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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 March 1900

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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 March 1900

yHfetfV wt'lTyiiV.'.HaM,'if PAn i' " r AKRON DAILf DEMOCRAT. r ". . FAIR and COLDER. Spectacles and Eye Glasses At very leiH price. CnP and oo how well wo cnn fit 'ou GEO.S. DALES & SON. r VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 280 AKRON. OHIO. TUESDAY. EVENING. MARCH 13. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT 9.6B REJECTS The Peace Offer Submitted by Kruger and Steyn. England Will Not the War. End Until the Republics Are Effaced From Map. United States Was Chosen as Medium Through Which the Peace Pro posal Was Made. War Will Continue Until Mediation or Surrender. Washington, March lit. (Spl.) TUo Cabinet, at Its meeting toilny, will he mnilo acquainted with the nature and extent of. thu proposals submitted by tho Boer Presidents to Great Britain through tho .United States, but there is llttioiprospect that an official state ment on the subject will be issued nf tcr tho meeting unless word conies -befo?cMWrSlderitv!ini'hl8alvisors' adjourn -thiirJAlhbas.sador Ghoato has presented the Kruger-Stoyn note to tho forei...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 March 1900

i,r 'frwfrrvminm --vit!'yJ7',"T'v 'awyiiuMJi'T' -. -.. - '" "fr-'r AKRON DAILY DEMOOKA1Y TUESDAY. MARCH 13 1000 K it t l if r I w I ; . t f r ! : M mi h F KJ GOLD fofaosmoi TO WASH' COLORED TABLE CLOTHS A jml au? cirifot h Uvs on firms anil falTV tO 4ft thftlf DVI Vlllilfl. tf.A fnlAfaJ i.t.t. llntnfoiira wuhtnj. To keep them looking new ina irom uaing use t unto Gold Dust Wishing Powder !n the wish wster, and dry In the ihide. It Is Tfonderful how lone pretty red tibU cloth lll tetp lt (reshneai wished thli mt. ISnh r.A or colored nipklns tbs sime way. Th 1wy. fi utn from tir ftM lttAkl.l .- i nuua fun UUVab,UJl& Bel) frtt on reqtmt to THE K. K. rAIRDAHK COMPANY. CMott, SI. Uul. H.w Vtrt, B.tioc For PLUMBING, Steam and riot Water Heating, Welsbach Incandescent Lights and Fixtures, See HOFFMAN BROS., WaS&. NOW ai7 EAST MARKET EST. A tVl J S S tVI E N T S WILBUR F. STIGXLE. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MANAUEK Tuesday, March 13 Wealthy Widow Wiggles. Wednesday, Mnroh 14 Andrew Mack In "...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 March 1900

BiSros "jf.wijr.p WTWwmm ilikJ. ,. ).., iij 1,1 4 , , J. , " ' ' ' -lT rr i. n r a Pi ll "i tt " o: I tt ii f hi JL r Dealing Winchesters Kept Within Reach by Beckham Adherents. Buckets of Bullets Have Been Stored. Warrant Issued For Arrest of Senator Deboe, Charged With Being Implicated fn Goebcl Murder. Louisville, Ky., March 1:$. (Spl.) lli'inucriitlv Governor HeeUliain 1ms nil tutned force of Democrat piirtNsms nr l-ninkforl today tlint fur cxwodi In niihilirr (he little tinny of nillltla with which Governor Taylor It holding tlje Stiite House. ' , It is tlu M'liuilii' of Hie GoelielitcK to "Issue wnrmutH for nil t,lie IicpulilicMii state ollieinls, ami by ni'ieslllig tbem, the Coolieliti's hope to slew the state oltcef. It Is for this reason Mint Tay lor. Is keepbiK tbe nillltla around blin. The Capitol 'hotel, where Beekhuni resides, Is a regular arsenal today. Cartridges, for Winchesters are In buckets in rooms all over the house mid :!00 Winchester rllles are concealed in th...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 March 1900

; wt"Wi' " rW" whitjrV .' t "?S - '?i?Ji '' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUEfcDAY MARCH 18, 1000 ijM THE DAILY DEMOCRAT ...NOTICE... Catarrh CAN BE CURED. It has been for your citizens. Had we tho Uborty to do so would glndly rofor you to them. EDW. G. HARTER FRED W. OAYER Editors and Manager. 't )WlX M ' t ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mni Aflvafllslnn Dipt. H CQAS. A. MARVIN.... News Editor SI. p rUBUSUKD BY THE AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. :jP4' Pn - ' "r ii W)k . " . J "-'Tti'!"T'.'U.'S3feflr?-M..i' ' , 77 V .. fr? -r- --a-.Uiaicijnl1h";f.Fi I i B I I 8 s 131 'i ' t, .? ! i r ! 1 u. m ! W 1 OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 137 S. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH VIco President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. IIOYE Edw. S. Harter....Dr. 0. W. Mllllkln Ed. H. Do La Court. Entered at tho postofflco at Akron,' Ohio, as second-class mnll matter. Delivered ovcry evening by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3.00.... $1.50 for six mo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 March 1900

SSESS" nuTVfriff' tiWM-'. - ' i AKfcON "DAILY DEMOORAT. TUESDAY, irAKCpE IB, 1000 ' . . Interesting Facts Concerning 1 ! to a Pi :il tu tl! nd f if m F leu m Aery few sections of the United mini's uro rreo lroui ciiiarrn m soma form. In the Northern Slates It Is almost universal. A disease so roinnion would nutur. nlly rIvu rise tu tt largo number of bo called euros, ulid catarrh remedies are (infored In every form: inhalers, washes The latest eatarrh eure is u prepar ation lu tablet form, very pleasant to take, and according to many recent tests.tho results have been highly satis, factory. Unlike patent medlelues In general, this' new catarrh euro Is not a secret preparation, but tins Ingredients are plainly staled. Druggists sell the remedy under tho uame of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, and tho tablets are composed of highly concentrated antiseptics, eucalpytol, nyurasun, guatneol, boochwood tar, and several other well-known catarrh specifics, and thu success of Stuart's Cnturrh Tabl...

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

Xv fT. Tn'i"Viir wr- i - (,(? ipT?-,w3f3jvf '-'"7 f v'" 'yf wyT f "' ' V'.i1) Ur'JijlfrW FF1 rT ywjwar "tv1 jj-;""''CT'tf"5 wwv-n5??""5i"j"fW";i 1 AKKOX DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1000 I m I m H I CMS I','1!. i COLOR LINE Waived by Ruhlin. Has Signed Articles to Fight ,a Negro. Rampanelli Won First Game From Hard. Pool Tournament In Progress at Kirkwood Club. Scores Made by Akron Bowlers Local Sporting News. Kulilin, In IiIh efforts to got on u match with it lioa vyw eight, ot homo prominence, 1ms waived the color line. A special says tlint his manager, Hilly Mmldcn, lnis signed Hi articles for a contest with Krunk Chllds, Iho,' wi'll known colored heavyweight. They will meet 'in, lJolrolt. a 13) w Hiiit-o lt'i'ihlln entered tho ring hi- 1mh wild thai hi' would not meet a negro. Thlh match Is evidence of llio fact that ho hils changed his mind: For u pood many years tho white nieu have luoldod fighting colored pugilists by drawing the color line. In a great many Instance) !t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 March 1900

,j3iAtt,aihtKi"'' r-v.jw.v1riiM'Mii humm i-wyr' T- :. ,.r AKBOtf DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MAKCII 13, tooO til L a P' m Ipi ll( tu 5 Ith) Bd in l)C H DEMOCRAT'S LINERS . . . . THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE .'.: ad&a PEOPLE'S COLUMNS ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : ' , 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c wmmiwwwirww Telephone 180 Your Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application. 24 Words Can be put Into FOUR lines. In writing: your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. .WASTED Agents In every county to handle "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., G Studio Bldgs., cor ner Stato and Ohio sts., Cbfeugo. 202 tf WANTED. IFJTOU WANT to buy a grocery, If you want to sell your grocery, If you want to buy a saloon, If you want to sell your saloon o...

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

fybtyUn ifcr-MV)Vi,H fcswMii.iSffiiw '' --"Wrt'i:fi AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1000 LINE AWVWWWWWWWA BILLS SvF5W v i n h if: iw 11 & .? a i r . P u I 'i ft! . $ ft Vt tUt ! '-q&2&j THE WEATHER WEDNESDAY. MfipjoD pun ,iuki The a cry LATEST IX SPUING STYLES HAVE ARRIVED. FAN CY IUBUOXS FOR NECKWEAR ix purple, vixK, white, PALE JJLUES, ETO. TAl'KETA R1BHONS THAT WASH IN ALL COLOR S AND WIDTH. At flOu nnd 35c n yard Fancy nil Bilk, doiiblu ftteod taffeta rib bons. Tlio kind that you can wash. Regular price o those goods today Ib Mc ii yard. At Me, i!0c yard-l'lalu tnlTetn Bill: and fancy ribbons for neck wear, In all wlrttliN. Fast colors In every possible uhndc you can think of. At 17c a yard Plain taffeta rib bons, No. !() In all similes. Regu lar price U3e. Those goods arc prlnclpaly used for misses hair ribbons. At lc a yard-All nillc No. 12 taffeta, ribbons In all shades. Fast colors. The kind you pay lfic for. At lc to 23e a jard Satin ri-o-grain) In all ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

MMBBSSS AKRON DAIL DEMOCRAT. ?rcJ Lxnb's Specials for This Week. Hpr nilrt, Tendorlolm, Halle f)yiter25o tor nt. Turkey nd nil klnrt of IlrpMfld Poultry People's Cash Meat Market, 11? H.Howard st. Fair Tomorrow VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 281 AKRON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 14, 1900. PRICE ONE GENT m$msmt u fe WAR Will Continue Until Republics Are Crushed And the British Flag Flies Over Them. Boers Will Fight Harder Than Ever, England's Refusal Having Mac'e Them Desperate. Roberts Having No Walkover at Bloemfontein. Gen. Cronje Going to St. Helena Latest News. Washington, March 1-1. (Spl.) 3:30 p. m. The Secretary of State today received tlio answer from tho British Government to the overtures for peace, wbjeh tho dopavtment transmitted in behalf of the Boer government. Lord Salisbury thanks' the United States for its lutcrost and says that Great Britain has at this time no need of tho services of the American1 government, Pretoria, March 14, via Lorenzo Marques, March 13, 10:35 a.m....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

AKliOST DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEtTNESDAT,' KAOH u moo l DISCUSSED CROWDED mm RED CROSS JOURNAL m &M Municipal Ownership Are City Schools, l?B fc"l ii : 'f f (I I in' At Economic League Meeting Last Night. Rev. F. G. Haddock Opened Discussion With an Interesting idealistic Address. Thinks Municipal Regulation Better Than Ownership. Attendance at tho meeting of the Economic League Tuesday night was better than usual, tbcro being uu au dience of 50 members piesent. It was announced that Dr. Long street, of Cincinnati, tbe celebrated "single-tax" orator, would deliver a lecture before the Leaguo nest Tues day evening nt G. A. U. hall. Tuo fol lowing committee wns. named to look after arrangements for the lectmo: S. G. Rogers,' Hon.'N.'D. Tlbbnls, T. O Rnynolds, Prof. .!. E. MeKenn ml Dr. O. I). Chllds. The commltteo appointed to icpoct on the legullty of admitting associate members Into the League, mich mem bers to pay $1 for u membership cor tlflcatc was reported with favor by the commit...

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

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. MARCH U W03 i Xi BOERS Continue to Fight. Making Preparations For Sturdy Defense. Burghers Won Victory at Abraham's Kraal. Dublin Decides on Loyal Ad dress to Queen. Gen. Cronje Will be Taken to St. Helena Tomorrow. l'rotorln, March ll.-(Spl.)-A dis patch from the Hocr hcMdquiirtcrH nt lllocnifontcin, dnted March 12, wiys preparations for n sturdy defense con tliiup mIiicc the rejection of the pence proposal by England. Fierce fighting is nt.it goliip on. Thd Burgheis were victorious nt Abraham's Krntil on Saturday, when the Johannesburg and Pretoria police made a heroic stand against overwhelming numbers of the eiiPiny. The scene of the tight Is only thlity-flvo miles from the Kree State capital and the cannon was distinctly nudlable there. Dublin. March 14.-(Spl.) The Cor poration of the City of Dublin decided today by 11 vote of !I0 to lii! to present a-Joyal nddress to the Queen on her arrival In this city. Capetown, March 14. (Spl.) General Cron...

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. — 14 March 1900

AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1000 w I !i 'H a ,t M ii I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT EDW. S. HARTEB FRED W. OAYER Editors and Mtntgart. ED. H. DE LA C0.URT, Mgr. Advorllslng Dept. GUAS. A. MARVIN.... Nows Editor PtmUSlIED BY THH AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. OFFICE: Democrat Block. Nos. 185 and 137 B. Main Street. Long Distance l'lioiio ISO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. TAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. IIOYB Erfw. S. Harlcr....Dr. O. W. Mlll'.kin Ed. IJ. De Ln Court. Entered at tbf pn'.toCl-c ot Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every cvonlng uy earlier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mail $3.00.... $1.00 for sis monttis DO YOUR GLASSES SUIT, Or nro you wearing; any old thing bocnuso you havo tried to bo fitted and failed? Try Ja bR. G. W. TUCKER, Now. 130. S. Main $t. no good citizen, whether ho bo Demo crat or Republican. trlct nro still waiting for den. Dick to deliver that much advertised speech In defense of I lie pension ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

SfflSSiRS fo SWINDLERS. (Continued from pnge.) not what I nm going to tell you. 1 nlso write to you, because, its you nro In a frco country In which I shall bo nblo to succeed to tho plans I hnvo thought It In easier for ntn tlint my young daughter only fourteen yeais old may find lit your Bldu nnd under your protection tho future Hint I lmo assured for her, out of tho troubles thut sho should And her. I fear even that this letter may not icsich you, but In tho clrcumstnnccs In which 1 am, I cannot wait any more. "As my father wan a great engineer, viho worked many years under tho di rection of Mr. Fordlnnud Leasees, nnd ho succeeded to take a part m tho studying of the great works for tho opening of tho Inter-Occanlc cnnul of ranamn, It was also very easy for mo to obtain a good employ under Mr I.esseps' protection In tho counting house of that company, seeing every dny increase his favor toward me, when I had the misfortune of losing my father, whoso loss was followed a year after...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

EEsassszas n;"' 75TV i imwmwm.. r T.T. iT?". ' '!'r"1' .i-mJ. nDnRRBNVBHVnBIPqiHMHMBHiHMailllMmiVM ?IPTS"",j , v 'TT'1 ? Kirx AKRON DAILY TJEfOCKAT. WEDNESDAY, MAROII 14, 1000 e D ) i1 r i ! r , &?M 1 For Charter Filed By South End Athletic Club Wednesday. Siler Throws a Boquet at Art Simms. The Kirkwood Bowlers In Great Form. Were Dccli Will Rido In East Sporting News. -Local The South Knd Athletic club litis, through Its attorney, applied to See retnry f Stnto Kinney for a charter. At tin' last meeting of tho club nu ngu limit of til) jcni's wits placed on till applicants for membership. Kltti-cn new members wore admitted. The dub litis four bowling team, enough nintcrlnl for. two . bnstf ball tennis, tlio best bicycle racing team Jn Hi" State, it glee club with moru thou 20 meuibois, tlio ehnniplon fenlh cr and Hglilwtllit boxers In this vi cinity, a heavyweight wrestler who gives great promise nud tlio rhauiplon checker player of Ohio. Quite nn ag gregation for ti young orga...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

TBftKFtwTFjB. ,-.. ',-,, ,'i'- i "(i " i . AIQKN DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, MAJiClI li. 190) 1 f! LINERS 1 THE EASIEST WAY TO u GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE asaa&s SBr mil PEOPLE'S 00LUMHS ADVERTISING RATES ,IN THESE CPLUMNS : 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 lines. In writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. WANTED-MJLE HELP. WAITED Agents' In every county to -handle '.'Coin on Money," -old exclusively through agents. Vov 'further Information, address Coin Publishing Co., 5 Studio Bldga., cor ner State and Ohio sts., Cbcago, , 202 tf. WANTED. WANTED-Situali'on in private fam ily by a Jady. Call at once, 110 S. Bowery. - '280-281 WANTED-Ono Address 110 S. unfurnished Bowery. room, 280 IF YOU' WANT to buy u grocery, if you want to sell yo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 14 March 1900

& t ;?? it.'Tv, K ,1- AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. MABOH 11, 1000 y3FX T,ri ycwk.'S? I- to it I (4$ tid weather TnunsDAT. J Fair ONEY! WE LOAN ITT On Lonn Time and Easy Payments . JVi: y mulcn loiiim from 15 tn $1,000 mi wiilulioti. DliuiHiiulB, llcmsoliuUl Uooils, i'l(inoa,OrKiiiia, Uormn, Wiioim, Onrrliimis. Morn nml Oilluo Fixture, MorclioiicriHu, mocKs, jiuiiUK, jiiwulry, Insurnncn Poll. eloK. limit. OontrartH, WITHOUT ANY niiiiiicrrv wiiATjJviin and with. r&HKBHiow. '" ',HJM 1UUU Elegant Private Offices. AKRON SECURITY LOAN CO. 193 South Howard St., SiSSS?- rxioat- rviiii st. Fhone 1522 until 9 p.m. Open eveulnei. Nclan Bros. Ilnvo you been In to tluilr now store? It Is said to bo tlio most beautiful Moio room In Ohio, 'The various depart ments me most artistically arranged, and every piece of furniture Is con atructed i;o UK to hiinuonlrii with each other and give a blend of elegance that Is Indeed fascinating, it will pay yon to visit this store. You will find tli...

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

j-v' wr 'JWr'WMtMtj).feYWMM4P4W i 'i, ', MM I mmmaalmmmmmmmllmlmmamltmamlmtmiMmltt-ttmt-tmmmaumMlimmia- li ' P i fe i, li SNOW and COLDER: VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 282 FIGHT To Bitter End, Is Determination of the Boers. Pretoria the Scene of Wild Excitement, Montagu White Makes Strong Comment On England's Rejection of the Peace Offer. Says Johannesburg .Destroyed, Will be Including $150,000,000 Worth of Properly War News. Loudon, Mnrch 15. (Spl.) Intense excitement rules at Pretoria, says dis patches from there. The Boers mid their leaders arc wild with resentment nt Lord Salisbury's plainly expressed intention to wipe out the two republics. All classes say hey are determined to light to the bitter end to preserve their Independence. Secretary of Sjtnto Reltz declares the Tunr will nnw'hc foilerrt'Wfl.-flnlsh. '-' The Boers say England's tusk Is greater than she dreams of, and that 'tactics not dreamed of will he resorted to. Fresldent Kruger and his advisers are picparlug a defiant rep...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 March 1900

?pWwrt$ V AK110N DAILY DEMOCKAT. THURSDAY. MARCH 15 lflOO . DR. A. C. RIDEOUT Tills Is the Gentleman Who Is Entitled to All the Credit for all the Numerous Cures That Are Heine Affected at the British Medical Institute, Koora 36, Central Of fice Building. A stuff of eminent physicians nml surgeons from the Ltrltlah Medical In stitute bare, at tho urgent solicitation of a lmgc number of patients under their treatment In Akron, established a permanent branch of the Institute. In this city In sulto 'M Central Offlco building. These emtuent gentlemen have decided to glvo their 'services entirely free for thrco months (medicines excepted) to nil Invalids who call upon them for treatment between now and April 1st. Those services consist not only of consultation, examination and ndvlcc, but also of all minor surgical operations. Tho object In pursuing this conrso Is to become rapidly nnd personally acquainted with the sick and allllcted ami under no condition whatever will any charge be ma...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 March 1900

r V Si" .J" "U-" 'i - .-frs( iynj. f cat - AKRON DATLY DEMOpKAT THURSDAY, MAROU 15 UWJ A &&V -T &'Jl tT', . k It 1) IJt ' I lfi B l?, LABORERS Refused to Work. Made a Demand For In crease In Wages. As .It Was Not Forth coming They Quit. UNION RULES. Strike at Taplin, Rice & Com pany Plant. More Trouble Is Anticipated In This City. All of the laborers 1 Hit' moulding department of Tnplln, Rico & Com pany quit work Thursday afternoon. At S o'clock this morning they no tilled the. company that they would strike unless they wero given an in crease of 10 per cent In wages. ,- They announced that tho answer imwt be forthcoming by '2 'o'clock this afternoon. The company was not prepared to gle a tinal answer on such notice, The men waited until the hour named. At that time they threw down,, thuir' tools and walked out. There was much cheering on their part. The laborers have been receiving from -fl.10 to $1.0 a day. The men are allillated with the American Federation of...

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