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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 14 September 1876

Political. THE IMMACULATE MR HAYES. Great Excitement at His Home—His Party Great Excitement at His Home—His Party and Personal Friends Look at the Sworn and Official Records and Give up His Case. (Chicago Times, Ind.) EXTRAORDINARY EXCITEMENT. KkKiioNT. 0.. Sont. 4 home of Governor Hayes, litis been the scene of extraordinary excitement to-day On S.iturJiiy evening it became noisei .i.mu,l t. tlie resorts where the oliti tiuiis most do contrite that your cor font had unourthel so no u.im i.MtiL- fuels in connection with the lie T.nhliran candidate's iiUfonul property returns, nnti the war horses were on the ;, to discover their nature, me Sabbath interveiiinj? gave the folks but little opportunity either to look into or TALK OVliUTllK IHTTKK, l,t with the earliest hour this morning , ut .liii.-i,nn were astir and K e n-nrt-house in inU-r.,i.U-.a S-K Kv,rybo,ly wanted to seethe i, i loin-i' ves, una i"" wl rh.heunreturned morses are re wu, , ' ...i ,i. nfllKMissessorin whic! Tl n in....

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. — 14 September 1876

Political. THE HENDRICKS RECEPTION. Speech of the Democratic Candidate for Vice President at Shelbyville, Indiana. A Conservative Address to Intelligent Voters. My Fki.low Citizhnh I liml not ex pouted to niklresH you in tho present po liticiil contest, but have yielded to the urgent request of friends, and will make this und 11 lew other addresses to the people : In a reeen speech Governor Morton said: "In nucha ciiniiiiiiir.il, with slande 8 the chief w eapon, ItepublicaiSH must be excused ll tlx y speak plainly ot the no litical character, history and purpose of tneir antagonists. " At the close ot that fcpeech there remained no question that "llie, campaign," so far as ho could give it character, was correctly described as one of slander. No man of intelligent observation lias lulled to see that mis' representation of tho motives of Demo crats is the policy of the press and speak ers of the Republican parly. They charge onduct, attribute motives and impute sentiments anil opinio...

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. — 14 September 1876

Tin Democrat la furnished to subscribers at 12 poriyoar; f 1 for tlx 'months; fifty cents for three months. Invariably In advance. Corrkspondknch, Containing Important news ollcltod from ell parts of the county. Writer's name and address required on every oomrauulca Hon m a private guai aniee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No card Inserted for lens than throe dollars per yoar. Business Notices In Item columns, on fifth page, inserted for ten cents per Hue each Inset lion. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the prlvllego of changing their advertlseme-ts quarterly. Double column advertisements 2T per cent ad dttlonal. All transient advertisements must be accompa 11 led with the cash. Advertisement, to Insure insertion, mtisf be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bates of Advertising furnished on application ' Address all communications to A. McURKUOR & SON, Ca...

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. — 14 September 1876

Business Items. Wantbti. Tn trnilo n spennil luinil pn line. 35 horse nower. cood as new. fur building lmnhrr. Inquire nf w . u, men Anns, m. i,nerry ni. HOMELESS SLATES, See the new Noiseless Slates and Bll the other new IIiIiikh fur (lie schoolroom cheap, and liny everything you need fur the schools, ami youf school hooks nicely covered without extra charge all lowest of l prices WM. D. PERKINS & CO., Corner Maiket and Seventh sts., Wholosale and Itetnil Booksellers and Stationers aug!ll-2t A NEW WAY 70 EXTRACT 7 EETH WITHOUT PA IS. I have In my possession and am dally using a now local aneacstt ellc, by means ol which I am enabled to greatly alleviate the pain produced by extracting teeth without putting the patient to sleep or freezing the gums, I have been using It a short time and my patients thus lar rocommend it highly. I subjoin a few testimonials : J. II, SIDDALL. May C I have Just had a very large tooth ex tracted by Dr. Nlddall's new method, and scarcely knew it was ...

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. — 14 September 1876

THE HENDRICKS RECEPTION. [Continued from third page.] mity. lie will pftss away as I will, and as wo will all puss away, but the priiici plea we contend for will endure forever. FGreut applause. Governor Tilden, in lis letter of acceptance, says more in a incle eentence than all the bpeeches that Morton has ever made, and that sent ence is this: ''Governments, like the people, must live within their pb foheers and erica of "That's bo " With a view to prejudicing the people at Leb anon when 1 was not present, Governor Morton told them, as reported in the pa pers, that I was in sympathy with a trea aonaltleornaniswtiou, understanding their motives and their purposes during the war. A. voice, "It is a lie." Laughter and applause. I am much obliged to my friends for furnishing the only an swer that can be iveu to it. It is a he. Great upplause.l , , ' . There is one resolution in the plat form adopted at Chicago, in 18U4, that has been the tuil'jVct of ureal misi'on Btrutlion. It has be...

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. — 14 September 1876

BANKS. BANK OF Geo.D.Harter&Bro In Stono HankliiR House, Eist Tusca awfui Street, English and German Spoken. XiwkoBmjrom 8 A. M. tn 8 1. M amd on Saturday cmUugs from to Wt p. U. , DKAI. IN Gold, Stiver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and Mid. Accounts Solicited! Interest Allowed jn Time Deposits, Passage Tickots to and from Europe GEORGE D BARTER A BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAflGSDEPOSIT BANK OF (11 CANTONOIirO. A LL 0 WS--1,1 erc9t " Tlme Dcpc''s- jyygCornmerclal Paper and Prommlssory LOANS' M'movon aPPr0Te(l Personal Secu- P17VC Jlr 'cFT" T C Foreign Exchange DUlJ Co OELLJ" Oold and Coupons ATVrnTI A TJ7C Municipal, County and llCUUl IRLEO Government Securities P TFTPC The Accounts of Individuals JiVi I V J" on Favorable terms. TD AfaC A PTC A General Banting Busl AtxAViijAliltJ on Conservative Prlnol- isaa'c HARTER & SONS. FIRST MAHAL BAM Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK AL7, KINDS OF Banking Business Bono on Reasonable Terms. dire"ctors, c. aultmav. ...

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. — 14 September 1876

CANTON RETAIL MARKET. [CORRECTED BY SEXAUER & STUMP.] DEMOCRAT OFFICE, Canton. Ohio, Sept. 14, 1876. The following will be found correct quotations thi. day ofthe Vail price to consumer, of the articles mimed : DRY GROCERIES. Cut Loaf Sugar f M 14 14 VM U 10 Crushed " Granulated " 1 A Sugar " Kx. 0. Sugar " C. " " New Orleaus tugar y nw, " JHU1TU SYRUPS. Perfect Drip, V 8al Good " " Common" " X, 0. Molasses " .. 11 00 80 66 75 VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. .He 3 Onions, t btwh OrangeB f dor CabbHge, head Pickles, UiO Apples, bush ' Turnips " Potatoes " new Apples, dried, lb Peaches " un pared, 9i " " pared " Cherries " French Currants lh Cranberries, per quart Jersey sweet potatoes, per peck KaiMiis, per in Prunes, Turkish, f m Frencn. Grapes, lb Tomatoes Beans JllderuerrieR Plums, per quart 60 W ... 6(ffll0 "40 ... 85(3.36 n0 ... 408 12 15 8 12 16 0 ... WJO lb for -&a : ft 8 40 4 10 FREH AND SALT FISH. White Fish per U bbl " per '4 bhl perisbbl tfi 50 3 50 1 00 [Pickerel. Full Wei...

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. — 21 September 1876

VOL. 43. NO. 18, CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 2U87G. a. McGregor & so iimiers h gettwqat. Circulation - 2,600, DEMOCRATS Be at your proper vot ing place, RAIN or SHINE, on the SECOND TUESDAY of October, 1876, Bear this in mind, and should you contemplate doing the Centennial or going elsewhere, Be Sire to Eetnrn in time to Vote ! Risk nothing-he at home and at work by the first of the month, and if YOU but do YOUR duty, Ohio will speak as she has not spoken for years. Oc tober fire may cook the November goose see that the job is thor oughly done. Judge Lang, of Tiffin, had a fine meet ing at Mansfield, Thursday evening, last wetk. M. D. Ilarter preHided. Ex-OovEiiNoii Austin Blair, of Michi gan, in making speeches in Indiana in behalf of Tilden. Tildes paid an income tax in 180203 on over $7,000, and Rutherford B. Hayes it is said, did not pay an income tax at all. It is said Chandler proposes to send twelve Major-Generals down South to make Republican speeches. Why Major Generals ? ...

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. — 21 September 1876

Political. AN OPEN LETTER, therefore the general court, bv uolem nrrWutl them to be balllHllf nf ,10,1th. BiiniBlimont. you will not fail to nntiVe. was in itself equivalent toalinporinu death, it the parties were poor mid" feeble; tor it meant murmy uri .'.:.. iv,om into the wihlerneai to starve f..,l,iiiuroramlPoUl. Sonthwick mul his if.. wnt out and died very soon. I!'it that was not all. Thin unfortunate pair had two children, (I).micl and Provide. who having liealtnvconsiiiuuuiia, wnu l.rii.lr 11 pool nrice in the slave market. ii. ,.l,il,lrn were t iken from the par ent and ordered to be sold in the West Indies. It happened, However, mere was not a shipmaster in nny port of the colony who would consent to become the f timir ernortation and sale. The authorities, beiiiR thus baulked in their views of the main ciiance, were i.iin to lie satisfied in another way; they ordered the airl to be whipped, Bhe was lastie.i .....iinai in mmoiinv with several other Quaker ladies, and then...

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. — 21 September 1876

Political. AN OPEN LETTER. [Continued from 2nd page.] the eighth commandment wits TTit.11 ilia , rn Kquo 'fitiopniipnt iv made ours tl lie Aftrvimtniit on v Aril limnt. Oil this side oftJon ilnnlinnnlll IWluinH Villi Will HrtV til 18 Id mere general assertion. But I am ready to maintain the trntn 01 u ubuhibi uu op poBera. You may take the rotteneat mon archy in Europe, go over its history for a hundred years, and produce the worst act you can find of fraudulent spoliation of its people ; and if I do not show some thing worse committed here under the Wlt'K " ansptcos of the party now in power -will niva tin f hfl PHHR. ill I urn speaking of the government of the officials who rule us for their pleas ure, and plunder us for their personal profit and it is no answer to quote Mr. Lord's speech before the Senate on the trial of Belknap. His eulogy was on the virtue and intelligence of the people, and he argued from that the duty of their servants to behave with integrity. He certainly d...

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. — 21 September 1876

Tin Democrat U furnished to wbnorlberi at 12 periyear, 1 for ! months; fifty oouu for throe uioutlu. Invariably In arWanoe. Corbkkpondbnck, ootitalnlng Important new. ,,...... an mru of the couuly. Wrlteri BOlICllt'U HUM n '. - name and address required on overy communlca. tlou an a private Kuaranioo of gooa raun. .. p.,j. mm rtnllar ir line per year. No nunim-a vm" curd Inserted for lean tlron three dollars per year. . nLi..no lcmir-es in Item columns, on fifth pno, Inserted for ten cents per lino each Iiihui lion. If Inserted In reacllin? matter, twenty cent n.-r i.uc, No notice will be Insortotl for less than fifty cents, .i..nriitr .Unwed the privilege of 1 early - cUaniilug their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 2S per cent ad dillonal. All transient advertisements must be accoinpa uied with the cash. Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, '.mutt be handed In by Wednesday uoon. Batosof Advertising furnlslied'ou application Address all communications to A. Mc...

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. — 21 September 1876

Business Items. Undershirts and Dawers for a more trifle at the Star Clothing Houso. ... IRON CITY COLLEGE. ' We always take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to this popular business College. For upwards of twenty years it has been 'the lead; ing Institution of the kind in tho United Slates, and second to none of the kind In existence. Young men doslrous of preparing themselves for active lire should not fall to make themselves ac quainted with Its powerful merits. FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, Or exchange on a small farm. No. 31 South Wal nut street. Lot 83x2flO. House, 9 rooms, 21x30, 2 story. Enquire at No. 31 South Walnut street, betweon 8th and 9th streets. SAMUEL LITTLE. Fnir Skirts are retailed at DeForest's Cleveland Store for 50 cents. PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Mrs. J. B. Imrle will re-open herprlvate school for girls at her residence, number 79 South Market street, on the first Monday in Soptembor, proximo. A limited number will be taken, and careful at tention g...

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. — 21 September 1876

Miscellaneous. GREAT ISSUES ARE HONESTY AND ECONOMY IN OFFICE. These are the great and leading issues nen.liniT camoaien, and oversha dow all others, and are best set forth by the subjoined extracts from the bt. Louis platform and the letters of acceptance by Tilden and Hendricks. REFORM IS NECESSARY. [St. Louis Platform.] .rn,m ic rBf:irv to rebuild and es tablish in the hearts of the whole people in thr Union, eleven years ago happily rescued from the danger of a secession of States, but now to be savec iiom. . ,..,nimiicm which, after inflict ine upon ten States the rapacity of carpet v .r..n;c tm: honevcombed the of1 fices of the Federal government itself with incapacity, waste ana iraua; iniect ed State and municipalities with the con d locked fast thi prosperity of an industrious people in the paralysis ot haru.umes. IS NECESSARY. St. Louis Platform. Eeform is necessary public expense, federal, aiare aim muni cipal Our Federal taxation has swollen from $60,000,000 gold, in i86...

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. — 21 September 1876

BANKS. BANK OF Geo.D.Harter&Bro In Stono Banking House, East Tuscaawas Street, CAN lUN, OHIO. English and German Spoken. llankovenjrom 8 A. it. to 8. it. amd on Saturday evcnlvijt from ; to h 1. M. DEAL IN Gold, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited! Interest Allowcuji Time Deposits. Passage Tickots to and from Europe GEORGE D HARTER & BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAVIGSDEPOSIT BANK OF Isaac Ilarto 4 k CANTON, OHIO. ALLO WS1" erMt on Tlm0 Deposl,s' J5j7K5"Commcrclal FaptBnd PrommIssory LOANS0"00 approvcd Pcr8op&1 8ecu" BUYS & SELLS-tgTJ Coupons IZTfT1 A TVQ Municipal, County and ntbUl I ALL J" Govornmentecu'ltles DVrVlWQ The Accounts of Individuals JLj lElr XJD"" on 1'avnrable terms, inn jiC A PTC A Genera. Banting BubI 1 HA IV O A 1 1 0 " on Conservative Princi ples. ISAAC HARTER & SONS. FIRST NA (ION AL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK ALL KINDS OF Banking Business Done on Reasonable Terms. DIRECTOES, C AIH.TM...

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. — 21 September 1876

Local News. Read Hnry R. Rohrer'i advertisement iu this Issue, headed "Farm For Bale." When Saturday comes round, don't (all to give the Yankee cheese man a tall. Judge Woodberry, of Jefferson, Ashtabulacottn ty, Is in the city silting on the District court toench, Little Georgey daughter of Dr. Lewis Slusscr, was thrown from a swing last week one day, frac turing a limb. Captain Craig's militia company is drilling al most constantly, and will soon appear in their new uniforms. .. That pest to farmers, the chicken cholera, quite prevalent in thls.county. it proves miai nearly every case. in C. B. I'ettlnglll, U. 6. Revenue Collector for the Northern District of Ohio was in the lily last Monday and Tuesday. A considerable amount of local matter which WaaUlt over last week, appears to-day, having been crowded out, Messrs. Kelly and Jones, of Pittsburgh, were awarded the conduct lor heating our county Jail and court house with steam. E. Ernst has raised and icpaircd and Improved hi liv...

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. — 28 September 1876

. : -si ; 'JT3" VOL. 43. NO. 19. CANTON, OHIO, SEPT BRIBER 28.1876. A. McGREGOR & it A hlliihcrs in. hc gemoqat. Circulation - 2,700. DEMOCRATS Be at your proper vot ing place, RAIN or SHINE, on the SECOND TUESDAY of October, 1876. Bear this in mind, and should you contemplate doing the Centennial or going elsewhere, Be Sure to Eeturn in time to Vote ! Risk nothing-be at home and at work by the first of the month, and if YOU but do YOUR duty, Ohio will speak as she has not spoken for years. Oc tober fire may cook the November goose see that the job is thor oughly done. Tdahks To our Fair managers for a couple of complimentary tickets duly re ceived. Judge Black epigrammatically Bays that Rutherford Birchard Hayes is "a man of tried subserviency.',' Ir Tweed returns to New York in time, he will be pressed and promised final re lease by the Republicans, to implicate Tilden, whom ho cordially hates. Let every Democrat and friend of Re form he at home, bo as to attend the Polls bu T...

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. — 28 September 1876

Political. Political. STOLEN ! Political. STOLEN ! $100,000,000.00 A YEAR !! Radical Corruption Proved by Republican Authority. Our radical friends anBiire us that there is no need of leform in the administra tion of the Government ; that the gov ernment never was purer than at the present time. We now lay before our readers a state ment of a Rieantic fraud without a par allel in the history of the world a' long continued career of fraud and corruption of so bold and flagrant a character that it would be impossible to credit it. Did not the report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue to Congress establish it beyond the existence of a doubt. What we have to say of this matter we take from the Commissioner's report last December, (pages 142 and 143). We allude to the frauds of the whisky rinra. In 1860, according to the census re-' norts there were manufactured Jw.OUlV 000 gallons of liquors, and the report of the Commissioner (page 14J) snows that in 1863 there was tax collected o...

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. — 28 September 1876

Political. AN OPEN LETTER TO COLONEL R. G. INGERSOLL OF ILLINOIS. My Dear Colonel : I heard your speech or at least some part of it, last night, and was delighted indeed, but as honest dif ference of opinion seems to me a Repub lican privelige, you will, I hope, permit me to make a few remarks. It would not do to draw a dividing line between the North and South there is only one American people and one American his tory nor was the great war of rebellion, in all its terrible features, any thing else but an American war, a civil war, a war between Americans, the people of one soil and one country. It will not do, my dear Colonel, to go back to the Fugitive Slave Law and prove that Americans were the greatest rascals on earth, unless you go further back, and prove thatAmer- icans, who burned men and women, ex- ilent Roger Williams and Hutchinson, and enacted the Blue Laws, were the greatest savages and hypocrites on the globe. It will not do my dear Colonel, to accuse the people of th...

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. — 28 September 1876

i ' Thb Democrat Is furnished to subscribers at (2 per year; $1 fur six mouths; Bfty coots for three months, Invariably In advance. CoRRKsroNDKNCs, contalulug Important nows solicited from all parts of the couuty. Writer's name and address required on every communica tion as a private guarantee of good faith. Busluoss Cards one dollar per line per year. No card Inserted for less than three dollars per year. "' Business Notices In Item columnB, on fifth page, Inserted for ton cents per line each lnBeitlon. If Inserted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. So notice will be Inserted for le.is thau fifty ceuts. Yearly advertisers allowed th), privilege of Chauglng their advertlseme-ito quarterly. ' Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad ditional. , . All transient advertisement! must be accompa nied with the cash, 1 Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, must be handed In by Wednesday noon. Batus of Advertising .furnlnhed'Ton application. Address all communications to A. McGREGO...

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. — 28 September 1876

Business Items. FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, Or exchange on a small farm. No. 81 South Wal nut street. Lot 83x200. House, 9 rooms, 21x50, 2 story. Enquire at No. 31 South Walnut street, between 8th and oth streets. SAMUEL LITTLE. 0. PALMER Has Just returned from the Eastern markets where he purchased one of tho largest and flnest tocltsof fall and winter household goods ever brought to Ohio. This stock Includes Carpet, Bugs, Comforts, Counterpane, Curtains, Oil Cloths, and In fact everything In the line of house furnishing goods, This House, No. 80 Bouth Market street stands aloueand unrivalled In this section of Ohio, making the one lino of trade a specialty, and dabbling In no oihcr. Therefore tholr goods can be seld cheap r. Call and see. Fklt Skirts are retailed at DeForest's Cleveland Store for 50 cents. PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Mrs. J. B. Imrlo will re open herprlvatc school for girls at her residence, number 7'J South Market street, on the first Monday In September, proximo. A li...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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