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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 September 1875

Poetry. FLYING HOURS. fiam tnom't flnt Cosh 10 the Urtllgtit gray, , Wr they hoil on tbelr eilenl way i ttNUflb tha Oower-Ut dAWO o( tha Swr iprtBi Onward they past with undiooplng lo, ' And fommar VfafV nd aatnmn ahowera, Behold tb algal of the changing hours : V Btyt Wrda opMMga on plnlooa frea Crossing tile's restless tea. ( ; ,T ! i I i s : ' I Tbihdeon,tbadUlJoDrnoTitoun4, i TO steeple ottof their warning aoond, " . 4a4 itlD, wlt Umsribic-f their vlewkai vast, ' Bearing lb mortal their burden meet, levdororfuniWD,mirth,fwofl, ,io hir loBRprtewiMi " p4 I . I ; The hour. llko a WMflS P"gnm r , Mll Bound for an unknown,,. .,. , , , , .: .i ', y.ii ;. ' . -;. 1. ' ; tiu wnm and weary heari of some, '' With a tad and Ungertug ttcp' they iomo, , ,', , tXoA the mournful print ofthelr track is left I I9ettahcd hopes and UTectlonrftj " ' j And some with a gentle footfall pax, .. , , ; Like mild tpring rain upon budding gran, Jy lnmined Hours all sweet and rife I "-' with the morning blo...

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. — 30 September 1875

rtlMocTtetaniUheito aubaorlbera atfi pvjMwr; II lor hx month ; fliry cent lor three tjmetas, Invariably in advance. e.aMiw.oM'rs'.'K, coiiutlliinft Important now, oHci4a from ah" 'parts of the 'county. Writers mr i ' address ruqufred oi every cominunlov ton aw a private guaroiitue of good faitli. . nkituaaania nni dollar ner line par year. No 4 inserted for lew than tlin?o dollars per year. Notices In Item column on tilth pago, -'- i..na ir line each Insertion. II Masted Hi reading matter, twenty cent per line. fcfBMk will be inserted for leu thau afty oeuU. ,'BafWly'ailveWra allowed the' privilege of ufcaaatrlini their advertiseinei.taqiuutcriy. BaMe coln'nui advertisement 25 per dent, ad.' AUtranslcnt advertisement mint be Mcomr- uM with the cash . . " BavmTiRitiiitNTii, to Insure Itiaertion, nvd be VaHed In uy WcAneaday noon. i of adverting furnished on application taH communication to ' A. McGRBUOR A SON, ' .' Canton, Ohio, lie 'gtuuapd.' ESTABLISHED, A.D. 1 83 J . ' A. McGREGOR...

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. — 30 September 1875

Business Items. BUsjrAss MANAGKPENjcA, OHIO 4 W. VA. ' PRESS ASSOCIATION, riTreiumoii, pa., It cur Mly authorliod Arct to rocolve ar lloitiAfrtlem(uUi for Ithlk PJ' f "f . andso- Flttl- I'rough .. . .. .-li, u.J..n tart hAMM What- this MJWy, or wey wn 'Yer' j ; " t 200O11 Chromos Just opendd lit i ! - the 99 coat (tore. rr BRIT. 7 11 i A The mmltm stock of dry' ioodi Just received .l n iritnr li worth ft caUfram U who desire goods In that line. Don't fell to drop in and Me them, u you will And the largest ind fin est stock ever opened herei i ; . , , FOR BALE OR TRADE, . I ' ' i The underiigned wlhee to leU hit property war 4 lit Anton depot, and loon tad on Tenth and Cher ry streets. Thli U a Taluable property, with tour buildings thereon, and will be told entire or In three part. Bald property will be traded for a oodfarnu Forfurther particular! enquire on the .ram!). ' ' Hw 'B0""- juneWTS-tf. i ( ,' ! FOB BALK. rive bone power engine which will be sold cheap ippIy toO.Wer, oor. C...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 September 1875

Miscellaneous. SAM. OPPENHEIMER. . "Tlkofourwhlkyb'lng poorwhy thereto man who's beu here nearly six yeftrt, and he'i not dead yet," eaitl War den Dunham. "Hut I guesahe will be ; before they get anything out of him' he ! The man Indicated Is a Hebrew,' with brljllt, intelligent eyes and a pale lace, ' ,He wtw slow and rhennmtic in his move- mentH, and seemed to be Buffering from the effects of protracted imprisonment. "Six years for dobt,' exclaimed , the Sun reporter. . "Yes, and it seems likely to be ImpriB' onment for life," answered the Warden The renorten after some scrutiny, re oognlicd the broken-down prisoner aa tJainuei uppeni)ennr, wno was loujteu in Ludlow street wiVm. January, 1870. Oppenheimer was then an active young man, 11111 01 WD hiiu vigur. iiw . Mems twenty venrs older.- "' : , Jlis history is a curious one. .IIo wbb horn in 1843. in Hesse CatiBol. where his father was a wenltliy cuttle broker. The fumilv etniirriited to Aiiieriiui. and estab lished the clothing...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 September 1875

Poetry. MY OLD CANE-BOTTOMED CHAIR. BY W. M. THACKERAY. 'Til ft bandy-Ufged, high ihouldcnx worm-eaten Mat, With ft oreaklm old back, and twisted old foot; But since the fair moralof when Fenny Mt then, I bin (bee, and love U)eo, old cane-bottomed jMifrJ. J. j . iv i - . i It cliftlN have but feeling, In holding such charms, A thrtU mart have passed through your withered old arms; t looked nd load, nd wished in deepalr I wished my)" 'limed to ft cane-bottomed chair. to bat ft moment ihe tat In thU place : he'd a scarf on her neck, and a smile on het iWoei A imlle on her foce, and woSe-n her hail. And she tat then nd bjamtd; in eebot toned ehtlr. And M I hftralTfttaed my chair SYer ilnce, Like Ihe shrine of saint, or the throne of prlnee; faint Fanny, my patroness twtet, I declare, .. . 'Rte-fveea of my heart end cane-bottomed chair When otndlei bum low, end the company's, gone, In the itlence of night as I nit here elona 1 tit here ftlone, but we ret re ft pair My Fanny I tee In my ...

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. — 30 September 1875

The Democrat. The Democrat. DEATH OF W. W. KINGSBURY. It la, pur puilil duly 16 announce Hie death', Wj ty.in'f bin, .nVl editor1' if tlile papttf.ThirtJsau event oc-t united on Hnniliir.niorniaK, Feptenibei ad'dn ft 10th. at Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he had been ieceiying medical fceanwnt for the pant' three months. DiWng tnoet o' the intervening time, his fetters to friends were'of an encouraging character the first nes Indicating positive improve ment. On the 11th of September, barely eight days before his death, he wrote to the writer of these fines, as follows : "Dtd JWrttfs- 8Inc I Ift8t wrote you, I have ' beed very1 lick so sick, Indeed, that it was thought tor set nd days, by those attending me, that I must close my earthly pilgrimage One evening my physician directed me to wrap a wet, towel wound my .throat, which Idid. M I supposed to benight, but which proved to be altogether wrong, andliad the effect In a few hours 6f near hrenthinir. ThiB was fol lowed by congestion...

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. — 7 October 1875

A AV f.lV ." lil ' J.S ,1 ' I m-mmmm ' '.',1' VOL. 42. NO 18. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 7, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, Fuuushm i m rri iv . mM mm -n, ar The Democrat. DOCTOR Lamborn ! will speitk IN CANTON, ID TURN OUT, DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Onnburg, Saturday evening, Oct, 9ih J. BlierricK and F. Bahnat. Canal Fulton, Saturday evening, 0 t Wh W. A. Lynch and R. S. Shields. Louisville, Saturday evening, Oct Cth J. C. Welly and C. T. Meyer. Marlboro, Saturday evening, Oct. Oth J. T. HayB and A . L. Jones. Navarre, Saturday evening, Oct. Oth J, C. Stallcup and James Amerman. Yonngstown, Monday evening, Oct. 11 W. A. Lynch and R. S. Shields. ' ' West Brookfield, Monday evening, Oct 11 Hon. J. Sherrick and L.C.Cole. Robertsville, Monday evening, Oct. 11 C. T. Meyer and Frank Bulmat. Canton, Monday evening, Oct. 11 L. L, Lamborn and E. C. Man-hand. Union town, Friday evening, Oct. 8th W. A. Lynch and J. 8. Hudson. Massillon,'. Friday evening, Oct. 8th L. L. Lamborn and E. C. Marchand. ' New B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 October 1875

Poetry. SECTS IN HEAVEN. Tailing ofsccta till late ontsve,:' s 01 the various doctrine the aalnla believe, I That night I wood In a troubled dream, ( By thesldeofa darkly lluwlng stream, v And a "Churchman" down to the river came; When I heard a Htrmigo voice call hU namo, "Good lather. up ; when you crow thU tide, Too miibt leave your robot on the other aide.' "l)ut tho aged father 1'1 nut nilnd, ' ' ' 'And his long gown noated out behind, As down to Uie stream his way ho took, , m pale hand clasping a gilt edged book. "I'm bound for heaven', and when I'm there,'1 7 lhU want my book of Comraou Prayer; And though I puton a starry crown. ' " t hCouw ieei quite tout without my gown." , 1 . in- . ... .1. .: . . 'Tnen be Oxedhto eyes oa the shining track, But the gown was heavy, and held him back, ' .And the poor old father tried In tain, 'A single step In the flood to gain. 1 ww hjm-again on lite opter akto.1 .'! v. J)ut his silk gown floated.on the tide,,,., r. ; . And no one asked hi...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 October 1875

Poetry. HARD TIMES. ' Hard time to now on every Up, And breathed from every tongue i , n bank ire blamed by one and all, The aged and the young, The merchant haa to close bla doore, ' And throw hU ledger by : . Bnen tlmea, he vow, were never seen By any mortal eye. ' Tbeihopmen quit the counter' lde, : for buyer an ao few, . The Umee are now to very "tight," It makee them all look blue ; '' The citlsen In vain essay 1 To make more than hi bread, iiiA pound of which he now declare yd fWon't weigh a pound of lead,',. 'Tbere'i not a day but someone faili, f.l Bom house that goci to smash, .. And name that once stood high on 'Chang ,,i Are out for want of oasb. ,,, Those whom we thought were millionatoei ' ' ' And rich in shares and Blocks, : ' Their mtftton Ariri now disappoint, And toll and leave no "rocks." v Bard Time I Hard Tlrnesl was ever seen Such time a hard a these T . Tai lathe cry from (norn till night, .. In which each ouo agree. i ' A remedy, I think, I've found ' Bay, how...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 October 1875

Ta Dkmocsat to fumlhel to tubucritew atli per jwii; tl for lx tnouttu; fllty ci-oM three Bjoiilhn, Invariably In evanc. OohbkhfonhkncI!, omtalutiiK ImjwrUnt nw,9 ottltel from nil part of the county, Writer Mjoe ami (Mrw rninltvil on every coinmimit. lonut t.rlvatt' gubnuih-e of good fnltli. Bartn t.'urd i lie dollar jKir line (isr year. No nl liiMTtil for lo8 thmi (brce (Milam jn-r year. ' Builne Notli In lie"' column on llftl, m?c, iwerted for ton cents jtfr linn wieti Insertion, II bwrwl In readin i(tur, twenty cents fr Hue. Me notlnn will hw"'i f ! "'" ""7 "Yearly advertise allowed the privilege ohanfiln? their advertlxmiMila ipiarUjrly. Double column ilvurtU'uienU per cent art diUona). Alltraimlcnt (Wijnlimen mwrt b aecnmria iM willi the cash. ADTtRTiflHiitsni, to lnun Insertion, nut be fcaadtd in by Wednesday noon. ' J&als of advertising, furnished on application ' AddnwR all coniniunlcatlima to . .A. McCBEUOR It SON, Cautou, Ohio. hecmoct ESTABLISHED, A.D. 1 833 A. McQREGO...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 October 1875

Business Items. 1TS11JKS$ MANAU$l!PKNN'AOllIO A Wj VJ PRESS ASSOCIATION, -iTny, pcrtBniiftaH," i'a.J ' f ' 1 1 I out (wily .tkorlsod to wcelvo ami so licit 'AdVcrttk.miiuls for. this 'paper. All Hits-: btrgh advertlsemenH to ui must corao through this agency, cr they wlU receive no um.e. Tr, tL- . OTt IMA (' l':n Don't fall to remember it. , Doc. Palmer of Pal mer 4 Btull, i still In tlie F.ast, where he has been torearly,a mruith among the New York carpet fb'ltU and wpolijsale houses, securing) tlx) largeet tock; of carpets, Irugs, ' curtulits, lambrequins, Windvo..4o , all of which will combine to mako Ihii the largest and fluent stock of goods over brought to Canton. , ' pohJale.' Kite horsfe power engine which will bo sold clicab. Apply, to 0. flnner, oor, Cherry and Tusoarawds Jit' I (. 1 DojfT fall to atlend the Orand Opening at 0. Wlnterhalter'a next Thursday, Oct, 7tn. V t it a a a m rr d in The nudonilgneirwbilies to sell his property near b Cantou doiot, and located on Ten...

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. — 7 October 1875

Miscellaneous. SIGNIFICANT FACTS. ' The blighting effects of the recnntruc- tJin policy adopted by Grant which con-l 'stated in affording the utmobt Biipport of the Administration to a horde of un .onipoloim advonturera in their schemes to hold pofwesiiion of State Governments by violence and fraud cannot find bet ' ter Illustration than by contrasting the '.condition; of tlioBe Southern States which have emancipated theniselvea from the ile of the Grant politicians wish that "WlHch previously existed there, Rt.d ,jrhlqh now exUUin thefltatob which are , a till held in subjection by the represents lveti of the Administration. " Everybody knows the almost hopeless oondition to wtiicn Arkansas was reduced when Clavtou and his confederates were 'in power, and how rapidly its business interests navo recuperaieu since ion vgress,in spite of Grant's personal appeals 'W the contrary, refused to authoriie the 'use of Federal troops to drive from office "the lecallv elected State authorities...

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. — 7 October 1875

HENRY E. O'HAGAN. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. J ... I..JU Altliongh last on the Democratic State ticket, the name of the candidate for Member of the Board of Public Works is by no means least, when we come to con aider the qualifications and respectable standing of the several persons who com prise that excellent ticket. Henry E. O'Hagan is quite well known throughout the State, havinf for numboYof years been engaged in branch of business that necessitated a large amount of traveling, And consequently brought him in person al contact with the people of almost every town of any importance in Ohio. Those- who-are personally --acquainted With Mr. O'Hagan need not be told that Ik better nomination for the office of Mem ber of the Board of Public Works could nothavebeon made. He is peculiarly fitted by nature and business experience for just such duties as will be required of lii in iiaV mpniKiVrhP fhAt ' Ufiard. 'There ere iefwho'ifeonf to naturally adj...

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. — 7 October 1875

The Democrat. i . ... . i RisaUr Willia AO.M next week WoAiaii how' cheap ifairi Kihtir ivo'iild x-llJtlmM'lf after he hhall hear of (lover- tor AlUn'B triumphant eloclioii I Is Carl Pehiir like tho poet ', Moore's "Orator rutl?" "Orator Puff hd two tone In his voire, 111 on away up and Ihf oOier down lowl On Monday evening next Doctor Lam born will speak in Canton, on the political issues. .Turn out and hear him. 1 "' j v :;.;" . ; tJaoiidtnd lckly children can be made healthy and Minna by regulating their stomach and kmh tih fuwia. li la more effective tlmn Castor Oil and Id as pleaHantto take an honey, For WlnaCollc, Hour Momacn, worm aim ,osnvuin there la nothing la existence equal to Caatoria.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY, OCT. 12, 1875, America's Great Character Actor, FRANK MAYO, a Ifm-dock' Charming Idyl of the BaokwooJi, Davy Crocket, Supported by the Talented Young Actreas, Miss JosephineLaurens, AND HIS OWN COMPANY. ' Admission : 60 cent. Rese...

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. — 14 October 1875

i. .'-Ir-Ht-V-it. nA'5r:'iJliV' T'fhTlaMLf1-! j',- iff a -ill iiJI'W i' "Ib" VOL 42. NO 19. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 14, 1875. a. McGregor & son, HoMn A. R. HAINES is elected to the State Senate by 155 MAJORITY; 1 ro elected to the Legislature by 218 and 198 MAJ. Tuesday's Election The Result in Ohio. Majorities in Sixty Counties. Coluxbds, Ohio, October 13. The offi eiul figures from sixty counties1 of the BUte give the following majorities : ' . ', ! , - . '. Dm. Rep. Allen. '.:.;. .'. 810 ' Ashland. . 650 Ashtabula .... .'..;.,... 3,132 AthenB 782 Anjjlaite... .1,773 Browi 1,394 .. Buller .2,100 Champaign 400 Clarke.,. .......... , 097 ,Clintdiv..;v.. ,'...!. i. .,-?...:.! j ( 1,218 Columbiana. " " 008 Crawford ..1,709 Da-ko..', : .1,300- '. ; Dcfianco:..v:.V....,....;..:i,2u5 ' : Delaware, i ..i'.. . , 100 Payette.:.. .... 375 Franklin . ... ..1,010 Fulton ..... 903 Gallift.... i.w . . i i 627 Greene..,. , ........ 1,871 Hardin' 85 Harrison 290 Hocking 750 Holmes.... 1,900 Geau...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 October 1875

Poetry. THE COMMON LOT. JAMES MONTGOMERY, born in Scotland in 1771; died 1854.] Once, In n flight nfages past, Thoic llvul a man; mill ilin wanhoT iortnl I linwe'er thy-lnt U cast, ' , , ' 'J hut man riKcniHjtl tliee, 0'iikiiouii lle rvlon "i' lilrlli, Tlii' l.ir.il t wlili li I"' died unknown ; alls mime turn rn-rMied from the earth, 'I his tiulli survives alone: ' " i' 1 ' ' 1 ' 'Jiml joy, unit giief, anil hope, and tear, ' Alternate triumphed In hlsbroasl; II ik LIIm anil woe-a andle, a Ifearl -Obllviull bides there.. The bounding piiKc, the langtiUl limb, The changing spirits' rlo and fall ; M i' kuow Unit lhwc with fell by blm, For Huso i Ml by all' ' lie suffered- lml hi pangs are o'er; :iiji')eil-but hia delight are lied ; niul IrtoiKlH lila friends are now no more; . Ami J'oe-hl Cues am dead, He' hnird-huj nhi m lip loved the grave Jlnth lost in'lla il.iconsoioiis wuinb; she una fair ! but naught could save. Her lieauiy I'rom the tnuib, lie saw wliatever thou lmt icon; Kiiin...

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. — 14 October 1875

Poetry. THE EVENING BELLS. MOORE. Thoae evening tolls! those evening bell How many a tale their inusle tolls Of youth, and home, and that weet time When last I beard their aooUilug ch.i'.u. Those Joyotu hours are pissed away; And many a heart that then was gay, With In the tomb now darkly dwells, And bean no more those evening bolls. And so 'twill be when I am gone; I Tkat tnnerul peal will still ring on, While other bards shall walk these dells, And sing your praise, sweet evening bellsl MOORE. Miscellaneous. Neighboring Counties. TRUMBULL, PORTAGE AND MEDINA COUNTIES IN 1837. BY JOSIAH Q. KERN. TRUMBULL COUNTY. Trumbnll was a largo and wealthy county, bounded on the south by Colum blnna. and containing thirty-flve town ships, each fiveniik'8Bqiiareor875square wiles. There were also thirty-five post ollkes. The county had 15,542 inhabit ante in 1820, and 20,153 in 1830. The most important towns were Warren, Youngstown, Canfield and Poland. The principal exports of the county were r...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 October 1875

Ti Daoot rurnllKt tubscrtteri t fm fftir, II for au4itu arty con la lor throe souths, invariably In edyance. Ooli.UJDSftir.i'cn, .comaitjlufl Important nw,s olklied from all pa'rtu of the county. Writer uiii) and addrow xiiUlxsl on every nimmunlnv Ion a a private guarantee of good faltfi. Sadness Cards one dollar jr line per year. 'No axl Insulted for low than throe dollar lf year. Business ttnlrw In HenieduniiiJ fifth I"4(u. BwrtiM fur U'IiVauu 'ir lino caeh Insertion. If userled In reading matter. lyetilyccnU rtlne. NO iictii all! be inserted for Ions lliali llfty oeuls. . Yearly advcrttwrn allowed Uiu privilege of ahatiKliif tlicint.lVfrtlMJnioiiu. quarterly. , Double ruluuui aJvertiwniuiiU 23 por cent, ad diltoml, A1llmis!eiil advertisements iniwt tH! secompft phxl With tin cash. ' AnvK'tTisi musts, to Insure Insertion, mart be kaji licl lul'j'. Wednesday noon. Roll's of advertising furnished on application T Aildn sit nil coiiiinuiilcatliilin to A. McGUEliOlt BON, I'ailWII, Ohi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 October 1875

Business Items. waisttsp iLlNAKH IHl'A, OHIO & w. VA. ...PRESSES OCIATION, : .. ', fittb'bIikcih, paV i ", ; ), U our only uthorixcd Ageiit to receive and o Jlclt Advertisements for llilit paper.' All l'ltto , "burgh advertisement! to us musi come through ihto agency, they will receive no notice- what- " 1 Why will you suffer from Rhoumatisnr Spiulna. t fftltr JuliilH, fllfiwx, Ifiinix. sVuldsor Weak lliu k. when the Centaur Liniment allnrds certain K'lli't. i Many articles wxilho pit I n ton certain extern, liut UieCcntaurl.lnluientcurc. The W li 1 it- Liniment li for the hinnun family, (lie Yellow Liniment is lor horses and anltnula. oct7'75gd. PQK PALS. Five hotae pnwerongliie which will be sold cheap. Apply to U, Eichcr, cor. Cherry and Tuscarawas teei. tcnSOu HEW TIIK0V61I0UT. ' Winter I approaching, and no must prepare or Ui wild vrdnds and damp snows of the season. We wish ail to know lnt Herman Mwycr. the .Mrllng clotlilcr of tho tijwii. Lai laid In an Im mense stock of ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 October 1875

Poetry. THE SWANS OF WILTON. Oh, how the iwni of Wilton Twenty abreast did go, Like country girl buuud for the Church, Balls set aud H aglow I With pouting breast In puro while dressed. Softly gliding In trow, Where throu.h the weed's green fleeces, The perch In brawn ciaU, The gulden uliuttlca mermalda use Shot past my crimson float; Where swanlsh carp were snoring loud Around the anclii'rcd boat, Adnwti the gentlo river The white swans bore In will, Tholr full, aoft feathers pulling out Like canvass In the galo; And all the klne and dappled deer Hu.od watching In Hie vale. The statley wnof Wilton Strutted and putted along, Llkocaunons In their full white gown. Late for au evening Hong, When up the vale tliu peevish boll In vain hat chlded long. Oh, how the swans of Wilton . Boro down the radiant stream, Aa calm an holy hurmiu' lives. Or a play-tlrcd Infant' dream; Mke fairy bcdsoflast year's snow Did those radiant en aturea seem. THE SWANS OF WILTON. Miscellaneous. Tragic Deaths o...

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