"...by the expkskn of a coal oil lamp on the IMh that she cannot recover.
KentJarvis, a prominent and widely ■nown citixen, died at his home in Massillon, O., on the 15th, very suddenly, of paralysis of the heart ... and sickness the «trongesl spirit will cra-.c its old support.
God, without the light of revelation.with out any holy purposa—if her Httle ones arc to be snatched from her arms at death, only to perish ... out existence making better and better laws for the amelioration of human wrongs, if existence is a mere excrescense, and annihilation the best of all things. I.iet the heavy laden find death, not law ... , one moment after * . . . 1 death the untleshed soul beholds eighty hat an interesting mamma this nine-1 mniious of systems of truth, in propor-teectU..."
"...of action. Tho peo- ple jn the States can everywhere express then1 belief and their determination, and Congress will hear with sufficient distinct- Death of Hon. KentJarvis. Hon. KentJarvis, of Massillon ... - OCRAT, by paying in advance for the paper for three years. Thanks. That's business. TllK Newcomerstown Argus of January tith, announces the death of David Mul- vane, Esq., of tbat place, after a linger ... - ing illness, caused by asthma, at the ad- vanced age of near seventy-two years. Mr. Mulranc was one of the early residents of Ox ihc Sl'th of December the Valley Railway Company filed in the Secretary ... in mercantile busi- j ness with his sons up to near the time of j OlgMy niwl Moral Grander of his ..."