. 4. Information was received on good authority that Great Britain will not take Delago.i hay. Tho British government, it wn addod, did not contcmplato uny suoh step, In spite of tho clamor of the press and publlo opinion upon iho advisability of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

p&-mF AKJION DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1000 NEW YEAR THOUGHTS DR, TALMAQE MAKES SOME PRAC TICAL SUGGESTIONS. XV Shnnld Malta (bo Most of Onr Brief LlTtiaInlldcUtr the Source I Itaoh Woe Clirlat's Matchless Stories. Cop.nlcht, Louts Elopich, IBM).) WXsiiixaTo-f, Dei. 31. In this holi day discourse Dr. Talmsgo takes the opportunity of offering soldo very prac tical and useful suggestions; text, Psalms xc, 0, "We spend our jenrs ns tale that Is told." The Israelites wero 4o years In tlio wilderness, and duilng !!8 years of the 40 nothing Is' recorded of them, nuil, I suppose, no otter emigrants lmd a duller or ware uninteresting time than tbey bad. Bo tuey got to telling stories stprles concerning themselves or eon. cernlng otuersf-storlcs about the brick kilns of Egypt, where they had tolled in slavery; stories nbout bow tho wa ters of the Ited sea piled up Into pal isades nt their crossing; story of the lantern bung In the heavens to guide them by night; story, of Ibis...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

RSIHnMTRMHaLLMSIHLBLHNLLLLH wwSvJsJSniuSiaffw?59f! l?li!SiUWWWWIlil! AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, TKUB9DTAY, JANXTABY 4, 1000 MkiuaM.;,.;i.:gmfa.ia.. "rV ' WiPWSr aax ' i? i'f ' I- ' 'if A r If rl 5 1 i I. r. I 1 ' r 0 , h THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Edlton and Mtntgeri. ED. H. Da La COURT, Mgr. Adverililng Oipl. CIIAS. A. MAItVIN....Xcws Editor rUIlLISIIKD IJY TIID AKItON DEMOCRAT CO. ori'icm Democrat Mock, Nob. ISO nnd 137 8. Mala Street. Long Distance l'liono 180. orricEna and DiiiEOTons: I'rcaldcnt JAMEH V. W1JI.HI1 Vlo President A. T. 1'AIHi: Secretnry .'..I'llBD W. UAYIMl Treasurer 51. W. HOVE Edw. B. Harter....Dr. 0. W. Milllkln Ed. It. Do La Court. Entered at the. poatoflko at Akron, Ohto, as second class mnll mutter. Delivered orcry opening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. Tly mall ?2 50.... $1.25 for six niontlm OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. THTJH8DAY, JAN. 4, 1000. As tbo mercury goes donn the price of conl goes up...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

AKRON TDAliiTT DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1000 HIGH TIDE Sold to Easterners. An Akron Horse Brought a Large Price. Simms and Touhoy Have Parted Company. Akron Pugulist Got Shori End of It. Has Two Matches In Sight Local Sporting News. In Hie fall of 1807, I'. T. McCourt, the Hi orymnii. sold lo "ratty" Rates the Madison Square Garden Iioikc dealer, Hlgli Tide, a bay trotlug feolil iug. Tho horse's Bho Is Kl Itcitle, ip contly pureliased liy II. C. Corson, of tills city. ' Mr. McCourt sold tho horso for n good sum, but will not slato how much. A few weeks ago Mr. Bates sold tho horso and tho "Amcrlcun Sportsman" In commenting on It said tho price paid n as "enormous " IIAA'IJ PAltTHD COMPANY, Alt Slmuis has biokeu uwny fiom Ills manager, Gcorgo Touhoy. Ho claims that he has not been rerehlng fair treatment at tho hands of the Boston man. Homo time ago Shunts' friends told hlui that ho was not get ting his sliaro of tho light money, Wednesday the Akiou Hghu eight iieut to Clciclan...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

vrxiQw AKItCW DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1000 fMJ,Si i 1 r i k T Bw w Dr. Franco'" chlof consulting nnd examining physician of tho Franco Medical Institute," by request will visit tho following towns on dates named. Consultation free and Invited. Akron,.. 0., Empire House, F'ridEsy, Jan. S, 1900, From 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. ONE DAY ONLY. Cantoe, Ohio, Hotel Yohe, Thursday, J sin. (,. yjMii THE FRANCE PHYSICANS ARE SPECIALISTS. On whoYitaccs hit whole energies tohtudlng and lirnclklng some particular disease Our Long Experience, Remarkable Skill and. Universal Success for the Past Twenty Years Fnlltle Us to the Full Confidence of the Afflicted. It Celts Bo More to Employ an Expert Ihia to Risk Tour Lite with as Inexperienced Pajsldla No Monoy Roqulrod ol Rpspontlbls rartle lo Commonee Treatment. THE FRANCE SYSTEM OF TREATMENT. Tho Science of Medicine has improvul wonderfully during tho Inst few years, and for this great piogrei,sv,u urn Imldittd chlelly to those physicians who ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 January 1900

Wr AlHp DAILY DuWoitAT. HUHSD AY JANUABr 4, 1000 3 DEMOCRAT'S LINERS . . . . wmmmmmmmmammm THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HETiP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE PEOPLE'S COLUMNS! ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c WMWWWWWWWWWi Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines, in writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. LOST. LOST On WoiltiDbilnj, l!7tli, nn i:igln open fiuc gold watch iteturu or kend 'word to City Ilitud laundry anil etch o rovvniri. 211) 218 FOR RENT. FOR ItKNT-At 323 South Oollogo fit, Ave or mota rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Bath looin. Fur nace, electric lights, etc. Cult at 107 Frank st. 218 220 WANTED. V ANTED A .good, onc-lioisc power electric motor. Address T. (!, tills olllcc. 220 220 (VANTED A. second hand typonrlter. Addioss 1". II., Demo...

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