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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

I, BANKS. FIRST MTIONAD BANK Canton, Ohio, No. I Eagle Block, Corner Public Square. CAPITAL, $100,000. BTJRPLU8,$80,000. Ctoli, Brer, GoTernment and Rail road Bonds Mt and slod. JtVY AND SELL DRAFT ON ALL PRINCl QIPAL CITIES IN THE U.S. Also lit , XNOLAND, FRANCE, IRELAND, . SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Ate. JBLL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUKOPE. , Farmers and others having Money fcr which they have no Immediate use, will do well to leave It here on deposit for wifely, and If left foradeQh ite time, Interest will bo allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U.S. All biialiHitM done on rwtsonnble terms. LEVI U MILLER, Cashier. t DiKMrrowi: . . C. AVUVVKH, LRWIH MILLER, JOttd F. RAY mum, ono. cook, jacok hlllkr, HawhB, H. ' 'J ' 1 1 ' O. J). HARTHR. ISAAC HARTBH, J Bank Block.Weet side Public Square, CANTON, OHIO. Ttxlt bank 1 doing a general J 'Exchange Deposit ' -AND- ' DISCOUNT BUSINESS. , Money Loaned. PR0MMI88ORY NOTES BOUGHT ISOLD, 8IHEK AD BANK All kinds of QoTUont Bonds and Rcyci...

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. — 9 September 1875

8 The Democrat. PENNSYLVANIA DEITSH. BREEF FUM SAMMY SCHNITZLER. DUNNER'SBARRICK, Sept. der 6t, '75. . M'ikI'T Drucbr: ' : ' 1 1 i ' i, Now is awer amohl 'n elirowb lose! Klilier lint gepilfii in iler Kiierricli, we tier alt Audmes Fry aln snwtit! Whit der dihfiiker hut slitae-kola g'fcluniHCH ? hut der Johnny llomberju'r a'snwt wo an nuuger een urn K'shlawgn M,,t- e SW1P is gekocht, der hutid is dote, der ilawdy i net dcrhame un de b'i am im gonial Es is ebbus letz uiit unser party. Eh gookt duddeneli, un ich wane nnniny wiisa tzu du derweasro. For nn loniry twit hen mer unser beshts gedu for de leit convuisa ts der urant un tier Hart ranftall right sin, awer we maner os nier . derfu shwetzt we maner os de leit uf de onner aide irane. un ich bin awtougs du- moralized un de Fanny lunch t mich ous! Now es is net derwaert, os mere longer denied 08 do republican prospects aw ' fongs orrick poorly Bin. Doh for a pawr dawg hob ich nocti gooty huffming g'hot, v un ich war goots moots. Awe...

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. — 16 September 1875

arl 1 .... " mmwmm VOL. 42. NO 15. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 16, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, tub takers The Democrat. Dime ass hetinG AT CANTON, , TUESDAY, SEPT. 28. AH h I, lUVVllt 1 VllUiVUVUI Ohio's favorite and accomplished Orator, will Address the People At Canton, Sept. , 28 Ob the Political Issues of the Day. COME, without distinction of Partv without reference to post political affini tywithout regard to party bondago or ring dictation. COME, as independent American eiti sens, anxious to give your influence to relieve our afflicted country, and restore honest and economical rule. COME with the big wagons, find bring the enure nousenoia arm an me neign bors. mMR for the nrrliitflcta of ruin have had their day, and it is time the people snouia combine to overmrow me uau men in power. COME, and hear FACTS and argu niAnto txiimnet-toncrued. ursine all good citizens to the rescue, and showing the need of reform and pure and honest administration 01 puonc auairs. DEMOCRATIC MEETING...

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. — 16 September 1875

OHIO CANVASS. Gov. Hendricks at Zanesville. HE EMPHATICALLY OPPOSES CONTRACTION. THE CRIME OF THE RADICAL RESUMPTION LAW. AN EARNEST EFFORT IN BEHALF OF GOV. ALLEN. ZANESVILLE, September 3. The Democracy of' Muskingum! county gave h lie'ai ty reception to the Governors . if , Ohio ami Indiana to-day. Guv. Hen drieks, in response- to tho invitation of the State Executive Committee to take p.trt in the Ohio campaign, has signified iiis willingness, and desires, in fact, to -make his first speech in this county, where lie was born, and where his early youth was spent, while Governor Allen hatt been a-signcd to make a speech here incompliance with a request at thevery outlet of tin 'campaign thai lie would laake Zanosvillo omi of his points for a t pcech. The streets were alive witli the i ri.i .Is thatgathored early in the day, HI. (I CVCI rylliin;; wore a holiday appear- lij, (('.. l-'lags were stretched aern the streets, houses were decorated, l).;uds of music were to he heard march ...

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. — 16 September 1875

GOVERNOR ALLEN SPEAKS. ftr Onvurnnr If Aniridia liml (Vin (faded, (Governor Allen took the stand and spoke eloquently for three-quarters of an hour. .Ilia ridicule of and retorts on the Republican rearm for thmr mu Matementa relative to LIm condition of health, ago and vitality, were much eh ioved. . lie. aaid he meaufc to show tht people he served that he was neither dead nor dying, and that he intonded livinir to see , the Government of the United States taken out of the hands of thieve and pat in possession of honest men. The main question now was me mealing in Waunington, ana not me rom of Home, or any man's religious predi lections. This evening Musio Hall was densely filled, gallery and all, notwithstanding the intense heat. Uiairman r .n. bouui ard Introduced General Gary, who ad dressed tho meeting tor two hours in n characteristic and inimitable manner, on the financial question chiefly, and also oo Catholic proscription and temperance prohibition, ui course ho hem me au di...

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. — 16 September 1875

Thi Democrat Is furnished 10 subscribers atti per yean II for six month ; fifty cents lor Uiree months, invartal)ly In advance., CoaaswONiiKNim, containing Important now, lollclted from all part of Uie county. Writers name and address required on cverT oommuulca Ion private guarantee of good IWth, Bnrtnew Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard Inserted for lit Uian throe dollars per year. Buiuww Notices In Item column on fifth page, nscrtedfor ten cents per line each Insertion. If mwrted lu reading niattei. twenty cent per i.no. No nolle will be inserted for less man nuy coma, Tdarly advertisers allowed the privilege changing their advertisement quarterly. of Double column advertisement 26 per oent. t. ad' ditional. All transient advertisements must beaccompa nled with the cash. . AnviRTiHRMKNTH, to liuur Insertion, mint b handed In by Wednesday noon. Bate of advertising furobmodon application Address all communications to A, McORKGOR SON, ' Canton, Ohio. he mwcrLnt ESTABLISHED,...

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. — 16 September 1875

Business Items. W. L. FOlLK, BUSINESS MANAGER PKNtfA, OHIO & W, VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, j I pirmBOKaH, pa., b bur only authorized Ageut to receive and so Uoit Advertisement for Uits paper. AU Fltta burgh advertisements to us muit oome through this agency, cr they Till receive no notice what- over. mt i JOSII BILLINGS SAYS: " If yon can't got fine shews and a goodedlca Hon, get the shewn." Tba fearful slaughter In prices of Boots and Shoes at the great Panic Sale, Opera House, oppo klto the Court House, enables every one to got both shoot and 'education.' . I Largest and best assortment of Boots and Shoes in Btark county. Prices 33 per cent leal than reg ular retail ratoa. Slock daily supplied from one of the largest Id Ohio. We say to all " Strike while the lion It hot." Now Is the time for bargains, W. L. PARRY, Agent. ll (FOR SALS OS TBA DR. : ' ' The tindorslgned wishes to sell his property near the Canton depot, and located on Tenth and Cher ry streets. This is a valuable pro...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 September 1875

Poetry. THE PROPHET OF STRASBOURG. THE PROPHET OF STRASBOURG. BY J. R. CLYMER, of the Bucyrus Forum. U Strasbourg Itm, washed 7 It rivat Khlue, " Tbore stood s man, fonr centuries ago, rniote mien itrted every passerby. TWM Outtenberg-nrst printer known to tame. And ITophet of th better time to conw, i ' HUm was noblt, and his bright, bine eyM Batmed raised above the leTel of the street tatbontful contemplation. Buddenly, is if by inspiration fired, nil face ' one like an angel's; foi a Eighty thought ' Hid birth that moment In bit fruitful fc) tu rn.. imt Um PrSiliiuJ JYfMf Tho future panned , lr his gase In solemn majesty. With prophet's eye he saw hU printing prow -KW Uim-al(ltd dupMeatea fAtupM, jmvreu, art and fancy. Blgut took words; And thui he spake: "Ita million tongues of sacred flame -Bballterrify thetyraut Wrong; ,n -... , lUmlUkm double-edgta swordi 1 Bball save tbe week and "lay the Wrong; it million torenes, bright with hope, Ulnme the moooleM, starless night; Id mill...

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. — 16 September 1875

BANKS. 101 -OF- Canton, Ohio, No. 1 Eagle Block, Cornor Public Square. CAPITAL, $100,000. 8URPLUS,$80,0O0. Gold, ilYcr, Government anil Rail road Bonis Wit anfl sloi, HUY AND" HELL DRAFTS ON ALL PRtNCl CIPAL CITIES IN TUB V. H. Aim IN ENGLAND, t' RANCH, I It ELAN 1), . SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Etc. SELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. Fsxmors and others having Money for which they Iuvto uo urunodiate use, will do well to leave it hero on dcjxwit for safety, and IT lull tor a dell'n tU' time, Interest will bo allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U.S. Allbiuincss done on reasonable terms. LEVI L. MILLER, Cashier. . . D1RKCTOBS 1 O. AiTl.TMAN, LEWIS MILLER. JOHN F RAY NOLHH, OEO. COOK, JACOB MILLKlt, March 20, '78. (J. D. HARTER, IHAAC BARTER, J ISAAC HARTER... ... Bank Block,West Hide Public Square, CANTON, OIUO. ' This bfink In doing a general Exchange Deposit AND DISCOUNT BUSINESS. Money Loaned. PROMMISSORY NOTES BOUGHT. GOLD, SIL V ER AD 1IAMC All kinds or Government Bonds ...

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. — 16 September 1875

BANKS. 0F- Canton, Ohio, No. 1 Eagle Block, Comer Public Squaw. CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLU8,$80,00a Gold, ilTcr, GoycrnmGnt and M roai Bonis anil M BUY AND SF.ll DRAFTS ON AIL PRINCl CIPAL CITIES IN THE V. S. Aim IN UNO LAND, FRANCE, 1RKLAND, SCOTLAND, U HUMAN Y, Etc, BELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUKUru. hmn anil others havlne Money for which tber have no immediate use, will do well to leave ll OPTO Ou QCpoSH lor wcit , mu it iv.t tui s ucum it time, interest will be allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. Olv TUK U. S. AU business done on reasonable terms. LKV1 l. miiAJM, uaanier, maicToita : C. ATTLTMAN, LEWIS MILLER, JOHN F. RAY- NOLDS, GEO. CUVK., JAUUfl fluucn, March 20, '73. 0. D. HARTER, ISAAC BARTER, J ISAAC HARTER. SAVINGS DEPOSIT-BAKK Bank BlockWent side Public Square, CANTON, OHIO. This bank is doing a general Exchange Deposit AND DISCOUNT BUSINESS. Money Loaned. PROMMISSORY NOTES BOUGHT. GOLD, SILElt AD" BANK AU kinds of GoTBrnment Bonds and Rerenne Stamps On hand and...

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. — 23 September 1875

-MM JT. J. . I. TJi ' 'v .- . .Wt3W. ,IK;5.-itli ;jaa'Sr:-. j--3ar aas.raJiiftaygsa. iiiuii. Js VOL. 42. NO 1G. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 23. 1375. A. NcGREGOR & SON, tuonsnert m, 'few i" "wik The Democrat. The Democrat. GRAND DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING AT CANTON. TUESDAY, SEPT. 28. D I I' Mil If. II UUUi 111 1 V1IUIU lUlll I I III! II III III Ann A 11 VI Obio'a favorite and accomplished Orator, and Hon John T. Harris, of Virginia, will Address the People At Canton, Sept. , 28 Also, in the evening, A. C. BUELL, The able correspondent of the St. Louis JUpuUican, Robert Schilling, Editor Cleveland Sunday limet, will peak in German. - fa the Political Issues of the Day. COME, without distinction of Party without reference to past political Hflini- ta without regard to party bondage or tnag dictation. COME, as Independent American citi zens, anxious to give your influence to relieve .our afflicted country, and restore ' tonest and economical rule. COME with the big wagons, and bring fbe ...

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. — 23 September 1875

Poetry. RAN AWAY TO SEA. BY E. YOUNG. A iri'Hihcrown prl1 ""J UP 'r,an t,,c "' Ami paving Inland found a boy where be .' Jy ondoriieuth the. roofiif a In tlw goldou summer miither. y Ami U) the boy ii whispered Holland lhw i Vine I Ut iw leave this tfoary lnd, and go Over lit.) mw H hue tliu free L-rceM-s blow, In On- gulden summer weather, 1 kww.iu I1,1'"1 1,1 fr on'liU,lly ,H',U,' Wlu-rc irrmv Rr,,,lt i'fH t,-1" " Wie l", Aud mw'jy ndi ifniwo,V.'ry kreean, ' '. li'i tin-il.l. ii niuimiT wt'Htlicr. , Hit-rf ufnl.-Tiwiuh Hie i-.v.r i?lowiji)t KklMt, . . liar nirrriki'i'lMllld blr()l Oil lukntdiMLi i. Mh' bright Die woods. wlui plume of gorgeouH dye. " Iji Uw golden mimniM-U'Wilber.,- ' ' , -,.'. '' i l V, I' And In' Mi.it lulid happy people tiny ; J No hHlenil Ii iok I'l'H'U't them night uor.day;,, No euro' of luisliu'hs trot tl,0lr(lvw '.. , lnllif K,)l.K'iiniiiiiii:rwciiiur., i lnl ii'.l-dii? long llioy' wander wliero they pic): Viucklng dcllfluui rmili, ihut'on the trees (' , ', ...

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. — 23 September 1875

SPEECH OF A. C. BUELL. (Continued from page 2.) ' was commotion in 1873 and revolution 'm 1871. You all remember l-ow the out- mjr UiHinofw was inaup'ruto! Iant full: u.ixllliurfuil'le.1 collapt" ol lli.it lUidical renin's-head find bio -iy '.hum i Utill fresh in vour minds. "iiwrilu.ii8, I think I can entertain you tthu , 1 A BRIEF HISTORY Of the Inst sad dnvs of the blon ty shirt in our Dolitica. You recollect mat the Congressional debates on the finances in the winter ot 183-4 naa tnorougiiiy unlit ud and demoralized the Republican ' party, and that it went into the campaign tif IhM fall without any well-defined line of policy in any direction, its leaders at war with each other, and its rank and file scattered and confused. The party Tnnnurrura lull! lllln I'Oll fmilt P(l l)V fiilTl- . Jlar situations before, and they thought they could meet this one in the old-limn-ioned wav. Thev imagined they could heal all differences and rally all their i . rorces as oi out ay lnnuguriuiiig...

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. — 23 September 1875

IH Dkmoc AT U furnished Us tjbsoriber at 12 , pr year, 11 for tx bioiiIIwi llftY oent lof three onths, Invariably In edvence. CukHXNPONUKNRR, containing Important nw,i oltclted from all part of the county. Writers name and address itMiilred on every commuule Ion m a private guanuitceof good faith. Business Cards ouo dollar per line per year. No aid Inserfcvl for lew ttiau Uireedollam pryear. Bnimiesa Notice In Hem column on fifth page, verted for ten cento per line each Insertion. II . nsertcd In reading matter, twenty cent per line. Ho notice will b Inserted for lea than fifty cent. Yearly advertiser allowed the privilege of hanging their advertisement quarterly. Pontile column advorUscniouts 25 percent, ad ditional. All transient advertisement must be acoompa Died with tho cash. AiiVKHTisr.MKKW, to Insure Insertion, mint to Untitled In by Wednesday noon. Kulcs of advertising furnished On application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON Canton. Ohio. -ESTABLISHED, A....

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. — 23 September 1875

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUBINKSfi M.INACIKU l'KN. A, OHIO 4 W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, j HTTSinriioH, i;a,, ' Is our only ulhorliet Agent to receive will w ii'it Advert iNemouUi fur this mner. All Pitts turb advertisements to iu must eome throuuh . this ngoucy, or they will receive no notice what ever, ' Tint now Doyntou lint ut Kilt's JAMES FirZGKIUI.O. , ' James wh( Is fanillliuly known to, all our cltl ' enH, will embark In a now enterprise lhl winter. ' Besides IiIh ii utile Julnteil peiiuuu. lie will runiin Cycler stand ut the eomor, mill he hnjici fur a fooil shure or patruiiairo. 200 down Indies' and gent's underwear Jut ro- olvcd ut the OS Cent Store nolliiuj at nmuulactur- enf priees. ' a. a. w. Ceo. A, Wlnlcrhullur has Just returned from the Eastern ullles, where he secured the largest and handsomest stink of new fall mid winter (nods Clint liHHcer been opened In this city. All the atcst styles III hullo' trimmed and untrlmineil hats, gloves, hosiery, trimming, underwe...

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. — 23 September 1875

SPEECH OF A. C. BUEIL. Continued from page 3. ; f urbinir what lie called their litn t teoosness by almost any means that wo'd ,.h, roduc the desired result. Senator Carpenter in this conversation accurately represented the feelings of his party associates. He whs more candid "'and outspoken than the minority of them n this suiijeoi as wen as on many tun ?' m "Nhnrtlv after tlienassaue ofthe Po- " land law, and before its real scope and ' infpnt had been dove oned bv the pro' i edin8 under it against Mr. Koid ofthe Tribune, and myself, Senator Conkling f ' n day romanced to a friend that they i and now a new way of dealing with those fellows meaning the editors and corres- ' jtondonts of newspapers. Senator Ham- linof Maine, wasanotherardentadvoonte fthe doctrine that the press was nceu tious and must be restrained. So was . .natnr Inmils. of Kansas, and so were . Patterson of Smith Carolina; Spencer of Alabama; Doreey, of Arkansas; Logan ot, Illinois; cincrmau ui vin, mm voicm rTen...

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. — 23 September 1875

Poetry. NATURE WORSHIP. BY LEIGH HUNT. Your voloolosi Hps, 0 ! flowers, aro living prcath eta, Kkch cop & pulpit, ovory leaf book, tt-ipplylng to my fumy numerous teachers, From loneliest uook, Jieittrl cloistered boughs each floral boll that nwliigcth, '( And tollH it perfume oh the pacing lr, Slakes Hubtmth In the fluids, aud ever ringeth A call to prayer. Not to the domes, where crumbling arch and column i ; Attest the feebleness of mortal hand : , B it to that fftiio roost catholic and solemn . Which Ood hath planned. To that cathedral, boundless an our wonder, Whose (lueuchlesa laiui the sun and moon supply I .'':'. Iln choir tyqwlnds and Woyqf Jt organ thunder lis dome thesky. Thore, amid solitude and shade, I wander Through tho green aii.cn, and stretched upon Uio sod Arid by the silence, reveiuitly ponder The ways of (iod. Political. SPEECH OF A. C. BUELL. (Conclusion.) Ilalrilod's ptooilnexH reminds mo of the religion of an old follow wlio lived in Tioga county, New yor...

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. — 23 September 1875

The Democrat. Democratic Majorities California, Kentucky Wdo will brinj np next with 60, 00. o nnn ' oU,UUU I 40 000 Even Senator John Sherman is honest od honorable enough to say that he fees not believe the Democratic party to ke hostile to the Public Schools. He publicly says that he regards the Demo cratic platform upon this subject as sin cere. But in saying this he injures the KepubUcan cause. The Republican papers have not yet leard from Maine. A State which usu ally gives from 12 000 to 28,000 Republi can majority has fallen to 2,000 or 3, 00. There was an immense significance jftthis. There was no local issue to caose it to be recorded. It was the re- .salt of dissatisfaction with the Republi can party leaders. Tne, Hew York Sun thinks the New fk Republican Convention was not Italy to Boss Grant or Senator Conk- , Jtay. , But it says that a complimentary ination for a third term "is sure to eflfcrrt Boss Grant. And it inti. mates W Ross Grant will decline that rnnplimeoiuyt...

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. — 30 September 1875

. .- i i iMiirt-rn K '-in-, "'' ' ft-,. ir.n. .,' v.i' -.,''if'if' V A j ,(y m mm. -'.-:: V;S:' ' foiilJ i 1 y . v . .-.:.,o; .-) i'i. i in : - lull' I I ' 1. -r-M t VOIi.42.!NO IT. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 30, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, Honshu ' I ...I.I. The Democrat. HON.EMILE R O T H E'! i . the distinguished Editor Cincinnati YoMeniii; . will address the people of . 4 in the German Language, ' (:: ' ,- ;!''.' 1 Mr. Rothe is one of the ablest editors in the country and a fine speaker. Turn out and hear hjm one and all. ,. ' DRCHAS. ALLEFJ (ff Washington, D. ,C ,T) .; will speak. at . '"vr MASSILLON , on Tuesday Evg. QU, j TURNOUT and hear Doctor Allen, He Is a good speaker. i ! I DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Strasburg, Friday.' evening, Ont.:,lst-r J. C.Stallcup and R,S. Shi.elds. r Navarre, Saturday evening, Oct. 2d- JohnsogSljerriojK' afld wJ.'pei. Justus, Saturday evening, Oct. 2d W A. LVnoh land M.'A. Priesbach'inGer- McDonaldsville Saturday evening, Oct. 2d C. T. Mver and R. 8, Sh...

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. — 30 September 1875

Poetry. A LITTLE HINGLISH. BY JOSEPH HENEN. ftevthofthe Twidj.u havd.aucA atntnf proaalona ! ' ' Wiat from thu Snot you otiKOt U take tune les on , ' . I , 'in orthography nd prWounciaUml, v. V Vet which ther are distinguished as a aatlon, four ears are yah, manwth yuu m.y tot mouth, Hath U the lauguaxv ot your favorite south; Tqv hair's your air-air, hair, your hat's, your 'at, 1 . . i 1 ' v ' " i Ivor arm's our daw. Uie kit ytm rail the oaM ' ' 3orhAi4 JQW'eu'K fail pawk;. . A home, an 'om; and loii you call n fwlt; . tanstc's a bruool, au at ou Will n haul, '' Voia heart's your 'art, and gall yuu call aln, ' We htr you call the w'urd propose, propowe; '" worse than Oiat; 'you call your none your b"i!i "tt''i jour bead you eatf an'ead; ' a map's mln; au egg with you 'l an hegg; Jay place of "v's" ToupuUn double "n'"i ' ' Toesdav's loowlayi the newi with you's the nooee; Vbe hartofs abba! while the cove's the cowve ; tTfce army's harmy, and noh( a stowne; ' ' d algbdea, my dear, my...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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