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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 August 1874

Variety. VARIETY. Sad awe A buriul case. A law unto her ielf The mother-in-law. 'White eoul is the latest Australian discovery. Good for sore eyes A dead bi(rgmje smasher. ' A Illinois Tanner has 22,000 acres of corn m one boly. Papa's wittering place talk this season "I cannot ull'ord it." Decoration Dav Every day fn the life of a fiMhlonuble belle. .' 1 V. . ,i' V I A Western paper spMikiin; of a '"life size statute. of Seward, sixteen feet hiidi.',' A cat in Madison county, Ky.; in acting an wet nurse to two motherless coons. A female nawnhroker in New York ad vertises herself us a poor loan woman. Boston l ost. It is reported that Eiijrenio and Victo ria keen un a regular correspondence and tell each other all the news that is circulating. . . -. A powerful temperance lecture is given by tho Athens Tenn.) Post thus: "Thero is a distillery in Chattooga County, Cia., at or near which live men have been murdered since it was established." ; A "reunion" of Federal and ex-Confcd-.era...

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 August 1874

" Th avliaMuustai a liunnb.it autoaMbasa at M per year; II fur tlx months; nity cents mr uireo month, Invariably In advance. ' " AtJVERTJfKMKSTi, to Insure Insertion, must be handed In bjy Weflueeday " j 1 CoMcWnro . containing Important1 newf, solicited 'from aft parta of tho ount. Writers name and address required 0B """ mmunlc Uon as a private guaraidoB of good faith. , .1 ji ESTABLISHED, A.D. 1 83 3. A. McGREGOR, Editor. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET tot Clrk of Court. JOSEPH A. BOUR. For CounlyCommlBiIoner, LEONARD BAUER. For Infirmary Director, WILLIAM STOVER. , Vote against the New Constitution. The Fremont Democratic Messenger calls the New Constitution a dead dog The New Constitution will be killed on the 18th of this month ; next Tues day week. Kentucky Democracy on Monday elected their Clerk of the Court of Appeals by only 50,000 majority. The Schaefer Repository benzine ring feel good, delighted ! I ntehold the child, by nature' kindly law, Pleased with a rattle, tickled with...

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 August 1874

New Constitution , No A. McGgijooif wiu. Srg.K,AS yoixows: WA YXKsami. Monday Breniim, August 10. OSXAVURd, Tuesday Evening, August 11, U UXIOXTOWS. Wiiililasdnv Hvmlmr. AueliJ 12J SEIXS SCHOOL WISH, "Thursday j Evening, Augirstl-I. VAX1DX, Court House stupe Saturday Eve ulng, August 15. ANTI-LICENSE' Mass Meeting, AT ri T J anrnn hmr I -rvnunrL. ' on -SATURDAY AFTERNOON, August 15 th 1874. JOHN McSWEENEY, Esq., And others will address the meeting. Every township In the. county will be repre sented, aud a good time is expected. TURNOUT. Local Matter. Tilton and Betsy aro out on a foul. Tits Baptist Sunday school held a plc-nlc at tho Fair grounds on Wednesday.and had a good time. Leiti'rk. Rev. J. Baptist church on Subject License. Russell will lecture In the Wednesday of next week. Warken. The Northern Ohio lirass Band Con vention will be held at Warren, Ohio, on Septem ber 1st and 2d. ' Tux Stark County Bank will soon remove to corner room In McKlnley'sblock.southeast cornor y of ...

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 August 1874

Poetry. ROBERT BURNS. k 1 1 man's ft. mall fliT ft' th&t. miren t recent dinner In honor of th birth of mm mat naHnnU DATU. KI1U IWCIICU uj wro viu company wuu pwg v"w...0- Ii there for Scotland ploughman bud uiai nanus u u-u, . - - ; H'e pura Uib coof from our reicanl u I'mm rnnienint. an' ' Umtl Tor a' Uuit. hu' that, . , ilii i!iiei pte. Bn' U11U: hWV-n ihi wMco' mo, l nut riuec j i., ....... What though he sometlniMmade a slip In sliddery paths, an' a' that. Or ruined lliu beaker to his lip r A kennin'.all, ui' a' that : I For a' that mi' V that, ' 1 ' 1 In spite o' faults, an' a that. A hiinl wan he by Heaven's decree, Wha bravely sang, an a' that ' A poet he that rote sillriC ,.-t'ls Q'erthn aha wrk-s-lc intntliyyij, . An' pithless blank, un' a' that. For a' that, an' a' that, Their scansion, feet, an' a" thatL , , , An' sapless rules witl cuniK'd ut y- Dii'.i, ) I An' relieves, an' a' th.it. Ye sec vou blrkle ca'd a hard, Wha struts an' stares, an' a' that; Though riliei ...

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. — 6 August 1874

Variety. PARAGRAPHS OF ALL SORTS. Ari made A Vil around the world can bo for $1,000. Money makes the mure go, but pluck makes Chicago. Tom Collins was first mentioned in Marryittt's "Peter Simple." Mount Vesuvius in to have a railroad to the top, coating $4,000,000. J ,i The Chinese law will not permit wo persons of the same (inrname to be united in marriage., , . .... New regulations for registered letters will be issued by the Postotliee Depart- manf aiwivtlv . ... . . The refleetiohW the lute Chlnigo tire was plainly Keen at Kankakee, fifty-nix niilert distant. Sundav school teacher "Anna, what must one do to be forgiven ?" Anna "He niusj sir." ' . ,1 ' ) An Iowa justice .'to 'encourage matri mony, liaH reduced his fee to twenty-live cents per couple. . . : r ' Chewing gurliin sochettputW'aterbury, Conn., that a leiimio seminary is io ie established there.' Worse than mad dii'.n is bad drainage. The dots kills one In a million, the, bad drainage one in a hundred. Cuban dollar is ...

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. — 6 August 1874

. xm-iAL notice A Clerwnmn, while rvMln? in South Aniorlo, M miawrv. UiMveid a te nl "tuple " l?rtO e curei-f .Nervous Weakness, kirly ie J j ot lhel rin.ry..Hl tiniiial Owns, Ij.dih.hole tram of disorders 0.1 by UrtVft I sn ivh-k.il. h.biu. Great iiuiul h-ive belli cured by Hi" remedy. Prompted by a will send Uie receipt fir owi-rins. and using this nerds it, W itf (wrof- Address. J()M-.l II T. l.V 5!iTn Htstion 1), Bluls House, KeW Vork tity. July.! -ma. i Domestic Sewing Machines. TT IS AS ADMITTED FACT BY PRACTICAL I fc winij Mai-bin men. Uiat the IkmeMu can jlwoulouiofuuia. A targe number have been itld from Uie Canton ottie. and Ihev ty'u ieiierai salisfacUon. . Asa SewlK Msliln l TiKhl running, quiet, easj to operate, and durable, tiive 1 a UlsJ before punha.ln elsewhere. tLulrt on monthly r-ymenw, end P"" f. celved every Saturday by Uie undersized. Domestic and Davis lUlii Machine Needles julylt74-m5. . MANU0OD: HOW LOST HOW RE STORED. r Just published, new elltl(u of DR. Cl...

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. — 13 August 1874

ran CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 13, 18T4. a. McGregor & son, mushes. VOL. 41. NO. 10. Correspondence For the Stark County Democrat.] For the Stark County Democrat.] NOTES OF AN EXCURSION ACROSS THE SATE OF KENTUCKY. BY E. P. G. Mr. J. 0. Lester and royself parted from Canton on the early train on Saturday morning, June 20th with tickets via the "Dayton Short Line," and ar rived at Cincinnati about 6 P. M. Soon after pass ing Springfield noticed a few '"' harvested, and the number of b rapidly Increased as we approached Cincinnati. Remaining over Sunday in Cincinnati . w o ob served that Uie numerous saloons of that city were conspicuously open on that day; and In many of thcni wo could see their customers im bibing beverages." This we understood to be the consequence of the repeal of the Sunday on nance, so called, by which repeal the saloons were exempted from the scrutiny of the police. One principal object of our excursion was to examine certain lands in Kentucky along the line of t...

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. — 13 August 1874

Poetry. "CURFEW MUST NOT RING TONIGHT." fin the time of Cromwell. young soldier, fot Kme offence, wm condemned to die, and the time of his death wslUed"atth ringing of Uie cur few " 'Naturally Inch a doom toul I fearful and bitter to one in tho year, of his hope and pride, but to this unhappy jouth death wasdoubl, terrible. sinca he was son to have been . married to a beautiful young My whom ho had long lov ed. The tudy who lured hiia ardently IB return, had used her utmost efforts woven his fate, l'leml; Ing with the Judges, and even with Cromwell him self but all in vain. In ! despair she tried to bribe the eld sexton not to ring the bell, but .he found that impossible. The hour drew near for tho execution. The preparations were completed. The officers of the law brought fortb tho prisoner, and wailed, while the un WIU f"r Ulc "g" nal from the distant bell-tower. To the wonder oi everybody, it did not ring! Only one human be 'ing at that moment knew the reason. The poor girl half ...

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. — 13 August 1874

Poetical Quotations MONITORY. ?2) n every thom delightful wisdom grow, In every ttiiiu A sweet instruction l!e, Vul'JiO. Well dressed, w ell bred, Well cinlpK'1. 1 ticket good enough, ,' To pom iu readily Uirougn any duur. . COWPER, Wealth msy flee and friends deceive uj, Love may change his sunny looks; But those treasures never leave us Whleh we garner in from books. "PBS-AND-iNK BE ETCHES, Eor F. R. S, and L. L. D. Can only spring from A. B. C. ELIZA COOK. There Is a flre-fly In the southern clime Which shlneth only when upon the wing: It U so with the mind; when once we real, We darken. KNICKERBOCKER. . Resdur attend 'whether thy soul Soars fancy s night bcyonil tne polo, Or darkling gnu uiis earuuy uuie in low pursuit, Know, prudent, cautious tdj-tonttel Is wisdom's root. Bl'RXS. Science to some is the goddess great, to some the milch-cow of the Held; Their care Is but to calculate, what butter she will yield. SCHILLEB.-DfI.WER. Well may they boast themselves of ancient na- "on...

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. — 13 August 1874

. atK pel year; II for six montns; fitly centi tor montl invariably In advance. three Adtibtisejiiwi, to Insure insertion, muf be handed In by Wednesday noon. rnnRBroNDE!ci. containing Important newt, 1 1. ..1 (W,m all narts of the COuntV. W rttors name and ad drees required on every communica tion a a private guarantee of good auts. Thi DemocbaT to furnished to subscriber! HA ESTABLISHED, A. D. I 833 A. McGREGOR, Editor. DEMOCRATIC COUXTY TICKET For Clerk of Courts, . JOSEPH A. BOTH.. For County Commissioner, LEONARD KAIIKIt. For InQrmttry Director, WILLIAM tTOVKK. coxgressioxa l cox 1 'extiox. The several counties composing the 17th Congressional -District of Jhiocnre re(uested to meet in Convention at Alii ancc, at I o'clock P. M., on Tuesday, Sept. 8th put m nohiination candidate for Congress!, ' Eack township, ward, or election precinct will be entitled to onodolegatc l and; cacluof-thc coun tics embraced 'in said district, will see that fi full representation is sent to the Co...

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. — 13 August 1874

Local Matter. HE FLOOD. Heaviest Rainfall Ever Known in Canton. Great Damage Done—Scenes and Incidents. The heaviest and most destructive rofii Htonn ever known in this locality de scended uu Canton on lust jSnt unlay niorninj.' it came in torrent, with (treat force, and hud tho limd in and about Canton been Bet upon odjje, as it in in rittshurj.'!), we should certainly be called upon to chronicle as sad a cutnstrophe as the one occasioned in that city by the recent flood. For a time the streets pre sented the appearand!, of turbulent riv ers, and wherever there was a slope the water ettheil and poured down in the nianiii r of a mountain stream during a freshet: no obstructing object, however ponderous, could check its maddened How. Cellars were- changed to cisterns, and lie 1 !e became greatly alarmed, thinkniL' thev would be submenred or swept nv.v.v iiilo eternity. One HL;ed in dividual was heard to exclaim in an ox cited tune: ''I liii.Jlif a kuowed it; they1 said the comet woul...

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. — 13 August 1874

Variety. PERSONALITIES. Motlev's anhiurimvM6 fVomliis liter ary work is l,e f'1'0i'y- ; ? X new version of "Griffith Gaunt" has been underlined at Niblo'a Garden. Sir Isiac Newton's resident in Lon don is now used as a Sunday sciiool rooin When a Louisville person has earache, the who.esnlo price of cotton increases. Milwaukee Sentinel. Awkward-"0, Edith, won't you kiss Pr MeChiskie?" "I'm so shy, mamma. You kiss him first." Punch. Zion's Herald advises Christians not to wear their long dices at the watering pla ces. Only a long purse is necessary. "Spectacular pictures of a course kind" is the way the Athemeum talks of the Dore gallery now exhibiting in London. The Eev. W. II. H. Murray has begun the construction of a half mile track on his farm at Guilford, Connecticut, for the exercise of his horses. Wendell Phillips has accepted his ap pointment as Lunacy Commissioner of Massachusetts, thoiuth not able at present to attend actively to the work. According to the Brooklyn Argus se...

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. — 13 August 1874

Poetry. ROBERT BURNS. within the lowly cottage To a destiny obscure. Doomed through voiith's exciting Spring time, Hot bi bilmr and elnlun- I I I Yet despainhe ellwcd from hiin. Nature breathed wlUi holy Joy. In Hie hut of mom tuid evening. A On tlieevcli'lsol tlivbov; And his country's uuiiMlunl him ljiurels for his sun l)iirnei brow. When inspired and proud she found hira Toiling calmly at the plough. On, exulting In his lnr-.gio, KWf the gifted pixtoii ' "' TThoitnh his feet were on the irreertwnnl. Unlit from Heaven around liiiu nhoiic; At his eonjumtioii, demons litieil from their darkness drear. Hovering 'round on silver pinions. Angels mopped Ills sunrsto hear. Bowed the Passions to his bidding. Terror gaunt, and l'ily (aim : Like the orpin injured his thunder. Like Uie lute his uiiry pNiliii. v . Lo ! when clover swarths lay 'munil. Or his feet the furrow pressed. He could mourn I lie several daisy. Or the mouse's ruined nest: Wovo of gloom and glory, visions Haunting throng...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 August 1874

Local Matters. Mlia. Awhit McKnmrK.of Rn-kdale, Pa., hi wriliuu 10 Dr. Wl.hart, say "My son was pro nounced li.curble with consumpUon, but hiring 2f mrPine Tree Tar Cordial we purchased three bottle, and he commenced minx it. and from that day lu this be has been getting well;" - : S 1 ' A rural youth sauntered into saloon the other dy nd going to the br tender. said boldly, gfin'roe a pretiel and two cents wuth o' chett:lm gittln' kinder reckless since dddledn kftaie my fcirtin." FLIRTS. A Urge portion of the American young ladles ot this ago, evince decided patctumt tut flirting; ao much so Is this the fact, that oa smoking has grown to be a national habit among young men, ao flirt- ing la fast becoming a national felling among the young women and girls of the United State. Especially U this true among those who reside iu the smaller cities and towns. That this prevalent passtime. for such they term it, Is an Improper one is patent to all who can know and appreciate the characteri...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 20 August 1874

1 XJ WW ' ? IN VOL. 41. NO. 11. CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 20, 1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers The Democrat. The Democrat. THE BEECHER-TILTON CASE. Continues to fill the columns of our large dailies. The long and able letter of Henry Ward lkcchcr and the report of his examination has been the great sensation during the past week. The let ter is too long for ourcolunirsandisafull ;iiral relation of Mr. Beecher's whole acquaintanc. : find connection w ith Theodore Til.on. It seems, in the good ness of his heart. Mr. Beecher took hold f young Tilton and aided him to get an education and helped him to position, finally editor of the Independent. By his free-love notions, and his intimacy with the Woodhull crew, Tilton lost all .u:. cirtrdthc Gulden An. Tilton una, "u became pecuniary embarrassed, and blamed Beecher with nis misionuucs, working, by his friend Moulton's assist ance, upon Beechcr's sensitive nature, Tilton got some 7,ooo out of Beecher. Bcccher too, was induced to sign l...

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. — 20 August 1874

Poetry. THE WEDDING OF SHON MacLEAN. THE WEDDING OF SHON MacLEAN. A Bagpipe Mc'ody, from the Gadic. BY ROBERT BUCHANAN. At the weilillinn'l Maclean Iweiuy I'M" Mfiher . ' Came 111 tin- i'l ihera.il I'mviiK over Hit' liwiiliiT. Ua.Uui.Ulie.r rilil.n. Hew. itruviiy l..i rtrulicd and We. Kwli clad i i'"1"11 "ew: , , ll'iii'.l. iiikI urn. U i'--k feather; Amiocry im-cr waalu. lueuiy 1'iiicni logcilicr. lie's hill a Sais-cnui-li. blind an J vain, N im never Heard ..r M.u l '- ... , The liiike'. o 11 riT, culled .-li.' "V 1 S I.U freckled .km and "' u-, Father ami mm, ince tlio world " . . II, e spirit moved hunt.. Wku a v. c- A luJie Willi eyes ( ni: liiand blue. V ho li.vitl Ilie pilaw, and I'"-' P' '"' , , Ami .UurtHl I" U. W Inn' a a lily and smooth a an cuir. ,o ail Hie I'll" were I'uinii'K l"" "',,r (Hit llif miHjr and ai roM the hi'iilher, All in the wind and the lain; All Ilie imn 5,1 bravely dnt Were tli--kn.it In lr.nn H; ;"' "' "e To blew Ihe bedding and blow lliilr best. At th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 20 August 1874

Poetry. ANITHESIS. Death gives U) m jre than life Stray Poem, Aye, more; It give repose nr than in; II le cn e'er Impart; Va.it depth of peace, where every burdened heart At length will loose tt woe. I love not any erred That prate of deathless life beyond the sun. Enough of lile when these uor yearn are done; 1 would nave rest indeed I I know my prlson-barr, 1 build no toppling towers on shining units; I reach not upward with decaying hands To graap the lolly star. The lowly grave la dear. And haa no terrors : it s free from pain ; ll couch la downy; and no mere! baim Wring the regretful tear. And life lt wild uproar, lta fruitless hopca, lu withered, blighted day Ita huura of anguish, turn the faluling gaje Toward Uie "vuiceleo aliore." Variety. SANDY FAULKNER—DEATH OF THE ORIGINAL ARKANSAS TRAVELER. Col. Faulkner was borne in George town, Scott county, Kentucky, March 3d, 1803, and was seventy-one years of age at his death. He came to Arkansas in 1829. and settled in Chicot count...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 20 August 1874

Tut DimociVT l fUnibhed subscriber at 12 per year; for U months; fifty cenU for three month, Invariably In advance. ADViRTtsntkNT, to Insure- liwrtion, mud be handed In by Wedneaday noon. CoaaarosDtNci, contalnln: Important newa, ollcltcd from all paru of the county. Writer, name and addreai required on every communica tion u a private guarantee of good faith. The Democrat. ESTABLISHED, A. D. 1833. A. McGREGOR, Editor. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET For Clerk of Courts. " JOSEPH A. BOTK. Fur County CommMoucr, , LEONARD KABEK. For Infirmary Director, WILLIAM STOVER. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. The several counties composing the 17th Congressional District of Ohio, are requested to meet in Convention at Alli ance, at 1 o'clock p. M., on Tuesday, Sept. 8th 1874,' to put in nomination a candidate for Congress. Each township, ward, or election precinct will be entitled to one delegate ; and each of the coun ties embraced in said district, will see that a full representation is sent to the Conven...

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. — 20 August 1874

Local Matter. Pbkm and cream. Bi.Ai KBKRRiE.Hare plenty. ' . They are so busy in Kansas that they spo.ll it llwurth. People in the Fourth ward arc endan gered from stagnant water. The I'oumil lias ordered scweniKO. A PiTTOiiuRmi wag put a muzzle on his dog's tail, as the ordinance does not siieo ify where the muzzle shall be worn. Klder Ingram will speak on the sub ject of "Soul Sleeping," next riunduy evening, do and hear hint. A Canton man went home the other night, greatly out of humor, and when his wife asked hint what made him bo snappish, he replied, "turtle soup!" An unreasonable, saloon-keeper of thin town suys that tho recent heavy ruin was but another result of tho temper ance crusado. As absent-minded bnmness man of Canton carefully deposited a package of important papers in the spittoon and then walked deliberately across the floor and n 1 it in his safe.. ESSIG A SOS, In the Cassilly block are the sole Agents for the Louisville Woolen Mills. A full line of yarns, Satine...

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. — 20 August 1874

Poetical Quotations MISCELLANEOUS. Tl Kuler to stop Euphrates at lu hum. luau otie tear ui ft true and lender heart. ityron. There's not a string attuned to mirth, But has IU chord ul niciancnoiy. Wood. There's dark enough In any skull To charge, with black a raven's plume. food. Why do budi ope, except to die? iood. The tear down childhood's cheek that Hows, la like the dew-drop on the row; V ben next the iunimer breeas cornea by, And waves the bush, the flower la dry. SeiAi. Tea may break, you may niln the vase If you will, Sat Ik aoent of the row will hang round It "till. Moort. raat pleasure doublea present pain. Byron. To hope, To trust, la happier than to know. Jfoorf. i bow, knee bend, eyes) watoh around a mruiie, jtnd hands obey our heart are "till our own. iJynm. Tot In "fftrewell," that fatal word, howe'cr prtuiM, hope, believe there breathe despair, Hymn. The strongest castle, tower and town, The goldeu bullet beam It down. Shnkctpaxtt. Welcome ever smiles, and farewell g...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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