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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 24 November 1899

$??. "?wWi " -T v rVXi 5S55PH55wBf !, ls- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOYEJIBEIt 24 Zpg&& ? ,-T ,- " - ., Ff IP v.W'V,1 - '-4 ' St . i t.vi ' -r Ji hr,v ? i1 -- " i " . W kfe-JL,?'' m,i&- .-3.-3 J'i! '" F".i.T E" . j'- kVf- r" ;..& S 5iJ ! sBtff !' .tSifef- 1 .. H 1 J" V-i : . -t '.? .-"WT" K3s5 W.v' .- -$v l b S5 tt-r M - Vv.. wr-'.. i.r Zi m - f j? - ' F0" H '' ' L' fiv t fe5 ,i4. hj tf 1?.- r -. frT' r. .f f :xv t , v- if. VdfliiM03 rv " " WEM -ZS i IV SK , )tK ' ' ksrr4fr&LP i iTmriyv - ;i iney i 'Tf.- ir.. .. . hsESss ''" "Miucr aaiuruay "Warm er. ISsCOr Ttoctnii tAr 'Specials for : Saturday. Take a look into oar Cloak De partment and see our display of Coats, Suits and Capes. . At $10.00 jvf? v , TTAJtvrr TrorcftTr flTrofa in Kin a. Ps-PC3- S13 ten and castor browns; all ,"'; iiucu wiuj oKiuuer bLlll. -$:... . i ' r At sio.oo i JS, ". ' Clrilf nnrtaa In trrnfi: T-nrinfcv. Yon V &. i can Tiave them with a kersey body l ij -nlflia Jinnri ana rinnle. or ...

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. — 25 November 1899

wimfTrtmwrrmm Ini- IIW-gs?aKEA ?$'. fiafll ST vvs "STifflj V V . -HS r V. I y tk WP -7 i. &P . U. I.2 t ., ft$ Fot Balls, Striking Bass. mf Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All Kinas; uuns, Dneiis, etc. an lowest prices. GUNS TO BENT Geo. S. Dales & Son, b.mJtI street. I g VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 188 EVERY DAY Divorce Mill Grinds. Lottie Todd Files Charges Against Her Husband. Judge Kohler Grants Mrs. Seeholiz, ,,.' -Divorce and Alimony Hudson "r. Township Farmer Assigns Jo E. L. Filiius General Court News. . IjlS, "Divorce proceedings were begun la Common Fleas court Saturday by J$gr!? Mrs. Lottie Todd. She charges her husband, Charles E. Todd, with ba- ':iDitnalrdrunkenneBS atad gross neg (lect of" duty. The petition alleges 'that the defendant has threatened to strike the plaintiff and that she is afraid of him injuring her and for that reason she has resided with her mother. r The parties to the suit live in Ak ron. Decree Granted. Saturday morning Judge Kohler granted, a divo...

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. — 25 November 1899

JWKWWWfff vi 5! sSe3Bes'$K fSrwSi?8 Sf!riP? a fVr , ' ' - r ! "7'tVV. . v t : akron daily democrat. saturday, november 25 HV aS?' S?fflC e&Sa "t l jffV' f r- v mz rif.yp '. :I ,'i :'.' 1 f - .ftiJC j MS m. t. rr- t&ftt. J SF" ;" Kr ; V ar - F2r v L--S -i -v I? re ' 4-, W . i r&s'-,V CJ Si- i , y P". iW Rf. " lJi . fcCKT r-w P Ur- 7 rw . 'c Ki i't ' f . 5 -"- Frf ItT J '?. ,, ' S" k i IP s .- a 'SS- fa. :J ? -v r-5 &. t- P- m "fe-. 5&- ? Services1 Over 'Hobart's Re mains Today., fcKESEDEKT AT 2HE FC3ERAL. -"Members of the Cabinet. Supreme Court, ocua.urs ana Representatives at ffis 'P'eSerTlce at Boose and Church Thousands Saw Bemalns Yesterday. Usw, Yoez, 3Jov. 25. The funeral of lh8late Crarrett A. Hobart, vice presi- neni; 01 tne United States, took place to day at Paterson, N. J., services being first held at Carroll Hall, the Hobart liome, and after that at the Church of the Redeemer. The services at the house were for the family, the president and his cabine...

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. — 25 November 1899

VfilPkgm m J? f Vf 'Wr$$&&F&' W -' "' ' ffVg!" r i' S 11 AKRON DALl.1 DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 ?t.-?gg?gS& 4.- i ill m n ! A REASON FOR IT. There Is Only One Pile Cure That Has Reached a National Pop ularity and Reputation. There are many popular medicines that are known In every household in America. There are blood purifiers, nerve tonics headache remedies, dyspep sia cures, and cough cures, which are soldjn every drug store in the nation and beyond. But all of these must divide their popularity with many rivals, no one remedy has, the field to itself, with the exception of pile cures, for it is a singular fact that there is but one Eile cure that can be considered as aving a national reputation, with out a rival ana tne reierred to is tne Pyramid Pile Cure which for seven years has steadily worked into the public favor by reason of its extra ordinary merit, until it is known from Maine to California, and from Manitoba to the gulf. It is true there are many ...

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. — 25 November 1899

K-fPppS gES py'rn AKRON. DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 E -'- it v --w-Tapipg5?-'f-r Js-jf"!! w f a. M - CV1- J rf-rt .E " r TiVHHHHH - & j-5- af S'iS ' m -. At 8 - is3 & itv-:5- tf 'l t fk v : ZF br? 7 - 8 i it? n ;,y 1 Edit M &A&Y DEMOCRATfSImply Suggestions C4 W fliver EdHar nd'Mangr. XpHiPnIq,OoTOT. Mgr. JLdTertimiB Dept X-ViZZ. &? TT ifjv- .Wir (V. -3!S- v J" 5:"84 AKBON demodeSt COMPANY pemocrftt Block, Sot. us and W Itolnit. - " uira rson uu. "? - y-.-rc r.v v;y v" H ' ?-' fc& . ".." i xe- S' 2 . ' IOTT10XE JLKD Brxxcnosa. toSSSSSvs , T'MTf V. Welsh Secretary .Tri J xrensurer. A 1 T A TCV 3han W.'gayxb Edw. 8 Hastsb. jsb. h. Da la. Coubt. .WllLIAJt T. 8A.WTXB . JHO. MCr AlLiBA Entered at the Pottoffloe at Akron, OMo, as f 4. Second-Clm MaU Itatter. Delivered Every Evening T Carrier Boy . - v 6 CENTS A WEEK JByMallJZSO - - - (US tot Sir Month Official Paper of the City of Akron. to Telephone the democrat call KO. 180. SATURDAY, KOYEMBER 25 ffiTRA...

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. — 25 November 1899

SS(&Spj3?F "jrB?R5S 4-aa?3&2f.'-- '-:KiSSr " r '"SSVwJ Jf-"' "(! 7 AEROT DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 m M If J ! ft -frf K u i n iu I Hi i. - n r. i VU t -rf li 1 I w v. Ft fk i if v li i IWlieh-ty Money Saving values In Suits" and Overcoats. To mate this week a record breaker a momentous Overcoat and Top Coat Sale, we will compel the at tention or everv overcoat ana This great stock of heavy outer garments we place on sale at prices" which will start a .tremendous selling. (h Mftir Ml n 181 fjErr r-tlli 'II W M?Trf wsHaiM. ' i i i-rrr a UNDERWAIST sB s JWt Blsr 134 HOLDSTEIN & CO. DONT THINK YOU HAVE READ ALL THE NEWS IN THE PAPER TODAY UNLESS YOU - - READ "THIS AD. - - We mean to make you come here for your Suit, Overcoat, Fancy Vest and Trousers- If Reliabla Goads and Low Prices Will Do It. The fabric, the style, IlnisTi and make-up stamp our clothing perfect as can be made by human hands. Putting us to the test costs you nothing, if clothing are not perfectl...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 November 1899

iW iff5 -&& afH 5-j' , -41 ''HrTf!grj!,)ft9569ff "ej?5S T, f tv fM" r . . -M7 - i "B L w ftp" r. n J gp LvfMi,,M,i, v I ff!1 " - .GOLDDTJST :WT The h'l J i Washing Woman's Best Friend. fi,1-, J-IGHT IN NIGHT, " ' .-Aleak vinds across th mifMH .-j, ., i.u . k , &Kb star aalnes from the blue'. 'O'ns'an the onlorsotten lirht &,ln4he dear, eyes of you. ht.izr .,. ... . isJr laajr, not dream or know, ir.fedy tail iv comes fii the dart n rata. . i SH'1 hire low Ton t -I it Vraa cor mni 4a 1,m n ih1 ., ... fl?"t .l.-i , - UHiJC, 'ff.j"' "i pare ana Dngntl f pobts of red wrath and crimson to ft impoundment that is rtite. retSsa I V H. , i ft war not Brach, to rield mtUi .-nlrt ra I?. f i&Forrealms with Joy'replrte . , And" in' the duksess, clinging to a cross, f-t aura mercy ai yoar leet. fCp light ,1a never nicht'when the street thought if Of loTt is with 'us still. t , . .... e Q, 9w 4orei crusi our scourgeu, aaa "Tpnf art ta dtouem.' 'J.ie-l0Teia withuaitiai iiU P -wi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 November 1899

ssikwsi JV r ." " ;. "- iifrs w:-rT'r .- Traiis. - y -JSr -iy-- . - 9 , AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT, .SATURDAY, NOY.EJIBEE 25 Bt i; -" 7 Si " K ' . . . BWWw? It II' If e ii I EM i E1' i; - If 1 If. 1'. B r$ l" i t i : ;, "iCOOtooflOfQfaaoioidoeoaioso:eaoaoioaoosoiov 2f 8 .nnmTi 8 ARCTIC s TIDAL WWVVrfWWA St --' o Thrilling J- o .Experience Among 2 "The Glaciers of Alaska. iJ se eoooeooc8osoooec8ooo8caoeioaoooeoecoosceo '" Mrs. Howard Kingscote, who is "the "laughter of Sir Henry Drummond Wolff and the granddaughter of Dr. Joseph Wolff and Lady Georgiana Walpole, has been until recently a member of the "smart, set" at London. Colonel Kings cote, her husband, is commandant of the Forty-third regimental district of Ox ford. The first indication that the soci ety obtained of Mrs. Kingscote's pecul iar financial dealings, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, was In connection with a check given her by a multimillionaire beer lord, whose ale is of worldwide re nown. It was definitely, stated that, be i...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 25 November 1899

Sagsp ; -.. i?--.. fepigB &3&g8ft'&s , t- 'nr-wc' - -ijvtri-V o- r.-sj(Bg - - - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 25 0&&" ysSZ t.' " 1$c to i Rr' l& P, lto; i AS L?W LVa Fja- 3 .M V, itw hi is? ' l J- ig , sfc.isBssrB !' . tt 3 Tie Weather Sunday Bain. Items of Interest liiili! TJicc snow'wiite TaMe Linens and Napkins will add GREATLY to the ENJOYMENT of your THANKSGIVING DINNER. It $1.25 a Yard 72-in. doable damask table linens in. the most beautiful deslgns,with X'napkina to match. This linen cannot be matched for f 1.50. a '.At $1.00 a Yard 72-in. heavy damask table linen in a big variety of patterns with nap- jviub u iuaicn ; regular ?i.zo graae. At $8.50 a Set 8 yards square heavy double dam ask, table cloths with napkins to .MMVWU - UW UOUiUUUD XVI AAU.OU.O in'clothB is increasing. - .- - At $3.29 to $T.TS a Set This includes the cloth and nap kins In a large assortment of pat terns. Jjook over this line, it can't help.but interest yon. SILKS. tA...

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 November 1899

HHIHBSSSSESBSCmDBE -B HMfrrP'wn Miff 'i i n I F&S&&E UJETT VT. u ' I lin iTl n mm 1 . '' S!SHft,--S.T iS .'i-pW-i-ITafiwiOiSSOCr j-jr , t-sei f'tfi.ir ' v - KT -,." Frtd. Laub'sSpfdalsfor Thanks giving, Nov. 30. -Spare Bibs, Tenderloins, Bali Oysters 25c per qt. Order your TUBKEYS FOB THANKSGIVING now. All kinds of Dressed Poultry. , People's Cash Meat Market, 1 1? N. Howard st. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Bacrs' Laicaster Almanac for . . . 1900 "Ti HA8 ABBIVED AT Steinbacner's, 1 04 E. Market st -h AKRON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 27, 1899. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 189 PRICE ONE CENT -. ra'E!iBSssE?ir.'i jiiim- Ji.j-iji.'sss -- M ainaniliMihltti i i urn nun tnr T'"' - --. - W I i :1 M l, NOW For a Greater Akron. Board Will Compromise Annexation. on Parts That Belong to Akron to-be Taken In. Unimproved Property, For the Most Part, Will be Excluded Definite Action This Week. Akron Is to bo a little bigger, at any rate. The County Commissioners have been talking over the matter...

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 November 1899

? "&E- S&.-fS' 5v KVi-, -?-3U(3E3P asPfW'tf8"1 6 gg&?l0fyg3 Tit1- """ v r r).i , g fi-9 v. if b K &, I ' r ' ft' t . - F , - Br iu '- r e ' & i e '-r V i tt K Is 8 l' m ft! 1-: iffl DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. HrtM Frei W. Giyer Edgars and Mtntgsrs. H-P'UOoto, Mgr. AATtztlttot Pt IHK . .TOBIJ!HH BT AKBON DEMOORAX COMPANY Democrat Block, No, xes and 1S7 Main it. 0:r8 DISTAJtOS PHoara l. rreWent jaioui V. Wiush v ice-jtrenaent 4, t. pxige .iw. c Ktrjr 1?n AT fAWB treasurer. 'WniiAii T. Sawtzr SDW.8. Hum JXO.MCXAXABA an. XI. UJC AU. OOUST. Kntered at the Foitofflce at Akron, Onto, as Second-Class UauHaUar. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMaUtJJO ... il tor Blx Months Official Paper of tha City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 130. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Akbojt's bank clearing last -week were $392,600; Youngstown's, $27G, 624; Springfield's, $282,667; Canton's, $256,000. This is tho usual lead of a $100,000 or more in Akron's lavor. r Sena...

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 November 1899

HSwR5: "iW fess-K IPSfS -3 .'.'- KJ" VS?$W"; J l x AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT,. -MONDAY, NOYEMBER 27 LiSKssiMfe ft n it FSR SALE. FOB SALE Tie business of the late J. W. ilttle, consisting of millinery and ladles furnishings. Inquire of Jay W. Little. 121 S. Main st. 1S9-191 FOR SALE Farm of 61 acres. Good buUdlngt, a miles -rest of city on the Bmlth road. Dr. I J. Baughman, Montrose, O. 118-193 FOB SALE OB TRADE 39 acres with ood buildings and fences, rich tillable land, watered by springs and brook, nno fish Jond, orchard and sugar bush: close to Akron; price less than 12.500. J. I. Bachtel, Insurance pd loans, 183 South Howard st. 170 tf FOB SALE Every person who contem plates buying should see that new S. Main ft. dwelling, just at end of pavement, nine rooms with -ttlo and bath rooms, halls ce mented cellar, gas, furnace, hot. and cold roter, well, cistern and sewer. This com plete home can be purchased for less than f?,000 if sold soon. J. I. Bachtel, 1SS South Howard st. FOB SALE O...

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. — 27 November 1899

u- t !"3i wse!yi v. 'j p,s?'2-sr 55 KBt i ?r . AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 fef. "- E.. S-ti-fti. : SAT mis it.. &i v 'v's-kt S&v t ttLi,3f3l' rfV -c?"1 ." Ivt I" v. .. ')' Air; 3r c.o. Ks1 -? as '. r- - tf -Ji. - ST - S si , a .Ma if.. Z 'J ji. rl utcr SCS' lSfc, !.- V 4 S ".. . . l - S t- 5- 3' t tt v " .: L5, f rr !c I Yjz k " " - ? The Weather Tuesday Cloudy. II KB " SILKS - A durable outfit for a small out lay can be had at our Drees Goods ' and Silk Counters. Every season there. seems to be a stronger de mand for SILKS to be given as Christmas Presfintn. "OTa show everything conceivable in the J3U.juine. " At $2.0fl n Yard Heavy blistered effects in mohair iwju su&ana 'wool crepons mane a very handsome costume. This has heen our best season in crepons we ever had. At $1.73 a Yard Silk and wool crepons in fancy ngures; aiso Bayadere stripes. These eoods have never been sold 'for less than $2 a yard. At $1.50 and $1.39 a Yard. Thes6 goods are the mostpop...

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 November 1899

iLw.'rw;'TS- - --, sTf.'.- ',! R.Jli w 5 I .- DAILY DEMOCRAT. Foot Balls, Striking Bags, " Boxing Gloves, Atnletic Goods All kinds; Guns, Shells, etc. at' lowest prices. GUNS TO KENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s.Madfltreet. Rose Bud Cream The best remedy for all rouirnnesii of Bkin.it is delightful a. Kie? requisite. Ask (or it at - C. B. Harper &Cos Drag: store. -r '. - --'..-.tj-' . .. AKRON. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 28. 1899. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 190 PRICE ONE GENT. ' -'- It -3 "i mmm AKRON t I -i u -i i- ). urn si IT -s. r, h I i 4 m ' i-1 EXPENSIVE For Summit County Will be the Decennial Appraisement. Cost May Amount to $10,000. r s Ttvnnfu.Fvn Man Will do the Work. Skilled Labor Will be Required Making Maps. Tho decennial appraisement of the real estate of Summit county, which will be made during the spring of 1900, will involve an enormous amount of labor and entail a large ' sxpense upon the county. In speaking of this matter to a DBMOCPATreporterTuesday morn ing A...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 November 1899

ipaaaegpss., -'WWSW LV-i z?k "!? " -4 iff. SjC-f "if1- . K5 :,t tfff , - -,vS- "'-. ? :r I' -. E? " Jb ? ' : 5 H L5 P 1, ' iV T J J ' .' -f f lfc' SP ic Ii: 5" . -L? iv i v. i W tor Kv r- i i tf It w ilStr captdhed: Such a ReportPrinted In a Ber lin Paper. -tLSO K1TAL BBIGiDE LOS? 100. Information May Be True, cs tho Paper Has Printed Boer Communications Underttood That Sixth Division May Be Sloblllzed. r IiOnX)X. Nov. 2S. Thn whereabouts of the Ninth lancers, who were sent in pursuit of the Boers from Gras Pan, caused anxiety. JLheXJaily Mail said that a private lejrram announces that th lancers are Brill Scouting ahead of Methuen's ad vancing column, but, as he announced Sunday that he -was giving his men a day's rest, this is hardly possible. Indeed, the greatest anxiety was felt, and more especially in new of tiae fact that a Eerlin journal, The Deutsche j 7 Jwfa . wmims WmBfm 'VT. (JES. SIK C. F. CLERT, Commaudinz Second Division In Tlrst Army Corps. Warte, which prints Boer co...

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

4Hr?ffH!?lttii4U PPS1 "fap . '7.5KSr- AW fc rrr AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. NOVx.MBr.Jfct 28 K to. frl J r HT I W Rfe "TRY, TRY AGAIN." Yef. 'tis n olrt, old saw indeed; Tet, e'er you scorn. I ask yoa The proverb in new light to read. I premise not to taslc you. The simple words yield not alone Earth'a secret of successes. Who crops their deeper thought doth own The key to all that blesses To conquest o'er besetting sin. The saddened soul dejecting; To prayer that doth full answer win; To character perfecting; Jo heaven itself, reached by no bound, But theirs who, struggling duly. Do mount life's lsdder, round by round. As sings the poet truly. 'Aye. mere than world wise is h. Who heeds this raying olden. Bis shall the "Well done!" plaudit be. The crown and scepter golden. Good Housekeeping. ANOTHER MAN IN THE HOUSE. He Was mistaken For a Iiover, Tout Confessed Tiat Ho was a t Bars:' Borglar. JDonaghue knelt at the door and put i practiced ear at the keyhole. There tras a faint s...

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

Jt 'f ' yFF5"'""! SS&? K5- " r Fv J rr-Vv AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUSDAY. NOVEMBER 28 3: -". 5psiTS?3 & r-e.z c ss. . li !' &.$ '- E fe- s ;? !i K? w & i t H . & LI? E fc. ,T. Pfe 5? ? V - :z frHE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harier prtl W. Gayer Editcn and Managers. Sd H. Da Iq.ConT, Met. AflTertUlnt Dcpt THE AKRON DBMnmuT OOMPAKY Democrat Block, Nos. is ana 17 Main. it. 5? sisxjufoa PHoim 1M. president . .' ... tiv v.Tiish " arer.. VtxLixjji T. Bxtms Ed. H. Db JdOoOTtT. Entered at the Poitofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Bocond-Clasi Mall Matter. Delivered Erery Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK SylIalUl.K) . . . iijaforBlx Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 The County Commissioners -will go about half way on the annexation petition, annexing part of the terri tory proposed in the petition ; exclud ing par t. This -will be better than no extension of the corporate limits at all, but it remains to be see...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 November 1899

sZ?ff?Sy5SSs'it?y4BJsBrJ aaaaaaiaaaJaw...-.--r'r .- - , - -- pmpiPP mmZzztZs t Mftvii j TtiT5PflPHMBBEj?-j'Lfc. v " Vi2rT !,; -XUiV .j r--i,"y TTT gJjS;',l!?'t9 "'' ' ?P-t V-J'W v'!I55;r1iV,3r?rV, str :":V'-r'SF5-j r UK f r?. I--"- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28 hir r- K Stoves I RjQ fPBSSHtKHaHBaBBBBBBBBBBI KflH (9late!f6nPSHaKKaLH& May & Fieoeyer 1 12-1 14-1 16 Over IOO Seoond-Hand Stoves. - iVTCTORIES 01 PEACE. THANKSGIVING THE SUBJECT OF DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. Dc Enumerates Many of the Blesa- Inc Per WMcb. AVo Should Be Thankful Machinery Has Lighten ed Burdens God Sent the Wheel. tCopyrieht, Ionli Elopsch. 1630 Vashecgtox, Nor. 26. This dis course of Br. Talniage Is a sermon of preparation for the national observ ance of this week and in an unusual way calls for the gratitude of the peo ple; the text, Ezekiel x, 13. "As for the wheels. It was cried unto them in my hearing, O wheel!" -Next Thursfiny will, by proclamation Df president find governors, be ob serv...

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

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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. — 28 November 1899

ff'' - .. ir-'ljW' sT-; fCfr Vr -"1 -T,5g?3 X 4rV-f-t anxx. iox.&JJAi: NOVEMBER 28 LXXIVXI ii n AAAAAAAJAAOOAC ocoo4o4oooso$oo4o0osoosoo4ooojojooo5c i MARVIN KUHNS e? Thrilling Episodes In the Life of the Notorious Desperado. " " BY FRANK DILDINE aO'So5oooSos0'So5o5oS'0oO'JoSoSoS0'oS'00'ooSoo "" One of the most noted desperadoes that ever infested northern Indiana or roamed through the counties of central and northern Ohio was Marvin Kuhns, -nho is now serving a life sentence in the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus for the murder cf William Campau, a horse trader, at Fostoria, O., on the night of the 19th of November, 1800. For a few days after its commission the murder was a mystery. The body of Campau was found the nest morning, Jast in the outskirts of the town, lying alongside the railro 'd tract No one knew who had done the deed, and for the first two days of the coroner's inquest even the name of the murdered man was not disclosed. He was a stranger to everybody. It remained ...

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