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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 December 1875

Variety. ITEMATIC. Vr.nu aiwi Ttjilv ara necntlfttine a new I treaty of commerce through their res pective representatives at Paris. The dutlos and obstructions are to be lesflened in accordance with free trade principles. In 1856 the Taris omnibuses carriod 40.000,000 passengers; in 1800 72.000,000; in 1867, Exhibition year, 1?1, 000,000 ; in 1860.119,000,000; in 1871,78,000,000; in 1872, 111,000,000, and in 1874 over 115,. . 000,000. y An effective cementfor fastening paper tickets to tin goods is said to consist in a solution of gum to -which ainmoiiia has ,beeo added. Glun with, which a small quantity of glycerine has been mixed is another good cement. ; f , ' ; j The late DuUe' of Modena, who was'ari Austrian Archduke, and extremely wealthy, furnished much of the sinews of war to Don Carlos. His death and the consequent stoppage of remittances have occasioned quite a stampede In the Car list camp. , - t , ' A Cabman residing at Salein Scotland, found a 50 note, which had been l...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 December 1875

Poetry. THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS. FROM PUNCH. I ' ... ..... all TWM the night alter cnrauuw, - the house Tetjsoulwss .bed, aud all. till as a mouse; W,.mpty of all that was eatable there. ' The darllngshad bcon duly Kicked In their beds TTith wry full stonischt. aud pain. In their head., J in doling ay In my new cotton cap, And Nancy wat rather far gone In a uap. When out In the nursery row luch a clatter, 1 .prang f.om my seat crying, "what is the mat torr J dew to each bed-ride, .till half in a dose r open the curtain, and threw off the clothe., While tho light of the tair served clearly to .how nllffht of those objects below ; Tor what to the fond father'. ey should appear But the little palo 01 ccn " " v ?or eah pet U?at b.dcrammed Us f fu. a. a tick 1 knew hi a moment now felt like old Nick. Thelrpul.es were rapid, their breathing thesame; What thelrj stomachs ejected I'll mention by ....I tnfflni. oVum-puddlng, of XIOW urcj, conrwe, And custards, and cruller., and cranberry a...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 December 1875

v nil II ; 11 . . JLA . . a . a - X 1 XJ VOL. 42. NO 30. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 30, 1875. i MeGREGOR & SON, Publishers Tai DmecBAT 1b furnished to subscribers at til per year; tl for six months ; fifty cents for three month), Invariably in advance. Coebespondknck, containing Important new,! loliclted from all parts of the county. Writers am and address required on every communlca 1 on as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard inserted for less than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns on fifth pago, nserted for ton cents per line each Insertion. If aserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. . No notloe will be inserted for less than fifty cents, Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Ohanglng their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 26 per cent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. Advkrtisements, to insure insertion, mini be handed in by W...

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. — 30 December 1875

Poetry. ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT. BY CARL BRENT. Now glory to the whisky ring, that no defeat can Another to our sovereign liege, Ulysses Bhnpson Grant I Now let the mash tub swell again, and itart still the Tor every riugster's pocket now ihall surely It. All I bare And Jeflereon, 0. Jofferaon I aad city of the slaves! Let looso ourchlefs and heroes, who pine In living graves. Tor never more will men of ours be caught with In thy tolls, And never more will ruthless hands from ring atari urrAKt thfi gDOilS. Hurrah I hurrah I the mash tub's fumes have stifled honest cant 1 Hurrah I hurrah I for whisky, and the hard old head of Grant. Oh, how our hearts were beating, one little month When Justice drew her sharpened sword, mnuI it wnrk nur W06 '. pre When Bristow's juries rode us down, the petit aud the grand, And on our fated heads wero heaped the curses h land of And, as we looKed on them, wo thought of Joyce's prison wall. And our McDonald closely caged within e.nnntv tall. the Ah I th...

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. — 30 December 1875

Poetry. A NAME IN THE SAND. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. Alone I walked the ocean Hrand ; A pearly shell was in my hand; I stooped and wrote upon the aand My name, the year and day : . Ai onward from the spot I paused, One lingering look behind I cast, A ware came rolling high and fast, And washed my line away. And so, methought, 'twill quickly be With 'every mark on earth from me ; A wave ot dark oblivion's sea, Will sweep aoroaa the place Where I have trod the sandy shore Of time, and been to be no more Of me, my day, the name I bore,' . To leave no track or trace. And yet, with Him whocounts the sands, And holds the water in His hands, I know a lasting record stands, Inscribed against my name. Of all this mortal part has wrought, . Of all this thinking soul has thought, And from these fleeting momenta caught For glory or for shame. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. Miscellaneous. A GIRL'S ADVENTURES. EIGHT MONTHS ON LAND AND SEA IN MAN'S ATTIRE. In Recorder ParseliVs court-room, in Astoria, N. Y....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 December 1875

DELINQUENT TAX SALE! The Lands, Lots, and parts of Lots returned Delinquent by the Treasurer of Stark County, together with the taxes and penalty charged thereon, agree aulyto , lar, are containedand described in the following list, LANDS. PARIS. Name. Bates, H (f d) Baum. George (r ad) Ccmrtiivy E J 881110 fsd same fad same 1 a d same Pcwalt Caroline r Bid Ualuea .Samuel Jnhaon John M fad Ohio Mate of u s I'arlso Henry r s d Pelting Malhiaa ra d Terdue JFu a -. It. T. S. Description, .... it 17 12 n w p n o .... 6 17 20 p-n o .... ft 17 1 a w qr .... 6 17 1 spu vr ....6 17 t w p 0 .... 6 17 1 p w ....6 17 2 acqr ....6 17 19 paw ....6 17 l!i pelifne 6 17 1 ewpae ,...6 17 SO pap ... 6 17 19 n p n W ...6 17 19 paw ...6 17 35 p a o Acres. Valuo. Tax. 2 75 100 100 12 5 4 60-100 20 2 1.-.9 60-1U0 8nI0 135 52 8 20 (itlO U 80 4 (0 2iiti0 40 54 6 1 75 100 HO 1 55 0 157 0210 105 68 1 26-100 150 43 8 4 1IW 3 77 2 25 100 170 4 51 0 14-UK) 10 55 4 1 250 2 5 'i 5 1 160 2 43 0 10-100 20 70 8 LEXI...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 December 1875

i ' CANAL FULTON CORPORATION. .Samuel V tf lienor & llnnlgrovo " v com iWlloox, M.h " trrVb'a ad null lif Clark AQulgley 2 K.. "S hf ! Clark ALoeser 2 u" 1 LcoHor, Samuel whole,- I Blller, Benjamin, hoirtt ( I !! '",',',',','.",'.'.".'m!!."! 22 whole . Plllor, DanlDl Oark, Samuel SniO '.'S name lame "J- Chapman, Joseph : J tlranimer, Charles " Uouli.ItHU.rK Lee.iimuel - , km "S ......105 whole "an") ' . WEST FULTON. McCaddcn 0 J ... 13 Blanker ad, whole Hunk John .Z ... Winter's ad, und Buok'Jonn 1 MILAN. Gatehouse, Thouiw h r 421) 70 10 120 l.il 4W im 80 470 60 1000 90 100 250 40 410 30 220 HV) 1070 230 170 MO 2460 40 30 50 10 CO H . ,hnlA hni wlmln xmAV. ?J ' whole I 00 6 14 07 H 8 17 2 32 7 4 02 2 4 02 2 16 n a 4 63 4 8 6U 9 21 80 8 I 42 H8 62 0 8 01 7 8 29 2 8 37 I 3i I I 74 8 I :i6 7 37 4 81 84 4 85 86 7 10 42 8 4 16 2 4 69 2 82 1ft 9 I 28 9 1 36 2 89 6 66 2 2 20 0 Bew,,,tow: PLAIN TOWNSHIP. NEW BERLIN. Mlllor, Solomon j Nodlc, George 30 ' woe tayler, J-.hn.jr W wh"'? Zlmbe...

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

Poetry. SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS. SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS. ONE OF SANKEY'S SONGS. let ui gather up the sunbeams Lying til around our path ; Let ua keep the wheat and roses, Casting out the thorm and chaff, Let ua find our sweetest comfort In the blessings of to day, With a patient hand removing All the briars from the way, , CHORDS" Then scatter seeds of kindness, Then scatter seeds of kindness, Then scatter seedi of kindness. For our reaping by and by, Strange, we never prlie the music 'Till the sweet voiced bird has flown I Strange, that we should slight the vloleU, Till the lovely flowers are gone I Strange, the summer Bkios and sunshine Never seem oneralf so fair, As when winter's snowy pinions Shake the white down in the air. If we knew the baby fingers, Pressed against the window pane, Would be cold and stiff to-morrow Never trouble us again Would the bright eyes of our darling Catch the frown upon our brow 1 Would the print of rosy fingers Vex us then as they do now T Ab 1...

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

Variety. PERSONALITIES. Mush and milk sociables are in order. The mutinoiw crew of the British ship Lennie, are to be taken to England for trial. The recall of the Egyptian expedition to Zanzibar has been confirmed by a epocial telegram from Cairo. The Japanese are making rapid strides in civilization. Six of them were recent ly sent to priHonlbr selling Mies' eggs for silk worms' eggs. A "tramp" recently redeemed his tribe from utter disrepute by giving an alarm of fire and helping to save the imperilled property of Ludbury, Mass. M. Leon Sav. the French Minister of nerwsts in his determination to resign, General Cissey, the Minister of "War, was elected to the senate on rn day. ' Three thousand destitute laborers sur; nn,(i th Citv Hall at Montreal yes terday, marched through the streets, de manding Dreaa, ami uuiuim.u.ig w acta of violence. Will. Uve off drinkinff." These words closed the farewell letter of a New Hampshire moiner, who recenuv committed suicide, to ner son. An nld...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 December 1875

Local News. Kelly & Leon's famous minstrels have written fur dales In Canton, i . v i ' Doti'Tforsetthe Grand Prize Bull t the Opera Bouse this (Thursday) evening. ' 1 TH domo of the new Second ward school house now shows above the tops of the surrounding buildings. . .. ... . l ' Lobain C. MILLER, of Uppor Sandusky, spent Christmas with his paronU in this city, Lorain 1 Is one of the successful merchants of that thriving town. ' V A short thunder storm served to rellove the monotony of Ihe rain on last Bunuay n.iwuou... . .-. aftflir-handed row occurred last Friday even. Idb near the railroad, on South Market street ' The Rumlans cleaned out Moscow, and all be came serene once more. ; W wish you a Happy New Year, and hope you ( may iuooeed In any attempts to swear off. k Slow pick Almanacs. They are dead ripe, and r worth about two and a half cents a pound' : rag toeasure. None genuine, unless braudod k4ifte." Ask your druggist for that kind, and take ao other. That fire Monday...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 January 1876

jpft NO 31. v . I.' . . CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 6, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE Governor of Ohio the Sixty-Second General Assembly. 1 tit i ?u Gat:nd Ammbly: ;ou bava assembled in vour honorable t' S! of law-givers to ... ' - at me outsiart your session, it may be well for you to wider whether the public interests will I be best subserved by a prudent and ermined inquiry for means to reduce 'expenses, of tlm stota ii q amenta, and relinva ih nnnia a much of the burden of taxation that nAn inn it i ... -v .u K i g inem aown 88 possible, mull uy excessive legislation with ncn former General Assemblies have wnuerea the people. Changing cir mstancen. nf PDIiraa vanniM mnl!Ann hb in the laws, and new statutes are oeueu, irom time to time, to meet con agencies; but, in my judgment, the path t WISdom leads nwav frntn mliolooolo 1 Ration, sn the direction of a prudent na conservative course, "which will not muniuei our statute books with laws ot mbtful necessi...

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. — 6 January 1876

DELINOUENT TAX SALE! --tk i n,t ink nml nrt of Lots ' returned Delinquent by the Treasurer of St irlc rnimtv'. tofe'ther with the Lues anl penalty chirtrsil thereon, agreeblyto law, are contained ind described in the following list, LANDS. PARIS. Name. BaUw,H(fsd) Baum, George (r ad) Coiirtnty K J name fsd tame fid same 1 d name Dewalt Caroline R Haines &muul .. Johnson Juhu M f 0........ Ohio Suite of u a Parlao Henry rid... Plnnv Msthiaa r I d....MM Perdue J F - t R. T. S. Description. 6 17 12 n w p n e ,8 17 20 pne ,6 17 1 swqr ,8 17 1 ipn w 6 17 1 wpse ,8 17 1 p n w ,6 17 2 leqr 6 17 18 psw 6 17 15 pehfne 6 17 1 iwpie 8 17 88 pap 6 17 19 npnw 6 17 19 psw 8 17 35 pie Aorcs. Value. Tax. 2 75 1(10 100 J2 05 80-100 20 43 159 60-100 8010 135 62 ao ,. m 12 ho 60 2090 40 54 1 75-100 , HO 1 65 167 6210 , 105 68 28-100 If U 48 4 160 8 77 25-100 170 4 61 14-100 10 55 1 250 2 6'i 1 IN) It 43 16-100 20 70 LEXINGTON- Plelman Klltabcth 6 II allien SO do do .. Ilofl'man Wm and Rachael llax...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 January 1876

gfe Jarft 4 m KTtnnftT IHrtTTTMOniP Tax. Mfl Ko-ofI8LotsM'..Wolon: . . . weiN,a V : ' ' g same 4 " " whole '' ' " ' 80 ""O 17 whole w 9 61 0 95 0 46 8 12 50 8 16 80 0 Itt 0 69 7 69 7 4 12 0 95 0 CANTON CITY. - - - FIRST WARD. JJlver, Archer ;. ............1000 , ' ' whf Mj ' 8rii'lcr,J Uii) 1 .hole 80 j;!c,Gcorge H '....'.'Vm Whole 200 Mirer, 1. B,.1..M .. liioo , ehf) " , mot . . . ehf Thompson, Jus F 1217 Whole J"" Ihowpaon, W.C 82 whole 'm aarue 2132 ' wholo 10 same ..jl!!0 whole JJ same .2128 ' whole j nine , 2ilo wholo snare ,. 2UA whole fame 2147 ' whole j Same 2208 wholo . .Ml BnhetT, hrlan : w whole J" Bess, M. L 797A431 Whole 1J20 same , i,,.,l!3 whole JJJJ Bucher, Johu R... 1716 Whole J.S Beat, W. A 1564 ' whole . iW -. Bauer, Charles 1717 ., whole , S nme 1740 . ! vhole Brfgple, Hannah 1917 .whole , Christmaii, Jonathan IK2S whole Jr? ' Douds, Klmlra 1705 whole Kc her, J. 11 1115 whole o0 Either, Qotleib 2131 whole ' wine - .2135 whole JU Frceduian, ifarlin P 1079 lOJiflw...

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. — 6 January 1876

ThiDicatIi furnished W lubaorlben atfJ per year, tl for ill month; fifty centi tor three nonthi, Invariably lu advance. Cobwmndnci, containing important new.i loliolted from all part of the county. Wrlton . ame and addrosa required on every oommunloa I on a a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No aid Inserted for lew than throe dollan per year. Business Kotlcei In Item column! on fifth pago, nierted for ton centa per line each insertion. naertcd In reading matter, twenty cento per line. No notice will be Inserted for loss than fifty cento, Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisement 28 per cent, ad dltional. All transient advertisement must beaccompa. Died with the cash. Advirtisbmints, to Insure Insertion, muat be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. g he gtmocrpl - EST...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 January 1876

Business Items. For Rent. A Tip-top Store Rnnm An TTciuf Tunnn "was street, moat elegantly situated, for :,vf' ' or particulars call at th e 0ffice" . dec2.tr BORSB AND WAQON FOR BALK. A good, young lorrel mare for Bale. Also a good wree spring wagon for one or two horeo, wagon . mm iW- ParUo wann bargain can call t this office. w $1000 Ten Thousand Dollars Worth of well made Mens' and Boys' Cloth ing Dlust be sold within sixty days. People wishing to save from 10 to 20 per cent, will do well by calling at II. Alexander's Clothing Store, next room to Dannemiller's Corner, Call and convince yourself before going elsewhere. H. ALEXANDER. nov25-tt Why will you suffer from Rheumatism- Sprains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, Burns, SealdB or Weak Back, when the Centaur Liniment affords certain relief. Many articles soothe nain to a pertain extant hut the Centaur Liniment cures. The White Liniment i lor uie nuraan lamny, tne Yellow Liniment is for horses and animals, oct7'76gd. 1 LOST. Gold Cha...

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. — 6 January 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. la obedience to an order of the court of common iIma nf Mlnrlf niimilv Oliliv UK will Will HtDllbllC mie at the door of the Court Utilise, In llio oliy of Uanton.on .Saturday, the loth dayni January, a. . lBTo. tSe IciJIitwiiig ueacriued real eatate altuato InKlarkcoui.ty.Olilo.towli: I'lireearrea of land, Cirtof the aout I) wont qnartf r of auction 81 In I ,ake wiu.lilp.aiid bounded a follows: on iliu Witly the county line between Mark amlMiinmltCouii- itui An thuunlllh h IhIIiI of A. Vl'lUVlT. On tllC al by B. Buuer'a laud, ou the norlli by I. Yuung'a Jand Tarnis-One third ch on day of tale and the tolance In two equal annual payment n i"' M4 to be neiurtU by ninrigagenn the preiufcea ' 8Ml)lCLU.Hi)WKNdl'lNK, ; , , W1LLIA-M SU'OVKlt, ' , ' ' C. J. UKIUKK, - Innrmary Dlrectora of Stark oounty, Ohio. Me. 16, 175. U . ; . . I . Notice. The nnderslened Admlnlntrator of the eatate of . ateshen Kckmale deceased, wiahes lo aell atpn . .A ti,.nUA Dii.i i,.t hitlitnffliiff t...

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. — 6 January 1876

PROSPECTUS. ESTABLISHED 1 833 THE OLD RELIABLE FOR 1876 1 ,: ; . 1 A) i The eomlns; yoar being the Centennial year will be full f exciting events, It also being Presldon Hal year will be alive with political Interest. Th elections lelng fur President, OonKress. state and County oillccni will make Uie old reliable Stark County Ukmouhat a necessity la every household. , THE DEMOCRAT Will, an heretofore, give Its readers a lareand varied awirtraent or reading matter. In fact our aim will be to give a greater amount of reading natter than any other paper published lu the utility. , We In rite the aid and co-oporatlon of our friends in ozUsndlng enr circulation, and in order to en courage them we offer the following extraordina ry Inducement: ' 1 J 1 ' ' ( ' ' .'"' ' V to the person whosendsua In the largest club of dm less uian two nuuarea subscribers. . $50 In Greenbacks to the person sending the next largest club of not leas than one hundred subscribers $20 In Greenbacks to the person...

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. — 6 January 1876

CANTON RETAIL MARKET. DEMOCRAT OFFICE, CANTON, OHIO, Jan. 6, 1876. The following will be found coneot quotation this day of the Ketall price to oonsumers of tin articles named: " corrected by bbxaokb a btuup.l Dby Groceries. Cut Loaf Sugar V lb Crashed T' " Granulated " A Sugar, lb Ex. C. Sugar 9 lb C. : ,T " New Orleans Sugar t lb Brown Sugar ft m Sybups. Ferfeot Prlp, f gal Good " " Common " " N. 0. Molasses, " Vkoetables and Facr- Onions, . bush, Oranges, f dm., Oabhage, per bead, Picxlea, per 100. Apples, per bush , 1 Turnips, per bush, Potatoes, W bush., old, Apples, dried, ft S . Peaches " unpared, ft B, Peaches " pared, " Cherries " ft lb, French Currants " " Cranberries, per quart Dried sugar com, Jersey sweet potatoes, perpeck, Raisins, 6 Prunes, Turkish, f lb do French, do Fresh and Salt ?ish. White Fiah VKbbl ' White Fish VK&hl White Fish tf bbl 144 14) 1 1 10( IX IK ft MOt K M 11 700 it 80 16c I7S 86o 400 1 lot 22c St 120 15c 8c oc 15iC 14 16C MM I85C ltd Pickerel, F...

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. — 13 January 1876

' r 1 'V?v VOL. 42. NO CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 13. 18T6. x McGregor & $on, Publishers Piiilli iilililil W 171 Tn fsppP r7 w w The Democrat. The Cheyenne and Omajia wind Btorra of Saturday reached here on Sunday, Daring the day the rain was constant and at times severe. It is pftposed to convert the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway to a narrow gauge. Let this be done, and push the work right along to completion. Hodqb, of Cuyahoga, seems in a hurry to tax church property, ns he has intro duced a bill in the Legislature. Hodze may get up a dish of hodge podge. Somb Republican membetsof the Ohio General Assembly seem to be in a hurry to repeal the Geghan religious liberty law of laBt winter. Thatwill suit Grant. Toledo has the champion delinquent tax list this year. Duds gets nearly four teen hundred dollars for printing it. In the matter of tax delinquency Toledo is gome. The Chicago Times Bays that a Custom House and Whisky Ring has existed in that city for ten years, stealing mone...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 January 1876

DELINQUENT TAX SALE! The Lands, Lots, and parts of Lots returned Delinquent by the Treasurer of .... a. r ... 4...v... ...ffV. ik.h. i raniiivrhirnil thereon, agreeably to. jiaza; uuiuy, lujjcw.ci wiiu tAt, p......., 0 . v Uw, are containedand described in the following list, LANDS. PARIS Hunt. B. T. 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 tee, H(f ad) Baum, George (r ad) Xiurtnty E J wma f 8 d ......... same fid tame 1 1 d utm .... .... IWtivaH rnrnllnA R 6 Balnea Samuel - J Johnson John M f d.. 8 Ohio State of u a 8 Parlso Henry r a d 8 Polong Mathlasrsd 8 S. 12 20 1 1 1 1 1 18 16 1 88 1 18 85 Description, Aorcl. Vain. Tax. 8 75-100 100 ti 85 4 W-100 20 43 2 159 60-100 8010 135 52 8 20 660 11 80 4 60 2090 40 54 8 1 75-100 80 1 55 0 157 8240 105 68 1 25-100 150 48 8 4 lfiO 8 77 2 25 100 170 4 61 0 14-100 10 55 4 1 250 2 G'l 5 1 150 8 43 0 16-100 20 70 6 n w pn pne a w qr apnw wpia p u w aeqr paw pehfne a w pao pap n pn w paw pae LEXINGTON. Btelman Elizabeth 8 Balnea S O do do Hof...

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