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

Variety. An advertiHemont in the London Timet reads: "Dour Tom Come immediately if you see tliiH. If not, come on Sunday. At a recent masqucrado ball in Chi iiuo, one of tlie city papers says there were enough "Nights'' and "Mornings" to make a new month In the calendar. A Kentucky young lady who promised her grandfather never to marry a certain young man on the face of the earth went through the interesting ceremony in tlie Mammoth Cave. . A saving husband "George, dear, 4on't you think it's rather extravagant of you to eat butter with that delicious jam?" "No, love economical. Same piece of bread does for both." Punch. A school teacher near Allentown, Pa., punished a nine-year old by placing him la a "straddled" posture across two desks, for nearly two hours, causing such a se vere strain upon his frame that he could kardly walk home. A western editor, noticing the present f a silver cup to a brother editor, says: "lie needs no cup; he can drhik from any vessel that contains liquo...

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. — 4 March 1875

Local News. Rkv. N. P. Baii.by, D. D., of Warron, Ohio, will preach in the Presbyterian Church on next Salmath morniiiR and evening The evening sermon will be addressed to young men. Tub Niln-on Qimrtott Club pave asing ingutMr. and Mrs. Jimics linynolds a few evenings Hfio. The "NUhhoiih" are a qnartcttof Hie best male mngurs in the city, ami they rendered some of their finest pieces on th iB occasio.i. M rs. Ray nolds in return gave them somo of her best pieces. Marrikd. We only loarned a few days ago that our long-time friend, Andrew M. Blake, had actually got married. This great event, in the life of our esteemed friend occurred about a month ago, and for particulars we refer our readers to the marriage notice., We take pleasure in chronicling the happy event UiU though it may be; We do not refer to the grcWs age at all. All we can say now to Andrew is, God bless jrou In your store and life, God Dlessyou and your worthy wile May bolh live Ionic, their hnui-e abound, With living ...

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. — 11 March 1875

lit Lfc'IM VOL. 41. NO.40 . CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 11, 1875. A. McGREGOR & S0NKhttnt8Her rf .0s ti f ; y ' r w v The Democrat. Gold ranges at 114 j; U. S. Coupons, 1881, 119. Wb have had winter enough and are ready for "spring fever." Arkansas rejoices that Congress sus tained the present status of tilings in that State. The Democratic vote in the Minnesota Legislature went solidly against and dc feJted the Compulsory Education bill, New Kami-shirk is not bad after all It is anything but a Grant third term victory. Read the telegraphic news. The Enquirer says "bummerism killed the Republican party in Cincinnati," and Schaefer bummerism is not doing much for the Repository and its party in this county. The suffering from famine in Asia Minor is appalling. It is stated that in one district twenty thousand have died out of a population of fifty-two thousand Rains and floods in the South and now storms in the North were in order the past week. We had the snow and gleet here. Tub two-th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 March 1875

Select Story. BRAVE KATE HEATH. "The year 1781 was a dark and gloomy -one for our forefathers, who were then Klriipgling for liberty. In South Carolina Affairs were then in a critical condition; Ccn. Greene made an unsuccessful at tack on the post of ninety-mx, and with drew his men beyond the Tiger and IJroad rivo.-s. Lord Rawdon followed Mm, but could not draw the brave, pa rtriotic goneral into an engagement. At thiB period there stood in North "Carolina a plain and unassuming house. It was a two-story house, neatly white' washed and surrounded by a fence. The garden contained many choice flowers, a.nd beautiful honeysuckles shaded the doors and windows. It was the house of Mrs. Heath, who lived with her two daughters, while her son George was in Washington's army, fighting for free iom. Kate, the eldest of the daughters, was a beautiful girl of sixteen summers. Iler auburn hair hung in graceful curls down her shoulders, and her face beamed with kindness, while her eyes shone lik...

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. — 11 March 1875

Congressional. CLOSING SCENES OF CONGRESS. SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT—WORK DONE AND LEFT UNDONE. Washington, March 4.-The President, accompanied by members of the Cabinet and his Private Secretary, came to his room, at the Senate, at 0 o'clock this morning, and remained until the adjourn ment, examining a largo mass of bills be fore them previous to approval. The President signed the General Appropria tion bills, none of which failed. Three or four private bills were lost for want of tima in examine them. The bill to equalize the bounties of oldiers who served in the late war, huiea to become a law, the President with holding his signature. If time had al lowed he would have sent in a veto mes sage. The President and Cabinet did not think this the proper time to make so large an appropriation on account of bounties, some calculation placing the amount from one hundred and fifty mil lion to two hundred millions. Members of Congress were flying in all directions with bills in their hands...

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

ThiDkochat U furnished to uborllei at w year, II for six luoutlm; fifty pciiu lor three miUui, Invariably in advance. jlovkhtihkmknt, l tiiHiiro Insertion, "' (teatled iu by Wednesday noon. OouiiiwroNUKNi'K, containing lni'ilftiit ncw.a iwlkcltcd from nil part of tho comity. Writers hbc Mid allroHa required on every oommuiilcs- n as a private guarantee of good fnlth. J.UTKSOF ADVKKTISINti. ONK WKKK. n.eiiicli, - U column, o Inches. a i H Vttn-e Inches 4&0 One " 16 TWO WKKKK. MRinnh, (KM ! column, opo Two loch., 4 00 ' riiw iuciif, o oo one " 20 THKKK WKKK8. w Inch, KM "4 column, 12 irwo inches, sou V, " lj tfliiHC inches, 7 50 One " 26 ONK MONTH. Iweine.n. 3 50 1 column, WOO Two Inched, 7 00 W " ;J rfhiwe hichea 10 Oil One " 30(H) TIIHKF MONTHS. n Inch, 8 on Vt column, lit 'fwJni'.hi, 1 2 00 H ' 40 Tbire lnehe, 15 00 One " 6jOO SIX MONTHH,. nctnch, 112 00 Vt column, I as Two Inches - 20 00 H " MOO rrtirec inches, 251X1 One loooo ONK V KA It. !1 nlnch, $18 00 column, 1 50 Twoiuch...

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. — 11 March 1875

Business Items. GYMNASTS I A number one horizontal bar for sale, cheap ; good portable stage upright and guy ropes with bar. Inquire at this olllce. MIST CLASS DWELLING FOR SALE. A good story and a half frame bouso, containing four rooms. Terms easy. No. 91, Cherry street, Lelow railroad, fcblltf TIIE QUAKER CITY SHIRT, f T. B. Albert Si Co. aro sole agents for this popu lar and reliable whlrt, Gentlemen leaving their measures with us may rely on getting the article and tit ordered. Mr. Strohn is ever on duty and can always bo relied on, mar4-2mos Small House Wanted. With witter convenient for a small family. Apply at this Cilice' WANTED. A girl that has some experience with Infants to . . rr. Hnn.IultitnlnuNnii fnm1nff well actasnurse. iu a uuiuh.""""! . recommended, good wages will be paid. Apply at residence of John F. Reynolds, Our. Market and 10th streets, Canton. 0. mar4-3w HEW AUD DESIRABLE DRESS G OODS. M2S cents extra Bargains In Black Alpacca. At 35 cents the best bargain ...

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. — 11 March 1875

Miscellaneous. OHIO NEWS. Seneca county is to have a new jail. B. F. H. Lynn, Esq., is to edit the Cleveland Commercial Review. John Palmer, of Steubenville, has start d a new paper called Pulmer't Newt. Dayton adds a new feature to the "match" fever. It is a ciphering match. J. G. Synder, of Congress, Morrow ountv.ownsa German Bible 200 years old. ' Fire teams have broken through the ice, recently, in crossing the lake be tween Marblehead and Kelley's Island. The vineyards in the vicinity of Cin cinnati are reported in good condition, but few of the vines being frozen. The Southeastern Ohio Teachers' Con vention is to be held soon at the One Study University. Scio. Harrison county. J. W. Sims; of Ashtabula county, is said to have a cow that has averaged 300 pounds of butter annually for the past fourteen years. There have been three deaths from smallpox at Logan since Saturday, mak ing six deaths in all since the outbreak of the contagion. Efforts are being made to organize a new c...

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

Variety. VARIETIES. The Bank of England suspon Jed specie payments in 1797, during tho first war with Napoleon, and did not resume for twenty-four yearn. It punned an act in 181!) directing complete resumption in 1823, and the notes in anticipation of this event reached par in 1821. A Thomas street school boy had just got his face fixed to sing, "Let us love one another," when a snow-ball hit him in the mouth and so confused him that he yelled, "Bill Bykes, just do that agin and I'll chaw your ear oiT." For the first time in her political his tory (and she's as old as the most of us) China is in the money market asking a loan. Sho wants $3,138,375, is willing to count 05 cents a dollar, and give 8 per eentpor annum aa interest. But there are no takers. Ata late teance in Nantes, France, the Davenport Brothers had the misfortune to be tied up by sailors. Thev succeeded in untying the knot, but could not repro duce it. The audience hissed, and the paper of the town advises them to avo...

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

Local News. THE MURDER TRIAL. Closs of the Examination—Important Testimony. [CONCLUDED.] Dr. Hout, of Fulton, was the first wit ness culled after the clone of our lust week's report. Dr. lloutz is a well known physician of Canal Fulton, who haa had practical experience of 25 years. He was in Fulton on last August liHh; saw the deceased man called Peter Pier; also examined the contents of a glass handed him by Mary Houk, and was satisfied that it contained laudanum; stated that Pier was in a comatose condition when he was taken to his (Hotitz's) office by Marehal Miller; the pupils of his eyes were much contracted; pulse feeble; breathing slow and labored; consulted Drs. Fraunfelter and Campbell, and agreed to give sulphate of atropia as a hyperderrt'ic injection, which was done three times within a period of three quarters of an hour, with no effect : also rubbed his body and limbs, walked him about, and used all means in their power to revive him, but to no effect. Pier was subsequ...

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. — 18 March 1875

wrr ' I-., VOL. 41. NO.41. CANTON, OlltO, MARCH 18, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, tuunshcr The Democrat. CHARGE OF JUDGE FREASE. INDICTMENT FOR MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE. Charge to the Jury March 11, 1875. Thb State op Ohio Court of Common against Pleas of Slark Co., August Cribley, Ohio. Obntlrmkn ok thk Jury : The provis ions of the statute, under which the coun sel for the State claim a conviction of the prisoner at the bar, Augustus Cribley, j re as follows : "That if any person shall purposely, by adrainist?ring poison, or causing the same to be done, kill another, every such person shall be deemed guilty of murder in the first degree, and, upon conviction thereof, shall suffer death." '"That if any person shall unlawfully kill another without malice, uninten- tionally whilo the slayer is in the com mission of some unlawful act, every such person shall be deemed guilty of man slaughter, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be imprisoned in the ponitentiary, and kept at hard labo...

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

V Poetry. EVELYN HOPE. BY ROBERT BROWNING. Tlesullful Evelyn Hope l1eal- Hit unci watch l.y her nidi- an hour, thai l her Ixiok-nlmlf. thin hef bed; She plucked Unit piece of geranium flower, Beginning to diu UK), lu the glj". Little htu vet been changed, 1 think The shutters' are shut, no light may pass, Save two Iouk ry UinnigU the hinge a chink. Sixteen years nl'l when she died! IVrhansMhii hail scarcely heard my name It was not her time to love : beside. Hor life had many a lne and aim, Duties enoiiKh and little cares. And now wan quiet, uow astir Till Und'i hand bec koned unaware, And the sweet white brow Is all of her, In It too late, then, Kvelyn Hope What, vour soul was pure anil tnic, The good stare met In your horoscope, Made you of spirit, lire, and dew And just because I was thrice as old. And our paths In the world diverged so wide, Kach was nought to each, must I be told? We were fellow mortals, nought beside ? No. tndced! for God aliove ; la prat to grant, as m uhty t...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 March 1875

y tf i m ...' i '.'AfiK aL: . fln.J 10 tarn Poetry. WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. iaMwu drlvlnor down the British Channel, HID Utty ffDn Mini in:""! u ind through the window panes.on floor and panel, Btreameu uie rea autumn nun, It glanced on flowing flag and r and rippling pennon, And.from the frowning rampart, the black cannon Hailed It with feverish ups, andwich and Romney.Hastlngs, Hythe.and Dotoi Were all alert thai uay, To see the French war steamers speeding over, . When the fog cleared away. ..n.. aiinnt. and like couchant Hons, Their cannon, through the night Holding their breath, had watched, In grim deft ance, TIM sea-count opposite. And ow they roared at drum-beat from their stations On every citadel; ... , , , Inch answering each, with morning salutations, That all was well. . And down the coast, all taking up the burden, Replied the distant form, As if to summon from his sleep the Warden And Lord of the Cinque Ports. Him shall no sunshine from the fi...

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. — 18 March 1875

4 The Democrat U tarnished to absoribora t 12 payttr, tl for six months; fifty ocnU lor throe mantlm, invariably In advanoe. .AuvRKrisEMKNTg, to Insure liwortlon, mul be llianded In by Wednesday noon. . OmiiKsi-oNDKNOii, containing important now.t oUcllcd from all parts of tho county. Writers u.me mid address required ou overy communlca- cbui private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONM WKKK Oneliu-'i, Two in lien, Three inches II Alt ami 4 A) lS Vx column, $ COT 10 i 16 0 Olio TV I Wl!l!Ki n inch, Two inches, Three Inches, it 0 - 4 10 CjllllllU, One M WliKKB. '4 column, I 0 01 U (r. 20 tO Till t'J Htm- Inch, Two inches, Tlinw inches, 112 00 17 00 25 00 'A 7 fiO One ' (INK MONTH. On Inch.- Two (lichen, Tlirw inches f 8 VI 7 00 10(X column, V, " Olio " 115 00 20 00 80 00 TIIltKl' MONTH). n inch, Two Inches, Three inches, I 800 . 1200 1600 ' column, 'A I Olio " $25 00 40 00 G5 00 HIJt MONTHS. One Inch, Two inches; Utirec Inches, 112 00 . 20 00 25 00 column, t 85 oo 00 00...

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. — 18 March 1875

Business Items. GYMNASTS I ' A number one horizontal bar for sale, cheap; good portable stago uprights and guy ropes with bar. Inquire at this olllco, , FIRST CLASS D WELLING FOR SALE. A good story and a-lmlf fralne house, containing lbr rooms. Terms easy. No. 81, Ciierry sireei, beleir railroad. foblltf . THE QUAKER CITY SHIRT. r. B, Albert Si Co. aro sole agents for this popu lar and rellablo Bblrt, pontlemen leaving their measures with us may rely on gutting the article and lit ordered. Mr. Strohn is ever on duty and aa always bo relied on, : mar4-2mos Biiam.TIoubu Wantbd. With water onvonient for a small family. Apply at this office BUGGY FOR SALE. A baggy In good running ordor, Including whip aa4 horse blanket, for twenty dollars. Gallon A. M. BLAKE, 85 Cleveland Avenue. TO INSURANCE AGENTS. We take pleasure in calling the attention of par lies wishing a Life Insurance Agoncy to the ad vertisement of the Berkshire Life Insurance Com pany to be found In another column. The Berk ...

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. — 18 March 1875

Ii Poetry. AWAKENING NATURE. BY HORACE SMITH. The bad l In the bough, and the leaf Is In the bud, And earth's beginning now In her veins to ieol the Whicb'wHrmed by summer1! tuu, In th' alembic oi tnc this, , , Prom her louul will overrun In a ruddy gush of wine. BY HORACE SMITH. Miscellaneous. PERSONAL. The grand-duiiRhter of Thomas Jeffer ion is in Washington, Becking employ ment for herself and son. According to Senator Jones, 70,000 More persons settled in California last yeartuan leu it. A Baltimore thief had one hundred and fifty hymn-books in his possession when the minions of the law gathered him in. Forney says that the water of Europe in ao bad that everybody drinks wine, but about that other little matter he says nothing. A little boy in Stockton, California, has twenty-eight toes. Fortunately his par ents are nth enough to employ help to keep his nails pared. Mrs. Ilahn, the heroine of the four babies of Baltimore, disbelieves me re port that a Chicago woman has performe...

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. — 18 March 1875

7 Wit Variety. Tim widow of the 'lute Confederate (ilnZXZm is a clerk In the Patent Oiliee, The fountain which LotU Crabtree' the , bus given to San Francisco cost $ 10,000. The man who prophosied a mild winter 1 Z had his ears froion three inches from the tips downward. The Press nays that Miss M Greeley and her sisterf Gabrielle, are going to Europe in the spring. Two little newspapers in Santa Bar- that her rival is an old maid. No Dioou jhedasyei. artesian wen in Mission mile and .. ..1 It IB VI Ml icei UBOU i ?Tr elewn inche. in to eter furnishes 100,000 gallons of pure fresh water every twenty-four hours. The bark Jorawur, from Liverpool to Calcutta, which was abandoned about SS 10& in the English channel has been ricked up by theeteams "in Azonan BS .and towed iiUo. tlymou Sound. The captors have gained aTich tX as the vessel is found to be com L'"?. CY., ii.tl the worse, considering ;,Vh 'muBtihave been tossing about. . c .. V-v.-niaoft urifn bv mistake took ,;"KodiVlnir...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 18 March 1875

8 B 'S' cmocrnt, i&nnton, Wdit Mmli IS, W75. Ohio Legislature. COLUMBUS, March 12, 1875. COLUMBUS, March 12, 1875. THE SENATE. Petitions and memorials were presont- Tliree House nndsix Senate bills were ead the second time and referred. BILLS PASSED. Mr. Miller's House bill to ttmond the Municipal Code in relation to assessments was pnssed. It provides that only when three-fourths of the owners in real estate hall petition for opening a street the tame shall be opened and assessed on the property benefited. The Senate took up Mr. Newman's bill to establish a House of Discipline and discussed it. It was lost. Mr. Paul's Senate bill to enable the Alum Creek Society of Friends to convey eertain real estate pissed. Mr. Morris' Senate bill to amend the Municipal Code so as to prevent the pas age of prohibitory ordinances in regard to the sale of wine, beer, and cider passed yeas 19; nays 12. The following is the voto: Yeas Messrs. Andrews, Curtis, Ellis, Fisher, Hudson, Laughlin, Mil...

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. — 25 March 1875

JI"lr7Vlt" ,.' V J II VI II fi.iQ :..,, r'if, 5";' vj; . J VOL. 41. N0.42. CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 25, 1875. A:-McGREGOR & SON, tuousntr The Democrat. It was expected that the special cession of the. Senate would terminate Wednes day. i Gov. Tii.dkn is trying to brenk up the "Canal Ring" in New York. The Canal Ring in that State amounts to something. A Fins in Tidioute, Pa., on the 22d, de stroyed nineteen places of business in the heart of the town, cunning a loss of $100, 000; insurance $20,000. We came into the Repository on the f,!st of May, 1874. Bascom. The very date brain softening was visible at once, and continues. Lou shifter aid don't avail. The Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot has its crow over the New Hampshire election as follows : "Two red Chnptressmen ulttliiff In the aim, 'Liig i'uuic8 'leolion hiy now there in one." Dr. Gasche, late of VVooster, commit ted suicide by shooting himself with a pistol at a hotel in Loudon ville. Whisky was the cause. Geo. Hardestv, Esq., of Ma...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 25 March 1875

Poetry. OLD BARN'S TENANTRY. BY B. F. TAYLOR. The rooster mIiiIIchiiii tho main'i'rt ledjo, He Iiiuj it lull line ai:iMilHr' e(B'i A miirnlml's plumaon liN afuhiin neck. An admiral's smite un his quarter deck, .1. Ho rules Iho roost and walKsthe tiny Willi a dreadful cold anil a I'urKUh wny, ' Two broaiUidt-H (Iron with hl ntjll wings, This kUllHii proud, of a (Inti ut knitjii , ' I I '..I II I : ' ': One gutterul ktitfli, four blasts of horn, Five runty syllable rouse the mom ! The Saxon lambs In their woolcil tnlut ' j Are playing school wjth their a( b,als; ; And a half-laugh whlnney tills the stalls ' When down In tho rack tliu clover lulls. The (love 1h waltzing around hll niiita Two ctewrom. black; on Ills wing of slate, And showing otrwlth a wooing noto Tho satin shine of his golden throat It is Ovid's "Art of Lnvo" retold. In lilndlng line of blue and gold I Ah, tho buxom girls that helped tho hoys, The nobler Helens of humbler Troys As they stripped the husk with rustling f...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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