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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 December 1874

7 Poetry. AUTUMN LINES. fThe fnllnwliix Is taken from John 0. WhIIU rs latest volume of p.xins, aud bi one uf Uie punter poet dtiosl places. ) , The niumcr walintti U&n left the sky, The stuunier songs have illa.il away, And, withered, !n Die fisiiniuiia He Tlie fallen leaves but ycMenlny " With ruby ami with lopaa gy. The gnu U browning on Off Mils. , Nu pule, b'lHte.l (lower ret all , The antral friiiiros of the riils, ,. . 1," Aud drearily the dead vines lull, , , Kroat blackened, from Ihe roa-UMe wall. Yet, through the gray and sombre wood, ' ' Attalnst the dust of tlr and pine, . , Laatoi thulr burivl sisterhood. , i , The hazel's yellow blmioiiia snlno The tawny gold of Africa mine. 1 ' ' ' Pmall beauty hath my unsung flower, 1 Korepriug to own orsuminer hall, , , ,, hut lu llie season's saddest hour, Toakiea thai weep and win. la (hut wall, Ita glad Burpriaais new fall. - " O, daya grown cold! 0. llfegrown'Oldl ,No ruse of June may bloom aatu: , . But like the haud'a twis...

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. — 10 December 1874

THE STARK OUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN! ON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1874. 3 Continued from the First Page. sesumed their powers and duties. Con. gidering that the present State adminis tration of Louisiana has been the only overnment in that 6tate for nearly two ietra, that it has been tacitly acknowl idctd and acquiesced in as uch by Con IS;,nd m ire than out expressly re JyniWd by me, I regarded it as my clear JrTty. when legally called upon for that -jriose, to prevent its overthrow by an iroed mob under pretense of fraud and n-reutarity in the election of 18 2. Ihave heretofore called the attention Congress to this subject, stating that m account of the frauds and forgeries sommtted at said election, and appears that the returns therof were legally can vassed it was impossible to tell thereby who were chosen ; butfrom thebestsour ea of information at my command, I have always believed the present State ffloers received a majority of the votes actually cast at that election. I repeat what ...

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. — 17 December 1874

syWJJ WAWWiV; T-WWAV w VOL. 41. NO. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 17, 1874. a. McGregor & son, FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. The Recent Troubles at Vicksburg. An Investigation Ordered by the House. THE SAFE BURGLARY FARCE. ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAMS HANDLED WITHOUT GLOVES. WASHINGTON, December 14, 1874. Tub Senate. Mr. Morton presented a petition of colored men of Indiana, pro testing against a recent decision of the Supreme Court of that State, claiming that by the force of that decision they are deprived of citizenship, and their children of the benefits of education and asking that the proper law officers of the Government be directed to appeal the case to the Supreme Court of the Uuited States. Keforred. KING KALAKAUA NOT FORGOTTEN. Mr, Cameron submitted a resolution providing for the appointment of two members of the Senate and three of the House to take measures for proper notice at the Capitol of the King of the Hawaiian Islands. Ag.eed to. BILL RKLATIVlfrO GRASSHOPPER PISTUICTS Mr. Harv...

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. — 17 December 1874

Poetry. THE THREE WARNINGS. BY MRS PIOZZI. IWret Mil. Thnile. An intimate Wend of Dr. Joliucion. Bom IT); dlid, licij The tree of (i.v't rrl 1 found I. ral wlllin still l quit ihe xromid ; 'Tw therefore Mid by aiii'li-m saxi. That love of Hie iiu'reKMd lih years Ho ininh. that In lt- later slam. Vt hen pains urow aliarn. ami sieknei rage. 1 he reatit love of life ap-ar. Thin utroiK aifiM'tloii to Mleve Whi.-h all ii.nfi, hut " perrelvt lfoldauM'rtiolnean't prevail, Be pleased to hear a modern tale. When siiortt went round, and all were gay, On neixhhour Dolon' wtstninil day, Death eallel anide the Jocund groom. With him Into anouher room. And looking grave. "You mint," iy ho, "Unit yoiiraweet bride and come with me. "With yon ! and qmt my Kiinui'h aid f With you '" the haplesa liiwlund crleil, 'Young as I ami lis iiioiitnn hard ! BiMidea. In truth I'm not prepared: My IhoiiiillUon other matt ' go ; ' This is my wedding night you know. What more he urged I have not heard; His reasons...

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. — 17 December 1874

Agricultural. ROFITABLE BUSINESS FOR WOMEN. One of the moot profitable, as well as interesting kinds ot business for womnn, is the care of bees. In an agricultural report it is stated ttm one ludy bought four hives for $10, and in five years she was offered $1, f(l0 for her stock, and refused it as not euough. In addition to this increase ot her capital, in one of these live years she sold twenty-two hives and 420 pouuds of honey. It is also stated that in live years one man from six colonies of bees to start with, cleared 8,000 pounds of honey and fifty-four colonies. When properly instructed, almost any woman lu the city, as easily as in the country, can manage bees, and make more protit than in any other method demanding so little time and labor. But in the modes ordinarily practiced few can make any great profit in this employment. It is hoped a time is at hand when every woman will bo trainod to some employment by which she can secure to herselt an independent home and means to...

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. — 17 December 1874

Tbb Dm.oc.at to fttrnuAwd .uo.wtteni at B per ,nr, II Hi wontlu; fty "" " month, InvErlaMy to advance. ADTEETWEMMm, tO lW lnrthlO, .M t handed In by Wednesday ooa. Coe.bfond.mci. containing imporuntnew elicited from all part, of the county. Writer, name End addre. required on every oommanica Uon as . private guarantee of good nuth. RATES OF ADVERTISING. IISK WIKK. t SO H column, 8iW H " 4 60 1 Out TWO WKKKH. R OIL I column, ,ihV' uo I One TIIKKH WRKK8. column, 600 L 7 60 (One " ON IS MONTH, f S SO I ' column, 1 louoOne " TIIHKK MONTHS. I im I 4 column, 12 110 16 iH One OWnch, Two Iitrhca. Three luclie. 00 . 1(1 ' 16 00 1900 . 14 00 3)00 one Inch. Two inches. Three inches. One Inch. Two ln hi, Three inches, li 00 . 17 00 jsou One Inch. Two Inches, Three inches 116 00 . 'JO 00 woo One Inch. Two Incite., Three Inche., I 00 woo 66 00 HIX MONTHS. 112 00 I Vi column, . 11)00 H " 2f 00 I One ONK YKAK. 11800 K columu, oO H " so 00 One One Inch. Two Inches: Three inches, I 3.100 100 00 One I...

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. — 17 December 1874

Business Items. . -JjOOK out For the HOLIDAY HR of the DEMOCRAT ! Never Before Heard of In this Neighborhood! FINE GILT FRENCH CLOCKS 'with shade at J. A. Meyer's. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Look In at the Bore of Palmer A 8lall, SO South Market street Notice their advertisement, which nenUons a larger number of choice thing than we supposed thoy had tultable for holiday gift. 260 QOLD Rims, all styles and sises. at J. A. Meyer!. FOR REST. A food dwelling containing six rooms. Knqulre f 0. A. WurruHTLTia. SOLID SILVER Fruit Knives, II W to 18 00 each, at S. A. Merer1!. A TUB AT. T. Oweeney, the enterprising proprietor of the meat market In Caaailly blockjuu secured a Rocky mountain black bear, young and tender, which he Is fattening; the bear will be butchered and for sale at his market on Christmas Day. Kemember and get a share. 75 NEW PATTERNS gold and silver watch eases, at J. A. Meyer's. CHURCH DEDICA TION. The newly erected church of the Evangelical Association, on East Fourth street,...

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. — 17 December 1874

Poetry. Poetry. SONG FOR THANKSGIVING. BY A. R. WATSON. DM yon I""' ,h lra"'P of n'i11,1','"1 Who. their banner ilining;'UI, Trrnl Hie API'inn ""' "eeil.'lil In (lie xls. Patient souls. Came in many ,k'r' l'1""" Ready fur the riuhicniia deed, Patient souls Hear the rolU h rUiiln.. slimma summons, as it called them - ihe pulls. Thinking of the wn.iivs they'll sintered (II tin- rights they hniied to win. Quick the li gums .! lot hi armies, Unarmed bravely marching in To the noils l,in tul souls Who were glad to near the summons anjl called theiu to tho pulls. And when thut day's golden sunset I Fell Hie j"Vu IhiuI Uin. Then the sturdy-hearted ireeinetl Knew a grciit deed had been dune At the polls: Happy Minis They thud w..n u i,rueles guerdon, imarnieil. bli-..lU.- l thf polls. Sow we thank Thee. Great Jehovah : Master In- I liv mime fldired. That Tliuu di'l-l inspire Hie patlenee Thut hath bi..u.;ht us tlas rcwurd, I mile our doles ; liniiriul si. nls Praise Thee lor Hie Niiui-lbiin...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 December 1874

Variety. THE IMMORTAL MULLET. That rhymes with gullet has been Grant's favorite government architect and has cut a big swath of late years. He resigned however, lately owing to some disagreement with one of the Secretaries The following from the Cincinnati Com mercial correspondence may show how this Mullet has managed : Parties from Knoxville, Tennessee bring up a queer story of Mullen's pro ceedings there. The Government build ing in that city was recently completed, or so nearly finished as to require furnish ing. The local dealers and manufactu rers desired to have a chance to compete for furnishing the building, but Mullet declined to nogotiate with them, sending his order to a firm in Baltimore. In due time the furniture arrived, and with it the bill. The furniture appeared to be fair to ordinary, but the bill was unques tionably extraordinary ,conUtining,ainong other items, a charge of one hundred and seventy-tive dollars for a common marble-top table. Mr. William Rule, the p...

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. — 17 December 1874

Local News. A(V)t'RT Horse official, not Democratic, and another clllien came near having a Jolly row In fee cellar of a certain grocery In this cily.afew evenings since. Hard and ungentlemaiily words were numerously pronounced In tout that at tracted those outhide, and a two handed game of fisticuffs came near winding up the altiilr, but was prevented by other parties. The leading auery. emphasis! with a wink, is, What were they doing in tliecellaif UNO KaUKaua, ofUie Sandwich Islands, awed through our town on last Friday morning, 00 hli way to W ashington City. The King and hl aulte, occupied two special care of the Union Pacific Railroad, which were gaily decked and ornamented. He Is said to be a man of consider able Intelligence, and his people have advanced rapidly In clvtllation within the last decade. The fact that American church .societies have spent more than a million dollars In the interests of his subjects, should cause him to look kindly upon our diseouueoted affairs a...

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. — 24 December 1874

HOLIDAY EDITION. JL (Mi r:U ,..,!. ' -- ..'III I 1 VOL. 41. NO. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 24, 1874. a. McGregor & son, tuousun OUR HOLIDAY NUMBER. We present our patrons in thin issue f the Stark County Dkmocrat with Holiday Number which we truHt will fill the.bill, both in variety and interest. It 1b a triple sheet in dimensions and full of matter worthy of perusal. The wonderful narration by the distin guished English author Charles Reade entitled "Tub Hero and Martyr," is con dnded in this issue of the Democrat. The ther tales and variety will also be found f interest ; and we trust the original ar ticles, including the poetry, will be ac ceptable. In this number of the Dkmocrat we greet one and all with a happy and a xsbbt Christmas I OUR HOLIDAY NUMBER. CANTON INDUSTRIES. BALLARD, FAST & CO.'S WORKS. A Successful Establishment, Profitable Career and Flattering Prospects. This firm was organized In the early part of 1864, as a partnership concern for the purpose of engaging...

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. — 24 December 1874

,ew.iinl a.lvniitnisw i.f il'f .H.uiity l I....L il.o i..rrit.,rv of wlurli. MV enty Vfiirw aif". ""' prcwl '.'y tllO .d we fiMil of ii while mini, in .-.1 llll.tlT I III' II new ' our Ore iimtitiiti'on which Imve limuuM OI)it"lHlietliirl Smle in the I. num. Local News. Pun Chahity'h Sa kr Tlie menil ior of in of the Kind I'rewliyirriuii ouinrrKw Hen il l HUH cut - ,,. .i , ' . uml Klllll llV til e first IliePI'ireui niiiin , Jrtondiiy in January, 1H75. otliinir ami ferine nioney to lie ior uru in NeliniHku or Kantian. Women anil chiklrtMia' tlutliiiiK moat dtwirtxl FROM SUBSCRIBERS. BREMEN, IND., Dec. 21, 1874. Mr. A MdiKKiioK: I herein neii id! for the Stark Co. Dksukwat lor tne lowintf persona: , ', Frel Yoiiiik, John A. I-eeper, J Puuer, John A. roll, J. J. Bixlei if I .mm fill- lolin ; R. Jllllllluo.. - i ri.tiimr nti Hum riiili aa niHt aa 1 1 Hill ,;v....,,. -, - can. Yon limy semi nie or not aa you think jiroiK-r. R. Monti iomkky "A Hbho and A Martyr," ly Oniric Rciiile foiin...

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. — 24 December 1874

Select Story. Select Story. A HERO AND A MARTYR. BY CHARLES READE. Furnithed exclusively to the N. Y. Tribune, for publication in the Lulled States, by Mr. Reade. Continued from Mh week. er end laid him sprawlin' and smothered r blind." "But the woman?" She "wus na a wouinn. She was but a lassie, about nineteen." "Little fool ! and thought she was ruin ed for life when all her life was before her." 'Ye may say that, sirr j why. that very year wasiia she married on a decent tradesman ? 1 often saw her after she was married ; but she wadna Bpeak to me. She couldna look me struught i' the face. She d say, dude morning,' though when she coulilna yet by me. "Umrruteful little l-rnte !" "Na, na ; it was na intrralitude ava j it was just shame. Aweel, she neednu run fra me noo; for eannasee her, nor ony of those I hue saved. This made nie gulp a bit, ami, when I had done, I said "She measured you by her small self. She would have been sure to blab in such a case, so she thought you would."...

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. — 24 December 1874

Poetry. THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN. BY ROBERT BROWNING. Hamelln Town's it. ..iiunwlck. By fmou Hanover i liy ; The river Wsr deep and '' Washes il wll the Southern l If ; A pleasanter spot " "evt'r "l''1 ; But. when begins my ditty. Almost Ave hundred years ago. Tone the townsfolk u Her so From vennlii vox pity. Rt-! They fought the dog, and killed Hie cat, And bit the babies in the cradle. And ate the cheese out of tlie vats, And licked the soup from the coolu' own ladles. Spill open the kegs of alted sprals, Made nesla iiulde men's Sunday haw. And even spoiled the women chain, By dr iwnlng their speaking With shrieking and squeaking In fifty different sharps and Hat. At last the people In a body To the Town Hall cauie Hocking : Ti clear," cried they, ' our Mayor1! a noddy ; And aa for our Corporation-shocking To think we buy gowns lined with ermine For dolls that can't or won't determine What's best to ri.l us of our vermin ! You hope, because you're old and olwse. To find in the f...

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. — 24 December 1874

Poetry. USE THE PEN. BY J. E. CARPENTER. A Uk the pent there'll magic In It, Never let It lag behind; Wrile thy thought, the pen can win It From the chau or the mini): Many a gem U lost forever By the careless passer-by. But the geran of thought should never On the mental pathway lie. I'w the penl reck not thatothen Take a higher flight than thine. Many an ocean cave atiil smothers Pearls of price beneath the brine; But the diver funis the treasure. And the gem to light Is brought; So thy mind's unbounded measure May give up some pearl of thought Use the pen! the day's departed When the sword alone held sway, Wielded by the lion-hearted, Strong lu battle. W here are they? All unknown the deeds of glory Done of old by u.lghty men Save the few who live in story, ' Chronicled by sages' pen. Use the penl the sun above us By whose light the chemist'sart Sumps the forms of those who love us, Showing us their counterpart; Unnot hold so high a power As within the pen enshrined. When, with g...

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. — 24 December 1874

Thi Dimocsut la furohed is to suoecrtben at tl perlynr, II for "1 month.; Arty centa lor three month., Invariably Id advance. ADVtansMafiTs, to Insure insertion. ud be handed in by Wednesday nuon. fowoNDNCE. containing Important new solicited from all partt of the county. Writers Mme and address required on every communica tion as a private guarantee of lod frith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. o.NK WKKK. Jl V) I column, w 1' 4WUli TWO V.KKKH. tl 00 I i column, . 4ui'4 ; t UO I One " TIIKKB WBKKS. tl SO 1 14 column, . sooh? " 7 60 1 One " ON II MONTH. t S SO I column, . 7 00 V? " 10 00 1 One " TURK! MONTHS. I 8 00 m column. Orje'nch, Two Inches, Three Inches 1 1100 in 110 15 00 line Inch. Two Inchea, Three luchea, f ton . 141)0 20 00 One Inch, Two Inchea, Three luchea, trim 17 00 '00 One Inch. Two luchea. Three Inchea lis oo 20 00 80 00 One Inch, Two Inchea, Three Inchea, I2S00 40 00 66 00 16 00 I One " 8IX MONTHB. II J 00 1 column, oo M " 26 00 1 One ONI YRAR. 118 00 IV column. 80 00 On " O...

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. — 24 December 1874

Business Items. For hncy articles suitable for holiday presents go to 2w Dvibin, Wright A Brntlev's, FOR REST. A food dwelling containing six room. Enquire Of 0. A. WlNTMHTLTIB. A la Rut and choice assortmenl of nuta at Fergu on & Macks, Mathews" block. A FINE RESIDENCE containing 18 room, corner Main and East streets, Mawillon, Ohio, la offered for sale or exchange for mailer properly, or a tore room In Massillon or Canton. For particular! address or see . decl7-w3 OUY E-QaoasR, Massillon, 0. Diaries for 1874, an unusually large aud arled (tock at Durbln. Wright A Bentley'e, 2. CHURCH DEDICA TION. The newly erected church of the Evangelical Association, on East Fourth street, this city, will be dedicated to the worship of Ood, on Sunday, December 27. Ret. R. Dubs, of Cleveland, editor Of the ChrUUieM Bottchnfl, will officiate. A Oer. man discourse will be delivered In the morning, and an English one In the evening. A general In Tltation la extended to all desiring to attend. de...

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. — 24 December 1874

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. A THRILLING SCENE AT NIAGARA. The Buffalo roMritriveMlie.-p.irti u lain of the rtHtuit inlveiilnru at Ni;iain. Some one having sniil tlmt a tn.iii huil gone uw-rtlie falls, Tlioiuux ('onmy, mie of the punlex, lifi.r'l the remark, llr tlunit-'lil (lint u until huil fallen froiu I lie T-rrapin lower hrido and (rmie mcr, and lie Marled nil' leisurely up the liauk. lie had not prueeeded far when he found thai nearly I lie eulire population of the village had 2ot there helore him, mid Very hihiii he descried the man on the rock. He hastened his steps. He knew that he was the only man in all that crowd that could nuve MiCullmnih. Some distance ub ive the rx k he foui d awui iiiK use a coil of rope ab in an in h in thi. k jess and pas ed il into the hands ' of a dozen or tilteeu men. lie consulted nobody he askei no one's advice j but with as much coolness us if he were pro ceeding to hiti dinner, he took one end of the rope iu his left hand, told them to pay ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 December 1874

Poetry. THE PUNCH BOWL. BY O. W. HOLMES. Thl ancient .liver bowl of mlne.-lt tell of Of Joyou. daja, and Jolly night, and merry t'hrinniM chime; , They were a free end Jovial rc but honwt. brave and true, ThM dipped their ladle In the punch when Ih old bowl ww new. i o.iwh ll,n hmuiiht the bar,-o rum the -, n..1i.l fttlM Twa hammered by an Atwerp smith, whose arm urn like a Hail. And now an.l tlieu between the tmke, for re ar hit strength nhoilld fall. Jle wid hi brfiw.and quailed a cupof gold ol Flemish ale. Twa purchased by an English qulre to please hi loving dame, Who saw the cherub, and conceived a longlni for the same! And oil, a on the ancient tock another twig wa found, Twa fllled with caudle spiced and hot. am handed smoking round. But, changing hands, It reached at lcnglh a Puri tun divine. Who used to follow Timothy, and take little wine. But haled punch and prelacy; and so It was, pe tittlM. Be went to Leyden, where he found conventicles and cnaps. And then, of course yo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 December 1874

TECHNICAL STUDIES IN THE COMMON SCHOOLS. If education if to be iniH'intnv! by law, the public whiKilHOiittht if rtuiuly to be Ubeful enough t" justilV the law. The people want no iiiiineiiie. A little Kliuation, that little beiiiK to the l"'r pone, i better a thousand times than a quantity of scrapa picked up anion); the 'graphics and the 'oloics. Technical tiidiea, excellent in their way, have no buninensiii these schools, neve.- intended for special preparation. It is unwise, for example, to talk of introducing phono graphy there. Compara'ively lew news paper or author need the constant r,er-Tice.- of accomplished pliono(raphers,und the Courts cannot support any large niim ber. The profession of phonography if it may be called a profession does not offer instant and assured employment. Nor does it otter hop of advancement in work or wages. It is the last work in the world which ought to occupy the sorely needed time of pupils in public schools. Even if it were of a more urgent and...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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