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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 July 1899

--- i. V THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hartor Fred W. Gayer Editors and Msntger. Ed H. Db La Ooukt, Mgr. XdTsrUilne Dept PUBLISHED BT THK AKRON DEMOCRAT OQMPANT OKVIOE Democrat Block, No:. US and U7 Main t, IXJNO DISTANCE TKOITZ WO. OFriCZKS AND DIBICTOB8. President jaitt v. Wej-sh Vlrp-Pnl(1nt A. T. PAIGE Secretary Fbxd W. Gateb Treasurer.... William T. Sawyer Edw.S. Haktxr Jko. MoNamara Ed. H. Db La Ooukt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Hail Matter. Delivered Kvery Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Moll J2.50 - - - (LKxorSlx Hunthe Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, JULY 28 REPARTEE. ome Polite Rejoinder Fonnd In the Vnnkert Slntenmnn. Mrs. Crimsonbeak Glass doors arc placed in some of the new cooking stoves to enable tlie cook to watch the food In tbe oven without opening the door. Mr. Crimsonbeak It ought to make tbe bi iad lighter. She- I'm going to sing at the concert tonight. He Oh, I'm so glad! ...

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. — 28 July 1899

-; -TZT TT I? FOR SALE. FOR SALE Fine family mare, 12 years old; color nice bay. Good style life and notion. Weight 1,100 pounds. For full par ticulars call at Democrat office. 81tf FOR SALE Old building material In good condition. Lumber, timbers and kindling wood at Akron Rolling Mill Co.'s old plant. Must be sold at once. Apply at EMMERMAX BROS- S3-HS 609-813 South Broadway. FORSALE No 122-121 Bare St., barn, well, cistern, two good houses at a great bargain ; two 6-room houses on Bare St., only??00 each; three lots at n bargain; new house on Raymond st., with furnace, only 1.100; new house on Snyder st., only $1,0(0; Xo. 115 Kilns st. at a sacrifice; bargains in all parts of thecity. Call and see thorn. Money loaned. Tel. 516. G. TV. GKIMjEY.43 Central Bidg. Restaurant for Sale. Good restaurant well located, doing good business, for sale cheap If sold at once. Good reason for selling. O. H. Jones, US E. Exchange st. Furnished Rooms for Rent. Good furnished rooms, with modern con...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

IttiSs8-?- r- -r- -w-jsa3t; 'a " r?a -vt Prescriptions. Dispensed at oar etor irlll not disappoint the doctor. Ask him about os and by all means follow his advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 8(5 END IS NEAR. Signs Indicate It Says Preacher of Seventh Day Adventists. Many Believers Have Assembled In Tents. State Convention of Church at Randolph Park. More Than 1000 Delegates Attend Meeting. Will The Seventh-Day Adventists are erecting quite a little city at Ran dolph park, On the northern part of the grounds more than 120 tents for household purposes have been pitched, besides restaurant tents, a grocery tent and large auditorium tents for preaching services. Quite a number of the Adventists are already at the park. They come from all over the stale. Services proper will commence August 3 when it is thought about 1,000 of the Feet Trill be at the park. The services will continue for 10 days. About 20 Adventist ministers will be present to conduct services and pe...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

fc IP THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Barter Frei W. Gtyer Editors end Keiugera. EdH.Di li. Ooubt, Hgr. Advertlilnj Dpt PUBLISHES BT THE AKBON DEMOOBA.T OOMPANT office Democrat Block, Nos. IS nd 187 Main t. LOSQ DISTANCE PHON 1BO. orrioKRS AMD directors. President J AMIS V.WIUB Vice-President A-T. Paige Secretary .... J"t" " y?S Treasurer WaLUJiT.BAWTM EDW. 8. HAMWt JSO. MoNAMABA Ed. H. Dh La Ooubt. Enwred at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, at Second-Class Mall Matter. DelKered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMalU2.60 - - - fUU lor Blx Months Official Paper of tho City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 1ED. SATURDAY, JULY 29 rvwrwov win iio n rrrfiiit, demonstra- tion at Detroit in honor of the home coming of Secretary Alger, Michigan's discredited hero. It is safe to predict that Senator McMil lan will not bo chairman of the reception committee. The Democrat congratulates Postmaster L. S. Ebright and his official family upon getting into their now home, erected b...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

27,875 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 Mongage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. H. Room 4T, Central Building. (Old FOR SALE. FOB BALE Fine family more. 12 years old; color nice bay. Good Hyle- life and -Mnn. Welebt 1.100 pound-. For full par- ticulars call at Democrat oiflce. 81tf FOB SALEOld building material In good condition. Lumber, timbers and kindling wood nt Akron HolIIng MillCo.'s old plant. Must be sold at once. Apply ai EJIMEIUIAS BKOS., 83-89 S00-813 South Broadway. FOR SALE N"o 123-124 Bare St., barn, well, cistern, two good houses at a great bargain; two 6-room houses on Bare St., only 1900 each; three lots at a bargain; new house on Bnymond st., with furnace, only 11,400; new house on Snyder nt.. only J1,000; No. 113 KUng st. at a sacrifice; bargains In all parts of the city. C...

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

tkfxgQir?igtgzvx i; Our Gigantic 'Hi I nr ('n n I! 1 1 L ill UUIU Is the Talk of the Town All day long our counters are lined with customers laying in a supply of mill ends at such bargain prices as ever were on counters. Monday's sale will be mill ends of Bed Spreads Mill End Price 50c Will buy a full size 10-4 white spread, regular 75c grade. Mill End Price 65c Will buy a full size 10-4 spread, the kind you pay 85c for. Mill End Price T5c Will buy a full size 11-4 spread, the kind you pay $1.00 for. Mill End Price 89c Will buy a full size 11-4 spread, marseilles pattern, tho grade you pay $1.25 for. i Mill End Price $1.00 , Here is a spread that will aston- ish you, nothing like it has been J shown before and only will be at J a mill end sale. Mill End Price $1.75 This spread has always been sold for $2.50 but mill end sales mean bargains here is one. Mill End Price $3.50 These are $5 goods got here for our mill end sale. These goods nrfl not altocether nerfect. but when you see t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

1-? jit v-t y - q&l?, -- THE DAILY . DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editon and Manxjert. Ed B. Db Li. Coukt, Mgr. Advertising Dep't PUBI.ISHEr BT AKRON DKMOOKAT OOMPAST THE OFKIOK Democrat Block, Nos. 1E3 and 187 Main n. LOSS DISTANCE rHOITX ISO. orricciui and bisectors. President . Jakes V. Wkiii Vlc6-President. A. T. I'aigi Secretary Vom w'.QAvr.K Treasurer... wn.iiAK T. Bawtsr KDT.B. HARTER.... Jwo. MoNahara Kd. II. Dk La Court. Kntered at the PoMoiHce At Akron, Ohio, tie Heconcl-Olft."'' Mai! Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Buv 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMalH2.S0 - - - JlJaXorSlx Month- Official Paper of the City of Akron. VO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL HO. 180. FRIDAY, JULY 28 BRIMFIELD. Elijah Swartwout of Northampton spent Sunday with Mrs. Elizabeth Swartwout. John Kneifel of Akron, and Fred Kneifel of Barberton, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kneifel. Miss Lulu Bard of Kent, visited relatives in town the past week. Mrs.Davisof Ironwood, Mich.,w...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

-.;-ascs5---' -' 7kL&fiMT' REMjm?) J-Vrf A When a man loses his vitality. I V either through overwork or youthful Indiscretions, he is robbed "of all Interest in things, anil soon be comes as lifeless mentally as he is physically. If you have been addict ed to youthful follies which are telling on you, your only protection Is to properly reat yourself before It Is too late. BAK-BEX Is curing thousands easily, quickly. The most com plicated an J aggravated of cases In both men and women, heretofore considered Incurable, yield al most instantly to the wonderful curative properties of this great remedy. BAR-BEN creates solid flesh, muscle and STKEJiCTH, clears the brain, makes the Wool pure and rich, nnd causes a general feeling of health, power and renewed vitality, while the generative organs are helped to regain theirnormal powers, and the sufferer is quickly made conscious of direct benefit One box will work wonders, six should perfect a cure. 60 cts. A IiriXi 6 Iwxes, K.M. For...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

iMim f - ii w iii wtmnimm Mi3mi Zigk vln ! jfiwhS WJE52WlmTracfll jL U VICTOR ROFFEE IS JUSTLY POPULAR Because its Past Reputation is sus tained by its present uniform HIGH QUALITY! No Better Coffee on the Market for the Price. Luxury and Economy. BEST GBOCKSS HAVE IT. SHAPLEIGH COFFEE CO., Boston, Mass. HE'S WISE NOW. Declares That So Girl Cnn Vac Tllm For a Drny. "i'ou don't catch me ever doing any thing for any girl again as long as I live," said the young man with the polka dot band on his hat "No, siree. I was an easy mark once, but I've got wise to myself now. "Jliss Peach went to Cape May last Thursday, and when I heard 6he was going I had to break in and ask If I might come up and carry her bag to the train. I was bound to make a grand stand play with her, you under stand. She said I might, and you couldn't have held me. I was up at her house before the doors were open, and there she was with a bag the size of a trunk, all knobby and lumpy on the outside from the things she'...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 July 1899

f--r"ri -1iV . 2fg&&&f" 9009S999999 ' : SULU'S FOXY SULTAN J 9 A Savage Monarch Who Prefers the Friendship to the Enmity of the United States Autocrat of a Strange People. 993QS9$$Q90 9 Jt o 93Qcscaeoeao The sultan of Sulu a short time ngo was about to declare war upon the Unit ed States. Spain had evacuated all the Philippines, but the sultan seemed to have an objection to a protectorate under Uncle Sam. Subsequently, however, the savage monarch concluded that he would rather have the friendship than the en mity of the United States. The gunboat Bennington took Professor Schurman to the Sulu group, and the sight of Ameri can guns probably had a pacifying effect. Professor Schurman enjoyed an hour's FCMALE GLADIATORS FIGHTING BEFORE THE Sl'LTAN OF SULU. conference with the sultnn of Sulu him self, says the New York Ilerald, and he informed the lrjnarch that the United States had acquired the sovereignty of the Philippines from Spain, but that this country did not desire ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 July 1899

agfly: y wr--- .gay.tS3f J -'VTCP3('K''rj3fr " - - -if. -i v."5.-- --riy .M""--'-- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Insist upon having tn: ...BREAD... With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It is THE BEST... Atomizers f1ne Perfiimes AT STEINBACHER'S, East Market Street. VOLUME EIGHT. NUAtBER 87 AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 3J, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT S.'- '34 rV DOORS Thrown Open Sunday. To Akron's New Post Office Building. Change From Old Quarters Made Saturday. Original Bill Hon. D. introduced R. Paige. by He Was Father of the History. Measure Business was transacted for the first time in the new Post Office building Sunday morning. The change from the old quarters to the new was made Saturday night. Everything was ready for the ac comodation of the public when the doors were thrown open. The in terior arrangements and finish were the cause of words of general ap proval. The building has been thoroughly described several times heretofore. Hon. David R. Paige was the father of the bill which gave Akron...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 July 1899

-- " -j;,v. -yf -sc- - frf-3j(!s3ag5j--- 'C...'.-.. TliE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Ediion and Manager. Ed H. Di La. Doubt, Mgr. Advertlslnf Dept FUBI.ISHZO XT THK AKKCN DEMOCRAT COMPANY OPPICX Democrat Block, Nos. 1S5 and 1ST Main at LOSO DISTAUO PHOKK 180. OrriOICJI JOfD DIRECTORS. President J amis V. Vf.ik Vice-President A?,T-,A",F Secretary Fbf.d w- Uavek Treasurer '. " William T. Sa wyri: Kdt.B, Hartth Jso.MoNajiaba Ed. H. Da It. Oodut. iSnter& it the PodUifflce at Akron, Utile, an Becond-CIexs Mall Mattr. P-llvenxl Every Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK Hy MbII J2.60 - - - J1.83 for Sir Mo-tlih Official Papsr of iba City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL KO. 180. MONDAY, JULY 31 The canvass for the Republican nomination for Representative is attended by as much haimony as usual. The friends of Col. H. G. Sanford are claiming that Prof. C. F. Seese, the Machine's favorite candi date, might as v.-ell retire from the xace if the story is true that...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 July 1899

t?5SFseWr"K'5 1- i FOR SALE. FOK SALE Fine family mare, 12 J ears old; color nice bay. Good style life and fiction. Weight 1,100 pound. For full par ticulars call at Democrat otllce. hltf FOR 8ALK )lil buildlnu mutcrlal In good condition. Lumber, timbers and kindling wood ut Akron Hulling .MlllCo.'s old plant. Mint be sold ut once. Apply ct EMMBP.MAS BKOS.. S8-S 809-S1S .South Broadway. FOUSvVLE No 123-11 Barest., bnrn, -well, cistern", two good houses at :i reut tmrgaln; two C-roOin hoUAes on Bale t . only JEW ei-ch; three lots at a bargain; new bouse on Raymond kU with furnace, only Jl,u0;new house in Snvd-T St.. only tl.O""'; No. lUi KlinB st. at a sacrifice; bargulns in all partu of Illicit. Call und see thcra. Honey loaned. Te!.5I. G. V. GRII1LEY, IS Central BIdg. Restaurant fcr Sale. Good restaurant well located, doing good buines. for sale cheap If sold ntonce. Good reason for selling. C. H. Jones IIS L. Exchange st. Frrrlthf d Booms for Rent. Good furnished Muiusvltb rjixler...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 31 July 1899

-T'ls-.fc jff'5"r'V- l 1 f Last Week Of the genuine copyrighted 1TI u Greater bargains than ever will be on our coun ters this veek: Mill End Price fc I 36-in. dark percales, the extra ' quality, all good patterns, regular Mill End Price 3gc The best Lancaster apron ging hams, all different plaids, regular 6c quality. Mill End Price 5c Fancy dress plaids, suitable for children's dresses or wrappers, regular 12Xc quality. Mill End Price lOc The best fancy striped feather ticking, we have lots of it on the piece 15c. Mill End Price 5c 36-in. bleached duck, best grade, will make splendid aprons, regu lar price 12kc. Mill End Price 10c "White dress goods, composed of mill ends of lawns, P.K.'s fancy P.K.'s and different weaves of white goods, regular price 25c. Mill End Price Sc Wash goods, organdies, cotelle cloth, madras, ginghams, etc., all goods were sold from 12J to 25c. Mill End Price $1.00 Ladies night gowns, made of the best cambric, trimmed in lace and embroidery, same as you p...

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

'; -u?r Jgr.i wCwJaBf-te I I 1 111 r u v i IN. IE II i Mi II i !! in ? t I i it Prescriptions... Dispensed at our stor Trill not disappoint the doctor. Ask him about us and by all means follow bis advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 88 BOLD THIEF Robbed Ajged Woman. Her Pocket Picked In Broad Daylight. Was Followed Into Home of a Friend And Forced Against the Hall way Wall. Police Attempting to Locate Guilty Parties. A. very bold job of pocket picking was done on South Broadway Mon day about noon. Complaint was made to the police, but as yet the crook has not been apprehended. It is thought that ho left the city short ly after committing the deed. Mrs. Orilla Allshouse, who of late has been residing at 402 South High st., started shortly beforo 12 o'clock noon (Monday) to go to the residence of Hamilton M. Lambright, 170 S. Broadway to s-i-e Mrs. Lainbright in reference to a dress which was being made for her (Mrs. Allshouse.) Passingby Grace Reformed church Hhe...

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

aKa&satSaei 5? '-'--T3!pa THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Htnsgort. Kd H. Db la. Codbt, Slgr. JLdTertlilng Dept FUELianiD BT THE AKRON DK1IOOBAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, 2os. 185 nnd 187 ilnln :. LOMG DISTA3CE PHONE 100. OFFICERS AND DIHKOTOIUJ. I'rishlent , JAMMV.Wr.sMi Vlce-Pre8idut -. A;J-AA,ar Socrotnry Fbed W.GAYtn Treasurer "ZnrTTZ'ff'liiTAii T. 8 wren Knw. S. Hahtzu Jno. MoNam ar Kd. II. De La Court. Kntared nt the Fostofflce at Akrou, Oliiu. a SHCond-Class Moll Matter. neltvered KTery Kvenlng by Carrier lioj 5 CENTS A WEEK HvMallKO - - - 11.23 for Six Month- Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEFHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL HO. ISO. TUESDAY, AtJGUST 1 $SS&5&"&5-,' I OFFICIAL CALL I For the Summit County 1 Democratic Con-i- vention. $&&&s&&&$&&&$&&&&&&4 The Democratic convention of Summit county will be held nt the court house In Akron on Saturday, the 26th day of Au...

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

&Ty -,'-?- XLSff'if ' g3gtftSS3aSgaMg .V v Ca airaaMMapM HUHYOH'S GUARANTEE. CtrBE Aoertlon as to Jnt Trial tko Uemedlea "Will Do. Mssjec curtate that bl BiieumiUrai Cere will cure netrlr U eaten of Throat tttn ta a few bout; that his DjEpepsU Oira Ml eute lodiicstlOT and ell stomach troubles: that his KiiatT Cure Trill cure SO per ctnt. ct all cases of Udner txcubla: that his Ca tarrh Cure will r catarrh r matter how lens stasdlcff: fist tin Hes&cbe Cun trill curs asy hind of bracaclie lii a few minutes; that h! Co'i C:r c!U quickly lr.t cp aoy fern et cell and on tlirouh the Ure lift c trmedles. At all imcelst. IS c t i vlsl If jxa need medical adrlce vi'w ior. Hz?o UCS Areh at Phtla. It !s toi ' - trv I .Meiubci nf Outius I'arlr Died. Chic yo. Aug. i.Mr. W. S. Pen dlctoii, a munbsrof tho Brooklyn Rigle nntiii.c party, died suddenly-iu thL; city. I he became ill ou the train near Min-neaiolt-. while tin her way homeward from Yellowstone park. Ilcwcy to Sail Tmlay. Trieste....

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

94cS5agS iiZAeZir- tt- -r . - jWt',,,."rr r h THE GIGANTIC &ju Yt 1 rf A ' f If I ! ; II 1111 Jul U Uulv i Grows Larger Every Day. All our Mill Ends must be out by Saturday Night. If you study ; economy in buying attend this ; sale and you will find out what ' economy means. 3 DAY RECORD BREAKER IN WHITE. P. K. AND DUCK SKIRT SElllNG. Mill End Price 75c White P. K. skirts, all leiifrtlis and sizes, no poor workmanship or sweatshop work, hut weil mnuc good outing sKirts, regular price Mill End Price 90c White P. K. skirts, extra good quality, the same as you pay $1.50 to $1.75 for Mill End Price $1.10 White P. K. and duck skirts, trimmed in blue, with lace edging, regular price ?2.00, Mill End Price $1.50 White welt skirts, also P. K., trimmed with insertion, same as you paid ?2.o0 for. Mill End Price $1.75 Plain white P. Iv. skirts made of the best quality; we sold them at S3.00 this season. Mill End Price $3.00 White P. K. skirts, trimmed with applique, regular price was $5.00 ...

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

HBB 1 "" x. rO idpanttv-tht-cFSf Pt?W"WSfBW5i U"Jf"jUMjMf-ij ... .mi,! I'jsrspgfs AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Atomizers Perfumes Insist upon laving .h? FINE -AT- With the AKRON BAKERY TAG. It iT THE BEST-. STEINBACHER'S, jut Market Street. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 89 AKRON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1899. PRICE ONE GENT BOLTED REVISION MARRIED. ADJUSTED. Special Sale AKRON FREE CARNIVAL Mr. Schumacherand Miss Mary Zipperline. ...RIBBONS anlSTREET FAIR At Spring Election. Of School Districts. Election Was Illegal 15-gppww Col. Henry C.Sanford Has Something to Say In Reference to Prof. Seese's Loyalty To Hanna. Dick and the Republican Party. Why Third Ward Statesman Believes He Will Win. Ther is much bitterness of feeling already hi evidence in the race for the Republican nomination as Rep resentative. Col. H. C. Sanford, who is not backed by the Machine, -and who seems to be glad of it, questions the loyalty of Prof. C. F. Seese, the as pirant for the honor, favored by Col. Dick and h...

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

- &? injaMW''? ,,-we i''"Y5 VZf-r - -fitxw-i THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gyer Editors and Managers. KdH. D LaOoukt, Mgr. Advertising Dept FUBL.1SHKD XT THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY ornox Democrat Block, Nos. 1S and 1S7 Main st IXIICO DI8TAN0B PHomC ISO. OFTICEBB ASD DIKEOTOBS. Ur-lrlont JAKIS V. WSLSH Vlr.B-PresIdent A. T. PAIR Hfcretary . 7., Feed W.Gayk-k treasurer Wiixiajj T. BAwrvrp Bdw. B. Haute h Jso. MoKamaka Kd. H. De La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by OarrtOT Bo 5 CENTS A WEEK 3y Mall 12.50 - - - J1.23 for Six Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEFHOHE THE DEMOCRAT CALL HO. 130. -WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 SS&3xS4xsSS'83$S,8 ! OFFICIAL CALL For the Summit County Democratic Con- I vention. The Democratic convention of Summit county will be held nt the court house In Akron on Saturday, the 26th day of August, 1899, at 10 a.m., for the purpose of nominating the following county of...

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