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

Miscellaneous. Important Decision. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS —SUPREME COURT DECISION —GENERAL DOCKET. . 4r I, r. We give herewith the text of the le .union toufhing Building and Loun Asso ciations, o taken from the general docket of the Supreme Court of this State : SUPREME COURT—GENERAL DOCKET. May 18. 1875. No. 5D7. The .Forest City United Land and Building Association vs. Ferrell E. Gallagher ot ul. Krror to the Suixirior Court of Cleveland. WntTi J.-Hel(l: i- i 1. The act of February 21,1857, author, iiiing building and loan associations to be mme incorporated, as provided in cer tain sections of the "act to provide for the creation and regulation of incorpor ated companies," passed May 1, 18.r2, has rcferencH to the sections named which were then in force, and not to the orig inal sections which had been repealed, i 2. The sections in the act of IS52 are Veferred to as prescribing the course to be pursued by persons desiring to become ii,.tmni-iitil fur IliA nnrniiKe (if a...

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. — 3 June 1875

TmDfhocbat Iji mraW1 to ulwerltwre ttR tcr ynr, 11 for 'nil month; fllti cenU tot threw tBonUiiMnvftrfibljln i.Unre. Ommmfondknwi, containing Important new, olidted from tU partu of the county. Wrltcm mum end ldro required on erery commuulc la t private giurtnte of food f'Uu BoilnCm one dollar per Hue per yr. No wutf lnMrtol foe U than thtvedollan per year. Bwrinen Notk In Item column on fifth page, wnr'cd for ten cenOt per line each Insertion. If Mated In reading matter, twenty eenU pet line, aotioe will be liuerted tor lea than a fly cent. Tearly advorUwre allowed the prlTllege of 1aaelug their advertisement qiurteKy. Doable ooluma idtrerttoemaoU 8 per peat ad- ABtranident id-tiiiirt moat beaocotnpa- ted with the c. ArtrjmumKKrs, to Inaure Iruertkm, mttd be kanded in by Wedueaday noon. Katea of advertWng furntohed on pptkation. Mrtren all ooeunaiilcatlon to A. McORBOOR 4 SON, Canton, Ohio, he j(tmoqnt ESTABLISHED, A. D. I 833. A. McGREGOR, Editor. TEN PAGES. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS....

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. — 3 June 1875

Business Items. Au, the new styles In hats are being dally reeled 0. A. Wintrriii.tkr's, i No. IT Public 8quro. ISDOTSOAt Kotwitrntandlng Iho contradictory statements tbatart appearing In reference to Gen. Pherman's Memoirs. U A Bloomflold continue to sell boots and tboet u low never, it 28 South Mara el street. All in wint of any articles In hU line, are respect .fairy Invited to Mil and examine hi) goods nd prices, before Investing, They will certainly And It to their Interest to do so, as be Is felling flue food M-numabiy cheap. . BTMJLWQOODB. A.KHt Oo. have on hand a Urge ind decant atoe of the flneet straw goods for summer wear wtcleM be purefaiaed cheap. Hats and caps In all ft latest styles. Call aud we them, and aecure bargataM. t ' - xxwt M( A Son are offering; a new lot or drew goods t&eajt, All Tarietlea and atylea of the very latent, Which will be sold at satisfactory prices. Call at their store in Uie Caasllly Bloc" and examine tkrsix goods. STOP I Young man, before...

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

Poetry. THE TREADMILL SONG. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Tk tiara are rolling In the say, The earth rolls on below, Apd we can feel the rattling wheel Revolving a we go. Then tread away, my gallant boys. And make the axle My; ahouUl not wheels go round about, ( JJae planets in Uie sky IT Wake up. wake up. my duca-lcgged man, ., And Mir ynurswlld peck I v ; ,,, : Arouse, amuse, my gawk y friend I And shake your spider legs t What though ymi reawkward at the trade, Thcie'stlnie-enough to learn, Bo lean upon lliu rait, my lad, ' 1 , - And take auother turn, s - i ftioy've built us up a noble wall; To keep the vulgar nut; r We've nothing In the world to do, Hut Just lo walk about; ' ' io fester, now, you middlemen, ' Ar.d try to bent the ends, It's pleasant work to ramble round r " i Among one's honest friends. Here, tread upon the long man's tnus, He shan't be lazy here, And punch the little fellow' ribs, And twcaK tliat lubber's ear, He'a lost them both. don't pull his hair, ' Because he...

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. — 3 June 1875

Variety. PARAGRAPHS OF ALL SORTS. Tue most diillcult tiling to remember tho poor. TuoHtit. Springs of Arkansas are fifty f iur in number. Ah you cannot avoid your own' company, make it as good an possible. Theentute oftbeluto J dm Harper, of I larper Bros., counts up $4,000,001). A flon of Senator Andrew Johnson lias become nn editor in Greenville, Tenu. The Marchioness of Queensbiiry.a ship recently undergoing repairs in New York, wu8 built iu 1824. . A Philadelphia man belongs to fifty tli roe secret societies, and is consequently In procession most of his time. A Boston kook-keoper's silver wed ding was made thoroughly happy by a present of 200 silver half dollars. A case which orig nally involved $1 60 has been pending in the Dayton, Ohio, -ourt for the last fifteen years. , It is said that the Japanese are about to establish- a lind of steamers between Sua Francisco and a Japanese port. A man Las read tbe Lancaster (Pa.) IMtigencer ever since 1827, and pays for itlnow out of a ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 June 1875

. -- ') ,,. t-- ; ', .. V.. '? jiff. W i , l fti, P A--:v- yf'rfCr?:;?7 .yf 'v-- ;- v x ... . v . . . j . v ..-. r i ---- PEERLESS SELF-RAKING REAPER, IM-A-DE BIT, C. RUSSELL & CO., CANTON, OHIO. SOLD EXCLXTSIYLEY ON vITS : MERIT. The Farmers of Stark County are invited to call at the Works and inspect it, or send for Descriptive Circulars. The World's Great Object Teacher's Culminating Triumph. mmP. T. Barnum's Great Traveline World's Fairm l''WWHU,Nil . 7 dw 5J Museum, Menagerie, Caravan Circus and Colossal Exposition of All Nations! CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE i6TH,i87 What Steam., Electricity and One Million Dollars have Accomplished. In originating, organliln?, nnd pfrfectlng what 1 nn&nlniuusly prunounced Ly the Press 1 he World's Show, And the only Exhltlon In A merle recognized and ap proved by the Helminun lase and dally witnew.'d by eminent clergymen and teachers. Returning more than 1'KN T1HKH THE PRICE OP ADMISSION a single ticket, lonly N) centH) admit ting to...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 June 1875

The Democrat. . Tub Kentucky election comes next, August and. The British. Arctic expedition, Alert and Discoveryl sailed from Portsmouth on the 30th. IfORTT eight victims , of, the Holyoke disaster were buried on' the 29th. ' The procession was over a 'mile long. THE Cleveland Republicans last Sat urday repudiated, third term and declar ed tihe agitation of trW liquor question 'a jninlak7'. l '!'.' 1 . . Toledo Republicans also endorsed Grant's Administration, but declared against third term. The Republican Convention of Penn sylvania last week, renominated Gover IroHartranftby acclamation. ( j'. .1 ! HUGH ' J. JeweTt was appointed re ceiver of the Erie Railroad last week, and filed bonds in the sum of 5500,000. 1 ; Grant's third term letter will be ound in this paper. It is evident "Bar kis iswillin'." Mr. William Bonnell, of the firm pf Browen,. Bonnell. ife ,Co. died last wdek at Youngbtowfi. His age was 54. Tne funeral was largely, attended.'1 Memorial Day was quite generally o...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 June 1875

TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO. DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS. COLUMBUS, O., May 6th, 1875. Tv the litmotTM-y of Ohio: At mM(lu of the lKfiu.uttc State Central Committee, held this duy, ti was tins Democratic Stale Contention al " House ill Columbus, on Thursday, June 17, 1875. At 11 o'clock a x forth purpose of nominating &&dM to be vo U for in Sc0.k ue.oay of OctuUr neit, lor the fuliuwtu state tiUci. Iwwlt: liovernor; Lieutenant Governor; Attorney General ; One Supreme Jude; Auditor; Treasurer, and t, One Member of Board of Public W oiks. The ratio of representation In the Convention 'wi l b a follow: One delegate lor each count). TnJ In addition thereto one delegate for e e I ihIkJ vote and one lor every fraction of two S n rid and lllty and upwards, cast at the Ken Mi7.."B74 Iot William Bell. Jr.. for -JSi7 of "late, under which ai,.rUiii.ij-.t ho ve7al eountie will be entitled to the following number of delegate : ....10 Pi n fl 6 1 4 4 . ...10 4 n 3 5 fl 4 ..... ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

,f 'JW ....... 7 7,'V t' '!" ' jtt.',' . r A 5 i '.! I A 1 A: tun "-:-.--K"iF VOL. 42. NO. 1. CANTON, OHIO, JUNE 10, 1875. a. McGregor & son, hiousn mwmm The Democrat. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The new postal law requires the pre payment of postage on newspapers that are sent beyond the limits of the county in which they are printed. To relieve ur friends at a distance from all trouble In the matter, we shall pay the postage n the Democrat without incrtasing the subscription price. This will necessi tate prompt remittance of the subscrip tion price on the part of our friends where they wish to continue the DEMOCRAT.oth erwise the paper will be invariably dis continued ot the expiration of the time. "Wey may be sent by post office order r draft, or registered at our risk. A. McGREGOR & SON. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Ponmant to order of the Democratic Central Committee.a Convention will be keld in Canton on the 12th inst., for tho purpoBeof taking steps to have the De mocracy ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

Poetry. THE BURNING PRAIRIE. Tlif prairie streMied smooth u a Uuor. ( u An uu-h the eye could ce. ' ' Jliid tln-wltlcr wit St III chWii door, With bis little girt on hi suet' : ttrivlm:i'J letters to repeal. ' ' And jullii her iron over lier Owl. -. Tuxe a wriiivled bill not old, Fortie an upright form, A ndllVri.ii t sleoviw Hack K eK' fN1' Thev showed brawny arm. Was A pulr if shoes, uraeked d burned. A do il)i liii ln'il betwixt hln paws, Lavlailly d'l:inear, ., , , Sow and U.-ti snupp'i'f b-'slar black Jaws At the tly that lns1 t l"a'j A ud near wa Hie '" Pen. I""'1" of And a U-m-li Hint held two milking pail In the oprn door " 1,1 y,kc '' Tin- mother's old redoubt, Tii keep the HtlU' out. l h,'r PKF On UietliHir, from I'alliwrout; While flu- swept the hearth with a turkey wing, And Blled lu-r teakettle at lliosprliig. The link" girl on her f!)ii-r' knee. With eye so bright and bine, From I, K. to X. V, Z HadMiidh.'rli-Hwintliroiich: V hen a wind nunc ovi r the tmiir e land, And...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

7 Poetry. MY GRANDMOTHER'S TABLE. There'i ft lime honored Mibjoet, thal'i partly retired And "half pay" fur a number of yean, Ke on Yfhlch at Its llrst advent, wan greatly admired , A aolld utensil and fieo fmuivencers. ' ' ItflrHl found a home ti anne-story dwelling, r Where Virtue and Faith were the leMWiit In ' ' "tilled, i ., i yt here Iloj.e drew tin) picture, bnjht future roro. ; r toiling, . . ,' , ";,,: 1 And PcaceandOontenlnHintahappy home till d, There stood the nice luble, the Ihreu-liggi'd table, My grandmother' Uible ofcirculur build. Ilelond notaloue, for the plain, high bucked settle, That cornered so neighborly up In Hie Jain, Theback-log .the crane, and tlie iiiKinn ii-a-huttlo, All real an Truth ami us distant Imm sham, The old-lashloued clock,' too, wan taking tlio measure , , , . ... Of Tlmo'a mold flitting In sushlne and storm: Willi) the apllnt-boUonied chairs, each a family treasure Knclrcled the lire-place, cozy and warm, With that black cherry table, that 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. — 10 June 1875

Th Democrat U funiishl to Mtwcrttxw at W per yr, W for l niuulhn; flfty couto lor throe Mntha, Invariably In advance.- ConHKHPONDKKCii, containing traortaut new elicited from all rt of llic comity. Wrltcm taauo and aiMrew required on every commuulca don M a private guarantee of Kf"xl rlth- Btmlnwii Card one dollar per line ir year. No sard inserted for low than three dollam per year. Bunlnw Notices In lu-in oolnimia on filth pane, ranted fur teu ewils ier line each Inwrtlon. If ertd in n ailing matter, twenty rents per lino. Vq notice will be Uwertcd for Una llian fifty ccntn. Yearly advertix-r allowed 111 privilege of hanging their advertU-ineni quarterly. Double column advertisements 28 per cent, ad itkimU. Alltranhlent advortlH'UicnW must bearcompa why with the cash. Advf.rtiskmknth, Ui Insure Insertion, mut tie ifcanded In by Wudneaday noon. Mafcw of advertlsir. fnrnihlied on application Addrcw all uummimlratlniiN to A. NcGREGOR & SON, Canton, Olio. The Democrat. ESTABLISHED...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

! Bte'Sfah omiU &wf, niton, ''0 BfittnS"' Business Items. 1100 Ufuo will be paid for any Information that will lead to the detection of the party or par ties that poisoned a letter dog, on my premises, on the nlgbt of the 7th Inst. Call on or address A, Puhney, Canton, Ohio. Ko pore Ice oream 10 cents; Ice cold Boda Wa ter B cent; a cup of good coffee or tea, 10 cent; cakes, good meal '.5 cents; strawberrrlca and meant U cents; pure sugar candy 16 cent, kisses IS cents, go to Hra. A. K. Smith's, southeast end of quart, NEW FEATURE. A now feature lu the educational Interests of Canton will be started lu the course of a few month, W U. H. Avery intends to organlto a primary achool for ainall children, which will be centrally located, and tuition will be low. This la something greatly needed In Canton, and we hope to oe the enterprise meet with success. ALL NEW. A. Kltt & Ob. have a new and complete stock of legaut neck wear, In all stylos tnu win piease purchasers. Also a Hue ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

Poetry. THE ORIGIN OF IRELAND. " Vlth due condescension, I'd call your attention ' to what I lm 1 1 mention of Kriii so green, AA vtlthout hesitation, I'll "how bow thai nation ( Became of ereaUuu, tlie gcin aud the queen. -''.- "Twos early one morning, without any warning, That Venus was born in the boautllul Suy, And hy the same token, and sue'twos provoking, Her pinions were soaking and wouldn't give ,1 . . play... ' i Id Neptune, who knew her, began to purmic her, In order to woo her the wieked old Jew And almost had caught her atop of the water , JrealJupitor'sdaughu-rl -wbichueverwoulddo. Bel Jove, the great Janlui, looked down and saw Vanua . And Neptune so heinous pursuing her wild, .And he spoke out iu thunder, he'd rend lilin as sunder ' And sure 'twas no wonder for lazing his child. A star that was flying had by him espying, lie caught with small trying, and down let It snap; II fell quick as winking on Neptune a sinking,'' Aud gave liiiu, I'm thinking, a bit of a rap. Th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

Variety. VARIETY. Recently, while a fruit dealer in Bloom inpton, III., wan impacting a box of fruit from the South, he discovered an im KieiiHO tantntiila lurting in the straw round a bunch of bananas. A man hanged himself in Paris in the jiroHenoe of his paralysed wife, who was unable to move or cry lor aw-Wance, and who was obfiired to witius the horrify ing sight of his deatli Ktrtigirlen. Tlie manufacture of caoutchouc from mil wood (atclcpias) has been underta ken by a company in Canada with'a capi tal of $100,000. 'The niilicy juice yields n-bout fi.ur per cent of caouu-houc. The effect of the new licence lnw in reniihylvania Iiuh been to clofe up quite a number of miihiI houses in each county. The high rate of license, and the bond required, aie the causes of this result. The gold of California was noticed by arly Spanish explorers, and was again discovered on the Colorado river, just a century since, in 1775, but attracted no attention till its re discovery in low), when th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

' WJfj.ff,l '"ft - - 'A -y---.v- y t . . -r.'" ' A Y-lf.s-.-r:" ' - .- ".r :' ''y i- -7 ;' .. '-j'iJ:-.- '".lrr'-: jrjjjr''' " - ;; - -1 - : v r ' ' ' v'A ----V" -L zi - v- ' w-i - - , -- - - " 1 -.;--.' aafiBlKiiSiHilsHiilK - j 'Mf- PEERLESS SE LF-R A K I N G RE A P ER, ' i : MADE BY 0. RUSSELL & CO., CANTON, OHIO. SOLD EXCJLUSIYLEY OM ITS MERITS. The Tarmers of Stark County are invited to call at the "Works and inspect it, or send for Descriptive Circulars. The World's Great Object Teacher's Culminating Triumph. T. Barnum's Great Traveling World's Fair, Museum, Menagerie, Caravan Circus and Colossal Exposition of All Nations! The Bararm Uniyersal Elation Coijaiy, Proprielors.P. T, Baronm, President; in Can?ass Colleges, Canopying Acres, will piteh its Mighty Metropolis of Twenty Centre Pole FaTilions at CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE i6TH,i87;, ; What Steam, Electricity and One Million Dollars have Accomplished. In orlKlnatlug, orKanlrlni;, and perfecting what Is unanimously pr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

GRANT'S LETTER. [Cincinnati Enquirer.] The Grant letter receives njiny. lwter pretationi The general imprewsion is,'' boweVer. that the great tnan Would "sac rifice" again if the country would drop Sown on its knees and beseech him. (r. .A small increase- of salary would U ,1 .!. 1 [Indianapolis Sentinel.] Tb Republicans will make a desperate eflbrt to construe the sphinx-like utter ance of their leader into a rtnonciation of his ainbition, but the most that own be said in their favor, stretching every syl lable till it cracks in the interpretation is that the letter leaves the third tenn issue where it wan a week ao. Politi cians may say of Grant's epistle as Byron did of Cplridire'u lectures texplaiidng metaphysics to jjie nation: j V "I wish toVlod lie would explain' his explanation." [Chicago Times.] may he regarded by his particular frieuds it is very evident that it will not satisfy any considerable portion of the people even Republicans. It is too equivocal in its language. ,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 June 1875

TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO. STATE CENTRAL ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., May 6th, 1875. fntht Veiiiiicwcitof Ohio: At ' mwitlug or the Democratic state t'eutraJ tht Damocratlc State CouvonUuu at U Opam iWu Ui Columbia, on Thursday, June 17, 1875. Ai 11 Vcloofc A, .i for the purpoa of nomlnstlnj aUdaiw to U voted forCVTlWSeoond Tuwy ofUcwbS out, fur Ui following Sua Odlcem, to wit; (.rbvernor; Lieutenant Governor; Attorney Geueral ; One Supreme Judge; Auditor; . . Treasurer, and One Member of Board of Public W orks . The ratlo'of representation In the Convention will be a follows : One delegate for each county, uid In addition thereto one delenate fur every live, hundred votes ud one for every fraction of two hundred and Bfty nd upward,, oa.st at the gen entl election of 1874 for ft Ullam Bell. Jr.. fui 8v Kury of Htate, under which apportionment he ieveralcoui.tle.wUl beenUUedto the fullowlii number of delegate : Allen J J-''-"" lu. AHhland LKn -.. J Ashiabula i I.'" Aihent Madmon.. AuglalM - R...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 June 1875

. mYftV XT Win J? 1 -- v r, f VOL 42. NO. 2. CANTON, OHIO, .JUNK IT, 1815. A. McGREGOR & SOU, hiuusners , tmoqnt The Presidential circus is now exhibi ting at Long llranch. . On Thursday of last week Governor Allen addressed the farmers of Licking county, at Newark. A votk for the Democratic ticket means a vote for economy and retrench ment. Thk Lieutenant Governor of Michigan w.is recently horse-whipped for paroxys mVy kissing another man's wife. Thk safe of the steamer Cumberland, sunk in 1862, by the rebel ram Virginia, was found and raised the other day, Kevkrdy Johnson pronouncesGrant's letter "idle conceit" based upon "egre gious vanity." He also thinks that the country isn't safe. News of a terrible earthquake in New Granada was received last Friday, six teen thousand persons are reported killed. The Cleveland Leader must have in tended a delicate bit of satire when it said that Tom Young never asked for an office. He has been known to hold two at once. The Republican pri...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 June 1875

Mtm w4 - , Poetry. A POEM for the Occusion by A McGregor of the Stark County Democrat, and read by the Author at the Annual Meeting of Ohio State Editorial Association, held at Columbus, June 3d and 4th, 1875. ARGUMENT. ImtrulmKirii -ttal.iwuntthe Virf's Crown - l.lauA ulitit immttmn Imagined-hjr Sruf h of an hniierUms ikmrter-thoidd IvUmUe hie txi.il N ninvirf-- UihaI is not got frvm t.rU "The Art JttMtwtirt" tht meant of Human tmifirmmt ond I1ruarn-1 hf. It 'i I'flfnd--Wd the ITe -IV Stmlent Author Mtronndei by Hht Hvokt-del Idea from Ue Ureal Hindi of taraur A.ies- llearcon uii the hjiUtrtng Ulna 4 the ITi't-nt Ihip-Hea the. Tmiud ol lfflw-7i kkrlTK Telegraph Shatveare James Hotf-tUtiun-Kiiouttdite it Pounr-Lanjiuagejhe Ureal JAuujM Railway -Adien I t yi or so ixo. It eiu. Ifcls Klilor arrangement. Warned for llieir port, one, now here, Just to prevent derangement c wondered somewhat, tlicy should uama film, attentat the time, Jtat, learned 'twas through a partial friend, Who hop...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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