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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 9 December 1899

- '"4-tmm "Tej -uj.-?: --"B-- V-(3i.S i ." tCayj. ', "KfcV'1-t Li j V.K -iv, ---, - . '-y- 8 AKRON TJATJLY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9 '& PV '-- a 9 e o o t e e e a e c 0 0 0 I &$& The Weather Sunday Eain. Holiday Goods "Galore." We have never had SUCH a LARGE and well ASSORTED STOCK of XMAS GOODS. Bolls ! Dolls ! We have always had the reputation of having the Pret tiest Dolls in the city, and this season we consider we Jib AX the record. At 10c each Kid body dolls with bisque face and light aud dark hair. At 25c each THE UNBREAK ABLE DOLL, made with a felt body, jointed, with light and dark hair. At 50c each Any kind of a doll you can think of: lomted dolls. with kid and felt bodies, dressed aoiis ana xiony varaens. At 76c each Bisque jointed dolls, kid body dolls, dressed dolls in the height of fashion, brides and widows, dolls dressed for July, dolls dressed for December: ; also baby dolls in long dresses. At $1.00 each Large kid body aoiis, witn ncauuiiii laces, ...

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. — 11 December 1899

.' t.--J iMMWllM j3t" ..g. jMigr; "V -HS '-&Z$.i" 1 7Z''2f fi- - tjt I :i i - r H- -a J -f. r ,ljW -.-5j;??J3MIBPafflP: f , ,-j r.f m I A r v -,-H rs u I' . I My kf-i ..t i Baer's Lancaster Almanac F"of 1900 His Arrived at STEINBACHER'S, 104 B. Markot St. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER201 CLOSE CALL From Death by Fire. Charles Widdershein and Wife Were Awakened just In Time to Escape From Building. Disastrous Blaze In Akron Sunday. South An Overheated Steve Is Believed be the Cause. to Afran early hour Sunday morn Ine fire was discovered in Emil Dook's grocery at 1123 S. Main st In a short time the flames had spread to the adjoining building owned by John Ortsoheid and occupied by Charles Widdersheim as a saloon. The building in which the grocery was located is owned by Jos. Pfeil. jBoth buildings are frame structures and the interior of each was gutted. Mr. Pfeil with his family lived in rthe rear of the building. Cook's loss la about $1000 with 4700 insurance. 1 Dr. J. "W. Hassenflue's ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 December 1899

T!zrMxSttzS2bLt M AEJRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMBER 11 .r n .' N k-5 Je Si , i.i .A'W Eft"-' -.? r VA r TV se. 75M- s Vf if. -IS-- RKl a '"$ Vf t 1 fe' i2S . 5TKr -? ;;f;jyfcMutRAi ; ? ni f3 'Ea:. 3,-i . -.. j tu ;z ,KBH.XKlACtouiltrrAilTrtlHnt Ptpt THKg-AKBQKJ OOMPAJTT Democrat BloefcXo..i3itd' W Ifaln it. X02TA ttvft .triw ton ornoxBs ajtbj: i cross. sicaiuvub - v.wrLsn 1 1ATnv vice-.rxesident Secretary. xreasa SiSf? " fe WUilAX T. BAWTER EDW.S. HXETIK JHO.IIONXMAEA " .n.. JJp IjA UOUXT. Entered at-the Poitoffloe at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mali UatUr. Delivered BTeryTBrenlnf toy Carrier Boy .5 CENTS A WEEK By,lIaUt2.fiO - . . J1J6 for 811 Months r Offlrial Paper o! tht City of Akron. TO TELEPtKHK THE DEMOCRAT CALL 4 XC. 110. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11 CONBBESSSTAN IjENTZ Wants to know how a Democratic polygamist, elected to office, by the -people, s any -worse than a Repub lican polygamist, appointed to a fat federal job by the President. Xientz always was obtuse, according to...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 December 1899

!!5E!srsii!? ifw' ": J . -" wr i r FOR SALE. FOB SALE Nino room house, "West Mnr ketst.,wlth finished attic, laundry, bath, rurnace.lniactnll modern Improvements Tor less than flflO). J. I. Bachtei, 1S3 South Howard St. 190 tf FOR SALE A four room house and large lot. Price $650. Terms, 59 down: balance f6 per month. A. D. Alexander, God bolock. lW-iOJ i FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE Seven acre truck farm near Akron, with good house. Five lots, North Hill, at J120each.1T sold quick. New 8 room house near pavement and street cars, a bargain at S1,M. New 0 room house York st., nearly new, for 11,000, iloney to loan at lowest rates of Interest. C. H. JONES. Tel. feOO. For Sale On Easy Terms. The most elegant suburban home In Sum mit county; large house of 9 rooms, hard wood finish, goodcellar, heater, good barn, six acres of land. Street cars pass door. This propertv Is beyond question the finest property on the market. AVI 11 sell for less than cost of buildings. A bargain. THOS. L. CHILDS. At...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 11 December 1899

i,y --. " .3'-17rry,r' K&?iVi frVa-vriwS3 M (JT: j- - rT?;Tvf--J - - " . v w y AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MOIvDAY DECEMBER 11 :.f 'if. A r?5 Ui rrir m r m: r VT' - T-4 tn -r ' 4 g T-Vj tern -Ti'" - . sir -." - S3? M -O-Jn-Va ?a ;u;ti t3; ; , JBOOTONfJSTOBte-fiartneror put t ncna etyiTteompIete assortment - "fASTIClES for - CbmtmJAfpreBeiits, before you, U&7T,hBnt' forgotten the i. 'Hr-erythins: imagina r. bIeinrthot.TOYi-LINE for their rftilafb'oi AU"' ladies' linen JianaKercmeis.'put up 'doz. to a , iJoxr,fncy, lace and embroidered AtBOc eacfi fAH liman.rmnrllrpr- icMeffl?Jiinimed'Witb.Jace footing - andembroidered" edges, also separate boxes .to put them in, so ' tbatbu'can.hav.eanice assort- AfclOoMtdSOo .each AU linen . JXUaaanminArA1'hnTif1IranVifafB - tbes'-goods are, imported direct U froni'Jrelandirh'ere they are hand i embroidered;., j a b ,. SAttSSoeacliTHls .is a popular J Enqe;tor;a,handKerchief.1We have Da riAJl" Kanf4 ,! a" ".A nil .uisdw, pWUC ' UUUU) iii LH&er...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

'iiiSiiMiaafc'.'jttoU.tiUMiiiAiB jNnym fSSm-m "y"f i,Twr-'wniwwrM' ' - """ fT-' f.fVwrr'''lte!-iiWi"-li riT,4Kr- rr)t t. t UOV PRIOICQ For Gold, Nickle and Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses FOR TUB HOLIDAYS. OEO. S. QAL.ES 228 SouthTlaln St. AKRON DAILY RoseOudGrcam Tbft beit remedy for alt roach ncuof theikln. It liddlrfcUul ai a toilet reqilslti. Aikiorit at 0,E9 HorporA Oo'n Drue (Storo, fvtx'-imp DEMOCRAT. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 202 EXECUTION For Husband's Morse. Mrs. Anna Wood Has Not Received Alimony. Railroad Company Wants New Trial. Motion to Take Caso From Jury Overruled. No Agreement In Shumway Case Court News. An execution was Issued Tuesday morning for a horse and buggy owned by Fred Z. Wood. He Is tho defendant In a divorce case commenced by Anna Wood Last week she filed a motion in Com mon Fleas court, asking forallmony, pending the hearing of her petition. Judge Dlssette ordered Wood to pay her $10 per week. He has failed to do so. Ho claims that he is unable to comply w...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

' '' " -.?& AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 12' v" DRAW. Went Twenty Rounds. Simms Was the Stronger at the Finish. White Wanted to Punch the Referee. Akron Man's Noso Was Broken During Contest. On the Local Bowling Sporting News. Alleys- Twenty fust rounds to n draw. Tho decision of i:d. MclCouii, rofj eroo of the Shnms-Wlilto contest was a popular ono. The lightweights mot boforo the Clevoland Business Mon's Gymnn slum club Monday night. The re sult was a Burprlso to a majority of tho nudlenco, who bollovod that tho Akron man had no clianco with his much inoro oxperlonced opponent. Although SlinniB was out pointed during the earllor rounds of tho bout, ho came back strong, and towards the finish, ho all but putWhltaout. Another round would hare resulted In tho dofont of tho Chicago light weight. Tho hall was crowded vv hen White and Simms appoarod in tho ring. Both men appoarod to bo In perfect condition. At .'I o'clock In tho after noon Slmnm weighed In at lsiji pounds...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

r'JV S e P -", "I'JtM fcT"tiw '''Www ''"i"1'" !v;rr:' i w-v imJv'I IIWWM '' AKRON DATLY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 fimSktim oJSooo(oooOo6ooSoSoBoaoeSoiSoSoJflS WILD " HAIR: 2 ooeoffioGooOofioOcooocoooaoQ6oo0oo 00-TWJOoooootoottoooIiooS An order for a Rene ml hair cut hft fallen upon the Msscalero tribe of apache Indians In New Mexico, Rays the San Francisco Examiner. It has been icted on, too, and every Indian on the rcserratlon has been deprived of his hair. The order came from a white man and It tstabllshed this Individual's record as baring scalptd more Indians than any Indian ever scalped white men. Lieutenant A. 10. Stottler la tbo mim vho has shorn the head's of the Mecca no Apachta. lie did It to civilise them. Before Lieutenant Stottler got hold of thtai these particular savages were the most lawless and depraved In the whole country. In three years tbo lieutenant, maintaining strictly a one man law has caused a Btartling metamorphosis In tha tribe, and today the Indians ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

--i;,f-.j,- ,)V" ' M ' ' '. if nsgn- AJuWiiJU.. THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Htrtsr Frt4 W. Gayer Editors and Managrs. Ed H. Da La Court, Mar. AdTrtulm Dpt VCBMNHItDRT TUB AKHON DEMOOHA.T COMPANY owe Democrat Block, Nob, is3 and 17 Mftln it. L01VO BIBTAHOB rflOSI 100. orrioxftB ahd dirbotobii. Pnaldont Jamii v. "Wcij.ii Vlee-PntildeatHHMMM.MM. a. T. Fairs "a ""',. ir niwn TreMureru...w .. Williak T. Hawtsr GOV, H. HARTXH..,..,,... JNO. UONAMARA Kd. H. ! La Ooobt. Entered at the Poitnfllee At Akron, Ohio, at Becood-Glaai Matt Matter. Dellrered ETery E renins by Carrier Boy 5 CENTS A WEEK llyllalllUO - ll.M fornix Months Official Papor of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 (jtTffTbglftOONCip-) Oom 1'aui. Boeing to lo having things considerably IiIb own way. Ex-Bi'Baki:h lli:i:n wonders why Polygamlst lloborts' frionds "do not rnlBo tho flag over him. Ho should havo as much protoctlon ns our polygamlst Sultan of Sulu." Per haps becauso where t...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

TiJTTr ..LjrffA1; n"ir:ipvwi 'nm AKRON LAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 5 4tt$tt$$fc$0$K4$4$ : wuul nc LEAD A LOVELESS LIFE? When Maria Bricia was born In New York cltj oho secnictl doomed to die al most Immediately. Indeed death seemed a bleated release from ll(o that must ba brief nnd full ot pain. A freak of nature bad fastened upon the back of ber poor Uttlo bead a great tumorous growth ot a sort which previ ously had proTcd fatal. IJut sbo was re moved at once to tho Harlem hospital, and there, for the first time In this coun try, an operation was performed which saved her life. Skillful physicians carefully cut away Ihe foreign growth nnd sewed the edges f skin together so deftly that there will bo but a tiny scar remaining to tell of the nOFZLTCS DEVOTION. operation, nnd this will bo entirely con cealed by the hair at tho nnpe of the neck. In tho operation it was found necessary to remove, with the tumor, a portion of the actual gray matter of the brntn, and this gray matt...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 12 December 1899

W ? '.?$ j HjWf1Wj7i,vT-5jJriTfti,SSf "T"S f3 'fw-3'"'io,?w wpsvw G AkttON DAILY lriiMOUllAT. TUESJJAiT. .DECEMBER 12 Pv"rnI'rWtF'", fyw "Wr" stM-?,-n; '- sKKV-vv-ivfr?' "' ' 'i if? I I t' I, i r I! n ! 1 i .Vl' jacoOcCooCouoaoOo(oBotoOoo9olo4loSoOoMoeoooooo WWA. Of Mammoths! $DoOnoc;oOoofiofooocococaoOooo)oOooOc0oGoofo Less'tban 30 miles from Cincinatt. lays The Connicrclal Tribune, lies t It ireatcst battlefield this country of man lattleficlds has ever known, nceordlrj id an InJlnn legend. Tlio bone of tli totgbty but worsted warriors tbnt ni burled 20 feet benenth the Biirfaco of tl low quiet enrtb In ncrea of stiff, Mu rlay bear silent witness to a portion r .he story at least. The battle Itself wi. fought over 500 years ago ami the cop MAN XOTI! JIATTLH AT BIO BONBipniKas. ICbtautii went hugo mummothn aud mas :odoiw on one bid, lightning and the nrrath of an Indian deity ou iho other. Ml that l left to tell tho terrible story ! tho huge hones that havo been exca reted m ar Itl...

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. — 12 December 1899

v u. ',' fT;'V" v ( ir i " WfimfiT' W"" ' . -WW" . - .. .71 BfT' l.f J - "" rrW ""?'r -"r","??!??'' :""-.lgy '"' '' 11 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 GOLD Woman's Best FNend Dirts Worst Enemy GUAEDYOUETEMPEK DR. TALMAQE RECOMMENDS REPRES SION OF WRATH. A. Sweet Disposition AdcU lunch so the Jojr of Ltvlnc: Don't Waste Health nchcnrilnflT AVronns and Scheming; ReTcuce. Copyright, Uouls Klopsch, 1S35.1 Washington, Deo. 10. In this dls rourso Pr. Talniago placates tbe world's revenges and recommends mora of tbo saccuarlno nnd less of tbo sour In human dispositions; text, Ephcslans It, 20, "Let not the sun go down upon your wrath." What a pillow, embroidered of nil colors, hath the dying day! Tbo cra dle of clouds from which the mm rises Is beautiful enough, but lt'ls surpassed by tho many colored mausoleum In which at evening It Is buried. Sunset among tho mountalnst It al most takes one's breath away to recall tho scene. Tbo long shadows stretch ing pver tho plain make tho ...

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. — 12 December 1899

1-.ff v rn &lfr i '9 IHW lJvnWllpm'?S " 'T I 5'V'-.p ,lJ "-.'., v ; WiF n JflrT,iff,3rSftey fTTJI rr vurv A, yWUj--"., "l 3" 1! yiBrf ,i' ' I'M1 ''' IA JJAMJWIJ .'4 U.,'1LJ 'J ' sij M'u'frwT'' "i.y..witv " ' 'Vt ' ' ' S5HW".m MWI'.Wl'g.W" v V " ' ""' vn & AlUiON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 12 TAnS'fn 3 A $ 1. ($$g The Weather Wednesday Colder. Don't forget the Wc Iutc not foreot them. Here Is something more durable than a doll or small toj. llables' Cnps Dainty .'.Ilttlo silk caps, wool lined, nice mid soft for 2uo, Sue. TOo to "Co each. For 1 to M.'JS each Noat littlo Ilk .mbroldornd cans, with Hwnnsdown trimming. mako baby look very comfortable, for wlntor weatlior. Tor 2fo rach Tlio "cutest" Ilttlo babies' wool bonnotii you over (saw, In wblto only. For 2oo each Ilablea' whlto wool eacquos, edged In pink and bluo, yery neat. For ii'Jo each Tlio bettor irrmlo of babies' Racques, edged in pink and bluo, also n better qimllty at TOo each. For 7fc each llables' flannel ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

F m Baer's Lancaster Almanac For IOOO Bit Arrived t STEINBACHER'S, 104 K. Market St. AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT. Fred Laub's Specials for Thursday, Dec. 14 Hruro Illfw, TontlTlolm, nolle 0.t-r. 2T,o pr qt. Turkfji nnd Hll Jitndicf IJromml Poultry People's Cash Meat Market, I17N. IlowarJst. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 203 AKRON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT & li INNOCENCE Of Romulus Cotell. Attorneys Expect to Establish the Same. An Important Affidavit In the Case. Overheard Conversation Strong and Sister. Will Go Before Stato Board of Pardons Soon. "We are working la the Interests of Romulus Cotell, because we be lieve be Is Innocent." Attorney Harvey Musser made the above statement to a reporter for tbo Democrat Tuesday. Continuing ho said, "There is not the shadow of a doubt In ray mind, that he Is con fined In the penitentiary for the crime of another. Mr. Vorls and myself will go before the Board of Pardons at one of Its coining meet ings, and ask for the pa...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

fm9ff''" 'W'riiWaiSSSnSHJ ("t-.J'-'-'rifJ sfWrWfs.-fliwJv ?w5swsffvSfi?lf AKRON UAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13" u: u- vt v3? ro m w Murdered American Sympathiz ers In Luzon.- TUET HIT DR IIUNO OR SHOT. hand of Otitrllla. In Certain FcUlaus, They AinbaOi CoiiiiiilMary Wagon. And 1'ick Up Sdill.rs Who ltaT.Thlr Com tiiand. Esscutcd n Filipino, . Manila. Dec. 13. Colonel Smith, with n detachment ot tho Sovcutcunth infantry, surrounilod and raptured in a village near Malasqnl a party of gno rlllss who hod made thetr hcalquartert there. Tlio party Included tho baud which assassinated seven olllclals at Ma lasqul tor friendliness to tho Ameri cans. All aro insurgents who hecamo ban. dlts when the disintegration of the Filipino army began. They kept tho country around Mahun.nl in a itato of terror for sevoral works and committed 25 murders li less than that number of days. When they wero caught they wero promptly sent to General Mao Arthur's headquarters at B.iyambantr by train. It ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

??W)itf35fi5w5w' V?WUTn '""f.-'tVi-f AKHON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13 LEGISLATURE Will be Asked to In crease Tax Levy For Purpose of Erecting Charity Home In Akron Annual Report. The oreotlon of a now Charity Home was tho subject of much dis cussion at a special meeting of the Union Charity association Tuesday afternoon. The association owns a lot on South High st. near Market and it present plans do no miscarry, a $20,000 brlok building will bo erected. Hon. J. Park Alexander oxplalned to tho members the scheme of unit ing all charities in the city and the necessity of a central home for all It wws deoided to solcct a committee of which Senator Alexander is to bo the ohalrman, tho other members to be chosen later, to draft a bill and secure its passago la Legislature. The idea is to levy a tax upon all property holders. A levy of soven tentbs of a mill will cover tho ex pense. With the completion of the new home, the Industrial School will have increased facilities and o...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

f8?J n'V??-Ttfi'Sj jjgiji 4-1 itm-'vust'S vr-" I1(W l,f i v73WwR?i'Sr?558'f'S AK110N DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Harttr Frsl W. Giver Editors and Msnsgtrt. lull. Da LaOoust, Mir. Aatertlilni I.pt rOBMNnRDBT TUB AKRON DEMOCRAT COMPANY orrios Democrat Block, Noa. US nd ur Main it. LOM4 SIATAMOB rHOmi ISO. orKOSlJU ASTD DIKBOTOXS. Frssld.nt '"" V. WlLSH Vli .P..l,lt. i T. PAIOK Secretary . .i,,"" w. Oayvh Treaaurer-..... ..wiuuil T. Bawtmk Kdw. B. 1Iat.. ...Jo. MoNamara Ed. 1I.I) I.aOourt. Kntersd at the Poatofflcs at Akron, Ohio, as Btconcl.Olmii Mall Mattar. Delivered Kvery Kvenlng by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK Br Matlli.fO ... IIJJlorBlx Month! Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. WEDEBDAY, DECEMBER IS Wiiknevkh tlio Toledo Blndo rofersto Mn, Oonornl Chas. Dick It places Ills military title in quotation marks. For this foil mnrk of disre spect to a Buperlor tho editor of tlio orthodox Blado should bo caHt ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

!t(!sr,Wri') ?JWf:jyii7 tSTWFV-'HT vvyr- W - pJT!fjtW iv T, '- " ' TJ!!?BfT AKRON DAILY DIMOCRAT WEDNESDAY. DE0BM.BK11 13 Boers urged to quit CApfe COLONY THINKS THEV8H0ULD MAKE TERMS WITH BRITAIN. ITo Hope of Interference by Any Other Nation Dlnlcnltlrs In (be Wr ' Seeoeliisr Peace Defer the Hoar, lire Annihilated. Special Correspondence. Caps Town, N6v. a There Is a crowing sentiment that tho Bocra should make the host terms they can with tho British and end the war. It Is alleged that much of the seeming sympathy for the Boers Is really noth ing but hatred (or Great Britain, and thus early In the war It Is evident that any sort of Interference by other na tions Is out of the question. The Boers have onco moro shown themselves to bo good fighters, and they might quit rora soldiers. with honor, as tho Spaniards would say. The friends of the peace were tnent say, with much truth and plausl- blllty, that all the British want Is tho gold and diamond mines and all the Boers want Is to ...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

fk'i-'Tlj'Tv-777ut jSff vn G AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13 wvM'for uifi (vj,vw. 1J TREASU ." a )Si4HAwH(K$?t(S?'?A4rt',5'9i' fJttWVtWW'Wft"1r,"T,rT"v,'T"vltv1"' " n " With treasure troyi' as the motive ami with stage FCttlnc ot exceptional Interest nd romance two men have commenced a lcgnl battle In the county court at .Tack ton, O. The suit recentjy commenced In volves the ownership of n large nmount of trcasuie found In one of the croup of Wands In the south Atlantic known as Tristan d'.Vciinkn. The plaintiff to the action Is Howard P. Summers, u young man who claims the treasure as the sou and heir of Captain William II. Sum mers, while the defendant Is Cnotnln Charles A. Henderson, old, urlziled and determined. ... Young Summers alleges that he Is the only son nnd heir of Captain William II. Summers, who before the war was mas- I.UUYIICO THE CIIES1 OF GOU ter of the clipper built l.rlg the I,nrl.. At that time bIh was a pintiggler, but during the war she turmd nrlv...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 13 December 1899

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