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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 December 1874

A REMARKABLE ANIMAL TRAINER. In the year 1721, in Perth, Scotland. ns born the most remarkable animal trainer in the world. His name was Bin Bet, and in early life he became a jour ney man-shoemiiker; but having great fondness and faculty for manning ani mals, he soon gave himself up entirely to this occupation. His rntt success with educating brutes wai with a horse and dog, whom he taught to perform many curious feats. He next tried his Bkill on a couple of monkeys, who soon learned to dance on a rope, drink to the company, ride and leap on the backs of horses, and go through intricate dances with their equally accomplished companion the dog. Tfiree young cats were the succeeding subjects of Bisset's tuition, and these were instructed to play upon dulcimers, apparently reading from music-books be fore them, while they squalled vocal accompaniment in three different keys, or tones, producing altogether a chorus whose piercing effect the musical may perhaps imagine. The fume of Biss...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 December 1874

Local News. A MIHT Christmas. "Ijttli Jack Homer" will be In his glory to y. ' Old Boreai tackled this town yesterday, and made things nowi lor a un.e; one oiu uij knocked down by a window shutter thai sailed by aim on Tuscarawas street J. L. Toole, The great English Comedian will occupy the Mas IIIod Opera House, January 5th, one night only, milder the management of V. E Beeruer. O last "aturday night two drunken persona ntsed a disturbance on South Market street, below the railroad, yelling and Bring off revolver u though they were on the planus a hundred mile from civil aatlon. There ia nothing in the affairs four city more urgent than the fact that the cm- sent of South Canton should be afforded police protection. W a have it In our offkeJUhas two tyea one large mouth, two immense earn, one glowing now;; souie thlng resembling two hands, each hand contain ing Ave ringers, which are constantly moving up and down; It nan alio two ieei, venr wins, u " the top of it head is a bunch ...

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. — 31 December 1874

VOL. 41. NO. 30. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 31, 1874. A. McGregor & son, tuuurs The Democrat. Irwin's check-book promises to be as interesting as Oakes Ames' memorandum-book. The difficulty seems to be how to get it in evidence. Irwin's health it delicate, but there is no reason to sup pose his book would not stand an ex haustive cross-examination. Chant has just issued another of his chronic proclamations, this time address ed to the citizens of Mississippi, com manding "all turbulent and disorderly persons in Warren county to avoid trans gression of the laws and to repair to their respective abodes within five days." The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher has met with a defeat. The general term of the City Court of Brooklyn, Judges Neil son and Reynolds on the bench, gave a decision Tuesday morning reversii g thf order of Judge Mr.Cue, which required Theodore Tilton to furrush Henry Ward Beecher with a bill of particulars in the suit of the former against the latter. The Spanish Commissioner...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 December 1874

Select Story. A POET'S LIFE ROMANCE. Fits Greene Halleck's unknown love at last disclosed—Miss Abbie Flanner of Harrison County—The Missing Poems. Fromthe Indianopolis Journal. It is the pleasant lot of the thin morning to he able, through one ol it valued corresondentB, to clear up a liu-mrv mvsterv of Ions standing, con noted with the memory of America's sweetest poet. rersons laminar wim mc life of Kits (ireene Halle will remem ber an interesting love episode and mys Wuiiin rorrestsmdence between the poet and a lady under the assumed name of Jillen A. r.tauiloell. in v nsou s wie of Halleck," piiblinhtHl in lHtiO. it is re ferred to as one of the romance o- bin life, the memory of which the poet num kwred among "the dearest of his incou aiderablejovs." In the life of Halleck above referred to, the author says: "The lady's ixieni was of the same length and measure as the poet's reply. I exceed ingly regret my inability to recover it, no opy existing among Mr, Halleck's pa pers, an...

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. — 31 December 1874

Poetry. SOMEBODY'S DARLING. bti a ward of whitewashed halls, ' WherethedeedeiidUwdytnglay, Wounded bj bayonets, shells aud bails, lomebody's liarllng w borne one day- Somebody's Darllng.so young end so brava, Wearing yet on bis pale sweet geon lo be hid by Ihe dust of U grave, the Ungeriug light ol his boyhood s grace. . Mattedenddamparewesurt'sofgoldi, Kissing the snow of Uial fair youug brow, . Pale are Uie lips of delicale mould Homebody's liarllng In dying now. " Bark trom Ihe beautiful blue-veined brow itrush all Ihe wandering of gold, Ohm hit bamls on his bosma now, uneldy's liwluig Is still and eold. ( Kiss him once for somebody s sake. Murmur a prayer mft and low I Oue bright curl from its lair mates Jake, They were somebody's pride you kuow : Homebody's hand had rested there. Wat It a mother1! ton and whiter And have the Hps of a sister lair jleen baptised In the w eves of light t - Uod known best ; he has somebody's love; Homebody's heart enhrlned him there: Bomi'boily wal...

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. — 31 December 1874

Tut Dkmociat Im tombed U to subecribersat tl -gar year; 11 tor ill months: arty nta to U" a-sonlhs. Invariably in advance. AinMinauni, to Insure Insertion, mud be aasuxfed In by Wednesday nuun. MuuiBiroiiDiiMcl, containing Important new A a-dfcrtod from all putt of the county. Writers mil tad address required on every communlca- ini private (uaranle of good laila. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON II WKKK. 41 "S3 1 column, 4 aa I On " TWO WMKS. K OR m column, 4 00 S " 00 1 One " TIIKKK WKKK. . titom column, . 5 00 ! " 7 50 1 One " ONK MONTH, f ! M U column, 7 1)0 " 1000 1 One " TURK MONTHS. 1 1 00 4 column, . U oil M " uoo0ue " - II MONTH. 112 00 1 '4 column, . at mi v? & ou I One (INK YKAR. flKOO I H caluuin, " '4 3uuu (me MTvrh. Y inches, 1km inches 00 10 00 15 00 Wf inch. Two Inches. TBrre Inches, I 100 14 00 JO 00 m bKh. Two Incite. Tfeiwe Inches, til 00 17 00 36 00 eineh. Two Inches, nree inches M inch, Tm ini'hps. 115 00 . woo 80 00 roo . 40 00 uon t luchee. Inch. Two inches; Tfciw...

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. — 31 December 1874

$ttmncs8 $tcms. fT.C. Nighman'8 Coach Line. : XC. NIQHM AN will attend to the wants of (11 . desiring the services of a good coach Una. en den conveyed to and (torn the depot tad to til parti of the city Ntgnman'i baggage wagon will carry til pack area to tiid from til points In the city for ten cent Panto not wishing to ride to depot can hare their baggage carried to that point for ten cent. Pack gee, no matter bow large; from t bar of toap to a Kreion mini, aeiiverea ear ptaoe m we city llmlta lor TEN cents. Commercial travelers taken to tor pert of the count j at reaaonablt rate. imcm 7 u. , A FINE RESIDENCE Containing 14 room, oorher Main and Kit street, ManlUoD, Ohio, la offered for sals or exchange fM mailer property, or a store room In Masai Uon of Can ion. For particular! address or tee decl7-w3 OUT K. Qautat, Uaadllon, 0. FIBiT-CLASS DWElllQ FOB SALE. A good story and half house containing ill room and a batement kitchen within fire min ute walk of the square. The home 1 we...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 December 1874

Variety. VARIETY. Even the laiieat boy can catch a liik 8- . 1 l T A Bear nobly gtit is a (iood livery of honor. "Voluntary abduction" is what a W tern paper calls an elopement. AVarmleas Milwaukee woi'nan boxen Met UUHband s ears with her feet. -Fire is aaid to be a very dimipated cle ment, because it goes out almost every night. ' Whrfn anhn calli you'a fiike him , bl th hand'and .(11 )'uffa gejitleian. wlfen'a'loy become Bent in going to tea he should' be straightened out before the mailt Ilenrv Clav describes a mule as an an iinnl "that has no pride of ances.ry and no hope of posterity." A man of "considerable capacity" in Cincinnati, is a man who can eat his six or seven pounds of pork a day. A lively fro": in the" interior of a itriivr intf tlimip is'thu latest prodiirt.of jOur nahstio iilKi'iitiity at Salt l-itk,!) City.' " Off she goes!" said a lady. "You have mistaken the (lender," said a gentleman, " tins is the mail train." The man who Hiiiii: "Oh! breathe no more that si...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 December 1874

Miscellaneous. (From the New York Sun) BLOCKING THE WHEELS. While Boutwell, Richarilxun, Sawyer, Bitnfleld and thut wt ruled over, the Tratvsur arid iu bureau",' iobbery was rampant and corrupt inn had full bwIiir. Tb Jaynt'8 and Sanborns reprwentiiiR iioportunt influences in Conjrre,roBniei bout the department with the coiiHoious neei of power, eave orders, made ron tro;ti, and filled their pocketA Witty the people' money, Syndiratea were created witty enorinoiifi commission", and allowance, to do the work for which regular agents were ar . ready employed, nd fyrruidiod vitji dortau and atwiatanta maintained in Europe with large aalariiat the expense of the Treas ury, w well aa with other convenience tree of charge. Behind theHe syndicate were aeoret partners in the protita at Waahintrton. who had long practised the rogues' maxim of Addition, Division, and Silence. Mullett planned public building by the hundred for all parts of the country, colluded with members of Congress for app...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 31 December 1874

Local News. A mini New Year. lm little boy beware of powder bora to-day, 7,I new hook and ladder weal a porting DohT ask 127 one for a cigar to-day all wer iw Yum ca-hlcjll will not be numeroo to- BoK'i forget the "V'onlh del line of your TaiT'i loo diaphanous-H th latest Too loin . Torn A, Kama, Decembers, 1871 Jl McGno A Bo:-Plea forward your pv or to U following addraas, oblige, yours, Ac, Wn. H. COCK, Topeka. Kansas. RING IN THE NEW. "King out, wild bell, to the wild iky, The flying cloud, the froety light. The ye i dying lo the night; Ring out. wild bell, and let him die. Ring out the the old, ring in the new ; Ring happy bell acroe the mow, The year i going, let him go ; King out the false, ring in the true." DEDICATION SERVICES. The newly erected church of the Evangelical Association on East Fourth Street wa dedicated to the worship ofQod on last Sunday, Dec. . Rev, K. Dub of Clexeland officiating. Among the sinister present were Rev. E. Buckingham, J. D.Domer.8. B. Krlng, B....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 January 1875

VOL. 41. NO. 31. CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY T, Jj&L A. McGREGOH & SOV, iitunsur The Democrat. ! A dispatch from Paris announces that Lcdru RoUin died on the 31st. The de ceased was a distinguished Fronch Bociul ist and Radical Kupiibliiuin and was born In 1808. His family mime was Ledru, to which he added that of liollin. In 1841 ho wan elected to the Chamber of Depu ties by the voters of Mans, and became ithe chief orator of the extreme gauche or ultra Democrats. During the Revolution 'of February, 1848 ho entered the Cham ber when the Regency of the Duchess cf Orleans waH under discussion, i.ewas choBen by acclamation as a member of the provisional government, and became Minister of the Interior. He was cen sured for an attempt to proscribe the de feated party; but ho is said to have saved the Government from the violence of the jinsurgents on the Kith oT April. He lost his popularity with the masses and retir ed froa; power in Juno, 1818, when Cnv aignae bi-eame Dictator. In D...

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. — 7 January 1875

Poetry. THE DEATH OF THE OLD YEAR. BY TENNYSON. Full ktu-edivp lies the lntrnow, Ami the winter winds are uvarlly sighing; loll ye tin- church Ml sad and slow. And tread Hoftly ami I''1 '"'. For Ihe old year lies a-ilylng. ,, Old yi-ar. you iiiukI "l dlo; You come to n mi readily, You lived with us mi steadily; Old year, you shall m die. He llcth still! he doth nut move; llv IM nut tl'c 1,IIW "' ,,a'' He Imili no oilier lift1 above. Hi- gave me a friend- mid true true love And llie New Year will uike em away. uld year you innMnnlKo; So Iomk '" have '"'en ''' u". Such jov a you have wen Willi u. Old year, you nhull not go. He fmlirrt his biuiiiers to the brim; A Jollier yeiirwu shall mil see, Hut tho tils eves lire growing l m. Andllio' hi foci, speak HI lo"l, He wk'H Mend to mt. Old vciir.viiu -hall not die: WVilid su'laiiuli mid cry with you. I've half a mind to die with you, Old year, il you iniil die He whh full of Joke and Jest. Hill all ti it- ineiry onil are oer. 'I ii ee him ...

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. — 7 January 1875

Poetry. THE BIRTH OF THE NEW YEAR. BY TENNYSON. Ring oul wild belli to the wild sky, The 11 y i ti k cloud, the frosty litctit; The year Is ilyli.fi in the night; . Ring uut wild bells, and lut hhn die. Ring out the old. ring In the new. Ring, ha.py bells, across thumiow. The year Is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring In the true. , Ring out the grief that sans the mind For those tlmt here we we nn more; King out the feud of rich and poor, Ring in redrew to all mankind. Ring out a slowly dying cause, And ancient forms ol pany Mnfe: King in Ihe unliler i lesoi lile, With sweeter umni.ew, purer laws. Ring out Ihe care, the want, the sin, The laiibiess coldness ol the times; King out ringoul. my nioiimliil rhymes, But ring the f uller minstrel in. Ring out false pride in place and blood. The civic slander... id Ihe "pile: King In (lie lovcol ti.ill. ami right, Ring lu the eouimou love ol good. Ring out old shscs of foul disease; Ring mil the narrow liistnt gold; King out the t...

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. — 7 January 1875

THR Pkmochat U furnished U iutanrlben. tW ,r II fi'MU m.m.li.i My eenU. U.ree wontln, Invariably I" advance. Advkhtiskiiknt, to Insure Insertion, be handed In by Vcluwlay '"' C..kk.'on..kni:k, cH.lHH.lns l.nporfu t new,.. .ollclted Ihnu ll !" "le wu"l' r"" name and address "1,,iri"1 su pv"7 ""iuui.l. Ion as a private guarantee f '"' RATES OF ADVERTISING. WKUK. f It IKI lo no Vt on (i.icini h, TWO inches, Three Inches ,1 ."ill . :ino 1 M Li' liin.il, One " TWO WlillKs). Wl . I IM liUO t a 1,11 11110 2 IX) line Inch, Two inches, Three inches, eoliiuin, One " WKUK. TURKU 4 column, (ne " f .Ml . 5 00 51.! 00 ;7on flioo One Ineh, Two inches, Three Indies, (INK MONTH, t W I '4' column. 15 no 20 0(1 SO 00 One Inch. Two i lichen, Three Inches TOO 10 on One TIIKKK M0NT1IH. f H HO I i column, 12 i ',' 1ft (W I One One Inch, Two Inchon, Three liichea, 40 00 k00 MIX MONTIIH. $12 001 !i column, . anuuiM " 26 W I One I nr. 00 0000 10000 One Inch. Two Inches; Three indie, ONK YKAK. 118 00 2!.Q0 30...

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. — 7 January 1875

Business Items. T. C: Nighman's Coach Line. m O.Nl'lIIMANwill attend U) the wan! of all I, desiring thu services of a good coach II no. Passengers conveyed to and from Hie depot mid to nil paruol the city Nlghinan's Imkkako wagon will carryall pack age uiaml from all polntx In the city fiir ten cent. Partli licit wishing Ki ride to tleKt can have tlii'ir baggage carrlctijn Unit point mr wn ceiiin. r'-a- , no matter how law; irom a unroi w a iratotra trunk, delivered any place In the city llinita lor TKN cent. ' Commercial traveler token to any part of tin) county at reasonable rates. . ' IdcciM 74 II. first-clash DWi:u,ia for sale. A "good htory and lialf fiouso containing six roonu and a basement klu lwn-wlthln live mill otua walk of the square. Tho house la well flu lahed and located In a good' nolghlHirhood. Tho lot la 50x200 foot and In not out In young fruit tree fonacborrlos, strawlierrloa, &o. Tornu easy. Kor further particular addruas B, till office. nOT'20'7-tf. NOTICE....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 January 1875

Poetry. THE TWO CASTLES. BY SAMUEL LOVER. There li castle tall, Rose entwine: There, In tlui stately hall, Flows the bright wine; There mirth and magic lay Pass the bright hour away, Hope, lovely Hoiki. they say Thwie nails are thinol Thore In a castle keop, Lonely and gray, Looking across llio doep Kar, far awayl There, In her lofty tow'r, There at the midnight hour, Mein'ry, Willi daiksome liow'r, Watches, tlioy nay. Weald you those castles find? A ok me Hie way? Where In the rosy-twined Where la the gray? Hopc's-bullt by fairy hands, bank In thesliirting sands: On the rock, Mein'ry stands Lasting for ayel BY SAMUEL LOVER. Variety. A Remarkam.k Lawsuit. In the Su preme Court, Brooklyn, bef-ire Judire Barnard ywtert'iiy, tli argument on the demurrer to the complaint in the suit of Constance B. Trice tint. Walter W. Price was heard. The defendant is sued for $100,000 for the cruel deceit to which it is alleged h has subjee'ed the plaintiff, his third wife, in representing himself to...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 January 1875

Political. NEW ORLEANS. ' 4tiW V General Sheridan The (,nnret- VOHiil I 'muuilUrf at Work Testimony of the Commander of the White Leayne. XkV Oltl.KASH. DlVCIIllirr 111. (It'lHTll Sheridan iiimI Htafl'iirrivcil lant nijrlit, Nkw Oiii.kasn. DitoiiiIktSI. At 11:1") tlm ConL'rH8;.iiiHl Conimil 'ff re smi bid in tlio 10 mi of tin; UnitH SiuIi-h Circuit Con it. a Imvu nunil't'r of tuii'i'tii tor lifinir tut'si'iit. The flit wi'iims called wan Ofti. F. N. (nlru, who nsti.l : 'J am ( mainlii'K oliucr ot tin- Into 1.1'i.L'iio in this rit v. The obiwt an. i inr- lio-c of the While Li'ngui' an- i li-arly K '.. i . .1 ;(.,;.., ' I'l l.- Illll'll 111 1 1 11 l minm mi .ii- Hiitiition win here HiilunitltMl uiul iv.nl. "Our oi'tr.ini'alion i.sBiin'ily mr .Iflt-n.-ivi: i)iiiiiiisi'. The comliiioii ol alliiirn in Lmi. i-iana ralli'il for such un orjanizalioii. It was estiihlislu'il i'l July, IH74. We r;illnl it the White l-iivrin', hern i-e we i-oul. I on'y rely liiion wliite i;u:e, in ourcon din'm....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 7 January 1875

Congressional. FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. THE LOUISIANA TROUBLE ! A Pertinent Resolution Offered in the Senate. in the Senate. NO ACTION TAKEN ! WASHINGTON, Jan. 5, 1875. THE SENATE. AN INQUIRY INTO THE LOUISIANA MATTER. TER. Mr. THURMAN offered the following resolution and aked its present consid eration : Resolved, That the President of the United States is hereby requested to in form the Senate whether any portion of the army ot the United Mates or any offi cer or officers, soldier or soldiers of such army did in any manner interfere or in termeddle with, control or seek to control the organization of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana or either branch thereof on the 4th instant, and especially whether any person or persons claiming seats in either branch of said Legislature have been deprived thereof 01 prevent ed from taking the same by any such military force, officer or soldier; and if such has been the case, that the Presi dent inform the Senate ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 January 1875

L 41, NO. S3. CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 14, A. McGREGOrTson, The Democrat. Hon. L.D. Wood wort h.Member of Con gress from this district, voted nay on Senator Sherman's financial bill t pro Tide for the resumption of specie pay-tents. The Democrats and Independents coin bineil succeeded in gaining tho organ isation of the Illinois House of Rome sentaiivcs. In the Senate they are still balloting for presiding officer, having had over thirty ballots. The Republicans are much alarmed at the course things have taken. In 1770, the question in America was King George Hid tyranny or liberty. Ethan Allen demanded the surrtnder of Fort Ticonderago "in the name of the great Jehovah and the Continental Con gress." In 1870 the question maybe a similar one military despotism, versus the rights of the People. Now, in 1875 the question is looming up. It comes out that Colonel John Forney received $25,000 o: the Pacific Mail cor ruption fund used at Washington to buy up and get their steal through Congr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 January 1875

Poetry. THE BORE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Again I hear ttio creaking stupl He'H rapping at the dmirl Ton well I know that boding sound TliiU ushers in the bore. I do nut tremble when I meet The stoutest of my foes, But Heaven defend me from the friend Who comes Wit never goon. He drops Into my easy chair, And asks about the news, He peers tolo my manuscript. Ami give Ills I'ltmliil views; He tells me where he likes tha lino And where lie's forced to grieve; He taken the Mvuiigest liberties Hut never lake )iU leitve. He reads my dully paiicrs through llei'ore I've M'en a word. He scans the lyric that I wrote.) And think 11 quite nhsurd; He eidnily Miinken my liu.1 cigar, And calmly iiks for more: HeopeiiK everything he sees , Exiepttlie entry (hir. He tilk ahoiit his fragile health, Ami lulls me of Iiin puiitH He Millers froin a score of Ills Of whieh he ne'er complains: And how he struggled once with dealh To keep Die (lend at liuy : On theme like those away he goes Hut never goes away I H...

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