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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 September 1899

tyr5tTJ71fp1r'J 3tfyrsf.y" , nvi l $i I nrlprwpnr s !; U UU1 I! UUI i: and I lil LAST LINKS. PASSED CIGARS Lay in your stock of winter goods now. uon't put ott till our well selected stock is broken up. Prices will be higher for our next delivery. $1.25 Men's double breasted under shirts in camels hair, a good gar ment for warding off colds $1.00 Gent's camel hair and Shetland grey underwear, nice and soft 7Sc fQerit's camel hair and Shetland grey underwear. This garment is one 01 our leaaers. $1.00 Gent's scarlet underwear, fast colors, strictly all wool, no better garment can be had for the monev Hosiery 10c Children's fast black hose, double knee, will wear like leather. 12JC, 15c Misses' lisle thread hose, double knee, high spliced heel, fast black. IOC Ladies' black hose, seamless, the best stocking in the city for the money. 12ic iiaaies' DiacK nose, white maco foot, none better for the money. 150-152 South Howard St. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED Girl to do general housework. ...

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. — 27 September 1899

V AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Atomizers gk Peritanes BE WISE-SET MAKHIED. Our Use of EH GAGEMEirTEDfGS It complete, mounted tni nn moojitti DIamoadj, solil cold riar. bill rounj, gsirter round ml lilt. AU lre, all prlcei. Eepalr work ziren prompt and expert attention. BVtintTAi-fAr JKWiXZR and OPTICIAH WinSCIlCr, itsSontn Howard itreet. HHE -AT- STEINBACHER S iut Market stn. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER .137 AKRON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. ShPTEMRER 27, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT AT LAST School Board Acts In the Matter of Selecting Text Books. Werner Books, Union Made, Turned Down. Chairman Frese, of the Text Books Committee, Made Bitter Personal Attack Upon Superintendent. The Committee on Text Books of the Board of Education made a recom mendation to the Board of Education last night which amounts to a turn down for the Werner company's books. Two weeKS ago last night Fred G. Frese, chairman of the Test Books committee was critized by Supt. B. S. Thomas for not reporting to the board a recommendation...

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. — 27 September 1899

ver THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ej II. De La Coukt, Mgr. Advertising Dep't THE puntisnED bt AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY oFricc Democrat Block, Xos. 1S3 and 137 Main st. LONG DIhTASOK PHONE 190. OFFICERS AND DIREOTOB8. President . Vice-President.. secretary . ..James V. "Welsh A. T.Paige Fhed W. Gayek Treasurer William T. Bawtek Edw.B. Hartek, JSO.MONAMAKA Ed. H. De La Court. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall $2.50 - - - 11.25 for Six Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 M M f . t H- Dearly Boaght Colonial Trade. X X t t -f The sessions of the Board of Edu cation are increasing in interest. "Both parties are opposed to trusts," said Judge Nash at Grace park last Saturday, "but the Repub lican party has the advantage, inas much as it was a Republican attor ney general who made dili...

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. — 27 September 1899

y .---, . - .--s: mm-a ,"' JMi -t j,:.;,' K K FOR SALE. FOK SALE No. 121 Bare sU, room, f ur nace, grate, barn and fruit, also cottage, five rooms, will sell as a whole or separate. For particulars, G. AV. Gridley, 43 Central build ing. Tel. 516. KU FOR SALE Saerlficu hand laundry, complete with supplies; reason other busi ness. Call 118 Ros well st.. East -Akron. 132-137 FOR SALE First class boarding house, all furnished and In good condition; fifty steady boarders. Best 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 went of citv on the Smith road. Dr. 1 J. Baughmnn, Montrose. O. 11S-185 FOR BALE Look at 201 S. Wilbelm St.. near Crozier, if you want a home cheap. First-class five room house with closets, slate roof, almost new and newly painted, 1825 If sold soon. Call on or address Clara A. Lowrey, Tnllmadge, O. 129-153 FOR SALE Business property and two dwellings. S. Main st.: store room wi...

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

- -i -V p Rr Si? I'A f s K w (&i& NewDress Goods and Silks The Reason Why You And our drees goods counter so busy IS BECAUSE we are showing such a big line of the finest productions of forefgD and domestic looms, and at prices' that you never heard of before. Black Crepons 42-in. black crepons, blistered effects in silk and also mohair $2.50 a yard. A big variety to choose from in onr $2 grade of mohair crepons. Have you seen our black crepon at $1.50? 'We back it up to be the best value ever shown. Our popular "crepons at $1 and 85c a yard are wonders. They will surprise you. Something not to be had every da is our 46-in. black crepons at 75c a yard. Black Camels Hair' Dress Goods 54-in. black camels hair, strict ly all wool, extra weight, will stand'hard tear and wear at $1.39 a yard. - 52-in. black camels hair at our popular nrice of $1 and 75c are splendid investments in the dress goods line. Storm Serges 02-in. shrunk and sponged storm serge or suits or skirts, nothing ...

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

NjtS'' v- n--,- -v "CilTV- 5 AKRON OCRAT Atomizers & Perfomes BE VTISE-CET MAXRIED. Onr line of 11 GAGEKEST RUGS li complete, mounted n4 un mounted DiamonCi. lalil coll rises, nail roand, qnarter roand and flit. All sizes, til prices. Sepalr work elves prompt and expert attention. BWinimrffr jeweler and ofticiah . WlUgCllCl, i8S eonth Howard street. -AT- STEINBACHER S, zMt Mari Sin, VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 139 AKRON, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT iCk.. "" DEM JLJjljlIJLj jl BAG OF GOLD Offered .For Stocks. Placed $40,000 Before the Cole Brothers And Asked Them to Make the Transfer. They Refused and an Action Was Commenced. Young Woman Insane Entries I Court News. - A bag containing more than $40,000 in gold was placed before Dr. A. M. and H. "YV. Cole Thursday. It -was offered to them by John W. Miller as payment for 288 shares of stock in the Sta." Drilling Machine Co. of this city. The Coles refuse to transfer the stock for the coin. Mr. Miller is gener...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 September 1899

- .--.,- i-V ""ry,t,33cVPvi V I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. De La. Couet, Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKHOK DEMOCRAT COMPANY OKKICE Democrat Block, Xos. 185 and 137 Main xt. LOSS DISTANCE PHOSE ISO. OFFICERS A'D DIBEOTOBS. President , Jakes V. Wilmi Vice-President A.T. Pawe Secretary Fbed W. Gayei. Treasurer.. William T. Sawteu Enw.B. Harter Jso.MoNamaka Eli. U.DeLa Coubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio. :i.-Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Buy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMaUJ2J0 - - - JLSforSlx Month!- Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d gfTRgrSrtjCig Gov. JRoobevelt's campaign for the Presidency has been opened all right. But where does Judge tNaBh come in? "The trusts have come to"6tay," is the clad cry -which Mr. Hanna's leading newspapers are taking up More trusts, more campaign funds for the party which champions their cause. . The...

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

-j--:si;i;--.-irV' ' J-J-?3eS"ee 2- &a-?t?i'Z" "J-K""'j1-r,"raa"' '' .r "'-.- --2-,-"- ' yrV!rrRpirynr. wa8'" T.'Jf ta,,wrwwy-'lga3;''rr MjftWr iHigF-T-"-ggj rT"i r irimgiiTfiT7rri r mi iMiadMMua -aaMMteriiTHijigfci iwrlT wTligrTiIln iwinl i tliMi.lirtrtT 'iwniw fcvnil TH'im ? Mawac oi tirMrt-rwrawirnMiiirt - ' .-- K I f ' ( i V s- Prepare For Winter Buy your Shoes, Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Felt Boots and Shoes now before the advarice in price" On all leather goods. Our Footwear is of the reliable kind that keeps out the cold and dampness. In prices we can't be beat, you will save a considerable amount if you buy your Winter Shoes here. Headquarters for School Shoes, the kind that wear well and look well. E. F. SAUVAIN, s. L?n st. WORK Of Officer Washer Startling Values -IN- Men's & Boys' Fall Suits and Overcoats A-fc No. I . Howard st. WHY THE Akron Clothing Co.'s PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Don't buy your clothing until you have seen the largest values in the city. A magnifioent s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 September 1899

- , - - '"'jfjpy ,f if r t? ($&ti& m m Never iu tlie history of the Bos ton Store have we been so well stocked with Mich a big variety of popular priced Dry (joods. Saturday we win maKe it inter esting for you amongst our big: stock of new goods. Dress Goods Black crepons in all the newest weaves, commencing at the low price of 7oc to $2.50. Bind; camel's hair, in all wool, the most durable roods for skirts and suits 75e to $1.50. Cadadencis cloth inallcolorsior suits $1 00 a yard. Cloaks Golf capes, all the latest plaids, $G.7o. Plain cloth capes in plain, "also fur trimmed and braided, $5 to 111. Heavy boucle capes,f ur trimmed $3 to ?S.50. .Black boucle jackets,satin lined only $G. Underwear & Hosiery Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests and pants, heavy fleeced, at 25c. Misses' ribbed union suits,fieece lined 19c, worth 25c. Children's all wool hose 12c a pair. Domestics Unbleached canton flannels, 30 in. wide, 4c a yard. 'Heavy unbleached canton flan nels Boa yard. ' Light a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 September 1899

1 f- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Ejw. S. harlcr . Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. nn II UkI.a Ooukt. Ir. Advertising Dp1 Fiiin.iMiKn nv T1IK MCKON DKMOUKAX COMPANY UKKICK li-iiiiK-rtil IltiK'k. No. l.V and 137 Mnln t. MIM I1ISTANCE PHOUE 190. orKICKU- ASH DIRECTOKS. t rii -iiii-ni James V. Wkj.sii VI.-.-Pr-ii!ent A.T. Pakji- Sit-i. i.-iry ... ; Fbed W. Gayeii Tx..iunr William T. Bawyee KliW. S IlAKTKIt JSO. IIOXAMAHA Ki. 11. Ije La Court. Knti-rwl nt the Po-tofllee at Akron, Olilo.n-.Seooi)d-Cla3 Mall Matter. Kvliwnil Eery livening by Carrier Bo 5 CENTS A WEEK ii Mnll Ti-flO - - - $1.25for81x Month- Official Paps'r of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 2d Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN B. MCLEAN, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Goernor, A. W.' PATRICK, of TuscurawnsT- For Supreme Juilgr, DeWITT C. BAI)GEK, of MadUou. For Attorney General. J. T. DO UK, of eneca. Fur Auditor, GEORGE W. SIGAFO03. of Darke. For Treasurer, JAMES I. GORMAN. . ...

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. — 29 September 1899

r .1 llS. a' V if K K K K R ". X r if P K R R R" r' INa T5 ir i i K tAWAnn ' ' -R t t ! t R R R n K R R R R. R. R. R R R t R R !"" 1 I Assassination.:. VKRRRRRKRRKWRtf vyx.vvNxyv. 'v About a year ago last July tbf Trench government Intrusted to Captain Voulet and Captain Chanoine the mission tc continue the exploration Of" the territory situated north of the Franco-English frontier from the Niger to Lake Tchad. The two captains organized a force coin- prising 20 Sudanese Spahis of the legu- lar army. 50 Sudanese riflemen. 200 arm- ed auxiliaries and 1,000 bearers and promptly started on their journey. They apparently made good progress, and the Vme government had no cause for dis satisfaction until last April, when ru mors reached it that teemed to require an immediate investigation. The govern ment heard that Captain Voulet and Captain Chanoine had been guilty of abominable acts of cruelty, the specific ASSASSINATION OF FKENCH OFFICEES IN THB SUDAN. -charges being that they had wan...

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

t-vs r' r- ."-; ianfcftx M FOR SALE. YOU SALE No. 121 Bare st-, 8 room, fur nace, grate, barn and fruit, also cottage, fire " rooms will sella n whole or 'epnrntc. For particulars. G. V. Grldley, Central build ing. Tri.516. Wtf FOR SAI.K Klr,t class boarding house, all furnished and In good condition; fifty steady loarder. Best location In the city. Good reasons for selling Address I, Ikjx . Akron. Ohio. ltf FOU SAIjD Farm of 81 acres. Good liulldlncs, 8 miles west of city on the Smith road. Ir. IJ. Haughman, Montrose. O. 11-193 FOU HALE Look at 3U s. VHhelm st near Crozler. IT you want a home cheap. First-class Ave room house with closets, slate roof, almost new' and newly painted, 925 If sold soon. Cation or address Clara A. Lowrey.Tallmadge, O. 12M53 FOIl SALE Business property and two dwellings, 8. Main St.; store room with large lot, W); 5-room house. Wooster avc ISiOo; new O-room house. Holloway st.. JST5; Xo,lil X. Walnut M., fl.imo; 6-room house and two lots. Miami t$l.W; 8-...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 September 1899

w- .r- -e- - - -i "f- --s? yquwwvu S'W'tiPi ..-. i gi.q.; ...CTTgggy -"!,. Tux Coffee Given Away! For one week only at the special sale of O'DONOHUFS Greater New York Coffee BANNER BRANDS 5th Avenue Mocha and;java ..... 35c Ankola lava and Mocha 30c Princess Java-Blend 25c Cafe Waldorf 20c Every purchaser of 1 1-2 pounds of either brand gets 1-2 EB. F"IRST COIV5E, Monday, Sept. 25 to I S. J. SWAIN, -.A.-- -A..-.A.- .A.--.A.--.A.- ? I0MMIPEH She Brought Belief to the Flood Stricken la the Ohio Valley. ..-.... The little hamlet of V had stifTered terribly by the flood. Somewhat removed from the main Hues of travel and consist ing only of a dozen or more scattered cottages, it bad been reached by no relief boatb or other aid. All this, however, made it none the less hard for the farm ers, whose resources were now at the lowest ebb. On this jiiiiticulur Satnrday evening some. of the neighhois hail collected at the postoffice and were gloomily discuss ing the prospects. One after another...

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. — 30 September 1899

.T,--- J- s-5-ty- naeT - ' 2&-. vsa' & -j(j - jjs--jr -'--- -a" !VJ!S-iT?t?:!r & it iv-iV u Rose Bud Cream The best remedy for all roughness of skiu, it is delightful as a toilet requisite. A6k for it at C. B. Harper & Co.'s Drug Store. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Shot Gnus, Rifles .tr- v Powder, Shot, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, Fishing Tackle, every thing in SPORTING GOODS at LOWEST PRICES. Geo. S. Dales & Son, 22S South Ualn St, VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER UO AXRON, OHIO, SATURDAY EYENING. ShPTEMBER 30. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT ARMY OF DEMOCRATS Greeted Ohio's Next Governor at Hamilton Today. v The Opening Meeting Was Marked By Great Enthusiasm. City Is Gorgeously Decorated In Honor of the Occasion. MANUFACTURERS Closed Down Plants For Benefit of Their Employes. Practically every shop in Hamilton was closed down today at noon in order to allow mechanics and em ployes to attend the meeting. The laboring men were out in great numbers, taking an active interest in all the proc...

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. — 30 September 1899

- -ff5 - -i;jv ''.5f ---i;-iiV --4 -y; r "ssv-i-'-cssF; - THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Barter Fred W. Editor and Managers. Gayer Ed H. De La Coubt, Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPACT THE OVTICE Democrat Block, Nos. 135 and 127 Main st. IX3SQ DISTANCE FHOSZ 190. OmCIBS AND DIRECTORS. President . J AMES V. Welii Vice-President.. Wecretnry , Treasurer.. . Edw. S. Harteb. A. T. PAIKK .FbkdW.Gayei Wiiliax T. Sattyei Jno.McXajiara Ed. H. 1e La Coubt. Kntered at the Postoffice at Akron, Ohio, Second-Class Mail Hatter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Bj 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 130 - - - $1.23 for Six Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, . " JOHN K. MCLEAN, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, AMV. PATRICK, ' of Tuscarawas. t For Supreme Judge, . DeWITT C. BADGER, of Madison. For Attorney General, 1. W. DORE. of seneca. v "" For Auditor, GEORGE W. SIGAF003, of Da...

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. — 30 September 1899

v.. tr Zf-f- --y'Jjfv&Sr -tf--' Tti-fr-----!'-- -T"-'?SvS3'-'i-J?-i 5"-- . - i. -v --. --i' ;- V 'f . JrU,i j TO LOAN $15,500 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. 1 also buy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. H.G. IVII Room 4T, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. FOR SALK No. 121 Bare St., 9 room, fur nace, grate, barn and fruit, also cottage, fire rooms, will sell as n whole or separate. For particulars, G. W. Gridley, 4S Central build ing. Tel. 516. SJtf FOR SALE Private sale of household goods, beginning October 3, between 1 to 5 p.m. Must be sold before October 2n. A. AW Fritz. KM Allyn st. HS-H5 FOR SAIjE A modern, convenient home at a bargain; all conveniences and large amount of fruit; also for rent If not sold. House U arranged to accommodate two families. A. W. Fritz, 22S All...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 September 1899

.-s,JiiL; -H'&vf '' "" ' -' - l-WZJ -v---Vv-" 3 fr J to Jackets and Capes Our line is now ready for your inspection. It embraces all the leading styles and colors. Below you will find a list of the most popular garments at popular prices for the season. $2.00 Children's jackets, with large collar, trimmed with braid, very heavv $2.50 Children's heavy jackets in different colors, trimmed with braid, large collar $3.25 Dark navy kersey jacket, trimmed with white braid, in sizes G, 8, 10, a big bargain $3.50 Dark navy and dark brown ker sey jackets, trimmed in fancy braid, splendid wraps. Golf Capes and Cloth Capes Ladies' golf Capes in the latest plaids, with fringes $6.00 $6.r5 Ladies' golf capes, this is our leader. It is very- heavy and in 'different plaids. $r.oo Golf capes, mado of extra heavy goods, splendid goods for the cold weather. $5.00 This cape has no equal. It is made of plain kersey, lined throughout, braid trimmed. $7.50 Cape Very heavy beaver cloth cape, trimmed, ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 September 1899

- ---TP--f s' - . -jr -i'-t4."- " -Ji. T. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Bull. Dk La Coukt. Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBtlSIlKD nr THE A.KUOX DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Jfos. 135 and 187 Main st. IX) .SQ DISTANCE MIOJfE 180. OFFICERS AND DIBICTORS. President . JAXXS V. WsLHIl Vlci5-lresldcnt Secretary ...., Treasurer Edt.S. Harteb. .A. T.PAIGE Feed W. Gatek WOLIAX T. 8ATTTEK Jso. MoXamara Ed. H. 1)e IiA Coubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, i Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier B 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMalUiJiO - - - J1.25forSlx Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SO METZ. Miss Donna Halliwell of Cleveland has been vi&iting this week with her mother, Mrs. Frank Potts. Miss Lettie Ritchie, Jennie Hib bard and Mary Darrow attended the C. V. convention at East Palestine "Wednesday. Walter Burton has moved into the house on what was the P...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 September 1899

- -V- ."- -1. re.-., ARISE AND ACT! Toilers, Vour Interests Are at Stake In This Campaign. RALLY TO PROVEN FRIENDS And Overthrow the Party That Heeds Xot Your Honest Cry. EIHGETG- ADDRESS TO LABOR From the Largest Organization of Work ingmen In the State of Ohio. READ, PONDER, AND STRIKE HARD! A Document In Which Arc Given Cogent Iteasou Why AH AVage Earriers Should Support the Zanes ville Platform and the Candidates StnndiusTliereoii Cincinnati Build ing Trade Council Takes a Cour ageous and Decided Step In the Present Political Contest. At its regular meeting Thursday night there was issued by the Building Trades Council of Cincinnati and Hamilton county to the organized la bor and workingmen of the state a trumpet call that will be heard in every city, town, village and ham let in the state, and as its music re verberates it will forever silence the carping critics who have endeavored to Bhow that the ticket nominated by the Zanesville convention would not receive the united supp...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 30 September 1899

":V - j MSIYON'S INBALER CURES CATARRH Colds, Coughs, Hay Fever, Bron chitis, Asthma and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. CleU'is of Medicated Vapor are iabilrd through the mouth and emitted from tL- nos trils, cleansing and Taporlirng all the InSamvl ana dlvafed rarts blch cannot be feaehM by medicine tafcen Into the stomach. It rcachcr the Jrore ipoliIl heals th rav jiZacet ItjiocstoOietrntofdiseateIl acts nx a balm and tonic to the tchnte ptrm j 1.01 n wiigjittsorscntbymail. 1505 lrch & I'Mltt- LETTER FROM MI To "Chairman Dick For Cam paign Purposes Dissected. SPOONING" WITH ENGLAND. What of the Hand of Administration la Alaskan Controversy? LOYALTY OF DEMOCRATS IN THE WAR "Benevolent Assimilation" as Offered by the President to the Filipino Meant That the People Who Were Struggling For Their Independence From Spain Would Be Swallowed by the Trust-Scarred Administra tlon In Obedience to Plillanthrophy. Of course, all Ohio has read the let ter addressed to Chairman Dick o...

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