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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 5 April 1900

WWtywp5miFmwffi 8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAT. AtfBUi 5 , 1000 trifr!&ifSQQfi ' ftwrtii' WWW IMBWMHW u hi If u ! j $&u THE WEATHER F1UDAY Falr and warmer. GREAT EASTER RIBBON SALE The very best colors and styles of oil SILK FANCY RIBBONS In QUALITIES, such as wo never placed ou our COUNTERS before. MANUFACTURERS' PRICES were 20c, 30o and 50c a yard. We make one price, 23c a yard. In Black Dress Goods we Excel. Customers tell us our lino Is ex cellent In It you will llnd all the latest and most up-to-dato weaves that arc ou the market OUR PRICES EXCEEDINGLY LOW. AT 20c A YARD-lIeavy twilled serge, "warranted fast black," -10 Inches wide; gieat Value. AT 7oC, 85c. S1.00, ..t.!T A YD. Finest quality of black henrlottas made for wear; all pure selected wool and best black; 45 Inches wide. AT COc. 75c, $1.00 and ?1.25 A YARD-I'ure English mohair, high, rich lubtro, In best fhades of black, 15 inches wide. AT 85c, 1.00, 51.25 to $1.75 A YARD Wool Anuures, Drab dc Alma, iGianite...

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. — 6 April 1900

VOLUME EIGHT. AN0THERrM,"!DB Innnu - n I HW. , iPlttftfiJ Blow For Roberts. BoersWalkuptoNear Bloemfontein And .Capture Five Com panies of Infantry. British Lost Heavily Be fore Surrendering. A Thousand Boer Women Under Arms. Methuen Wins a Victory Near Boshos. Reports Having Killed Joubert's Chic of Staff. London, April 0. (Spl.)-3tf0 p. in. ,Tbe War Ollico has received tho fol lowing from Lord Roberts: "Bloemfonteln, April ", 0 p. m. An other unfortunate, occurrence has tak en plnee, resulting, I fear, in the cap ture of n party of Infantry consisting of three companies of the Irish Rifles and two companies of Ninth Mounted Infantry, near Heddersburg, n little east of Bethany Railway stntlon, within a few miles from here. They wore surrounded by a strong force of Boers with four or live guns. The de taehnieutrheld out from the morning of April 3 until 0 n.'m. ofAprll '1 and then apparently surrendered, for it is stated that firing ceased nt tliat time, imme diately after I heard t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

ylfJPST?- f ""rf&ffi"' fijJuwSn U IS! ! AKitON DAILY DHMOOHAWfOTMDAT, APEHi 0, WOO mmmmmmmmmmtfktitmmmmm!' yg i Bf You -A, re so ou As to just what you want to woav in a $6,000 New Spring a "lit Fire on Mill Street. LABEL in Our Hats "Wo can assist you in making up your mind. Just drop in and tako a look at the nobby shapes wo are showing in SOFT and STIFF HATS, in all tho newest shades and colors. Our 53. SO Hnt Is equal to n $3.00 Hat Our SJ3.00 Hut is equal In a , ?Q0 Hat Our JJJS-SO Hat Is equal to a $J.50 Hat Our 3a.OO Hat Is equal to a $2.60 Hat Our JJJJ.SO Hat Is equal to a ,,..$2.00 Hat FBIRKUQWISMfi ftfHfin5...0,,r stock of Furnishing Goods is bought direct from tho 1 viDlfloJiHfillU UlUWMtf lutulins custom muuufucturura, and you can fool assured that tho goods are correct in stylo and quality. v BADGER, VAN NESS & CO. 123 S. Howard Street. fgsimmMm'immii 'reaKBJOJ-ssmj;-ea)s. Leai&juwwikj-Jii v-c.m THE FASHION, W Slsaaii)asSs2SSawiiSSas3SeiS Robert L. Andrew's ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

twywfrfrjH ftrfrsjy?!iv! J. - - ATCTfON DATTY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY a pun, a MOD n 1- I Special Spring I . Announcement . to the I Come Akron Clothin And see what a complete and excellent line of I ..Men's, Boys' and Children's. ?Co E Ao Carry Once, you see them, thore comes the desire to b.uy them as our PRICES ARE RIGHT, ready sales are assured. The splendid quality of the 'goods, coupled with reasonable prices, must and certainly will talk for themselves. POLICEMEN Get Even With Hoye. Saw an Opportunity and Planned a Plan THE, I oeGo That Made the Colonel Pay His Debts. Ten Gallons of Maple Syrup. In tho Transaction, And Threats of a Law-Suil Side. on tho iargains One lot men's hand welt Russia calf shoes, $4.00 kinds, for Two lots ladies' kid top and vesting top lace -ftfl.OO shoes, to close out at Down-to-Date Slrto of Men's Furnishings & Hats If you want a complete outfit for Gome Tomorrow And make a selection. , If you want shoddy goods don't come here. ' Wo don't keep that ki...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

iWi mim!W&t "Ww1' ?fui lilWf8i?p .KRON DAliY DJERtOdRAT. FRIDAY. PECi 0t 1000 I I Utf .8 ijft I ' r THE DAILY DEMOCRAT I'OBLlsriKD UY AKIION DUMOOHAT 00. THD EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. GAYER Editors and Managers. ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mor. Advertising Oopt. Friday, Anuii o. "NEXT I" Summit couuty'a Probato Judf;c nclileved another brilllnut diplomatic triumph yesterday wheti ho dictated tho appolntmenia for assessors la tho Second nnd t'ouitu wauls. In tho Secoud ward, Col. Stuart Mil ler, nu old soldier and admittedly ono of the most competent assessors Ak ron ever hud, was turned down for re appointment at the command of Czar Anderson becauso ho was suspected of having voted atfnlusl that oUlolnl for re-election last fall. And In the Fourth ward tho Czar In sisted that the appointments should go to ono whose chief qualltlcntlou for the place was that he had tried to defeat tho election of the Democratic candidate whom the people of that ward wanted as their representative In the Cou...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

riW-pn 'r&JfJ tf ty ''5nj" ww w",r " ''"'Pw'Rf'i'rfj-i i v l ii I; (KCiteeecseeeeeeeeeciCsftet J" v! ? Men's and Sprang Suits ConfipmatSon Suits Rurraiislhiiinug Goods Hats and Caps AT POPULAR PRICES. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M, Louer, One 7 " $as$ass$a33a3333338S33:' OUR WORK llOOM IS CROWDED with ordors, our trlmmocl hats aro tho talk of tho town. Wo glvo you tho product of two hnmonso millinery concerns; everything now nnd in endless variety. Such n stupenduous nrrav of Kronen pnttorns are raroly exhibited by any concern outside of Now York olty. Thursday, we show New Easter Hats Special Display. Mrs. 13. G. McCoy, export hat designer, wlll.loavo for our ManBllold storo Thursday evening. RISCH &. P. SPRIGLE Carpenter m Branoh Storo, I H .wu.uwui.u, - juiv. t. w. Little' Old Stand. ME. General Joblni,' nncl shop work a specialty. Orclois Ijy nmll or telephone promptly intended to. Kstliuiites given uml cuntrncts taken. All uork guaran teed to bo satisfactory. The Clarke Grocer...

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

23 ,,; -vMiTy,.. -TESTS -'''(V'li JKEOK DATLT DEitfOOJtAT. FRIDAY APRED n, moo sfllsjgsjpijgjg ;! tl in vavww3vvwwvvwvv Spring Shoe Announcement They Are Here our frlentlB and patrons to cnll and FOOTWEAR At most Reasonable prices. Now fs tho tlmo to buy your SHOES FOR eio BIG CLASSES be Confirmed at Catholic Churches. Their Aggregate Membership Will Exceed Eight Hundred. The aggregate number of persons vrho will bo In tlio flrst communion nud confirmation elnsscs of the St. Ber nard, St. Mary and St. VIncont de I'nul churches this year will reach almost 800. At St. Bernnrd'H church the Unit communion and confirmation classes will be confirmed together. There will bo 8?i In the first communion clnss and 215 In tho other, ranking the totnl membership of the class J'.OO. At St. Mary's church (ho two classes will to gether number nlmost 250, and at St. Vincent do Paul's church the number will ho tho same 230. Tho two classes will not bo confirm ed together nt St. Mary's and St. Vin cen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

'f7 V6' t'mumhtffrp&i&iqt v V r&i(FdrtrrBfy rr ji AivifU.3 DAUiX DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, APRIL 0, MOO ' "" ,?'JPfyp''&i $ 1 SSSP4 Si People's Mum IH iAMMgStsgssagBggNtvcg carats raraw 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. fH SHSHHSSH SEES 5BSE5H53 H Furniture, Etc. cj COHTIDEHTIAL tOABS 0? Gl 75.00 to $500. If rou owe n debt which vou Hurt It I .Inconvenient to pay nil nt oiu-o, or It uuuwu u iiuiuuur KJl uiurrum par ties mid wish to got rid o! tho om barrussment, wo will furnish you tlie money to pay them nil ofT mid you can pay us back In small weekly or monthly payment!). Kvury payment so inndo reduces principal nndlnter O9t.8oii9 not to miss It from your onrnliiRS. Wo will loan you from 3.00 to 00 on your Furniture, I'lnuos. Office, Btoro and Saloon Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, tAta Insurance Polic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 April 1900

?' . f i," l AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. JPIilDAY, APRIL 0, 1000 VOTERS ouvenirs Free PLEASANT MilWJMmtlglMiMtlMlMiJWlMtimtiSSi ..AN APOLOGY W Easter S -ill 1 w & i l j ' j $&j THE WHATLIEU aA'i'UUDAY Ualn and winner. INTERESTING TALK FOR SAT URDAY EASTER SHOPPERS. Sec tliofie 1UBBONS wo have ou SPECIAL SALE AT 2."ic a ynril. Nothing but Hrsl-oluss, stylish goods; manufacturers' prices wcro 29c to BOc a yard. Wo put them all at 25c a yard. A great COltSET BARGAIN; all sizes, 29c. a pair; regular price S9c. DON'T MISS OUU KID GLOVE COUNTER. Ask to sec those 50c gloves that nro worth 75e, In tan and brown, 2 clasp. Our SILK COUNTEIt Is always crowded; 1C you want any special shade, here Is where (you will fluu It. TAFFETAS, FOULARDS, PEAU DD SOIE, PERSIA WAIST SILKS, any shado you can think of; our prices always the lowest. GLANCE at our LADIES' EAST ER NECKWEAR, STOCK COL LARS, BOWS, LACE TIES, SILK TIES, eta, 2."c to .$1.73 each. PANOl NOVELTIES FOR EASTER. The pulley belt is grow...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

v -fJfFf& f fOvSw)" " ' 14r."-ev?f ,-,, i.."'tif B AILYi DEMOCRAT LOCAL RAIN. Spectacles and Eye Glasses At rnry low nrlp, Coll find 9 now wen wn enn ns ou. GEO. S. DALES & SON. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBEIt 302 AKRON. OHIO. SATURDAY. EVENING. APRIL 7. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT ' ' "T!iRI :V Jt JlV J. V vx w , $100,000 Given Hospital. Munificent Gift of Mr. 0. C. Barber. Announcement WasSur prise to Trustees. Made-at Special Meeting of Board. Will be Placed In the Endow ment Fund, Annual Income on This Large Amount Will be From Six to Ten Per Cent The Provisions. One hundred thousand dollars was added to tho endowment tuiitl of tho Akron Pity hospital nt a special meei In? of (he tmstees Friday evening. The announcement of this magnifi cent gift, wis n complete surprise to the. Board. It was sit Hie conclusion of the schedule of regular bush ess vhen Mr. O. I,', flarl'ier mosuiiud made the following proposition: "To the Trusteed f Ihe City Hospital t ..,.,;.. . . i JUB-- VI!iiJW!aUaVsH -...

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

n Sfc 1P AlUlOK DAILY JiJflMOUltAV. BATTJEDAl, AFjRIIj 7 IDOd &0M l m DESERVES IT. Remarkable Success of a New Treatment for Piles. For many years It lias been supposed tlmt tbo only absolutely sure euro for piles was by surgical operation, but the danger to life, and tliu pain and expense lias been so great tliat tunny -thousands Butter for years rather than submit to this last resort; or they seek the temporary relief In tho many remedies claimed to relievo piles and rectal troubles, salves, ointments and similar simple remedies which give only slight uud very temporary relief. A now preparation which Is pain less and harmless, but which affords Immediate reHef and In many cases n complete- euro In a very short time, Is sold by druggists under tho imino of Pyramid Pile Cure. It Is In suppository form used nt night and its regular use has cured thousands of obstinate, long standing casfti, nnd It seems to bo equally effect ive in all tho various forms of piles, whether Itching,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

TMPWI&lfP!' Jji?S w"i'W n i " 'wivy'iyg'r-T w-yi'i)iiui)wi - r"fp 7SirrrlftH" l1 It v 355 " r s & Cs m SPECIALS WEEK NDING Saturday-, April lit, 1000 Enster Weak 7 IDs Karlnn for 25c. lu lino Inenk fast; food, fresh from the. mill.) 2 packings Motnors Wheat. 'Flakes or crushed Oats, for lf)o. & Hi of H. &G.'s India & Ceylon Tea for 23e net. Wo claim. this to bo tlio oqtinJ Coy Jon lea. of tin.vf 30e pnekago .IG.lbs Granulated Sugar nnil 1 lt Star Bitting Powder for $t. (SI. 25 worth of goods for $1.) FREE, Until Easter' to each pnrohnser of 25c Vorth of anything except su gar our hoautlfut Easter Greeting. By special arrangement wo pun have It framed with class com plete for COc or 17 cheeks, - styles of mouldlus. Fresh California prunes, peach es, pears, raisins at lowost prices. Malign cluster rnlslns, 2 lbs for 25c extra line. Handy Prunes, 110 to the pound, 2 lbs for 25c, Handy Prunes are positively the finest pitidueed In the world. -, Got soma addressed pos...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

Fvm 'nlWrmirtPirrBgrr m ilium iaw mm i 'imi.hih.i.i . ,,..., BT ' -"niwm-npwwpwWWi 'W'WWr- -? ft I m n I? " J 1 ' Mi : ' - "" ' ! 11.111 ft - THE DAILY DEMOCRAT J, CATARRH I RETURNFD m ra . . ivv.4.1 a a i ' vWRmHm IK published by &e& 1 TUB AKllON DmiOOIUT CO. T Hfl8 BEEN FCR if.U HI . EDW. S. HARTER FRED W. OAYER i) Editors end Man agon. , ED. H. DE LA COURT, Mgr. Adverllilng Depl. SATURDAY, AI'IUL MR. BARBER'S SURPRISE PARTY. If the gentlemen of tbo Board of Trustees of the City Hospital were pleasantly surprised hist night when notified by Mr. O. C. Barber, president of the Board, that ho hart resolved to prefccut to the hospital JflOO.OOO ns an addition to Its endowment fund, whnt shall bo said of the surprise and Joy with whleh the people hailed the good ncwa today? Mr. Barber makes nn absolute gift of ?100,000 to the City Hospital upon coudltlon that the citizen of Akron ralfcc Slfi.000 to pay the present Indebt edness of that institution. The proposition wax promptly ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

jffwiWfWf1 ,lyww,l5wrtfclWt,''i, f w1Stji AKltON DAILY D&OOIIAT. SATURDAY, APRIL 71000 i inmimnMM Trimmed Hats F"OIR- Expectation was nioro tlinn realized nt our opening last week, when tho Indies of Akron viowcel tlio most mngni flconfc collection of Trimmod Hats wo have over shown in Akron. Encli day, howover, wo aro adding now beauties, now creations ; hats that have no poor in Ak ron for the prices we ask. Our low prices appeal to all. Tlio most fnstidious can bo suited. Tho most discriminating can find no fault with tho hats. You should boo thorn and call at onco if yqu wnut your hat for Easter. Miss Helen Griffin, 125 E. Exchange. st. cor. High II you are Interested In GIVE US A CALL Crown unci Brldfro Work can't be bont. Prices aro consistent. Gold flllliifjs ' and up. Best tooth $3.00. Philadelphia Dental Rooms ' 126 South Main st. Opon evenings. Sundays 10 t6 1. Roofing Spouting, and General Jobbing Wo solicit your patronage, guaranteeing first-class work by ex perience...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

f - AKEOK DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1000 mnmii I i h , J I W ft V L AAAAAAAAAA,AAAAAAAtAAAAAAAA 1 A TURKISH BATH f i & r HOME. 1 ylBH CABINET ZLJZJ ,or $5.00 The Standard arc the standard. Tlio best Cabinet made. Convenient, durable und handsome. Always ready for use. Physicians everywheio recom mend them. Every Cabinet built ou honor. lias a door. You walk in, sit down nnd close cover over you cover works on hinge. A re markablo Invention. There Is no person in the wuild whom Turkish and Vapor Cabinet Boths will not benotlt. It opens tho pores nnd sweats all tho poisons out of tho blood, leaving It pure und healthy, rhyslclans recommend It to cure La Grippe, Colds, Pleurisy, break up fevers, cures Rheumatism, and all Liver, Kidney, Skin and Wood dls. eases. If you nre sick It will make you well; if well, it will keep you so. Makes you healthy, vigorous and seemingly 10 years younger. A Turkish bath at homo for 3 cents. No home can afford to bo with out It. Every Cabine...

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

Jr.-fWi-BMjVV iAfttfi wi'pruir. ,Wls,r,-w(i,t; f 'jr-" w Vryyrir,wf't AKRON DAILY DEMOGnA'T; SATUHDAY. APBED 7. 19(r 9 Ma "' 4 ''' ?H I P, ttmmmtmm: i.AV AOJXW'Mi5tSiiJtW?i:? igtfqii 4&&4 11 People's folumnSi e$$ Your Wants Will be received, for publication In the Democrat, by mall, telephone, or personal application, 24 Words Can be put Into FOUIl line3. In writing your want advertisements please follow this rule. fESHSHHESESHHS 5BKESHH35 i.uail9 via Furniture, Etc. CONFIDENTIAL L0AIJS OF S5.00 to $500. II you owe a dehfc which you llnd It iucunronluut to pity nil 'it otu'e, or II you own a number of dlllorent par ties nml wish to got rid of tlio em barrassment, wo will furnish you tlio money to pny thum nil off ud you nn Tinv liu linflr It! smull WtfOklV Ol' monthly payment?. Kvory puymmit so mado rocfuec-s principal nncllnlor ost.so us not to miss It from your earnings. Vo will lonu you from 15.00 to tsoo on your Furniture) I'lunoe, omco, Htoio nnd Snloon ? Fixtures, Hors...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 April 1900

w J1 lf 1 i-fc.. i-i-i .i. j- . .i- s.'. -i... i jt & j rti i". i-.l.a,j. .i. . a .iTri!.... -lyH.ny.i r.n .giHafff.'Srk -1 n ... . . l ... .-. " fr yjT, v -. ,-', ' .77 j-PTPlSlVyr.'t "; 1 .rvi'lv"", p.'? AlOtOR DALLY DEMO CHAT. SATURDAY. APRIL V, 1000 BARBERT0N ANOTHER JOHNSTOWN g32KJlSS3ft 5l!Ig! atuj tKtawsj L?M - ; ,,7yr'!rwrT'n'''''v,n'(f'1" ' '"Wij-S1? m h i TUB WEATHER SUNDAY: Rain. We Are Selling Not In single PAIRS, but in TWO and THRKE to ono CUSTOMER, winch goos to show that wo hnvo a glove for SSo equal to any 75o kIovo on tho nmrkot. fa dark Brown, Brown, Rod and Light Tan. 2 clasp, all slzoa. ONLY 5?c A PAIR. At $1.00 a Pair A GLOVE that Is a GLOVE. By that we moan IT HAS NO EQUAL. Wc consider It tho best kid glove for $1 A PAIR over Im ported to this country. "Guaran teed." All shades, all sizes, two clasp or lacltiR. At $1.50 a Pair This clove Is mndo from tho host selected skins. Its fitting quali ties can't bo disputed. All tho newEastor shades in stock; two c...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 April 1900

T - HA-" w AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT CLOUDY and COLD. 'Ms VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 303 AKRON. OHIO. MONDAY. EVENING. APRIL 9. 1900. PRICE ONE GENT t vr;- ft '?' $ PRISONERS Had Great Difficulty Keeping up With Their Boer Captors. The Boers Had Prisoners 430 And Were Hurrying Them to Pretoria. 50,000 sHorses to be Sent to South Africa. Bloerafonteln, 'April 0. (Spl.) A largo number of remounts for the cav alry and mounted Infantry have nr rived here. Seven hundred of the horses came by way of Norvnl's pont and were eight days making the trip. They were escorted by Hussars, and the animals grazed on the veldt. They are In good condition. General ltoberts will Inspect them tomorrow. Some Boers fired n few uueffectlvc shots at the Hussars as they were molng north with the horses on Wed nesday. The Ninth dlviMon (General Colvillo'sl went southeast to Wotron toln yesterday, 11 having been report ed that n conference of P.oer leaders would be held here. The-Boors learn ed, of the advance of the Bri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 April 1900

I 2&- SOCIETY'S Interest Is Aroused By Preparations For the Hospital Benefit. Those Who Will Appear In Production Aro Boing Trained at Daily Rehearsals. Carnival'of Musical Romances' and Terpsichorean Revels. As tho time for the production ot the "Carnival of Musical Itomauces and Tcrplscborcnn' Bevels" approaches, tho Interest lu It grows much more mnrk oil. Nothing has over been attempted lu this city on such a magultlcent scale. The -100 local men and women, who will participate' In tho program, arc rehearsing their parts each day. Those who have been present at tho rehear sals have marveled at the progress they nro making. Ono of the features of the program will ho the frccuc of the "Last of tho Vestal Virgins." This part of tho production Is under the direction of Mrs. John C. Bloomfield. Tho cast of characters Is as follows: THE LAST OF TIIH A'ESTAIj VIRGINS. Hfgh Trieste Miss Butler AtJoIyto of the Temple. .Itohert rnssou .Sun Dancer Miss Bell Vesta, tho Goddess of Tiro. ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 April 1900

f ' H? vtutyTT AKHOJI 1tTLY DEMOCRAT MONDAT, AritlL 0 1000 n npiWrnr' fr SPEClAtS on wisijjc INDING Saturday, April U, 1000 Eas-fcor Wook 7 lbs Fnrlim for 2."c. lu Hup lneiik fnsl food, fresh from Hip mill.) 2 packages Motncr's Whent Flnkos or cruslioil OntH, for 10c. ii lb of S. & G.'s India A: Ceylon Ten for 23c net. "Wo claim tlilu to hn tho equal of hu.v !H)c package Ceylon tea. It" lbs Granulated Sugar itml t lb Star Baking Powder for If 1. (.$1.23 worth of goods for ?1.) Until Easteiv.to ,cnch purchaser of 23c worth of anything except m pur our bentitlful Easter Greeting. By special arrangement wo can htivp It framed with glass com plete for 50o or 17 checks, 2 styles of moulding. Fresh California prunes, peach es, peais, raisins nt lowest prices. Malaga cluster raisins, 2 lbs for 23c extra Une. Handy Prunes, ',30 to the p'ourid! 2 lbs for 2."c, Ilnndy Prunes arc positively the finest pr'oduced.ln the world. Got some addressed postal cards, free at the store and if you can...

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