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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 October 1874

AUSTRO--HUNGARIAN POLARDISCOVERIES. COYERIES. , . , To Atmtrian enterprise belongs the hono,of having discovered the moot northern land yet reached by polar ex peditions. The narrative of the adven turer on the Tegetthotf, as related In a telegram from Capt. Payer to the Neue Freie Pratt, is full of interest to all who have followed the hiHtory of Arctic ex plorations. Capt. Payer and Lieut Weybrecht have secured for themselves and for Austria a permanent lease of fame. In leaving Bremen June 13, 1872, their expectations appear to have been limited to the hope of exploring the coast at Northern Kibftria. and did not include the intention of reaching much higher luHtmlna v,nnf Wiloaec conveyed to them some stores and provisions in his yacht while thej were off the coast of .Nova Zenibla, and lert mem mere in uiu followinir Auimst. provisioned for three years. From that time till their return nothing was heard from them, except in the negative evidence of Capt Isaksen, a Norwegian fis...

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. — 1 October 1874

SPECIAL NOTICES. v. . A CARD. " A Clergyman. while residing In South America, as a nitMinary. dlx-overed a me ami aimi'le rem edy fi'f Uie cure ' Nervous Wuaknws, Karly De cay, lHsmu-eol the I rinsry and Seuilnal Oryana, end the whole train of disorders brought on by fcancfiil and vlr-lt i Imbiu. Great numlrs hav bit-n cured by this noble remedy. Pnniicd by a dmreto bm.-.rtl the aitlirm and unfortunate, .11 ,1... r. .I... 4,,p itiwumntr iml ii-uiir Ihit ' njf.lh me. in mU1 eiivcloiw, to my uw that ' needs It yr(t of l Ifinjt. Address JOr-KPH T. IN MAN. Station fl, Bibi House, New York Lily. caution. ,'. riBVFVs IVWS 111 It IMPERIAL I'LOU la buying their shares should see thai the liaine Iwpbbiai. Is cast on every share, wears nfonueu that certain parties are making the Imperial Slier with a view to injuring our trade by luruishihg very Interior article. To protect the larm.r, , Well a uttm.tvea.irum in" our Uadi: mark ou every rhare, and w ithoul which t Bou wiU.be seuuui Anyone usi...

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. — 8 October 1874

VOL. 41. NO. 18. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 8,1874. A. McGREGOR & SON, huousher. The Democrat. SEE TO IT. fee that you have teams ready on the day of election, to bring the sick, the lame, and the laggard. Make your ar rangements hi time to bring out every possible vote. Thus make suevess not only sure, but roll up a rousing majority. 1 Federal office-holders, Custom House officials, Postmasters &c, are be ing blackmailed, to pay election ex penses. Grant's Civil Service Reform rules foiled all this for political purposes, but that humbug is played out and never amounted to anything. i ! ! Lit! our neighbors' of the -Repository establishment give us their; judgment about the. Kellogg check-book and stubs. Also do not neglect those loving letters from Carpenter, Chandler and others to "Dear Kell6gg." , ,Are, those, worthies these discoveries? Governor Allen has issued writs of election to the? Sheriffs of th Twelfth Congressional District Vo arrange for the election of a Congreesm...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

Poetry. BILL JONES: A SAILOR'S STORY. BY MATHEW GREGORY LEWIS. 'Now,wel!-a-dayr the sailor said, A "Some danger doth impend: . I Three ravens all In yander tltdo, And harm, will hai.n, I'm afraid, Ere we reach our kiumu's end." . fi And what have the ravena with on to dot Isies their sight then bode us evil r "Why, tu And one raveu i lucky, tls true : But 'Us certain destruction to light upon two, And meeting wit, three i the devil. - ,t I've known full three score yean go by, .. . And only twice before I've wen three raveua near me By ; And twice good can to wish had I That 1 ne er might ace thorn mow. ( . The nrst time I was wrecked at tea; The aecond time, by tire I lout my wife and children three That selfsame night ; and woe U me That 1 did out then expire I "Still do I hear their scream for aid, Which to give wa past man' power; I m in earth their coffins laid Well, my heart of marble niiut be made, Since it did not break that hour I" " Poor annl I your tale of many woe Hrlnir...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

Poetry. THE LAMENT OF GRANDMOTHER GRUMBLE. BY HELEN J. ANGELL. What has become or the suppers, 1 The suppers we ued to know, When David and 1 were youngsters, In the beautiful long ago ' 1 When the peep e got pin the morn ng, And ilept the night houn through? I hale the glare of gas-light And thesuiell of kerosene - c Their taper of wax are better But they have a Romish lean, And the blessed tun la the jest light That these old eyee hae ansa. i But. Ibrfearof fading their carpets,' ' They darken the house like a tomb; ' They're not a particle better Than those from my mother's loom ' That looked ao gay in the sunlight Or the firelight of the room. Thay talk of charming pictures, , ! Of "A Suurise by the Sea," . i And "Morning in the Bernese Alps," But hey Just make fuu of me . , If I praise the real sunrise i ... -i A sight they never see. It Is not aceordlngto Nature '' To lie in bed till 10, And come half-dreseed to breakfast, As If It was early then. When my children got up grumb...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

THlDonuTifuroihedtoiubcribc: at tt per year, II for six month; fifty cent : r three months, invariably In advance. ....tiiiaim to insure ini --,u, uui be handed In by Wednesday noon. OoaawroNUENCi, containing important new,t solicited from til pert of Uo county. Writers nun end addreeslrequired 0:1 every communis- Hon it prlTate guarantee good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ON WEEK. One Inch, Two inchea, Three Inches el So 00 460 V column, 3n leoo 1000 1600 TWO WKKKB 2 001 W column, 400 " 00 1 One " TURK WMKS. R SO IW column, . 7 60Oue " ' ON MONTH. f I 50 1 i column, 7 00 " 1000 1 One " THRU MONTHS. I 8001 V column, . 12 00 U " 15 00 One " One Inch, Twoiml.ee, Three inch, t too 14 00 oo One Inch, Two Inches, Three inches, 11200 17 00 . 3600 One Inch. Two Inchee, Three Inchee ' nsoo ao 00 woo One Inch, Two Inchee, Three luche, roo 40 00 66 00 BIX MONTHS. 112 00 1 Vy column, 10 oo V? " 26 00 I One ' ONE YEAR, tin 00 1 column, 26 1)0 V? ;; so uo Oue One Inch. Two Inchee; Three inches, t...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

Business Items. Wi celled at H. Wernet A Bro.'s, Walnut and TuacuiM'U streets, on Wednesday and taw the best Move In the market; It la the Climax, a 10ft Coal Base burner; the only stove with an antl- CILnkor grate; and altogether thefraoat prfectand complete heater we have teen. Call and examine Hand you will be convinced. ALWAYS AHEAD. Bloomflold Bros received the premium IM the oounty fair for custom made boota and ihoei. Tbii U another proof of our repeated assertions that thelrl la the plaoe to purchaae auch article! moat advantageously. Call on them In the Opera block. ,, ,, ."I ( ,,. BOUND TO WIN. Any merltorloui enterprlM, conducted In ' proper war, I always certain to aucoeed, and people will alweyi learn, aooner or later, nat where a deterring establishment mar be found. That la the reaaon the furniture room of Thomas Johnson are receiving to many vlsla from admiring purchasers. People dealrlng fur niture of any kind, visit hl More, and upon' ex amination find that Juat wh...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

Poetry. ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL POEM. Tbe following beautiful poem from one of the moat rifted moo of genius iu New Jersey, h ut appeared In Aon WW's austral What roagnirieenl Unes "e iuuowus.: t "dn a warld'spulst he Uifl his hand,' 1 bight knul hr key upon Die W'1 -"In life or death there's nothing to." TnawhoUpomfcooi tf-iemarletretigth and beauty, to'wh!&ie take the" greater delight, because it been Um evldenca of (ma Uo enJ .n.mma h th modem vice of the mere rhetoafcof poetry, which i frttaoot 1 runnel! th, inspired eotu. McUennou m mi, besf poe In the eouuUTsl . i. THE EDITORS GRAVE. The sward ni damp with falling dew, And sadly came, n(?" .Vim I'ffnrirl l All Tiw ult lei rWt. L sin Wsty,f I '..! 1 ne moaning And sadly came, from wood and glade, ,And, neaxaud far.eii niovlng mote,' . Uy Jreaiuy aurruw eeutcd tonoat. ht float! the loul when death ! near, And pulae U low witlt ebliiiio fuar, . , Bt) ijevd my life at every tirtatb, f , i Which clwer drew uie inW klh. . ' ' ; . I I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

Miscellaneous. BLACK LEAGUES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES. SEQUENCES. With the Fourteenth Amendment to the-iionHtitution, conferring citizenship and"iTiconditionul suHruge upon the col ored race, muy be said to liave been plan ted the seeds of discord and strife which have grown so rankly since that time. To say thut these extended privileges were, a nece-ssary consequence of the Thirteenth Amendment, forbidding sla - very within the jurisdiction of the United 1" States is to assume a forced and; false ' mnrlusion. vw ' r " Certainly the mere actof emancipation could" not confer intelligence, lift up . nn ilpimuled bv centurieaof slavery and almost steeped in barbarism, to the plane of civilization, or fit th,e millions who had been reared to obey a master's will for the " raunnnuiliilitipff of citizenshiD and suf frage. The darkest ignorance, supersti ' tion, and even'feticisra had to be at least - partially eradicated belore the freedmen 1 could begin to rise to the height of their chan...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 October 1874

SPECIAL NOTICES. AOoTvm w a A CARD. t , -i.il i.ilni In 8oth America, Ind" ifXle 0i diwrders brought on by aueiui " , . Prompted bjr urea D; u. r,,,,,,,.,-. I di.e to beuem uie - - ; . cKI, MAN UaZ S. bWuouse, New York City. juir7-B1'J' MANHOOD: HOW LOST HOW HE- BTQRED of Db. CUL-iTvKS M- Just published. new e.ritlon CKLtHKATED EssAY on the radi wllhaut medicine) of J" Knmal Weakness, "'""W'S'.'St YhZR dtSyWmdulgeuceor MuJexu.vag.mce, Priee,ln a waled envelope, only sir cents. Tblebrated author In this, .j ,WI, demonstrates, from thirty year succetM m Clearly wu.-.-. - -- --,-,... , ..if. K'may be cured wllh.mt the d.n,rer. oSJo? "lemal medicine or r;i tauTpStoS .TouTa mode of cure or,. simple. wrWnaud enectual. by nieaiu of which every wflerer. no "mailer what hta condition may be, JoVvchlm "la t h I. Lecture should be In the hands of ev ery youih and every man in uie i"a . Sent under seal, In a pla:n emhfe. to any ad aMpoui, on recent of six i two poet ULnix. .. . CELINE CO.. IT B...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 October 1874

OANT0N, OHIO, OCTOBER 15, 1874. A. McGBEGOR & SON, tuousher- VICTORY! STARK DEMOCRATIC By over 1,000 Maj. Canton Democratic by 233 Majority. Woodworth Re-elected to Congress by about 200. In the barn the tenant cock, Close to partlet perched on high Close to partlet perched on high Briskly crows; the shepherd's clock Jocund that the morn is night. The old-fashioned election music of .t, ,,ur Hnvs of the davs of integrity I and economy greets and gratifies the hearts of the true and tried, of the friends of the Constitution, of law and order. The result, on Tuesday, in "Old Molly Stark" is exceedingly gratifying to the friends of L'ood and cheap goverment. It is a step in the right direction in favor of reform, in favor of a judicious and proper management of public af fairs. It is, in fact, a popular condemna tion of Grantism of Credit Mobilier, of Salary Grab, of Carpet-Bag tyranny, of all corruption and miserably bad man hgement in administration. For example, "Old Molly Stark...

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. — 15 October 1874

7 HE SI ARK OUNTY DEMOCRAT; CAN1 ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. Poetry. PLOUGHMAN AND THE POSER Hodge, a P"r honest country Will, . -Not uver-sfcick'd with Uiiriiliig. Chained on summer's eve to uioel llie vicar, home reluming. "Ah ! Mwter Hodge." the What. Mill a wte never? The people in the vlllao- sy. - That you are wondrous clever. "Why. Master Parson, as to that, 1 bi g you'll Hunt conceive me, I donna hrag. but still 1 know A tiling or two, believe uie,' "I'll try your skill." the vicar laid, "For learning what dlginiion, Which oon you'll prove it right or wrong, By solving me a question. "Noah of old three children had. Or grown op children rather, 8hem, Ham, and Japhet, they were call d, Now, who was JapheU fatherf "AdsookP cried Hodge, and scratched hU head, , , "That does my wits belabour ; But homeward howsoine'er I'll run. And ax old Giles, my neighbor.' To Giles he went, and put the case, With circumspect intention. 'Thou fool!" cried lilies, "I'll make It clear To thy ...

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. — 15 October 1874

THE STARK COUNT YirPEMOCRATj CANTON, THURSDAY', OCTOBER 1 5, 1874. Miscellaneos. GENERAL LONG STREET. What the Rebels Think of Him. A letter from New Orleans to the Chi cago Inter-Ocean says: I referred to General Longstreet just now. As everybody knows, he is thor oughly reconstructed; he is a Federal officer, Surveyor of the Port, and has been as active as anv in this war of races, commaading the colored men against his old comrades of the rebel lion. For this he receives, perhaps, the most intense hatred of any, and I my self have heard men say that they "would shoot Longstreet on sight." The papers have demanded his life, and they call him "a recreant traitor," "the be trayer of the dearest interests of the South," and all that sort of thing. While Penn and Kellogg and Long street and Casey were talking, just be fore that conference of the factions that lasted most all of yesterday, Penn spoke of the quiet of the city, and Kellogg ask ed if he thought his (Kellogg s) life would ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 October 1874

THE STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, CANTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15,1874. TBI Duockit U furnished to subscribers at 13 per year, II tor six months; fifty cents lor three month!, invariably In advance. Advertisements, lo insure insertion, wast be banded in by Wednesday noon. Correspondenc-, containing important new,f touched from aU par" ' ,he count'- wrtton name and addre"requlred on every communica tion a a private guarantee of good faith. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 0N VtKKK. One Inch. Two Im he. Three iuchca II ISO V column, t no 10 ki 15 00 aim I Une TWO . 4d0 00 One inch. Two inches, column, Out " 1900 14 00 20 00 Three TtlKKE WKKK8. One inch, Two Inches, Three inches. ' f; SO I ' column, 600 K 7oOOne " 112 00 17 00 26 00 0X8 MONTH. I It ,v I column, 7" )? 10 00 1 One One inch. Two Inches, . Three inches - 1500 JO (II) 30 00 THKKK MONTHS. f 8 oil 'i column, 12 (JO H " 15 00 1 One " One inch, Two inches, Three inches, $25 00 , 40 00 66 00 SIX MONTHS. One Inch, Two liu'hcs: Three Indies, $12 00 . ...

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. — 15 October 1874

THE SI ARK CO UN 7 Y DEM OCR A T, CANTON, 7HURSDA Y OCTOBER 15, 1874. Business Items. Oo to the Grand Opening at 0. A. Wlnterhalter's, Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17, LOST-TEN DOLLARS SEWARD. The above reward will be paid for the return to this office of lady's fur boa, lost Wednesday after noon on the Fulton road. Great Sale, We will offer at Public Sale In the Public Square at Canton, Ohio, OS SATURDAY, OCTOBER Vth, 1874, 30 Unit class Horues, consisting of Roadster Draft and Farm Horses, which will positively be old to the highest bidder. Sale will commence at 1 r.H. J. Kitzkii-i.ee & Sons. Ladies, Misses and Children's hata and bon- ,- .... -..(.... It.., nfTk.Mut In this nets lu greatw vnnctj vu,vu tlty at the the opening at G. A.JWlnterhalter's, No. 17 Public Square. All are Invited to call and ex amine the stock. No cards. Cl'RT Eimio. of the firm of Essig 4 8on, Is now In New York purchasing goods for the fall and win ter trade, We advise all to go and see the ba...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 October 1874

T H E.ST ARK COUNTS :DHM OCR A T.,xANTON IHUSDAY:, OCTOBER 1574 Poetry. THE TOWN AND COUNTRY MICE. BY ALEXANDER POPE. Onee on i lime 'i nin the fahlel, A country nioiow, right h.lialle, Received a Uin mow at hut boaru, J111.1 as farmer might lord : A frugal iiK'iw. upon t,1) whole. Vet loved his friend, and had a soul: Knew what wa handsome, and would do t, (111 just mcaslon amir ju ll eimle He brought him bacon, nothing lean : Pudding, that might have pleased a dean; Cheese, such an men in fiinolk make, Bui wished it Stilton forhiaak.e; Yet, to his guesi though nu way njwrlng, He eat hlmsell Ihe rind and Priiig. Our courtier srarre could much a lilt. But showed hU breeding and hU wit : He did his best to seem to eat. And cried "1 vow you're nihility neat: "Hut, my dear friend, thin savage mtiib I For Ilea ven'n sake come and live with men; Consider, mice, like men, niust die. Both small and (treat, both you and I ; Then spend your Ille In Joy and sport. This doctrine, friend, 1 lea...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 October 1874

THE STARK C&UNTY DEMOCRATS GANTONJTHURSDA Y I O C TOBER i5, i$74 Miscellaneous. SELLING A SITUATION. Uystweek the following advertisement appeared in one, of the morning news papers: Will procure a plain penman a sala ried position, worth I75 per month, who will recompense the advertiser with J50. Address. O. B. . A Sun reporter answered the adver tisement. The next day he received the following: Dkar Sir Please call at 176 Bleecker street (Grove House) to-morrow at one o'clock p. u. O. B. G. M. ROLLINS. The reporter called at the Grove House at the time appointed. Mr. Rawlins oc cupied room 84, and received his visitor very courteously. He is a young man, apparently about twenty years old. There is a slight look of dissipation about his eyes, but otherwise he is not unprepos sessing. He told his story in the bash ful mauner natural to an honorable young man about to make such a bar gain for his services. He said. I have been empioyed for nearly two years in the office of a cert...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 October 1874

8 THE STARK COUNTYDEMOCRA T, CANTON, 1 H USD A Y, OCTOBER 15, 1874- 'SPECIAL NOTICES. A CARD. d bv U. "wTbl remedy. Proimted by a LTn U V, BuHouse, New York City. ju'ly74-ina. ANUOOD: HOW LOST H OW RE-STORED. M , . Just published, a new edition of Pa. U'L- SlMiidlgenS sexiiI extravagance, C?iMn.in a sealed envelope, only six cento. Thkbted.XrTln till" admirable Essay nint? thai the alarming consequences of wit iy be rliieally cured without the danger S internal medicine or application of a knrDolnllout . mode of cure at once simple, eertain and eneclual, by means J, mfierer.no iM"er w.i u .7..' nay cure ninueii i .Tbie Lecture m.v cure himself cheaply, privately and royiOMr. "S Thta Lecture should be in the hand of every drew, nix cents or two pol ,. In II, u Uml. TiYi under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad ult paid, OB well Addre the Publisher. CQ 127 Bowery, New York, Postotllce Box, 40S6. oct23'78-yl. b.m.f.10; The Democrat. Four Republican Congressmen re main as monuments of...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

VOL 41. NO. 20. CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 22, 1874. a. McGregor & son, Huue The Democrat. SOCIAL SCIENCE ABROAD. The National Social Science associa tion, of Great Britain, met in Glasgow, Scotland, on September 30, it being the eighteenth annual eesmon. The bjwoci ation is divided into four departments of Law, Education, Health, and Economy and Trade. The nexaion lasted eight days. The inaiiinil address was de- livered by the President, Lord Rosen- berry, a young Scotch Lord of 27, with liberal and expanded views. He pronounced squarely for compiil- gory education. Among the upper . classes, he affirms and the point is cleV' erly put compulsion already exists, more stringent than any legislature can frame. The compulsion is moral, and the penalty on the disobedient is extinc tion. But to all Classen alike be would apply a law which would secure them .the blessings of education. In addition to good general education he would in 1 sist on, first, general instruction in econ omlcal pr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 October 1874

THE S1AK vOUNTY DEMOLRA, CAN1 ON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. Poetry. THE BED OF DEATH. IMM.UL EDmM:-Art'ly loved one of my .i ami kin. now Ut away In toreisn land., la.n last at home gave me copy of "New Poems t rVrtM Arnold." in which 1 find tht following It to worth reproducing :-MAaLON Cos.l 1 kiiotlhimybedofdflh 4 1 Kra bn,loly h.;ln.betfTee; or the) I-" U l'l oratn Of lurmue's lavured sous, out a.k not each kind I soul to keep Tearless, wlieii of my death he hew. lt those who will, it any, wPl . There are worse plague on earth than tears. I ask hut that my death may find The freedom to my lile denied. Ask but the folly of man 'id. Then, then at last, to quil my aide. ire me the whispering crowded room Th Me whoa.me and gape, and go; The ceremonioiu air ol gloom Air, fiat make death a hideoiu ahow I Her bring to see me rease to live, Some .Lur full of phrase and fame, Po .hake hl sapient head and give The ill be caimot euro a name. Nor fetch to take the accustomed toll Of the p...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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