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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

THE STARK QOUmY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THIJRSDA Y, OCTOBER. 221874. 3 (CONCLUDED FROM SECOND PAGE.) i i eastern mechanic would have scornfully rejected, were not a i;i rt of tlio eit-torn -.iuitflrH' recollecti'iii. iiul tlie hoisting jforks and machinery ol the Ji ming btar Tunnel company" wus the "Maz ing Btar Tunnel coiiipany," whose "gen mauly HUperimeiidi'iit" hint ntceiywl private iuutructioim from San Fruiii-uu-o to do the "projMjr thing" fur tlie party. Wherefore the vahuolo heaps of ore in the company's works were ho.i, the ohlong bars of gold, ready for shipment, were playfully ottered to the ladien who could lift and carry them away unaided, and even the tunnel itaelf, gloomy, fate ful, and peculiar, was shown as part of the experience; ana, in me nouie lan guage of one correttpondent, "the wealth of live Forks and the peculiar induce ments that it offered to eastern capital ists" were established beyond a doubt. And then occurred a little incident which, as an unbiased specta...

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. — 22 October 1874

IHE S7 AK BOUNTY DEM OCR A, CAN! ON, THURSDAY, OCT OBER 22, 1874. T dmocbat ta furnished tontb crlber at pe, ,er, 1 ,l ti months; nfty oaul w nonth. Invariably ta advance. Advkhtwrkkkt, to t. Insertion. - banded In by Wedueaday noon. .oteTf- U pert, of th. county. Writer. OoKReroNDWCi, eon-inim . .,,,1 lihlma reuulreu on 7 I don u a private guarantee of good nvllh. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON It WKHK. JIM IV column, Inch, liu la, tlnche 0C 10 00 16 00 - 30U 460 I one TWO WKKKB. tl 00 1 V column. 4 00 !? " e0uOue " TIIKKK V.KKK8. SO I X column. ime Inch, Two inches. Three luclie, 00 14 00 20 00 One Inch, Two Inches, Three luche. IIJOO 17 00 500 K 7 50 1 One 36 00 ONS MONTH. I 9 SO I'i column, . 7U)h? " 10uuOue " THKKI MONTHS. t a 00 1 V. column, . woo " 1600 1 One " SIX MONTHS. 112 00 1 Vi column, - 1000 U? " uo I One ONI YBAR. 1H 00 1 i column, tpy ;; 30 OU I One " One Inch. Two incnes, Three luclie 11600 20 00 80 00 One inch, Two Indie, Three inche, wsoo 66 00 On Inch. Two inches; Thr...

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. — 22 October 1874

THE STARK COUMY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY OCTOBER 22:1874- Business Items. lt fine perfumery in the market, Hoyt's lunu Cologne. Simple botUai twenty-live ems at the Kagle block drug store. Sao. A. WiNTisHAi.TM't Kmposlum of Fashion 1 Hocked with a complete lot of naw and elegant food. OWe Mm a call. BiAtmrUL beaded Jet trimmings, lha newest and handso meat thing of the kind in the market For lale by George A. Winterhalter, No. IT South wait tide Poplar square. Brmaws tell which way the wind blows, and the premiums awarded at the fair, together with the great popularity of the establishment, tell plainly that Uluomlield Bro's is the place to secure flu and bargains In boots, shoes AO. Th 1 late arrival of millinery and fancy good at Wlnterhalter's are the finest and most beautl ul ever brought to Canton. Everything la new and complete, and customers cannot fall to satisfy themselves by calling at No. 17 South Public square. John P. Rax has received a lull aud complete Roe or the fi...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

THE SIARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, tANTON THUSDA Y) QC7 OMR 2874. Poetry. TO ANY DESPONDING GENIUS. BY ALICE CAREY. Kke tbU r granted; ouee for all; I btfkr Is neither chani-e nor fate. And 10 tit and wii lor the ky to Ml, 1 lo wall as Uie foolish ait. no Uurel. Jnnifvd for. yuu must euru- II ia uul of Uie Uiinga nun lend, And though Uie !' h'a "" The moiier Uie better, luy fricud. rb'atanother's head can nave your crown la a judgment all untrue. And to dniK Uii. man or the other down, Mil not iu Uie leant taiae you. For In spite of your demur, or mint), The gouwllUiilllw Uie gods, K1 , And Uie rk of geuius outshlue The touchwood, by all odd! ' Be careful, careful, careful work to do, Though it c of ReC'lew , The prnm even of Uie Review, Will hardly "and Instead. ' Ho light that through Uie axe. nhiue Tuworlhli work belongs Men dig : In Uiouglil aa they dig In mine, Kor the jewei of Uieir songs. A fresco painter in ceiling wrought. With eyelid drained, 'lis said. Till he could read of the l...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

THE S7 ARKS. CO UN7YBEM0CRA T, ' CANTON, THURSDAK OCTOBER 12874. V. Poetry. SONGS BY THE LATE BRYAN WALLER SONGS BY THE LATE BRYAN WALLER PROCTOR. (We print below two of Mr. Proctor1! King The "King of Death" waa very popular In its day, and Fry and It u the opening chorua of bU opera "Leoaora. J KING OF DEATH. Itng Death waa a rare old fellow I He sat where no nun could shine; ' lad he lilted his hand so yellow, And poured out hla coal-black wine. 1 H urrah I for the coal-black wine! ore came to him many a maiden, Whoae cyea had forgot to shine ; lad widows, with grief o'erladen, for a draught of hia Bleepy wine. Hurrah I for the coal-black wine I Ttt Scholar left all hi learning ; The l'uet hla fancied woea; i ad the Beauty her bloom returning, kike life to the fading row. 11 urrah I for the coal-black wine I A came to the royal old fellow, Who laughed till hlaeyea dropped brine, lad gave them hia hand ao yellow, And pledged them in Death's black wlnet Hurrah I Hurrah! Hurrah! fur...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

THE S7A RK CO UNTY' DEM OCR A T, (SAN TON, THURSDAY 'OCTOBER 22,1874 8 SPECIAL NOTICES. A CARD. k Cterimnen, while residing In South Amsrloi, Eture of Nervous Weakness, tarly Iw uLSIe Jf U Crinaryand Seminal Omans, ES&eTSoie train of disorders brought oi. by ffiJJ virlou. habits. (lrv.l u.U-rs have Zn cured by ihu noble remedy. Pn.inin.-d by a iEire vTu-uent Uie aUlleled and unlorlunale, 1 11 ml uTreceipt for preparing and using this dM U .swA" eiive,, U. ... . . Zxl It. V V ( Wo. Address Jtfc-bl II 1. 1H En Station Bible House, New York City. iulyH-mS- MANHOOD: HOW LOST UOW RE-STORED. W Juit published, a new edition of P. CI L JTvKK'aCELiSMHATED ESSAY on i the rmil saTrir iwlthaut medicine) of tysrswton-Am or tnliial Weakness, involuntary Seinina Losses, lauina also Ummmwis EpilVV end Mt in duced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance, In a sealed envelope, only six cent. TbVoelebrated author In O.Ui admirable fcay Jkarlv demonstrates, from Uiirty years' succwslul wtlce,tiia...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 October 1874

1 , V tmmi CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 29, 18T4. a. McGregor & son, VOL. 41. NO. 21. M The Democrat. VomArnim is on trial at Beilin. Later mews says he was to be released yester day on account of his health. The Turks in Montenegrin are mur dering the Christians who have fled to the mountains. This occurs scmi-fre- qnently. What-are European govern cnts about? Dr. Jenner, Superintendent of the Ohio Orphans" Home, was accused of improper intimacy with the female in- mates of the institution. The Trustees an examination and found the Doc- tor guilty of some of the charges, but nothing of a criminal character. Jenner has resigned. Doctor FoLLofficial returns of the late state elec- tioninOhio,howthat1,38.4o6voteswere east for William Bell, uemocrat.ior sec- retaryof state; 221,204 votes for Allen T. Wikoff, Republican, and 7,81$ for lohn R. Buchtel. Prohibitionist, for the same position. Bell's official majority over Wikoff is 17,202. high? How is that for Cleveland On Tuesday last, the ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 October 1874

THE STARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. Poetry. SUMMER'S DONE. Hong the wavslde nl Bthe hills. The golden riitl names irl Uie suii; The blue-eved gentian nods goodby To the sad llltlB brooks thai run; tnd nomiuitiit'r done, Mid I. bummer's done! In yellowing woods the chestnut drop. The isiiiirrel ge galore, Thmurh br.ulu eyed lails and little mtldi Unit him of half III More; And so summer's o'er, said 1, toummcr o'er. 'r The maple In the swamp begins Til tin 11 11 1 ill gold and red. And In the elm the lire-bird's neat Swings empty overhead: And so summer's dead, said I, bummer's dead. The barberrv hangs her Jewels out, And guards lln iii with thuriil The merry fanner Ixiya cut down The poor, old dried up mm; And so summer's gone, said 1, Hummer's gone. The swallows and the bobolinks Are "iie this many day. But in the morning still you hear The scolding. swaggering jay. And an summer's away said 1, Hummer's away. ul glory rl And big and bright is the mini A l...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 October 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON rTHURSD A Y; OCTOBER 29.-1874.'- J ODDS AND ENDS. (. . Man can but work; Ood can create; But those who work, and watch, and wait, ' Have their reward though it com late. The Unit daguerrotype was made In France In is. Yon mutt not make game of these blrdi on la dles' hat. Why doesn't somebody make a "statement" about something to liven things tip?" Talk about drainage, the surest drain on a farm to a mortgage at a high rale of Interest Ladies hould bear In mind that a second leave taking confuse the clear echo of the Unit Old lac- appear to be as much prlied and ought after as in the days of Queen Ann. Worldly friendships are like coffee grounds; the oftener they are drawn upon the weaker they grow. Beets should be dried two or three hours in the sun before storing, They will be crisp and sweet If kept in a barrel of sand. There are six thousand homeopathic physic-lam In the United States and nlue colleges which ad vance their principles of Instruct...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 October 1874

7HE S7 ARK s-OUNTY DEMOCRAT, CAN! ON, THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 29, 1874. Tut Dutooat la ftinUawd kbacrlber at U per year. II for tlx month.; any own lor threa nn tin. Invariably In adtanc. AovxaTisiuuKre. to Inaur. tMertloQ. "4 bo baiulvd In by Wednesday ..m.d!ici. containing important new.1 h.,m ill una of Utt county. Wrlten name and addreat required on every communlea- Uou a. a private guarantee of good num. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONK WKKK. Jl Ml W column. Onemh, Two Inchea, Three iucbea 1100 10 00 14(10 Jill Una TWO WKKK8. t2 0OW column, - 4iwh? " tuoOua " TI1KKK WEKKS. f.' 50 I W column, 6i " 7S0Oa " - ONK MONTH, f 8 SO I VK column, - 7 uo 4 " 10 uu I One " THHKK MONTHS. I 8001 'column. - WMU " 151lu0ue " - MX MONTHS. Ill 00 W column, 10 oil K " uo I Une une Inch, Twoiiichea, Three Inches I 100 MOO ajoo One Inch, Two Inches, Three Inches, 11200 17 00 25 00 One Inch. Two Inches, Three tuchet lis 00 woo mm One Inch, Two inchea, Three Incut, t.soo 4000 66 00 One Inch, Two inches; Thru: I ...

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. — 29 October 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEM OCR A T, CANTON, THURSDA Y OCTOBER 29, 1874. Business Items. Kkny people with aching feet, work bard alt ea, and reUre at nbjhl to ' , .. , . , - , "Ooodreet, j ' I ' 1 ' 'Aa wretches have o'er uight I Wnowaketoeiecuilon in Uie morn, vsen all Uib turture might easily be evaded by awchaalng eaty and comfortably tilting boot and ekea bum liloonitlold Ilrotliere, Opera lluu&e. TREES, TREES. Ten can get nice fruit trees, of beat quality, from Bunon Kupert, Loulavllle, O., alter Noveia tat 1st. Olre me a trial WANTED— Vurworrbur good girls, to learn dresamaklng. Call at No.il Tenth street, between Market aud IDA ORDEAN. BLOOMFIELD BROTHERS. f tie Opera Home boot and ahoe store, took the lr premium at the Btark County Fair for cue torn work. They sell none but the best or every aMng they deal In. If you have lender feet, and want comfortable boot! or shoes, call ou them. Agents Wanted. fwenty-Bte or Thirty good lady agenla wanted to canvass for the Levigated Tolle...

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. — 29 October 1874

a i. , m rr s r i t r T r r it " ' s-cr r r- rt 7 A 57 A C0UN1 Y VJuUULKA J , Liiv i ujv, J nuKZJji r, ulj upuK2gl 1x74. Poetry. INDIAN SUMMER. The maple leaves are thinning. The bram-he showing bare. Anil Indian Summer's spinning Her web in quiet air. The warp la nia.le of Mitillnlil. lb t wn.unlitol ha.le: The shades grow ever darker, The sunbeams ever la.le. The shadows nattier quicker, Anil ilarkno lingers lung. Till silviit winter lallelh, And silent ia niy atni(. INDIAN SUMMER. Select Miscellany. THOUGHTS ON AGRICULTURE. Senator Thurman Before the Maryland Agricultural Association—Ancient and Modern Culture of the Earth. BALTIMORE, Md., October 8. Senator Thimmin, of Ohio, delivered an address at the sUite fair, at l'inilico, to-day, before the Maryland Agricultural and Mechaniral awiHitition. There were about 5,000 persons present. Upon being introdui'ed Sir. Thuriimn spoke substan tially as follows: To speak of the iinpnrtaiii'e of agricul ture would be as superfluous as to ...

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. — 29 October 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, 1874. U0SS1P-VARIF.TY AND NE-lVfi. . - 1 r-r -1 There's nothing we read of In torture' Inventions, well-meaning fool with the beat of Inten-riloiK. " " ' Josh Billings says: , "Lire It full of kare and trubble. I W hether yu go II (ingle or dubble." jjid Noah's bees keep the archives. tn Paraguay girls are not allowed to chew tobacco till they are 13. Every lawyer knows that where there is a will there is a way to break it. : Why is the root ot fhe tongue like a dejected man? Because is down in the mouth Bashfulness is often like the plating on spoons when it wears off it shows the brass. Girls named Mary are the most amia ble, because they are the most easily Molly-fied. ' We send to our butcher for a sweet bread, and if we want a sweetmeat we send to our baker. , Those engaged in the flouring mill business do not make good politicians. They are too apt to bolt. A Connecticut town boasts of a young man so timid that he cannot ...

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. — 29 October 1874

7. V.J .'U: xv THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. CANTON. 1HURSDA Yt OCTOBER 29, 1874. 3 SPECIAL NOTICES. FIFTH AND LAST GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF THE Public Library of Kentucky. A CARD TO THE PURUC. Tbe management have determined to have Uie trawlix of Ihe Fifth and Last Gift Concert of the eMi. l.lbrr of Kentucky, on ih SOlh day of ovember next, We believe now that all the ajtk.is will be sold, and thatthe drawing will be fall one, but whether all r told or not the thawing wUl come off on iheilar appointed. Tb special object of this card Is to call a meet bag of tbeUcketholderset Public Ubrarjr Hall, a the Wh of Nofember, to make arrangement k connection with the committee appointed by Ike Trustee to superintend the the counting of the tat? reprewnUng the numberof Uckeu sold. While after le no actual necessity for the presence of ttketholders, as under our arrangemento the In terests of all are equally cared for, jet at the sam tfsa I would greatly prefer that as many of those katerrsted a c...

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. — 5 November 1874

v i i b a v VOL. 41. NO. 22. CANTON, OtilO, NOVEMBER 5, 18H. . McGregor & son, luuusnm MASSACHUSETTS. J) fit MASSACHUSETTS. Carried by the Democrats. Eight Democratic Congressmen Elected. BUTLER BEATEN ! THREE AND PROBABLY FIVE DEMOCRATIC THREE AND PROBABLY FIVE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMEN GAINED----BANKS HAS FIVE THOUSAMD MAJORITY —THREE DISTRICTS DOUBTFUL. BANKS ELECTED BY A LARGE MAJORITY OVER THE RING CANDIDATE. .Boston, Novcmbe' 2. Banks' major ity is estimated by his friends now at fsllv S.000 in the fiith district over Gdv.li, who had a majority in 1872 of 4,459, Kixtv-three towns eive Talbot 15,442 and Gatton 14,080. Last year the vote in these towns was 12.;78, Gaston 7,355 Worsester. Worcester gives Gaston Democrat, for Governor, 4,010; Tabot, Renublican. 1.C76. Boston. Henry L Pierce, Rcpnblican, is elected in the third district by a major it of 1.712. with his own ward -to hear j from. THE CONGRESSIONAL SITUATION is summed ud to this hour, 8 P. M. as fol lows bv the ReDub...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

THE SI ARK COUNTY DEM OCR A T, lANTON, 1HURSDA Y, NOVEMBER 5, 18ft - Poetry. THE TRUE COIN. BY MRS. M. F. BUTTS. And lluiHith I HIV' all ,,,y g.rf l.i feed tin pec. .ndhtt.i 101 -l.-rity X n. Two oilxnms came l cA-Uv K"1' A unit-l. ki-l iul liarrvil; Th. y iiid awesry. r It wa. late. Ami Ua-lr Jmiriivy had Iwen Imrd. Two iiilxriin. I ' y.'iall iiuliifo. For one iili liauBlny uili-n, Ami kiuuly u-l !' i'l "1 and diu Tim tilde irii ol groin.. . The urwn thai bor.i.rv.t the cat!e gate ;- The oilier, ui.fk and leaned by a pillar. tvi-iunf '"" Worthy Ui enter In. The W.nlor .. to the ciwile ffjle- And liU "nice eold and hard : Only the rii h can enter here. And he ftat leaneth by the castle gate bank down a if to die. ..ii-.. Warih-r la irolil," and I nd the gold poured out And rolled on the lrll or Nothing i lacking, unbar the gaUi, UnliH it aim ic-i u i""- . The Warder anaxl on the other side. W ith measured sieei-ri. and coin, "I xpake of riches, yet mild I Nothing to lliec of gold. T...

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. — 5 November 1874

STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. Variety. Variety. OCTOBER. October itrewi the woclliid o'er With many brilliant ci)lor; Thii world Is brighter than before, Why ahoulil our heart be duller? Sorrow and the scarlet leaf, Bad thoughts and sunny weather; Ah, me I this alory and this grief, W hy ahuuld they go together? So long as the southern states are ruled by negroes and by the whites who use the negroes to rob the property holders and direct tax-payers, so long will there be unrest, agitation, and out breaks in that section. It can not in the nature of things be outherwise. Igno rance and rascality combined as a gov erning power are not promoters of peace, contentment, and prosperity. Nor is the evil confined to one section ; all parts of the Union feel its malefic in fluence. The Goldtn Age (New York) take a correct view, and says that one cause of the continued depression of trade of all kinds is that one-third of the country is half paraiyzed by politica...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1874. Tm DiuioriAT Is furnished lo subscriber al 12 month, Invariably In advance. handed lu by Wednesday noon. CoRBS.nroSDt.si , conwluing important new,, .elicited from all part, of the county. Writer, name and address required on every oniiuu.ilc tlon is a private guarantee ul gsl faiUi. THE RATES OF ADVERTISING. t.NK WKKK. One inch. Two liu lies, Three inches 41 Ml im 4 SO column, one " I r mi . 10 mi 151X1 WKKK. TWO one inch, Two Inches, Three inches, column, s;no 0 UU I 0110 f 9 Oil 14 mi TM11KK V.KKKH. One Inch, Two Inches, Three inches, V) I ' 4 coluuui, . 61.) !, " 7 M J One " 112 no 17 mi 26 OU MONTH. OSK One Inch. Two Inches, Three Inches column. 7 00 10 HO tin no . ai no SOW) One " THRKB MOSTIltt. One Inch, Two Inches, Three inches, 00 . 40 U) 66 00 t 0 I ' column, - 12 00 M " 1500 1 one BIX MONTHS. One Inch, Two Inches; Three inches I woo tjomi 10000 $12 00 I Vi column, - 1000 V, " 25 00 1 One (INK YKAK. One Inch, Turn Inches Three...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

THE STARK BOUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. Business Items. a LAny "Now to the winter of our dlscontsut" made an uoytng ami troublesome by bad cold and other ailment, which may be prevented by vailing at slloonincld Brut. To finest (lyase rt in the market at II. J. Bacon k (Xm. In the language of au eminent coniediua who took ime of Uiem a short time since, "Thein'i Immense." Wshtso To know the name of trunp." j PALMER A STALL hate the largcat line of wall paper, shade, Ac to be fuund anywhere iu the vicinity. Their stock of new and excellent carpet 1 worth call and examination. Drop iu at No. 3D South Market street WE CALL THE ATTENTION of oar reader to the advertisement of Getting and Bucher. They have an elegant atoct of dry good on hand, and all desiring to purchase wllj do well to call. Now that the disagreeable weather of whiter i eeming upon us, It is time we were looking about for protection again IU Inclemency. Almost the Aral eweutial ihing In caring for...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 November 1874

THE SI ARK COUMY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDA Y, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. Poetry. A LORAIN STREET BALLED. BY "YAWPER." Per Deutrhse Republh-anlshe my To demperance men what sings und bray W bl foi we Hermans vnawnl das nicer If not for liberty mil beerl Dey My das Isger la ni-ht gitl Item candidate election day. We inaked dim nil u undeiMool, Whu Irani item lager ttags away We'll !( him ud tier aituul! When candidates on Hermans troils. Ker beutchsers comes from far und mar, "h. who would Klf d-n f '-'' ' When dere's plenty of lager tswr: Der dempemnee menu pK on d.Te ear Where now Is dey In all dere niighl. All gone away, like der lager beer, kway luderewigkelt. BY "YAWPER." Miscellaneous. BY "YAWPER." Miscellaneous. AN IENT EGYPT. BAYARD TAYLOR'S LECTURE AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. The Oldest Language and the Oldest Civilization in the World—What Labors of the Students have day up from the only "Old World." Last evening Bayard Taylor deliver at the Academy of Music, an elalxmite lecture upon "...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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