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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 January 1875

Poetry. THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS. BY SAMUEL LOVER. Tn mystery attendant upon the Council ol Venice Increased the terror of their rule. A. cov ered bridge between the Ducal palace and the State prison served a a private passage, by which suspected or condemned persons were transferred at once from examination to the dungeon hence it was called the "Bridge of Sighs," Above the sparkling waters, ' Where Venice crowns the tide, Behold the borne of sorrow So near the home of pride ; A palace and a prison Beside each other rise, . And dark between, a link Is seen It is "The Bridge of Sighs." Row, gondolier, row fast, row fast, Uutil that fatal bridge be past. But not alone in Venice Are joy awl grief so near; To-dny the smile may waken. To-inorrow wake the tear ; 'Tin next the "House of mourning" Thai Pleasure's palace lies, 'Twlxt Joy ami grief tlio passage brief JiiHt. like "The Bridge of Sighs." Row, gondolier, row fast, row fast, Until that fatal bridge be past, Who seeks for )oy unclouded...

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. — 14 January 1875

it- Tit is ltmix iiAV U rurulshed to sulwcrilww at- ,n-r yean 1 fi'i ! luinilli; li'ly vnU lor three 5''')!5, Invariably III advance. AliVKHTlKKHKNTit. to Insure Insertion, musf be banded in by Wednesday noon. foKUKSPIINKKKl K, containing iniKrUlll ni'W.I solicited from ill 1'art of the county. Writer name mid add re required on overy comtnunlc Ion a a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. (INK WKKK. tine inert. Two Inches, Three Inches 41 .VI 8011 Collllllll, I flOO iu oo IS 00 One " TWO WKKKH. Ijno i 'i coliiimi, 4 oo !i " a on One " line Inch. Two Inch, Three inches. I 0 00 141X1 20 00 TllltKK MM - 5(10 7 60 WKKKH. (iiif Inch. TWO IllcllfS. 1 lire Inches, 'i eollinin, One " 112 00 17 00 WOO (INK MONTH. (me Inch. Two inches, Three Inches t X V) I ' eolninn, tir oo 20 00 so oo 7 iw lit no one TllltKK MONTHS (Inc Inch, Two Inches, Three inches, $ HOI) '4 column, One " MS oo 40 00 to 00 14 00 lfiOO MX MONTHS. (me Inch. Two inches; Throe Inches, HLMH) ji, no i' on col...

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. — 14 January 1875

Business Items. T.iCrNighman'8 Coach Line. TC. NKlllMANwlll attend to Uio want, of all . duxiriiig the wtvIcks of a good coach II no. Passengers conveyed loand fron the depot and to all part of the city ' . . Nlghman' baggage wagon will cany all pack age to and -from all point In tho a ty for ten i cents Parti. not wishing to ride to do)iot can have their baggage carrleil to that point for ten cents. I ack get i no matter how large; from a bar of soap to a Saratoga trim It. delivered any place In the city n$SA taken to any part .of the county at reasonable rales. ; deoii i h. Call, we and examine the work done by the hatten in basement ol the Opera House, FIRST-CLASS DWELLIG FOR SALE. A good story and half house containing six rooma and a basement kltchen-wlthln live mln utei walk of the squaro. The house Is well fin ished and located In a good neighborhood. The lot Is 60x200 feet and Is set out In young frulttrees, goosoborrlos, strawberrlos, Sc. Terms easy. For furthor particulars...

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. — 14 January 1875

Poetry. THE FARMER'S FIRESIDE. Around (he Are, one wintry night, The farmer' rosjr children at; T And mirth w'ent'rouuS, and harmless chal, When, hark I a gentle hand they hear Low tapping at the bolted door, And thin to gain their willing ear, A feeble voice wan hoard Implore ; " Cold blows the Want across the moor, The sleet drives hiding in the wind ; Ton toilsome mountain lies before, A dreary treeless wastt) behind. My eyes are dim and weak with age ; No road, no path can I descry; And these poor rugs ill stand the rage Of such a keen Inclement sky. " So faint 1 am, these tottering feet No more mv palsied frame can bear; My freezing heart forget to beat, And drifting snows my tomb prepare. ' Own your hospitable door. And shield me from the tilting blast; Cold, cold It blows across the moor, The weary moor that I have passed, With hasty steps the farmer ran, Ami clso beside the lire they place The poor half-frozen beggar-iioin, With shaking limbs ami pale-blue face. The little c...

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. — 14 January 1875

Miscellaneous. RELIGIOUS ITEMS. Rev. J. B. II. Corwlne has entered on his eleventh year us ptistor of the Uni Yerualist Church at Newark, Ohio. A new UnivernaliHt church has been dedicated at JeU'ersonville, Ohio, and uteps are being taken for the erection of one at New Paris. The late Episcopal Convention of Iowa fixed the salary of the Bishop at 2,5()0. Another Convention is to be convened before Easter to elect a Bishop, The recent Fuir held by the various Methodist Churches in Philadelphia, in aid of the Home for the Aged ami Infirm, netted $1(J,(M over und above all expen ses. The Presbyterians und Connregution nlints in Munkato, Miiiiii'suUt, have hecn favored with a revival resulting in an ag gregate accession to their membership ol two hundred. The Catholic priests of Chicago are en gaged in circulating among the workmen of their congregation pledges, not merely to refrain from the use of liquor, but from the temptation also. Mrs. A. M. Surllyn, aCristian woman of high socia...

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. — 14 January 1875

The Democrat. A Wahiiinuton dispatch ttivi-H wluit is claimed to be an authoritative fnrhliud owinpof the fortliouiiint! report -f the Louisiana InveHiipitint! Conmi tine. It will, it is said, i-uiidt'iuii theac ion of the Retnriiinn Hoard in scat inn certain mem bers of the l.cni-lattire.aml will, in wine other particulars, critici-e the action ol the Kelhurtr adininis ration. Thk article from the New York Eveu ing Font, pointing out the hoiriblu bliin Jerinj? of w hich the Republican leaders have been guilty in the Louisiana tin. happiness, in verv interesting reading for those who have been no belter in. tructed than to about battle cries, hur rah for Phil. Sheridan's policy, and nom inate him for the next Preuidentcy. Really there are several things to be thought of in connection with the bet ter condition of Louisiana, und the Re publican (tarty can not afford to place itself in the attitude of identity with lhe Kellogg fraud. IN order that the Fifth Great Drawing of the Public...

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. — 21 January 1875

til "Ivs. - ) Vllii i 11 r-y in I m if rn 1 'nfi it .- -.. , i I " : T I'1 ; CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 21, 1815. , A, McGREGOR & SON, huusncr THE TRUTH. THE TRUTH. ABOUT THE TROUBLE IN LOUISIANA Out of Their Own Mouths are Out of Their Own Mouths are They Condemned. Report of the Sub. Committee. A FULL, FREE, AND FAIR ELECTION, WITHOUT INTIMIDATION, RESULTING IN AN UNDOUBTED CONSERVATIVE VICTORY. Which was Turned into Defeat by the Returning Board, Aided by Grant's Bayonets. it ' " WAsaiNofoN, Jan. 15. Tlio sub-committee uppuinted to visit uw Urluuim for tho purpouo of .invi'styatiou Jms re ' ported to the Ueneiul Comniittuo. : Al'tor giving full uw'ount of the action of tliu Ketiiniing Board, the Committee report that they are constrained td. uy tPe ac tion of the Board in the rejection of the returns in the parish of Kapides, and L'ivinu the Heats for that parish to tliu .Republican candidates, was arbitrary tiniair, and without warrant o; law. it the Committee were to go behind t...

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. — 21 January 1875

Political. THE LOUISIANA QUESTION. THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Washington, January 13 The follow ing is the full text of the President's ones eage on thw Loinmana troubles, which was sent to the Senate to-day : To the Senate of the United State: ;ia honor to make the follow ing answijr to the Senate resolutions of Ue BUl lVlirt., asking ior inioruiauuii bo w any interference by any military officer of any port of the army of the United 8Utes with the organiiation or proceed ings of the General Assembly of the 8tate of Louisiana, or either branch thereof : and ftltto inquiring in regard to the exist- m I . 2 4 ? 1 m flint Qtnln en op ol armea organisation " hontile to the government thereof, and intent on overthrowing such government , To say that lawless men, turbulence And bloodshed have characterized the political affairs of that State since its or ganixation under the reconstruction acta, is only to repeat what has become well innvn iu nart of its unhaonv history, bnt it may be prope...

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. — 21 January 1875

Poetry. THE CONNOISSEURS. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Within a wine-vault once aroso A quariel-sotliestory goes Among the Bacchanalian crowd, o tierce, and bitter, long and loud, It fairly tbreatenvd broken lawM, ,., And bloody noses all because . Two parties held eoiillleling vlrws ! About liie lilteiit way to choose Their beverage I Some stoutly hold, A flint-rale tap U always old ; y. At least a thousand proofs attest , The oldest alway" is the bent, , Not till the cunning spiders spin ., A million line across the bin, , ', r iDo men of acute Imbibe the juice; , , , Then, only then, 'Us lit for use, v Pure, mellow, fragrant ripe ; iu fine , Worthy the glorious name of wine!" ., , The other Just as roundly swear New wine Is best. Age." (they declare), "Is far more apt to mar than mend, flood wine (" '.latever fools preteud), ' And then 'us oft a mero device, 1 kit up by rogues U ralso the price I , While thuB with wrath that grew to rage, , Their foolish feud the wranglers wage, Dp spoke a s...

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. — 21 January 1875

Tim Pkmothat is furnished to subscribers at $2 per year; 1 for six months; tiny cent lor throe mouths, invariably In advance. A pvkktihkm kntm, to insure insertion, roust be Aaiuled In by Wednesday noon. Cokhkhhni)KNi:k, containing Important new.s ollcttcd from all parts of the county. Writers name and address required on every communlea . ton aa a private giiurantce of good faith. BATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK WKKK. 41 SO I i column, . am H " 4 50 One " TWO WKKKH. f.'OO column, 4o v, ;; 4 00 One " THKKK WKKK8. . .'S0 Vt column, . 5 00 H " 7 60 One " ONK MONTH. Ouelnoh, Two lnchea. Three Inches woe Inch. Two Inches, ' Three lnchea, ' One Inch, Two lnchea, Three Inched, One Inch. Two lnchea, Throe lnchea 1600 , 10 00 1500 t 900 . 14 00 20 00 112 00 17 00 2500 f 8 ISO I column, . 7 00 H " 10 00 I One " THKKK MONTHS. I ft 00 1 column, 12 00 " 1500 1 One " SIX MONTHS. 112 001 V column, 20 OH I 25 00 1 One ONK YKAR. 1H 00 1 '4 column, 2i 00 ft " 80 00 1 One 115 00 . '2000 8000 One Inch, Two ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 January 1875

Business Items. T. C. Nighman'8 Coach Line. m C. NIGHMAN will attend to the wants of all I . desiring the services of a good coach line. Passengers conveyed tu and from the depot aud to all part of the city , ... NiKhman's baggage wagon will cam 'all pack aires to and from all polnut In the city for ten cent Parties not wishing to ride to depot can have their baggage carried to that point for ten eeiiu. . I ack gm.no natter how large; from a bar of soap to a Saratoga trunk, delivered any place In the city Uralta for TEN centi. . , ' . . Commercial travelers taken to any pari ; of the oou nty at reasonable rate. ldec-4 74 u. " 'B.I. BACON CO. are prepared ;to accommodate a few more day boarder at their restaurant, one door west of the American hotel, A good opportunity for those desiring good day board. FIRST-CLASS DWELLIQ FOR SALE. A good Btory and half house containing six rooma and a basement kltchen-wlt'iin five mtn utea walk of the square. Tha house Is well fin ished and located...

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. — 21 January 1875

Political. BLUNDERS THAT ARE CRIMES. T) In nourlu tun viMirrt HIIIMI the Diul of the wur, a concliiHion which, the neonlo were assured hy the rulers and gladly be lieved, would bring "Veueeand a restored Union." For ten years they have con tinued to intrust the Federal Govern ment to the Republican party a party whose labors logically ended with .he abolition of slavery because they were told that it was the only party which could guaranty the result of the war, and riiake good the assurance of peace and restoration. And now, as the ten years are rounding to a close, they find that the most intelligent and liberal "policy" which the Republican party :ias to offer, irfsomething in the shape of "a bill de claring" or a President's "proclamation declaring" the members of the opposition party in a great Southern Slate "banditti," and providing for jtheir trial 'by a mili tary corainisnioii.'' This is the latest as pect of the "Peace and a restored Union" which we were promised ten years...

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. — 21 January 1875

Variety. Bud dobte Owing grudges. A breezy girl Tho wind-la. Hodfullows Brick carriers. A waiHt of time That of a tout old woman. A sweet article forthe toilet-A honey ootnb. . It is at home that the ruin of a soul begins. An era unknown to women The mid dle ages. How to find a girl out Call when she r is not in. Wit without sense is a rassor without a handle. When a good man dies nature feels the drain. Anaffairof the heart The circulation of the blood. Words that burn The contents of our waste basket. . If you plant a puppy what would come tip Dogwood. Nothing becomes a young girl as mod eat ways. It is better to be flush in the pocket than in the face. : If you act with a view to praise only, Pjf 1 aeserve none. No one preaches better than the ant, and Bhe says nothing. What is that which, though black, en lighteneth the world? Ink. Very, very blonde hair is now called "the light fantaBtic tow." Next to a diary the most difficult thing to keep is a lead pencil. Vermont proposes t...

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. — 21 January 1875

The Democrat. Bhkbiuan, it is said, is anxious to got after the "biirulittL" T)rvNN Piatt mivH the $5,000. he cot of the Pacific Mail gobble was given by Mr. Thompson Thompson with a V Grant cnt in another message, last week about the currency ami taxation. He wants more money wants taxes in creased. He needs 33 millions more! ".' Hon. George 11. Pkndlbton made an ' able and happy speech ut the indigiia Jion meeting at Cirrinniiti last week.-;- Since the military have bin so success ful in New Oi lcans. Grant has hopes of third term. :" ' '" . ' Mb. Dawks was elected on Wednesday ,'4 by the General Assembly of. Jtuissachu ' setts, V.-8. Senator to snccoed; the late Charles Sumner. 'w..n ! i It IIisksky, the Congressional, dour-keeper wi-o got if 11,000 of Pacific Mail has re- tired to private life. The House bo in- , formed him on Monday. ' Ot'R paper was not issued last week ' until Saturday. Our water and steam pipes w ere frozen shut during the Sun day previous, and the two days'...

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. — 28 January 1875

1 V"-1 a" . . ( 'i VOL. 41. NO. 34. CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 28, 1875. a. McGregor & son, tMhcr Vfij x .-pBi. 1 MMU & JUL l r iM v... ii . ii ii it. ii y ii . iv ii. The Democrat. Tn General Amenably adjourned from Friday tat to Tuesday. Tn New York World almanac for 1876 ia fall of valuable statistics. Thanks for a copy. Baxn the excellent speechln this pa per of Hon. George II. Pendleton upon the Louisiana queHtion. Taa Emperor of China died on the 17th, Hpiwaa quite a young man and it is not kijfwn who will succeed him. Gnt. Garibaldi is a deputy in the Ital ian Parliament, and on his arrival at Borne a few days ago he had a trend re ception. Ex-Prhhdent Andy Johnson made it after all in Tennessee the Legislature electing him on Monday to the United 8tates Senate for six years. He succeeds Brownlow. Bbbcher's trial at Brooklyn, N. Y., io in the fourth week and Mr. Moulton's testimony, the first witness has just been concluded. He is undoubtedly the strong est witness against...

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. — 28 January 1875

Poetry. THE TWO TRAVELERS. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. Twin, evening, and lieliirc my eyes j . There lay laiutscape gray and dim: i rfVliln faintly seen and twilight skies , Ami clouds UihI hid (.lie hurUon's brlnij k ww-or wa It Hist I dreamed? A waking dream f-I cannot say : W'or every lniK' a ri-nl seemed Ac iliiw tlmi meet uiy eye lo-day. ' liroucti It-afli sliXilw Hie t$M wtmU hissed') 'Oieair wun Ihli willi fulling snow, Und onward tlirfm'ili'thcThvrpn'hilM1' I ihh.h wi-ant UiiviHV so., r ton o'er die iaiidliiieVnre and monk, I .' - J 1 . 1 mrivcii o it the lainMiii ' Hi-Aire the whirling mist ul' air, Ike snow Make smote liiK,withered check, .ih! gathered on ln silver hair, 4" itt y- 'V "Vet ou ho fared lliniugli blinding Known, And wiKi)liit'iig to,iinixlf hr-AHMt-'l, vi nd l.fgljrr rlk- llieijril 1 to a1. "' "" IW-.toiVa'li aiitiiiiill ttottdr they hldo.'"" Jutrbluuuf grciiii (licy wlittJlii linui sights JLpllliey v,hojouriic,vcOJy my aide ,,. n- liU in tltf nurl'.l lliThig l...

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. — 28 January 1875

Political. LOUISIANA. Radical Outrage-Hunters on the Ground. Both Parties Represented by Counsel--The Points Submitted. NEW ORLEANS, January 22. r Moesre. Hoar, Wheeler, Frj'O and Mar shall, of the Congressional Committee, "arrived last night They bad tt prelim i'nary meeting to-day, and the counsel of either, side submitted the point of. their .' case, as follows: 1 .........!:..;. ! POINTS SPBMITfBI) ByJTIIE1 bBrtfllMCANS. TT! .1 "Tl. ., uii nmnnaa tn lllinw t llil f All Db llinu j'i"r..w . ...... " ...... there were over 10,000 Republican voters .,. intimidated from voting the Republican v.: ticket,-;. - , -. ' t 1 By the Colfax massacre. '' . 2-i-By the Couslwtta massacre. , .i i3Bythe White League conspiracy. a Tlw vinliiiitl Hr-nfiHincof narishofli cere throught the State, and the lnstall- - ing of illegal Mencry oniciais. 5 By general proscription and perse ' , ration of Republicans. " A Ttv the, iiiHiirrniitinn of Sent. 14. SecondThat the White League is an " . it. c A organ...

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. — 28 January 1875

4 Thi IImkxwat U ruxiiihbod U subscribers at ir year; fl for tJ months; nny ci'tils lor three anonUis, invariably In advance. Advkrticksikniii, lii Insure liwrtlon, mint I fcmnk-1 lu by Wwlmiwlny noon. OiMHWWimiKNCR, coiilalulnir important now, ollolted from all rt of the county. Writer name and addrw rco.ulr.Ml ou every coinniunli' Jon a a private simmiU'e of good faltli. WATl OK APVKItTISIMi. (INK WKI'.K. il VI . :i mi IV) 14 column, Dm' (I '10 HI IK) IS 00 Two liich(. Three ln lit TWO WK.KKi. ?ot) I '4 column, K ;; (, UO One awe tiiih, Two Incht. Thwe liictaiv, J 900 1100 20 00 'lllltr.K VtUHKM. On hull, Two Inches, Three Inches . t-vilK MX) IS column, IIS 00 17 00 '.VS 00 12 One " (INK MONTH. , . $ !t 50 1 H column, 7 OU i " JO 00 1 One " YHItKK MONTHS. ift 00 Two (tieies, Three Jnibe . 'JO 00 :woo One turn, Two Inches, Three Inobe, t too I '2 00 ir. 00 i column, k : One r.oo 4000 65 00 till HONTIIN. $15 001 V. column, ruc Inch, Two Utclitn; Three lneiie, f ttOO 60 00 v. on I 'J...

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. — 28 January 1875

Business Items. T. C- Nighman's, Coach Line.. TIV C. NIOHM AN will attend to Die want of all I . desiring the servluesof a good coach 11 tic. Fampiigers conveyed to uufl from tlio defiot and to nil parts of the city ( Nlghman'B baggage wagon will carry all park tin to and from all point In the city for tun cents. Parties not wishing to ride to depot " nave their baggage carried U) that point for ton cents. Piuk mw, no matter how law; from a bar of soap to a Saratoga trunk, delivered any place In the city Umlta Tor TEN rente. . , ., Commercial traveler taken to aiiy part .of the county at reasonable rate. 'luetiM 74 tr. 10,000".yards' of embroidery. The largest, finest handsomest, thcapest and best lot of embrolderlct ever gfflircd In this city are now on sale at a. A. W.Interhalter's: call and nee the goods and price. Ho trouble to.sbow goods. '''' ' WANTKB-T-Furnislied Room A young . gentleman desire to rent a furnished room.' liOeation inust be central. Ad- dress 'Q," Dkmocbat off...

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. — 28 January 1875

Miscellaneous. A Legal Strangling. BEIGHLEY'S LAST CONFESSION. (. Mr. Hazlett, one of the attorneys who defended Beighley at his trial, placed in the hands of pi( reporters a copy of what lie termed tho last, conlession of his cli ent. Mr. II. claims that the confessions in this pauer were mado at various times since his conviction.the main parts as lu(e is tbe uy Wore his execution. We fcakfe sue extrdew as ws uui tntefrestigUo-.6ur kiders LlAiiihl r i - in WoDtmnrpiund eountv 1853 or 1854; my father's name is Conrad Beiirhley. In August 1873 I was living et Plum Creek Coal Works, and I work ed there until about thro weeks before 1 went to Kerr's; 1 went to John Kerrs and staid lor about two weeks; I had . - r nil n in inn: wnue in ' jf " ' . OTD Rue ttte spring ( 4of oi men ni Steu L'ol it twtiiva tun bout t u..,i koin mnrkinir for one 01 tticm 5fJ? n ri Km one was by the name of Kerr and the other by the name of Jennings; in the fall of 1871, 1, with three others, robbed a store ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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