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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 15 December 1899

"'- tsvrtJJws rlWl' i'l. WWWI'H f-Y"" niyi-'s ywlftv w"7Tyr-"""!,M,M"uxvtilrfir-1 "l-'j''liVi'W ,,,,-, I,, ;....,t . , L ' , ' , TWWl'ftr",Sf' f-7 f" 'I- " , ,'- PV" -f- T, ( - y, IW1IMP W7F,7ri7 -T? v"rW 7X. 12 AKRON DAILY DiSAtOCUAT. FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 I I a.' iV J1 w n &M General French Drove Back an Advance on Naauwpoort. FOKTY KULU) AS1) VTOUSDLU. (ha llrltlsh Had One Killed Seven Wounded, Including- nn OClccr, and , Tiru Milling Tulal Casualtlo or tha English at Mngersfonteln Placed at H32. IjO.vdox, Dec. IS. Tho war ofllce ro telved a dispatch from Oeneral Vore ticr-Wnlkcr at Capo Town containing; Lho following: "General French wires undor data of Sec 13, reporting a skirmish nt 4 o'clooh lit the niortilliK with 1,S00 iloers, who were advancing southward toward Jvuauwpemrt. .Tho skirmishing cun tluucd all the nioruiug, t lie Hoera light Im 011 a front of 11 miles. The, enemy Wired with a loin of 40 hilled and wounded. Oor casualties wtro 1 hilled, T wounded, including 1 u...

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. — 16 December 1899

'giWWWr -wnw'rW w-yif). --. -w..TT).,-. ejjj V RoseBudCream '! btit remedy (or til roac--neu o( tht kln. Itlidellthtiol tl t toilet rttnlilte. Aik lor It at O. DtHnrparft Oo'o Drug. iStore. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 206 ANOTHER Large Fee For Dick. His Share of Barber Back Tax Collection. Inquistor Comes In For Rich Plum. Garber Case Will be Heard by Judge Nye. Norris Trial Set For Monday Court House News. Major General Charles Dick will come in for a largo feo, in connection with the settlement of the O. C. Bar ber tax casos in Cleveland Friday. He receives four per cent of the total amount, $12,000. This will give him $480. The action was commenced while he was County Auditor. County Treasurer Homer E. Borgcr, iets flvo por cent or $600. The big "lum however goes to Inquisitor Morgonthaler. His share amounts to $3,000 or 25 per cent of the total. The county will reoeive $7,920. The amount claimed was $15,000. Mr. Barber offered to pay $7,000. This offer was gradually raised until a comp...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 December 1899

! Serious Reverse Trying to Cross Tugela River. 10!T ELEVEN OP HIS GUNS. Batteries Trapped" by tho Iloers .prlrers Did Callaat Work, Hut Were Unable to Itemore Most of Quns-i,ossos Said to 1) Very Heary Losdov, Deo. 10. Tho war ofilco re eolved a diipaich auuouuclug'tliat Gen eral Bailer tnst with a serious reverse. General Duller was attempting to cross tho Tugela river. Fiudlug it Im possible to effect his objoct, ho ordored a retirement in order to avoid groatoi lofs Ho loft eleven grins behind. Londoh, Doc. 10. Tho following was tho text of Gcnirul Bullor's dispatch an nouncing his reverso: llullcr to Lunsdowno: "OniK ely Oami, Deo. IB, fl.to ji. ra. I regrot to report a serious rovcrso. 1 moved in fall sticugth from our camp near Chievely at 4 o'clook this morning. 1 here aro two fordablo places in the lIsIS axMntu. sin nnavxru nuLLr.a. Tugola rivor, and it was my Intention to lurui u paniugo tnrongu at una at them Tiler aro about two mllnt nnart. "My intention was to forca ono...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 December 1899

r3jp!n7r'7n3)!j$ f - f r' AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT., SATURDAY! DC'iSMBEK 10 &V jtMV? Jos. Finch's Golden Wedding. The Banner Liquor House Cor. Main and Exchange Sts. Is tho placo where you always find tlio largest stock of solootod brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines And all kinds of Imported goods. WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Is a dollolous, wholesome whisky. Tho whisky without a 191 headache. Per Gallon, ... gj.!3S Honest Quart, - - 5Qo 19 YEAR OLD BOWEfif RYE -SPRING 1880 Nearly old enough to vote. FOR XMAS, THE NICEST PRESENT AND BEST MERRY MAKER. ..CALIFORNIA SELECT WINES.. Per Gal. 90c. WiM Per Quart 25c. BFAll packages delivered freo In the city and vicinity, bearing no marks on the outside, Indicating tho contents. The Banner Liquor House Cor. Main and Exchange Sts. MT. VERNON RYE. '4$4MoM,$$ FRIDAY, Dec. 22 -IS- Dr. Bigelow's ntt ctnto nt AK RON find WADH M'ORTil. You rnn bpo htm at tho Km- Blie J louse, Akron, oinH:i!tti.m. to lim nnd nt the KodIIii 4 House, Wiuisworth,...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 December 1899

FtfWM Fffi$fctt$Wr,'WZJW'W "rtfWfgm"- '??! Wfel :' AKllON DAILY DJSJCOOIUT, SAT UJIDAY' 'DECEMBER 10 ! I I t '. ij THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Ew. I. Hartsr ftti W. Oiicr Miters s4 Massj'vi, Bd H. Da Iu 0anT, Mgr. Advertising Dspt orriOB Democrat Blook, Nos. its nd ItT Mala it. LORO DISTA90S PHOlf S ISO. orriosss aud bikxctoss, PrMld.ut -... )hii y,Wuh Vlc-rr.il4.pt,,. .--, -,. k.f.VJLiam Hroratarr ,'"'' W. Guek Tratnrru.HH. mM HMWIUlAi T. BjAwteii KDW.S. 1ITII..U.....,.JB0, MONAMABA Bl. H. IiA OOCT. XaUrsd si th Postofsas t Akron, Ohio, m Bjaoua4-aui MM1 AUtUr. Dellrertd Jsvsry KtsqUi br 0rrlr Box 5 CENTS A WEEK Br Mall 1140 ... ll.KforHll Months Official Papor of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 160. HATUUDAY, PJiOKMJlEIl 10 U.nci.k Sam has reason to rejoice that there are no lioers lit tlio Philippines, I'AwoTitiiB victory for tho liners" has come to be u familiar, term In tho war dlspatohes. IP things keep on coming Ills way, Oom Paul and his people will have a Merry...

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

Wf n oRTP! ' " -" '" ' 'J 'J'4,I f --Wf4-n. ff- rr ,f Ijj - J' AKRON DAILY DLMpCEAT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 KpitoHoio,oi5onoi,oo&iQV.ot50yor,ottotoitor,arnrr'nic;n?otf),7 'TUKUF,UllUilui'riwrlvrltfr,WiiVViUr.wrlUV(UrtUVVUUV;i oir;oto:otoitoxu SLAU Aort,h of JX-t. Prices Odd L-o-fcs at Phinney's 117 'flW"It will pay you to thia sale. OUV YOUR Xmas Outfit GRAND SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON Suits, Overcoats and Top Coats For IVlon, Boys RCOEIVCD THIS WECKi 200 Elegant Suits at .'.. 55 and upwards- '100 Fine Overcoats at gz&.rr s and Upwards 50 Top Coats at ,.$5.96 and upwards Boys' and Children's Suits nnd Ovorconta, at nil prices, good values. Thoy can't bo boaten at our figures. Under wear, and a fine lino of Neokwear just received. Nockwcar sold olsowlioro at GOc, our special Xmas prico 2 So. Our 75o nnd $1 Nockwosir, special Xmas prico SOo. Eemombor you will find John hore at tho Big 134 Clothing House MOLDSTEIN & OO. WBmmmamsaaamBaamaamammmmtmmmm a Cf'-Akron Dental Parlors You...

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

r1 r,viwt v'?i?r AKRON DAILY DEMOCHAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16 MB22CI i MR. JOSH SIMPKIN3 ON ETIQUETTE. Tre udi J up on etiquette, JU4 etery book that I could get, And ct Then Isn't one in all the lot Thit tclli feller It 1 not Do firmer to cat pie For brcikfant hence, why shouldn't If And, rtftbntnore, t cannot And In all U liwki I rail to mind A tingle line Thit rhrs reaon worth a whoop Against a second plaf of loup When fellers dine. Am) as Igr eating iUTOfati Without a spoon 1 ftiak that that'i A fool lih wit of rule. TThni I ft p-ai, I'll do as I darn please I And, what If more, till I'm a snob I'll rnt my corn straight oft the cob. And npirrercms I'll cat 1 Hare ultra) done In davs gone by A ecrt of rtinftllnj from the sky, A sort of gift from hrarrn come. Held 'twtxt my Anger and my thumb) And ai for thote peculiar things Called finger bowls 1 tow, by Jlngi, I will not use 'cm as they y The bon ton met 'cm today. If mr hands ajn't both tJood ard clean, The pump Is where It's al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 16 December 1899

ffi59$$9&fi0UGf$!iHff)5 faW-l? WQj& ." T'tiwnm &mft itf-,,rfl'' AKltON DAILY DHACOORAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 GOLD SSottssovifor'Si Ba without Gold Dust. It lightens the labor of cleaning more than half and saves both time and money. It is "Woman's Best Friend, Dirt's Worst Enemy." Band for rrw booklsl "Ooldoa Boles for Hoaitirork:." THB N. K. PAIRDANK COMPANY CUciri Sl.Louls NswYsrli Bntoa FOLDING D00HS. 1 Tho color tans of Mrs. IlaTlland's muslo room Is somber groen, while tlio drawing room Is decorated in merry pink. When her guoits are too serious or too frivolous, she changes their mood by passing thorn through the folding doors. Upon tho aft ernoon In question sho rocolvcd uio In the tnuilo rxmi ; so my usual gnyoty deserted tao and conversation pcomed to flag. "I bare often wondered," sho said sud denly after I had slghod thrco times, "why you quarreled with Ttya Lister. Forglto me for alluding to a painful subject." "Tho fact Is, my dear Mrs llnilnnd, I didn't qua...

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

fr . iw wv J.t. km?- gsna fcgjl"lT(vP TWTWWlfTTO! 8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 I- SWjsw wiV'' &3mT$mK The Weather Sunday Warmer. ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF OUR FAMOUS KID GLOVES We arc MORE than SURPRISED at the RAPID GROWTH of KID CLOVE SELLING, but Whin you CONSIDER the GLOVE we sell for gsi.oo you Will think It LITTLE WONDER Our KID GLOVE BUSINESS GROWS. All SliaJiS, all sizes, 2 clasp or hook' GUARAN TEED. At tl.HO a pair Wlion at our clovo counter ask tn look lit our Jl.fiO gloves, it in a splendid fitting glove, two clasps or liook. Guar anteed. At Too a pair This kIovo wo don't Riiarantnn, but It is a Rood glove and will glvo satisfaction. At 2oa each Dainty llnon lawn liatidkorcliicfs with Iaco and em broldored odgo. Makes very nico presents. At ISJjO oacli All linen liond korchlols, with Initials, any letter you want, oxtra good quality. At So and llijifc ouch I.adlos and Gents Japonotto Handker chiefs In silk Initial luttors, look almost Ilko 1 1 Ic. At 12c to ...

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

vw ffflffwqS!i5 Mp H ' Bacr's Lancaster Almanac For IBOO Hn Arrlvil it STEINBACHER'S, IOA K. Markot St. AKRON DAILt DEI! : t Fred Laub's Specials for Thursday, Dec. 21 Hparo UlUs. Tftiulcrtoini. Balk Oyftirs -V ir nt Turkfyinnd nil klnri of hri'Mcil Poultry People's Cash Heat Market, urn. uowarJ st. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 207 AKItON. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING? DECEMBEIt 18. 1899. PRICE ONE GENT feArtrsfii tfOCRAT. to f GAG Rules Did the Work. Currency Bill Passes by 190 to 150. Only One Brief Week For Debate. Congress Limits the Country's Business To a Basis of Gold, and Gold Only. Washington, D.C., Deo. 18. (Spl.) The Administration's Currency Reform bill passod the House shortly before noon today by a voto of 100 to 150. Seven New York and Brooklyn Democrats and one Massachusetts Democrat voted with the Republi cans in favor of the bill. The bill has been messaged to the Senate for concurrent action, and will pass that body, with some minor amendments. The introduction and passage of tho...

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

(f.Jjjij"f!W iiftIBj,sraiT3R T e m f ? - 'W rT.ft- Wf yj yrjvvr ' r f ' ''rtS,i AivitUlN JLiAiIiY iijuAlULHAi'. .1NAx'. DECEM.HEK 18 ff g-"c,T-i.i'Um.,.jiu To Have Charge of British Forces In South Africa. KITCHENER 1118 CHIEF OF STAFF. palUr to Command Only In Natal Lord Robarts Son Died of Wouud More Troopt to l)o Sent and Volunteer! tu lie beteeted For Service. London, Don. 18. Barou Roberts of Kandahar and Watcrford, commander of the forces In Ireland, has boon ap pointed to the chlof command In Sonth Africa, with General Lord Kitchoner of Khartonm as his chief of stall. A notico was posted at tho war oiTlce, containing tho following: "As tho campaign in Natal, in the opinion of her majesty's government, is likely to require tho presence and un divided attention of General Sir Red- vers Duller, it has been decided to send Baron Roberts of Kandahar and Water ford a commander in ohiof in South Af. rica.wlth Lord Kitchener as obicf of staff, to proceed to South Africa without delay...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 December 1899

pQjiswifiSStf!? 1 wgHHr''5tir4ri AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY DECEMBER 18 Kol.oKoKotoMoKoKooitoltoitoitOKoi(olfotot(oltoKol(oKowoHoMox cKoKOOKOltoKOKOKonoKOonoitoitoi(OROKoKOonotloxotoito.o ot "8 a K otf aV o oK f X Kg, OK otf I AM iiipt How a Woman With More Money Tlmn Brolus Amuses Young Women Whom Sho Calls "Her Working Girls." BY BESSIE DOW BATES, naYo3iOteoloteofeofeo1abofeofeafrafeoliofeofenteotenfenbniJAlnt4A!rv.a'n S OMo'oMotioMo'aoMoiloiovioMotloMoMo)ioioio'40VoMo)toMoioMoii ' The funniest thing In Now York hap pens on Friday nights every week. It U already a good many months old and promises to live to a good old age. And It has been funny the vory funniest thing In nil this big city ever since Its beginning, and It will continue to be a tcrcamlng farce as long as It lives. The funniest part of It all 1b that Its Instigator and central flguro does not tare tho faintest Idea that there Is anything funny about It I bavo told tho story to a number of New Yorkers who have live...

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. — 18 December 1899

f5?5 !JfW3H;1rw" IMMJi-'rl J MMMl'-J -It "TWiPI fj-tM'S 1 ?nv,ip AJIIION DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECJGJM.TJER 18 IS I THE DAILY DEMOCRAT E"w. i. Hirlir Frs, W. Qiyer Editor, ml Mansgtrs. En II. Da LA Oocbt, Mir. AdTSrtlilni Dept rrBMsttiin t HB AKRON DEMOCRAT OOMFANY orncm Democrat Block, Noi. us and ur Main it. loKa sistahob rnoira 100. ornovna asd xiiitKaroas. Ttniatnl .Jaiim V. WiLra yiPf.ii.Ht X. Paihf Ssorstsrr -" W. Oatex TrMiurerMWWHH mm.wili.iam t. bavtkr KDW. B. HAT.. JHO. UaNAMABA ED. 11. !) LA OOOKT. Xntsrsii at th, Pottoflloe at Akron, Ohio, at Beoond-Clui Mall MatUr. Dellrerad Krsrr Ersnlng bj Oarrisr Dor 6 CENTS A WEEK Br Mall II) - UJororBlx Month! Official Paper of tht City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18 J. Btn.r, hna discovered that tho taBk of subduing the South African Hon wns not bo much of n "lioforo breakfast" affair as ho supposed, The Hon. Geo. W. Slobor, Akron's Senator-eloet, Is proparlng to go to Columbus to assumo th...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 18 December 1899

4tT T(?B()gSS5?R?W .vrfV; "-""n" HppWlifWfl 'WfrWPMWlPiWS '" AKRON iAII,Y JJfiSMQORAT.MvJJDAY DECEMBER 18 Great Remodeling Sale : ForX buy something useful. A Suit of Clothes An Overcoat A New Hat A Nice Muffler Gloves or Mittens or Handkerchiefs ! AVe nave just what you want for a Christmas present. Wo ; are cleaning up stock, making special piicca on everything, ; and you can buy at very low figures. But look in, see our ; goods and got prices ; then you will buy sure. Call. Akron Clothing Co. ; ISO Sou-fell Howard at. I Next door to Dodge's Jurnituro Store. MONOPOLY. This Company Has It. Patents In All Great Nations of World. Too Late for Wholesale Trade... 3 CASKS HAVILAND CHINA DINNER SETS ' ' 5 CASES CHINA FANCY GOODS 22 BARRELS OPALESCENT NOVELTIES 6 BARRELS FINE LAMPS. Will closo tlipra out at retail at Specially Low Prices The Merrick & Sons Co. TV U1Q 17 I S a X JLL jvftOAlftfji.yViftAj I linn fn ID It you wimt to enjoy a rare musical treat call at tho U. DREHER SONS C...

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

r?tiTir. " Y nji w - -"r r,M"'x,''TnT'yiv ify v -- h jpj- r .'F'WWW'i PUV viHpiw-u.u Ju'WNk r-r . . . ---- " ' m '"" ' -. .- . ..'.. - . i. . - " . i ,-' v ;a- if :' u'i:. .-j i.vtttvztp . : , '-';rzi vj ..t .... .,.,, ,.. ,-j. .., .,,.,. ., .,., U r,VY,y,,p 6 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY DECEMBER 18 "'' jsw ' : i . -.wit 'tSgBBgP1'"' ' ' "i, ' (vv -irf" f ' i- F f: n W 1 I5'., Sw HILARS OF SMOKE. TRIALS OF TRUTH EXPRESSED WITH I A BIBLICAL SYMBOL Iter. Dr. Tnliiinfce Sola Forth the Snf ferlntr of the Clinrrli of elm! In n Powerful Sermon 1 Ilcn 1'or I'nltr of Utidesrvor. ICoprrlfht, louU Klopsch. 1S30 Wabhinotov, Dec. 17. The trials through which the truth has struggled arc by Dr. Tnhnago here set forth un der a Dlble sjrahol oC great suggcstUe ness anil power; text, Molomou's Song, 111, C "Who Is this that cometh out o the wilderness like pillars of smoke!" The nichltccturo of the stnoko Is won drous, Mother God with his linger turves It into a cloud, or rounds It Into a dome, or ...

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. — 18 December 1899

tWE?A!y;rtfWTiT1VTi'w-T . -u " - t"i 'ww''y'"ytJi,g,T'iiwwty'tf jMi?wuMR!Mm'iMMmwM()t Wf(,eSSKr "B1 ttVaPSWB-''WP PURE BltlTISlI G'EITT A SOUTH AFRICAN FIGHT THAT TRIED MEN'S SOULS. Denpmte Ynlo In tli Defense tit (he Hospital ni Ilnrlic's llrltl In the Zulu Wnr-Vho Victoria Cross Won hy Trlrnle Soldiers, Copyrldht, 1S09. by 0. U Kilmer. Oi:it and Hilton will hate It out In South Africa. Ever; body out Bide of Kngland expects that tliu honors of per sonal pluck nu(l prowess will surely rest with the Doers which ever way the victory Roes. Here Is a story of bulldog Itrlt Ish grit display ed on the border between the Transvaal and Natal In the Zulu war: Cetewayo, la6t of tho great Zulu war chiefs, vtas standing oft the Ilrltlsb ndance ns the Doers hao been 'do ing since October aud with truu sav age tactics managed to fall upon and use up Isolated detachments of the white soldiers. One day he crossed the .Buffalo river nnd slaughteicd the British column at Isandlaua, a. few miles belo...

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

W 3gw rftrm ? "3 "yss tyit j'jB"" -8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMBER 18 -.,-...-ay-. r w a k' Be e; t rtp&t The Weather Tuesday Rain. Pictures Pictures A Lasting Holiday Gift Is a Hcan tiful McdaIiion,citlicr colored 01 in tho plain ihoto grnph or o c.ui show you Bomo beautiful hanging jiic tures. etchings, colored plates, etc. At 17c each Itonutlful colorod mcdnlllons with braim finished corners nnd wood on backB. A big varloty of subject. At l!5o each Mcdallloni) with good frntne.olthur tliuplnln photo graph or colorod, nny subject jou can think on. At 8l)o each Round or square medallions, colorod photos, very handsome Homo of tluso sub JectB nro taken from tho work of tho old masters. At 60o each Hanging Pictures or Medallions In colored or ltgulnr photograph with fancy fra.int s. At $1.00 oach Largo Medallions or Hanging Pictures in colors or In plain photos, almost any sub ject you can think of. AMI.Moach. A beautiful colorod picture taken from lifo with heivvy brass...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

fljflfrfriijjWMq Wiii VtffTt 5 Shot Guns,Rlfles, Shot, Powder, Shells, Cartridges, Revolvers, fishing Tackle, everything la Sporting1 Goods at Lowest Prices. GEO. S. DALES & SON, 228 South Main St. AKRON DAILY DE RoseBudCream the te nmUr for all roirh icu n( Ike tktn. It l( delltblf ul a tolltt remlsltt. ilk for It t O. B.HarporAOo'a Drug iStara. MOCRAT. VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 208 ANOTHER American Official Loses His Life In the Philippines. Gen. Henry W. Lawton Instantly Killed While Standing at the Head of His Troops. Gen. Shatter Denies Report Concern Ing Logan. Manila, Doc. 19. (Spl.) General Henry W. Lawton was shot and in stantly killed at San Mnoko while standing in front ot his troops. Shatter Denies Report. Washington, Dec. 19. (Spl.) Gen Shatter wires tho War Department that the stories concerning Major Long's death have been carefully In' vestigated and that there Is nothing in tho tale to tho olfect that lie was shot by one of his own rnon. ENGLAND Doesn't Like Such New...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

W&!&W$$lAKt&F"M'' ' "mi'' wflf ?j bwSJo f i AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 191 I rjr :, :r Sit J.- dV 'A $:' Pt- ra. $j if; fov tr " t: ; J m L5 - I 1 ! '. i . Mj4-Jit DECEIVED America's Voters By the International Agreement Farce. Silver Republicans Issue an Address Showing How Their Position Is Vindicated And How Bimetallism Have Been Betrayed. TVASraNotoy, Doo. 10. Tho enrroncj bill Was passed by the houso by a voto Of 1W to ISO. It had tlio united support of (Tory IlcpnbKran lu tho houso nnd of 11 Democrats Messrs. Clayton, Driers, riOgerald, Levy, Hnppcrt, Seudder, Underhlll and Wilson (N. Y.)i MdAlocr (Pa.),Donuy (Md.) and Thayer (Mass.). All tho other Democrats voted against the rnootaro or wero p.drod attaint It except Mr. John Walter Smith, Kovcr-nor-eloct from Maryland, Stallitifis (Ala.) and General .Wpll Whotler (Ala,). Mr, HtullliiKS (Ala.) has not boon presout lu tho houso tills session owing to illuoss, and ono of his col. league! announced that If...

Publication Title: Akron Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Akron daily Democrat. — 19 December 1899

rw j:spjr(.fflfcf (f?,'W3ST5 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY DECEMBER 19 COLTS OF CONGRESS. HEW FACES AND FIGURES IN THE LEGISLATIVE HALLS. Hen Who Mow Make Their Debut In ttia Home of llepreaentatlvea, Store Than a HnndreA of Them. . Some Rotable Character!. Bpocial Correspondence. WAsnmaTos, Dec. IS. Each new congress brings now faces to thu chambers of tho senate and houso of representatives, tho study of which Is nno of tho most Interesting and en grossing occupations of the habitats of tho galleries. Tho Fifty-sixth con gress, which Is now getting fairly down to business, Is no exception to this rule, and In tho house particularly there are many new faces. Some of them are extremely strong nud at tractive, faces, Indicating that force, mental vigor and self ussertlvcness which will make their possessors posi tive factors In national legislation. Tho membership of tho house In cludes 100 brand 'new recruits, who now make their debut In the balls of congress. Of this number 57 are ...

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