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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

7 HE STARK OUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, TH VRSuA Y, NO V EM BER 26, 1874. STATE AND NEIGHBORHOOD. A eruml musioiil prize festival will he held in the AnuUinv of Music in Akron. Jumury 1, l7,j. Valuable priy.es are ut fereo ' A Cleveland clumist is clipped in aiut- lyllilltt HjKfflllll'llH ol ill( 1111.14 u.-u city. Tin- principal iiiliiliernUoii ilisiuv- ered eo fur i water. The Cnliiuiliu Journal is i nf. t iin'.l that General J..t (iuij-'e.- intends diirint: the nionlli of December next, to deliver a lecture in Columbia on "Snapping lur ties, natural and human." The buitilinjs ami loan a s .eiatio a .f Cleveland he'd a meeting 'luewlay iiiirlil, to discuss the situM ion. An amicable settlement wan advi.-ed in winding up the utl'airs of tliese associations as it w believed such organizations will tie de clared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. The mil mill of Wick, Kidway t o., near Younirstown, is 070 ieet Imui ami 170 feet wide, exclusive of outbuildings. It contains double puddl...

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. — 26 November 1874

THE SI ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, LANTOi, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. 1 TlDkoAT ilurnlhdti utn uaih. Invariably In advance. titen- till lor three ABVitTUMiscr. to Insure Insertion, 1, mf be HIIKU 111 "J ' - uoirwondiuice, containing important new, 1 jtjtcited from " port of the county. Writen communlca r K1IU ,in,.v - . . . 1 a private guarantee ui RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONE WEEK. 41 50 I '4 coluinn, . mu 4 " 4 50 I One " (laeinrh. Two Inche, Three Iuchet 10 (JO 15 UU TWO WEEKS. tl 00 I li column, m ' ( uu I One I 900 une Inch, Two Inch, Three inche, 14 00 THKKK WKKKS. 112 00 17 00 35 00 Om Inch, Tw inche. Three iuehe, 12 I 'i column, . twl'4 " 7 jo One " ONK MONTH. I 9 SO I column, ,ou ' 10 (JO I One fM Inch. Two iuehe, Three inches 15 ai m THREE MONTHS. f 8 00 1 yi column, . i on '-5 " 15U0 One " tx 40 66 Cm Inch, Two Ini tio, Thito inche, SIX MONTHS. Owe Inch, Two Inche; Three Inches, H'2 00 V. column, One 35 Co 1U0 10 ou iou ONK YEAR. 118001 'column, uK ;; 30 00 One " One Inch, IWII i...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

THE STAK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. 5 Business Items. Ws invite the close attention of our reader to the new advertisement of Zollars Si Co. Juar received at A. Kltt & Co's a full and com plete Hue of men and boys' winter hata and capi in Alligator and Polar Seal, Musk and skating cap. Also a line lot of ladle Heal and Astrakan KkaUng cap; all of which they will sell cheap. QUI and see them. Thi Bucklus tin shop has been removed to No, 10 East Tuscarawas street, opposite Geo. D. Uarter A Co's bank. GUI and see them. REMOVAL. Honor A Mens have removed their boot and shoe store to No. 12 East Tuscarawa street, in the now Canllly block, where they will continue to attend to the wants of their many customers. Call and see them, and examine their stock of flue ready .made boots, shoes, etc. If you want any thing in their line made to order, go to them and .you will be satisfied. SPECIALTIES AT ESSIG'S THIS WEEK. Cheap Prints a new lot Cheap Brown Muslin. Sp...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

77 57y?A" COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874- Variety. n,.. llrarh. United .States XlL-'ll "I rial Agents and outrutre manufacturers . 1 i..n tli.it Slnte since tl 1 in the AlHDtUHtlt llll.r . - Wtion. They will not now trouble tli lie people they fanned to be arrested and imprisoned imdsnlijff tea loonier ai It would not lie healthy for er annoy- these scavengers to go hack there tin the might prove einbiirriiing to then- law Joy and hope reign supreme in Ala the election, and correspond ents relate incidents that uliow now g is the ini)rovement expected with a .j .. r.r ii,o .iriut-htiz rule. Aire :reut rid uilv UnilllT V. HIV -- I' - - land i valued at higher prices, and meas ures have been taken to render personal property more secure. In fact the only danger seems to be that the people will hope for too much from the political changes, forgetting -'how small, of all that human hearts endure, thepartthat kings or laws can cause or enre." TRAIN ROBBER IN CANADA....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

THE STAK CO UNT Y DEMO CRA T, ' C4NTONI TIIURSDA Y, NO V EMBER 26,1874. Poetry. THE FAMILY MEETING. BY CHARLES SPRAGUE. We re n here! Father, mother, Plater, im-ther, All who hold each other dear. Each chair I ItH'd we're all at home; To-night let no cold stranger come; II Is not olien (hit around Our old familiar hearth we're found: Blcts, then, the meeting and the spot; For once le every care forgot; Let gentle ieaee assert her jKiwer, And kind utlectlon rule the hour, We're all all here. We're not all here! Home are away the deadlines dear. ho thronged with us this ancient hearth, And gave the hour to guiltlessniirth. Fate. Willi a stern, relentless hand. I.ooa'd In ami tlilnii d our little band: S niie like a night-Hash passd away. And tome sank, lingering, day by day; The quiet graveyard some lie there And cruel oeean has Its share We're not all here. We are all here! E'en they the dead-tliouKh dead, so dear, Fund memory, to her duty true, Brings back their laded form to view. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 November 1874

7HE SI ARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN1 ON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. 8 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, 4a CARRIAGES! ESTABLISHED IN 1S581 THE LEST AND 1)1 ARB MADE BT H. W. WERTS & CO. Poplar .Street, near M. E. Church, CANTON, OHIO. They are now ready for the cuming Driving Season With a stock comprising an uimstmll extensive anil elegant annulment, emoraci.ig me Most Fashionable Color of niliitm Finest Upholstering Work, Newest Designs, mid Finish, Unequalcd in tiny Market. Every Vehicle Fully Guaranteed. Communications of enquiry promptly answered. aprlli'74. 11. W. WKKTS A CO. LEWIS HAH A No. 75 Eiittt Tuscarawas Street, Has Jut opened out In his new building for tl Spring and Summer Trade, with a large stock I CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS, AC Which he will N'll tw low aa they can be trade, and will tuny warrant Mem in every rtet't TKKMS. One-half cash and the other half to be retained by the purchaser for one year to tte- cure uie guaraniee. RF.PAIUING. Lone on short notice, and f n a satisfa...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 December 1874

-I - W 1 J iL tmmwi VOL. 41. NO. 26. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 3, 1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, huoert 1 . , Thb Bank of England has made a jump of its rate of discount, fiW five to sis per cent. That indicates the serious character of thiamin upon its pile.'and the pfessure'1 upn the business classes.' The latest thing in murders is that re ported from Hamilton county, N. Y., where one drunken man threw another drunken man across a saw-horse and sawed his head completely off, as if it had been a genuine wooden-head. Can that be considered an additional illustra tion of "murder as a fine art ?" , Mr. S. B. W. McLran, an old citizen of Cincinnati who served as Collector of the port in that city under Pierce, and Bu chanan, and who for eleven years pro ceeding 1870 whh busiuess manager and leading stockholder of the Cincinnati En quirt, fell dead of. heart disease at his residence Friday morning. Tii l7i"me6TClTo v oifldnje Governor of Arkansas is Volney Vbltuire Smith, and it seems he is...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 December 1874

THE SI ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, lANTOi, 1H URSDA Y, DECEMBER 3,-1874.. , Poetry. "IMPH—M." BY JAMES NICHOLSON. e heard boo thede'll. as he warn hel d Uirough f a wifetn Ilk cuter. an' ane In hb teeth, ueumeane cried out. "Will elk' mine the HewaKg'dhisaiildiailwhlleherwklt hl nora' Bui only said "lumh-fli. ;, . ' That wefu' word luiph ui; v HT sic a big nioutlifu'. be eouldua , A y e 1 When I in laddie Undone 'he achule. The malfter ye cad me a dunce an a fule; For a' lhal be Mid I could ne'er un entUu', Unless when he bawled, "Jamie! haud out jrer '""Vliei! I Rlnnm'd and said "Imph m," " I cliinch'd an' ald "Imph ni;" I wanna owre proad, but owre duur to say, A-y-e! Ae day a queer word, an lang nehblt's himnel' He tow'd he wuuld thnuh me if I wadna wll. Quo' I, - Matter Quill." wi' a kin' o' a swilher, "I'll spell ye the word ulf ye 11 spell me anlther: Let's hear ye iell 'Imp ai," That common word 'Imph m, That auld uh word Imph in,1 ye ken It means A-y-e I" Had ye aeen hoo he glower'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 December 1874

3 Agricultural. AND CIDER-VINEGAR. To procure either older or cider vinegar of tbe best quality, care aud till are required in the manufacture. Home too economical persons, think ing that nothing should be wanted, gather all the wormy and defective apples that fall from the trees, and consign them to the cidcr-preas. As new cider this questionable liquid is old to the unsuspectiug consumer tor fifty cents a gallon. It however 'ears no comparison with cider that is carefully made from sound apples, and cannot be made to produce a well flavored vinegar. It would be better economy to feed all such apples to the pigs, for the tirst requisite for good elder or vinegar is sound fruit. All bruised, wormy, or deftotive apples must be dUcarded, if perfection is desired in the product. The next consideration is the mill and press, and the method of using them. In districts where timber is plentiful, and the necessary mechanical skill can be had, an improvement upon tbe pld-faahioued mill and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 December 1874

1 HE STARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN! ON, THURSDA YDECEMBER j, 1874. Thi Doc eat la furnished to uheerlber alii per year; II for six month : fifty oenu lor three aaoniha, Invariably in advance, ADTMTiXMiNTt, to Insure Insertion, aiuat be landed in by Wednesday noon., j,..wnini!Mci. containing Important new QUalied from all part of tlio county. Write! aame and addruw required on every conimunlca- Hon an a private guarantee of (food faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 11NK WKKK. 4 N) I column, Oiieuiih. Two inches. Three inches :iiJ 4 iO 1 101: i One " 1 WKKKH. TWO one inch, Two inches, Three Inches, column, f 9I0 14 UO 20 00 4 mi tsoo One " -WKKKH. TIIHFK column, One " - One inch. Two Inches, Three iuche, $ 2 V) . sno 1M 112 00 17 M 25 UU (INK MONTH. I 3 . VI 10 uo One inch. Two inches. Three iachee column, One " - 11.100 aino 301 TliltKB Mn'xni.i. t 8 10 1 column, 16 00 I One " One inch, Two Inches. Taseelnchea, - tsno 40 ; 6suu SIX IfONTUH. 112 00 1 Vi column, . 10 00 3 " U0 1 One - t moo 00 1...

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. — 3 December 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON JHURSD DECEMBER 3, .1874, v 5 Business Items. ONE HUNDRED SHAWLS 4 e al coat at Dyaart A Canierous. AQUA MARINES a a variety of settings, at J. A. Meycr'a. NEW FIRM—NEW GROCERY. Isaac J. Numan. William F. Nuraaii. Isaac i. Numan A Son, St Cloud building. Call lu and see the finest as ortment of groceries la Uie olty..Freah meats.Ac. . 1 FURS. Deweos & Myers are selling uilnk mulls at from V to P; mink seta at from to 10. Step In ud see Uie liuesl lino of furs aver brought to Canton. FURS. "DE—LISHUS!" 1 what he aald; and he looked as happy and con futed aa a irrasshopper ou a Kansas corn auua. Ue nad Just closed out an oyster stew at Bacon Co.'. FIFTY chlldrem' and mlsscif felt aklrta at coat, at Dysart A Camerou'l. INITIAL RINGS. a novelty), at J. A. Meyer1!!, FOR RENT. A good dwelling house containing six rooms, me wun ouw. G. A. WINTERHALTER. "Now Is the winter of our discontent made glo-1 rloua summer" by the simple purchase from the hue and...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 December 1874

7 HE 'S7ARK:C'6unt Y DEMOCRAT, CAiNl ONTlWD DEe)kWER 3, 1874 X i-6 Poetry. WHAT THE CHIMNEY SANG. BY BRET HARTE. w Ike chimney the nigbt-wind sang And chanted a melody no one uew ; And the woman stopped an the babe she tossed, And thought of the one the long siuce lost And said a he' trar drops bock she forced, " I hale the wind in the chimney." Over the chimney the night-wind tang And chanted a melody no one knew ; And the Children id, u they doner drew, " 'Tin some witch that deleaving the black night through Tls a fairy trumpet that Just then blew, And we fear the wind in the chimney, Orer the chimney the night-wind tang, tnd chanted a melody no one kne : And the Man, as he nat on hl hearth below, Said to himself, "It will nurely wow, And fuel i dear, and wage low, And I'll Hop the leak in the chimney." Over the chimney the night wind tang And chanted a melody no one knew ; But the tWt listened and smiled for he Wa Man, ami Woman, and Child, all three, And he aaid, "It ia (iod'a ...

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. — 3 December 1874

7 STAK COWZYEMQQHAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, QECeAfWR .1, 1874., V Miscellany. MOUNTAIN MEADOW MASSACRE. The Dreadful Story of Seventeen Years Ago. John P. I-ee hax been arrested at Cedar city, Beaver comity, Utah, on the charge of being concerned in the horri ble Mountain Meadow Manxac're, over seventeen: yearn ago. The Htory of the niHHfacre, winch may have been forgot ten by many, is as follows: Yi ullam II. Rogers, a Government agent, crossed the plains W illi Genera Sidney Johnson's army in 18"7,in charge of the treasure train. Kogers heard of the terrible Mountain Meadow massa ere on hi way across the plains. It was reported that the emigrants were mur dered bv Indians. These emigrants were white men, American citizens of Arkansas. General Algernon 8. John son's army was unable to reach Salt Lake City in sea rn. and was obliged to encamp at rort Brulger for the year 1847. In the soring of 1858, however, the army marched into the vallev of the Great Salt Lake. On approaching the vall...

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. — 3 December 1874

Telegraphic. LOUISIANA. November . The Niw -hiu li.rd'wi enKfJ all day " ; froinUrrvdl ,ru-h. e l;; - Ictur factioiw of thu Ke- . ...1 I'la iSli the Senate, givinit hmiHt-lf l.n he received. A similar change The Ully sheets from Stroll Parian w.re found to be forgeries. PHILADELPHIA. Mnk will tZSZZ raw mid Kive as a reason of the susjksii thai tl'e receipt "Men off, while the demand of de pflMturi) were heavy- VICKSBURG. v...,..,un M ihm.. Nov. 25. The grand jury of this county, composed of tun ne Circuit Cerk here, six "'"'"'r"" S A. W.Dowev.derk of the c.rcu. court, for forgery and embezzlement, and r!"J? ......:; r f. W. Davenport, inuiciiiiuiua ,..; r,,. colored, elerk of the chancery r forgery and altering iw. - - - -.i..v...minKt the accused is said to be overwhelming. , groes ana seven ""v"". 1 . . Sight indictment again! T. VY. Curd, colored, State Superintendent of l'.duut Si f..r.,rv Hndeiubeisaleuient while LOUISVILLE. Loui8vii,LK,Ky.,Pec.2:-A Hpec!al to h. r:.,ir.iournal...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 December 1874

. . . . . VOL. 41. NO. 27. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 10, 1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, hunanen MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. ft 9u Smote and Haute of RnprmcntaHon: Since the convening of Congress one yew ago, the nation has undergone a PROSTRATION IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIES such as has not been witnessed with us for many years. Speculation as to the causes for this prostration might be in ' dulged in without profit, because as many theories would be advanced as there would be independent writers among those who expressed their own views without borrowing upon the subject. Without indulging in theories as to the cause of this prostration, therefore, I will call your attention only to the fact, and to some plain questions as to which it would seem there should be no disagree ment. During this prostration two es sential elements of prosperity have been most abundant labor and capital Both have been largely unemployed. Where security has been undoubted, capital has been attainable a...

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. — 10 December 1874

THE STARK COUNT Y DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER w, 1874- Poetry. "GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY." ghetonltthebrof hitl-, A cn-mure wan awl mil"!, fn form teo mll ' a oiiiaii, lu n ature Uionlu for a ehiii , , for a link "rn ni I""'1"' , Wan nainpi-rtmi her imle y..uK face, It mill linn! yi-anml mUIitiiik SrthvMU).t.lk-i,ttmcU. ..yr n.m.r1 the liMue be eyed her, 'Well Mary"-"" thru fro P"P iiu slowly and invifi y m WUhKU-all.in thr Imvea "f 'You lock notlikM olil ""''". Th i-hnnre I" ue mine. Now toll mo AHT. t hcr.-le reply! Riit she ilrii'l her left" in moment "I will tell you I" h"w u "'J1' 9!r' ' My fXr anil " Anil niv Utile brothers nil lter A WereWry. .ml a.ke-1 mo lor braid. At Unit I earned It''','11.11'1' By working hard all day. Bnt Horaehow the t n were hard, Ami Uie wurk all lull away. ( 1 '1 could eet no more employ inen; Vile wealluT wa bitter and ld 1 ".ml" Johnny hut fir year oldh- . Ko what wrI Utlt. Sirt la,nKU.lty.hutdonolr;.nd..ini,: I u-ik oh! aiititealinir? The br...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 December 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEM OCR A T, LAN10i, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. Miscellany. A COOL ROBBER. Policeman Badfrer.'of the Tenth Sta tion, hail a bit of experience the oiher night' which he u not fond of tnlkliift about. It wag past midnight aa he wax leisurely puslilug bis beat through Ju , sop Bluet, and aa he came opposite to Draytro & Foge'e jewelery store lie ob V served gleams of light throuch the chink ,, of, tin shutters, aud ha rapped at the door. ' I f'Isitlist you, pollcewanf" asked t Dice within. ' " Tea," answered Badger. ,. "Well it's onlv me It'itJl rliht: Vnd '6 chilly out, Isn't It J" , ,, ."Tea." V,;, ,. "'' " Thought so. I was just fixing the flrf-good night."- ladget suid "Good night," and pur sue! his way, 'At "hour afterward 1 Badger" passed throigh Jessop street again, and again be saw 'be light in the jewelery store. . Ii dldn'Uook right, and be banged at Ihe doorkudly. ' " "IWlo!" cried the toics within. "Is It you vollcemanf " . . - - . "Tel" " All, right....

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. — 10 December 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT: CANTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. Ti Pemoceat at furnished to eutiecribeca stB per yesr; II tot tlx month; fifty 101 ttl months, invariably In advance. ADvmmsasimTe, to Insure tMertioo, mut be handed in by Wednesday awe. Cobbimoiidei.ce, containing Important new J solicited from all perta ot the county. Writers bum ud address required on wry oommunlce, tlon m a private guarantee of good mltta. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK WW. fl 50 1 K column, -too 2 ; 00 10 00 16 00 Onelnrh, Two Inches, Three inches TWO WHISKS. t2 00 Woolumn, jne Inch, Two Inches, Three Inches, I too 14 00 10 00 i00 t0uOue " THEBI WE HE A. One Inch, Two inches, 12 SO I W eoliimn. 11100 17 00 600 600 16 00 Three inches, 160 ) ONI MOUTH. J Ml W column, . 700 8 " 1000 1 One " One Inch. Two Inches, Three inches 115 00 2000 woo TURKS MONTHS. 800 I column, 12 00 " 1500 1 Oue " One inch, Two Inches, Three inches, fa oo . 4000 66 00 BIX 1 11200 . 10 00 26 00 One Inch, Two Inches; Three inches, co...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 December 1874

THE S7 ARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANlOft, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. Business Items. DtuitCiokom are selling a desirable ilock f hosiery at most moderate prlcee. , FINEST LINE afSolldSIlverNapUn Binge a J. A. Meyer's, 75 MOM to n each. Tn new Er angelical Lutheran church at Hut vllle, wt lb dedicated on Bund;, December 18. Kej.l. Birch and others will conduct Iheter vloea. Berrlce to commenot 10 o'clock A. M. All are Invited. . DecS2w , AQUA MARINES a variety of settings, tt J. A. Meyef riM3T-CLA33DWSI.Ua FOB SALS. ' A good Mo 17 and half house oontalnlng all noma and a buement kitchen within Ci mln es walk of tha squar. The booaa la well An Sshed and located In a food neighborhood. The lot la 60x30 feet and il att out In young frulttree; gooseberries, strawberries, Ac. Term easy. rot tarther partlculan address B, thla office. nor27s-tf. Wsu. enough" la good enough, to long as Uiei k no certainty of doing better. But those who wear uncomfortable boots and shoes are not doing well enoug...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 December 1874

Poetry. THE WASTE OF WAR. ' Aire tne the sold that MBr his emit ' ' Before this pei!e-elndln' day , Tho wasted skill, Uie labor h4, Tbe menial treasURi. thrown away 11 And I will buy each rood ir soil .. In every yet dieivered land, jWhere hunters main, w here peasants toll, Mrnre many peopled cities suuid. " ni elothe each shivering wretch on earth li - In needful, nay. In brave ailirol ,Tetare bcMilliiK buiuet nilrUi, Which kinKS uihjhl envy and admire. III every vale, on every plain, . A school shall glad the iraiert stent, ii Where eveiy poor mana child may gain . Pure kuowlede, free a air aud lUjIit. In every crowded town shall rise Halli academic, amply graced, . Where ignorance may aoou be wise. ' ' And coaJwneNi learn both art and taste. 1to every province shall belong, ,, Colleglatostrutturwi. aJidnotfew, . , , Wl'd with a truth exploring throng ' u ' And teachers of the good and true. ' ,vw .. i - t 4 temple to attract aud teach- Shall lift its pirc on every hill, r' Vhere...

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