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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 November 1875

Poetry. Tin New York' Herald tolls of Sankey'B olo in these lines : "Sankey's singing, bag no tricks of vo ekljW Take an average Sunday (School eiiioer and magnify the volume of his oice eighteen or twenty times, apd you have Sankey. But it is not his .clear, full rounded voice alone that has made him so successful. His hymns have a music in them that possesses a great charm for the mass of church-going peo ple who neither understand nor care for the darzling intricacies of operatic or concerted musicl The following .is the first solo Mr. Sankey sung. A strong de sire was felt to hear him alone. In the previous hymns his voice was drowned in the tremendous volume of sound that went np with a will from, five thousand pairs of lungs. The repetition of the last line in each" verse had an impressive. effect:" ' ', ' ' Tcnk "Yonr Mission." 'A "Hark! the voice of Jesus crying- ' ' ' . " ' 'Who will go and work to-day? ' , " ' Fields are white and harvest waiting ; " " ; n '" WhowlU bear t...

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. — 4 November 1875

twui ifVirnibhAdLo dbaeribeni at $2 er years II tor lU monthi; fifty cent lor three Month, Invariably In advance. OoaaawoNDmci, containing Important newj solicited from all part of thi oonnty. Writers aame and address required on every commuuic I on a a private guarantee of good faltl4 Bnslnes Cards oue dollar per line per year. Ko 0rd inserted for less than three dollar per year. ...1 .ui in Turn column on fifth page, . . - . i. n.r linn rh lnnertion. II wnea wr - r ... . ji-. m.ttr twnntv oenti per line. uuimtq ui nuui No noUos will be inserted for lea than fifty cent. Tearly advertiser aUowed the privilege of ajbanging their aaverusemeuw Doable column advertleementi per cent. ad. All transient advertisement must beacoompa rriod with the caib. ABVMTMmaKTt, to injure Insertion, mud U feuded in by Wednesday noon. Bate of advertising furnished on application Addret all communication to a. McGregor a son, Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISHED, A. D. 1 833. A. McGREGOR, Editor. Lane, Democrat, is ...

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. — 4 November 1875

Business Items. 7 V ' 'ji it v f i t: W.L)FOULK, BOBIMK88 MANAGES PEnA'A.TJHIO & W. VA. PRESS. ASSOCIATION : , . ';, pirrHBtiBuii, pa.,; . ,'j a our only authorized Agent to recede and eo tctt, Advertisement tor thli paper, . AU PUU, burgh advertisements to us must come through into agency, or they will receive no notice, what-' ' i i " "READING WITHOUT TSARS," if miM rallam Tour eves of hurtful strain, ff you would prevent loss of light, or mi soothe the Ughttoyoureyeses to render reaaing pu j.h as well u ft mental pleaure, use the "Diamond Spectacles," having a drill diamond stamped on Fot tela in Canton by , DEUBLE BROS. furs FVRS I The largest and cheapen stock of Fun in Stark oounty at Wlnterhalters, No. 17 Pubiio Square. TUB NEW lOJtOOGH TRAIN TO CBICAGOVIA , , , A..&G. W. RAILWAY. Thepropoied new through Hue between New York and Chioago, via the Krle to Salamanca; and Irom Salamanca to Cleveland over the Atlan tic & Great Western ; from Cleveland and to Shel by Ju...

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. — 4 November 1875

Poetry. WHY HE SIGHED. '"'i dbndt mourn, sweet wife of mine, "J ' '' Botuth(t8t ruby ltjuor thine "' .' :"' ci l v iii'iiTlmt morblebrow Vi .: y.Were Idised by pne who ruigh have been; i, , Had I not ciiwiced to step between , . (tuf ...33 'thy husband1 now. rfjiw !;('. .''"I I.HUl , ':, i,, Ido, not grieve because tliy hearti t,L ' Ere Cupid douched it with piy dart, ... ilJ ' "u Tor him, would beat' " i toor that Ihe hail Which owns my ting ' " " iwlOnceworehto gift, a t'Mtapali'l thirff-d v. " ho'I .id iii.i'H H'v v.4i i I nigh iiot tbathli arms' we're placed 1 " 'l! ' " kI Some toon of ttmea around your waist, ' . I 8o sweet and slim, , . i. j, t Ah no, my love! the woe you nee Is mine because you wedded me , Ui,iT ihw ; 'instead of him!' J ' WHY HE SIGHED. —London Fun. Miscellaneous. TTHE ; TRUE ' FINANCIAL ISSUE. HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION— THE CROWNING GLORY OF TRIUMPH LEFT FOR PENNSYLVANIA. CINCINNATI, Oct. 22, 1875. lion. H. B.' Wright, Chairman Democ...

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. — 4 November 1875

Miscellaneous. MOODY SOME ACCOUNT OF THEIR FIRST SERVICES IN THE BROOKLYN RINK—TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE PRESENT. A ki", .V) New York, October, 24,-Thq first of Moody and Sarikey's' rWi vol 'services were Mid 'JU the Brbbklynj RhktKte rnornhiyooinrneifcingatv8!30iani'trini- sand persons were waiting for the doors JoJ.l'liitiiin nftri'irPh? nrtm menced the building was filled' through out. Mr. Moody taking his place oH the rostrum at. the edge of the large plat foruicontuining a chorus of 250, opened - the sermon-by announcing- the hymn commencing "Rejoice and be Glad, the Eedeemer has Come," which was given with imposing effect by the chorus and congregation. Rev. Dr. Buddington then prayed at considerable length and with a fervor that deeply moved the people. He prayed that as ,'th'e tribes of Israel werS oow assembled-' before the Lord, 1 lie woultf signalize bis acceptance of , .heir heuia,e ;and desire to glorify Him and that the power of God would rest upon the assemblage with grace ...

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. — 4 November 1875

DEATH OF MRS. CLARA HEFFLEMAN. i' It boomeH our painful duty tp record Ute leiih Of thin excellent woim. n,lie getifle ultirii pawed nwfty pouf'ly '' i hopefully hurt night between ten and eleven o'clock, at the residence of her tuWnnd mother, Mr. J. p. and, Mw. lima Reifenidci, on Collr-fre Htreet.' This lovely woman wan the wife of Mr. John HclllemftD. ' She was twenty-lhree years and six months of ape, and died of con sumption, that relentless destroyer of bo many of our race. Clara was conscious until within a few minutes of her happy 'departure to the home of the bleat, and, before she breathed her last, she called iw Manila har bpikida and bid them (U 1. "J.'iiu w - - alt an affectionate good-bye, commend ing thein to the graeeof God. Clara was one of the truly excellent of the earth, beloved by a large circle of friends be came of her many Christian virtues and superior qualities of mind and heart, and exceedingly benevolent and .tender hearted, as all her neighbors can testi...

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. — 11 November 1875

V m Vim ft. . . - -Jt hi .... V-:'- " r ..'111 w VOL; 42. KOI 23. !'; ? CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 11, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers 1 rn iut &uwre The Democrat. MSSILLON CORRESPONDENCE. Thanksgiving day is oil Thursday the zoin. v - ' Arther W. Brown who , vith Mr. Francis WarthorBt.. went to South Amer ica n search of employment) as a, civil engineer, roiurneu uu xuesuay. Late as it is in the season, a large num ber of new buildings, business and dwell tag houses, are under way and are hur rying to- completion. ' ' 1 1 L ' 1 :'' ' StnciDK. Mrs. Schneider, wife . of a saloon keeper in the Third Wardi com mitted suicide by hanging on Monday afternoon.v . , !!.'. ''i ' A movement is making to open Charles i r 1 i i T.V. . ,i ! i. l Street irum rucvury w xaoi. Aiingiit. The depot policemen for the Pittsburgh Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway in this city are Ignatius Maser and Edgar B. Beeley. The boot and shoe store of Mr, J, B Wert in Harsh'a block on Main street, was success...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 November 1875

This appeal was rejected In the Senate by a party vote, every Republican Sena tor voting for repudiation and every Democrat standing up for the honor of New York. That act of bad fuith tainted its credit for vears, and sunk the va uo of its bonds below the price commanded by the securities of smaller and poorer States. It also hurt the credit of the General Government and added millioiiB to our debt. Upon this point Lucius Robinson separated from his party. It was not until after the htpse of years, when another Democrat was elected Governor, that the disgrace was wiped out. In 18i5, at a Democratic meeting at Seneca Falls, "the inflation of our currency" was denounced "as dangerous to the business interests of the country.' In 1806, at the great meeting held at this place, it was stated tnat -we an agree wo must come to Specie Tayments; that we oncht III1V7 at a Rlata rvmuAntinn. in disCUBSinK the controversy about the rightful way of paying the national Donas wmca were not by thei...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 November 1875

Poetry. UNPUBLISHED POEM OF BURNS. ' ,: i r , I i r-( - . f f ; ) Tto trout in yonder wimpllng burn That glides, a tllTcr dart, , And safe beneath a shady thorn .... Defies the angler's art: ,, , Hy life wu once that eareleu stream, That wanton trout was 1 1 . , ; But love wi' unrelenting beam Bai scorched my fountain! dry. n Taai little flow'ret'i peaceful lot . In yonder cliff that grows, ' 'i,,, Which, ure the llunefi flight, I wot, r No ruder visit knows, , . , ,fu mine, Ull lore bad o'er me passed ll; And blighted my bloom; , '' And now beneath the withering blast Ify youth and joy consume. Ifcewaien'd Wreck warbling iprlngt, And ollmba the early sky, Winnowing blithe bis dewy wlnga In morning's rosy eye: , ' At little reckt I sorrow's power, .. . i TJntU the flow'ry mare 0 witching love, in luckless hour, Hade me the thrall o' care. UNPUBLISHED POEM OF BURNS. Miscellaneous. Schurz as he Was. What the Republican Party Leaders Thought of Him in 1872. THE REJECTED STONE THAT HAS ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 November 1875

Taa Dimockat is furaUhed to subscriber atW per year, II for six month; fifty ceut for three month, Invariably In advanoe. CoMWONDiXoi, containing Important new, niixiu from all rrt of the county. Writer name and address required on every oommunlca 1 on M a private guarantee of good faith. ih.in nardi one dollar per line per year. No cud inserted for lea than three dollars per year. niufnoM Nottow In Item column on fifth page. nterted tor ten cent per line each insertion. If uerfed in reading matter, twenty cent per line. Ho notloe will be Inserted for less than fifty oenta. Tearly advertiser allowed the privilege of Ohanging their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per cent, ad ; ditlonaL ' A 11 transient advertisements must be acoompa- ; Bled with the cash. . .-. Abvirtiskm iters, to Insure Insertion, must be banded In by Wednesday noon. Bate of advertising furnished on application all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. ghc etnoctpt ESTABLIS...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 November 1875

Business Items. , ; W. L FOVLK, : ioeaoas manager penn a, ohioow, va. 1 '; jpREs AssociAtioN, i 1 1 ; Pittsburgh, pa.,-, u.t j on only authorized Agent to receive end eo- I tt( KwHuiuuiu ft this nua. All PIUS. burgh advertisements to us must come through this teener, orthey will receive do notice what- . v, ; WOt J aWAAAUg uwtumivx mwv vw- . gay Toilet Soap. Be says It I cheaper than dirt, ; " - .'I .ft.. II , HI MILLINERY. ' ,tH (he'lete novettfesin Hate, Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Ac., in-greatest variety and at lower prices than any house In Stark oounty, at 0. A, - Wlnterheltera. - 1 "'"!- - ' .. . v. T7Ti ' Why Will Too suffer from Rheumatism' Sprains, , Btiff Joints,8welllngs, Burns, Scalds or Weak Back when the Centaur Liniment affords certain relief. Many article soothe pain to a certain extent, but the Oentaur Liniment cure. The White Liniment U for the hnman family, the. Yellow Liniment fa for bones and animals. oct7'76gd.i MORES AND WAGON FOR SALS, a' good, young aorrel ...

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. — 11 November 1875

Poetry. DEED AND A WORD. A little spring had lost tta way Amid the grass and fern; A pawing stranger scooped a well, Where weary men might turn; Be walled It In and hnng with care ' A ladle at the brink; Be thought not of the deed he did, But Judged that toll might drink. He passed again, and lot the well, By summer never dried, Em cooled ten thousand parched tongues, And laved a life beside. A nameless man amid a crowd That thronged the dally mart, Let fall a word of hope and lore, Unitudled from the heart; A whisper on the tumult thrown, A transitory breath; It railed a brother from the dust, It aaved a tout from death. 0 germ I 0 fount I 0 word of love I 0 thought at random cart I Ye were but little at the first, But mighty at the hull —Charles Mackey. —Charles Mackey. Miscellaneous. THE PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. If anybody can tell us the significance f the Pennsylvania election of to-day in regard to the question of finance, we shall Ve much indebted therefor. The audacity of the ...

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. — 11 November 1875

Poetry. RAOSALIE. When thoa, lnll thy loveliness, . Sweet Rosalie, wert mine, Of earth's one more, of heaven's one lex, I counted things dlvlnel JBat since the Miles o'er tfy breast ": V ; Out of thy sweetness spring, ' Of love's delight I raise the net, j : ; " And keep alone the sting I Till nor I reckon things UvJne (' Mot as I did before;" Earib1 (hire has dwindled down to mine, 1 1 And heaven hu all the more. Miscellaneous. FEMININE ALLUSIONS. A book for lovers is forthcoming. It 1b : "The Kjbs Its history, fiction, poetry and anecdotes." Cecilia Cleveland is said to have writ ten a new book called "The Sigh." She is unmarried. Hero is a bit rof advice given by one , Frenchman to another: 'Jacques, if you keep dn quarreling with everybody who Jovesyour wife, you will soon have no liendB." . . , . , . . , , Von Bulow complains that the classical ladies of Boston who go to hear Wagner and pretend to understand him, do not know enough to ruBtle their fans in time with his music. '...

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. — 11 November 1875

The Democrat. Gov. Allen has just Issued the follow ing proclamation : I i The State of Ohio. 3 William Allen, Governor: Than kscu vino Proclamation i Recog nising an eatabliBhod custom, and re garding it as proper, I designate the last Thursday of this month of JJovember, being the 25f.h duy thereof, as a day for thanksgiving and praver. Let us hope that the people upon that day will rest .from toil and labor, and in their places of public worship, and in the family cir cles, offer devout thanka to God for the blessings of the year, and while thus en gaged may the poor and distressed be properly remembered and cared for. Signed by the Governor and attested ty the Secretary of State. John Morbibsky has been elected to the New York Senate over John Fox by the Republicans. Wonder if John will represent ; the party of "great moral Ideas?" As has been said in old time, "politics makes strange bed fellows." , The names of Mrs. Moulton and Dea con West have been dropped from Ply mouth Chu...

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. — 18 November 1875

Hi; h.'-X.T' siV.fA;. ''lrM;llVrfi.-. .J..'"1 'T&ll'---" ''' ' ' J,-sV . . Jr--iV. --'. -.iW.rfltfi.H "0.TJ i i.' ,.... . ," t.v.i.A i I VtlM' ! jr'. y? a," ' .. VJ-K, Villi 'lllm ' 'f J. --' VOL. 42. N01 24. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 18, 1875. a. McGregor & son, i-uousn m i r i i? m m v m m m mm a. m . 'w m wi ir-m a. ."sv sv jot, - Local News. Local News. PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO R. R. GOINQ win. Ki'I.!fat.iri)ieM...', ,;,...(! ... 6.11 A. W No, i f oiai Kxpre' i ! J )...' f.i ; W P. Ha. 14. Local P. M, ooma iitt. 1 Cblcvco Expretl ... , &00 A. M. 2!:l&.cld-"Xi."Lirui:S: Ma. 4. Clni lnnttl KiprtM ... 0:49 P. M. Ho. . Atluitic KxpreM v -WM P. M. KHM4loiioliiop,' i jiff;i,ylj .'flu CLEVELAND MT. VERNON DELAWARE CLEVELAND MT. VERNON AND DELAWARE R. R. .t.I'V.V :V " . Hawillom Branch: ; , , imnw4'": wutuwabd. 6 M A. M. LeavaMwwiUon , Arrive 7:0u P.M 7-10 do do Millport do 6:42 do T do do Canul Fulton do 6:28 do 7.SS do do Clinton do 8:14 do K party of ! Philade...

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. — 18 November 1875

Poetry. "THE PENNY YE MEANT TO GI'E." There'! funny tale of "an, - , . Who as none too good, but might hav. necr. Who w eutw bis church on a 8unday night, i And carried along bU well filled purse, j When the sexton came with hl begging-plate, The tburch was but dim with the candle's light The si Jngy man fumbled all through his purse, Am I choso a colu by touch and not sight. It's a a odd thing now that guineas should be Bo like unto pennies In shape and slas. "1'U '' rive a penny," the stingy man said; "T j be poor must not gifts of pennies despise." Tlio Ai "Th "Ic penny fell down with a clatter and ring I Id back In his seat leaned the stlugy man. world is so full of the poor," he thought, , HiUclptnem all-I give what I can." Da I ha I how the soxton smiled, to be sure, T 0 see the gold guinea fall in hU plate ; Ha ), how the stingy man's heart was wrung, I Jerccivlng his blunder, but Just too late I "N ! b matter," he said ; "in the Lord s aooount That guinea of gold ib sei auwu...

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. — 18 November 1875

Poetry. HE YIELDED. Tom,' you shall take a wife." "Now love i for- bid I" ! If II")UK ,nU(. ,.'1 found you on last night'!. 'The deuce 1 did I" l it. .:( 'uilil.i'l '..;-i 70U ,"Bofflf-porhap ; ibo'U, ploaser you.'1 '."Ob of "Eighteen I" "Alarming I" "Wttty." "Nay, that's ' " (worser , , ; .- , l"J)iiicroeU' ."AlljOiowl'' "HftDdrome." ,!'To .,,, follows I" l . V....I ' -' V "''' lure ..'High borri." "Ay, haughty f, ; "Render hearted.' -.joaiuuai . i.: , nr. i . .i -' Talenti overflowing." "Ay, enough, sluice me I' And then, Tom, such a fortune I"; "Introduce ,., , mer i -.. ,-. . -j HE YIELDED. Miscellaneous. THE WHISKY RING. i. Bome of the Republican Rings and ronties who long flourished with impuni ty, and were protected by1 bflicial power vwhile notoriously engaged ' in tne uov leroinent, appear to be corning to grief very unexpectedly.', James S.' Negley, who represented Pittsbgrgh in Congress for a x vears. and R.R. Butler, who rep resented the First District of Tennessee fnrlf...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 November 1875

r.., u rumlahed to iMbacrfbert at li aery llforeix months; fifty oenU tor thm .MOthz, InvarUituly U adraoce, . . . V . ' coaaxaroHDXKC-a, containing Important nw,i MiicMed from all part of U eouuty. Wrltort and addreat required on every eommunlca loo m a, private guarantee of good fsvlth, )DeetCrfcone6VUarperUneperyer. No etrd Inserted for less than three dollars pur year. . JtoilMM Notice In Item oolumnt on fifth page, MerMdfci ten cent pwllMch ItuerOoa. II . netted In rdln matter, twenty centa per line. Ho ftotloe wlU.be Inserted fur km than fifty conta, ' ' Tearly advertOwrt allowed the privilege b( chancing their advertise meutt quarterly.' ; Dooble column advertlaementi 25 peroent ad ditional. A 11 transient advertiaementt must be tooonipa iedwith the cash, l ; ' ''".. ;',"',' I : AsviiTiiuiiim, to lurarc Insertion, etuel be kanded in by Wednesday noon. ' Ratei of advertising famished on application jkddrew all pommauieationa to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton Ohio. ghc glcmoqnf....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 November 1875

Business Items. W., I FOIJLK, BCBIKXH8 MANAGER FENITA.OHIO & W, VA. . PRESS ASSOCIATION, -'.' , PJTTHBCBaH, PA., . i' Ti am bbW authorized Aeeut lo receive and licit Advertisement for this paper. All Pius, burg advertisements to us muni come inrongn kbit agtjncy, or they will receive no notice wnav ever, : 1 " ' Now ti Die winter of our discontent made glo- rlourt samn M by the elegant stock of winter sands lii ha found at A.' Kilt & Co'l. aouth west tide Publle Square. " GONE EAST. Wra, H. Fwguson, tire enterprising queeniware dealer U now )n New York, purchasing an entire new stock of the choicest wares, embracing china, glass, crockery, porcelain, and all other goode In that Hue. lie will also select and for ward an Immense stock of toys, for the holidays, which will be one of the finest ever Been lu this auction. Walt for him. Why will yon suffer from Rheumatism- 8pralni Stiff JolnUi.Hwellings, Burns, Scalds or Weak Hark, Dhei um) Centaur Liniment affords certain relief....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 November 1875

Poetry. ' A Coiobado pout sends the Denver ".Trilmt o "Ode to Ortum," We liave joom, unfortunately, but for the two con' :dudlng rtwwaa.'' i""., - ' ," "u I would not dy In Ortum, j "1 With peaches At for eaUn.', , ' ,, ' ' When the wavy koru Is gottln' ripe, ., "' ',' A the candidates are treatln'. ,,. ' When,sassldgonioatlaphryhiV " "; And hickory nuu U thick, ' " "; "' " Ow, who would think of dying" " ' "" Or even getting itck t ' ' ' '' Poetry. Miscellaneous. LIFE BENEATH THE WAVES. BY CAPTAIN BOYTON. ' Soon afterward I worked down Into the Gulf of Mexico. The first coral raised was in Catoche. Knocking around about there I heard of the loss of the schooner Foam. The first mate and three men got saved, but the captain, his daughter, and three men i got lost, elnng round te see if she could be raised, After we'd spent the best part of the week we sailed over her and dropped anchor. It was a lovely Sunday morn ing when we struck her. She lay in sixty feet of water on a bottom as ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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