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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 May 1876

BANKS. II Mil -0F- Canton, Ohio, Ko. 1 Eagle Block, Corner Public Square, CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS,$80,000. Gold Silrer Government anil Rail road Bonis Mint and sion SUY AND SELL DRAFTS ON ALL PRINCI Cll'A L VlTlliS IN T1IK U. S. Aim IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Etc. SELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. . Farmers and others havinar Money for which Uioy have no immediate use, will do well to leave u Here on aeposit lor saiety, ana u lei; loraaeun lie uina, uitorest ww oe aiiowea. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U. 8. All busineea done on reasonable terms LEVI L. MILLER, Cashier. DIRECTORS : C. AULTMAN, LEWIS MILLER, JOHN f. ray NOLDo, UKO. COOK, JACOB MILLER. March 20, 78. BANK OF G.D.HARTER&BR0. In Stone Banking House, East Tuscra was Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN .SPOKEN Bant tpatfrom SA.M.toSP. M., and on Saturday eutnmgijrom ojx, 10 r, a. DEAL IN GOLD, SILVER, AND Government Bonds. American and Foreign Drafts Bongnt . and Sold, Accounts Solicited. ...

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. — 11 May 1876

Local Hews. William Bucher and wife, formerly of Canton now of Cleveland, have been visiting in town. The saloon keepers of Stark county held a con i i,iiinu last Friday. Canton wan represented by a largo majority. The Wrought Iron Bridge Companyare building the Iron tower for the Zanenvllie uoun uuuse. is to stand 68 feet above the roof. Eastern homo buyers wore In town during last week, and succeeded in securing a uuinucr 01 very floe horses, which they shipped aasi. nannvmilier. wife and daughter, left for Eu rope last Thursday. Mrs. Dumonlin, wife of Jos, Dumonlln. Esq., left for the same destination the week before. Five 6ne new Brunswick tables will be placed in Wm. Cappe's billiard room, Opera House, soon, which will greatly improve his facilities for a good business. Mrs.' Bcheibcr. who died at the residence of A flar.hatte rccentlv. had In her possession a family bible published A. D. 15M. It goes to her oldest on, Jacob Schcjber, of Tiffin, The high ground of the alley run...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 May 1876

' ' 1 ;. Si MkiiLKU" l ii,- ' ..M"f:" ' " '! - i i L! r ,:J) VOL. 42. NO SO. . CANTON. OHIO. MAY i8, 1876. A. McGSEGOR & SON, Publishers The, Cincinnati Enquirer would defeat the Democratic party in order to prevent Judge Thurman becoming President. A great Democratic organ, truly I Th 18th Democratic District Conven tion at Medina last week chose Cummins and Axtell as delegates to the St. Louis Convention, Both for Thurman. A gang of respectably connected young men of St. Louis have been discovered in the manufacture of counterfeit railroad tickets, and their new branch of industry has been crushed. About $10,000 worth of spurious tickets were found for nearly all the roads leading out of bt. Louis. Meade, the murderer of Elijah David son, of Leetonia, who was sentenced be hung, and who has been confined the old iail at New Lisbon, has managed to escape by sawing out a part of the door, at least report says this. It is not much to wonder at. The only strange thing about it is, ...

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. — 18 May 1876

Select Story. Recollections of a Handloom Weaver. In the spring of 1837. the failure of cer tain great commercial eBtablmhrnenta in America, combining with other causes, silenced, in one week, upwards of (3,000 looms in Dundee and the various agencies in its connection, and spread dismay throughout the whole county of Forfux. AmongHt the many villages thus trade stricken, none felt the blow more severely than that of Newtyle, near Cupar-Angus. This village was new, having sprung up since the completion of the Dundee uaii way a few vears ago. It consisted chiefly of weaving-shops and dwellings for the weavers. The inhabitants, about JUU in number, were strangers to the place and to each other, having been recently cot lected from distant places by advertise ments promising them many advantages. but which, when the evil day came, were little leizarded. While employers were. some unwilling and many unable to do anything for the relief of those whom they had brought together for their o...

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. — 18 May 1876

Miscellaneous. BLACK HILLS SKETCHES. The First Hanging Episode—Judge Lynch Officiates. Lynch Officiates. The Victim Writes a Letter to a Brother in St. Louis. There were four of us seated togother .around a cheerful pitch pine fire upon the side of a grassy knoll among the foot hills, about forty miles from Custar. One of the party was a mountaineer, the rest were members ef a large,, well armed train of Black Hitlers, then toiling and working its way through a wilderness of eage brush, endeavoring to reach the trail our party had discovered a few hours be fore. We had selected a spot for a rest where the wind or the sun, or perhaps both, had cleared away the snow from about a huge pine knot, almost petrified by age. The grass, too, was quite luxur iant, and offered an inducemeut for us to halt and rest until the train came up. lhe Are lighted and the knot in a blaze, ' we brought forth our pipes for a smoke, and watch the misty curtain rise. 'Twas a glorious scene on that crisp, fr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 May 1876

Thi Dkubcbat U furnished to robriben at 12 per year, II for tlx month ; flrty cent for three months, Invariably In advance. Comwpowobkce, containing Important new,i solicited from all part f Ule o0"""'' Wri1te name and addresa required on every communlca t Ion u a prlvaU) guarantee of good (kith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No card Inserted for 1cm thau three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item column! on filth page, inserted for tonoents por line each Insertion. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per lino. No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Ohanglng their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. Alltranslont advertisements roust be accompa nied with the cash. Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, must be banded in by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address aH communications to a. McGregor son, Canton, Ohio. The Democrat...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 May 1876

Business Items. FOR SALE. One second-hand neam engine (35 horse-power); as good as new; very cheap. One Independent boiler feed pump, Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired. W. C. KICIIAKIM, myl -3d South Cherry, street, Canton The most reliable place to buy your Clothing Is Bt the.stnro of M, KU11MA.N. ni'ar;io-3mo AndySchwortnorui selling from his immense stock of snr ng and summer boots, shoes, etc now at prices that cannot bo cut under by any one His are all line goods, warranted, . PICTURE FRAMES, frc. Go to Shcrrlck !t Miller's hardware store and have your pictures framed by Jacob II. Jfillor, He will do the work promptly, in first class style and as cheap as it can be done anywhere else, They have advantages in that line that are pos sessed by few other dealers and have a largo and line stock of mouldings, etc . B, C. S. J. B. C.S.. is the staudard article of this country. All who have ever used it call for it again and again. It stands unrivaled and uuequaled. It Is good for all...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 May 1876

Political. SAMBO IN CONVENTION. Georgia Republicans and Their Presidential Preferences, Duskv and Boisterous Friends of Sen ator Morton A Hundred Negroes Talking at Once The Domooratio Party Arraigned. Atlanta, Ga May 5.-The Republi can State Convention which has just clo Bed ita session here, held for the purpose of selecting delegates to Cincinnati, and nominating a candidate for Governor, was one of the most protracted, disorder ly and comical ever held in Georgia- Wednesday was the day of opening. Before 12 o'clock a great crowd of black and white spectators began filing in the spacious galleries of the House ofRepre sentatives, while the delegates took their planes at the desks below. It was an odd sight. It was the first general Re publican Convention held in Georgia in four years. The men of the olden time were here, those who took part in recon struction. and in organizing the RepuWi ran nartv on Georiria soil. Familiar fa es, brought down to us from the Bullock regime, were...

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. — 18 May 1876

BANKS. -OF- Canton, Ohio, No. 1 Eagle Block, Corner Public Square. CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS,$80,000. Gold Silver Govcrnmcut anil Rail road Bonis Bonsnt and sios, BUY AND SELL DRAFTS ON ALL PR1NC1 CIPAl. villus in i uk u. a. Aim in ENGLAND, FRANCE, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Etc. SELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. Farmers and othors having Money for which they hare no Immediate line, will do well to leave it nore on aopomi tor satety, ana u ion luraueuu He urae, interest wm De auowea. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U. S. All business done on reasonable terms LEVI L. MILLER, Cashier. directors : f. AOLTMAN, LEWIS MILLER, JOHN F. RAY NOLDS, UKU, CUUK., JACOB illLLUK, March 20, '78. ,.B ANK -OF- G.D.HARTER&BR0. In Stone Banking House, East Tuscrawat Street. ENGLISH AND GSERMAN SPOKEN Bank sswnrom 8 A. if. to 8 P. St., and on Saturday WCniUytJTOm Vi 10 B'i f, M. DEAL IN GOLD, SILVER, AND Government Bonds. American aid Foreign Drafts Bonstht and Sold. Accounts Solicite...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 May 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, K. CASE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO. maranj-tf. J, C. 8TALLCUP, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, ALLIANCE, OHIO, OMcc in Merchant".' Block. decS 74 tf. C. F, I'EKKINS, TTORNEY AT LAW AGENTT FOR THE i C li . . . 1 IVutdfA f llllfm ltl Hale ana leasing ui """" le Block. flib 73 w nNDkHHlLL. JOHN LAUM W,0N UNDERHILL LAHM, TTORNEY8 AT LAW OFFICE IN CA88ILY A Second Floor, Coruet Public Square, Canton, CHlb. febl3'7H-yl. V1U.UH A. LYNCH. WILLIAM B.DAY. wmw-mi LYNCH A DAY ATTORNEYS AT LA W OFFICE IN CASE ILLY Block, Public Square, Canton, Ohio. my4'70OCU4'72. - MEYER A SON, TTORNEY8 AT LAW, CANTON, 0..-OFFICE A to DtnuemlUer' new building, near Public gbure. noyii'69-yl. mrnHOK E. BALDWIN. TTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH A rd'l Block, west side PubUo Square, Canton. Ohio. aprM'74. . D.MAOKN. i W.A. BEItVIiS. BRADKN & REEVES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Offlce In Eagle Block, over Kitt'a store, Canton, 0. novau 7it-yl rTsTshields, ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce In Eagle Block, opposi...

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. — 25 May 1876

r JJII! VOL. 42. NO 51. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 25, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers AIR! ' jA vev vyNoy-ll f71 Bs.rK . M S 'zOlO I! 1, JL The Democrat. Read a banker's views on refunding, in this paper. He also gives liis views on 3.05 bonds. Words are things, and a drop of ink upon a thought may produce that which makes thousands think. Byron. Thb New York World, it is announced, has changed hands, Mr. William Henry Hulbert succeeding Mr. Manton Marble. Sammy Schnhvxer's letter in this pa per, on the Democratic status in Ohio, as developed in Cincinnati, is worth read ing. ' Mr. Disraeli's refusal to grant amnesty to the Irish political prisoners will inten old. tVo amntflarinir discontent in Ireland. He has let slip the opportunity of doing a wise ana generous act. Tnir Ttritish frnvernment did not re lease Winslow, the Boston forger. He is remanded to prison for another ten days, pending another reply from the Ameri can government. Prince Jerome Napoleon's loyally and unreserve...

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. — 25 May 1876

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS. 1st James S. Gordon, Hamilton. 2d Alex. Long, Hamilton. 3 I 0. T. Gunning, Fayette. 4th Dennis Dwytsr, Montgomery. 5th C. M. LamiHon. Alien. 6th Frank H. Iliird, Lucas. 7th D. W, C. Louden, Brown. 8th George Arthur, Clarke. 9th Gen. Geo. V. Morgan, Knox. , 10th E. F. Dickenson, Sandiwky. 11th Ralph Leet. Lawrence. 12ih Charles D. Martin, Fairfield. 13th Henry Bluntly, Muskinguui; 14th -M. It. Dickey, liichland. 15'h David (ikcy, Monroe, Kith John M. Amos, Noble. 17th-George W. Itair, Stark. 18th- N. L. Johnson, Lawrence. 19th R. 0. Uote, Ashtabula. 20th John W. Heisley, Cuyahoga. COMMITTEE TO SELECT STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 1st Wm. O'Neil, Hamilton. 2d Jacob Baumgardner, Hamilton. 3d Capt. Rhonemus. 4th L. G. Gould, Preble. 5th-V. II. Clymer, Van Wert. 6th Wm. Meeks, Fulton. 7th George B. Tyler, Brown. 8th I. II. Ayres, Champaign. 9th F. M. Childs, Hardin. 10th Clias. Ross, Erie. 11th J. W. Bow. n, Vinton, 12th Francis Collins, Franklin. 13th John O'Neil, M...

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. — 25 May 1876

Miscellaneous. A DESPERATE DUEL. A Fight With Pistols and Bowie Knives in a Pit. [New York Commercial Advertiser.] It is now over thirty years since one of the most remarkable, and desperate, and murderous duels that ever took place in this or any other country was fought at Vicksburg. One of the parties was for merly a New York boy, who was a gradu ate from one of the Wall street banks After filling all the desks of that institu tion with singular ability, from a collect ing clerk up to the position of first teller, he was appointed cashier of a bank in Vicksburg, which gave offense and caused great jealousy among the senior clerks of that institution, and tbey took every op portunity to oppose and insult him. This became so unbearable in its character that the President finally told the cashier that he must resent it, and that he would stand by nira. lie had occasion soon af ter to give one of the tellers a specimen of his skill in the art of self-defense. This resulted in a chall...

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. — 25 May 1876

..n...i U riirnlahad to subscribers at (2 per year, II for six months; fifty conti for three Booths, Invariably In advance. r.....nwri nniitAliilni ImportaA new u solicited from all parts of the county; Writer. name auo auiiress requiitu uu 1 1 on u a prlvaU) guarantee of good fettli. Business CardB one dollar per line per year. Nc card Inserted for 1cm thau three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns on fifth page lpjcrtedfor ten cents per line each Insertion. Il inserted lu reading matter, twenty cents per lino So notice will bo inserted for less than fifty cent Vorlr advertisers allowed tho prlvllcgo of changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements '25 pt'r nt- &d ditlonal. Alltranslont advertisements must beaccompa Died with the cash. Advertisements, to insure insertion, musf be handed in by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to a. mcgreoor a son, Canton, Ohio The Democrat. ESTABLISHED,...

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. — 25 May 1876

Business Items. Which would youralherdo or goto Andrew Schwertner's, where you can purchase the very bent quality of boots, shoes, &o., at the very lowest prices. No shoddy goods, all dis are wnmuim Simon puro. Ladles' gaiters are selling at prices from 75 cents per pair up and other goods propor tionately. Thoy may all talk, but Schwertner's kf Ac place lor bargains. The moat reliable place to buy your Clothing is at (he Hore of M. KU1IMA.N. uiuio0-8mo Caked breasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swolllngs, sprain, stiff joints, burns, scalds, poisonous biles, and all Hush, bone and muscle allmoi ts, can be absolutely cured by the Centaur Liniments. What the While Liniment; Is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment is for spavined, galled and lace horses ami animals.; COW AND HEIFER LOST. Si rayed from the premises of the undersigned, a dark red cow: the shell of the right horn Is stripped off. The heifer is of a roan color, about 2 years old, but small of her age. A reward of 15 wi...

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. — 25 May 1876

Political. A Banker's Views on Refunding. A Banker's Views on Refunding. Mr. Hatch of the firm of Fisk & Hatch in Thirty-Years Four Half Per Cent Bonds—Our National Credit now on a Four Per Cent Basis—The Hoarding of Gold —interconvertible Bonds Decried. —interconvertible Bonds Decried. [From the regular Corresponent of the Tribune. Washington, May 5. The Commit tee on Ways and Means has before it a very interesting statement made by Mr. Hatch of the firm of Fisk & Hatch, bank ers of New York, who, at the suggestion of Mr. Wood, was a short time ago in vited to give his views in regard to the provisions of the Sherman bill. Mr. 'Hatch said that it seemed to him that the .issue of 1500,000.000 in thirty year bonds at 4J per cent for the purpose of funding would amount in effect to an underbid ding by the Government of its own credit as it stands to day. His reason for this opinion was; that the credit of the Gov ernment, when combined with anything ' like a respectable degree...

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. — 25 May 1876

BANKS. 4 -OF- Canton, Ohio, No. 1 Eagle Block, Corner Public Square. CAPITAL, $100,000. SURPLUS,$80,000. Gold Silver Government anfl Rail road Bonis Wit and soli BUY AND SELL DRAFTS 01? ALL PRINC1 CIPAI, CITIES IN THE U. 8. Aim IN ENGLAND, FRANCE. IRELAND, SCOTLAND, GERMANY, Be. HELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. Farmers and other having Money for which khoy havo no Immediate use, will do well to leave U hore on deposit for safety, and If left foradefn) Re time, Interest will be allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL PARTS. OF THE U. S. A 11 busnoea done on reasonable terms. LEVI L. MILLER, Cashier. DIRICTOK8 : C. AULTMAN, LEWIS MILLER, JOHN IP. RAY noldh, (too. cook, Jacob miller. Moron 20, 78. BANK OF G.D.HARTER&BR0. In Stone Banking House, East Tuscrawae Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN Bank x from i A.M.tot P. M., and on Satwdat m Wm 6 to P. M. DKAL IN GOLD, SILVER, AND Government Bonds. American ani Foreip Drafts Bougnt and Sold, Accounts Solicited, Interest Allowed -ON- T...

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. — 25 May 1876

Local Hews. The Grand Army Band did Dot attend the Con vention at Akron. The best brand of clgan fur use at political con ventions, lb the "rartagaa." The Mlday Sporting TrHck Company cleared over a hundred dolliirs at their ball lost week. Charlie Dougherty will visit the Hot Springs In Arkansas some time Boon for the benellt of his health. Rev J. C. Lavcrty, of l'lilladelphla, will officiate In 8t Paul's Episcopal Church, on Sunday next, May 28th. Servh e at the usual hour. We are Informed that two of the deml monde of this city cojuhldcd a young man last Saturday, somewhere In the vicinity of Louisville. ' Mart McKlnney, boss of one of the Wrought Iron Bridge Company's construction gangs, left for Ottawa, 111., Aomlay, to put up a large bridge. The P., Ft. W. & C. Ry. Company have erected a number of new switch signals in tills city, consist ing of lanterns, two sides of which are green and two red. . The Salem Rqiublkan haB entered upon iu thirtieth volume. Its present edito...

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. — 1 June 1876

.1 - 5- mm twmm VOL. 42. NO 52. CANTON, OHIO, JUNE 1, 1876. A. McGEEGOR & SON, Publishers The Democrat. , Democracy is not mammon worship, but justice worship. The New York Sun : And yet we be lieve Bhune had the money. A fire in Quebec on Tuesday burned 700 houses, and made 7000 people home A special, from Nebraska tells of elev en Cincinnatians murdered by Indians near Custer citv. Gkn. Morgan ought to explain why Kansas instructed for Hendricks instead of Allen, as he boastingly declared in the Cincinnati convention. Plain Dealer. Tub little whiffet that occupies and swells on the tripod of the Steubenville Gazelle will be long to discover that Pigmies are pigmies etlll, tho' perched on Alps I Patterson, of New Jersey, buna the of fice of door keeper in place of Fitzhugh, who retired because the Democratic par ty would not admit that he was a "biger man Mian urant." Grant began with Borie and comes out with Don uimeron. it is nis sagaci' ty in selecting Cabinet officers, we s...

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. — 1 June 1876

Select Story. THE LEGACY. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. It wou!d not have been easy we could almost say, impossible to have found ' anywhere a more contented or a happier fumilv than that of David Hunter, at the period when we first take up their his tory. Yet the Hunters were in but hum ble circumstances, the father and three sons being merely common workmen in a large bleaching manufactory, at very moderate wages. But what of that? They were very contented, and that was enough. David Hunter, the bead of the family, was a truly respectable man for bis sta tion in life quiet, sober, honest and in- telligent. His sons were not behind him in any of these particulars. They, too, were quiet, well-behaved lads. The fami ly consisted, altogether, of a wife, the three sons just alluded to, and two daugh tersthe latter, like all the rest of the family, being remarkable for their indus trious habit and the general propriety of their conduct. But it was the love that the several members of this happy ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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