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suited to their warfare. For a time the struggle was about equally balanced; but at last, finding itself abandoned by Judges, Lawyers, Clerks, Sheriff, County Commissioners and County Officers, fell. Oft from it spire did the bell ring the rising and the setting of the sun, oft did it call the laborer from his shop to his repast, oft announced the meetings of your city, giving its clear ringing notes to mingle with the shouts of political victors or roused you from your slumbers when the black smoke and lurid flame were bursting from your dwellings, and oft how sadly oft, it has spoken the departure of some loved one. Or in solemn muffled notes tolled the departed the the "City of the Dead." February 16th and 18th, 1878, meetings of the Wayne County Bar and other citizens were held in Wooster to take into consideration the propriety of taking proper action for the building of a new Court House, the old one having been condemned by the County Commissioners as unsafe. At the first meeting





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