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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 March 1900

HilSSiPSRiW rtiiwsg""11 ju ' f ' 7ry t It - " ." t BlJMHkaiAaWMWHHWI i i I I - . 1 i natniiilt imvwwr'1 'Vw'JJ?,?r t tt r .: . '- - iiiii II ! W "H I "' " H jWjpwWiiw iii i ji ir"'iw' MMtMnipnnnnwwHWMM ',' v, A' if-n AKHOXT DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1000 ? i' ) i A II 1' ( THE WEATHER TUESDAY. Fair Spring Dress Trimmings Some of the NEW THINGS that will he the PRE VAILING STYLE in spring Gown Garniture At 13 a yard All our annllnuo trimmings In white and black, pure silk. At $1.00 to $3 a yard All bur laces In cream, while and black; several dilloront styles, all cholco patterns. At 6c to $1.50 a yard Silk braid trimmings In a big variety of pat terns; all shades, that are out for tho spring soason. At 75c to H a yard All our om broldorlos, tho most, stylish trim mings for shirt waist fronts; wo can show you all tho latest-up-to-date effects. At 76o to $3.50 Laco and shir red oiTccts, all now patterns for this season. Our assortment is strong luBt now. At $1 to $1.50 Tucked ...

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. — 27 March 1900

tWPf- gif'-rx' "frOtv t.'v'n I Ml I DEMOCRAT Threatening Tomorrow, Spectacles and Eye Glasses At very low prlcei. Call nnd boo how well wo csn lit you. GEO. S. DALES & SON. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 292 AKRON. OHIO. TUESDAY. EVENING. MARCH 27. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT -mWWi AKRON DAILY ELUDED Gen. French's Troops. Oliver's Army Will Reach Boer Forces. Preparing For Defense of Pretoria. Many Difficulties Will Confront Sen. Roberts. Reported That Burghers Have Sur rendered to French. London, March 27. (Spl.) It Is re ported from Bloeinfontein that the live thousand Boers, with sixteen guns, under Cjotnmnndant Oliver, who were slipping along the Basutoland fron tier, have succeeded In eluding Gener al French. It it intimated that these Boers have Joined the Trans vaal forces at Kooustadt. If they have douo this the Burghers army at that place has materially strengthened. The dilllculties that Gen. Roberts must overcome before reaching the Transvaal frontier have greatly increased, too. Oliv...

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. — 27 March 1900

! TS! . I 1 v ; i Sf(0rYsrhfMtarf';lfal, iqwlw" !&. If I. : f li w ? I it. f 1 t V Non - you analyze. THEY .llie antimr; is jieciieiaes .Tested i upon thft HAVE .Stud11 gj: , " ,,1,1 eAF)R y'"j te6're ooo s To buy a typewriter that Ybill continue to produce satisfactory work during years of constant use; and this is the height and the depth of typewriter economy. Any one of our three machines will perform such a service. ' We shall be glad to make you thor oughly acquainted with one or all of them. iittYr&VrciJt rZ JnT7 l3m rjr PLACE YOUR WANT GOTTHILF EBERHARD Cor. E. Exchange aud Grant Sts., Akron, O. Is ono of tho old ostubliflliod drugpinls of Akron, and is a most cnroful and cciinpotont phnrinncinr, und iH an authority on all lliinga pertaining to drugs. Tho public has conlldonco in him and thoroughly relics on what ho recommends to them, llo highly praises Red Cross OSood Elixir Ho says that it is tho finest Spring Medicine- that was evor placeil before tho public, 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. — 27 March 1900

7"tWilHlf rim p 0tifm'Kiri .:miH'fmmimft-oi"fl'-i TST, AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 27 1000 Ntqt&lfIQTi s Defends Mr. Paul. "I am a Republican, Says He, "But Believe In Justice In All Cases';: ? s - Vindicates Mr. Paul of the Beacon's Charge. Mr. Homan Denounces the Charge as "Outrageous." . The Beacon Journal, In Its eff'.rts to bolster up the stnteruent tlini Coun cilman Paul had 'voted hi favor of granting the East Market street con tracts to the highest bidders, on Mon day sent reporters to Interview Re publican Couuellmen, with a view to securing proof along the Hues of the papers attack. But they jdldu't sugceed'. Councilman Sorrlck gave the representative a cold reception, and Councilman Homan declared that he thought the Beacon's attack upon Mr. Paul was an outrage. He said that he not only heard Mr. Paul vote 'Xo" In both Instances, but K nlnn 1inmi1 ltt... mlvlcn llffnlllof ilin UI3U 111.11,1 lllllt lHlfv: llL,tuuci w.vj nwardlng of the contracts to Messrs. McC...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 March 1900

M4I!"W iWi iinWiV'WijK feV iSftWv WfUfr 3SW6Wf TV AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 27, 1000 u. J. I f fl: l I . V I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED by THE AKIION DEMOOUAT CO. EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. OAYER Editors and Managers. ED. II. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dopt. TUESDAY, MAHCII 27, 1000. "Air Koons will add dignity nud stroiiGth to the Council," says tho Beacon, "and no breath of scandal will smirch his fair name." Sir. Koons Is safe while tho local Republican Ma chine has the solo right to use tho Dob sonlan apparatus for "name smirch ing" and "scandal breathing" In this locality. "Col. I. C. Gibbons," says tho Bea con, "has endeared himself to tho hearts of tho people by his unllluchlng advocacy of tho Interests of tho poo- pie." Col. Gibbons should Insist upon the nominal editor's also throwing In n tcxr adjectives, If ho has any left, about bis Special Guardianship of Truth. Tho Dobsou paper accuses tho Hon. J. Park Alexnudqr of "attempting to como to tho ichcuo of tho C...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 March 1900

mm!mmmmw1' fcHWWWJtF r"ij!MWW-M-iri- ,&? ?W rt v .1 (fsrjpw ?irK '' v I'T AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, MARCH 27,slflOO CAPABLE Receiver's Price 7cr per On ono lot Misnes' $2 Button Shoes at Men Are Presented THE AKRON SHOE CO. ! By Democratic Party to the Voters. 132 S. Main St. ESBKKssuoi " y Bl . HMHIHH Ssse? JlJIv Mam (Jr-i-1 Something About Demo . cratic Candidates. They Are All Popular Their Neighbors With And Will Make Good Representatives If Elected. There is no better criterion to a man's fitness to hold public olllee than Ills devotion to duty In private life. The man who is honest and shrewd in the administration of private affairs, will not deviate from such principles In the administration of public affairs. Ho knows that there Is nothing In the theory, suggested by Commissioner McMlIIon a week ago that "You can't conduct public business like Individual business." A man careful In prlvato life will be careful In public life. In selecting candls.a?es ror public ofll...

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. — 27 March 1900

r1 ""'I'jb-ifPPJiw '.))'' "'.rT"! "T" 'W.MP-IU,' ' tm;- inY" " , ; "r 'jr-r-" 'r '" V- hi AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1003 r"f . 'piiiriiiMi1 I'tqssywii y I Mi t 3'. ' i i't i r H 1 r w t w FRED B. An Old. Campaigner Has Joined the Chicago Road Brigade. Sharkey Will Fight Ruhlin In July. All Hotels no Match For Kirk wood Bovvloi's. Were Defeated by 300 Pins Local Sporting News. Fred 13 Is well known to every local admirer ot fast horses. For a num ber of years ho appeared In Akron at every meeting. At that time lie was driven by John Whitney, who devel oped him Into one of tho star perform ers of the. Grand Circuit. Tlio following from tho Cleveland Iender will be read with Interest In Akron. It Hays: Fred B, 210;,, one of the gnmest trotters that has been seen on local tracks, has joined tho Chicago road brlgnde. .lames Murphy, who at one time owned Star Pointer,' l:50yi, aud other fast ones, purchased tho son of Reveille last week from Glim Beachy, the Kentucky horsem...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 March 1900

"v-.f'rv',V nrnWi"WMWn:rW fWWli'" AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 27, 1000 ? fsrfs&& LINERS . IfflEMMf THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT', HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE . . f'0 993399 l 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 TOUR lines. In writing; your want advertisements please lollow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. YOUNG WOMAN, ALONE IN THE world; father left i?40,000 In property which she cannot niimage alone; de sires husband who is honest aud kind. Addi ess box 23, St. Louis, Mo. '201-203 WANTED Immediately two good lloor moulders. Enquire Pcuu Foun dry. Co., -Geo. Bailer, Receiver. 202-204 WANTED A 'man ,o'bd wife to run restaurant with' dwelling up .stairs over Restaurant. ' 'Enquire Okas. SpkofrKkchmigo- Hotel. 201-203 WAITED Agen...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 March 1900

ai rtlj rarfn?wMtxtfr''rv,7" c i "py i r- f,ij!1,',','J"l "t'I'ih. ru u-f, ; -,. 'j'y.TiJ xjn?, T"'t' i.'W, i "?.,.". WMI'VI ''.'' ? i ' .pv s;. w'y' -rrr-TTW jUSJt" 'J '" i A " 'jr, . I O.iH' -s 8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 27, 1000 ooooooo80coooooooooooooooooooepaooceoooooeoe SS1 f JVAT Cl r K vVT M Cif7WT?cirTr?r' t --UTriArii )iSas3S)(Slb!g)l)g2l(! Like the Sun's Rays Through a Cloud iiywrr'y I 1kA I fSSgg I Ao OoI5eo is i j r a x f f, si" umJ:'H THE WEATHER WEDNESDAY. Fnlr Ladies7 Gents' s STYLES in HOSIERY change the same as in Dress Goods. POLKA DOTS and FANCY LACES, STRIPES predominate this season. 25c a pair Ladles' fancy hosiery In lisle thread, drop stitch, fancy striped, red, blue and hlacl;, with white polka dots. ' 30c a pair Ladles' fancy hosiery.? In lisle thread, fancy plaids, polka dots, drop stitch lu red, blue, and black. COc a pair Ladles' silk hosiery In black, tan, purple and blue; white heel ami too, fast colors. 15c a pair Ladles' black hosiery, th...

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. — 28 March 1900

f fr-ifrrfl, 5 t Vf'ffIj'''7iP''t' fJTTfwi .T-f. 'infjTIii'BJBw Ir AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Spiro Kiln, lemWlolrn, nulle n,-ir2 nor tit. rttrlcoy atii oil Iclntti o( llrcitml Poultry People's Cash Meat Market, lir N.Howard $t. r If Threatening Tomorrow. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 293 AKRON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, EVENING. MAItOH 28. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT WAR CLOSED Will be Prolonged. Deal For the Land 7&ti5rP;ttrvrr'V3 J$ffls& Boers Have Means to ' Carry on Struggle. Braver Men Are Not to be Found. An American Official Who Wit nessed Battles lias Nothing But Good Words For President Krueger. Now York. Mnrch 28.-(Spl.) Web- stcr Davis, the assistant secretary of the tntcilor, the only American official, except the military attaches, who wit nessed tho battle between the Boers and the British In the Transvaal uuived In New York this morning In the steamship Alor from Genoa, Italy. Mr. Davis left Pretoria nbout Feb. 12 after having spent several weeks as a gi...

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. — 28 March 1900

.-. vKtptygimmi iff 'f1ww'nT','w-,vwr-1i. "p-'w'irvyrtf-- -tug? n -mtbe "' y-TinisjpIIg mw AKRON DAILY DEMOOBAT. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 1000 The Clarke Grocery Co 138 N. Howard St. 41 4 East Market St. Phone 8?9. .... . Sell the Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. Place Your tfext Order With Us. All Goods Delivered Promptly,.... EVERYTHING IH SEASON CONSTANTLY ON HAND... J T"o Stores: 133 N. Howard St. Phone 414 E. Market St. oQ & D. ELLIS Moving Vans, Teaming nnil TrrtHRfnrrlnir. "Kill ' ? ....,, ..r.i1 Vitlin ,. mirl avoid tho rush." Olllco, Cor. Cherry and Canal sts. Id. 251". Grow ore ofWlne Catawba Pure, Catawha A, Port, Sweet, Ives Seedling:.... , .Always on hand. All order promptly filled. Bpeclul attention given to iniill orders. SCIIAEDLER & (1HEIN, ... Kelly's lslan, 0. family Waahlnes Our speolulty. Spuclal rates. Wo wash clean, good flntsh, don't ruin fabrics. Will call for and dollvor goods. Ouo trial Is all wo nsk. AtVIKmOAN LAUNDRY 405 East Exchange st. Phone 7 OE0...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 March 1900

w,sJj5ww5s T --;-? n ' 'i. (ft jt, v o "T ap- '-"V?" nrr- AKRON DAIL" DEMOCRAT. WEipTJESpAY, MAROII 28 1000 ii FIFTH' TIME Case Has Been Heard. Confractor Hunt Is Among the Missing. His Lawyer Don't Know Where He Is. Charged With Violation of, Elec- -f ion Laws. Several Action',' Were,. Settled Court HouseNews. v; A motion to nfUrn'i t'he decision of tho Circuit rourt In the rnso of tho Akron Gas conipnny vs. City was heard by tho Supreme court -today. This nctlon -wiiS' 'tried twice In tho Common Mens and Circuit courts. It was decided In favor of the city In tho lower courts both times. The Circuit court reversed the Common Mens court In both Instances. Tho hearing today will end the litigation. It grows opt of n bill presented to the city for lighting nt the city building. It is claimed by tho city that the company is bound to ' furnish gns free under an old agreement contained In the franchise of tho old company which was absorbed by the now. AVHEBE IS HUNT? Tho damage ease of E...

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. — 28 March 1900

8PpT'ifP!!T,ri"tV)irvviV(gife - "x.ifn "nm-? w -i ""f-'ttflftf ,( ' Wt Pj) .gM - r JW : ?rp7v"5 riff "t .s "vr rtfTtnfft vM AKRON DAILY D-EMOOBAT. EDIpBDAYi. MARCH 28, 1000 l fflj DAILY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED BY CHD AKRON DEMOOItAT CO. tnW. 8. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managed. ID. H. DE U COURT, KIgr. Advoriltlno Dopt. 3HAS. A. MARVIN.... Nows, Editor ' OFFICE: Democrat Block, Nob. 135 and 137 S. Mala Street Long Distance Phone 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Hce President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. OAVEH rrcasuror M. W. UOYE Sdw. S. Hnrtcr....Dr. C. VT. Mllllkln Ed. H. Do La Court, Eutcred at the postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mnll matter. Delivered every evening by carrier boy G CENTS A WEEK. By mall $3.00... .51.50 for sis mouths OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. WEDNESDAY, MAROFI 2S. EDITOR SEY80LD DEFENDS PAUL MR. From Tucs'lny'i Akron Qermnnln. "Isboll and Paul must go'." Shouts the Beacon. For...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 March 1900

nynuypfo. Op" "Ys" trr,!)wT'fli " .. ? i AKON 1XAILY DEMOtiltJlf1. WtriDffEsfoAY, MAIICII 28, 100O pew Spring Newest Styles Black and Colored NO ADVANCE IVI era's. Boys" Ybuths' A o tin o m s Misses' Children's Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction. You can make no mistake in buying those shoes. I 1 SHOES A ffi C. A. HOLLOWAY, 143 South Howard Street. niEW5ISSIEJr5IS'SSISrfSS35ISKIE551IS5tSllECfSI!B'SlSSl tssasBlsaKaQStoLC&sae i ioesi . l s IN PRICES. 1 I 1 i .. I W If mrmmttmtttmjimm ig wiwi iiwi ADDRESS By Mayor W.E.Young. Delivered Before the Economic League. Subject, "Modern Munci pal Government." S3iklitih WWi Engolhart & Eokart PLUMBING AND HEATING High Pressure and Heavy Steam Pipolng a specialty Allwork guaranteed. Eepalr work promptly attondcd to. til BWlill Street. le 45 B1 oeoeooaoaocecoo9ocoooae90ooeeoecsa9oeooea o SK& .2 ftlL-J3m iSisSflbv l?il KWk HIS a o o Having nnule the assertion tliat we carry the BEST LINE OF WALL PAPER IN SUMMIT COUNTY, wo stand...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 March 1900

Sip&$ w.-'jvag $F- ..i.);trT- rfr"0 T( r -pi fc.T'i -.y AKItOiN DAILY DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1000 i;b "N 1 Car Will be Chartered By Kirkwood Club Bowlers and Rooters. Ruhlin and Sharkey Have Been Matched. Managers Met and Agreed on the Terms. Failed to Post the Forfeits Local Sporting News. Tho first and second teams of the Klrkwoou club bowled last night. Tho first team won four games with an average of 150 for each of tho fivo players. The second team's average was 132. It Is probable that a special ear will be chartered to tako tho team and rooters to Clevelaud next Monday night when a series of games will bo played with tho All Hotels. The games will bo played on the Calumet alleys on Superior st. AN OPEN CHALLENGE. Tho Young Lions challenge any team In Akron under 12 years of age. An swer through tho Democrat. Tho Young Lions line up ns follows: John McGowan, c; L. Smith, p.; J. Immel, lb.; (manager,) .7. McOowan, 2d b.; .1. Delaney, fib.; R. Cardarelll, s.s.; S. P. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 March 1900

I T- ,1 "- 1 ' !! AKltON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, KAItOIt 25, 1000 1p," 'S s i a b b a BGSZESJ THE EASIEST WAY TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT; HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE aaa-sa anna ;a peoflps mumm mwmmmmMmmm ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS: 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c VWW&TgWW$W 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. YOUNG WOMAN, ALONE IN THE world; father loft $40,000 In property whleh she cannot manage alone; de sires husband who is houobt and kind. Address box 2a, St. Louis, lo. 201-20D "WANTED Immediately two good floor mouldern. Enquire Pcun Foun dry Co., Geo. Bauer, Receiver. . 21)2-204 "WANTED A man and wlfo:to run rcstaurnut with dwelling- up ibtairs qvfcr restaurant. Enquire Okas. Schoff,' Exchange Hotel. 201-203 W...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 March 1900

&2SxJiSiS5332ttM?FK5&&Ba yes 52B syWT i.i.,j:3:jl ..' .'-" ', "VOiM vWi'' - 1 f"- k r ir ( "frrpJ ffV-W' ;t''; ! in in jl 4Wty-y,n v-t'1 8, " t TTTfr'wr -t -p -i-- v- a i I'- - c - 11' ''ffl7 '" . -I w - lf j" !! .n9.... (tl TTi 3"iTl ....TIA 374MI f , .. TlT. llkkl . (s-1 AKIiON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1000 141 &f .., If i $feu THE WBATHEIt THURSDAY. Snow. MODERN RETAILING And What It Comprises. Tbo very best products of foreign and domestic looms that money can buy and. putting them on our coun ters at the very lowest price any merchant can afford to sell them. Tln'se are the "principles'' of mod ern retailing at the Boston Store. SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. Our silk stock Is a credit to any store. Any conceivable shado In FOULARD'S. TAFFETAS, WASH SILKS, StLir POPLINS. Peau-de-"olo and corded wash silks at the very lowest jwlees. AT 75c A 1'ARD-Now Figured Foulards In tt latest designs from the makers, iiest shades for this soasoni Navy national blue, old ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 March 1900

1 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Jtfft r Throatonlng Tomorrow Spectacles and Eye Glass es Al ver low price. CM1 ma w, . 11,1 l 4 ! ' i i" fc! V..J Volume eight, BURGHERS Fight Without Pay. Krueger Confident That They Will Yet Win Calls Attention to Eng land's Heavy Loss. He's Not Alarmed by Threats of Hanging. Believes It Was Harsh Language to Use His Answer. New York, March 20. (Spl.) Tho World tortny publishes tho following Interview with President Kruger, un der date of Feb. 7, fiom its corres poudent, H. 0. Hillcgas, the author of "Oom Taul's People." "State Secretary Reitz introduced me to the President this morning on the veianda of his modest house thut is If I needed any introduction for I had been presented to him three or four times befoie. ITe told him my mission. Mr. Kruger Instantly recalled that he had sent several cable messages to tho World Immediately preceding tho war, and lnquiied: "I sent a racvsago to Tho World say ing that the losses in n war 'would stagger humanity, th...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 March 1900

'-' - ' I u. SK jTiayi.j3nfcf ffssiyyjifj nMm"?' n,$fr ,i,r' T1' Tgryi&sF?.'V "! JJf ?yipPV1p Jtb J wiwfc !& I I r. . V ft , K GRAINf) THE FOOD DRINK Grain-O is not a st!mu lant, like coffee. It is a tonic and its effects are permanent. A successful substitute for coffee, because it hai the coffee flavor that al most everybody likes. Lots of coffee substi tutes in the market, but only one food drink Grain-O. All grocer 5 15c tod !5c The Clarke Grocery 138 N. Howard St. 414 East Market St. Phone 8T9 Sell the Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. Place Your Next Order With Us. AH tloods Delivered Promptly EVERYTHING IN SEASON CONSTANfLY ON HAND... ') Two Storos: 138 N. Howard St. Phono 414 E. Market St. o-p-s iQt. O LLIS Moving Vans, Teaming ntul Transforrhic. "Pill 9 your ooni bins now and avoid tho rush." Ofllco, Cor. Cherry and Canal its. Tel. 257. Growers ofAlrto Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port, Sweet, Ires Seedling.... Alwnys on bnnd. All orders promptly filled. Spoclal nttontlo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 March 1900

V k AKRON "DAI&Y DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. MARCH 20 1000 hi l) FIGHT Is Not Finished. Property Owners Have Not Yet Surrendered. File Petition For an Injunction, " '. City Commissioners Deny All Ro.wjey's Claims. Delia King Wants a Divorce Cour House News. A number of South' Akron property owners ore preparing to tualco n fight aglust the nnnexntlou of tho territory which has already been voted in by tho City Council nud County-Couimlsslon-era. They will begin proceedings In Common Pleas Court, to enjoin the County Recorder from making any rec ord of tbe trhnsfer. ,Thls will be the final test, of the legality of the legisla tion. COMMISSIONERS' ANSWER. Tho city has filed nn answer to tho petition pf A. .T. Rowley. The Com missioners, who are supposed to be the whole city, deny that there were any Irregularities In tho awarding of tho contract to P. T. McCourt nud James Wildes it Son. In short, they wash their hands of tho entire affair." Mc Court has filed an answer, doing ex actJy the...

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