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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 October 1899

"'-l-T!'5p- J-". -.- -- .. - "I. , I"- J " f-O C ,? r'-'SJT: jF- jt.- -i-- TJiJ, I --V i. SBB 'jw.,a'iif I I ! t V I K Eft l-c 1 Rn THE DAILY .DEMOCRAT Cdw, S. Barter Fred W. Editors and Managers. Gayer Ed H. De La. Oockt, Hgr. AdTertUlnj Dpt PUBLISHED BT AKRON .DEMOCRAT COMPANY THK OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and UT Main st. IX)NQ DISTA3CX FHOn uo. OFFICEBS AND DIRrCTOBS. Prrsldent . JAXxa V. Wkisii Vice-President. Kirotnrv . .A- x. t-Aiiic Fexd W. Gatkr Treasurer Wtt.t.tak T. Sawyer Edv. S. Hartzr Jwo. MoNaxaba Ed. II. D La Court. Entered at the Postofflee at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier. Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK B MO11J2.50 - - LS for Six Months Official Paper of thi City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 Vote for the Republican county ticket andHigher Salaries ! Trusts are raising the price of everything the people have to buy. How much are your products and labor increasing in value? "What farmer...

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. — 26 October 1899

S&s" "Cv-" ' -J?i && "- -s-- fr-,- t't'-?--'-5at.-.asr risS-,? -'caiJ'-K-'-jt'-c--'- ..s-T?j5s5 vs ? . - SScsi"?-- - -- -.-- - 7S-fK,-i,. - c:i. y- -v..-v r fr "" gHgt. w MS ffASTY fllGE Even General Symons Believed to Be In Hands of Boers. BRITISH TUBLIC IX THE D1BK. Doe to War Office "Cooklne Dlipatche. Certain Junction of Forces Has Oc curred Joubert Likely to Attack Lad.T mith Before Bailer Arrlri. "London. Oct. 20. An ominous Teil "was drawn over the movements of General Sir 'George Stewart White and General Yule iu Natal. Beyond be lated Ladysmith dispatches concerning the Elaudslaagte fight, which are still filtering in, the British public is left in in complete darkness and to conjecture over 'cooked" war office dispatches. Since it is practically certain that General Yule bus effected a jnnction with General White, and as botti are now in a position of safety, conjecture concerns itself chiefly with the manner ,'- OEXXRJLL STMOKS. of General Yule's retreat. That...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 October 1899

-"' ii" -iit;--s L "- &Z'' "-s& s-j- wt.A--.-s --iv ,',.,''$V,K?! sr 'T'irs.'f''isr - r-y ? i, ,t r :s $tbU Dress Goods Dress Goods Right Up-to-Date Is what we are showing in this department. $1.00 60 in. homespuns in purple, grey, tan, heather mixture and browns. r5c 60 in. homespuns in modes light and dark greys, browns, etc. 50c 40 in. camel hair plaids in green, blue, brown and grey mixtures. $2.00 42 in. black crepons in selected dress patterns, blistered effects and stripes, nothing more stylish for FAX.Ii "WE AB. $1.75 and $1.50 These prices include more styles than space affords to mention, but for values they can not be matched. $1.00 and 75c a yd. Black wide wale serges, cheviots, canadensis, broad cloths, Vene tians, whip cords, poplins, etc. All wool and durable for suits, dresses and skirts. 50c 40 in. black crepons extra good value, we bought a big lot of these goods as they are retailed at 75c- 25c 3G in. all wool flannels, we are selling lots of these for chi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 26 October 1899

-A-c -'- " . -3o-,-.;tI-- Hr-3.rVS P-FZ3' ' I P5?S. " ' ?' "i-&'s i" tJ-2il.i?3fv?A.----a,- TO LOAN A $15,500 Real Estate Security, Rsrms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos, Offcc Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies Or upon anything of value from $l to $5,000. I also ouy Mortgage Notes. LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. HLG. MILLER Room 4Tf Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.) FOR SALE. FOR HALE No. 124 Bare St., 9 room, fur nace, grate, barn nnd fruit, also cottage, Ave rooms, will sell asnn hole or separate. For particulars, G. W. Grldley, 4S Central build-. lug. Tel. 516. 2tf I FOR SALE Fnnn of Si acres. J9 buildings, 9 miles west of city on igs, e miles west or city on tne Brann Dr. i J. Baughman, Moutrose, o. i "S-185 road FOR. SALE House and barn on Stirling av. Property in good repair; six rooms In house. Sold at n bargain If sold soon. In quire ivn uowery si. iv-ids- Sacraflce sale of four lots, 50x152 feet on men...

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. — 26 October 1899

.--- - -V Mvt7vAr s-jk-? 3 V-- r"T-v -pj.-----5-T-j-5.3t- -y l-Kw73f;Tr ""K- ... -'- c- i ' ' i "fi liMlll i - ',St','V " - " vU Jc'XPr"57"yi5!7TB J! S5-rr: i-- .; y.. . , u , . , . jJI...-,, , , , ..aagjigggajgg , retire ..gHWr.J iggggssgrr - x. Tr "- " tjir-.. IIJ.MP 'llllN"",'tf'JCFE'WT'''i iTWup j r j -- - " -c ,, " -" C -v- T ' -C -" THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Haricr Fred W. Giver Editors and Managers. EdII. De La Court, Jlgr. Advertlilng TJept published BT TUB AKRON DKMOOKAX COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 133 and 157 Main it. J.OSCJ DI8TAXCE PHONI 180. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Presldwnt . Jame3 V. Welsh Vlr-rrpsldent. seretiiry Treasurer Kuv. 8. Hakter.. A-T. FAIQE Feed W. Gayer . IVrr.T.TAM T. BAimr. JKO. mosaxaba Ed. H. De IiA Coubt. Kntered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, ns Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall $2.50 . . - J1.25 for Biz Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 October 1899

ssgtfs i'-iir.fi--'Z af.t:j- - -' .-S"t' e ,tr. i' ryl B. WINGERTER THE LEADING OPTiaAN Don't neglect onr eyes. Coma hero, ire examine thorn KKEE of charge. See onr nne line of DIAMONDS Just received JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 158 South Howard st. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. 1900 Baers' Laicaster Almanac for . . . HAS ARRIVED AT Steinbacher's, 1 04 E. Market st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 163 AKRON, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT IMPERIALISM Severely Condemned, by Manufac turer P. E. Werner. The Salvation of the People, Says He, Is Independence In Politics. Mr. Werner Deplores Intolerant Partisanism and Arraigns the Political Boss. He Declares For the Public Ownership of Natural Monopolies. "If I were in favor of Imperialism, I would want the genuine article a real, true Emperor, and not a political boss." Mr. Paul E. "Werner. All tisau," he continued. "I am be5 tween the two parties Democratic and Republican." "I 6ee many commendable things in both parties; yet I believe in t...

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

;?-t3' -P" 't "-!fcSSeP'K"i3?r4sBri'-.'.-' r4ggagT"'.JVgBk r?i.r . jff3-s?scw--?r-n'S- KijpRSScnt.l i i i i i i ii r trr . ... ... n .1 . .. i j" 3. iv -i-r -T-- ---- ' Vt, vCti tS THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Cdw. S. Harier Fred W. Gayer Editors and Manager. Ed H. Db La. OoOBT, Mgr. AdTertUlng Pept CONCERNING MR. KEMPEL PUBLISHED BT TUB AKBON DEMOOBAX oompajty OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 1S5 nd Main Bt. I-OSa DISTANCE FHOSB 190. OFFIOEKS AD DIBBOTOBB. President J V. Fd w. 8. hXTtFb- -Jo. MoNahara ED. H. Dl U. OOOBT. Kntarod Bt the Fostofflce at Airon, Ohio, hp Knterea "gj, Mau Matter. Bo Delivered Every Evening by Carrier 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall IMP - - - U-gforBlx Mouth Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FKIDAY, OCTOBER 27 Col. Dick's advice to Senator Hanna to cut out his utterances on trusts did not have very much effeot. The Senator is going from bad to worse. Mb. Haksa has tal.en a great weight off the minds of the people by telling them that the...

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

sS - 3es"-;v"r -c?- ea 53-5--ir .,- - "- ?- vi-. Whatever You Pay For a pair of shoes is too much if you don't get the worth of your money. What S& Charge You is the right price for the best shoes that are made. A look at OUR $3. SO SHOES Will demonstrate to you that we give you the worth of your money. In fact we have made a special effort in goods at that price, for both ladies and gentlemen. DO YOU KNOW it is a great advantage to make your selections from a new stock of goods? OUR GOODS ARE ALL NEW. Wagoner & Marsh, E3G le Ostrich Miss Helen Griffin, $ KNOCK DOWN Fight Between An Ex-Judge and Police Court Prosecutor. Judge W. C. Ong and Police Pros ecutor Thomas Kennedy, engaged In a known down flght during the trial of the Globe Tea company case Thursday. Judge Ong made a slighting re mark about the Prosecutor, who re torted by calling him a liar. This angered the Judge, who drew first blood by striking Kennedy on the - - A SUGGESTION - - As goods of all kinds are advanc...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 October 1899

BQ3jffi"?'?TSS rzrCJZr-Jm--iiLK0tr?4: o-rij, --- T.ii -i HedV Qp?3&l Interesting Store Talk for SATURDAY SHOPPING. $8.00 Exclusive styles in Golf Caries made of dark blue golfing; also heavy tan coating with plaid ruf fle and hood. r $5.00 At this price it is hard to get golf capes. We have a few very nobby garments for Saturday sale. $10.00 Ladies' beaver jackets in black, dark blue, brown and gray, lined in satin, guaranteed to wear two seasons or we re-line the garment free of charge. $1.00 60 in. homespuns in light and dark grey, purple, theater mixture and brown, all wool, just the cloth for rainy day skirts. 7Sc 40 in. all wool homespuns in all the leading shades, also cheviots, granites, crepons and suitings. These are all popular goods and at a popular price. 42c 1 case of gents' wool fleece lined underwear, the same as you pay 60o for. $1.00 Gents' camel hair and Shetland wool nnderwear, nice and soft, in all sizes. $1.25 Are you troubled with colds in winter? Try our d...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 October 1899

jlTFi77 - r- '-.sapS "ff-f"-$v!j""'---''' 'srrfp'fcsSsS' iS?- - f ""-: 'n- - !k'"e- ' "A v ; --piflrtK,! yc- - " v THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Ed. S. Ilarter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. i:u H. 1)e La Court. Mgr. Advertising Dept PtNtM-IIEIl HT TJ1K .VKKON DEMOCRAT COJIPANX OKKIOK II m-mra Block. Nos. I:S anil 1S7 Main t. Lo.VtJ nfTWCE PHONE WO. orpiOhKn and Dinr.CTORS. I ! n' Jajles V. Welsh viee-lnldent. jl. T.Paige - ot irv ". Fred W..UATER mji-urer William T. Bawtek Knvr.S. II vi:tkh . Jso. McNaxaba Ed. If. 1)K IjA Court. Knli'ml at the 1'ostofflce at Akron, Ob.lo.ii-Sccond-Cins9 Mall Matter. Delivered Everv Evening by Carrier Bov 5 CENTS A WEEK H -Mull fi& - - - J1.25 for Six Months Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27 Ohio Democratic Ticket. Fur Governor, JOHN It. MCLEAN. r Hamilton. I"ir Lieutenant Governor, A. W. PATRICK, . of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, -DkWITT C. BADGER, of Madison. Kor Attorney General. J. W....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 October 1899

3j!baaga5swWMii -- w.-- . 1?rtrr5-"v - - : -rjy." i-vwsjj -jfj-i? -'.Si "ajt-- 4yj- .- -ST-k, -t- j4.'- - '4J" M T'ti. , -rv 14 Isgsr !t -4 B i A D ii INFERNAL if VOLCANO. i - -v ?- - - - x oes .! - -- Clarence Keavls, known to white men as the "Hermit of the Superstition Mountains" and to the Apache-, who hated and feared him and w ho had cause to do bo nfore than they ever did any other man or his hated and feared race, as Wah-ne-say, the "Evil One" and 'The Destroyer," is dead. 4 His vengeance upon the Apaches, who had long persecuted him in his. hermitage, was Strang" and tcrrihle. In his happy and hopeful early jeais, ays the San Francisco Call, he had oc cupied his h.iurs of lecreation by study ing into the mysteries and possibilities or the electric fluid and had conducted in his own laboratory a series of somewhat extensive experiments, which gavehim a clear idea as to the practical application of this irresistible yet njysteiious force. After fully deciding upon his method ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 27 October 1899

55?!55?5!?I5SSSa5!S5wBs'V',,'' V J- '-ss--s-iMgr?'' is? --.f apsT;?gs5spr pp JS" ggp&&'&& BANNA IS WRONG Declares Senator Washburn, Speaking on Trusts. NO MAN SHOULD BE ELECTED Who Is In Sympathy With Such Com binalions of CspitoL WORKMEN'S WAGES WILL BE CUT With an Unsparing Hand and Great Strikes Will Follow. EMPHATIC WAlfXIXG IS SOUNDED. An Able Business Man and "Well Known Republican Leader Express es Himself as Vigorously Opposed to Hie Attitude of the Republican Boss of Ohio on the Gigantic Trade Evil "Worlilngmen and Stockhold ers," Says He, "Will Be Ingulfed In the Same Sea of Distress." In a recent interview at St Paul former United States .Senator W. D. Washburn took exception to the atti tude of the Republican boss of Ohio, taying "No; I most decidedly do not agree with Senator Hanna. on his prop osition that the formation of combines of capital must redound to the benefit of labor." Senator Washburn was not as ready to talk on the trust question as he was...

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. — 27 October 1899

3SJ.-.- V -1 ' V -c-- 'gS!Kyy',V'i,v? -MKWC-: -WV T' ,T- T m . i v. 6 I If l tfSa! 7C 1 11 II 0 BY BARRY PUS. A SSKSlOJSOSl'Sk' "What was the matter with yon the other day?" I asked. "What day?" he said snappishly. "Xesterday, I think. You were going down Bond street in a hansom. Yon were without a hat. Your face was dusty and your nose was bleeding. Your collar was" "Stop!" he said. "I'll tell you about it. Are you a fool?" V "No," I replied. "You're fairly clever?' "Certainly. In fact, that understates it." "Then it will be a warning to you. It was cleverness brought nie to the condi tion in which you saw me. I've been get ting cleverer and cleverer of late. Mind, iSe signed off now. I'm going to be as big a fool as other people in future, but" "Do get on with the stoty."- "I say that it was a dirty trick of Jen nings to run away like that. And those silly book's about Theodore Hook and other practical jokers ought to be stop ped, and" "You're too incoherent. Begin at the beginnin...

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. — 28 October 1899

, -. y.f, r-iiiR j.-- "-"?sk5kss 'i i?" - - -cf h&. K' P ' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Rose Bud Cream The best remedy for all roughness of skin, It la delightful as a toilet requisite. Ask for It at C. B. Harper & Cos Drug Store. PRICE ONE CENT Foot Balls, Striking Bags, B oxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds: Guns, Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO RENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s-MabTWeet. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 164 AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 28. 1899. j?!)??' HERE Unwritten History of the Bill's Defeat. Clerk Hershey Boasted of His Opposition to the Bill And Senator Alexander Told Him: 'You'll Regret it." Senator Burke Was a "Good Fellow" When He Voted For High Salaries. The people of Summit county have heard a great deal about the Russell Salary bill, but they have never been told just how it was defeated. The account is very interesting. It is furnished to the Democrat by one who knows. The methods that were taken to defeat this bill would bring disgrace upon...

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. — 28 October 1899

-S-Vv "Vs. O l-3-. - i""-.-:" , r" t ! t'4i 1(1 -r i - .Pt. ---,. ,?--- -,,;-; SO-H'5. "v-- U THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Caw. S. Harter Fred W. Gyer Editors and Manager. EnH.CtU Cocht, MgrAdvertWn Dept PUBLISUZD BT TUB AKRON DEMOCRAT OOMPAJVY orricx Democrat Block, Nos. 183 and 1ST Main st. JjOVa DI8TASCE FHOICB ISO. OFFI0EB8 AUD DIBEOTOKS. Prwlrtout Jaxxs V. w'iwu Vice- President A-T. Paisk Secretary Fbed W. Gatbh Treasurer Wiiixoi T. Bawibb EDW.S. HAKTEB JJIO.MONAJIABA Ed. H. Di La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflee at Akron, Ohio, ns Second-Class Hall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Bo 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mall 2 .50 - - - 11.25 for Six Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 130. SATURDAY, .OCTOBER 28 INDEPENDENCE IN POLITICS. -Tho Interview published in yester day's Democrat with Mr. Paul E "Werner, Akron's prominent manu facturer and Republican, created something of a surprise in local political circles yesterday just as it is destined to c...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

v$ -vff' ' V--f --.- -.- fWfSjf" u.-.- - -iS. . - . t. 'r '-' T A Fu For many of you is: "Of whom shall I buy my clothing?" All we ask is that yon critically examine our Suitings, consider the way they are made, finished and trimmed ; who stands back of every garment anxious to correct all faults (should there he any) and let your own good sense dictate. Yours for correct dress, I I7S South Wowarc' tst- 'I uJBIjiI oil G We are showing an elegant line of TAMS, ROUGH RIDERS and WALKING HATS which we are ottering at special prices for one week. "Ve are sure to please you in style, quality and price. Also a line line Trinnrroci RIillinery Handsome Velvet Hats Made to Order a Specialty. Nelson's Millinery Store Opening Evenings. No. 624 South Main St. WRIST BROKEN While Playing in Foot Ball Game Schoolboy Injured. Irving Miller, the 12-year-old sou of Mr. aud Mrs. John Miller, of 518 e 44.S4'&54''43&$$$-$$53$$&3 iBfcflBSvjBfeiiHMMWIJBBHBBMBBBBHMHBsagfl DO YOU BELIEVE IN GETTI...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

: J - . y- " 5?sgJBK-3r''T .? ti f $&u Jackets Suits and Capes $6.00 Ladies' black boucle jacket, lined throughout, would be extra good value at $7. $r.5o Ladies' tan kersey jacket, with extra stitching, lined all through. $10.00 v" Ladies' lisrht tan jacketsvith new cut back, satin "liae'd, also snuff brown, dark tans"nnd black. These garments are lined on a cuaranteed satin,' warranted to wear two seasons. $25.00 Ladles' knickerbocker, silk lined -Jacket suit, skirt lined m black percanne, tne very newest cut. $18.50 All 'wool, homespun suit, with new cut of jacket and skirt, some- thing very nobby. $ir.5o Dark grey, homespun suit, with new saddle back skirt, tight fit ting, jacket, silk lined. $12.00 Golf capes in exclusive plaids, red and black, grey and white and black and white, in long lengths. $10.00 Dark brown golf capes, new cuts, black with black and white trim mings. $8, $7.50 Dark red, brown, dark blue, with plaid trimmings, extra good value. $8.00 Balny day skirts,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

SS!SSSi-tr-'---vl ' 'rX"Si'X"Asr5S?'a"-''"?' ''rffrsStf'gJS Sftf S-fe"' 3 -v . -&& -&&if&r$2vi sV?rS-fp5gipr- - jSrtatv-ts es- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT IXX. ui.,lll """")' rif c Ui-j... r.ji u rw sr Editors and Managers. Eu . 1)e La Comer. JIgr. Advertising Dept PUBLlaUEDBT Till! AKVLOX DEMOCIU.T COMPANY OFKICE lii-mocrat Block, JJos. IS3 and 1J7 Main it. IJM.-G DIKTAKOE PHONE 190. OFFICEES AND DIRECTORS. 'r-,llU-Ul . ,, ,JAME3 V. WBLSH Vlptl'rpslrlenr ,, A- T. PAIGK j-rcinry Fkkd W.Gateb Treasurer... William T. Bawter EDir.S. Harttkr.. Jso. MoNixaea Ed. U. De La Ooubt. Knlered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, nt, Second-Class Mall Matter. Iellvered Kvery Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK H Mall 120 - - - HS for Six Month Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28 Ohio Democratic Ticket. For Governor, JOHN K. MoLEAN, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, A. W. PATRICK, of Tuscarawas. For Supreme Judge, DcWITT ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

SaSgggSSLT ' ? !g'!gWja3'SIg cr-ycSf s-v sM . I rlll guarante that my Kidney Can will cure 00 per ctnt. of ell forms of kidney oomplalnt and In many Instance! th rcost scrlos farm of Brlgnfs disease. If the disease la com plicated send a four ounce Tlal of urine We will annljrc It end o.iflf-f you fre ML'XTU.S. c 'Ui. ': 1 !!IU isc& Ar. a i . n.n. AT sll rugc!u. nri Tnn7li-il n.uice A South End Romance Hiram "Woodruff was uuquotiouably a iclf made man, and he was pardonably proud of bis job. The inateiial out of which he had fashfjned himself was patent medicines. lie stood at the door of his ofiice on CornhjU waiting for tome one. "These painter fellows don't have any idea of time," said he to his cashier, who Mood in the door with hiui. The eaMiier bit the end of a cigar which he was going to tnioke. "AVhy?" "Why, I told that young ltedmoud to lie here at C sharp, an here 'tis two minutes past, an he ain't come yet. But I believe he's the man lor the job when lie does get here...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 October 1899

4' 'ii-i?.,3&"3 JSWEr" 'J? .a ."? 'yi-5$csF aj4- ' rp. '"f' 5??" rr-!!S.-JKA.--- It FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm, of 81 acres. Good bulldlncs, miles west ol city on the Smith rtmd. Dr. 1 J . Bauchman, Montrose. O. jrwH FOR SALE Two drivlnc IiorMs. welch l.OW nd 1,100 pounds each; prompt free drivers; safe Tor u lo.ly to ride or drive. Mc One'g coal olllce, 625 Mill "t. 163-165 LOTS CHEAP Saernllce sale of four lots, 50x152 feet on Hich St., near CroMer i-t- only $175 each. fits room house. North Hill, nearly new, hardwood finish. Jl.OOil. Good 50 ncre farm, near Akron, for sale, would tnke city property In exchange. Money to lonn nt 6 per cent. C. H.Jones Tel. 866 MONEY TO LOAN. 3IONKY TO LOAN Abundance nt 5 per cent on residences; business property or farms. Privilege of pnrtlut payments after one year. Cbas. A. Blackford. ISO South Mnln St. Oct. 14, 1 mo. MOSKV TO I.OAN From JS.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain In r our possess...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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