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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 8 September 1899

"" v "' stvv-v-'pfprr "'f -ft &igfn -V- I .jSW---agM I q$te. Saturday Specials All our colored and -white shirt waists that were sold for 7oc to S2.50. Saturday 50c Special sale on Wrappers A lot of light wrappers, in large sizes only, were 70c Saturday 39c Special sale on White Skirts All our white duck and pique skirts that were sold for SI, 75c Saturday Morning 50c Another lot of pique skirts that were $3 and $3.50 AGED GROOM. His Wedding Announced r For Next Sunday. Saturday $2.00 Wealthy Mt. Vernon Man Will Marry an Akron Lady. On Sunday next E. E. Cunning ham, aged 72, will lead to the altar Mrs. Anna Grimin, aged 39. The groom-elect is of Sit. Vernon; the bride-to-be of Akron. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. J. TV. King at the residence of James E. "Wert, East Akron. only a few friends will be present at the ceremony. The newly-married couple will go at once to Mt. Vernon and begin housekeeping. Mr. Cunningham is a wealthy and highly esteemed citizen of Mt. Ver non...

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. — 9 September 1899

- s-iSV." '! Prescriptions. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Shot Guns, Rifles Powder, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, Fishing Tackle, every thing in SPORTING GOODS af LOWEST PRICES. Geo. S. Dales & Son, Soath $w Dispensed at oar stor will not disappoint the doctor. Ak him about us and by all means follow his advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 122 AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTE1VD3ER i), 1899. PRICE ONE GENT GREAT JOKE Says Col. Sanford Referring to His Part In Campaign Opening. RegretsThatHeWasNot Made "Water Boss." Burdensome Honors Conferred by the Ring. An Independent Republican Senator Alexander's Silence. When the Republican executive committee made Col. H. C. Sanford chairman of the entertainment com mittee for Roosevelt day it no doubt congratulated itself upon its deep sagacity and clever diplomacy. The play was entirely too brazen-faced, however to serve its purpose well. The action was inspired by the Ring, whose members thought something should b...

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. — 9 September 1899

m THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hrtr Fre W. jer Editort and Mmgin. Ed H. Si IO. Ootot, Mgr. AaTertUlng Ptpt rUBLIBHID T THE AKBON DEMOOBJLX COMPANY OFFICX Democrat Block, Nos. IB and U7 Main ft. LOQ DISTAUOT TBOHB WO. President J"aVp1 EDW. BlaSEC JSO.MONAKARA ED.H.DaliAOOURT. Entered at th'e Postoffloe at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Glass Mali Matter.- Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMallSUO - - - HJ3lorBlx Monthn Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. ' SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 lifT-RATTE S(o Tfr I COUNCliB IMPERIALISM AND FRANCE. The monstrous perversion of Jus tice in the Dreyfus case, as? it appears to Americans, is the logical outcome of the "curse of imperialism with which France has struggled for so many years. The dream of empire, the desire of commercial supremacy, the etfort to maintain national prestige at home in competition with the mighty pow ers of Europe have caused the up building of a powerful military arm of the go...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

TO LOAN. $15,500 Real Estate Security, Farias, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $l to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. M.O. IVII Room 47, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. "WANTED Am 25, worth JS0,0U0; -wish to marry honorable gentleman: Induced by successful friend to try this method. Miss ilount, 72 Lex arc, X. Y. C. 1S1-123 FOR SALE No. 124 Bnre St.. 9 room, fur nace, grate, barn and fruit, nlo cottage, Ave rooms, will sell as a whole or separate. For particulars, G. W. Grldley, Central build ing. Tel. 516. 2tf FOR SALE First class boarding house. an rurmstiea ana in gooa condition; niiy steady boarders. I?st location In the city. Good reasons for selling- Address I, box 77, Akron, Ohio. 114 tf FOR SALE Farm of 81 acres. Good buildings, 6 miles west of city on the Smith road. Dr. I J. Bnughman, Montro...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

5" -rr',i': (&&te TY7"! W merits with one of the Leading Fur Houses to give a. first-class Commencing - Sept. 13 to 16 If you are interested in furs, even although vou don't wish to purchase, it will be of in terest to look through this large assortment. In it you will find the low-priced "Coney's" to the lugli-priced "Alaska Seals" and all direct. from the furrier. For Four Acres oi Suitable for residence or gardening purposes, on street railway, near Salt works. Easy Terms Xall on or address Geo. Brodt M. O'Neil & Co. Third Floor. ii HA VE made arrange- Fur Opening $5 in Gold or ; $5.00 IN :; Merchandise; l To the party making the larg- J est retail'purchase for cash at. 1; S our store during the Street !; Fair and Carnival. I J 150-152 South Howard St. j Sac Land Have Y Ask your grocer for it Electric Grip Soap. Does the work quick and clean. Washing and Cleaning Made Easy Don't wait, get it and TRY IT. AKRON SOAP CO., Akron, Ohio. At the Old THE FULTON MARKET, 110 No...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

y -. m nr DAILY DEMOCRAT Harter Fred W. Beyer Editon and Muiigert. Ed H. IJk La Oouct, Mgr. Advertising Dp1 rDBLlBHXD XT rUK SiKUN DEMOOKAX OOMFANT OFFICE Dm:crat Block. Nos. IK and UT Vain ft. LGN DIBTANOB HOK 180. orr:cEES xj-io dixxotoes. raiirnt " Jaxx V. Wzuh V!f-Prfstdmt. ji.i tary ... .A. T. PAI8X . Feed Vf. Gatxx William T. Sawtxr 1 rt-uurar. iCdw R Harti:b. Jso.UoNakaxa Hd H. Dm La Doubt. .-loii-pd r.i the Postofflco at Akron, Ohio, se Brcond-Clua Mall MttUr. j--ivra Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Ey Mall 12.50 - - - IMS for Blx Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 LAKE. Camp meeting near Greentown is still the great attraction. Mogadore bikes second place at present. Irve Richards "'horseless carriage' is .vet a topic of conversation; but wait till he gets the three bronchos in harness who attempted to wreck it, .Lakeites may be pleased to learn that John MePherson has become chief musician o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

I will guarantee that my Rbeumatum Cure will relievo lum bago, sciritica ssd ell rheumatic pains in two or three lioura, end cure in s few dey. TvIUNYO.V. At nil druggigtB, 2Cc. a vial. Guide to Health and medi cal advice free. 1503 Arch t.. Phila. Trrf i ' I ., I -- r- F i H S3 SSI ! !bMyai !H i o inaioc Cattib I at " V "Goodby, Marjoric, ray darling; -write often to your 'boy in blue,' and may beaven bless you for tbe promise you bare given me!" "Goodby, Herbert. I shall pray for your tafety and speedy return. Take care of yourself, for (with drooping lids and an almost inaudible voice) you are my life." Herbert Lord drew the beautiful girl to biin in a closer embrace, and the last moments of their parting, 'though silent, weie full of eloquence. Marjorie had watched her handsome lover as be mounted the bill. When be reached the Mraimit, be turned, and she stretched out both hands to him in mute entieaty for his return; then she sum moned her courage and gayly kissed her band to b...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

TAMED THE JOCKEYS. THE MIDGETS EACH HAD A BAD CASE OF SWELLED HEAD. A. Spnnklns Over n Walter' Knee Cured One, and an Unceremonious Tumble Into the Ocean Took the Insolence Oat of the Other. "It is a notorious fact," said an old horseman, "that successful jockeys are more afflicted with the big head than any other class of midgets you're liable to meet up with. On two occa sions that I recall I've Been American waiters take prominent American jockeys down when the latter have be come insufferable in their conduct., Some years ao an eastern jockey whose fame was spread broadcast throughout the racing world was tak ing dinner with a party of foolishly Idolatrous friends at the Cliff House, outside of San Francisco. The jockey had been riding during the winter rac ing in and around San Francisco, and -on this day he had won the swell event -of the year on a rather no account liorse. Consequently his hat was a whole lot too small for him. "He was au insulting little chap at best, but on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 September 1899

vi -?fe - fJ'y-- -"rs-- 'vpvJ eMii;i..-i-CT-5J-tJ.Ji.MleV-r--irg.'rpJ-! u-lu ii iiiiijiiiiiiiiihi . 111 ' rju I, ' M XWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 'So oV W000001 r 52 5 n so liy ad Men Are Cowards. Co o to o N.O "v n oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooN Hank Moore, n noted Texas ranger, declares that the de.-ieraelo has never lived who was not at some time afraid of some other desperado, and there are hlack spots on the records of them all. He has a wide acquaintance with men of the tripper, and in support of his theory instance- four incidents in the lives of four of the most celebrated killers the Mexican-American frontier has known. Two of those men ncier saw the other two, and yet the story of their defeats Makes a chain. They were connected in a way. and if the spooks of them meet In the half world and compare notes they will hac an interesting time. The four concerned were Clint Haworth, Bill Longley, King Fisher and Manuel Es trada. AU of them d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 September 1899

'?a-5 - f " . TSJ'S'sS p". -- j f "" i Jsr.-o ' " .; r.--? W.f- r!- -t - 'r: ' - wsvwvscsf. 7i?S??fZgj 5 hi AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT Atomizers & .Perfnmes Mothers, Look to Your Children's Eyes While Going to School. Eyes examined FRIZ here by an expert Optician.... B Win ffArtAr OPTICIAH and JTWZLEK . WlilgtriCr, 185 S. Howard it. -AT- STEINBACHER'S, 104 East Market !m. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 123 AXRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. SfcPTEMBER 11. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT .rEt-'U- -a! ?' -,,.gFjc HEAVY CLUB Was Used on Irwin. Struck Heavy Blow at Base of Brain. For Some Time He Was Speechless. Sensational Case at Village of . Myersville. Jealous Husband Made an Assault .on Boarder. Robert Irwin, aged 24 years, a la borer of Myersville Btation, was in the city Monday, making inquiry relative to what punishment the law could inflict on Jeff Straub of the same place, whom he alleges as saulted him Tuesday of last week with intent to kill. Irwin is badly bruised about the head. He claims Straub knock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 September 1899

w. xjs V.r" "V"'i,T7Ev i"" ---V- Sx??5SW?R5?isiSii$: tS-71fe rsi3W5f.''- ?S?SSSRl-CSij.5.'S)sS-.t- " "" 'k-cSStT - --5C3K3- j I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Haritr Fred W. fityer Edilon and Mutgcrs. EDH.SIU Comet, Mgr. Advertising Dp1 rUELISSKS XT THE JLKRON DEMOOKAT COMPANY OFTICX Democrat Block, Nos. US and 117 Ualn iU toxa oistasos thohb ISO. OFTIOEES AUD OIKZOTOKS. President .... , ' J" V. Welsh Vice-President -, A- T. Faigs Bcretary ,, ,Fbed W. Gatkk Treasurer... William T. Sawyrb Kntr. B. Haetih Jo. MoNamara Ed. H. Dm La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Becond-Olase Halt Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 12.50 - - - I1JS for Stz Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY. SEPTEMBEP.il Akkox people will have the oppor tunity of a life time this week to make their city well thought of among its neighbors. The opportunity will not go begging. Just as was expected, Dreyfus has been...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 September 1899

j53rararassaaj5iSE5f??'5s6sa& Sstr s?5!i K"S&'S"e '-. ". :smfT V - j xrt t ' f!vTT7pTrr FOR SALE. WANTED Am 85. worth WX: wMi to rnnrrv nonoraDie gmiemau; muuc w successful friend to try this method. Miss M nnnt. Ti Ix nve.. X. Y. C. 121-1S FOB SALE No. 1X1 lianr su, v room, lur- nace, crate, lwirn nnd mm, him) collage, u w rooms, will sell asnv. hole or separate, tor particulars. G. W. Griilloy, 4s Central Imllu ftig. Tel. 516. 92tf FOB KALE First class boarding hou-.e, all furnished and In good condition; fifty steady boarders. Best location In thecltv. Good reasons for selling- Address I, box i ., IVrnn Ohio. Ill tl rrn OITP T?- -. f CI nivrfta fW bulldlnco, miles west of cltv on the Smith road. Dr. 1 J. Baughman, Montrose. O. FOB SALE A team of horses, one six -rears old. one four years old. Color, dark hays. For particulars call at E. D. Climes one mile south of Northampton or nt Bnb lnson Bros. Sewer Pipe Works. ia-125 FOB SALE New O-room house, in desir able location,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 September 1899

53io3&V?;"vS JV ' '" -"x- " "StI " --t- r".s- y- G&-& -r?f5C5R JSv-iS'-'fefSVigySa f- R- I - r aS- r s TT7E HAVR made arrange-;! I afy ments with one of the ' ' Leading Fur Houses to !; 5 give a first-class J Fur Opening Commencing Sept. 13 to 16 If you are interested in furs, even although you don't wish to purchase, it Avill be of in terest to look through this large assortment. In it you will find the low-priced "Coney's'4 to the -.high-priced ! "Alaska Seals" and all direct ! from the furrier. $5 in Gold or -IN- Merchandise To the party making the larg est retail purchase for cash at. our store during the Street Fair and Carnival. 150-152 South Howard jWe Sell iOnly Thoroughly JGood Shoes Soon the boy or girl will be 3 kicking his or her way to and " from school school shoes we J sell cost from $1 to $1.75 and J in each pair you get relative-J Jly 50 per cent, more than" J you're paying for. o ISMmaker & Co. 121 S. Howard st. aosaeoooeeaaesecasaaoai Bryan & C...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 September 1899

eJZ'Z$!!rz?ia - - J'l -V-J Shot Guns, Rifles AKRON DAIL DEMOCRAT Prescriptions. Powder. Shot, Shells. Cartridges, Revolvers. Fishing Tackle, every thins in SPORTING GOODS at LOWEST PRICES Dispensed at oar itora will not disappoint the doctor. Ask him about us and by all means follow his advice. HARPER'S Arcade Drug Store. Geo. S. Dales & Son, 22 South Wiln St. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 124 AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. ShPTEMBER 12. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT FOREMOST All Cordially Invited WILL IT PAY? vv: This is.... 1 Y ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Of ft how we svs&cs:- VISIT In Minds of People Is Carter's Method Fair Week FROG IVI. O'IMEIL. St CO Akron Free Street Fair and Carvival. Thinking and Talking of Nothing Else. The City Will be. Crowded With Visitors. Glimpse into Room Show. For Big Baby Theone thing foremost in the minds of Akron people today is the Free Carnival aud Street Fair which be gins Wednesday at noou. They think and talk of nothing else. The concluding touches to a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 September 1899

. JSS i--'- ."- r, . -. -v .ua imTwh r'gS!?S5? I ,, .a. &QQfy$$999W&irWZrW-Ttrvy- .2v ' THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hsrter Frei W. 8yer Editors and Mancgirs. Ed K. Db la. Oouut. Mgr. AdTcrtUlnt lept vtTJIT.TflHKD XT XHK AKEON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICX Democrat Block, Nob. 18S inU UJ "' LOriS dusxajux -.. ' omens and diksctoe. PrHaWlent Vice-President.. Secretary . Treasurer.. . -Edw. B. Hartek... jauii V. Wmh A. T. PA Ifi C "1Fked W.Gaykr "'vilt.:am T. sawybi: .JMO. acftaK-' SPEED Of Akron Street Cars ED. HVD" It. COUKT. Kntered at the Postofflce at Akron, Oblo, 6 E rea Second-Class MaU Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK Hv Mail 13.60 - - - HJSIorBU Month Restricted to Twelve Miles an Hour. Official Paper of She City of Akron. Tn tfi rsHOfJE THE DEMOCRAT CALL ? KO. ISO. An Ordinance Passed Monday Night. Arc You Neglecting Your Eyes? Don't do it. Have them examined by Dr. Finch, Oculist:, Everett Building Hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p.m. s ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 September 1899

-t '. J-- At U Onislltl, 25c aofl mrfllcal adrlce frv. I Kill goannte that icr Kidney Car Trill euro MJ r cent. CI sll fonnj of kidney complaint awl la miinr luctancei tb mest werioua foraj of Bright' dlfea-e. If the disease 1 com plicated send a fonr ounce Tlsl of urine. TVe will tuBljze It end tdvis-e jou tre wl at U do. I4UNTOX. riel. Gdde to Hrsltt 1508 Arch ft . Pbtls. THE E0EK3 EXCITED. An-xiliits the Airiinl r tin- llrci.lon of i:i- RrllMi ( jlilnil Actiritj- In KiilrWi(l. PiiEinniA, Sept. 12. Excitement pre vailed here landing the arrival of the the decision of the British cabinet. Lo.vmtx, Sept. 12. The activity in the war aud admiralty offices continned, though there was nothing new regard ing the Transvaal situation. Rousiit lj-Wlieelilicuml Uik- Erie. Cjxvr.LAXi), Sept. 12. The Cleveland Belt and Terminal railway was pur-cha.'-ed by the Wheeling aud Lake Erie railway. Grocers arc just as good bankers for Us as anybody the money-back ioap is Fels- v- 01" Vhuadr ! mBn ThsG...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 September 1899

'e K J"-"!" "- d$&te TT7E HAVE made arrange- VV ments with one of the " ' Leading Fur Houses to give a first-class Fur Opening Commencing Sept. 13 to 16 If vou are interested in furs, even although vou don't wish to purchase, it will be of in terest to look through this large assortment. In it you will find the low-priced "Coney's" to the high-priced "Alaska Seals" and all direct from the furrier. $5 in Gold . OR $5.00 IN Merchandise To the party making the larg est retairpurchase for cash at. our store during the Street Fair and Carnival. 150-152 South Howard St. S. & O.'s POINTERS Meat Barons are piping higher prices anil expecting the weary pub lic to dunce to their higher notes. J.et them pipe and do their own lancing, Buy 10Jbs. fresh rolled oats for 23c. JK Uw. head rice for 25c. Tibs. Afariho for 25c. 8 lbs. cracked wheat for 2c. S lbs. pearl barley for 25c. Eut cereals and puncture the meat boom bubble. Schumacher Gammeter 164 S. Howard St. I I NATURAL. GAS In Stoves...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 September 1899

OCRA Mothers, Look to Your Children's Eyes While Goin? to School. Eyes examined FREE here by art expert Optician.... BWino-prtPr OPTICIAH and JEWELER . WlllgCriCr, 185 S. Howard St. Atomizers Perfumes -AT- STfclNBACHER'S, Et I.Tariet Stre,, AKRON DAILi JJJjjIVI VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 125 AKRON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 13, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT RM.ltlllli"WWUl CONSPIRACY. Attorney T. L. Childs Alleges There is One. All Cordially Invited VISIT Heirs Cannot Agree on an Executor Late Court House News. In a statement made to a Demo crat reporter Wednesday in refer ence to the Loomis-Palmer ca-e, Attorney T. L. Child', said that a conspiracy had been formed against him, and that all the litigation which had followed his professional connection with the action was the result of it. He said that he was making a care ful investigation and that he intend ed to go to the bottom of the affair. He gained hi- first point Tuesday when both demurrers to the Looinis petition were sustained b...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 September 1899

. . jywno-Wf ; THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fre W. Gajer Editor and Waniger. Ed H. Da la. Oouki, Mgr. Advertising lpt FUBLIBHBD BT THE AKBON DEMOCRJLX OOMFANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nob. 1S and 187 MaJn tt U1XO DIBTASOB MOMI 1. orrlOEKS ASS DIKXCTOB. Presldtnt JAiai V. Wki.sh vir.i.Prldat , A. T. FAic.K Secretary ?iawft Ga yen Treasurer WiiiiAM T. Sawvei Edw 8. Hahter Jo. McNamaba KD. H. DB IiA OOUET. Entered at the Pontoffloe at Akron. Ohio. ! Second-Class Mall Mfatter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Bo 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 12.50 - - - IL for Sir Jlonthe Official Paper of ifie City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL 80. 130. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 You will find tho program for the Fair in the Dbjiocbat every day. The opening evening- of the Free Carnival and Street Fair will be very attractive to Akron people. "No citi zen of Akron -will nnss tins evening s entertainment. How do you like the appearance of the Dejioobat today? If there's anything you want to know a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 September 1899

IUMMM FOR SALE. FOR SALE No. 121 Bare st., P room, fur nnce, grate, barn and fruit, alto cottage, Ave rooms, will sell asu whole or wiparato. For particulars, G. V. Grldicy, 4S Central build ing. Tel. 518. 82tf FOIl SALE Fln-t class boarding house, all furnished and In good condition; fifty i-teadj- boarders. Be-t location lu the city. Good reasons for telling- Address I, box 77, Akron, Ohio. lHtf FOK SALE Farm of fll acres. Good buildings, 6 miles west of city on the Smith road. Dr. I J. Baughmau, Montrose. O. 115-IK5 FOK SALE Cheap, saddle and bridle, only used a few times. Room 21, Akron Savings Bank building, 121-126 FOR SALE A team of horses, one six years old, one four years old. Color, dark bays. For particulars call at E. D. Climes' one mile south of Northampton or at Rob inson Bros. Sewer Pipe "Works. 123-125 FOR SALE New 9-rooin house. In desir able location, with bath and other conven iences. For a well-built, nicely arranged house at a moderate price. Investigate this Im...

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