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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 August 1870

mm CANTON, StAbK COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 24, 1870. VOLUME 37. NUMBER 11. HI SIM.SS IH I.I.I TO It ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. C'twmr of Trnlh and P..ilar aiiwta. Sunday m.srm lo uVlw k A. M and IS o olix-k I'. il. Muadav Im IuioI, x oVI.s a i. M. Thuraday . ikiiiK Lciurv, 7 Vi oVL.'k. 1SKY. J. VS. I'. LAVKUTV. Kur. C. J. ULIUEK, lrtlKKt, FjMTuM'KTtwu .trwvl, ('union, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. Hy A. I- Rotharker, I'lUlloU. Ottl.h. rjut Tnaoarnwa. atrfct. aprllt T'Kf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. Mdirritnr A Htn. Puhhuhf r-. mid Ptuiu and K.-ucy J.t Priuw-ra, Empire lilock, Canton, duo. HIRAM THURSTON. KH.k Hinder and Hlauk-Hook Manufacture-. All rilr I rum ahnwU promptly attt tided . Hiud- ry m Hrir tuot-k, up -uirts (.union, uiiio. J. B. Mi-CREA, Furniture Iiralvr and Undertaker, East Tmo rK IIWI, tUU, UlllU. BOV41I JOHN P. KKX. Mn'lmnl Tailor, and dealer in American and tin Hrted t'lolh., I'aMtilnerea, esllliK und l.eiitw' Fnrni.hins; taMix: Also. aa:m lor the Siim.tr rawing Maeum. Canu.u, O...

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. — 24 August 1870

WEDNESDAY. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::AUO. 24. a. McGregor, Editor. THE ELECTION FOR MAYOR. Vote for Belden. a Native Cantonian! The election for Mayor of our city will come off on Saturday of tbia week, the 27th inst. Let our citizens bear it in mind, and remember too, that our candidate is HENRY S. BELPEX. well-known to the citizens of Canton, and also as emi nently qualified and every way worthy for the position. All who know Mr. Bkldex are well aware that, if elected, lie will make a prompt and attentive magistrate, and in all cases that come before him wilj see that mercy seasons justice. Should he be elected to the mayoralty on Saturday, we believe it will be the first time in the history of our city that a Cantonian, born aud brought op, has served as Mayor of Canton. For one we shall take not a little jiride in supporting Henry S. B eld en for the mayoralty on account of his being a Can tonian born and raised, and eminently worthy. POSTPONEMENT OF THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONA...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 August 1870

WEDNESDAY.::::::::::::::: AUG. 24, 1370. Tbk Stabk Co. Democrat is furnished at $2 ayear in advance. $1 for 6 months FIFTY CENTS for three months, com mencing now will run it till after the cam paign, lell your ncigu bora, fcam pie cop- lea sent gratis. tl. Wasted by Win. II. Curran, ten men at $50 to $100 a month. See his aUver tiwoient in this paper. W call attention to the caitl of the American Hotel, Salem, Ohio, in this pa per by our excellent fneml, J. A. LMlen taugh. The miners in the Tuscarawas valley above Massillon we learn resumed work on Monday la-t at SO cts per ton. They Lave been on a strike about a vear. At Alliance, on the evening of the 10th inst . lightning struck the resilience of Mr, J. Abbott. The inmates were unharmed but the dwelling was set on fire, but was extinguished without much trouble. A son of Doctor Kelley, of Oallion. on the 15th inst fell some 25 feet fro hi a wild cherry tree snd badly broke. his left leg above the knee and dislocated his right ar...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 August 1870

Variety. The Union Pacific Railroad A quiet marriape. " The sugar duty Kissing one'a sweet heart. . Habitual amoklnj will kill a mau to od hundred mud tea years. It has been tested out West. A negro named Whipper has ln-eu ap pointed brigadier general of militia for the Charleston district. We are told to have hope and trust, but what can a poor fellow do when he can no longer get any trust t An author aayi that one of the uses of adversity Is to bring ns out. That's true, particularly at the knees and elbows. A Louisvilo chap who lust winter was shirtless was Riven $3 and he Invested it in faro. Now he is a bloated capitalist. A New York jutle committed a cross eyed woman for contempt of court, be cause she didn't look at him wheu told to. A Brooklyn couple, moving, gave their little girl a revolver to keep her quiet. She will never disturb them any more. A leader of ton says that bronze boots are no longer fashionable, aud that here after laces and out bultoos are to vex their pre...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 August 1870

1 VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 31, 1870. NUMBER 12. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner of Tenth and Poplar street. Sunday senfloea, lo; o'clock A. M. and 7 '..o'clock P. M. Suaday School, a o'clock P. M. ' Thursday eve uius Lecture, 1i o'clock. REV. JAS. a LAVERTY. Rector. C. J. GEIGER, Druggist, East Tuscarawas street, Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Kothacker, Canton, Ohio. East Tuscarawas street, apmo 7uu STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, L McGrea-or At Son. Publishers, and Plain and Fancy J oh Printers, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All oraera rromaoroaa promptly attended to. Bin ery in Uarter's Block, op stairs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA. Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, Eaai Tusca rawas street, union, vnio. novttl JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im ported clothe, Caasixneres, Vesting and rtents' furnishing Uoods: Also, vent for the 8(nrr Sewing Machine. Canton. Ohi...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 August 1870

hxjx 3l ounin icmonpt. WEDNESDAY,:::::: :::::::AUa. 31. A. HcGBEGOE, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY. of Cuyahoga county. FOR SUrEEME JCDOE, llos. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. FOB COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY, JOHN II. H EATON, of Belmont county. FOB MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Col. WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking county. FOB CONGRESS, CHARLES N. ALLEN. Subject lo the decision of Wellsville Convention. FOB STATE SENATOR, HUGH BLEAKLEY, Snhlect to decision of tho Malvern Convention. FOB STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, ELISHA TEETERS. Subject to decision of the Malvern Conrention. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOB RECORDER,' ' GEORGE VIOLAND. FOB SURVEYOR, JACOB G. WILLI ARD. - FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM CASSLER. FOB INFIBMART DIRECTOR, JOSEPH LOUTZENHEISER, CARROLL COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CLERK OF COURT, BENJAMIN F. WARE, of Brown. FOB PROSECUTOR, THOMAS HAYS, of Centre. FOR COMMISSIONER, GAVIN LAWTHER, of Orange. FOB INFIRMARY...

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. — 31 August 1870

WEDNESDAY,:::::::::::::::A:UQ. 31, 1S70. The Stake Co. Democrat is furnished at $3 rear in advance. $1 for 6 months FIFTY CENTS for three months, com mencing now will run it till after the cam paign. Tell your neighbors. Sample cop ies sent gratia. tf. The Canton hotels haye been doing a heavy business the past week. rr Beat. A house near the Saginaw Shop. En quire of A. J. Douds. Thkrs was no organized meeting of the City Council on Monday evening. No quorum. W. W. White has removed his tailor establishment from the Democrat building to Hane's Block, where he will be glad to receive his customers. Im the Probate Court, last Thursday, the will of Daniel 5ayler, deceased, was admitted to probate, Jlrs. Savler, execu trix. - . After the first of October retail dealers will not have to take out license, and no stamp will be required on promissory notes of less than $100, or on receipts of any amount. Prof. L. A. Olewell,. will resume his class of Piano, Organ, and Vocal music on Septem...

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. — 31 August 1870

Miscellaneous. HEALTH. Uulth Is a roT mal.lrn. Uvlia-hta In rim and Howr; And, alwaya bioa.oin-lail.n, l.aua;ha oat In the darkest hour. Ufa ictowa In har flnar-tipa. Larks In har laughing eywa, Hanga on lha glow of har ruby Upa And deep in bar blaanaa lira. 8ha loratn the eottaa children Thai gambol on tha Ira, And tha wtaaoma peasant', baby, Aslaap on Ita mother's kna. 8h tour hath their rhaoka with charrias. And blndath their browa with pearl; And pretty, though brown aa hernea, She make Ua oipy girl.. Thla nymph to nature', dauahler ; Delight in tha morning daw ; trinka deep of tha crystal water. That mirror lha handing blue; Rnaana o'ar toe hreeay mountain, Tha pnurta wild and wlda : la found by tha limpid fountain That gTacoa tha vallry'a aid. Without her, halla are dreary. And palaca gardana plain, Tha lifa of a monarch waary. And pownr and riches vain. With har, toy nnbiddan Kpringa from tha clover up. And n world of graca lira hidden la tha depth ot har pearly euP- MICKEY, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 September 1870

i VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 7, 1870. NUMBER 13. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth and Poplar ireet. Sunday wrvh-ea, lu, o'rliH-k A. M. and T'4'rlHik 1'. M. iiuiy s-h.Rl. t nYl.M-k r. M. Thiinwlajr eve- sing Lactam. 7 H 7i: l'...- Kv. JAd. o LAVERTY. Kect.ir. C. J. GEIGER. DvtiBKlirt, Eat Tuararaw- atreet. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. aothsrker. East Tuacarawaa Mr, Canton, Ohio. aprilS'liKf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. A. McOreror Son, Publisher, and Plain and Fancy Job Printer. Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. ill RAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery in Hurler Block, lip uum, tJanton, OHIO. J. B. McCREA, Furniture Pealer and Undertaker, Ejt Titzc www purees wnwn, vino. aoTiu A JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im Parted Cloth, Cimere, VeMtlnir and lient urnishinK ttooda: Alao, agent lr the Slnicr Dewing Mat-nine, canton. Ohio. my4 Tu-if PR...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 September 1870

WEDNESDAY,":::::: :::SEPT. 7. A. McGKIGOE, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOR 8ECRETABT CT STATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY, of Cuyahoga county. TO STTTSEME JUDGE, Hos. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. FOR COMPTROLLER OT THE TREASURY, JOHN H. IIEATON, of Belmont county. POR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Col. WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking county. FOR STATE 8ESATOR: DANIEL B. LEE, . of Carroll county. FOR STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION: ELISUA TEETERS, of Stark county. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOR RECORDER, GEORGE VIOLAND. FOR SURVEYOR, JACOB G. WILLIARD. FOR COCSTT COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM CASSLER. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, JOSEPH LOUTZENHEISER. , CARROLL COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CLERK OF COCET, BENJAMIN F. WARE, of Brown. FOR TROSECUTOR, THOMAS HAYS, of Centre. FOR COMMISSIOSEr., GAVIN LAWTHER, of Orange. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, ABSALOM ALLER, of Centre. FOR COrSTY SURVEYOR, J. C. LONG, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COM. ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., Aug. 31, 1870. Mr....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 September 1870

feral f 3. WEDNESDAY,:::::::::.::::::SEPT. 7, 1ST0. Bills amounting to $1,127 74 were til lowed by the City Council at the last meeting. Bead Keplinger & ShanVs advertise ment this week. They are offering some special drives which it would be well to look after. For good bargains in Boots and Shoes go to A. Schwertner's establishment, No. 35 East Tuscarawas street. A. Schwertxer, No. 35 East Tuscar awas street, has a largo and well selected stock of Boots and Shoes, which he is sel ling very low. Persons in want of a good home sho'd not fail to look at No. 77 South Maaket street. Call at Belden's Agency for terms, Ac. It is for sale at a saonlke. Messrs. Schilliko & IIf.riiruck, one of our best and most solid business Dry Goods friends, are also engaged in the pur chase of grain. We have no doubt they will do their share in the trade, of which there is considerable done at Canton. Woolen Goods. , Our friend L. Alexander, Esa., at his City Woolen Factory, corner of Cherry and...

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. — 7 September 1870

Variety. Wise Sayings. Saceess in life is very apt to make us forget the time when we wasn't much. It ia just so with s frog on jump : he can't remember when he was a tadpole but other folks can. An employment that is respectable, should be preferred to one that is more lucrative; the esteem of the public is bet ter than wealth. Some persons seem to think that their personal freedom Rives them the right to make their fellow-men do juat as they please. Zeal, not rightly directed, is pernicious ; for, as it makes a good cause better, so it makes a bad cause worse. It is only those who have done nothing who fancy they can do everything. Never relate your misfortunes, and never grieve over what you cannot pre vent. Truth's supreme revelations coino in sorrow to individuals, and in war to na tions. A juryman was asked whether he had been charged by the Judge ? "Well," said he, "the little fellow that sits up in the pulpit and stares at the crowd, gave us a lecture, but I don't know wheth...

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. — 14 September 1870

VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. - " NUMBER 14," BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH,- Corner of Tenth and PopUr streela. Sumluy aarvipea. toU o'clock A. M. and 7U o'clock P. M Buuday School, f o'clock P. at. Thursday eve t A. M.nit7;4o cio 'Im-lc P. at. Thuri ning Lecture. T. o-riocic. tv: o' REV. JAa. O. LAVERTY, Rector. & J. GEIGER, DniKKUt, East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. I. Rothacker, East Tiucmwu street. unwn, uiiip. aprutt 7UII STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. A. UcQrefror A Son, Publishers, and Plain and Fancy Job Printers, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ry in Harters) Block, up stairs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, Eaat Tusca rawas street. Canton, Ohio. novtif JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im ported Cloth, Casaimerea. Yea-tinn and Gent rurmnhtng feoods: Alao...

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. — 14 September 1870

fch.t ountg Jtmoqat. WEDNESDAY,: ::SEPT. H. A. McGEEGOE, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR 8ECEETAET OF STATE, WILLIAM IIEISLEY, of Cuyahoga county. FOR SUPREME JUDGE, " Hos. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. FOR COMPTROLLER OT THE TBEASURT, JOHN II. HEATON, of Belmont county. ' FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Cou WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking county. FOB STATE SENATOR: DANIEL B. LEE, of Carroll county. FOR STATS BOARD OF EQUALIZATION: ELISHA TEETERS, of Stark county. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOR RECORDER, GEORGE VIOLAND. FOR 8URVETOR, JACOB O. WILLIARD. FOR COCNTT COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM CASSLER. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, JOSEPH LOUTZENHEISER, CARROLL COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CLERK OF COURT, ' BENJAMIN F. WARE, of Brown. FOR PROSECUTOR, THOMAS HAYS, of Centre. FOR COMMISSIONER, GAVIN LAWTHER, of Orange. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, ABSALOM ALLER, of Centre. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, J. C. LONG, of Harrison. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. The Democratic State Executive Com mittee announce...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 September 1870

::SEPT. 14, 1S70. WEDNESDAY,: Thb Stark Co. Democrat is furnished at t'i trnr in. advance. $1 for 6 months FIFTY CE.NTS for three Tnontbs, com mencing now will run it till after the cam paign. Tell your "eighbors. Sample cop- lea ent gratia, U. F. Hkxbrcck has romovet.1 his dry goods store to Ilane's block. School Books A Gregor's book store. full supply at Mc See advertisement. Thb Columbiana County Fair will take place on Wednesday. Thursday and Fri day, Sept 21st, 22 J and 23d. J. R. Thompson, a "printer boy" of Carrollton, is preparing toenier tue minis try of the M. E. church. Thb Massillon American has abandoned the quarto and assumed the folio. It is better. - Our county Fair Grounds have been so much improved it will be a tret to attend tto Fair, commencing on the 27th. We adopt the cash system of doing bus iness on and after September 20th, 1S70. KiTTy Albert fc Co. Ttoarasos's trial for the murdr of Mary J. Leursford will commence at Mansfield on September 25th. Farmers ar...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 September 1870

Poetry. TIME'S CHANGES. Ther U om.thlofr tranir, to aay the least. In thVw.y Atnricn sympathy run. In thU wr. Thai It ! Intensely Prussian U a fact so patent a to b beyond dental. ThU overwhelming Ameri. eaa-PniMlan sympathy to a plant of recent growth and will probably die as speedily aa It was born. To thoee, however, who hava been carried away .v.. . nf -JTnBlr feelins. wo commend thepnniaal of the following aplrted lyric, written anly nine yeura ago by uuvet enuuu be read at a dinner gien at the Revere ll.wae, Boston, to Prince Napoleon : A WELCOME. The land of nnhine and of song t Her name your ht divine; To her the banquet', tow belong WhoM breau hare pourvd Ite wine: Onr trusty friend, our true ally Through Tarled change and chance ; So, All your nashina; goblets high I giro you, Vive laVrancel Above your host In triple folda The aelf-name colore pread, Where valor's faithful arm upholds The bine, the while, the red I Alike each nation's glittering crest HeBecta the morning's...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 September 1870

r -t'i.n VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. NUMBER 15. BUSINESS DIRECTORY kt. Pauls episcopal ciiuwn. Corner of IVmti anj Poplnr irtn. Sunday HnuUay b-.uHl. ft o'. l.M-k I. W. Bill i.4Mturv. 74 o imic. KKv. J AS. V. &AVKRTV, lUetor. C. J. GEIGER, 1 Tung tt, K Tuearawa etreet. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL! Hy A. L. Rothackar, East Tuacarawa street. l auion, unio. aprua 7011 STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Jt. McGregor Skn, Publisher, and Plain and Fancy Job Printer, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Fook-b.nUrnd Blank-Book Manufacturer. All rdrn fruin abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery In Harter'a HIock, up ntaira. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA, . Furniture Ialer and Undertaker, Eaxt Tuaca rawa street. Canton, Ohio. oov4tf JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer In Amri-an and Im FftHl Cloth , Cjuutinwrea, Wiidj and Genta urnlalifnic xJ: AUo. &Knt tor the Singer Mvtni Marninv. canton, unto. may4 "lo-u ViuiortMkPn. MftnlUc and alt klrula of Coffins 1-...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 September 1870

WEDNESDAY, :::::::::::::::::::::SEPT. 21. A. MeGREGOH. Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ' FOE 9ECRETAET OP STATE, WILLIAM IIEISLEY, of Cuyahoga county. FOR SUTREME JUDGE, Hox. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. TOR COMPTROLLER OP THE TREASURY, JOHN H. H EATON, of Belmont county. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Col. WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking county. FOR STATE PESATOn: DANIEL R. LEE, f Carroll county. POR STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION: ELISHA TEETERS, of Stark county. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOR RECORDER, GEORGE VIQLAND. FOR SURVEYOR, JACOB G. WILLIARD. FOR COUSTT COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM CASSLER. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, JOSEPH LOUTZENUEISER, CARROLL COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CLERK OF COURT, BENJAMIN F. WARE, of Brown. FOR PROSECUTOR, THOMAS HAYS, of Centre. " FOR COMMISSIONER, GAVIN LAWTI1ER. of Orange. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, ABSALOM ALLER, of Centre. FOR COUNTY 6URVEYOR, J. C. LONG, of Harrison. TICKET. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS FOR STARK COUNTY. The Democratic Executive Com...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 September 1870

'oral ?( WEDNESDAY,::::::::::::::SEPT. 21, 170. The Stark Co. Democrat is furnislieil &t $2 a voar in aiivane. $1 for 6 month FIFTY CENTS for Ihrva months, com mincing now will run it till after tho cam Jign. Tell your neighbors. Samtilecop les (unt gratis. tf. Write marble. inj uru in dust, kirulriom Uit.L liKAns i lie finest upecimens in the city, anl at reasonable prices, at the Democrat onice. Becoi.lect the Opening on Saturday . L' 1 1 . X" - I Thf. German Catholics have been hold ing a mission for the past week. Three missionary priests are in attendance. Poi.irEMA.jt A J. Lothamer has resitrn cd. He is c;oing to be "Mine Host" of the Lake House. Bkattiftl fall weather has been the rule of late, enabling farmers to get in tlit-ir scel wheat, secure their corn, . We lenrn Oeo. V. Kelly has retireil from the hardware firm of Kellev Brothers at Massillon. This leaves J. S. C. A. ke ly. The firm name remains the same. The space about the Court House is be ing cleared off and g...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 September 1870

Poetry. SEPTEMBER. September atrw the wnodlnnd or. With mmiv brilliaut color: Th -world U LriKhUT Ilia a bcfor W hy should our heart be duller Horrow and the wvarlet leaf, Shi) lhntiht and tunny weather? Ahnif! lliU vlorv and thi rtef Agree not w-.l tnjtthcr. Thi 1 the parting eaoii thi Tl time wheu friend are flying : And lover now, with many n kit. Their long farewell are thlnp. Why U earth w jrayly dreneed f Tul pomp that aiiiiimn heareth A Itinera I eeem. where vry guvM A bridal Ktirmrnt weareth. Each one of n. perchance, may here. On aouie blur nwrn hereafter. Rat urn to view Ilia gaudy year. Hut not with boyUh laughter. Wa phail then e wrinkled men. Our brow with ilver laden. And thou thin glen may eek again. Hut nevermure maiden t Nature perliapa foreaee that Spring Will touch her teeming bonom. And that a Hw brief months will bring. The bud, the bee-, the bloaaom ; Ah t thee forasta do not know Or would leaa brightly wither Tha virgin that adorua them Will never mora oome hi...

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