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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 October 1876

Th DimoriUT Ii furnished to subscribers atf2 per year; II for ' momua; any ceuU for throe nionth, Invariably in advance. CoWPONDSNi!, containing Important news solicited from all porta of the county. Writer! name and address required on every eommunlca tiou as a private guarantee of good faith. , Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No ord inserted for less than three dollars per year, n.idiiAUi Nntli'fit In Horn oolumns, on fifth page. r.-.. inn naiitsnnr line each luseitlon. If liisertod in reading matter, twenty ccnti per line No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents Yearly advertiser allowed the privilege' of Changing their adve rtlsouions quarterly. . Double column advertisements 25 per cent pd dillonal. i . ' All transient advertisements must be aceorapa nied with the cash, j Advertisements, to Insure insertion, mutt be handed In by Wednesday noon. . ... ' Bates of Advertising furnished on application. Address all communications to " ' A. McGregor & son...

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. — 12 October 1876

Business Items. FAIR AND SQUARE DEALING At Ihe'ocW One Price Clothing Store. Goods are marked la) plain llgures, Don't rail to call confirm ypnisolf at Rood's Old Corner, , ' and .-. ? " ' FOIt BALE-HOUSE AND LOT, Or eichange'ou a mall farm. .No. 81 South Wal. nut street. Lot 83x200. House. 0 rooms, 24x30, 2sWry. Enquire at No. St fiouth Walnut street, Detwcen 8tn aqa sin street - '. ' - . BAMCEL LITTLB PJtlVATB BCUOdl FOR GIRLS. Urt t H Imvtn will re-nnen hornriVAte school for girls at r(or resldenco, numbor7B;So)uth Markoi street, on the flrst MondHy in geptemoer, proximo A Umtw4 numer will bo taken, and careful at' jimUoiv ei-4n to imnartin Instruction, and lrj all requisites proper to make the young misses thougliuul and accompiisnea. i A SEW WAY TO EXTRACT JEETH WITHOUT ' r In mv nnwesslnn and am flallv using new local arjeaestbetlo, by means 4f which I am enabled to greatly alleviate tne pain proaucea i extracting teeth without putting the patient Wr nr dvpiIiiz the irtimi. I ...

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. — 12 October 1876

Poetry. UNCLE SAM. Be stands sublime In sun and storm tiu h.imor bua the word Keform; Ihleves. ruiuw aud kuavea, humbug and ah am All stand In fear ot Uncle Sam. When the "good caute" seemed meat forlorn, Be langbed the coward heart to acorn ; . When (roping wide they could not we, B loae and said, "Come, follow me." Tke Bute la proud that gave him birth ; His faiue exU'uda through all the earth ; Through all the Unlon'a breadth and length, A watchword and a tower of strength. Cerrnptlon shrinks and stands aghaat Wkeue'er she hears his bugle blast; ' Too cauuot break, you cannot ben 1, "Sen cannot wren e him from his end. Tb Empire State lay near to death, When even the boldest held their breath ; Id that dark boar of sorcit need Be slew the giant robber, Tweed. The fetid slime from whence there springs The serpent brood of thievish rings; Bow wise, deliberate, and alow Be waits to strike the heavier blow. So more la heard their fiendish mirth, The; walk no more the good green earth...

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. — 12 October 1876

carriages: The Popular and old Established firm of aV.VMTS&CO. , , on VopUrj street ' a,' j NBAS THE it, CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. ; Arc iuv ready to' reet the demand of the ip .,f , , preaching i . DRIVING ' SEASON I WUh (he no"t Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of , , Riding V thicks ! ever put upon the market, la this city, ,,( , Their Stock embraced all kinds and styles of SINGLE &, FAMILY jlOlGONS! Oos! moled In the most elcgnnt aa well assuh ' tantlal manner, and possesses all the desirable features of Durability. , EASY RIDING! Aud the mrmt perfect taste In Painting, Upholster l,,nrt Opncnil VIiiIkIi. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagons to all part of the country, all comoumcatloiiswlll be caromuy looked alter. . - v a, rr, wnmo a mm. Oauton ifay 4 tf COAL. Coal ! Coal ! Coal ! I wish to Inform the public that I am In the COAL TRADE aud am prepaied to furnish Lump or Nut Coal and to any part of the city o SHORT NOTICE. Orders 4eft at my house,...

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. — 12 October 1876

AN OPEN LETTER FROM W. C. GASTON, ESQ TO GOVERNOR HAYES. ESQ TO GOVERNOR HAYES. STEUBENVILLE, O., Oct. 4. 1876. lion. R, B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio. Your Excellency : Last evening a friend placed in my hands a copy of the Ohio State Journal, dated Oct. z, from which 1 clip the following editorial, vii: "A Democratic reformer, calling himself . C. Gaston, has been making speeches in Eastern Ohio, in which he says that Gov ernor Hayes, supposing him to be a Re .hiihan recent! v said to him in private On the auestion of finance, the Resumption Act. and the reitv of reform, we will be badly beaten. We must wave the bloody shirt and revive the bitter prejudices 01 trie 1 Of course Governor Haye never used uch ' language, publicly of pnvatly. Furthermore, no One who knows him will believe that he used it, and no one who does not know him will believe so wnen the story is told by a man who, in the very act of telling it, advertises himself as a sneak,- To retail in public a private convers...

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. — 19 October 1876

. ' &jf-y :y:M M - y C S'ffiP if . ' VOL. 43. NO. 22, CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 19, .1876. A. MeGREGOE & SON Publishers VW tLm M.j lyy -t.Ta. "4L Ik I I A "r T T - . f ljr V -- AT n W ., a: . ' ' 'WB he gjcnwqat. Circulation - 2,700, The signs of the times point to Presi dent Tilden. Democratic Watchwords Peace and Reform. Republican WATCiiwoRDS-Discord and Extravagance. Now for Tilden, Hendricks and Re form. "Blob-Jeans" WilliBms's majority in Indiana ia 6,600. The noble Morton of Indiana ia sorely afflicted . It is evident that the people will be the death of Grantism and corruption In November no mistaking the signs. Hardin county givea Barnes 61 major ity, but elects a Democratic Auditor by 198 majority. Our friend Fisher doubt leas feels good oyer this. . V Our noble old Jackson Rooster was out last week, fresh and eucouraged. Thirty years and more ago he used to crow for Democratic victories. . The Democrats of Wisconsin will not admit their State is doubtful. They say it ...

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. — 19 October 1876

Political. TILDEN AND TWEED. The Part Mr. Tilden Played in Overwhelming the Ring. An Article in the "North" American on His Services. In Ihe October number of the North American Review Mr. Charles F. Wingate irlTes the fourth article of his seriea, "An Episode lnv Municipal Government," which treats of the shnttering of the Tammany Rind, anil particularly of Mr, Tilden's part In the. work. Mr. Winga'te says;, . , , ,.- ("';, V 1 During the mouth of August, Mr. Sam uel J. Tilden, who was Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, held several conferences with Mr. Fran cis Kernan, ex Governor Seymour, Mr. Charles O'Conor and Mr. Oswald Orten dorfer, all eminent and respectable Dem ocrats, to consider the situation, A pro gramme of action was laid down and agreed upon by these gentlemen which embraced as Its main p iiuts the cutting toose from the whole Tammany organi sation as it then existed, with the purifi cation of the judiciary and the Legisla ture. The labor of giving e...

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. — 19 October 1876

Political. PLATFORM. OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY, ADOPTED AT St. Louis, June 27th, 1876. We, the delegates of the Democratic party of the United States, in National Conventionlassembled, do hereby declare the administration of the federal covern ment to be in urgent need of immediate reform, do hereby enjoin upon the no minees of this convention, and of the Democratic party in each state a zealous effort and co operation to this end, and do hereby appeal to our fellow citizens of every former political connection to un dertahe with us this first and most pres sing patriotic duty. THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, REPUBLICAN SELF GOVERNMENT. For the Democracv of the whole coiin- try we do here reaffirm our Taith in the permanence ot the federal union our de votion to the Constitution of the United States, with its amendments, universally accepted as a final settlement of the con troversies that engendered civil war, and do here record our steadfast confidence in Ike perpetuity of Republican...

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. — 19 October 1876

Thi Dmocat Ii fumUhed to subscribers at per year; tl for tlx months; flrty oonu for throe month, invariably in advance. GorrksfondkncIi containing important news ollolted from alt parU of the oouuty. Writer! name and address required on every oommunica tion m a private guarauice of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per 7eM- No card insortcd for lesi than ' iree dollar per year, t Business Notice In Item column, on fifth page, lniertod for ten oenti per line each inoitlon. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cent per lino. No notice will be Inserted for lea than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisement must bo aoeompa Died with the cash, Advertisements, to insure iuscrtlon, muni be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bate of Advertising furnished ou application. Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. hc gjenwqat 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. — 19 October 1876

Business Items. PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Mrs. J. B. Imrle will re-open herprlvate school for girls at her residence, number 7 South Market treet,on Oie flrit Monday In September, proximo, A limited number will be taken, and careful at tention given to Imparting Instruction, and In 11 requisite! proper to make the young misses thoughtful and accomplished. tf REFORM I REFORM I REFORM A perfect change In the Clothing trade. A Strictly One Price Clothing Store. At the Old Reed Corner. JINKW WAY TO EXTRACT 1EETH WIT1I0 VT PAIN. I have In my possession and am dally using a new local ancacstt ello, by means of which 1 am enabled to greatly alleviate the pain produced by ortr.ptiiiff tfPih without nutting the patient to aleep or freezing the gums. I have been using It a short time and my patients thus far reconimena It highly. I subjoin a few testimonials :' , S, H. 81DDALL. May 6.-I have Jnst had a very Urge tooth ex tracted by Dr. Slddall's new method, and scarcely knew It was done can r...

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. — 19 October 1876

Political. THE ISSUES OF TO-DAY. Horatio Seymour Speaks For Tilden, Honesty and Reform. Hard Times Explained and a Remedy Hard Times Explained and a Remedy Given--Vote For Tilden. Governor Seymour has been indulging in a plain, practical talk to his neighbors. The village of Deerfield in which he Bpoke on Tuesday night is a small plane, closely adjoining the city of Utica, and indeed almost continuous with it. The country round about is a rich -farming legion, the beginning of the celebrated valley of the Mohawk, and from the elope of the Deerfield hills, on which Mr. Seymour's home stands, there stretches away for miles a fair and prosperous prospect orchard, meadow and farm honfe, with the pleasant city in the fore ground and a girdle of blue heights at the horizon. Here, on a farm of 300 acres, extending down to the river, the Gov ernor lives, respected by all around him, fulfilling in the community without pre tense the duties of an intelligent Ameri can farmer whose character h...

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. — 19 October 1876

CARRIAGES.""' "'" CARRIAGES !' T he Papular and old Established firm of MWERTSfiCO I I . ' T ' J 1 ,;. o,n. poplar street; . NAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to rr oet the demand of the ap ,,, . ' proacaiug ... ,, DRIVING SEASON i . With the most Complete anp Klegant line of all descriptions of . Riding?V zhicles I erer put upon the market la this cltyv , Their Stock embrace all kinds and ityleaof SIJSGLE FAMILY ..WAGONS.!... Constructed In the most elegant as well aa sub alantlal manner, and possesses all the desirable reaiures or uuraDiiuy. EASY RIDING! And the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster inn and General Finish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagons to all parts of toe country, au rommunioationaiwiii do caremuy looaea aiier. . n. w. wains et w. Canton JYayltf ;i COAL. Coal! Coal! Coal! I wish to Inform the public that I am In the COAL TRADE and am prepared to famish , Lump or Nut Coal and to any part of the city 0 SHORT NOTICE. , Orders...

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. — 19 October 1876

The Democrat. BAYONET RULE. The Last Argument of Kings. South Carolina to be Overrun with Federal Soldiers. Federal Soldiers. The Napoleon Plan ot Bayonet Voting. Once Established in the South it Will be Tried in the North. At a meetine of theCabinet at Washing ton Tuesday, at which every Department ofthe Government was represented, 1 was decided to issue the following proc lamation in accordance with the wishes and request of the Republican managers in South Carolina : of By the President of the United States Amrriraa Proclamation: Whereas, It has been satisfactorily shown me that insurrection and domestic violence exist in several counties of the State of South Carolina, and that certain combinations of men against law exist mint, rniintiM nf said State ItDOWn Pifl rlnh whn ride ud and down by day and night, in arms murdering some r;tin and intimidatintr oth ers which combinations, thoHgh forbid den by the laws ot tne state, can not oe controlled or suppressed ry me oramary ir nf ...

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. — 26 October 1876

. - -l',tV I1-, '."ii'ltl-l'i 'i.U p.'.H '! ."'I.I.:. l .'ill II'.'mJ (..! .( 1' ' .. ' .. ...... :.. .u i.m . i. il l .nil w. I Y!V' . ' ' , M.ll.lji 1,1 I III fill' '!. "III!.' Vllt I''' ; v.'"U. ' i: I i '. ' ' 1 1 -II ;' liii-i-i n. 1 1 :.' '" '"'''' 1 "" ' , lii ii ill ,)-i:il 'II" !(- i .Hi.li'):' i", .1. 'il; I ' t (l.l til I .'-f. iu.r-,.'.i. .i m ."in : n w .HI .ii h i l '' -'"I "! . i il I I ..ill . V 'I ,!! ! ''' ' '" ; , 1 ' fiv 1 1. !i'i ,1 ,mi J : i.li . . -rut !- I.w-; 'M i.ia .( j-i'l' on I'-'i'i " ! I .,: . , I :i i -i 'jsf i.-i-- j I ill .r.iUiii - . .:;'' ; t!i ,L'v,,rJ .tiy.r;- vv.i- i 41 t ft. :., Si ' w;ig? U" If,.'"' ;: 5v..3 itaA '.vWiYW i I. -Ill VOL. 43. NO. 21, I, IMI.'i ( .I I . CANNON; OHIO, OCTOBER 26, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers mm mimhu .'i. vM?: MM1 V?' Si 11 A ft 1 i liLJiO A ry: www nk ax, ' i ..'i,:. nl Circulation - 2,700. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. ' The following Meetings hav beeh ap pointed by the Democratic Committee, Let our friends, go...

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. — 26 October 1876

Political. WHY WE ARE ALL AT SEA. A GREAT SPEECH ON THE ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN. OF THE CAMPAIGN. The Hon. Richard O'Gorman Dissects the Republican Party—Why a Change of Administration is Inevitable—The Foundation Stones of Our Nation Still Sound. A' t nv.'. '"i tttttt a . r n ' The Democrats of Flushing. L. ! were nnt In force on Tttes.lay evening, the ' Air was filled with music' find the .street- with toroh-lighl bearors. All tne iqcai '' 'citius were' represented.". A, 'tLe.Town Hall a mawi inf etim was bjld. .Mr. J, L Steele' premdnd. He introduced as the first speaker Judyfi-Armstrong, who a. tHllinir 8Deech...but the ernt v' speech Tof th evening Was by Richard O'Gorman : , SPEECH OF HON. RICHARD O'GORMAN. 1 'Mr Owlmttii and FtUattUueni ': T tliin k with' Vnv distihkuished friend who has nrecede'd me, that there never , was a time when the people of the Unir .. ted States considered ppptical creations ''' ... - nij with mAi-a Witll more eaniusmw. ni ...v.. anxiety to do what i...

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. — 26 October 1876

Political. Political. Whisky Stealings! CONNIVANCE OF REPUBLICAN OFFICIALS. Exposures by Hon. Mr. Binkley. [Extract from a Speech at Milwaukee.] Of tha thousand kinds of frauds. I con sider whtokv frauds alone and' none of them later than 1870. Nor will I, at present, say any thing of whisky frauds save only of one of particular description, thonch vastly the Krentest of all. And now to the theme. The scheme Of argumeqt is this : The producer of whisky was to pay a tax of so much a gallon for every gallon maun, subject to a drawback on what little was exported. The revenue books show how many gallons were reported asi taxable, But a great deal was produced that was not reported. If , we could show how many more gallons were produced than were reported for taxation, we would know-how many gallons ihad escaped the tax of so much a gallon. It-might be a hundred gallons or ten thousand gallons, or 100,000,000 gallons, or 1,000,- 000.000 gallons no matter how much or how little, there wo...

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. — 26 October 1876

Tut Di-oArat 1 furnished to subscriber it M perywa- tor l rB-juUm flAy flnt A s r month, invariably In adaooe., , , ComoNDiNC, containing important new ollcited from all parti of the oounjy. Writer's name and address required 0(1 every oottmuulca Hon as a ftlyate guarantee Of goofl faith.' . Business Card one dollar per line per year. No card lnwrted for lew than three dollar per year. Business Notice In Hem columns, on Jfth page, inserted for Un eents per line each insertion.- if inaerted in reading (hatter, twenty cents per line. Mo notice will be luserted for lew than aity cents, Yearly advertisers allowed! the nrirtlego Of changing their adverttaemevte Quarterly., . . t Double column advertisement 26 per bent ad ditional" ', r . ; " .. ' : AU transient advertisements mint' be' accompa nied njinth cash. , ' '.. v'. .it'- Advertisements, to insure insertion, mini be banded In by Wednesday noon.' ' : Bah of Advertising furnished on application; AddressU oommunicatioDs to i - , - A....

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. — 26 October 1876

Business Items. PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS .oi . nri ..! "T , etreet, on the. first Monday In September, proximo. A limited number will be taken, and careful at- all requisite proper to make the thoughtful and,aceompllBhed. . : i ung misses tf , A NEW WA Y 10. EXTRACT iZifH WITHOUT I have In my potaessjon and am dally- uiing a new local ancaestretlo, by menus of which I am enabled to greaCyellevlate the -pain produced by extracting teeth without putting the patient to leep or freeslng the gums, I have been using It short time aad my patient thus far recommend (t highly... J unjoin, few testimonials: j . J.H.8IDDALL. Hay . I Have Just had a very large tooth ex tracted by Dr. Slddall's new method, and scarcely knew It wh done can recommend It to every one. ' Mrs, WILL WAGNER, Hartvllle. ' ; Witness: Mrs. B.S.vBombiroeB. May (.I had a"large tooth extracted to day Without pain by Dr. Sldclall'a new method. i M. GAKTZ. Canton. Mat 10 I Ibsh had a tooth extracted t Dr. 6lddaH'i offloe by hi...

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. — 26 October 1876

Political. TILDEN AND REFORM. FIGHTING JOE HOOKER TO HIS COMRADES IN ARMS. Stirring Appeal to the Boys in Blue From Distinguished Soldiers— Reform Only Hope of the Country. Cowupra For a uumbor of years past many good citizens, without regard to their former political affinities, have ser iously deprecated and earnestly denounc ed the peristent and dictatorial spirit in which the Radical leaders havelong been sndBt'.llare attempting to rekindle the old war feeling and animosity, and to make use of semi-military organizations for mere partisan ends; these efforts, tending to force upon the country the false impression the Republicans alone fought the battles of the Union cause) that none of the soldiers of that army can now he expected to vote auy other than the Radical ticket; that every un ion soldier must still array himself against a section of our country, and continue to denounce the people he helped to over come in a civil war; a people who laid down their arms, and surrendere...

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. — 26 October 1876

,,..: CARRIAGES. '; 1- -r - " ' " 'CARRIAGES!. T he ropular and old Established firm of RW.VMTS&C0 '1 ' l- :!.";.. I U 1' I'1 ' 1 nn l ON POPLAR STREET) i THt it. E. CHURCH. CAN f ON, OHIO. Are now ready to meet the demand of .the ap .,'.. proachlng ' DRIVING -SEASON; ' With the most Complete anp Klcgau( line of all descriptions of - 1 Riding Vehicles ! ever put upon the market in thli Oltjr, T Their Stock embraces all kinds and styles of SINGLE; & FAMILY CnnatniRtpd in the moat elegant aa well aa tub' atantial manner, and possesses all the desirable features or immunity. EASY RIDING! And the moat perfect taste In Painting, Upholster iiwinil Opnpml Kliiish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagons to all parts of tne country, all coinmunicationsiwiji do careiuuy looaea alter, n. w, nauvo a w. Canton Mnjitt COAL. Coal! Coal! Coal! r ; , - I wish to Inform the publlo that I am in the COAL TKADB and am prepaied to furnish - Lump or Nut Coal and to any part of the fil...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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