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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 June 1875

Select Story. Select Story. FRENCH DETECTIVE'S STORY. I was Ktfttinx at tlie Hotel Wiiidnor i he Ruir-chi ltivh; Paris. " I i1liinnaili"ilAi( n : rmliwaiin nii.f(ili)uil'iioii to liijuiiiiin 1 cigar by mine. I saw at a glance that he was a Frenclimuu, although his KukIikIi wan nearly jmrf'ect. "Have you hoard tho newu?" ho in quired. "No." "la it powiblo ? Why all PariHis alive with it at thin moment." "What has happened?" "The Countess do Marville, the fairest of the fuir, was found murdered in her . lied Inst nittht, her bureau broken open, and ten thousand francs nushing from it, Ah, it was terrible! There were marks of fingers on her throat; the bruto who did the deed effected hisentranee through tho window of her chamber, .'near which unfortunately wus a tree, planted years two by the grandfather ot tho countess, Little did he illumine the terrible use that would be made of it." "TIiih is bad news: How any!1 man jld murder a woman thuin more than onn imagine." ' "Ah, monsieur, ...

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. — 17 June 1875

kt SUtarh otmfg Jtnwtrxt, mimt, Q!(w, fflkmsdzg, Jjttqe 17, 1$7$. Tk k Dxmocrat U furnUhed to nbnertber t tl 1t yean II for nil montbs i ,il(lr .centt lor throe wnlbK, InvHrlnblj lit tdvtncc. Cxuikwu-ondknc, containing Important ncw.i altciuxl from all part of Uie comity. Writer iuM ud adilreu required on every eommuulca lotiil private guarantee of good (Will. flwinewi Tanl one dollar per line per year. No rTi inwrtH for lens tlian three dollar per year. n.utiuuaKiiili'cain Item oolunini on fifth page, wrtei for ten Pent per ne each Insertion. II atwrted in reading matter, twenty eenm per line. o aotlee will be inserted for lew Uau fifty cent. Yearly ailvertiaer allowed the privilege of c banginK their advertisement quarterly. Poufilo coluuin adverttaemenU 25 per cel. ad iif.nnal. A I) transient advertisement must tcacfompa- wd with the cash. Advkrtimkmknt, to Insure Insertion, mvd tie landed In by Wednenluy noon. Httn of advertising furuiiheil on application A'ldres all Oimimiiulcf...

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. — 17 June 1875

s Business Items. MKSTO, CUANOKI A tall and superior stock of Gents' Buinracr Vcwrmti ha just been received by A. Kilt & ( v , and will be olosed out at rare bargain. Thcie are the mom desirable goods to be found anywhere and U who would realise what comfort Is.ahould iipjMheniolTesljnniedlaely. Call early. - SCHVSM & BVTK1 , lUi dmnetUc tow that occurred In the Vint wutl (he other diiy, h started by the woman of tte howe because her lord refused to buy her ehooiiatL.A. Bloomfleld's. After It was aU over he wit up and Invented as "ho desired, and now be ii the happiest inan In Canton. KveryUilng in iho boot and shoe Hue cheaper than ever, can be purchased at 18 Houtta Market street. SKW riKMI NKWQOOVM Miwra, Klohr & Krumlauf are doing a lame l.iujnes In their quartern on Uio Public Square. They deal largely in general Groceries, Provisions, Vegetables, &c., alio will be found always ready to give satisfactory attenllun to customer. Bond Butter always on hand an a spe...

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. — 17 June 1875

i ht ginrh ,otmiQ tmomt, &milm, (gfin, lmtsdiin, jtrne 17, 187$. Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. HOW A CARAVAN, CIRCUS AND MENAGERLE WINTERED IN CALIFORNIA. Mr..,lont);oij)t'ry Queen,., who made , the tour of California, watt bo favorably impressed with the Pad(lcSloH,tliat ho, taut fall! Wineluded to Winter with us his groat' Cartwan, Circus and Menagerie. Jio., country in tho world, but ours, .can 'offer such a delightful Winter climato. . Think of it, a country wherO roHes bloom perpetually, and where fruit and vegeta bles are never out of aeanon. Then can we wonder that Mr. Queen preferred California, whose Winters are never col iIim- than the month of June in the Mid dlo Suites, U) the "bannana ione" of New York or Chicago, where, wo read of the thermometer modestly dropping mm fnrtv-five fl hovo to twenty-six de gree! below zero in twenty-four hours. Mr. Queen was not long in discovering that Haywood's which overlooks tho flay and is so conveniently near to tho city of Ban F...

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. — 17 June 1875

V, Variety. PENCIL AND SCISSORS. Quite likely : Somebody says that Wchrotto roak the best baby-jumpers. Tailors policemen And whitcwashcrsy tU themselves "artists" in Milwaukee. Why are jokes like nuts? Because the drier they arc the better ihcy crack'. Why is a ketile tied to a dog's tail like death ? Because it is bound to occur. Storekeepers in the villages of North ern Wisconsin are using grasshoppers' wings for awning9. A drunkard is generally a bad arguer; ir the oftencr he comes to the "pint' , tin more incoherent he is. .' It is an extraordinary fact that when people come to what is commonly called high words they generally use low lan juage. It Is impossib'ethatan ill-natured man can have a public spirit; for how should he love ten thousand men who nover loved one? l ( '' V "'i A benevolent man is a happy man; he cannot be otherwise, for it is a universal law of nature to be made happy by mak ing others so. ' ' ' 1 At times it needs only a few cold drops of cold words to ma...

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. — 17 June 1875

Local News. On police fore has beca RayseJ. SWAWBWUiiirt are coming In. Myuml tuyutnl t Tm Dunbar Honks have purchased llic Alli ance Sporting Truck. L. A. Jack hon, of the 0. A. Band, with a comet, lads U singing In the Kimt M. K. Hunday School. All who desire to have yards or lawna mowed, should call on Uus Vlgnos. Pbthr Cbnko, of the Upper Sandusky Republi can, km in town last Sunday. On UM Sunday evening, M rs. Rtough was throw u horn a bum on South Market street, aud three of ber ribs were broken. A ca'rrugk belonging to Nate Doll's livery, was wrecked on East TuccarawaB street last Sunday fee borne tailing fright at the ringing of Uie Her brucK Church bell. Tbic sporting truck mnla rage in Canton. We have two companies of grown up members, one active company of little Uus, and seven more In frantic efforts of organization. Thksk new tuxn-up-on-one-aldo hats worn by the ladles tills summer, look like a mixed up flower garden on a hill tide. Havb a penstock ? What is a penstock ...

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. — 24 June 1875

f .1 "J I ! JjMtil? 'II jn 1 n m 11'!-'. i. ft .ll llfflB:f' ; .tWXiW '.FB' .-r i s i. a ii v wrzt mm k mm mm aim m- 'i ? -L C I K 1 I 11 Ii II II U INI VII I 1 11 R II ff Hfl ftl II IN A. FI I f-y 1 Jill Hyl l Jlv ftytv 4q::J:.....-...,.; : ,. ;:L..;:..:;:h.iJ:J....... VOC 42. NO 3) CANTON, Oil 1 0,1 J UN Ii 21, 1875, ,1 McGREGOR & SON, huonshers A DaotA. friend has our 'thanks for late copies of tbo Yankton Daily l'rc and ZtoJtofawn.: ' '"'. . ' Democratic Ratifications will now be in order, and, in due course of time, Allen and Cary Democratic clubs. The great miners' strike in the Lehigh Valley pf Pennsylvania has ended by an unconditional surrender. The Sheriff of Clinton county offers one hundred dollars for the arrest of J. (f. Van Pelt, of crusade notoriety. He is charged with arson, The Democrats of Ohio celebrated the Centennial of Bunker Hill at Columbus last Thursday, and nominated "Old Bill Allen," S. F. Cary and other good men. Hon. Riws P. Spalding, of Cleve land,...

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. — 24 June 1875

OHIO DEMOCRACY! A ROUSING CONVENTION! Columbus full of Democracy mocracy "RISE UP WILLIAM ALLEN" A Splendid Ticket and Victory ALLEN CARY AND GOOD MEN ALL THROUGH. A Platform full of Good Points. A Platform full of Good Points. READ THE GLORIOUS PROCEEDINGS. COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 17. To-dnv hit marked a p.7f;' ii the an nr.ianf tin. Ohio I icninrritrv t lisit tiniiTnii not noon etliitv. iNovtirin the hintory of the Htnto Im there Icon known to Ih Knrh a poliiirtil (rat lierinjr of any pnr'y. Never in tlie (-xinlfiit-e of the Ohio De mocracy have ninny of the rank and tile met. in ronncil, sutliomtiphly imhiieil with a iiiapnanimoiiK fjiirit of eoncension KOh'-pefiil of victory, bo w ide owukh to the, dutiex oftlut hour and ho ileteriiiined to win. The Convention were compound of Hterlinjr men, fanners from the plow, mechanics irom the shops, jirnfiwionnl men from their hooks, and a class of men who, for lonu years have lived uparl from politics, deserted their retreats and came up to...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 June 1875

f QcmtinuHifnmiicond j zen of Ross County as thcur stumferiT bearer in the then approaching Ciubcr natorial cortcit. With a unanimity tin . paralleled in the history of Conventions, this man. who lone vars before having filled thl,mahfre m Jim'onorable' jnj-1 hrtrhc, vasallol ii5on uV'u- iveit irul.ly ,, tis,kadershk) in V thl pai and iIn'oCI, rt ttrounftf WolfrvM the sSilnf mons, not from any desire upon his part to again enter the political arena, but be cause he was impelled to do so by a strong sense of duty such as only a true patriot can feel. How well he accom plished the work assigned him has pass ed into history. Assured of his own success from the hour of his nomination, for he had never known defeat in a con test for popular favor, he revived the hopes of his party friends, restored con- inaanwiin(tliBr(iisoruereu ranns, anu o t" - i i... 1 . t . it ure,spWeranr ffiWfuM-d VlikMif private and public lite, gave tlie hrst check to Radicalism, broke its bold and aggressive sp...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 June 1875

fmrt lctfH' T Is rnrnlnhext to .ibrllcw nt'K per yuan SI fur hK uutiillib; llfty irnw lor three months, inviirlalily In aikuni. CoHKi.-i'uMirNCK, i'uumliiliig impi-rlrtiH iii-w.k UcUil rri.ui.all irs uf lio comity. Writer ame ami HcMrc n-iniiriwl on every I'lnnmiiiiloat Sm an prlvntogimnuiUT of unoil faith. ; Buiim Curtis one (li.llitr per lino n-r year. No eard in-erteil fur less tlwn (Imr ilollnre pur ycnr. Biwiiit'Mi Nirtlri in Item coltuniiN on llftli pane, netted for ten cent per line caeli liiM'rtlon, 1 mertcd In remlliw matter, twenty rents per lino, ' No nolle vt 111 bo iin-erted for lesn thai) titty cents, Yearly a.kertNers allowed the privilege of efetuxliiK tliolr KilverllKments quarterly. Iloiitlo coluiiiii advertisements 2ft percent, ad' ditlonal. AHtraiwieut lulvenlteuieiit mint lie aecomp' ied with tliccwb. Advkktiskmist. to liu-iire Insertion, mut be hnded In by Wednesday noon. 1 Hun of ddvertltlng fiirnUliedon application communications U A. MCgREGOR & SON. Cant...

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. — 24 June 1875

Business Items. Address Box 234. . , )fj. - - ; ' A scene i hand Book Case, t tiA iiwiiraiid lUnlnAWlon Sale of Krh Klsass,Casidlly new block, No.,I2Kast Tuscarawas street, on Saturday uxt (afternoon aud evening). Dry 0xds, Groceries, Clothing.' V and Shoes, Hati aud Caps' and everything needful lo human? 1ty. l.:n't fall to attcud. , , ! . sew aoowksw, hoods i OiMi'uAuy 'iaWgaiiWiew Wk of Kuohlngx, i. Tie,. Belt, Vtui, audall the latest novelties of tlwMn. Callaudsceat j - A n .V - ' ViNTKBH.aTKjni,1' . , i ..) liv. i v Ko l? pubUf. Hquuro, j ;. ' 'tit? ir:Ta. w-ef!''..J- An t'fMafit complete assortment of Gents' Bum'V Underwear Kl A'11'" ,u,atl,c thing- for the heated season. fc-s-i . v.V kAre chance r School, During vacation I will conduct a In which German and Eugltf U will be thoroughly taught, Tcnn open next Monday, June 28' h. Term Onodollar jicrrnoiifh, payable Inadvsnco. ' F. Gulf, Got mau Tesnber. Ope yourears and listen I Do you want to know tfio cheapest p'laco la town t...

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. — 24 June 1875

Poetry. Poetry. THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL. Poetry. THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL. MEMORIAL POEM BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Th following poom. by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holinoa. la taken from Uie ""nicer Hill Memorial, an admirably attractive, lllutrld brochure, la- Jainea K. Ogood & Co., of Bottoii. STORY OF BUNKER HILL BATTLE AS SHE SAW IT FROM THE BELFRY. Wlrrfnf tTHng nc lumember i -f .' ' I All the achinga and the quaking of "the tlniea that tried men'a anula ;" Wbeu I talk of H-'1? and TVy, when I tell U u.J(U May,'. : ' ,j ' ' ' To yon tthrwonli are (who, but to nto they're burning ooala. , , , , 1 bad beard the muaketa' nulla of the April run ning battle: -i - ' Lord Prrcy'a nuutod Midler, I can aoe their red " oo&taaUll: But a deadly chill come o'er me aa Uie day looms . nn before me. When a thousand r en lay Veedln on tho alopea or jiunaera uni. , Tvae a pemicful Summer'! morning, when the 8rt ' thing cave ua warning Wa, the booming of the cauuoti from,, the river and the ah...

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. — 24 June 1875

Continued from tizih page. Ik sentiment, lihe revives I Her certifl .Mies recently selling at 27, leaped it once fo 32, wd wo H now. Ilor ten per centH selling t 38 co after the notioif of Con gre8awMtnd are now 77.g'Untf 100 jer cent. Under Deraocrutltf rule. ' Time and attain have I shown the losaea to rtie Btmlh, and conaequently to the North for we are nit i!i terJuK'ndent for mar ket and Dianufiicturert -by 'thq glides of hate pursued towurd one secUon, by the Reprtblicjins in widut ' of Congresrf. Look at the jroentage of our Soutlitrn iucreawe from 18.30 to 1800; and then the .letreane from 1800 to 1870 in ceri'ttlH; cot-" ton, toUuwo, atrcnKe.am! all. There wiw --ooropRring 18i0 with 1870 a lotw of 45 lroentl Ooiuimring one year what the other ought, to have ben the low in $U)0 OOOiOO. ( Tliecu are not' coiieuenee of the wr;forI take the year 1870 with 1860. terlidioua bad bankrupt azonciea tmvebwn at work and upheld by the bavonet. A , ff one could gueaa that the war -wbuld...

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. — 24 June 1875

NAVARRE CORRESPONDENCE. Application m been umJo to the roBtofflce Department for entiibliMhintr a mail route; between the Station ami thin tow. i v i ' : ' " The upper pnrt of town is to have two dry goodn "tore. Mr. K. 1'. Mealier will occupy the roan owued by (iriiMbkliiiw A lUckipker' and (W. Crow the Kslep The old brick church w under repair, which is needed very much. The Union School gave an entertain ment on the evening of the 11th inst. The programme conmsted of mimic, dramas, declamation, Ac. They had an nntMa(ativA iLinliMiicA. and the Durforro." unofiH were rendered in eood style. The entertainment was gotten up and man aeed by rrof. Ellis, and was a nucccw. MIR, OI.U1U miciiBBirr uuuno, make it a specialty to have on hand . V t - - -J i - kIAnlA vrViA sirawoernea ana iuu i-reun. p young folks of Canton and Mawillon take advantage of this and visit the Kocheater House every week, on Saturday or Suii' day evenings. ... Miaa Mini lAoa VioJl nroumzMl a Sink ing cUhb in thin ...

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 July 1875

VOL. 42. NO. 4. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 1, 1875. 1. MeGREGOR & SON, huoushers The Democrat. Three murderers were hanged Fri day, Gordon and Wagner in Thomas ton, Me., and Gostelly, at Dedham, Mass. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weber of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has authori ty to show any of our friends who may desire. That stolen 55147,500 has not been re covered and what is worse no clue to it yet. It was taken during business hours with Treasury officials all about, six clerks present. If such things had not occurred before at Washington one might wonder. The party in power now and for year. past flooded the country with greenback currency, and then saddled on the peo pie the National banks of which there are at this time 2,ooo in existence. Now the question with us is, where the neces' sity for both ? Will some Grant journal inform us? Comly, in his Grant P. O. organ at Col...

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. — 1 July 1875

Poetry. FARMER JOHN. Home from hlsjourney Farmor Juhii Arrived tills morning safe and sound, Ills tilar.K cost oil'; and his old clothes on, "Now I'm myself!" Buys Farmer John; And lie thinks, "I'll look around." , Vp ltai Hie doR : "tint down, you pup I Are you so glad you would cat me up ? The old cow lows at the gate to greet him: The horn's prick up their cars to meet him; "Well, well, old Bay I . Ha, ha, old Gray I Do y ou get good feud when I am away ? , "You have not a rib !" fays Farmer John; The cattle are lnoKlug round and slecK; The colt la going to be a roan, And a beauty, too, how he has grown ! We'll wean the calf next week." lays Tanner John, "When I've been off, To call you again about the trough, And watch yon, and pet you, while you drluk, If a greater comfort than you can thluK I" And he pats old Hay, And he slaps old Gray; "Ah, this is the comfort of going away I" "For after all," saya Farmer John, "The be6t of a journey is getting homo. I've sii great sights hut...

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 July 1875

Poetry. CAPTURE OF BURGOYNE. The following curious satirical eftlislon mi written Mid published shortly after the event It re latoito: , :; , Here followeth the direful fate Of Burgovne and bin army Brest, Whoso p'roudlydtd display The terrors of despotic away. ' 11U power and pride and many threat Have been brought low by fortunate Gates. To bend to tho United uiau. , British prisoners by Convention, Foreigners by Contra-veutloii, Tories tent across the Lane, Burgoyne and his suite, lu state, Hick and wounded, bruised and pounded, Ne'er so much before confounded, J Prisonors of war before Convention, 2 42 2,111 1,110 12 628 400 Poserterscome wiui m u" They lost at Bennington's great battle tie. i 1,220 Where Slam's glorious anna did rattle COO Taken by brave Brown.sonie drunk some sobcr,413 Knuuah todrowd Urge plfttw U ovel; . AndtJiose Shorn grhu deaUi did provent From nghtlugagaliistour Continent; And also those who stole away, Jost they down their arms should lay, 4,413 Abnorrln...

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 July 1875

Thi Democrat t fumUhed to mbserlberi at 12 per year; $1 for nix months ; fifty cent for three montha, Invariably In advance. CoRRflFONnKNcR, containing Important new,! solicited from all part of the county. Writer name and addrem required on every communlca Ion aa a private guarantee of good faith. Busliiene Cards one dollar per line por year. No - card Inserted for lew than three dollars r. Jr year. Business Notices In Item columns on fifth page, asorted for ten cent por line each lusertlon. If inserted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. Ho notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Ohanging their advertisements quarterly. Doable column advertlsemenU 24 per cent, ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisement! must be aooompa Med -with the cash. Avtbhtiskmintr, to Insure insertion, must be banded In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnlsheU on application Address all communications to a. McGregor a son, Canton, Ohio. he ...

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. — 1 July 1875

Business Items. JUST THE THING ! A large and desirable line of gent's iummer un derwear at satisfactory bargains, at A. Kltt A Co'B. Call and see them. HOLD! Largest stock of fans and parasols In the city at lowest prices, at G. A. Wintebhalter's. . FOUND I Near the West Creek, on Saturday afternoon last, a water-proof cape with hood attached, Call at this office. Fimar cigars, at cheapest prices at W. W. Dun-ean's. , JUST mi , Honry Myers has Just received by express a large lot of those cool and comfortable Japanese and linen bats, which will be closed out at remarkably low figures. Call and examine them, Eagle bloclc. You will find Just what you want. REMEMBER! Erb & Elsaa have opened an elegant branch store in the new Casstlly Block, East Tuscarawas street Call and see their large and miscellaneous stock of goods, and don't forget the cheap auction sales on this (Thursday) evening, and on Saturday afternoon and evening. Rare bargains offered. "TWAS EVER THUS." Once again, an...

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 July 1875

Poetry. TO A JUG OF RUM. Thl. address to a JugTflturo m flrst published in 1816. It Is as aplicahle now " wneu 11 flrsl 'P" reared; 1 1 "Here.onlybyacorfcontrol'd, , And alcnder wall of earlheu mould, InaU.Uiepompof dcalli, wpoe ,, ; Tne seeds of many a bloody nose; , , , The chattering tongue, the horrid oath, , Tfc-a fist for lighting nothing loth; The passion which no word can tame; The nose carbuncled, glowing red, The Moated eye, the broken head: ' "' " ' The tree that bean the' deadly fruit ' ' Or mnrder, maiming, and dispute. " '' ' j Aalt that Innocence asiall"; ' "' '! ,'. "L U Thelmajci'o gloomy kill; , The giddy thought on mischief bent;' The midnight hour In riot spent; All these within tie Jng appear, . , And Jack, the hangman, in, the rear. Miscellaneous. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. CLOSE OF THE COLLEGE YEAR— CLOSE OF THE COLLEGE YEAR— ADDRESS BY REV. A. D. MAYO, OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS. OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS. [From the Ohio State Journal, June 28d.] Tho buildings of the Ohio Ag...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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