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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 24 August 1876

Political. SPEECH OF RANDALL. [Continued from Second page.] dftllOll 01 111 IMC ui". - . Jriitioiw,a.lfi5.077.12i Honne panHed, -1 170 819 5'-' ; Senate Committee reconi ' ; -it u77 on . shiuiih nasHed , I , ti.n law Milnallv enacted, iKwvilWO.' The Army Appropriation art does not show tiuu caicih, . tion which we intended and had reason to hope we hhould obtain ai me ui.r. - . ' . I ..f ..llf I 111 of the aei'Mon, utrauw " - ...i.i 1 i.uoniuH nf the 1 etermi ,11111 llrt irilUUim nil" - . . ...1 - -.. . inn ti lii'i'O a la lion 01 tne fluimii'm ..... . - r - - ,, in the South. The House bill fixed rge the army at -.'2,0(10 soldiers, relative y u vided between the three arms ot the Her er- ice vice, and sought, in aauiuon. io .. ' V... nf ci.rtHlll Ol C Hie COIlllieiin""""" " . i which were deemed disproportionate amf m Hi toohitth. The nuinner oi pamo.... tliexe compensations is in some reapet l'il. ..i.;. ,.,ii,M,ul,lu runili.rillL' it a I OH of :t8 r a.... ... ....... iit with BCL...

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. — 24 August 1876

BANKS. BAN K OF Geo.D,Harter&Bro la Htnuo Banking House, East Tusca' awas Street, CANIOA, OHIO. English and German Spohen. Jlauk aim from 8 A. M. to P. M. amd on .Sanmiiqy amtny' "" to 8 P. M. DKAli IN 6rW, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts nought and Sold. Accounts Solicited! Merest Allowed ji Time Deposits, Ptwaiige Tickots to and from Europe GEORGE I) HARTER & BRO. ESTABLfsHEETT854. SAVINGSDEPOSIT BANK of saac Her i Sons GANTONJ3IIIC). ALLOWS ln 6rcst on Tim0 Depos."s' VTTVQ Commercial Paper aud Prommlssory i u Notes1 LOA NS iiowy on BPi,K,ve(-' pr8("iai 8ecu orrvc St 'c rr r C. For0,Kn lTCimw tSUlO X JLLLO Gold and Coupons lTEVlTJ AT17Q Municipal, County and JiEjUUI IALViO ('ovenimentseeuritlcs WrVlVRS! The Accounts of Individuate 11LiLIj I V tO" on Favorable terms. TD A AiC A PT2 A General Banting Busl- I KALlOAliliJ on Conservative Princi ples. ISAAC HARTER & BON'S. FIRST NATIONAL BAM Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK AH KINDS OK Banking Busines...

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. — 24 August 1876

filden, Hendricks, and Reform! Democratic Meeting AND -A D cij U1U it i I AT UNIONTOWN, n The Democracy of Lake townfihip will meet at Uniontown on the above day for the purpose of organizing a Tilden, Hendricks and Reform Club and Rais ing a Hickory Pole. Maj. Frank Baird Will address the people upon the issues of the day. LET THERE BE A FULL TURN OUT! The Democrat. POLITICAL NOTES. Ex Gov. J. D. Cox has been nominated by the Republicans of the Toledo district, as their candidate for Congress.) Sam Cary has written his letter of ac ceptance on the Peter Cooper ticket. James Patrick Esq. of New Philadelphia is the Democratic candidate for Judge of that district. The only Radical argument left is to howl about the "rebel South" and shake the bloody shirt. Resumption of specie payments must be preceded by resumption of honesty. It is astonishing how very rapidly silver hasn t been going down any ot late. Evansville Courier: Morton said in his speech lasf Friday night that Belknap had ...

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. — 31 August 1876

ill- Mk3 1 - ' VOL. 43. NO. 15, CANTON, OHIO AUGUST 31. 1870. a. McGregor & son mmm 1 1 uJiiaL, ;'iw.tm l; i ii I r it v "w,:. s-. 'n'A!wHti, - , i ', ,t ... avs ATTENTION Third Warders! There will be a meeting at the Engine HouBe, oa Salnrflay Evening Sept 23, 1816, for the purpose of organizing a TILDES & HENDRICKS CLUB. All person In favor cf Reform and opposed to the continuance of the Grant administration are cordially luvited. The Democrat. Circulation 2,600. H0JIA7I0 SEYMOUR NOMINATED. The New York Democratic State Con vention met a t Saratoga yesterday, and in the afternoon session alter adopting the platform? nominated lor Governor by ac clamation Horatio Peymour, after which the Convention adjourned until to-day ( to see if Mr. Seymour would accept. He had telegraphed Mr. Kernan not. to al low hiB name to be used. We sincerely hope Mr. Seymour will consent to run. "A fire in San Francisco on Tuesday night made homeless two hundred fam ilies. Lose half a million. We...

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. — 31 August 1876

Political. WHAT TILDEN HAS DONE. IN BREAKING RINGS. The True History the Downfall of the Tweed and Canal Rings. The Tweed Ring. Ri'inililiciin ni'wspHjwrilmvo soiiRht to create tho iuipresuioii Unit Gov. Tilden did not attack tbe Tammany Ring until its doom was apparent; that he waited lout? enough to make sure that he was not attacking a power mat migniyoi uo- Hirnv him. The truth is exactly tne re of this. It can and will be shown w fi.iv Tilden attacked the Tweed Kiniz while it l.ftd control of all depart merits of the State and City governments, owned both parties in the Legislature, and had a willing or ignorant tool iu tne New York Time, which years afterward published facts which came into its pos session with regard to the Ring, and has since attempted to seize the credit of the destruction of that gigantic conspiracy Its claim is false and impudent. Ihe overthrow of Tweed and the Tweed ring is ilue to .Samuel J. Tilden and Charles O'Connor. In tho first place, it is to be s...

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. — 31 August 1876

Agricultural. LATE ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTS. Professor Wriyhtson, of the Roya Ale riculturnl College itt Cirencester, p.i ves the following results of txieiiine ii(h on in the college farm under his dircc ion the culture of swedes: 1. That poor ltvnd and in poor ion tion derives the greatest benefit from rifloiiil ilroHRincft. 2. That land in high condition 1ms been proved, in ninny cases, to derive little or no benelil from the useofarti ilcial dressings. 3. That land in this neighborhood np- In Ua uuliuliu.l U'itll lllllllHriltH (IrfiH- sings, and the use of heavier dressings is not attended witn. coinmeiiHuruie re sults. 4. That 3 cwt. of ordinary mineral su perphosphate per acre has given the bed economic results during several years' experience extending over hundreds of plots. 5. That guano, nitrate of soda, organic mnii ami pvpn fnrm-vard duncr dimin ish the germinating power of swede seed, and cause a blankinees in the crop when they are brought into contact with ' 0...

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. — 31 August 1876

Tits IHmgchat ts furnished to subscribers at 82 per year; 81 for U montlis; fifty ceuU for three months, invariably In dvftno. (MBREiiiNDBSiit, containing Important news wniiMni from nil nnrn of the county. Writer name an.l a.l.lrt-sH required on every eorninuiilca Hon a a private guaiamee of good faith n, ,.i.,.. rur.l niii dollar ner line per year. No . aid Insetted lor less limn three dollars per year. Business Notices In Hem column", on fifth page, Inserted for ten cents per lino each Inseillon nisem d In reading mutter, twenty cents per line, Io nntli e will be Insetted for less than lllty cents, Yearly advertisers allowed tlio privilege of i haiigiiiK their adverilseine-ts iurterly Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad dlliounl All transient advertisements must be aecompa- nied with the cash, AiivirilM.inpnts. to Insure Instrtlon, mutt be handed In by Wednesday noon. Kates of Ad.-ertlslnglfurnished on application Address all communications to A. McCIRK'iOR it SON, Canton...

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. — 31 August 1876

Business Items. Hoi pen's Bonk Covers furnished free of charge to purchaser of Si hnol Books, at D UK HI A', WRIGHT & BENILEY'S. Kansas Lands, well located, in oxchango for city AM3DKS A MILLER, Real Estate A Ins, Agl's, Ilnrtor's Illock, Cuuloii, WHAT MONEY WILL DO. You can with money buy nt DeForrst, Cleveland Store, Cassimere I'unts for 2, 15, worth l?4,00 NOTICE. All who have razors that may need grinding and general repairing. &c, should take thein to Louie Mousliey'B shaving saloon, No. 2 Cassllly block, East Tuscarawas street. All work warranted. FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT. Or exchange on a small farm, No. 31 South Wal nut street. Lot S3x2M). House, 3 rooms, 21x30, J story. Enquire at No. 31 South Walnut street, between 8th and 9th streets. SAMUEL LITTLE. PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. . Mrs. J. B.Imrie will re open herprlvalo school Tor girls at her residence, number 7U .South Market street, on the ilrst Monday in September, proximo. A limited number will bo taken, and carefu...

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. — 31 August 1876

Political. A LETTER FROM "GALLANT LITTLE MAC." CONTINUED DROWNINGS. Nlw YoitK, Auk. 2U. The following letter of (ienenil McClellim to a frieml in New York uppi'iircJ in the New York papers to-day : COBURG, CANADA, AUG. 16, 1876. My Dkak Silt Your very kind letter ofthelOth has readied me, and I quite concur with you. Deeply impressed hy thejiravitv of the imui'H involved in the approaehinj! Pres idential election, believinn that the honor of the country and the well being of the people depend in no small decree upon the result, I feel compelled to depart from the reterve that has become habit ual to me, and express the earnest con vict ions that press upon me. Under a constitutional government 1ih ffiriiiiitinn of political parties is a nec essary consequence of the diversity of Human minus ana lmeremo. wuuw. tiilistH in their closets may dream of an ideal Republic, all of whose citiaens are perfectly wise, virtuous, arm coiisequem, v iinnnimouR. but Btich a dream can never be reali...

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. — 31 August 1876

BANKS. B AN K -OF- 6eo.D,flarter&Bro in Stone Ranking House, Eart Trwr awas Street, CANTOJV, OHIO. English and German Spohen. Bank an jrom 8 A. MtoiP. M. amilm Saturday etminm from V,U I'. U. DF.Al, IN Gold, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited! Interest Allowefi Time Deposits, Pasaago Tickots to and from Europe GF.ORUE D HARTER & BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAVIGSDEPOSIT BANK (I CANTONOHIO. i4L0W5"In ere8tonTlme Dcp06"8' DTTVC Commercial Paper and Prommlssory rill 10" Notes' LOANS"M"le'jm appr0 Poraonal Socu' BUYS & SELLS-1 Gojif and Coupons nrnnnTI A TFC Mnnlolpal, County and JyHjUl lALEiiJ" GovorninentKecurltlt'S XiVrVlWQ The Account of Individuals Xlil LLlY J-iO on Favorable terms, mn A Hi C A PTC A General Banting Busl IKAJSijALlO on Conservative Princi ples. ISAAC HARTEB & SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK ALI KINDS OF Banking Business Done on Reasonable Terms. DIRECTORS, . AULTMAN, .1AC0...

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. — 31 August 1876

Local News. The Hoconl Methodist eunlay.si;))ool hold a picnic at the lake yesterday, The Merlin Brass Bund ha trade great im provement slece we last heard thnn. The Minnow goes about J.ool picnics and Peking what he may devour. t Thnmas A I'assllly, of Cincinnati, 1b in town vlIiUtTbler and looking to hiB inters here. Herman Eckerl, of south Market street, ftom a horlwual bar last Saturday and broko arm. - Job Abbott and wife left the city on Sunday evening, for a long tour to Canada, New inglaud and the Centennial, Herbruck Bros., the jewelers, have Justrecelvcd b line new burglar proof Bafe from the Dlebold talo and Lock WorkB. ... ...,i..ik wsint nf a comnllmentary vve winuuivuftc . - ticket to the Mahoning County Fair to be held at tanfleld, October 8, 4, una s. The Bt Cloud hotel opened a new register last 6unday morning, and Mayor Braden was the Hist man to enter ma name uiereuu. UioNTOWN.-On Saturday evening last, the la dies gave afesUval lor the benefit of the Band It was ...

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. — 7 September 1876

v n I II . . !N.. J L. A.M. I 4W((V(fW MTU" --ji 1 1 Ik ii ii u ii ii ii ii ni ii ir r, I -ffnff if mi. i r VOL. 43. NO. 1(1, CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 7. 187C. a McGregor ;i; j.i Achtung! GERMAN Democratic Meeting! AT MASSILLON, AT MASSILLON, Tuesday Evening, Sep't 26, HON. JOSEPH PULITZER of St. Louis Will address the citizens of Massillon and vicinity in the German Language on the above date. Mr. Pulitzer was former ly associated with Carl Schurz as editor of the Wetitlkhc Post, St Louis, and is a very eloquent and effective German speaker. TURN OUT AND GIVE HIM A GOOD MEETING. he gemoqnt Circulation - 2,600. An excellent song, entitled "Tilden and Reform," will be found on our 7th page. Greenback Judge Win. D. Kelley, of Philadelphia, is stumping Indiana for Hayes. Crook, at last accounts, was in hot pur suit of Sitting Bull. He was ten days behind, and slowly dropping astern. TfiE Ohio State Fair began on Monday of this week, and has been largely at tended. The exhibit, we learn,...

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. — 7 September 1876

Political. WANTED....REFORM. Speech of Hon. George W. Julian, AT INDIANAPOLIS, AUGUST 26. The National Canvass From the Liberal Standpoint. [EXTRACTS] It cannot be denied that noon after the laHt inauguration, civil Bervice became a more glaring political mockery than ever liefore. The enforcement of the rules framed by the Comininsion was only an occasional event, while their suspension was the order of the day. Governor lloldeu, of North Carolina, who was impeached, convicted and rendered in capable of holding any office, was made 1'untmaster at the capital ot that state, Shame, a brother-in-law of the President, was apjhiinted surveyor of the port of New York, just as if no civil service rules hid ever been beard of. Cramer, anoth er brother in-law, who had disgraced our diplomatic service during the previous Administration, was appointed by the President, and confirmed by the Senate, us naval officer at New Orleans. Broth er-in-law Casey, who had taken on board a government vess...

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. — 7 September 1876

Political. HAYES'S HAUL. A Leaf from the War Record of the Republican Candidate. of the Republican Candidate. That Dead Bounty-Jumper's Missing Money. An Unsuccessful Attempt to Suppress Facts in the case. Special dispatch to the Enquirer. THAT DEAD DESERTER'S MONEY. Columbus, Aug. 22. The political sen Bation of the day, and one that bids fair to last through the rest of the campaign, has just come to light. Readers of the Enquirer will remember' the publication some weeks since of a statement from Chaplain Harper, late of the Thirteenth regiment of West Virginia Volunteers, to the effect that in August, 1864, he re ceived from a deserter, just before he was shot, four hundred dollars in money and two watches which were to be turned over to hia (the deserter's) relatives, and that after the execution had taken place General Hayes, who was in command of the Division of the army, summoned the Chaplain to his quarters and compelled him to give up the money to him. This statement had b...

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. — 7 September 1876

The Democrat Is lumUlied to subscribers at J2 perjear; tl for six mouths; fifty conta for three months, Invariably In advance. Corrkspondencii, containing- Important news solicited from all part, of the county. Writer'! name ami address required on every communica tion an a prlvato guarantee of good faith. Business Cards ono dollar per line per year. No card Inserted lor less thnn three dollars per year, RimiiiKM Notices In Item columns, on fifth pago, r.ir t,,n rints nor line each Inset lion. If iiiMTd In reading matter, twenty cents per lino So notice will be inserted for less than fifty conts, Ytarlv advertisers allowed the prlvllego of changing their advertlseino-'ts quarterly. Double column advertisement !' per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be aceompa. uied with the cash. irU-oriiscmnnts to Insure Insertion, wittsf he banded In by Wednesday noon. Kales of Advertising furnished on application, Address all communications to a. McGregor & son, Canton, Ohi...

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. — 7 September 1876

Business Items. Hoi pen's Book Covers furnished frcoof charge to of School at DURBIN, WRIGHT & BENTLEY'S. WHAT MONEY WILL DO. You can with money bay at DeForest Cleveland Store, Cnssiniere'Paiits fur $2,- 15, worth 4,00 What the Pittsburgh Despatch, of Aug. 27, says editorially of tho B, & 0. R. R the road over which the Odd Fellows open to all excursion for for the Centennial, will make the trip Sept. l'th Within the short time that has transpired since the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company as sumed control of the Pittsburg and Comicllsvllle Hue, a marked change for the better has takoii place In the management of the latter, and It la now safe to say that in all the elements and do tails essential to the successful operation of a first' class railway It will compare favorably not only with the parent line Itself but with any othor of the great railway Hues of the country. The rond may be put down as equal to the br.it, In point of speed, comfort and safety; aud as these ...

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. — 7 September 1876

Political. SPEECH OF HON. GEO. W. JULIAN. [Contiued from second page.] well along in the twelfth year peace. Senator Morton, in common with a number of his brethren, does not know .. 1 ...a..ma ha mill rn down to his rave in the full belief that the "boys r .i o,wi tlm hnvs in irrav" are still flulitirig. At all events he will hug the fond thought to his bosom that the peo pie 01 the north and the people of the tn AaI toward eitch other, now snd hereafter, exucily as they did during the foloouy eoiiuici. uu men I have no controversy. They are iriven over to their madness, and it de 5 ,1 urn- nk all men who love their country and are able to perform the operation of thinking, why the subject of our late war should be .i -1 l.,t Miia cmivaKB? It WHS a bloody and devastating conflict between citizens and States that had lived to- .1, 1., .,n,.o nrwW a. common nag, v.a ..i,mm union hereafter is their manifest destiny. Why should any pat riotic man seek to keep alive its memo ries? Let t...

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. — 7 September 1876

BANKS. "B AN K OF Geo.D,Harter&Bro In Mtie Banking House, KastTusca awm Street, CAN WN, OHIO. English and German Spoken. Hani- men irmn 8 A. M. in SI. H. arm! on Snturdhy ei'cnimjH from 6 " H p- URAL IN AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited! Interest AlloweFi Time' Denosits. Passage Tickets to and from Europe GEOROE D HARTER 4 BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. .SAVK DEPOSIT BAN K OF CANT01U3HIO. A LL0WSmmla erest on llrae Dep0lt8' DrrVC Commercial Paper and Prommlssory JOU I J" Notes' L0ANStloue,on ftppro Personal 8ecu' BUYS & SELLS-rZTJd Collins lrrlTI A TPC Mnnlclpal, County nnd lituUl I A I ZJO" Oovernmentwecurltics DCTPIK'C The Accounts of Individuals JTltLJ-'lf 0" on Favorable terms. TD A AO ATTQ A General Banting Busl 1 IlAVtjAUltJ" on Conservative Princi ples. ISAAC HARTER & 80 NS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK ALL KINDS OF Eanking Business Done on Reasonable Terms. DIRECTORS, V. Atll.TMAN. I-EWIS MILJ.ER, ...

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. — 7 September 1876

Local News. Jot Heed of the bridge shop office had to set 'em up to the boyi last Tuesday. The boy U doing weU' ' The Zeetonia Reporter hangs out Cooper and Cary, though it is eompelled to own that their chances of election aie very Pre caryous. We will probably have more sport on the water ere long. Krault Meyer's card to Sllker reads like busineu, and we hope may bring up a race. Mr and Mrs. J. D, Brown and daughter, Mrs. Ocn'i Mandereon, of Omaha, Neb., are visiting Canton, their former home. Mr. Brown is In rather poor health. Jacob Spraukle'i home, northwest of town, was burglarized on Tuesday night, the burglars bored into a door. They got a watch, but before they coulddo much, Mr. Bprankle discovered them and they ran away. Jhe two men who are laying the East Tuscarawas street pavement of boulders, are fast and finished workmen. They commenced about 0 o'clock Tuesday of last week, and by Saturday evening had a square well paved and packed. Titer were two long sections of trai...

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. — 14 September 1876

to . r.mir f VOL. 43. NO. 17, CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 14.18TG. A MeGREGOR & SON Publishers HON. ALLEN G. THURMAN Will Speak In Sclnd'cr's Opera House IN CANTON ! ON in, 8i. 19. TURN OUT ! The Democrat. The Democrat. Circulation-2,600 Gen. W. H. Ball, of Zanesville, is on the Btump for Tilden and Reform. Senator Thurman and Hon. John W. Heisley will speak in Canton, on TueB day evening next. Tub Stark County Democrat is an ad vocate of Tilden, Hendricks and Reform, and better times. Subscribe without de lay. Governor Haves don't explain his sworn list of values for taxation. It looks bad on the face of it. See the exposure in this paper. William Bell, Jr., is our candidate for Secretary of State, tor re-election. Three weeks from next Tuesday he will be our Centennial Bell, Governor Tilden will hold a levee at the New York State Buildings, on the Centennial grounds, Philadelphia, Sep tember 21st. Ex Judge George Rex, of Wooster, was in our city on Monday, looking better than when...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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