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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 28 November 1899

pStepssi4 . i ' - - "s-yv' 'ivJ.-fSKC5'S!i' 'lT'? -"FjfFS'-a Ksp'v? fB""!?:j:;''::?! :v SM?r 2S& IF , 4.- 3 AKRON DALLY DEMOCRAT. TU.hS.DAi, Nu XubjsaH aq : Vf -rt j-m-,.' 8 r Ivt &, E&- ij M v A-, jn . B i. f lis lr V Ia V rC t :- N &t ' t-j n H 'tS..s PS-- I 7.1 IS .. If. & i", w v tA H yvyiyiLcy r jr The Weather Wednesday Warmer. D 1IIUI1 We have made a "Reputation" on Linens which grows stronger every day. Many a Table will be adorned with a SNOW WHITE TABLE CLOTH with NAPKINS to match on Thanksgiving Day from the BOSTON STORE, We now call your attention to HOLIDAY LINENS. , Linen Table Sets Cloth and napkins to match," made up of real German linens in, the most beautiful designs of wearers' art. a.SOaset. Af$r.2S and $T.7S a Set We 'have a bis assortment at this rlce; each pattern different. The emand for patterns in cloths grows stronger, as some people prefer the border all around the jwothin preference to Buying lin ens by the yard. At $6.65 to $3.29 a Se...

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. — 29 November 1899

5"JESst iN - -rJ- " l-i5 v 'r-9pj 33ri&z53niFvy -- "5HT T?l PSTMW wmmgm rfyj -i' lfes-1- TT'-'i ' ' 'SrCs.iY'tt--V ' -vs- - ;, - . " ? vSr,:3;S.yr ' - j-i ts" J . ? w" -P jj -V c rs .a-. w ?.. c jsr Nl iFrttf-Laub'sSpMlalt for Thanks giving, Nov. 30. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. ! - . . Baers' Lancaster i qaa , Almanac for . . . I 7)J HAS ABRIVED AT Steinbacner's, 1 04 E. Market st. fj CnoM "Rthc TATirtprlnlnc.Tlnllr OvKtprR 25o per qt. Order your TURKEYS FOB THANKSGIVING now. All kinds of Dressed Poultry. People's Cash Meat Market, 1 1 7 N. Howard st. x VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 191 AKRON. OHIO, WE N SDAY EVENING. NOYE.B R 29. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT r m- t. r JURY Will Hear the Case Against Councilman Sh urn way, Dec. 7. -Judge Anderson Overruled ; tSSjg moiion io yuasn. James McKnight Contests His -' Father's Will. Hterdict For Plaintiff Rendered Court News. The case against Councilman - Dwight Shumway of Cayahoga ptiks.Falls, for alleged misconduct in of tQce, was hegun in. Probate court g...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 November 1899

'r: $gr5 - ' :-"- -- ' .- p-Xii. ,s,?5f -"-.-"ST "Vivi. v-!-"Ut.-: g:t.'v?4J.y.-g '; .v-"..- 5- Oi a' Jt r- 2 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY.- NOVEMBER 29 fcta. '..T, pSj- '.'rj&l Si ;a k?" -'i5 S . SS.f i nL&Ls irij i i'- Ift ?x R'5 l& fT'- w S&- S - ,v !r ire a. 'r - R( t f jj. 3s , ; Mf U.S.SHIPKEARLYLOST Terrible Voyage of Sailors and - - Soldiers to Manila. BAILED THE VESSEL FOE CITS tie lananente Sprang a Leak, Was Ua- """""" ana Short of Food 31a Mnery Damaged Vessel Boiled In a TypUooa .For Over Two Days. Manila, Nov. 29. When the trans port Mananeuse anchored in Vatiiia bay, from Ban .Francisco, there -were Beyerul feet of water in her hold, and '400 grimy, creasy, hungry, exhausted soldiers and sailors bad been passing buckets of -water since Nov. 17, night and day. First Assistant Engineer Dnnleavy was under arrest, and accord ing tolieut'enant Colonel Webb Hayes' official report, the chief engineer would aibo nave Deen under arrest if there had been any ...

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

igPpflPIIII IHRff,rw5SiJtC3" -y )fjr(5r- F t -r- sxt, rvLea ?, -to ?rsyXT!isW?i 4s ' r Ji- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. ITOYE2B.3.b:R 2k) . sr-- ' SSBIWS-PW' && k v " I'm an old coffee drinker and the only coffee that reminds me of the grand coffees of thirty years ago" EMPRE Old Government Maleberry Java, 30c per lb Tea and Csffes Dept., JL O'NEIL & CO. THE FIRST FIRE OF THE 8EAS0N. "Hcnr It ltsps, in dince excited; How it sleeps, in tnuxe dellghtrfj How it loom in liquid shining. How it glooms In wan declining-. While wound the health we gather, One and all, la the blealc and wiady weather Oi the fall! Friendly Same, remote Chaldean Seen cl name effaced, Sabean Shepherds in the elder ages, Persian bards in mystic pages, Thee adored, for so di?nely "Streamed thy light, P1 we follow and mihrlnc thee, Spirit bright. Sear the friends each heart rememberi As in cheer we stir the embers. Bid the ash renew its beauty. Sparkle, flash and glow till duty, Through the comfort...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 November 1899

Jr2"i.OT J?: "A -si ? rT f ,,--- i;?f ," , - 4f4s: :Ksr-?5, , . .- rtLtr fs-1 ' TV -1Sfr' JNCBJW-J.1- it V tVi Pi . Li ' rf :5s E? " i-r , f PX hS iIBE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw-. S. Harier Fni W. Giyer EdKortand Htnagn. EoH.De IU.OonET, Met. Adverting Dpt THE AKKnrsssss&S! OOMPAKT M!t8 PiBTAaca paowa 190. EDW. B- HABTXtt JH0. JIONAHJlBA Ed. h. d LToora "" Entered nt tho PostolHce at Akron. Ohio, as Socond-Claai Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier B07 5 CENTS A WEEK By34a.lltt.fio ... 11J6 tor Six Months Official Paper o! the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 THE JACKSON BANQUET. The banquet and celebration of Jackson Day was such a splendid success last January that the Demo crats of Akron have concluded to again observe the event on Monday evening, January J$. A committee was appointed by theAkron Demo cratic club last evening to make preliminary arrangements. Coming at a time -when a Republi can Congress, presuming too much upo...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 November 1899

lfr - -TS-R?S?! RS?SPs";3T-35a.- ZT'SwaWfi?5 f r'- 5- -Wr -fc:r,)' W .'" ...V- 3.--ys. Fp3 pl - r 5 V .. " ,t AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDKSDai. i0Vx.A8n,R 2U 5. &T n --Sc!P fc ' y &.'. I GEO. HAAS, GROCER PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT Telephone 478. 12f North Howard st. FOR RENT L. J. HEFFERNAN, THE PLUMBER 2&0& "W. Market st. WOMAFS WORLD. SECRETARY LONG'S DAUGHTERSEEKS HEALTH IN COLORADO. American Women In London Revolt of tbe Bine Grass Balle "Women Learning; Oratory A Few Seams Are STo-tv the Fad. Miss Helen Long, second daughter f the secretary of the navy, will spend the winter in Colorado owing to pul monary trouble. Miss Lung's friends assert that she contracted the cold which seems to have been the beginning of her de cline at the dinner served on the Dol phin, given about the middle of Feb ruary. The weather was inclement, and the exposure to the strong river breeze proved very disastrous. 'Miss Long spent the day on the boatj which was anchored just off the navy yard,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 November 1899

i&firWZfi J52tv" epif V iL- f " -to - ia-SSi A AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WM)NtSDAl. NOVJSfc.'BEB, 29 A i j hft1 Hs 2 fejt- iS f . : fr - t Ik. IV 13 Li rev. v I" - V rk ,-. R 4. X r- u t & IS M IS 3 11 lit . if, B&. .- . V S?3 Pi few ft' w r- r w, $? r ft. Wash the tilsfcoo QaickiyF Ycra'caii'if yott use-'GoidDusti It floes most of the work. It saves time,moa' V ey and labor. 8ad tor tic boottat "Qoldta Bsles tot Zousworfc." THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY CUdt Et.Lo.li NewTorfc Boston CONTENT. iHtd I a cbana to ehxpe my life new, ;The sense to know the shoddy from the truej I could not hope to gain so fair bliss hi lavish fortune ffsve me, dear. In you. I could net hope so fair a bliss to gain, 'the lack whereof would leare existence Tain, Wherefore have I no shadow of desire. o hlot away mj penury and pain. My penury and pain to blot away Ah, comrade of my1 spirit, who can say That he has pain whose unavailing pangs Bo soft a hand is lilted to allay T r And penury? Why, that is...

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

-S - -tV V"1-" - SvSp v "' & i&- i Grand Lot Remember that no more beautiful allotment can be found in Summit county. This allotment is put on the. market upon terms that cannot fail to suit those wishing to invest in real estate. . - Remember that we do not make the price, but the purchaser. To this offer we say to you we will not charge you any interest and we will pay the taxes until the lot you purchase is paid for, and if you pay cash we willfdis count your purchase 10 per cent, and a full and complete abstract will be given you for each lot sold, v . w ' : Terms of This Sale Are $10 Cash and $5 Per Month Uutil Paid For V - ' - This allotment is but a short distance north of Barberton, and is a beautiful location. Barberton is not a boom town, 'but is growing at a rapid pace by reason of its solid and substantial factories. No one can makea mistake by purchasing real for. THINK OF THE TERMS : $IO Cash, and $5 per month until paid ' Ask for tickets to Lawndale Park Allot...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 29 November 1899

fpSffvpJi m$$jrpFww- -!." T&&wwr "V" . "J" . ." -t- Y f S? AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. MXViBEB, 22 K-A'!5!fr. j. . .4 M .- u- ' ; i st ft fe 3 f-ST 5 "i vi. i ijy. Bfk . S K- 9-. 4 x r 135 &- Si li 5c ir- w"t &- r t-er SI r. K r P l i r h- h m sf I s & r &. R IIS g f I lw m$ The Weathers-Thursday- Cooler TVe haveour Stock of Silks in for the HOLD) AT TK ADE. A nice Taffeta or Black Satin Waist Pattern makes a nice Christmas Gift. It is advis- ' able' to" select your present's early, a& best patterns go rBt, , At $1.00 a Yard Fancy taffeta silks, some exclu sive ralst patterns in all shades, 'corded silks and satins in plain colors are having the preference this eeason. We have any shade l yonVant. At TSz a Yard - Plain and changeable taffeta silks can he used f or waists or skirts: thv am not, the "loaded" kind that -will crack; they are made f lor wear. At 50c a Yard J Plain satins, all silk; also some very preiiy iaucy ouk.b, kuuu DfrriDO. tKAv arc...

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

"5 -?-5 WJUa- l-'A -eri fc.v' .. i : -- stt r ..-' "? 'T" ' 1 "C "C- - i - jwr -?- , C-A- . v &. Fred. Latin's Specials for Satur day, Dee. 2. Spare Ribs, Tpnderloins.Bulk Oy6ters 25oper qt. TURKEYS and all kinds of Dressed Poultry. People's Cash Meat Market, l it H. Howard St. &KRON DAILMI DEMOCRAT Baers' Laicaster i oaa Almanac for . . . i 7UU HAS ARRIVED AT Steinbacners, 104E. Markets!. - rsi" , PRICE ONE CENT VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 193 AKRON. OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING? DECEMBER 1. 1899. l-f & & V ? i : ii" & ei. fS? VI r $ ft t K -T, & II 4 f I if V-W SETTLED Two Damage Cases. Miss Jennings and Mother Will Get $2,500. County Commissioners Get an Injunction Against the Pennsylvania Rail way Company. Plenty of Thanksgiving Marriages Court News. The damage cases against the Bap id Transit Company; in -which Miss Gertrude Jennings and her mother. Mrs. Nora Jennings, were plaintiffs, were settled Friday out of court for- S2,500. The plaintiffs had each got a verdict ...

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. — 1 December 1899

a ia''-'vB!AJ jv, -'M' a. SfJti?jJsr' i-- "?-' J J-- -!,.. i iSS I I I I HBKHBHaFSF -ft . WSSSSSSsssSSSS iBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSlSBHiSSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSl "V TS''--''--- 'JJftcTx fr -.!SSFit-f f - i. - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, DECEMEBR 1 . iX .w- L3 ? 2 !&: f- rs- !-.-' W& k flilli "The Bunion Shoe" Plenty of room for enlarged joints, closely fitting elsewhere. This de scribes in a few -words shoes made on the "Bunion Last;" it Is the only shoe in the -world that will fit the foot, -with a bunion or an enlarged joint. TVe have them In Congress orXace. Mothers, Vhen yon are looking for shoes for the children, don't fail to see our as sortment of Children's and Misses' shoet ; we can show you the best fit ting, vide toe last in tho city. Mb 109 South Howard st. New Shoe Store. . Rebels Driven From Trenches . - at Pavia, Island of Panay. TWO A2IERICA5S WERE KILLED. Prlsoaer Brought Xews of GUUnore anil Party tuna Had Them Lined Vp For .Execution Agui...

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. — 1 December 1899

5?rfS--Yf"' VaFS "V" ' T- ,J TiJitr' " 1 T- -:s -; & - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. PRIDAY. DECEMBER 1 3 if- 1 flMOAJV IS THE TIISIsE TO TMIHJK ABOUT Xmas Slippers and Shoes TUnvn r- TSnUllnrr Vni fo,. useful. But ia the meantime vre are offering SPECIAL PRICES on C Men's, Ladies' Boys' and Children's eUftrC RELIABLE : Come in if you 6IO SNOW EATING MANIA. A PECULIAR HABIT THAT DEVEL0P8 IN THE KLONDIKE. The Appetite, "When Once Acquired, la Extremely Difficult to Control, and to Indulge It Scans a Short Cat to the GrnTe. Every great discovery in tho world's history has brought with it an accom panying affliction, an'd it remained for tho Klondike to develop a peculiar mania that threatens to outrival opium eating. Among the residents of the far north it Is known as the "snow habit," and it Is said to he incurable. A returned Qondiker tells the strange story. "There are many strange things in the Klondike," said the narrator, "but perhaps the strangest and that about which nothing has b...

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. — 1 December 1899

?5t,? ti 5jsw3sj it "PJ a?$3 pi?tKws4! V V s? ...- y -t5 AKRON DAILY DBMOCRAT. FRIDAY. DECEMEBR 1 v - fc-.V?9B i -f tf5 c L V. " '- K Xrj -yt -- '?-4 ?-& f . Y SL - R err ?i St "i i- Ct 1. lA - . r i. K Vt :- i.'-jrf fc"V v- : ort. -. 'l v?: iff. & v- - - 11 -V til U T'' S.V A It' . Ur - f '.Ji &. USE.. . . is5 T L rTHE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harter Fni W. Gtjer f Editors and Managirt. EDH.DLi,oOTntT Mgr. AdrertUlne pt TTT-E A Tro n " ""SUED BT THE AKBON DEUOOBXT COMPANY democrat Blotk, S52us ui w Win ft. , msa-piBTAtrox raon ISO. omoxss as uxioniu. 3rMldAnfc Vice-PiWdeat Secretary -JX1CU V. WIL6H Ifxid w.'gatxb X.T. i"XIOI Trejunrer " ",v7rV'r aTiii i-DW.B. HjJITIB JXO.MONAMASA KD. H. Dl lu. OOUET. Entered at ; the Poitofllee at Akron, OWo, as Isecona-Clasi Mill Mtter. Delivered ETery Evenlne T Carrier Boy S CENTS A WEEK ByMaUJ0 ... lueforBIx Months Official Paper of tht Clfy of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. FBIDAY, DECEMBER 1 A boom lor ex-Gov. James H...

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. — 1 December 1899

5. --,V'vi - -' '-Vv ' -ifvyi iir"5 t ,j! BC -i!-f s, - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT: PRIDAT. DECEMEBR 1 p"! I4 B t r & fi Thbs asd Now. To say that a man has Bright'6 disease was once considered equivalent to saying that he stood in the valley of the shadow of death. The end was only a question of time. But that was before "Warner's Safe Cure had spread its benefits over the land. 0. H. Lincoln, of Medford, Mass., says: " I had typhoid fever, and af ter it came kidney trouble, and it was whispered around that I had Bright's disease of the kid neys. I knew what that meant, so I pitched the medicine I had outdoors. I then bought one bottle of "Warner's Safe Cure, and took it according to direc tions. The first bottle gave me relief and I bought a second. Before that was gone I had gained nearly ten pounds. I continued taking Safe Cure, and it cured me." "I am Sffcy-nine years old, and enjoy as good health as any man of my age. If anyone has kidney trouble and "Warner's Safe Cure will not...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 1 December 1899

' - "V jr. S "VT"-:Vfvr 'r- -T-t .- ; it -lit-.'" JMIF . -: 6 AXRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. jDAY. DECEMBER 1 ls$? &2 -fzZS&&h -Vf '" -5-pH Mc 'S. .Vi A1 r, i- 'Mr- 1,-r fc. h rvjr li rTN l-r 1 1 & l-V fc I " VJ ' I . i I "" IS'l R- v -. as j-- . & ',- -t . 'iTS.- if LV v i v U t f te . - te?N rr- 3 -? &.IL Iv i k. ITSA t-A- ' ft' .'"T - is !? A' 'J r ) n . i i lv 19$- ft- $l , jt W t. .JCZa?'- 3 IT IS IMPORTANT To Know What You Are Taking When Using Catarrh Medicines. Catarrh Is the short route to con sumption, and the Importance of sarly and judicious treatment of ca tarrh, whether located in the head, throat or bronchial tubes, cannot be too strongly ernDhasfenri The list of catarrh cures is as long -STi-j i. iu "w ana tne form in -Which they are administered, num erous and confusing, from, sprays, Inhalers, -washes, ointments; and isalves to powders, liquids and tab lets. The tablet form is undoubtedly ihe most convenient and most ef fective, hut with nearly all a...

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. — 1 December 1899

wwwp5rM5:-.J "J . v - ,' r-j.s-r: FSS-?iiM?5,,::B?- . r:r- l ?(? V! i.--rB'Krfi'3Er'-; r O 55 . r-k ?Z . Tmms&fSmw . J I I i Leff Leg Nof Gmffy, Tho ancient home of Manockjee, Poon jeajee & Co. is situated in Borah Bazar street, Bombiy, and it is claimed by the members of the present firm that their ancestors have carried on the same busi ness, with a few modifications to meet the neeessitips of the 'European trade, for more centuriss than the United States Yas been known to the map of the world. The firm is made up of four partners, and their counting room and one of their warehouses are in this building. This particular storeroom contains only silks end other precious stuffs. One day there strayed into the count ing house a pretty white kitten. Little attention was paid to pussy until she had made the round of the room, rubbed her fur against the leg of each member of. the -firm and finally wrlked demurely over-to the strong box, v.hich stood in one corner. The animal seem...

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. — 1 December 1899

r SrwHrVe1.'.- w i -x '" 1- ; " r , r--. - .-..-j - SV - -rS 4 i 5 . -v ' .. 5? AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1 s--i-' : i f 3 U? J4 f f, !Ji- K e i i r' it i-. i - f - i 4i Xx rv fA . r . Sf- '? to& '. feV rvH t p fi ri'vs' Re- Si i. V? -JW - x SS r 'IV C' ' ? -A -riCV nf . Iff ,. -J. A. hi"- ''. V Is?- rtt- . Sv a ' y I- i m l rv i ft fe . m, eit-r !!. fZ-jr" fol o I' '- J w $.., I - r The Weather Saturday xair An arrival nt a....i ti 1 ..! Z .r, ,J"i'M .JaCJieiB, u rlKe S on sale among other items of Saturday Specials. At SB P.AIh laritn-t J 1. jackets, all sizes, satin lined. were made to sell for $9 each. At $7.50 each, ladies black, ker sev.iackets. KAtin lirmVi ;n,' it.,i Btyle backs and collars'. At ?10 each.'ladieB' kersey lack ets in tans. ninfA n ?- in blues, lined with "Skinner's satin," guaranteed for two sea sons WPJir. in 1nfoB',wi nii.. -- "-J w,o au tig bUXiaiD and nanbo Ths --i bargains amongst this lot. At $12 to $18.75. ladies' kersey Jackets, all sa...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 December 1899

Va F i-W't- ft?.-' U , i -cj. V - xyRJT. ' i " - V Foot Balls, Striking Bags, Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds; Guns. Shells, etc. at lowest prices. GUNS TO RENT. Geo. S. Dales & Son, s.Mata8treet. A DEMOCRAT Rose Bud Cream requisite. Ask lor it t op ". C.B. Harper & Co.rs Drug Store. ,& is Jl i p ,v VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 194 AKRON. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 2, 1899. JrltiOE ONE OENT rAKRON DAILY 4VJ 'Jr j 4 h i it, t V. NT TWO CASES Begun For . Money. Trumbull County Parties Interested. A Building and Loan Company Plaintiffs. Brother In Ireland Legatee of Is a Felix 'McQuillan's Estate Court News. George M. Tuttle, trustee of Milton Sutliff, deceased, late of Trumbull county, has commenced a suit asrainst Acnes Cassidy et al. for $1,500, with interest, alleged to be due on a promissory note. The pe tition claims that a judgment has formerly been awarded the plaintiff, but has never been paid. It is also claimed that property in East Akron and land in Boston...

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

-ftarfeife? 35; s-fc5c&'ur-5,-."v v H" 'f -. , 2 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMEBR 2 , r , szrr,z? '-S t ". S It " i vhAv ' - PO:, . j' I?. fV 7.' f r k i . hi fi- Itf- pf fe" t in i V Ih... lV - 3 i S U.J, I i: Ifc 4 IA u I- IV i-v I s&- r 7 - I r PLAPOLPITO RICO. Root Recommended Govern T, nient'System;' In Report. JCDB15S MUST' iwht CEXSDS. then We Will Be jeadj to Introdne. XocaX GoTernrnent, Preliminary to Gen eral GoYernmeW-hflipplneIrt Practical- to CommUjloa, Report. Washesgto-, Dec. 2. Secretary of WarRbot, in the course of his """"M report, dealB with the reorganization ol the army, in accordance with the neces sities arising from the discharge ol state voluuteera-and the men enlisted for the Spanish-American war, treats on the campaign in, the Philippines, the work of the army nnd conditions in Cuba, state ol , affairs in Porto Rico, praisesthe administration of the quar termaster's department by GeneralLud ington and takes up the problem of in Bular govern...

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. — 2 December 1899

5-v-n, - ,- w--$. - 1 1 r : -; at - ' j. F -. 'IfcOT. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATUKDai. aC.iMEBR 2 "VjS- ''X ' -i"V' V" ir ? W ljj ; My Husband's Umbrella; It is seven years since the following idventure took place, but even now I rannot retail the weary, heartrending trouble without a feeling of profound lhankfulness to Providence for shaping the end to our benefit. My husband was then, as now, a col lector for the Safety Insurance company end he had gone down to Birmingham to collect the sums gathered by the agents in that town. He had already been away a week and had telegraphed me that -morning to the effect that be intended returning that same afternoon, but it was 10 o'clock p. m. before I heard the welcome click of his latchkey. As we crosied the hall he stopped and took down his overcoat from the peg, at the same time taking his umbrella in his other hand and saying: "Ithoda, my dear, yon may as well put this in the lumber room; it is smashed en tirely now." And he laughingly ...

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