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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 January 1900

y iwwjgj !rc:t Sfitf "' I -WSJM AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT,, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1000 ? Si 'I ' i I. i !if The Weather Friday Fair Colder. Does It pay to innko your own undergarments? Not If you can buy xvell-inndo, well-llttfng un dorwear at thcso prices. Corset Covers Fc and 10c high neck muslin cor set covorn with foiled senilis. 15c low square nock front, V baok, embroidery trimmed. 2.1o low round neck, V and nqunro shapes, trimmed with em broidery or lace, 20 styles to pick from. 29c to f 1.2.1 French corset covers Ladles' Nlfjht Gowns GOc muslin, high nock yoke of Insertion and tucks, ouiplro and surplice neck, sleeves edged with cambric rullle. 75c muslin, round and snuaro yoko, trimmed with fine tucks and rows of Insertion, nock and slooves trimmed with ombroldery (1 fine cnmbrlo, nqunro yoko trimmed with rows of Insertion, nock trimmed with embroidery and ribbon. 1 1.2.1, $1.75 to $2 Kowns made of cambrlo or nainsook. White Skirts BOo muslin, dcop rullle, trimmed with embroide...

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. — 13 January 1900

mffifi&mi W7 Everybody Reads AKRON GOLD Sliver, KIcklo and Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses Atvery low prices, Call nnil neo how well we can fit you. GEO. S. DALES & SON. DEMOCRAT. X The Democrat ...NOW... VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 230 AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 13.1900. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY RELIEF Comes to Ladysmith. This Report Cheers Old London, , But It's Only a Report-- Boers Repulsed In an Effort to Take British Position. London Volunteers Get a Great Send-Off. London, Jan. 13. (Spl.) It Is re ported here that Ladybmltli hns been relieved by General Warren. The re port Is not confirmed. ". London, Jan. 13. (Spl.) The War office ndds one more name to tho list of those killed In the light nt Mnfek Ing on December 20. It also states that three of tho wounded have died. London, Jan. 13. (Spl.) Tho first five hundred London volunteers. 'started for South Africa this morning and received nn enthusiastic send-off. Desplto the early hour of the start ' seven a.m. the st...

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. — 13 January 1900

pjTyrawraMmw tmf&nm($. I, "rv pps?iH'r'r'S'ii'flT. v 'JWf HH -.', v, "artn v'H.7TS; AKRON DAILY DEMOOHAaVSAT-tTRDAY, iTANTj'AltY 13,'ioOO If w IL Si GOLD OUST K3F F Vr U The Best Washiilt) Powder. Cleans Everythlnn from Cellar to Garret ALL ABOARD PERISHED. Unknown Ship Went to Pieces Off Newfoundland. STOItJf I'RKTEMED AN IlESCULS. Utenoats Trolmlilr Were llrnkrn 'p Through Mismanuircment In the Fnnlfl of the Doomed Orevr nml rassencers. Soma Likely I'erlnlieil 1 runt Cold. Bt. Johns, JT, 1'., Jan 13 .Tho fol-. lowlngxcomprlso sotno of details regard ing tho wreck in fct. Mary's bay that cnuld bo obtained: Tho ship is a iwo nastcd steamer of nearly .1,060 toafimd probably caixlod a crow (d (10, with possibly somo passengers. She wcut nihoro before daybreak on Thursday, striking a ledfi'e nt tho lootiof tho clltl, where escape vroa liopeloas.i9 The crow launohod the b?ats, but prr-bably daring the paulo some -were crushed against licr sides, others being sv. nmpod 'mil nil tho o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

AKRON DAILT PEMOOItAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1900 imwvwMgYrrrwjrt&AwrMwmii!mrAwmi.'9MM.w.wwuimimwAvvirJmY?iimMmiMmwmm.iLwm ,'iA..rgill,.T-...rMrjtivtMfcriadwriiftxin my i treated, frequently result la pemlancnt'ailments too often resorts to unnccssary women of every one's acquaintance made invalids by operations for "womb troubles", show that Wine of Cardul has not come into popular use, too toon. Mrs. Booker's trial of Wine of Cardul gave her happiness, health, and. freedom front, suffering, in place of the offensive operation with which she was threateked. 'Whatra change! T? For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department,'' The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. SUCCESSOR To Rev. E. R. Milliard Will. Not bo Named For Several Weeks. Supply Committee Con sidering Number Of Excellent Men-Pulpit Will be Supplied. Subjects For Sunday Sermons In This City. The Supply committee of Grace Ko formed church will not ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

mmmmmsmm wmmmmm man uUuim?a .(""M V JjJIj UiHUoAMiyMi !9W SVWWt-p3R'" ""A7S.W Jijfgfl AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1900 JPJJMI1' Tjffiffiftf&Sft n . 4 hfc 0 i . w THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Mantgan. ED. H. DE U COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dopi. CIIA8. A. MAllVlN....Ncws Editor rUHLISIIKD BY Tnn Akron dkiioCiiat co. OFFICE: Democrat Block, No. 133 anil 137 S. Main street. Long Distance, I'houo ISO. ornenns and DinKCTons: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. 1'AIOE Secretary FUKD W. GAYBIl Treasurer M. W. HOXD Edw. S. Hnrtcr....Dr. C. W. Mllllkln Ed. It. De La Court. , r Entered nt the postolllce nt Akron, Ohio, ns second-class mall matter. Delivered every ctenlng by carrier boy 5 CENTS A WEEK, lly mall ?'.' K0....?t.2.1 for Mr months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. IOO. BATUrtDAV, JAN. 13, 1000. Keep your eje on tho pronoun! rip per legislation for the gnwrnnicut nt Canton. It Is lietlei ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

yr ; AKROtt TifaliYjDlfolopTlA.'V, SATTTItDAY, JANITAiiy 13t 1000 i 'Te-- H. .. T DEAL CLOSED. The Details Have Been Adjusted. All Agreement Between Two Electric Lines Formally Ratified. Tho dcnl between tlio 0. & II. Elec tric nnd 0. St M. V. Traction company nnd tho,. Ilnmllton S. I.lpdenwdM company baa been concluded, says the Ilnmllton Democrat. Tho preliminary ngrecment that was entered Into on Tuesday after noon of last 'neck has been carried out. The details have been a matter of arrangement and slnco tho afore said dato all the cnergy'lms been 'de voted to the adjustment of the details. Will Christy, Mr. Mcndclbaum -and Attorneys Wilcox and Oolllster, of Cloveland, together with Shephard & Shaffer tho Hamilton attorneys for the C. &. II. electric nnd Mllllkln 4. Bhotts attorneys for tho II. & U company. and tho officials of tho II. & L met nt tho offlco of "Mllllltln &'Shotts and finally closed up tho matter. Urtvfls noon when tho conferenco rirdod an...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

txtrnmMmaMKMK ISttHUttIMBi'TIMF'Mt 'ssimsi'i mmm F&jAltif wM-iv-ww111 -& mm ywfvus 'ktIvw v'lWIVl AiCKOJT DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATUKDATV-.iTANTrABY 18, 1800 &', I: L IN f. I' ir fl ! B (fl l' HI "''-t 'A '50 - Akron Men Will Race. Weise and Rankin Pre paring For the Trip. Simms Benefit Was a Great Success. Will Not Moot Jack Farroll at Nilos. The Bell Saved Kid McCoy Local Sporting News. Two Akron riders Mill compete for rich prizes otTercd uh-yvlu lutein Ht tho ;nrls Ilxpiwllloii. .Tolin Wlcse mill .Tames Unnkln. tlto fnstcst team In this section, mo now making nriangonients tor tlie trip, They will meet some of the woilil's glentcst rlileis. Their Mends In Ak ron, ami they are legion, pieillet a Trent nidus future for the joung men. SIMMs- ni:.Ni:i'rr, The crowd In attcnilaiico upon the benefit Riven Fildny night by (he North End athletic as'oeliitoii for Ait KlmniK was estimated at 3.10. Keats for 1!00 weio niiangeil. All vver till ed nnil a largo munlicr worn obliged to s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

.iry-iMr4;a-.a-'"-iTw? htwrTmmmmi 'utmRimmmm..j.tvjr " ""' lnu tw i.ivuiwrl.,iiyijrerTB'i ''iT T ' -"- '" -' r "Tyr ' "V t'U'T. " r -7' "7-- J . AKRON DAITJY DEMOCRAT. SATUTlJ-AYy JANUARY 18, 1000 1 ',, '." r ' t DEMOCRAT'S LINERS . . . . THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT. Ytift WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT,, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO '..Imi-rvnrr.'rnT Ti, .wr- 'fii r V XiVii.DJ If!) .UJlJli asaa-aa DEMOCRAT'S...,. PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ?!f3$3 aisag ADVERTISING RATES, IN THESE COLUMNS: 4 Lines, toe Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Jimes, 25c iwwwwwwww Telephone 180 Yoqr Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be pit Into FOUR lines. In writing: jour want advertisements please follow this rule. FOUND. SOUND Female dog. Owner cnu reclaim by pro!ng ptoperty nnd paying expenses nt 003Ji 8. High street. 210 218 LOST. LOST Pox terrier puppj , hlte, black head and black spot on hips; leather collar. Finder will do a grieved lit t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 January 1900

-r'V br.-r-err' ir v ' iMitt AlfcltON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATUEDAX, JANTJABY 13, lBOo - PPT IW . ! - ' V it l i W' I ' MWI , . i ! Taesr"5ri receipts I' ie, rromouniy "";. , I ! '( ; The Weather Sunday J ', , ' J rrobnbly Bain. i ' . Special Sale Ladies' Mus lin Underwear. - ''- - ' ' i Kid Gloves and Mittens $1 a pr. The best kid glove ever placed on n dry Roods counter, In tlic grade ivo handle. Never luvto wo done such ft Ills business In Kid fllovps as In tlic season Hint has recently passed. Hut wo .ought, when & linndlo tlic best up;todate clove that Is in tlic country Every imlr guaranteed. ! jTwo-clasp or hook, all Bhades. ,'V ' 75c a pr. Not sneli a good glnvo ns our dol-. lar Krnilc, but a' Rood glove for 7." cents, In clasp only. $1.50 a pr. Superior to our -tljglovo mid also carries a guarantee ylth It. Any shade you deslVe'f Two-clasp or hook. This glove n highly recom mended for Its splendid lilting qualities. SOc a pr. Ladles Lino Dhicl; HJlk Mittens, probably not ho ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

maMgnwmmaKmwayjj SZTETZSEET? WTBfar TSFT8 -f.-jTlTr-nT7-T V"lTJ!"nyf7rcp3 ---, t 4 if :Jf- Everybody Reads rThe Democrat ...NOW... AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Fred Lanb's Specials for" This Week. Hpsro Whs Tfmltrlolni, Dalle Ovm rr Sic pre tit Tnrktryi ana bit kini of brent d 1'ouUry People's Ccsh Meat Marker, t UK. Howard St. thv VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 231 BATTLE Along the Tugela. England In Fever of Excitement Over News Roceived Today From the Front. Report That Warren Crossed Tugela Discredited. juller's Advance to Relief of Lady smith Begins. London, Jan 15. (Spl) Thoio Is every reason to believe that the great est battle of tho Boei war Is raging today along tho Tugela IUver for moie than 25 miles. Colenso Is the center of tho line, rot glelcrs drift at the west Ir the oxtienio left, and Weonen or Inhlnwes mouii tain at the cast In the light of the lino of battle. Buller U nt Potgleters ihltt lighting to turn tho Boers' flauk there and lush on to Lndysraltb. Clery Is nt Colenso engaging...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOoVlTMOKDAYj JANUARY 16, 100CT Persistent Rumor to That Ef fect at Durban. THE BOERS DESERTED COLENSO. tYerren Scouts ronnd None, When tie Starched fttatward Vrom l'rere There Were nuuiort Thnt lloere ,Vere Preparing- to Leeve Xfttftl. Uvnaxx, Friilajr, Jan. 12. Tho entire absence ol nows from Chlovoloy or Frere Camp coutluucs, bnt tncre li a persist ent ramor hero thnt Ladrsnilth linn been relieved. ljoswt.. Jan. 15. AiHiputcu to Tho Dally Mall, dated January 12, from yieloruiarltiburg. said! "Sir Charles Wiirreu marehod with 11,'JOU mou eastward from Frere liy way of Wecnon. His scouts found no sign of the enemy at Urobler'n kloof uud H1IIITAL or A KAFFIR HUNTTO1 THOU I.4DT- Huiin. Coleus? was ascertained to bo ilosertcd. 'Thcro are minora that the Boers are preparing to leavo Natal, discouraged by their fniluro to rednco Ladvsmlth. All -tha Colonials and irregular havo boon placed under Qoucral Warron's roimuaud. "Anions tho Freo Statera klllod in tho attack on Lad...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

lffl$ AKRON DAILY DEMOCItA, MpKBAY, JANTTABY IB, 1900 S - M - M - I - H - W - ! - H - HHH rHMHWH - H"l - ri - l - l - H - HH I ' RGUINRLDO'S; CAPTIVES P v:: ut,.i .m.'.m.i.m..i.;.m.m. I. i.m. ;,.t.,: ..HH.!.H.H.KH.H!.wH.H.j.KM4.H.w.H. With the rescue of Lieutenant J. O (illluorp it the Kiii)bont Yorktovvn l7 Colonel Hare's UjIuk column of United StntM regulars ends one of the most thillllng tinil romantic experiences of the i'bUlpitlno war, .comklnlnc us It doea a story of captivity, privation and hard 'ship and dcinljr peri! tbut lias been rate ly equaled In the 'anhals of the wnrfme of tho. United Mates . On April 1", it w 111 be remembered, the gunboat Vorktowu steamed Into the bay of Daler, on the eastern const of Luzon, and lay off the mouth of a (.hollow creek which nlnds up from the bay to the town f Baler, uheio a Spanish force of lea than 100 soldier hud Intienchcd them selves In one of the solid, massive churih cs. In the command were three oUlccra FAOADED AS CAPTIVES. and...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

AKIUMT DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY, JANUARY IB, Wjj Mi if. 'f r Mi- 1 t !f. I : 1 v i n ?; I ! Ut ft THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW, 8. HARTER FRED W. QAYER Editors Hid Mantgori. ED. H. DE U COURT, Mgr. Advertising Depl. CHA8. A. MARVIN.... Kcira Editor , PUBLISHED BY THE AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFriOE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 lfc S. Malu Street. Long Dlstnnco I'liono 180. OFFICEIIS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. IIOYE Edw. S. Harter....Dr. C. W. MllllUIn Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered at tlio pontotllco at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every evening by carrier toy 5 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $2.ti0....$1.2j for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. MONDAY, JAN. IB, 1000. Wooden shoes beat gum shoes nil hollow In Saturday's Fourth ward election. K1lM, - 'An Akron lawyer rrinnrK that the Deacon's porennlnl display ot had blood toward lis moro prosperous ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

;KttW?5 t AKIiON DAILy BEJIO.OWAT. MONDAY, JANTTABY IB, 1000 M. O'IMEIL. & CO SPECIAL SALE OF KID GLOVES ON Tuesday Morning, Jan. 16 We will place on Sale eovoral lots of Indies and misses' kid gloves at Extremely Low Prices 1 lot small sizes, slightly soiled, formerly $1 and $1.50, for 25c pr 1 lot black, sizes 5 and 6, formorly $1, for 50c pr 1 lot colored, all sizes, formorly $1, for 50C pr 1 lot black and colored, formerly $1.25 for T5c pr 1 lot 8 and 12 button Suedo Mousquotairo at HALF PRICE 1 lot Monarch 5 and 6, formerly $2, for .'$1.25 pr 1 lot misses' colored, formerly $1, for SOC pr Front of Main Entranoe ML O'lMEIL. & CO. MR. CLERKIN Gives His Views on Water Works Purchase. Says Hit Remarks Stirred up "Some of the Bears." NiNB To tho Editor: Tlioio appeared In tho columns of your paper 'Wednesday evening certain statements made by me. While t have no apology to offer or mako for those statements, some corrections and omissions are neces sary In order to show mo a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

&?$& ?-r itfiiii-. ,,. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, JANUARY IB, lboo .Jl I- 'l! i t r 1 I ! i .: LIGHTS OF THE FADE. , , , . j , DR. TAUMAQE CAULS ATTENTION TO THE HUMAN EYE, Marvels of Thin Orgnti Pnirr the In finite WlRilom of the Crentrr 1)1 Ylnelr Cnnatrnctpil I.lalithnaaen of the Soul. lCoFj-rlght, Louis niorncb, 1300. ' Wasiilnotox, Jan. 14. la this dls- course Dr. Talmagc, In Ills own way, calls attention to that part of the hu man body never perhaps discoursed upon In the pulpit and challenges tis all to the study of omniscience. Text, Psalm xelv, 0, "lie that formed the eye, shall ho not see?" The Imperial organ of the human sjstom Is tho eye. All up and down 'the Bible God honois It, extols It, Illus trates It or ariulgus It. Kivo bundled und thirty-four times Is It mentioned In tho Bible. Onmlpievncs-"the ejes of the Lord are In ovtiy place." Divine caro "as the npplo of tho eye." Tho clouds "the eyelids of the morning." Irreverence "the eye that tuuckctli ut Its...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

PepWP A1QION DAIJJY PISMO.gitA'i'. MJCWPAVi, JAKUJLllT IB , 1000 DEMOCRAT'S LINERS th4 'easiest way GET WHAT YOU WHETHER IT BE A HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE 5933 PEOPLE'S ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One 4 Lines, Three Telephone 180 Your Wants Will lie 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. WANTED. .WANTED. County usent with smtill Capital. Ilnqulro for Mansfield nt Arlington Hotel, 100 West Market St. 231-233 WANTED A house of four or five rooms pear corner Main aud Will Sts. Must have natural gas. Ad dress "D," care Democrat. 231-33 JWANTED-Sltuntlon wauled by Reg istered Pharmacist as clerk In drug ,storo or other clerical work; good ref erences furnished. Address, Phar macist, this otllcc. Can speak Ger man, BohemknnndEngllsh. 231-33 .WANTED A modern equipped house, with from 8 to 10 rooms; rent n6t t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 January 1900

' I Mil BCTPH taPHMJMygfFJwfc 3taJfcJai?gRtVwtriJK 7JjqTlfi? 'sswM'Hjrag' AKHON DAILY DEMOCTRAT, MONDAY, JANTJABY 16, 1900 . J f ' ft p I I . IU ill i I ' . i ? M I -A && m i The Weather Tuesday : M Rain. ; Boston Slore Dally Store News Linens Linens An up to Onto I.I lion .Stock tilled with the best mnterlnls money can buy. Wo nru often asked how It Is we sell I.tncnx no cheap. Because we buy In largo quantities for rash, and it a Ion price cuu bo given, we get It. Table Linens ?l.25ajard Snow white I.lnen with largo llg ,ure, such as American Beiiuty.I.II lies. Tulips etc., with full :Jl-nap-kins to match. $1 a yard Tull "2 Inch Bleached Table I.lnen, not so heavy us tl.o ?l.'J.r finality, but will give good satisfaction, with napkins to mutch. 75c a yard Without n douht we havo tho best 75c Ijinen ever placed on n coun ter. You will pay .fl for tho samo 'goods before long. 50c a yard Our leader. It Is a leader of low prices for n good material. AVe have, u uig variety of ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 January 1900

nmrgwaaa fciwar MMTHW SS tJr-fJ rswpi-v ff VL'I J ,T- fi- I'wvRPF&n fVI lOTTTV S twin .4 in', r W pe: 1 r i if 3 ) t Everybody Reads The Democrat ...NOW... VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 232 PLOTTED To Ruin Reputation Of President Baker of Anti-Saloon League. Summit County Girl's Name Is Used In Connection With a Sensa tional Story. Wanted Letter of Recommendation Local End, Columbus, Jan. 10 (Spl ) Iter. Y. A Baker, president of tho Anti-Saloon League and formerly a Cleveland cit izen, Is the authority for the allega tion that certain agents of the llfiuoi leaguo recently enteieil Into n plot to ruin his reputation. Mr. Bnker pays that some time be fore the election ho tccelved an appli cation from the neice of an cv-Rrpio-sentatlvo to tlio Ohio Legislature for n position as stenogiapher In his Co lumbus office. The jouiig woman worked in the otiiee of the league for some time, and finally when thlng (jot dull she was dismissed. She ic quested that she might bo allowed to come and sl in ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 January 1900

f.. MED PETTIGIOT. Wolcott Both Assailed and Ridiculed Him. JIE ALSO TiCKLED BEYERIDUE. fold IIU Attitude That We Should Hold The Fhlllpplues for Their Jtlelineis, Tm Unworthy The rmltlon of th I'rciM.nt night. Washington, Jan. 10. Tho resolu tion of Mr. Pcttigrew, calling upon ths secretary of war for cortatu informa tion regarding tho Philippine insurrec tion was laid beforo the scnato, after ths conclusion of tho routine business. Mr. Pettigrow declined Mr. Hoar's ro quest to substitute for his rosolntiou on tho same subject the one presented by 'Mr. Hoar. Mr. Berry (Ark.) had read tho reso lution offered by Mr. Bacon (Gi.) and also Mr. Beverldgo (lnd.). Thoso who deslnd to discuss tho Philippine qacotlaii, be .said, wcro mot by the objoction that they wore aiding those who were in arms against tho United States, and wroiosponslblo for the loss of llio among tho soldiers. Ho regarded this position da absolutely un warranted, and declared that no man who was a man would bo deterre...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 January 1900

; fl)3rpawppv,'w-' rft mmmEtediSm AKRON DAILT DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANTTABY 10, MOO GOLD TfausewofkihadwpriiwitliotttGoldDusr WASHING CROCKS AND MILK VESSELS A tr( detl dptnda upon Iht cirtol crocks or pan Id wMch milk U kept. Tber ifaould be vubduiooa at poiilbfo iftcr bclni uicd. RlnM flrtt with cold viter, thca vth thomihlr l&tldt tad out with hoi witer la which coough ol Gold Dust Wasting Powder bis btca dlaiolvcd to tnk food tuds Flnlah if rloslni with tcildlng wiierj wlpt drf and act tnt, with rltbt aldo up 10 tbo (rcih air and sua blue, and tber will U clean and aweet. tort fn t9 ! tv- CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. fople For the Week neglnnlnc Jan 14 Comment by Ilev.'S. II. IJoylc. Tone In the fst- country Luke xr, H 2t In answer to the charges o tho Phari sees that He received sinners and ato with them Jesus spoke tho three para bles of this chapter tho parables of tho lost sheep, the lost coin and tho prodigal son Ills purpose was to show that Uo had come Into the world to seek and...

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