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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 July 1875

Variety. STATE AND NEIGHBORHOOD. ' The oldest inliubitnnt lives in Cincin liuti, Mrs. l'odestft, aged 100. Thfl riiillidothe street railroad is com' riletud, and cars are running its entire length. ..' ' All the rolling mills of VoungBtownare now in ouenmon lor tno ursi time in two years. " ; ' j The First National Ba:'k at Millers burg has surrendered its charter, and is closing up business as a National Bank John fA-iicli. formerly a Superintend wit of Public Schools in C'ircleville, is a Police JUdge in New Orleans. ' '' ' There are twenty-three carriage shops in Cleveland, a number of which manu facture work exceeding about $30,000 per annuiil. Commencement exercises at the Ohio . Wetilevan University, at Delaware, will occur on the 22d and 24th of this month Thomas Bragg, a former resident of KOS8 county, nas Deen arresiea in wuhu inirton C. II. as beint! the person who lias frequently set on fire the barn and dwell ing of Wash Gott, a German, who resides in that county. Bragg ...

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 July 1875

Local News. Donksy-hotky telhe way a Quality Hill mai den prouounccs Don Quixote. C AumuN 4 Co. have commenced fearing down part of their shops preparatory to 'rebuild ing. Thi family of George H. BuckIub, left Canton last week, to take up their rcsldeuce at Wichita, Kas. Kow is the "season when dissolute and lmpe cunioua young men seek to pawn their over coata. C. AULTHiN 4 Co. shipped severa I machine to Santiago. ChUl, lat week. They are to be placed -on exhibition at a grand South American Exhibi tion. 60HI Canton Lunatic remarked the other day that it would be a big Joke, if the Brooklyn trial should turn out to be only another advertising dodge of Barnum'a. Wouldn't It T A Canton bach' wants to know if theso pull baexdrcateiwill have a tendency to keep the girls from cheating at croquet. They will proba bly restrain the dear creatures to some extent, but they would lose all interest in It if they couldn't cheat Just a little. A man who will steal coal from his neighbor's coal ...

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 July 1875

Li VOL. 42. NO. 5. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 8, 1875. a. McGregor & son, hmistn The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weber of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. - . . VV. L. Brown, Esq., is now sole editor and proprietor of the Mahoning Valley Vindicator, published at Youngstown, S. L, Everett having retired. 1 Hon Thomas B. Florence, formerly member of Congress from Philadelphia, died there on the 3d inst. He was an able man and an honest Democrat. The Republican Convention dropped all temperance resolutions this year; but they do say Hayes is ' crusader" to suit. ' The F.nquirer very truly says ; "The refusal of the Republicans of Ohioto put a 'representative German' on their State ticket looks very much like a revival of Know-Nothingism." One hundred years ago last Friday George Washington assumed command of the American ...

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. — 8 July 1875

Poetry, NEVER GIVE UP. ' Kerer give up! It U wiser iad belter Alwavs to hoDe than once to despair, Vhmm off the load of doubt's cankering fetter And broak the dark (pell or tyrannical care, eox give up! or the burthen may luk you, frovidonoe kindly has mingled the cup. iai In all trlali and troubles bcthlDK you, Tke watchword of life should be Never gl up. 'Kever give up I there are chances and changes, Helping the hopeful a hundred to one, Knd isldatallt be chaos, high wisdom arranges, Every succew If you'll only hope on. wr give up! for the widest Is boldit, liuuwlng that prudence still mingles the cup, id! of all mxlms, the best as the oldest is the true watchword of-Never give up. Never irlvo up though the grape shot may Tattle. And the full UiuiHler cloud over you buit fciaiiil like a roc it and the storm or the battle little can harm you though doing their worst, New glvo up! If adversity presses I'rovtdcnce wisely has mingled the cup, .feud Uie best counsel in all your distre...

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. — 8 July 1875

Poetry. MORTIMER THOMSON Known twenty year or more ago a humorous writer overQ. K. Philander Doestieka, died last weK In Hew York. He held public attention for Ume as dId"ArUsmai Ward," John Phoenix and now "Mark Twain." A friend read a poetlo gar land at the grave of which the following 1 a verse; A nature genial aa the lun; A heart aa tender aa a dove's; A bouI to Rlndnes quickly won That shunned all bate and clasped al' loves; A bright quick fancy full of mirth That gladdened many a weary heart, And lighted the dark spots of earth Who robbed all aorrow of its smart. Though life for him was sad and drear And full Of losses and despair, All others he made happier And happiness shed.everywhere. Miscellaneous. FORTUNE'S FAVORITE. TUG ENGINEER BECOMES A MILLIONAIRE —HOW HE GOT HIS FIRST LICNESE AT THIS CITY. [From the Detroit Free Press.] During tne late rebellion a father and two sons entered the Third Pennsylva nia Cavalry and served until the father and one son were killed and the ...

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. — 8 July 1875

TBI Dt.MiX RAT b. furnuilitxl to nulweribcni it 12 jwr jer, l for mi immlhm fifty ixuiu lor Hint istwnUw, In vh rtnl: y in mIvwim. 'OoRiHKisiNiiKNvK, containing important now, Mltaited frmu all i'rm of the county. Writ uuona ami mMn-M i uln.nl on every ooniruunka. ,'lcaua rlvnu- ( '.aianUHJof good faith. Burimw Ciiril mm dollar per line per year. No :ud IbktUi'1 Cor limn throe dollars per yeur. Buninc Not!' iji llm columnii on fifth pane, imerfed for tin iviitu tr line each Innertlon. If tattfted In road "it mailer, twenty cent per line, t:0o noth will k inserted for lens than fifty cents. yearly ilvrru'nt allowed Oie prlvUcgo Of .,,.. their advertuieiueiiU quarterly. Double eoliiinii ulveiltMinenU 25 percent. ad .ttitioiial. AHfraiishnI mtvcrtis'iiienui must be accompa qrued with the ADVitimxtoinvr, to liinure Innertlon, muni Ije -.tuMidcd In by WY'lnrwIay noon. ."IHtea uf uilvor'.iMiig I'nrnWiedon application Addre all cotn.nunlcatlona to A. McCK KG OR A SON, Canton, Ohio, he ffic...

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. — 8 July 1875

Business Items. JUST TUB THING! A large and desirable line of gont'i summer un dorwear at satisfactory bargutns.at . nm Cal and ace Uicm. Oo'i i . 'TWAH EVE A THUS.'1 1 Onoe again. h.ii'1 more emphatically than ....m w: the attrition of tho public I ever, to the obeapand well Hocked boot and shoe store of L. A.. Bloomfltld. Ifyouliave sullered from troub .... a a ,iyir n.Uuf. call on him and purchase a neat and comfortably fitting pair of tin bonis or shoes, from toe ruoei uwimu.o the cJly. BooW, shoos, HpP-'r"l . tred u,.i,...i,,a u.rrHiiti'd to please all. YOU i will v . uimnlv bv a fair trial.. Go i to 28 South Maract street. - , THE PLOWING MATCH ansounocd for the U th ult., was attended b . ..,,., farmers, and everything passed well. The following plows wore on exhibition. The "Excelsior," No. Bunua, irom uw i r.m itP).utia helni oresont: the "Cllpr VgUllk liv.u w from Mollno, 111., agent Messrs. Kberly & Shrock, of Orrville; the "Kymun" plow, urrvme.v.; w i ii.hu "chamiilo...

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. — 8 July 1875

Poetry. Poetry. CLASS SONG. y Mill Marion M. Irarie, of lie Fort Wayne High School, and adopted and lung on the occasion of the graduating exercises June nth, IMS. T Oar dayi, like rlpplca on the shoro, Soon lost to view may yet remain To show, in ago hence, the (tore Of life these little things contain. Soon will life's ebb and flow be o'er, And all our worxa the sand retain, As perfect forma for evermore, If o'er our days rich deeds be strewn, CB0RV8.-SlmplCBt rule and safest guiding, Inward peace and shining light Star upon our path abiding; Trust in Ood! and do the right. II Co-workers dear, and class-mates all, The course is done. In coming days, On diverse fields our lot must fall ; Our paths must lead In trcach'rous ways, Then Courage must our watchword be, E'en though the road be dark as night, Our knowledge gained while working here, Shall wield, a power, If used aright. Chorus Simplest rule and safest guiding, Inward peace and shining light Star upon our path abiding. Trus...

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. — 8 July 1875

Poetry. YOUNG CASIBIANKER. SPINGFIELD, 1874. So you balu't never beard The uarient word , Of him they niched Bea. Who not wor n ten u cremated on board Of a snip where he'i stored 1 Don't believe It ? Waal paid, Now come, thet's hard, Why Heinana, the her What made Bleb a stir In the Hist'ry line guys to 'taint mine, Now this yer lad "Yer see had a dad Vi'hlch the same ft'ar a fool, For he tooli Bcu from school ' 'When no'moro'n a slip Away iu his ship. Wat this Benule smart? ' 1 Now, partner, you bet Thar war spuuk lu his heart You kin blow on that, He war such a brave cuss Thet thar waru't no muss Whar he warn't fl ret base. So one day thet ship War out on a cruise: And somehow or other A h U of a fuse Sot the whole ship ou fire I And Ben, waal he . j 3ot lost from his dad, Who was workln' below, On the rippln flames; But It warn't no go, For at last he got out o' musce , And went down below lu the sea, And what'd Ben do? Why he stood at his post And tho' pale as a ghost Be didn't...

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. — 8 July 1875

. v 1-ROUrEClVS.l Established' A, D.I833, tlB DEMOCRAT FOR THE The DEMOCRAT was one of the 'unterrified" organs that advocated two years ago the olectiq 11 of , Governor Allen! And we are still firm in the faith and zealous in the cause. The country needs honest and capable men to manage our public affairs. No political party is wor thy of confidence that will not denounce public robbery and repudiate public rob bers. ARE DEMOCRATIC WATCHWORDS. Hi i TRUE REPRESENTATIVES. IN OHIO THIS PALL, We Inaugurate the of 1876. AndonrSufTeringand Oppressed Country needs now a change as badly as it did ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. In this great and important work the Stark County Democrat will la bor earnestly to return to EcQflomical and Just Administration ! THE PENNSYLVANIA IT SAMMY SCHMTZLER. Make a notable and interesting feature of the Democrat. These letters are worth more than tie price of the paper for they are foil of pith and point. The DEMOCRAT DURING THE CAMPAIGN FREE OF CHARGE! To any ne...

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. — 15 July 1875

ill'. $ 1 wiiifrf u u & a T ,!,,", '1 t -' 1 IP. I! I t. ........ . , -Tr jf vi- 11 1 1 11 11 n 1 n . i n . VOL. 42. NO. 6. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 15, 18T5. A. McGREGOR & SON, hubimer The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weber of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who ) may desire. "Donn" Everett, lateof the Youngs town Vindicator has become proprietor of the Medina Democrat. May success attend him in his new field of labor. It seems the Whisky Ring leaders in St. Louis have resolved to fight the gov ernment. There has been a suspicious silence about this whisky business since the late noisy exposures Have the U. S. Treasnry officials grown faint and weary?. Or? Thk Ohio State Journal of the ioth refers to John G. Brcslin as a Democratic State Treasurer and defaulter over twenty years ago, but has not a word to say of one William H, ...

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 July 1875

Poetry. LOCAL EFFUSIONS. The following excellent Imitation of "Scotch .llUiyniln," was piiMMicd atout ISM In the Ameri aa JtrptiWinm, edited by George W. l'earce.Etq,, iMXWfnpuiiod by the following Introductory Urns'; -11 was written near forty yuan ago by a lad In Tin 'teeus, a native of Newllti township, Ckostv tiotuity. and now a citizen of Wont Chester. The i da of publishing It wan unwonted by the 'Ad dra to A land tortoise,' published ill hut Issue H la proper to state that the author In not aware of .i tii publication." Awthe "Address to a Wasp," wi written by ou dimmed friend, Simon llarnard.of Philadelphia, who removed from West Chester some ten years ago, and w an admirable tiling in Itwlf, wu chiliu t ! privilege to republish It, us a part of the local livcraturo of the county, to which we have a right. jnooover, Mr. I'earees publication was liiacou rtiMl oinlUed one of the best verses: below we . nrmtuoe It correctly. A DURESS TO A'.WANP, IN TUB SPRING -Whar' wad ye now?...

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 July 1875

Poetry. THE GRAVE'S VOICE. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY ANTONIA DICKSON. gunk as In dreams, and lost In anxious thought Hy footsteps brought me to this lonely spot; To whom belong the field t thbj nowcry bod ? ''The dead." -.',') , . Enter thou in, my soul; why shouldst thou fear t Naught but sweet buda and Sowers are blooming here. When eonies the essenoe for theso sweet perfumes? "From tombs." Bee here, O, man I where all thy paths must end, However varied be the way they wend. Listen! the dead leaves speak ; ay, hear thou must: "To dust." Where are the careless hearts that on the earth Trembled In pain, or beat so high in mirth ? Tbose In whose breasts the flame of hate smould ered? , ; "Mouldered." When are the mighty who take life by storm ? Whoe'en to heaven's heights wild wishes form. What croak the ravens on yon moss-grown wall? "Burled all." ' ', , t, i ; ! '-::' Whore are the dear ones in Death's cold sleep Ivhig. j ; ' To whom love swore a memory undying ? What wall yon ...

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. — 15 July 1875

Tux Dkmckbat U furuhJied to rutarrtbeni at2 per year; SI for fix month; Ufly cvuU lor three aaoutlui, Invariably iu advance. " CoHRfcKromnjNc-, vonUvtnind imjiorUiit nw, nottoltcd from all larU of the county. Writers muat aud address rcjulnil on every commuulca ea hi prl vttti guarantee of good faith. ; ' Vttdmws Cards one dollar per line per year. No mrd Inserted for ltt than three dollars per year. JhuniMM Notice In lum colinnrj on fifth page, saerted for ten unU per line each insertion. If aerated In reading matUT. twenty ccnta per line. m notice will be. luBerted for lit, than Bfty ocuta. Tearly advrther allowed tho privilege of etenglng their adverttoenuiiw quarterly. Double column advertomcnU 26 per cent, ad Srtlonal. AM transient advertisement mujt be accompa nied with the each. ArV(RTiHKMKNTH, to Insure Insertion, mtul bo haaded lu by Wednesday noon. Arte of advertising furnished on application address all communications to A. MK1KEGOK & BON, Canton, Ohio, Jw glcnwqnf. E...

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. — 15 July 1875

Business Items. DR. RlVKfBVSeir '' . h now at the Ogdon House, Cantou, uid will re- 1. Mnt 1 1 Tulw All ' ' 1 rou aro afflicted do not delay until the last week before calling to consult mm.' . run . aloobt u to his ability to ure ddree those whose 4.timnnlalt sowar In thut paper, use largo verUwccut. TP TOP. irk. .. nf clcara and tobacco to be found at W. WalUoe Duncan's, Ho. 6 Opera House lltock. ' Try them and see. . iVR 8ALE OR TRADE. The undersigned wishes to sell hi property war .1.. v... ..niiiwittidon renth and Cher- . i-i valuable Dronerty. with four building, thereon, and will bo sold entire or iu .. o.i.i ..,nri will ha traded for a urea para. oo.ua piv,.v.. Eood farm. For further particulars enquire on the 1 1 V"' ' Juiiei0'7S u. JfifKP COOt. fall at A. Kitt & Co's and purchase one of thoo . knta from their large and com plete mock. All the latest stylos at price to suit thepeople. , CLOSING OUT. Wm. B. Dcwecs It dosing out hi fine line of dry goods, at No. ? Opera B...

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. — 15 July 1875

Poetry. LITTLE THINGS. i ' i. i .,sI)P0"e i,ule flowl1, should Uilnk s"' .jlj , t they are much too small . '(v , Tbepf any useto.uj, ?.;. And to not bloom at all l , j,. Uow much Utat's pleasant we would lose i i j s. For an we panned them by, ' 11 '"' every little flower that blooms ' ', , Is pleasing to the eye. I - Suppose the little rain-drops thought " ' That thoy were much too amall 1 J ' . To be of any uso on earth, r And bo not ralu at all ; Then the fruits would never grow, f Nor rosea In the bowers, i ' For all the little rain drops help ' - To make refreshing showers. Select Story. MARK TWAIN ON NEVADA. "His Charity Lecture at Hartford. EARLY FRONTIER EXPERIENCES. The Climate and the Productions—How He Escaped Fighting a Duel— His Experience With a Bucking Mule. [From the Hartford (Ct.) Courant Mark Twain's lecture in aid of Father ! Hawley'g charity fund, last evening, was ' a singularly entertaining one, and the - audience, which was the largettt of the neason, had the...

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. — 15 July 1875

Variety. THE END OF A NOBLE LIFE. A dispatch of tlis morning tells a sor rowful Htory. Robert Dale Qwen has be come insane. After a long life of earnest, unselfish effort for the good of mankind, this terrible infliction comes. The cause of it probably does not lie many months buck. When the heart lens imposture of the Holmes mediums, the Philadelphia conspirators with '"Katie King," was ex ited, the shock to Mr. Owen was tre mendous. He had accepted the pretend ed "manifestations" of these rascals with implicit faith. lie lived some time in Philadelphia ill order to miss none of the tkanecB. The .repeated apparitions of "Kalie" were to him conclusive proof of 'immortality. He pinned his faith in the life hereafter, in reunion with his father and his wife, on what Spiritualism, and fsjieuiallv upon what this pretended sjiir it, Bhowiiim. Headers, of his article in the Atlantic Monthly upon "Katie King" will remember the syllogism which the good ol ' man painfully constructed there i...

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. — 15 July 1875

The Democrat. M. C CvlbKRtson, a loading buslneHS man of Ironton always heretofore a Re publican, will vote this fall for Allen and the Democratic ticket. ( ' t . - W. C. Gould, Enq., lias become the partner of Smith TownBley, Kq., in tho publication of the Jackson Herald. Mr. Gould is to be the editor, and w ill publish a paper that must prove satisfactory to the people of Jackson county. Tub Cincinnati Commercial suya tho Democracy of Ohio has blundered. Tho Commercial has been saying that for some thirty years. It said so last spring and supported for Mayor old John Robinson, the showman, who waH beaten some 7V40I We should fear for Allen and Gtry if the Commercial did not oppose them.' ; ' " ' ' Last year in Ohio the yelp of the Grant papers was crusade prohibition, temper ance thiH year the bugaboo is Catholic church and the publle schools. It is anything to draw attention away from recognized results of corrupt radical rule. The scheme did not work last year and will not; this...

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. — 22 July 1875

r VOL. 42. NO 7. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 22, 1875. A. MeGREGOR & SON, Housher I II . 1 1 II The Democrat. Agent. Mr. A. W. Weber of this city is our authorized agent to take the names of new subscribers and receipt for money on subscription for the Stark Co. Democrat. Mr. Weber has au thority to show any of our friends who may desire. . .. Sammy Schmtzuer in Pennsylvania Deitsch read Sammy's sharp hits. Thomas Cougiimh, Clerk of the House i Columbus, wrote a letter to the Cin cinnati Commercial in his own vindi cation, which will be found in this paper. General Cary made a glorious open ing of the campaign in Trumbull county last week, speaking to good crowds at Niles, Hubbard and Warren. Tbb Commissioners of Columbiana county, Messrs. Lee and Boiler, have paid back into the county treasury $200 and $290, respectively money obtained "without authority of law." We tinder- stand it was for horse hire in attending to county business. "Bisnop" John D. Lrb, of Mormon dom. admits and confe...

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. — 22 July 1875

The Democrat. Tn Chicago Inlrr-Ocmii km on ravins - .w.nt fVA i-nrri-iii-v nllfiHtlOU very niUUtl ; iiftr illie manner of the "rod-headed .. km ;red-moutbed" inflationist in Ohio. ' l h hun.Otwn would make a very uood .JUwmocratH: newspaper just now, if it was not lor tlie battle Hag of the Southern i bloodyshirt which it flic from the main- . Uip n.B8t.--( :inamiolt ummrrruu. .The JtUsr-Oavn. like the Commercial, is ; loyal organ, a member of the happy "Wukn we are nuked to meet the ''argu ment" of Mr. W. I. Kelley, we have on "!y ta-any Unit Mr. W. D, K. does not pro . rt any arguments. He assumes eer- Isun perversities to. be axioms, andi then invitee the people who have nothing to caitfhc throats of those who have some- t'tung. If his arguments were answered j Und he would be hanged to a lamp ; CimcuiwUi Com menial. "Ml IF.. Mollier, the insurance man who '.fell from a window at the Shearman ioua, Indiana ppl is, Tuesday night, has tcovred wsoiouwnenH, and has been nar-wved to b...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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