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AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT,. -MONDAY, NOYEMBER 27
FOB SALE Tie business of the late J. W.
ilttle, consisting of millinery and ladles
furnishings. Inquire of Jay W. Little. 121
S. Main st. 1S9-191
FOR SALE Farm of 61 acres. Good
buUdlngt, a miles -rest of city on the Bmlth
road. Dr. I J. Baughman, Montrose, O.
FOB SALE OB TRADE 39 acres with
ood buildings and fences, rich tillable land,
watered by springs and brook, nno fish
Jond, orchard and sugar bush: close to
Akron; price less than 12.500. J. I. Bachtel,
Insurance pd loans, 183 South Howard st.
FOB SALE Every person who contem
plates buying should see that new S. Main
ft. dwelling, just at end of pavement, nine
rooms with -ttlo and bath rooms, halls ce
mented cellar, gas, furnace, hot. and cold
roter, well, cistern and sewer. This com
plete home can be purchased for less than
f?,000 if sold soon. J. I. Bachtel, 1SS South
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE-Seven acre
truck farm near Akron, with good house.
Five lots, North Hlli.ct il30each.lf sold
New 8 room house near pavement and
street cars, a bargain at '1,150.
Newsroom house York St., nearly new,
Money to loan at lowest rates of interest.
C. H. JONES. Tel. Sod.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO 10AN $5,000 in sums to suit borrower.
J. luacntei, IBS soutn Howard. iTOtl
MONEY TO LOAN KXSO to 110,000 to loan
on real estate. 6 per cent. Wm.T. Siwyer,
attorney, uoyie djock. hi-jvz
MONEY TO LOAN From J5.00 and op
ward on household goods or any chattle se
curity and allow the goods to remain la
four possession. Can repay ns In monthly
nstallments. Boom 14, Arcade block. Of-
nce ours.s:su to u:hu a. m., i:su to a p. m.
L. C. MILLEB fc IYY.MILLEB.
TO EXCHANGE A first class four horse
power electric motor for a ten horse power
"WANTED To adopt a boy between four
and seven years Of age. Address "Boy"
care Democrat. 1S4 tf c
WANTED One or two 'first-class asles-
men In each state to sell a saloon and cigar
stpre specialty an article of morlt and a
hot seller. Straight salary to good men.
Write quick. Send stamp for reply. Chicago
Mfg. Co., Congress Park, Ills." 180-2W
"WANTED Boarders wanted at 804 Pine
St., second house north of Exchange street;
about seven minutes walk from the Bubber
shop. Ella Knox. 185-101
"WANTED Middle aged doctor, Income
W.60O yearly, nice home, lame nractles
wants good natured wife. No scolds need
apply. Dr. jonn g., 1T7 East wthst-, Chi
cago. 111. 1S7-180
"tt ANTED A girl for general housework
In family of two. Must.be a good cook
with good references. Call at corner of
Buchtel avenue and Klrkwood st. at once.
FOUND A lady's gold watch. Owner can
have It by paying expenses. Apply to J. G.
Rohner, 6H Summer st. ( 1S7-180
I will buy all the old horses and mnrpn
that you do not want to keep over wlnten
k. u. Aimmcrmon, ziu jcrnace st- Akron.
Ohio. Tel. 828. 188 t f
Real Estate and Insurance.
If you want to buy a house,
If you want to sell a house,
If you want to borrow money.
If you want to loan your money.
Call on E. M. YOUNG, Boom 31 Akron Sav
ing's Bank Block,. Phone P32.
V. F. COLEMAN
, Justice of tho Peace and Notary.
205 Wooster avenue.
Houses on monthly payments, choice lots
on Wooster av. will bo sold at a sacrifice,
also greenhouse equipments- cheap. A 45
horse-power boiler, almost new. I have the
finest allotment In Akron,. Lots,60xl75 from
Sioototsoo. Como to see me:
Before You Take Your Life,
ceddent or h-alfh Insurance, see
FRAHE 0. HEWC0MB, District Agent
Aetna life Insurance Co., Everett building
If you want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock Barn,
No. 1850 South Main st. Nothing but
flrst-class horses kept in stock.
N. B. STEEOTEB, Prop., Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
WANTED TO LOAN
11,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquiro at onco.
PETERSON & WRIGHT
Successors to J. . Peterson
Grain. Boy, nil Feed, cement, Lime, Etc.
125 H0STH MATH ST.
Peterson & "Wright
Harper Whisky is rapidly becom
ing the national beverage. It's the
one thing all parties agree upon.
Republicans, Democrats, Populists.
Even the "know-nothing" party
knows one thing; the merits of Har
per Whisky. Sold by TO. "WASH
ER, i K. iiowara st., Akron, o.
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
Orders promptly attended to.
155. MAIN STT AKRON, O.
Our specialty. Special rates. We
wash clean, good finish, don't ruin
fabrics. "Will call for and deliver
goods. One trial is all we aslr.
405 Eist Erchanee st.
nioae K9 Etz t'Eeed, Props.
MASSILL0N COAL CO.
We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real estate security.
Low rate of Interest. Terms most
110 South Union st'. Phono Ho. 593
Rltohio Coal Co.
Has a good house for rent.
Also coal to sell. We are
not In the combine.
IIO W, SVIwrKe St
Steam Laundry 5
c New machinery, new location.
5 We guarantee our work. High
gloss or domestic finish.
hor I43Q H
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General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay "Working Machinery for
Stoneware a Specialty.
Grpwors oF &f Ira
Catawba "hire, Cata-rta A, Port,
Always on hu4. All orders pronatly filled.
Srecl attention given te ill null orders.
SCHAEDLER St RHEIK,
. Kcllj's Island, 0.
Prom, us on your own terms ,. also
see u&about that INSURANCE
- you have expiring soon.
P. PB0CK S CO,
A. O. EL. UBS
Moving Vans, Teaming
and Transferring. "Pill
3 your coal bins now and
avoid the rush." Office,
Cor. Cherry and Canal sts. Tel. 25".
"For Every Purpos
Exchange and Water Streets.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer end Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
for funerals, weddings, parties and
1 23 and 1 25 Carroll st. Tel. Ko. 306
You Must Eat to Live
Why not corns w-sre yon get
the BEST MEALS at all hours?
B-ETTLING BROS., Props.
200-202 E. Harket st.
CLAM'S S LOBSTERS
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MEALS SERVED AT ALL H-UHS.
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you have taken mercury, lodl J potash, and
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A llan(Jsoma,Publicatlon, "The Empire of the
South," Issued by tho Southern Railway.
"The Empire of the South," a 200
page book, handsomely illustrated,
with most complete information ever
compiled regarding the South and
its industries is a valuable addition
to any library.
This book is issued by the South
ern Railway, having been compiled
at a large expense, and it is the
handsomest publication of the kind
ever gotten out.
Copy will beforwarded promptly
to any addressNipon application to
W. A. Turk, general passenger agent,
Washington, D. C, with 15 cents to
Hunting and fishing books, "Land
of the Sky" pamphlets, maps and
other illustrated literature mailed
free to any address by,
J. C. Beam, Jr., N. W. P. A., 80
Adams st., Chicago, 111.
C. A. Balrd, 210 Fourth ave., Louis
Wm. H. Tayloe, Asst. General
Passenger Agent ' ouisville, Ky.
Thanksgiving Rates via C, A. & C. Ry
To all stations Nov. 29 and 30. Tick
ets good returning until Dec. 1 inclusive.
a s ts s
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saves rubbing, saves wear ol
clothes, makes cleaner clothes
with half the work.
5C and the grocer returns
the 5c, if you want it.
Fels a. Co, ciiVcn. PhiladiphU.
MIGHTY TASK FOR BBITAIN.
General Joubert Points Oat Ensland'i
Stupendous Undertaking Guerilla
Warfare ni Xast Retort.
Beriix, Nov. 27. The Deutsche Zei
frong published a letter, purportinc to
come from General Joubert, and dated
at Ladysmith, Oct, 37, in which the
"Eveu if we do not succeed in pre
venting the concentration of General
Bailer's troops, tho British army will
be weakened from natural causes to
inch an extent that not more than 35,.
000 efficient troops, or 40,000 at the out
side, can take tho field. The others
must be employed to protect communi
cations. In this connection it is to be
borne in mina that not only Natal, but
Cape Colony, with a base or operations
covering -135 miles, must be considered
"Oar bases of supplies are af home
and oreauized on the relay system in
three directions. To protect these does
not require 500 men. If one base should
be seriously threatened the supplies will
be destroyed. A war of defense, of
which we need not think for a consid
erable time, will present more advant
ages than an offensive.
"The British -will have to contest
every step under inconceivable difficul
ties, ana must be prepared, at every mo
ment to fight on two or three fronts.
"Then will begin a guerrilla war,
which the British will not be able to en
dure. Already we have 50,000 men in
the field, eo we do not iired to calculate
upon a rising of the Boers in Cape Col
ouy and Natal. Nevertheless, if thi
British stir up the natives aud employ
them to light us, a rising of tho whole
of Afrikauderdom is certain."
COERS NOT CONSIDERED REBELS.
Enjlaiid Tikes New Ground by Her War
Berlin', -Nov: 27. The Reichsanzeiger
announces that Great Britain has noti
fied Germany that since Oct. 12 a stata
of war has existed with the two Dutch
The Kolnisch Zeitnng, commenting
upon this, said:
"Tho announcement is of twofold in
portance. In the first place, it proves
that England receded J rota her former
view point of regarding tho Boers as
mere rebels, and, secondly, it imposes
upon all Germans the duty of preserv
ing strict nentrahty."
Mrs, McCormlck Died.
Chicago, Nov. 27. Mrs. Henrietta
Hamilton McCormick, a pioneer resident
af Chicago, and the wife of Leauder J.
McCormick, one of the founders ot the
McCormick reaper works, died. She
was a victim of cerebral apoplexy, at
the advanced age of 77 years.
Captain Holcombo Dropped Dead.
St. Paul, Nov. 27. Captain Edwin
V. Kolcombe, superintendent of the
dining and sleeping car service of the
the Great Northern railroad, dropped
dead on the street here from heart dis
ease. Hobart Left 85,000,000.
New Tore, Nov. 27.It is estimated
that the fortune of Vice President, Ho
bart is worth SoOOQO. His heir is
Garret A. Hobart, Jr.
WHEAT 67 CENTS.
Nov. 27, S p. m. Butter, creamery
SOc, country 25o, lard 10c; eggs 25o
to 28c; chickens, Hoperlb. dressed,
spring chicken. 14c a lb.
Corn, ear 25c p buBhel,
shelled 48c; oats SOc; hay 65 to 70o
a hundred; straw 35o a hundred.
Lettuce 19 to 20o per pound. Head
Radishes, three bunches for 10c.
Cucumbers 15c a piece.
Tomatoes 25c a lb.
Celery 10c a' bunch.
Potatoes, 60c a bu.
Home grown cabbage, 5 to 12c head
Caulifower, 10 to 25c a head.
. Hubbard squash, 2c a lb.
Parnsnips 25c a peck.
Turnips, 15c a peck.
Vegetable oysters 7c a bunch.
Wheat 67c; oats 27c; corn,
ear, 20o. corn, shelled, 87c; hay,
$11 to $13; rye, 65o.
Butter, creamery, 26c; country
15 to 20c; lard, 6'to6c; eggs, 22c;
chickens, live 7 to 8c, dressed 10c.
Navy beans, $1.75; marrowfat
Potatoes 35to 40c.
Cured hides, No. 1, 9 No. 2, 8Jo,
green,No. 1, 7Jc, No. 2 6c, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10Me, No. 2, 9c;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8o; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts-, 40 to 65c; lamb
skins 45c, -
Pork, dressed, 5 to 5 live 4o;
beef, dressed, 6c to 8Kc, live
6c; mutton, live. 3o to 4c;
dressed, 6c to 8c; spring lamb,
8to9c; pork, loins, 18c; Yeal, live
3 to 6c, dressed, 8 to 9c.
Sugar-cured ham, 9c to HJo;
Bhoulder, 7 to 7c; California ham,
G to 7c; bacon, 8 to 9c; dried beef,
11 to 17c; lard, simon pure, 7J
in tub; 7c in tierces; country
kettle 6c; pure lard, 6o.
Hemlock,bill stuff $19 per m
Norway bill stuff $23 per m
Yellow pine siding No. 1 $27 per m
Yellow pine flooring No. 1 common
$25 per m
Yellow pine ceiling No. 1 $27 per m
White pine lath No. 1, $6.00 per m
White pine lath No. 2 $5.60 per 1000
Clear red cedar shingles $3.50 per
Clear hemlock shingles $2.75 per
DON'T BUY LUMBER
Until you get our prices and see
The Hankey Lumber Co,,
"Wholesale and retail dealers la
And manufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc.
1036 South Plain St. -' Akron, O.
Attack Small Ameri
THCEE TJ. S. SOLDIERS CAPTDKED.
tit Mlaslzal Officials Who Welcomed
Americans Were Murdered by iSebeU.
Names of American Prioners Ionnd on
Con-rent Walls at San Carlos.
Mamu, Nov. 27. A Filipino council
of war was held by the retreating lead
ers at Bayambang Xov. 13 in the house
now occupied by General STacArthur.
It was attended by Aguinaldo, Pio del
rtlar, Garcia, Alejandrino and some
members of the so-called cabinet. Infor
mation reached General ilacArthur
from several sources to the effect that
the council recognized the futility of at
tempting further resistance to thi
Americans with united forces, anfl
agreed that the Pihpirio 'troops should
tcatter and should thereafter follow
Four men of Company D, Ninth in
fantry, were foragiug beyond Bimban,
when 20 Filipinos took them in ambush,
killing cue and capturing the other
three. The Americans resisted for half
an hour. The firing being heard at
Bamvau, Lieutenant Frazer, with a
sanaa followed the retreating Filipinos
ssveral miles. The Americans found
the body of tho soldier boloed. They
burned the hamlet where the light tools
Three Filipino riflemen ambushed an
American surgeon near Capas. He
snot one and the others fled.
Between Bamban and Angeles a mide
train was fired upon by the insurgents,
and a Spaniard, a lormer prisoner of the
Filipinos, who was with the train, was
shot. At Halasinui tho officials who
welcomed the Americaus were mur
dered This was the only railroad town
which the Americans did not garrison,
and on the niche the troops withdrew a
band of insurgents entered, dragged An
tonio Mejia, president of the town, into
the street and. cnt his throat. The murder
ers then assassinated the vice president
and five members of tho town council
in tho same manner and told the fright
ened natives who witnessed tho slaughter
to spread the news that a similar late
awaited all menus ot tne Americans.
The mayor of San Carlos, who rode
in the carriage with General ilacAr-
thur aud Colonel Bell when the Ameri
cans entered the town, said the cheers
of the people were murdered tho nest
Colonel Bell's regiment advanced
from Bayambang upon Mangajarom,
where it was supposed there is a large
insurgent force. Two battalions of the
newly arrived Twenty-eighth infantry
were sent by cascoes to Bacoor to rein
force the south line.
Major Spence, with 50 men of the
Thirty-second regiment, surrounded a
village near Bautiston during the night
and attacked the place about daybreak,
capturing a Filipino captain and 15 men,
with seven rifles.
News from General" Young was that
there were ten cavalrymen and 200
Jlaccabebys with him, most of the
horsemen who started having been
compelled to drop out;- because their
horses failed them.
The Filipinos took the American pris
oners from Vctoria to San Cirlo3. On
the walls of the Victoria prison and of
tho Sau Carlos convent- aroRhe follow
ing names: "- -
George Langford, Thomas Hayes.
Harry Winfield, Phil Betterton, J. I.
Salisbury. A. N. GordonJE."". Nugent,
Frank Stone, John Desmond, George
Sackett, David Scott, Martin Brennan,
Tom Edwards, D. P. Curran, John
Cronin, Charles Baker, C. L. Davis, Le
On the walls of the San Carlos con
vent were also found the following
Charles Bird, W. J. Sheehy, F. E.
Edward Burke, battleship Oregon;
U. B. Powers, gunboat Urdaueta; John
J. Farley, B. J. Greene, Tilden. Herbert.
A PE0VINCE SUKKENDERED
Natives Turned Over Zarauoanga Uncon
ditionally to Commander Very In
formation Sent by Watson.
Washington, Nov. 27. Secretary of
the Navy Long received a cablegram
from Admiral Watson, informing him
that the entire prov mce of Zamboanga,
island of Mindanao, had surrendered
unconditionally to Commander Very of
the Castiue. Tho surrender was made
on the 18th instant. Admiral Watson's
dispatch contained tho following:
"Cavite, Nov. 26, 1890.
Secretary Navy, Washington:
"Nov. 18 entire province Zamboanga
surrendered to Very unconditionally.
Delivery all guns promised. Numerous
local chiefs declared loyalty.
(Signed) , "Watso::."
The information contained m Admiral
Wateou's dispatch was .received by the
president ana his advisers with uncon
cealed satisfaetion. Tho surrender of
the province of Zamboauga is regarded
as the beginning of the end of the revo
lution iu the island of Mindanao and,
it is believed, ?rill be a hard blow to
those who are still endeavoring to main
tain the insurrection in the island of
On tho 21st inst. Admiral Watson
iabled the navy department that Com
mander Very had captured the city of
Zamboanga on the loth. He was aided
by friendly natives of Moros and was
holding the town pending the arrival
of reinforcejients from Jolo.
On the same day General Otis in
formed the war department that ho had
ordered two companies of intantry to
be sent to Zamboanga from Jolo.
Zamboanga is the principal city of
the island of Mindanao, which is the
Eecond largest island of the Philippine
group. Advices from Admiral Watson
indicate that tho entire southern half of
the island, which comprises the prov
iuce of Zamboanga, had yielded to the
American forces aud acceded to ttio
juithority ot the United States.
The following cablegram was received
at the war department from General
"Insurgents made feint on Irnns
last night. Three enlisted men
wounded; their loss, t-p killed, one
captured. Quicklv witudrew. Addi
tional troops sent from Manila today.
Insurgents will be driven south. Ue
uorts from Necros enonnrnn-iiiir. flhinf
"insurgent leader north of island sur
rendered voluntarily. More planting
being done. Moro sugar mills at work
than at any time since revolution against
Spain began. Officers report people
apparently cheerful and hopeful that
form of government in onoratiou well
cuited to conditions and working
Tho ndjntant general received Satur-
day tne roilowmg cablegram from Gen
Vessel from Lingayea gulf with dis
patches from "Wheatcn to 23d inst.
brought in Bueacamino, insurgent sec
retary of state, captured 21st iust. He
was with Aguinaldo and party; left Tar
lac night 13th to be escorted north by
2,000 troops from Bayambang and Dagu
jjan. These troops Wheaton struck at
iaaa Jacinto and Young eastward.
Aguinaldo with part of family escaped
north with 200 men, passing between
Young and "Wheaton. Young still in
pursuit last accounts and has been ra
tioned at San Fernando.
. "Agninaldo's mother and oldest child
with Bnencainiao. separated from rest
of party, mother lost in woods, and
child, 4 years old. with "Wheaton's
troops; j-2,000 gold, belonging to
mother, captured aud uow in Manila
"Heavy storm in Lingayen has pre
vented loading of troops thcro for tne
north. MacArthur has captured insur
gent director of railroad.who endeavored
to destroy railroad to Dagnpan; also
Captain Lawrence. Englishman, who
served Agninaldo's artillery. Telegraph
not working north of Tarlac today.
Lawton believed to be on military road
to Bayambang. Roads now practicable
for wagons, and supplies for him being
forwarded. Oar troops h"ve liberated
some 300 Spanish prisoners recently."
Lieutenant Williams Dead.
"Washington-, Nov. 27. Inlormation
was received here of the death id the
Hedico-Chirurgical hospital iu Phila
delphia, from pneumonia, of First Lieu
tenant "William H. Williams, Twelfth
infantry. He was soverely wounded in
the eye in action near Angeles, in the j
THE KENTUCKY ELECTION.
Speculation About Gocbel's 3:cst 3Iove.
I.o,t Xelsou Couuty Case.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 27. Goebel
ant! his managers were in conference
here. There was a general Impression
outside that some important move was
to be made by the Goebel hide early this
week, and it was generally suprjosad
that a mandatory injunction sui; to pre
vent" the state election board from count
ing tho vote of Jefferson, Knox and
Johnson counties will be part of it
though this was not confirmed by any
ono in authority. It is tnought doubt
ful if Governor Bradley would recognize
Goebel as governor if given a certificate
of election by the state election board,
unless its sanction was in obedience to a
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ruling or tiie court. In that event it
was believed he would resist no further.
but would advise Taylor to contest be
fore the legislature.
The court of appeals Saturday
clinched Taylor's right to 1,107 Nelson
cquuty votes, iu that it unanimously re
fused to dissolve the injunction as asked
by Gocbel's attorueys. The votes in
controversy were certified for J. P., in
stead of W. S. Taylor. Judge Jones
of Nelson county ordered these votes
counted for W. S. Taylor, and this
order is affirmed.
BLOWING UP OF THE MAINE.
Official Interested Iu Published
bat Itad No Information.
Washington, Nov. 27. Some inter
est was created in oftlcial circles here by
tho publication cf the results of what
purported to bo a secret investigation re
garding tho destruction of the battle
ship Maine in Havana harbor, which,
the story aaid, was blown ud by guueot
ton torpedoes planted in the bay tor that
Captain Lucien Young is the port of
ficer at Havana, and it is possible, said
one official, tiat he may have dug up
the information printed. Secretary
Long ot the naw- was very much inter
ested in the story, bat said he had no in
formation on the subject.
Tito Aphj xlated by Gas.
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heater. The rubber tube connecting
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BIG BATTLE XEAtt GBAS PAIf.
Iha floers Retreated After a Flercs
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General Methuen Was In HelloCTapb
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"Early in the action 500 Boers at
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tnet this and also protected the 'flanks.
The naval brigade acted with the great
est gallantry and Buffered heavily, but
no particulars are yet known.
"The enemy showed the greatest
stubbornness and must have suffered
greatly. Twenty were buried. It is
known that 81 were killed and 48
wounded. More than 50 Horses were
found dead, in one place. One battery
fired 500 rounds.
"Onr force must halt one day at Gras
Fan to rest and replenish ammunition.
Tho force worked splendidly and is pre
pared to overcome any difficulty. The
naval brigade, the Royal Marines, the
Light intantry and the First battalion
of the iNorth Lancashire regiment espec
ially distinguished themselves."
"ReRarding Thursdayfight: Eighty
one Boers lolled are accounted for.
Sisty-fonr wagons were burned. A
large quantity of powder, 50,000 rounds
of ammunition and 750 shells wero
blown up. Commandant Albrecht
(chief of the Orange Free State artil
lery) commanded the Boer attillery.
General Dolewoy was in chief com
mand." The admiralty was in receipt of the
following dispatch from Rear Admiral
Harris, dated Cape Town, Nov. 25:
"I deeDly regret to report the follow
ing casualties in tho action at Gras Fan
"Killed: Commander Ethelston of
the Powerf ul.Major Plumbo of the Dons,
uaptam ot tne Monarch.
"Wounded: Flag Captain Prothero
of the Dons, severely; Lieutenant Jones
of the Doris.
"The other casualties are not yej
known. Commander De Horsey, Cap
tain Morgan and Lieutenent Wilson, all
of the Monarch, have Droceedcd co join
the naval brigade with" Lord Methnen."
Loxdox, Nov. 27. There was a rumor
received that President Kruger is suf
fering from Bright's disease, and that
his condition is giving rise to anxiety.
Five hundred Boers attacked Kuru
man, in Eechuanaland, on Nov. 13. Tho
fighting lasted almost continuously for
six days and nights, but the Boers were
finally beaion off with a loss of SO in
killed and 2S in wounded. -The British
lost one killed and one wounded. The
Boers suddenly disappeared, for some
reason unknown to the-Engiish.
A further dispatch fron Cape Town,
dated Saturday, faid:
"The officers, non-commissioned offi
cers and men in the hospital at Nvn
berg are doing well, except a driver and
a gunner, both of whom are seriously
ill. Two privates fdied of pneumonia.
The Belmont wounded are dno here to
morrow by the ambulance tram. Lord
Methuen is. in heliographic. communi
ration with Kimberloy."
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Boer commandant warned him that the
British commander would not recognize
anything but a fair flag of truce, add
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a rifle and to take advantage of your
enemy is a cowardly action, which
neither you nor I can countenance.' "
Durban, Nov. 27. Telegraphic com
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Estcourt, Nov. 27. Commandant
General Joubert was retiring from Mooi
river on Ladysmith.
uurbax, Nov. 27. Sir Redvers Bul
ler, looking the pink of health, arrived
here and proceeded up tho country in
the governor's car. Ho was enthusiasti
cally cneered by tho people.
Fine Church lledlcated.
Axn- Arbok, Mich., Nov. 27. Bishop
Foley of Detroit dedicated the handsome
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ERIE RAILROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill st.
Time Card: Deo.ll, ISJi.
No Sf Limited vestlbnlt,
No lot To Alcron only .
No 13 Huntington special (),
iso at i-acino express-
No S7 Accommodatlon,
No 8 Limited vestibule
NO 12r TCTTir ti
No 4 New York special
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In effect Nov. 19, 1899.
Union Depot, Market struct-.
Leave for the East.
No. 6 Vestibule limited lSoon-
No.i8 Pittsburg express 1. 6:WantU,
No. 4 Pittsburg mall 1:10 pm -.
No. 10 Washington Expressirom C.
T. & V. B, R. Howard st. station. 4 HO pm,
Arrive from, the East.
No. 3 AVestPrn mall Jia3am
No. 47 Chicago expresss 725 pm
No. 5 Vestibule limited 1109 pm
No. 9 Cleve. Express, ar,
R. Howard st. statlo:
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In effect Nov. 19, 1SS9.
No. 5 Vestibule limited 11:15pm
No. 7 Akron-Chicago lost mall 10:10 ant
No. 47 Chtcato pTprpc .7:50 pm
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No. G Vestibule Ilmited... .lDara
No. 46 Pittsburg express 8:35 am
No. 8 Chicago-Akron fast mall 8-15 pm
O., T. &V. B. R.
How. St- "Union East
Depot. Depot- Akron.
No 15 ....S:55am 6:15 am 3:30 am
No 4 .,9 am 9:05 am 9:10 am
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Daily except Sunday from Union Depot.,
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dec. 19. 1898.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. 1 ..L , , 7-50 am.
" No. 11 6:00 pm
Arrive No. t . .. - 4:20 pm
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THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
The A., B. A C. Railroad.
Watting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. Nov. 20. 1899.
Cars for Clevelind leave corner Howard
and Market sts. overy hour from 5:30 a--.
to 8:30 p.m and to 10:30 p.m. Saturdays and
Sundays 5:30 a.m. 6:80 a.m and every
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