Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Akron daily Democrat. (Akron, Ohio) 1892-1902, December 21, 1899, Page 8, Image 8',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
TV"yyy', v npro- , j ,,"j,Ty5f v vir;r
TW PV' 5w
AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21
A PAIR OK OUR
YT7 11 '
m jw , want-
r r .t v
n Excellent Xmas Gift
for a Gentleman.
Sco our $1.25, S1.G0 and $2
Thoy cannot bo duplicated at
theso prices in tho city.
117 ' v
lift East Mill St.
Under Akron Savings Hank.
7"Opon every evening this week.
To got our Thotos made before
207 E. Market Street.
Livery, Boarding Feed and Sale
Oor IVllpl nrtci Hlnh Sta.
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE In Every Respect
Phone 3f2. E. W. Cubblson, Prop.
To bo without n emit In vuu
pooket and go without many nt ilm
comfortBof llfo, or to hne money
nnd got the comfotts and boiiiu of
WHICH WOULD YOU?
Wo liavo money nnd It will bn-
como yours If you hove any (trcurl-
uca iu uiier
Wo loan It from (5 00 to $r00 00 on
T?.,Mn I ,,. lllnnnil fllltAn IJkn.. .....I
J-' UIIIUUlUi A lUMUDf UIIIUU) DLII1U III1U
Bnloon Fixtures, Horses, WngiiiiB,
Merohnndlso, Diamonds, Wiudies,
Llfo Insurnnco I'olloios and on nil
other good securities
AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE.
All goods left In your posaosslon;
extra tlmo Incnso of sickness, death
or loss of employment. If you can
not call write or telephone No. lr.jj
and wo will sond our representative
with monoy. All transactions private1
III I Loan Co,
103 S. Howard St.
Two doors north of Mill street.
McOAl.w Miss Btolla McCain aged
It) oars and 10 day, died of porn!
clous nniimla, at the homo of her
brother at 11.17 Carroll st. Wednes
day. I'uuornl services at tho houso
at 1 :30 o'clouk l'riday nfteruoon, In
termont In Mt. I'eaoo coniolery.
A Useful Chriitmai Present.
A good Sowing Machine William
j,uninrt a uo., xai w. Markot Bt.
boll all kinds.
Charles (lluthor was accultod of
tho chnrgo of larceny In Common
Our shoo Btoro Is opon nvorv even,
lug. O.A. IIOLLOWAY.
Messrs. Mamillhiu, tlio grent London
booksellers, In their spacious prcmlhts
have. It Is statid, shelf room for 1,300,
Let otcr one turn himself round nnd
look at home, and ho will lluil enough
CITY LOSES THE CASE.
Journal Entry Agreed to by Esgate Holds In
Court Central Union Telephone Co.'s
Attorney Agrees to It.
Cleveland, .Sec. 21. Spl' Tho
bill of complaint of tho city of Ak
ron against tho Central Union Tole
phono company was dismissed late
this afternoon by Judgo Taft In the
United States Circuit court.
The case camo up on a motion to
dismiss tho Injunction which the city
had obtained restraining tho de
fondant company from digging con
duit holes In the streets of Akron.
Attorney S. O, Rogers, for tho tel
ephone comptny, consentod to a
journal entry, whloh had been pre
pared previously, agreeing to a dis
solution of tho Injunction and a dis
missal of the caso.
This entry was published exclus
ively In yesterday's Dnsiouit vr,
Tho entry follows:
INL OTMEIL-a, OO
Tho City of Akron, Complainant
Central Union Telephone Comptny
tho Circuit Court of (ho U. S.,
Northern District of Ohio,
No. 5923, Oiinrii.
This causo camo on to ho heard upon tho pleadings, tho testi
mony nnd tho affidavits; nnd tho Court, boing advised in tho pro
mises, finds. That tho ordinanco of tho City of Akron, passed
Novembor 14, 18!)8, agrcoing with tiio Central Union Telephone
compnny as to its modo of uso of tho streets, alloys, and public
ways of said city, IS A VALID AND SUBSISTING ORDINANCE.
TImt tho defendant company duly filed its bond and plat as re
quired by said ordinance.
That tho City Commissioners of tho City of Akron, by granting
pcimission to tho Central Union Tolophono company from timo to
time to act under said ordinanco, and tho said tho Central Union
Tolephono company carrying out tho permission so granted tp it
nnd o pending largo sums of monoy in so doing, HAVE RATI
FIED SAID CONTRACT.
It is thoroforo ordered, adjudged and decreed that the restrain
ing order horctoforo ontorod in this causo be dissolved; and that
tho bill lilod heioin on Juno 10, 1800, bo dismissed at tho costs of
"O.K., Osborn Esgate, City Solicitor, Akron, Ohio.'
Slippers for Holiday Presents
MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND INFANTS, AT
Very Low Prices
Interesting and useful information will bo givon free
all this week, an regaid to tho propor manner of dressing
shoos for men and women, by a lady's maid, who will
demonstrate piactieally the sitporioiity of tho
o B .--. Sr. -a
Huh U WfUBM U . C31 b B X.J
As applied-to Vici Kid, both tho invention of Robeit H.
Foerdoror. K3Polish applied FREE this week for
ovoryuotiy. siyujaan 8- floor.
BVI. O'NtEBL- & CO.
Attracts hundred dally. Don't fall seeing: It
then come In and examine oar
AT GREAT HOLIDAY
ONLY A FEW DAYS 'TILL XMAS. You will And SHOES and XMAS
SLIPPEns here for mother, father brolher, sisters, baby or friends: correct In
style, reliable In quality, comfortable In fit, reasonable in price.
Co mo In and 3oo Us
VI r S i !fl NmHiI
No. 606 South Main Street.
L0SED ALL DAY XMAS.
A sotireo of swat c tl among all
workers Is the nldcpirtd Imblt of
eating a heart mini hurriedly whin
the body Is In a auto of exhaustion
Too often, nlas, the ovll Is cuhtuced
by the fact that the food Is Innutrl
tlous, badj looked and clogging In
ItsUf. Tills Is one spicks of slow sui
cide, causing n long t:aln of evils
which are usuilly nttilbulid to over
work Nan, It weic hotter to gd with
out food linn to take It under tin so
conditions' oui dog knows better
tbnh to cit hen ho Is tlipd. ird If
you will natch him joii nil Lv.lce
that ho Is ulnnjs nliicttnt to be en
ticed Into piny nfUr citing loft to
himself he will InUb a nop, or nt least
drop cire for anhllo and rest Ila
luni'ltj might nlso Its ttnndiuil o(
health by rolloulug the example sot
by the Instincts of the bruto crea
tures Health Culture'
The Standard bowling club lins
reorganized by electing Honry
Wlllenbachor captain, and William
Morzweller seoretary nnd treasurer.
It Is said Hint bofora tho wlntor Is
over n skating park will bo con
structed on tho Snook's property,
opposlto "Al" llorrodln's saloon,
South Main st. Thoso Interested
are not yot ready to talk deflulteli
The slto Is woll located and Sum
Akron people hopa the project inn;
Tho soasou's bowling tounuinioui
nt llorrodln's will begin Jan. R unci
contlnuo until tho season Is nliiHis
oomplotod. Mr. llorrodln Is having
n flno gold hadgo tnndo. It wilt con
stltuto an elegant prlzo for tho w In
ner, Among the clubs Hint will en
gage In tho tournnmont nro the
Btandard, Cnpron A Curtico, Iluck
oyo, Ouoss nnd pollcomon.
OIc a youth icsoldtlbn nnd the ah
phubtt, and who shall place limits to
his rsrcei ?
When .7. A. MicNclll Whistler Ihcd
In C clson. his pi (.".ill lrltks boon liindo
him a fnmllhr llgure on among the
bargemen, who ,ot to know him us the
artist of tlu.li beloed Ihnineu Ono
afternoon, while snuutcrlng along the
cmbanUraent, Whistler was confronted
by a man who hid one cyo most ef
fectively blackened ''the artUt stop
ped nnd Inquired, "What's tho matter,
in) good fellow V" The man touched
his lint "Oh, nothlDg, sir meroly a
knock-turn In bhio and green!" Ban
A ffciitcti Sch, nir.
, Tho followlu'-j appear In a fllaigow
paper It n culd be Intc resting tj know
whethor It has led to business If so,
the supply of grand pianos In f cctlaiut
must bo considerably In excess of tho
' Lady having large draw Ing room
would gladly storo grand piano In re
turn for use, references gl en "Lon
A pnlr of shoes or sllppnrs makos n
desirable and sensible Xmas pres
ent. O.A. I10I,I,OWAY.
Mntlnoodnnco ntXX. Country hall
Christinas afternoon at 2 o'clouk.
7-'o per couplo, I,ndli s 'J'e.
w. r. snoKid'!.
flfiino nrnllr Mndo I nir,
Hourko C'ockrnn studltd law under
Judge Theodoro It, Dwlglit, Ono day
tho pmfessor asked n ijuistlon which
spiinid casj, but was uallj dlllkult,
W 1th his magnificent olu CmKnin an
snend tint last lie could milling as a
saving climao, "Such, I take It, Is tho
The good old doctor glcnrmil bo
nlguantly through his "piUmles. "Tlint
would bo all right, Hh, If sou hud nuido
It uncoinuiou law," l'lilludilphia Sat
urday Uyiulng I'ost.
' WTr ' &M07 .-"'
m h mm -
..... SRHDAy ?ALIA
HOW ENGLAND IS RUSHiNG TROOPS TO THE TRANSVAAL
Round Steak 9c, Sirloin 10c, Saturday, Dec. 16.
And other moats in pioportion at
1 Ollibs9 aat Market
M n n b r n a
ant To See You
have some rare
1 bargains for you in
I Furniture, Lamps and 1
E, E. Hrn
i 154-1SS South Main
"Women's Shoos, regular 51.50 values,'
w.irm or drill lined, $1.00.
Women's Shoes, legular S1.75 values
latest stylos. $1.25.
Women's Shoos, former values $8,75 and
$4.50, latest styles, $3.50.
Women's Shoes, regular $2,25 values,'
heavy or light soles, $1.?5.
Women's Shoes, regular $3.50 and $3.75
Fur trimmed Xmas Slippers 98c, lower
than tholowest.down town prices.
Men's Shoes, legular $3.50 and $4 values,
in tans, leather or drilled lined box calf, vici
kid, heavy soles, $3.00.
Men's work shoes, callod tho working
man's friend, no bettor value in tho city.
lions' and Girls' Shoes, regular $1.25 and
$1.75 values, tho best school shoo over olFered.
ut tho prico, $1.00 and $1.35. 7
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
No bettor qualities in tho city at a less price. '
NECKWEAR, I call astonish you with tho price,
take quality in consideration.
Fqlt Boots $1.75 and up.
Rubber Hoots, high and low tops.
W. S. RHODENBAUGH,
it 52 Si 3. trVlaBn S-t.
Between Thornton and York Sts,
io maivP paper llicproof nothing
mole Is nccii-saiy (linu 'o satmate tho
I iptr In a stioug tolutkm of alum wa
ter and whim thoioughly dry It will
rcslht tho action of limits.
The Inhabitants .f Cochin China
mm prcfor rotten eggs to fresh ones
a llnrrliHl nxlt.
"Well, tho Idled girl has flnallj
"flood How and why did sho go?"
"through tho roof. , Kerosene,"
uidvciauii nam ucaicr.
There Are Many
-YOU CAN PLEASE TTE-JE: tVIEPS E3Y OJVItMO "VHSEIV-
A Fine Silk Umbrella, Mackintosh, Hat or Cap, an Up-io-Dale Necktie, a Pair of Silk Suspenders, a Suit of Silk Underwear
Dress Shirt, or a dozen Collars and Cuffs, Silk or Linen Handkerchief, Bath Robe, Cuff Buttons.
' i in i i i i inipii 1 1 1. 1 ii
This stouk, composed of NEWEST nnd SWELLEST STYLES, wo iro SELLING AT A SACRIFICE PRICE, as yo must havo tho room by Jnnuary 1st, in order loToraodel for our now lino of
Qlothing: and Men's Furnishings.
G-axiyaarci So "Wood,1
ktaMr.," , . . i'An',., m ,-s? ,!. J-eo-v,. ,,j.. . hjjLiam&s,.,.ti.. . aa?...aA&-&
afotiagg-w &!uM a.. k . . .. .. .-a . y..r ., ' .. ...aiA