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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 June 1876

BANKS. B A N K -01'- G.D.HARTER&BRO. In Stone Blinking House, EaHt Tuscrawae btreet. ENGLISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN Piuik Ofumfmm 8 A. if. lot P. M., and m Haiarda evenlnyHfrom o)$ to Hft '. Jf. PKAL IN GOLD, SILVER, AMD Government Bonds. American aad Foreign Drafts Bongti and Sold. Accounts Solicited: Interest Allowed -ON- TIME DEPOSITS. Passage Tickets to and from Europe TOR SAW, QEOROK D. HAKtER & BR0. Feb 1. Ti ESTABLISHED 1 854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK OF J 1 CANTON, OHIO. A LLO frt5'..Ii,tcre"t on T1 pppo'it.- BU Y ' Hy-J"mmeK Papermd Promnilssory LOANS"?0 n Appr0Te1 rer,on&1 fl7K? & SPT T ..Tor,,Sn Exchange DUlJ d O.E.l.i,0--ioldandCoiiions. NEflflTl ATVQ Municipal, County and U L,JV 1 1 ft I "Government Securities. BUTFTVFQ Accounts of Individual fICLiCIV XJ J on Favorable Terms. TP A WC A TC A Ooneral Banking Bunt 1 11 ft 11 d ft 1 O "ueiul on Conservative Prin ciples. ISAAC IIARTER & SONS. FLOVRTNG MILL. TflK L FLOl TORMEKLY TUB OLD MYERS HILL. . SOUTH CHERRY S...

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 June 1876

Local News. To day being ftirj-m Chrlttt, it 1 being duly ob ktviJ In our city. Uo C. A. Bund provei quite efficient I" draw ing f rowds to church ft'ktlvals. The City Board of Equalization are buhy each vvi nliig holding nations In the Auditor's ufflce. , . v. f-1 spnfleld still remains head clerk at the Urge wore of K. A. DcForcH i Co., rendering Ilia valuable icrvice. ii b i... wr.il knnwii In this vicinity, was in Die city on Wednesday. He Is now traveling for a Philadelphia Ann, fume of these new fanglcd summer hall for ladlea look at a distance tike a puffof smoke orna- minted with small wlilte ciouaa. Kt Hev. G. T. Bedell, Blshopof the Diocese, will emulate in St. I'aul's Episcopal uiurcn ou ouimajr meming uext. Service at W1, o'clock. The stagnant vnter standing In the rear of the tafe and press works la very annoying aim uum sive to residents of that parlol the first ward. Among the Canton Republicans In attendance at the Cincinnati Convention are W. T. Baacom, oftheJffp., ...

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 June 1876

.rife 1. If ; ; ' ii'' 4"S" i ' r ttWOT ) cK 7juj r L" V" Ok VOL. 43. NO 3 . CANTON, OHIO, JUNE 22, 1876. The Democrat. Circulation 2,500. Number of New Subscribers for week ending June 17.-16 Discontinuances,-2 FOR PRESIDENT. The Nominee of the St. Louis Convention. On a Democratic PUnform that will recoy niu the Constitution, justice, ami econo my of Administration, which are essentiul to the prosperity ami happiness of the people. A costly, extravagant and splendid govern ment leads to corruption, to oppression oj honest industry and honest business, and to general impoverishment; in short, a platform recognizing "no necessary evils in govern ment," no doing evil tkU good may come, bu equal and exact justice to all. Bmbtow is out, and now the rings can sail again in placid waters. The Republican National convention did not say "whisky ring" once. It was not so much Hayes 4hat was nominated, as Blaine that was defeated The National Democratic Convention will assemble at St. Louis ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1876

Select Story AN AMAZON'S RECEPTION. "Tiyoii is coiuinK ! Tryon its coming!" was the cry that blanched many a cheek in Connecticut in tho mointi 01 juiy, Tliis news spreading like wildfire about (be towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, was well calculated to excite alarm in pa triotic breasts, for Tryon was a merciless invader, and wherever he went the torch completed bis work of destruction. In tho month of February of the year just written he bad ravaged Ki Hybrid e and Horseneek, and now, for tbesecoud time had entered the state. His soldiers committed, under his very pvb atrocities of the most shocking (U scription; they plundered without dis tinction; old and young, rich and poor, fell alike at the merciless hands of the king's man. East Haven, Fairfield and Norwalk, were reduced to ashes, and a thousand acts of barbarous cruelly were uernetrated on the homeless patriots, A force sufficient to check the advance of the invader could not be raised in the State. Connecticut's able-bodie...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1876

Political. ADOPTED BY THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION AT CINCINNATI. The Chair The next business in order is the report of the committee on Reso lutions. Mr. Hawley Mr. President, you must be aware that your committee on Reso lutions, upon asscmbline, found itself con stituted of men of somewhat differing sen timents andwidely separated localities, and mostly strangers to each other: We have in general agreed upon the state ments we are abDut to present to you, and respectfully .submit it for your considcr tion, and for your amendment if you choose. It is as follows. When, in the economy of providence, this land was to be purged of human slavery, and when the strength of the Government of the people, by the people, for the people, was to be demonstrated, the Republican party came into power. Its deeds have passed into history, and we look back to them with pride. In cited by their memories and high aims for the good of our country and mankind, and looking to the future with unfal...

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. — 22 June 1876

THDKMe:RiT la furnished to subscribers at 12 per rear; II fur six mouths; fifty ccuU for three months, Invariably in advance. Coeriwponuinci, coutalulng Important iiow.i lollclteJ from U part of the couuty. Writers nunc ami address required on evory couiniunlca tlori as a prlvatv guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No Cird Inserted for less than three dollars per year. Bualnerf Notice Ui Item columtu on fifth page, I iserted for U n cents per line each insertion, u IisertcJ In reading matter, twenty cent per line. No notice will be inserted for loss than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege Ohanglng their advertisements quarterly. of Double column advertisements 25 per cent, ad ditlonal. A U transient advertisement must be accompa nld with lhecab. A ovkrtlsemienth. to insure Insertion, murt be handed In by Wednesday noon. Rates of advertising furnished ou application Address all communications to A. McOREQOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. ...

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. — 22 June 1876

Business Items Wanted to borrow $1,500 00 for two or three years ut eight per cent., interest payable Bem-annually, if desired, l'irat mortgage will bo given on property worth twice the amount. Call at this ollice for further information. THE PLACE TO II ITCH TEAMS. The lariro Dry Goods IIoitHe opened bv 11. A. Deforest, in the Opera House building, appears to be doing a large part Of the country trade. The house now employs 15 sulesmen and women. Iu front of the Opera House is much the best hitching place in Canton, and we notice our couutry mends begin to ap preciate it. Caked broasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swelling, sprains, stiff Joint, burns, Braids, iiolsouous biles, and all float), bone and muscle allmoi ts, can bo absolutely cured by the Cuutaur Liniments. What Uie Will to Liniment is lor tlie liuman family, the Yellow Liniment la for spavined, galled and milc none auu aniniais.; Tub Finest lot of china sots, tea seta, pitchers, bowls, tureens and all kinds of qucenswnro, gl...

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. — 22 June 1876

Miscellaneous. NEW YORK FOUNDLINGS. SEVEN THOUSAND WAIFS RESCUED FROM MORAL DEATH. What the Good Sisters of Charity are Doing for What the Good Sisters of Charity are Doing for as Army of Deserted Children in New York City—A Hurried Glance at the Foundling Hospltals of Other Countrles. Committees and members of the New York Foundjiiig Society of the Sinters of Charity are lately concerned with an im .portant question. The institution under their ansniceB having been incorporateu no earlier than 18(10, the problem has hitherto less forcibly presented itself of what shall be done for the future provis io,n for such unclaimed ones held in charge as have passed the period of early childhood. About seven thousand enfant tnuvet have been received in this institution since it was founded, of whom there are now sixteen hundred regularly cared for bythe society, either within the build ing in sixty eighth street or without, in the homes of paid nurses. Of the re mainder, a considerable numbe...

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. — 22 June 1876

BANKS. BANK -OF- G.D.HARTER&BRO.' It Stone Banking House, Eust Tuscrawae Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN SFOKEN Itan open from 8 A. Sf.loS P. M., and on Salardat evenmga jron u'-, 10 ajf t; u. deal IN GOLD, SILVER, AND T Government Bonds. .American and . Foreign Drafts Bongli Accounts Solicited. Interest Allowed -ON-i ' ' ' , TIME DEPOSITS. Passage Tickets to and from Enrope FOB SALE. GEOKGK D. HARTEE A BRO. Feb I. T2 ESTABLISHED. I 854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK' OF CANTON, OHIO. A LLO WS--Iutcrc8t on Tlu 6 p08"- jyjMjCommorcIal Paper and Prommlssory L0ANS--Mmb on Appr0TC Peraoua' Sc R77VC Jtr CTrrC Foreign Exchange DUIO Oi U.GiiJ--(.)nld and Coupons. NPdflTl ATVS Municipal, County and 11DKIU1 In I iO""(ovori,ri:ent securities. PVTFTVFQ Tne Accounts of Individuals IXLKjLiL r -t-"J""on Favorable Terms. TP A JVC A rTG A. General Banking Busl i ILtlll J M.U 1 iJ'-iiessoiiConservatlvaPrin. Clples. ISAAC UARTER ft 80NS. FIRST 1 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]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1876

Local News. A note for tiS.58 In favor of Loulna C. Holts, of Canton, 0.. wm found on (he .trect In Cleveland a few day. ilnce, and ba. been placed n he City Clerk's office for are keeping until called for by the owner, E D Ely of William and Market street, had a lot of goods .tored carefully in bis stable, where (bey remained till last Friday night, when they went away with a man, name unknown. Loss two hundred dollars, more or less. We are Informed that one rf the Masslllon mili tia, comrany, formerly a printer, while standing guard at the coal mine the other night, heard a Khot somewhere, and being unable to contain himself, dropped his gun and ran for the camp. An ancient author observed : "What was to the purpose I could not say ; and what was not to the purpose I would not say." A'hakxpcarc hints that silence lsi.otalways"commcndable,"lnceltmay to foollab if we art wise, though wise, If we are foolish. . The Republican leaders of this city, at least a elect few, made a short s...

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. — 29 June 1876

V - 'J J SE .v, Ik Jfc - VOL. 43. NO 4. CANTON. OHIO, JUNE 29, 1876. A. McGREGOR & SON, Publishers m i ( ffl ill. kyw nrw-tm m j i k n "iTi, m u a Jk. hi i The Democrat. The Democrat. St. Louis Convention! Hon. H. C. WATERSON, OF KY. TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. Gen. Mcclernand, of Illinois Permanent President Tilden Nominated for President on Second Ballot. SOUND PLATFORM. Presented but Voted Down. The Majority Report Adopted by a Vote of 651 to 83. Hendricks Unanimously Nominated for Vice President. St. Louis, June 27. The convention assembled in the large beautiful hall of the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, which was decorated with garlands of leaves, the State Coat ot Arms, flowers die. The weather is very warm and sultry, betokening thunder storms. The dele gates' were promptly in their places, but it was lz.M oetore the convention was called to order by Hon Augustus Schcll, chairman of the National Democratic Committee. In the meantime the mill tary band, perche...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 June 1876

Select story. Select story. The Beggar of Algiers. We feel ourselves" in this country at liberty to give or refuse Ourtoievolonce to any objuct that implores our assist ance, and should be opt to treat with con tempi the intimation of a person who should caution ua against this generous action, lest we snould by lhat means in cur a debt we way hereafter be unable to discharge. And yet this caution, how ever unnecessary it may appear in this country, is very different iu others. Iu all the states of Barbary, a present of lib erality becomes a debt, which the laws of that country oblige the giver to pay a truth which many merchants have ex perienced to their cost and vexation. About the beginning of the present century, a Greek merchant resided at Algiers, who used every year to make a voyage to Tunis or Egypt, to dispose of the commodities he had purchased from the Moors and the trading ships from lvirope. While he continued to carry on this branch of commerce, a countryman of his pa...

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. — 29 June 1876

Political. Political. FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, June 22. SENATE. During the morning hour several bills of minor importance were passed, ami the confederation of the Naval Appropria ' tion bill was resumed. Mr. Sargent said .the bill reported by the Committee increased tin? House bill $3,6!)8,000, a decrease compared with the Appropriation bill of the present fiscal year of $802,010. In nearly every item in the bill as it came before the Senate now there was a reduction and the Com mittee had, in a majority of cases, assent ed to the reduction made by the House of Representatives, but in some cases, they found it necessary to increase the amount allowed by the House. The bill, aB it came from the House, did not pro pose to reduce the number of the officers of the navy or their pay, but it appro priated inadequately for their compensa tion. For several years past appropria tions for this purpose had been inade quate, but the deficiency had been made up from appropriations for...

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. — 29 June 1876

TiDEKcAt Ufurnliihedto ulwcrlbn at II ft year; II for tlx monttu; flflr n' for three moatbt, luvarUbly In advance. CoamfflroNDENCi, containing Important uow.i ollclted from aU part of the county. Writer name and addre required on every communlca. tloa ai a prlvatt guarantee of good faith. Busmen Cardu one dollar per line per year. No cwd liuerted for les than three dollan per year, column! on fifth page, DUSlucrw iivwv-v- - liwrtedfor tencentt per Une each Inaertlon. 1 werted lu reading matter, twenty ceuU por line. na notire will be Inserted for lea than fifty cent. imrllun allowed the privilege of Changing their advertlsemenM quarterly. Double column advertlnementa 25 per cent, ad 4it!on.l. All transient artvertlwrnenB must beaccompa nlei with the ea.'h. a m.cDWdpu f v Tt, tn Insure insertion. mu$t be ftUanitnr.n.-iv v . - handed lu by W ednesday noon. Rates of adrertHlug furnished on application communication! to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. Canton, Ohio. The democrat. ES...

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. — 29 June 1876

Business Items. Wanted to borrow $1,500 00 for two or three years at eight per cent., interest payable sem-annually, if ciesirM. First mortgage will be given on property worth twice the amount. Call at this office for further information. ' CLEANLINESS I " Cleanliness ii DCit to godliness," and the most perfect article aver Invented to produce cleanli ness Is Joseph Btochele's California Soap. Every body that hat tried It recommends lta use, and will tell you IB merlu. The California Soap 1 the beat for laundry, kitchen or wash room, and though not as long on the market a lome other artlcles.lt stands unrivaled and unexcelled. Mr. Joseph Blechele, a soap maker of many years' experience, has made this Invention the crown ing effort of his life, and no other soap-maker has produced anything yet that can equal it. Caked breasts, rheumatism, sciatica, swellings, sprains, stiff joints, burns, scalds, poisonous bites, and all flush, bone and muscle allmerts, can be absolutely cured by the...

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. — 29 June 1876

Miscellaneous. THE TWO-THIRDS RULE. Its Origin—Presidential Elections from the Time of Jefferson Down. The action of the Maine Democracy foreshadows an attempt in the St. Louis Convention, to abrogate the .two-thirds rule. In view of the discussion which the effort will occasion, and particularly since some misapprehension seems to prevail as to the origin and policy of this famous regulation, a brief review of its history may not be witho it interest and instruction. The Coneressional caucus itself bor rowed from the politics of England, was the original of the National convention In 1800. at Philadelphia, a caucus coin posed of Representatives and Senators, nominated Jefferson and Burr for Presi dent and Vice President of the United States. At Washington, on the 19th of Janu ary, 1808, a similar caucus nominated Madison for the Presidency, and in 1812 a caucus presented him for re-election. Meanwhile much discontent with this method of selecting candidates had spread among the Rep...

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. — 29 June 1876

BANKS. BANK -OF- G.D.HARTER&BRO. Iu Stone Banking House, Eust Tusorawas Street. ENGLISH AND GERMAN .SPOKEN Bank mimJromS A. M. to D P. M., and on Safurdaj weiiiyrom OJi to J . Jf. DEAL IN gold, silver; AND Government Bonds. American and Foreign Drafts Bouglit and Sold. Accounts Solicited, Interest Allowed -ON- TIME DEPOSITS. Passage Tickets to and from Europe FOR SALE. GEORGE D. HARTER & BRO. Feb 1. '72 ESTABLISHED 1 854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK OF saac Barter 4 Sis, CANTON, OHIO. ALLO WS--Inlerust on T1,"c Dt'pslUi' jryXjCommcrclal Paper and Prommlssory LOANS"1,1"' U ApPr0Ted Per80nal 3c" BUYS & SELLS- "(Jold aud Coupons. WPrfiTT A TFC Municipal, Cuunty and linultllA I COuovernment Securities. HVTVTVWQ Tne Aecouuts of Individuals illiliii r AiOou Favorable Terms. TP A ATC A CTZ A General Banking Busi 1 n fill d til i u "uess ou Conservative Prin ciples. ISAAC HARTER & SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCt ALL KINDS OF Banking Business Done on Reason...

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. — 29 June 1876

Continued from first Page. cress" and recommending the separation of the Government from the banks and the establishment of the independent Treasury. This measure provoked vol uminous and acrimonious debate through out the country, even before it engaged the attention of Congress. Mr. Tilden, though still a student sprang to the de fense of the President's policy, and wrote a series of papers, marked by all the characteristics of his maturity, and advo cating the proposed separation and the redeemability of the Government curren cy in specie, These articles were signed "Crino." In 1844 Mr. Tilden in connection with John L. Sullivan founded the newspaper called the Daily News, in preparation for the election, which resulted in mak ing James K. Polk, President. In 1845 he was sent to the assembly for New York and while a member of that body was elected to the convention for the re modeling of the Constitution of the State, which was to commence its sessions a few weeks after the legis...

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. — 6 July 1876

r imiii" ' ', . -r pi '. ' 'J;' VOL. 43. NO 5. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 6, 18T6. A. McGBEGOR & SON, Publishers Democracy & Reform Democracy & Reform TILDEN and HENDRICKS A Good Platform & noble Candidates. RATIFICATION MEETING! IN CANTON Saturday Eve'g, July 8 All who favor a change of Adminis' tration all who derire to return to Constitutional Rule and get away fron "crooked" men and "crooked" ways are cordially invited to join us in a GLORIOUS RATIFICATION MEETING, at .CANTON, on SAT URDAY EVENING of this week, to endorse the good work of the St. Louis Convention and our able and worthy candidates Tildeni Hendricks SPEAKERS will be present to ad dress the meeting fa cmoqui Circulation 2,500. TnB Democracy are . moving nobly for Tilden and Hendricks. Babcock supports Hayes and Wheeler, as a matter of course. , The Cincinnati Enquirer is doing very well under the circumstances. , , The second century of "these inde pendent States" began on Tuesday. This Centennial year, TJ...

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. — 6 July 1876

Select Story. MY FIRST TIGER. 'Japes, we're in luck, this' morning. Our little two month holiday ; hasn't rnmmonced bo badly.' And 88 ho speaks, Tatsy Belton glances gleefully at a slip of paper he is jealously noming. . 'My dear fellow,' I leisurely reply, 'I haven't the faintest idea to what you al lude. Perhaps, if you let me know the content of that letter, the fog might dis appear. By-the-by, JMsy,' I continue. 'apropos of ideas, that is not a bad one my self-comforting butler has got hold of. He says that a suit of warm clothing is absolutely necessary in these cold re gions, and that if I don't provide him with one' , ... . . 'Oh 1' said my companion ; listen to this, dated from Droog Bungalow, Thurs day, seven a. m. Dear Belton rut on a pair of wings, and fly to me at once. If nassible, bring with you one or two more men; and if I don't bring you and them in close proximity with a tiger, my name is not what I believe it to be II. Thomson. ' , , , . ; 'Now, what do yon think ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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