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

'mm""nnw0mtv vm-mmWmmmmmmmm AKRON DALLY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. MARCH 81, 1000 I IW!9WPRS F ' k uf V: h f THE DAILY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED BY THE AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. EDW. S. HABTEB FRED W. GAYER Editor and Managert. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Depl. CHAS. A. MARVIN.... News Editor OFFICE: Democrat Block, Ncs. 135 and 137 S. Mala Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vice President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FRED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. HO YE Edw. S. Hartcr....I)r. 0. W. MIUIUlu Ed. n. Do La Court. Eutcred at the postofflco at AUron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered overy evening toy carrier boy G CENTS A WEEK. By mnll S3.00. ...51.50 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. SATURDAY, MARCIl 31. Mr. Rowley gave AUron people a pretty good hint of what "certain Justice" he was driving at when he said that his charge might Uo the last straw that breaks tho "earners" back. The Bar Assoc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

rpP7i'$'''Twiiwi(TT "- TmfirW Hfivf i. -fwnfniir7- AK1102T DAILY DEMOOltAT. fATTJIlDAY, MARCH 31 MOO t? "H wnwwi)riiMmii -jwiiwwwii awa imj iiw ww ESo,c3)oi: BNI Ehersole Landenian Smith Royal MartSo others in all the magnificent new cases B . . Ml Next o,ww c c W Used Upright Piano A 1 Condition. Easy payments. A No. 1 Square Piano Good condition. Other Squares $3.00 per month. 100 other Bargains $5 to $200 I I etc. i $1951 i I $35f f OB.Q. Ji l 220 3. JVlain s-fc. J 'V&tfWAM nxmmassm ..House Cleaning Tools.. Stepladders from 4Sc up Tubs, Buckets, Washing Machines, Clothes Baskets, Brushes, Brooms, Mops, Garden Rakes, Spades; and all kinds of Garderf Tools. A COMPLETE LINE AT LOWEST PRICES! HEADQUARTERS TOR Builders' Hardware. 2JG-2IQ IVIaira Stroet. mrnmmnmmmm;mmmmwM;im NOTICE I On and after Monday, April 2, 1 will have In my employ Mr. Pos. F.. Flana gan, tho well known horso Blioer. Mr. Flanagan's shop having been ieased by other paitles for a carriage reposi tory, necessita...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

'ftH'MV1 ' "J ' 1 '1 flfT frTPBeifl I 1K.-& C-VaMfT-, ,.ai-Jhl:!fiy " "v,t';v 'w,fi' "' U'-'V-U . ."-4, iu.fi-' m 'IJPJ ' ''"'' ' ' 'TOT ' ' 'Vvv- TJrW1'rvr?r9,i fSWH1 -rw-"WiriF( ggTrmr tfxali ?Jr?m " wy'-T??' 'yvrr Jt J " !W V V , hii i 111 Mmiiiiirtni "W ,'V f,'" flW " 'vrtiv v AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. IVTAIlOn 81, iOOO uiwMMwiimwMjwaiMSMwtiiJKa'Biuwmi'ramiiu fr&ijqffiim' -x-eimifjtr$SfrQp -; s- FECIAL Mass For Sailors. Priest of Greek Church Holds Services For Russians Employed at Barberton. Rogues Hollow Was a Danger ous Place To Visit Thirty Years Different Now. Ago It's (8pcc!al Correspondence.! Barberton, March 31. Daily last EUinnicr Mx snllots of the nusslan uavy come licro with M. Borowaky, a lieu topaut of their govcrncnont. The sail or? arc all mechanics and are hero for the pnrposo of thoroughly learn ing tlio making of hollers at tho Stirl ing works, which are to to bo Installed In Ritslnu men-of-war being built In Philadelphia by Wm. Cramp & Son. S...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

AKRON DAILX DEMOCRAT. SATU11DAX MAHOH 31, WOO a DEMOCRAT'S In I II kt 11) u m n m THE EASIEST WAY TO ; GET WHAT YOU WANT, - "; WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, OR EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE aaasa &;$ pE ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, JOc 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 plea&e lollow this rule. WANTED MALE HELP. BELTING , AND OIL SALESMAN Desired; oue with experience. Key stone Manufacturing Co'., Cleveland, O. 205-207' MEN WANTED To deliver and col lect In Akron, O., and vicinity; $15 n week and expenses'. Address Deliv ery Department, People's Co., 40th nnd Market sts., Philadelphia, Pn. . . - Mar 31-Apr 7 .WAITED Agents lu every county to haudlo "Coin on Money," sold exclusively through agents. For further information, address Coin' Publishing Co., 5 Stud...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

imwpip "ftggir! AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATUEDAY. MARCH 81, 1000 RMMMUMV to. ' I I ur r r .4 I t'.t BV s?r M THE WEATHER SUNDAY: Fair Up-to-Date Retailing MEANS Up-to-Date Merchandise You will And our STOCKS BRIMMING over with the very LATEST STYLES "DAMJS FASHION" PRODUCES. Kid Gloves "Wonderful has been tho soiling of those 59c kid irlovos In brown and tons, all sizes, regularly sold for 76C. $1.00 a Pair Thin glove grows nioro popular overy year. It Is tho best kid glove in tho country. "Guaran teed." Two clasp or hooks, nil shades, all sizes. $1.50 a Pair Atrlovomade from flno solcctod skins. To fit tho hand it has no equal, for wear it is splendid, two oitisp or hook, shados, all bizes. ohisp or hook, "guaranteed," all Ladies' Fancy Neckwear Fuwey laoo ties with embroid ered ends and insertions, 25c, UOc and 50c. Silk ties in bright colors, with hemstltohed ends. 89c. Fancy stock collars silk bows in latest ouects, liuo. Silk flolius with deep ploating, in black only, 6flo to $1....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

Iart Two, Pages & -to ISfe AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Snow and Cloudy. Spectacles and Eye Glasses At very low prlca., ('nil nnd Kin how well wk can fit yon. GEO. S. DALES & SON. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 296 AKRO N. OHIO. SATURDAY, EVENING: MAROn 31. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT ?? Justices Named By the Investigating Committee. Action of Association Causes Criticism. "It's of the Most Asinine Character," Indignantly Remarked Attorney C. F. Beery. Campbell and Hard Are Named as the Justices. Committee Will Continue Its Work of Investigation. "The action of the Bnr Association has been of the most nssino character," eald Attorney C. (F. Beory today lu speaking of the Association's action re lating to Its adopting the report of the committee appointed to Investigate Mr. Rowley's charges against a "cer tain" local Justice. Justice Campbell and Hard were named as Justices who had contracts with lawyers to divide fees nnd costs, and Parsons & Burc.li, W. E. Snydev, nnd tho Akron Orocers' Associa...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

fjJKWWWT u -Ttb -"" '? I m M t B. 3 u wot nri ' m i a f 10 CLAMSLOBSTERS THE BANK OArE The Finoit Hcilnumnt In Akron. MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. l'Ino Imported ond ftomeitla Wat OoodaA OlgarB Under Central Bvrlngi Unnk, JOHN KOCNBER, Prop J. K. WILLIAMS Machine Shop and Foundry. POTTERY MACHINERY, ItUBBEIt MOULDS AND DIES. General maclilno nnd foundry work. The Dixon Transfer Co. Coal, Transfer and Livery Packing, moving nnd storing of goods. Conohca, coupes and carriages for funerals, weddings, pnrtloB and callings. 123 and 125 Carroll t. Tel. No. 306 Gold Mortal to Ilaipcr whiskey nt Now Orleans & World's Fair, Chicago. Try It, you will endorse tho Judge's verdict, hold by TO. WASHEH, HI South Howard St., Akrou, O. The "HOWARD" Livery, Boarding, Food and Sale Stable.... Cor. Mill and Hl(h oto. rirst-class Service In Every Respect Phone 372. );. W. Cunblson, Prop. Iron and ESraaas Castings For Every Purpose, . Adarnson, Exchange nnd Water Streets. CASPAR aEINTXHI. Manufaoturor ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

$f,mfliiiim&ifisfmftm0. $wrfym&rF,'' vm?wr&iijw&W ." AKEO DAILY DEMOCRAT. , i2iMY. MAKCH 30 lpOO 11 s BE GOLD I)UBT IHouscwork is had work without feddDusf 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiw&Mmmmmammmmmmmmmm WASHING CROCKS AND MILK VESSELS A (Kit dttl depends upon the ctre of crocks r pans la which milk Is kept. They should be -hcd is soon is possible titer being used. Rinse first with cold wstcr, then wish lhoouhlr Inside and out with hoi water, la which enouthol GoldJJuSt Washing Powder his bee J dissolved to make a rood tuds. Finish by rlnslrit with scalding watcrt wipe dry and set out, with rltht side up, In the fresh air and eun shine, and they will be clean and sweet. Tlia atOTa U UVtn from auv In fao1ila ' OOLDEIT BUU8 TOR nOUSHrOBIL ' Bant t n en rtquwt to THI M. K. PAIRaMNK OOMPANV. Chtaago, St. Loud, ntw Vark, Bo, Ian i mi FEARED By Privilege Seekers Because He Protects Rights of People. SHE WAS A DIPLOMAT AND UNDOUBTEDLY WOULD HAVE BEEN A GOOD STATESWOMAN. 'Am Won ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 March 1900

Sf0itir''g-vfffi"vrir"ft -'wsri ''r&wftynr Wv i'3?!'-'' "iwyirt-!fi v AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1000 rs ' a J-ka It , ' u V, T3 &l v'4 Vl 2'3 '0 i ;- CAPABLE Men Are Presented By Democratic Party to the Voters. Something About Demo cratic Candidates. They Are All Popular Their Neighbors With And Will Make Good Representatives It Elected. Thcic Is no bettor crlti'ilnu lo n man's fltness to hold public office than Ills devotion to duty In private llfo. The man who is honest and shrewd In tho ndmlnlstintlon of private n (fairs, will not deviate from such principles In the atlmlnlstintlon of public nll'nlrs. He knows that thoic Is nothing In the theory, suggested by commissioner McMlllen ii woe!; ago thnt "You cun't conduct public business like Individual business." A man raicful In private life will bo careful In punlle life. In selecting candidates ror public offices to be titled nt uovt Mondays election, tho Democrats of Akron did so in harmony with the above ...

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

'?'? flwra.fiS f1?f$ AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Fred Laub's Specials for This Week. Sparo lllbs, Tomlftrlolni, Untie OmoMKo nir qt. Turkey nal all kln1i of Urnmml l'oultrjr People's Cash Meat Market, Mr N.Howard St. Fair Tomorrow VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 297 AKRON. OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 2. 1900. PRICE ONE CENT ?WK?f 'nSrtVirtf-kMr-iwiti KtXflffu vfnZ i lb f U ?r . UJ V t ,4 !,'& ROBERTS Sends Bad News. '? Col. Broadwood Lost 350 Men, The1 Flower of the British Army. Boers Captured Company of Nobility, Including a Lot of Dishes. Chafing London Stands Aghast at the Capture. B.rSRSP.rt:d,0 000S,.n3N.ar Blocmfontcin. London, April 2. (Spl.) Tho wnr of fice has receded the following dispatch from Lord Roberts, confirming the loss of a convoy and seven guns: Blocmfontein, April 1. I received news late yesterday afternoon from Col. Broadwood at Thaba N'Chu, 38 miles cast, that this' information .had reached ,him: "The enemy is ap- iproaching fn two'forces from the north '111 lj UllM.lj MJI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

r4 , vrn'mwBtljHa. 'sWK'r-yi'' w-.nw - "Vwifrjj" !?? vWpn,ffa rn;,Kjir(w'Wii(if INVITED By Findlay Citizens To Attend Department Encampment. Veteran's Daughter to Shoot an Oil Well. District Review of Knights Maccabees of Pythian Sisters Entertained Nows In Local Lodges. An invitation was received from the citizens of Findlay to nil the members of Buckley to attend tho departmont encampment In ft body nud promised a royal good time. Go and bco a veter an's daughter drop the "go-devil" that will ehoot an oil well for your edifica tion in oil matters, and many other in teresting features will be added worth going miles to bo seen. An invitation was also received from Columbus In viting Buckley post to come and help entertain the hero of Manila, Admiral George Dewey, some tluio In tho near future, date uot yet sot. Any comrade who has a wheel chair, or knows where, ho can borrow one, will please report to the adjutant, as one of our sick comrades desires tho use of one for a time. Ther...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

''S3P''r w f SP, T C SPECIALS '.Saturday, April 7, 1000 Two Great Tea Offers ! 1 lb of good uncolorcil .Tnpnn lea equal to the nvorogo Tide ton this week only 20c. Unlimited quantity. No re 1 strlctlons. Buy nil you wunt. I tb good green Japan ton sittings this week, only 21e. II Itis fresh Itolled Oats for 25c. 3 lb pall Ko-Nut (nut shortcnlngl thin week, 4rc. 8. & G.'h lOtli annunl Enstor Offer ing free to each purchaser of 2Cc worth of any goods except sugar, commenc ing JJomlay, April 2nd, Size 15x22.. Beautiful subject and coloring, ready to hang. ' S. & G.'s 00c Indln Ceylon Tea Is equal to nuy package tea put up. Our steadily Increasing trade on It convinces us of the fact. Trlplo strength,' clean, ' machine rolled, never touched by the human hands. If you can't sent, call or telephone your order, drop us a postal card. Pos tal cards free for the asking. China & Japan Tea Store Schumacher & Gammeter Tel. 520. r , IMS. Howard st. N. B. This Is a good time to bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

m ri j - "ws " Vf-ww Wt' - U " ' - V"'-.-" ( Si'p? fTr v TPffrrHf7ny. w fj "- nrw-r ! rij-iFi TSmnV rP-'rjf 'ipfr w J AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. APBDLi 2, 1000 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED BS THH AKRON DEMOCRAT CO. EDW. S. DARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Advertising Dopl. OHAS. A. MARVIN.... Nows Editor OFFICE: Democrat Block, Noa. 13S and 187 S. Main Street. Long Distance Phono 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: President JAMES V. WELSH Vlco President A. T. PAIGE Secretary FItED W. GAYER Treasurer M. W. HOYE Edw. S. Hnrten....Dr. 0. Y Mllllklu Ed. n. Do La Qojut Entered at tho postoOlco at Akron, Ohio, as second-class mall matter. Delivered every ovcnlng by carrier boy 6 CENTS A WEEK. By mall ?3.00....S1.00 for six months OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF AKRON. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL No. ISO. ED II Never Has This Community Been More Thoroughly Stirred and Interested in the Work of a Professional Man, Than It is at Present in the Efforts of Dr. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

AKEON DAILY DEMO$AT' jMONDAY. APRIL 2 1000 t More Tiian Your IB Worth, or Your to to to to to THE ST0PF8N PLACE AND PLACE OF THE WISE SHOPPING $ - - AT - - $ to I M. Louer's 8Kfc. v& asaassssssas&sssas L J. HEFFERNAN, K R6 pairing" Promptly attended to nt lowest prices 0 W. (Vlcaa-lco-b sfe. Tol.6a9 fcifi w AMU3EMENT3. UNHAPPY JLBDRF.SIIB.ttl GRAND OPEBA HOUSE Tuesday, J April 3 ce Quo Weidis" Wednesday, April 4 The Rays' howling; success, "A Hot Old Time." Wednesday, April 11 "The Chris tian." The Clarke Grocery Co, 138 N. Howard St. 41 4 East Market St. Phone 8T9 Sell the Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. Place Your Next Order With Us. All Goods Delivered Promptly..... EVERYTHING IN SEASON CONSTANUY ON HAND... ' '11 ''mfcV-i'fc C4C- -- 138 N. Howard St. Phono 414 E. Market St. 879 SPECIAL AHHOmTCEMEHT.. Wo linvo opened nn nftornoon nnrt evening Dress Guttlurs School, whom ladl's enn lenrn the omiru nrt of DRESSMAKING, nnd tunch The Lndlos' French Tailor System." Cnll and lu...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

'vrnprrtmiiffigm- 'Sy'WW AIvR02T DAILY DEMCXCKAT., MONDAY. APRIL 2, lpOO J fc ; CALLED OFF' Simms-Oleson, Fight. Preparing For go With Greon Thursday. fill Entertain tho Kirk wood Bowlers. Ruhlin Made Poor Showing at Hartford. Wanted to Give Spectators Run" For" Their Money. Slmms and Oleson did not moot ni Dcs Moines Saturday night. The go was declared off as both men wcro anxious to prepare for their appear ance at Tnttersall'F, Chicago, next Thursday night. Tho Akion lightweight Is training for his match with Freddie Green at Douglass park. IIo Is sparring with Jim MeCormlcU. The Chicago papers say that ho Is In flue condltlou for tho event. CHAMPIONS. Tho different classes, nnd tho cham pion of each are as follows: Heavyweight .Tames ,(. Jeffries. .Middleweight McCoy. WelterweightTommy Ttynn, Wnl cott. Mysterious Hilly Smith (with Ity an given tho preference only because lie has never mot Wnleott. Lightweight Frank Erne. Featherweight Terry McOovcrn. Uantnmwolght Danny Dougherty...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

'wtyimwnwi wtm mmnmwpmw iist'vftwiwfrw" AKRON DAILY DEMOdilAT. MONDAY. APHID 2, &" 1900 "'' 'f A I .; v v . T f ir ,1 Sfr V if. People ,"I havl r years Jus cone ,en usim . I : not ot i?, with1 , but octs. Any p b iubles, , snou kuoss Ii I teava ctum l1 5 coffee rnbie eoplo 1) Ui(l IBU agar ii, 'for ritho II any IJrcss xh iiqtrouuiH V Food u DEMOCRAT'S LINERS . . a j THE EASIEST WAY TO GET, WHAT YOU WANT, ' . 'MHMWW lllililllit HI Will HilltlM WIiKBCk, WHETHER IT BE A HOUSE, LOT, HELP, Oil EMPLOYMENT, IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE 9&3&M BDBBH PEOPLE'S COLUMNS iii"niim'1'" tf i . ii ini'if iriPMi ADVERTISING RATES IN THESE COLUMNS : 4 Lines, One Time, 10c 4 Lines, Three Times, 25c Telephone 180 Your Wants Will fce 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. . 13ELTING AND OIL SALESMAN Desired; ono with experience. Key sto...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 April 1900

M "o fittfg of Oh'O .'. t loyftty, ARBOR DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, APBEL .?, ..JOOD Elllt . M-.f tumSqml ( rf J-S ' ' I ) 'fr Dress Goods FASHION' CONCEDES BLACK TO PREDOMINATE this SEA SON. Our STOCK was never BETTER. All tho latest -weaves and at PRICES thnt can't bo bent. AT $1.75 A YAKD-M In. "pru nella" cloth with a lino luster, good weight for suits or skjrts. AT .$1 A YARD-02 In. "Soroo" cloth, a now weave, very scrvlcc nble, for full dresscB or scparato skirts. AT ?1.25 AND $1 A YARD-50 In. "Canadensis" cloth, tho best value you o or bought. They can bo used for dresses or suits. If you nic looking for durable goods we rec ommend this cloth. AT 7."c A YAUD Serges In wldc wale, English storm serges und surah serges, strictly nil wool you can haTo your choice between the rough and line goods at this price. AT fiOc A YARD "Granite loth," strictly all wool, these goods ninko u serviceable dress at a very moderate figure. AT 00c A YARD-'Tolka dot granite cloths," the best COe mater...

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

WrM 'jifiirf '','"' ' " t.'iwsvyin w'--twt,Mf?''Mt-isr-rf'j-f " 4 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT RAIN and WARMER. Spectacles and Eye Glasses At vnry low prloe. flail ftnrt nee hoT well wo enn fltynu. GEO. S. DALES & SON. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 298 AKRON. OHIO. TUESDAY. EVBfflNQ. APRIL 3. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT I WORSE VICTORY Than Spion Kop For the Citizens mn n l'l Was Latest Disaster to British Army. Boers Led Them Into ! Well Laid Trap. Drivers of Transport Were Panic Striken. Hid Their Heads and Screamed In Terror. Men and Horses Dropped Dead In Tracks. Terrible Fire From the Forces In Ambush. New York, April 3. (Spl.) Tho fol lowing is from the New York Sun's correspondent with Lord Roberts. The dispatch evidently had been mutilated by the British censor. It reads dts. jolntedly, ahowlnij that much had been cut but. Bloemfonteln, April 2.-7:10 p. rn. (Spl.) Broadwood and Alderson's brigades suffered severely at the hand of a great' Boer-force at Kornspralt on Saturday morning. Korn or Ko...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 April 1900

? WfrtVrfrV- V1"' -f .i I 31 AKKON DAILY .DiWQCEArc, TUESDAY. APEJL 8, 1000 nfmmm mi n ' i fi U fl Iff i r r I. . m IL M k IP i. f '" i .. ?u kl when the rcturns'of the FIrat nml Fifth wcro reported, nnil ho added: "Yes, the Beacon Journal did It." CClty Commissioner McMHIcn "The ' Beacon Journal defeated Mr. Gutu III thp First word." Carry B. Robinson, chairman of tho Oily Republican Central Committee "Had t not been for tho Beacon Jour nal's misrepresentation of Mr. Paul, and then sticking to It, wo would have won In tho First." Mr. Dennis M. Collins, who was standing by, remarked "About thq only woy tho Republican party can rid Itself of Dobson Is to buy him out. The Democrats never won anything whllo ho was running their organ, and It looks as though tho oamo condition would rrevall In tho Republican par ty." "That's very true," admitted Mr. Robinson. Adorn Guth, defeated for Council in Frst ward "I was defeated by the Boacon Journal's misrepresentation of Mr. Paul, nud Its unwa...

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

AKRON DAILY JXTCMOORAT. TUESDAT. APRIL 3 1000 a TOWNSHIP Jhe Officers Elected. jl Largo Majority of Them IB A fffl llnmAnHntn nio uciiiuuiaiat Clean Sweep Made Several Places. In vAaron Teeple Will Succeed Squire Koplin. Was Only Republican Candidate Elected In Portage. The returns from the villages and townships show Democratic victories In a majority of the places. They elected the Mayors in Barber ton and Cuyahoga Fall nnd the Jus tices In n number of the townships. It will bo several days before all the townships have reported. Those heard from so far are as follows: COVENTRY. With the exception of two Repub licans, the Democrats swept the board in Coventry township. The fol lowing Democrats weie elected: Geo. W. Foust, trustee (long term); Cyrus Thornton, assessor, South Precinct; Rev. George W. Harter, nssessor.Xorth precinct, nnd Daniel Rose, constable. The Republicans elected U. G. High, clerk nnd William II. Wagoner, trus tee (short term). GREKX. The Republicans were succes...

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