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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 27 January 1876

Variety. GENERAL NEWS. The decayed Wabash and Erie Canal in Indiana, is to be sold for the "benefit" or the stock holders, wno nave $io,roo,- 558 invested in the useless ditch. At a recent dinner of the various city missionaries employed in London, grace was said In fourteen diuerent languages, There was no lack of tongue at that table At length New York City has rapid transit. A train of cars was run recently from the Uattery to Central Park in twenty-nine minutes by the elevated railway. An invention has lately been patented bv which the gas eenerated by the burn' 1 ins of coal in ordinary stoves can be utilized and made to serve for illumin ating purposes, , "Mimic halh charms." The male orrass- hoppers use their hind legs to fiddle on the edge ot their wings, ana me Desi nu dler always wins the affections of the fe male first. The German residents of New York City are making preparations to cele brate the Centennial Fourth of July on ft scale that will throw all other com memora...

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. — 27 January 1876

The Democrat. Pretty Unanimous. The Democratic papers of the Stale are pretty unanimous or the nomination ofJuuVeThurmiin for lie Presidency. The country pupers are a good reflex of the popular sentiment of he people. While some object to Sena tor Thurniaii'H financial views, all con cede to him distinguished ability and sterling honesty, traits particularjy de, sirable in a Presidential candidate in these divysof offljial degeneracy. Holmes County Farmer. Gas. The price of gas in other towns of the Stnto will be found given in tabu lar form in this number of the Democrat. It will be seen the average in the twenty cities given is $3 37 per thousand cubic feet Gas consumers in Canton surely have no ground of complaint at present prices here. We are yet in hopes that ur Council will accept one of the propo sitions of our Gas Company, and still further reduce the price of gas and give us more light at night on our main streets. Let our readers preserve the table refer- ed to. [For the ...

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. — 3 February 1876

4 t.- VOL. 42. NO 35. CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 3, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers ... L ' V ' 1 2S B AV(t- The Democrat. A gang of drunken rowdies came near demolishing the Buckeye Stale office last Saturday night. Thi New Lisbon Journal says: "Judgi Joseph Frease is a prominent Republi- ean candidaie for Congress in this din, trict." J. H. Putnam of Columbus, has bought the Statesman there and arrangements are making to start a good sized Demo oratic daily. The impeachment trial of Mayor War ner took place last week. Cole & Folger for the city, and A. J. Ricks for defend ant. No decision as yet. "Uncus Billy" McKee, of the St, Louis Globe-Democrat, administration organ, will probably soon join McDon aid and Joyce, and Babcock, Grant's pri Tate secretary, may soon join " Uncle Billy." Gen. Schenck, U. S. Minister in En gland, is in a dilemma. If he pleads his diplomatic privilege for not appearing in court it will make him appear guilty and should he appe r he is likely to...

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. — 3 February 1876

Poetry. WHAT IS LOVE! BY THOMAS PAINE. "Ti that dollKhlful transport we cau feel, Which ,aluters cannot paint, nor wordi reveal, Nor any art we know of can conceal. Oausl thou describe a sunbeam to the blind? Or make him feci a shadow with his mind! ftftieither can we by duscriptlon show Tills first of all felicities below. When happy Love pours magic o'er the soul, And all our thoughts In sweet delirium roll, When contemplation spreads her rainbow wings, And every flutter some new rapture brings; llow Bweetly, then, our momenta glide away, And dreams ropeatthe raptures of the day! We live in ecstacy, to all things kind, For Love cau teach a moral to the mind. Bot are there not some other marks that prove What is this wonder of the soul, called Love t Oh I yes, there are, but of a different kind The dreadful horrors of a dismal mind ; Some Jealous fury throws her poisoned dart, And rends in pieces the distracted heart 1 When Love's a tyrant and the soul a slave, No hopes remain to t...

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 February 1876

Poetry. Then think not life's all sorrow That's lined with clouds ol shade, ' But from It sock to borrow Bweot (lowers that novcr fado. Bds tliar gleam with a joyous light, That gild the shades ot sorrow'i nlghl ; That win the heart from care and strife, ' And brighten up tho gloom of life I —Masonic review, Bait. Said Stlgglns to his wife one day, "We've nothing loft to eat! If things go on In this queer way, We Bhan't make both emit meet I" The dame replied, In words discreet, "We're not so badly fed, If we can make but one end meal. And make the other bread:' —Masonic review, Bait. Miscellaneous. IMPORTANT FACTS IN OUR EARLY HISTORY. BY JOSIAH Q. KERN. The boundary line between the United States the Wyandot and Delaware Nations. —Early Survey of the publicdomain—The —Early Survey of the publicdomain—The "Old Seven Ranges" surveyed under the ordinance of 1785—The first sales of the public lands, and the proceeds thereof—The Land Office at Steubenville opened July 1, 1801—Further 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. — 3 February 1876

T Dihackat is fumlrtied to subscribers at ft per year, II for six moutha; flrtj Mnu lor "ire months, Invariably In advance. ' OotunPONDiNCl, containing Important new niiHtMl from all oarta of the county. Writer! ame and address required on every conimunlca- ion as a private guarantee of good faith. Ttnrinaai dud one dollar per line per yer. Mo ard Inserted for less than three dollars per year, Business Notices In Item columni on fifth pago, rbui rr bn cents nor line each Insertion. K maerted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. Mo notloe will be Inserted for low than fifty cenU. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of hanging their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements 26 per cent, ad' dttlonal. A 11 transient advertisements must bti accompa nied with the cash. Adtibtiskm knts, to Insure insertion, mul be banded In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. jpo gjenwqat ...

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. — 3 February 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., la our only authorised Agoiit to recel-e and 0- Knit Advertisements fur this paper. All I 'ltU, burgh advertisement to us mum come through (hli agency, or they will receive no notice what rer. FOR SALE. Five acre of land adjoining the city of Canton, being a part of the estate of Andrew Meyer, de ceased. For particulars Inquire of GEO, H, WOLF. GOOD FOR DAY OR NIGHT. t, "niamnnd RnmtAcloa." being entirely r free fmm n iniurlous substances, can beusedequal ly by day light gas light, or lamp-light, without Mrfnir or lnluriuu the eyes. Kacn pair Dears the trade-mark, a small diamond. DEUBLE BROS. mnrv r jwct awim'ST and most reliable inn J , - - --- - m,i atpf nut together bT medical science lor Rheumatism, Wounds, Swelling, Burns, Caked Breasts, etc, is th ueiusur Liiniuieiii. i m-ro two kinds. What the White Liniment Is for tlx human family, the Yellow Centaur Liniment li for s...

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. — 3 February 1876

Poetry. ALMOST PERSUADED. "Almost persuaded" now to believe; "Almost persuaded" Christ to receive. Seems now somc'ioul to say, vOosplilt, k thy wy 0ome more convenient day On thee I'll call." "Almost persuaded," come, como, to day ; "Almost persuaded," turn Dot away. Jesus Invites you here, Angels are lingering near, Prayers rio from hearls so dear; O.wand'rcr come! "Almost persuaded," harvest Is past I "Almost persuaded," doom comes at last ; " tlmosl" rannot avail ; Bad. sad, that bitter wail 'Almost BUT LOST. Congressional, Congressional, FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 27, '76. HOUSE. WEST POINT ACADEMY-CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES. The House then went into Committee of the Whole, Mr. Hopkins in the Chair, on the Military Academy Appropriation bill. Mr. Banning addressed the committee. He spoke of times being hard, money being scarce and taxation heavy, and said that i, was the duty of Congress to cut ofT every unnecessary expenditure and to exercise tlie ...

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. — 3 February 1876

Variety NEW AND VARIETY. Of the 38,000 personB employed in watch making in Switzerland one-third are women. The new Sonator from Iowa first won distinction by wearing a red llannel shirt at a dinner party. McDermolt, the man who claims Bes sie Turner as his long-lost sister, is lec turing on that subject in New England. An net has been introduced in the Pennsylvania Legislature to protect mi nors, learning useful trades, against the tyranny of unions. The Pearl River Navigation Company is accused of defrauding Mississippi out of 123,000 acres of and, ana a. suit to compel restitution has been commenced A Tallahasse monkey, displaced as a household pet, by a baby, savagely at tacked the child in ita cradle, and injur ed it dangerously by biting and scratch' ing. "Ma." observed a little child, reflctive lv. the other night as the stars cailie out. "don't you think that when the stars twinkle that way they must tickle the angels' feet r A sharp-talking lady was reproved by her r,usband...

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. — 3 February 1876

The Democrat. The Introductory services of the Cen tenury KaptiHt Church will he hel on next fetil.lwlh. Folmmry Oili, J", the li.ill .option ICtMiiiiM. iKuirle W'ij at 10 the ninriiintt, ami 7 i" the evening bub bath Schmil nt 2j in the iillcrnooii. REPUBLICANS IN THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. The JteDutlii-anS in our General As- lembly ceem (Imposed to nmh things. They have already wiped out the law of laet winter to secure Religious Liberty known as the Geghan bill. They are working at bills to kick out Democratic officials, in the Penitentiary, inspecting of mines Ac. Onr readers will remember the hurrah the Republican party leaders made last winter over the Totter bill, a measure to reduce the City Council of Toledo to one Wy instead of two. According to tliese worthies then that was a terrible crime and the organs roared and raved about it alo. But now, what do we see these gentlemen doing ? We thall let a Re publican paper tell. We quote the fol lowing from the Akron Beacon, a Repub ...

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 February 1876

a VT . VOL. 42. NO CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 10, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers l 10 Illlol The Democrat. There are 100 shares in the New York Times, valued at $15,000 per share, which places the entire value at $1,500,000. Mr. Jones, the publisher, now owns fifty three shares, giving him the control. The Times is against Grant for a Third term and not in favor of Conkling. Senator Haines's game bill pnssed the Senate Wednesday. It provides that any person found hunting on lands without permission of the owner shall be held liable to a fine of from $5 to $25, or im prisonment in the county jail, or both, at the discretion of the court. Senator Sherman proclaims for Hayes for President. May not the secret and "true inwardness" be that the Senator's term is about expiring, and by this move he may secure Hayes's influence or out maneuvre him and thus continue him self in the Senate. We notice thut Gen eral Tecumseh is out in a letter also, de clining as to himself and proclaiming...

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 February 1876

Poetry. PAPA'S LETTER. I was sitting lii the stuily, ! Writing letters, when I heard, , , v "Please, dear uiuiuuia, llrlilKut told mo, JiiuiUift niusii't bt 'ielurbed," "lut I'sc tired uf Uio kilty, W ant noine uxwr Aug to do, Wiling lctlcr, in 'ou, mamma? Tan't 1 wilt! a letter too?" "Not how, darling, mamma's busy ; Run ai.d piny with kitty now," "iSo, nr, nianmia, mo wile letter, Tan If 'ou will show mo how," I would paint my darling's portrait, As his sweet eyes scinched my face Hair of gold and eyes of azure, Form of childish, witching grace. But the eager face wan clouded As 1 slowly shook my head, Till I said, ' I'D make a letter Of you, darling boy, Instead." fo I parted back the tresses , From his forehead high and whlto, And a stump In sport 1 pasted, . 'Mid its waves of golden light, Then I said, "Now, llltle letter, Co away and bear good news." And I smiled as down the staircase, Clattered loud the little shoes, Leaving mo, the darling hurried Down to Bridget In hut glee...

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 February 1876

Poetry. SWEET IS THE ROSE. BY EDMUND SPENSER; Sweet Is tho roso, but grown upon a brero ; Sweet Is the Juniper, but sharp his bough; Bwcol la the eglantine, but prlcketh near ; Sweet la the flrbloom, but his branches rough ; Sweet Is tho Cyprus, but his rind Is tough; Sweet is tho nut, but bitter Is his pill ; Sweet Is the broom flower, but yet sour enough And sweet is moly, but his root Is ill ; So, every sweet, with sour Is tempered still, That nmketh It be coveted the more ; For easy things that may bo got aj will Most sorts of men do set but little storo, Why then should I account of little pain, That endless pleasure shall unto mo gain? If solid happiness wo prlzo, With n our broast tills Jewel lies ; And they are tools who roam; Tho world has nothing to bestow : From our own selves our joys must flow, And that dear place our home. —Cotton. Congressional, Congressional, FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. Military Academy Bill RADICALS OPPOSE RETRENCHMENT, Spicy Debate Betwee...

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. — 10 February 1876

TBI Dimicrat It furnished to aubscrlbcn at r. pur y0arj fl for six months; fifty cents lor three months, Invariably In advance. Cobrkspondknci, containing Important new," loUolted from all parti of the county. Writer ame and address required on every communica Ion aa a prlvale guarantee or good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard Inserted for less than three dollars per year. Business Notices in Item column on fifth page, njertedfor ten cents per line each Insertion, it nsertt'd in reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will bo inserted for less than fifty cent Yearly advertisers allowed tlio privilege oi changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. Advertihkmknts, to insure insertion, must be handed in by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. f he cmoqnt EST...

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. — 10 February 1876

Business Items. W. l. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., Is onr only Authorized Agent to receive and so licit Advortlsomonts for this paper. All Pitts, burgb advertisements to us man come through this agency, cr they will receive no notice what, evor. T. P. McGINITY'S PROCLAMATION. Know all men by these presents that, I, T. P, JfcGinity, Proprietor of the Original New York Blacksmith and Shoeing Shop, do a strictly cash bu siness, and cash only, because I can afford to do my work chcapor for cash than I can on time. I further hereby proclaim that on and after Febru ary 10th, 1876, 1 will deduct ten per cent, from the usual rates of horse shoeing to cash customers, This will prove a rare opportunity for all In these hard times. I have had years of experience and am master of my business. Come to the New York 8hoeing Shop, corner of Walnut and Fifth street), Ohio. T. P. McGINITY. For Rent. A ...

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. — 10 February 1876

Poetry. THE PEDANTIC LAWYER. I bade my lawyer, whuly, sue My iiethLior Jones for damage due Tho platiitlir, on Hie valid ground That he, mid Jones, hud put In pound Unlawfully, uguliist the peace, Tlirt'O certain sheep ol llm-st fleece; My property ; aud valued, fay, At twenty dollar. "Please Ui lay The damage hlt;l, and go ahead. And, Windy, make him leel,'' I said, "The itatule's full and xjieedy forco On tropussers I" He said: "Olcoursel" Aud six months later made report The cae was up before the court. When Wlnily'n sreuch seemed nearly done, And he, an yet, had scarce begun To touch tho matter in disputes I growing anxious for my suit Bald, In a whisper: "Don't forget You haven't touched the case as yet; You've talked, I know, an hour or more tbotit the statutes made before The Norman conqiust. and have brought Before us what Justinian taught; And Coke on Littleton ; have gone All through the 'Code Napoleon;' And very learnedly, no doubt, Have shown his honor all about The stat...

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. — 10 February 1876

Variety. FARM VIEWS AND OPINIONS. Umlenlrains relieve the land from stagnant water bo dit'iinting to the sight nnd a prolille source of diueuHe to the liu miin family, na well an to putrid milk, so much complained of among dairymen, These mime wutera that become stagnant by stumling on the surface of the land by being liltered through the soil and conveyed in an under-drain to a oonvo nient point afl'ord an excellent privilege —Utica Herald. It has been shown by actual trial more than once that manure sheltered from the weather is worth double that which Lub been expoHed to the winds and rains and the wauli of the ordinary barnyard. —Michigan Farmer. ' Corn is tbe best feed for piirs, and may be fed in the ear while soft, but when bard should be ground Quo, and wet with hot water, or otherwise 'cooked. I t lias been proved by repeated experi ments, that corn thus fed will make from one-third to one-half more pork than when led unground, and a bushel should make from ten to twelve po...

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. — 10 February 1876

The Democrat. Tun President's deposition will be ta ken on Saturday for Babcock. A communication froin Hov. L. M. Kuhns of our city will appear next week. Tub British Parliament was opened on Tuesday last by the Queen. Lord Cairns read her speech. Thb bill to repeal the bankrupt law passed the lower House of Congress on Tuesday. Yeas, 170; nays, 57. Delay. The Democrat was one day late this week owing to delay in re ceiving our supply of paper. It was quite unexpected and very annoying. A family named Barbier at Orville are ill from eating pork. The Doctor examined the meat and found it swarm ing with Irichinre. There is no doubt more such pork eaten than people wot of. Georob II. Pendleton returned, this week, to his home in Cincinnati, from his southern trip. Mr. Pendleton, in his journey, received the attention due to one so distinguished in the councils of the country. U. S. Grant, jr., takes Babcock's place till the latter gets back from that little business visit at St. Louis....

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. — 17 February 1876

VOL; 42. NO 37. ' CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY IT, 187C. a. McGregor & son, Publishers The Democrat. Grant flies to Bubcock's relief by deposition. ;. , i j " ;'..';, The Kansas House, all Republican, de mands the repeal of the Resumption act of the last Congress. They don't en dorse the Sherman sham. The great hard money apostle, the Chicago Tribune, thinks that the re1 sumption act should be repealed. And even Blaine admits the Sherman sham of last winter is a fraud. Rev. Winslow, the Boston forger, was arrested in London on Tuesday. His wife has the money, only six thousand dollars. He seemed greatly affected. He was remanded to jail for one week. 8. J. Tilden, Governor of the State of New York, has our thanks for pamphlet copies of his late annual message to the General, Assembly :of , the State,. We have heretofore referred to this able state paper. ' We see that Major McKinley is spoken of by the Republican, papers of this dis trict for Congress. ; Mr. Aultman is also named, and...

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 1876

Poetry. NEARING THE SHORE. An old man slla in a worn arm chair, Yhiie aa now 1b hU thin, aofl hair, Furrowed his check by time and care And back and forth it swayi; There' a far-away form In hid dim, dim eye, Vhich tells of thoughts of the long gonc-by, . For he alia once more 'ncath a cloudless sky, And in childhood merrily plays. lie rests his check on the head of his cano, 4nd happily smiling dreams over again Of that home, the brook, the meadow, the lano, Dreams all with a vision 'clear; Then childhood yields unto manhood's place Aud he looks once more lu his bright, bright face, And, down in the starry eyes he can trace . ; A love remembered and dear, Then he wakes and sighs: "It seems but a dream That comos to me now like a golden gleam, Or the shimmering glow of the sun's last beam, But 'tis pleasant to think It o'er ; That youth was so sweet, and now i past, Those days of love were too precious to last, ' But over yonder their pleasures are cast, And I am Hearing that shore....

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