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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 November 1871

i-.J V ' i;Y vC ANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. VOLUME 38. NUMBER 22 Ik' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. : ,MANHEIM LODGE 1. O. O. F.. "j " Number 40: ' Hall Commercial Block. Mt KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Buckeye Lodge No. 11. Knlghtaof Pythiae. meet every Friday evening at o'clock, in tt sir new haii m B'i bick, Tu"cmr""cLa. O. U. A. M. s tmurrni romtcn. No. 4, 0. U. A. M., moot eve: r Friday evening at tbi ry Friday evening miller' n.w hlork.. J. W. GnsaaT, 9'y. R.8. OAKBER, C. ; may 11-1 , ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH,' Corner of Tenth and Poplar "reel. a"?1 ervic, 10H o'clock A. M and juo'elork P. M. 8nu.iay kcttZA. o'clock P. M. Thursday oto- nina Lectur.. 1li o'clock. ' ' RKv'.JAS. '. LAVERTY. Rector. STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT A McGrvvor Son, Publlnhere, and Plain and Fancy Job Printers, Emplra Block, Canton, Ohio. C. J. UE1GER,- rugglst, EaatTaacarawaa street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. ! L. Rothackar, East Tuaoaxawa street. lv A. t'lnxm, Ohio HIRAM THURSTON. fcuok-Uindara...

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 1871

cmocipt. McGHEGOR, Editor. EHUBSDAYusssssssKOYEMBEa 9. 4 . Mexioo continues in a state ef revolu tion. Beverar f lb States have "pro nouucl!' against Juarez, and their troops have gained some victories ; but ai there seems to be no very great unanimity of purpose among the various revolting bod ies, it is a little uncertain whether the movements amount to one or to three or four revolutions. Each leader seems to be pulling his own way, and when we add to the uncertainty thus produced, the ut ter nntmstworthines of the several chan nels through which our news comes from ' . that country, it becomes very difficult to form any just "pinion on affairs there. One point only seems certain, and that is, that the numberless "generals" in revolt ' are little better than highwaymen, while it is by no means an ascertained act that those sustaining'the Government are very much better. MURDERS. A prominent and wealthy German cit izen, named Schmidt, of Cleveland, was brutally killed by a mulatto...

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. — 9 November 1871

Sekiotjs Accident. We are. pained to learn that Louis Blake, youngest son if P. H."Blake, of our city, aged 4 years, while playing with round pine itics last Fri day, fell down atairs and the stick was driven down his throat under the tongue and extending throngh into the muscles ot the back of the neck over five inches, lacerating the throat badly, and knocking out two of the upper front teeth. The in jury is a terrible one, but the Physicians think be will recover. ' Transfers of Real Estate. Jcob Zerbe to Ab Haines, 3 lots In Zerbe's ad- . dittos to Mine ra..-... - tiflJO C A Kelley to D Staphan, part of 4 loU In Massil- lon -; Harry Barnes to Ann Hivsly, X soream Lexins-- Ion to "7"V Bar; Barnss to W L Barnes, 8" acres in Lex- tna-ton tp - .............." . Jeoob Uering te Hicks Ruchtis, part lot in U Samaa" 'Kxaoe"to"a"P ot 'in Maasill. Vo?"ano FuliaoircwToo" Walker, Tot in Mu- siiion.-.. -"-""""""'""" J0 Win Lonsworth to Christian Kline, 3 St-100 acre. in Jackson tp ......lu75...

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

rants flemocrat' CANTON. 6nntoa was laid out by Bezaleel Wells, of St.ubenville, in 180C, three yars be fore the organization of Stark County. The original plat a recorded in the clerk's oflioe ia Columbiana county, to 'which the territory then belonged, was bounded on the north by North street, on the east by East Alley, on the southj.by South street, and on the west by West Alley. Subse quently there was contentions about the metes and bounds of lots, when Mr. Wells, in 1823, had the plat reoorded in the clerk's office in Canton, and by way of explanation, appended a note of which the following is an abstract: "said propri etor did furthur declare, that in laying out the said lots, in order to cover any inac curacies which might be- made in -measurements, the chain used was a few inches longer than the exact length of a common surveyor's chain, by which itappears that there is an excess in the size of the lots when they came to be subjected to strict measurements, and lastly, the ...

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

CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1871. NUMBER S3 VOLUME 38. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANHEIM LODGE I. O. O. F., - Mumbar '.: Hall-. Commercial Block. Meet 1,:a;Tr'.Th,ir1'" ttmn, ! KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. , I Buckeye lodga NolV XaltX rythiaa meet every Friday eveningat I o'clock, in thir naw hall fa Han Wsk. Est Tuscarawas "reef. , O. U. A. M. Vrl,UT aventua si TVf o'clock. In Damn miller's new biook. , R.B. GABBER, & -J. W.Gitsent,8o'y. , . myu-tr ' ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, j Corner of Tenth and Poplar lAtf aerrloes, 10 o'clock A. M. and To'clock P. M. Sunday WoVs o'clock P. M. Thursday ave- ' tan.iA:UAVKBTY.Btor. ! . &TABK COUNTY : DEMOCRAT; i . A. MoQmor Son, Publish, and Plain and Fancy J ob Printora, Erojiuro Block, Canton, Otuo. :; ; ' C. J. GEIGER, ' . . ; '- rugglst. East Tuscarawas street, Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. ' East Taaearawas street, aprii wii By A- Is Rothaokar, Canton, Ohio. - HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer All orde...

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

A. SlcCKEGOR, Editor. THURSDAY:: -:NOVEMBER 16. THAT LIE AND THAT SUPPRESSED The Way the Election was Carried in Stark County. We called attention in our issue of Oc tober 26th to one; .instance of the infa-i mous means resorted toby the radical party to carry Stark county at the late election.; We reproduce our article, which was as follows : j THAT LIE. Before the election, Mr. Wale and oth-i er radical stumpers of this county, aa well as their organ, charged that the railway company through their attorney, Hon. Twing Brooks, of Salem, was aiding the Democracy with money and laboring to defeat the Republican ticket, especially Mr. Wales, for the Senate. It seems Mr. Brooks, who is an ardent Republican, telegraphed the Rep & Rep folks to deny the charge for him, and to say that he was anxious ior the success of the Republican ticket in Stark, including Mr. Wales. The telegram was suppressed and the lie was reiterated, Mr. Wales repeating it at Alli ance the night before the ele...

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 1871

[For the Democrat.] [For the Democrat.] A Sheep Dog Law. J We know of no question of ereter im poi tanco 10 farmers, or woolgrowers at this time, than how to secure protection from Sheepdogs.-" "?'.- q ff We have no statistics at hand just now to show the amount of actual loss from the ravages of dogs on sheep, but it. tnusl; amount to an enormous sum annually in 4 1 O . - A LP ftl T V . mo ouiw oi wnio. indeed, money in vested in sheen is becoming so verv inse cure that thousands of farmers are embar rassed and deterred from engagmg in that department of our acrriculturnl . interests. from the simple fact that that species of property is so very unsafe. .And there-: mark: ist common among farmers that "i in no use io jtrp, surep, ivr mey will OS killed by the dogs,' and we think it is 'safe to say that not one fanner out of ! twenty,, who has kept sneep for the last five or ten years, but hat more or less, , and often very heavily, from the depredU tions of worthless dogs, for scar...

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

Stark County Democrat. REMARKABLE MURDER. Clergyman of the Church of England Kills His Wife—Another Rulloff. A remarkable murder .'as recently committed m England, the perpetrator thereof being a clergyman in the Church f p . , . i - . . . . n xju 511V.UU, nnu me victim 01s irue. . un tb lOtlt of October the, v. T. M . Wat son, M. A., many years head master of the. grammar school atStockwell, and well known aa a translator of tha classics, the author of several biographies, and a his torian, beat Lis wife's brains ont and then pretended to poison hi nself. On the following evening he told his servant maid that if he shoald be ill 'during the night she must send for. Dr Hoggs. .; lie was thus afllic ted, and -when , th doctor came the maid gave him a letter written by her master, and telling how in a "fit of fury" he had committed the murder and laid the dead body in the library.- In this room the corpse was found, huddled up in a corner, her kneea teaching her chest, her hands convu...

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. — 23 November 1871

r. . . ( VOLUME 38. " CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 23, 1871 . NUMBER 24 araTsBTBwo-MrsBBM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ;. MANHEIM. LODGE I. O. O. F., Y ' I ( i v I i Kumbw tak Hail Commercial Block,", Meet ings every Thursdaiy evening. - , i fob "Is .. . i. F. KEMPEtt,8eo'y. - KNIGHTS OPJPYTHIAS. Buekeve Lode No. II, Knight of Pythlaa. meet every Friday evening a. s o ui"u. , w oir v ii . .. . . 1.1.-.U V..., Tii-.-j,rw hall U Haue ' as street. a. K. and C. & : Rssoumri Oouscn. Now O. U. A. M.. meats ' ere rv Friday evening at 7 o'cloek. In nnn milt" - .f-w Mek7 R. f. OAKBKH, tV. J. W. Giuitat,?gcy-;y u t t mayll-tf ST.. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, , Corner ot Tenth end ftMar rru., Sunday ser.vic-e. U, nVl.a-k V U. and 7 ..vloek P. M. Puu.Ih Hol.ool. i oVIofk P. M. Thursday ee- ,ir: LAVEBTV, He-tor..', STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. A McUregor 4 Son , Publisher, and Plain and Vum-y Job Printers, EmrreMok,Caiuon, Ohio. . : . .i ..U. J-.GEIGEB, V Druggiatsf".astTus.-rawaa street. C...

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 November 1871

Vxmr jjjjfot;.. -ouiitg emoqai. A. McGregor, Editor. fnURSDAY::::::::::::::;-:NOVEMBER 23. sneer at Jay Gould for becoming bondsman for that Democratic thief, 'William M. Tweed, when he,- Greeley, volunteered te become bail for that greater criminal, Jeff. Davis, who was as great in starving to death eighteen thousand Union prisoners at Anderson ville as Tweed was in stealing tens of millions of the pnblic money ? Bat Horace is an eccentric philosopher, and can do as he pleases, and the verdant publio will continue to look upon bim as being "a very honest politician," and for get that last summer he allowed the Trib une to publish an editorial certifying that the Tweed-Tammany management of the nnblio fund was economically and honest ly done. Cleveland Leader.. fit will bo seen by the above that the Orant radical organs are disposed to make war upon the philosopher of the party. The reference toj Jeff. Davis reminds us that the Republican leadersnever brought him to trial at all ! W...

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

[From the Titusville Courier.] TO THE WALLACE SISTERS. BY JOHN A. LANIGAN. [Author of "Leisure Hours," and other Poems.] n I know thre mIJun fair, With flowing goiden bair, . Each onv'e eyes. Like ax lire aktea, Glesui, eh 1 o heavenly clear. En tha stars by night. Glitter net half so bright Aa the eves sf J en Die, Maui antl Minnie, Beainiug their inyattc light. And thase maidens three, Fair aa fair ean be. Can play their parte, ' Like Cupid'a dart. Oh, how brilliantly t When through the dance they glide, Ueutly aide by aide. Kach and all Throughout the hall Wondering gaxe, , And swell thole praise. And with ene Teioe exulting cried, Nona like Jennie. Maud and Minnie, Sound their praises far and wide. A Scavenger for a one-horse concern pretending to be located at Mansfield, and Canton merchant compared views the other day at follows : Runner I wish to show you seme sam ples of job print ing. J, A, Meyer J out spare, yourself the pains. Runner Why ? J. A. M. Because there are two g...

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. — 23 November 1871

Stark County Democrat. [From the Kansas City Times.] THE STORY OF A RING. Cue the Romances of the War. In the yer 1S61, a young man; then living a few miles from this city, went in to the Missouri state cuard as a soldier. At Springfield, and on the re-organization of this branch of the army, he took serv ice as a Confederate. ' Afterwards he join ed' a comcany in Col, Up. Hays'a regi ment, and oarticipated in the battle ot Tjona Jack. ". . Before leaving borne, howe verbis moth er cave him an old-lashioned cold ring. w-.uch had a henrt npon it, and the letters "U. S .' nnr-rwd uron tliii -fcesvrt She nlaeed it on lir "sou's hand"' with a wial or ratlier, a. prayer, that hf Wight g throuah the-war safely, aad .t safely hack to his home again. It is not known that aitheKthe riotr or the prayer acted as a charnChntthe young ' i i .1 L '1 I . man went unnarmeu lurougumniiy in.u-'uy finhtq henno-hit in but one. of item; the wound then proving to be only a iner scratch. . . , In 1864. th...

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. — 30 November 1871

VOLUME 38. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1871. NUMBER J25 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANHEIM LODGE L Number "- Hall Commercial O. O. P.. Meet Block. ing every Thursday renin. bs Tl r. a.a.is.rr.R.""' y KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Backer Lodge No. 11, Knights of Pythias, meet rery Friday ereninit at o'clock, in tl.elr new hall ia Uau.'s block. East Tucxewas str. ' 0. U. A. M. . ' Rssoiuno Com.cil. No. 4, O U. A. M r " " ry Friday evening at 'X.M'1"' milter's new block. B. 8. CiAKBr.lt, t 4. w.Giiaun,8ey. mayll-W ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner of Tenth and Poplar ''-. ?2dJ7 aerrioea, 10U o'clock A. M . and 1V( o'clock P. M. Busday School, o'clock P. M Thursday ere .cu; utYERTY, Beotor. STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A McGreiror Son, Publisher, and Plain and Fancy Job Priuter. Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. C. J. GEIGER, Druggist, EaatTuaearawaa street, Canton, Ohio, AMERICAN HOTEL. Hv A. L. Rothaokar, Eaat Tuscarawas atreet. Canton. Ohio. aurll7im HIRAM TIHJRSTON. Hook-Binder and Blan...

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. — 30 November 1871

ittg Jcmoqal. 1. McGREGOR, Editor. TEsas.. . 3 A TEAR, IIC ADTAICCS. THURSDAY:::: -NOVEMBER SO. THAT SUPPRESSED DISPATCH. Two weeks ago we published the dis patch of Hon. J. Twing Brooks, of Salem, to the editor of the MepStBep in which Mr. Brooks, a prominent Republican, vin dicates his fair fame from the false and groundless charges made by the Stark county leaders of the Court House Ring as to his boing the agent of the railway company during the late election cam paign, to promote the success of the Dem ocratic ticket by money and other means. This message of Mr. Brooks to the ed itor of the Rep & Rep would never have become pnblic had we not procured and published it This was two weeks ago. We had been calling upon our neighbor to publish the document but could not sue - .... J : iMminf : t Ant tTa nail nnnad UT7 14 Uianit'g - r that, as it was in the Democrat of two weeks go, our neighbor would surely muster up magnanimity sufficient to lay it before his readers last week....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 November 1871

WE HOPE. BY WILL M. CARLETON. With th sunlight, with the moonlight, with the starlight sweet and golden. Com to us a thonsand memories that are true and sweet and olden ; And we ener In the chamber of our heart ao gladly lighted. And with blooming hope we eorer all the joys that care hath blighted ; And enoonraed and rrjeicing, we (o forth npon our way. With the midnUht. with the storm cloud, with the darkness 8arcely scowling. With the rattlingof the rain-drops, and the tem pest's dreary howling. Thro' our warv hearts, in darkness, we go hal ting, stumbling, groping. While deapair ia hard upon ua, and e'en OOTera np our hoping; Ana in sadness and in alienee ior a gleam or ligbt we pray. Then we yearn and call for comfort ; but no eom . fort cornea ante u. And we wrap ourselves la aadneae, and despair goes thrilling through ua: And the dark -ess aethers round ua, with its hor rors half unspoken. And we pray saatn for auoeor, that the dreary apell be broken With the liKht of somethin...

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. — 30 November 1871

Stark County Democrat. THE LATE STORM. THE LATE STORM. Additional List of Disasters on the Lake—An Entire Crew Lost—Two Persons Frozen to Death. Port Rowan. Obt., Not. 17. The -lowing vowels wtre driven ashoreon Long Point or. Wednesday: The barce P. U Sherman rolled over on the end of the Point. The crew left the vessel in a boat and were driven out into the ". T"eT are supposed to have been lost - The Tee eel will probably be a total lots. The -schooner A. C. King .ent ashore two miles wejt o(th light, with .52,000 i bush- i.robably the cargo will be. Jhe propeller Kvergreen Vltv went asnore-eign uuira west of the light with no.cargo. The crew wre saved, but the VrsaeLi supposed to be a total low. The brig Kesolute went ashore at the light house," and will prove a total loss. Twe of the crew, one man and one woman, wer frozen to death. The balance of the crew were saved, hay ing come ashore on pieces of the wreck. The schooner Saxon was driven ashore last night and cannot be got o...

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. — 7 December 1871

VOLUME 38. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1871. NUMBER 26 She BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . MAJNIIEIM LODGE L,0. O. F., KnmbM 0S. Hall Commercial Block. Meet ings every Thursday evening. fcHail F. KEMPER,8eoy. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Buckeye Ixidre No. 11, Knight of Pythla, meet, every Friday evening et t o'clock, ill ti oir new hall in Kane's block, East Tuscarawa treet. . . $. L R. and C 8. . . ;,. O. U. A. M. : Rimniiw Cosacit No., O. U. A. M, meet r Prida evening- at ,71 ocioca, in iann miliar' new block. R.8. UARBER. C. J. W. Guut, 8ee'y. . mayll-tf ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Comer of Tenth and Poplar street. . Snnday services, 10U o'clock A. M. and 7J o'clock P. M. Buuday Bchool, S o'clock P. M. Thursday eve- ning Lecture. 7H o'clock. REV. JAS. LAVERTY, Rector. STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor A Son, Publisher, and Plain and J ancy J uo friatera, x.inpire diuvk, uinwn,uiiu. 9 . ... ,C. J. GEIGER, .'...- ,". Druggist, EastTusoerawa (treat. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTE...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 December 1871

A. MCGREGOR, Editor. its be I'EKXS.. 3 A TEAR, I Jf ADVANCE. THURSDAY::: -DECEMBER 7. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. The ensuing year will be one of interest to every citizen. Being Presidential year it will uecesiarilly involve discussion of tho deeds arid misdeeds of the Grant Ad ministration. Every citizen shouldnves tiala tlie coarse of the party in power. If - o - in accordance with Justice, Law & Eight sustain tho Grant tyranny, if otherwise assist to hurl them from power. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. For singlo copies, $2.00 per annum, m variably in advance. . Five copies for$10 and an extra copy gratis to the person getting up the club. Ten copies for $20, and two extra copies to the person sonding the club. The money, in all oases, must accompa ny the order. FREE FOR ONE MONTH! To all new subscribers, whose names are sont in at once, .we willend th DEMOCRAT FREE during the month of December. A. McGREGOR & SON. CANTON, O., Nov. 30, 1874. THE WORK BEFORE CONGRESS....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 December 1871

Local Brevities. ; Set in tlid sparerib teuon. Look out for stormy weather. Hog-killing is now rampant. There ia good skating on the ponds. Christmas comes on Monday this year Buckwhat season ia fully inaugurated. Bring in your holiday job work now. The custom of keeping in-doora is on the improve. When you pay your taxes, subscribe for the DxuecKAT for another year. Wood piles and coal heaps are dwind ling down. The champion reaper which sows the largest harvest Advertising. Organ grinders have gone into winter . quarters. Greenbacks taken on subscription atttii office. The great unknown People who never advertise. - Cleanliness and 'vaccination prevent small-pox. Winter lashions now out Cold and red I noses. I Ohio lacks twenty of having one hun dred and ten thousand dogs. Ilope to raise the twenty soon. Rabbits are running for life from death now-a-days. It is said, in.regard to newspapers, that young ladies prefer those that make the moftt bustle. Salem is to have water-works, v...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 December 1871

Stark County Democrat. Influence of Good Models. Readine the achievments of great men, . .id listening to brilliant oratorical efforts, : .tve. an elevating influence. The talent .nd culture which are displayed, striking ly contrast with our own, and stimulate us to Dew resolves and efforts, to the end that we may grow out of our littleness in to more perfect men and women. Thus it is tbat we leave a publio nail, recalling talents unimproved, opportunities lost, and precious time squandered, and reflect ing that we, too. might have held audi ences spell-bound, as has the orator of ibe evening, had we but willed it. Then fol lows the determination to commence work at once, and make-up, if possible, for lost time. The lives of great men are perpetual re. minders of what we may become, while. tbe immediate presence of those achieving greatness imparts a direct stimulus to is. When brought into contact wuh high bred persons of gentle birth, and refined, agreeable manners, we instinctive...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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