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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1876

Poetry. "SOME DAY." How much of aweot truth and trust la expressed In tfheso few pretty lines : 'Some day," wo say, and turn our eyes V 1 ' Toward the far hills of paradise. . gome dny, some time, a sweot, new rest hall blossom, flower-like, In each breast. , tome time, some day, our eyes shall see The faces kept In memory. Some day their hands shall clasp our hands ' Just over In the Morning Lands. ; tome day our cars shall hear the song Of triumph over aln and wrong, Some day, aome time, but oh I not yet, ,', But wo will wait and not forget. ' That tome day all these tiling shall be, ! , And rest be given to you and me. -i Bo wait, my frtond, though years move slow, The happy time will come, we know, "SOME DAY." Miscellaneous. DARING BANK ROBBERY. THE NAMES OF MEN WHO ROBBED THE FREEDMEN'S BANK AT WASHINGTON. SHEPHERD, BABCOCK AND GRANT IN THE RING!!! [CONTINUED.] GRANT HAS NO SCRUPLES. The Washington, D. C, Gazette, con finuing its narrative, says : "These Senoca Sandstone Christ...

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. — 17 February 1876

TBI Democrat U fumlshod u subscribers at r,l per year, II for six mouths; fifty ceuti tor throe monthi, Invariably In advance. Cobrksfondknci, containing Important news solicited from all part of tlie county. Writers sjne and addsesa required on every commuulca ion u a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard Inserted for lean than Urn dollars per year. Business Noticed in Item columns on fifth page, Merted for ten cents per line each Insertion. II nerted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. Ho notice will be Inserted fur less than fifty cents. Yearly advertise allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisement quarterly, Double column advertisements 26 per cent, ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisements must be accomra nied with the cash. , Advertihkh bnts, to Insure Insertion, mini bo handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton. Ohio. f he cmocijiit ESTABLISHED, A. ...

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. — 17 February 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W, VA- PRESS ASSOCIATION, . PITTSBURail, PA., U oar only authorized Agent to receWe and so licit Advertisement for this paper. All Pitta, burgh advertisements to us must come through this agency, or they will receive no notice whatever. CJiai. Smith & Sana' celebrated Sewing Maching Needle, the best In market for all kinds of sew ing machines, at five cenu apiece or fifty cents per doi. For sale at Sherrlck & Millers. Hones to Rent. The house first door east of the First M, E. Church, now occupied as the par sonage, la for rent after April 1st. Suitable for bu siness and residence, Will be rented all to one person, or business room and residence separately, It would be very desirable for a boarding-house. Apply to L.L. Jflller, A. Kltt, or W. B. Shanafelt, Jan27-tf tCTTAKE HOTICE-mfm Dry Cigars on hand I have appointed J. M. Ebcrsole, No. 47 East Tub carawas street, Canton, Ohio, Agent fur the hale of my cigars...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1876

Congressional, Congressional, FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 9, '76. THE SENATE. MrWallace presented fifty petitions of . ... rv ' ; .. 1 01 D,UW Citizens OX i eiiiiHyivHiim in Tor of uid to the Pacific Railroad. Referred. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Mr. Kelley called up the Senate bill to extend the time for the construction and completion of the Northern Pacific Rail road, the pending question being on the amendments reported by the Committee on Railroads, on January 17 and 24, to extend the time to ei(?ht instead of ten hn hill to annlv to the main' line of the road via the valley of the Columbia river to it terminus un i u get Sound, and that it shall not only ap ply to the branch line of said road from take Peud D'Orville across the Cascade Mountains to Pnget Sound, etc. . Mr. Sargent moved that the bill be re committed, that the amendment might be framed to protect settlers in their rights. After discussion, the bill was laid over until to-morrow. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 February 1876

Variety. PERSONALS. Gen. Joe Johnston was serenaded in Salisbury, N. C, recently, and made a peech. Collector Worthlngton, of Charleston, is not to be removed, though he's some ort of a cousin t Blaine. Baron de Sant' Anna' the Portuguese Minister at Washington, has been nomi nated Centennial Commissioner. Coe, of Van Wert county, 0., was born July 4, 1778, and is still living. So is Mrs. Coe, aged ninety, Bnd nearly Coe temporary. Cooper K. Watson, of Columbus, has been appointed Common Pleas Judge by (Jovernor i Hayes,' to fill the vacancy in the Erie District, occasioned by the re signation of Judge Lane. j i' ' In the U. 8. Court at Cleveland, Judge Welker, presiding, on the 4th inst., Dock Stader, the Postofllee clerk who plead guilty to the charge of purloining letters, was sentenced to three years in the peni tentiary; At the same time McManus got one year for passing, counterfeit money, No new developments have been made in the investigation of the accounts of the Treasurer ...

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. — 17 February 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. r. B. CASK, 1 TTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO. A. mar.'7',i-tf. 1. C. 8TALLCUP, TTORNEY AT LAW, ALLIANCE OHIO. A nm,... in Mun hantii' Block. dec.J71 U. AJ. v . P H sow Kits. TTOKNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN NATIONAL I Uufib lilt hi HIT lllfe NLHirH. yumr-.., "a If" PERKINS. . TrrnRUKV AT LAW AGKNTT FOR THE A Sale and Leasing f Kl Estate-!IB,'? 1 Kole Block. fcb-" n- in A TT0RNEY8 AT LAW-OFFICE IN CABHILY Beccua Moor, uoruer ru.uv HT . ,vn,h WILLIAM . DAY. A TTORNEYSAT WW-OFKIICE IN CASE ILLY JSIOCK, rUOUC oqiHMT), vw, w- mayVJOaoctam M MIYDR. T. C. MKYH MKTVER A BON. k TTORNEY8 AT LAW, C AJJTC-Ni 9'iT h Win la Danneinuiei UBW """"' ,.BSvi Square. 'SZ i '. GEORGE E. BALDWIN, TTOJIKFY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH ra.Bioc, ' aprta'74. Ohio, A. ft. BRADEN. W. A. RKKVBS BRADEN & REEVE8, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Offlce in Eagle Block over Kitfs store, Canton, O. nuvau'7a-yl R. S. SHIELDS, . M.MtiTW it T AW nflRnn In lTno-ln Hloelr opposite the Court House. In litigated cacs aNoc...

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. — 24 February 1876

VOL. 42. NO 38. CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 24, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers The Democrat. Tub Democratic county conventions in South Carolina are approving the admin istration of Gov. Chamberlain. Mes. Stkdman, wife of Gen. J. B. Sted man, editor of the Northern Ohio Demo oral, died at Toledo on the 7th hist., after a long and painful illness. i Sfbakbb Kkkr, of the House, being quite ill, 6. S. Cox has been chosen Speaker pro. tem. No better selection could have been made. "Linked with one virtue and a thou and Crimea" Winslow wants Massachu letts to remember how he served in the army and navy during the war of the re bellion., lie was a "loyal" man. Mr. Lawrbncb, a Republican member of Congress from Ohio, lias introduced in Congress a bill providing for the enact ment of the Ohio Adair Law as a national remedy against the sale of liquor. In spite of Postmaster General Jewell's protests, the appropriations for the Post office Department will be reduced largely below the esti...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1876

Poetry. FAREWELL! BUT WHENEVER YOU WELCOME THE HOUR. Farewell ! but wheucver you welcome- the hour, That awakeus Uic ulght song of mirth In your bower, Then think of a friend who once welcomed It too, And forgot his own grids to be happy with you. His griefs may return, not a hope may remain Of the few that once brightened his pathway of naln. But he ne or will forget the bright visions that threw Their enchantments around hlin while lingering with you. And still, on that evening, when plcosme fills up To tho highest top sparkle caeh heart and each cup, Where'er my path lies, bo It gloomy and bright, My soul, happy friends, shall be with you that nluht. Shall Join iu your revels, your sports and your wiles And return to me, beaming all o'er with your smiles Too blest if it tell me that 'mid tho gay chcor Some kind voice had murmered "1 wish he Were hero." Let fate do her worst, there are relics of Joy, Bright dreams of tho past which she cannot de stroy ; Which comes in the night ti...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1876

. I I ' he twh otmfjt gthwcnt, nntont 0!jiat lmn(lv?t hmtrjt 24 1876 Poetry. CHILDREN OF THE POOR. BY CHARLES MACAY. Pity the children of the poor, Who've never plucked the daisies, Who've never watched the sky-lark soar, Or heard H singing praises; Who've never trod the froth green sward, Or rambled by the river They need a holiday, ye rich, And neaven rewards the giver I rity the little paltering feet That swarm In fetid alloys, And grimy hands that might be sweet 'Mid cowslips of the valleys ; Palo Hps that may grow rosy red Where fresh free brcezos quiver Frovldo a holiday, ye rich, ' And Heavon reward the giver I Pity the bright blue ejes That never saw the ocean, Or gazed with Innocent surprise, At wild waves In commotion, , Send send thorn forth one happy day To hill, or sea, or river ; 'TIs great to them but small to you, And Heaven reward the glvorl From healthful Joy comes wholesome though And sense of nature's beauty, And mid instruction, wisdom-fraught, Of pity and of du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1876

ght glarh Mounts fiemocrat. fardon, $ gfatt Kfamg 24 187 G TH VmwKLT U fnnilhed to snhurilwrs at a per jeu-. 1 f 'uth" eenU " BODthi, Invariably In advance. CoM.BPom.BSO.. containing Important-new wUolted from 11 parte of the county. Writer wne and ad.lrw. required on every communlca ton ai a pri guarantee of good faith. BuinM Tarda one dollar per line per year. No ard uiscrtod for less than tl.reedollars per T' Buui Notice In Item column, on fifHi PRO. Mrtrdfor fcncci.W per line u h Insertion II oMirted In reading mattcV, twenty eents per line. ,.., . Ill be Inserted for low limn liny cent. . n.......,l thp nriviltMie of Tiny aou-rnscm n,,.....-. nhniiiflnir their advorlU-ilieuW quarterly. Double column advertise menUi 25 percent, ad ditional. All transient adTeitlso.mci.ts inn.st be accompli ulcd Willi Uie oe.b. AnTEKTiHBMPMn, to Insure Insertion, must be handed In by Wednesday noon. Hate of advertising fuviiMiod on application all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1876

iP Mtwh M"fq $tmmt, nnfon, 0t(ia, hmh& '4$tmt 24 W6 Business Items. W. L FOULK, BUSINESS MANAOER PENN'A, OHIO Si W, VA- PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTHlU'ltOI!, PA., b our only nulliorlzed Agent U) roccl-o ami so licit Advertisements for this paper. All Pitts, burgh advcrtlscnionls to us mint come through UiIb agency, or they will receive no notice what ever. IIWil Almanacs for Mile at the DKMocitATOilHo, rrlco 2j cents. Howkto Rent. The house lint door oust of the First M. K. Church, now occupied ns the par sousgo, Is for rout 11IU.T April 1st. Suitable for bu siness uuil residence, Will he rented nil to ono person, or business room ami residence separately, It would ho very deslinblo lor a boarding-house. Apply to I,. L. Jillcr, A. Kltt, or W. I. Shaiuifolt. Jum.'7-if jy-JVI h'E SOTrCK-Wn.W) Dry Cigars on hnnd I have appointed J. M. Iliersole, No. (7 Knst Tus earnvti.s sired, t'nntnit, Ohio, Agent lor ihesaleof my (Ignrs. Dealers com Inn from the country will in well to call on hlin ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 February 1876

ht tarh $ottttfs R$motraL antont 1(fot jlmrsdrnt, 4nfomt 24 1$70 Poetry. WHICH SHALL IT BE? A rich man who had :no children proposed lo his poor neighbor, who had seven, to take one of them, and promised, If the paronts would consent, that he would give them property enough tomake themselves and their other six chlldien comfort ablesfor life. Which shall It be? Which shall It be? I looked at John, John looked at mo, And when I round that T must speak My voice seemed strangely low and weak ; "Tell me again what Robert said ;" And then I, lUtenlng, bent my head This Is his letter, "I will give A house and land whl'e you shall live, If, In return, from out your seven, One child to me for aye Is given, looked at John's old garments worn ; I thought of all that he had borne Of poverty, and work, and care, Which I, though willing, could not share : I thought of seven young mo'iths to feed, Of seven little chldrens' need, And then of this. "Come John," said I, "We'll choose among them as t...

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. — 24 February 1876

'it $hth unls Btmomi, nnhn, j$mtnfas, tfcbi-nmi 24, 1876 Poetry. WE COME AND GO! Jf you or I To-day should dto, , The birds would sing si sweet to-morrow , The vernal spring, Her flowoin would bring, And few would think of us with sorrow. Yoa, he la aead, Woufd then be said ; The corn would lions, the grass yield hay, The cattle low, And summer go, The few would heed us passed away, How soon we pass I How few alas I Romomber those who turn to mold I Whose faces fade. With autumn's shade, Beneath the sodded church yard laid I Yes, it Is so Wo come, we go They hall our birth, they mourn our dead A day or more, ' The winter o'er, Another takes our place instead. WE COME AND GO! Variety. THE STORY OF DOCRAY'S ESCAPE Frederick A, Doeray, whoee case was the cause of Minister Cushing's demand upon the Spanish Government for the former gentleman's -release and observ ance of the traty of 1795, tells the story of hia escape. He says that November 19th he was informed that the Spanish authori...

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. — 24 February 1876

V 4 ! he gtnrh 4 $tmttat, mifon, &jo, lmmhjfrcbrLttarS 21187$ 8 BUblNFM DIRECTORY. ATTOUNKYS. " T. K. CASE, k TTOBNBY AT I. AW, CANTON, OHIO. J. C. STALI.Cl'P, . -mtRMY AT LAW, ALLIANCE, OHIO, otlice In Merchant' Mock. det:V74-lf. p H KOWKHS a TTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN NATIONAL Hank liuiiinug, uji"j iZ- 0. F. PERKINS. THK Sale and Leaning of Real hstato-( IHj ice In '73, JkAtfie 11IOCM. .' i" JOHN LAHM. J. TTORKEYH AT LAW-OFFICE IN CAS?1LY . WILLIAM B. DAY. . "-"Y yfJCH A PAY TTftRNEYS AT LA W OFFICE IN CASSILLY jjtock, 1T1DIIC pquare, vbhkju, ,.v. juay4'70Aoeta4'72. Public nuvii'lW-yl. Squat OEOROE E. BALDWIN, . -i I itt- lllffH'lt IN K1LH ard 1 Bloci, west siue iu .SiT A J. BBADHM. W. A. BKKYK8 BRADKN 4 REEVES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Office in Eagle Block over KiU'M sure, Canton, O. novJo'73-yl R. H. SHIELDS. . -.a, i itv rim, .a In FntrlA Rlnclt. onoosite the Court House. In litigated eases delated with Joseph C. Uance, jsti 5 Philadelphia. 0. uuv1'1 ' .., . , H,.irTUI 17V A TTORNEX...

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. — 2 March 1876

i ;, 4,f -,,11 """"I;! - .. VnL 42. NO 39. CANTON, OHIO, MAKCII 2. 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers v if I Tim The Democrat. 1 ' CiiAihMAN Walmno, of the Democratic State Central Committee, calls a meeting at Columbus for March 171 h. The U. 8. Senate, on Monday, passed the Hmi-e bill admitting Colorado as a State. One more to the flag of the Un ion. Alaska, it is said, far north as It is, produces geld, miners panning four to six dollars a day. So much fur Russian America that was. A M mber of the Ohio Assembly says: "I am for Thurman because he is a man of brains because he'is honest, honorable, and eminently the man of all others for President of the United States." Dos Carlos seems to have run over into France and left Spain to young Don Alfonso, and now it issaid ex Queen Isa bella will leave France for Spain. She war chased away some years ago. The Carlos civil war seem to be squelched. Hon. Johnson Shehrick was at home from Columbus, tarrying over Sunday. There are no ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1876

fangit, fflw, ffilitirgfyg, .jjjftyf 2, 1$76 Poetry. "LILEY OF THE WEST." Tl.. Ml..nnnll 7WI)llllf dOClftrCI Illll tO l6 verbalm. copy of a "poom" addressed to latly of that city by alovc-slck yHi from Indiana: 1 lust cum down from iho buck-eye state-some w..rn (or lo find a handsome girl from mliiapllh Just ultcl 10 my mind. ir.. . and rolling eyoi like arrow plowed my breast and tlit-y called her hand some c'ara tlie nicy 01 me ei, I oortcd her for Just 3 days, her love I thought to gain; to anon, to noon slie allien me im gave me grief and pain. She rold me of my liberty and deprived me of my rest but still I love myclaratho lllcyof west. MY DREAM. Idrampa dream the other night down by yon shady grove I saw a ciiap 01 oigu w - venilng with my love. Ho sung he sung no merrily while I waa soar oprcst and he sung to lovely clara the llley of the west. I rushed 111. to my rival a ilager In my hand I toro him from my true love and boldly made him land. n-i,,,. in ilnsnration niv dagor...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1876

iath otmti! emacrn(, inton, 01ib, fundus, gflxnh 3, 1876 Poetry. THE BEAUTIFUL GATE. It ta a fair tradition, one of old, That, at the gate of beaven called beautiful, The toula of tlione to whom we ministered On earth, Khali greet us, aa we enter In, With graceful records of those lowly deeds Of Christian charity, wherewith frail man Proffers his humble loan unto the Lord. Oh, think, If this be true, how many eyes, Whose weeping thou bast stilled, shall glisten there: How many hearts , whose burden thou hast shared And heavy feet, whose steps were turned by thee Back to their homes elastic through the joy Of new found hope, and sympathy, and love, Shall welcome thee within the gates of bliss The goiden city of Jerusalem. THE BEAUTIFUL GATE. Miscellaneous. Gen. Jos. H. Geiger. "Snapping Turtles, Human and Animal." HIS LECTURE AT THE OPERA HOUSE LAST FRIDAY NIGHT. BEST LECTURE OF THE SEASON. WITH ELITE AND FASHION OF THE CITY IN ATTENDANCE. It was full of fun, humor, telling bits, ser...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1876

k hrk oimfi! gtnwcraL $antott, $lmrsd:w, $ffaf 2, tS70 TBI Dkmbcrat 1 furnished to sulwcribers l 12 per year; II for lix monthi; fifty oenti tor three months. Invariably In advance. Corrhipokdknck, containing Important new,i lollnlted fnirn all parts of the county. Writer me and address required on every oominunlca Ion u a private guarantee of good faith. Bulnw Cards one dollar per lino per year. No ud Inserts for lorn than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item colunuu on fifth page, luerted for ten oentt por line each Insertion. If luerted In reading matter, twenty conW per line, Ho notice will be Inserted for less than fifty conu, Yearly advertisers allowed the prlvilcgo of Changing tliolr advertisement quarterly. Double oolumn advortlsemonui 26 per oent. ad ditional, All transient advertisement must be accompa nied with the cash. Advkrtihhm xnts, to Insure Insertion, nrnd be handed In by Wednesday noon. Batoa of advertising furnished on application Address all communic...

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. — 2 March 1876

he MMh otintti fetmocrnt, nntont 0fio, fgfmnfa& J$mU 2, $76 Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BU8INRH8 MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W, VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA. b our only authorized Agout to receive and so- llolt Advertisements for this paper. All Pitta, burgh advertisements to 11a muni oome through thli agency, or they will receive no notice what ever. World Almanaca for sale at the Democrat office Price 25 cent. AUCTION. Rare chancel ir0 ploces carpet at auction In Canton, commencing about April 80th. and 100 pieces at Massillon, commencing about April I5tb -count be olosod out regardless of cost, marttf A. HEKDRUCK, . LOST. A brown fur boa and a wolf fur buggy robe, lout on on? of the street of the city. A llboral reward will be nald for their recovery. To be left at this office. ,4 Hmwa to Rknt. The house flrnt door cant of the First M. K. Church, now occupied as the par sonage, tB for rent after April Int. Suitable for bu alneHa and residence, Will be rcntod all to o...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 March 1876

he glxrk ottnta gletnocnL anltm, flw, gfarwfog, jf!S, 187$ Poetry. MY SHIPS AT SEA. How many ships I've sent to sea Buoyant with hone and full of glee, How few return to met Ehlpi that I've freighted with my all s ' Drifted away beyond recall. BuUtormi will rUcand storms will fall, And ships go down at sea I How oft, with sails all golden-bright With aunllglit they have paused from eight While from the shore have I Kept watch with eager eye, Until my ships had floated by The blue where sea melts Into sky i Until with sails all proudly set, Just where the earth with heaven met, They vanished while I lingered yet. Bnt storms will come, and winds will blow My ships are driven to and fro And aomo go down at sea I And some mere wrecks, from out the part Here hull, and spar and broken mast, With all their treasures overcast, Float back to me. .nd then I sigh o'er what I've lost; Weep o'er my life so tempest-tossed So cheerless and so drear I Why trust frail barques unto the seat What brin...

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