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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 February 1871

1 e- VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871, NUMBER 37 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL ClIUFvCH, Corner of Tenth and Poplar ureeta. Sunday services, 10H o'nlo. k A. if. and 7 "'rlo.k p. M. Puuday Stcliool. a o'clock P. M. Thursday eve- ning Lecture. TUoVloek. Kiifv. J Ad. U VERT V. Rector. C. J. GEIGER, rugglst, EastTuacarawas street. Canton, Ohio. AMEEICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothaeker, Eas Tuscarawas street, Canton, Ohio. apriltHotf . STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor A Son, Publisher, 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 Karmr't block, np stairs, Canton, Ohio. - J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dcalor and Undertaker, East Tuica rawaa street, CantonOhlo. nov-itf JOHN P. REX. Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im rirted Cloths, Casaimerea, Veetlngs and Oents' urnishing Goods: Also, agent for the Singer ' Sewing ...

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. — 23 February 1871

39a A. McGEECOR, Editor. THUESDAY:::::: ::::FEBRUARY 23. Please Renew. jiany subscription to the Stark Cora rt DxxocitAT ar about to expire and we are notifying each friend in his paper. All paper not renewed will be discontinued. Let our friend bear in mind. . We are also tending bill to friend who are somewhat indebted. Let all uch promptly respond. ' CONGRESS. In the House Friday, in the debate on the Army bill, Mr. Brooks spoke tren chantly against the President's using the military in elections. He felt that no language could express his indignation at those who had placed the army of the United States on election day at. the dis posal ef thieves and robbers. Mr. Schu maker declared that more frauds were perpetrated in St. Lawrence County, New York, than in all the wards of New York City. Mr. Jones, of New York, effered an amendment to the bill, requiring that the title of the United States to the na tional cemeteries should be indisputable. In the Senate there was a lively deb...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 February 1871

From the Mass. Plowman. Dinner to the American Wool Growers. ,-. -". ' This is the heading of a Report of a mag nificent dinner given at Delmonico'e in tha ftv ofXaw York, on Wednesday even ing the 15th instant. And he article ap pears in the New York Tribune ; that great leading defender of the wool growers and farmers of the United States. Who are the men who figured at this great din ner' of the American Wool Growers? John A. Griswold, L Grand B. Cannou," Theo. Pomeroy ana long list of other names, not one of which was ever connect ed with the wool growers' interest or busi ness. At fi-Bt we thought it was a ioke, or a satire. Bat on a careful perusal we found it to be a genuine article written as a bona fide description of what the Trio- . ww really supposed to be a dinner given to tha wool growers of the United States. A wool growers' dinner forsooth I and Geo. ' Campbell, that prince of American wool growers who sent sheep to the great inter national exhibition at Hamburg and ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 February 1871

Local News. Transfers of Real Estate. At itown at Eeoorder'B office of Stark bounty, for the wek ending, Feb. 16th, 181 ' c. T. Oiecrer Admir to Catharine Eawic. part lot in Canton. $3,000 H. C Eiison, Auditor to D. M. McJlin nnv. 4 acrea in Pike Tr. ' H. H. Myera to J. M. Baxter, 2 lota in Canton. 830 C Haina to P. Borey, part lot in Min erva, 2700 George Knnemaker to J. Yine, lot in LoniavSle. . 250 -Noah. Seaman to-M. 4 C, K. B.. 2 acrea in Perry Tp. ' 250 W. H. Keed to M. A C. R. R., 1 acre in Perry Tp. , 252 J V, Kixon to Win. Allerton. i acre m Leiinrton To. 300 00 Eli Miller to Jacob Dine, part lot Can ton. 1200 00 Peter Honsel to Michael Li ch ten waiter. 78- acre in Pike Tp. 3350 00 Jno. Paul to 1L fc C. R, R. 4-95-100 acre in Perry Tp. 742 00 J. N. Mohtan to same 1-83-100 acre in Jackeon TV. 100 00 Georae Welt to aame 1-73-100 acre in Jackeon Tp. 109 00 . Wilhelm Banasweider to aame 3-44-100 acre in Jackson To. 133 00 Wolf Sheffel to aame l-5y-100 acre in Jackeon Td. 168 0...

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

VOLUME 37. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871. NUMBER 38 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner of Tenth and Poplar streets. Sunday aentnea. 10 o'clock A. M. and ?o'olook P. M. 8uuday School, t o'clock P. M. . Thursday eve ning Lecture. TN o'clock. REV. JAa. r. LAVERTT. Kaotor. ' ', C. J. GEIGER, rugglst. East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. Canton. Ohio apriltt'Tutf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, .- MoUrgor Hod. Publishers, and Plain and fancy iob Printers, Umpire Block, Jalou, Oluu. HIRAM THURSTON. Book-Binder and Blank- Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery in Hanoi's Utm-k, u , up stairs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA; Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, rawaa atreet, Canton. Ohio. Eaxt Tusca novetf ': ., ' JOHN P. REX. Merriiaut Tailor, and dealer In American and Im ported Cloths Caialmerca, Vtlngx and Jnt' Famishing Goud Alan. aanl for Uie Kmr bavins Machine. an ton. Ohio- siay 4 TtMf PRINCE & HAAS.: Un...

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

A. McGSEGOR, Editor. THUESDAY:::::::::::::::::::::::::":MAECH 2. OHIO EDITORS! Convention at Akron. RECEPTION BY THE AKRONIANS. Fire Department Parade. VISIT TO THE CITY RINK. Grand Banquet in Good's Hall. Toasts and Responses. Visit to the Manufacturing Establishments &c. Pursuant to call abont one hundred of the editors of Ohio met in convention at Akron on Thursday and Friday of last week. The hospitable citizens of this flourishing town had made every prepara tion to have a good time with us. The utmost was done to make our brief stay pleasant, agreeable and profitable. We must say that their noble and generous efforts were a grand and complete success. Long shall we remember the editorial con vention at Akron, and the hospitality and attentions of its citizens. On arriving at the Depot conveyances were in readiness, to convey editors to "headquarters" to be registered and lo cated. The headquarters were in Good's Commerce Block, east Market street, This block is one of the ...

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

Y. M. C. L. A., Met Friday evening. Feb 24th, and organ ized by the vice President, Thomas Len nan, taking the chair. Minutea of the meeting were read and approved. Decla mation y Thomas Welsh and J. J. Lennan.- Essay by Wm Mailine. Next in order - ww the debate of the question : Resolved, That the Public Debt of the U. 8. should be repudiated. ' ' Affirmative. J. J. Lennan,, A J. Kin ii. . Negative. Thos. McNary, J. J. Len nan. m At the concloaion of the regular debate "a general debate was engaged in by John T. Hays, a D. Essig, G. W. Lawrence, and Thos. Lennan. On motion the fol lowing question was adopted for debate at the next meeting Resolved, That Pub lic Schools are a greater evil than Whis key or Tobacco. Affirmative. J. J. Lennan, A. J. Rintz. Negative. Lew Piero, John T. Hays. On motion John T. Hays was appoint ed editor of the Literary Critio and J. J. Lennan editor of the Novice the Pub lic t re cordially invited. Adjourned to THOS. LENNAN, Vice President. JOHN T. HAYS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1871

Stark County Democrat. Notes about Health. Glattony count cna hundred victims trher drunkenness counts one. To regu late health we must regulate diet. Cer tain kinds of food feed the fat, and leave the muscles and brain to starve. . Certain othes foods feed the muscles exclusively, and eartaiu 0 hers the brain. The com mon notion that our life depend -entirely upon Providence is downright "infidelity. A child goes out of a hot room witfc na ked arms and legs to fetch some toy, and then dies of croup. Is that mysterious Providence? If a man indulges himself until he gets the gout, and the disease at tacks his heart and kills him, is his death a mystery? .... - The process of digestion begins in the mouth and ends in the lungs. The mouth grinds the food; the lungs supply the ox ygen which converts -the products of the food into pure and useful blood. Many people imagine themselves afflicted with serious diseases.' when they are only suf fering from rindizestion. or dyspepsia. A dyspep...

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

V OLUME 37. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 9. 1871. NUMBER 39 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth and Poolar streets, rhindn; idny servioes, 10 o'clock A. & Bauday fcohooL, g o'clock ' ning Lecture. 14 o'clock and 1. Uo'clook P. M. Thursday eve- M. REV . J AS. LAVF.RTY, Rector. C. J. GEIGER, rugglst. East Tuiuniwu street, Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothacker, East Tuscarawas street, Canton, Ohio. aprilB 70lf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor A Bon, Publisher, and Plain and . Fancy Job Printer, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery In Barter Block, up iiuurs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, East Tusr-a-. rawa street. Canton, Ohio. novstf JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im rrted Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting and Gents' urnishing Goods: Also, agent fur tne 8tngsr Sewing Machine,...

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

cmoqat. A. MCGREGOR, Editor. aURSDAY:::::: ;:::MARCH 9. WORKING MEN! What have you gained from the rule cf Grant and tho Republican party? Are yon not worse oil than you were ten years ago? Is not labor worse rewarded worse taxed? Where are the bih prom ises made by the party leaders ? Where TUw awa tka hio-ll t 10-fta and nlentv of work that were promised by Grant fc company? You all know the "hard times" that are upon lis. You realize the suffering con dition of labor. You know the burdens heaped open labor by the corrupt rule of the carpet baggers and robbers that swarm at Washington and elsewhere. Have tney not loaded the country with Debt ? Have they not increased the expenditures largely in every department of the Government? Have they not covered the land with swarms of hungry officials to rob and plunder the people T Have they not robbed us of the Publio Lands and donated the millions and millions of acres to them selves? Thus have these cormorants fattened and enriched them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 March 1871

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 March 1871

Stark County Democrat. WHAT A PARTY. C. C. Bowen the Radical Congressman South Carolina charged with Murder—Extraordinary Revelations Progress of "Great Moral Ideas" in Progress of "Great Moral Ideas" in the South. C w It will 1 remembered that on the 7th of Trch A. D, 1864, Colonel William Par ker White, of the Battalion of Georgia cav alry, nu ihot whilst sittinir in his head quarters, by a ball from a rifle, in the hands of somo . one outside. One Eli O. Grimes, one of the command, was arrest- ed for the offence, and there stated that ha had committed the deed and had been instigated thereto by C. C. Bowen his I former captain, and now member of Con- .. . i- . : i r iL.' nr grees irom wis unmet, r or iuis ixir, Rnwan arrested, and charcres orefer- red before the military court attached to General Beanrecuard'i department. On the way to Charleston, Grimes jumped from the car and escaped, and was never heard of until a short time since. Mr. Bowen was never tried, their being no wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 March 1871

.It v " - U ! .i - .'i VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1871, I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth and Poplar sireeta. 8undoy services, 1'U oVlm-k A. M. and 1 o'cloflc P. M. . ftuuriav School. 1 o'clock- P. M. Thursday eve ning Lecture. 14 o'clock. . Rt?.JAS.',LAVERTY, Hector. C. J. GEIGER, ' V rugglst. East Tnacarawas afreet. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothker, East Tusoaxawas street. Canton, Ohio. . aprile 7uif , STARK ' COUNTY. DEMOCRAT, A. MuGreK'" A Son, Publishers, and Plain and Fancy Job Printers, Enioire Block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and blank-Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly atleuded to. Bind ery in Manor's hliK.k. up stairs, Canton, Ohio. " ,- J. 3. McCREA, ' 1 ' '. Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, East Tnica rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. JOHN P. REX, . . - fr : . in AnraarieABnd . . -. V Atari n ltb And. 4entM FurniHhinK Uoodm. Also, aKnt for the 8.oKar PRINCE & HAA9;...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 March 1871

A. McGHEGCE, Editor. , HURSDAY:: ::MARCH 16. THE REPUBLICAN SPLIT. GRANT VERRUS SUMNER. Debate in the U. S. Senate—Removal of Sumner. Last week, in the Republican caucus of Senators at Washington there was a fierce contest over the re-appointment of Sena tor Sumner, of Massachusetts, as chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations. The contest was long and bitter in caucus and the final Tote stood 21 for Sumner to 23 against. ' It is said Sumner had friends enough absent to have saved him. . On the 10th the fight was transferred to the Senate.' As boob as that body con, vened, the" adoption of the committees was moved, with Mr. Sumner omitted en tirely from the Foreign Relations Commit- tee, and Cameron named as its Chairman. . Mr. Wilson at once interposed one or two dilatory motions, but soon withdrew them to emable Mr. Schorl to move to postpone the matter. ; Mr. Sumner, on whom all eyes rested, arose at this stage and asked the Senate to excuse him from serving as . Chairman o...

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

MASSILLON CORRESPONDENCE. Thk SpbihS Election. Candidate are in laying rope forth" city and town ship office. They approach you with "smiles that are pensive and childlike", and swear great oaths that they have al ways been Republicans or Democrats, as occasion may require. The lust for a city office is terrible. ' pleasant residence on Prospect, street, Wit by the late James Harsh, Esq., has been sold to Capt. II. Feltz. Price $11,000. Marcellus Madison, the very pleasant clerk at the American, after a five week's visit to his friends in the Green Mountain State, has returned to his duty rejuvenated and peart ready to wait on the many guests of that popular hotel, or to indite spicy locals, at either of which he is better than a raw hand. Mrs. John Jacobs and J G. Warwick have gone east on a pleasure excursion, intending to visit various places of interest, including Washington, Baltimore, Phila delphia, New York and Boston. The water is out of the Canal, for the purpose of enablin...

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

Stark County Democrat. Golden Words. ' Prove shing ; &t to that which i 4 gOodcFotll. I 1ta. 1 ? jl 'i It is great misfortune not to endure misfortune Bum. r v , Go handVgifts lo tome, whispers them to others. Alger. It is better to die a sinner thaa to live one. liteodore.JParker. . Those who have not Buffered, know not what they have to gain. Alger. He who waits to do a great deal at once will never do anything. Dr. Johnson The chariot of God's providence runneth not upon broken wheels. Rutherford. The less a man thinks or knows about his virtues the better we like him. Brtv 7'$OTt. Prefer diligence before idleness, unless 5 on esteem rust above brightness. "lata. ' He is not only idle - who does nothing, but he is idle who might be better em ployed. Socrales. The chains of habit are generally too small to be telt till they are too strong to be broken. Dr.-Johnson. - - - 1 Men mty judge ut by the success of our efforts, Godlooksat.tha efforts themselves. Charlotte ElitdbAhJ " ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 March 1871

rr i.ii:.':T 1:0 rr . . . . ... .) .. 1 . '.-V . r ; - j .! - I "" 1 ''.'-'- - : : .'.' '..'I-'.' 1 VOLUME 37. CANTON. STA:RK CpiJTY, OmO THIJRSDAY, MARCEf 23.-18711 - NTJSniKlt 41 .. ;:'Ciii:nn ' . . . : t t s ; i i i ..' "' ! i- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ST. PAUL'S: EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner o; l.-uth and Pt'aiar. .'reets. Sun-lax ervi-.-. l.iUV.luok A. M.ar, UU ..clo. k P. Pnudnv noiiool. 2 oVlock P.M. Thurwlayeve mnj Lecture 7i o' iv i, . REV. J Art. r. l.AVERTT. K.-etor. . . C J. GEIGER, r UseIM, East Tuacarwru Mreet, Canton, Ohio. . AMERICAN. HOTEL. By A. h. Rothacker, Ka Torw twl, Canton, Ohuxj spriltnutf i STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. Mcr-or A son, Puhti.liera, mad Plain and - 1-ancy Jt Pruitess, Empire tUook.Uaoiun.Uhia. v T. " HIRAM .THURSTON, . V ', ftook-Binderaud Black-book Mauufaoturer. order, from abroad promptly attended to. Hind- ry In ttxrwr BloaKr i .ap.taira, tintoo, Ohio. . j.,b:McCREA, ; Furniture Peaier and t'udsrtaker, East Ttrsea-r.-nuiaastxeu, Canton, Ohio. " - aov4i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 March 1871

inmost. A. &CC2EG02, Editor. THT7KSDAY:: :::::MAHCH 23. CITY TICKET. "'" ' 'x For Mayor. .-.: . R. 8. SHIELDS. .. .5 City Bolicitor, "W. A. LYNCH. Marshal, GE02GE OLDFIELD, " Street Comnussioner, JACOB KRESS. Councflmen, 2nd Ward F. I. PIERO. 3rd " H. S. BELDEN. -4th - GEO. BENDER, 4th " C. .F DIEBKOKT. Assessors, lt Ward HENRY STINCHCOMB. 2nd M JACOB KILLIAN: 3rd E. M. GRIMES. 4th - JOHN C. LANOHANS, TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, -JACOB S. BROWNEWELL. Trustees, DAVID SMITH, (Farmer) ; - ELI YODER. PETER MYERS. i Township Clerk, t .i . JOSEPH TROUT, "-- -- okjp Treasurer, GEORGE FESSLER, ' - " For Constables, HENRY SHORB, JOHN B.ADAMS. J. F. SCHERER. For Township Assessor, W. A. ZERBE. Lake Township Democratic Ticket. For Trustees, ' " DANIEL BAUM. WILLIAM CASSLER. : JOHN WERSTLEK. Clerk, WILLIAM WAGNER. Treasurer, GEORGE GRUBB. " Assessor, G. C. WITSAMAN. ' Constables. ' ' GEORGE HAACK. , JAMES M. SWEETEN. WILLIAM WAGNER. J ustice of the Peace. FRANK W. BAIRD. Faris To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 March 1871

April 1st 1870. W trill opn t the old etand of H. M. Baird A Co., (next door to Schilling 4 llerbrnck). and entirely new and well re liable stock of Hats, Caps, Gents Furnish ing Goods, Cloths, Caseimerei and Veet- "Sr.C. Vf. Strohn formerly with Kit, Albert fc Co. now a member of our firm, will be happy to wait upon bis old friends and cuistomert. Mr. Oeo. Spangler formerly with H. M Baira A Co., is in onr employ, and will al "to be to see his friends. ALBERT, ROCK WELL & CO. Canton, Akron & Youngstown. Going to Louisville. We tale pleasure in informing our num erous friends in Louisville that James J. Foley, the eminent Photograph Artist, who has for a long time been the valuable assistant of Andrew Price, of our city, is about to open a new Photograph Gallery in Irvings Hall at that place. Mr. Foley thoroughly understands his business, and we cheerfully recommend him to the pa tronage of the Louisville people, though we dislike to lose him from among us. Street Market. Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 March 1871

Stark County Democrat. ST. LOUIS. A Terrific Hurricane—Immense Damage to Property—Numerous Rail Road Depots Destroyed—Whole Trains from the Track—Seven Persons Swept from the Track—Seven Persons Killed and Forty Wounded — Loss Over 81,000.000. St. Louie, March 8. A most terrifio hurricane passed over portion of East St. Louis bet Qon two and three o'cloek this a,ftMnobu" 'l'Ue wind first cam from the saULh-eaat. acx omnanied bva lrisk shower. but suddenly xecred Jk...lhe-'8outb-wet anu came witn a iury ana lurco ucmi uo f,ir witnessed in this latitude. It first struck the elevator on the bank of the river and took part of the root oil, and passing on in a diva north-east direction it totally Homnlishcd the freieht deDOt of the St. Louis and Vandalia Kailroad,-00 feet Ions "by 100 wide, and a water tank 80- feel hieh. The freight and passenger depot of the South-eastern Railroad, two freight depots, a nortion of the nassencrer deDot and ticket office and the largo round-house of the ...

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