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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 October 1875

"VOT YOU LIVES ON, ANY WAYS." , A citiaott'of 'JJuleilpi iO,the ordinary current of inibliieKfl, tieuiiiro possessor of the note of a Gviumn Hiiloon-keeper. The note bet:oinln; dtie.iie took it to the party and presented It for payment. The man was not prepared to liquidate hiH obligation, and naked for an extension of imo. Tliirt being granted, and the con dUioim settled properly, be was turning to'leave when the German wiid : "Slioost vait von leedle whiles, unt I gifa you tun gla8 goot pecr." ' ' . V "No, I thank you, 1 don't drink beer," was the reply." : "Veil den, I giflt you veoHkees dot is petter as Btf ,; ' '. ' . t "No, tlmhlt yW. I don'tdrink whiskyi" "fcShol den, I know how I tix you; 1 hkt goot vines" jerking down a bottle with a flourish. , Again the; quiet "No, thank you, I don't drink wine." "Votl you don trinks noddings; veil, I jflft you ein good shegar." Ojico oiore ",No, thank you, I don't nioke." "Mum Oott," exclaimed the Dutch man, throwing up both hands, "no p...

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. — 14 October 1875

PLAN ISO MILLS. GREMMINGER & WALLACE. proprietors of D ii Ills u Manufacture of Doors, Sash, Blinds Flooring, Moulding, A door n Turning & Job Work Done Promptly to Order. t& Mills near "Snow Flake" Flouring MiHs, between 7th ami 8th streets. GKOCKKIKS. Til E "OLD RELIABLE " has Changed Hands. SEXAUER& STUMP Aucceuun to FKS.-tl.ER MIIAY,)cotitinue the "Old Kellubln" Family Grocery la full blast at the old Hand, Northeast aide Public Square, CANTON' OHIO. They hve always a full Hue of Gmcerlex. HKX.U'ER t STUMP. June lHft-tf. FURNITURE. IMS III PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE! A SPECIALTY. Market St. Coal! Coal! Coal! IWIRII to Inform tliu public that I am In the COAL TKAVK, Mid aui preiaued to furnish Lump or Nut Coal and to any part of the dry on SHORT NOTICE. Order left at my houfo, Walnut trcct. corner Vlntu, or at I. Numan A Bun's grocery, will re mm prompt attention. PETES NUMAN. mayl3'7' tf. MEDICAL. Tho BLOOD I thel.IFR.anrl If it In Imnurc.tlio whole tcm will be di...

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. — 21 October 1875

rH JAJ.i VOL. 42, NO 20. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 21, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON,houshers .,, , ,y, , ; ; ' The Democrat. DOCTOR LAMBORN. doctor L, l! Lamborri of Ariianoo.gavo us one of his very best talks, in Harter's Hall on the Monday night before the election. The Doctor is always effective, and on this occasion wo never heard hiin more so. lie hull forth for nearly an hour and made the points telling, and brought out frequent applause and shouts. jThe Doctor never wearies, is never tire some, in fact is never long winded nor proBy. He keeps his crowd wide awake and on his quitting they prefer he would go on. We consider Doctor Lam born one of the most effective public speakers in the State. A. McGregor was chairman of the meeting and John T. Hays, Esq. was call ed out for a few remarks after Doctor Lamborn got through. On adjournin tht ehiiirmap urged upon all'to.vote tl full Democratic ticket untarnished 'by mark or scratch. ': . ' ' ' T-r, f r "Say ic.W mm!, QUndiiMk fui. been...

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. — 21 October 1875

Poetry. TWO CHRISTIANS. Two On mamm traveled diswB t roal, Who viewed wi'lil with iLflereotoyeei The one was pleased with caxtli'a tuotlu, Th.i ether longtiMt for tlie !, , - For one the heaven were o Wu ; - '1 h y fllltHl Ida mlurt with (Knclea fbnd Tfce ether's even kiwi piercing Uirougto Only for that wliloli Ilea heyuud, -,'.'. Tor nr e, enchanting Wr U trunk, 11 e rtc-tance wasdivlndy film, tJTx- birds tliat Hullx-red oi) the bnt Sodded 1111 lr pretty hinds Ibr him. The other seaiociy Mt the flowem. Mill never knew the treed were grand ; 4le W! hut count the days am houra i ill he iuiht 1v1r.l1 the. promised land. .ted nno a little k Ind frtm Mould 10 a tender rapture mw lit niily oped hla Up Io Must The lit il who gave bliu (Mugs to love. 'Vnt other Journeyed on hi tray, Aliaid to handle-or to touoa ( Oeoilv i'iv.1 hU U) limy . ilc might not love a thliuj too much. "Wkieh the best? Decide wIki can. Yet why should e decide 'Iwlat thtfnT M' imiv approve the mnuruhU mau, N.jiti t...

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. — 21 October 1875

Miscellaneous. Grant's Longest Speech. WHAT HE JOTTED DOWN AND READ TO THE ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE. Des Moinrs, Iowa. Sept. 3o. At last evening's session of the Army of the Tennessee President Grant being called Oat, said he had concluded to disappoint those who called on him. first in Hie ex pectation of pelting a short speech, and bad Jotted down something he wished to my. He then spoke as follows . Comradks: It always affords me much gratification to meet my comrades In aims of ten and fourteen years a,o, and to tell over aeuin from memory the trials and hardships of those days of hardships imposed lor the preservation and DerDctuation of our free institutions. We believed then, and we believe now, that, we have a government worth tight kitr for. and. if need be, dying for. How many of our comrades paid the latter rriic for our pr?served Union. Let their eroistn and sacrifice be ever green in anir memory. Let not the result of their acrificcs be destroyed. The Union and the free ii...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 October 1875

1 Democrat is furnished lo subscribers t ti pot year; 81 fur nix months; lift? cents lur three mouths, Invariably In advance. COBKKsroNi)KS(,,'ci)iit'liil(?' Important ncw.s solicited from all part of the county. Writers D&mo finil addre required ou every comuiunMa Ion as a private guaranty) of (rood faith. Business Cards due dollar line per year. No Cird Inserted for less than throe dollar kt year. ''Brisiness Nottees'in Itcrrl chlumns on fifth page.i BBertedfor tcnceutt per line wu-h Insertion. Ill nsertcd in reading matter, twenty centa per line. No notice will bo Inserted for lew than fifty cent. ' ' Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of, Oba'uglng their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 2fi percent, ad ditional. All transient ailverilsemoiits must bcaceompa Died with the cash. AnvKnTfKMKNTS, to insure Insertion, mutt be handed in by Wednesday noon. ' Rates or advertising furnished on application' Address all communications to A. MciiRKUOR &SOS...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 October 1875

Business Items. ; , .s , W. LiFOULKi. . BUSINESS MANAGER FENN'A, OHlO A W. VA. PWJSS: ASSOCIATION, j ' ,n Tt,,., 'r I'lTTSHURdir,' PA'. ;-" - I . W our only authorized' Agent U) receive anil 10 ,, ,lclt AdvortlsomenU for thU paper. All Pitts, burgh advertisement to us mast come through this agency, or Uioy will receive no notice what- ever, ' ' ! '" NOTICE. On the 8th day of January, A" D, 1878, the Pro bate Court of Stark county declared the estate 'of Sephcn Eckroatc, deceased, to be probably insol vent.. Creditors are therefore required to present their claims against the citato to tho undersigned for allowance, within six months from the date of this publication, or they will not be entitled to payment. . , ' ' v'. V JOII$f'l.OF.W, Administrate. ' ' Oct. iHth, 1875.- ' Another lot of Ladles Silk Iliitir'.k Tchlefs to be open Satmdayut the i)9 Cliit Store. NcWthadi'S flndallMlk. j f'.i' i- 7. ''i, ! :i ' 1 Whv wll you sillier from Rheumatism: Sprains ptrtf Joints, Swellings, Duni...

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. — 21 October 1875

Miscellaneous. THE OHIO DISASTER. SOME OPINIONS AS TO THE CAUSE OF THE CALAMITY. BOSTON DID IT WITH HIS LITTLE CRUTCHES. [Indianapolis Journal.] Without iletractinir u pariiulo from the noble ctl'oilH and services of other s'euk- it ih not too much to nay tnui c.iut tftr MiirUin whh the first to set ill motion ho bull which dually broke the Deiuo- mtii!niukB. mill the first to hiwhI iiiul iwll buck the current of unfavomblo win- Uuieiit in the mining regions. MONEY AND REPEATERS DID IT. [Pittsburgh Post.] The Democracy have in-ile a gallant Ight, and if tluy are defeated and the liui'K'Htioim now point that way it will le by the coloniz d votes taken into the 7. . .. 1. i-. .1 1 i..- :r Vtute ly I lie Itttmciu icuhcib. oini n Alltm is defeated ly a majority of even 10,000. H w ti triumph lor tho Dimo eratin doctrine of anti-contraction imu anti-forced resumption. The Demoi-ru T had lo hV'ht the National Banks, the ond ho its. Willi Btreet ana the ri-cre autNewYurk World. Willi all t...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 October 1875

HANKS -OK- Canton, Ohio, Sa 1 Eaglo Block, Corner Public Square CAPITAL, $100,XK). 8URPLUSS0,0(i0 GnU, ilTcr GoTcrnmcnt anil Bail . road Bonfls JoniM and M iot and bku. drafts on all pr1nc1 Gjpal cities in the v. s. aim in knqiand, france, ireland, UOOTLANV, QKRXANYy Etc. SELL PASSAGE TICKETS TO ANE .l?ltoM .EUROPE, j j ( , Farmen and others having Money for which ttiey have do immediate use, will do well to leav It here on depotilt for safely, ami If left for a deflo V thus, Interest will I allowed. COLLECTIONS MADE OX ALL PARTS. OF THE U. S. . AU biurineBH done on reasonable terma. LEVI L. M1LLEU, Cashier. DIltKCTOKS : 0. AULTMAN, LEWIS MILLER, JOn.V F. HAY NOLIW, UKO. COOK, JACOU M1LLKR. March w, '73. TjJ. HARTKR' u. u UAUir.u, j IHAAC HARTF.H. ill WE Bank Blork.W est side PiiblioNnmuu, CANTON. OHIO. ( Tlit hank 1 doing a general Exchange Deposit -AND- DISCOUNT BUSINESS Money Loaned. PROMMISSORY NOTES BOUGHT. OLD, BIL1K1; AD HANK All kind or Gweniment Bonfls and Revenue Stamps Ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 21 October 1875

' ' f Ciintlnued from 7(A puffl . CLASS 14.—Poultry. Wm lVM liter pair Unlit hrubn.a rwls W prem H K Rinit'W do second premium J J l' llnln.iit pBlr llitlu l.rolnnu, i liU ki In m H K Ryi..!lr ' to ' "'-"'I"" w r x ri.u v. inL .III mill I'JWI- I-' rirn 1 1 ii(... t imi) ilurk hniluns rtitrki. M preni W I' Mill, r in'iriliirk bmluii.i chick 1 prcm ilrr null- hull incnm "'' i'"'" ili i ,1,) ii" si prcm ,)ii butt' Corhill chlcki" l-t p'i'in ,'o ilo , Jo iMprein n l flu' fnwlf 1st prcm .IV,1 JohiM Slu'iirer, I' do 'In IM prein W I' Miller. .r p cochin hl-VM Jiui W Shearer, pr p cochin clucks M rs 0 I Hanlttrove, pr b cochin fowls W I' Miller, pr w cochin (Owls do pr m hamburg fowl Norman Chance. , do L F (.'asslcr, pr g do v Norniu Chanue. pr I p hamburg fowls K Mason, pr colored dorkliifrs R Miutm pair colored dorkings Jno Tmxel.pr black Spanish fowls W Plllller.pr white leghorns A Kilt, pr white leghorns W V Miller, pr brown leghorns W 1' Jllllur, palrUoudaiia W P Sillier, pair g s po...

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. — 28 October 1875

fv VOL." 42. NO, 21. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 28, 1875. ,1. McGREGOR & SON, hwnsners - - -1 3 -.X-IVJUi WAJ'JV 11 VUs The Democrat. Outside of Cuyahoga, Lucas and Ham ilton counties, Allen's majority is about J.000. Thb next Ohio Legislature being Re publican, we shall see if they repeal the fieghan bill. Th Democrats of Iowa and Nebraska were beaten, notwithstanding they had a hard money plank in their platforms 1 Utica, New York, sets tramps at work breaking stones on the public streets, thus enabling them to earn their prov ender. Tim Sherman bank note inflation and sham contraction resumption bill will be repealed by its authors. The same fel lows have been hanging the "rag baby." An exchange asks if the appointment of ex-Senator Chandler to the Secretary ship of the Interior another "appeal to the Christian public" to co-operate with the government in christianizing the In dians. Tub commissioners appointed by Presi dent Grant to investigate the Indian af fairs, bring in the u...

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. — 28 October 1875

Poetry. THE POWER THAT ENDURES. Amidst the changing wones of time, Mia Arctic cold and I roplc clime. Unmoved by ha r rear, k Though nnllon rise,' or tuition wane,' Though ku recede. 01 hioiuiIhI" chain Dissolve anddUspiHar Thorn dwell a power that' "till serene, Though Time grows old; for. hale and grown, It feels Immortal youth; , ThU power that measures time and apace, Hor mortal known IU natal place, ; I Truth unchanglug Tbiitu. II knew the drat created star; II im the sunlight from afar ' Spread o'er the primal gloom; Y saw tho deluged Karth arise; It ww the great Babel near the sklea, And meet tho sudden doom ; It knew therharaohs.son and sire It saw the last of thorn expire, And stood beside his bier, It was tne hand along the wall Id proud Hclshaiuar's banquet-hall, ' ' That spread appalling fear. It saw carved out the Thcban gatus, The wonder of the world's estates, And crumble all alone; ' . It ground more finely than the mill) Of all the Clods ou Home's proud bill It knew...

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. — 28 October 1875

Poetry. DYING SUMMER. On tawny bill In failed splendor drest. Of rusty purple and of tarnished gold, 1 Now like some Kiuitem monarch sad and old, Tbe dlwrowued summer llclh down to rest I , A mournful mist hangs o'er the mellow plain, O'or watery meads that tilde down pin-clad heights, And wine-red woods where song no mora do lUjbts; Bat only wounded birds cry out In pain, A pallid glory lingers lu the sky. Faint scents of wilding flower l!'t In the air, All Nature's voices murmur in despair ' Wu summer crowned so late mi soon to die? " But, with a royal smile, she whispers "oeaae, If life Is joy and triumph, death Is peace I" DYING SUMMER. Miscellaneous. FROM CLEVELAND. WAY THE RADICAL VICTORY WAS WON—SOME OF THE TRUE INWARDNESS OF THE REPUBLICAN REVOLUTION —THE POPE'S TOE, THE LUTHERANS AND THE LAVISH USE OF MONEY. MONEY. [From an Occasional Correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer.] CLEVELAND, OHIO, Oct. 17, 1875. Now that the batttle is over, perhap: you of Southern Ohio would l...

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. — 28 October 1875

TmDimuchat to furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; M for six mouthi; Arty cents lot three months, Invariably In advance. CoinroNDMCE, containing ImporUtit tiew.n Krtlclted from all parti of the county. Writer name and address required on every commnnlca Ion m a private guarantee of good faith. Business Card one dollar per Una per year. No ard Inserted for lew than three dullam per year. Business Notice In Item columns on flflh page, naertedfor ten cent per line each Inmrtlou. II nterted In reading matter, twenty cents perime. No nolle will be Inserted for lew than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Ohanglng their advertisement quarterly Double column advertisements 25 per cent ,ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisement must beaeonuipa nied with the caul). ABVWtTiKKMKNTS, to Insure Insertion, must b handed lu by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. Mi'fiKKUOR 4 SON, Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISHED, A.D. I 83...

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. — 28 October 1875

Business Items. W. L FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PE.NN'A, OHIO 4 W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., U onr only authorized Agent to receive and o llclt AdvertlemonU for thl paper. All Pitt, burgh advertisement to ui must come through thU agency, or they will receive no notice whatever, We clip the following from the Pltuburg Daily Goalfeofthe 18th Inst. It ha reference to arti cles on exhibition at the "Exposition : "WELDON It KELLEY, locatedat 147 Wood itreet. Those gentlemen are manufacturer of wrought Iron, cast Iron and ho mogeneous ttool warm air furnaces, and family aud hotel cooking ranges. While their display la not large, It la well worthy of attention. The fur naces are rapidly making for themselves a name, and their rangoa have universally given atls:ac ; tlon wherever introduced. Theyt respectfully ask . visitors at the Exposition td call and examine their inventions, and judge for themselves of their merits. Hears. Weldon Si Kelly are well known Plumbers and Qas Fitt...

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. — 28 October 1875

Poetry. "CONTRACTION." A quaint writer in the Nt-w York Mur eury, whoMylt!hliimKilf Avery DryeuHH, ,'. L. L. D., dropainto a poetical mooil and describes theoltjei'tM and ellucts of the machine oalliHl"ontriiction," and how in the old Judenn tlayH, thy divine Nuzurene , urgel from the temple, with a whip fueveii wiudleordH, the money eluinir ernaiKl sjieculators who desecrated its holy precienew. And, in the Roman days, Brutiw, embodying the wrong of bin countryman, lashed with bin heavy whip of patriotism the shrinking hacks of Uie tyrant who walked in high pluceH with proud disdain of the people. The time is upon ua when the people, em bodying the justice of the Divine and the Brutus fervor, will place the Riht above the Wrong. Bring out a vloe of Iron strong, With a screw of fraud and a lever of wrong for the people Buffering, much and long, As slaves to every faction; We'll squeeie the fools In spile or Uielr shriek Till the team roll down their pallid cheeks And. their agony ev...

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. — 28 October 1875

Miscellaneous. SCALAWAG AMES. SERIOUS C1IARGIS PREFERRED AGAINST HIM BY PRUM1NKM MISSISSIPPI UFFCIALS. The following are some of the specific eliargos which Attorney-General Harris, ex-Senator Pease, and United Statea Dis trict Attorney Wells of Mississippi make against Gov. Ames. They , presented these ehargds Baturdity'to Attorney Gen eral Pierrepont'wfio recoiuiiionded that they wait, aud submit their views to the President. The, clwrtfes are;( Men are appointed to importunlj oillcea who. are destitute of mental and moral titness. Men who are notoriously bad, some of them being covered with critinual niiliut- ments, are named uirongn Ames innu ence lor the legislature and other State otlices. In DeSoto county oue uegro, a nominee on The Amea'tlcket for the leg. islature. has been incarcerated in the county jail for the greater portion of the vast two vears. and now stands indicted lor subornation of perjury. Another of the candidates was recently pardoned from the penitentiary by...

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

Local News. Wbich would you rather do or pay le on jotrrdogt WhL' the next show cumin'? 1" U that troubles the street youngsters now. , Coon Theatrical Coiuixiny next Monday night. ld Astray" Is on the boards. Hvlas and Judge Walte are now In their winter ejoarters; both horses are feeling Hue after their lively trotting campaign, Tail sound of the busy steam hammers at Bol ton, Myeri 4 Lo.'s steel works, can be heard for almost two miles in the stillness of the night. T i tramps are becoming more numerous night ly, as the air grows colder, and the prospects for heavy lnlux are not pleasant to think upon. Tk new 8t Peters Catholle church Is looming p In grand proportions. It will be one of the I imposing structures in in is vicinity. BLLiD,rA8TCo. will begin work In tnelr aew addition in about I week; it will be used par ticularly for the manufacture of carriage and wagon springs. Master Albert Smith t doing a fair business at hit fruit and eigar stand In the post office. A de vice ...

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. — 4 November 1875

yi 11 1 1 . raw vr &,i wnr rv i VOL. 42. NO 22. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 4, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, tuousners The Democrat. It was not the "rag baby" in New York, New Jersey, Ao. Tbi next thing is Grant and third term. The talk of war with Spain may help. 6reat is Bonanza and ring corruption. Sandusky county, home of Hayes, gives Allen a majority of 744, and elects the entire Democratic ticket by a similar vote. Grant will doubtless regard this as an endorsement of himself and Chandler. The Bonanza follows still thrive, hard times and all. Odb chickens this week have the epi oot too bad to cr6w. Old Bill Allen is about as near a trump card as any of them. V v. Boh of our New York friends who put on airs of late over us Ohioans mny now realize the propriety of modesty, at least. Thk number of craving Republican ap plicants, particularly those residing in Columbus, for all the places in the gift of Third Term Hayes, is legionary. Thb President has issued his proclama tion, desi...

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

Poetry. THE HERITAGE. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. The rich man's son InhertUilands, Andpilesof brlek, and stniieaud gold; . And Inherits soft, white hands. But tender nouli tint fen the old ; -: Nor dares to wear a garment old ' A heritage, It seems to me, One scarce would wish to hold In fee. The rich man's son inherits cares ; The bank may break, the fantory. bum ; : A breath may burst his bubble shares, " "And soft, white hand could scarcely earn ' ' A living that would serve his turn : . ; A hecllKge, It neeius to uui, ' , ,,, ; , Oue scarce would wish to hold lu fed. What doth the poor man's' son Inherit ? ' Burnt muscles and a sinewy heart, A hearty frame, a hardier spirit King of two hand lit does his part Iu every useful toll and art ; . A heritage, It seems o me, A klug might wish to hold In fee. What does the poor niau'a son li.herlt ? Wishes o'erjoyod with humble tilings, A rank adjudged by toil-worn merit, Content that from employment springs, A heart that iu bis labor sing...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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