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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 January 1871

; s.s&y i .V VOLUME 37. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1871. TNTJMBERsr; ,., . ... I I BUSINESS DIRECTORY " V , ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CIIUHCII. Comer ot Tenth nnt Poplar streets. Siuxl.-iy sorvkws, HiU o'nlork A. M. anrl 7,': oVIix-k r. M. Hnuiiay 8-liol. oVlrs-k P. M. Thursday eve ning Lecture. 7'4 o'clock. , REV. JAS. C. LAVERTY. Rector. . C. J. GEIGER, IruKKlst, Enxt Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio, AMERICAN HOTEL. Uy A. L. Rothaoker, Cautun, Ohio. Kant Tusoifrawas Mreet, siriltt'70lf ' STARK COUNTY DEMOCRlT, A McOrcffpr 9on, I'nblisliers, and Plain and Fancy Jul Printer. Empire Block, Canton, Olno. HIRAM THURSTON, Hook-Binder and blank-Book Manufiu:turer. All order front abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery tu Hurler's llluvk. np stairs, C'anlnn, Ohio. ' J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, a-t Tuzra rawas street. Canton, Ohio. nov4tf . JOIIN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im ported Cloths, Casaimcres, Vesting" and tienta" Fu...

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. — 12 January 1871

fa Jjjpania Jemoqai. 1. MCGREGOR, Editor. THURSDAY,: ::JANUARY 12. & REP. AIDING THE ENEMIES OF CANTON! Its Falsehoods in Regard to City Taxation. CANTON NOT THE WORST TAXED TOWN IN THE STATE! READ THE FACTS! For feom time put there seems to have been a continued effort among certain par ties, not residents of Canton, to traduce the town with a view of affecting our bu siness interests and lessening our import ance as a business point. With these objects the late business failures at Alliance have been also located at Canton, and the local taxation of the town has been magnified and misrepre sented to a degree bordering upon the kingdom of absolute falsehood. - In this unworthy and mean business our neighbors of , the Hep. and Sep., : through their journal, have been zeal - oualy and ardently engaged for some time. So long as these assaults upon Canton and her interests were confined to rival towns competing with us for railway advantages we paid little attention to them. But si...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 January 1871

oral THURSDAY.::::::::::::::::::::JAN 12. 1871. CANTON POST-OFFICE. The Mails arrive and deri ma follows: CLOSE. Eastern Wsy Mail........... ........ ...1(MI0 a. m Western - lltai p. m Eastern Through Mail. ..........lx:!M p. m ARRIVE. Eastern Way Mall p. m Western " " 6iM) a m Eastern Throaich Mai) i:-"0 a. m The snow nd ice have been dissappar- ing rapidly during the last two days, and mwl begins tofirevaiL Adjutant General Knapp, of this eSte, has favored ok with a copy of bis last an nual retort to the governor. Thanks General. A damaging fire took place in Oberlic on the morning of the 6th, a furniture store, bakery, omnibus office, and dewellieg house, loss, u,uvu, paruy losureu. How. A. G Thcemak. of the U. S ftnat and Hon. P. Vas Trumt, have each our thanks for an occasional copy of tho Congressional Globe. Thanks to Secretary of State Sherwood, of Ohio, for a copy of his voluminous re port for the past year. It contains a con densed report of the late-Geological survey of O...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 January 1871

Stark County Democrat. Bill Arp on Life Insurance. " Bill Arp. tLe knou Georgia humorist, v.. Kn fiintarviewed"b7 a tew life insur- 'ancgent, and favors the publie, in his own inimitable way, with his experience : A friend (I suppose he was a friend) (band me and said ne waited to see me tvartikarlarly. He took me away back and hanled out some little thumb papers lull 01 figures, and said that he wanted me to in sure my life. That skeered me worse than anything, for it looked as if I was in dan- fer, and he had just found it out. I axed im if he thought there would be a fight. He explained things to me and I felt re lieved and declined to insure for the pres ent. You see I felt mity well, and couldn't see the necessity. At the next corner I met another friend, who seemed glad to see me exceedingly, lie held my hand in his several moments, lie axed me if my life was insured. He said he was agent for the ' very best company in the world. I axed ' him what was the longest that a man wo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 January 1871

'afc'Mii:';-'! : ; '. V OtUIE;37. CANTON; STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1871. NUMBER '33 fflp i .' Political. Political. [From the Galaxy Magazine.] Political. [From the Galaxy Magazine.] BLACK TO WILSON A CRUSHING REJOINDER. The Evidence of Stanton's Duplicity The Evidence of Stanton's Duplicity Summer up by a Master—"The Great Secretary" Proved by his Radical Friends to be an Eminent Jonathan Wild—Some Puzzling Questions Propendded to Senator Sumner, &c., &c. 21.' tfir Honi-JIenry ICilaon, Senator front Coutrry to my ,firi. intentions 'and no( without, reluctance, I lay aside ,'other bu sinesioi foarater -importance while I take a brief review ot your supplemental eulogy on Stanton. i .The- occurrences which caused this cbanga "of mind might require explanation but they are too en tirely peraonal tor occupy any space in these pages., Withou: 'more preface 1 give yoa my thought on yonr latest essay You take violent exceptions to my for mer letter as beintf "vitu...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 January 1871

Stanton took to display riis subhuman courage. It was then that he armed his red right hand to execute his patriotic vengeance on that kllen.powerless, broken man. He must also have let fall at least a part of his horrible displeauure on the head of tb President ; else why did the President "tremble and turn pale?" I aid Uis narrative of jours was mere drivelling, and I think I paid it a flatter ing compliment. ' ' " ' ' ' FORT SUMTER. But, to explode the folly completely, I referred you to the record, which I said would show that Major Anderson acted in strict accordance with orders sent him through the war department, of which Floyd himself was the head ; and this you contradict. It is perfectly manifest that you examined the record, for you trans cribe from it and print two telegrams ex changed between Floyd and Anderson af ter the removal of the latter took place. You aw on that "same record tho order previously given the ordor on which Major Anderson was bound to act, and did a...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 January 1871

:::::::JAN 2G, 1871. THURSDAY,::: CANTON POST-OFFICE. The Moils arrive and tort as follow: : m. : . CLOSE. Eastern Way Mn - ... -..10:00 a. m Western " u .......lfra p. m Eastern Through Mall ..-.-lXJiO p. m ARRIVE. . Eastern Way Mall , .12-M p. m Western - 1J0 a. m Eaatern Through .Mail 6:20 a. m Photographs $2.00 per doz. at Price's Gallery, 22 North Market. A Poob gold Pen is an imposture and a nuisance, a good one a constant pleas ure. A choice lot from which to select, may be found at McGregor's Book Store. Street Market. Red wheat $1.28 to $1,34 White wheat $1,30-37 Rye 80 eta Barley 70 to 75 cts Corn 50- ct Oats 38 eta Clover seed $5,75 to $6.00- Rev. S Bjechler will offer his place of 14 acres, with good house, orchard, tc, on Friday, February 10th, at public sale, commencing at 1 o'clock p. m. It is con venient to the thriving village of New Berlin. It is a very desirable home. 33w2 Coaeera.' Prot V. F. Fistie and T. F. Kirk ; the Biechele Brothers and daughters ; the Misse...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 January 1871

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 'Sxi' PACLaXTISCOPAL L'HUECH.' Comer of Tenth and "Poplar Sunday i . 'Orwlr A. M. and 7 o'olork P.M. Buudny Seh'oo., t o'clock P. M. Thursday eve- Im Lecture. T' o'clock T- REV. J A3. LAVKETT, Rector. C. J. GEIGER, JTOggtt,XMtTuaoarawi street, Oambn, Ohio. ! ' AMERICAN HOTEL. - . . Bv A. L. Rothacker, East Tuscarawas street. " Canton, Ohio. aprito'Tmf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A, McGregor Son, Publishers, and Plain-end . Vanr.y Jab Printers. Empire Block.l'anum. Ohio- HIRAM : TOURSTONv - Book-Binder and Blank-Book M"""'';,, 1 order from abroad promptly attended to. Hind cry in llartera Block, up stairs. Canton, Ohio. . '. . ....-v. j. J3. MoCREA, . . , . . I Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, East Tuica- rawaastrset. Canton, OliiQv povs'f ! ' JOHN P. REX. -- ! Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im forted Cloths, Caaslmerea, Vesting and Gent-' urnislitng Good , Also, agent for the Singer BewintMat-hrh; Vaiitoni.Ohio. - mays ,70-tf j - ... PRINCE & HAAS. . ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 February 1871

v.! ; : .' J ; VOLUME 37. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1871. NUMBER 34 I ;5 1 i: . a.3IcGREG3K, Editor. THURSDAY:::::::::::::: :::::FEBRUARY 2. U. S. TAXES IN STARK COUNTY. U St Through the kindness of W. H. Wyant, U. S. Assessor of the new Fourth Division, ... old Sixth, we took the following figures f from his book. These taxes are not raised : by the Canton "Democratic City Council," but by Grant & Co., the Co. being Beveral : thousand loyal officials : '.Internal Rawnu Tax paid In DWMon Hixtk, composed of Canton, Plain, . Pike. Ovnabura- and Sandy in W7U, and Llcenwa..." 28,3l 40 Division 7 Parry, Tuaearawaa, Law . . rone., Jaokaou, Surarcreek and Beth- leheni - 18,1" 5 Division 6 Lake, Marlboroarh, Lexing ton, X untahilleu, Waatunguto, Faria... 7.207 28 Total in county $M,7S3 xs Of course the most of the first item of i $23,431 40 is collected in Canton. It in cludes the tax upon incomes. One citizen of Canton paid an income tax of over $5000; ' two oth...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 February 1871

fa fyk emonpl A. McGEEGOR, Editor. THURSDAY:: FEBRUARY 2. LOCAL TAXATION COMPARED. The Tax Par Head. CANTON BELOW THE AVERAGE. CANTON BELOW THE AVERAGE. The Truth for the Rep. and Rep. To show the taxation question in ' its true light we compile from the Auditor Of State's last report the following table giv ing the population of 33 towns of the : State, the total valuation of their property for taxation and the taxes collected for all ' local purposes, that is for all taxes levied . except the State tax : Local Pop. , in,uia 8 .Ml Val. Levies Akron Canton Chillicothe Cincinnati Clrol.rilKl CleTeland...... 4,410,7 2,S.VS,U4I 4,117,ils 121,373 9,5,619 8.t4 1,869 . ...tld.WA) 1M,107,)18 S37M 559 6,106 2,Xl,243 64,744 . tt.IH ai.&to 1106,043 . Columbue-. la.27S.74A 1628,710 1,267. ' 1,42,400 S.918.2U0 2,278,St 1,13,070 8,1,423 1.10U.262 l,n,7o 1,013,038 a,7l,24S 1,911,3X4 &ttl7,4s 1.81279 4.326,017 1.1S7,M S,437,&g .xrv.ios 2,75)1,910 1,814,160 4,462,470 8.471,029 l.V72,08 ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 February 1871

regency. Bismarck denies that he baa ever negotiated for the restoration of the Bona- nirtM. or inI ne lntenuB vi luienerw iu the domestio concerns of France. OCCUPATION OF THE FORTS. Versailles, Sunday, January 29. The German troops occupied the forts around Paris at ten o'olock this morning, and the National Guard, will surrender their arms. The armistice expires on the 19th of reb- ruary. PARIS TO PAY 53,000,000 FRANCS. London, January 30, 2 p. li. Evening Timet contains a dispatch from ' Versailles which says that the contribu tion imposed upon Paris, by the capitula tion lMmy-threa million francs. FRANCE WILL RESUME WAR AT THE END OF THE ARMISTICE WITH 900,000 MEN. Bordeaux, January SO. General Chan - zy'a headquarters are at La Val. The Fifteenth. Sixteenth. Nineteenth and Twentv-fiflh corns are at Vierson. Bourcr es and Nevers. General Bourbaki has the Eighteenth, Twentiets and Twenty-fourth .corps at .Kaulands ana I'arUlier. (Jan baldi is at Dijon with 30,000 men. Gen. Faidh...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 February 1871

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 8T. PAUL'S EPISCOPATE CHtKCH, Corner of Tenth and Poplar strsets. Sunday ' services. 10U o'clock A. M. and 1H o'clock P. M. Snodsy SchooL o'clock P. M. Thursday nina Lecture. o'clock. REV. JA8. C. LAVERTY, Rector. . C. J. GEIGER, Druggist, East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. by A.'L. r.othwkcr, F.jt Tuoarawss street, Canton, Ohio. apriif'7'tf - STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. Mcttrcgor Son. PriMishers, nd Plain and Fancy Job Primers, Kin pi re Blia-k . Canton, oh m. II Hi AM THURSTON. Pook-nimlcrand hliuik l'-ook Manufacturer. a:; Bind- , order Irom auroan prmupuj -ry in Harter'a Block, up Hairs, tsuion. t. Ohio. J. B. McCREA, Furniture IVnler and Undertaker, Kant Turca. rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. no4tf JOHN P. REX, . . i ' Marchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im ported Cloth. Cassimeres, Vesting and taenia" Furnishing Good-: Also, stent for the 8ingr Sewing Machinv , Ciuitun. Ohio. may4 '70-tf v ; PRINCE. HA AS i ' CmwrUKent Metallic and all ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 February 1871

aft MtirMf . VOLUJVIE37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1871, NUMBER 35 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth and Pnnl&r streets. Sunday servioes, Wi o'clock A. M. and 7Jo'elook P. nd7J4 o'clock P. M. Hunday School, o'clock P. M. Thursday eve- REV. J AS. C. LAVERTY. Rector. C. J. GEIGER, Druggist, East Tuscarawas street, (Anton, Ohio, AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothaoker, East Tuscarawas street, Canton, Ohio. ' apri!6"7Utf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor- A Son, Publishers, and Plain and - Fancy Job Printers, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All ; orders from abroad promptly attended to. Bind- ery in Barter's Block, up stairs, Canton, Ohio. v . J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, East Tuzca raws street, Canton, Ohio. nov4tf .- v . JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im r tried Cloths, Cassimeres, V eatings and tients' urnislrlog Goods: Also, agent fo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 February 1871

A. McGEEGOR, Editor. THURSDAY::: :::FEBRUARY 9. LEAVING THE RADICAL PARTY. Among the prominent Conservative Republicans who are ratting loose from the Radical "party are Sonators Hughes and Elliot, of the Indiana Legislature. Mr. Hughes is a distinguished lawyer and politician with extensive influence, and Mr. Elliot, in a published card at India napolis on Manday last says: "In the organization of the Senate, I acted independently of party at a time when my vote could benefit some friends, and could not have brought success to the Republican party. Since then in all test questions I have voted with the Republican party until this evening, when I was surprised and mor tified to find" the party voting to sanction the monstrous violation of the Constitu tion of the United States, in compelling four Southern States to ratify the Fif teenth Amendment at the dictation of Congress. In the meantime I have been so grossly abused by Republican newspapers, self constituted leaders, charged wi...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 February 1871

THE WAR. BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. THE FRENCH DISSATISFIED. London. February 2. Dispatches from 7 many parts of France concur in expressing the tfetermination of the people to contin ue the war, unless the terms proposed by Germany are greatly ameliorated. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Eondon, February 3. The Board of Admiralty has ordered the construction of tan gunboats. An offer was made by Bismarck to ex tend the provisions of the armistice to the South Eastern Departments, but was not accepted by Favre.as the surrender of Bel forte was one of the conditions. The Prussians commenced to provide for therestoration of railways, and pro visioning the capital the moment the ar isLice was concluded, but the rolling stock was found in a wretched condition, and in adequate to meet the demand made for the transportation of supplies. Paris, con sequently, suffers for want of food, and is still supplied with rations from the Ger mans. . . CONSTERNATION AMONG IMPERIALISTS. Brussels, February 2.- The pe...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 February 1871

Variety. Variety. A Legal Anecdote. ' In the early days of Vermont jurispru dno.'.the strict decorum which now very fenerallyidiatiifgniBhes the New Bngland ar. was comparativelyvinknown. Noth ing waa more common 'than sharp alter cations between the benchTand the bar such wrangling, indeed, as would now be termed "contempt ot court, were tney only to happen between the lawyers them selves. Va one occasion Judge lnrner, who "was then plain "Esqnire," hSa. ad dressed a Bound argnment to the -court, and sat down. The Judge, who chose to arena the Question rather than decide it at once; replied in a feeble argument.which the lawyer in his turn demolished. The Judge rejoined by repeating, without ay material variation, his first reply, and then "closed the pleadings" by an adverse de cision. "Your Honor's two arguments," said Turner, addressing himself partly to the Court and partly to the bar, "remind me of a story. A foolish old woman in Con necticut, being one evc-ina: at a party .wa...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 February 1871

VOLUME 37. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1871, NUMBER 3C BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ... ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corns of Tsnth and Poplar straats. Sunday wrvicaa, 104 o'clock A. M. and IK o'olook P. M. ' king Laalura, 7S o'clock. Eliv. JA8. 0. LAVEKTY, Rector. C. J. GEIGEB,. niggiat, EaatTuacarawaa atraet, Cadton. Ohio. . . . a t-CTTn A XT TTnTVT. By A. L. Rothaokar, East Tuscarawaa (treat, Canton, Ohio. apriiaTotf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. MoGragor Bon, Publlahera, and Plain and Fancy Job Print rm, Empir Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM " THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All , , ordsra from abroad promptly attended to. Bind er in Huur'i Block, no stsira. Canton. Ohio. J. B. McCREA, furniture Dealer and Undertaker, Eaat Tuica rawaa atreet, Canton, Ohio. BOTtf JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im -ported Clothe, Casalrf.aras, Veatinge and Oenta' Furntahlng Oooda: Also, agent for the Blnger ewlns Machine, Canton, Ohio. may -4 "70-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 February 1871

; the salary and not to the office. It is po-1 litical favoritism raised to the dignity of a ruling system. . Now, sir, in the face of these facts you cease to be astonished at the abases which abound all around us. Under such a system it cannot be otherwise but that inexperience should follow inexperience and rascality should follow rascality in rapid succession. There is nothing un natural to your mind now in the need less .and expensive multiplication cf offi ces. There is nothing surprising to you now in the frequency and magnitu le of embezzlements and defalcations. You nnderstand how perfectly well that when the whisky tax was fixed at two dollars it waa absolutely impossible to e force the law with the machinery of the pubho service we had. You are no longer sur prised at the frequency of mail robberies which are perpetrated in post-offices. You see the smugglers in our ports lay ing in wait to watch their opportunity when, taking aovan age ot tue inexper ience of new ifficer...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 February 1871

Correspondence. Letter from Doctor Hamilton, v.- The readers of the Democrat will re member that a few weeks ago we publish .ed a noble letter from our old friend Doc tor Hamilton, and, with a view of attrac ting attention, we placed in large letters at the head, "Christian politics." The title was significan and attractivet and we aretglad we used the term, if for no other reason, that it brought us another letter from the Doctor which we give : Mek'son, III., January 30, 1871. Ma. A. McGregor, Esqr.-Respected Friend : I object to "Christian politics," E laced at the head of my published letter, hristianity has no politics. It proposes no experiments io be tested by opposite issues. It submits its principles, privileges and duties to the acceptance of men, not ' because they present a bettor policy, but because they are identified with man's present and eternal interests, which are infinite, running through the duration of eternity. Tme, they consult man's pres ent weiire m alt the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 February 1871

Variety. Growing of Cereals. At th last meeting of the British As oci.tion, Mr. F. P. Hallett read a paper on the "Law of Development in Cereals." His experience showed him several years cto that cram and especially - wheat, was injured by being planted too closely. He fnund a. wheat nlant would increase above the crround in troiortion as its roots had room to develop, and that the roots might be hindered by being in contact with the root of another plant. He continued a series of experiments, planting one kernel of wheat onlv. and succeeded so well in improving the method of cultivation as to ' raise wheat whose ears contained 123 the course of his in vesti ca tions Mr. Hallett made other discoveries with retard to the growtn oi me cereais, M-liinli hn sums un as follows : 1. Every fully developed plant, whether nf whnat. oats or barley, presents one ear superior in productive power to any of the rest on that, plant. 2. Every such plant contains one grain, which upon trial, proves ...

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