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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 July 1876

Political. OUR CANDIDATE. Serenade to President Tilden at Albany —His Address. Albany, June 29. The serenade to Governor Tilden to night by the Jack eonians was a great Biccess. Not less than five thousand citizens surrounded the Executive mansion. Many private dwellings were illuminated and decora ted with lings and Chinese lanterns. The Argus building was illuminated and dec orated with flags; presenting a brilliant and effective appearance. Long before the band which preceded the Jackson ians, and the long procession following them, reached the mansion, people gath ered about the grounds, and when the procession reached the scene, nearly ev ery available spot was occupied. Large numbers entered the mansion to congrat ulate the Governor. As soon as he could release himself from these he stepped out on the porch and addressee' the con course as follows : Gentlemen op tiie Jackson Corps I cordially thank you for the manifesta tion of your kindness. I do not forget that last year you...

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 July 1876

Til DMCRAT U MrnUhed to lubwrlber. lit W pa year, II for lis mouth.; lty ccnti for three montl,luvrliblylB dvnce. ; . Oniamiwa. containing Important! ml elicited from U parti of th. county. Writer ' MM tud Udro-i required on every communis l on ai a private guar iUt0 of 800,1 fil ' Busluw. Card, one dollar per Hue per year. No CWd lnZd for ! than three dollar. or year. Bu.me. Notice In Item column, on flfth page tMertedfor tencenu. per Hue each toortlon. If iZTi U reading matter, twenty cent. . per Hue. - "J!!, J ni l inserted for lea than fifty cent.. Tsarly advertiser, allowed the privilege of changing their aaveni:m" . Double oolumn advertisement 25 percent, ad Ainn.lent advertisement, must be accompa 1 itA with the cash. ADVERTISF.MKST. to liuure Insertion, mw be Handed In by wcauowiay ,., Bate of advertising furnished on application Address all communication, to " a. hcgregor son, Canton, Ohio. f he emociitl ESTABLISHED, A. D. 1833 . A. MeGREGOR, Editor. Democratic National Tic...

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 July 1876

Business Items. Wanted to borrow $1,500 00 for two or three years at eight percent., interest payable sem-annuatly, if desired. First mortgage will be given on property worth twice the amount. Call at this office for further information. ( J PRESERVATION OF THE SIGHT. The loss of Blcht la one of the greatest mlsfor tunes which can befall a human being, and thoso who have round means to sciemincauy lessen the calam.ty are public benefactors. The Bpcncer Optical Manufacturing Company of New York, have done this by the Introduction of the "Dia mond .Spectacles, every pair ot which bean the trade marK o a smaii aiainonu. r or sale in uau ton by Deuble Bros, Going to Kansas or Colorado Take the Atchison, Topeka St Santa Fe Railroad, the new and popular line from Atchison and Kan sas City, via the beautiful Arkansas Valley, to Ti i,u rVj.nA flannn f-ltw rUCUlU, VUIUIttUU apuilD, vnuuii ut.i, Cucharas, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa Fe and all points In Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, Specia...

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 July 1876

Political. THOMAS ANDREW HENDRICKS. ", Hon. Thomas Andrews Hendricks, i the. Democratic candidatt for Vice Pres ident of the United States, was born in ! Muskingum county, Ohio, September 7, 1819. His father removed to Shelby 1 county, Indiana, when Thomas was only three years old. The fact that he was born in a neighboring State has not af- ' fccted his popularity in Indians, since many of the people are of the same stock, and Mr. Hendricks, growing up from childhood with the younger common wealth, became identified with all its in- ..' terests its prosperity and prejudices. No man is the State is now more general ly loved, and certainly no one is less ha ted. His youth was not a season of hard ship and he received a liberal education, graduating at Hanovver College in 1841. He then studied law at Chambersburg, Pa., and was admitted to the bar at that place in 1843. He returned to Indiana immediately after and entered upon the practice of his profession. His succees was rapid and w...

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 July 1876

BANKS. B A N K OP G.D.HARTER&BRO! In Stone Banking House, East Tuscrawaa Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN . Bank otxn from tA.Sf.lo3P. M and on Saturday evenmgijrom oj ui r. jz, . i DEAL IM " ': V ' '( GOIiD, SILVER; . -AND- . Government Bonds. American and Foreign Drafts BomM anfl Sola, v a Accounts Solicited. Interest Allowed ' -ON- TIME DEPOSITS. Passage Tickets to and from Europe FOR IALI, GEORGE D. HARTER 4 BRO. Feb 1, '72 ESTABLISHED 1 854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK OP . CANTON, OHIO. ALLO H'i'..Intercst 011 TllLC Deposits. Jfy.Commercial Paper and Prommlssory LOANS10? n Anpr0TC1 Porsonal Se" R7TVC ""cCTfC Foreign Exchange DU lO CO 0iiiO"(iolilaiilCoui)0!is. NETflTT ATKQ Municipal, County and llLljUl I A 1 0 "Government Securities. DrrCflPC The Accounts of Individuals lEijE,L K .CDon Favorable Terms. TP A N A CTS k General Banking Bust ifliJiJflli J "ness on Conservative Prin ciples. ISAAC HARTER 4 SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK ALL KINDS OF Banking ...

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 July 1876

CANTON RETAIL MARKET. CANTON RETAIL MARKET. [CORRECTED BY SEXAUER & MILLER.] DEMOCRAT OFFICE. CANTON, OHIO, June 22, 1876. Tha foUowlngwill be found correct quotations this day of the Retail price to consumers of the rtlole named: Dry Groceries. Cut Loaf Sugar H - Crushed ' Granulated " ...... A Sugar, V ft...... Ki.C. Sugar tH C. " " New Orleani Sugar B - Amwn flimr W m 120 12U0 12 11 0 10 0 9 C io o 8 e Vegetables and Fbcitb. Onions, bush Oranges, dos....... 4 Cabbage, per head....- w FlCKles.perlOO WA60C Annie, ner bush Turnips, per bush........ Potatoes, bush., old Apples, dried, " Peaches ' unpared, Peaches " pared, Cherries " French Currant Cranberries, per quart - Dried sugar corn, ' Jersey sweet potatoes.perpeck, Raisins, vx.""; Prunes, Turkish, 9c a lb. or 13 fc for do French, do to U20C 1 00 12 16 Syrups. Perfect Drip, gal- (iood " " Common" " 40c per gal., or 8 gal. for M.O. Molasses," 90 75 1 00 7 Fresh and Salt Fish. White Fish U bbl HK8 '3K White Fish V nniie ribn ...

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 July 1876

1 . TiW'ffifi;: IB:! , ,i.: Au'.v- 1 mwmm VOL. 43. NO C. v CANTON, OHIO, JULY 13, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Fitblishers 0! fclf .1'St .. RATIFICATION f AT OSMBURGH! The Democracy and friends of Re form in Osnaburgh will raise a splendid HICKORY POLE! ON SATURDAY EVE'G, JULY 15, After which Speeches will be made by COLS. METER -AND- a. McGregor. Let the friends of REFORM and GOOD ECONOMICAL GOVERN MENT attend! fa cmacrLni Circulation 2,500. DEMOCRACY. TILDEN AND HENDRICKS. Grand Ratification Meeting in Canton. Pursuant to notice, the Democracy of Clinton and vicinity met on the Public Square, on Saturday evening last, July 8th, to ratify and endorse the glorious platform and noble candidates adopted and nominated so cordially and harmo niously at St. Louis, by the Democratic National Convention. After several airs by the band, .given in their best style,' and the gathering of a large concourse of people about the Btand, A. McGregor called the - meeting to order, and after stating ...

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 July 1876

Select Story. A SIGHTLESS SHOT. The Major's Duel With a Blind Opponent. Major Bufonl. called by 'way of emi -nence "The Major," wna one of the most noted duelists of the clay. A dead shot; a perfect master of fence, and in bis en mities utterly relentless, his name had become a terror to all who knew him. . Ia the midst of a knot of admiring friends, one day, the Major was discuss ing his last 'alTair,' and complacently explaining how it came that he mortally wounded Ids adversary, instead of kill i ag him on the spot, when one of two men standing within hearing suddenly ad vanced and struck him in the face. The spectators stood aghast. What could have tempted the stranger to rush thus madly on his fate? He was an old man. Already, to appearance, had threescore and ten years passed over his head. He must, indeed, have been weary of life, whose brief remnant he was ready to cast away so recklessly. The major was astonished. The very audacity of the act struck him with amazement. 'Is ...

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 July 1876

Political. LAND GRANTS. Republican Gifts to Railways and Corporations. There have been 278,758 square miles of territory, equal to 221 states the size of Rhode Island, presented to monopolies. There has been an area greater than New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and Indiana taken from settlers. 200,000 200,000 200,000 100,000 570,000 897,920 355,539 458,771 804,000 182,718 101,110 115,270 342,406 256,000 580,000 Michigan.. 1865- ' MWe reaffirm our "Reform' ia noces opposition to furth- sary to put a Blop to er grants of the the profligate waste public landa to cor- of public lands, and poratiODB aim mo- tueir diversion irom nopolies, and do- actual settlers by man a Unit the na- tue party in power, Uonal domain be wnicn nas sqiinn devoted to free dered 200,000,000 of homes for the peo- acres upon railroads pie." Cin.Platform, alone, aud out of more man tnrice that aggregate has disposed o...

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 July 1876

Tai Democrat in furnished to subscribers at 12 per yo&r; 1 tot six months; Ally cents for three months, Invariably lu advauoe. . CohrchpondkhcKi ooutalulng Important now.i lollctted from all parte of the county. Writ name and address required on every commuulca. tl on an a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No Cird Inserted for less than three dollars per year. Business Notices in Item oolumna on fifth page, 1 alerted for ten ceuU per Hue each Insertion. If liserted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice wlU be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege Of Ohangiug their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. A 11 transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. Aovkbtisrmsnts, to Insure Insertion, miut be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all communications to a. McGregor & son, Canto...

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 July 1876

Business Items. Wanted to borrow $1,500 00 for two or three years at eight per cent., Interest payable sem-aiinuully, if desired. First mortgage will be given on property worth twice the amount. Call at this ofiko for further information. ! 117 Y IS IT. ' In answer to the quostion why it is that R'. A. DeForeBt iB doing so large a trade, we are able to say that the large business done by Mr. II. A. Deforest at Cleveland and other points enables him to make large purchases of Job Lots of Goods, this enables him to greatly un dersell the market. A "PEARL OF QBE AT PRICE;' Any Invention which repairs the loss of sight Is literally a pearl of groat price. The eolebrated "Diamond Spectacles," have proved a blessing to many thousands who have, by their use, had falling sight restored, or so arrested as to give comparatively little Inconvenience. The dia mond trade mark is stamped on every pair. For sale In Canton by Deuble Bros, Going to Kansas or Colorado Take the Atchison, Topoka A Sant...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 July 1876

Congressional. FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS REGULAR REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS. INGS. IMPEACHMENT THE SENATE—DEBATE IN HOUSE ON THE APPROPRIATION BILLS —PASSAGE OF THE GENEVA AWARD BILL IN THE HOUSE. SENATE. WASHINGTON, July 6, 1876. BELKNAP'S TRIAL BEGUN. The Senate then at 12 o'clock resumed Ihe trial of Mr. Belknap. Mr. Manager T.vrwla nuked thntthe listof witnesses for the Drosecution be read to ascertain if they were present, and it was road. Mr. Carpenter asked if the Managers would inform the counsel for the defense whether they claimed that the facts Kinnrpil in the articles of impeachment violated anv. and if not. what statute of the United States? , Mr. Lynde referred to Sections 1,781 and 5.501 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. . The list of witnesses was again called, and the following answered: C. P. Marsh, S. T. Bartlett. George V. Morse, I. S. Dodge, R. 0. Seif, Gen. Irwin Mc. DowbII. Gen. E. T. Rice, and George M. Adams, Clerk of the House of Represen- Adams was 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. — 13 July 1876

BANKS. BANK OF G.D. HARTER &BR0. In Stone Banking House, East Tuscrawas Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN ISPOKEN Bant aptnfrom 8 A. if. to 3 P, M., and on Saturday evenings from &14 to A P. il. DEAL IN GOLD, SILVER, ' . AND ' i. Government Bonds. American anil Foreign Drafts Bomtit AHfl Sold. Accounts Solicited. Interest Allowed ON ' TIME DEPOSITS. ' Passage Tickets to and from Europe FOR BALK. GEORGE D. HARTER A BRO. Feb 1, '72 ESTABLISHED 1 854. v SAVINGS DEPOSIT K : OF a CANTON, OHIO. Z0PF5--IntereStOnTlu-e Deposits. UYSCmmCKM Pa'K:raud Prommlssory L0ANS"Mo'ie on Al)pr0TC(1 Persoual Se- DTTVQ & CCTTC Foreign Exchange DUIO Oi OIihtiO"God and Coupons. N'PPnTTATFQ Municipal, County and liEdUU llftl 0 "Government Securities. 'PVCPIVVQ Tn0 Accounts of Individuals HE, KiLtL Y .CO "on Favorable Terms. TP A WC A rT A General Banking Busl l ixixLj Jixj x "nesson Conservative Prin ciples. ISAAC HARTER & SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. 1 EAGLE BLOCK ALL KINDS OF Bankin...

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 July 1876

WORTH MILES OF TRAVEL TO BEHOLD 3 HUMS? mm&t r irrw1'.: t' 11 A New Era in Public Amusements ! REDUCED PRICKS-ONLY 25 CENTS ADMISSION I Will Exhibit Afternoon and Evening at Akron, Monday, July, 24th, CANTON, Tuesday, July 25th Hassillon. Wednesday, July 26th JOHN O'BRIEN'S SIX GREAT SHOWS! All Consolidated. The Largest and Finest Menagerie, Museum, Circus & Hippodrome ON THE CONTINENT A Universe of Wonders ! Six Shows Combined, and only 25 CENTS ADMISSION For Everybody. In the Grand Menagerid are MOITSTEB LIVING- SEA LIOInTS Inmassive iron reservoirs, disporting in their native element Performing JZlephants j THE LARGEST LIVING AFRICAN ELAND EVER IN CAPTIV ITY, BEAUTIFULLY PLUMAGED BIRDS, Constituting a Menagerie of Surpassing merit and magnitude, exhibited in con nection with the Great Double Circus and Magnificent Museum, for just one half the sum required to enter any of the inferior shows now before the public 25 CENTS ADMITS TO ALL. INCLUDING ALSO THE ELEGANT Circus in...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 13 July 1876

STAEK COUNTY DEMOCRAT.-Supplement, CANTON, OHIO, JULY 13, 1876. The Democrat. Blaine's resignation as a member of the House was received and accepted by the House on Tuesday, he having been appointed to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy occasioned by the res ignation of Secretary of the Treasury Morrill. This resignation must stop investigation' Tjib terrible slaughter of Gen. Custer and his command by the Sioux Indians in the narrow valley of Bighorn river is confirmed. It seems a large number of Indians were killed. Not one of Cus ter's command has returned to tell the tale. We look forward with hope for our friend of the Steubenyille Gazette, to see budding hope and fruition in Samuel J. Tilden yet. While the lamp holds out to burn, repentant chaps may whisk and turn 1 We told Mr. McFadden to pre pare for St. Louis and Tilden. Hecouldn't and wouldn't have Thuruian,and hasn t. But, such are the prophets and sooth sayers of the period. STATE AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Morphine di...

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. — 20 July 1876

."fit i rtf-1 T v . , VOL. 43. NO 7. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 20, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers ghc glcmoqnt. Circulation - 2,500. Mr. Blaine steps into the U. S. Senate to face his particular friends, Conkling and Morton. , An exchange says: If Sitting Bull only knew that Don Cameron was Sec retary of Warr Tub enthusiueni for Hayes is not yet manifest. The Republican par era are getting vicious on it. V. B. Dawbon has started a Demo cratic paper in . Canfield. Success to the laudable enterprise. Democratic Tilden ai d Hendricks clubs are being organized in the differ ent wards of Pittsburgh, The admission of Colorado as a State, leaves Utah as the only break in a belt of States from ocean to ocean. President Grant is determined not to be pestered himself, nor have his friends pestered, with reformers any longer. The Postmaster General has been in formed by Vanderbilt and Col. Scott, that the fast mail service will be discontinued on and after Saturday next. Governor Hendricks r...

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 July 1876

Select Story. THE LEGEND OF THE CASTLE. Notwithstanding itd prokiurity to Gib raltar, and the constant intercourse and commerce kept up with Europeans, lan gier preserves its primitive appearance, and bears the stamp of a thoroughly Muorish town. Like most Moslem cities it is surrounded by beautiful gardens, and theridoofa few miles will reward the tourist with some beautiful scenery There is work, too, for the antiquary round about Tangier. Ruins of cities. remains of of a Roman aqueduct, traces of the Portuguese dominion, strange tombs of warrior saints who fell in bat tie. are to be visited. To the north, also, near the sea, there stands the ruins of an old castle, famous as having once been' the retreat of a bold chieftain, who re belled against the Sultan. This ruin, with portions of the outer wall yet stand ing, covers a large extent of ground, and used frequently to be the destination of my morning rides. Day after day, when riding listlessly through the neighboring lanes, be...

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 July 1876

Congressional. WARM WORK IN CONGRESS. SENATORS INVENTING NEW DEFINITIONS OF ECONOMY. Morrill Calling it Revolution, and Morton Nullification. Washington, July 7. M Windom (Rep.) Minn., Introduced a bill extending and continuing ior me jjenuuui tuiiuuyo the act bo recently passed to provide temporarily for the expenditures of the Government. Referred to the comma tee on Appropriations. Mr. Morrill (Rep.) said ft Conference Committee had come to mean the will of one House of Congress, and only one. On such cround the Conference was lm practicable, because there could be but one side to the question. As long as tne House of Representatives insisted only, the Penate must consent to a conference. but when the House got so far as to ad' here, there would be revolution, absolute revolution, a defiance of law, and .that must revolutionize this country, lue Senate conferees had met the House half way, and if any more could be done con sistent with the integrity of the Senate, he would be gla...

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 July 1876

TBI Dbmackat Ii furnished to subscribers at2 per yar; II for lx monthi; .flfly oonti tor three months, invariably In advance. ' " Oobmpoi"c. containing Important new, solicited from U parU of the county. Writers name and address required ou every oominuuica tt on as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar por line per year. No card lusertcd for less than three dollar, per year. Business Notice" In Item columns on fifth, page, I alerted for ten cent per Hue each insertion. If inserted lu reading matter, twenty cenU por line. No notice will be Inserted for 1cm than flfly cents. Yearly advertise allowed the privilege of Changing their advortlsenicnu quarterly. riouble column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditional. AUtranslcnt advertisements must be accompa nied with tUeciiih. Advertiskmrsth. to Insure insertion, mutt be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application fcddross all communications to a, McGregor a bon, Canton, Ohio. UfJw fi...

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 July 1876

Business Items. Wanted to borrow $1,600 00 for two or UirP0 years at eight per cent., interest payable Hein-anmmlly, if desiri'd. First mortgage will bo given on property worth twice the amount. Cull at this office for further information. ASOTHEH REMARKABLE CURE OF KIDNEY DISEASE "I do certify thai Dr. Fishblatt, who Is stopping at the Ogdou House, Canton, hat made a perfect cure of my cane. I have been a long sufferer from Kidney disease, and am well known for many yean of suffering. I give him my best endorsement. WILLIAM EARL. Caked breasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swelling!, sprains, slitr Joints, bums, scalds, poisonous biles, and all flesh, bone and muscle allmorts, can bo absolutely cun'd by the Centaur Liniments. What the White Liniment Is for the human family, the Yellow Llnlmeut Is for spavined, galled and lan.e horses and animals. Dr. Fishblatt has arrived at the Ogden House. NOTIL E EX1 RA ORDIXA II YBA NK-RUPTHALE. I am this week opening a Bankrupt Stock of White Goods. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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