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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 September 1874

Miscellaneous. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY A HARDMONEY PARTY. Wo read in a Dt'inocnitio paper thu unconditional declaration, "The Demo cratic iiarty of tho United StiiteH is a Hard-Money purty and u Free-Trade party.' This, however, in not a fact which can bo established by tho vocifcr oua assertion of a newspaper. Its verifi cation rnunt bo nought in tho authori.ed lcclaration8 of tho party itself, inado in the recognized and uhiiu! niunner." Harper', Weekly. Without moro vociferation than U nec essary to tlio mere act of speaking out, we proceed to verify tho assertion tliat the Democratic party of tho United States is a Hard-Money party by means of "the authorized declaration of the par "ty itself, raado in tho recognized and usual manner." Tho Democratic party sprang from the loiim of the old Itcpiibliaiii purty, which died in (livino; it birth. That purty was founded by Thomas JefTerHon, in antiiK oniNm to tho Federal purty, whose leaders were John Adams und Alexander Ham ilton. Washi...

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. — 17 September 1874

fin DksmciliT la furnished to subscribers at K per year; II fur fix months; Arty cent for three rmiith.'i.luvurbuJy In advance. BvrTwtiJ-HTU, H Insure bwnion, 'f lw handed In by Wnlnclay noon. X)KiiiiMwM.M k, containing liuaruint news, solicited from all wrts of the county. Writers aame and adJri"is required on every communion iton a- a priale (.uarantce of gisxl ftlth. RATES OF ADVERTISING. o.VK WKKK. ?t Ni 1 1 1 column. :;)., ; l.rinni' two HKLI..-N '.' 1 1 1' column. '-i .: fil Oao 'tIIIIKK UEKKS. yj .vi 1 coltmi:.. 7 ill 1 1 no " INK MONTH. s :i!Xm column. 700 , " woo one " riiiax moxtiih. S SCO I 'column. . 12 ()'. " l!itolne " SIX MONTHS. 12 00 1 ' 1' eolnmu. - 10 (0 V, " i'uO imu " alic in h. Two im-li.-Thuv inch' .1 1; no loto tr. w one tii'-li. Two m Ik 'Phroe im ! HOf) 11141 1I(JU PU ltd It. rwo Iih'Ikt. Three inchi" 17 on s w OTM: llKll. Two luchea. 'Three inch.- JOIC ;uu 4liiC Imb. 'rwo ilirlM'-', T reel net m-j:. GO IdOO (') 00 IK- Irw-rj Two inch-: Throe inebo S X, 00 ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 September 1874

Business Items. AiAcvutfor 13 cents per yard at rtysart k Cara- Harm ; Ci-ASic have removed their Hating Work to 1'Iatfa building, East Tuscarawas street, whore they conUnuo to do all klnda or NlcUe, H1I or uJ Gold Hating la the fluent possible atyle. "TUHdHuatido In thosflkiraof men, which, ta ke at 111 flood. Inula oa" to Bloom fluid Brother'a lloot and Rhos Emporium, la the Opera House loc. If you doubt it tumblo In with Uio tide and 'woonvlnocd. Au; tlio bin styles tn Tycoon Reps ' Dyiart 1 'macron's. SOLES SAVED. Judging from Uio many dray loads of aole leath er, rooulvod by Y. B. nano, oppoiito us, we would think few sole aro saved. No wonder, ao many loci to wear them out no sella great quantities rtf.lt Ti awoot to know that In thla worldorcaro and I rouble, there la a place where boots and ahoei can lj bought without fear, that will give perfect aat btfacUon and comfort to every ono. That place la I '.loom Sold Bro's, Opera Block. DTaaar A CiHBSOM'a, No. 28 South Market 8t,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 September 1874

Poetry. THE PAUPER'S DRIVE. BY THOMAS NORI., There' a piu one horse henr In a Jolly round trot. To the churchyard iwr Is going, I wot; TV) road U isnaigh.anil heerseliasiMiapriiigs; Asdbark In thedlrgu which the nul driver sings: Rattle tils Isiim over tho stones I lie s only "UT, whom nobody owns I O, where mi Oio mourners? Abu I there are He has left no a gap In thfl world now he' gone Not a Mr in U- rye of child, woman, or niuu; To (be grave with his cana. as fast you cn : Rattle hU bones over the stones I ilea only a pauper, whom nobody own I What Jnl'lns uil creaking, and tplashlng and The wfalpbuw U crack and tho wheels how they How XnIiirt, riifbt and left, o'er Oio hedges U Tr pauper at length makes a noise In tho world ! KatUc his boned over tho torn I He's only a Uier, w hoiu nobody owns ! ror pauper defunct I he hosmado immcapproach To gentility, now Unit he's stretched In a coach ! He's taking a drive in his carriage al lift: Hot It will not be long, if he goes on so fus...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 September 1874

Poetry. DEATH OF GAUDENTIUS. fcfore Vespasian's regal throne. hkillful Gauilenllu stood, "Build me," Uie haughty monarch cried, "A theatre for blood. I know Uiou'rt skilled In muon'i work, Thine Is Uie power u fraiuu - Rome's Collseuin, vast and wide. An honor lu thy gtme. "Over seven acre spread thy wort, , And by Uio Gods ut Konie, Thou shall hereatter by my aldo Have Uiy resplendent home. 'Acltlienof Roman rights, Bllver and golden store, These Khali ho thine; let Christian blood But Ham Uie niarblo Boor." Mo kmc the Amphitheatre, Tower and arch and tier; There dawned a day when martyrs Mood W iUiln that ring nf fear, Out strong their quenchless trust In God, And strung their human love; Their eyes of faith undlmmed were fixed On temples far above. And thousands gated In brutal Joy, To watch the Christiana die, But one beside Vespasian leaned A strange light in his eye. What thoughu welled up within his breast, As on that group he gated! What gleams of holy light from heaven, Upo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 September 1874

SPECIAL NOTICES. A CARD. A CIcrFyinaii, while reading In America, a nisMinary. discovered a i'e snd simple rem cay fiirUieeureof Nervous weakliest. Early lai eav liea"f U10 I rluary m J hemlual Organs, auithe whole train of disorders brought on by ,-,.-,,..1 nj yicloiM habile lirval numbers have asi cured by Uns noble remedy. Prompted by a kMitttu bouciil the aillliU-d and unfonuuate. I Till -ud Uiu recel it lor prelum mid limine this li.:lno, lu a scaled envelop, " ""'';. MAX, HoUo4i l, I.iomi liouno. New urk Lily. July 174-w- r.l CTiO.V. 'FARHERS riM TiK IMPERIAL PLO In buytag their Share should aw that uie . , 1. i n men share ri e are Infi DnlieU toil certain varticsare making lie "n. Tu"prTr the farmer .( 1.,. nU Ininosillon. wo ' ew to injuring our " r -: - caxt huh .iiirinKJ;-- ... lotion A UH-Sh.r. .u Jeet Uierlv o they law. jui M. 74 tf. uiluui. t CO. MANHOOD: HOW LOST OH' STOKED. ... . iiiiAHArtB cxl- rata twithaut medicine) of Spcrmalurrhra or ttunal Weakness, Involuntary...

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. — 24 September 1874

VOL. 41. NO. 1G. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 24, 18T4. A. NcGREGOR & SON, Huusners. POLITICAL. DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION AT COLUMBUS. SPEECHES OF GOVERNOR ALLEN AND HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON—LETTER FROM GENERAL THOMAS EWING-THE REMARKS GENERAL THOMAS EWING-THE REMARKS OF SAMUEL F. CARY. GENERAL MORGAN AND OTHERS. [CONCLUDED.] In 1HG6 the price of com in 1150 per bushel; the price of wheat wasW per bushel. In 1873 tho , price of oom iu 75ceiiU bushel; tha price of wheat II 25 a bushel. The bond remains the same. The private debt remains the same. But it re quires bow elglrtj bushclaof wheat topay abond or note of 1HW, while It required juiily forty bush - els to pay t Ui (hod. DouttJauluiluf wheat rb-, quire lew labor, less plowing, 1cm land to raise it nowt Labor U cheapened, capital is made more valuable, and hence this distress. Now.wlty tatlils? What prompts o policy whloh thun6luf Tuk return' ituniedlalely to specie payment. Is the end worthy the sacrifice T Arc imrnj Uato specie p...

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. — 24 September 1874

Select Miscellany. Select Miscellany. THE POETS AT PLAY. Nil, I l.o v. iy i:i.ju.-t !' no! v;.!ut',n v.lu o u;;n w 1 ..-: '.v., in ! pin- rredit c.r : i.:tUin- li:o i:;;r.te:s v.!t teiii;.'): iho ui'Li'V-. I'.iv It w. (ins .. Tii the .hi.-,! :r..l ... iirl tliKIO vie rri'm-l ! cum oui t i' dI llic clK.ii t morn-h Iron L!ie elll k'lll W,-;.'' h.-liim IIS! There :irc poof who never wi!li ,l.. . .... rl..vc lino I1.':lllll.' niil'llt 1 "t-'iy Vt' boon thought w of the ko eurelu ............1 li.tln n.nli.-iiiill: but ul. so Ml' .into tlmliiiui imluinjf in the repetition of some verse wtiuft ho aok.now.inyu ..( ,,l tki. miul Ut-i 1 1 ill II t. ill HI rl I't loll but favorites, beoauHO they hud miiiim-iI tlie irkwimo nwtraintor mem. euupuuu in a pre:tt house: -Oh !biul I but a little hut. That I might hide my htad In ; , Where noror guest might dure molest Unwelcome or forbidden I'd rake the okea of other (ollu. And mine ihouid he i succeed 't in ; Nor would I chide a little pride, Nor h...

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. — 24 September 1874

Variety. WHITE WITCHES—A CURIOUS INCIDENT. CIDEST. Wo have rocuivrxl from an uminont American jurist the following intcretiting aurrative: Near the clone of tlio seventeuth rntu ry tlwt renowned judo's. Mir Jolin Holt, . Lord Chief Jtwtice of KiikUiiuI, esteemed by hU contemporaricM, un well aa by men iaiter-aKCH, uh an embodiment both of tbo law and of juHtice, was preKidiiijj at the antiize, held in and for his nutive county of Oxford. A decrepit old wo man wart put on trial, charged with the (Time of witchcraft. The history of the aM, the oU'uiiho of which the prisoner was alleged to be guilty, were laid before the jury by the Attorney-General prose cuting for the Crown. The Chief Justice tktteued to the opeuing of the case with nnurtuul earn outness, for there wart recall ed to Ilia memory a curious incident con nected with hiH own early life. When a etudeutatthc Uuivoraity of Oxford hU habitrt were wild and irregular, and he gave no promise of hia great future cmi nentre. In co...

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. — 24 September 1874

Th 1 DemocT to furnished to subscribers M ! per year; 1 tat alx month; efty ceuU for three months, luvaiiably In advance. Advebtlkm KHTTt, to Insure luaeitiou, must be banded In by Wednesday noon. Cobbesi'oni.skci!, containing Important new, elicited from all parts of the county. Writers name and addnwsrrcqulred on every communlca ti,u as a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON It WBKK. It N) I V column, . (! S " 1 50 1 One " TWO WKKK8. 12 00 IK column. One Inch. Two Inches, Three inches f 6 01 10UO IS 00 One Inch. Two inches. Three inches. f 900 Hill JO 00 401) 000 One TllltKB WBBKS. 12 50 V column. One Inch, Two inchea, Three Inches, 112 00 17(H) 25 00 6O11 7 SO I One ONH MONTH. Onelnch. Two inches, l'hree Inchon V. column. One " - IIS 00 20 on 30 00 701) 1000 TllltKH MONTHS. I 8 M) I K column, . 121) H " IS 00 1 One " Hit MOMT118. line Inch, Two Inches, Three Inches, ftSOO 40110 66 00 On Inch. Two Inched; Three Inches, 12 00Kcolnmu, I KiOO tall HO UK) (JO - iu...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 September 1874

Business Items. . W. II. ESSIO t SON, f Wholesale and retail dealers In General Hardware ioiitheal corner of Public Square. Persons desir ing to pun haN) hardware, will do well to call and hi our assorted it ck before purchasing else where, as we hare a large stock of Nails, Glass, Doors, Sssh, Locks, Ulnge,PalnO,011,VaniUhc, Bnuhea, 4c, Wo also have a large atock of Iron, WbeeU, Springs, Axles, 4c. A too. Platform Stale, Cora Shelters, Moat Choppers, 4c. , (lire us a call and we will guarantee satisfaction. W. H. ELSIG& SON. WVKTIl'i C0MPRKKD QUININE LoZENtlERS, su perior to Sugar Coated Pills, at the Eagle Drug Court House. Johnson 4 Co., Pharmacists. Don't allow your horses to suffer with Injured feet T. P. McGlnlty, of the Now York Horse shoeing Shop, on Ea.it Hirth street, la a practical ahoer of large experience and warrants all bis work well done. Particular attention paid to shooing homos with diseased feet Mr. McUlnlty uses a Urge variety of shoes, and la prepared to su...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 September 1874

Poetry. THE VANITY OF HUMAN WISHES. BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON. Liobrvatiou, wilh extensive view, himy mankind iron! China to Peru : Hctuax k Prtch aniluua lull, eueh eaavr strife, auid watch Uiobiiy serin of crowded Hie: Then say buw hope and lear, Wre au il hate. O error. d wilh Mium Uie clouded niase uf fat;. Where wavering nutu, betrayed by virtuous prido, lb tread th dreary poll w iiboul a RU'do. M trowheniuii plis-nuuus in the uiwt deludo. Shuns laucied iiKorcii.-erf airy good. How rarely nw guiilca the stubborn choice Ruk tbe bold haud, or prompt Iho suppliant llow uaiwus link, bv darling scheme opprest, When vcugeanco Uuem tolhe fa s request. Pate wings wilh every wish Uie afflictive dart, Kmch rift of nature, and each grade ot art ; Wilh Ltl bent Impetuous courage glows, WlUi fctalswtiisi elocution lluws, , lespwuhiaeotstous thospeaket's powerful breath, KvAtmUati lire precipitate oil death. ' The needy traveler, serene and gar. Walks the wild heath, mid sings his luil away, (io...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 September 1874

Variety. A STRUGGLE IN THE MOUNTAINS —HOW A PANTHER TACKLED AN AND HOW THE PANTHER WAS KILLED. A t'onv.-'ikj.'i.lu.t M;i.iJs Hit! iollowiiii; very tlrillm;; umaiiit, of u (lojivr.ito s!tu:.''1o wi:!i u uianiinotli cuUiiuouni in liicfiiiuo Mountains, uUtut hjviii miks ironi 1'oai.hirultville, o;i tliu extreme northern edo t,l' Albany tnwiuiltip. lie ayn : ''I have jut-L learned thu purlit:ii larMof an encounter luul on the moiin tuirtH on Wednesday evenino;of this wt-ok which lias canned a great di al ol talk in IbiflBoction. For wwkit p;uaH!ople com ing down or crowing tho hilirt have re ported at various lime having Been a targe wild animal, and others an having heard deep prowU and Htraiigo noiseti at certain hours of the night. A former along tho bawi of thu hills, named Kim r'enwining, lout two young calve and an entire litter of young pigs in the short space of eight days, and he attribute the kins to tho iucurHon of thin itraiigo aiii laal. Thefio reports came to tho earn of R...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 September 1874

SPECIAL NOTICES. A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing ! 8.mih Amer,' as t mw-mary. discovered a sale and i"M'le eTuTcufreof Nm.Wk". tu'.'L'. DUeasc 01 the I'rinary and .N-n.,nal inrays. LTdthe v.h.le train of disorders brought ou b &tfu".nd vicious habits, (ircut hv. been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by re Tls-uciil the .Hinted J " ' '''' will send Uic receipt lot preparing and " ' ' "inc. in .scuta cnvc!",. '? "." 't N tracts It, t" Adores. J M ' MAN, htailon 1), Bible House. -New Wk -' tulvJTj-lilit. - CAUTION. rAKHMx iisixo the imperial plo in-Sly' their Shares should M3 InrKKiAL is t on every ha. " , '"h" thalceruln panic-are making Xmuhin Willi a view to injuring our t'l b,v 1' assesses? SInLvSuin Anyt.nouliwUi name in aZeT ioXhh u Share subject Jicuilvc. to MANHOOD: HOW LOST IIOW RE- - Just published, new edition of - " Jr ifvESM CKLEIWATED ESSAY on Uie jroJi 1 iwtthaul medicine) of Difmalanlum or ISU Involuntary ticmlna Lrs.es. iXdirlllnUulgenJeorKxualexlr.vaganco,...

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. — 1 October 1874

... I ( V r - r .1-1 J. .aw V0L.iOrN0.16; I CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 1, 1874. a.-McGregor & son, lutein. .! ... .. V - V jm 1 v m The Democrat. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY RESPONSIBLE. ..SPONSIBLE., ,. A, correspondent in the N,. Y Jri bune - who, as an American' citizen, declares for a Republicaa foim of government. Vrlirv in n rporvprl riaht nf tVi ............ ... ..... ............. -d . ....... : .1.. i:t .. .r iiccuuiii u.e..uiy.i H.n, and tree' assemblage. &c, thus argue, The question is put,, Who is responsi. Ki tn. ill thu irnuhl ? Wh An k.,V IUI . ..... uu nu ifiui and nrHrr nrcvall in t nnioi. h"i " ' r the door of the ReDublican n.irtv thev. and jtiey only,, are tesponsibleifot' this. Some pay Gen-: Granl is the cause. Is 1 not-GrW the representative of the Re publican party ? Was he not put in power by The Republican party i Was 1 1 ' ' ---t-"". f"' ' ' not the Republican party cognizant of the fact at the close of Grant's first term mat ne was unni, incompetent, ana in-1...

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. — 1 October 1874

Poery. THE TRAMP. BY LON HODING. On a mom In dreary winter came a wc.rn mil r printer, With hit bundle on a splinter O er his Wi; Trafelnalned, he w" "1 newly For the printing office steering Till within the dour appearing W here he bowed. Ipoke, Saying. In voice u solemn As. gratis Builiu column gj.. In jour city I'm stranger, lhuity, seeily u a UraiiKor For I slumbered la the mJnJJtnl 1 detlre a small donation And.e-ytra.-poruti Boatf I tried to work my passage, Molng frelKhl and rough aittreiaiage- '"""""nry and poor But they (bund I were printer judthe, hurtled Then 1 "wily recollected I4v when printers o respected For their skill. Now I'm ejected Fore nd aft, Just because w" haveby drliiking get the steawbuatuieu to linking All the craft. Thu do workmen suffer By the vice of the loafer, Tul indeed whene'er 1 go . t Lest another's Imposition Throws on me a foul 8Uanj dr,nk Deeply does It wound and grive me i When a man will not believe me, Bui. dear sir, if you will l, I will, b...

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. — 1 October 1874

Variety. MY BOOKS. BY JOHN G. BAXE. Ahl well I love then bookj of mine Thaj stand so trtinly on their shelves, With here and there a broken line, (Fat "quarto" jostling mode "twelve") A curious company, I own: The poorest ranking with their betters: Id brief thing almost unknown A Pure Democracy of Letter. 1 motley gathering re they; Some fairly worth their weight In gold; Jom Juat too rood to throw away: Booiescsxcely worth the place the bold; . Yet well I love them, one nd all, 1 These friends so meek sad unobtrusive, Who sever fell to come at oal), j Nur (If I acold them) turn abusive! If 1 hare favorite here and there, And, Uke monarch, pick and choose, . 1 never meet n angry ttare That Vtit I take and that refuse; ' No discord rls my auul to Tea Among these peaceful book relation), Nor envious aUife of age or ass I To mar 017 quiet lucubration. .And they have sttU another merit, , Which otherwhere one vainly seeks, . What' may be an author's spirit, He never uninvited speaks; A...

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. — 1 October 1874

Tm Duocut U furnUhed tosubsciibers at ti per yv; l f" U oiynlhie, " f",u ADVWifMF-Nl. Inure inwrtion, wl be Udii la j V lneUy nojnN ff Corj!Ut.-', containing rroportam e, solicited from all pru of the county. Writer name and addre:m,ulred on every communica tion as a private guarantee of gooa miui RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch, Two iiK-hea. i Three inches 1 SO I column, . 1 4 411 One " ' . , ,1(100 i 1 1400 TWO WEK, . 1 r.' tm 1 14 column, uo I one ." v One Inch, Two imthes, Three Uahes, . I too . HU0 '4)00 .' e fine rnrh. 12 M , $00 7 column, ' one "rr 112 00 11 UO Two Itichee Tbm Inches,. ONI MONTH. One Inch. ' ' Two InchM. ' f 190 1 Ucoinmn, , . 7 00 " 1000Oue " , tisoo . 3)0U 80 00 Three luchea THHEJ MONTHS. t 8 00 y. column, 15 UO I One " One Inch, Two inches, . Three inc-hes, )i 6ft 00 SIX MONTHS. $12 00 1 column, woo H '' J&OO One " One Inch, Two Inches; Three Inch, ' I 85 00 60 00 '10000 ONI YKAR. One Inch, 11 8 00 1 U celuma, Two Inches, 2fn0 " Three iucuefc 80 00 One ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 October 1874

Business Items. Ladies, call at Dysart and Cameron's, and oar word for it, tou wlU be deUghfcd with (their Now i'allOooue.l Vi K i (I ): i Yon riSTec See a gluobM meUttihoiy.mpejr, who buyi Boon and Shoes at Bloomfleld Bru'a. For all who buy from them are happy, and always wear a .emllo. . . " 1 '- i I i i Ir you want to leeoneof the finest displaye of Ladles' and. Mlweea' Felt Skirts in the city, call at Dysart-& CameWs,' No. M South' Barks' street .... .' Dy&AsT fc Camibqn are daily receiving all the Novelties la Fall styleaof Dn sOuods, which they are telling very low. t; - 7T :!",! . What care I for Winter or Summer, Autumn or Spring, It Ii all one and the tame so long as Bobta and Bboea can be purchased so satisfactorily at Bloomfleldi Brrfia La the Opera House block-) VALLEY RAILWAY. Ata recent meeting of the Directors of this road Hon. Reuben Hitchcock resigned hli position, a 'President on account ef 111 health, and D. L. King, of Akron, Vice President, was chosen to...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 October 1874

Poetry. MAGICAL ISLEIN THE RIVER OF TIME. Tfcrre'a a mxftcmJ Isle in the rivT at Time, Whose soIIm of srphyrs straying And the air is as sweet as a musical chime, , Or OweiqmiUl breath of a 0pll clime ; When June with Ilia roses ii staying. 4i there Memory dwelli with bar pile goldea hue, And music forever ii flowing: While the low murmured tune, which come tremblingly through Badly trouble the heart, and yet sweeten It, loo, As South Winds o'er waters, when blowing. There an shadowy haJIs In this fsJry-Uke Uie -( IV here pictures of beauty are gleaming; Tet the light of their eyes, and their sunny (mile Only flash 'round the heart with a wUdering wile, ' And leave us, to know 'Us but dreaming. And the name of the Isle U "The Beautiful Put," And we bury our treasures there; There are beings of beauty, too lovely to latfc There are boauaui of anow w IU the dust q'er them I cart) i i i . ! i i i ,. ' I There art tresses and rlngleta of half, j j ; j J There are Iragrocnta of song only...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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