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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 July 1875

Poetry. THOU AND I. BY PHŒBE CARY. Strango, strange for thee and nie , i Badly afar, t Thou safe, beyond, above, 1'ntMiUi the star ; Thou where Bower doatblcss spring, ! where they fade : Thou In Cod's paradise, 1 I 'mid the shado. Thou where each gale breathe balm, I tcniicHtUcd; Thou where true Joy It found, I where 'tis lost. . , Thou counting age thine, , 1 not tho morrow j. Thou Icamnigmoroof bliss, 1 .1.1 more ol sorrow. Thou In eternal peace, , 1 'nildeaith'a strife; ,. rhou where cire hath no name, , . I whero 'tl life. Thoulthout need of hope, : I where 'tie tain; ' Thou with wlugs dropping light, I with tlrae'n chain. fltrang, strango for thee and me, ' 1 Loved, lnvlngevir; ; Thou by Llfo's deathless fount, I near Death's river; ' . Thou winning Wisdoin'Moro, I strength to trust; Thou 'nenth tho Seraphim, " I in the dust, . . E 1 ' It never pays to iret and growl . When fortune Kiems our foe ; ' Tho bolter bred will push ahead , And strike, .the braver blow. For Pick Is wo...

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. — 22 July 1875

TbiDmocbat U furnished to subscribers at 12 per year, II for tlx montbi ; flay oenti for three Booths, Invariably In advance. CoMiwwMDRKCi, oonUliilng Important uew,t oliclted from all parts of the oouoty. Writers tame and address required on every oommuntoa Ion m a private guarantee of food faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No rd Uuerted for lea than three dollar! per year. Business Notices In Item oolumns on fifth page, Merted for tenoeuU per line each Insertion. If Merted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will be Inserted for leu than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the prtvUoge of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad' ditlonal. A 11 transient advertisement, must be accompa Sled with the cash. ABTxsTisKMitm, to Insure Insertion, must be banded In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to a. McGregor a son, Canton, Ohio, lw tmoqnl ESTABLI...

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. — 22 July 1875

Business Items. THE BAZAR PATTERNS Can be bad at Un, A. E, Smith's touth end of quar; also, pure ice cream, Boat waier ui vou, foolionery. FOR SENT. The well known residence of Dr. Low Sliuaer, on South Market atreot, wilt be for rout tiler the lBlh of August. The houae hta til the modern conve nience, gas, cooking rtngo, hot tnd cold water bath rooma, Ac. For tonne call upon David zoi- lm. jy2M tVTNAM SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES At MNKIVIM.I. OHIO, The fall term of thla Institution will commence September 9th, under the lupervlaiou of Rev. E Buckingham tnd wife. Circular can be had on application to the Principal, Zanwrvllle, C, July 17th, 1878. A good Jenny Liud top carriage for ale cheap. For particular enquire or ; Di-J.oraio, jyis-o CaaaWy Block, FOR BALK OR TRADE. The undersigned wlshe to aell hia property near the Canton depot, and located on Tenth and Cher ry atreebi. Thla ia a valuable property, with four .building thereon, and will be aold entire or in three parte. Bald prop...

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. — 22 July 1875

Poetry. Poetry. WHEN I WENT FISHING WITH DAD BY M. E. VANDYNE. '"Wlien ! was boy I'm an old man now ; w 1,00k at the line across ny brow ; 'i Old Time has furrowed, them there. ' ''My back in lent and my eyed arc dim j He ha placed hi finger on ovrfyllmh, And pnllcd out most of my hair. i " But if DTo ha reached Dorcmbcr, i ; i Tm not too old to remember l ii .ii when I went fishing with dad, I i . ; . Wa would each of u shoulder bis part of the load, .And Joyfully start along tne roau- Bul dad's was th heaviest share, i, Outof the village about a milo, ' Over a meadow, across a stllo, ' " And then we were almost tliere. ' Dear old brook, I pan we it still, ( : , 1 1 The mosny hank and the old gray mil), ,1 : Where I went fishing with dad. k We would wander about for a little spai o , To find the codest, shadiest place, Before we went to work. . i ' l Than dad would arrange his rod and lino, .Ami U!ll me Just how to manage mine When the h begun to Jerk. , If I only could feul as I u...

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. — 22 July 1875

Poetry. THE ORIGIN OF YANKEE DOODLE. BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. Oiico on a time ulil Johnny Bull flew la a raging fiirv. 'n,lwnrp that Jonathan should havo no trials, ai bv inrv: That nu elections should be held across the briny water : Anrl nun Skill lin "I'll tux the TRA of all hit SOUS ftnil ilitiiihlet-M." "Theo down he sate In burly state, and blueter'd ' like a grandee, kA in dirialnn made a tune call'd "Yankee doo- . rfUrfanrlv" . : "Yaukeo doodlo"-those are facts Yaa- i: kee doodle dandy: ' My aon of wax, your tea I'll tax ; yuu Yankee doodle dandy." John sent the tea from o'er the lea, with heavy duties rated : v wKothor hnwn or bohca I never heard it 1 hen Jonathan began to pout-he laid a strong omb&nro 'I'll drink nom, by Jovel" so he threw over- hoard the cargo. Then Johnny sent a regiment, big words and looki tA handv. ' f whom martial band, when near the land, play'd "Tankee duodle dandy." ' ' , i ryankee doodlerkeep it up Yankee f. doodle dandy- . - ,rill poison with a ...

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. — 22 July 1875

PR0SPEC1US. ' Established A. D. 1833. imb am DEMOCRAT FOR THE The DEMOCRAT was one of the Interrifled" organs that advocated two jean ago the election of Governor Allen ! And we are still firm in the faith and Mklous in the cause. The country needs tamest and capable men to manage our rtablic affairs. No political party is wor- tjiy of confidence that will not denounce public robbery and repudiate public roD' ARE DEMOCRATIC WATCHWORDS. AMD TRUE REPRESENTATIVES. INOHIOTHISFALL, We Inaugurate the PRESIDENTIAL CAMI'AIGN of 1876. Jaad'ourSufTeringand Oppressed Country aeeds now a change as badly as it did 4NE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. I this great and important work Stark County Democrat will la bor earnestly to return to the Imomical anil Just Administration ! Til E PENNSYLVANIA 8 mm ULI BY SAMMY SCHNITZLER. Make a notable ftnd interesting feature of the Dumocrat. These letters are worth more than the price of the paper for I hey are full of pith and point. The DEMOCRAT DURING THE CAMPAIGN FR...

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. — 29 July 1875

J ....ill .s.r.l-'r ?25J;ityH fc,18 ffitf v (4V;! , wMr v INS !i:W?MiPi- VOL. 42. NO 8. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 29, 1875. il. McGREGOR & SON, hiousher. 1 ix. 1 1 1 The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Webek of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. Judob Tiiufman will make Ins opening speech in Mansfield, Saturday afternooii, July 31st. The National Bankers' Convention at Saratoga, N. Y. last week resolved in fa ,(i vor of specie resumption. A very, Grant's chief clerk of the Treasury Department has been indicted for complicity in the whisky frauds. Mr. Cowles, editor of the Cleveland Leader, was assailed in his oflice Satur- day last. He will probably blame the Pope. Let our Republican editors, who are harping about the "rag baby," state what party thrust the nasty thing upon the country. Yellow fever has broken out at Pensa-...

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. — 29 July 1875

Poetry. Poetry. ZERO IN THE SUN. JU rail tracks shorten In the By Nature's great niclalio law, ( Jtoiihrliiks the man of Iron mould, Whenthese rude winds their weapons draw Ilioee "eager aire" of Icy breath, Whoxe myrald poniards, plerehlng, chilling' :rem dealing back a vengeful death, For cuts of that proverbial shilling, 3'be fuel venders think their stars, That Lehigh higher yet must go, and babies cuddle close to Mars, Because the Mercury Is so low; And Sunday at the twilight hour, Once lit by flames of tender Venus, VHy flame bewails, with visage sour, The coolness that has come between us, Z:& fly to her, I'd break the loe, By axing like an honest man ; Sot breaking ice Is not so nice, When it means, Fancy, be my Fan ! 'When ghosts of frown smiles benumb The loving lips that shiver bluely; nd when tie cool reply may come, "Ask pal" and pa Is Mr. Ooolcy. S'U don my double worstedtose i III pile my grate with embers bright; !'1 read my Bums and toast my toes. And slngthe so...

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. — 29 July 1875

Poetry. "THE BOYS." IThe following lines, by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, appeared In Uie Atlantic Monthly for Feb ruary, 1861, They wore written, ll Ib said, for a festive gathering of his old clawmates-,'Thi' Boys" of Harvard College. Has there any old fellow got mixed with the hoys? If there has, take him out without maki..g a nolsel Hang the Almanac's cheat and tho Catalogue's spite ! Old Time is a liar! We're tweuty to-night I We're twenty! we're twenty! who says we are more? He's tipsy young JacKanapes! show him the door! "Gray temples at twenty?" Yes, white If you please: Where the snow flakes fall thickest there's noth ing to freeze! Was it snowing I spoke of I Excuse the mis take Look close you will see not the sign of a flake. We want ime new garland, for those we hare shed ADd these are white roses in place of tho red I We've a trick, we young fellows, you may have been told, Of talkine (In public) as If we were old That boy we call "Doctor," and this we call 'judge' It's a...

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. — 29 July 1875

Thb Dkmoorat 1 furnished to subscribers att2 per year; II for six month; fifty ceuta lor throe months, Invariably In advance. CoRRF.srosDKNte, containing important new.s solicited from all parts of the county. Writers name and address required on every coinmunloa lon an a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per Hue P" yer' No rd inserted for less than three dollars per year. Bualnen Noticed In Item columni on flftli page, nserted for ten cents per line each insertion. If nserted In reading milter, twenty cent per line. No notice will lie Inserted for less than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 26 per cent, ad ditional. AH transient advertisement must be accompa nied with the cash. ' Advkrtiskmrntk, to insure Insertion, rotw. bo handed In by Wednesday noon. Rate of advertising tarnished ou application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. The ...

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. — 29 July 1875

Business Items. FOR RENT. The well known resilience of Dr. Lew Bluster, on South Market street, will be for rent after the lOlli of August. The house has all the modern conve niences', gas, cooking rango, hot and cold water, bath rooms, Ac, For terms call upon David Zol- ixn. , Jr PUTNAM SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES AT ZANESVILLE, OHIO. The fall term of this Institution will commence September 9th, under the supervision of Rev. K Buckingham and wife. Circulars can be bad on application to the Principal, Zanusvllle.0., July 17th, 1875. FOR SALE OR TRADE. The undersigned wishes to sell his property near the Canton dopot, and located on Tenth and Cher ty streets. This Is a valuablo property, with four -buildings thereon, and will be. sold entire or In three parts. 8atd property will be traded for a good farm. For furtherparticulani enquire on the premises. Henry Becker. JuuelO'75-tf. THE ANNUAL MEETING Of the Disciples of Stark county, Ohio, will com mence August 6th, 1875, at 2 o'clock ?...

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. — 29 July 1875

Miscellaneous. AN OLD MURDER CASE. CRIME IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. [New York Times] About the middle of century Nicholas Znmbelli, a citizen of Lucca, visited England on business, anu, pleased with the country, Bettled there, ilia affairs prospered, and by the tiuio he was fifty years of ago he bad accumu lated a handsome fortune, and felt a do sire to end his days at Lucca, where a brother of his still resided. He wrote to his family announcing his intention, and soon after sent them another letter, dated at Rouen, stating that he had advanced thus far on his journey ; that he hud some business to attend to at Paris, and might be expected to reach Lucca in sbout two months. Nearly half a year eliipsed, however, and nothing was heard of him. His brother, extremely anxious as to his fate, set out for Taris in search of him. He visited every place where the missing man was likely to have pre (sented himself in the course of his busi ness, and in his search seemed, at first, to meet ...

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. — 29 July 1875

Variety. HUMOROUS. Minor events Births. "Generally speaking" Women. Statute of limitations The act of lim iting a man to one wife. New proverb Never waste your time; waste somebody else's. Boys seo tboir palmy (lays when they arrive at a spanking age. , It is said that Dipger Indians are nev er known to smilo. They are grave Diggers. It is a saddening bj eetacle to see peo ple squander money, and know that you can't help them do it. The third husband of a fascinating wo man spout his last breath in imploring her not to marry till after the funeral. A Milwaukee lady who paid $50 to have a wart removed from her nose, now wants to know what's become of the nose. A Northern man who wintered In Florida brought home 1,5S3,450 flea bites and an alligator's tooth as trophies of his visit. The Springfield Republic has a femalo compositor that weighs 100 pounds, and yet she bothers the foreman for "fat" everjfday. The story of a man who had a nose so laige that he could not blow it without th...

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. — 29 July 1875

55 ?5.S. H o o o o o TJ o 0 x o "J w CD H 0 CO o 1 S B 3 sr. rf 3 8 0 - w 5 3 3 p- r e- 3 a c M 0 T. o M o 3 C ( I 3 I - S O I Z S 2. 5' 09 . frJWW J H J D a ja to n -, i i Ha. c 2 3 3 8 1-333 0 5o a 5T B J' so a ft o 2 W a 0 g. " 2, S H 0 S. SI 3 5 72 o w ft o c CD 3) 3 C C 3 r - S if w a . ; 2 : 5?: : we-: CO sift r r r? 2. IS m N z0 r H W I o 1 cc 5 P?3- t 1 a 3 3 c w 0 W 5 a 0 o o CO o Co s LUMBER, CONTRACTING, &C. JOHN WILLIS, F. J. BENSKIN, JOSEPH SHERLY WILLIS, BENSKIN & CO., LUMBER DEALERS CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS, AND MAN UFA C TVKEES OF 11$, 1UIS, SASH, MOLDINGS, Window and Door Frames, Wood Turning and Scroll Sawing HAVING added the Contracting and Building Department to our business recently, and taken Into partnership Joseph Sherly, well known to be one of the best contractors in the city, and being Lrage Lumber Dealers, and doing our owu manufacturing, are prepared to take contracts for anj kind of building. Parties wishing to build can have their work all go...

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. — 5 August 1875

r-rftj(f -v 'j.VT. . 2f VOL. 42. NO 9. CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 5, 1875. a. McGregor & son, Houan it ,., ...... ...... ..H4----tvi-':. !jjrrrf.ii;.f iv.k ' r.". : foil i 'ItM $ : nWfifffsf" The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weiier of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Coi Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. Tub Kentucky election returns come in slowly, but show an increased vote and large Democratic gains. A call has been made for a State Convention of Ohio Infirmary Directors at Columbus on the 8th of September. Donaldson, the icronaut and his com panion, who ascended at Chicago about two weeks ago, not having been heard of, are given up aa lost. The failure of the great New York banking house of Duncan, Sherman & Co. has caused great consternation among Americans traveling in Europe. Thb defalcation in the Collector's office in St. Louis is set down at...

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. — 5 August 1875

The Democrat. VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE OHIO DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. 8. That the contraction of the cuiren cy heretofore made by the Republican iwirtv. and the farther contraction pro Honed bv it with a view to the forced re sumption of Bpeeie paymeut, has already brought disaster to the business or the I'ountrv. and threatens it with general bankruptcy and ruin. "We demand that . this policy be abandoned, and that the -volume of currency be made and kei vHual to the wants of trado, leaving the ifestoration of Wal-tenders to par with sold to be brought about by promoting the inuiiHiries oi uie iieuine, hoi ura troying them. 9. That the policy already initiated bv ll.o Roniil.lipuri nurlv of H hi ) t i Mil i tl CT lcL'ilt- '.tenders and giving National Banks the a 1. .. I. ilinfiniviinitif will in. Dower w iuriiiu un uici,uiiun. n4 .. creaHe the power of an already dangerous snonopoly and the enormous burdens ow oppreHHing uie people; wiuiuui any oompensating advantage, and that we op pose...

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. — 5 August 1875

Poetry. THE LAST LOOK. Ulioy say the yearn since last we rr.et Have wrought sad change In Uiee ; That It were bettor to forget Our youth's fond history. And yet I fain would clwp that hand, Would moet those eyes once more, One moment by thy aide would itand, As I have stood of yore. They say the very tones that thrill'd My heart, and dlnim'd my eyes, N'W. by the cold world i blighting chlll'd, I tcarce might recognize, And yet I long to hear thee speak, Repeat tome bygone strain, Although the charm I there Bhould seek Were listen'd for In vain, would not wish the years roll'd back, Could such a choice be mlno, Nor falter In the onward track, Though sever'd far from thine But pilgrims may from hard-won bights, Receding homeB survey, And give a sigh to pant delights, Yet. sighing turn away. SOME OTHER DAY. BY F. E. WEATHERDY. Colinctte and Colin stand Ily the mill-side, hand in hand ; He Is asking, fond and fain, When she'll meet hlra there again. Pleading with a lover's power That sh...

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. — 5 August 1875

TnPt.Mc hat It I'umU'huil to subscribe aU2 ijm yr, II for ! months; BlUy oet ' throe 'is.noUm, InvmljtUly in mlviiiu'e. ro.KtJrKit:-i'C. ei.nlaiiuntr Important now, 1iciHI fmin nil part "f the county. Writers um ami addrekt required on every coiniuunlca :iuu m a private guuntiiltv iif good faith. Business Cards one dollar lr Hue lr )' No rd iiiM-rlo 1 for tltHti three dollars per year. ttmtw Ntid' i" I uim columns on tmii pane, UKrVdfnr ten cents r line each insertion. II BfcjrtKl In readmit matter, twenty cent per lino. -Wo notice will I' inserted f"r lu ihRii ClVly rente. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of .UutiiK tl.-lr adsertl-emeiil quarterly. Iwftih ivi inin advcrtiM-inuiM per eeut. ml- . 11 transient Advertisement must bt acconipa uuml wilh tin- cash. A.ovtHiinKMvsTH, to insure lTist'rtion, murt be Aaaided In by Wednesday non. til of advertising furnished on application iadfc1 ail rommiitili atlons to A. MctiKWiOR A SON, Canton, Olito. The Democrat. ESTAHLISHED, A.D....

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. — 5 August 1875

Business Items. Pootob Rivknbukoii will remain it thedgden House in this placo till the Ifith Int-t. Let sum merer and stutterers who want to be cured inlto iiotloe. . . ' 1 i I i i k I Business Items. BAY HORSE FOR SALE. i years old. Good traveler, Call at . . , , , Bikchklk & Sciiwai.h CanW.n, 0. GREAT BARGAINS In ladles and gents' hosiery at the 99 rent sU.ro 4 opera House block. , T0 KA'T. The well known residence of br. U'W SlusW, on South Market street, will be for rent after the 1Mb of Augusr. The house has all i tiio modern conve niences, ms. cooking range, hot and cold water. bath rooms, 4c. For terms call upon David Zol Un. ir&i i'UTNAM SEMINARY FOR YOVNG LADIES AT IANK8VILLK, OHIO. , , , The fall term of this Institution will commence S-pteniber 9th, under the sujiorvislon of Rev. E Buckingham and wife. Circular can be had on Application to the Principal, Zanesvlllo, 0., July 17lh, 1875. FOR SALS OR TRADE. 'Irie undersigned wishes to sell his property near 4he Can...

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. — 5 August 1875

Poetry. POETIC EXCERPTS. WHAT THE BIRDS SAY. Po yon uk wbt the bird My ? , The sparrow, the dove, Tb linnet and thrush say, "I lore, and I lovol" In the winter they're allent. the wind Is o itrong ; TV hat it says I don't know, but It sings loud song. . But giwn leaves an blossoms, And sunny wann weather, And tinging and loving, And come back together, But the lark to o brimful of gladness and love, The green fields below him, the blue sky above, That he sings, and he sings, and forever lings he "I lovo my love, and my love loves me." —Coleridge. AFAR FROM HOME. I iwe a shadow In a chad , I see a shadowy cradle go; 1 hear a ditty, soft and low: The mother and child are there I At length the balm of sleep is shed ; . One bed contjtliiB my bud and flower: They sleep and dream, and hour by hour Goes by. while angols watch Uie bed. Sleep on and dream, ye blessed pairl My prayer shall guard ye night and day; Ye guard me so, ye make me pray, Ye make my happy life a prayer ! AFAR FROM HOME...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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