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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 April 1875

JOHN MITCHEL. ' AtttietownofDramalonoorDrumlane, the" Druimleathan" of the Four Masters, or in English "Broad-ridge," in Ireland, John Mitchel. the most implacable Irish agitator of our days, yesterday morning tsank to rest. He hud lived long enough to see himself twice in succession elected to represent Tipperary in the uritisii Parliament, many years after the British r.iivfrnnicnt huil unilertiiken bv a crim inal prosecution and sentence to exclude him from all participation in the public Bhuirsoi his native country, iunhuw, and it will always remain an open ques tion whi'thiT Iih could have done Ireland any essential service within the walls of St. Stephen's. lint mere can nncr uu any doubt as to the earnestness, the in tensity, and the sincerity of the love WhicU lie bore to jreiiinu, anu ui uio u delity with which through good and evil report he had clung to her cause, John Mitchol waa ti devoted champion of Irish liberty and Irish independence. But lie was scarcely an Irishma...

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. — 8 April 1875

8 FOREIGN NEWS. Further Submissions to King Alfonso. A PROFESSOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MADRID TRANSPORTED FOR PETITIONING AGAINST REACTIONARY EDUCATIONAL DECREES. Prussia Protests Against Pastorals of Belgian Bishop--Delicate Complications Likely to Arise Likely to Arise Retween Austria and Prussia. PRUSSIA. London. April i It has just trans pired that on the 2d of February the Prussian Government sent a note to Brussels in regard to pastorals of the Belgian Bishops, and other publications complaining that tneir tone ana tenden cy were Sich as to encourage German Catholics in opposition to tne state Complaint was also made of the Duch esne affair concerning the plot to assas sinate Prince Bismarck. The answer of the Belgian Government is not made known. The Times correspondent at Berlin savs there is reason to fear that the im pending deposition of the Archbishop of liresiau may occasion aencate computa tions in the relations of Austria and Prussia, owing to the fact that a portion o...

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. — 15 April 1875

'-IVV jt- ' imm VOL. 41. NO. 45. CANTON, OHIO, APRIL, 15 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, huousncr The Democrat. Old John Robinson will continue to ran his show, instead of running, as Mayor, the affairs of Cincinnati. MO doubt the Louschaefer Repository ring think there are lots of "weak kneed Republicans in Connecticut. How is it n Cincinnati, Cleveland, Akron, etc ? Governor Allen has left Columbus ( for his farm nearChillicothe, there to en joy his otium cum dignitatt and gratify hie nral tastes. Long may he wave. The military sent by Governor Hart rnnft into the mining regions of Penn sylvania have been recalled. No coll ision has taken place, and hence "no Wry was hurt." The latest explanation of it is that Hawley and Kellogg "were knifed by the Administration because ot their evi dent growing disregard for party dicta tion." If k. Alexander J. Murray, of Geor fia, is in favor of President Grant for a ibird-term on a platform for sending the colored population out of the United St...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

gilt Mhrh omdq jUtmtmt, anlan, 0th, jlmrsiiy, M'tU 1$, 1875. Poetry. THE FLOWER. BY R. H. STODDARD. We nave a youngster In tlic.koun, A little limn of tun, I Wholriint to 111" mother U ,, 4)1 all God's Wile men. k Jn doors Kiiil out lio cling toner; Jlelollowsnpand down: ' ' .leals tiin kIviuIlt hand In horn; He plucks her by the K"W".... , Wliv do you cling I" "' cbllaT ,. Y.iti triu-k mo everywhere i Jou never let me bo alone.' And hu Willi serious ait Answered, as closer still lie drew, -Aly leet were made to follow you." Vwo yeaw teforotlio boy waa born , Another bny of seven. iWhoin heaven had lent to lu a while, Went hack ngain to heaven. Me. came to till bin brohor' plate, ,i Audblessolirlallliigjcarsi' . Hie good God sent htm down in love To dry our useless tears. 3 Uiiuk so, mutlii-r, for 1 hear lu what the child hassaid A meaning that he known not Of, A message from the dead. SUnnswered wiser than he knew, "Vy feet were made to follow you. Come here, n y child, and fit wit...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

gtu lnrh cnnlji glemocrd antont t(wt httrsditjt. Ji7 15, t$75 J AN ANCIENT LAW. AN ANCIENT LAW. THE ORIGIN OF THE "GRAY MARE'S BEING THE BETTER HORSE. [From "Notes of a Bookworn, or Selections from [From "Notes of a Bookworn, or Selections from the Portfolio of a Literary Gentleman." published in 1828.] A gentleman of a certain county in EnIl,uulnmrrlc,Uy"U..l.ly'f ".! erilhlo fortune, u.,1 Hh charms; but (Win a viTy sh.u't tin. , that she was of high lom.neenngsu.t IUlwnyHto"V.nBtbcm.Htn-HH him ami l.l family, I ' resolve, . pirt within. Aeror,li.,gly,l.ewei Mo Si, father, ami toM him he l.w dl I ,hler of ... ten.,.. was W. heartily tired of her, that if ho woi.U tttke her how" lie woulJ rL',ur" every penny uf hor fortune. Tho old gentleman having inquired Into the cause of hi complaints, asked "why he fchm'M be more ilisqmeteil at it than any other married man, since it was the common ease with them all, and eon eqnently no more than ho ought to have expected when he entered into ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

gfor ft gwmfe j nnttm, !(hf jlmrsdi $$ril 15, 1875. TiiKDKMOCHTkfornUiodto labsorluert UK per yew II for six months; Oftf oeut lor Uuwe mnuUis, invariably U advanc. AnvKHTiKKURNiH, to insure utsertioi, be banded In by Wednesday not. ('....kxiunuknuil containing tmjiortajit ncw, solicited from all part of tbe oounty. Writers name and addrusi required on every ooroinuui on an a private guarantee of good faith. - RATES OF ADVERTISING. OMK WKKK. It SO I Vf ooluma. sou H " 4IH)Oue " TWO WKKKB. leno 10 00 15 00 One I m il, Two Inchn Three inch me inch, Two Inches, Three lnclun, wnoiKoolomB, i goo 14 00 ue " woo THRHK WKKK. One Inch, Two Inches, Three InelicH, One Inch. Two iiii'hi. Throe inches coluna. 11200 17 00 26 00 ONB MONTH. I no I VA column. - 1 "I VA '' 10 IX. I One ' TtlltKr MONTHS. I R 00 1 ' column. - 12 00 h? Hi) I One " MX MONTIIM. 11,100 9)00 80 00 On Inch, Two Inches, Three iiicli, rfioo . 40 00 woo One Inch, Two Inches", three inches. 112 00 a; oo '4 column, V, ' One I SI ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

ht gtarh ottnfjt ganotrai, &ntttottt 1w, w gpril W, 1$7$. Business Items. for FIRST CLASS DWELLING F0R8ALB. A gWl story and a half frame house, containing tar rooms. Tormf flaxy. No. 91, Cherry struct, Mw railroad, fob II If THE QUAKER CITY SHIRT. T. B. Albert & Co. re tola Men! for this popu lar and reliable shirt, Ooutlomon leaving their neaauret with us mar rely on getting the article and fit ordered. Mr. Btrohn U ever on duty and taa always be rolled on. (mar4-2nioa A Linus and complete ook ol Oroourlea at J. A. Macs a, t . NEW, Win. H. Ferguson haa opened to the public a ew and elegant itock of Queenswaro, Glassware, o., at the comer room of Matthews' block. Hlii stock embrace the fluent goods In the market. Call and examine them, Sprinjj styles of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains, &c.-a large stock at low prices. Carpets made and laid to order. E. D. KEPLIWGER, Cash and one Price. Japrim wl A TTKSTIONI We dcalro to call tho attention of the people to tti...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

1 1 Poetry. THE FAR-A WA' LAN'. Km ano's worn an' wciry, Mae me gangs dark ami dreary, ! the Far-nwa; Un Fae frlcn' frac Men' is lrted. Jiae chokin' tear Is Hurled, Mao ane Is broken hearted. 1' this Far awa' Uu . Mac talma nwl their di'ld mlther, Llkolanimliw I' cauhl weather, I' iliti lar-Awii' tan'. Nne giiilewlfe tlicc will slclion, Hue strai g niaii doiiti be stricken, Naeskv wi' mirk will thicken, l'the Far awa' Luu'. The heights nrp prnwnpd wl' slmuicr, The burns rin Kind wl' ullminci, l' tlir Far awa' l,iin. AnbunlM win till their nestio, .stollsduni ilk bcasile, We'll win 111 lii il'h iilu bna-vtlo, THE FAR-A WA' LAN'. —John Rankin. The Transvaal Gold Fields. The Hidden Wealth of a Rising South African Republic. [London Times.] Faraway towards tlie interior of South ern Africa, lying between iiiiiiiiue inn-i 17 Bouth, and longitude '-' anil earn there existealarge republic, t'onsiilurablv larirpr in area than Franre itself, Dutch In government, but Japidly filling on all ai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

7 LUTE McCABE'S FIGHT. A lexun lorn-nog Meet Seven Jntliynsayd Whips 'Hum in a llunnivijFinld-U Good an n Lhupttr from, Qo$r if : Tlio New York Sun has tho following from Fort Grilllii; Tuxuh, unilor tho date of February 2.rtli : Lulu MuUuliu lives about flflwn milos above hem ut tlie "Sione Kanuhe,'! on the Clear Fork of the lSrassot) iiiver. Yvh terday afternoon he was out as usual "roumliiiK ui" tho eattle, and wan rulinj? alontc. littlu dienmiii? that a .band of blood-thirsty and wiyBO Imluirm ivi-rd concealed in achwtor'.ofbr&alius J bu foro him, eagerly awaiting Iuh approach. They were seven in nuniber, four on foot end three mounted. Awailing uuiil ho bad eoniH within twenty or thirty ..paces of theui.Luto was Btartled by the midden discharge of their guns, tho whistling of balls and their demoniac warwhoop. Tho imlinters torn from tho breech of his car bine flow up into Ids face, his horse, ut' tering a loud groan, sorang up ihigh in the air, and then wheeling, mh; while...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 April 1875

She (xrh otmiji Qenwcrxt, nniant tmrsdt, $pril 15, S75. Local News. IIad Ren Brick. Wgntod several mumtmL Inquire t Canton Steel BOLTON, MYERS & Co. m fcur ne oonnollmen will be Iforo In eno taut their wad on net Monday evening. The ayor. Marshall nd City Solicitor wUl alao Uie fee oath of offloe t the mmt time. Tn Otaneil on It Monday erenlng nnnl mil) agreed to offer Madison Raynolda the mm of M0 tor that part of hli lot projecting Into Wert TMeanwM street. Though Mr. Rajrnoldi was ant present, the oiler, we learn, hai been accept- A bomahtio young lady In the Becond Ward keathe front gate fastened with a green itlk rib lea, cut bias, and trimmed with a gauiey fringe, vMkoot ragged edge about It. A laboi and Imposing concourse followed the atnelna of Mr. John Uhm to their Dual tene ment oa laat Monday afternoon. She died aud tmif on Saturday morning, from what wai pre ssured an apoplectlo stroie. Axis Eliha Youno lectures at the Opera House on the 23d tout. Mm TtnuviRi n'R lim...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

iSp". ' IM . ',3- VOL. 41. NO. 46. CANTON, OHIO, APRIL, 22 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, htousher The Democrat. Wonder if it was Blaine and Garfield speeches in Connecticut that did it? At Millerstown, Pa., on the nth, 40 buildings were destroyed by fire. The eclipse of the sun on Monday of last week was only visible in Southern Asia. Hon. A. G.Thubman will please accept our thanks for valuable public docu ments. A gas explosion at San Francisco pn ike 9th, caused the building to fall, bury lag four men in the ruins. The General Assembly of Rhode Is feftd are likely to have a time in chosing a Governor. p t Rasnum was elected Mayor of " Bridgeport, Connecticutbut "Old John Robinson" was not elected mayor Cincinnati. . of Geneial Oliver, of Massachusetts, the comoulsory education 1 pf that State as "rattle of words, plenty ol thunder, but no lightning. "V.. J ..- v,!r Democratic C's are Con 1 nr. iuui m.& - ( necticut, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colum bus, Carrollton makes nve 1 net i...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

'it Mlurk ioimfj! 8emp&w0WhmhB, Sf'U 22, t$75. Poetry. THE WIVES OF WEINSBERG. The little town of Welnslieig In liuilt iiixiii a hill Ami Hie IihIUw there aro famed ft Sagacity and skill; If e'er 1 go a-wK1iiHr, Whatever may U'llde, The little ton' l Weinberg t-liuU furnish inca brlilu. Tho mlglily Kaiser Conrad, lly landed wrongs enraged, Together llri'W lllsl.ircl, And wurHKaliiht it waged. By khi himI iwittliidlng Hi- struggled ui prevail Hut lti bulwark were of grnnlto, lis burghers cased In maill Throe tlnicN Hie veteran warriors UcdnuMod Uio stta.cn, Ami llilrec the stalwart burghers 1 he iiii iHtrlal host bent back; But tell disease and famine, In patriots did assail The civic guards (it vtelnsbcrg Could scarce suplxirt their waftl Repulsed, and chafed to fronay. Dishonored, one and all, The ik'nKt Kent ft herald Henentli the letigiued wall. Ye baMi rebellious varlcts, ljiy down ymirarms to uift, Or every boor shall dangle ' ijpou the nearest truer A panic spread IIkc wil...

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. — 22 April 1875

n 'Won 3" Select Story. The King of the Bohemians. Death of Henry Clapp. the Litterateur Death of Henry Clapp. the Litterateur and Author—Some of the People Who Helped to Make Ephemerdt Literature Twenty Literature Twenty Years Ago. Literature Twenty Years Ago. [New York Times.] i. JTo man wits bettor known in the licwsj paper, and artistic world a fi-w. year ng initn tdie eccentric; and gifted KinH of tho Bolwmjiins-l'lenij Clapper,, 1Ie d'V'j yesturduy, neither old nor young about ihe heeiilni'nfc pf a niiturul decline.' Mr. Oiipj) wits' l)'',r" Hi MafHiiclnfrettH, .and begiin'lifo iw a sailor'. : Therice )ie went Into mercantile business, I hence went on a temperance "ulvoiW u'rid a speaker In favor of fliu'iiboliti'm of-Vhirtiy-li'ere 'diu Kniifuiiil.' . Uo liyftfor. W.tf H'i'V iVi rririK, tui(llHM"iiie Wjdl ;yerseoVinlli Frenuli language,' ':'" wau ojSise to him on reWnihif to" this country;- When Wwai'ciMployi!i liy Albert?.' .B.r'bano.i fcjinslato the. notable sociitlistft wo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

The Democrat. ESTABLISHED, A.D. 1 83 3 A. McGREGOR, Editor. Stark County Democratic Central Committee. The mi'iiibtfrt the ofSUirk County H'jn(K'rutic Cwitrul Committee arc ro jtiCHtcd to mf-t at the Oden Houko in Canton on ftaufdujr, the 24th inHt., M o'clock p. ra. Jt iH hoped a full attendance will I had, an business of Importance will be laid before the Committee. I AuJXAKDKit, Cbuirrnan. And the emigration to the Black Hills continues, despite the Government mili tary, ' The Democratic State Central Com mittee meets in Columbus on the 6th, instead of the $ih of May. These spring freshets sweeping away bridges makes work for the Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton. It is a bad flood that float nothing to nobody Henkv Ward Rkecher has been tin ricrgoing a cross-examination for a week nr more. He stands well the searching tjnestions of Mr. Fullerton so far he stems not to have become confused or entangled. C1.F.VK.1.ASU has become, in the csti m.uion of the Republicans, Paineful...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

he , txrk onntt .SUtmptraj,. anion, $fr, hnrsfa$t $$rii 22 t$75. Business Items. Hen'a fine Oalf Alexis Ties for $4.00, at Hatt fc Shanafelt's. WANTED. Three- Of four roorai suitable for housekeeping rent matt be moderate. Address, staUug price ud fooaUon, J. 0. J., Drawer la Canton. j Dubbin will offer at public sale, at his resi dence, on Baturday, April M, his household tnd kitchen furniture. 84le to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. A Pisa llnoof choice groceries at J. A. Mack's.. ZoLliM 4 Co. have opened the largest stock of new dry good ever brought to the city by them. Call in tnd examine their stock. HOME AO A W. Henry Myers has Just returned from the eastern cities, where he hu lecured the largest itock of hats, capi, goats furalshln. goods, Ac, for iprlng and summer wear, ever brought to Canton. An Immense lot of new and elegant straw goods In every style and variety wUl be opened oon. Save your money and buy your good from Henry My aw, Eagle block. Oabdim Beeda, oranges, lemon...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

.OTA .c-c- Vrmfs Select Story. AN IRISH TALE. It was a little after midnight (hut knock came to the door of our cubin. 1 heurd it flint, furl used to sleep in a little nun basket ne ir the fire; but didn't Bpenk for I was frightened. It way still repeat d louder, and then came a cry, "Con Crepan ! Con, I say, open the door I want t6u." I knew the voire well; it' was Peter M'Cuhe's; but I protended to bo fiwt asleep, and snoured loudly. At, hint my Itther unbolted the door, and I heard him nay, "Oh, Mr. Peter, what's the matt ter? is the ouKl man worse f fcFnix that's whaUhe is; for he's dead!" NDliod Peter. . r. ' "Glory be his bed I when did it hap- Ben ?" ' "About an hour nco," said Peter, in a Toiee that even I, from my eo-ner, could perceive greatly ablated. "lie died like an ould heathen, Con, and never nude a will!" ' ' ' That's bad," says my fathetV for he was always a polite man, and said w hat' rer was pleasinK to the company. It is bad," said Peter; "but it would be worse ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

Miscellaneous. SNAKES AS PETS. Tho eminent English zoologist, Mr. Trunk Buuklund.tella the following story: Sunken ure regarded with liorror uiul repugnance by the generality oi'iiiaukind and womankind, and fur thin reason tlii'ir ImbitH and instinct have not been snlJi tioully studied, biiukes may be broadly divided into poisonous and iinpowonoim: As a rule, jioioonous wiukm will get out f a man's way if not uttAcked or iiuliili. d. 1 do not recommend people trying to tamo poisonous snake-, nor do 1 nil Tine them to charm them ulter the lashioii f the Indian jugglers, though, us h:. Often been huwn, these poii-onou Biiuktfr. ftre generally "doctored" as leaids their langs, beioie the exhibition lakes place. There is now in London a gentleman who has a charming tiinily Oi petsimc harmless, oi eourbe. This gentleman's name is ManiiJ lie s a professor ol ipu ic, and live ii Clieyno? Walk, (Jhel;a. Mr. Mann called on me a day or two ago l my omce, aim 1c4ucn.cn mo w -v Lini assisiance,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 April 1875

Mill Dam Disaster. OF THE PLAYFUL WATERS —BUILDINGS, BRIDGES AND OF A FREIGHT TRAIN— LIST OF LOOSERS AND THEIR LOSSES. BOSTON, April 18 A tremendous flood with disastrous results occurred last even ing in the towns of Wrentham and Nor folk, about twenty-five miles distant, by the breaking away of a dam which re strains the water of Whinton's pond, the source of the Mill river. This is a small river not over twenty-five feet broad at low water, but running with a strong cur rent mostly through meadow land, and emptying into the Charles river at Med way, At this time an immense body of wa ter was confined in the pond by the clam, about one hundred feet in length, in the ' Wrentham and Franklin county road. The sudden bursting of the pond through ' this dam hurled a tremendous flood upon the land below, sweeping away mills, hriHires. countv roads and dams in its r course, and causing damage to the ex tent of between 1 100.000 and $200,000. Half a mile below this mill was the l saw and ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 April 1875

VOL. 41. NO. 47. CANTON, OHIO, APRIL, 29, 18T5. A. McGREGOR & SON, hwusncr Delano and Gkant explain it as all a aisUke that every thing is lovely. Another snow storm last Saturday aakes about half a dozen this month. It was a great sin to impeach State Auditor Clinton of Louisiana, for he real ly had not stolen quite half a million of dollars. The Presidential party had to pay fare verthe New Haven and Hartford rail load on their way to the celebration at Lexington and Concord. Twenty-four States are Democratic and eleven are Republican, as represent ed by their delegations in the next Con gress. A few years more and the Dem ocrats will have the Senate. Radical papers say Connecticut "can't understand where so many votes came from." But Rhode Island cast a larger Tote, proportionally, than Connecticut, and there's no mystery about that. Mitchneii's "Historic Events of the Tuscarawas and Muskingum Valleys" will be issued in one large volume of 250 pages, neatly bound in calf, ins...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 April 1875

The Democrat. The centennial of old Ticondurago uill come alm'B on the loth of May, It was a surprise, and, when the liritish officer got saii'ticiriiliy awake to ask old Ethan Allen in whose name lie should surrender, the answer was: "I demand .the surrender of this fort in the name iheGre.it Ichovah and the Continental CoiiL'te s!" The liritish officer caved The Democratic bud has been crow iujx loudly over Connecticut and other Slates. One of our exchanges devoted whole column to joyous display, and tin der the crowinc bird irivcs the follow ing: Who nt curly dawn Do vuive me up mi J den I yawn 7 Der Rooster, Whooffon dro' dor day tXivK a-doodlo juil lieur lilra say t Der Rooster. Wlni struts around and vanta to vlte Wild roost upon h alien at uiglitT Der Roostor. Tint Boston Journal has at laxt come to the conclusion that the Third Term movement is Hjiiielhing more than "silly twaddle," wherewith the organs have heretofore dismissed the Htibjert. It nay O.ut the time has como fo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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