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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 August 1876

Political. THE PRESIDENCY. TEXT OF TILDEN'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE. Exhaustive Review of the Financial Question—A System of Preparation for Resumption Without Fixing a Day. Preferable to a Worthless Promise to Resume on a Certain Day Without a System of Preparation—A Plan to Pay the Debt in Thirty-Eight Years without burdening the People —If Elected, will Aim to Make Great Reforms in Every Branch of the Government. ALBANY, July 31, 1876. To the Chairman of the St. Louis Con vention: When I h:nl the honor to receive the personal delivery of your letter on behalf of the Democratic' National Convention held on the 2Sth of June, at St. Louis, advising nie of my nuiuinutioii aa the candidate of the constituency represent ed by that body for the ollice of Prei-i dent of Hie United StatoI answered that, at my earliest convenience, and in conformity with usage, 1 woulil prepare ' and transmit to you a formal acceptance I now uvail myself of the first inlerva in unavoidable occuj ntionb to ful...

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. — 10 August 1876

Political. TILDEN'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE [Continued from second page.] out preparation would end in a new sns penBion. It would be a fresh calamity, prolific of confusion, dintniHt and distress. NO PROGRESS BEING MADE TOWARD RESUMPTION. The act of Congress of the 14th of July, 1875, enacted that on and after the 1st of January, 1879, the Secretary of the Treasury, shall redeem, in coin, legal tender notes of the United States on pre sentation at the office of the Assistant Treasurer, in the city of New York. It authorizes the Secretary to prepare and provide for such resumption of specie payments by the use of any surplus rev enues not otherwise appropriated, and by issuing, in bis discretion, certain class es of bonds. More than one and a half of four years have passed. Congress and the President have continued ever since to unite in acts which have legislated out of existence every possible surplus ap plicable to this purpose. The coin in the Treasury, claimed to belong to the Gov...

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. — 10 August 1876

f h gemoqnt. ESTABLISHED A. D. I 833 A. McGREGOR, Editor. Democratic National Ticket, , L.W for PRESIDENT SAMUEL J, TILDEN, Of New York. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT THOS, A. HENDRICKS Of Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SECRETARY OK HTATE, WILLIAM BELL, Of Licking County. FOR .tUlKJE 01' Kl'I'RKM R C OlHT, WILLIAM E. FINK, Of Terry County. FOR MEMIIER HOARD flK I'l HI.IO WORKS, II. P. CLOI'IIU, Of Hutler County. I'RESIIIESTIAI. ELECTORS, WILLIAM LANG, Of Seneca County. GRANVILLE W. STOKES Of Warren County. Gen, Hen. Hakkison ru been select ed to succeed Gcdlove Orth as Republi can candidate for Governor of Indiana The repeal of the Resumption Act by the House, and Tilden's letter, are likely to have a powerful influence among in dependent voting people. Governor Tilden fully and distinct ly. represents the principles of reform in administcrine miblic affairs. Can the same be said of Governor Hayes? There are no other men on the earth or under the earth, who can relieve us of all the woe...

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. — 10 August 1876

BUSINESS ITEMS. FOR SALE. At a bargain, a gray mure, single harnesj, ond a "Jenny Llnd" currianc, nearly new, Enquire of John W, Uonry, 40;$ .S'oiilh Cherry Rtruot. J. 0. Palmer mettlil DUt'licss In offering best In grulut at 75 cunts, and common" at 25 cents; Hemps at 10 cents In remnants, You can buy the bt'Bt (lurk limits fit DeForest's for 0 cents mid plttids worth 25 cents for 10 tents, From the Pittsburgh Dispatch of the 3d lust, we clip the tallowing. PITTSBURGH'S GREAT SHOW. In less than two weeks ourirreat Exno- sition opens, and there is every reason to believe that it will be one of the most snsscssful events in the history of the city, With the experience of last year to warn ot mistakes and show wherein mi provements can be made, every thin this season has worked smoothly an expeditiously, and everything this year tends to show that the imposition will in every way be superior to that of last We learn that arrangements have been made with the Pennsylvania Railroad Compa...

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. — 10 August 1876

Poetry. TOM. Yon, Tom's the bent fellow that ever you knew, Just listen to Ihls: When the old mill took Are, and tho flooring fell through, j4nd I with it. helpless, there full In my view, What do you think my eyes saw through the fire, That crept along, crept along ulgntr and ulglioi But Koblu, my baby boy, laughing to see The shining? He mutt have come there after mo, 7bddled alone from the cottge without Any one's mining him. Then, Ith a shout- Ch, how I shouted : "for Heaven's sake, men, Save little Robin !" Ak'iiln, and again They tried, but the nreheldtheinbacklikeawall, could hear them go at It, ami at it, ana can "Never mind, baby, sit still like a mm, We're nomine to irttvouas lost as wo can." Thev could not see him, but I could; he sat SUU on a beam, his little straw but Carefully placed by his side, and his eye Stared at the flame with e baby's surprise, Calm and unconscious, as nearer It crept. The roar o tho lire above must have kept The sound of his mother's voice shri...

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. — 10 August 1876

New Firm. PANIC AT Old Reliable' Grocery! OF Sexauer and Miller Successors to Sexauer and Stump. NOS. 14 and 16 . PUBLIC SQUARE, CANTON, OHIO. WE ARE COFFEES, SUGARS, ER TINES CANNED FRUITS DRIED ER HITS, VEG-ETA.ELES, Teas, Syrujjs, etc. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES A FULL SUPPLY OF BUTTER,EGGS & PRODUCE Always on Hand and sold at Lowest Prices, GIVE US A. CALL ! SEXAUER AND MILLER The Central Hotel of Pittsburg, b$ Smithfield Street, from 2nd to 3rd Avenues, Tho moft centrally located first class House in the to all the depots and all parts of both Cities, Terms, july27-3m ASB. ever made for Eestoring Grey Hair to its original color. It removes Dandruff and stops the Hair falling. It renders the Hair soft, beautiful and vigorous, preserves its luxuriance when abun dant, and restores its Color, Vitality, and Life, when dry, harsh, and decaying. PRICES THE SELLING Pittsburgh, Pa. city. Street cars pass the door every five minutes 82. 30 per day WALSH k ANDERSON, Proprietors. Is the...

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. — 10 August 1876

The Democrat. From Washington. CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN MISSISSIPPI, Majority and Minority Reports Prepared- Majority and Minority Reports Prepared-No Obstruction Placed in the Way of a Colored Voter—The President Severely Criticized—Gov. Ames Prostituted in Office—More Damaging Revelations by Bluford Wilson—Knou Again Exonerated by the Committee. r..w AiiiMist7. The minority of the Committee on Mississippi Aflitiru, .Senators Uayard and McDonald present their views at length. They say, that while writing them they read with sur prise and regret the message of the 1 res dent. July Ulst, transmitting to Congress certain correspondence relating to mur ders lately committed at Hamburg, in which he savs: "Hut recently, a commit tee 01' the Senate visited the State of Mis sisissinpi to take testimony on the sub ect of frauds and violence in elections. Their report has not yet been made pub lic, but I await its forthcoming with a feelinz of confidence that it will fully set tle all I have ...

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. — 17 August 1876

v, M 6 , V - 'J? ill I r li , , r j?tl VOL. 43. NO. 17, CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST IT. 18TG. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers IT 1 IfL r" .Ti, XI ' .... M It UTJ-T art W H IF. 1 . ".., . ' " ,t fo cnwqnt. Circulation - 2,600, The U. S. Semite refused to equalize soldiers' bounties, Editor Watterson, of Louisville, got 7,8(S8 out of 8,433 for Congress. Si'Eakkr Kerr, of Congress, is not ex pected to Burvivo many days. He is at Rock Alum Springs. Youngstown is happy, as the County Commissioners accepted the New Court House, and took possession on Saturday. Tub Democracy of Allegheny county, Pa., have re-nominated Messrs. Hopkins and Cochrane, the present members, for Congress. ( Governor Hendricks is out in a proc lamation, warning the strikers to cease preventing the progress of business on the railways of Indiana. Thh nblfinnil siileiidid letter of Gover nor Tililnn t.hrows Hnves's into theshade, and gives great satisfaction to business men and othersover the country. Grakt and his offlce...

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. — 17 August 1876

Select Story. Select Story. THE SETLER'S ESCAPE. A Tale of the Dark and Bloody Ground. There are iniiny incidents connected with the early settlement of Kentucky that have not as yet been touchod upon by the sketch writer or the novelist, much as has been written of those days ; and the following adventure, which we now give to the reader, is one of those th it have for o long a time lain buried, and now for the first time brought be fore the gaze of the gre.it publij. Among those that regarded them solves as being within the confines of Boonsborongh, though so far from the station that bore the name of its founder as to be almost entirely unprotected by it, was a settler by the name of Dick Turner, He had built bis cabin on the very outskirts of the settlements, and, with his wife and three children, had fur two years lived in peace and quietness, unmolested by the savages that were at all times, in greater or to numbers, abroad on the war path. Their nearest neighbor was hah a mil...

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. — 17 August 1876

Political. General Brinkerhoff at Mansfield. Makrfibld, Ohio, Augunt 8. An im mense crowd greeted General Brinker hoT at Miller's Hull to-night, to listen to his very able argument, giving his realms for supporting Tildem and Hendricks. Hon. M. D. Ilarter, President of the Cluh culled the meeting to order. His speech was well received by the Liberals in this section, and will do great good. In conclusion, Mr. Brinkerhoff said: Thequestions of reform and civil ser vice reform and many others are doubt less important, but the tariff and subsidy questions overshadow them all, and must be settled first,1 in order to make the oth ers possible of solution. Upon, the currency question the Demo. cratic party, as a whole, is thoroughly Bound. Here in Ohio and Indiana a iO' cal madness Iris prevailed, but it was only local, and, as a power for evil, passed away forever. The Democratic party in all its tradi tions is hard-money, while with the Re' publicans the reverse has been the case, The R...

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. — 17 August 1876

ESTABLISHED A. D. I 833. A. McGREGOR, Editor. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT SAMUEL J. TILDEN, Of Hew York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THOS. A.HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SKCKKTAKY OK STATE, WILLIAM BELL, Of Licking County. FORJUDGE OF allrRIMIt COWtT, WILLIAM E. PINK, Of Perry Cuunty. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, U. P, CLOUGH, Of Butler County. .' Pt.RHIDKSTIAI. ELECTORS, WILLIAM LING, Of 8enttc County. ORAXVILLK.W. STOKES, Of Warren County. BlUSTOW ring's, tho' usrain. ouht to see tliat Whisky crushed to earth nmy rise The lute election in Al ibuiiw sei'iires a Deiiiocrutk'sucees.xnrin tlie United States Senate to the carpel-lniiryer Spencer. This is good. GovKuson Tildes has filed an answer in the St. Louis, Torre Haute & Alton Railroad ease, winch is renamed as a complete answer to the malicious charg es against him. The p-iit was undoubt edly brought to have nolitical effect. Bahcock has joined the noble band ot crusaders for Hayes ami Wheele...

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. — 17 August 1876

Business Items. To Columbus and Return for $2 An excurftion party will leave Mas silon at 5 a. ir., August 25, for Columbus, at the very low price of $2.00. This also includes a visit to the Penitentiary. The tickets are good to return the same or next day on any regular truin. Parties desirous of paying a visit to the Capitol city, should not fail to avail themselves of this opportunity. Kansas Lands, well located, in exchange for city properly. AMSDEN 4 MILLER, Real Estate, A Ins. Agt's, Hurler's Block, Canton. SECOND-HEAD SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE CHEAP. Messrs. Meyers Si Bmllh, 41 East Tucarawas street, have on hand a lot of second-hand Mewing Marhlnos of first-class makeH, which they will fell at prlcea ranging from $5.00 to $15.00 each. They also have a full supply of all new first-class machines, which they offer to the public on rea soluble terms. A 400,000 DOLLAR FAILURE. The failure of the Globe Woolen Mills has thrown a large lot of fancy Cassimeres and Kentucky Jeans on t...

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. — 17 August 1876

Political. Political. WHAT GRANTISM COSTS. EXTRAVAGANCE, RED TAPE AND CORRUPTION Where Millions are Squandered Without Benefit to the Country—Official Facts and Figures to be Pondered Over. [Correspondence to the World.] Washington, Jim.y 21 .-No special es- liwnntaa nun irivfl All idea of llie constant ly increusirii burdens of the system of government wtncli exists ner. x..c fitcts must be seen in detail to be under stood and appreciated. With the country poorer than it eer was before and groan ing under the weight of unjust taxes, with Congress making reductions of ex penses for years past in obedience to the demands and necessities of the people, we see the departments and bureaus con tinually increasing their expenditures and continually demanding more money for the not very faithful discharge of very ordinary duties. No reform will amount to anything which does njt go through these nests of red tape and cor ruption with the newest and stiffest kind of broom. Grantism, like a c...

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. — 17 August 1876

BANKS. BANK OF Geo.D.Harter&Bro In Stone Banking House, Kart Tusca: awas Street, CAN VON, OHIO. English and German Spoken. Hunk opnt from A. M.toSF. M. amd on Saturday DKAL IN Gold, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and bold. Accounts Solicited! Inttrest Allowed on Tirae Deposits, Passage Tickets to and from Europe GEORGE D HARTER & BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK ov saac n CANT0NJ3III0. ALL 0 WS--1"01 on Time Dcp6is- UYSCom,mitcM Paper an1 promm,8sory LOANSKonevOD approTOd Pcreonsi1 Beou- DITVC Si, CjrrC Foreign Exchange JJUIJ 06 OLLLO" Gold and Coupons NVPflTI ATVQ Municipal, County and IVLllUl IA1LO" Government Securities PFCFIVF! The Accounts of Individuals JIC KjEdl EiO" on Favorable terms. TD A AiQ A FTQ A General Banting Busl .1 nillJAliliJ-- on Conservative Princi ples. ISAAC HARTER & SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK AH KINDS OF Banking Business: Done on Reasonable Terms. DIRECTORS, . AULTMAN, LEWI...

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. — 17 August 1876

reduced between $30,000,000 and $-10,000,-000. Thin statement of hia had then been regarded bb exagRoration, but events had deraonHtrated its correctness. He regretted to say that in the struggle with the Senate the House had been compelled to increase the uuiotint to the extent of $10,500,000. He hoped and be lieved that in another year the Senate would concur with the House in that re Bard, and he asserted that with a Chief Magistrate acting in harmony with the purpose of the present House, a further reduction could readily be made of $10, ' 000,000. These facts and flguera spoke for themselves, and needed no elabora tion. The majority rested its claim of having earnestly and faithfully discharg ed its duty to the people. It had not re duced expenditures as much as it had expected but the failure to do so was not its Built, He believed that the real, nat ural and permanent way to resumption, of specie payment was a reduction in Government expenditures. Human fore sight could not f...

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. — 24 August 1876

yflr 1 VOL. 43. NO. 14, CANTON, OHIO, AUGUST U 1870. J. McGREGOR & SON Fublkhcrs rj)t gjcmoqnt Circulation - 2,600. Clearly Mr. Cox ought not to have told Mr. Kasson that he lied ; but then if Mr. Kasson did lie .World. The people lo the members of the Democratic Congress : "Well done, thou good and fuithful servants." t.ih Now York Times savs the Repub- linnn Senators have put a formidable weapon into the hands of their enemies by acquitting Belknap. Under a late act of Congress consolida ting Revenue districts, twenty-uuec publican collectors were reureu week. How they weed in sadness. lust The chances are that silver will be come, as it was for twenty-five years, worth more than gold, tnen uie oonu holders will clamor for the payment their bonds in silver. of Tub Alabama election occurred over two weeks ago, and went 4u,uuu uenio -:.. i Thnra Vins not been one "out .i mil-. awv.w , rage" from the mill furnished. What is wrong? Mayor Cobb, of Boston, who was last year elected ...

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. — 24 August 1876

Political. Great Speech by Representative Randall. The Economical Measures of the Democratic House Reviewed. The Wisdom of its Retrenchment Made Clear—The Work Not Yet Finished. Washington, August 14, 1876. Tlie limine met ut 10 o'clock, in on- I i mi tinea of Sutiinlav a session . , Mr. Randall (Pa.) then spoke on the several appropriations as follows ; SPEECH OF MR. RANDALL. Mr. Sneaker, hefore the final adjourn nient of a protracted and laborious ses sion, it is proper to review our action rnnrprnimz appropriations irom ine t uu lie Treasury to carry on the Government f,,r Urn IIsimi vear endiiiE June. laii We were met at the very threshold by the inexorable alternative of reducing cxnendituri's b a just and economical basis, or. bv allowinir appropriations to be made ut the same figures of previous years, with increased taxation j and this hitter it was our plighted laitn an;i soi emu duty to prevent in behalf of the (-rent bodv of the people, borne down oy a heavv loud of taxat...

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. — 24 August 1876

Miscellaneous. TROOPS FOR THE SOUTH. Preparing to Overawe the White Voters Preparing to Overawe the White Voters Order to General Sherman. Wanhinuton, August 10. Hrcretiiry Cameron lias written the following to General Sherman : WAR DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON, Aug. 15, 1876. To Gerwral W. T. Sherman, commanding United States Army: Sir The House of Representatives of the United States, on the 10th iimt., passed the following preamble and reso lutions, viz : Wjikhkak, The riitht of Buirrage pre1 scribed by the constitutions-of tne bov eral Htatt'H is subject to the Fifteenth Amendment of the constitution of the United Stales, which is as follows : AttT. 15, SiC 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not he denied or abridged by any State on ac count of race, color or previous condition, of servitude, Sua 2. That Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate leg islation ; and Whehkas, The right of sulTraife so pre scribed and regulated should be fai...

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. — 24 August 1876

ESTABLISHED A. D. I 833. A. McGREGOR, Editor. Democratic National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT SAMUEL J, TILDEN, Of New York. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THOS. A, HENDRICKS. Of Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM BELL, Of Licking County. FOR Jl'IMIE OF SITREMK COl'RT, WILLIAM E. FINK, Of Perry County. FOR MEMI1ER HOARD OF I'l'BMC WORKS, II. I'.CLOL'GH, Of Hntler County. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, WILLIAM LANG, Of Seneca County. GRANVILLE W. STOKES. Of Warren County. Democratic county Ticket. FOR .HMX1F. C il'RT OK COMMON I'I.EAS, SERAPHIM MEYER. FOB RKCOI1DF.R. T. L. MANLY. FOR ISI-'IRMARY DIRECTOR. ANDREW SIIORB. JACOB H. BAIK. FOR SURVEYOR. JOHN H. HOLL. FOR COMMISSIONER. JOHN POOUMAK. MEETING OF THE STARK CO. DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The new Stark County Democratic Ceil tral Committee will meet on Saturday Kont ,1 ISTti. A full attendance is de Kin-,1 as important business is to be trans acted. The candidates are requested to be present also. WM. DANNEMILLER, Ch'n....

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. — 24 August 1876

Business Items. Kansas Lands, well located, In oxchango for city property. AMSDEN 4 MILLER, Real Estate A In. Agl's, Hartor's Block, Canton, FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, Or exchange on a small farm.' No. 81 South Wal nut street. Lot 83x200. IIouso, 9 rooms, 21x30, 2 story. Enquire at No. 81 South Walnut street, 8th and 9th streets,, SAMUEL LITTLE. NEW BOWLING ALLEY. Canton now liftj something new In the line of sport and amusement, which fully supplies a want long and keoiil felt In the city. Messrs. George Kress and Fred Wenger have completed a duo plane in the basemont of Lip port's block, East Tuscarawas streot. Their place contains two alleys, each 71 feet long by ite feet wide with a ten-foot platform. These alleys are finished in the finest manner and the best workmanship, and everything connected with them Is perfect, and the proprietors cannot fall of success. A neat and well-arranged bar has been fitted up In the adjoining room, and in fact, everything that could bo thought of h...

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