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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 25 March 1875

3 Poetry. A CHARMING WOMAN. it A iharmlng woman! Vvb itf sjdd ' By other women as Hght-u she ; 4 But nil In vulu I puzzle uiy head : To llud wherein Uie charm may bo. j Her race, Indeed, Is pretty enough, ! . . And her form is iiiltt' us good as tno best, Where nature Iiuh given llio bony siult',.. And a clever milliner all lire lost. . Intelligent? Y'es-ln a certain wny; With the feminine gilt o!' ready speech; . And kuowsvery well what not to say, i Whenever the theme transcends uer reach, But turn the topic on things to wear, From an opera cloak, to a rolie Ue null Bats basquesor bonnets, 'twill muKeyoustare, 'iusee bow Uueut the lady can bo. , Her laugh Is hardly the tiling to please; For an honest laugh must always start, Prom a gleesoiue mood, like a sudden breeze; And hers Is purely a mutter of art A in usoular motion made to show Mint nature designed to lie beneath Tke liner mouth ; hut what can she do, 11' Uiat is ruined to show the teeth ? To her seat In church-a good half...

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. — 25 March 1875

Th Democrat 1b furnished to iabsorlbeni tSW per year, 1 for six months; flfty cenU lor Uiree months, Invariably In advance. ADvaiiTiBKiiKNTa, to Insure Iruertlon, must be kanded In by Wednesday noon. Corribponuknce, containing Important new . lollolted from all parU of the county. Writer name and address required on every communloa- on at a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON It WKKK. II W I M column, 4 60 One " Onelneh, Two Inches, Three inches One Inch, Two Inchon, Three inches, $800 . 10 00 1600 TWO WKKK8. . K00 . 400 600 column, H " One " 19 no 14 00 20 u TIIltKB . 2 SO . 600 750 WKKK8. Onelneh, Two inched, Three Inches, One Inch. Two Inches, Three Inches - V. column, One " $1200 17 00 2600 ON It MONTH. f 8 .10 1 V. column, . 7 00 l? " 10 a lone " TIIRBF MONTHS. 116 00 20 00 SO 00 One Inch, Two inches. Three Inches, One Ineh, Two lnche Three Inches, I 800 12 00 1600 i column. One " 1200 40 00 65 00 SIX MONTns. f 12 00 1 i column, . 2C00 W " 2500 1 One ONI Y...

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. — 25 March 1875

Business Items. Wahtm, Board and rooms for the summer for gentleman, wife aud 4 your old daughter. Can fur oUb except carpet; ttate price. Address "I," care Democrat office. FIRST CLASS D WELLINQ FOR 8 A LB. A food story and a-half frame house, containing ur rooms. Terms easy. No. 91, Cherry street, below railroad. Ifeblltf A KITTi CO., Uvejust received a full and complete line of Hats and ftp Including all the desirable makes tu staple giKds, and the labM noveltica In young mcn'i flue fur In all colon. Glveliem a call. TUB QUAKER CITYSUIRT. T. B. Albert & Oi. are sole agents for this popu lar and reliable shirt, Gentlemen leaving their measures with us may rely on getting the artiule and fit ordered. Mr.Struhiils ever on duty and an always be relied on. mart-2ino Bmam. Housb Wanted. With water convenient for a small family. Apply at this office1 i Bioar FOR SALB. A buggy In good running order, Including whip nd hone blanket, for twenty dollars. Call on A. M. BLAKE. 85 Cleveland...

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. — 25 March 1875

v.V3 Poetry. Poetry. RING OUT THE BELLS. ' "Ring out the grief that saps the mind, -"'! for those thai here we no more; Ring out, the fcmt of rich anil poor, King iu redrew of all uiaiiKlnd," hi.. , . ' ' "Ring out false pride in place aiidblood, The civil slander and the spite; Ring in die love of truth and right. i ' ' King ID the common love of good." it "Ring out old shape of foul disease; Ring out the narrowing lust nf gold; King out the thousand wars of old, JUiig lu the thousand years of peace. "Ring in the valiant man aiid free, The larger heart, the kindlier hand; J King out the darkness ol the land, , Ring Fu, tlie Chriet tliut it to be." Miscellaneous. A Race With the Flood. AN EXCITING RIDE FROM ROSE'S TAVERN TO PORT JERVIS—A TOUCHING INCIDENT. :' ' ! t .'.'UK i'p I lu i.l'tinut ije , hi , Port Jervis, N. Y., March 18. Tlij fcreVappVatfi "uT tfiia' pluee of the flood which was so'tWtrMjIive throodli' utthe Delaware Valley yesterday 'tiji( 5i4he day before, .was discovtit...

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. — 25 March 1875

7 Variety. A baby's baptismal rol in I'nris coSt $3,000. "Dearest, will you accept my hand ?" said he. " I prefer to play my own, and draw to a good pair," said she. Schenck did it, with his little pamphlet. All the .teachers in the San Francisco schools ore to be examined under oath as to the means used to obtain their po sitions. A pretty fuss such a measure would make in some of our cities. 'Where's the. molasses, Hill?". said a redheaded woman1 sharply .to her son,' who. tad returned with,. an empty jug. "Nonft in the city, mother. .Every grd-' ce'ry jyis a large.board outside, wipi let ters chalked on it N. 0. Molasses. ' In a, Baltimore theatre a bear or the stfmbla'nce 'of tn!'-stole across the stae toward the sleeping heroine of the pi; y. A little follow in the audience, painfully . appreciative of her peril, shouted at the top his. squeay-.voice, " Wake up, Miss,' the bears a commM" At the trial of one Putnam, at Virginia j City, for leading an idle and dissolute life, Dis...

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. — 25 March 1875

Ohio Legislature. COLUMBUS, March 20, 1875. THE SENATE. The General Appropriation bill was proceeded with, and the amendments front Bed by the Senate Committee on Finance wore disposed of. BILLS INTRODUCED. Bv Mr. Potter To bring the police force of Toledo under the provisions of the Municipal Uode and repeal tne io ledo Metropolitan Police bill. By Mr. lisher To authorize courts to remit or reduce the whole or a part of the penalty of a forfeited recognizance, or the countycoinu-iBMoners to refund such penalty after it has been paid into the treasury, when the accused has been sur rendered to the roHT court to be tried. On motion of Air. Fisher the vote was reconsidered by which the Senate re rased to puss the bill to pay members of the Uenend Assembly uy salary, and the bill was laid on the table. Appointments were continued ns fol lows: J. P. Brock, Penitentiary Direc tor; William J). Morgan, Geo. Vv. Many penny and L. G. Delano, Commissioners for the Construction of the Central ...

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. — 1 April 1875

.-.r.ri.n:r .'... .. 4 ,..:... -j J'-. kVI .. ' : i rtv. J 'uk. .-4;: kJS VOL. ,41- no. a CANTON, OHIO, APRIL, 1 1875. A. McGEEGOR & SON, houther '' ! ) I i : 1 i i , . ,',' The Democrat. Hostile Indians in Texas have re ceived a lesson that will not soon be for gotten. In a recent fight between the redskins and a party of Texans the former were almost annihilated. The Whisky Gauger at Steubenville is out in a card in the Steubenville Her ald, lauding the Republican party. The stars would fall and matter would go into chaos if the Democrats triumphed ; and, worst of all, he would lose his situation ! That's what gives things a serious look, ' The new liquor law of Pennsylvania fixes the highest license at 700 for sales of $10,000 and over per annum, and the lowest at 50 for sales under '4,000. Each dealer is obliged to give a bond for f2,ooo to secura obedience to the other provisions of the law. Read Ex-President Johnson's able speech in this paper. It will be remem bered that ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 April 1875

Poetry. NOT LOST. Tint loo of sympathy: the gentle word flpnien m low that only iKl hf i. ' Hfte secret art of pure self Niorlilce, . TUiween by men. but marked by angels' eyes: These are not lost I . ' - i The racrcd music of a tetider strain, Wung from the rKK't'M hearthy grief and pain, And chanted timidly. Willi donM and tear, To crowds, who scarcely pause lo near: . TtoM! are not loot. The Rllenl team that fall at dead ornlght Over soiled robes, Uiat once were pure and white, The prayer that rise like Incense from the soul, for Christ make It clean aud whole : lainglug to These are not lost. Hie happy dream thai gladdened all our youth, When dreams had lew otHense and more of truth; The rhildhnnd'a faith, so tranquil and so sweet, Which rat like Mary at the Master's reel: . Ihoett are not loat. The kindly plana devised for others' (rood, Fo seldom guessed, so little understood : , The quiet steadfast love that strove to win Sotne wanderer from Uie ways of ln : Theae are not los...

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. — 1 April 1875

gilt gtxrh gamtls ffleiMcrat, gimlan, t(U, ghmshq, gril 1, 1875. NEW STAITSVILLE. TERROR, BLOODSHED AND INCENDIARISM —DESTRUCTION OF McCLUNG'S WAREHOUSE BY FIRE— A MASKED MAN WARNS THE LAST WATCH AT TROY WORKS— LAST WATCH AT TROY WORKS— FLIGHT FOR LIFE. [From the Columbus Dispatch.] The telegraph informed us that there had been serious trouble at New Straits vills on Wednesday last. A reporter, last evening, met Mr. McClung, who es caped with a portion "of his working force from the town on Wednesday night, ant arrived here yesterday. Since the troubles of last summer there has been a bitter feeling on the part of a few of the miners whom McClung refused to employ headed by a notorious character known as Jack Roberts. These men have em braced every opportunity to beat and misuse the colored miners. A suit growing out of some of these troubles occurred in the town on Wed nesday, in which several of the colored miners were parties and witnesses. As they were returning to the mines, th...

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. — 1 April 1875

r-j Th a Democrat l furnished to labsoriberi attl Ier year, fl tot six months; fifty cent lor three ooqUui, invariably in advance. AnvmmnKMKNTR,'u Insure lnnortlon, ( be handed In by Wednesday nunn. CouiiKsroNDKNcr., containing Important new.s aollilied ftuin all irt of the county. Writer atainc ami address required ou every eomraunioa' d a a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. (INK WKHK. fmeincli, Two Inches. Three inches 31 50 . ;!) . ' 4f0 V. column, i. " One " n oo 10 no Hi 00 TWO WKIiKH. !2 00 . 4 00 6 00 tine Inch. 1 iw inches, Three inches, j(0oluillll, One " I 0 00 1100 THUKR WBKKS. ti so . am 7 50 i column, H " Oiio " - One lurli. Two inches, Three Inches, 112 00 17 no 25 00 ONK MONTH. 8 3 50 I ' column, - 7 IK) V, 10 CN I OllO ' One inch. Two inches, Three Inches ir no 20 IK) 30 00 TIIKUK MONTHS. Ono Inch, Two Inches, Tnree inches, $ ft 00 1:2 00 1,'iUO I ooluiun, 125 00 40 00 One 60 00 six MONTHS, One Inch. Two inches; Three inches, S12O0 a; oo ' column...

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. — 1 April 1875

Business Items. I , L AltO EST. Tho largest and chotiust arrival of tlio season at D. J. Bcggcs' China Hull, Oassllly Block. These , goods, Just received direct from Kuriep embrace . tlio finest quality of wares manufactured; they are really elegant, and tlio stuck la very large, and an consequently bo fold cheap. Dinner, breaK fast, ten, s.up plates, &c, platters, covered dishes, UM, saucers, teapot, howls and plteheni, soap slabs, card dishes, Knives and fonts, spoons, and every tiling one ciiti expec to see in tlio largest htna store In Northern Ohio, Cull and seo his f iodjj, you will be thoi uglily satisfied. riRSTCUSSDWlLLl.VO FOR SALE. A good story and a half frurao house, containing four rooms. Terms easy. No, ill, Cherry street, Mow railroad. feblltf THE QUAKER CITY SHIRT. T. B. Albert Si On. are sole agents for this popu lar and reliable fhlrt, Gentlemen leaving their measures with us may rely on getting tlio article mid 111 ordered. Mr. Strohuls ever on duty and au al...

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. — 1 April 1875

W - jttitrA Mtm ' 0 f$tnmia&; $pril 7, 1875, Poetry. Poetry. DIANA. '. Bbe hid bow of yellow rom, like the Udmoou at yellow morn. fine had three arrow strong and Rood, Btool not 111 feathered cornel-wood. ,'. Like purest pearl her left breast shone ' Above her klrtle'a emerald tone: Her right was bound In ntlk well knit, Lent her bowstring should never it. .. . Dtp Hi-she had, and clear grayeyei. ' And hair, pure gold, blown holdeu-wise Across her face like shining mint ' '" That with dawu'i Uush it laintly kissed, . ' Herllmhii, how matched and round and fine I , How free, like sougl How strong, like wiue I And, timed to music wild and rweet, Uow swill her silver sandaled feet I ' " Plngleof heart and strong of haud, Wind-like slie wandered through the land. Ko mtn-or king, or lord, or churl Dared whisper love to that fair girl, ' ' And woe to him who came upon Her nude, at bath, like AcUeou I Bo dire his fate, that no one heard ' The flutter of a bathing b.rd 1 What time he cr...

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. — 1 April 1875

TRIAL OF TILTON. Bessie Turner Exposes His Domestic Habits. ABUSIVE TREATMENT OF HIS WIFE. R MARKABLE SCENES RELATED. The Witness' Story Not Yet Concluded. New York, Murch 19. The Brooklyn City Court opened tit the usual hour when Assistant Pator Ilalliiluy's cross exami nation was continued, but no additional facto of interest were elicited. BESSIE TURNER TESTIFIES. Miss Elizabeth A. Turner was the next witness called to the stand. Bhe testi (lud as follows: I became an inmate o1 Tilton's house in April, 1804, und ro" maiocd there ten years; they then board ( ing jUtb. Mrs. Morse in Livingston street I never was thero as a servant in receipt of wages; I assisted Mrs.Tilton in care of the children and household affairs; I usually slept with the children in the next room to Mrs. Tilton and was always treated as one of the family; Tilton al ways treated me very kindly; he was in the habit of kissing his chil lren, and he also kissed me; I used to comb his hair, and he would take nio o...

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. — 1 April 1875

iBspMtm Local News. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY Ev'G., March 29. Proecnt Uuderhill. Biochele, Bechol, obaimh, Schott and Volzer. Minutoaof lat meeting read and ap- PHTITIONS. ts nt Wanhlntrton ave- ae and four members of the Board of Education, nuking for a pianf wuik irom orthsciiool houxe eatward along said venue- City solicitor instructed to draw p ordinance. , . , City Engineer awked to have city bench aiaik re-es tablibhcd on Court House cor er, as the old one had been destroyed. Granted. A verbal petition asking to have pave ment repaired at cirnerof North and "oplar street, was left to the street com-MbjBioncr. MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. T. H. rhillips" resignation as mem ber of tho Board of Health was accept ed. Mayor Shields nominated Dr. Geo. B. Cock to fill the ubove vacancy. Nomina tion confirmed. J. P. Bex and E. D.Ely' renominated Members of the same board. Re-nominations confirmed. BILLS ALLOWED. Joe. Baxter, Banco m !c Saxton A McGregor & Son Itaata Jfcitung John Harter ...

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. — 8 April 1875

. . VOL 41. NO. 44. CANTON, OHIO, APHIL, 8 1875. a. McGregor & son, wa.tr The Democrat. Thi Democratic State Central Com mittee will meet in Columns on May 5th, and fix the time forthe7'St-te Con- Tcntion. Dr. Isaac Kagv, of Tifiin.'Ohio, will be presented by his friends tbthe Demo cratic State Convention as a candidate for Auditor of State. The city of Zanesville Monday rolled v up a majority of about five hundred for 'rthe Democratic ticket. There is no heal 'ithv Republican action about this. ' ' the city elections in the State on Monday Cleveland elects a Democratic Mayor, while Columbus, Newark, Zanesville and Dayton stand by the party of the people. Mr. Beecher is now testifying in the icandal case. As there is a universal desire to read his testimony, we devote a share of our space to it in this week's paper, The most thoroughly muddled law on the statute books is the postage law. An exchange says that a paper can be sent Jip&.'Washington t0 EuroPe for two t 1,01110, ...

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. — 8 April 1875

gtorh it otmtij jjtnwtrat, nton, t(io, gfantoff, 3$til 8, t$75. Poetry. LITTLE THINGS. Konoose tli little flowers should Uilnk that they are much loo small TVi be of any uw to u. And so not bloom at all; Mow much that's oleosa"! we should lone; For an we pai them by, Kverv Utile iWer that blooms I pleasing' to Ihoeye. iHuiipiwo the little ralniropHthouirht That they wore much too small To lie of any use on earth, And o not mln at all; Then the I rulU would never grow, Nur ruses In the bowers, For all the little rnin drops help To make retreshUig showers. And so. Mhttll llUlechlldren think That they are much too small Tube of use tootliora here, . ' And do no (food at all t Ah I dearest children think, not so, Fur little acts of love A re pleaslwt In the sight of God, And counted above. Children's Friend. GRANT ARRAIGNED. SPEECH OF SENATOR BAYARD AT NEW HAVEN. [Special Dispatch to the World.] NEW HAVEN, CONN., March 30. fVnator Thomas F. Bayard, of Dela ware, delivered ft campaign sp...

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. — 8 April 1875

THE COST OF RAG MONEY. Whim Scnutor Sherman at the end t)f Dot-ember pri'smited the country with that remarkable abortive Financial bill f his which he styled the most precious Christmas gift that the nation could re euive, the prheofgoldwus varrying from lilt to 111 j. Since then the price of gold has steadily advanced I) 1 WJ. 1 lie av erago price of gold from the lnt of Janu ary until now can fairly betakcuiitlNJ. This fact, properly interpreted, simply means 'that consumers in this country have been obliged ;o pay 3 percent more than formerly, prime cost, fur all im IHirUt from the 1st of January, 1875, to the 20th of Marcl;, a period of eighty-five days. Now let us -see what this increaso in the price of gold has cost the people of tins country ounng uiehu uigiuy-iive days: Our consumption of foreign goods, for which we have to pay in gold, amount ed during the liscal year 1873-4 in round numbers to $507,01)0,000, and the duty thereon collected in gold was $100,185, 000. Assumi...

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. — 8 April 1875

f& hrh jounfji faemocrnt. jrntton, 0(io, gtmrdn, gyril $, l$75. tut itsMocaaT ti tarnished to jbsorlben at 12 twr year; SI for tlx month ; (Hlj oenl tor throe MMtu, invariably Is advance. . .Avrmmitiimm, to Irmure lnsertios, must be fcandwt in by Wednesday noon. OaawtrortDgrios, containing Important new.t ollotaea from all parte of the oounty. Writers iWm and address required on every communloa- a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK WF.HK. 'Oneliwh, Two Inches, 3'liror inches i m . nco 460 K column, 'A " One " 16 10 lb TITO WKKKH. One'fnch, .Throe inches, BOO I i column. 19 . 14 20 THKBK WRF.KH, 'One Inch, (Two lr - lirw, aiirxf Inchon, 'OrlV Iwh. Two Iwhes, Tbfw inches column. One " J1200 coo - 760 . 17 2ft 00 ONK MONTH. f II BO I K column, - TOO 10 (X I One ' thrkf MONTHS. IIS 00 , 20 00 30 00 'On tnch, Two mchew, 'Thrr inches, f 800 12 00 1500 Vl column, One " - I2500 ' 40 00 66 00 Hit MONTIIN. One Inch. 1 wo inches; Hhrwe Inches 113 00 . 00 K.00 Y colu...

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. — 8 April 1875

Business Items. Hen's fine Calf Alexis Tlos for $100, at Hutt & Shanafelt's. tlRST CLASS IWELLING FOR SALE. t A good story and (-half frame house, containing fcur rooms. Term easy. No, 91, Cherry street, lelow railroad, foblltf THE QUAKER CITYS1IIRT. T. B. Albert A Co. are sole agents for this popu lar and reliable shirt, Gentlemen leaving their measures with us may rely on getting the artlclo and fit ordered. Mr.Struhnl evor on duty and in always be relied on. t lmar4-2mos SPRING I SPRING I Beautiful Spring. A. Kltt It Co. have received all U. latent spring styles In hats and caps; also a krge and desirable variety of new straw goods. All the latest styles of cloths, casslmcres, vcsllngs, Ao, ftlso open for examination. Call at A Kltt & b.V and examine their goods before purchasing elsewhere. WllOOP LAI Grand massacre at A. Schwertner's; prices cut all up into lltllo bits: A. Schwcrtncr has received k largo stock of boots, shoes, slippers, Sc, and will tell them so cheap th...

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. — 8 April 1875

V Poetry. THE GENERAL CHORUS. We all keop step in the marching chorus, Rta n from millions of men around. MUllons nave manned to ti.e same before ua, . nioiia come on with a sea-Uke sound. JCtfe.' W:th! ,,, Bach to the song of human breath. What la thtamultltudlnous chorus. Wild monotonous, low and InudT ' ferth we tread on, heaven that a o'er us T I in Uie midst of the moving crowd ? Lite: Iknlh: lift: Jieth; what Is Uils burden of human breath 7 On with the rest, your footsteps timing ! U .I....I ml.ulf. ll,Utt III till KtlllT. fRIeiit with It ! horn from it?) loftily chiming, , Tenderly aootblng. II beam you along. " Lift: Death i Life; lteiith; breath I —Fraser's Magazine. ORVIL GRANT'S MONOPOLY. THE REMARKABLE OPERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT'S BROTHER—BUILDING UP A FORTUNE UPON THE RUIN OF OTHERS— FORTUNE UPON THE RUIN OF OTHERS— A HIGH HANDED ACT OF USURPATION— SETTLERS FROM THEIR HOMES. [From the New York World.] , Port RiCb, D. T., Feb. 20. Some time lawt Summer President Grant ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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