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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

s ji- -isfiij,, ; 1 fc---"-- . "V- '-igSS? piSp S-0- THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. Dk IiA Court, Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKUOX DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos: 185 and 1ST Main it. LOX8 TJI8TA30E PHONE 180. OFFIOEKS -UfO DIRECTORS. President JA3CEB V. "Welsh Vh-e-President A.T. Paige Secretary - Fred W. Gayer Treasurer WniUK T. Sawter Kdw. S. Habtek Jo. MoKakasa 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 - - - SL25 for Six Months Official Paper of ths City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16 CAUGHT IN THEIR OWN DEVICE. " Secretary Gage has issued a statement to the effect tbafc the Treasury Department will buy back 125,000,000 of government bonds on or before November 30, to relieve the , "stringency" in the Wall Street money market. The frequency with which the...

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. — 16 November 1899

-" -- ffii. - --.--- iSv--v3i?3C T -" U- Three Rebels Killed Near Jaro. .. HDKHIS' CAMPAIGN IX PANAY. Occupied Tllgbanau and Other Totths. Aranels, aJtebel .Leader, Captured San Miguel liariied by the Kneiuy Orders From Aguualdo Found. Manila. 2Cbv. 16. General Hughes, with parties of the Nineteenth and Twenty-tilth regiments, moved from lloilo, Thursday, Nov. 9, to Ottou, six milt'E west, for the xurpose of capturing Santa Barbara, tho rebel stronghold, ten miles north of lloilo. Heavy raiuj preceded the movement, and the road Were in places impassable. Tho same night Colonel Carpenter, with tne Eigh teenth regiment and Battery G of tho Sixth artillery, moved westerly from Jaro to connect with General Hughes. Colonel Carpenter was forced to re turn to Jaro ou account of the roads, and the entire movement was hampered by lack of proper transportation. Com pany C of the Twenty-sixth regiment had the only fighting. When three miles out of Jaro this company charged the rebel trenches a...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

jjVtss. - "v "Ss-j. -vjiSirT-"- y-- 5 lt 9 Sm Jt r'r ritStfi l? - K The Weather Friday Rain. SIMMS To Meet Lavigne Blankets . AND Comforts You can well afford to keep warm at such prices as these. $5.00 1 11-4 All wool blankets white, grey ana scarlet, witn an colors or borders. $3.r5 10-4 All wool blankets in different color borders in white, grey and scarlet. $2.50 11-4 Union blankets, these blan kets have a little cotton spun through them, but they wear all the better. $1.25 11-4 Dark blankets, nice and soft with a big assortment of borders. $1.00 11-4 Cotton blankets iu tan with blue and red borders. $1.00 Full size cotton filled comforts lined with Sateen good value. $1.25t0$3.r5 Cotton filled, also wool fille com forts, all sateen lined extra good values.' Bead our cloak add for Saturday. Before Massillon A. C. Next Tuesday. Expected to be a Lively Affair. Very Ruhlin Will Meet Jeffries Near Future. In 150-152 South Howard St. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR RENT. FOR BENT Ono furni...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

!. -JOs.Sr''' FOR SALE. FOE SALE Farm or SI aores. Good buildln A, pilles west of cit v on the Smith road. Dr.l 4. Bnughman, Montrose. O. limits FOR SALE OK TRADE S3 acres with good buildings and feuciwlcli tillable land, watered liy springs niiowiroo!;. flue 13U pond, orchard and suiinr lm-li; close in Akroa; priceless t!mii?,Vt. J. I. IWchtel. Insurance md loans. Is houth Howard ot. 170 tf FOK sAfiE At the Akron Hupply Oo.'s warerooms Mill st on Thursday morning. It a.m., two chamber suits, complete with spring, and ni-iltres-i, and 25: 1 side board "-'0: 1 dining room lablo To; 1 smwIiiJ; machine 10. ITS CME-AF Bacraflco sale of four lots, 53x152 feet on HlKh St.. near Crosier st.. only 1173 each. Six room house. North Hill, nearly new. hard wood finish, tl.fo). Good 50 ne.ro fnnu, near Akron, for sale. womataKe city property in excuange. Monoy to loan at 0 per cent. C.H.Jones Tel. 866 FOR SALE No. 10 Otis st-7 room house, large barn, lot -2xiaj. $1CT3 cost 2,-0; C room house, Si...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

J zvzs:?:z?&f "& ",js-7,--J--i-,r'- - -' - -v,i -y-- ';,-oC ' 5v eoKJ" V VMwriJ? THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Frtrf W. Gyer Editors and Mutagen. EuH.DeU Oouet, Met. AdTertlilni Dpt raBLisHXD Br THE AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFIOI Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and 17 Main it. I)SS DISTANCE FHOini ISO. OFFICERS XSD MJUCOTOHS. President Jaxxs V. Wu-eiJ JL. x. rAiuc Kecretnry FlutD W. Gatkk Treasurer William T. SAwrxn EUW.S. HARTEB JHO. MONiKAKA BB. H. DX LA. OOUXT. Entered at the Postofllce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mali Hatter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMalU2.50 - - - 1US for Blx Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1G GOD'S ETERNAL PLAN. WORLD NOT GOVERNED AT HAPHAZ ARD, SAVS DR. TALMAGE. Enumerates iPive Tliliic That Have Been Settled 1J- Divine AVlKdom. FcrnlKhen Proof In the Past HI torr of the "World. (Copyright, Louis Klopsch, 1833.1 Washington, Nov. J2 Tbc idea that thing...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

'jj, -"- - SV' Jr & ' aS"'Sf - J T-Xff ,"J' F - -"- - .a.pv'-,-:is-" -- -vr "!.- S'wv THE DAILY DEMOCRAT dw. S. Hartcr Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed H. De LA Coukt, Mgr. Advertising Dept PUBLISHED BT THE AKRON DKMOCBAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 1SS and 187 Main it. LONG DISTANCE FHONK ISO. OFFICERS AND DrRIOTOES. President J AMIS V. WlLSH Vlfo-Pn.ldonf, T. PjLIGE Secretary . Feed "W. Gates Treasurer. William T. Sawteb Edw. 8. Hahter Jho. MoNaxara Elk H. Dx La Court. KntoreJ at the Fostofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Moll Matter. I? Iellvrl Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK By Alall 12.50 11.25 tor Blx Months Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 He Wen "Svriped." He wit in the tending loom of a riii eago hotel witii a notebook and pencil tu his linnd, and after wetting tlie p'ii cil on his tongue a dozen tunes with out writing anything he turned to tlie man on bis left and said: "I wan...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 November 1899

-.-. t ri--"' ?"' s V s trt ABOUT CATARRH CURES. Interesting Facts Concerning This Common Disease. Very few sections of the United States are free from catarrh in some form. In the northern states it is almost universal. A disease so common would natu rally tive rise to a large number of so-called cures, and catarrh remedies are offered in every form; inhalers, washers or douches, salves, oint ments, powders and internal liquid medicine!. The latest catarrh cure is a prepa ration in tablet form, very pleasant to take and, according to many re cent tests, the results have been high ly satisfactory. Unlike patent medicines in general this new catarrh cure is not a secret preparation, but the ingredients are plainly stated. Druggists sell the remedy under the name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and the tablets are composed of high ly concentrated antiseptics, euealyp tbl, hydrastin, guaiacol, beechwood tar, aiid several other well known catarrh specifics, and the success of Stuart's Catar...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

rjn-ni .mn- itimmmtfaamramKB "' Vt!'l.t)lLJ!J ir - - AJlgV, . -, 2. - "'it S' f " X-, C S3 --J' -s- f l 5? -- -- -w v J- -arf JfcJ.. "-a-V -'VS,- i- a AKRON DAIL Rose Bud Cream The beat remedy for all roazhaeM of akin, It la dafiVhtfiil sa ft toilet requisite. Ask for It At C. B. Harper & Cos Druff Store. Foot Balls, Striking Bags, Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds; Guns, Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO KENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s.Mai?ltreet, $& F f S? ttf K- it. AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER IS, 1899. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 182 PRICE ONE CENT y-r-V- - DEMOOEAT A fV n M DIVORCES In Great Demand. Maggie VI c Gee Filed Petition Today. Commissioners Finish' Annexation Hearing, Detective's Case to be Carried lo Circuit Court. Attorney Phelps Lost Time Money Court News. and An unusually large number of cases have been begun lately. Mrs. Maggie McGee, through her attorneys, Young & Wanamaker, has filed a petition praying for a divorce from Prank McGee...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

?S-&i!z'W'J 2" ' vrf -- an"n-,- ""j;':.? Jf&f&T'? .-., i-sjiy ''v.rrg 5- I--V?. -v; ? ,-4 fr " IS--' fir ;f, t i ! i. ' t I ' 7 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hartcr Fred W. Gtyer - Editors and Managers. En H. Db It. Oocbt, Mgr. AdvertUlng Dept PUBLISHED BT THK AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPACT omoi Democrat Block, Nos. 1S5 and 1W Main it. LOSS DISTANCE PHOTO 180. CFFICXB3 ASB.DIKXOTOBa. President J axes V. 'Wxlbb Vice-President sj J'-nS5 Keeretnrv - Fbed W. Gateb Treasurer William . T. Batosk EDW. 8. HARTIR JWO. MCNAMABA Ed. H. Db La Ooubt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, a Second-Class Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boj 5 CENTS A WEEK By Mnll tt - - - tLgforBlx Montlu Official Paper of thi City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER IS E HELP BUILD THE HALL. In another column Mr. Paul Werner tells Akron people how they can help obtain for ther city thi advantage of a large public hal' suitable as a place for holding con vention...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

S'ji W lj 3 -sr Krwty.'3irr oc,jv"Tf--it. t: -"'KA. ;S?iMic y a-rt-s ?J i&s- v. I a. ' "v- r v .. - TH yggmr. - MiliHP!9! n :i ! ! L l; -5 I IK- M rt- f H r r li" r Ouoknhlmr IVI L 0 KENTUCKY a a In Gallon $t.9S o Banner Corner Man and Exchange st. j The whisky without a heiduche. An American gentleman's drink is the Oakwood, TSc full quart at thejjaiiner Liquor House. Genuine Imported German Kimmel, Nordhaeusor Corn, and all imported goods you can get at the Banner Liquor House. ' Kemember you get full proof, honest measure, at the j lowest prices at the . 0 0 u 0 Banner Liquor House Joe Polshek, Prop. SVI-fc. frnon Rye ,1! .Enough Britii l Troops at Front For Purpose. the BOKR-N ItEAllY FOR THE ADVANCE. About 4,000 ISurgliera Sent From .Ion liertV Command to Jolu Rotlia's Force Krar Etcout ".'rhoneE Keported Well Treated at Pretoria. London, Kov. 18. The admiralty an nounced the arrival at Cape Town of the troopship Arceua with a battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland HigbLind...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

"'sv-Vj-- i JipjZ- s. - - r-A. - r-i- v-t"s' p- -gsz z.-. & fel Thei Weather Sunday ' I i Partly cloudy and cooler to- i night and Sunday. '! KID GLOVES and MITTENS We have made a reputation for our kid gloves by giving you the best made, best quality, best fitt ing $1.00 kid glove in the country. We have it in all shades, two clasps or laceing guaranteed. 75c This rlove we have in reds, browns and black, with clasp. It is splendid value for this price. $1.00 Lined kid gloves with fur tops and spring clasp, just what you need to keep warm, in cold weather. $1.00 Mocha gloves are very fashion able. The heavy demand makes theni scarce. We can snpply you in all the leading colore.- red, brown, tan, blue and black. lOcto 15c Children's mittens for best or school wear, made of a nice soft yarn. f 15c, 20c, 25c Ladies' mittens, double and single wool mittens. These goods can't help but give good wear when you consider the stock they are made qf. Handkerchiefs 5c All linen handkerchief...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

'-Srl Plp " i. - v sf--;4ws5K V ---35 -)-y siS-i 4 Fl ! I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fni W. trer . Editors end Manigtrs. KdH. DElACoUBT.Mer.AaTertainfDtpt PUBI.I8EXD BT AKKON DEMOORAT COMPANY IHB orricz Democrat Block, Nos. 185 and U7 M-ln it. LOSS DISTAXOX PHOITB ICO. OFCTCEB8 1D EUXSOTOZS. President J aa V. 'WrLsn Vlce-Preldeat, Secretary Treasurer... Edw. R. HartB ZSLXD W.'GATXR JU T. FAIQK ,'WnXIAJf T. S-WT-B JSO. If ONA3CARA Ed. h. Ob Il Oodt. Entered at the Postomce at Ibos, Ohio, an Eecond-OIasi,-U M-tUr. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK By Mall UN) - - - JIJB tor Blx Months Official Paper of th City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 LANDMARK Burned to the Ground at Western Star The Old Hotel. Western Star. Nov. 15. We had a big fire in our village last Thurs day afternoon. The old hotel burn ed to the ground. It 'was formerly owned by Mr. Stevens, but of late by Mrs. McDermott, who used it for a dwelling. Our ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

j2g53Sta BEESrM -i"tr'n-Vf& r 5 f?'--. " 5- - 1- :"1 r 'fe tV SR" BF'- l- li t r t in- . x V c i (........i.tt(.fJ .............. . . . ..... I WILL THE ZULUS t r t " t i r nun i if Possible Complication In the South African War. xjx A ge '!V7V'VV,!1''V, I"" ?K' vt Should the Zulus seize the opportunity pffered by the Transvaal war to strike " for freedom, says the New York Herald, England would hate her hands full. Should the bold Basutos join arms with their fierce coumus South Africa would become hot soil for the British foot for many long months to come. Both of these uprisings are threatened; both are greatly feared. The Zulu situ ation in particular is watched with anx ious eye. England for awhile was over Matched in the ln-t Zulu war. and victo ry was bought in the end with rivers of English blood. Scarcely any greater mis fortune could come just now than an up rising such as this. The Zulu is undoubtedly the best na tive fighter of South Africa, lie is phys ically a sple...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

ra-i ".ts .,- ?.---- 'k?"' rer-i..-?: sVi f-'WF $ w ? 353!c.-r-v T.B5ssm- ,- - . : "" iunfri'MWMtia'imiii 1 .2 -jT- rK l,.,1.,...lli..lH,iii.lu.i.,T..f.,..Mm.,.,...i-. ) o?y?mtintttfttttfttftttfnftfff s REIORIES OF flAJUBA HILL Personal Experience of a British Soldier Now In Amer.ci 3 O sj WWltW Avvvvyw - wyvT'T'PT,yTVWtV "No mas who knows the Boers as I' do Vrahts to sre 'em win in this war. T hav lived among 'em, an I knows 'era. They treats b!a:lc men as slave$ an unite men a serfs an allows, nobody any rights except tlieirselvos. I have foiislit "em, too, an I relieve 1 nin the only man in America who went through that fight at Majuha 'III." The speaker was John Wilson, a Miil-llp-ex eounty Knt.) farmer. He i- a bathe of KiiL'l.uid, and he joineil the army in South Africa, accompanied ly two boon companions. Joe l)aies and Bill Smith. U" a representative of the Detroit Xews-Tribiine Wilson descrilwu the battle of Majuba Hill as follows: "Everything Jieiu quiet in the direction o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 November 1899

-r'TSVv .-'???&Vb HOPE ON. Though biick and ncry clouds miy rise To hide the blue ot summer tVies from strained and weary vallinR . The sun will thine when clouds are gone. And when Cod's hand duprfj the gloom The birds will sin?, the flowers bloom Cheer Mp, faint heart, hope on! Though steep the way and dark the night, With ne'er a friendly ray ot light, And. dim and feeble be the sight. Still happbuM waits in the dawn; There, Just beyond the darkness, lies Lore's sweet, sunlighted paradise Be brave, poor heart, hope on! Faz fjay heartache, every tear. For every patient, struggling year, For every sacrifice made here. When heaven's mystic veil is drawn, A rich reward, ten thousandfold. Will come, with happinesauntold nope on, dear heart, hope on! -Memphis Scimitar. k!!!linllllliiIliillllllill!i!ili!':::i::i!lMi!i::i!l.!lnill I The Parson's 6afaru. The Church "Was Too Poor to Pay It, end He "Went "Without It. liilllliililililillllillilllllliillllilllllllllinilllillillirf The'IJe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 November 1899

www'iitiiiffMj m '. Ci-, '..'Si i '3L"iv,W $? , -ivi - -41' :. . r?r7S- f& -.ts-:- sst: ?" i'35:'S?Sii&-ir'-!iii --.- st-i "dbl . ."to- FRED.J,AUB'S SPECIALS ForlfcHTSiay, Rot. 23. Spare Ribs & Back Bone Peoples' Cash Meat Market II7E.Hownl!t. Td.612. DEMOCRAT. a AKRON - Biers' Uicuter Almanac for . . . 1900 WA HAS ARRIVED AT " SteinbacherV104E. Market st. - DAILf r VOTJJME EIGHT. NUMBER 183 AKRON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENENO. NOVEMBER 20, 1899. PRICE ONE CENT "& &. i ASSIGNMENT S Of Criminal Cases. ? Garber's Case Called In v Regular Order. Case vs. Wm. A. Norris to be Heard First. No Damages Awarded In East .Market Street Case. More' Statements Filed Court News. -General J The Garber case will come up for i trial in Common Pleas court this -week. The criminal cases will be , called Thursday and the Garber case ,' -will be reached in its turn. Garber, it I will be remembered, is charged with f promising a bribe to City Commis- sioner Daniel McGarry to influence fractio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 November 1899

E!!8r'Wvc',sr -fr "-J JSs -a?1 ' ,-Mp s I -.-v t r- I U is si i K 'Vwt NJ .4 3 I O! rM r.' P. :t r 1 y i i r; K - i i. . 1 t' T TIE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer Editors and Managers. Ed II. Dk La court, Mgr. AdyertUlng Ppt PUBLISHED BT TUB AKBON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFICE Democrat Block, Nos. 183 and 137 Main it. UON& DIBTAKCX FHOlOt 180. orrrflzfiS AND SXBXOTORS. President Jamxs V. Wiisn Vice-President, 4rrtnrv A. T. Paige Fed W. Gattkb WILLIAM T. SAWTXB Treasurer. JWO. MOMAHARA ED. H. De La Cockt. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, Second-Class MailMatUr. DellTered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CEKTS A WEEK By Mall $2.50 - - - L25torBlx Month! Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20 The County Commissioners Beam to be up against a very difflult prop osition in the annexation problem, judging from the time they are taking in resolring what to do. Kansas City -wants the honor of entertaining next year's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 November 1899

lifer to! Kh. mm SB& WW: ft-- are I - . '-- i -- 4,, B v- ki ' : If J--rf 4?r IP" as - :- K y is t I-.- . T I 8. L- K FOR SALE. KOR SALE Farm of SI acres. Good buildings, 6 miles west of city on the Bmlth road. Dr. I J. Baughman, Montrose, O. 118-195 FOR SALE OR TRADE-39 acres with good buildings and fences, rich tillable land, watered by springs and brook, fin flsh pond, orchard and sugar bush; close to Akron; price less than ttWO. J. I. Bnchtel, insurance ana loans ivj ?ouin uowuru si 170 tf CHEA.F3 Sacraflce sale of four lots, 50x152 feet on High st., near Crosier St., only 175 each. Six room house. North JI11I, nearly new, hardwood finish. I,coO. Good 60 acre farm, near Akron, for sale, would take city property in exchange. Money to loan at 6 per cent. - H.Jones Tel. 866 FOR SALE Every person who contem plates buying should see that new 8. Main su dwelling, just at end of pavement, nine rooms with attic and hath rooms, halls ce mented cellar, gas, furnace, hot -and cold wate...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 20 November 1899

5- ' wetw,1 ' i ' s . -'? - - ;i- c-rf'Jv-SS'- -v5e "-JSW' " rxr ' ftSf--J"T S- -4 r ' ' " T "? KW KT 4- ted tjj i E hi '-eh ff N rv The Weather Tuesday j! ) Bain and warmer. ' Black Crepons And Black Dress Goods ADVANCES ON" DRESS GOODS don't effect us, being early Buyers we own our stock at a low figure, therefore we give you great values for your money. $2.50 Silk and wool also mohair crepons, in iancy stripes and figures. $2.00 Mohair crepons, in fancy figures, blistered effects, etc., rich shades of black, are the only kind we handle. ' $1.50 OUR POPULAR CREPON This is the grade that our cus tomers buy most of. We have made it a point to give you a SPECIAL at this price. $1.39 56-in. black camel's hair, a popu lar material for suits and jackets. $1.25 Black whip cords and Bedford cords, in the best of black dyes, in different width cords. $1.00 A variety of black goods that cau'l be matched in diagonals, cheviots, poplins, camel's hair, English serges, etc., strictly ali w.ool....

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 21 November 1899

pSWprnw m WR5WH -t- 4r-JrrJ -if - tf s33? frj " v rr: -r- v rtr v - nose Bud Cream The bost remody for till rocghncss of shin, it is dulightfal &. a toilet requisite. Aak tor it as' C. B. Harper & Co.'s Drug Store. Fa ot Balls, Striking: sags, Bo xiLg Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds: Guns, Shells, etc, at lowest prices. GUNSTOHENT. Geo: S. Dales & Son, s.Mcifrcct. AKRON. OHIO, TUESDAY EYENING. NOYEMBER 21, 1899. t VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 184 PRICE ONE GENT AKRON D'AIUf DEMOCRAT. H .? r?1 i r K '," w i CtftfNTY Wants New Trial h Of Case Brought by Detectives. 0. .G, Barber Given a if-' 'Verdict For $2,040. Cross Petition Filed,. In Con gested Will Case. Cases Seiiled-Fees AIlowed-Gcncral Court News. Late Monday afternoon the attor neys for the Board, of County Com jnissloners filed a motion for a new trial'in the case in which the Cleve land defectives, Doran and DeCelle, sought to recover $1,G00 reward, of fered lor the arrest and conviction of Romulus Cotell. The jury las...

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