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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

I ' ' v i " ' . . . 1 . . i i 1 HE SI ARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN 7 ON I THURSO A :: ' o ) Vvaiav. Y, NOVEMBER 5, av. 1874. Poetry. CLING TO THOSE WHO CLING TO YOU. I'llng to those who el Inn t )''. Mirt 1 1 tt 11 luir our HirniM'k mute V lifii Mi hiv ourM'lvtw untniu Tulhe li kit oi trH inilii' aiil; Itut linw tiwit'l it U Umwu Suine kin.l lit-Mrtlo Uiiue beat Irue, A Hit ninny yvtir lial iluwn Cling to t.uv hu cln.g to ynu! Clin); to thikM' who I'titiK to yuii; Think huw iIkm wht live &mt. Thai Mwout Hnluc never knew Kneihl-lup flit'tU around the htnrt; Who tt llierv who hath not long'.! Once to Him nome fru'iitl prove triit ' That your irif initilil v imlniiK d fling to thone wi.u cIihk to you! Cliiift to thcMC who t'liiiK to yitiif Kvtry link of frkaiwltiip H (.'11)1, If tho heart .Hitnily true, WiJl forever bright remain; Never te the rirt to break In the chain the Unit that' true, Never tniht and truth forsake ( 'hli to Uione who dlliR to youl Select Miscellany. Select Miscel...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874 Telegraphic. ARKANSAS. Enough return.. fr..ni Little K.xk hav ton received toimlinite wi'h amsidi-ru-,lo certainty that (iwe i llV,'tV,! l1,'i V rimt, demon... in the Second. W illiin in the Third and Hunter in the rour'h Conirrewionul district arc elected, i ni are all thel)eiiiiHTidti'l)iiservaMve ii'" inee. Hine. Kep.ililicuii. carries ......!.: i, T.Miiii.iuiritv. It IHtlie inW wuTv i fir heard fn that he urrie. ALABAMA. ALABAMA. RADICALS ARRESTED FOR INTIMIDATING ALABAMA. RADICALS ARRESTED FOR INTIMIDATING COLORED PERSONS VOTING THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Sauia, Au November. i-Dlmr, county so iuu .nrt ilonran. tax colleutor, both Republl- wre arreted here to-day under the enforce- aeniecL Affidavit iu made by John (jileauy. Independent Republican candidate for tax col wmr and chanced the defendant with consplr- lig to Intimidate colored men from voting the ln .mdent Uckek The United Htates tommls- rianer bound both over ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

, .... . - - ... . . . . 1 - v ' - ' '-- NO. 23. CANTON, OHIO. NOVEMBER 12, 1874. a. McGregor & son, tum.surt The Democrat. IT is really entertaining to observe bow nearly universal is the rejoicing over Butler's defeat. Our Republican friends hereabouts seem to be as well pleased at it as are the Democrats, and indeed many of the best Republicans think the lat. Hitter to their party well deserved The leading Republican newspapers also express their satisfaction at Butler'sover- throw. Mt. Vmnon, Ohio, is a good town to move away from, according to the Repub lican of that place, which says: F H.Hurd and H. B. Bunning left Mt it-" . foul venra Binoe. 0118 going tC -rin ana the other to Cincinnati. Now they are both elected '0 Congress. Wil Mam Windom went from our city to Min nesota : he is now in tbe benate of the United States. Newspaper Row, in Washington, tele graphed Ben Butler, after his defeat, that a thousand yards of crape had been pur chased for the use of the ''forty-j...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

THE S7 ARK COUMY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. Poetry. ALEXANDER'S FEAST. OR. THE POWER OF MUSIC. Tww at the royal st . Pen,, w0 Hy chlllp's warlike .: Aloft In evfnl stale. On his imperial throne III valiant P""" wi re ll'"'1 around Theli 1 n'w "with U- ' myrtle .bound; Ho should ilwon In anus be crowned. The lovely Thl by his sl.le Xt. lle a b:.miinn etern bride In d'.wur f vouth ami beauty e pride. Happy, happy. happy Pirl None but the tuave. None but Hib bravo. None but tlie brave, dwerve the Mr. Tlmul ollieus, placed on hlKh i ..... ..rii chn r m W lib nyiiiK nniwm lunched lyre: The trembliiiK noun am-eiid the sky, And heavenly oys inspire. The KiPK l'iraii frrnn Jove. W ho le ft h i bl lf ul seal above 8ueJ la the power of mlxlity J1""' A dreirou's fiery rnrm kel led the -od : triune on radiant spheres he ride. uh.n h. ti, r.ir o vuinla creased. I lad ttiuiipt an imase of himself, a sovereign of the world. . The llMieniuir crowd admire the lorry souna; "A ivwn...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

TE STARK- G0Um?DEMOCRA7rCANTONr-THti Variety. TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE AT SEA. Seven Days Adrift in a Dory. ! TheCape Ann (Mans.) AdvertUer given the following account of the experience of two Bailors Oconto M. Roberts, o' 'Yarmouth, N. 8., ami James Austin, ( Liverpool, .N. 8. or the crew in siura thon, of Gloucester, Mans. They left that vessel on Gmnd Banks, at half past four on the afternoon of tho 7th ult., for the purpose of vimtiiiR their trawls. Soon after it began to blow and a thick fog set in. A dory in which were two of the crew was paid out from the ve-sel io their assistance, but the warp proved too short, and the fog became so thick that they were soon lost sight of. They could hear the shouts of their companions, but all eirorts to reach them proved unavailing. Their subsequent experience is thus nar rated : "It soon commenced raining, and the two men made up their minds to do tho best they could through the night, in hopes to find their vessel in the morn ing. Fortunatel...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

THE S7ARK rnrWTV DRMOCRA T. tANTON. 11WRSDA Y, NO V EMBER, 12, 1874. -ut. m tta, rovartatly to advance. Important new, of the county. Wrtiw M M t private fuwilee of good Wl. RATES OF ADVERTISING. bNK V. KKK. One inch. Two Inche. Three inches il ,V I column, . 3 (U '4 " 41 W I One " icon DUO TWO WBKKB. tree Inch, Tvo inch, Three Inch, fi On I column. 400 i? 6 00 1 pn 1900 . u no 20 uo TUBE WHW One Inch. Two Inche, Three luchea, column. 6 00 4 7 SO I Of one " 11200 17 00 26 00 O.N I MONTH. One Inch. Twolnehea, Tire inche I 990 7 00 10 00 i column. One " ii.soo jo 00 3000 THK Kit MONTH. i Inch, lo Inche, Tkut inche, 12 00 16 00 rsoo 4000 6 00 I 8 00 1 i column, -One " 1 H1 MONTHS. Ooech. Two ichea; ThrMnchea, I 85 00 60 00 100 00 2 001 U column, OxiO I One ONli JEA. One Inn, Two irhea. Three iche. I 60 00 . 9000 160 00 S18 00ooluma, 800ooih" Doubi column advertlMmaiu 36 per cent. ad drtional niinafinli one aullar per lln tr year. No rd IruKted for em than three dollaa. pet year. Buaine...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1874. . Business Items. V tana that Hutt A Shansfslt are selling the y ,jest boots at p rlcea that cannot be undersold. Nw styles In millinery and lancy trimming, at George A. Winterhalter'a. Wsirrao Three or four good glrla to learn dressmaking. Call at No. 21 Tenth street, between IDA ORDEAN. "Ir ererl cea to love" It will be when I can no longer get my shoe at Bloomfleld Brother!, if what a Market strecty gtrl thinks about it. H. B. HuaroRD la agent for the celebrated American ill wheel carton, which are certainly the moat complete and convenient arrangement to handling and moving aewiiig machine about the house, enabling a email child to move a heavy machine with ease. Don't fall to try them. PALMES It STALL pay hlghett market price for Carpet Rajs, and keep a full ttock or Carpet Chain In all the lead ing brands. They have one of the best Looms In the city, oonsequentlv their Rag Carpets are to be relied upon, Call at SO...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

'V V ' V Miscellany. OCTOBER. Ort,r Xrr-wi the woodland o r With mauy brilliant eulor: This worl.l Is hrinliierlhiii before, Why should our hearui be duller? Borrow width st arlet leaf. Sad uougriis nu , ' h. me I Uil Hl'iry and this grief. Why should uiey go Kigeuici i Ah EXPERIMENTS WITH CARBOLIC ACID. MM. Bert and Joylct of Paris having rimpnti-H tarpclv with carbolic acid, assert that it is a powerful poi. on acting Lite strychnine on the excitability of the spinal marrow; like strychnine, it increases its sensibility at first, but it di m;nir,i. that sensibility, or completely abolishes it, when the convulsive stage kas exhausted the medulla. The phe nomena resulting from this acid are pro nounced to be quite similar to those pro duced by chloroform, chloral, ether, woorara; and the section of a motor nerve. : COLORED DEMOCRATS. An Augusta, Georgia, corresponden Tas V body the colored people of Geor gia are done with the Radical party for ever The leaders of that organization H...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

7 HE STARK.WJy. PmPW4T,CM3QWm$5Q4rt ttMPMJWfiM.tfu Poetry, AT MY MOTHER'S GRAVE. BY GEORGE D. PRENTISS. TW trembling dew-drop tall '. Upon Uie huUiiig Bowers like souls attest; TW stars ahinlng giorloualy and all, Bave lutt, is blent. Mother I I love thy gravel The violet, witli the blossom blue Mid mild, Waves o'er lay head wrujn ahall It ware Above thy child! 'Tla a tweet flower yd must lla bright leaves to llie coming tempo bow, Near nioUier 'lis thy emblem dust la only thy brow I . ' ' r And I could love to die To leave uuuuted life's dark, bitter streams ; rf thee, as enit in childhood, lie u -Audareiydieerne. -, , Aodmiiat I linger here, ;' To suUn the plumage of iny sinless, years, A 11 tuoum Uie-hoiea or child b,ood dear A j WllhilUas learnt . I 1 i , Ayw must I linger tew, : ' .) ' A lonely branch ueoa a blasted tree, WhisB hut frail leaf, untimely sera, t WttiildowM-sdththeet .;' "s I r y On from life's withered bower, ' i In still communion with the past t turi, And muse ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 November 1874

THE SlA RK COUNTY DEM OCR A T, CANTON, THURSDA Y, NOVEMBER 12, '1874. 3 Local News. TBI penswal reiu.rk.of the prime plumbic) pusher of en uptown paper axe too plural for pro- Adou .unpid to have been nied, fr..m the .vmpTuu-he exhibited, was .hot South Cherry near Keve.ilh.ou Iat Wed nesday "Uht- Youito man named teller, ed . whl,e hunting in lb wood" r tl.U town, on bv Bun 7 - .. ri,i.lv Uiiured by the accidental dta- charge of hi. run, the load taking ffect In bis leg. u. Jim w a huge nfty barrel beer kettle being trtMportedtothenew Drewery w . - bXTu-dET.MC remarked that toy must be BOTlni the Allegheny mountain. to Chicago U aeclioni. Innocent ooy i W publish on another peg. U decUlo of J.ln.,h.mih. legality of lb. high rate, ol Inwre taken by Bulldlnf and Loan A-oclaUon. tn thi. State, It will oe rouuu of eur reader w. on If lttln at to open window at night, trying 10 catch th. .welt wain, or a dis nartv. nothing ha. greater ten rncVtnew phaof profanity tha, , bav. two dog. ye...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

v linn aii ill' ' ii n ii in - i .1 . s a r i 1 i i 1 1 1 i 1 u 1 1 i 1 ii i ii 11 f -fM.i ""'iftiL. 111 Hi VOL. 41. NO. 24. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 19, 1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, huuusnen The Democrat. Tin Republican papers, in accounting for their lute disasters, admit all the -harges that , Democrats and Liberals have made against their adminiBtration of public affaire. Kim children, direct from Japan via San Francisco, passed through Sandusky the other night on the Lake Bhore and Michigan Southern Railroad, en route to Kastern colleges, where they are to be educated. Tub official vote in Philadelphia show the following Republican majorities : Paxson 12,993, Olmstead 12.Q03, Allen 12,016, Death 11,928. The majorities in 1873 were double the above, but the frauds were less. Kknton Dkmocrat. Our old 'prentice boy, foreman, and true and worthy Iricnd, David 8. Fisher, who a short time since sold the Allen county Dem ocrat, has bought the Kenton 0cmocriof Mr. Flannagan. The office w...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

THE ST ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i9, 1874. Poetry. THE WHITE SQUALL. On dock, beneath the awning, 1 dining 'ay "u It IU the gray llie gray ui u'8i Ere yel the n an And above the nmiiei s n-n..,. A J the liifnl wind deploring. 1 heard the W" anonnf With universal none. J could hear the paeners snorting I envied their dloportuiK Vainly I wascourting The pleasure ol a doae. so I lay. and wondered why lig lit JSme not. and watched the twil ghl. iTid the glimmer of the skylight. That shot aero the deck ; And the binnacle pale and steady. And Se dull Klim,r of the dead-eye, And the simrks In Uie fiery eddy That whirled "" f""neJr neck In our Jovial floating pri"011 There ia sleep from fore to mUsen, And never a star had rlseu Thehasyakylosiieck. Strange company we harbored . We'd a hun.lred Jew. U) larboard, Unwashed, uncombed, unbarbered- Jew black, and brown, and gray. With terror It would sctxe ye. And make your souls un.-ay, tttl& .a pray. Their dirty childre...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i9, 1874. Miscellany. A GOLDEN TEXT. [From N. Y. Tribune, 5th.] During the last two or three years no charge has been so often in the mouths of the people who thought they were sup porting the administration, as that of treason to the Republican party. When Mr. Greeley with equal foresight and hu manity insisted that Jefferson Davis should be tried or bailed, and denounced the pitiful narrowness which excluded year after year a few thousand Southern ersfrom the privileges which were ac corded their neighbors and their laborers, he was furiously abused by men who were as incapable of comprehending his motives as they were of imitating his be neficent life. When they cited him to appear before a little inquisition at the Union League Club to give reasons why heshould not be cut off from among the loyal, he answered in that incomparable letter, which will always remain a mas terpiece of reason and rhetoric, giving expression to the ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i9, 1874 Thi Dehoout I funded to wcaerlbers art ,t ar; II for al month.; fifty cent. " mouth, invariably In advance. ADVKRTisEMKNn, to insure insertion, ( be handed In by Wednesday noon. CoaafflrosDWc., containing IniporUutnew,. wllcHed from .11 Prt of the county. Writer, name and addre- required on every communica tion u a private guarantee of good faiUi. RATES OF ADVERTISING. out WKKK. 1 50 1 'A column, ' H 4 SO I One " f too 10 00 i:oo One inch. Two Iik'Iio. Three inches TWO WKKKH. 12 00 1 X column, 600 1 One " too 14 00 20 00 one incli, Two inches. Three Incite. TURKS WKKKH. . tl M I X column, - oo " 7 40 1 One 112 00 One inch, Two Inche, Three Inches, 17 00 26 00 ONK MONTH. i S.M)Wcoluiiu, 700 10 00 1 One One Inch. Two Inche, Three incite 115 00 20 00 80 00 'IIIBKK MONTHS. I 8 001 W column. One Inch, Two inche, Three Inche, r 00 40 00 60 00 1200 15 00 I One " - SIX MONTHS. $12 00 I W column, 10 00 " 26 00 1 One One inch, Two...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

7 57 A'T c OUNT Y DEMOCRAT, CAN! ON, 7 IWRSDAY, NOVEMBER 191874. Business Items. WiTEDThree or (bur good girls lo learn CU at Na 21 Tenth street, between IDA ORDEAN. APPJEWNS AMrRKAS CMOHMA. The new revised edition of Appleton'. Amerl- can Cycclopedi l entirely re written by ibout 400 of the ablest writ of thl country and Eu- It to illustrated with everal thousand en- graying, and map. It wUl be completed In tlx- teen large uctavo volume; eight are now out, and every two month a lucceedlng volume will ap until completed. For term, address AMOS S. SNYDER, Columbians, Columbians county, Ohio. INSURANCE. &h montn by gome to o t Cork or your In- sufoart. Yon can pel ocm murmctjvr . i otuy, OuAor Mvtai park r the bed eampania. Office In McKlnley' block. , . The Bucklu tin hop hu been removed to No, 10 East Tuscarawu street, opposite Geo. D. Barter Co'i bank (all and aee them. I Noth.xo to more delicious U.e cool evening. .. . n.nnn hMM Ulft hHl man an ovner ujw or irj. oyster and geU...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

THE si ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ig, 1874 Variety. ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG IMMIGRANT ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG IMMIGRANT —AN INTERESTING STORY FROM CASTLE GARDEN. Several months atio Mr. Jackson, the Secretary of the Board of Emigration. at Castle Garden, received a letter a letter of inquiry from Karl 1- Kimhall, an em ploye in the ottiit) of the OmiimsMiuier of Customs at Washington, D. l, stating that he had come to this iniintry about ISM when a mere child, from Swartx wald'.Gerinanv.with hisfutherandinoth. er and their whole family. On the voy age an epidemic occurred which swept away large numbers of the passengers, and among thise who died .were hin mo'.ker, sUters, brotl.eri, ui d aunt, and as he believed until recently, his father. When he arrived at New York he was gent to Ward's Wand, where he remain ed for a short time in the hospital, and after recovering n'8 health he was taken away by a man from Holokeii, N. J., who came to the island in search of a bo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

7HE S7 ARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN! ON, THLRSoA K NOVEMBER i9, 1S74, 7 Poetry. WHO SHALL JUDGE A MAN FROM MANNERS! Who shU ludsre man from hi manners? Who Mlia.Il kn.iw htm by hi drtMsT Taunirs may be lit for prince, Prince lit for something hw, Crumpled shirt and dirty Jacket May beclothe the goldeu ore ; g Of Uie deeiwut thought and feelings Satin rest can do no more. There are stream of crystal nectar Kver Bowing out of stone i There are purple beds and golden, Hidden, crushed and overthrown. God, who count by souls, not drewea, I.oveand pruspo you and me. While he value throne the highest But a pebble in the aea. Man upraised above hi fellows. Oft forget hi fellowa then ; Msrteni rulerslords, remember That your rueanext hinds are men ; Men of laoor, men oi leenug. Hen of thought, and men of fame, lairalng equal rights to sunshine In a man ennobling name, There are foem-embroldered ocean, There are little wood-clad nil ; There are feeble Inch-high saplings, There are cedars on the h...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 November 1874

ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, LAN TON, 1 HURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1874. Local News. THAMiH.iiviwunextThiinxW. Turkky and otherpUry are lookim, P- . Hay from 12tpl8aton "l early auw wu.v- B.tBOi-Aiware hailing aroimJ.-lKx. They onht to hiiiiK- Uleu and other interring artiUt. Trkahi kkk FeleT would like to see taxpaying people these dayi. Tbi Ranch farm of 101 acre ne.tr Par i.redfoUlebythe heir,. Hee the JivertimenUnnsjaper Bkad the poems in thU Plrentitlejj The Whitehall," and "Who .hull judge a man from Manners? . - Lrt our story reading friends not fail to read in this issue the continuation pi "The Tratpc Story of Kmiha lhiruno. Tub wilHn that loushiffer-H venom in Deutschersprah through the Rtory ZZSvOin the alley, a bout as rlm,. Slly disjointed in mind as he .s ... kisl-o-g Tint Stark Covnty Dkm.h-rat aubserip .; imt has been running up rapidly of late, showing that a good newspaper . ' i ..n..itoil in (anton. We IB properly Bjiincii-; have plenty ofroom for nu Canton. more names. night ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

isfif iti ii VOL. 41. NO. 25. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 2G, 1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, haveners The Republican organs do not believe that Horatio Seymour is sincere in say ing he declines being considered a can didate for the U. 8. Senate. None of the Republican politicians ever decline such things. Thr "Temperance Era" threatens un less the Republicans of Ohio stand up squarely for Prohibition they will lone the temperanco vote. An exchange says it is sometimes earner to nuike a bargain than deliver the goods. A number of heavy failures of produce dealers occurred in Now York hist week Inability to meet engagements, owing to the dullness of trade, complications aris ing trom suspensions of others during the panic a year ago, and the general fall in prices of stocks, have occasioned most of r the suspensions now reported. Hknkv Ward Bkbciiku's counsel ap peal from the decision of the General Term of the Brooklyn City Court deny ing the application for particulars of what Mr. Tilton m...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

THE SI ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. LANTOn, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874, Poetry. THE LAST MAN. BY THOMAS CAMPBELL. All worldly shapes hill mell ui gloom. The sun himself must die. Bei,.re 'JiU mortal aliall awunit lu Immortality! I m i vision tu my sleep Hint nave iuylrit strength to sweep Adown the gulf of Time! I saw the Last "I huniHii mould. 1 1ml shall creation's death behold. 1 As Adam mw her prime! The iin' eye had tU'Uy ,,ire- Theearili wilh age '" The skeletons of nation' were , Annuo! ihal lonely man! ,. ,,,. Some had expired In Ughi -Ihe b'ul Mill rusted in their ""' h",'U; '' In plague and lainine! Earth's cine. I sound uor tread; And hius were dnimiif with he dead " To shore- all was duuili! v,. nmphet-ltke.that lone one stood, With dauiiilw words and high. Thai shook ihe sere leaven from the wood As 11 a slonil paso'd by Saying. We are twins in death, proud sun, , hv luce is eolil. thy race is run, l is mercy bids thee go: For thou ten thoiu lid ilionsand yearn llii-l eeii the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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