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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 20 July 1876

Political. RATIFICATION. Cincinnati for Tilden and Reform. SPEECH OF HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON PATRIOTIC LETTER FROM SENATOR THURMAN. (From the Enquirer.) The Democracy of Cincinnati met and ratified at the Grand Opera Houee on Saturday night. The night was warm and the crowd large and enthusiastic, and perspiration was shed at every pore. Contrasting the meeting with that of two weeks ago held by the Republicans in Exposition Hall, there was but one opin ion. It was much larger, much more en thusiastic, and had the advantage over it of having better spenkers and more elo quence. It fairly started the campaign for Tilden and Reform. Hon. Alexander Long wound the meet ing up and set it going1, and then handed it over to Judge Iloadly, who made an eloquent address three quarters ot an Lour in lenglh, interlaided with quota tions from various State and National platforms and the German poets, and then assumed the chair. He was follow ed by Hons. George H. Fendleton, Fred. Hassuurek, Charl...

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. — 20 July 1876

LEGAL. Sheriff Sale. A. Yant vs Ault & BcclUcl, ot al. By virtue of a vendl exponas Issued fromtlio court of common picas of Blark comity, Ohio; and to me directed 1 will offer for sale at public out cry at the door of the court house In the el J of Canton, on Saturday, Ihe 5th day of August, 1870, the fullowinp desorlbed real estate situate In said county to-wlt; Lot number ir.()-, east lialf, exuent !i feet bv IGu feet off the northeast part of said lot, also lot number 1503, except 12 feet off the east bide of said lot. Lot WYl appraised al I XX). Lot 1508 appraised at fliOO, Sale to eouwenee at one o'clock .'p. in. Tornis cash Julyfl-a J. P. RAUCH, Sheriff. -r- Sheriff Sale. John Vi lluelm ri Michael Becker, et al. By vlrtueof a plurlea execution Issuod from the Court of common pleat of Wayne county, 0., and to rue directed, I willoffer for sale at public outcry, at the door of the court house in the city of Cautou ou Saturday, the 5th day of August, J870. the Interest of Mi...

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. — 20 July 1876

Local News. Tbe dwelling bouse of John Roth, on hi farm ,sAort distance south of town, was destroyed by Arc lust Saturday rooming. Nlmy eight degrees hi the hade Is the report from one tl.ermon.eter on Wednesday afternoon. Bed hot aud no sign of ooollng. A bath-house at the lake, Union dam or some other fit plaie would be a good thing for suffer lug humanity In this community. 8amuel Slussor was appointed Health otter for Iheclty nta recent silling of the Board, to serve tor one dollar and fifty cents per day when busy. Dr L L.Lamborn.of Alliance, was in the city on Monday. The Doctor is prominently before the people of this district as a candidnte tor ton grew, and is looklnguphls interests. t , Hamilton Harris, who was born and brought up in Biaik county, now a prominent cit iaen 0 lUlnois, stopped in town last Monday, while on hi way home from 1'hlladclphia, tovUithlssls ter, Mrs. Goodwill. Three thousand dollars of stock in the Wrought Iron Bridge Company will be sold for cash; ...

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. — 27 July 1876

ili.jv ! ...;. i. .a , ; 'iii.ii T - ' VOL. 43. NO 8. CANTON, OHIO, JULY 271876. a. McGregor & son, Mikun n i: i i i! n mi i , , , , . ,, (iL 1876 1 THE Stark Co.Dcmocrat FOR MS CAMPAIGN IM 50 CENTS The Presidential Campaign is now open in earnest, and the people Jook to the Democratic party for liberation from the rule of corruption and profligacy that has bo long ruled the country. Tie Stark County Democra is in the front ranks to do battle in the cause of Constitutional Lihbrtv, and for Tilden Hendrick THE TRUE CHAMPIONS OF RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM With our largo and well printed paper we will endeavor to give our readers all the speeches, &c, during the campaign never forgetting our full share of Local and general news, and choice selections of Miscellaneous reading, thus keeping up its high standard of excellence in all Departments. Below will be found UNUSUALLY LIBERAL TERMS: Campaign Rates for Four Months, Single Copies, - 50 Cts In Clubs of 25 or more, each, 40 Postag...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 27 July 1876

Congressional. FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, July 17, 1876. SENATE. Tlif impeachment whs l)iitowiiifrtotliefll)senc9 of Kvnns, tl Senate, sittinir s a Court of Impend merit till Wednesday. RIVER IMPROVEMENTS. The Senate then considered the River mid IlnrUor lull, the pending question he inp on the mothm of Mr. Tliurmiin to ro i inmit llie bill ! the Committee on Ap propriations wi.li instructions to report a bill reducing the aggregate amount of appropriations contained in it to a sum not to exceed four million dollars. MORTON rtON'T WANT TO RKTRKNl'H. Morton opposed the motion. In the course ot ins epeecn, ne nmuu a k attack upon tho policy of retrenchment t.nrtiuwl hv tlio Hon up rimriictermtitr it as deinagognery. When appropriations were mane jiiit'cuiig mnimrin u7 they were not willing to carry out the principle of retrenchment, but when the (.internment, then they raised the cry of economy and voted to cut down appro priations, simply for political capital. Thurman said h...

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. — 27 July 1876

Political. Political. THE BLOODY SHIRT FURLED. The Congressional Committee's Unanimous Report. The Shooting of Senator Twitchell a Personal and not a Political Affair—The People of Red River Parish Vindicated From Radical and Carpet Bag Charges— From Radical and Carpet Bag Charges— Report Signed by Republicans and Democrats. Washington, July 16. Representa tives John L. Vance and William Wood burn, the sub-committee appointed y the Special Committee on Louisiana At faira for the purpose of inquiring into the circumstances of the Coubhatta mur der in May, prepared its report sometime a.o and submitted it to the full Commit tee. The number of witnesses examined in the town of Coushattn, in Red River parish, was thirty-three, including prom inent men of both political parties. The story as told by the report of the Com mittee, is substantially ae follows: On the morning of the 2d of May Inst, a stranger mounted on a peculiarly col ored pony entered the town of Couhhatta. lie was disgui...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 27 July 1876

mi DmlnCKAT I niHIISIieU to Sliumn""'" per year; tflMsUBibliilnA; fifty cents lor tl roe moutht, Invariably In advance. ' 'iollclU(i'ff6ailt ittttnan county. vJrM" name MMltuMnMi wftulrt'il" WW commune. - U-mu a private guarantee of good faith. I .VJ-'.'.'fttti. No " cud Inserted fr less than three dollar per year. Busing Outlets III ' ttem 6.lumiis. on fifth page, " -I'ltefted for ten w lit1 per Hue each lusertlou. II : laaerled In wailing "?; W P lu')l Ho node will be iiworttii for Wf Uian. fifty cento. Yearly' advertisers Ifowed tlid; privilege of (hanging tlaltaiivertlsoin(!nuiq.iarterly. i j ' Double column advairtlin-menlf, !5 pot Cent ad-, litlonal. " ' I ;; ' . ;' All troimlotit advertisement mutt be !,! '. p,led with! the cash. ,,',', ill,,.'. " ' ' anvgRiw.MfcNts, to' liimre Insertion, mm, t bg handed In by Vutittsiay noun. . li l '. ! Kate of advertising furnished od armllcaUoh' j Address all ooniraunlcatlons to .; .,;.. ' A. McOKEGOH St SQN, " ' ,1 ' ' !: Canton, 01lo, "...

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. — 27 July 1876

Business Items. Wantkd to borrow $1,500 00 for two or three yeurs at ei(?lit per cent., Interest payable sem-niimmlly, if desired. First mortgage will be given on property worth twice the amount. Call at this oillce for further information. Wo do not cndnrso all advertisements indis criminately, anil novor recommend an article un less wo know it to be all that In claimed. Having anvil Okntaub Liniment and Cahtobia in our own faniily. wo voluntarily take this means of re commending thein to our readers as certainly val uable remedies. n oases nf Kheumitlsin and all Klosh and Hone trouble, Ha subduing and Ilea lug powers are wondorlul, and aa to Cantohia, our mothers would not be without It. Ashtabula (0.) T'lniraph,June2'itt, 876. REDUCED! Three hundred Parasols reduced to nearly one lialf their aelnal value. I parasols for $8.50. fi parasols for 2.50. 3 parasols for J2. Parasols lor II .SO worth 13. at KEPLINGER'8 CASH STORE. TROSITOUS. I'd Pkmocrats: YourateuUon Is respectfully inv...

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. — 27 July 1876

Political. DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION. IN AVONDALE LAST NIGHT. by Judge Hoadley, E. W. Kittredge and R. A. Johnston. From the Cincinnati Commercial, July 19th. The meeting at Avon Hal), Avonilule, last night, Rt whit-h it hail been annoim- red that speeches would be mntio ay Jadge George Homily mid Mr. H. W. Kit tredge, was not as large a giilliering as might have been antii-i patcd from the distinguished character of tho orators named for the evening. The meeting, though a small one, was not altogether deficient in enthusiasm, and a notice bte feature in a Democratic gathering- it was graced with the presence of a bevy of ladies REMARKS OK TUB CHAIRMAN. Hon. R. A. Johnston, was, on motion, elected chairman, and returned thanks in appropriate language. The meeting was. he said, perhaps out of the ordinary oot.'rse of the meetings that had been keld in the hall. It was not called un dpj the ausniccs of either party, and meither of the gentlemen who had con seiited to speak could be susp...

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. — 27 July 1876

LEGAL. 5Wi Sate. A. Yaut vi Ault & Bochtel, ot al. By Tlrlue of a vendl exponaa Iwmed from the cuurt of common pleaa of Stark county, Ohio, and tn me directed 1 will odor for tale at public out cry at tho door of the court hotum iu tliool y of C'HIltOU, ou &wday, tlm 5th day of August, 1870, tlio following described real estate iltuate In said comily to-wit: U numl.er 151)2. eaat half, extent M feet by icr feet oil' thd northeast part of wild lot, alao lot number except 12 feet off Die cant tide of said lot, I-otlW.! appraised at I 00. 1M lfoa npprulned at Bale to commence at one o'clock .'p. m. Ternia Julr e J. P, RAUCH, Sheriff. Sheriff Sale. J oli n V lllielm va Michael Bockor, et al. By Tlrtuoof a pluriou execution burned from the ourt of common pleas of Wayne county, 0and to me directed, I wlllofl'or for sale at public outcry, et the door of the court Louse lu the city of Canton on Saturday, the 5th day of August, 1876. the Interest of Mlchaol Becker, said Interest be 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. — 27 July 1876

Local News. rwlr..ndiia hilt tuslncwt. No matter how bard theti mcs, we can't may away ftom the ani- mile show. Patent have recently been granted to W. Kim ble, Alliance, for a whlrtletree, and to C. Dlebold Canton, for safes. A large pane of glass In Dan Talbert'a cigar More, u shattered last Saturday Dy two men who were wrestling. Now la the season when the mimical cricket scratches his ear with his hind leg, and warble lore notea to the Katydid, Dr. E. Flshblatt arrived at the Ogdon House last Saturday, and remained till last evening, when be left for Klndlay.O. Ed Leo waa In Cleveland last week looking up the prospects for next season's opening at the Jtuclld Avenue Opera House. John O'Brien's show attracted an Immense crowd to the city on Tuesday. The twenty five cent card la what did the work. Two female employes at one of the hotels to this city, had a slap fight last Monday, and the smallest one came out about unit best. A new simial station has been erected at the de pot, w...

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. — 3 August 1876

'T'r'N ;.s 5 r ar-t,v.-u&T "I1 Jl ' v' ' , ?k. - IK" (I ";;.y'Sl'. I VOL. 43. NO. 9, CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 3, 1876. A. MeGREGOR & SON Fiblhhers M A The Democrat. The Southern outrago factory 1b run ning on full time. "Let no guilty man escape," said Grant. Let no other Grant be elected President Congress will probably adjourn next Monday. It is now said that Sitting Bull was not present at the Custer massacre. Governor Hayes was determined to quell "violent breaches of the law" with the military. And Belknap was acquitted, 37 for con viction to 25 for acquittal, not two thirds. That was a tight squeeze. It was well for Grant's ex-Secretary the Senate was Republican. Eight years ago Grant and his party entered the canvass with high hopes and lavish promises greater than Hayes now does. The publij know the crop that cropped out in the Camerons, Chan dlers, Belknaps, Babcocks, &c. Hon. Geo. W. Julian, one of the bright lights of the Republican party years ago, is an ardent s...

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. — 3 August 1876

Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT , x SAMUEL J, TILDEN, Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOU SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM BELL, Of Licking County, FOR Jl'IKlK OK 81'1'RBMK f OI RT, WILLIAM E. FINK, Of Perry Comity. K..H MEMI1ER IIOARI OF 1'1'RMC WORKS, H. P. CLOUGfl,' Of Butler County. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, WILLIAM LANG, Of Seneca County. GRANVILLE W. STOKES. Of Warren County. CAMPAIGN NOTES. The Boston Poet says the "bloody shirt factory" will run on full time during the ensuing four mouths The Buckeye Granger, of Perrys burg, Ohio, supports the St. Louis ticket, and predicts its election. A thorough organization of the De mocracy in every district is now in order not to-morrow or next week, hut now. Buss Shepherd, Bi'lknap, Lnudaulet Williams and Credit Mobilier Colfax have declared for Hayes and the Cin cinnati ticket. The Mansfield, Ohio, Liberal, Gen. BrinkerhorTs paper, favors the elec tion of Tilden, and endorses...

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. — 3 August 1876

Business Items. ,GJUTSALE OF PLAID GOODS.; T, " ' of eight and ten ceni Plutd t R. A. DeFnreut'e contin- Dress Gooda . , Wll ill lUBlUWCID UUUI uea iu urnw a ito all par's of the conn 'v. NONE LIKE T" efore tli Tim Pull (Vim in anniY cnmf W ...... v . r - - UAinfllmnnoa OMll WUtttl PrWAIl 'OH of thi land like a golden meteor, not 1,'owe, ; with a sudden flush, but with a brilliancy. It is but a comparatively short time since it was first introduced to tl.e people, but to-dny it is sought for in all States of the Union, as the best ar ticle in the market. Pure in every re spect and made by experienced hands, it is all that can be desired Joseph Bieel.ele, the pioneer soap man of Can ton makes it. i FARMERS, SEE 1!ERE , Messrs, Lawrence & Myeis, hardware dealers, are sole agents for J. B. Wing's patent Grain Register, an invention in dispensable alike to farmer and thresher. The machine registers accurately, be yond any possibility of mistake, the ex act number of bushels of grain...

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. — 3 August 1876

Select Story. A ROMANCE OF HARD WORK. "Raymond Thurston, I bolieve you are insane." , Ab Amabel spoke, her voice had a sharp quiver of pain as well as anger. She was very proud of her brother ,1 nftiiH handsome face, nroud of his talents and she considered he was , about to degrade himself socially, u . not morally, by the stand he had an nounced himself to have taken. See ing her pabsionate outcry had not mov ed him, she said, pleadingly : "Ilave you no pride left you who had all the old Thurston pride once?'' "I have just Bo much pride left, A mabel," he answered, "that I can not sit here eating the bread of idleness another day. "You know you are more than wel come here." "I do know it. I appreciate your husband's kindness at its full value, Amabel. I hope that the day will come when I can prove it. And, Sis, I am only too thankful that you have his true love and strong arm now, when we have lost so much. Now, darling, don't try to hold me back from honest employment." "But, Raym...

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. — 10 August 1876

: -it. Ll TJTZ. &iVM kit ' -itA1 VOL. 43. NO. 10, CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST 10. 18TG. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers The Democrat. The most active General now is Gen eral Hurd Times. A. discussion on the "bloody shirt" business took place in the U. 8. Senate this week. Tfib Democracy of Seneca county held their delegate convention at Tiffin, on the 12th, to nominate their county ticket, John II. Putnam has sold the Ohio Statesman to J. F. Linton, the former publisher. Senator Eaton on Tuesday defended the record ot Mr. Hendricks during and after the war. The Republican papers find the admir able letters of Tilden and Hendricks hard fodder for their delicato stomachB. Tue noble red men are beginning to appear at the frontier agencies with arms captured from Custer's men. The entire Adams family of Massa chusetts are now in favor of Tildon, and four years ago were all for Grant. Good pears grow in Plain township this vear. fudging by the specimens that Michael Holtz and Daniel SiEith...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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