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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 October 1876

Local News. Presidential Election Tuesday, Nov. 7th. I... ... -i ,-1 ", Amos Keith, son of 1. Q. Keith, left for Dallas, Texas, Tuesaay, ior me uncu u u Quit number of ( antonlans left with the ex cursion to the Centennial iasv muuuj ...v... Rev 8. Gorman, formerly Ptor of the First . . . .v , i . I -.IT. mra vfllMnv Baptist murcn in wuviijr. . Drienat in me cnj. n.u.i .in. Vmil Ttlrhardion. Indicted on charge of murder In the first dfgree, has been finally set for the 37tn of novemoer. ;," I'.' ' '. , i i ..... I..-., -in nnn h heated thrown 1 IDfnuiruuvn " - ont with i new improved steam-heating apparatus. The work Is Being rapiaiy compmwu. I . .1 i I i m A otrd bu been bung In the rint National Bank door, asking loafers to cease ornamenting that comer with living statuary and tobacco Juice. , , 1 " ' o farmm-lv of the brewery firm, has tmrcbased Adam Nobec'i place, near the Lake BbOM0epoiiiaiaB","i"im f4V,v"v" j flnt-ctM nutaurtni ana wiooa. n-st full In wamA 1 n TUrklns'snew adv...

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. — 2 November 1876

j : j .'.-Vir' i ''"'v V."v!-'.h '' '""!;;,''; ' ' ,"-;'- " , u"-:": y .Y -I ' .i. 'Ti .a w : l .lilt) ,V''; .' , W M f. ', .;, ; , . ! u ::',- .'""- n .... !. 'i i '. ..ti' lit ri ' '!'' " " ' 1 i.'iV 'i. I- 1,1 'I II t" I ... I . . I . I . . ...I.I. ' -I ' it X. ' X-il fit r :i a Mm- :i f i.cM .A't VOL. 43. NO. 22. "CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 2, 187G. il. McGREGOR & SON Publishers ' -i'..'.,.,.f...ii irr&xCfXifs ?.'.ti vf' ; . ! , v1 H'''';.'' 1 . " ia n i '"'Ujj-Zfir'Wtit t-r'; jUiv ...:,. . i. ' , '.' , " , ,. .'. ,Hf$ie genwqat. TTTT Circulation - 2,700. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. The following Meetings have been ap pointed by the Democratic Committee Let our friends go to work and give our speakers good meetings. Tiklen and Hendricks are sure to be elected by an overwhelming majority and let the Democracy of Stark County do their duty in getting up good meetings and thus assist in getting out our full vote so that Ohio will wheel in with the Democratic states. Go to work fail no...

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. — 2 November 1876

Political. A SPEECH BY HENRY B. PAYNE. At Cleveland Sep. 28 A Corrupt Public Service RINGS RULE THE ROOST. Well they say there is no corruption in the public service; that there is no occa sion for retrenchment. Senator Morton gays it is as good a public service as there Jajnthe world.no occanion for reform. Now. my friends, I am not going into de tail, for you understand this question of a necessity of reform as well as X; it is an insult to any man of ordinary apprehen eion to say to him that this is a pare civil service of ours, that the men holding office are honest men j that the heads of the departments look to retrenchment and integrity in those under their employ Iflwereto name the rings that have " been connected with every branch of the public service; ii I were to give yo a whole volume of details in regard to it. '' I could not sum it all up in moreemphat 1 ic langungfl than Carl Sdiurz did in his '(speeches this ypnr, that 'corruption domi nated in the public service -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. — 2 November 1876

Political. THE CAINHOY AFFAIR. A True Account by an Unprejudiced Eye Witness. The Democratic Slate Committee of South Carolina have given to the eoun try their version of the massacre by the negroes at Cainhoy, S. C, and very nab urally the Democratic portion of the commnnity believe it. A 'Republican United States marshal has given his ver sion of it, and very natuially the Repub licans believe him. Now let us ask the attention of all fair-minded men to an nnpartisan report from a disinterested spectator. The following letter was written by son of Her Britannic majesty's consul i Charleston and addressed to his brother in New York : Charleston. S. C. Oct. 18. 1870. I have Just returned from Cainhov, slightly wounded and have just witness ed the most barbaric brutalities inflicted by black demons on defenceless old men and children and on the wounded who fell Into their hands. Both Political narties atrreed to hold meeting at "Brick Church," near Cain boy, and it was further agreed,...

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. — 2 November 1876

Ti Democrat U furnished to subscriber at t2 per year, II tor tU month UftyoenU tor throe months, Invariably In advance. OoUMMHMNca. containing important news ollcited from all part of the county. Writer"! name and "Idress required on every commuulc tlon as a prlvtw guarantee of good faith. Business Card, one dollar per line per year. No card Inserted for lex than three dollar per year. Business Noticei In Item columni, on fifth pag . ..... . linA AAnh Insertion, if insenou tor vsu wu . Inserted In reading matter, twenty cenU per line. M. not. will be inserted for less than fltty cents. i .. Biinwfld the privilege of xoariy iu(oinia Changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per cent ad dltloual, ' All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with tho cash, ' i j-i.ni. tn Insure Insertion.' ibimI be . flU'"nv11v'""' " , handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of Advertising furnished on application ' Address all communications to A. McORKQOR SON, Canton, O...

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. — 2 November 1876

Business Items. BuoKiM,bnr the celebrated "Leather Block- tag" rbran. ' Vanity Flr." "Cart Blanche" Turk UhBookirif Tobaooosand Cigarette! at Darli 4 Tucker Pnarmaer, . J.B. Uarquis, Piano Tuner, Mansfield, 0., will be in Csiilon about Uie 15th of November. ave erders at Perkins' Book Store. , ocll8-wa I Teeth extracted without pain, and so extra Oharge when replaced by sols of teeth at A. J, Doudi. S . ; .j : 'ulyJOtf Tb puhllucan' rely on all kinds of Liquors pnrchtwerl frmn Hi a strictly pure, M they are subjected to ihcinical analysis before they are offered fonafoJ DAVIS Ii TUuKEft.1" H'AXBS. 1 The Ta,x-payers are herfiby re spectful notified that! It is not possible to'receive 'ill the. Taxes daring the last fewdays of Tax paying Those ,who will , delay paying tili.afier the 2QiluDe cember,j will havf to expect to pay the penalty; or have their Taxes returned .delinquent, I therefore ask the Tax payers to come along and pay heir Taxes so as to avoid the annoying rush the last ...

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. — 2 November 1876

Political. Political. ROBESON'S CLAIM RECORD OUTRAGEOUS SQUANDERING OF THE PUBLIC FUNDS. Glaring Frauds Showing that he Should be Impeached—Vast Sums Paid Out in Clear Violation of the Law—Decisions of the Supreme Court Set Aside—The Belknap Robbery Again. [Albany Argus.] I I Th Niwal Committee guve a list of old claim paid by Secretary Robeson, about which we have something to say. ;.; ;; l JbeSecor claim, $93,000.. Soona'ter the breaking out of the war', the SeCors, had contracts to build three river and harbor monitors, which they contracted to build for $1,380,000, Under Mr. Welles they were paid $521,195. 58 extra for cer tain alterations of the plans and deten tions caused by the actions of the Gov ernment, and yet they claimed that they were entitled to more pay for their extra services and outlays, and they went to Congress with their claim. On the 2d of March, 1867, an act was passed wnien aathoriied and directed the Secretary of the Navy to ascertain the additional cost ne...

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. — 2 November 1876

CARRIAGES! . The Popular and old Established firm of H,W.iWERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET XE4B TUB M, E. CliVRCa, CANTON, OHIO. , w too aemanaot tno ip DRIVING-SEASON, .... . . - . ' n ! miame most complete anp Elegantline of Mt UUavijJJUUUli 01 Vehicles ever put upon the market in thliolty. Tfclr Stock embraces all kinds and styles of ' SIWGLR&J?AMILY wagons:!;-: ln -the mest elegant lis well as sub- EASY,cRIDINGl .1.':. " r . " - 1 . w?""lp?rScSVlsle In Tainting, UpholBtor 1 iiigand Ueiu-ra, PI11W1, All Work Warranted. 0 ' th I t KUI1"""! wagons w pftrtti af J. " vuiumuuiuauiiiisiwiii ue careru ly . CARRIAGES. ROOFING, Get Durable Roo fs -OF- IRON ANA SLATE. , The undersigned is now picparcd to put on TIN, IRON-AND (JLATE ROOFING, On short not oe and in gOodiwbrkmaDlllti nor, and cheap as the cheapest. I wonU the attention of Farmers to my man- call IRON ROOFING - FOB BARNS as it Is a certain proiectlon against lightning, and ictu.y Hie saient auu Dcst 01 an arra. ge menu and i...

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 November 1876

TTr: Presidential Election ')( ; Tuesday.Nov. 7th. : A TRIP UP SALT RIVER. J. .v J. is evident (lie leaders'of ih Renl ii'.lin nartv are contemplating B trip u ' Salt River for never were they so demor 'j -n i ' Tho mnni! nonfldent and ' nngujne niong them are BtHeken with i, doubt and rainKiving8,M to th'p resul of " the approaching election. Whenever jou meet a man, looking down his nose, witli "4 long face and gloomy, you can eafely 1,1 calculate he is a Republican.' No matter , , how much the leaders and the Republi- i can prew may attempt tq bolster up the . falling cauBe.there is an inwaru cohwjiuub ' n.ui)..i fpnt awaits them. TheBeik aape, Babcocks, Mortons, and Camerons have plundered the people long enough, ' the nroDose to pass a withering judgment upon them on the 7th of . Kowmber. Politicians aie naru, uu will cling with a death grip to the last Knfferina bone they have for a conunua. tkm of that, nower they have so corruptly need to All their coffere with ill gotten ga...

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 November 1876

:e, ' .'.rv av w.vd j ,.i in- i i4. J ii'j..ll I i.'. '.:,-. :lf. I'd 'J'l It tJ i;-iv. 'I'H t 1,H-l"l ,,, I !' ' 1 1 j.. j . . ii .a ..i ". ' 1 1 - I '1 V. M Vv '.v.ViV.VV I S t 4 AAA M . JL J I 1 II If Kill II II 1.1 ay S ...h f ' ' VOL 43. NO. 23, CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 9, 1876. A. MeGREGOR & SON Publishers The Lord TILDEN'S TRIUMPH. THERE IS NO QUESTION AS TO HIS ELECTION. The New York World Figures Up His Electoral Vote at 213—He Carries Florida, Louisiana and South Carotina— Radical Canards Disposed Of. [By Atlantic and Pacific Line.] THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FIGURES. New York, Nov, 8 The World, this mning, claims the following States for TUden: Missouri, 15; New Jersey, 9; New York. 35; North Carolina, 10; Ten nessee, 12; Texas, 8; Wisconsin, 10; Sooth Carolina, 7; Florida, 4; Virginia, Ii; Alabama, 10; Arkansas, 6; Connec ticut, 6; Delaware, 3; Georgia 11; Indi ana, 15; Kentucky, 12; Mississippi, ,1; Maryland, 8; West Virginia, 5; Louisiana 8. Total, 213. Flotuda GivesTilden...

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 November 1876

Poetry. Poetry. PROFESSOR LOWELL'S NEW POET tit..i..j ihi.tr.Kt om new piu, aa.. .. publication. The author name h fJWrf " the Literary World pU i Vffl . . . .,h n.im '-the mnest Hngllsh KU V II prim"".""- ... - , , . poem ut the century." ,f, !K(i i THE PALACE GARDEN. Near Email's wall beyond the outward fosse, ..... . -I,,.. ail ouu with iroldeu UinSS, ' .rvT7..i 7.1.7. h-..,.ieiiuhi. '!lT!.fK.7u:uX" ri UtMMtomti I wandering dk-,'-"i"; And clumps of haathome and fair ashen trees, AbI et loot there reai a i'' f""u - -Tjwt nevetfiee tied,, UUhirat for .lew "r rain Ftf round. bout It maveda iwrimn. w'"!, all ihmuahlu mid there ran fl'tp Wtlh man? a mur'rhilf"lrig song and cltlrrshoUt,' In who dear pools the orlinn -potted trout Would turn hit tawny aide to,aun and ky, Or sparkling upw rd catche siiwraer fly On whose green banks the bis In lis pride. Flaming In hlue and gold, rfrew id,bv side With meadow-weet and auow-whlta. Udlea' And dafTodlls that nhonk their y ilow drowns And daff...

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 November 1876

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. QUEEN MARIA OF NAVARRE A Cowardly Sovereign's Revenge. . I , I I ' I i M i 'jJ I . I On the 14th of December, 1635, Queen Maria, the beautiful consort of Kinu Phil ip III, received a letter wbicr.i caused" her the most intense anxiety and uneaHitiess, She read and re-read it. Stamping with her beautiful little foot, she exclaimed H" Who can have sent me this insolent epUie?" . ' She read It once more aloud : ' Makia op Navarrk To-morrow your DWDanf, wno aoes not rare a ng tor you, will inflict a deadly insult upon you and the country from which you come." And you, Maria, will not have the spirit to rexentf it. The eyes of the people of Madrid are upon you. If you value your iiunur you win uo Borauuiing to pro'BHi brumbi f tulip's malignant schemes. When the clock strikes eleven to-morrow morning your fate will be sealed,! unless yoasiiow some spirit, winch you will hardly do. Your uncle, Henry I IV, of riui:, ooiu uih conscience ior a crown and justly m...

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 November 1876

DurocmxT li furnished to subscribers at 12 pat year, 11 for ill months; fifty oenU for three month, Invariably in advance. OoiiaroxDiMCl, containing Important news Wldiftom all parta of the oount.' Writer's bmm and address required on every eoinmuuic Uon m private guarantee of good faith. Business Oards one dollar per line per year. No , card Inserted for lea than three dollari per year. Buslne Notices in Item columns, on flUb. page. Inserted for ten cent per line each Insoitlon. If liuerted In reading matter, twenty cent' per line. Mo notice will be Inserted for lent than Oily cents, Yearly advertiser! allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisements quarterly. ; Double column advertisement! 25 per oent ad dlttonal. :. All transient advertisements must be aceompa nled with the cash. Advertisements, to insure Insertion, muf be banded lu by Wednesday noon. Kates of Advertising furnished on application Address all communications to ', , . A. MoORBOOR SON, Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISH...

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 November 1876

Business Items. Bevabi of th Imitation of fractional currency sailing you to trade, by offering yna something for nothing, It la too thin. On price cl thlen caa mi mora to give a thing unleu oharged for. ' . '' Sam Uunzbebo, t - I i. - J. S. KAtQUta, piano Tuner, Mansfield, 0 will be In Osnton about the 16th of November, eave eraen at Perkins Book Store. ,? ; ocll9-w2 Gemini sole', ., 'ersoy Sweet Potatoes at J. M. Kber Teeth extracted without pain, and do extra barge wheureplaced by lots of tooth, at A. J, whim. , ' 'ulysotf TAXES. The Tax-payers are hereby re spectfully notified that It is not possible to receive all the Taxes daring; the last few days of Tax paying. Those who will delay paying till after the 20th of De cember, will have to expect to pay the penalty, or have their Taxes returned delinquent, I therefore ask the Tax-payers to come along and pay their Taxes so as to avoid the annoying rush the last few days, ' GEO, FESSLER, - Treasurer. AXL kJuda of Fresh Crackera at...

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 November 1876

Select Story. Select Story. The Christian Way to Kill an Enemy. i, .IV 1 ' "Tfiili'nHanVill Ue ileilJ of m yet., Id Will LeveriDK. He looked worried Mi'i nt insrv. " ' 1 'Th means Dick Hardy 7',:; ''"Ye." 'l ll'i t';:-"1-' ', ' '' Kw.Ut'bas he been doing to thee noT halted' the questioner, a friend, named luc Margin, a neighbor, , .-t .. j Xriittiaalways doiuti Momething, friend Martin;"11 Scarcely a dy paes that ' 1 6aH liecompUtpf him, , Yesterday Ofu'flhe boys cam and toid nae he saw kirn, throw: astoue at my ner Durham ibi'and Btiikeon the" head 'that'll rerv bad, rieitf Layering,, P ft'llfcnaw, hv h4l. thin? Was ,thy liihWrti'ftwMSiuMdnc'on his ground-,?" Kb,' she 'was phly ' lo'uking oyer, the .-!.'''" him' 11 finite airaiimt line; and and does all he can to Injure me. Yofcfc'no the flue' fine Barilett pear tree tijaM(W8 ia the corner of. my 101, ! joiiinfth property?" '.- u,TwO Urge limbs. Ml of fruit, bring Oteron ntfl sine. i" wuuu. ...,, 1. w (.(m,-1 wniiout there ltiHt Kb...

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 November 1876

.CAERIAUK8. Tim Popular and old K-tabihed Him of IT1 , ,QN0PLAR'TREET'' " jjlfl'l Vi to! - j; 1 1 ' i vui !.. ATE R THR M, E. VlltlRi 11, C4 ATM, ft siM A r?470. Are now ready to .u ei-t tin douviu j nf the P proaybiiij 1.,ny.uui,?HnoiviT wWIMW11 W. Mtanp'ete anp Blenut lln of 1 nil npHi-rfnlliitiM nf ' .'Ij-l.'l''1 RidingMehtcle& I ever put upon the roarkefsln thi clfy Z Their Block en brace all kind"" and ttyles of SI;GLE &' FAMILY 'JGONS I ,ff3ruf it on, wiill nnil CbnstJ-ueted in -the inoitt eteaftnt WanrtKli ihrtiiiiw, and possess all ttiaileiirabla leaitfrerof Durability, "" EASY RIDING! And the mistperfect taste tn Painting, Upholster itlK Gem-rat Flnh. All Work Wirrantl. v . An Hiin Bnn are -endl'iii waifon lo ml part of the c uiury. all comniiulcatlniiswill b carefully looked ellcf.. . H. W. WKKl'M It CaiiUm .May 4 tf HOOFING, Get Durable Rbol VkYiVi F in . IIJH. The undersigned Is now piena-red to put on On short not ee and in good workmanlike man ner, and -heap ai...

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 November 1876

xT; -t-r Hi 3i TIM' "i" eiwiiatibn - 3,000. TILDEN ELECTED. ' ' theretums received up to 12 o'clock Mutim the disDatchesof yesterday morn ing, and show the election of Tilden. At U clock, midnight, Burning iue mum MmmI allowances for all that la reasona My claimed for Hayes, the vote stands asfoHows: 1 ' FOB TILDEN I'labama, - . Arkansas, Connecticut, . Delaware, . ., , Frorida, ' , Gsrorgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, ' ' Maryland, Mississippi, ' Missouri, ,! New Jersey, - Kew York, . Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Twaa, ... Virginia, -"West Virginia, 15 12 15 8 35 10 3 12 . 8 11 5 ' Total, - 199 . FOB HAYES California. ..........6 Colorado . . , , WiDois.... . fi Irrwi U tandfifl Main 7 Massachusetts.... 1 Michigan .11 Minnesota .' 5 Nebraska 3 Nevada. 5 Ohio 22 Pennvlvanla 29 BWe Island. 4 Pomh Carolina...: 7 Vermont 5 IVtwinnftin 10 Tbal 170 At this time the Republicans claim to bare carried Florida, Louisiana and Ore fM, in addition to the States placed in the Hayes column, bu...

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 November 1876

-';sr " -- z.;; it.. ll,' i , " '.is . lit Tif ;vi::,ftARf1!i:'H. " inn ii SLI P iMVMn 4 "V It . II II II. IV 1 It 11 tV 1 ,11 jJk. VOL. 43. NO. 24. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 16, 18T6. 4. McGREGOR & SON Publishers mm glcmoqnt. ; Circulation - 2,700. TILDEN ELECTED. The dispatches and news during the oast week have only confirmed the elec tion of-Tilden and Hendricks. Louisiana and Florida have certainly chosen Til den electors, and in South Carolina prob ably. ' There is no possible doubt of this and all fair men will concede it. It now looks as if blunders on the part of our political" opponents would con found and defeat themselves in spite of all their trickery. Reports from Wiscon sin, Vermont and Oregon show Republi can blunders that elect a Democratic elec tor in each of those Stales. In Vermont and Oregon, Republicans voted for an elector who was ineligible, under the Constitution, by reason of holding a Fed eral office. By an error in Wisconsin many . friends of Hayes voted...

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 November 1876

Poetry. SONG OF THE TURTLE AND FLAMINGO. A lively young turtle Ilved d'"Tn b the bank' Of t dark rolling stream called the Jingo, . And one summer day, at he went out to play, Fell In love with a charming flamingo An enormously genteel flamingo I An expansively crimson Humlngol A bciiutirul, bouncing flamingo I Spake the turtle In tones like a delleale whotzo "To the water I've oft seen you In go. And your form hat Impressed itself deep on my hell, Vou perfectly modolod flamingo I i You uncommonly brilliant flamingo ! You tremulously 'A one' flamingo! You luex-pres-sl ble flamingo I "To be sure I'm a turtle, and you are a bulle, And mu language Is not your Una lingo ; Buttmlle on me, tall one, and be my bright flame, You miraculous, wondrous flamingo I You blazlngly beauteous flamingo I You turtle-absorbing flamingo I You Inflammably gorgeous flamingo I Then the proud bird blushed redder than ever before. And that was quite un-nec es-sa ry, And she stood on one leg and looked out of...

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 November 1876

Variety. LITTLE HARRY M'CABE. Adventures a Boy Acrobat in and out of the Ring—How He was Lost and Found the Ring—How He was Lost and Found Again, and the Fight for his Recovery. The Rev. Dr. Ellis, pastor of the First Presbyte-iian church of Oakland, CrI., r rifed in New York on Tuesday evening last, bringing with him a pale-faced boy of only four years, but whose brief life has been crowded with strange incidents. In 1874 Henry McCabe and bia wife parted by mutual agreement, the hue band being out of employment, and too poor to support his wife and their two children, the younger a boy two years old. The mother took the boy with her, and the father the elder, a little girl. McCabe went to Albany in search of em ployment, and his wife, during Barnum's first occupancy of the Hippodrome, ob tained the position of "lady' in waiting" in one of the departments of the show, where she became acquainted with Se bastian Quaglieni.a bareback circus rider. Sebastian saw the 1 aby Harrv, and of...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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