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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 27 April 1876

Poetry. THE BEAUTIFUL BALLAD OF WASKA WEE. BY M. D. Ilcrvolcowaa swontas a ban-gn-ltn; Her mouth was small an the head of a pin ; Her eyes ran up, hor chin ran down, . Oh, ahe was the belle of YcddD town. Now lovely Waska Slngty Woo, Bo good to hear, and sweet to see, The fairest maiden In all Japan, Fell dead in love with a Turkish man. This TurklBh man a turban had, ThlsTutklsh man was sly and bad; He whispered unto Miss Waska Wco : "0 ily with mo to my own Turkee I . "0 fly wltn me to my own Turkee I And robes of gold I'll give to theo A girdle of pearl and love for llfo, If thou wilt bo my eightieth wire." Now simple Waska Singly Wee, So good to hear, so fair to see, Resolved behind her bashful fan To be eightieth wife to this Turkish man ; But though hor heart was full of glee, 8he hung her head and said to he : "If thou shouldst die, my Turkish beau, Where would poor Waska Blngty go?" Then this horrid, sly old Turkish man Declared he'd die ou the English plan. "And so," said h...

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. — 27 April 1876

r. m to riiruluhnil tO ubtKiriben atf'2 ill UKMOnAi in per year, 1 for six months; liny cents for three mouths, invariably In advance. CommwoNDKNCK, containing Important now. s solicited from all parte of the county. Writers name and address required on every communica tion u a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No CHd inserted for less than threedollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns on fifth page. Inserted for ten cents per Hue each Insertion. II Hserted In reading matter, twenty cents per lino. Mr, notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Ohanglug their advertisement quariori). Double column advertisements 25 percent, ad litional. All transient advortiscmeuta mutt beaccompa nled with tho cash. Advkrtiskm kntb, to Insure insertion, mu( be handed in by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. The...

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. — 27 April 1876

Business Items. ' W. L. FOULK, .BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W, VA , PRESS ASSOCIATION, piTTsnimaii, pa., recol"e and no- IB our only nuiuuiij oBv.. . licit Advertisements for tills paper, I. ..1 .ttunlnlfl In UN mUHt CO All Pitts, como through Ulirgll IWUVOI WBumuuw - ' tliis agency, or they will receive no notice what- ever, Tho most reliable place to buy your Clothing Is lit the Mora of M. KUHMAN iuar;W-8iuo LOST. Sob e oncstole my dog, a white and livor colored setter, and I desire to have him returned to me Immediately, If uot earlier, G. W. dilluh. J, 8. .Varquls, piano tuner, ManBfield, Ohio, will be In Canton about the 23d or April, M)avo or ders at Perkins fc Co. s Book store. Caked breasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swolllngs, sprains, stiff Joints, bums, scalds, poisonous bites, be ana nil nesn, oonu "u uui;iu h,mo, u, v.... absolutely cured by the Centaur Liniments. W hat the tho wnue i.iuimeni m iur mo iiuumu in,,,,,. Yellow Liniment is for spavined, galled and li ho...

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. — 27 April 1876

Poetry. LINES ON OPENING A CASKET. Oh I none would covot jewelry, Oi scenes where Jewels shine, If every casket's treasure! hoard Told such a tale as mine. A braceleV-of my father's hair, A lockel-of a brother', A brooch-memorial of despair, A guardchaln-of my mother's. Rings, fans, and hearts, unfitly gay, From frlouds estranged or far away ; That spotless agate cross was glveu By one who now finds rest In heaven t And long we'vo wept tho matron tlaid, Who gave you locket's raven braid : Memorials all, save owe alone, Of grief, of death, of friendship flown ! Gray Is the lock that bracelet bears, But thought, not time, had made It so ; For In the strength ol mind and years Was that thrlce-honorcd head laid low ! 77i locket's golden silky tress, It waved once on a cherub's head, Lent but tocherlth and to bless Boon was its ankel mission sped ; Through the stained crystal still appear A sister's kits, a mother's tear I The auburn lock, It graced a brow bright In the majesty of truth ...

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. — 27 April 1876

Variety. PERSONALS AND VARIETY. Den. Prado. the President elect of the Peruvian republic, visited Philadelphia last week ana was escorted through tne city and to the edifices of the exposition. The party returned to New York by the 4 o'clock train and were taken down the bay to the forts by the United States cut ter Grant. They were properly saluted. Gen. l'rado and his staff are to sail for Europc'at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in the Germanic. An Indiana girl at Vassar College writes to her parents ; "This is the most stilish hairpin of a boarding school I ever tumbled to. I can eat four times a day if I want to, and get a fair hack at the hash every time." A fast youth asked at a Frisco restau rant: "What have you got ?" "Almost everything," was the reply. "Almost everything? Well, give me a plate of ofthat." "Certainly. One plate of hash!" yelled the water. The King of Burmah is to have a jour nal. He will be the proprietor himself, and in the prospectus he says that all his sub...

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 April 1876

Local News. The eutcrtalnn cut at the Y. Jlf. C. A. rooma .. T i. iiw. Khililrun of tho N last North eaturuay tvcnuig, m, --- , , Bchool.Vaa very ph asing, and quite largely . . a nluvnil for t life m. at- tendcu. inc u. a. iwi.u j"vu . In Uicse times It will bo well for all who arc vie tinted by burglars or ietty thieve to repot Ira mediately to tho wannai or ., they know that may give the ollieers a cluo. all .1 i a Annlv finished and H. Jtugienari nno umi ....v.,, ..... - ........ unii ri ihn Afodinmoaation oi his ,,Lm; Mo,u In uhcar't block. Charles Franck occupies his old stand, the Washington house. - Hi M. J. Morlarty, a brother of James the auo . . j ... ,,. i, ,, uiwiiiiii iicd a funU' hir ack" a gentleman whom his friends hero regret to lose.-O.cttfa, Herald. mi .. . 1. . inni, onlamcd room for his H. J. DttCUU I IV v o- business, having taken the room lately occupied b A. Schwertner. He Is now repairing and fix ug up, having removed tho partition between the two rooms. Ki...

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. — 4 May 1876

VOL, 42. NO 48. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 4, 187C. McGBEGOR & son, Mlishm The Democrat. Hon. Chas. R. Buckalbw, of Pennsyl vania, was an elector at large when James Buchanan was elected. He thinks he has had sufficient rest, and reappears in the same position to announce the next Democratic President. It turns out that Grant did not direct any of the Judiciary or Secret Service fund to Philadelphia, as it was a Repub lican city, and was sufficiently looked af ter by the Pilgrim club, composed of high-toned gentlemen, in whom there was no guile. Hon. L. D. Woodworth, M C. now from this district, is formally announced as a candidate for re-election to Congress, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention. It seems Mr. Woodworth is a third termer, so fur as himself is con cerned. The Cincinnati Enquirer in 1872 clam ored a long time prior to the Baltimore Convention that year for Tom Scott as the Democratic candidate for President- Of course it was only in fun. We really hope that...

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. — 4 May 1876

The Views of a Statesman. WHAT GOV. SEYMOUR THINKS OF THE POLITICAL SITUATION. Reform Picot on which the Presidential Reform Picot on which the Presidential Caucus Will Turn — The Republicans Must Reform Picot on which the Presidential Caucus Will Turn — The Republicans Must Go Out — The Democrats will Succeed Be- Reform Picot on which the Presidential Caucus Will Turn — The Republicans Must Go Out — The Democrats will Succeed Be-cause Disconnected with Corruption. From an interview with the Hon. Horatio Seymour, in the Herald. "I recently party hud lout the confidence of the coun try, and Unit tho Democratic party hud not gained it, and that was not a random phrase, but one that seems to me to re flect the general relation of the parties to public opinion." "But tho sanguine Democrats view their side of the case more hopefully," I 8fli(lt "My view of the hopefulness of the ease for the Democracy is as bright as theirs," he answered, "but perhaps for a different reason. It seems to ...

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. — 4 May 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. Horrors of a Mad House. AN INSIDE PICTURE OF THE GOVERNMENT ASYLUM. The Brutal Treatment of a Boy who was made Crazy by Witnessing Lin- coln's Assassination—His Mother's Sad Recital. Washington, April 20 The Commit tee on Expenditures in the Interior De partment this morning examined a lady of the highest character residing in this city, whose name is withheld at her per sonal request. She testified that her eon became insane on the night President Lincoln was assassinated. He was sit ting in an orchestra chair when Booth jumped out of the box upon the stage, and being acquainted with the assassin, he called him by name. The next morn ing morning he exhibited symptoms of emotional insanity, and suffered from complete nervous prostration. The symp toms continuing, the lady was advised to place her son in charge of Dr. Nichols. Her son exhibited no signs of violence whatever, and was a mere boy, being but twelve years old. She went to the asy lum, and one of the physici...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 May 1876

Tbikmmjrat is furr.li.hod to subscriber, at 12 pr year, ft for six months; Ally oenU for throe mouths, Invariably In advance. Corhkspondmci, containing Important new, .ollclted from all part of the county. Write name and addre required on every eommunU ... nrlvat auarantco of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No oard Inserted for loss than throe dollar, per year. Business Notices In Item column! on flah pago, Inserted for ten cents per Une each Insertion. II iuaerted In reading matter, twenty cent, per line. m he Inserted for less than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of i t....,.i.ta ntitirtarlv. Ohangmg mcir Buyerim."""1 t Double column advertisements 28 per cent, ad ditional. All transient advertisement must beaccompa niort with the cash. Advehtiskmbnts, to insure insertion, musl be handed In by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communlcauons to a. mcgregor a son, Canton, Ohio. The Democrat. ESTABL...

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. — 4 May 1876

Business items. FOR SALE. nn onnnd-lmnd steam ennlne(85 horse-power); aa good as new J very choap. One Independent v,n,. fntid nnmn. Lawn mowera snar penea ana repaired. W. C. RICHARDS, my4-3d South Cherry, itreet, Canton The Opora' Iloufte Dry Goods Store, opened by R. A. DeForest, appears to be Ar.na nhnnt all the trade. Their cash Fales are reported between $300 and $400 a day The most reliable place to buy your Clothing it at the store or m. ttuuaian marS0-3mo Caked breast rheumatism, sciatica, swellings, sprains, stiff Joints, burns, scalds, poisonous bites, -... ,i a..U k..n on.) n,i,.lo allmnrtji. ran h absolutely cured by the Centaur Liniments. What the White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment Is for spavined, galled and lame ASTHMA CURE. Messrs. Editors : Please let It be known that wc have an unfalllug remedy for Asthma. Call cnoraddress, J. lows si bum. febl06m Jasslllon, Ohio, C. A. Burton gives agents from $20 to $60 por month and tliolr expensos to w...

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. — 4 May 1876

Select Story. QUEER CASE FOR THE LAW. In 1838, M. lo Baron de Cormnn, an pulent German noblo, inhabited the chateau of his ancestors, situated in the environs of Woima. An excellent sports man, and a redoubted smoker, the baron was at the tame time one of the ugliest mortals Germany ever produced. Not withstanding this circumstance, ho was an admirer of beauty in others, and con ceived a lively passion for Mademoiselle de Eeischberg, daughter of a neighboring castellan, whose antique domicile con etituted nearly his whole property. A Ibrmal demand of ti.e lady's hand was made by the baron; and the father, de lighted with the prospect of such a match, hastened to give the suitor an assurance of Lis assent and best wishes. It was not o, however, with the young lady, who, herself endowed with very extraordinary harms, could not endure the looks of the baron, and had, besides, long ago given away her heart to one of her cousins, a handsome cavalier, in contrast with whom the baron made ...

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. — 4 May 1876

BANKS. . F1RST NATI0NAL MI -OF- Canton, Ohio, . No. 1 Eagle Block, Corner Public Square. CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS,$80,000. fold Silver GoTcrnmcnt alii Rail road Bonis Bought and slot. SWT AND SELL DRAFTS ON ALL PRINC1 UPAl. CITIES IN THE U. S. Alto IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Etc, SHLL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. Farmers and Others having Mnnev fnr which they have no Immediate use, will do well to loave u nore on deposit for safety, and If left for a dtifln ne lime, interest wui do allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U. S. All business done on reasonable terms LEVI L. MILLER, Cashier, MRKCTORS : . ATJLTMAN, LKWI8 MILLER, JOHN P. RAY MOLDS, OKO. COOK, JACOB MILLER, March 20, 73. BANK OP G.D.HARTER&BR0 Tit fltnnA Ttanlrinrv TTnuon T7tiaf Tnuirattrac street. HKGLISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN Bmk open from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M and on Saturday wcmngtjrom to f. M, GOLD, SILVER, AND Government Bonds. American ana Foreign Drafts Bongh and Sold, Accounts Sol...

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. — 4 May 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, B. CASE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO. marffi'72-tf.) J. C. 8TALLCUF, , TTORNEY AT LAW, ALLIANCE, OHIO. ltaMehtwUf Block. dec3'74tf. - " C F I'KRK-INS 4 TTORNKY AT LAW AUENTT FOR THE A Bale and Leaning of Real Klate-- in In Eagle Block. feb7 '3- m UNntHHllL JOHN LAHM. W,lhDLB UNDERHILL& LAHM, . m, iw nvvinv TVPAflHTT.Y Second Floor, Cornet Public Square. Canton, UUlo. ' WILLIAM A. LYNCH. ...... WILLIAM B. DAY, LYNCH 4 IA Y A TTORNEY8 AT LAW OFFICE INCASS ILLY A n. i. D..MI. Angara C.AllUm. OlilO. r dunh , uuni uuwvi ' ,MAPH.KYKR.byer480N T. C. MKYKR. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CANTON, 0., OFFICE inDnnemiUer'new building, near Fubllc Sauara. nuv3 68-yl. RROROE E. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH ard'l Block, west side Public Square, Canton. Ohio. -P . DiiiiTr w- ;E!vi' BRADEN 4 REEVES, TTORNEYS AT LAW Office jJJjjfJfLSJ??'1 A nverKitt'mwre.Cftmon.O. novJ0 78-yl H .H. SHIELDS. ATTORNEY AT LAW-Oflice In Eagle Block, opposite the Court Houmj. In liti...

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. — 11 May 1876

i.f. 2. VOL. 42. NO 49. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 11, 1876. A. McGBEGOR & SON, Publishers The Democrat. Tai Masaillnn Tnifonmdmt can't set over it, it says 8herirf Rauch is a poor mi - l I... 1. .. excuse, ine lnaepenat-m mw it vor hard indeed, feels bad. It is sad, but we "excuse" him. Uiarne J ones Begins think bad of Rauch too. to Mr. Davis, of the Akron Beacon, called at the Democrat office to-day. We al ways return such compliments when in Akron. Josiah Haktzkll, Esq., ex-editor of the Repository, is out for Congress, hoping to secure the Republican nomination. Mr. Hartzell is a man of energy and may take votes from somebody. Auditor Sourbeck has been in Cleve' land a day or two on business connected with his official duties, helping to appor tion the value of the C. & P. R. R., for the purpose of taxation. Rkv. Duncan McGregor, of this city, reached in the Tabernacle at New York last Sabbath, and is how assisting at the great Baptist Convention at Kichmonu, Virginia. In Leaven...

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. — 11 May 1876

Miscellaneous. "ECONOMY AND THRIFT," How Miser Acquired a Fortune and Returned to Fatherland, SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS SAVED IN TWENTY-THREE YEARS. Twenty-live years uo a poor German emigrant named August Sulpiua came over tlicbea to seek better fortune i the Western States of America. He was then 38 years of age, unmarried, and ig norant of any language except that of his mother-country. By chance rather than preference he made Columbus his home, easily linding employment in a drug store, as he was soon found to be a first class apothecary. He was a dry, odd and uncompanionable kind of a man, but won the respect of his employers by his sobriety and attention to business. After having clerked two years at cuiuiuuus, hft swrnis to have found himself suffi ciently wealthy to come to Cincinnati for the purpose of estuuiisiiing a urug muie of his own. With his hard savings-llie result of afcetically rigid economy-lie succeeded in opening a retail drug busi ness at No. 440 Walnut street....

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. — 11 May 1876

POLITICAL. WASHIN GTON. WASHIN GTON. Message of the President — He Declines to Give a Memorandum of His Absences from the Capital. Wahhinoton, May 4 The President to-day sent the following message to the llour-e, in reply to Representative Black burn's resolution : 7b the House of Representatives: I have given rery attentive considera tion to the resolution of the House of Representatives passed on the 3d of April, requesting the President of the United States to inform tjie House whether any Executive offices, acts or duties, and if any, what have, within a specified period been performed at a distance from the seat of government established by law, etc. I have never hesitated nor shall I hesitate to communicate to Congress and tn either branch thereof, all information which the Constitution makes it the duty of the President to (five, or which my judgment may suggest to me, or a request irom eitner nouse may lnuicute to um will be useful in the discharge of its prop er duties conf...

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. — 11 May 1876

ThiDimbcrat U furnished to inbscribeni at 12 per year, II for six months; flay cent for three months, Invariably In advance. containing Important new ...... j , .n r,rt. nf the county. Writers name and address required on every commuulca. tlon u a private guarantee of good latin. ..., n dollar ner Hue per year. No cud Inserted for less than three dollars per year, n,.Hcm In Item columns on fifth pago, Inserted for ten cents per tine each InKcrtlon. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty ce,ii i. . No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents, Yearly advertisers allowed the prlvllego of (hanging their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cout. ad ditlonal. A 11 transient advertisements must beaccompa- Died with the cash. Advertisements, to Insure insertion, mtul be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to a. mcgrkgor a son, Canton, Ohio. The Democrat. ESTABLISHED, A.D. 1833. A. McGREGOR, Ed...

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. — 11 May 1876

BUSINESS ITEMS. FOR SALE, Oie second-hand steam englne(35 horso-powor); as good as new ; very cheap. Ono Independent boiler feed pump. Lawn mowors sharpened and repaired. W. C. RICHARDS, mji-M South Cherry, utroet, Canton. I Bi,uii this week commence the sale of Ladies Suits by offering a new ready made Grass Cloth Suit for $1 50. r. a. Deforest. Opera Houbb Store. The most reliable place to buy your Clothing Is at the store of M. RUHMAN. martO-Smo Caked breasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swellings, sprains, stiff Joints, burns, scalds, poisonous bites, and all Hesh, bone and muscle ailmerts, can be absolutely cured by the Centaur Liniments. What the White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment is for spavined, gallod and larte horses aud animals. A good assortment of fishing tackle can be pro cured at Cool's drug store, Mathew's block, oppo site the Post office. "READING WITHOUT TEARS." If you would relieve your eyes of hurtful strain : If you would prevent loss of sight...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 May 1876

MISCELLANEOUS. FLEECING THE FREEDMEN. SAVINGS BANK MANAGED IN THE INTEREST OF A FARM. The Shameless Transaction by which the Poor Negroes were Swindled out of their Earnings—Stock for which the Ring never Paid—The Seneca Sandstone Fraud. A part of the testimony taken by the Select' Committee of the House of Rep resentatives on the Freedman's bnnk has jnat been published. It is very interest ing reading, and discloses a state of tacts in regard to the management of that in stitution which will certainly astound the whole country. The witnesses who threw the most light on the shameful transactions, by which the poor, ignor ant freedm?n were swindled out of their earnings were Anson M, Sperry, t. a. Pnrris, Joseph G. Bigelow and J. J. Stew art ; but in a long and tedious examina tion of J. W. Alvord, C. W. Hayden and G. W. Stickney, a great deal of valuable information was drawn from them. The first three named witnesses were willing nes, and wanted to tell all they knew. The fourth, M...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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