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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 December 1899

'r- f --.r-''r'''w2C"X- tV" '"" C! K; & - -.$ j ;- i YfT v f-L if T? Ii V ' i?y tt"i. 11 !' t 4.- jL., fetf r?t- Lr Es- tm' Pa: ??- b;. iAi itf J, rf i M ! m fa KFvV Br-- ''JfflE'filLY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. H&rie'r Fred W. Gayer Editor and ttancgtra. , EflH.PELA.Qorar.Mer. AflTertlitoj D.pt THE COMPANY Deifiocrtttiipct, kS'uo aaa 17 Kalnit. i-owa DutAnoa rxoxa uo. president ... .,,, ima v -arTj.n Vlee-Presldnt.. Secretary .. Treasurer.... Bdw. B. Haets; gLL1- -'zzz- A. T. Paige .WIUUX T. Bawtsb Ed. H. Da Li Oouxi. Entered at the Pottofilc at Akron, Ohio, at Seoona-Olaat MMlMatur. silvered Every Erealnj by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMailllBO - - . U6forBlx Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. T8 TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 'Coi,. "N. P. JTicHOLS,of Medina, candidate for the District Marshal ship, might 0 his Geauga county rival one better by sending ponies to Gen. Dick. two EX-POSTMA6TER W. B. GAMBLE will be the new steward of the pen itentia...

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. — 2 December 1899

-fe- p r ' "V AEEtO DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 5 ": It -SV -? ' L hBbEJh ff sSaSl n lucnot, nunsicker & wo.s m a M Hardware and Stove Store. 2 1 6-2 1 8 S. Main st. YOU RUN HO CHANCES Of getting anything but the Best Made Bread, Cakes and Rolls Of all kinds when you give us your order. The South Main St. Bakery Has but one grade and there's no better goods baked in Akron. We ask you to try our home made bread, white and rye bread, fresh every" day. Cakes, rolls, pies and dough nuts, the best in the city. SPECIAL NOTICE New England Bread, every Wednesday and Saturday. It is conceded this is the BEST BREAD made in the city. AUTelephone Orders Promptly Dellverea. Give Vs a Trial. G.H.HEINTSELMAN,Mgr. Kublerfc Beck Block 500 S. Main st. Tel. 857 I Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlor MISS MEYER, EDMUND GLANTZ, Mgr. Prop. THIS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF SWITCHES AND - POMPADOUR ROLLS. Ladies' Hair Dressing Parior ' No. Ill Mill Street Between Howard and Main sts. Tol. SSS. A cordial Invi...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 December 1899

nVv IBPWT WT-3 - . W" - wr8JH -v A vi -'RjiSJiJJH f " AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMEBR 2 ' ' kA A- N & r & R: 4 KV jfe l 4" U r t K?. WSi J w, ft- 15-' k kfj. d R- 1 & ? a j x l B?- k ; r Y ye . l r:- ? rt 2 rift. rvSS r? ttt 'I I -A I ? Mr sitr dv I W- "& 3 is? ,s . 4 ' . UiiCS hit J. x t -"itST Qrotcoaoe "Warrior. Here Is a fetching description of a dflltary 'review which we cull from ilr. HaroU Qorsts book on China: t'M one extremity of the field there Bras raised on a slight elevation of the ground a platform shaded by an im mense red parasol and ornamented with lanterns, streamers and some large lanterns that did not seem par ticularly ndcessary, as the sun was Shining In full splendor. The inspector extraordinary of the imperial army and tho principal civic and military mandarins of the town were on the fplatform, seated in armchairs before Uttlo tables covered with tea things ap:d boxes filled with excellent tobacco. The moment arrived to begin. A litt...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 December 1899

.?- ---J -- -- ,r ,ti-lt--- - &"-, '"Vr"tf im AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT.-SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 -J k k . r GOLD GOLD DUST The Best .Washing Powder. Cleans Everything from Cellar to Garret. SHELVED HIS INVENTION. 'An Experience "Wnleh Taneht tie Mechanical Expert a Leiion. One of the best mechanical engineers In New Orleans told an Interesting 6tory apropos of the tribulations of in ventors. "About three years ago," he said, "I got up a little device that greatly simplified the working of a certain type of pump. I took out patents that cost me In the neighbor hood of ?300, including attorney's fees, and finally submitted the thing to a big manufacturing concern in the north. The proprietors at once con ceded 'the merit of the invention and offered me $500 down and a royalty of $125 on each one used. The cash pay ment amounted to nothing, for It really fell short of covering my time and ex penses, but the royalty was generous, and I figured It out that it would yield me an income of $3,0...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 2 December 1899

E3 WT?,,I P J '. ja.-uLy" i; vf -", ; '"C JWS? 'SdM,-' J-i Pjn-isyvr-s -- T AKEON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 " IX p5 r fe . v :.v v rf UI tf fe p - It. rx llfr tut fcfc? -,' i;. iV ;j ;i 1 1- i i i V k K fe-t m- iU. , ?rT A" ;The Weatuer Sunday Showers MITTENS At $1.00 a pair .Never in the hisfnrv of thfi Boston Store have-we sold bo many KXD G-LOVES; 'why?' because we sell you the best kid gloves lor $1.00 ever"brought to this city or any other. All shades, all sizes, two clasp or hook, guaranteed. " ' At 1.50 a pair You may want a better kid glove than $1.00, if you do we have it. Any shade, two clasp or hook guaranteed. 75c "We do not guarantee this glove, it is a guuugioveior oc. AiiBuaueo, ciasp only, 25c Xadies' black double mittens with or without fancy back. All wool, 15c ladies lieavy black wool mittens, just too mitten lor com weatner. 10C Only a few dozen left they are extratvalue, heavy and strong are their good qualities. 15c The very mitten for 'boys, they we...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 December 1899

":- "sgp." i4' JX- '- t-f.ry "J t Wt3!r P r J-v-- -l--rf t-Zi i? fat- 3&C - W Vi , j i ! Fred. Laub's Specials for Thurs day, Dec. 7. Spare Bibs, Tenderloins.Bulk Oysters 25cpec qt. TURKEYS and all kinds of Dressed Poultry. People's Cash Meat Market, 1 1 7 H. Howard s t. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 195 AKRON DAILY I )pj MOCRAT. Almanac for.. . I7UO HAS ABBIVED AT Steinbacher's, 1 04 E. Market st AKRON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 4, 1899. MORTGAGES Filed During Month. Cancellations Show Very Large Decrease. NOTICE- The dental advertisement appearing in The Beacon Journal is being: published without contract and without our orders or wishes and will wholly be at their expense. I will not be responsible in any way whatever. K. B. SIBLEY, Dentist, 158 Main .St., Akron. Wife of Thirty Years Wants Divorce. Mrs. Ella Oberlin Granted Decree Monday. New Cases and , Pleadings Court House News, During the month of November, 1898, mortgages securing an aggre gate indebtedness of $705,425 -were...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 December 1899

9!P!tl!H151JQSenp9R..-, ;U,iJ,4W -IA- SEP? f i-'S-'W rr ?&"vVt-' "fc . s "S" ..-3X r- ( AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMBER 4 uMva!lHWpiJ A. fe?2 -C S K. , ft KS "&. & re. . iii ?n ' j. Lvf? -i ts . ft?, r- ft. La & - K 7 sr k it' fWV ! L-" c I I ' k. i rs kV PT'i j r. . '1 s THE' DAILY DEMOCRAT "Ed. S. Hirhir . FrIW.Gyer Extort nd Nuqtrt. SdU Be la. Oopbt, Mgr. Advertliln. Dept THB ASBOiTdbmOO COMPANY OFlIOX Democrat Block, JTo. us ul m Ibtmt. ijoaaMaTAsox phosb iso. President Jatm v. Wt-tjhi Vice-President... . A iTrcir 1 I,, - x rJUM -...Fsed W. Gatir .WrLT.TAV T. Biwns xreasurer. BCW.B. SabTB. "jko.MoNASCAEA Bb. H. Da LiCOUBT. Entered at the Postoffloe at Akron, Ohio, as ' Beoond-Clagg Mall Matter. Delivered Every Evening by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK ByMaU2J0 - . . jujtorSlx Months Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4 Since the collapse of the Franklin syndicate, a number of concerns that were organiz...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 4 December 1899

?i Ui.'v "T 4"-'" A" . C QJ' -- ' " i ? - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMEBR 4 i fC Men With Guns In Frank- "V fort, Ky. ELECTION CASE COMES UP TODAY. Eastern Kentucky Kcpnbllcani Deter mined to Back the Taylor End of tba Contest Armed Democrat! to Iook After Goebel's Interests. Feaxkfort, Ky., Dec. 4. There are over 300 armed and determined Repub licans in Frankf ort from Eastern Ken tucky, men who have reputations of be ing handy at gun play, and it is stated upon reliable authority that a special train Avith five new companies of uni formed militia from Eastern Kentucky will reach here, accompanied by at least 300 citizens armed with Colt's 45s. They are expected to stay here till Dec 13, which is the day after the one fixed by law for the inauguration of the governor. The state arsenal is still in charge of the Republican members of the local military company, and guns and ammunition can be supplied to the exuected militia without delay. These men are coming with, the avowed...

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

waaw gSaggSPSefr 3JSgsaaj! mmwwum iimMmwni V &- s'fisa SBgfg -a3SlJ! t,f ' xi r--. AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMEBE, 4 2S$SS3i 2HP wr EH. 3 i r . i S. Es& zsz 4 i" KV IS?'-. S"? '&, i- Kv I?" ) LiMi f.jr. The Weather Tuesday Tair and colder. Underwear Underwear "Winter has come with its snow and frosts. No reason for PAY ING TJOOTOR BELLS through having" colds, "when by investing a few dollars you can be proof against Buch troubles. At 39c each lien's double fleeced underwear, all, sizes, good and heavy. Special at 39c each .Men's heavy wool fleeced under wear, tne same quality as yon hav&been paying 50c for, but our sizes are broken (up, to close out we mark them 39c. rsc Men's heavy wooL camel's hair underwear, extra gooa quaucy. 25c A special fleeced garment, in ladles' yesta and pants, natural grey, 39c w, Indies' wool plated vests, the .regular 50o grade.' 75c Iiadi6s' wool vests and pants, In grey, scarlet and camel's nair. 50c ladies' natural union suits...

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. — 5 December 1899

-.-j3ixr;-. -iTjrj-.-, -i. .rr',?Tg,afc -w iviFiPi rtl-rv iJr:4f5H'3pe - - -- H s'lliSsSfeSi 5ps$f SesUrS y THs s'e k ..'. ' UJ s Fred. Laub's Specials for Thurs day, Dec 7. Spare Bibs. Tenderloins.Bulk Oysters 2qcper qt. TURKEYS and all kinds of Dressed Poultry. People's Cash Meat Market, n? N. Howard st. democrat: Baers' Lancaster (iifi Almanac for ... 1 ZUU , HAS ABBIVED AT'T - - -. Steinbacner's, l04E.Marketst. f t " SSg"p ,.-4tigZ . -JHMH l JJ taWIWiMIIBMywgWMaMMiMBgPPr-yrraPWWiWWWIiPlglgPIWllFBWWIPaWgEY. K&JA -mm. -...-i. - .aMiMMgmr-Tyr.MigB---- " TT - " - ' ra "" T.1 ip?K ' 5Wrias'&?!P 'IV ' r DAIL AKRON V fV I t J 1 '.1 ; ! If J S VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 196 the Keynote -WflHB I A Cnuch I Is Of the President's Message. No Special Laws Philippines. Cuban Pledge With String Tied to It. Favors Bank Syndicate's Cur rency Reform Plan Of Endorsing Gold Standardand Retiring Greenbacks. Congress Has Sultan of Sulu Harem on Its Hands. Washington, D. C, Dec. 5 (Special). The Pre...

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. — 5 December 1899

S-RfX-A-T wvfSgS - j. v j. -r- -- &j -ct,jV4- ' r-i '-T?'-' J& ga'W s-&m "'lEJ t x, .w "$. '-: te "S-, "V,- AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5 V 'sr ii!HBBf ij ' 1 TIT i' n'iViiitJaUhiiiiiT t "kl I'nf 1",r " v-''"?'5j.ti T-.s1 T-S mmKB74a. 8 S,jP' - "jr iwOTsrisfe -- 4 - ?.'?'" w ,' W " a-1 fj-j- 5 'J3' - ; -v . . y& i-'cft v E t3 .- 'C. f I&-- A IW", :i; l& h. v : 1 w - . UV ? --. IS H.-I. Is r t:M . ir.". 'A. J tr &T i r it . fT" fU. . 'If ns y Sr -J. r3 yf r t'-sVf .&. - L3 r-sv PfJ' J SU m trf $ ; THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Hirter fni w. "aorj and Minijirc. Qijer ,ED H. Db la. Cotot, Up. Advertlilni Dpt THE .AKRON DJSMOOBAT COMPANY Democrat Block, Nos. 18J nd IT Main it. i)Ka.iiaTAK3; fhosb mo. president Jaum V. Welsh v io-i camcnL. . -A. T. PAIGE Secretary,.. TTnwvx TIT Hirvn SorBS- "WlUaAJC T. 8AWTJER J5DW.S. HABTXB JhO. liCNAMABA 1D. H. Dl La. COUKT. ' Entered at the Poltomee at Akron, Ohio, as Becond-Olau Mall aiatter. Delivered Every E...

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. — 5 December 1899

&fstp5 Mff-! -' T . aKKQN DAILY DEMOCRAT. . TUESDAY. DECEMEBR 5 fj" ggSSSSSSSSsJMWMMSSSSSMSS; ' - ' I. l STARTS WITH A COLD. Catarrh Is a Lingering Cold Which Refuses to Yield to Ordi nary Treatment. Catarrh usually starts with a cold in the head and if left unchecked in this climate, rarely gets well of it self. As fresh cold is taken the disease spreads, getting deeper and deeper, tvaortfntr olnnir fhft TTinnOUH mem- branes from nose to throat, from throat to windpipe, from windpipe to bronchial tubes and from bronchial tubes to lung cells. The mucous membranes all con nect, one with another. Hence it is easy to spread from one part to an other lined with this same mem brane. This is why catarrh in the head soon affects the throat and fin ally the stomach itself, bringing on chronic catarrh of the stomach, which is a .most obstinate form of dyspepsia. Everybody is now well agreed that catarrh is a blood disease and not a local one, and the attempt to cure by local applications...

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. — 5 December 1899

FiZ. f .-f'R'3SW t sVtfgVyZ $F'&&1-! aytr-'-s ; 1 Wfrwr .-Vi ,?.'. AKBON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMEBR o 5? i- i i A ill h Li !? if :it lSi M t s v? i'. p v r BV- SkV P'f 4S ' v 2- ET' . . fir. Ff k F!f A Btc' s fcS n. .i L"C '- & -.- FA u -c I5fi IP ii l hfc v W WW A - K- x Ic us g ' fo. 1. (J - ' ' - iglB ; The Weather Wednesday j: 5 Fair and -warmer. !; I j Blankets j I t Comforts Cold, Weather Goods at Zero Prices. i At $5.00 a Pair Ueantiful white blankets; large all .wool .red and grey blankets, made from home grown wool; each lull ll-4 size. At $6.00 a Pair The.fineiCalifornia wool is used in the'lnannfnp.tnrn nt thin blanket. 'They come in rich colored bor ders. Ked, bine and pink. At $3.75 a Pair iPnll 11-4 grey wool Blankets, soft aoa warm,in pinK,Diue ana Drown borders. 'At $2.50 a Pair 'large 11-4 white blankets, not all wool, but they are good ana warm and won't shrink in comparison to some wool blankets. , At. $2.00 a Pair All wool dark grey blankets,do...

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. — 6 December 1899

awpsre? afciifcae i'lfrniniiwiiiinTiMriiiran'r-'f v -"t J5"?f wwpqgg&' 'i Ws 'ZS& 1 f s k T1 ,A ,- - - -s -jg ' ' 3 r "SS AKRON DAILY B DEMOCRAT Rose Bud Crsam -. " ft . '3 E; v ruui BdUS, OUliUUg Digs, ' 5 Boxing Gloves, Athletic Goods All kinds: Guns, Shells, etc. at i a. -.---. nnvo rnn tjtjvt The best remedy tor all routhnaaS of skin, h u i dawj iTyssSt requisite. Ask for It at ' C. B. Harper & Cos Drug'storet ,f f tuweM pitucs j(ifiikj xv .Lv.u.- Geo. S. Dales & Son, s-MaiSstwet. I r VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 197 AKRON. OHIO, T7EDNESDAY EVEII&G.JlJECEABfcR 6. 1899. PRICE ONE PENT, Hi V, 1 1 K 1 r h u u 1 I-. ftV-iJ" OLD GAME. It Would Not Work. Joseph Whitelaw Was Onto Stranger's Trick. Wanted to Send Money In Letter. Was Short of Change Counted Out. When He Left $5 jn His Hurry to From Police. Escape That stranger -who on Tuesday at tempted to play an old-time swindle on the -venerable Joseph "Whitelaw, who conducts a cigar store at 406 East Market st., is evide...

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. — 6 December 1899

L.MW '!??i,"'-? ' rvKs -: . . Vi v-iWNV,r,y,!JttK-.i-- . -v-5? y i s ,-fj' ST srvCli , - 'j.- -'c &- -- r,4. Sk, "- . &?'' -5gcBy AKttOiV DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER b IHHE.'ui " '-v es. ,- "71 t - i E-V4-' E2 s 3' S' tr. V Si l..,i T '-.it- M N. f .,5? si c r ' " v, Fft ?; r- If SVS. L- Hy? ji Ur . :Vj"' 3&. r it tta HI -. i fiSt i? r IS'f F Lsr ?- v r I tt 1- km, B'9 :$tTHE4DAttY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Barter prtd W. Efltett and Minagirt. Gayer EdH-DkEaOookt, Mgr. Advertlilnr Dipt rHB AXBON DEMOOBAT COMPANY orriox Democrat Block, Not. iss and VB Main it. XONS BIBTAHCJS PHOHJt ISO. omens Aire srnoxoxs. President jivu v. Welsh Vice-President Secretary Treasurer... rZZ?Bl W. GATXR WTrr.Tlv T. SAWTXR A T PiTOT Esw.S HARTER -Ed. H. Dm !. Co UK. JHO. MOIiXlUEA Entered at thePottofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Clan Mall Matter. Delivered Eyery Evening by Carrier Boy S CENTS A WEEK By Mall it0 - - . jus for Six Months Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DE...

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. — 6 December 1899

" '5-A.?'V-v " ff'v'V -s'' ---2--' J1 .?v '?"! , .,.... .-,.-Ki3V.-:,!iR . . tj5-s j- "r-y'5: -- &Fnr& njtp . - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMEBR 6 u irVS . jSWJSSS-r-VV-" FOR SALE. FOB SALE Nine room house, "West Mar ket st with finished ntttc, laundry, oath, furnace. In fact all modem Improvements, for less than $1,000. J. I. Bachtel, 1SS South Howard St. 190 tf FOR SALE-Chlld's folding bed, hat rack, dresser, wnshstand, wardrobe, table and black walnut bookcase. 353 Carroll st. 19G-1&S FOB SALE OB EXCHANGE Seven acre truck farm near Akron, with good house. Five lots, North Hill, at 120each.if sold quick. New 8 room house near pavement and street cars, a bargain nt $1,450. Newsroom house York St., nearly new, for $1,000, Money to loan at lowest rates of interest. C. H. JONEB. Tel. 868. For Sale On Easy Terms. The most elegant suburban home in Sum mit county; large house of Brooms, hard wood finish, goodT cellar, heater, good barn, six acres of land. Street cars...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 6 December 1899

--? :- --ll w:m :..- L V- V ' ..o Zfajmrn &i rj-c nr -vf es-Tur . . J f AKRON DAILY -DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMEBR 6 i3e2?$' , f . w Ar JHBBBW l?fV tL- '- L4- V v1"-. SFT !?&.'-' R'ff, ' B? ..c r&Zs-W &x '--rB d V - -n yrf &? -Z&. K il&t w &.r 'yr lijr's. iV.i h rv v H i K KPi' ft.l" VV im yss SCMKh. J D-ViAs uV . . : ! The Weather Thursday Fair. i. y J Sale of WoolPlaid : Shirt Waists. rThursday Morning: :'. ! v e -will put on b ajj.e WpOIi PLAID SHIRTWAISTS that woreeold at 75c. Our price Oo,' all sizes. l AtfSceach Dark flannelette -wrappers, all stees, heavy and warm ; well made and good fitting. At $1.00 each Several different styles, several different makes in light and dark colors. At $1 .50 and $2.00 each Stylish, well made wrappers, all colors," all sizes; we have wrap pers In size 46. 1 A $1.00 to $3.00 each idles' colored mercerized sateen derskirts, make nice Christmas iMkt presents, mall shades, maaewitn he&vjrruffles and. corded. r A...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 December 1899

wm&giw: Fen f'C-c Wr 'I LOW PRICES For Gold.Nickle and Stee1 Spectacles and Eye Glassei FOR THE HOLIDAYS. GEO- S. OA.I.ES 228 South ?Iain St. AKRON DAILY DE RA.JL Tie bst remedy for all ronfli e:ss cf the siin. It is deliglitf ul as a toilet recnlslte. Ask for it at G. E3. Harpor & Co's Drug (Store. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 198 AKRON. OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 7. 1899. PRICE ONE CENT fPFPt-1 vHgfSEspwl" MOC to t i ; i , . J RELICS From "Morgan City." Letters That Went Down Were Recovered. The Insurgents Are Hold ing Their Own. American Soldiers Have All Jhey Can Do. Rumored Uprising In Manila Dreads Pay Day. "When the transport "Morgan City" was wrecked, many Akron letters went down with the steamer. There were 289 sacks of mail on board. All were recovered and then forwarded to Manila. A letter writ ten by P. S. Arnold of this city, Which was recovered, reached its destination. It was water soaked, but readable. He has received an answer to the letter, from P. H. Chamber...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 December 1899

e"- p vf w't'' -t ' ' -"t5?5f5 i- f rt?.-?!t-; tsJSKSf"-? J'-iT -V '-.". -,ip.'iI5' -- .'--'- - avJWC, V-S-TCJ XjiSVri-4-''' sS -A- C-?c?--"B; "" ""-' S3?- --T"rst-!--?t"?r"- - "- '"V" ,-'Jf--e-v-,VV;W,Vi-ek; 2 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7 Negro Fearfully Expiated a Terrible Crime. victim's iicsbaxd led ayexgers rtragged tlio Urate Throazh tho Street of SZaysrllle, Ky Then Burned Him, With. Awful Tortures Assaulted and Murdered a Woman. Maysville, Ky., Dec. 7. Richard Coleman (colored), confessed murderer of Mrs. James Lashbrook, wife of bis employer, expiated his crime in daylight at the hands of a mob. consisting of thousands of citizens, by burning at the stake, after suffering tortnre and fright beyond description. The dreadful spectacle occurred on the peaceful cricket grounds on the outskirts of this, one of the oldest and among the proudest cities of Kentucky. Richard Coloman was the trusted em ploye of Farmer James Lashbrook. On the day of cho murder Mrs. Lashb...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 7 December 1899

v. t-p.K-i4spCJBKi! jV T- nf!;'-' Zr-i " o'!s"'"""t- 'nir AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7 -CS't? -& vvvvvvv v v vv v S AN EXPERT I IN PENMANSHIP, :: btw. Ai v 11UHJUU tl ::, - FIELDIXG - J . -ha.&mAfca AAAaaAA aaa t a a i It rras the first time she had ever some to his office. She thought It wasn't quite proper, for he occupied a little room all alone away up In a jrcat; high building, and she "was a stickler for propriety. She had tried to get her 'mother to come, but her mother was afraid of the eleTators, so Edith had ventured there alone. "I can stay only one minute," she de lared. "Sit down and behave yourself," said he, with a great affectation of stern ness. '"There's no objection in the rorld to your being here. Many ladies ome" Oh. they dor she cried. "Well up on my'word, you are frank about It" "Many ladies come to this building," said he, "on business of various kinds. "XCLS STAY OXLYOJTE MINUTE," .SHE DE CLARED. It's a pity if the girl a fellow is enga...

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