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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 May 1875

Agricultural. FARM NOTES. SMALL FRUITS ON THE FARM. Tlio .S'wiM Fi'Hi Recorder says: "To mlvino a farmer to grow small fruits for market, and at tlio buiiio time carry on Win farming operationa, is something wc will not do. But there nre hundreds and thousand (if farmers who have a natural taste for fruit-growing, and to whom farming has become u drudgery espe cially that class who are not strong, to whom n change is desirable and neces sary." "To these wc would say, if you are liv ing within three or four miles of a good home market, and cities not far away by rail or steamboat, a change to fruit growii.g will be both profitable and pleas ant. The first thing to do, is to rent out most of your land, or let it out on shares, reserving your home, and say ten to twenty acres of land for your frui' growing operations, and if you have a love for the business and go at it syste matically and energetically, you will make moro money from ten acre of land, than vou have ever made from your ...

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. — 13 May 1875

Local News. Mb. Matt McCumis, Into of tho .St. Cloud Hotel, linii been unpointed Govern ment utori'ki'cpor for this district 8 wor thy appoint nu'iit. Tna St. Cloud wns formnllv opened ti Die traveling public on hint Momlny. We r compelled to deluy a fuller notieo of ii until next week. CRownHlinve vinifd the Opera limine during Tuesday and Vednendny even ings to eo tho' bountiful oratorio ofKn tier. The cantata was well rendered, and liie solos and thoruses were very tine. Prof. Ulukely is an etlioient manager and director A norss belonging to Inaau Voplepe anp.BituatedjuKt west oftlic fair grounds, was discovered to be on fire about 11 o'clock on Wednesday nipht, and burned to the pround. The nouse had been un dergoing repairs and was about ready for occupancy; wo have not learned tho amount of Ions. It was doubtless the work of an incendiary. Tns Youngstown Reijinttr anil Tribune. states that the fruit in that vicinity was not so badlv da mimed bv the late frosts s whs eenerallv ...

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. — 20 May 1875

yffl j fY w fl I i! NwitoteWw MB. w 1 i L I oil. VOL. 41. NO. 50. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 20, 1815. McGregor & son, Huusnirs A. he cmaqni Tun Republicans of Pittsburgh tire holding bolting conventions to appoint delegatestolheirState Convention. They seem to mean business and get out from the ring. Wb regret exceedingly Hint the crowd ed state of our columns this week pre vented the publication of City Engineer Coek'M report along with that of Mr. C'net-brough's. Tub Ohio State Jonmal, Republican, associates Governor Allen "with the in fant days of the Republic." It also speaks of him as "coming down to us from former ages." Rather complimen tary than otherwise, for we need some change to straighten out the wreck of "ages" we are uow enjoyingunderGrant It Co. The Social Science Association met on Tuesday in Detroit. The President 1. A. Wells delivered an address. He flpoke ou the mutual relations of capital and labor that never before could man pro duce eo much with a given amount ol ...

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. — 20 May 1875

Social Science. TENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. I'icthoit, May 11. The American So cuil Science A -u-oi-hiti'iii lu'iran it tenth niiunl inectiup l'i-'liiyiit thu City Hall. Anion)! th" iih'Ht prominent pci-Mins pres ent were : 1' i'" '' l'icrce mi. I w ife, if Harvard l'niverity; .hint' M. Hur niiril, Mr, liariunl, U.iiiialiel l'riulford, Misui'r Wikht, Win.C. 11. I'uU? and Mrs. J. E. I.'nl!f, 'f HoMon; Itt'inlvillf Ilium, Austrian Scti'tary of I.iyntion; l. A. Wi ll.-, til' Norwich, ('nun., PrcMlcnl ol' tint Association, iinil l. V. Lincoln, of lioslon, Secretary i.f the I t iurt nu tit of 2 1 fit I'll. Mr. David A. WeHs.ol' Coneeti flit, proi'lcd ami delivered till' 1 it until address. Altera Wiid'aud lorinal exordium Mr. Wells said: I propose asking your iiUeiition to tin' two uitcncies which, nioie Hum any jtlier.s, me (levcloiiiiK society, namely, !he iioluction or accumiiliiiion ainl the ..lislrihution of wealth, iiicuniiu,' therehy the ulniudaiiie of all th...

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. — 20 May 1875

Poetry. DEACON JONES EXPERIENCE. ARKANSAS CONFERENCE—1874. BY BRET HARTS. To'r rlictil when yuti lays It down, Painon, ' 1 ll ill Uiu Hush in wnoi null u suaim Anil to keep yum plow in .heiunoir When yerinll.e hi'ipim t larc Aln'l no sure thiiii'. Ami between 111, Tl:c i-auiu may bo ml J ol player. Why, 1 mood the Jokm. on the river, Of Uio boys, when the crltterf tax d That I d jinua die chun h, mm uivfcmuKer, Th n, u.uy l ye mind, wont ruiiud, ThiiUny 1 sat dov.i Willi Uiu iiuuhm-m,1 lu Uiu uiu cuiiip iiieeiin' gruilnd ! 1 il oo J all Hint; and I recKoii 1 might, ma pinch, suiod mi ro Kor lla boys, ihcy ri prestnl-i Haul, Anil 1 stands a the IliHK ul I lie l.uw, Ami II seemed ll kc a moral scrliiiiuukc In IiotUni agin tiinr jaw. Dill lliur'H t-riiRxvH a Chilstlun suffers, Ah liccii't Kit Uiul pretense TlniiK.i Willi no iimiai purpose, '1 lilies l', lll'K"t IKI sel.se; 111 ii iK" c'- somehow, mi pioiit Win niivvr tliuu lirot expense. Br linw! I wiinJM last cvchln' A llH'-lll till' ...

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. — 20 May 1875

TtiN DBJi'BT l funiWie.1 f) .H".riUni t H ,3r year, t U U month; Ally w"W "m' Duiittm, Invariably In i1viw. Ouhrmi'om.knck, e-niUlnluK Important now. ollo.ltc.l from all ru of Hie '"ty. Writer mh6 M.l 'l'l' r.ui.v.1 on every euuiniuiiliw tlim a private gUHnuileo of khI faith. nudncw ranlKOiie iMlur t'r !"' It yar. No .ajil luRert.nl ft ! Huiu th'tt dollar" lr year. Hindu Notice in I'ei'i '" ,lfth W' lriM.rt.Mfor ten rents per line earn nu-emm.. liiHcrted r.WlliiKi'T,l'enlyoen(a per line. No notice will h' lii'rtel for len titan tiny cent. Yearly whorll-em allowed llio privilege of hanglnu Uiolr mtvprtlseuiinU quarterly. Double column advertisement 2f. per iiml. ad ditional. AlltmnMem advertisement roust ho aeconn aied with the cah. At)VKRTti:MKNTH, to luMitt" Insertion, mut be nded In by Wednesday noon. Katea of wlvertMnj furnished on application, all oointmmlcnilonH to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. ESTAHLISHKD, A.D. I 833. A. McGEEGOR7Editor. Canton, Ohio. WITH SUPPLEMENT NO...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 20 May 1875

Business Items. (VxnptwHo l Yeast at Uu F.gle Mix Drug HARDWARE, CUE A V 11 A HI) WAR K. Whore? At W. II. Easig & Sou'". as thoy " ou hand attain wltli i complete (.Kick of new goods for tlio spring Hiilo. All persons will do well by al-ltiB to examine lliulr choice sek'Cllur.s. and hero you can senior sale the celebrated Kky mixa Corn Cuntkb. which In wcoud tn none fur tood work. Don't forgot th place. v . II. Kmin A Hon, upr2-w. Public! Square, Canton, 0. FIRHT CLASS DWELLING FOR SA l.K. A good story anil a half frame house, containing foci, rooms. Term. easy. No. l, Cherry street trtow railroad, foblltf THK QUAKER CITY SHIRT, t B Albert A t. are sole agentafor thin popu lar and reliable alilrt, GenUenien leaving Uiclr measures with us may rely on gfttltin the article mid fit ordered. Mr.Htrohn I ever on duty and an always bo relied on. mart-Smi THE IRON CITY COLLEGE Jstheonly Institution of Hie kind in thlsclty that wt recommend to the public puU-oiiage.-IVcwovte-rtm Bimner, ...

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. — 20 May 1875

Poetry. BURNS AND BEECHER. [The following poem was written by Mrs. J. Webb, of Scotland, sixteen years ago. on the occasion the appointment of Henry ward Beecher a lecture at the celebration of Burns' 100th anniversary, 1859.] 1 learn the tank has fa'n to you To K' e Uie bard n' Ayr his due; Kilt ue him col; Re kopt sweet Charily In view. K en for the De'll. His few ania' fau'U ye neeilna tell; T oik say ye're no' o er Kiiid yersol , Hut De ll limy care; din ye're but hull as guld a Itab, We'll auk nue malr, Then dlnna seek to And a Haw; But o'er his fau't- a mantle thraw, And li'iive the rest To lllm who made mid tried (lie heart; He kens the bent. A century hence, and wha can tell V hat uuty beta' your culiule sel' I Hume holy preacher MnytaK'thecudKcIs uptorano (U'd Harry Heecher. I hu'o line iloiiht ye'd like to Ken Wha 'tis Ink s up the 11111,1 'l11'1' I'1'" To write tint" rhyme; The Knowledge would be little worth I'm past my prune. , But when a lassie, ynunir ami fair, I've w...

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. — 20 May 1875

Variety. Tiik Ni'W Orleans I'icnyiiim snys: "It Is Htinmlt'il tlmt tho'friiit yii'Id tliiHSiiiiiiner will he (iiaiiniiic i nut or lust yea', hihI tlin liirL'i'Ht tver known in t lie South. In this hIiiiihIiiiicu Louisiana is to oiler thfi lirstlruit crcin -lio Iiiih ever proilnceil. onstU.Trtntr the exiuiiHive ttrop expect oil, we would not he surprised to see pentlies durin'the season iih low hh thirty or forty cents h hox. drupes, it, is said, will lie in exiwsivt supply, at prices, too, within the reach of all." liiiiiKim'oiiT. Coiineclii'ut, Iiuh a lmiint inn woe in the shape of u limn who pets other men s money in a legitimate way which doesn't seem legitimate. The man in question U a trim, peiitfel fellow, whose plan of operations is to walk into store, inquire the price oi (lillerent ar ticles, then to nte on the scales with n pleaKunt remark retMrdiii)? the weight of (lillerent people. Jieiog Hociaiile, lie ot fers to hot that the proprietor can not jjim'hh within fifty or s...

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. — 20 May 1875

iiifii PEERLESS The Farmers of 0. RUSSELL & CO., CANTON, OHIO. SOLD EXCLUSIYELT OW ITS MERITS. Stark County are SELF-RAKING REAPER, M-ADE BIT invited to call at the Works and inspect it, or send for Descriptive Circulars. NE W A D VER TISEM EN 75V. ROPE SPLICING JOHN II. ADAMS would respectfully inform th ' farmer ami public generally, that he In pre: partdto splice ami tlx rope of all kind. Per on. having anything of the kind to be done wilt do well by calling on hltn. Orders left at the Dicmochat olHce. or at hi residence, corner Third Mid Poplar street, Cautou.Ohio, will be promptly I LEGAL SHERIFF SALE. Hemhill 4 Hamlin & Thomas Carl in va Alliance Rolling Mill Co., ct al. By virtue of two executions issued from the eourt of oommon pleas of Stark county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for mile at public out ery, In the town of Alliance, on Man-hy, Urn 31irt day of May, 1875, tbo following described personal property, to wit : About one hundred and (my ton of Kall...

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. — 27 May 1875

ill mf$ "fllW u M0OTL P & m law J 'l '. J. VOL. 41. NO. 51. CANTON, OHIO, MAY 27, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, huuusners he cmoqni B all mentis rend the Pennsylvania Dciudi letter in this paper. One appears regularly every weok by arrangement. Neighbor Bascom & Co., seem anx ious to "fire the Northern heart" again, and to galvaniie the "bloody shirt." This Is why he says "third term is a hum bug." It interferes. The reign of the carpet bagger and the military satrap has apparently come to aA end in Louisiana, and the troops are to be withdrawn. This fact is not very enconraging to the Third Termers. Ckharihh or not Cesarism, third term or not third term, are tho questions now Agitating our Republican friendsand their journals. It w a big question too biu for any power but the mighty people. They will reach out and settle Cesarism 1 Tiik Cleveland Hemld does not sewn to think "third term a humbug." It says: "The County Convention next Satur day should express itself on the th...

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. — 27 May 1875

Poetry. THE MUSIC—GRINDERS. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Thire an thru- way In hlch men taKO (Hie' muiccy from Ids imrw. Anil wry haul U In to tell Willi li ol llio tlirue li worse; Hut nil l them bad enough To niiike a UHy curse. You're riding mt some pleasant iluy, Ami i-minllng up yuiii -gains ; A t'elliiw jiiui li in out a linsh, Ami takes your burse's ruins, AniilliiT hints mjiim? words about A bullet lu )our hniiim. It's hnnl to meet such proving friends In in h a Imit-ly ; it's very hard to lusc ymir cuxh, Hill hauler lu lie shut; Anil so ynii liikc your wallet out, Though yi u wuulil rathur tint. Perhaps you're g'itii' out to dine, Borne lillhy creature W'gs You'll lieiir hmii the niiinuu ball Thul carried oil 'Inspt-gN, Ami ihiyn It i ft dreadful thing For men to lose tlielr legs. lie tells vo of III starving wife, His children to be fed, l'oor little, lively Innocents, All cliiiuiT'ius for bread, -And so y'U kindly kelp to put A bachelor to bed. You're sitting on your window-...

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. — 27 May 1875

Poetry. DON'T FORGET THE OLD FOLKS. Don't foiyut the old fulkn. Love them more anil more Ah they, with inishrluklnit feet, Near the "shining shore, Ixjt your words bt tender, Loving, soft ami slow; Let their last days be the best They have known below. DON'T FORGET THE OLD FOLKS. Miscellaneous. GAMBETTA AND THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. Now thut Russia ami England luive put the military party in Germany under homlH to keep the peace of Europe, tlio rest of the world fan afford to divert its attention for a while from the palavering of potentates to the really scrioim and wonderful work of political i0 isolidation which is going on in France. After niak ing the calculations of her enemies ridicu lous in respect to her material interests, by the opulence of liet resources and the financial skill with which she lias availed herself of them, this extraordinary coun try is now astounding her best friends by ihe practical good sense with which she in workinc out her political salvation. Vonr years...

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. — 27 May 1875

TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO. DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., May 6th, 1875. Tcthe Iiemntravy of Ohio: At a meollnir ir the Homo, rallc Slato 'eitrnl ftiZ 1 I ""J ' '1'', i,UM 10 ,'"'ltl JK,ml-n.lla HtoU. Convention at the 0.a lllOUHt IllCOlllllilXlli, till Thursday, June 17, 1875,. . t II o'clock A. M.i for Uib purpoHC of nominating ciii.ll ai Ui be v U .1 for nn tV- Second Tuiwiay next, for U.e f"Ho SU.IC (nllce,.., lo wit: fiovernor ; Lieutenant Governor; Attorney General ; One Supreme Judge; Auditor; Treasurer, and ,,,,- i One Member of Board of Public W orks. The ratio of reproaeuUitlon In the Convention -111 lew follows: One delegate for wh county, Z 1 In Adtllt on thereto one delegate for every five ?utl"V vote, J one for 'T0'1"!! ' yrVof KtaU under which apportionment lie ESnlftZliwUl tow.UU.dCo the following uumtwi of delegate : ft damn "tk 4 I'u',,, .n il. tabula : ''or"1" - ? Carn.ll Ferrer X .n;amgn...v.:.......s , (riermoni'." Mnniiromery ' Clinton J '"K"" J C...

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. — 27 May 1875

Business Items. Oomprotsod Yeastattho Kagle Block Drug Store FIFTY DOZEN Hair, nail.tooth and ahavliiRbrUHhcs, Jiwt received at the Eagle Itldck Drug Store, iiiOhlto the Court Houao. LARGE Crowds of ladles visit 0. A. Wlntorbaltor's dally, nd secure rure bargains In millinery and faucy jooda. CW1 and do likowlso. FIRST CLASS D WELLING FOR SALS. A good story and a-half frame house, containing Your room. Terms easy. No. 91, Cherry street, below railroad. Ifcblltf WASTED 8ordo-on Bant Seventh street, between Wal nut and Cherry; or, northcart corner of 7lh and Hex streets. K. D. KEPLINGKR 7 now In Mew York purchasing his stock of good ibis season. Lookout for cheap summer goodi p. K's, Llneuii, Ac, at 25 per cout. lew than If pur bmd earlier In the season. FOR RENT. A large room on the third floor, on the Public Square; suitable for lodge or socloty room. En ,Ulre Of 0- A- WlNTKKHALTHR. THE QUAKER CITY S11IR T. T B Albert Co. are sole agents for thlspopu .tar and reliable shirt, Gontlem...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 27 May 1875

Poetry. CHARITY. If we Know the cares nl crossei Crowding round our nelgh-xim way, If wt knew the little low. Sorely grievous, (lay by day, Would we then as mien chide him Fur lit lack of Unlit and tain, leaving on hl heart a shadow. Leaving on our minds a slain? If we knew the cloud aliovo in Held but gentle blessings there, Would we turn away all trembling, In our blind and weak despair 7 Would we shrink from Utile shadows Flllting o'er the dewy grass, If we knew the bird ol Kiluu W ere In mercy Hying past? If we knew the silent story Quivering through the heart of pain. Would we drive it with our coldness Hark to haunts of vice sguin 7 Lite hath many a tanked crusting, Joy hmli many a break of woe ; But the checkH u nrwashed are whitest, Kept In Hie are tlowere of snow, Let us reach Into our bosoms For the key to others' lives, And Willi love toward erring nature, Cherish good lliat still survives; So that when our disrobed spirits Soar to realms of light above, We may suv : " De...

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. — 27 May 1875

lw glctiwqnt. Mrs. Lincoln. A VERDICT OF INSANITY RENDERED. Chicago, May 19. In the County Court the trial of the question of the sanity of Mrs. Lincoln, widow of Abra ham Lincoln, came up to-day. The pro ceedings were based on a petition hied by Robt, T. Lincoln, setting forth that his mother, Mary Lincoln, has property and effects exceeding seventy-five thou sand dollars; that she is non compos mentis, and incapable of managing her estate, and praying for the issuance of an order for a warrant and venire to test the question of her sanity. The petition was accompanied by a certificate of the family physician, Dr. Ishan, to the effect that hp had examined Mrs. Lincoln, and was of the opinion that she was insane, and a lit subject for hospital treatment. . Several witnesses testified to eccentrici ties in the conduct of Mrs. Lincoln which commenced with the assassination of Mr. Lincoln, and which have become miore marked as time progressed. She imag ined she heard voices in the wall...

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. — 27 May 1875

PROCEEDINGS OF SCHOOL BORAD. WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 26. Want as, The committee of builders appointed to examine the West School Building, have reported the same in its present condition dangerous and unfit for school purposes; ana Wliercas, The largely increased and increasing number of school children in this district demands greater facilities and more room than all the present buildings afford; and Whereas, There is pressing need at this time to provide additional new school buildings suitably located to ac commodate the pupils, and furnish them with equal school privileges, vii : in the southeastern part of the first ward; in second aiid third wards of the west part, and a building for High and Grammar School purposes, centrally located; and Whereas, To provide said buildings and purchase sites for them will require about one hundred thousand dollars, a sum greater than the Board is allowed by law to levy any one year; and Whereas, The Board believes that sound public policy dem...

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. — 3 June 1875

VOL. 41. NO. 52. CANTON, OHIO. .IUNH ;!, I8?r. a. McGregor & son, tuousmrs The Democrat. ' Tiiuiihday last week was a bud day for grasshoppers, a pelting rain destroyiig millions o them. Quant on the third term : "lie would ot; but he could: he might no yet ho may. . TriKiiit is ono striking omission in the Lancaster resolves. They failed to indi cate what dinpoHition should bo nmdoof $1.70 in the State Treasury. SroTTRi) Tail and Mr. Delano, Grant's Secretary of the Interior, had a talk last week. From all accounts but little hristian lovo exists between them. It is tald tlio Delano & Company have made money out of tho Indians by the Govern ment. Among the names suggested for nom ination at tho Democratic State Coi ven Uon, we notice that of Anthony Ilowells of Stark county, in connection with the State Treasnrership. lie is spoken of as Marion Mirror. Wnflnd the followiugcotidonsedstatis tins concerning Ohio's finances and tax ation which may bo of interest to our readers....

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. — 3 June 1875

Poetry. LEXINGTON. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. filnwlv tint nilM i)'er thi' meadow wat. creeping, iC L Mirli, wlilie his children wore Ric tin- mV n'bl ami ilimM?wd IiIm gun. Waving her gulden veil KVIT ItlC Hlltllit tlRle, , U.ilhe loosed the urnming mi collage and spue , lIll-llC'l Wa III pHNlng sign. While from li milile ye Flashed the lat "parUc of liberty's lire. in Uie rnnoiil.il green where the frih leaf Issprlng ill Calmly the ilit Wn of glory have met; , Hark I llie di-utli-vullcy around them In ringing! lwal will" Helr Hle-MiHMl the young gras is wet ! Kainl is llie feeble breath, Murmuring low in death, "Tell toour ws Imw their embers have illel ; Ncverllie'iw the iron hmul, Killed for Its native land. .i by the eK)n tlmt bUmihi" at Its side. Over the hill "ides the wild Km ll 1 tolling. From their far humid. the yeomanry come ; Ah through thu stirm-cloiulh Hie thunder burst rolling. Circle tl' Ih iii of the iiiu'tcringdrum. Knsl on the soldier's path Darken the wsviw of wr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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