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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 December 1875

Poetry. The following, Intended to commemo rate the fat of a' tract pedler who sat down on a can of nitro-glycerlne to rest himself, Was submitted - to the" poet Chilus, and pronounced contraband : i To the azure' depth! of the upper air, ' ' Hi) body bad flown', flown, flown, And ever the landscape everywhere' Abitpfhlmhora, audabltofhlmthore- , ItnowJiej Hrewn, strewn, ttrewn; But bis soul, t believe, and am willing to swear, Is grandly climbing the golden stair, Ton anti-glycerine tune;" ' 1 i . : Gone where they don't put It up In cans, ; 1 ; : ' ' Poetry. Miscellaneous. Poetry. Miscellaneous. MICHIGAN BANK ROBBERY. MASKED BURGLARS BUCK AND GAG A WATCHMAN, BLOW GAG A WATCHMAN, BLOW UP A BANK SAFE AND GET GAG A WATCHMAN, BLOW UP A BANK SAFE AND GET AWAY WITH $17,428. [Adrian (Mich.) Times. A band qf, 'brigands took possession of f, ne ciiy pi juonroe unit uigui or rututsr this morning, and appear to have worked their own sweet , will, with, people and property. Opinions differ as...

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. — 9 December 1875

PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Continued From First Page. Coim'tiihiwU?olille Miint orexwtrliil1ort Ut be a imlural and Inhcront rli:ot if H people , while nmny oilier nations hsve laws uiuvlillng what formalities shall he unwary to work a channo of allt'Klmre, the Unlteil HUUes ha enact eU the nnivMons of law, and lias In no resU marked out how and when expatriation may 1 accomplished by h cllln. ' 1 i' e. bmniilit to the attention of the Ooverninei whore citlioimof the I'niU-cl Statet here natiirllMJ or native bom, have formally lieeoine ''HI"'"" ' Lubjecw of foreign power, but who nev the e-. I the absence of any provisions of i lat on these qucsUnna. when Involved In difficulties or whTJt seem, to be U their Inlerwt el. Im to be cliius of ilie United States, and demand the in-U- venUon of a Government which they have since abandoned, and to which for years J hoy have rendered no service, not he) thomwiveii imrnenable. . In other cases, naturalized c sen, immediaudv after n,K' ',?B?StS to t...

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. — 9 December 1875

Business Items. BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIQ & W, VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, 1 1 v " v r, ' f MM 'HT' :'T 18 Ms; Ii our truly authorised- Agent W feeerVe ina to-' Belt Advertisement for this paper. All Pitt, burgh advertisement to' us must come through inia agency,, iney wuj receive no nouce wqa GREA1 EXCITEMENT IN SLEEPY HOLLOW : HIGHLY IHTEkESTJlfO MB LADIES, v I would respectfully direct the atten tion of the ladies of Canton and suburbs that the whole stock of Millinery Goods, formerly owned by Mrs. B. Feld. in Lippert'a Block, consisting of Hah) and B6nnetfl trimmed up in thelates styles. . A big lot of boys' and infants' underwear.and everything belonging to a complete Millinery and Trimming Store will positively IrosQld.out at and below cost. Call early to secure good bargains, aa it. must be sold at onco. A) fine wal nut side case, suitable-, for a library, worth five hundred dollarsy show cases, mirrors, etc., will be sold at a bargain. I i Mrs. B. feld and Mrs, Numsu wilf...

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. — 9 December 1875

Poetry. "AT EVENING TIME IT SHALL BE LIGHT." The morning dark'and dreary, 1 ii 'Tfceoloudaall leaden gray, - 1 1 pitiless and rainy, ' , Aaarkwdcheerlewday; j 1 " 1 .'BotlofatHmeofevening ' ,' 11 '-What glory fills the sky I '.' '' '!'Tbesun in gold h setting, " ' " " 'Andelltheshadowifly. " " J Hi ,; .-. ' ' I n t, . : Bo with us, in the morning ' .hi The noon time of our llfo, . . (There often lithe darkening i .!.! Of sorowa many, rife; . .; ... ; ) But lo I at time of evening , , i i ,.Theeloudalltdlippear, , . ,,iTheure and steady shining Of light serene and olear. . . . ' .; . ,, Bo let u never falter, .. ,;. . i, , But llveln cheerful hope;, ,,, l, .For us the blessed Master ;,,(. -, ,, ,'i With golden treasures ope , ,., , : ; With them will crown our evening, . . And, when we come to die, .,.,), !, ,Bta gracious light consoling, . , v , Shall fill our sunset sky. , , "AT EVENING TIME IT SHALL BE LIGHT." —N. Y. Observer. "AT EVENING TIME IT SHALL BE LIGHT." —N. Y. Observer. ...

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. — 9 December 1875

Variety. STATE AND NEIGHBORHOOD. A Coshocton lawyer was indicted last week) fbr stealing coal from the public Schools, l.-j-. liiw '.' ' . ! n I (I iii'i! i, The-Penitentiary now contains 1,213 convicts,' the largest number' ever con fined there. . t ' 'Number rof hogs kllierl in Cincinnati since November 1st, 79,290; same time last year, 05,080. A' i '- t i -i .-! , '' By a eojlisjoi near Dennlsqn, Ohio, oh Thursday", thre employes pf (the. P. C,& ot. jj. ivy. were Kiueu, " An virikridwii disease' is killing off the hogs of Van VVert county. . The disease is fatal in' almost every; case;i i ."Xi (m Daniel Underhill, of Ashtabula county, recently committed suicide by taking flirycnnine, , Nancy Hunt committed suicide at the - Portage-GoHnty- Infirmary-,- by hanging, on ounaay nigui oi last weeK, A little daughter of Abram Gift, of urrviue, was fatally poisoned by chewing maicnes recently. The Adams Express Office and several stores in Steubenville were burned last Wednesdayr o0i...

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 December 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. C ASTORIA.; 1 !! enjoy KJCtwm. BH ij ill""" - . , i i.k ... j .!. h reL if they use Castorla ' . i.v... taothlnir wind CollOi 0"r stomaob Mid undigested maUe chl)dron (froas and produuea sickness. Casfroria wllj assimilate the food, expej worms . .ii n,.iiiiticnL For twenty years!", PUcher experimented In bis private practice to regu , Modooe an effective uunaruu uu - lator which would beu effective at Cartoi ... i i ucta iwmil. . . Oil, WlUlOUl IIS UII1K.'IW ww , The peputation or bis experiment eitended. myatolansand nurses rapidly adopted Mi remedy, to which he gave the name of Castoria. Castoria U as pleasant to take as honey, regulates A Aa not stripe, H adapted to aU agos, contains no alohohol. and absolutely harmless to we mow Try Castoria once, and you will never be with utlt - , Prepared at the Laboratory of J. B. Bose i Co., 41 Dey Street, New York. oct 7 75-gd fltvi mKkVMPTIVSS i tfo advertiser, an old physician. reUred.from mXreZetable remedy, for the sp...

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 December 1875

.'AvVV..'.iv r1, .i VV)'i .. II." j-vl. 1 MrV . .1 , nil ,r, f 1.1 ,'-. . ,i. p VOL. 42. NO 28. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER ! 0, 187). A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers Local News. Local News. LOUISVILLE. Christmas tree will be placed and proper! decorated In both the United Brethren and Re formed Churches on Chrlntn.au, Arrangements are alio being niado, wo are told, to treat tho Sun day School icholani in both churches. The United Brethren Almanac lor 1876, page 41, jn a ihort historical sketch of the American revo Intlon, aay: "The British let loose Indiana and eqnally savage Hessians, The colonlea had, for their allies the brave anq courteous Frenahdien;" Mr, imi H'M Khen'y ci'r. law of 4 W lf j fielld' M- p"f4 'Hm W' moved bwftrtwVi With his famriy.Uid wIllfmAe this his rtsce of residence, Mr Stern is a clever, whole-eonled iicntfemai, axd we are happy in ex tending to him our hand with a hearty welcome. Barney Wcnnlng has again got Into trouble Wlth'the boys. There wa an oytter upp...

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. — 16 December 1875

Poetry. Poetry. ESSENCE OF THE PRESIDENT'S Poetry. ESSENCE OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The present being the ninety-ninth year Of our great and glorious Nation,. , The last decennial census I here - Transmit for your Information. From frlvolouslUlk on whisky rings, i ,i SKhnnok. and similar libels, lt us turn our thoughts to schools and things, And churches, and taxes ana muies. , . As to our present relations with Spain, treat ol that subject fully ; And trust I have made It perfectly plain We can do jiolhlng but bully. Should 11 seom hereafter a popular move Of Cuba to take possession, J may have a scheme for you to approve Before the close ol the session. Berein Is a list of our lron-clads shown, All In excellent trim for fighting ; Deducting such as may have gone down Since the date of this present writing. , My mind Is clear, I beg to state Forme on the ourreuoy question ; -,. The quickest way to contract's to Inflate As gorging ourcs ludigestlon. Jf worthy folk think I do not ...

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. — 16 December 1875

Poetry. "INTRA, MINTRA, CUTRA, CORN." Teniraall hinds upon the spread. ! Five forms kneeling beside the bed, Blue eyea, black eyes; eurly bead ; Blonde, brunette, In a glee and a glow, Waiting the maglo word. Such a row ( . '' ' Seren yean, ilz yean, five yean, two I FtAy fingers all In a line, (Yours are thirty and twenty are mine) Ten sweet eyea that sparklo and ahlno, : Motherly Mary, age of ten, Evens the finger tins again, Olancea along the lino and then ' ' ' ' ' ' "Intrai mlntra, cutra, corn, . i"-' Apple aoed and apple thorn, ; Wire, brier, llmbor lock, Three geese in a Hock, ii Ruble, roble rable and rout, .) ', (1 Y. O. U, T, . Outl" Sentence falls on curly head, ., One woe digit la "gone and dead.'! , Nlne-and forty are left on the spread. , "Intra, mlntra," the flat goes, 1 . Who'll betaken, nobody knows ; ) Only God may the lot dispose. i .1 " la it more than a childish play t ' Btlllyousigh and turn away, Why T What pain In the sight I prayt ' Ut, too true: Aa the Ange...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 December 1875

'WW The Pemkchat Is furnished to subscribers at 12' .j4irycr: llftr slpnipmj nnyjotfiK WrlhMO n.onths.luvarlably in advance. Coebesi'Osdkxck,' coiiiainiuK iiuiKirlaut new, solicited from all parts of the, county. Writer ame and address required on ovory coniniuuica i on aa a private tuvtfiut of good faith. Buninem Canis ono dollar per line per year. No aid Inserted for less Uiau three dollars per year, Busiuess Notices in Item columns on fifth page, ueertedfor tencenU per Hue each luaortlon. If nserted In reading mattor, twenty cents per line, No notice will be inserted for less than fifty cents, Ysarly advertisers allowed the privilege of tUnging tholr advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 26 percent, ad' iatlonal. All transient advertisements must beaocompa- aied with the cash, Advertibkmknts, to Insure Insertion, must bo sanded in by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished ou application to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. he gtmwpt. , ESTABLISHED, A. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 December 1875

v,w iuv.um .M.I.HM S'l.l 2& V.'l I ,M At t 5 ( ; ) CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES. BEFORE; BIJIWG YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS OPERA BLOCK, CANTON. OHIO ifV.'V'.' Business Items. ALL SOUND AND SQUARE. . ' Nooiiteidenpreliable Italk : about dnr ' goods js required, on the contrary, we bave fnlt .line of the very finest and best holiday . goods , whiuU speak for ,! themselves, Our stook comprises all tlie latest make of albums, stereoscopes and views, , JTang'M, fine , .Chromos, and others, elegant gift books novelties in card cas.ee. paper weights', djaries for 1876, cheap, pocket 'books, elegant designs in note papers, 'gold pens,' and holders, motto cards, fine cares and card boards, " Ae., Ac:;' embraping a list too large to aientiqn, , . Before you make your invest ments come and see our goods, and ex .amine.our prices, it, is, all we ask and all you will require to convince you where to secure good artkWt at bargains. W. B. Perkins A Uq. Richards' Block, 8. W. cornejr Seve...

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. — 16 December 1875

Poetry. THE LAST LOOK. They say the yean slnoelast we met, . Have wrought sad change to Owe ; Tht It were better to forget , ' urfoutli'f fond history, . ... And yet I Attn would clasp that hand, . Would sat those oyM onoe more, k One moraont by thy lde would stand, Aslbavostoodof yore. They say the very tones that thrlll'd My heart, and dtmm'd my eyes, How, by the cold world's blighting chlll'd, I scan wight reoognlie. And yot 1 long to hcar,thee speak, Kepcat some bygone strain, Although the charm I there should seek Were lltcnod for In vain. 1 would not with the yoars roll'd back, Could such a choice be mine, Nor falter In the onward track, Though severed far from thine. But rilgrlms may from hard-won height, Kecedlng homes survey, And give a igh to past delights, -turn away. —Cornhill Magazine. —Cornhill Magazine. The Democrat. Governor Ingcrsoll, of Connecticut, lias appointed his predecessor, ex-Gov- 1 ernor English, as United Btates (senator, in place of 0. S. Ferrv, deceased...

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. — 16 December 1875

Variety. TOPICS AND VARIETY. "Bab'-cock Tales' the Chicago Timet callsthem. " - To the tjurprise of every one but her husband a Cawornia woman lias jubi licked a uon In single comDat. telv the President remove Minister Schenck and replace him . by General Babcock. The wife 4nd daughter1 b p Custom; House otlicef at Detroit haves been de tecteain suiugling operations. , n Mr. Gould, of Cumberland, R. I., hav' int? the church fuhilBlln his I possession kept a loaded shot-gun by his bedside for their defence, but an enterprising burglar entered and stole the money and W'J. KU.AAKK The Dii'.riot Courtof Van Buren county, Iowa, ban held Mary Meek, a orueader, for trial on a charge ot malicious mis chief during a raid on a saloon. The Amoskeag Axe Company has again reduced its wages 5 per cent., and .. . i r . . i! 1IT...L.. tne wancnesier ioconiouve wonts are running on short time at reduced wages, A Newport clergyman rpreachei tempersnck andmade! his straw: practical tjiat one qf Ils' p...

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. — 16 December 1875

Legal News. To know others, yc-U must know yourself Due avi 'repdtalilir U ii offensive! u Wtailoa. I ' ! 'I ' eayed You have not fulfilled every duty unless you hvefultli)edthtorbcimplw"'', , -'If V,', 1-T-. -r-f-f 1 '' ' Virtue ! Mate of war, and to live lu it wo lave altfays to combat wilh ourselves. ''' 0. A. Band Concert at the Opera Houe Dec. a), misled hy vocal latent. Honorary members iree, hR a varletv theater, and everybody In Die town l happy lu anticipation ol complimentary beiiutlt, .VaXY local items which were prepared lorlasl week'i Issue, were crowded out ou account oi uie President's message. H C B.ar'i ManllloD orehetr will furnish anuslcfor Maggie Mitchell' oulertalnment neat Tuesday evening. A NAN named Henry Miller, from Bedford, 0., loat a pocket-book containing 127 at the Postofflce last Tuesday morning. ' . , , TH Dtark County Infirmary Din now con 1st of Samuel Howensteiu, William Stover and Dr. C. J. Ueiger, all Democrats-. J 1 1 Uixmviy-On th9tb two lads, ...

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 December 1875

c a a . :f r a i TID 7 1 vn r OA x& ius t ' : ' t 'w a 111 i hl.- I.. ill: f.i 1'T fL CABwi VOL. 42. NO 29. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 23, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers UL csy mil . rn i Poetry. A CHRISTMAS HYMN. M was the calm and silent night I Ten hundred yean and flfly-three H4 Rome been growing up to might, And now wu queen of land and aea. lit sound wu heard of clashing wan feace brooded o'er the hushed domain ; Ayoilo, Fallal, Jove, and Man eld nndtiturbed their ancient reign, In the aolemn midnight, Centuilei ago. j In the calm and silent night I ' 1 ktnatorf haughty Rome, 1 1 ' fcvtaUtnl, urged hla chariot' flight, 7mm lordly revel rolling home ; tkfcunphal archea, gleaming, awell Bit breast with thoughts of boundless sway mat recked the Roman what befel A paltry province far away, v In the aolemn midnight, Centuries ago t WMUn that province far away Vent plodding home a weary boor; A atreak of light before him lay, fallen through a half shut stable door Aaron his...

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 December 1875

Poetry. THE FAST MAIL AND THE STAGE BY JOHN H. YATES. I Uy by the weekly, Betsey, it's old like you and I, in the moroinu aany, wim i-o" ...maIp Hp While you and I were leepln'. they were prlntlw them to day, lathe city by the ocean, several hundred I miles away. rr "How'dlgelltT". Bless you, Betsey, you needn't doubt and laugD, It didn't drop down fiom thecloudi nor come by I got It by the'llgtitnlu' mall we've read about you iuu" The mall that Jonathan got up about a month ago. in. We farmer, llvtn' 'round the hill wont to the town To leeVe fart mall catch the bags that bung IJ. 11.. war . . rbe- Quiok aaa flash from thundering clouds, whoso- tempest swept ue say, The bagt were caught on board the train at went roarln' by, iv. , We are scelo' man j change In our fast declluln' Strange rumors now are aoundln' la our hard of Ere the aleep that knows no wakln' cornea to wan ub o'er the stream, . , . , Borne great power may be takln' all Uie self conceit from 'team. V. Well do we reme...

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 December 1875

Poetry. THE PEACE COMMISSIONER. V It wm IVm CommiMloner, ' his arbwu toner drab ' His kai iu long and whit, and he : Booaomlsedhligab. Id short, he wu a reticent And inoffensive slab. His style waspbllanthroplo, As be bore a carpet bag, la which ha rtorcd bli tracts and tcp And other peaceful swag. , WMah Indians patronlu when wu ... AjnI ealtle stealing lag. Long they sat In solemn oouncll, . Tka agent and the red, , : , Mildry talking flabby vlrtni, , TiHU Sachem shook hli head, A with doubt and dim luaplclon ; . Then be grunted low and said ,.. i,r ) - i. . Hoi with eloquence of nature, Mot In u etapuoric style, But 1 simple frontier lingo MU'd with slang and grammar vile Ha-iee trow ils; want some whisky ; lujon empty ; drink a pile." Thea that meek and lowly Quaker Remonstrated with a tear; Bpoke of Are water and ruin With eloquence severe Said, quite feelingly, that whisky ' Wm a foe moat Insincere. Bpoke once more the Child of Nature, Keeping down his growing bile ; "Has my b...

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 December 1875

TBI Demceat It furnished to fobscrlbars at 12 pat yew, II tor ! months; Hfly eenls tot threi months, Inrartsbly In adrsne. ' '" . Cokkispokdkmci, containing Important new,i oUolted from all part of the county. Writer ame and address required on every oommuulca I on as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cuds one dollar rr line per year. No aid Inserted for lea them three dollars per year. 'Builne Notices In Item column! on fifth page, rated for ten cents per line each insertion. II Mited In reading matter, twenty cents per line. Do notioe will be Inserted for leal than fifty oents. yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement! 26 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must beaooompa nied with the cash. ADVMMim, to Insure Insertion, tuut be nanuea in oy rt euiwuj uwu. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. he Democrat. ESTAB...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 December 1875

IS 'I V FOR CALL AND EXAMINE OUB STOCK AND PEIOES. 1 A BUYING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESEMTS OPERA BLOCK, CANTON, OHIO. tv!?i rr,'rr-a Rife'.' : i.'Wl if i i h a fi -J ii A-ft ftj j i Business Items. CALL IN THIS. About the bualeet place we have visited during the put few dayt, ti the reliable headquarter for Holiday Qooda at W. B. Perklm & Co'. South went comer public square. Their goods are all Of the beat make and material, and will always be found the cheapest In the end. This Immense stock embraces flue albums, elrgant chromes, stereoscopes and views, frames In all styles, and made to order, elegant books, published especial ly for the holiday trade, and suited for all minds, from that of the child to that of the most profound thinker; fine paper weights, and all the finest noToltles in toys; new stylos In papeterte and fine note paper. In short their stock embrace aK most every thing that can be desired for the holt day trade, and must be seen and examined to be fully appreciated...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 December 1875

Miscellaneous. THE BREMERHAVEN EXPLOSION. THE BREMERHAVEN EXPLOSION. Death of the Anther of the Devilish Plot HE MAKES A FULL CONFESSION. Brxmkn, Doc. 16. Thoraasson died to day from the effects of the injuries inflic ted by himself He stated that his true name was William King Thompson, and that he was a native of Brooklyn, New York.... He age is believed to have been about thirty-five years. He confessed that he was once captain of the vessel, Old Dominion; and that he changed his name to avoid being prosecuted for run' ning the blockade during the civil war in America; that he bought the explo- sive material in the United States and had it forwarded to his address, and that the clock work attachment was manufuc tured in Germany and was set to ex plode the charge in eight days. In ie- lating some of the details of the fiendish plane to the authorities he declared that his accomplices in New York, who, it is presumed, expected to divide theplun der derived from the excessive insur ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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