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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 June 1899

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors end Managers. Ed H. De La Oouet. Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT OOMPAN'i OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 183 and 1ST Main at. LONG DISTANCE PHOKE 190. orriCEBS iXD dibectocs. President James V. Welsh Vice-President A. T. Paige Secretary , Fred w. Gatek Treasurer.... ... Edw. 8. Habteb. "WlIXIASl T. BABTBB JSO. MOAMABA Ed. H. De La Court. Entered at the Postofilce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMallCSO - - - 11.25 tor 81x Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAY, JUXE 29 The $30,000,000 coal trust that has been organized in tho Pittsburg coal district -will start out by closing a large number of mines, throwing thousands of men out of work. The announcement that the price of coal will not be raised by reason of the trust's limiting the supply will be taken as a joke by those who foot the bi...

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. — 29 June 1899

MUNYOiTS INHALER CURES CATARRH Colds, Coughs, Hay Fever, Bron chitis, Asthma and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Clouds of Medicated Vapcr arc inhaled through the mouth aud emitted from th nos trils, cleuslsg and vaporizing all the loflamM and diseased parta which cannot lie reached by medicine taken into the stomach. It reaches the tore tpolsIl heals the renr placet It met to the teat of tlttea'eIl act as a bain and tome to the whole. n'trnft.OO at Irugijitts orient by mail. JSOS Arch SL,I'hili MfSI f pf w Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything: of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. FOB SALE OR TRADE No. 115 Kllng 8t.,9rooms,Iurnnce, etc. Tel. 519. Call on G. W. Grldlcy. 4S Central building. 309 For sale Property on Dayton St.. $1,100; food 7 ro...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 June 1899

5. yf " "-vSuSS"- :?1?$&gr$$gag$gi: The best exhibit of Kabo Summer Corsets ever brought to Akron will be on display in our south window for the next few days. The stjdes embrace the latest productions from that well known factory. We carry a full line of ! both Summer and Regular Kabo Corsets. No.3r9 $1.00 Summer batiste corset, suitable for summer or winter wear. This corset is entirely new this season and is very popular. No. 35f $1.00 "Hipless'" summer corset. We recommend this corset for stout ' ladies, being very comfortable. No. 354 $1.00 Long waisted summer corset, made of extra good net and per fect in shape. No. 206 $1.00 "High bust" summer corset, C hook, 1011 waist, very tsuituuie for tall ladies. No. 353 $1.00 Extreme long waisted summer j corset. 'I Ins corset is well worth a'trial. No. 348 $1.00 We have this corset in drab and black "medium waist" made of extra good jean. No. 59 $1.00 Short drab nursing corset; a per fect copy of the French corset and is very comi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

Svrf?.-.-- Insist upon having the . . Bread . With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is THE BEST... . - - AKRON AILY DEMOCRAT. -HEADQUARTERS FIZL- Poric CfP-frt London Purpte X 41 15 III CCH Hellebore And Other INSECTICIDES. STEINBAdR'S NO. 104 EOS! Met SI. VOLUME EIGHT. JNOTBER 61 AKEON, OHIO, FRIDAY EYENING, JUNE 30, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT D GUILTY. First Degree Murder- Callaway Must Answer For Death of His Wife. Jury Not Long In Reach ing a Verdict. , Sentence Will be' Passed' on Him Saturday. . Immense Crowd Present Judge's Charge. to Hear JErank. B. Callaway, who has been on trial for the murder of his wife, at St. Louie, for several -weeks, was found guilty in the first degree by the jury. Callaway shot his wife on April 10 last in a large department store, where she was employed. Mrs. Callaway was born and rais ed in Summit county. Her name was Birdie Hurd. She is a niece of Mrs. W. H. Sprain of 123 Kirkwood street. In his charge the Judge had this to ey on the question of insanity: "Wh...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gajer Editors and Manager.- Ed H. Dz ill Ooubt, Mgr. AdTertlitng Dspl PUBLISHED BT THE AKBOK DEMOCRAT COUVJlSY office Democrat Block. Noa. IBS and 1ST Main at. LOSO DISTANCE PHOTO 190. OJTIOEKS XSD OIBEOTOBS. President . James V. Welsii Vice-President A.T. Paige Secretary Feed W. Gayek Treasurer WUiaji T. BiWTtn Edw.B. Harter Jso. MoJJamaka Ed. H. De La Court. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Eoj 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMalUJXO - - - 11.25 for Six Muntlii- Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, JUNE M BOOM THE STREET FAIR. The announcement that the $20,000 guaranty fund has been pledged to the business men who have been given charge of the Akron Free Car nival and Street Fair, was gratify ing news to the people of Akron. The fact that the Elks' Carnival will be held about 'six weeks in advance of the Carnival and Street Fair to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

MniMBaeaM 1 i I iihkirttali Lflr a i K. C. "i -i NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE On Saturday, July 1st, The beautiful hats we oiler you now the prices will astonish you. All can afford them at these reduced prices. They consist of the finest materials and the latest designs. 2b old stvles or shop worn goods, but the VERY CHOICEST in FLJCE-MILLLNERY. Please call and examine for yourself. The prices will suit vou. Also a full line of SAILORS. WALKING HATS and CHILDREN'S Root, Detroit Gasoline Stoves Climax Stoves and Ranges Jahant Hot Blast Furnaces Are AIE 166 South SPECIAL SALE OF" TRIMMED HATS AT- Miss Helen Griffin's, gSMS" The Rough Ridor, the most popular Hat of the season, can be bought here. We received today some i Hoi Fell $r They are late things. Call J. M. ust Received Another sell for large invoice of those $1, $1.50 and $1.76 And somej?retty new white hats. M. E. W0LCOTT CO. 122 S. Howard st. Over Reid's Shoe Store tSiSiSS-. $rff'-ff- e For the rest of the season prices go down...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

W&iSbq. rjsff-r--"- 'aT?B"- -T -f a WRONG PLACE rsrsrrrsrsrsssrrrrrrrsrrrsrsrsrsrsrs D EMODELING BUILDIN Young Man Tried to Work an Old Game. i Telephone 417. ELGIN a "9 mm T BUTTER Cents Per Pound. 1THER G SALE i READ OUR Decials For Saturday. 35c Men's Lisle Bibbed Underwear in. shirts and drawers, were 50c, ioc. 25C Men's Jersey Bibbed and Bal brigpan Shirts and Drawers, worth 50c. 69C Men's Colored Dress Shirts, two collars, one pr. cuffs, fast colors, were f 1.00. $1.00 Ladies' Glor a Silk Umbrellas, all styles of handles, both Dresden aud Congo. 8C Plaid "Basin Cotele" 32 iu. wide, fast colors, were 12sc. 3C Simpson".- Plain Black Calicoes, fast colors, regular oe. . 7c "Morely Zephyrs" in fancy shirt waist stripes, made to sell at izfcc 6c 36 in. fast color Peicales,will wash and wear as good as 12c goods. 5C 30 in. Corded Zephyrs, fast colors, best 5c wah goods in the city. 12C White P.K.'sand White Dimities in short lengths, regular 15c. 124C to 29C Colored striped P.K....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

-4 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harfer Fred W. Giver Editors and Mtnagert. Ki. H. Us La Ooukt, Mgr. AdrerUilcg Dept PUBIJSlirD ST THK AKKON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Isos. 183 and 137 Main St. LOSO DISTANCE PD OKI 190. OmCKKU A5D DIRECTORS. President , , Jaxes V. WriiH Vice-President A. T. Paigi Secretary ...Fked W. Gatib Treasurer William T. Bawtbb Edw.S. Habtik Jko.MoKaxaka Ed. H. Da La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall SUB - - - JLMforSlx Months Official Paper of tlia City of Akron. rO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FKIDAY, JUNE 30 THE BULLFROGS. If yon live out in the suburbs. You will always know when spring Has assumed control of westhcr By the way tbe bullfrogs nng. There is something wlerdly rounrnfnl In the music 1 roia the bog. The low drumming and shrill whistling Of the versatile j oung frog. If the nightingale's wan spirit Hannts the bullfrog, as t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

V- -"3K -0S5SiS3?SaSf586SSie,-i;e!- - -rQ;,ft W- v-S.targ. j, f-r- t. -r v 'fKy y, " TT. ' -" he Easy Food Easy to Buy, Easy to Cook, Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. uaker Oats At all grocers in 2-lb. pkgs. AN AWFUL FIX. But He Warn Younsr JIan of Aervfi and Reource. Embarrassing was in name for it. The young man bad Ihuu entertaining her very nicely that evening, and as they clambered gnyiy into one of the cars that came swinging In a long line of its brothers around Fountain square he breathed a sigh of relief, for be was down to his last coin a single, solitary dime. As he gave this up to the con ductor he reflected with complacent satisfaction that his hospitality bad been both lavish and tactful and felt very well satisfied with himself. They plunged into a bantering conversation and laughed and chatted their way through the glittering struct and along the quiet one-, that ramc later for some 20 minutes in liapj.y oblivion of everything but the fact that they had been having a goo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

k- FOB SALE. FOR SALE OR TRADE-No. 115 Kllng St., 9 rooms, furnace, etc. Tel. 519. Call on G. W. Grldley. is Central building. 809 For ale Property on Dayton st- fl.100; rood 7 room house, furnace and barn, only iCO; fine lot on North Howard f.t. nt a saoraflcetNo. 113 Crous-o st C room hou-e, well and cistern, fine lot, f Union lone time. East Thornton s.t- near Main and Furnace., only fl,7i)u. Properties In an pans of the city at creat bargains. Call and see them. Money to loan Tel. 514. Q. V. Grldley, 43 Central building. BUILDING STONE FOR SALE. Chlce building none by car load; nlo brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders tilled on short notice. C. H. Jones. 817 South Main st. FOR SALE 7 choice lets. Miller an-., price $!00 to $850; 82 lots In Haynes allot ment Just off of S. Main St.; prices way down. J.I. Baehtel, Insurance nnd loans, liS S. Howaad St. AVe have a $7,500 home, first-class In every particular to sell at the extreme low figure of $5,000. You can buy It On terms ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 June 1899

- if- - Washing with any other soap than Fels-Naptha, even one week, is a waste of the cost of a month's supply; more too. 5c, and money back. Fcls & Co, makers. Philadelphia. WARM WEATHER WEAR. Vh.t FaMhlon Command" In 'Via- enV Atllrc For .'liiUniuiuer. Special CoiTP5Donilence.l New York, June 2G. Sweet as is the summer girl, I do cot think he is' quite as delectable as the was last finni mer. There is too compact and" trim a look in the pique, burlap and crash ekirts, and not all the dainty fhirt wai-ts in the world can overcome it. The present fancy for pique skirts is to have the upper part fit tightly around the wai&t and hips and the lower part hpread out with a serpentine flounce, both parts joined together by a white embroidered insertion. This openwork does not add a particle of lightness, but the pique is white, and therefore thought particularly suitable for sum mer attire. Lawn and organdie are the real sum mer stuffs. Cool they always look, and dainty they ate....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

w"S???w"' gyrwrffiyfflrujr .p. JVTrcgyyr-jiiSmiTC .ipi-frqr --rlK1'- itfe K vl AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Prescriptions... Dispensed at oar store will not disappoint the doctor. Ask him about ns and- by all means follow nis advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. 1899 Cameras 1S99 -A - Great variety, lowest prices. In struction and dark room FJJEK. Photo supplies of every descrip tion. , Geo. S. Dales & Son, M S. loin ii. i VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 62 AKRON, OHIOr SATURDAY EVENING JULY 1,1899. PRICE ONE CENT 4 AFFIDAVIT AKRON OFFICE FUNDS FREAKS RARESPORT RECITAL J. J. BRASAEMLFS 5c AND 10c STORE 5 I Fireworks and Hag&i Furnished More tharr Its Share of Recruits. For Elks Great .Midway Are Numerous. Given by Pupils of Mrs. E. M. Heaton. Filed' by a Creditor. For Science Hall jjBffgSygC3ggsaiOgg 4 t - s Alleges Transfers Were Made to Defraud. Aged Couple WilJ Divide the Property. Claims Money Was Illegally Paid to Son.' - . .Motion For Removal of , Assignee Court News. George M. Tuttle, a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

iwr.. L.M'!r.1;j-"wIAZaC?gT?'.S:i: gMrq r W535fc' rfMwmnjgfas THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Editors end Manager. Gayer Ed H, Dz La Oopkt, Mgr. Advertising Depl PUBLISHES BT AKBON DEMOOBAT COMPANY THE OFFICE Democrat Block, Nog. US and 1ST Mala it. TjOVO distance phonk ISO. orriczBS axd dieeotors. President . JAXE3 V. WzLell Vice-President. Secretary Treasurer. . Edw. S. Habtzb A-T. Paigi FKED W. GAYEIS -William t. Sawyer JNO. JICNAMAUA Ed. H. Da LA Ooubt. Entered at the Fostofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. ' Delivered Ewry Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall J&EO - - - I1J3 (or BU Montis Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, JULY 1 "If the President will oppose trusts,.imperialism and the methods of Boss Hanna, I will support him," 6ays Gov. Pingree. If Pingree sticks to his word it is safe to say that he will not be for McKinley. Col, H.C. Sanfobd takes pleasure in standing up to be knocke...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

Tig;j;.i;m W. I.JII W, l lillTllli.MM aMMJBfcW -f "-- -i- WiWil '. Sni3 ) a E?ga MHnyMinrwwasHM'i WJ i "J"-1 '! v V TO L.02IM $S7,375 Real Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, OffcePixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. HI.O. IVIi Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. FOR SALK OR TRADE No. 115 Kllng st 9 rooms, furnace, etc. Tel. 51S. Call on G. W. Grldley. 43 Central building. 809 KOK SALE 13 pair window blinds iu Rood condition. wiiiM-ii etieap. -Appiyo v. n eal. 121 Jlerrltnnii st. C1-S3 For tale Properly on Dayton St., 11,100; flood 7 room house, furnace and barn, only 13M; One lot on North Howard st.at a aoraflce;No. USCrouseht., 6 room bouse, well and cistern, tine lot, $l,500,on lone time. East Thornton si., near Main and Furnace, only SI,700. Properties In all parts of the city...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

-r Sis, i fttt -ARE pecials Just what you want for your outing" on the 4th of July. WASH SKIRTS 25c Linen Skirts with deep hem, full size, no skimping in width. 50C, rsc Trimmed Linen Skirts, in all sizes, full width, extra values. $1.00, $1.50 Trimmed Linen Skirts, also ith fancy cording, latest effects. $3.75 Linen Skirts, trimmed -with blue, also overskirt effect with aplique effects. $1.25, $1.50 White P. K. Skirts, trimmed, also plain, latest style backs, good values. $2.00, $3.50 White P.K. Skirts, best of trim ming, good quality of material. 75C, 85C "White muslin underskirts, trim med in lace and embroidery, well made. $1.00, $1.25 White Umbrella Skirts, embroi dery, trimmed, dust ruffle, splen did values. $1.39 This bkfrt is the best value we have ever given in w.hite skirts, worth $1.50. 35c to $1.75 Shirt Waists in percales, madras cloth, linen, .white and colored lawns trimmed and tucked. 150-152 South Howard St. Taxes- 5 Due IFYOUFIND VOURSEUF- SHORT Vtf E VllI L.OAIM V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

-t---- IU" n -f - - THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Manager. EdH. Di La Court, Mgr. AdTOrtltlng Sept rUIlLI-lUIDBT THK AK.KON IlKMOCRAT COMPANY OFKIOt Democrat Block. Nos. 1E3 and 137 Msln t ixn distance PHome 190. orriceuM jlso dikxotobs. President Jahi V. Welsh Vlce-Presldent a. T. Paige Secretary Fbxd W. Oatxk Treasurer.... Wiixiam T. Battie Edw. 8. Hatitkk . Jmo. MoKahaba Ki H Dx La Cocet. Entered at tho Hoitofflce at Akron, Ohio, a BtK-ond-ClaEs Mall Matter. Delivered Kverj- Kvanlng by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mull J2.S0 - tl.23 iorSlx Montbs Official Paper of the City of Akron. rO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY,. JULY 1 D0YLEST0WN. Geo. Werner and wife of Cleve land, wisited with friends and rela tives the past week. Mrs. Dr. Spencer left last night for Michigan, where she will visit -several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Ellen Williams of Creston, was the guest of friends nud rela tives last week. Misses Emma and Kittie Whit man we...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

2T--. -JtoBTlTjgj V V.-WJV ,' --SVji 'A.J r vwk'v- l - f Fels is worth Naptha 5c that five times as much as any mere soap. - Kds S. Co, ra, 1'hiUJclphia. LAP1NER OWED. Unresponsive to Plea of Mrs. Ingersoll's Sister. ATTEMPT .TO PROVE INSANITY. Wlruesses .Introduced to Demonstrate That fcho Wa Xot Mentally Ketpnnsl ble When Iie Kidnaped Gerald La-phier- Collins Claimed Ilia Innocence. Chicago, June 30. At the close of the evidence in tho case of Elizabeth Ann Ingersoll and John C. Collins, charged with kidnaping Gerald lapinei there occurred a pathetic sceno. Sirs. I. J. Burchard of Amboy, 111., sister of Sirs, ingersoll, had raken the stnnd in her sister's defense to show that ihe was not morally or legally re- sponsible for her deed. After court had adjourned and the room was well cleared of spectators, Mrs. Burchard forced her way. to Mr. -Lapiuer. "Have pity on my sister, Mr. La piner," she cried, bowing down before him in supplication. "Don't scud her to state's jirisoa; no don...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

-y.' w yij'yjffViMiafyTlw' .ary ?ficr3agattt,'j RAILROAD TIME TABLES Dally; oil others drUly except Bandar. Central Standard Time. OLEVBLAifD, AKItON & COLUMBUS Onion Depot, iliirket St. Going North. No.27t Xo.S5 So. S Ko. 2 Ctiiumhu ei'tre-s I'rom Iilii-p.iurg only" Colitmbui 'n't mall Gul s South. Col.-lltl. f..r titnfl 6:03 air 10:8; on 4:15 pn tftoo 4:15 pi) 9:07 pn Ko.ss To JtllU-rj-burg only , No. 9sfrCoI.-Clu. express (-H-)" ERIK RAII.HOAD CO. Kflo Uupot, Mill St. Time Card: Dec. II, 18JS. Going Weft. no It impress., Jjo ,5t Llmitwl'vesTftmle. NO 1.-4- Trt ALi-..m ai.1 8:39 pn 7:05 an 9:35 an 12:22 pn 6:52 pu 6:40 am No 13 Huntington spoclnTTr?) No 37 Accotnn-'cxl.irion..... Joins East. Nc 8t Limited vestibule No 12 Express " . 1:2S air . 8:51 an .12:50 pn Tf 5. Va... VaX i!',' No lot Chautauqua exprsss JSO IN Arivtmrnivlarinn 4:25 pir 4K pir , . 7. .; ....v....,i -.... t;w nil Itt) Except Monday and days alter hoil O., I.4V.B. B. Going North. How. St. Union Depot. Depot....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 July 1899

" r"Fafr y iiff-ynr3tsacMsp iii. ""'gr AYENGEI) THE iIAIKE. WAINWRIGHT AND THE LITTLE AUXIL IARY, GLOUCESTER, AT SANTIAGO. A Maine Survivor, 'Wafiiirrlglit Qui etly Anted For n dinner With the Gloucester lie Sunk the Torpedo Bontn Pluton nnil Kuror. Copyright, 1S59, by G. L. Kilmer. ! YEN conceding that Cervera threw his squad- ron beiore me I American ships, II js an easy prey, the gallantry of the little auxiliary Gloucester, in the face of the whole Spanish outfit, was re markable. The Gloucester look ed after the. two torpedo destroy- ers, Pluton and Furor, especial-.' Iv. But she faced mere than that enemy, The two destroyers were more than a match for the converted sportingcrach as men, guns and rapidity of maneu vering go. The Gloucester had 800 tons displacement against 740 in the Fnror and Pluton combined. The two Span iards carried 123 men and 16 guns against 93 men and 10 guns on the Gloucester. When the fight was over on July 3 and the riba of every Spanish vessel ly ing...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 3 July 1899

C "' ! f"' , -Sri."-- g ar.,y- Insist upon having tbc Bread AKRON DAILY DEMOGRA -HEADQUARTERS FOR- Poric PrAATJ London Purple I dl 15 III CCll ...Hellebore And Other INSECTICIDES. SIEINB'S ::: RO. 104 EOSI Mel 81. fc-t. With the AKRON BAKERY TAG: If is THE BEST... xa VOLUME FJGHT. NUMBER 63 AEHON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT J FED HORSETHIEF. FINAL TOY PISTOL IS A COMER. THE AKR0I CARNIVAL v Shelled Corn Stolen From . Caused a Bad Blaze Mogadore. at To a Cross-Cut Saw. Arrangements Made Man Who Beat Ruhlin Farmer's Wagon. AND STRE AIR 1 s. s te f Vr-f .- ''rbfr HP g mmmmsmmmmws'mssmmmie-i.e ETF I-' J Senator Alexander Was " "In the Way" So He Was Removed by Strategem. The Senator Will Score Even the By -Removing" Some of His Enemies. ' Senator Alexander's .. tifrn-down has attracted a great deal of atten tion throughout the state, and espec ially at the state capital, where he was best known. Sunday's Enquirer published tte following dispatch from its correspo...

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