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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 January 1900

AKHOX DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1000 ,', i I rA7! i i qywi& ; THK WKATMER WKDXKSDAV. ! ' ' Snow. The Talk of the Town is: ;. The Great Mill End Sale now going on at the Ito-ton Slurp, Willi such great Midline Hut we can't trait on nil the trade lint wo ndIo you to koctT coming; this sale lasts for ten ilays yet. I.ook here from Hi n.ni. to 11 n.m. Wed nesday. c will put on sale one solid rae of children's riblicd dl-i-ycle lnsc regular price 2V, In go at I.V two jialrs to a customer. Don't fall In cii nil over the store ami hi- tin' dig variety of Mill Ends that we display at .Mill Cud prices. Here Are a Few Men wool cniiK'l 5 hair socks, regular 2He Mill End Trier "I. UNC0NC10US When He Was Found. Breeden's Riqht Leq Mashed Below Knee. Burke's Comrades Acted as Pall Bearers. Sale. Remains Taken to Navarre For Interment. Men's heavy tilarlElc- workiiig shlrts,reg- Mlll End I'rlifo 2.V. Ijillos' heavy lleooed underwear. regular .i)e Mill i:ml Prlii- rsv. Tiillo Rlivl g...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

r" T-wwrfTPt' 'v t Everybody Reads AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Spr ttibs, TendGrlnfni, Bam OtUm2jo nr qt. Tqrkv Ml all kinds of Ilrriioct Poultry People's Cash Heat Market, IirH.Howarlit. The Democrat ...NOW... VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 245 AKRON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 31. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT TiFWMSrrFfggifFIZ v k FRENCH GETS SETBACK, TOO. Badly Defeated by the Boers in the Neighborhood of Colesburg. Report That Gen. Bulier is to Make Another Attempt to Relieve Lady smith Is Discredited. Ladysmith Garrison Reports: "We Feel Natural Disappointment, But Little Despon dency" Sends Heliogram. British Delieve Their Only Hope to Win Is In the Power of Superior Numbers Late War News. London, Jan. JJ1 (Spl.) -The official Boer returns give their losses in the fight at Spion Kop as 53 killed and 120, wounded. The British losses were 2,(500. London, Jan. 3L (Spl.) A cable gram froni Pretoria published tills morning' Rjirs - Hint Generator French V ri -. 3 ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

AKHON DAILY DEMOCBAT. WEDNESDAY, JANTTABT 31 MOO m : i 7 I II fe ..' V COEBELWILL DIE Opinion of All but Ona of His i Physicians. THE ASSAS3IN IS UNKNOWN. BTiittaker, the Man Placed Under Arrest, Believed Not to Be Oolltr. MILITIA CALLED TO FBASEFORT. Shoe rlrett From a llnllillnc Oecnpled fir Some of the State Offlcers, Htrttck Sir. Goebel, I'asslnff Clear Thronsh I71a Ilody-Tlio night Lung the Only fatal Organ Htruck Internal Weeding Alarmed II la t'lijslclans Tho Damn "tlo Contestant For tha (lovernor.. sblp U'm Walking Aloog tha Htreet Willi THo tumpanlona When 1I Wat lilt Four or lira Other bkota ailssed Their Mark Adjutant (leneral Collier Ordered not Mllltls Immediately After Word Was Pent Hint by (1 Ternor Tay lor Uxcllament Was Intense. Franetoiit, Ky Jan. .11. Senator Goebel, although resting oaslly, was nonsidcrert in very bail condition, owing to internal bleeding. All tho pliysi. clans, with ono exception, oxpected bint to dlo b.'loro thin moral".?, although nil were ag...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

Bwrejr 'S'jpyjE -..-y-j.p.-., AKItOX DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. .TAITDAJiX 31. 1300 -0 FISHHOOKS Arranged In a Trap. h Was Set to Catch .People's Faces, But Was Very Fortunately Discovered ' Before Harm Was Done Affi davits Are Plenty. D. R." Ewlng Accused of Embezzle ment Other Cases. An nttrnipt to ilo physical 'Injury to the finullj of f Mimics A. ir.is"iuicht, or 7(KJ South Itrondwiiy.liits been reported 1o the police. kStiuic one iirningcil n liumlicr of llh hooks In Ki'iipplc form on u slrlnK, se curely fiiMencd tiie string on tlic ritwi nilclit liottxc, nhd then Mrolclicd it nloni; the, pa Hi leading tluougli the buck ynrd, ntmiifted so Hint the hooks would liiinjr down Inn position to ciitcli v,iioecr wnlKcd along the path. The, ti:ip wiik n very dangerous one. nn any olid might Iuim' received IhJuiIch by Mhlch his or her cjcdglit would lin been de.Miojod, to Miy notliing of thu palu pr dlJllgimitlon to other purls of the faro. Hut, fcirtiin.il vly, the cruel delce was illMo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

WliWSWPiiappiwiis immtfmmsm&SIsM-' R 4 AKBON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1000 t) l,$n .n I' tf I e i ' i. ti i-r N t ' J! THE DAEY DEMOCRAT EDW. S.- HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Maaagert. ED. H. DE U COURT, Mgr. Adertiilng Oept. CBAS. A. SIABVIN....NOWS Editor PUBLISHED BT AKUOX DEMOCBAT CO. TUB OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 1ST S. Main Street Long Distance Tnonc ISO. OFFICERS AND DIItECTOItS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAICIK Secretary mED W. GAYEK Treasurer M. W. nOVE KUw. 8. Harter Dr. C. W. MUlikln Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered at the im-tMflaa fll Akron, Ohio, as setuuj-class maif matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3 Oil.... $1.00 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. IOO. WEDNESDAY, .IAN. 31, 1900. A HIT BIRD FLUTTERS." Last Thurwljy night the Iloer ejm Iathy meeting mi held at I In; opera houxe. It w.ik lirgel- nltcuilcd. Its proceeding"!, from hi-...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

-- THAT BOER MEETING. The Crowd Grows Larger Day by Day A T Messrs. Soy bold and Tobin, Its Projectors, Give Their Opinion r of the Beacon's Sneering Criticism. mi ine ureai dug on tne uonar onoe oaie At Phlnncy's Old Stand, 117 S, Howard st, AKXION" DAILY JDEMOCBAT. EDNESDATT, JANUARY 31, 1W) Editor Louis SeyboM ,of the Genua nla, and Manager W. T. Tobin. of SL O'Xen & Company's store, who. nctua ted by the wishes or a large number of Akron citizens, made all preliminary arrangements for the Boer sympathy meeting at the Grand opera, house last Th.un.da3r, appointing the officers and assixnlnc the speakers, read -with no Undiy feelings the editorial comment of the Beacon Journal on the crening the meeting was held, and that which appeared In the Beacon last night. Both Messrs. Seybold and Tobin have expressed the opinion that the principles of liberty are too sacred to be sneered at. and the devotion the Boers show to their country, is too commendable to be referred to In a sar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

rrjuHEB"3 AKROX DALLY DllOCILiVT. TrEDX-ESDY, .7A2TUAHY 31, isw ll ,1 k in 7 Dr. Franco's chief consulting mid examining physician of the Franco Medical Institute, by request will vllt the following towns on dates nnined. Consultation freo nnd Invited. Akron, 0., Empire House, FVicSay, F"efc. JS, I900, From 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. ONE DAY ONLY. Canton, Ohio, Hotel Yohe, Thursday, Feb. I. - A Man Eminent In His Profession OUT m THE COLD. AND Known Throughout the State as One of the Most Successful Living Specialists. I KBrOWPERU5AI3 THE BEST OATASEH CUBE OH EARTH." Consumption, Asthma Catarrh Cured at Lt. Our great Invention cum by destroy!::; the Rerun which 'odo li I i passages and cause the ilfcease. It impregnates every 'article of air bre - irtl. yet leaves it free from moisture, thus ensiling this iowerful germ ilestro; i o reach every jiart of the air passages In the head, throat, anil lnas, where 'tat once kills the bacilli which cause Catarrh. Deafness-, Asthma, Coughs. t'!dj. Br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

" r AKHOJT DAII.T5 DEMOCBAT. WKDiNJiSDAY, JLN UABY 31. t ..vl in DEMOCRAT'S LINERS THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, BssssBiiiBlijBi iVHiHHHw WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE aaa3a PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS': 4 Lines, One 4 Lines, Three JWWWWWWWWWi Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be rccclred, for publication In the Democrat, oy null, telephon:, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. In writing jour want adrertljejnents please follow this role. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WAXTED-A good girl for general housework. Mrs. A. llonstedt, 217 North Arlington st. 210 tf WAXTED-Glrl wanted for general housework; no w ashing; good wage. Mrs. Delia Strunk, 128 North IIow anl st 243 tf WANTED. II' YOU WANT to buy a grocery, If jon want to sell your grocery. If you I want to bay a saloon, if yon want to sell your saloon or any other busi ness, call on E. M. Toung, room 30 and 31 Akron Savings bank build ing. Telepho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 January 1900

twinis &t& AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, JANTTAIIY 31, 1900 REFUSED -l ..&gi&iSL. aaaBAbDEbTriM Special Cap Sale I "fliwuuivii. Hi PS, PS, To Accept the Trust. &&U S ABI $1. !; aii $i.3 m iti it 6 i LUMBER STRUCK SALT ps, $1. b k ! THE WEATHER THURSDAY. Pair nuil cold. k The Great Mill End Sale With Its Teeming Bar gains Still Continues This 1b n roal money -saving op portunity, and lnrgo crowds nro taking advantage. Silk Remnant Sale Thursday Tlicso Bilks nro not old stock or a poor grade of goods, lull, first class up-to-dato inatcrinls. Tlio variety of styles Is Iimnpiiso. It pays to como to a Mill End Sale. Read for Yourselves .".c I.lnliigCnnibrlcs In blnik ami grnj miii Eiui pi iic, n;-. IS 14c Rl.tck Scllslas hi Im-hI quality, Mill i:ml prlii-. 7c. lie- Stilpeil Near Silk linings, .'Dllii. Will. Mill End pilcn. Ilr fie Unbletichiil MlHIn, nn ihcxxlug. Mill End prlii-, :V.: "fie lllpncln-d Miiilln, li-nl.u- lie iju. i "J. Mill End lil-lii-, I.-. Pnnc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

i u ci - w. Everybody Reads The Democrat ...NOW... AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT GOLD SlJvor, tflaklennd Stool Spectacles and Eye Glasses At vory low prices. Call and sco how well wo can fit you, GEO. S. DALES & SON. r a. I VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 246 AKRON. OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. FhBRUARY 1. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT ,ii 1 WAR WILL LAST SIX ftr. W. J. leyds, the Transvaal's Makes Public Statement. England's Plan to Surrender Lady smith Regarded With Equanimity by the Boers. South African Republic Prepared to Resist Invasion of Either Side of Their Territory, . Says Dr. Leyds. Bombardment of Kimberly Now In Progress British Gain An Advantage In Cape Colony. London, Fob. 1 (Spl.) 3 p,m. Tho St. James Ga zette reports the information, which it says comes from good authority, that General Buller's forces have crossed the Tiigela riyor at three places and have engaged the enemy again-. -;-'h ' - - . m mfryy.-pj'wi . London, Feb. 1. (Spl.) The War office today prints a list of 210 miss ing in the fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

?' AKRdST DAILY DEMOcAft T1ITJKSDAY', IfJSBRTJAltT 1 1000 GOEBELSWORNIN i Although Noar to Death, tho Oath Was AdminiBterod. SMILED AS HE TRIUMPHED, Conquered Over Would-Bo Assassin, and Tor Tlmo Bolng, Death. TnOOrS UARUED EVERY MOVE. Democ-mls Tried Acnln anil Again to Cnnvrno llio I.eRlslattwe, Hut Troop, ' by Taylor's Onlcr, Kvpt Thain Out of I rvnrr ltnlldlnir mid Threatcncil Mem bers With Arrest If They lipid n Kr lon Oovornor Taylor, by Vroclnmn tlon, Declared n Hlnte of Insurrection Kxlitoil Adjourned tho I.eglalcture, to Moot J'cl). 0, lu r.uimim, a T-jjvm Iu the Mountains An Order, 4lned by Oooliol, Discharged Collier, the Itciml). llcon Adjutuut Oeneral Coloriol John ' Cattleman Appointed to tho I'luco. Trouble JInyOocur When 'lie TrJcs to Take Possession of tho Troops Fraskfokt, Ky., Fob. 1. Willain Goobel was owora iu as Govornor of Kentucky ami J. O. Beckham, it few minutes lator, took tho oath of ltouten' nut governor. Tho oath was adniluls tcrod to both men by Chief ...

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

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, EBBXIUABY J, 1000 a i.vi m w : BLACKBURN Told to Stay Away. Pneumonia Complicates Goebel's Misfortune. ,( i Taylor Fears to Leave ,the Capitol. Latest From Kentucky Situation Growing Desperate. v Frankfort, Fob. l.-:i:30 p, in. (Spl.) Sergcnni-nt-ArmB Haley of the Sen nte.who HtimrtH guard ut Cloehol's door, Iiiih lntoi copied Senator llliK-khtirn by telephone and advised liim not to come here, claiming that an an attempt was ninde to mmis'ltinte (ioehcl, a like at tempt might be made on Hlackburn's life. ' Frnnkfort.-C. CI. McCJhord, Itnllroad f'vominlRsIoner, has Just stated that pnenmoulti is developing In Goebel's ease. The doctors are Holding a con sultation as to till new phase. Frankfort. .Indue f'antrell has con voney the Clicnlt Court to hear Goe bel's motion for an Injunction against Taylor. The Democrats arc rushing things before Goebel dies. ' f Frankfort. At the conference of the Democratic and Republican counsel, the Goebel people wanted ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

' i AKRON LfAlLY DJEMOOKAT THUBSDAY, PHBIiUARY 1, 1PQ0 Yr' THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. DARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COUnT, Mgr. Advertising Dept. OUAS. A. MAUVlN....Ncws Editor PUBLISHED BY THE AKKON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 (and 137 S. Ulalu Street'. ong Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIltECTOKS: President JAMES V. AVBLSIl Vice President A. '. PAIGE Sccvotnry FIIED W. GAYEIl Treasurer M. W. UOYE Bdw. S. Ilurtcr....Dr. C. W. Mlllikln Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered nt the postotllco nt Akion, Ohio, as bccond-class mnll rantter. Delivered ovory evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mnll $3.00. .. .51.50 for nix mouths OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON, TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. IQO. TIirUSDAY, FEB. 1, 1000. mm r ae: can cure: Bit An 1 oucccssf ally treat any other disease of the eye. DR. G. W. TUCKER, 130. S. Main St. elty'H telephone users and In terms that leave no doubt of Its meaning, pays Its respects to this advance o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

cw5 V AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY J, 1000 r7" js FINNEGAN ADDITIONAL MANYARD FIGURES t ' FREE TRIAL TREATMENT. The Opportunity Is Now Open for All Desiring to Test the Merits of Dr. Ramsey's fittf Method of Medication, Without the Payment of One Penny. p $" An Easy Proposition. Knocked Down Six Times In Two Rounds. Second Had to Drag Him From Ring. . Julian Says Fitzsmimons Is a Double Liar. Games For City Championshin - Sporting News. -Local ( Jus lluhllu found nuotlicr easy prop osition ut Ullen, N. V., Wednesday night iu the person of Jack Flunegnn of Pittsburg, who liml been touted as i coiner by tho sports of the oast. Ho lasted, less than four rounds and when his seconds threw up tbo sponge hewas In u state of collapse, the result qf a series of seldgc hauiuiep blows from Ituhllu. Tbo light was one-sided, so much bo that It was not interesting to the spectators, who bad anticipated a close context. A special from Utlca says:- .Tack Flnuegan of Pittsburg was no mtc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

r. AKRON DAILY DEAtOOBAT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, '1000 yrv- ' ii i in ' w iii in i 1 1 i i ii in in ii1 1 ii n m i mi . i i i imnmiwuini mm in nw iiwtm 11 T' ..p. kj .!. jb k wawM'MWWiM'WMW''""WM'waMM GOLD DUST OBIW - i - - .Mill RHEUMATISM CURED. WiNTHRor, Mass. Sovereign Rsmedv Company. Ccntlemen, I have suffered for years with rheu matism in its worst forms, and for the past 12 months my hands and .ngcrs have been so swollen that I have not been able to go to work. A friend recom mended your oovercign Rheumatism Cure, and after talcing it a few days felt great relief; have now taken four bottles and feel entirely cured. It is wonderful whit the medicine has done for me, J. W. CORDIS. Of i 11 ft C . V HOME TREASURE" FREE. 1 1 A boot: filled with valuablo Informa tion, testimonials and household ro colpts sont FREE to any address. i roA an wr SQflP Bwi Kooooooooooooooooooooooooooo'ooot'OOOiOO (OOoooooooo"o0oC'OOoooooooooocoo4ooooocoooooo OO I0O' 10 10 O ?o OO OO OO o o o 0 o fco 0O ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

.? o AKRON DAILY DBMOOliAO. JIUBSDAY. 3TJE5BBUABY 1, 1000 ll Will I irf ?! B1- DEMOCRAT'S LINERS - m m THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT," WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE DEMOCRAT'S PEOPLE'S COLUMNS S ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c WWWMWWfWWW Telephone 180 Your Wants WUl be received, for publication ia the Democrat, by mail, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. In writing: your want advertisements please follow this rule. FOR RENT. FOR RENT. Frort room.down stairs, furnished, furnaco heat, near busi ness part of town. Apply to E. J. Hoskln, Democrat ofllce. 224-tf WANTED. IF YOU WANT to buy a grocery, if you want to sell your grocery, If you want to buy a saloon, It you want to sell your saloon or auy other busi ness, call on H. M. Young, room 30 and 31 Akron Savlugs bank build ing. Telephone. 032. WANTED Situation as clerk, porter, or 'to do other wo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 February 1900

AKRON TATLT BEMOOBAT. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1000 m ..ii mn ituMiii ql&U the weather Friday. Fair nnrt warmer. t The Genuine ,r, 'Copyrighted' v Mill End Sale Is a boon to Akron's thrifty nouseKeepors. .Judging from tho crowd of buyers onch dny is proof that, ovory purchaser at tho Mill End Sale realizes how much alio really .can got ; lor 5i. Calico Salo Evory morning of tho salo, 0 u. m. to 10 a ni. 10 yds of tho heat calico for 29c, ono cut to each cus- ', tomor. TowolingSalo Friday aftnrnoon, 18 In toweling, olthor twilled, plaid or honey comb, at lc a yd, o yds to a cus tomer. Here Is a list of money-savers 8c flunnolotto, heavy ileocod In pood patterns Mill End Prlco Bo yd 12c finnnolottos In beautiful pat terns Mill End Prlco 8o 88 In light and dark percales, in fitripes, woro 12'2o Mill Encll'rlco 8c 86 In dark percales, all colors, vory host quality Mill End I'rice 10'vc 80 inbloachod nuislln, good qual ity, worth 0c Mill End Prico 4c 10-4 groy blankols, samo as you pay ...

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

I ,i v I Tr m Everybody Reads AKRON DAILY DE Fred Laub's Specials toi This WceK, Hpurn 1111)9. TonilcrloltM, Built 0r.ltr.i2W) per (jt. Turkflvi niw II klnilj of Urrmcti Poultry People's Cash meat Market) ll r H.Howard $t. t The Democrat ...NOW... VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 247 AKRON. OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT ya READY friends mid thrcntu of arrest weto made. This call Is regarded as a tent of pub- nSSEHKW COLLAPSE Tho pi M. O'Neil & Co. MOCRAT. in Largest Exolualvo Dry Goods Store. i ' Choice of any cloth Of Bos Resistance To Take up Arms To Sustain Goebel's Government. Volunteers Being .En listed For N-..-MilitP $50,000 For Arrest Goebel's Assassin. Excitement Higher Than Ever In Kentucky. Banks Refuse to Honor Gov. Taylor's Orders. Goebel Still Alive at Noon, But ... . Urowing WeaKer. Rlll I PTIM 1 n m BULLtTIN I p. m. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 2.-Spl.)A He- publican member of the l.egisit tare .Who is clobo to the Administration, UiN morning told a De.nocra...

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

- .- jsr.i-m, -met, wrtiimviim wn-r.L.inijM ijyiyii'!BiJiifj((Wfl' ' -'.iHJH JHh f -TT.v mr? r rv if iii j.n.i lanH to n-1' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY", FEBRTJABT 2 1000 A Cold Sna Demands that you buy good rcliablo footwear. When you cau actually save moilov on your slioo purchas es during our price reduction snlo. Cotno in and nscortain what bargains vre are offering. F SAUVASN OIO IVlali-ft St. BOARD Abused and Villified. So Claimed a Cincinnati Petitioner. President Herman Wants Ripper Bill Passed. Willing to Trust to Governor's Appointments, For the Governor Is Undcr.Ohligation to Boss Cox. """ (Special t'oiTesiioud'-ueo.) Columbus Fob. 'J,-. nirjn' delega tion of t lie representatives, elti.eiw of Cincinnati waited upon I lie Seuuiti eominlltee on Muulclpnl Cnrimrntlon.i No. 1 on Thursday evening and pre united xtroiiK ni'rii'inrniH In fnvor or thn pnmipe of Senator NIppcrt'H bill provlrtlnjr for the iiiKiliituicnt by tlio Governor of n llonrd of I'uidle Serv ice for the cty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 February 1900

AKTIOX DALLY DliSMOOItAT. FBIDAT, FEBRUARY 2, 19(to s SF r mu i. 5jf WE WILL STILL SELL $ 1 Winter Clothing I $ Below Cost During This Month $ TJU 1 fl to W to M ah ah One-Price Clothier and Out- W to M. LUUCi ' fltter, 1 10-1 12 E. Market st. ' TAYLOR Loses His Reason. According to New York Journal Story. Frankfort, Feb. 2.-(Spl.) An Injunc tion litis been Issued liy .IiulgL Cuntrell restraining Gov. Taylor from acting us Governor, but peace ollU'ors cannot serve It an the militia bars the way. ThlR Is a part of the program of the democrats. The nest move will be to' tswcavlii a number of Deputy Sheriffs who will attempt to serve the papers on the Governor no matter If the mili tia are, In the way. Col. AVllllaiuft has issued orders permitting nobody to en ter the Inner guard uutll further ilo tlce. This Is supposed to have been to prevent serving of notices on Taylor aud Collier. New York, Feb. U.-(Sph) The Ev ening Journal today publishes a dis patch from Frankfort, Ky., saying t...

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