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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 22 February 1900

wfffyi te AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1000 If J li c 1 if Ibu TIIK WDATHDU FItlDAY. Cloudy and coldr. 'UJfS 3 OP Special Drives IN OUR Cotton Dress Goods Department. LOT 1. At fl',4r a yard--AH our Dark flg u red Flannelettes, Hint wo sold for 8c nnd 10c u yard. LOT 2. At. 8c a ynrd All our olMiieh Dark Flannelettes tlmt vc nolil for 10c nnd l-'ie a yard. LOT,.1!., At 8c a ynrd Heavy (fast Indigo Dutch Blue) Calicoes In good Mlilrtlnir naltcriiH. retrtllar 10i! tirade. I LOT 1. At 0!&c a yard -Simpson's Best Nuy Him Sateens, In pnll.n dots ! nnd stripes, regular 10c iiuallly. ; lot r.A i At 8c n yard Taut color IIO-lucli ! Percales In light and dark colors. .lust what you will iii'wl a few days later, lint they will bo Jtic then. , LOT 11. , At 10c a yard 'I'lic best nu.lnch J Soeisuckor In different slt'lpos, fast rolut'fi; lcgular price, lic a yard. ! LOT 7. At (I'jf a ynrd-Tho beil quality i of Fancy Figured ratlines In a big ! variety of patterns: loguhir pr...

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. — 23 February 1900

7$$Ffmmmifi 3?3Wi M I w SNOW arid COLDER, VOLtJME EIGHT. NUMBER 265 CRONJE'S Position Critical. British Dispatches Confirm Reports That His Forces Surrounded, Are And Practically at Mercy of Roberts. His Chief Hope Lies in inforcements. Rein- Twelve Thousand British Sol diers Dead or Wounded Since Beginning of the War Latest Accurate Reports. TODAY'S WAR OFFICE REPORTS.' Loudon, I-Vb. 23. (Spl.) The follow ing report, giving thoBritlsh losses in South Africa up to l'b. 17 hns been isheucd by the War olllce: Kllled-Ofllcora, 103; men, 1,512. Wounded Offlcers, SO"; men, n,(Bli MftslngTrOffleers, 171; men, 2,441!. Died froinMlsoasc Olileors, 1R; men, DCS. Accidentally Killed Olucers, .7; men, 12. Invalided homo Oltleers, ol; men, 1,028. Total, 11,06!. The fusiliers who wore captured at or missing after tin- battle of Nichol son's Nek are not Included In the above figures nor are the heavy losses to the forces opposing C'rouju In the list. The, War olllee also announces In ad dition to ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

h' t'frMnwww rfiy nwe' "i I IIWI '1 ?7nrwwpm JJ. ji vmmhmmmmnmmmmmmmHw "iirvr MiXflwnjvr, 'w? wwf l v -i fik w wy? "i'utWBSw :7T.3 tT.-Tjf jxt;?t? v,ai . t l! AKROK DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 lfiOO p . "4 n 8 i I B I I'i it i , H. Ei ill. 1 L.n Hi m luia (j . '! Vj . 'if Jit J k to B of toi . Hit v WE AUK 0 0 to it li a H IE OF HHHHW JKJS3.T Badger, Van HATTERS AND No. 123 South Howard AS; aaaaaaaaa mWUFJPSillFilPMPLf&Mitfi&J?Lfrlf&d FINEST EXHIBITION EVER -OF- Gas and Electric Chandeliers . . and Fixtures . . Genuine Welsbach Natural Gas Lamps with Etched, Tinted and Plain Globes. Prices the Lowest. PHONE 130. 203 We sell tlircc highest cradc machines, each capable or producing sat isfactory work of constant use, and yet difter inc broadly from each other in construption; tomers care tor the same (else why should we cell three?) We shall be glad to explain the points of advantage pos sessed by each. United Typewriter and Supplies Co. 42 Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

U AlttlON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 1000 !&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& The Best Shirt 11 IT DOES ii Wo pay greater attention than anybody wo know to tho fl jff fitting of our Shirts), especially our Working Shirts, brands fjj yjft which wo are now showing, doublo front, and back, for f 5j Wo bcliovo that this Shirt is mu iuuuuj. I M. Louer WHEELER Is Advised to Take Second Place On tho Republican Presidential Ticket " If They Want Him. Montgomery. Aln., Fob. '!. (Spl.) It Is reported hero tlint . Geuenil Wheeler, who Is expected homo soort" l'roni the Philippines, will announce himself us a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor of Alabama, and will not, therefore, lu n candidate for renomlnatlon to con gress from his district. Wheeler Is n favorite with the Republican on ac count of ids friendly attitude toward the Administration's policy, but he Ik anything but popular with t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

AKEOST DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1000 .wi.wawu.jsu.i.jiinj..ii-imn.um.L3 I ' ii M , W : i 1 111 fill w ! ' V H R fHE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. DARTER FRED W. GAYER Edilori and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dopl, OHAS. A. MARVIN.... Nows Editor PUBLISHED Bi THE 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. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer....'. M. W. HOYE Edw. S. Hartcr....Dr. O. W. MiUIUln Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered at the postofllco at Akron, Ohio, as socond-clnss mall matter. Delivered every ovcnlng by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall ?3.00....1.G0 for six montus OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. i- FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 1000. This year's Democratic convention will Iiu held at Kansas City on tlm Fourth oC July. There Is yet one parly Hint doeu not consider Iho Declaration of I...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

WmSBSEM I. it AKKON VATUY DEMOCJtAT. FRIDAY, rJiBBUABY 23, 1000 ?iJV Afo 3HolB HsvrZflftiHI M. T. Cutter & Co, Exclusive Agents for Akron. O. 110 S. Howard Street. DURING F - No bettor opportunity to buy roliablo Millinery Goods at Very J.ow Figures over presontcd. Cornets SOo, 7Bo and I.OO, Plain and fancy. Any corset you purchase here will bd found reliable. Miss Helen Griffin, SKn1' PERSONAL NOTES Mr. Kd. II. Bishop is a visitor at Columbus. Hon. George YV. Crouso Is in thu East on business. - Frank Thayer of Detroit, Is the guest of his couslu, Samuel YV. Mitchell. Hon. and Mrs. M. n. Danforth of Darrowvlllo were iu.the city Friday. Mrs. .T. Y'. lleueke of Clevolaiul, if! the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. "W, Hall of 107 Cross St. Mcssiv. A. U. Helutseluian, .1. h JoUiisou and .loliu Kelley were Can ton visitors yesterday. Mr. aud Mrs. II. O. H. Wall left Thursday night for New Orleans, Where they will attend tho Mardl Uras. Mr. and .Mrs. Will Kline of .'111 Sum ner St., guvi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

IS'". ' " f JJffV 'U f! V I n AKTtOISr DAILY DJ3MOCHAT. lRIDAY, FJGBRTJ AEY 28, 10(x POOR POLICY ffiftASfeSiftftftftsftSB5BfefeflJ1 Ocjir HH poo So I J Shoe .PirSo Foe the ialanoe of This Btath To Change the Site. 5 what you have been looking for. This is the op- ' portunity to buy reliable Footwear at Special Prices. ' Wo must have room for our Spring slock. Gome at 'once, while sizes are complete. College Trustees Meet With a Problem F SAUVAIIM 6IO S. Main St. I Best Coffee for the Money ! That Would Make a New Site Impractical. Try LION COFFEE and you will never use 1 RESPECTED any other. It Is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Hl 1 i B Used in Millions of Homes! v Kli tKij Accept no substitute 1 ntNvrQ fiMa JS Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. ffl&SA 1 1 ?C b&&mfMiih ti i? i w fi Was Mr. M. D. Force of IVIillersburg, Who Died at Akron Sunday Son Lives at Barbcrton. The Holmes County Farmer repub lishes In full the Democrat's report of the dentil or M...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

erf AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MIIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1000 m. " m m i iff" m 3S LINERS lam S THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHltcfiliJk IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, Oil EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE 'COLUMNS: 4 Lilies, One 4 Lines, Three Telephone 180, Your Wants Will bcnrecclved, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or pcisoual application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. In writing: jour want advertisements please follow this rule. WAflTED-MALE HELP. WAITED Agents iu every county to handle "Cola on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor uer State and Ohio sts., CWcago. 202 tf WANTED A boy to learn the trade of lilaeksuiithlug. Apply to aims, Itoeger, Brlttaln, O. ' ' 2(54-200 WANTED A good, bar boy.' Apply at once. Uarbertou Inn. ,253 tf WANTED Young man to' solicit by Established house, pleasant work, permanent position, good wages. Good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 23 February 1900

'")w VjwiqH inOT 5fH(pf!5vPvW'lR7jnf55iSSWr wmmmmm w ;'' Ws3 ,'-t',i(if,. raw '"! ', R 2A AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, ITEBRTJARY 20, 1000 u. M BMMMmnijiiUiiiiwwimw It. f P I r . It. 4 , u V vM (i ::l ; ! I. r V' i-l- f l M f m l m I,-. . . r,, , '-"$ L fa w i ft THE WRATIIKIt SATURDAY Italn nml.Hiiow. Colder. SAL.E OF Ladies' and Children's HOSIERY Saturday. Here is a chnnco to lay In a sup ply of Good Fast Blneli Hosiery Jnt n vnry sninll outlay. THESE r titirrnc1 atic crm CATimhAV rtNiv ,A ilV.CO lb 1U1 Oikl JlUtllJlU I I U.DIES' HOSIERY i AT 0c A PAIK-I.adles' fast j black hosiery; also llceeed llucd In nil sizes; rcKiilar price V-!4c. AT lVx. A PAT It Ladles' fast ( black hosiery In lisle thread; flceeo lluiid aud wool; mIho with i white foot, nil sizes, residur prlc ' lDe. A'l' lie A l'Airt-r-ndies fast j black hosiery In lisle thro:id; nlso I lloero Illicit, regular price Wo. AT lltfc A PAJIt-Ladles' fast i black hosiery In lisle thread, with white feet, fleece lined; nlso w...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

t ',:,. i5wef FSwSSsSpJwreJSwis!!!? r I -1" I u " i COJLD WAVE VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 266 ALARM Felt In London Because of no Tidings From Roberts. Delay Not Favorable to England's Cause. Believed Roberts Is Figth ing Two Armies, One of Which Came to Relieve Cronje. Gen. DeWet Takes Part In the Fighting. Stock Jobbers Started Story Cronje's' Surrender. of London, Fob. 24 (Spl) 3:30 p. in. It is believed here, that the British censors in South Africa are keeping back impor tant nows regarding the cam paign in the Transvaal. The War Oilice has. received no news. ia Tlfe milithTcViti5stliink-?it mean's tiiatVRoberts hasno good news to send. Cronje's remarkable, stand causes much concern, and the longer the surrender of the Free State Commander is delayed, the more anxiety is caused. It is feared that Boer rein forcements aro being rushed to Cronje's relief in sufficient num bors to causo Roberts and Kitchener considerable trouble. London, Feb. L'l. (Spl.) 3 1). in. In Do not think for a s...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

' fiifiwW '" ft:mwWnV$ ttm? i'W ww fWJmWi''WJW -l vfflW - rwFH UMOAtdmtumimmMmimmmammmMmmmmimaMmmmmimaaaMmtaammmmmaitmiiammaam nimiiiiriw IMMilrir i ij..,.. ?toh :r "-irt fv ft AKROK DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1000 IJWJUHIUMWWW1 ft1 : 9 !i I r fc.. i tl il -s U! I1 Hi N i (I I IN. d m s n i' iff tv V.fl I" tl W i I 5 IV f ' I rw . i i, B : H pjy i IS r k i ' t COMI Dr. France's chief consulting and examining physician of tho Franco Modloal Institute, by requosfc will visit tho following towns on dates named. Consultation froo and invited. Akron, 0., Empire House, FVicJoy, March 2. CANTON, HOTEL YOHE, Thursday, March I, From 9 a. m. to r p. m. A Man Eminent In His Profession AKD Kuriwn Throughout the State as One of the'MoSt Successful f ' ' Living Specialists. V --. Biie?c?faso. . mtMmk Consumption, Asthma and Catarrh Cured at Last. Our great Invention cures by destroying tho genua which lodgo in tho air passages and causo tho dlbease. It Impregnates overy particle of air...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

?5iy POT. SsFEJk t?ieS AKROK DAILY DEMOCRAT SATURDAY,. FEBRUARY 24 1003 A1? Mf KILLED n Railroad Wreck. Morris H. Wagoner of 0 Salsbury, the Victim. Tlirro driving horses, sold by J. M. liny, of the liny Oonl company, this city, to Ilr. J. M. I.leht' mid It. S. Garrett, oC Kalsbury, Somerset county, l'u., were killed lu n railroad wreck Friday evening, when within .'JO inlleii of Salisbury. Morrles 11. Wagoner, a brother-In-lny of Dr. I.lehty, who took the horses from Akron, leaving hero nt 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, was nlso killed. Wagoner wns n prominent citizen of Salisbury,, mid loaves n wlfo nnd live (ihlldron. Tlielotnl value," of the three horses was ifSUO, the prices paid for thuin ag gregntelng thnt sum. All three horses were bay geldings. Two of the horses were sold as n team for $000. Mr. liny purchased the nnl mnls, from W. J. Anderson, of Mcdlim., They were brought to Akron Thurs day. The loss resubmit from the killing of the horses will fall on the gentle nieii who m...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

!W8W W) "n" 'Hjjj'vB'r'1 i"f 'fy'w,f(u''tj(;"yi7 '"""ll""', AKRON DATJLY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, tooo ! i u. m M hJ I "S l:S ffl i I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. IIAIttER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COUIU, Mgr. Advertising Dcpl. CHAS. A. MARVIN.... News Editor PUBLISHED BY THE AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 133 uud 137 8. Main Street. Long Distance Phono ISO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER '.Treasurer M. W. UOYE Edw. S. Hartcr. ...Dr. C. W. MllllUIu Ed. II. Do La Court. Entered at tho postolllcc at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy G CENTS A WEEK. By mall ?3.00... .?1.j0 for six mouths OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. DAY, FEB. U3, 1000. Tho President) spinal column Is be ing given some hard twists, nowadays. Tho flip-Hop on tbeTorlo Itlcim taria' question was (nigh to break the ba...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

3S1SS& AKllOK DAlhY Jil&bMOUAVi SlTUllJJ VY, lA&BTtXJ A RY 24, 1000 Jf7)Jmif?li Piling Up Testimony. Nothing:, But Praise From All Sources. Stands Hlgn In the Estimation of Those Who Have Tested Its Merits. Thcro 1h no doubt whatever us to tho DicrltH of Morrow's Kld-no-olda JihIr Ing from tho good i'chuHn obtained right hero In tills state. Morrow's Kid-no-olds are used dnlly by ninny Ohio ' citizens nnd they lilt testify without nny hesitancy about the great good they hnvo received by tho uso of this Kreut kidney preparation. Kld-no-olds will positively euro kidney backache, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness and till urinary disorders arising from a disordered condition of the kldnoys. Another citizen udds his testimony as follows: I. Jt. Brady, 14i5 East North st., Canton, Ohio, says: "I have suffered for about tlaeo years with severe back ache, also with nervousness. I think my liver was torpid for I was bilious and had spells of dizziness. Morrow's Kld-no-olds a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

' iW- '.J"TFgp' r h A I JR AKTJON DAILY DEMOCRAT" SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1000 W( 41 1 II M I H IM IfSt -I i$ I I It R ft J 9i u I; M K t.. GOLD DUST hteeworliishaiiworkwithoutGoldDusr WASHING FEATHER PILLOWS retlbcr rillovs need washing once year. Choose I bright, sunnr div: fill a Isrct tub hill full of water dial la almost boiling bolt dissolve cnousn Gold Dust "Wishing Powder In It to mala .snood suds: cutoneortio clllo In, acccordlnfctoslie, push them up and down and rub them between the hands until clean. If one sudss not enough, use two or moret rinse In clear warm water, wring as dry as possible, and hsne them out; when dry, shake Well, and they win be cs nam ana ton as new piuowa Th. ttav li l.lt.h from oar f r LookUt rin novtswonr' "IMLUHV nVLE & rtqusii w TIU N, K. rAIRMNK OOMfAHY, OMocx, SI, Uata, .Tor, H rafts! fsEy&vi7vwm U 13 r We sell threo highest grade machines, each capable of producing sat isfactory work through years of constant use, and yet differ ing br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

mF, f A1010:N t)AlLX DEMOCttAT. SAITJRD AY, ITEURUARY 5M, 1000 ''ft ? liners I a u m a THE EASIEST WAY TO ; GET WHAT YOU WANT, V WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS T,0 ADVERTISE IN THE .'.... DEMOCRAT'S PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c 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 Hues. In writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED-MALE HELP. WAM TED Agents lu every county to linudlo "Con on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldgs., cor ner State and Ohio sts., Chfcugo. 1:02 tf M'AXTED-A boy to learn the trade qt blucUsinlthlng. Apply to ciuis Iloeger, Brlltnlu, O. 2O1-20U WANTED Local or traveling sales men, biliary, or commission, to han dle our 'oils, greases, petrolatum, paints and white lead. Hoods ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 February 1900

r AKRON" DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, moo W I '-' : j la ' n f It H I ( w 5 M II A t PI f I k '1 THE WKATIIEK SUNDAY: Cold wave. sjiue: of Ladies' and Children's HOSIERY Saturday. Hero is a chance to lay in n sup ply of Good Fast Black Hoslory nt a Tory small outlay. THESE . TRICES ARE FOR SATURDAY ONLY. LADIES' HOSIERY AT Oe A l'ATIt rnilloH fast ' black hosiery; iilbo iIppcciI lined In all sizes; regular prlco l-ic. AT llc A PAIK-Latllos fnst black hosiery In llslq thread; 1 flecco lined and wool; also with white, feet, all sizes, regular prlctf 15c. J AT 14c A PAIR Ladles fast J black hosiery In lisle thread; also I fleece lined, regular price 10c. j AT 23c A PAllt-Ladles' fast j black hosiery In llslo thread, with J white feet, lleece lined; also wool J In plain and ribbed, icguliir price I 20c. t CHILDREN'S HOSIERY i 'AT 0c A PAin-Ohlldron'H fast black hosiery in all sizes, plain f ribbed and flecco lined, regular j pileo 12,c. AT XVAq A PAIR-Chlldrcn'B last blnck hos...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 February 1900

'f AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Fred Laub's Specials ftf Ibis Wcefc. Spare IUU, Teodrtolt, Bat fi blndi o! imii Poultry People's Cub Meat Market, J UN. Howard $t, 4' FAIR and GOLD. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 267 AKRON. OHIO. MONDAT, EVENING. FEBRUARY 26. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT CRONJE Holding His Own, Is the News From the Front Today. r Waiting For Re-enforcements or Death. Berlin Papers Haven't Yet Given Proof Of Reports That Cronje Had Gut His Way Out Tho' His Position Isn't Regarded Critical on the Continent. Buller Slowly Forcing His Way To ward Ladysmith War News. London, Fob. 2!.-(Spl.) "I've got sopic gnus, some men nuil some ammu nition, and I'm alive; why should I surrender?'' This answer by fJenornl Cronje to Kitchener's demand for his surrender hifs aroused nivadmiratlon for tho bra very of the "8ovtli African Jjlou" that itMulmoststaekcS'Engllshmbn.forgetivby; they are: fighting the Boers, ' 'Thai'lfo will battle-to the death none here doubts and already there are heard voices raised in...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 February 1900

I ' ". ' mmmmrmKmmmm wwj.Maw jotcw r ivwft'tiw"' ryiTS-P' "-vTW ni-"r-yS oKffiV- r W W-"?!77!flP!R5F ,?? AlCROlST DAIIY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. FEBRUARY SO ltlOil ,"i f !M ml k HlJ4 111 i E IP IP 1.1- I :i: 1 i I. H' l I i '' !- & c ; fck J 1' II 6 :; p I. II E) It I -1 1 r STEYN.IS FOR PEACE. Both He and Botha Urge Kru gcr to Sue. nOrJIEYER MAY PROPOSE TERMS. Bepnbllcs to Retain Absolute Independ ence, l)ii t to Disarm If England lte fnses, Then to Ask Cnpe Dutch to Ilebol. The Above Humored. London, Fob. 20. Tho Lourenso "Marques correspondent of Tho Times rays: Tho feeling in oillcM circles nt Pretoria borders on consternation. Gen. Louis Botha and President "Stoyn uro urging President Krnger to suo for pcaco. At Blocnifontciu Goneral Cron jo's position is regarded as hopeless. Lonijon, Feb. 26. In nbout a fort night the congress of tho Afrikander bund will moot, nnd it is rumored that Mr. Hofmoycr will then propco pcaco terms on thu basis of tho repnblics re taining absoluto indep...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 February 1900

JWl AKBOF DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY. FEBRUARY 20 1900 '.I, ,"'0), ' -; 3 SPECrALS vou WKKK ENDING Saturday, March 3, 1000 2 socks fresh yellow bolted corn nicnl for inc. (20 lbs. of seasonable cereal for less than lc per pound.) 1 lb. peanut butter for 22c. In self-scaling- glass Jars, delicious for sandwiched. ' t 2 lbs. of 10c large, fancy, doublu pre pared, harvest brand California prunes, this week only' 20c. Vi lb. or tho best Singapore duo block pepper this week 12c, or 1 lb. for 2rc net. Until further notice we will present to every purchaser of 1 lb. of S. & G. 8 2oc Java and Mocha coffee or above, an eight page Mother (loose Story Book, entitled "Dolly Dear Ser ies." Keep yourseir young and please (lie children with the "Babes In the W(ood," "Jack Horner," etcv Sco wludow display. Call, send telephone, or mall your order, our wagons pass your door. Addressed postnl cards free for the asking. China & Japan Tea Store Schumacher & Gammeter Tel. 520. 101 S. Howard st. P...

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