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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1876

12 Poetry. Poetry. REST AT LAST. After the shower, tho tranquil tun ; flllver stars when the day la done. After tlie snow, the emerald leaves ; After the harvost, goldon "sheaves, After the elouds, the violet sky ; Quiet woods when tho wind goes by. After tho tempeft, the lull of wave ; After the battle, peaceful graves. After the knell, the wcddlngbells; Joyful greetings from lad farewells, After the bud, the radiant rose; After our weeping, tweet repose. After the burden, the blissful meed ; After the furrow, the waking seed. After tho (light the downy nest ; Over the shadowy river rcBt. Tina is the popular refrain among the officers, crews and passengers on board ,' the racing stearyhoats on the Mississippi: For we'll give her a little more rosin, And open her blower wide, To show them the way to Natchez, Running against the tide. Oh I a little more rosin, do A little more pitch and pi no I Throw In a can of glycerine And a barrel of turpentine. Miscellaneous. AN INFANT FEET UNDE...

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. — 2 March 1876

8 & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, E. CASE, ..... . inVT A1IIA jk TTOKNEY AT UW, UAmvn, A. niarira-tf. J. C. BTALLCUP, 1 TTORNEY AT LAW, AUHai.n, OHIO, A ' Merchants' Block. dec'74-tf. P. 8. SOWERS. ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN NATIONAL Banli Building, up stairs. y41iid-W. " C. F, PERKINS, .. tdmcv AT LAW-AGENTT FOR THE A fTe d Leasing ot Keal Ktate-Offl In febOTH. Eatf! gUt Block. . tMDkXHIl.L. JOHN LAHM. I'NDKRHILL & LAIIM, . wriDMVVH AT1.AW-OFFICE INCASxILY A bewud Floor, Corner Public Square. Caijtou, . WOUAIi A. LYNCH. "WILLIAM B. BAY. w umm.h . LYNCH & DAY ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE IN CASE ILLY Block, Public Square, Cautun, Ohio. my-l'704ocl'it'72. tUAfHIM MKYDB. T. 0. MEYBBi MEYER 4 SON, . . ... . . , r. . un.AU A nir-n,ir?Tr ATTORNEYS AT LAn,i;A ,""'"" ot,wTi liiDannemlller'suew building, n" Pbllc Square. GEORGE E. BALDWIN, A TTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH- f. ards Oluo. Block, west Hide Public Square, Canton. A. A. BRADEN W. A. REEVES, RRADEN A REEVES, ATTORNEYS AT...

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. — 9 March 1876

i " Mi VOL. 42. NO 40. CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 9, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers m Eoj fi 1 in r i 11 The Democrat. It is given out that the Democratic Convention would probably have been held at Cincinnati but for the factious spirit manifested by the Enquirer, Wood field Spirit. Tiibiik is one point in Thurman's fa vor : he is reliable, and one can tell where to find him something that cannot be said of politicians generally. Springfield Transcript. Tun Stark Co. Dbmocbat has reasona ble financial view8.-.BucJ:oe St(tte. Judging by their practice that is more than we can say for the Republican party. And Babcock has cone! resigning, as the word is, his place at the White House And will President Grant no longer send his communications to Congress by the lovely Babcock 7 TriE Babcock-Belknap affairs have ef fectually settled third term ; but there may be a question as to leaving the office, whether in the natural and iegular way, or by impeachment.. In the Emma Mine affair Mor...

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. — 9 March 1876

ho whs commissioned, if any agreement was mude'betweeii yon and Hie appointee: state it or produce it if in writing, and was wich agreement, made with the knowledge of the Secretary of AVar and ttitethe circuniHtances connected will) the making of that agreement and all transactions in detail thereunder fully and particularly as if you were specially interrogated in regard to the several transactions, and so fully as to save the necessity of repeated interrogatories. STATEMENT OF MARSH. In reply to your question I weuld state that, in the dimmer of 1870, myself and wife spent some weeks at Long Branch, and on our return to New York, Mrs. Belknap and Mrs. Bowor, by onr invita tion came for a visit to our home. Mrs. Belknap was ill during this vinitsome three or four weeks, and I suppose in con sequence of our kindness to her, she felt under some obligations, for she asked me one day. in the course of a conversation; why I did not apply for a post-tradership on the frontier. I asked w...

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. — 9 March 1876

he $tm1t. 0mili! Jltnwcrat, aiifon, ftV, P; $lmh 1$76 Poetry. HOME COMING. When brother! leave the old hearthstone And go, each one, a separate way, We think, as wo go on alone Along our pathway, day by day, Of olden scones and faces dear, Of voices that we miss so much, And memory brings the absent near, Until we almost loci the touch Of loving hands, and hear, once more. The diar old voices ringing out, As in the happy time of yore, Ere life had caught a shade of doubt. If you should place against your ear The shell you plundered from the sea, Down in its hidden heart you'd hear A low and tender melody, A murmur of tho restless tide, A yearning, born of memory, And, though its longings be denied, The shell keeps singing ot the sea, And sometimes when old memories throng, Like ghosts, the chambers of our soul, We feel the yearning, deep and strong, A longing we cannot control, To lay our cares and buslnesi by To soek the old familiar ways, And cross home's threshold aud sit down Wi...

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 March 1876

lAirn iiiri'' $ emeriti. aniont 0fii, humhmt & WW 4' TreDkmbcuat I furnished to alcrileni atli per year; 1 for six months; tiny rents for throe nvjutlm. Invariably in advance. OobbksI'ONdkncA conuiltiiug Important now, lollclled from nil part nf tho counly. Writers arue and address required ou every coraiimim (on as a private guarantee of good fuith. dollar ncr line per year. No rd Inserted for,lcss than throe dollars per year. Unelnraa Notices In Item columns on fl fill page, ....wt.,.1 C.f t,.n nlltK iter lino each Insertion. If nserted In reading mntter, twenty cents per line. No notice will be Inserted for lew than fifty cents, Yearly advertisers allowed Hie privilege uf changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 percent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the rush. Advkhtishmknts, to Insure Insertion, wusf he banded In hy Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to ...

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 March 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PKNN'A, OHIO 4 W, VA- TRESS ASSOCIATION, pitthiimuiii, i'A.', la our only authorjzcd Agent to reeel"o and so Hclt Advertisements for this paper. AU Pitts, burgh advertisements to in must come through this agency, or they will receive no notice whatever. AUCTION. Rare chancel 150 nieces, carpet at auction In Canton, commencing about April 3d' and 100 piece" at Masslllon, commencing about April 15th nu't be closed out regardless ot coHt. maritf - A. HUKBKUCK. HF.RES YOUH CHANCE. Don't forget It, when wo tell you that the cheap est place in the city to buy boots, shoes, etc.. Is at J. C. Klchards, HI .South Market street. JIk goods are not cheap, shoddy stock, but the very best, and aro being sold at remarkable good bargains. Real fields for enterprise deserve to be mention ed. The United States Life Insurance Company, of New York, whose standing is so pre eminent, baa opened a General Agency at 125 Hank Street, Cleveland, Ohio, under the m...

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 March 1876

t glark omt1i! fltmomt. nnian, JPara Mmh Poetry. ONE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE, A paragraph appeared some days ago in 37ieSun announcing thedeainol Jinn r iizpainca, mm of the Lisht Brigade, wlio died of starvation iu Englauo. Ho had rccelvt-d a pension ofslx ponce day, which, however, was withdrawn several yean ago, and ho endeavored to eke out a miser able existence by riding In circus pageants. Old age and disease unfilled him for this or any other work; the only refuge lor the disabled soldier was n,A fwtrVimtiu from which ha shrunk in horror, The verdict of the Coroner's Jury was: ' Died or tarvatlou, and the case a disgrace to the W ar Of- lice." Speed the news I Speed the news I Speed the news onward I "Died of starvation" oue Of the six hundred; One who bis part had played "Well In the Light Brigade, When through the vale of death Bode the six hundred. II. Food to the rlgM of him, Food to the left of him, Food all around, yet The veteran hungered; lie who through shot and shell F...

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 March 1876

tii $nrK orjttu $mocmt, gmiton, ,pr mh g, B16 Poetry. Poetry. MANY YEARS AGO. By Uio lake beyond Hie meadow, Where the lilies blow, As the young mooo dipped and llfled Her reflected bow, , Lived and died a dream of beauty Many youra ago, Something made the milk-white blossoms Hveu whiter grow: Something gave the dying sunset . An lntanscr glow, And enrlelied the oup of pleasure. Filled to ovorllow, Hone was frail and passion floetlng; It Is often so; Visions born of golden sunsets With the sunsets go; To have loved Is to have suffered Martyrdom below. " ' ' 1 By the lake beyond the meadow, Where the lilies blow, . Oh I the glory there that perished None shall ever know, When a human heart was broken, Many years ago. BYRON ON WASHINGTON. The drying tip a single tear has more Of honest fame than shedding seas of goro. And why t-because It brings self-approbation; W nereas the other, after all its glare, Shouts, bridges, arches, peiiioiis from a nation, ' Which (It may be) has not much...

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 March 1876

gtnrh ctmtt! mmnt, nnton, 0!(iaf hursd;ttt,$hrL(1( V, j$70 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, K. CASE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO. uiarJb'7'J tf.j J C 8TALLCUP1 . TTORNEY AT' LAW, ALLIANCE OHIO, i. Olllie in Merchant' Block. doc 74 tf. C. F. PERKINS, 1 TTORNEY AT LAW AGENTT FOR THE A Sale and Leasing of Real Estate-office lu Eaglo Block. feb27 73, . W. INIltKHII 1 JOHN LAHM, UNDERBILL & LAHM, 1 TT0RNEY8 AT LAW-OFFICE IN CA8S1LY A Second Floor, Cornet Public Bqiiare, Canton, Oiilo. Sehli 'H'l. WILLIAM A. LVNC11ncii & WH.UAM . DAY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OKFICE INCASILLY Block, Public Square, Canton, Ohio. may4'70AocU!4'72, .APHU..KVDB.eyer4S0N T.C. MEYER. 4 TTORNEYS AT LAW, CANTON, 0,,-OFFICR A inDanueniillor'suew bullillng, near Public Square. uuvaw-yi OKORGE E. BALDWIN, A TTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH A ard'B Block, went side Public Square, CaiiUm. Ohio. . ' aprta 74 A. DriRTnisT W. A. REEVES, BRADEN & REEVES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Ofllce In Eagle Block, over KUt'B store, Canton...

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 March 1876

,A,Mlw,i,iMM;fartfafciwia .. P , ... a v J : VOL. 42. NO 41. CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 16, 18T6. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers ..s.c i Aite,. ii;, .a in W. II. The Democrat. TmiStark county Democrat, we observe, is being largely quoted by Republican papers for fiiianihl views. The Democrat desires to harmonize the party on a Re Steubenville Gazette. The Democrat desires to harmonize on the Coustitution, and is in full accord with every National Democratic platform ever made, which is not the case with the Cinciunati Enquirer and ita ruHh light echo, the Steubenville Gazette. These sheets advise bolting to defeat the gallant and staunch Democracy of Con nectiout. The very same men on a similar platform were elected in that State one year ago, and these sheets shouted over the result as a glorious Democcratic vic tory ; and now they counsel and urge their defeat. Who are playing into the hands of the Republican party? Who counsel and work for dissension and dis aster? The financial view...

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. — 16 March 1876

Paltry THREE AND ONE BY ELLA WHEELER. They stray through (lie Minllt, summery weather, Two irmldn and a youth 'neath skies of blue, And each if tlie three, as they walk together, I Ki'Ntl) wiping there were but two. Tet the maidens loved each otherdcarly, And both love the youth, If ho only knew ; But he love one as a sweet friend merely.: And the other he loves as lovers do. ghe who has won his heart's best pnstlon Gives ba.'k a laney, a passing whim; avu intfAii liim nnlv ftiinnette l'allinu. ' While the other maid-she would dlf for him. inA wlillu ihnv wander across the meadows, Their three hearts brimming with lovea aweet pain, Tate Is sitting within the shadows, Weaving fur them a tangled skein. .hA hll wiave till tho autumn weathor, When th' threads shall unravel and all come straight; But well Khe loves In knot them together And tangle the ends for a time, doth Fate I Ihe at whose fcot 1b cast that treasure, A man's heart str ing wiih love's full tide, Shall use It awhile as ...

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. — 16 March 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. BELKNAP'S CONFESSION. What he Said the Committee in Answur to the Charges. Washington, March 3. Mr. Blackburn, of Kentucky, one of the members of the Committee on Expenditures in the War Department, said to-day that when Soc io tary Belknap learned that . serious charges had been made against him, he asked, through his counsel, for permis sion to make a sworn statement. This was granted, and he appeared before the committee at the time set. The charges having been read to him, he said, through his counsel, and with tears streaming down his cheeks: "I have heard the charges read. Some things are true, somethimis are not true, and sotr, things I know nothing about. But m.le your charge and put anything in it you pleas, it makes no difference what, as to my guilt, which I will ac knowledge without reserve. Only grant my wish, that this investigation shall be pursued no further as affects any mem ber of my family." Belknap was assured that the commit tee had no such objec...

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. — 16 March 1876

Tn Dkmochat u lurnished to sabiribers at tt per year; W for six months; filly centi lor three months, Invariably In advance. CoBHKSPONDKNM, containing Important new.s solicited from all part of the county. Writers oune and address required on every communica tion ai a private guarantee of good faith. Buslnnss CardR one dollar per line nor year. No 0 ird inserted for leas than three dollars por year. Business Notice in Item column, on fifth page, 1 iaertedfor ten cents per lino each Insertion. II 1 iserted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. Mo notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege l changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 percent, ad ditional. AllMMBicnt advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. Advertiskmknts, to insure Insertion, mud be banded in by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & Son, A. McGREGOR & S...

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. — 16 March 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., Ii our only uthorized Agent to rocoI"e and Unit Advertisements for this paper. All 1 itw burnh advertisements to u must come Ui rem Igh this agency, or they will receive no notice what ever, . FOR RENT. . A farm of 45 acres, a farm of 85 acres, a good oal mine, a limestone quarry-all of them within two mlloxol Cuninn, lor from one to live years. Money rent. Possession April 1. 1876. Call on or BLAKE LAMP CO., Ogden House, Canton, O. AUCTION. Bare chance I 150 pieces carpet at auction In Canton, commencing about April 8d and 100 piece at Masslllon, commencing about April ICth musl be closed out regardless of cost. A. HERBRUCK. WANTED To borrow S2000on first mortgage security property worth Jli.OiK), at 8 per cent, per anni on um navHble semiannually. Apply at JOHN LYNUH'S olllce. marie 3t REMOVAL. On or about April 'st, I will remove my bootand ' hoe store to my new and more co...

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 March 1876

Paltry. FOOTSTEPS ON THE OTHER SIDE Bitting in my humble doorway Gating out into the night, listening to the stormy tumult, With a kind of cad delight, Wait I for the loved who come not, ! Oue whose steps I long to hear; One, who though he lingers from me, EtiU la dearest of the dear, oft, he comes-now, heart he quiet, Leaping In triuii.pliant pride ; Oh I It Is a stranger footstep, Gone by on the other side. All the night aoems filled with weeping, Winds are walling mournfully; And the rain-tears altogether Journey to the restless sea ; 1 can fancy, sea, your murmur, As they with your waters flow, like the grief of single beings Making up a nation's woe. Branches, bid your guests be sllentl Hush a moment, fretful ralul' Breese, stop sighing, let me listen God grant not again In vain I Z la my cheek the blood Is rosy, Like the blushes of a bride ; Joyl-alasl a stranger footstep, Gone by on the other side. Ah I how many wait forever; For the steps that do not come I Wait until the pi...

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 March 1876

Variety PERSONALS AND VARIETY. A man cnn borrow trouble without giv ing security, Julian Pickles lins been bottled up in the MiHHimri Penitentiary for u-8ult with hitent to kill. A mnn in Northp.mpton county, Pa., has contracted to ship 75,000 school slutea to Japan, There are 38,000 persons employed In wateli nmkinu: in Switzerland, of which number one third are women, It is said that figures won't lie; but the figures of some women are very decept ive to say the least. A Persian proverb says : "There are only two days for which to feel anxious. One is the day that is past, the other is the day to come." The first white child was born in Iowa thirty-six years ago, and is now living. To-day there are over 500,000 Hawkeyes by birth. "What a fortunate thing it is to be an editor," says a Somerville, Tenn., paper. "We have just been presented with a liz ard with two tails." A single English firm has built 16,000 iron bridges for the Bombay, Baroda, Central India, and other Fast India R...

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 March 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, K, CASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, CHIO. niar25'72-tf. J. C. 8TALLCUP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, aiuabu, Ollioe In Merchant' Block. dec3 7411. C. F. l'EUKINS, 1 TTORNEY AT LAW AUENTT FOR THE A bale and Loaning o( Real Eatate-om m -Office fugle Block. . IIMJIKHII.I,. JOHN LAlill. L'NDERHILL St LAHM, 4 TTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE IN CASS1LY A (Sewud Floor, Coiner Public Square, Canton, 5uio. lebl3 73-yl. WILLIAM A. LYNCH. WILLIAM B. DAY. LYNCH 4 DAY. ATTORNEY8 AT LAW-OFFICE IN CASSILLY Block, Public Square, Cantou, Ohio. may4'70oct24'72. BBATUIM VKYDR. T. C. MKYBR, ME1M a oun, TT01 AinD Square. TTOR EY8 AT LAW, CANTON, U., V)r r JY, i D -.inOBilllor s new ouuuing, near ruum llovio-yi. GEORGE E. BALDWIN. . rmuNRV AT LAW OFFICE IN RICfr A. aid's Block, west aide 1'ublle Square, Canton. Khio, aprt3'74. JLS. BEAD IN. A. BEEVES. BRADKN 4 REEVES, 4 TTORNEYS AT LAW Wince in r.Kie Diue, A orer Kitt's store, Canton, 0. novSu'73-yl R. S. SHIELDS, nvmnNRY at LAW 0111 ce In Eas...

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 March 1876

Sr-" : IT K VOL. 42. NO 42. if iL SSiL J. i i nrnv nnniv i CANTON. OHIO MA Tf!H oq ma a w.r.wnnv n..r,...t. The Democrat. At a printer's festival, the following toast was onerea : woman second only w me press iu tut) uisseimnauon oi news, A skein of yarn with which a nimble kitten has been playing all day, is no more hopelessly snarled than are the Democratic leaders with regard to the financial question. Mattillon Independent. How is that Belknap kitten ? Anything marled there? Don't Belknap over shadow the Pope's toe ? Mr. Andrew Roy, State Mine Inspec tor, in his report just printed, says there are thirty-one coal companies with head' quarters located at Youngstown, and sev teen in Masaillon. No other point in the btate can reach naif the number. A dispatch in the New York Herald from Jackson, Miss., charges that B. K Bruce, the colored Senator, cashed cer tificates for members of the Legislature of his State, and that the consideration therefor was his election to the Senate The...

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 March 1876

Indiana about, lie returned to hid cabin, procured bin ritie and Bturted in the di rection of tlio sound, lie adviinced cuu tiously, alwuvu kej)injj a lurgo tree in rungo between liiuisolt and the locality from whenui) the sound cnino. Approach ing nearer, he detected from the sound of the chopping that it was not done by In dians. Kmboldened by this discovery, he advanced upon the company and found them to he the I-atimers-James, Thomas and Robert, with two hired men, who were clearing in bc. 13, Canton township, about a mile distunt from Mr. Kitt's opening Ah a matter of course Mr. and Mis. KiU were rejoiced to learn Iipv liiid such close neighbors. In due time Mrs. Kitt expected to be sick, and where to procure protessionai assistance for that interesting occasion was a sore trouble to Mr. K. There was nn doctor nearer than New Lisbon, a dis tance of 30 miles. To send there was out of the question. Consulting his neighbor T..itimron the eubiect. he was relieved of all anxiety whe...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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