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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 January 1875

Variety. PERSONALITIES. Mr. GludHtone attained his Hixty-f fth year on the December 21; and Mr. Dis raeli his sixty-ninth two days later. Miiasttchiisetts'is to'hliVe an a8Vhirifor Indigent iiersons who are nervous tiUh out reaching the point of actual insanity. Blocks insiHts that Katie King isn't the only interesting youn woman who use Mg'nqli.tBiili tol.klntbooalfltUio credulous." " " ? jBMiorl is current in",Glnow tfcnt MrjUBuird, who donated half a ni'Njon KterJJniSto Ue Cliurch of Scotland, i tSf he made a bnrjHWjUAV WO.WJI HIM "Yoij.Jieft.J, muwh.m wHwM almond,'' said a kaiiiiimzoo miss to a dry goods clerk who offended her with his silly compliments. In a Paris advertising sheet the follow iiiB oetfirsJ-'yih'-drMtiui, aged nineteen, pOUSUsbCIl 01 luuriten uinuuno, nm w marry a trencli l'rince. paid." Ac ' .; Answ.w,nU fccSiWy Te Unit; house to another with his furniture his harem. His wives went in two jtni uibuses. rfc j (jf;0 'D . Mr. lU'race White, late editor of the Chie...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 January 1875

PROSPECTUS. A REPRESENTATIVE & CHAMPION OF AMERICAN ART TASTE I Prospectus for 1875 8th Year. THE ALDINE, TTIK ART JOURNAL OF AMERICA UHUKO MONTHLY. "A Magnificent Jj"?' WcmT' ietmH.J of a popular medium for the rap uninnnHi of the produotlona of our artists. Mi vtbM replied, d many IL uJi to meet uie "nt- The socoeHsfve M araeraiek so Invariably followed each ttnptli tLsotmntry to establish an kit Journal, did not ov, mm Udlffrreooa of the people of America to ntetiaa W ibe waol tad aa ability to meet H wet A . h couatfT M oaea rauieu wiw uwiw Mto'iM Mvaort, Md the mult waa the great at iSiEeJcial triumph-77. Jib. rar2tWjJirwhUe laued with all the ret lantr.hu bom of the umponir ot ktsu interest JEXetertatie of ordinary periodicals. HUanel aataaJsoeilany of pure light, and grioeful liter larac and a collection of pictures, the rarest sped mm of artlntlo skill. Althou(rh each fuooed nj rather affords a fresh pleasure, to Iti friends, the "TT".! rui iinrvit sill ha Ml appreciated...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

3? a lis VOL. .41. NO. 35. CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 4, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, tuotH err The Democrat. General Sheridan has left New Or leans for up the river. It is understood Us headquarters will be at Chicago. On the 30th uit. an insane asylum near Quebec took fire, and some 20 of the in mates perished. , About 200 Russian Menonltes arrived t Bird-in-IIund, Pennsylvania, recently They are worth 400 in the bush. Carpenter and Chandler go out and Cameron and Christianity go in, all Re J.fublicans, but still, we hope, an im provementin moral character at least. The new Wisconsin United States Senator is Angus Cameron. He beat Senator Carpenter, getting 68 votes to 59 for Carpenter. The Democratic mem tare united with the bolting Republi cans. t In the lower house of the General As sembly, on Wednesday, Lewis's bill to Amend the Adair Liquor Law was read the third time and put on its passage and lost the vote standing: Yeas, 51; nays, 44, not a Constitutional majority. In Alleghen...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Poetry. MRS. JUDGE JENKINS. (tine Die only genuine sequel to "Maude Mullet" BY BRET HARTE. Hand Muller, all that summerdaf, Vised the meadow sweet with hay. 1e looking down tlie dlrtant lano. fine hoped the Judge would come again. Mutwbcn he eamewlth smile and bow, Phe ouly blushed, and stammered "llaow! (die f poke of her Pa, and wondered whether Ue'd give coimviK they should wed together. AM Muller burnt In team, and then ' Begged that the Judge would lend him "ten," Fut trade was dull, and wages low, A nd "craps" ihia year were aouiewhal slow. And, ere the languid summer died, ,, ,. Bireet Maud became the Judge's bride. lint oil" the day that they were muted, Maud1 brulhcr Hob wiui intoxicated. And Maud's relations, twelve In all, ' Werv very drunk at the Judge's hall. And when the minimereamc again, The young wife bore him babies twain. And the Judge wax blest, but thought It strafige ' That bearing babies made such a change; TVir Maud grew broad, and red, and stout, And the waW...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Variety. Sack for a thief rMiBack. An artist's work is easol-ly done.' How far can one see In smiles Mile. Something never relished, by printers -IV I-. i ,'i . . . The 'bus that crossed the ocean Co Iambus. The tax which pi esses most heavily fnscliool-boys Syn-tax. , , 7 The mciutlAfU ty ilWns hponThe ouJh iX theM.isHj.HBippi; i 1 v I When" is a literary work like smoke? When it rises in volumes. Geese having feathers should nor pre pare to Blied them now. Troubles aro like dogs; the- smaller they are the more they annoy you. Yoyng folks grow most when in love. It increases their sighs wonderly. A rood iiame Will wjeuV oit;' k ibad j4' may be turned;! ujnicltname; liti fore jur T1mJ BUnds'most Lted I to Bfettle out country's financial ditlieulties Gold and silver. Pericles is dead. He was a Parisian rhinoceros. Butler will soon be the last representative of the species, i By an Irishman Why is a storm, when it's clearing up, like a castigation? Sure an' ain't it abating? "The rude...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

a The Pxmocrat In furnished to subscribers it 12 per year, 11 for tlx months; Any cents tur three mionUw, Invariably iu advance. AovKHTUKMHNni, to Ituvire Insertion, must be Oiauded In by Wednesday nuon. oH)PONDRN(!it, containing Important new, ollclted from all parts of the county. Writers mm and sxlilrew required on every coinuiunlc 4 o ar a private guarantee of good Mth. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON it WKKK. II no t column, . sou " 4 so I One " TWO WKKKH. t 800 10 00 1600 "Two Ine.hoi, "Three inchoi wne inch, "Two Id chei, Throe inchos, 92 00 I 4 00 ' sou i column, One " t 000 14 00 2000 THKKK WKKK8, tl TO I K column, . 6 00 Vj " T 60 1 One " ON MONTH. 112 00 Two Inches, 'Tttrue uicos, 17 00 26 00 4ae Inch. "Two Inches, TTbweinctun ' I I TO I . TOO 1 14 column, 11600 20 00 3000 1000 One " TIIKKB MONTIIH. I SOU IK column, - li 00 V? " 1600 1 One " (MX MONTHS. 112 001 W column, . acoo " j& 00 1 One ON It YRAR. Omineh, Two iocltei, flnaree tuehea, 92600 40 00 66 00 OmIih , Twoliwhes...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Business Items. T. C. Nighman'8 Coach Line. 3n C. NIOHMAN will attend to the wanti i of all L , doslrliig the serdos off a good ooach line, assaulters convoyed, to nd man the deuqt.and toall nartsof theuity. ' ''"', Nlghmau's baggage wagon will carry all pack ages to and from all point In the city for ten cenU. Parties not wishing to ride to depot can have their baggage carried to that point for ten cents. Pack gc, no matter how large; from a bat bf soap to a Saratoga trunk, delivered any place in the city Umita for TEN cent. ' ' Commercial travelers taken to any part or the county at reasonable rate. doc24 74 tf. Wanted Furnished Room A young gentleman desires to rent a furnished room. Location must be central. Ad dress "Q," Democrat oflice. I-IRST-CLAS8 DWELLIQ 'FOR SALE. A good itory and half house containing tlx rooms and a basement kitchen-within 8ve min utes walk of the square. The house Is well fin ished and located In a good neighborhood. The lot la 50x200 feet and li set ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Miscellaneous. PITTSBURGH. What Statistics Tell of Her Past, and Promise for Her Future. [From the Trade Circular.] In 1800 the population of tho territo' rf of that inland : navigation, ot whose bead PitUibureh stands, was 385,6s7,and that of Pittsburgh, 1,5(5, or a little over 4-10 por cent. In 1803, the value of her business was $1150,000 or 01 2-10 per cent pur capita of tho population- of tuo ter ritory which was lier natural maraer, .'In the rivalries of trade and the shift Ing currents of commerce, it would ho thought well if a city increased her trade in per cent, ratios with tlie growth oi tne territory where Bho 'found lier market, but more than this has Pittsburgh done. The rer cent, of manufactures and bust ness that would be necessary to have nttsburgh keep pace with the growth of the West, would be only, according to the data of 1800 and 1803, not quite one dot lar per capita for the inhabitants of the Ohio and Mississippi basins at any given W. Ttiissee. In 1800 there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Political. XLIII CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, January 29, 1875. THE SENATE. Mr. Seott presented a petition of citizens of Pittsburgh and vicinity, a ing 'jn liberal appropriation for tlie the , Bsk iinnnmr II Mil Kir 1110 lift M..untiintii rtf tin. ( il.i'rt Uiver. Referred. At the expiration oi the morning hour Mr. Conkling took the floor, and conclu ded his argument in reguru w wuismuu, MR. SCHUKZ M0D1K1KH UIB RESOLUTION. Mr. Schnrz said ho desired to modify his resolution to read as follows : U7i,,..,,o a ntr military interference bv officers or troops of tlie United States with the organization oi a duhh jiegimu tuio or an v of its proceedings, is repug nant to tlie principles of Constitutional government, and , ' Whereas, The military interference of General Do Trobriand, of the United States army, and soldiers under hiscom mand, with the organization of the U'g ;ui,.(ru nf TjhiIhIiliui. on the fourth of init.vu. v v.. 1 January, was without warrant of law; therefore bo it 1 riint. t....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 February 1875

Local News. Court opens next Monduy. Read the Council proceedings. l.TnicSt. Cloud looks almost deserted. Mhs. E. Cady Stanton's lecture, "Our Girls," will be most highly interesting. Don't fail to hear it. 8niAR & Kline's slaughter house was tobbed of some meut on lust Friday sight. That fabricated hat story proves to a certainty how hard that up-town amateur fa pushed for readable local matter. Will II. Tirrono will play the leading lunny character in German dialect for (he Maasillon Amateur Theatrical enter talnment, on the evening of Feb. 9th. Jimmy Fitzoerbi.d is a student of flhakspeare. He read the notice of him elf in an up-town sheet a day or two ince, and exclaimed with tragic accent: "That was the most unkindest shtab of any of 'em." Some weeks since the First M. E. Church of this city collected and sent to the Kansas sufferers a large box of excel lent clothing and fifty-four dollars (54) in money, and have received acknowledg ments of their receipt and proper distri...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

, VOL. 41, NO. 36. A. McGREGOR & SON, huousher CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 11, 1875. 181 Miirind Z'. SM T 7 I , :V1.,.-. 5 ... Congressional. XLIII CONGRESS. The Civil Rights Bill. Radicals Get it Through the House. Mote Infamy Added to the Republican Party. Radicals Trample on the Known Will of the People. ONE REDEEMING FEATURE OF THE INFAMOUS MEASURE. THE SCHOOL CLAUSE STRICKEN OUT. WASHINGTON, Feb. 5, 1875! TEH SENATE. The Sonate adjourned immediately af ' ter the reading of the journal as a mark of respect to the memory of Senator Buck inghani.. Senators Hamliny Stevenson Sherman, Fenton and Washburno were appointed a, committee to attend his funeral. THE HOUSE. The Civil Bights Bill was taken up at half-past ten o'clock, when interesting ten-minute speeches were made. At quarter .after twelve, aftef several speeches had been made, the'most notice able of which were thoso of Phelps and Shanks. Gen.Butlor called the previous question. In the course 6 his speech, Shanks caused the ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Congressional. Congressional. FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE Brown, of Kentucky, Scarifies Butler. THE HOUSE CENSURES HIM HIGH DOINGS AND GREAT EXCITEMENT. Wanhisciton, February 4. Tliere wan : attain an immense crowd collected in the galleries of the Horn this morning to wit new the close of the dehnte tmd the final action on the Civil Highta bill. The proceedings wereopened by a per Hnn.il ex "lunation from Mr. Lamnr .(Dem., Mans.) in denial of a Btatenient nuule in the Washington Republican thin morning, in which it was alleged that in the altercation yesterday between Mr, Butler (Itep. Mush.) and Mr. McLean (Dem. Tex.) the latter had reached lux hand behind him to grasp a pistol. Mr. Blount (Dem., Ga.,) spoke agaiimt the bill as an entire annihilation of State .rights. Mr.Sener (Dep., Va.,) defended his po : sitioii as the only Republican member -who had voted acainst the motion to suspend the roles so as to establish new rule by which the Civil Bights bill ould ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Select Story. A TOUCHING STORY. POLY SAM AND WHY HE REFORMED—A PROMISE TO A DYING MOTHER. He had been missing from the " Po tomac " for several days, and Cleveland Tom, Port Huron Bill, Tall Chicago, and be rest of the boys, who were wont to get drunk with him, couldn't make out what had happened. They hadn't heard that there was a warrant out against him, had never known of his being sick for a day in his life, and his absence from the old haunts puzzled them. They were in the Hole in-the-Wall saloon, the other morning,' nearly a dozen of them, drink ing, smoking, and playing cards, when in walked Ugly Sam. There was & deep silence for a few mo ments as they looked at him. Sam had a new hat, had been shaved clean, had n a clean collar and a white shirt, and they didn't know him at first. When they sw it was Ugly Sam they uttered a shoot ad leaped up. "Cave in that hat," cried one. Yank that collar off!" shouted n thw. , ; . , , "Let's roll him on the floor," screamed a third. T...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Thk Democrat is furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; Jl for six mouths; Ally cents lor three nionthe, Invariably In advance. AnvKiiTiwKMKNTSl,to.,lnur(i Insertion, must bo banded In by Wednesday noon. CoKiiKMroNDKWok; Mnuuiunijr Important ncw, olleltcd from all parts of the county. Writers uamo and adtlfeiw raulifc-ed on every cominunjoa- on aii a prlviugiiaraiiloo of gooil faith. ' ' ' ; '. -H-M--,S-i-r RATES OF ADVERTISING. .O.MH WHKK. Onclnch, Two liu-lios, ' Three inches f no I t- 8 W ! 400 ! TWO . ii . I t'uo h'MHK.K H column, ,!? " Ono " t Ann 10 (M) 16 00 one Inch, : ; Two llll'llUS, , Tliree inches, . column, Ono " f 900 .. 14 00 20 00 One Inch, Two inches, Three Inches, i column, 112 00 17 00 2600 I- 500 t 7W Ono " " ONH MONTH, One Inch. t'l MMI Twolnchee. ' J 7 00 V. column, )4 " : 16 00 20 00 ., 30 00 Three inches . '10 Ot. One fllltKP-ONTHIi.' ,' One Inch. ,l ( V. column, I26 00 4000 6600 Two inches, 12 00 I U Three Inehea, . l&wloue " : SIX MONTHS, One Inch, Two...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Business Items. "T. C. Nighman'-S' Coach Liner m CrllonMANwIll intend to tlio want of all I. diHlrlutr tlio services of a good coach linn, fiuiHciigcrs conveyed to aud from the doot ana to all piutsol tlio iily NlL'liiiuiii' Imuiiaiiu wniron will darny all pack ages Ui aUiT'from all point III the City Air ten cents, l'arliui mil wishing In ride to dci4 have their baggage 'cHrrlod to that point for ten cents. Pack- fi, no iiialUir how1 large; frnm a liar of noap t a sratoga trunk, delivered any phwouvthe city UwMafiirTKtl'renti. . '" " Commercial travelers takon to any part of the ouuty al-nuWinablo rales, )' luec24'74 tf. - i FOUND 1 On the night or January 2Uh,a fur cape, on North Market street. Enquire at this omea. , i, ..iNaddlllon to the great Job in demi mohair olpoe j, which we havo been selling Tor the past ten days, will be omitlnucd a few daya longer to closo ut balance of consignment, we havo placed on ale the most complete lino of jiully celebrated Cat Hnguood Alpaccat, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Poetry. [From the Chicago Tribune.] [From the Chicago Tribune.] AN EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE. ACT I. The gambler tat in the Criminal Court ; He hailed the Judge as ' Nibs," t A ad both counsel laughed a retiponave laugh Wbea he poked (hum la the rib. Police officials stood upandrwore That they knew the gambler not, led JuhUc what they kuew the best Most utterly forgot fe Ohe Jurors winked a wife a owla, iad to disagree agreed; lad the gambler (whom they did not arrest tor try) was forij ally freed. ACT II. n elerk he sat in the gambler's hell. Betting upon the ace, WVth a whirl of passion working in ', Hi pale perspiring face. He played it open-he lout: he lost. When next turn he ooppered it- Be coppered the Queen. "I win l-I win I" But lid it was a split. Beorared, he staggered towards the door, When at the bar he saw With, one of the gambler's beat cigars In bis stern nfbelal Jaw, With warrant, billy, and oome-alonga The officer of the law. - The officer hastily took a drink. Rot he di...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Poetry. [From the N. Y. Evening Post.] THE GOLDEN WEDDING. A. to S. C. L., February 3. 1825. (LEVITICUS XXV., II.) ownot! Reap not! The seven times seven la una. . Seven iillver flabbath yean, and now the gold, Sow not; In Joy or sorrow, smiles nor tears. DnnM,,. l,t Imn (I, a l,u rViMit. (if nASt YeSf ! Ureas not the vine; this year your hearts must be Made glad with mellowed wine oi juuuee. And what Is the harvest, and what the wine That the past tn the present lends? i TI the garnered sweetness of love's sunshine, 'Tis the tribute of "troops of friends." "Tis the love that has grown from the love that was now n 1 In life that was sweet to see. .Brill bank the loan.-Kach take his own In the year of jubilee. r rile high the sheave from whose golden leaves . . Love's golden grain may pour- , Oolden in all that is good In gold Proven and bright and pure. ' The harvest Is gathered, and golden leaves Are falling the yellow and red Padding the path with an aftermath Hilent and soil to t...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 February 1875

Local News. Obvilh. The Public Schools which, were closed during the prevalence of the t 1 .1 Tim 1 11 u t amaii-poz nave icuFcu. 4eathB from the disease were Mr. 1 usher ' and his daughter, a young lady. J. W. Inobam, pastor of Disciples Church in this city, begins a meeting in the city of Newburgh on Friday evening . f this week. Rev. J. II. Jones of Mt. Vnion will occupy his pulpit during his absence. Tns Disciples Church of this place hipped a box of provision and clothing to KansHB Bufferers this week, valued at L"in ami a few Wppks fliZO tllOV HCIlt lothing and provisions to the amount of cany nw. Prof. J. W. Clarke, on Monday evening I Best will review the Kev, C. W. Smith's tecent discourse on the antiquity of man, nd will enter a "Plea for Science," at chaefer's Opera House. Admission aree. Lecture to commenceat 8 p. m. 8. A. Jones, Esq. Our readers will per ceive by reference to our new advertise ments that Mr. 8. A. Jones, a young law yer of good acquirements has cpenend ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 February 1875

5Z VOL. 41. NO37. CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 18, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, bather 1 . ' V t( jfy v'i',,i : " , VJTt Hi fu k n nv ii ii n I! n ir vi ft JU WW Mi II HI II II II U 11 . II H II The Democrat. Thb Union Pacific Railroad Directors offer to compromise their liabilities to the Government at ten cents on the dol lar I Can this be serious? If so, it shows the beauty of Government patronage. I 1 Tin railroads throughout the country are suffering, and the best paying lines are reported to be losingmoney. A com parative statement of the gross earnings of thirteen of the principal roads of the country for January shows a decrease , even as compared with the same time last year, when the panic was at its height. There are but two roads whose earnings are in excess of last year the Central Pacific, $41,442, and the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern, $16,321. Last May Mr. Grant issued a procla mation for the admonition of the "tur buhnt and disorderly persons" who maintained that ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 February 1875

Poetry. THE MONEYLESS MAN. Is there no place on the fani of the earth Wlmrc I'huriiy ilivi llulli, where virtue Ims birth? Whew lim In kiudm ami u.civy will licitvu. Anil the pour und thu wrciolied shall ask and ru in there no place on earth where it knock from tlio poor Will bring a kind sugel to open the rtonrt Mi! search Hie wide world wherever yon can, There is no open door for the moneyless man. 10 look In the hull wherotho chandelier light: lirivon off with it" splendor the darkness ot night; Whero the rich hanging velvet, in snauowy wiii, Kuwtn ifnicefullv riown with Its trimmings of g.ild, r . , . . And infrnirs of silver take up anil renew In long lighted vnstiif the 'wildering view; (lo there In your patched ami find IT you can A welcoming uili? lor the money loss man. , i , '' i ' '''A' i Go look In your church of the cloud-reaclilng spire, Which nave hack to the Bun his same look of Are, Where the arches and columns are gorgeous with- And the walls seem as pure aa, a sou...

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