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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1869

TEAMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. . CASH. IIT ASYAX. . - ' - 12,00 . A failure to eotify tTn-ontlr-auoce at th eno el l)c pcuiocrat, . . A. M'CRECOR SON, FCBLXSHEBS. th tits ubaonbl for will be oonaidored' lb. asm u sew agafeaneBt or aufcacrietioo. BB7Ne paper will fee ateroattaaed ttotpi tb opueo of id pabti.hera. DIRECTORY. ARCHITECT. 1 J ""CNOHF.BT. PLAIN AND OKNAMKJf tal Flutnth Uaaloa, Ohio. Reference, V K. Vrin. aV r, Onion, a. C Purtor, Architect. Cleveland. Boetf ... '. , DRUGGISTS. jTgEIG XrTdRUGGIST, EAST TCSCARAW- a line!, Cantoa, Onto. R . WILLIAMS CO., DRFGOISTS AND . Pharmacrntiate and General Dealer la Drujrt ... i ij-i h &ua titan. IC-" Firat aoor Wvlol PueloAirc.Miua trcet. Alliance. Oitie. tPrecriulian triarel at ail hour 4eyoral-bt. . dov1 ; - , TAILoHlXq. MKItCHANT TAILOR ABSALOM KTTT, AND rt'i Id' CltUhe, CeeeTHiere Veetinve, Kea-iy do Clothing, Ac ErofiuM iret,jo. u, Ohio. t"1 PRINTING. O tin. " ubli.berc. and Plaia ad Feecy Job Printer". HuOKjNDING. - .iiikax TinrnsT...

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. — 17 February 1869

WEDNESDAY;;:;: FEBRUARY 17 A. MoGHEGOE, EDIT0B NEWS ITEMS. f : - c " It ia statrnl that tha T?KM.t.;- , . m - Aivktiuuua fiai- chased two millions of United State Private let tPra frnm Tavla aiata tKnl Gen; Dli wilt re! the Ministry of France in M-rch. f Th? f 'ireuiar,'., AaaociaUon of Pittu- uurgu nave adopted a resolution in ivor oi a paid tire department. ... -? unknown pedler was murdered hi nxcnair coanty, Tennessee, a few days ago, by a boy named Quill only " year oia. ine boy was arrested, uuu rouimsea nia cunt. C t I . oensioie people of both sexes are oecomlnjf diesrusted with the quarrel ids and wrangling- of thuee who are . fitting up the two rival Women's s itignts Conventions in Chicago. The Privy Council of Canada decl- . .tied not to . interfere in the . Whalen case. The execution took place on . tho 12th. Whalen declined seeing any vims ciupi uia ujuiestior. The people of Buffalo are discuss ing the question whether to buiid a bruise over Buffalo river, or dig a tun...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1869

' -W-: ----- -, WEDNESDAY,::: FEBRUARY 17. 8 Us Fitting Card of Warner & Knott. Read tbe article in this paper of Mr. I uui Kisa oa Labor Reform in England. 1 Run Mr. A. IL make's advertUdment of his popular patent chair spring. Mb. Hubbard, of the Crawford Co. Fo- xc. naa ueea aenoasiy m, nut we learn by mo r okum, is convalescing. TJsDKRTAKisd. We call attention o the advertisement f Mr. J. B, MoCrea !n this paper. Air. HcCrea m a gentleman, every way competent and experienced in bis busi ness. Mori Llorrr. Cherry atreet, from Tus carawas street lo the railroad, was lighted with gas the first time last Monday night. Tenth street will also soon be lighted. , PhuxtpBattkuukll, of Alliance, long afflicted with cancer on his face, died at. his residence on Tuesday afternoon. His fun eral will ti ka place at 10 o'clock' this mora- -log, the Itt t. Aixiajecc Monitor. Pxbsonai.. A. M. Blake has returned to this city fur the purpose of establishing a Manufactory for his Patent Dollar ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1869

The Democrat. THE PRESENT. Tie Efe of the past is the death of Uday, Deluding the true from Its heart away ; Who llveth therein he la here no more. Bat a nomad upon that distant shore, t : ' - .. . : ; i Apocryphal then art his footstep all, Like to the dantness on which they fall, EUrnaSy tend leg he know not where ; . The robea of the dead he ever doth wear. Who Eves in the vorld to coaie, t Lirea In chimerical darkness of doom, Restlessly wandering to and fro, Vhere the qualm ly waters of honor flow. He Is not living the life of now ; Sullen the shadow npon his brow, As he looks on the useful life they live, Who all their strength to the present jits. Now is the day and now Is the hour, To sow the seed for the future flower ; And if ever our task is acceptably done, It fa for the present, and thai alone. Wit and Wisdom. The best "Test" for the season the har vest. . Saw-dust calves are the easiest to winter. The man who went by the board was probably a lumber dealer. - The most p...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1869

t Ijr plutocrat A. M'CRECOR & SON, PUBLISHERS. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. - CASH, IW ADTANE. - - - - 3,00 A (hilar to sotify iJi-.-nntlPUaoca at the coil of U tim ubaoribU for will b considered tha tame engagement or aubecrlphon. tWVo paper will t dlwontmaixt etnepl at the option of th pablinhort. DIRECTORY. ARCHITECT. 1-t J FCNCIIEBY. rLAIN ANI OHNAMEN- tl P1astner. Canlun, Ohio. KrfarriM-, F. R. ll'i r. E-q'r, Canton. 8. C Porter, Architect. Cleveland. nu6L ' UKCGGISTS. C J. OK1GKH. DRUGGIST. EAST TL'SCARAW- as eiraet. Canton, Onio. RG. WILLIAMS CO.', DRrOGISTS AND . PharmacCTitinU and Urnerai Dealer in Djuk - Palme, oils. Hat'nt alwllelnca, Dyo Stuffs, c First door Wl of Port oiDco, Main atrcot, AlUaiica, Ohio. -PrracrlpOina prepared at ail oor lair orniKbt. nuv-1 tailoring. f KRCHANT TAILOR ABSALOM K1TT, AND ll dealer in Clotna, Camimar Vtiug, Rea-ly ade Clolliing, 0. Ea Tuscarawas birael.Caa m, Ohio. J"nl PRINTING. STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT A. MoOrraor Alton, Publishers, and Plain ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1869

WEDNESDAY:::::FEBRUARY 24. A. HcGREGOR, EDITOIL' NEWS ITEMS. i& i a. s u i. tl . As attempt to assassinate General Prim was made in Madrid on the 16 th. Alexander H. Stephens was severe ly injured in Atlanta last week, by a oeavy gate tailing on mm. The Ice has broken up in the Hud son river as far as Poutrhkeepale, half the distance to Albany. D'laraeil and Gladstone hope that our Government may agree to the terms of the Alabama conference, as proposed. Ferdinand's modesty holds out ' against the candidacy for the crown of Spain, and there is strong opposi tion to Montpensier. New York , City paid last year, 1-3,111,001 internal revenue, or Hi Der cent, of the entire amount of the whole country. Purlm, the great Jewish fast day, . falls oo to-day. Sevrresnow storms are prevalent la trie mountains ana near Cheyenne, Colorado Territory. Green peas, tomatoes, cauliflowers, and other vegetables, are for sale in the .Louisville markets. James Grant, the murderer of Pol lard, of the ...

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. — 24 February 1869

W E D N ESD A Y,: : : FE B R U A R Y 2 4. AWtTiST UKXEKS.L t-D Jf. Sl'IIN-EIDKB hu our thank fur s copy of hie report to the Governor. A touch of winter and a mow storm yes terday closes the late muddy conJiuoo. of Uie road fur the preieat. Cockt. The Spring aessioa of the Court or Ummon Fleas was commenced on Men day last, Judge. Conant, ot RaTcnna, presi cuig. judge Frease is now holding; court al M?w Lisbon. . Euxxst Krao, Esq., late associa'c r litor of the R and Ri. of this city, took the Monday eveniug tiain for Philadelphia. Mr. Kuijj Is an accomplished reporter and -journalist,' auil will be a valuable acquisition to any first clans daily journal. Ho is a gen tluman of extensive leading and a ready writer. H. 6. Beuikx is doing an extensive busi ness in tho buying and selling of Real Es tate a an aj-nt. Ho gives special attention to conveyancing, and all matters appertain ing to Lis busine'U Real Estate." Per sons desiring to buy or sell, find he offers tUeui unusual inducem...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1869

The Democrat. Scraps from Arthur Help's New Book. r ,? A i i I used to dislike Nero. I am now told that he wsa a most estimable gentleman, and has been quite mis understood until the present time. If , be fiddled at all It was not during the ' fire, but alter the fire, to collect eub- ! acriptlona for the sufferer. Here aro a half dozeu proverbs: j Say It ofteu men aa well as parrots, will Bay It too. j , The ants march in one line, and f overrun kintrdom. The clever lizard leaves hla tail in your hand. Before the Journey Is over the dog has run twice the distance. . A lie last for a day, but it may be the day. While the lightning lasted two bad men were friend.. And here is afablo: The Pascha rested by the fountain, the flowing waters of which made aa oasis in the desert. His horse and his camel cropped with delight the green herbage neai the fountain. Their shadows lay strongly and darkly upon the gra.-a "How beautiful," said the horse, "is that dark form which move as 1 move. Wha...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 March 1869

AV MCR ECO n A.iSOo llhW i.l Jno -nt-H T?iO:i'H nl -lole-S TERMS OF-l: .J i ferenio ey viii-eekkaataai nm adeae nplWtJ'VI t w4r-aWt .W40 lo lift DIRECTORY. "ragnffig: -j Jlw 1 imnmia rr-i:J k xJum-u tij JW'tuT iItf.t. C. 1'oiler, ArcUiMHrfd 1UJOII I AUtUGliltiTH. "t J.QEIUEU. 0KUiiflldTvArTVI!NR-1V V airi. Canton, Ohio. R"'. WILLIAMS 'ctV.' "'VTS . Vnarmac-otiate nd O'"' Pl,jr" ' 1,1 '""." -rtnta.OUe. Patwll Mtilttlkev Axor rirst door WearorroaeuNice. Maia earovi, Aldaac,. Orrte:i - Wlr:rtHli yriu4. t l oiw da;Otn4ithU, ...u :-Jviui il.iunJf. ". ! vi ! . .... i J.1.:?. yftiviiuri-i !. fcnenAjrr A.txfensLoai)KVF;rYMirri a eV Tiolhi".. AC fca-TurkWa. "" J.: i i.; :i p.r0'ffrrut.Tf' M'i I I. an tS: tjTARK.rurNTy DKMOCUAT-A. M..t' m l n kiki.-ihj -nmfrimi rwi7w i'rllrr. - 4wo.-tt rr lioHvlNDING. -I 1 IVi '-'M! IUVM A A KM! MUnMK nromoll KtlaaUni U. dllrjl U rt Kio JrTin Urti4 I)lfTNCJ A UAAS. OIKllTAKXltfl. fh 1 11 ic, and H,kd1 (iytitfuoi ' t wo ! finny-1 T- Ttltra -!. 1 rcl .01 utfHO'...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 March 1869

(Sl)r: pcmocrat. WEDNESDAY:::::::::: MARCH 3. A. McGSEOOB, EDITOR. Congress. The opinion prevails la Washing- ion mat mere win be a irotracted session of Congress after the 4th of march. The present Concress seems unineiy to pass all the regular annu a! appropriation hills. Several of these bills have been held back with the hope that Mr. Washburn, chair man ot the appropriation committee. "woold recover from his illness, but he despairs ot being: ready for duty again in this Congress,amlMr. Blaine lias assumed chajo of them, lie can hardly be able, however. to press them all through within the remaining nine days of the session. There are other important measures, moreover which ought not to be ix-rmltted to wait until next wlnter-tConspicuous iy among them tho adoption of some definite financial policy. Ii2. and Hep. So ! "A protracted session after the ; 4th of March 1" "The adoption of - Dome definite financial policy!" 1 "Other important measures !" That is the neqro 'reconstru...

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. — 3 March 1869

WEDNESDAYuinx:::s:MARCH 3. New Advertisements. Cincinnati Cummerr-lal llalstead & Wall Paper John Ht-Gregor. Teacher' Examination D. Woriey. Brick Machine II. Ureise. Co, Homeopathic Physician B. F. Council, Machine tiwungs, Ax. J oho Laird A Co. Oats for BaleLevl Stump. Patent Bod Bottom and Chair Springs -A M. Blake. World a , Reaper and Mower . BaU & ...... ... kURWAtx Licascaa. David W Rider to Isabella Exllae, L L Army to E M Heeter, borate, u i iK uxiaocy Jloore. Uvury A frisson to 'Jane Clay, Arett W Erwtn to Alice 11 Cobb, John Uoyd to Margaret icwi, unl K Van oorhla to Sarah Got shall. ' ' ,,J "turn CU-Uad aud Maasilluu Railroad Las now aVMtl one hundred and twrntr fire men employed. Over two miles fit Uie road Led between Clinton ,anj Fulton, hare liceii comrnWd; and irta Vjrpecteil that car to tlu-. Uu( pUc will be rujauiij by Hi first of April inrxC v , , " Wi learn that t.corge Sliiliiran, con of Mr? Jas. Mlllhjau, of thin plac. was kilted ou Fiitlagr : W by the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 March 1869

The Democrat. The Democrat. [...] citizens of Ironton and Hanging Rock Arofelt&ralraiiiEff LKe lfliSil- ges across river of 1 llrth, ufHarmA -ftet Bpan,nd If as n;titudeTthan 115 I A bill passed' "tlio Senate i 6 ail- turnpikes upon the Tine of county roads. Another bilr rso passed that bjidjirO pimisii. ie-.cvas4.oi lof Ulrs-"oft tftrripiftg M-d&KMr tParr, of Iickkifr.intcoilusecb-a bill etruction of turnpike roads, either I Dy uonaiions or uy mnus i proprfcr' of thq ieutir -counU', wh1&atirtd-JlV,tlSlliNES. interests of their counties require .such ttmn 3i Mi 1 1 ovj 5 The bill providing lor the pay- mentof th6Haifb 'atfWfrom thesaid Jha. Morgan, throws Ohib rlWSj-JpaSSfh'HDTlse.:!.'' Mr.' fiennis, 6T Cleveland, intro- duceeVah'intiolt.t) in the House this afternoon. 'Its rb?rt1f ifdi(l0lfhi.tta.n .roadrr iOmpjUeSi;.Wlueh,liaV ual-4 ,readp, ;Q,r .axereafter, ine.l, to loi-m aoauaiiui-uiie..ai ro4a bettftthifsl!otlefeiTOp.P purchase or consolidate wltli anjt Other COmpu...

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. — 10 March 1869

' pcmoctaU A. M'CRECOR SON , PUBLISHERS. TERMS OF BfltoCRJPTION. CASH, IS ADTaJTB. .... 3,00 A failrtra to aotify a di--ontlruaaca at the end or t-1s time ' (uhaer.bad for will b ronsidcrsd lb hm as a aaw aBgagamsBlor atitasariptifiB. as"Mo pspsr will ha disuOBttBUsd sxcvbI al lbs opdoo of tha publishers. DIRECTORY. t J ARCIIlTiXT. PLAIN AND ORNAMKN lal llaatisr. Canluu. Ohio. Rrierrart), F. H. Mnn, K-o. r. Caatos. S. C. Purler, Arcbltwt, l.'iviuad. 1 J PU .cIIfcB. A lJH UUU1STS. C-i OC1UKR. DRUGGIST. KAST Tt'SCARAW- a straff. Cantos. Onto. RO. WILLIAMS CO.. dkvuuwis . rtarraacrouals and Oou.ra, Mm , la Draica -Patau. Oil. Palrat ModlcixM, Dyo stuns, c -Firs door W of Post, !, Main strast, Alllauca, Ohio. sav-PrsacriyUooa praparco day oc Bight. TAILOKINU . I KKCUANT TAILOR ABSALOM KITT. AND li.aisr 10 t'lota., CaorS.oar Vf"lin. Km-ly . :a.l ClotlMBg. AO. jo, Oillo. at ail boors Eaa 1 u-csrsaas biral, Caa- PRINTING. LJTARK Priatara. COCNT1 DEMOCRAT A. McGregor Pulilisuers, and rlaia ...

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. — 10 March 1869

ft ft l)r pcmucrat WEDNESDAY:: .-.MARCH 10. A. McGEEGOB, EDITOR. NEWS ITEMS. "Wisconsin, following tho exam ple of Kansas, Nevada and "West Virginia, has ratified theCon Btitntional Amendment. . Nathaniel ilcWhorter, of Car ...roll County,--Georgia killed his father a. few days since byknock . ' ing him in the head with an ax. i The old man was in liquor and was trying to shoot his son. The Assemblies of the Old and New School Presbyterian Church es meet in New Vorkonthe third Thursday in next May. It is gen erally believed a union of the two bodies will be effected. The " decrease in the value of land in Florida is shown by the fact that at a recent sale by the United States Marshall, several of the most valuable tracts in Leon county, sold under execution, at a dollar an acre in currency. Be fore the war the same land was worth ST per aero in gold. The Illinois State Senate is an apt pupil of Congress in matters of decency. A scene took place on Saturday, which, for a time, .creat...

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. — 10 March 1869

-WEnNESDAY,:::::::::::MARCH 10. PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICES. Notice is hereby given to the 'Democracy of Jackson township, that they meet at the Center School house, on Saturday, JJarch a th, 1SG9. for the purpose of nominating a township ticket to be supported at the coming April election. , Poll will be open from l'to 6 o'clock P. M. Let all turn JOHN HAMMER. Central Committeeman. ' The Democracy of Lake town ship are requested to meet on the tXHh ' of. March, at their usual place of holding primary meetings r-aml by ballot put in nomination ticket, to be supported at the ensuing April election A jood attendance is desired. -"" EDWARD BERRY. Central Com. tJ r( The Democracy of Plain." towu- -snip are requested to meet on the ' 27th rf March, at their usual plae of holding primary meetings v and -by ballot put ia nomination i ! a ticket to be supported at the v- r ensuing April election. A good attendance' is desired. :'. LEVI McKINNEY, Centr'l Com. .'rl-'5- V:UI!P??''9 ' Bucyrus; was...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 March 1869

The Democrat. CAPTAIN JINKS OF THE HORSE MARINES. AND MISTRESS JINKS OF MADISON SQUARE. Since Uio exit of Wood's Minstrels every ' body goes along ' humming or whistling " "Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines," and knowing that many of our readers will be pleased thereby, we publish this week all about the hero of the "Horse Marines," and his heroine ' "Mistress Jinks of Madison Square." The latter Is s capital piece from Wux 1L II ats, of Louisville, Ky., who, since the death of poor Foster id the most versa tile and accomplished Songwriter in the United Slates, and whose productions can only be found in 'Peter's Musical Monthly.' Many of our readers will recognize Mrs Jinks, the lady who flourished during the Abolition War, by her shodily style . 'I wear fine clothes and I puff my hair," and will not bo slow to locate her in Bucy rus as easily as in the aristocratic mansions of 'Madison Square." Ckawfokd Co., FfMJM. CAPTAIN JINKS OF THE HORSE MARINES. i i: ' I am Captain Jinks ot m...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 March 1869

&l)c pcthocraU a a. A . r- T A. M'CnECOR ft SON, . PUBLISH ERS. TXEJlS OT BCB.CRirTION. CASH. IS JJJTA5S. - - - A fcilnn to aotilr a di mucoBc el the ef tie time eubacriUd Tor will to eenanlered the eame ea a new engagement or eubecrlplion. rjWlTo irr tern e .Vneenliniawt -eteeyt ai the am ... ... . J e (iihn or tae )tninwf - - J " .'DIRECTORY. j,., i -if 1 f m i 1 If ii J re ' 7t.M .aj -4 ARCHITECT. 11 1 rUM-UKBT. PLAIN AND ORNAMKN , k. MjrB- r, Uui. 8. C JVartrr. Arebiu-ctj "'"iJitCUGlHTS. ill V J.UUUEK. DUCUaiST.KAST.Tl'SCARAW. ' ' eu-eea, Caruon. lQii' '- k -wirTTAMS. CO.. DnCCKnT8AND a v- -- . ii i urnaa . ' - rvtrne. Oil., Hut-nt Mc.ltrln.-e, D-vo blf Vi.iiSr -. , rironr W..t ..f P.t Umre. SUIn ,"A,Vimi " '-"'Olii.. rtfwHuUnul prraared t all ""j. TA1I.OKINO- M' FKCUANTTAltAK-AIALOH K1TT. A5ID ,l.r id noin. t ....nr VUob. K-ty PH1NTINC1. VnHH COWVrD-'tM;ltATA MaOr-j HuulisH.r. fta ! l.o-od ncj Job -JiMur. - - - i uwOKI XDINW. i1 II1UM BOOK-BINDEit A .lWM Pnaipily uoua u.. l...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 March 1869

i;ul'.u)e ''pcntocrot. TWCDNE3DXTYui:x:sMARCII 17. 1 it A. McGEEaOa,' EDITOR. NEWS ITEMS. , Odd closed at 131 1 and 131 , in New . . i ork, yesterday , Dr. Mudd has been released from the Dry Tortngas, and arrived at Key .. Weat Mniuli en route North. A Mrs. Ladd died day before ye terday. In Hartford, Conn,, at the age ei oae hudiad and eight . Extensive preparations are. being made for the dedication of the natlon , a! soldiers' monument, at Gettysburg, on the 1st of July 1st. " 'The Wisconsin Les&flature has ad - Joarned sine die' Seven hundred and four bills -were Bigd by the Uover nor, and a dozen vetoed, . . t Thoe. O. Oerrlah, City Treasurer of Lowell, Mass., confesses to embei-rJisg- $00,000 or more of the city fundi. , Ma has been Bptctii&unc NearXeni, day before yesterdays .. Jlenry C. Edmonson shot ana killed George Miller, after he refused to - "take back" words that he had spo ken about the former. - Louisa Elghmie, one of the victims of the bigamist Cunningham,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 March 1869

WT;DNESDAY,:::::::::::MARCII 17. PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICES. Notice, is hereby given to the Democracy of Jackson township, tfiat they meet at the Center . School house, on Saturday, March i ul, 1 SCO, for the purpose ' of . Bominatinfir a township ticket to be- supported at the coming April election. Polls will be open ftora 1 te. 6 oVlock P. M. Let all turn JOHN HAMMER, Central Committeeman. The Democracy- of Lake town - ship are requosted to meet on the 20th of March, from C to 9 p. m., .'.at their usual place of holding elections, and by ballot put in nomination a tfcket to be aup: ported. at the ensuing April elec- tion.' ' A good attendance ia de- ftixoci EDWARD BERRY. Central Com. . The Democracy of Plain town ship axe requested to meet on the 27th "Of March, at . their nsuai 'places of holding primary meet ings, and by ballot put in nomi nation a ticket to be supported at the ensuing April election. A good attendance is desired. LEVI McKINNEY, Central Com. .The Democracy of Tus...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 March 1869

The Democrat. THE DAPPLE MARE. Xa uncieit Legend Yersuied and Diversified. BY JOHN G. SAXE. 'tOnce oo fc time," m ancient talea declare, "There lived ft farmer in a quiet dsvl In Massachusetts; but exactly when Or where is really more than I can tell, Except that, quite abort the public bounty, lie lived within hi mean and Bristol ouua- - l5y patient labor aud unceasing care lie earned,aod o enjoyed,his dally bread; Contented alway with frugal fare. Ambition to be rich ne'er vexed his head; And th.us unknown to envy, want or wealth tie flourished 1 U In comfort, peace ami health. The gentle partner of hi humble lot. The joy aud jewel of hi wedded life, Discharged the duties of bis humble col Like a true woman and a faithful wif' ; n;r mlud iuiir ved by thought and useful reading Oood manners and nine children showed breeding. Grown old at lar-t, the farmer citUni his on. The youngest (and the favorite, I tup- pose,) And sad: - long have thought, my uarl log John, Tis tuutt to brlnf ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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