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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 10 February 1900

fitfsKhm ' 'jfw T l-V f f ii -fyr1! AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, JU'EiflUXAItY 10, moo r ,'j"iJrjfiW'l:r"f!t"f'v,i T,f' i 1 t r c 0 r n t a v ir T ni tl tr W w te nil KQ Jin. H or nr TV ? wl, th on; Ail in r w the mo qcp op but ptrv 9C( lea blc Ittt, 4T "V THE WEATHER. SUNDAY: Warmer and rain. The Great Mill End Sale Tonight, Saturday. Don't Miss It You Can Save Money. 150-152 S.Howard st. S. & G.'s SPECIALS FOR WEEK ENDING Saturday, Fob. 17, 1900 11 bars Satinet mji for uric. Tills hoap Ih nnidu liy .Ins. S. Kirk t Co., Chicago. K) nz. bar of superior quality liiiuidi'.r simp. ;t can Richelieu unsweetened cream for -Tic. 11 lbs. fiesh rolled outs ror u.'c. Strictly fresh. II bars Hnvoii Glycerine soup for 2."e. A high grnilo toilet son p. Evnpoiated California llartlelt rears Ntrlclly fancy, 15c per 11). Fancy Harvest Hrnnd Prunes, slzu 10 to tlio pound, ii lbs. ror 2.)c. Imported AlnhiKii IXtra Dessert Raisins, Id jut pound. f.'onnlslour CliiHter Itiiislun, IHc per lb., L' ...

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. — 12 February 1900

fyi M AKRON DAILY 'DEMOCRAT. n Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Hpuro Illb. Tnndorlolm, Hal OtbNt Sin per qt. Turltyi citul all kinds ot DroMori l'oultry People's Caili Meat Market, tir N.Howard st. Rain or Snow and Coldor. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 255 AKRON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT CLASH In Democratic Ranks. Kentucky Leaders do Not Agree And Much Apprehension Is Now Felt. Beckham Senate Met In Louis ville Today. Proceeded to do Business at Once Quorum Present. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 12.-(Kpl.)-Sen-ntor Blackburn 1ms gone to Washing ton mid lott Congressman Dnvo II. Smith In charge of Democratic affairs. A split has occurred In tho Democratic ranks and Smith and Blackburn may clash when the Senator returns. Blackburn Is opposed to unseating any more Republican members of tho General Assembly, as he fears it will endanger his seat in the United States Senate. Smith, hoveer, Is In favor of reseat ing every Republican possible. Dot tlme,s are expected when...

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. — 12 February 1900

9tt,m wn-piwjuf iii mgmi, " m r. AKBOK bAHjY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, FEBBUARY 12 1000 a l i i c a r n ji ii h Jl J' If 1' n) l 1o v Wj tos 1,0 nil Be of nn wl iM wj tlv oil Al ', 3 if 9 tj) T OK Make Appeal to Federal Judge. ACTION EXPECTED THIS TVEEK. 1io Case Involving tlio Mlnnr ontccs Comet Up Todoy--Democrats' Applica tion In Dlreiilt Courl, tit l'rmilifort, Bcliedulod to lie Heard Today. Louisville, Feb. 12. It is reported that the Republicans will this week seek to bring the- contest for tho offices of governor and lieutenant governor befoio the federal court. Former Governor Bradloy, chief counsel for tho Republi cans in thoir application beforo Judge Tnft to restrain the stato cleotion com inissioncrs from proceeding with (ho tontests for tho rainov offices, was in town in consultation with leading Re publican lawyers. Tho caso involving tho :ninor oflicoa comes up to-day at Cincinnati mid it is bcliovod tho other caso will also bo taken beforo Judgo Taf t, although it is not lik...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

tffifm "wW-iirftfc , mki tip Religion of Despair. Subject as Treated by Rev. J. II. W. Blake. .One of the Substitutes For Christianity. He Declares It Is a. Mist of Human Error. Belief Is of Recent Origin cellent Lecture. -An Ex- ncv. .T. II. Blake delivered a very In foresting address on "Tlicosoiiliy"in,.St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday even ing. It was the second In his series oL' talks on sufostltutoH for clirlstiuully. Huv. Make said he had no Intention of nroiHng'nn uuprdlilntilc discussion, or to rldlojilo any of theeo beliefs, hilt it Is fitting that we seriously, consider one. by ono the various substitutes for the belief' in Christ. As a general rule inejn will not change any old thing for something now, unless they know that they will be benefitted by the change. True religion nuist come from above. Men once thought that thoy might change religion to suit their fancies, but tids has proven a fallacy. Chris tiahity claims to be from Uod, as a system It has been before th...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

akiiost daj.ly DjBjvrgcuAT. uiojxDAir, ammo amy 12, m-o 1 tf H S & I 1 1 r fl n hi a ) if T ni Til to W ri to :( Rl R l n ol in ii r l THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. HAOTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA-COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dopl. CHAS. A. MARVIN.... News Editor runusiiED BY TUB 'AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block', Nos. 135 and 137 u " S. Main Street. Long Distanco Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH, Vice- President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED "W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. HOYE Edw. S. Hartor....Dr. 0. W. Mtlllklu Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered at tho postofflce nt Akron, Ohio, ns second-class mall matter. i , ! Delivered every evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $8.00.... $1.50 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. MONDAY, FEB. 12, 1000. Gov. Roosevelt lias reiterated his an nouncement that tinder no circuin Ntanccs will ho ho u caudldnto for the ICcpiibllcan iioinlnatlon...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

4l AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. FEBRtjARY 12, 1000 ORAND ft GT.VEN BY THE Akron Turners IN Turner Mall Tuesday, Feb. 13. Four prizes of 8 onoh will bo f Awarded to boat comlo and oharnotor costumes. TIokcts-26c for maskorB and 60o for spectators.' Masquerade ca'u be rightfully and honestly deter- mined. What will bo tho final result of tho now much talked of consolidation lu the management and ownership by private capital of our country's great railroad Interests, can only bo sur mised. That the consummation of such u great, far reaching and not Impossi ble scheme would promote our imme diate futuro Industrial prosperity as a pcoplo and ns a. nation, must be ad mitted; nt the same time, the grocil of capital and Its power to control trade, would becomo a mennco to our commonwealth unless this danger were averted by the ownership by tho government of some kind or freight barrier which would bo operated In tho Interest of the people im a check to exorbitant freight rates. Tho questio...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

Uti?' rvJiX Vi n nT ii'iii t V ' I, AKRON DAILY DEMOOllAT. MOOTAY. .PJLBRUABY 12, looo ! Wt Wi'ri'At ,,tf ii 1 c ft r Jl P If T ai tl tc 1 rl tf a1 K M Jl n n v II v t' c it i ( U ." LESSONS OF IMPORT. i DR. TALMAGE ADVISES MEN OF GREAT I STRENGTH. rhyntonl Knertcr Hot Inaicnttve of SplrKnnl Power The Strong ' Shonlil risht the Ilnttlm of the Weak. Copyright, LsuU Klopsoh, 1900. Wasmkoton. Fob. 11. In this dis course Dr. Tnltnnga sets forth tho re uponslbllity of those who are strong nnd well, as In a former discourse he preached to tho disabled and "the shut ln;' test, Judges sir, 1, "And Samson went down to Tlmuath." There .irc two sides to tho character of Samson. The one phase of his life, if followed Into the particulars, would administer to tho grotesque nnd the mirthful, but there Is n phase of his character fraught with lessons of sol emn and eternal Import.. To these grav er lessons we devote our sermon. This giant no doubt In early Hie gnvo evidences of whnt he was to be. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

," h AltROK DAILY DEMdCKAa.1. MONDAY. FEuitfrARY l?r 1000 V.1-! DEMOCRAT'S THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, , ; , WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT-, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE . . ' .' IB 933333 PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c VW1fWlgWWWM Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In 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. WANTED MALE HELP. .WANTED Agents lu every county to handle "Coin ou Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor ner State nud Ohio sts., Chicago. 202 tf GOOD LOOKING YOUNtJ WOMAN Having large property, wants hus band competent to manage same, Must be good naturcd and kind. SIlss May, U" E. 40th street, Chicago, 111. 234-230 WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED A good girl for general hou...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 February 1900

- 'wwrw-'P-w-VTWr'MflliMV,)!' ' Wifftpviww v-irj Tv&W9tF9QNKKnvv iimifn mi y til IIBWIilii nr? Tyfy- Mr.,-.sy- IWftWHt'y iy -.' y PPW" s. AKEOK DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONJJAT, FEBRUARY 12, lm i ft I? Si 7 h W.Allkl: THE AVEATIlETt TUESDAY. 1 Rain and colder. Corsets 1 ;. Corsets We carry all the Leading Brands of Corsets in the market. At 29c a Pair A good drnb Corsot, woll in ado, good fitting, in nil bIkor. At 39c a Pair This corset cannot bo placed on sale today for lens than 50c. Wo consider it lias no oqunl for 30c. At 50c a Pair Ask for TRIUMPH; it is a splen did corset for this price, judging from tho quantity wo sell. At T5c a Pair "W. B. long wnist drnb, "Ameri ca's Loading Corsot." Ladies who wear "W. 11. Corsets" think thoy have no equal. At $1.00 a Pair Thompson's glovo fitting, E. & Q., Kttbo, Warnor's Amorlcnn Lady, in white, drnb and black. Tlieso nro popular corsets, and always in demand. At $1.25 a Pair "Warner's Health Corsots In drab only, all si.os. This corset ...

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 February 1900

fjfs f,?rWWM t Fair Tomorrow - and COLD WAVE. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT GOLD SHvor, Xlckta nucl Sll Spectacles and Eye Glrsscs Atvory lowprlcos. Cull find boo liow well wo cnu fit you. GEO. S. DALES & SON. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER' 25G AKRON. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 18. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT w r K ; SHIFT In Scene of Action. Next Great Battle In South Africa Will be In the M odder River Region. Ladysmith Campaign Was a Mistake. War Office Issues Another List of Casualties'. London, Feb. 1,1. (Spl.) The nn uouncement that tho foreign military attachments will leave Cape Town to day for Modder River, confirms tho general expectation that the next mil itary movement will take place In that vicinity. There Is no further news from Modder Blver. General Buller's foices are still nt the Tugela. Considerable autlon is reported from Bonsburg. At this place the Boers drove back the British outposts, Feb. 10, hut were In turn driven out by the British yesterday. The Boers again re-occupied t...

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 February 1900

ji itovtfiiM-i ) .lKRON DAI LI UJiiMUUltjVl T, 'x UJiiDAi, FJUJUitUAttr ih HUM p ruvjuLv - jTSVSWW JJ.JUHH i.iiiiwiihjii ' n - - i III i-I I I vl t 1. f 5 Ti a 1 4 i i pa 5. If D w Wai PUu Btoi HtX cten VVl OUT P0 I 19$ RIGHT TO ACT-BAI8BD. i U Sourt's Jurisdiction Qncs tioncd In Kentucky Case. DRADLLV ARfiUES AFFlHMATtVETiY. lloxwell nnd Other. Miy n fllnte Trltmnal Slionld llerlilo-lUrnillfy' fllfnled floo lifl I.w Milfl1 the Klertjon llnnril s Judicial Hod-. Cincinnati, Feb. 18. In tho United States circuit conrt of np'podlx, JuiIro V. H. Taft hennl arguments for over Uireo honri on tho application for In junctions njmlnst tlio Kentucky stnto board of election coiiiiiiifiiioiierK,nnd tlio contestants for tho stnto ofilecs other than governor and lioutcuant governor. Thi plaintiffs wero represented bv Dratlloy, Wlllson, Sweeny nnd Yost, nil of Kentucky. Tho defondnnts were repreRcnted by Scott, Heudrick, Hngpr nnd Maxwell, tho latter being n Eienilior of the bar of Cincinnati and ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 February 1900

m AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY l iW JTv.. CLASH In Democratic Ranks. Kentucky Leaders Not Agree do And Much Apprehension Is Now Felt. Beckham Senate Met !n Louis ' ville Today. Proceeded to do Business at Once Quorum Present. Louisville, Ky., I'li. I'-'.-pU-Ben-ator Blackburn has gouo to Washing ton ami left Congressman Dnvo II. Smith In elinrgo of Dcinocrntlcnffnlrs. A split has uwuri'cd In llin Democratic rankH and Smith and Blackburn may clash when the Senator returns? Blackburn Is opposed to unseating any more Republican members of the General Assembly, as he fears It will endnuger his Beat In the United States Senate. Smith, however, Is in fiiTor of repeat ing every Republican possible. Jlot times are expected when Black burn leturiw from Washington. The Beckham Senate met at noon with a quorum present. .There was no roll call, but the Senate proceeded to busi ness anyhow. -"""... Senator Ferguson's bill to appropri ate $100,1100 for the detection of the as sassin of...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 February 1900

z r 4 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. JFBRUAEY 13, 1000 j f? , THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EOW. 8. HARTER FRED W. QAYER Editor and Managers. ED; H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dcpt. CUAS. A. MAltVIN....Novvs Editor PUBLISHED BX TUB AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vlco President A. T. PAIGF. Secretary FRED W. OAYEU Treasurer 51. W. 1I0YE Edvv. 8. Hartor....l)r. C. W. Mllllkln Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered nt the postofflco at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered ovcry evening ly carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3.00... .?1.C0 for six mouths OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. TPE8DAY, FEB. IS. 11)00. SENATOR SIEBER'S REMEDY FOR DOUBLE TAXATION. Out- of tnc worst evils or Ohio's ovll system of taxation Is Hint pre sented l).v the tirftloii of foreign stocks. Ah our law now Mauds, the stock of corporations organized hi ...

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. — 13 February 1900

AKIION DAISY DKMOOHAT. TUmVXY, JJJ513IITJARY 13, 1000 RESIGNING tr Are Many Officers Of the Ohio National Guard To Make Way For the New Regime. Adjt. Gen. Gyger Issues General Orders, Akron rrfan Among the Newly Com missioned Officers. 1 " (Special Correspondence.) Columbus, Fob. III. Adjutant Gen eral Gyger 1ms Issued a gonornl order appointing the following Board of Ex aminers of olllcers-eloct of the Ohio Natlonnl Gunril: nrlg;uller (ieneral .7olm C. Spea k( second- brigade; Col onel Walter X. r. Dnrrow,' general staff; Major H: M. Taylor,- surgeon' Fourth Infantry. Each of the oflieers appointed lfj stationed at Columbus. S. D. Palmer of Covington, lias bqeu recomuilffsloned captain of Coufpany A, Third Infantry, and G. M. Wright of Akron lias been commissioned as sistant adjutant general, with rank of lieutenant colonel of the division. D. H. ..Tames, Toledo, has been ap pointed captain and Inspector of rlllc practice, Sixth Infantry, to succeed Captain K. E Jsowninn of Byron, ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 February 1900

WySBBBiKhmSKBBIKff!s keRBS"???? rrr$wirw ""M TTVr "wr,lt SS3 i?. A- '' TlTr ;&"" '"'"Ui i M if I f ta. r i w: ti u 1 W.i if & I r .1 ;.i - s i i? K. . mmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm I South American I Slavery. rommmiiimfflfflmmmmmmtfy rt-Kiui cry much to linvo to sny tlmt the continent of South America Is the most neglected region on the face of the enrth and thnt extensive districts of the Interior nre less known to civilized man than central Africa. Slnvery of the most cruel kind nourishes unchecked In the dark Interior nnd yearly claims Its multi tude of victims, while the customs of the more savage Indians arc fully as horri ble ns any dcstrlbed In the tin vols of a Livingstone, Stanley or Cameron or oth er greqt explorers In the dork continent of the old world." Thus spoko the Her. Emlllo Olsson, .who recently returned from a journey of typical slavi: is Tiir nuiiumi distiuot. cevcral tliouwinil miles through the very heart of the Itollvlpu nnd Aimizoiiiiiti for ests, a journey inte...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 February 1900

-Vswsft i AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT. OJU-ESDAY. irEBRUAllY 13, 1900 "T DEMOCRAT'S LINERS ... . THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, , WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT-,v HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE aaa3 V j9 S v S m prnpi ce rni iimmc ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS: " " 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c IWWWWWWWWWl Telephone 180 "SSSgSi Un-su1' Your Wants Will be received, for publication la t 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 MALE HELP. .WANTED Agents In every county to baudlo "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor ner State aud Ohio ets., CWcngo. JOB it GOOD LOOKING YOUNG WOMAN Having larf,'o property, wants litis band competent to manage same. Must bo good natiued and kind. Miss May, 117 E.Otli.stjectChipaga 111. 251-250 WANTKD at onco. A go...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 February 1900

: v A TtgrnTTzJBMBgktl "fwR TcSVfjlj iT?n J ' - V " VTTT? AKRON DAILY DEMOOBAT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1000 d at l r 1 1 i r. Ak Tim :weatiiek -Wednesday. Cold wave. r: ttjtti' SILKS ! IS SILKS ! Tho arrival of NEW Sprinc Silks is here. Without a doubt the domnnd for SILKS is go ing to bo largo this season, and you will find that tho BEST STVLES will go first. Wo urgo you to make your selec tions now. At 75c a Yard TnfTota Silks', all bIiiuIob, olthor plain or changeable, in nn lm monso variety of colors. At 75c a yard Soulard Silks in tho latest color ings; Blue being the principal in neat pnuorns. At $1.00 a yard Plain Silk with honistltohcd stripes, in any shade you can think of; also in corded oltects and fancy waist patterns. At S0c a yard Fancy Wash Silks in plaids and stripes, tho very nowost olfects. Wo havo a big vnrloty to soloct from. At $1.00 a yard Figured Liberty Satins in differ ent colorings and stylos. Thoao goods mnko up very beautiful. At $1.00 a yard Tho "Olymphi"...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

r I l 1 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Hpurn Mb, Toiidorlolni, J! til OVMem !Bo par nt. Turksyi anl nil kind of hrcmeit Poultry People's Cash Meat Market, l ir N.Howard $t. RAIN OR SNOW. If' k V v.,, j Ulv Jiejwr. 2t'ji t VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 257 BOER GENERALS' BOLD PLAN. They Are Trying to Entrap Gen. Roberts and His Forces. This Is the Real Significance of the Colesberg and Rensberg Movement --Severe Fighting Yesterday. Conditions There So Critical That Gen. French May be Forced to Retreat Still Further South and West. Strategical Ability of Boer Generals Commands Ad miration of Military Critics. London, Feb. 14. (Spl.) Dispatches received today from South Africa do not Indicate tlint the British forces sue gaining nny ground. The enthusiasm which yesterday greeted a report that Lord Roberts had actually begun his advance toward KImbcrlcy "was consid erably dampened by tho news that the positions of the British at and near Colesberg and Rensberg aro bo cr...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

ammmm JjOWMM 1. J,1 W9 TWPWW P"SPl,,ww ' "vjr"- - ' AKRON DAILY. EMOGKAqLVWEDNJ:SBAT F&BKtJAKY 14 lftOO :I ! "t ) No Currency to Be Idle Under New Bill. 6ESAT0K ALLISON SO DECLARED. Defended ill Unsocial Bttt la the Sen t iTodm (Not.) Called It Climax of Efforts to Abollih tlm Vis of Su rerFarther Attacked the Measure.! Washington, Fob. 14. Mr. Allison (Town), tho ranking Republican mom her of the financial committee, addressed the senate on the financial measure Ho said in part that tho pending mens nro wis proposed to deal with the cur rency question in a largo and general way. Mr. Allison referred to tho rcnato substitute for tho honso bill and said thero was no proposition to change tho existing currency gold and silver cer tificates, greenbacks, treasury notes and national bank notes. Mr. Allison said that from 17M to 1870 this country had a, donblo standard of value. Ho said that siuco the enactment of tho law of 1873 thero had not passod current a ainglo dollar of any kin...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 February 1900

to It Wv-i TAYLOR Plays Trump Card n His Game For "Ken tucky's Governorship. Asks 'Court For a Re straining Order. w r A Beokham and Castle man Are .' ' the Defendants. ; ; Resolutions of Thank's Passed by Republicans.. Louisville, K.r., Veil. 1 I, (Kpl.) Gov- oinorTaylor stole 11 mnieh on the Dom i ocr.itb tills' moihltig by tlling-u s,uit hi the Jefferson county tlretilt tomt against J. C. Beckham and (Sen. Cns ileninn, to lestiain the former fiom acting or attempting to tut as Govei nor, initT tllo hitter from nss'umihg the duties or AdlulniibGeiieral of the state militia. '( No'iildgo has fiM.vct ncied on the petUloii. . , , Thanked Ohio Brelhern. Frankfort, Ky Pel, 14. (Spl.)-ltc-publlciyi nieniheis of ,thc rLeglsIatuio pa sued lesoltitlons nt a meeting, this morning thanking Ohio clubs for the lestiltidoiiH of syuip.ith.v lor Governor Taj lor. Four Convicts Escape. " Cattervlllo, Gu.,Feb. 1 lt-(Spl.) Four noted convicts In the Gcoigl.i Peniten tiary escaped last night. TJio es...

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