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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 March 1876

Poetry THREE WORDS OF STRENGTH. There are three lessons I would write Three words with a burning pen, Id tracings of eternal light, Upon the hearts of men. Have nope. Though clouds environ now And gladness hides her face In scorn ; Put thou the nhadow from Ihy brow No night but bath Its morn. Have Faith. Where'er thy bark la driven The calm's disport, the tempest's mirth Know this Qod rules the host of heaven, Th' inhabltauti of earth, Have Love. Not love alone for one, But man, as man, thy biothors call, And scatter like the circling sun, Thy charities on all. Thus grave throe lessons on thy soul Hope, Faith and Love-and thou shalt find Strength when life's surges rudest roll, blind. Schiller congressional, General Banning on Woodworth. WOODWORTH'S BUNKUM. WAR SPEECH SHOWN UP. Dishwater M. C., of 17th District Drawn from a Pigeon-hole. iv Hanninff On Saturday the 11th inst.while the Hawaiian treaty was under consideration, the gentleman from Ohio rMr. Wood worth 1 made what I consi...

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. — 23 March 1876

TM Dmcat U furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; II for ilx montluii nay oenti for three month, Invariably In advance. CoBMKKDKNCi, containing Important new,i solicited from all parte of the county. Writer, came and address required on every communica tion ai a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollars line per year. No card Inserted for lea than three dollar, per year. Business Notice. In Item column on fifth page. Inserted for tcncenU per line each Insertion. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertiser, allowed the privilege of Ohanglng their advertisements quarterly. Double column advcrtlsemouta 25 percent, ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisement, must be accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to insure Insertion, roust be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bate, of advertising furnished on application all communication, to A McGREGOR & SON, Canton. Ohio. 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. — 23 March 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A, OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., la our only authorized Agent to receive and so Uclt Advertisements for this paper. All PltU, burgh advertisement to u must come through this agoncy, or they will receive no notice what- ever' t Physicians' prescriptions a specialty at Davis & Tucker's Pharmacy. AUCTION. Rare chancel 150 pieces carpot at auction In Canton, commencing about April 8d and 100 pieces at Masslllon, commencing about April I5tb ,-must be closed out regardless of coBt. mart tf A. HERBRUCK, Ore nd Opening of the Star Clothing House on the 1st of April. Esslg 4 8on's old stand. NOTICE. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the late Dr. C. J. Oelger, are hereby noti fied to call at once and settle their accounts. MRS. L A. GEIGER, febo-ih Administratrix. GET YOUR BOOKS bound at Thurston's book bindery, Cassllly block, Canton, Ohio. Qood wor...

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. — 23 March 1876

Poetry. SOME OLD VERSES FOR THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION. If Prudent Grant if fond of poetry lie will find tome Instructive reading Just uow In Robbie Burnrt address to George 1".. whose obstinacy was as conspicuous ubU own, and whose cholco of favorites wassometlaes as unfortunate. " Tl very true, my lov'ri'lgn king, M y sk 111 may weel bo doubled ; But facts are cheels that wlnna ding, Au'downabe disputed; Your royal nest, beneath your wing, Is e'eu right reft an' clouted, And now the third part of the string, An' less will gang about It Thau did no day. " Far be't frae mo thai I aspire To blam your legislation, Or say, ye wisdom want, or lire, To rule this mighty nation i; But faith I I muckle doubt, my sire, Yc've trusted ministration To chars wha, In a barn or byro, Wad better Mid their station Than courts yon day." ADMINISTRATION. Miscellaneous PENDLETON SPEAKS. His Appearance Before The Clymer Committee. COMPLETE REFUTATION OF THE SCANDALS AGAINST HIM. Boynton Tells His Little ...

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. — 23 March 1876

Paltry BOTTOM TRUTH. Who aunt tho message from town to town TUe dull may spare an exciseman? Who hurried our own attorneys down To rol) the chief of llls nmu' nlan? Thcro's Joyce, ho squeals! and Babcock reels; And Flerreiioiu's good to advise, man I But when will they tell of the letters that spell Tbo name of i'lywes, the wise man T There's Helknnp down, and Kohesonup; And Luckey, he's gone lor a rise, muu ! And Schenek comes home to see Hllllmau I The Lion don't eire for this, man I There's Jewels In straw, there's luck in Uie law ; Theio's room for a few more (lies, man ? But when will the bottom truth leak out whie man! N. Y. Sun. N. Y. Sun. Miscellaneous. CLIPPINGS. The prairie sections of southern Min nesota tire fast being covered with a forest growth since the stoppage of prairie fires. Willow, wild apple, hazel, oak and aspen trees spring up spontane ously. Lake Erie has been stocked with more than a million and a halt of young white fish, and it is believed that more than...

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. — 23 March 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, K. CAHK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO, mar26'7'2-tr. J, C, 6TALLCUP, A TTORNEY AT LAW, ALLIANCE, OHIO, A. Office in Merchants' Block. dec3 74-tf. C. F. 1'EKKINS, A TTORNEY AT LAW-AG ENTT FOR THE A Sale and Leasing of Real Estate-Office lle Block. feb'78. , W. VMOIHHII.L. JOHN LAHB. L'NDERHILL A LAHM, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW OFFICE IN CA38ILY Second Floor. Corner Public Square, Canton, febl8'78-yl. WILLIAM A. LYNCH. WILLIAM R t vwin iniv . OAT A TTORNEYB AT LAW-OFFICE IN CA3EILLY XX Bloc, rumic nquare, vauwu, vuiu, may4'70ocU24'72. nRAPHIM MIYDR. MEYER A SON, t. a. MITU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CANTON, 0., OFFICE in Do nnemillefa new building, near Publlo Square. novaw-yi GEORGE E. BALDWIN, A TWISMIY AT LAW-OFFICE IN RICH Aard'a Block, west side Public Square, Canton. OHIO. AJH4U ,1. A. . BRADKN. W. A. RBEVKS, BRADKN A REEVES. A TTORNEYB AT LAW-Offlce in Eagle Block, Xi over mu s awn, i.uiiu, v. uvi " R. 8. SHIELDS. ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce in Eagle Block, opposit...

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. — 30 March 1876

ILfc'' ., ..... "J i V'-')1 Hwr'-i'if" f I 111 I I IIVVfV V ".. Ill Uif inVWtM.V laaiiiiSiii 14 VOL. 42. NO 43. CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 30, 1876. a. McGregor & son, mashers The Democrat. Mr Clymer'b Committee has notified Mr. Pendleton that it is through with him and Mr. P. has returned home. Tna Republican members of the U, 8 Senate have determined to resiHt the at tempts of the House to reduce salaries. Tub Enquirer's ceaseless, senseless, causeless attacks on Judge Thurman damage that paper more than the Ohio senator. Mt. y ernon lsanner. At the name of Hon. Heister Clymer, Chairman of the Committee on War Ex penditure, radical Grant papers get litis- terical. Maine has abolished the death penalty for killing and California has restored the whipping post for fellows who beat their wives. Halleck, conviuted of the larceny of $47,000 from the United States Treasury last summer, has been sentenced to four years imprisonment in the Albany peni tentiary. Mr. Payne's finance bill met w...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 March 1876

Variety DIFFERENCES. BY CHARLES MACKAY. Tbe King can drink the best of wine : So can I ; And has enough when he would dine: So hare I ; And cannot order rain or shlno : Nor can I. Then whcre's the dim-rouce let mo see Betwixt my Lord tho King and me t Do trusty friends surround his throne Night and day? Or make his Interest their own 1 No, not they. Mine love me for myself alone : Bless' d be they. And that's one difference which I see Betwixt my Lord the King and me. Do knaves around me He in wait To deceive? Or frown or flatter when they hate, And would grieve t Or cruel pomps oppress my State By my leave? No I Heaven be thanked I And here you see More dlllcrence 'twixt the King aud me. He has his fools with jests and quips, When he'd play j He has his armies and his ships ; Great are they ; But not a child to kiss his Hps, Well-a-day I And that's the difference sad to see Betwlxtmy Lord the Kingand me. I wear the cap and he the crown : What of that? I sleep on straw and he ou dow...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 March 1876

paltry THE SABBATH. Fresh glides the brook and blowt the gale, Yet yonder balU the quiet mill ; The whirling wheel, the rushing sail, How motionless and still I Blx days of toll, poor child of Cain, Thy strength tho slave of want may be ; The seventh thy limbs escape the chain A God hath made thee free I Ah, tendor was the law that gave This holy respite to the breast, To breathe the galo, to watch the wind, And know the wheel may rest I But whouthe waves the gentlost glide, What Image charms to light thine eyes I Hie Bplre reflected on tho tide Invites thee to the skies. To leach the soul Its noblest worth, The rest from mortal toil Is given : Go snatch the brief reprieve from earth, And pass a guest to Heaven. They toll thee, In their dreaming school, Of powoi from old dominion hurled, When rich and poor, with Juster rule, Shall share the altered world, Alas! since time itself began, That fable hath but fooled the hour; Each age that ripens power In man But subjects man to power. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 March 1876

THsDtfMACRAT la ruruishcd to inbaortben at pet year; tl tor lx months; fifty cento for three months, Invariably In advance. C08RraP0NDKNC, containing Important new, solicited from all part of the county. Writers name and address required on evory eommuulca tlon u a private guarantee of good faith. Buslnesa Cards one dollar por line per year. Cird Inserted for lew than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns on fifth .. . .,. .ntii nnr line each insertion. 1 iserted in reading matter, twenty conts per No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty ceuts, Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege nhauglng their advertisements quarterly. Double columu advertisements 25 per cent, ditional. AUtranslent advertisements must bcaecompa Died with the cash. Advkrtiskm rnth, to insure insertion, mini handed In by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. Canton, Ohio. The Democrat. ESTABLISHED, A...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 March 1876

Business items. W. L. FOULK, BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION, PITTSBURGH, PA., Is our only authorized Agent to receWe and so llclt Advertisements for this paper. All Pitts, burgh advertisements to u must come through this agency, or they will recelvo no notice what ever. SITUATION WANTED By a first-class Printer as Superintendent or Manager of some first-class printing establish ment. Is a thorough Pressman and Job Com positor. Address A. L. WATSON, Illlon, Herkimer county, A'ew York. mar30-2o We can cheerfully recommend Mr. Watson as a strictly sober and reliable and competent man. We have seen his press work and think It oqual to any. A. McOKEUOR fc SON. Grand Opening of the Star Clothing House on the 1st of April. Eslg 4 Son's old stand. SAVE MONEY By buying B: ots and Shoes at W. 8. Parry's Clear ance 6ale of Winter Goods, No. 3 Opera House, opposite Cburt House. Winter Boots and Shoes selling regardless of cost to mako room for spiing purchases. Davi...

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. — 30 March 1876

Poetry THE PATH OF DUTY. The path of duty U the way to glory ; Be that walas It, only thirsting For the right, and leami to deadon Love of self, before his Journey close He shall And the stubborn thistle bursting Into glossy purplw, which outredden All voluptuous garden roses. The path of duty is the way to glory ; He that, ever following her commands, ,uh nii nf hMiirt and knees and hands, Through the long gorgo to the far light has His path upward, aud prevauc.i, Shall And the toppling crngs of duty scaled Aro close upon the shining table-lands, To which our Uod hluiBelf is moon and sun. Tennyson: THE PATH OF DUTY. Miscellaneous. John Gunn's Escape From Wolves. A Pretty Tight Place for a Man—A A Pretty Tight Place for a Man—A Thrilling Adventure on DEVIL MOUNTAIN. Beine a culler in the employ of Messrs McLaren & Co., on the Gutineau river, eet out on the morning of the 29th February, in company with two Indiuns, to ascertain it any trespasses had been committed on a limit ow n...

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. — 30 March 1876

Variety PERSONALITIES. Senator Conkling's home went Demo- il 1 Kff . ! Ti- crane uy uuu uiiijuniy. Thurlow Weed has notified Moody and Sankey that they are converting church people, lie wants them to re member the heathen of New York. John Mackay's income is $800,000 month. He lives in this country, and not a railroad rresiucnt. Squire Bush, of Texarkana, Texas, not expected to recover from two stabs inflicted by Judge Bancroft, of the same place. Jiusn adjourned his Court to be- gin tne tight. A tender-hearted member of the Massa- chusetts Legislature saw Pond, the forger, in jail, and wept for him. It seemed pathetic to see him hammering leather. A sculptor died in Montreal, the other dav. leaving assets of twenty-nve dollars that being the amount returned to his creditors ly the medical college, where he was dissected. Two voune iinelisli Lords have ar ranged a pedestrian contest of one hun- ,!-,! n.iloa fnrtl (Wl Waatn.i maniaA uic.. ujiiv.o o, n....vU hold the stakes, but they ...

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. — 30 March 1876

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. F, E. CASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, OHIO. mar26'72-tf. J. C, STALLCUP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ALLIANCE, OHIO, Ottlco In Merchant' Block. dec3 4 If. (TK'TKUKiNs " A TTORNKY AT LAW AGKNTT FOR THE A Bale and Leasing of Real Kstuto OlhYu in Eagle Block. kb'Si ri- . W. UNUEHHlTI. JOHN LAUM. UNDEUHILL ib LAHM, A TTORNKY8 AT LAW OFFICE IN CASSILY A Second Floor, Corner Public Square, Canton, Culo. febl3'7S-yl. WILLIAM A. LYNCH. WILLIAM B. DAY. LYNCH St DAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFFICE IN CASSILLY Block, Public Square, Canton, Ohio. may4'70A;Ocl24'72. UAPHIM VKYDR. T. C. MKYKH. MEYER & SON, TTORNEY8 AT LAW, CANTON, 0., OFFICE A in Di-ummlller'snew building, near Public Square. nov3'69-yl. GEOROK E. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN RICH rd'8 Block, west side Public Square, Canton. Ohio. apr23'74. A. d7bu7iYn w7a.Ykkvbs, BRADKN A REEVES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OIIIce In Eagle Block, over Kltl's store, Canton, 0. uov30'7S-yl R, S. SHIELDS, - ATTORNEY AT LAW-OHlee in Eagle...

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. — 6 April 1876

VOL. 42. NO 44. CANTON, OHIO, APRIL C, IS76. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers The Democrat. V i I! I Suppose that George II. Pendleton wus too high priced in liia charge for collect ing that railroad claim. Ih that any rea son why Republican officials should steal? Tiiurman looms up as a Presidential candidate since Pendleton lias retired and promised to work for him. The Ohio delegation will certainly present bis name. Pitt Post. Should Congress abolish the frac tional currency, silver change will take its place; and although silver is now only worth 85 cents on the dollar, under the change and increased demand, its value would soon be enhanced. The change would relieve Canada of its glut of silver. . The carpet bag Governor of Missis sippi, Ames, finding that his corruption and criminality were officially exposed, and that nothing but resignation could save him from impeachment, staid not upon the order of his going, but 'lit out' at once. Thus is the public service one more carp...

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. — 6 April 1876

Poetry WHO ARE THE POOR! Who are the poor ? Not al ways those Who have the least to Khow, Nor are they always found among The darkest hamiU of woe ; For one may wear the richest dress And roll In wealth's galore, And still In reason's perfect sight Be poor, aye, very poor. The brightest skies may ever shine Above the mansion proud, And he who dwells within Us wall! With want may ne'er be bowed ; The sweotest music ever heard May feed his listening ear, And mirth and pleasure till the cup Of all the gladsome year. Yet poor Indeed must bo the man Who owns such Joys as these, If e'or his heart be coldly closed To others' miseries. And vain Is all his store of gold, If selllshly he live, And alttays reaping harvest new, No charity e'er gives. Real poverty Is In the heart, 'lis want of love lor man, 'Tls failure to perform a good, To bless when'eryou can ; Tlslai!k of love and lack of faith In Right and its decree, The greate st virtue one can own 16 loving charity. So let its, then, do ...

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. — 6 April 1876

Miscellaneous. MASSACHUSETTS. Bursting of a Reservoir The Waters Rush Down the Ravine With a Terrible Roar. TALL TREES PULLED UP BY THE ROOTS LIKE STRAWS. GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. NO LIVES REPORTED LOST! Graphic Description of the Scenes Witnessed. Worcester, March 30. At 6:30 this evening the reservoir dam gave way with a great crash. The spilling crumbled, letting off 7G0,000,000 g'allonB of water stored behind. The water rushed down the ravine with a terrible roar in a solid mass twenty feet high. First in the line of the sweeping flood was the stone waste gate house. When the flood struck this it tottered, then the keystone of the arch dropped out; a corner of the building next gave way, lollowed Dy the wooden roof, which was swept onward until drawn into a whirlpool, when it was crushed and thrown into the air. The gate house was tipped over bodily, and not even a stone of it remained. Down through a narrow ravino a hundred feet wide and one mile long the flood swept on. The s...

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. — 6 April 1876

Xhi Dkmcbat Is furnished to subscribers att2 pt year, II for six months; fifty cents lor three months, Invariably in advance. CohrRhpondbnck, containing Important new.i solicited from all parts of the county. rltum name and address required on every communlca Hon as & private guaranty of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per lino per year. No cud inserted for less than three dollars per year. Business Notices in Item columns on filth page lasertcdfor ten cents Per line each '" 1 wttd in reading mtr. twenty cent. i per line. Ho notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. vnnrlr advertisers allotted the privilege of Changing their advertlsi'iuenU quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 percent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements must boaccompa Died with the cash. ADVERTisKMKSTO, to insure insertion, must be handed In by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished ou application all communications to A McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. The Democrat. ESTABLIS...

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. — 6 April 1876

Business Items. W. L. FOULK. BUSINESS MANAGER PENN'A OHIO & W. VA. PRESS ASSOCIATION. PITTSBURGH, PA., U our only authorized Agent to roceI"o and so licit Advorllsomouls for tills paper, All run, burgh advertisements to us must come through this agency, or they will receive no notice what ever, SITUATION WANTED Vi 1" By a first-class 1'rlntcr as Superintendent or Manager of somo first-class priming cs uniisu muni. Is a thorough Pressman and Job Com realtor. Address A. L. WATSON, Illlon, Herkimer county, A'ow York, mar30-2o Wo can cheerfully rocommond Mr, Watson as a strliiilv sober and nil able and competent man We have scon his press work and think It equal t any, A. mcukkuuu k cu. PUBLIC SALE. I will soil at public auction, In Waynesburgh' Ohio, on Saturday, lpril 15t.li, 18(1, two new top hiiBirioH. which have never been run; cost S275 each i one excellent second-hand buvgy, side spring stylo; one t'orlland sleigh, has never been run; worth 8ot: one gentleman a urivmg nurse, ...

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. — 6 April 1876

paltry. A HERO. He has not fashion, wealth, nor worldy station, Nor has ho aught of grand scholastic lo:e; Eariy and late he tolls at his vocatlon But no one hungry ever leaves the door. No childish eye upturned to hit appealing, E'er prays lu valu i no beggar passing by, No wounded spirit its deep pain concealing, Bui find response In that true heart and eye. The widow and the orphan know Its bounty ; The hungry and the poor his loaf have shared The heavy-burdened his strong arm has lifted, And his own strength of manhood never spared. No truer eye e'er told its honest purpose ; No nobler heart o'er beat in human breast ; And still the wtary foet aro onward pressing, And tho tired hands can find no time for rest. Earth knows him not. No, for the angels often Aro visitors among us unawares; Tissaid they come our cares and grief to softeu, Bileutly down the the gleaming, golden stair. And when my Hero, who Is e'er ascending, Has reached the top, the world will never know, Perhaps, th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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