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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 April 1875

ht (trk omtht democrat $atiton, 0fbf hmdnv, $pril 2 9, 1875. Miscellaneous. BEECHER'S FRIDAY NIGHT TALK. THE PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE AS A REVIVALIST—"FOUNDATION BUILDING." Mr. Beecher'a Friday evening talk in the lecture room of Plymouth Church last night drew together a bigger crowd than usual. Each week the ushers de vise some new plan of packing in a few more, and not content with placing seats outside the doors and havimz the windows open last evening the throng surged up t the platform, and a row o! chain along the wall at the rear of the preacher were filled. Mr. Ueedier said: St. Paid had travel 4d and had visited the ci y of Athens at a time when we know she musthave been at the very zenith of her perfection as a repository of all that was beautiful In painting and sculpture and orchitec ture, yet you cannot find in all his writ ings a single intimation that there was aught beautiful in that dazzling city of artistic magnificence. St. Paul looked at temples with a contractor'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. — 29 April 1875

Tiik Pkmo('Rat U furnished to ubso.rlt.ers at 21 per year; It for tit months! Ally oont ' ",roe months, Invariably in advance. Corrrspondrncb, containing Important new,! ollclied from all parta of Uie count)-. Writer name and addrcaa required on ovary oommunlc Hon as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Card one dollar per line per year, No card Inserted for loss than threedollars per year. Business Notice In Item column, on fifth page. Inserted for Urn cento per lino each Insertion. II Inserted In reading mailer, twenty ceiili per line. No notice will be hLseiicd for less than fifty cento. Yearly advertisers allowed tho privilege of changing tholr advcrliscmonui quuriuny. Doublo columu advertlscmonU 25 per nt J ditlonal. A II transient advertisement must bo accompa nied wllh thecal. AnvKKTiHKMRNTi), to Insure Insertion, mud be banded In by Wednesday noon. Rate of advertising furnished on application, Address all communication, to A. McUREGOR A SON, Canton. Ohio. g he tmoqt. ...

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. — 29 April 1875

Business Items. Hen's fine Calf Alexis Ties for $4.00, at Hutt & Shanafelt's. WASTED. Three or four rooms suitable for housekeeping ront muni be moderate. Addrens, staling price and location, 1. 0. J., Drawer lis Canton. 1 am dally receiving now additions to my Im mense stocK, which 1 tlio largest and inostconi plcto ever oll'ercd In this city. All 1 auk la call and tiauilne fur yourself.' Price guaranteed to be lower Uian any. 0. A. Wintkiiualtkb. . flRST CLASS DWELLING FOR SALE. A good story and ahalf frame house, containing four room. Teruii easy. No.Ol, Cherry street, kotow railroad. Ifeblltf WASTED. A few flrls to learn dross mailing. Call at lira. Hadenou'a,one dour wont of St. Cloud Building- BEAUTIFUL And elegant are the guoda offered for aale by A. litt (A)., IB Kleharda' Block. Windsor scarfs, Ilk kcrolilels, and all stylos aud duslgiis of tine aok wear, tkll and examine them. HERB WE AREI fv Wine people do not suffer the palm of conn and ' tuer diseases that the fceta...

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. — 29 April 1875

Poetry. THE WHISTLE. BY ROBERT STORY. Tm have heard," said a youth, to hli sweetheart, HhHe hewt'on a corn sheaf, at daylight's do- Yon'iaveTieard of the Danish boy's whistle of I wboTuiat Danish boy's whistle were mine." "And what would you do with It? toll me," Bh Mid While a'u arch smile played over her beautiful "1 woutdblow It," he answered; "and then my fair WooWl'tty to my side and would here take her place." " 1 that all you wish fort-That may be yours Wlinoui any iiiukic. uio "A favor so slight one's kkmI naiitre secures; Without any manic." the fair maiden cried ; .. a a .... ...uul tlRIMrCHWliri'M: , And she playfully scaled herst-lt by his side. " 1 wonld blow It again," said the youth, "and the Woul'iTwork so, that not even modesty's check Would bo able to keep my neck Irom our flue abeMull'ed and she laid her tine arm round his neck, " Yet once more would I blow, and the music dl- . . .1.- tl.lwl lima an nilUltP Villus: WOUta DrinK roe we um. -r-yi- Too would lay your ...

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. — 29 April 1875

Poetry. PAUL REVERE'S RIDE. BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. I 1 I.hlen.mv children, anil you shall lear Ol Ilia midnight rlilu l I'tiul Itevere, m tho eighteenth of April, Hi Sovcniyuvo; Hardly u 1111111 in now nil vc who remembers Uiut famous day and year. Ho said to his friend : "If tbe Ilrltlsh inarch lit laud or by bcii from the lowii to night, Hang a liu'lerii alnlt In tbu bcllry arch Of lliu North Church lower, as u signal llght )ne,lf by land, and two, II by sea; Aiui I on the o.M.UuHli..re will Kcady to ride ami spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village, and ft rm, Kor tliucountry lollt to be up and am.. Then ho said "flood -night I" and with mulDcdoar Wieldly rowed ui the tliurlest'iwn shore. Junius the inooH rose over the bay, Where, swinging wide at her moorings, luy Tho .Somerset, ilrllish man of-war, A phantom ship with each masl and spar Across ihe lmsm like a prison bar, And a huge black hulk, that was inagnilled lly iu own rellecliuiis in the tide. Voanwlillc h...

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. — 29 April 1875

8 Mhrk fftnmfa .Bnwtrl, mton, 0I(bt titm?:wt $$ril 29, 1875. Local News. Bldrh Incjram will preach his farewell Annou next Sunday morning No hit Timlin Llaelturch in the evening of thut 1 P. Mili.eh'8 juvenile dancing cIiibr will clone ilH m-ukuii willi a Brand mill at Kiehard'8 llall on to-uiorrow (Friday) r-uiiig. It coeta two cenU) to (send a newB wnr to Matwillon or Alliance, Wuiie inL two cents will Bend the saem to Loudon or GIuhuow. Rowi Brothkks, RoweI is the name of an Akron Publishing Company, me Tillage has a canal, too, and yet there iau'l a second cIiisb boat club in the place. Bancroft, the historian, says that "the Western lteserve contains a more niieiii nt nimnlntion than anv otlier territory nf i uimifi nvinnt anvwhere in the vorld." This, of course, does not include Akron. Tiwr J. Diirhin'b family will leave for Denver in a week or two, except his uzhter Mary, who will remain till the alnnA nf the nresent term of school, as ihe is a member of the graduating class ...

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. — 6 May 1875

; iji', ; , v K,,v. ' A -, vj i .';'w C&i"r-f ; 3?J i t vjSatii.tiki(!i:iJiii5.- VOL. 41. NO. 48. CANTON, OfllO, MAY 0, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, harsher 1 V r, " iilUI ij l i- t , II.' i .' A I. I,' i L"!nt'i" Ji-.j;..ar Emperor William has given his as sent to the introduction of a bill abolish in; religious orders in Prussia. Tm public debt statement shows a de crease of $2,325,348 during the month of April, and a decrease of $11,778,809 since June 30, 1874. Ties Prusidbnt Wilson has been vis iting In Kentucky on his trip West. He remained over Sunday at Lexington the guest of General Preston, and also vis aed General John C. Breckinridge. t An exchange suggests that Grant's whole cabinet resign. Would it not e well to include Grant himself? Is not the trouble really there ? Our former Presidents had some regard for ability and experience when forming a abinet. We hear of an effort making to start a Republican paper in Canton that shall kifuse life and vim into the party a...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 May 1875

'it larh otmtn $tmomt, nnku, Iiia, glimskg, C, 1875. Poetry. LEXINGTON, APRIL 19,1775. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. No HiniMi-iiliiK Ihlrst fr llil hart tint No Imllli' Joy n Uu'iis who m l, Against llic alti'ii.tmyoni't TlK lr,iiKiun lnvtuLb iu that old (laf . II. 7 ti.'lr fii't haJ trodden peaceful ways; 'J hey IihimI nut Klrifc tiny dreaded pain; . 1 li. y -iw not H Iml toll m plum, llmt iii.il would make man's wra h bit praise. III. V mkt wore they, but klniplo men; lis viist rulu On' lulurc hid; 'I In t ii'tin ii),; i'l the work lln-y 1l1 Was Ktmngo mid dark and douotlul low, IV, wlfl ii the summons came Uief left . The plow nildnirrowManding still. 'I ho hull ground corn grii.t at the mlH, Tin' vpn.lc Inearth, the) axe in Clell V. Tlicy went where duly seemed to rail; l hey scarcely asked Uie reason whf . They only anew that lU'y eould die, And ileuth wax not the worst of all. VL Of man foj man the Kacrlllcc, I hMiuni'd by Uiood, m u Uioirs they gave. The llnwcrs that blnmniueii I rou...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 May 1875

Poetry. THE RUDE BRIDGE. BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON. Sung at Concord, April 19, 1836. Br the rude bridge Unit arched the flood. Their Hurt to A iril' breese unfurled; lire mice the embattled farmers stood, lnd Bred the shot beard touud the world. Ta foe long since In silence slept! Alike the conqueror silent sleew; And time the ruined bridge has swept Down the dark stream which seaward creeps. n this gnn bank, by this soft Hream, We set to-day a votive stone; That memory may their deed redeem, Wbeu like our slresour sons are gone. Iptrit. that made those heroes dare To die, and leave their children free, BUI Time and Nature gently soaru The shalt we raise to Iheui and thco, Sung at Concord, April 19, 1836. Variety. 'Does) the Lord love a mini who simmls nt a clinri'li festival tlx1 money ho owes Ao his washerwoman!"' is a question , .'naked by a l'eir uylviiiiiu paper. ' The experiment of transfusing Wood hafijiiKt been applied to (Jen. Frank liluir, who ban long been prowl rated with p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 May 1875

he gfiirh otmtij gjcmocrnf, nnion, 0!(iof gfimsdasi, SPw ft TH Dkmdchat U ftinilhUoil to i,i!critcni Ml lair year, $1 for six months; liny cents Inr Ihrco souths, Invariably In advance. Oohrkstoniiknck, ootilAlnlng Important now,! aollr.itod fmin Kit J-tH of tlio county. Writer name ami address required on every coinnumlca. linn mi a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards ono dollar per line per year. No r.ard Inserted for less than three dollars jxir year, Battue Notice In Item columns on firth iaga, 1 amrted for ton rent per lino each lusortlon. If Inserted In reading mattor, twenty cents (tor lino, No notice will lie Inserted for lew than fifty cotiU Yearly advertisers allowed tlie privilege of elianglng tliolr advertisements' quarterly. Double oolumu advertisements 25 percent, ad ditloual. A 11 transient advort'iseniemts must be aocompv irlod with the cash. Advrhtirkmknth. to Insure Insertion. 14 be Ivandod In by Wednosclay noon, Rata! of advertising furtilshod on appli...

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. — 6 May 1875

Business Items. Men's fine Calf Alexis Ties for $4.00, at Hutt & Shanafelt's. ITosIUst. Part of house lot small family. AddrMS V. 0. Box 61. FOR RENT. T good rooms on Die llrst floor, close to tlio qua. Enquire at tlie Kaglo Block Drug Store. Vmm, Palm kb 4 8tai.l have on hand ilie lar go stock or wall papers, shades, eta., ever for aale Id Canton. Their carpot department la also com plete In every detail. Call ou them bolore you aiaks selections, at 30 8ouiu Market itroct. youtra MEN life should take a courae of Business Suiting Training at Dura Collese. It lathe beat Instltu Uonoilh kind In the country. Manyof ourload big business men are graduatoa of thla College, and ban their success upon the sysUimatlo train kig roeelTed thore. For circulars address P. Duff A Baa Pittsburgh. CENTENNIAL. FmiwmUon for the ftutennlal will not prevent U A. DIook Held I rum continuing to tell the linost, most nnrnfortablB and durable boota and shoe In ,the atarket. lie purchsses none but the bo...

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. — 6 May 1875

Poetry. "THE FIRST BLOOD." No, not by Concord brdljro. w trow, The flint blood wet ihe ground; Hordyed llie"dof Iiexingtnn, froui illancbards gaping wound. 'Twa curly, fro the mUty Runt With lint of daybreak gow d. , That I'sul limn high mettled steed Caiue thundering down ttio road. John Adams wnko and breathed a prayor "In God I put my trust" ind U hlH brave companion said. "Joliu Hancock, rim' and dust." Then Hancock up and grabbed hto clothoa And through the darkness fled, Rut stumbling fell and string Ills nose, And tbuii the blood wan kIumJ —[Brooklyn Argus. CONDENSE. When writing nn article for the prcsa, Y hctlicr pn se or verse. Just try, To utter your thoughts in the tcwest words, And Icltheni hecrl-p and dry. And hen it is llnished and you suppose It Ih done exactly brown, Just look at il over again, and then boll it down. Political. Schurz's Speech. MR DEFINES HIS POSITION AND TELLS WHY HE COULD NOT ACT LONGER WITH THE RADICAL LEADERS. On Tuesday evening Hon. Carl Scburz...

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. — 6 May 1875

Poetry. THE GOAT AND THE HORSE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. A float who lent a ravished car A Kiddle's harmony to near Iho while uucunscuusly lu lect The viol's iiicaureiuiiy beat, UllU) a UllIKO, whoilcui llllll stoOd, f 0 rapt liu qullu luixul Ills mod , In Uiu sweet uiusiuoi iliti hour, ruth was Ihe pluyer's wiiiiiiMU powor) hus-wlien Uiu witching hiiuiiih wcru done A boaMlul moliologuu begun: !My honest ucigliuor, Uu ynu know W lichee came Hit) miuiiUh Uiul charmed IWWT llieviul whifhso anuelly Miiita Owcnall ll music U) the strings; AnU liiOhewiiuei.lliiiK-be piconcd '0 ote tame Hum Uiu bontim olalioall (A initio ul iiiiiiu you uiu)' liuvu aeco VVlUl nil) upon Uiu vitiligo Knuli; Vi hero, wde liy side, wu used Hi ily Through umnya plcutuiui summer day) And xiiociw lull my ttoiihy I'uuuti, Hui J.kiiiiu happy uuy nni) lend, lliulikmuiWiiitilollitt url Whioli Inuiiuuli power lueliarmUi heart r 'irucl ' mini Uiu A'iw"biiliiut aiontj Arenrnign rcquircu Uigivo Uiu luiie 1 lie viol uowu; pruy, u...

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. — 6 May 1875

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NORTH CAROLINA. Weigh, N. C, May 3 In the municl l election to-day, the DcmncratH ciirrv eleven out of seventeen Aldermen and alerted their eundidu:e for Mayor. Thin hi the flret time since the war Hint the atty has gone Democratic. Tlie Demo crat iween Durham, Salisbury, IIUIh orooyh, Charlotte, IleuderHon Warren to, which are all the towns heard fiom. INDIANA. Jhelbyville, May 4. A Democratic Mayor was elected to-day, the first in fdrty-flve years. The city is Democratic. lew Albany, May 4. The municipal election in this city reBulted in the com plete triumph of the Democratic ticket, except one Councilman. Jeffereonville, May 4. Notwithstand ing the great excitement and intense in terest manifested in the city election to a it tuhwhiI off without any disturbance. The' entire Democratic ticket was elected, ranging from 100 to 300 majority. [For the Democrat.] GOING TO THE BLACK HILLS. OMAHA VS. CASTLE GARDEN, April 22, 1875. Jhar Sir: I have arrived at the fir...

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. — 13 May 1875

m W ..J II II II .1 U I II . ft . , VOL. 41. NO. 49. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 13, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, huouslicr The war rumors from Europe uro sub. aiding, as it is said the Czur is peaceably disposed. The whole Republican party of Ohio is out with candlcshunting for somebody St. Louis Times. It costs more to run the Judiciary of the District of Columbia, than for all the New England States and New Jersey and Delaware. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, is being roundly abused by the Administration press because he found no Ku-Kluxism down South We must investigate the water works Cin Enquirer. Canton has got her water works in Court for that purpose. The Missouri Constitutional Conven tion stands : Democrats, 63 ; Republi cans, 4; Liberals, 2. Tho Democrats have a working majority. The Grand Jury in Boss Shepherd's dominions, Washington city, find no bill for libel against Mr. Dana, of the New York Sun. Who shall say the world don't move ? And Cincinnati has her water works investigation, ...

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. — 13 May 1875

The Democrat. The Democrat. [From the Cleveland Herald, April 21st.] THE VALLEY RAILWAY. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE CITY YESTERDAY —ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR—REPORTS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Tticannmtl iiii'i-tinn of tlio stoi-klioKk-rs iJ the the Valley Railway Company was il.ieli al the ollice of tin- company on Wa ter stjvet a 'cv days it go. The meeting wat eonductcl with Hit! greatest nnan ituits, tuore nt being a dissenting voice sin ay of tin- ii'cstioiis brought np, or in Abe election of directors. The whole iium ler -of shares entilled to a vote was 11, jiij, f which number 7,4'.'n with report ed. C-lMi'lc-' Pease was elected chairman I . Clarke secretary ofthe meeting. The PreM'lcnt ami Vice President were iibsent., unci llie annual report of the !r.t(.v.inl of directors was approved and or .lrel printed, and uNn that ofthe Chief 'y.x:::'wfr. T;j folli living i plot ic nis were then sub--nHt.'d to the stockholders to Im voted :irt;.: A nt l...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 May 1875

Miscellaneous. HER HUSBAND POISONED. ARREST THE LANDLADY OF A LITTLE VALLAGE INN. THE BAR KEEPER ALSO IMPRISONED— STRONG CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE AGAINST AN ENTERPRISING BUSINESS WOMAN AND HER FAVORITE. [From the New York Sun.] In the pretty village of Cluitlmin, about sixteen miles from tiiecily of Ilutlson.on the eastern hank of the Hudson, nutrungo lady appeared on the 2Sth of March, and duid she desired to hire u hotel. She de scribed herself as Mrs. Chase. Mr. Blake, keeper of the restaurant stand in the JIoh (on and Albany ltailroad depot, told her that ho knew of no house in the place to rent; and she then bought a ticket for Albany, bidding him address her in Troy if he heard of any favorable opportunity. Mr. Jilnke soon wrote, and Mrs. Slone re appeared in Chatham early in April, and negotiated with Mr. Frank J. Chihls for the lease of the I'ark House, a wide, open, old-fashioned, gable-roofed house, in the centre of the village, at the foot of a lofty mountain. She promised...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 May 1875

THiDKMOCBATlMhitulhlicJto salwcrlbere atl'i l.r year, 1 for six months; liny centa lor Uireo monUiH, Invariably lu advance. CouiiiwifiNDKNOK, containing Itniwrtant new,i willclU'd from all (HirUs of the county. Writer same and addns required on every oommunlca tslon as a prlvftU- KUunnitoo of good faith. Business Cards one dollar nor line per year. No mrd liiKurUl for lew Uiais Uireo dullara or year. HukIiipsh Notice lii IUhii columns on fifth iwv Inserted for ten cent ler line caeh Insertion. If iiu-erted tn reading ''. '"""' (!C1,t" 1K'r ,lno No notice will be Inserted for loss tban (irty ccntfl. Yearly advertisers allowed tho privilege of changing Uiulr advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. A dv kktihkm c.nth, to Insure Insertion, must be sanded In by Wednesday noon. Hates of advertising furnished ou application. Address ail oouimntilcallons to A McGREGOR & SON. Canton,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 May 1875

Businss Items. Coroprcmod Yeast at the Eagle Block Drug Store. Men's fine Calf Alexis Ties for $4.00, at Hutt & Shanafelt'8. FonRRNT.-Partor ahouso to a small family. Addron V. 0. Box 61. HARDWARE, CHEAP HARDWARE. Wborot At W. II. Essig & Son's, as they are 'on kand again with a complete stock of new goods for the spring trade. All persons will do well by ailing to examlno their choice selections, and where you can sco for sale the celebrated Key otons Corn Plantkb, which Is socond to none for food umk. Don't forget the place. W. H. Essio & 8oN, apr2-w4. Publlo Square, Canton, 0. FIRST CLASS DWELLING FOR SALE, A good stoiy and a-half frame house, containing four rooms. Terms easy. No, 91, Cherry street, Wow railroad. Ifeblltf Yo who listen with credulity to the whispers of fancy and bow obsequiously to the adulations of the demon of intemperance, hearneii unto the tound of tho cool, sparkling soaa ater aim own ..umWniMr null comes hlsslnii from the beautiful marblo fount...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 May 1875

Select Story. WHO MURDERED HIM. Two gentlemen sat itippiiiR Hieir wine after dinner, unci talking i" Ue leisurely, disconnected way whii lt, tiuiiitliur with their attitutlcH, showed that they both were takinir mental an well us bodily rest nfter the labors of the day. They were representatives of two of the learned 1 rofeHsions, each n man of mark in his culling, the one tall, strongly hunt, with a massive head and u thoughtful and be nevolent aspect ; the other nmc.li smaller, wiry, agile, with keen, marked features- n man evidently profound as well as as tute, and though not handsome, one cal culated to arrest attention, wherever en countered. The first was a distinguished physi chin, the other an equally distinguished lawyer. The physician's investigation and testimony as an expert had been arduous, and luither was averse to the rest and quietude which the close of the trial made possible to them. They were, and hud long been win in personal friends, and were now dining together...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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