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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 July 1899

rri -".3iJfer3---r ---Y-JJSS5 "K , -yi- eSffC - ' ,:T?- "."&ai 3f " 53SCSJW8t' l " Insist upon having the AKRON DAILY DEMOORAr .-HEADQUARTERS FOR Pric Pre em London PnrpU, al lb lirCCIl ...Hellebore And Other INSECTICIDES. Bread With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is tfE BEST.- SL SIEHIBiCHIR'S NO. 104 EOSt iQTKef SL VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER SI AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT v" 'fr-SJgap-!5iissSi- -v ia wmwWMWxwin tip ! m Trif n in f iianai .hp.h.iwmii'ii 'WuMIJt.. X K r MYSTERY Who He Represents. Appearance of Attorney Causes Comment. Mogadore Incorporation ists Are Winners. Court Decides Case In Their Favor. Transfer Causes House Trouble News. Court The appearance of Attorney S. G. Rogers, in the error cabe of George H. Knowles vs. The City, is bome what mysterious. Attorney Andress, who represents the plaintiff in error, in making his argument to the court, said that he had no idea who Mr. Rogers repre sented. He was certain that it was not the city. Mr. Rog...

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. — 24 July 1899

N i V i THE DAEY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Barter Fred W. Editors and Manager. Gayer EdH. De LaOoubt, Mgr. AdrertUlnf Sept rUBLtsHxn ST THE AKHON DEMOCRAT COMPANY orricx Democrat Block. Nos. 1S5 and 1ST Wain t LOSS DI8TANCX FHOXE ISO. OrrlOEBS AM) DIBECTORS. President . Vloe-Prealdent Secretary . .Jaes V. H'lUl! A. 1. rAIGl C. P. Humphrey of Akron read iu the Washington dispatches that Secretary Alger had "retired" from the cabinet, he made a sketch of his impressions of the situation, -which sketch is reproduced elsewhere in today's. Dkmockat. The application of the scriptural verses quoted to the Algerian controversy is at once so apparent and to irresistible that the defects in the execution of the sketch will be more than overlooked. Jmd W. Ua yek Treasurer. William T. Sawtrk Bit. B. Hartek Jmo. MoNahaka Ed. H. De La Court. Entered nt the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall HM - - - IL23 (or Blx Montln Officia...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 July 1899

J v ; "w,?rft''SLT,"-"'J"s-' K FOR SALE. KOR SALE A pood milk mute. Bt this office. Enquire 95-S2 KOR SALE Fine family mare. 12 years t!tl; color nice bay. Good style life mid Jictlon. Weight l,l(M pounds. Kor full pr liculnrs call nt Democrat oulco. Sltf KOK 8AX.K No 1JJ-12J Knro st lwirn, well, cltern, two rixkI lion-es nt a crent liuriiuin; two ff-room hoiuo on linre st.. onlytwn) ouch: three lots Ht n bargain; new lioue on Raymond St., with furnace, only Jl,ni;new house n Snyder st., only l,n; No. 115 Kline st. at a Nierillce; bargain; in all parts of thecity. C:i!I mid &e-them. Jloney loaned. Tel.Stf. G. V. GRIkEY.4 Ontrnl Bidt. BUILDING STONE FOR SALE. Chlce building "etone by car load; also brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders tilled on short notice. C. H. Jones, 317 South Alain st. FOR SALE Choice lots on Miller uv. and Bachtel nv. at bargain prices. Bear in mind that these lots are on graded streets. Just off rr car line, In good neighborhood, con rcn lentto school...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 July 1899

"tr.-V v ?1 Gigantic 'III nrl (i rf a s 1 1 nil LJ III UtliU 'The second we have held in Akron. our first sale strengthens our second, that is why such crowds line along our counters. Tuesday morning one whole case of Simpson's plain black, black and white and grey cali coes, sold everywhere at 5c Mill End Sale Price 3C. Only 10 yards to a customer. 36-in percales, regular 12jc grade; 25c organdies, in plain and figures, also 15c cotelle cloti, Mill End price 5c. - Lancaster ginghams in Mill Ends, all colors, regular Gc grade, 3&C. 5 yards to a customer. 36-in. bleached muslin, the kind you pay GJc, for we only had one case, it will go fast at theEillEnd Price of AC. 50 dozen more of those marvel ous working skirts, in black duck, all double stitched, the oOc grade, Mill End Price 39c. The greatest skirt bargains ever brought to the city of Akron are here, over 100 left our store Satur day, no wonder when you con sider how they are made and the quality of the material. Plain duc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 July 1899

K Prescriptions.. TlInnnnRed at onr a tor 8 "will disappoint the doctor. Ask him about ns and by all means follow bis advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 82 W!LD WEST. Rough Riders Here. Every Nation of Civilized World Represented. More Than 600 People Are With Show. Street Parade Largest Given in Akron. Ever Famous Bivouac Scene at San Juan Hill. Buffalo Bill's wild west show and congress of Rough Ridels of the world, arrived at Akron early Tues day morning, and shortly afterwards had the show auditorium, living tents and stable tents all arranged on the grounds, the property of Po liceman Fred Baker, on Thornton st. With the show are more than GOO people, among which are represented every nationality of the civilized world. There are also over 5IX) head of fine horses. Among the Indians of the show are sonic exceptionally fine specimen!: of the Sioux race. Street Parade. The street parade occurred at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. It wa the largest parade ever pl...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 July 1899

.. - .. "-r" --t-i " k - ?? ." --iSfSar ' '-- Scv..?-v: -;h?m ipv- -iSJ!ff(isfSSSS-v '-!' . .'vv- j-" - -iTfW- f f iiA THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Editors cad Mentger. Gayer KbH.Di La Cotjbt, llgr. Advertising Dept rDBUIHIS BT AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY THK orricx Democrat Block, Nos. 1E5 and 137 Alain at zona distance raosc 180. orrtozRs and dihiotoks. President . .Jakes V. Weiah Vice-President... Secretary Treasurer . Edw. 8. Harteb. A.T. PAifit Fked W. Gave it "VVuxiajc T. Sawyer JKO. ilONAMABA ED. H. Djs La Coobt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening fcy Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall J2.G0 - - - ILS5 for Blx Mouths Official Paper of the, City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 130. TUESDAY, JULY 25 'Go it husband, go it bear!'' "Hear him bray!" says Aaron Teeple, referring to Senator Alex ander. Judge Anderson himself could not have written a sharper exhortation than this. Senator Morgan of Alabama...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 July 1899

qigiigftgewpgjawjjlHjilijy'gy?"- -.msm grTr-1 Z?'"-Zzz, - - '-''"':4sft?Z??m K TO L.OAN 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 CONFIDENTIAL. M.G. KVHB-.L.ER Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. FOR SALK A at this office. sood mllki-ouli1 Knqulre iniilr MW3 FOR SAI.K-Fln.rTinnUv mare. 12 y.n old; color nice liay. Good Hvle life und action, weight i.iw pound-., i-nr run par- ilculars call at Democrat office. fcltf FOR BALK No 122-121 Bare su barn, wii, cltern, two good liou-pq nt n great lmrgnln; I - two 6-room houses on Hare St., only $900 each; three lots at n bargain; new hou&e on Raymond bt., with furnace, only 11,1"); new house on Snyder st., only ?1,W0; No. 115 KUngst. nta hncritlcu; bargains In all parts of the city. Call and ke them. Money l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 July 1899

$i-yrj -vv" -i. i riF?4q$t3? rs3"tvggg'"?yj I $&u On Goes the Gigantic j u Like a mighty torrent, sweeping prices of Dry Goods down to such low figures that Everybody Buys Freely See Those 7c Dark percales, 3G-in. wide, the best qualities, sold everywhere at JZC. See Those 4c Comfort calicoes in large figures, thevame kind as you pay Kii for. See Those 4-4c Calicoes, the best makes in good calicoes for wrappers or comfort linings. See Those 12i.c Bright plaids for Children's dresses or ladies' waists, the same as you pay loc for. See Those 10c Mill end piques and skirting white goods, same as you pay 20c ior. See Those 50c Pique skirts, also trimmed duck skirts, regular price $1. Wednesday Morning Special See Those 50c Wrappers Same as sold for $1. 150-152 South Howard St. S. . O.'s POINTERS S. & It's. 30c Ceylou and In dia tea contains food proper ties that are nourishing. A glass of this tea refreshes you while many trashy teas ener vates. Mil l sutler. I64S. Howards!. 'I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 July 1899

Insist upon having the Bread With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is lgE BEST-. -HEADQUARTERS FOR- Paris Green LMSS And Other INSECTICIDES. SIEIMUCHuTS ::: Ho. M M M6UI. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 83 AKRON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1899. PRICE ONE GENT AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. K TO DO DUTY During the Strike. Every City Employe Made a Special Officer. Several Small Outbreaks In Cleveland. Soldiers Were the Targets For Shower of Stones. Mayor Farley Will Have Order at Any Cost. Cleveland, O., July 26 Special It was announced by Mayor Farley today that he would swear in every city employe as a special officer to do duty during the street car strike. There have been no serious out breaks today, the strike sympathizers evidently fearing the militia. At Collinwood a switch was spiked and a car derailed. The motorman and conductor fearing they might be injured made a run for the woods. They were not pursued. The naval reserves were ordered to the place and are now patroling the vicinity. One troo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 July 1899

JWT"J kiZF? tft JSJtl'8CTrTfT" THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Ed. S. Harter fni W. Gayer Editors nd Manager. Ed H. Dx La Ooubt, Mgr. AdTertlil&s Dept rUBIiISHKD IT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 1S3 and IS7 Main t LOSS DXSTAXCB PHOKB ICO. OmOIBS AWD XlIRXOTOBb. President . Jakes V. Wiinii Vice-President.. A. T. fXU) . Feed W.Uaybk Secretary . Treasurer. Wiixiaji T. bavftiii Edw. B. Haetee jMO. MOKAJUKA Ed. H. Db La Coubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK JJy Mall 12S - - - JL25 lor Six Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 Gex. I. R. Sherwood's boom for Governor was formally launched at Toledo last nicht by the Jackson club, which gave him its unanimous endorsement. Not long ago the Administration organs were boasting about the "wise, firm, courageous policy" at "Washington that directed the destiny of the nation ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 July 1899

-v. -Sf" K U FOR SALE. FOK SALE Fine family mare. 12 yenr old; color nic bay. Good style life and action. Weight 1.100 pounds. For full par ticulars call at Democrat oflicc. Sltf FOR 8AX.E Xo 123-124 Bare St., barn, well, cistern, two good bouses at a great bargain; two 6-room houses on Bare sL, onlytttX) melt; three lots at n bargain; new house on Raymond St., with furnace, only si,(ul;new house on Snyder it., only 1,OT; Xo. llo Kllng st. at a sacrilice; bargains in all part of the city. Call and tee them. Money loaned. Tel. 516. G. V. GIUDLKY.S Central Hide BUILDING STONE FOK SALE. Ghlce bnildlng stone by car load; also brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders filled on short notice. C. II. Jones, 317 South Main st. FOR SALE tl JM) is the price of a good 8-room house in u desirable residence part of the city. If you are looking for a home, you cannot beat this for the money, as in vestment would pay 12 per cent. For par ticulars and other bargains in real estate see J. I. BACHTEL...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 July 1899

TEBK3EMBE N o - j UrowfietLwith ?i:;C3S; is oar. soepjad Gigantic Each day- iMi addi tions in ttie-Miir '- i'S. Mill End Price 5c A lot of !'.' :d-, the flsses. " very thin.T ic.r .Mill Ead Price Tc Those 36-in. la'c park grcalo are going out mey. Mill End Price Ue Cotton plaid in "bric-'it colors, impossible for these sroods to last long; pii V febtaia op while they are here.. Mill JB&i Pries 5c A lot of l'arht and dark organdi", alo cotell" eli, regular price 12Jc a yard. Jffili End Price 3c The best black -and white and ! grey calicoes, re j.rlar price Zc. . Mill End Price 4"c Comfort calicojF,5iJ&Jv fkrure, sateen finish, rinsr pr"e fie Mill End Price en White Duck Skirts. Never was tl.re suc-i solii'igm wash skirts. A a "till have a few left. You hrt! better .coinc and pet vone now for may won't last till Saturday. T"5c -fo $2.50, all work double. Slill En? Price 3c , A towel b?rg-Hn. plim glass towels, tbe&e 1 jnd; Mill End Price $150 AU our ladie snfl goats' Hamil...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 July 1899

a?33aiwifMiHi.l Prescriptions. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. 1899 Cameras 1899 Great variety, lowest prices. In struction and darkroom FREE. Photo supplies of every descrip tion. Geo. S. Dales & Son, 228 S. KGln Si. Dispensed-at our atow "will not disappoint tne aocwr. aw. """ about us and by all means follow his ZLdvics HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 84 AKRON, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1899. PRICE ONE GENT Wiirtifiiin oi ' rnr in Hipw,i myii i'ii HHAyrs!gy K LOTTA Visiting In Akron. The Richest Actress In America A Guest at the Home of Mr. J. W. Little. Tells How She Began Her Histronic Work. Has Traveled Extensively Owns Property In Akron. Miss Lotta Mignou Crabtree, the wealthiest actress in the world, her estate being valued at several mil lions of dollars, is a guest at the res idence of J. AV. Little, 123 South Maple st. She is accompanied by her mother, whose age is 79. Miss Crabtree is owner of the Ab bey block on South Main St., and the old Abbey block ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 July 1899

W5H!V"-''r i n"il n-TT"!'" W" 1. riW!, l K THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Manager. Kd H. De La Couet, Mgr. JUSTrrUtlag Dept rUI3I.I9BZD KT THE AKBON DEMOCRAT OOMPANY orrira Democrat Block, Nos. IBS and 1X7 Main -. LOSS DUT15CZ PHOIfl ICO. orriCKEa asd directors. Prhldent - James V. Welsu Vice-President A- T. Paigi A-crelnry . t..., Fbed W.Gatek Treasurer WimM T. 8atteb ROW. 8. HAKT15K J0. MCNAKARA jjd. U. lis I4A Court. Entered Ht the Fostofflce at Akron, Ohio, ur Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ;y ll.lll 12.60 - - - 11.25 for BU Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. rO TELEPHOKE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THUBSDAY, JULY 27 Secbittary Alger shook hands with the President when he bade the Cabinet good bye. Dissimulation seems to be a fine art with the repu diated Michigan statesman. Sixer. Co. Funston suggested that the government ought to use "more diplomacy and less gun-powder" on the Filipinos, his ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 July 1899

- -v - iIwtw iWM"IW3 K j -b ! & Jl vffn mnif 1 n 4 ill ilr 'Jlwm ,- flr 0j"jk mm ill li I i p&- f I 1 - nfiMLfPBHEfcl XI fll MllfeB, nJarmh '.Jf F jL f 1FH 5 f? I llil lii LIU 1 iT83I31i)s;EsAHr' M-H v .Tij i ? uUf VWv MnnmrtSlinnfcLOAK a surr factory, jm ftlSncocnJHgllriihb-rl iiLfillJ W W flSZT - SS!fei4 JL-JpVfgfg. kFNUssJ. Js-ssglgL1 up, and we will not be St I LWoUed bcforo in SPWK1 .N. to repJace goods 1 jy t6F fly ft lu D uponoo si wiii dioiroj daiuruayj Juiy aj iosjjJj ior unc vvsok 2 You allmusfc remember our FIRST "MILE END" SALE. Mr. Lockhart, who owns, controls and personally directs this Marvellous Merchandise Movement, has builded its reputation on confidence and on honor. It stands erect upon facts which are as solid as the rock Gibraltar, (WITHOUT WHICH A DRY GOODS PRINCE COULD NOT SUCCEED.) There are thousands of yards of calicoes, ginghams, linens, percales, dimities. cotton, tickings, silesias, cambrics, linings, colored and biacK dress goods, toweimgs, la...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 July 1899

resyjyggfygw -"SggSSSBSP I "1FJL, ,$.?; 2i?" K H TO INSURE A FULL SENATE. Senator Messart Will Oiler an Addition to tlie Matute. Wasuxngtox, July 27. Senator Stew art of Nevada said that, in order to ob viate the apparent necessity of an amendment to the constitution to in sure at all times a full representation of states in the United States senate, at the next session of congress he would propose tliat the following paragraph be added at the end of section 15, title 2, chapter 1 of the revised statutes: "If on the third Tuesday after the organization of the legislature no per son has received such majority, then on that day or on any succeeding day the person receiving a plurality of thovotes cast, a majority of all the members elected to both houses being present and voting, sliall oe declared elected." This, he believed, will meet the neces sities of the case and insure the election of a United States senator in every state at the time specified by law. TYPHOID FEVER AND DESTITU...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 July 1899

&? - Insist upon having the AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT -HEADQUARTERS FOIU Paris GreatI"5K Bread With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is i HE BEST... And Other INSECTICIDES. STNBAGHERTS NO. 104 EQSl iQDfel Sf. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 85 AKRON, OHIO, FEIDAY EVENING, JULY 28. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT K K X . r CARRIED UP To Supreme Court. The Gertrude Jennings Damage Action. Claimed There Was Error In the Trial. Marriage Licenses issued During Last Year. Two Divorces Granted House News. Court The celebrated Gertrude Jennings damage case ih now in the Supreme court. The judgment of Common Pleas court was sustained by the Circuit court. The Akron fe Cuyahoga Falls Rapid Transit company has carried the case up on error, the petition be ing tiled in the Supreme court Thurs day. Miss Jennings, the defendant in error, was given a verdict for $4,500 for injuries received in a collision between an electric car and a loco motive at Cuyahoga Falls. The amount of the verdict was cut down to $2,500. Marriages. Du...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 July 1899

.'v-:--Sis?gy-c-s3f! la THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harier Fred W. Editors and Hungers. Gayer EdH.DsU Oouet, Mgr. AdTertitlni Dpt PUBL3SKXS XT THE AKBOU DEMOOBA.T oompaut OFricx Democrat Block, Nos. IB and 187 Main it. LOSO DISTAHOB FHOXB 1W. OrriOEBB A2TD DIHXCTOBS. President JAMXS V. W ZIn Vice-President. Secretary Treasurer.. Bdw. B. Habter.. .A.T. Paige. Fred W. Qatek WlIXIAH T. SAWTIB JKO. MOINAMAKA ED. H. Si IA COURT. Entered at the Postofflce at Airon, Ohio, " Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Bo 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall $2.50 - - - S1.23forSlx Month Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHOKE THE DEMOCRAT CALL HO. 183. FRIDAY, JULY 23 AKRON'S FAIR. The plans Tor the great Free Street Fair and Carnival to be Riven by Akron's enterprising merchants and manufacturers on the business streets of the city six weeks hence, are beginning to take definite form. Mr. P. E. Werner, chairman of the Executive Committee, informs the Democrat that Akron people ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 July 1899

l-T0"vT' "7Ftm?e&p$i''c?-z3r--?-- jt-: --- -v " -'iH-isT.r- K U j The Old Soldiers j Story. jf- Y-- T---T-- .v-v- "I do not get a pension," said the vet eran, who had trotted his first heat at Bull Run, breaking into a wild gallop be fore he pasted uuder the 'wire at AVash ington and finally stopped to retire from the turf at Appomattox, "nor do I want one, though I suppose if I -were not in comfortable circumstances I might try for it, and still I had about as much of the scrap as anybody I know of, for I began early and quit late. Luck is with tome people, though, for I came out without a scratch, and I didn't lose a day on account of sickness. But I am flying the track. I think you Raid yon wanted that story about the man who killed himself trying to kill me. "It was in one of those innumerable small fights that wre happening in Vir ginia all the year round aud was so lit tle that it did not even get a name. I . was in au infantry regiment, aud a de tachment of 130 of us had ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 July 1899

-jiscfiFs6w?'V f I w a i j I Will be C&f &r . August 5, i the (&& 1899, li Banner Day finSFS I J IV F r m 4. J 9 -OF OUR- Giganfie Mill Mill End Bargains in eCalicoes. Simpson's black and white also greys, regular price oc. Mill end price 3C 10 yards to a customer. Mill end bargain in ladies' cambric niglit gotin, trimmed in lace and embroidery, were sold for $2 and $3, Saturday morning at 8 o'clock $1.00. One to a customer. Mill end bargain in theliest Lancaster ginghamsjyie gfade you pay Gc for 3c. Mill end bargain in dress plaids, have always been sold for ISJjC, Saturday morning 5c. Mill end bargain in the best organdies, guaranteed fast colors,, same as you pay 15c for 5C. Mill end bargains in men's black and white striped duck working .shirts, 25 dozen left our counters last Saturday, will try to 'double the amount onauu3ay, all39c. Don't Forget Our Sale on Wash Skirts. Another big lot will beJiere by 8 o'clock on Saturday morn- ' iiig. If anything they will be...

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