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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 September 1876

Political. D. P. ON BOB INGERSOLL. MT. PARNASSUS, Sept. 18, 1876. BRILLIANT BOB. Steps should be taken at an early day to preserve Bob Ingersoll. Likewise should preservation be extended to John Loiran. Ben Eeeleston and Senator Booth Unless something of this sort is done, the day is not distant when the v,oiumoian orator, like the Dodo, will De extinct. I ran ud here for a few days' fishing, and, between bites, have dipped into the political literature which you and kindred prints have so liDerauy given wc pci.ai.c public. I doubt whether we could stand much continuous reading of this sort, know an old fellow in Washington City who reads the Congressional Record, and I regard him with the same curiosity I do the Lightning Calculator, or the man who, for twenty years, attended daily to his business in Cincinnati and went out to Glendale to sleep. They tried to kill that man by telescoping trains, but when they lifted the locomotive from above his mangled remains, to the amazement ne...

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. — 28 September 1876

BANKS. BANK OF Gco.D.Hartcr&Bro In 3tone Banking Honse, East Tusca'awai Street, CANTOtf, OHIO. English and German Spoken. Sank open from 8 A. V, to 8 P. W. amd on Saturday evening from t'A to V4 f- DIAL IN Gold, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought and Sold. Accounts Solicited! Interest Alloieijn Time Deposits, Passage Tickets to and from Europe GBOEOB D HARTER & BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAVINGSDEPOSIT BANK OF Isaac Harter 4 k CANTONOHIO. ALLO WS"a ereat 00 Tlme Depos"9, DTTVQ Commercial Paper and Prommlssory DU Id Nous- LOANS Mo,le 'on aPnrove(1 Per80ual Bocu' DTfVC & c'cTrC .Foreign Exchange DUlb OnLLo Gold and CoupoiiH vrPrtTf A TFC Mnnlelpal, County and JUtbUl lAlLJ" Government Securities DPTTFC The Account of Individuals IltvLM V Ed" on Favorable terms. TD A KC AHTQ AGenerai Banfciug Busl 1 KA fldAlld" on Conservative l'rlncl plos. ISAAC HARTER & SONS. FIRST NATIONAL BAM Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK AH KINDS OF Banking Business Done on...

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. — 28 September 1876

Local News. The Klnlim Comedy Company la at tho Opera Bouse this week. Band L. Pte volition of Upper Sandusky, 0., has been spending a season I" "'is l,la''0' Ul home of his boyhuod. llo returned Tuesday. Sai.hm.-TLo trick stable at Dcllcnbaugh's American Ilotol a burned to the ground on Saturday night IhhU The work of an Incendiary. During the absence ol our happy itatlon agent, McGuIre, who nu at Philadelphia, Joe Broslus, assistant, officiated In the box-ofllce at the dopot Leave have their time to fall, Now In September. Falls hare their time to loavo, In dull Mveuiber. 8. Ashbangh, Auditor, and Martin Kugler and 11 Rudolph, CommNslonersof Tuscarawas coun ty, were In town laut Tuesday, the guests of Audi tor Sourtxck. nsimllv known as a cl .,rt.iiri7ini madu brief visit to the residence of R. B. Hhlelds, Esq., last featurduy night. They aro queer follows. Jack BuckliiR, (no one would know him 11 mentioned as John,) and his brother A. 0. Buck niiitinif ih,.ir nareuts and friends ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 September 1876

SENATOR THURMAN. HIS OPENING SPEECH AT CANTON. SINS OF REPUBLICAN PARTY. TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HONEST GOVERNMENT. [Enquirer's Special Report.] CANTON, OHIO, Sept. 19, 1876. The Democracy of Stark county had a grand meeting to-night, crowding Schaef er's Opera House to the very utmost, on which occasion Senator A. G. Thurman made his first speech for this campaign. The entire day, in fact, was a sort of gala day, iu anticipation of the event, nud brought together a large number of peo ple from the neighboring towns. Mas Billon alone sent in three car-loads, and several of the other towns showed their enthusiasm in proportion. The meeting was by far the largest one that bus been held in this place for years, and in point of enthusiasm was simply immense. The meeting was organized at 7J o'clock, with Judge Raff as chairman ; after which the Nilsson Quartette Club sangaTilden song and the OBnaburg and Louisville bands, which had come with country delegations played stirring pieces of ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 September 1876

A CALUMNY EXPLODED. Gov. Tilden's Income Tax Return in the Year 1862. CHARGES OF FRAUD DISPROVED. An Accurate Statement from the Governor's Law Clerk. THE SWORN RETURN A JUST ONE. A Complete Refutation of the Charges of the Times. To the Public: Tlie New 1'ork Timet, which, for years tirlur to 1S75, had been the eulogist of Governor Ttliien, Immediately nfttr he became a formidable candidate for the Presidency botjan a iwrii of anwuilu upon his private character. At length these aimaulM culminated lu the chaw of making a false statement of his Income of ltKS'i By dim of reiteration and fabricated upccllica tiiins of Items and details, having the semblance of actual accounts, some well-meaning persons wore disturbed. It therefore occurred to me to apply to the Secretary of the Treasury for certi fied copies of the income- returns of Wov. Tilden and or Gov. Hayes, and on the 'id (lay of Septem ber 1 in. de such an application. The copies ap plied for have not been furnished, nor indee...

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. — 5 October 1876

Mxzmm VOL. 43. NO. 20, CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 5, 187G. a. McGregor & sou ruiuhm ltc gjcmoqttt. 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 Sere to Retain fa to Tote! Risk nothing-be at home arid at work by the first of the month, and if YOU but do YOUR duty, Ohio wil speak as she has no spoken for years. Oc tober fire may cook the November goose see that the job is thor ughly done. On the same ticketIIayes and ban! times. Tijb triplets Tilden, Hendricks am! Reform. Votb tbe Democratic ticket if you wan honesty and economy. Jeff. Chandler, of St. Louis brother of old Zach. is out for Tilden and Ilend ricks. General Franz Siqkl in Canton, Mon day eveing. A grand time, and a glori ous final rally. Chandler, Cameron, Morton & Co are the keepers of Hayes now, and will be if be is elected. Let the people con sider. The Ha...

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. — 5 October 1876

HENDRICKS. Speech of Governor Hendricks at Hamilton, O., Sept. 26. A little after one o'clock Jervis liar gltt, Chairman of the Central Coiuinitteej called the meeting to order, and intro duced Colonel L. D. Canipbeli ah 1'reni dent of the Day. Colonel Campbell, af ter a brief speech, Introduced Governor Hendricks, who apnke as follows : My Fkllow-Citizbsh: I dope this af ternoon to be able t inuke my address to yon very brief, and before npeaking on other questions, perhaps in this local ity it is proper that I should refer to a questiou simicwhat confined to the State of Indiana. I speak of the Temperance question, s it lias presented itselt in that State- On the first action of the Legis lature ufter my itiaugnratiou as Govern or, the Legislature nar-sud what was known as the ll.ixter Ji ill, a bill very dis aereeuble to somu purtious of society, a bill which 1 did not approve of in many of its parts, and some ol my friends were dissatisfied when 1 signed il. But, upon a careful ...

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. — 5 October 1876

Political. TEN YEARS AGO. WHAT SITTING BULL MORTON THEN THOUGHT OF THE NEGRO. NEGRO. (Extracts from the Speech of Hon. O. P. Morton, at Richmond, Indiana, Sept. 29th, 1865.) The Colored Man Unfit to Vote. I believe that in the case of 4,000 000 slaves (nut freed from bondage there should be a period of probation and prep aration before they are brought to the exercise of political power. What is their condition? Perhaps not one in five hundred I might say one in a thou sandcan read, and perhaps not one in live hundred is worth $5 in property ol any kind. Can you conceive that a hody of men, white or black, who have been in this condition, and their ancestors before them, are qualified to be immediately lifted from their present state into the full exercise of political power, not only to govern themselves and their neighbors, but to take part in the government of the United States? Can the; be regarded as intelligent and and intelligent voters? The mere state of facts furnishes the ...

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. — 5 October 1876

n - .. . k la flirll uhprt to subscribers at 1 per year; 11 for six months; fifty couU. for three month., Invariably iu adYance. ConR.tsfONDF.NCB, containing Important new aollclled from all part, of the county. V rlter name aud address reo.ulred on every coinmunua lion as a private guarantee of good faith. Businew Cards one dollar per line por year. No card Inserted for less Hum thrco dollars per year. Baslnc. Notices In Item columns, on fifth page Inserted for ten cents per lino each fnseillon If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line, ho notice will be Inserted for less than fifty CiU. Yearly advertisers allowed tho nrlvllego of changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must bo accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to insuro Insertion, niusf be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bates of Ad.-ertising furnlshod'on application. to A. McGREGOR & SON, Canton, Ohio. The Democrat. ESTABLISH...

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. — 5 October 1876

Business Items. . FOX SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, Or exchang op a Slnall farm. No..:il South Wal nut street., tot 83x210, Honso, ' rooms, 21x:!0, 2 story.. EnuuW at No. 81 Boutb' Walnut street, between 8th Md Wh streets. . t : BAM.UEL LITTLK. vRthfE school fin girls. Mrs. J. B.:lm'rle vlllre-oiiWi her private school for girls at fcqr esTdence, number 7V South Market street, on tVnrst Monday In (feptouibcr, proximo. A limited number will be tnlien, and careful at tention gHU tirtmpfirtlng Instruction, and In all jrequltluti t!nnr to wake the young misses thoughUul aud' accomplished.' i i tf - T1 J..' .'. . ANEW WAV 10 BXTRACTlEETII WITHOUT I have lp my jiassessloii aiid am dally nsliig a pew local 'ancaestl etto.bf means of which 1 am cnablel to greatly alleviate tile pain produced by extracting teeth without pultlng the: jutient to sleep or frying the gums. I have beed using It a short time nd my patients thus far reoouimend It highly, kl iublolu a few testimonials: j , J. H.8IDIMLL. May'S,...

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. — 5 October 1876

Political. SIGEL AND PULITZER. THF SPEECHES OF THESES TWO ELOQUENT GERMAN ORATORS. rwt German meeting at Indian apolis on Monday night, General Franx Sigel was the central figure of interest. When General Sigel was introduced he informed the audience that he had not expected to speak in Indianapolis, but that he was glad that he had come, if it were for nothing else out to witness . interest the German element is laicing.in nWinns reform movement. The General told his audience that in New York everything was all right, ana wai the States of Ohio, Michigan, Illinois are rather shaky-that is for the Republican party, as the speaker was informed that Affr,nt Republican State Central Committees are issuing calls day after day after "good speakers, to cnange the people trom Kepuum.u pn,.Wirans. This movement indi I UUl AV- " , , ... ..inirv ramrjaicn. but caies noi on " 1 .w , r-vnlntion of heart and soul on bllli.l ,, .. the part of the people against Radicalism it enters a protest agam...

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. — 5 October 1876

BANKS. B A N K i OF Geo.D,HartcrBrn Id Stone Banking House, F.astTusca iwu Street, . tJANTOVV, OHIO. English and German Spoken. Bank mtenjrom 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. amd on Saturday evening) JromVAtoSM P.M. t DEAL IN Gold, Silver AND Government Bonds American and Foreign Drafts Bought , and Sold. s . ( Accounts Solicited! ' Interest' Allowciji Time Deposits, Passage Tickets to and from Europe GEORGE D. HARTER 4 BRO. ESTABLISHED 1854. SAVINGS DEPOSIT B AN K OF im Barter S to CANimOHIO. ALLOWS-' erest on Tlme Dcpo''118, DTTVQ Commercial Paper and Prommlssory DU 10" Notes- LOANSmmaoneyox Rppro Pereonal Secu' DTTVC S. 'crrrC Foreign Exchange DUIO OHLLJ Gold and Coupons KTTnnTI A TFC Municipal, County and JSLvrUl IAI,J" Government -ecu Hies TVPVt'fn?C The Ancuunta of Individuals IxLiiHil V no" on Favorable terms. TD A RrC AHTC AGenerai Banting BubI- LllAflijAlild" on Conservative Prlncl- ISAAC HARTER & SON. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canton, Ohio, NO. i EAGLE BLOCK ALL KINDS OF Banking Business Do...

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. — 5 October 1876

The Democrat. SEE TO IT. ' let the Democratic Committeeman in each School District see that every Democrat starts to the Polls early and "before he goes himself. ii. Democratic watchwords: Peace and Reform. ' ; ' ,'" m Rpeublican watchwords: Discord and Extravagance. " ' GOV. TILDEN'S REFORM. The New York State taxes in 1874 were J!5,727,482; in I876 they are $8,268,196; reduction, very largely due to Gov. Til tleri,' $7,469,286. ..'".. ' nil V -- .--- '-i. Tilden and Reform, Hayes and Hard Times. Between these the people must choose, .' As a geuerai rule the Republican meet ings are small and soulless, compared to (tUCj large and enttiuniustio Liemocruuc aterings. v , . ;l ,nM T"- ' 1 , v A Rkfobm Democratic House of Con gress compelled the Republican Admin- intration to L'et Rlone with llllhli MILLIONS LESS THAN LAST YEAR Thev investigated and exposed he cor juptious and, thieving iu' hiU places, causing the exposure of Grant's Secretary of War, Gen. W. W. Belknap. Shall the nnrl ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 October 1876

TAFT'S TYRANNY. DO WE LIVE UNDER THE WILL OF A DICTATOR. The Attorney-General's Circular of Instruction Reviewed by George T. Curtis—The Army at the Polls the First Step to Sovereignty. (jeorge Tiekuer '.'urtls ha addruased V&utt tu tii yvog mv Democratic ciub u Attorney Utuv&l Tft' rdarof jMstructiou .to Marshal Ji tualivulb r their government ' U approach- lug urtowi tknttiw, s o" J following extra ty" 01 k-Mer l Mr -'d'rti ! the First Step to Sovereignty. An in accuracy Harmful to Colored Voters. Th Urst OiIuk bl ' w1 ,n th the atakeiueul that "In Ui present ooudlUou of JglJliou the Unlived KtaU ooeupy a poi(iou toward V tfr aud voting bkvU fwHi'l a (he fleetly i V W "v p"' only, or umtX uifJM," Jbi I uiewaiy iuvMiirue, wwl vlx(J I Jjv ttu, ( sou lo be thankful W lb Altorney-jural lor kit blender. Under uo wudiliou of legislation, rightfully interplead by ooualltulioiial provision can the United KUU occupy toward voting and voUw uy protecting potllioM but tJjaU one which ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 October 1876

ROBERSON'S REVENGE! An Official Plunderer Insults the Navy. The Outrageous Conduct of the Man who has been Robbing the Treasury— Every Witness against his Crimes Covered with Indignities. [New York Herald, Hayes' Supporter.] tn tho Ilennblioan campii!n t this lime is the present of Mr. UOUfSOU IH mo urnu and if fwermry Uianuier wouiu nmu President Grant to remove Robeson he would give the party an immense impe tus. If investigation into the affairs of this Department lias no other effect it nerves to relieve all officers of the Navy of any of the odium brought upon the eervie by the Secretary's treachery and mismanagement. For Borne months past there has been a general feeling in the public mind that there was a great dal of COHRUPTION IN TUB NAVY, , but the responsibility for this wai never known until the Naval Committee made its report. During the inventions of Oonurens all the prominent oflkera, from Admiral Vorfer down, have been culled upon to testify as to what frauds or irre...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 October 1876

COLONEL MILTON BARNES. The Republican Crusade Candidate for Secretary of State. Documentary Evidence—Interesting Reading for the Friends of Personal Liberty! The record of Colonel Barnes. Renub lican candidate for Sonretary of State, in connection with the Crusade, which is printed in this pages, is not concocted for electioneering purposes. It is a true and exact copy or tlie proceedings of the meeting held In the town of Cambridge. Guernsey county, where Colonel Barnes resides, as published in the Guernsey Times, a Republican paper friendly to Col, Barnes, and now supporting hiin for the office of Secretary of State, from time ,a lima t V. 1 fill.!- i iaj huio no tucjr uuuurrwu. xuis rouoru has been published in many newspapers of the State during the present campaign and neither the Guornsey Times nor Col. Barnes have ever denied or questioned tia accuracy, it will he seen that Lol Barnes gave the 'Holy Crusade' no falter iag support, but joined 'heart and hand1 in the movement. ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 October 1876

PLATFORM. OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY, ADOPTED AT St. Louis, June 27th, 1876. We, the delegates of the Democratic Cooventionjassembled, do hereby declare the administration of the federal govern ment to be in urgent need of immediate (n,m An hprehv pniniti nnon the no minees of this convention, and of the Democratic party in each state a zealous AXr arA rn.nnprntinn to this end. and do hereby appeal to our fellow citizens of every former political connection iu un Jertaei with us this nrst and most pres ling patriotic dutjr.l : ': s St. Louis, June 27th, 1876. THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, REPUBLICAN SELF GOVERNMENT. iv. nprnnmrv of the whole coun try we do here reaffirm our faith in the permanence ot tne r eaerai union our uc .dinii tn tha rnnstitntion of the United vvuv.i . v ......... -. States, with its amendments, universally accepted as a nnai settlement ui mc iuu t.i.Ui .Vin enoenAercA civil war. and do here record our steadfast confidence id the perpetuity of Republican sell go...

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. — 12 October 1876

Jk . . a". ..: fk'. f 5Hrt , I.'.' E?; . 1,,ji.f- .V : V 7 I .11 T t. m I M m - WV1HI r.3 . 1 ... ISSw, JL. ... . . I 1 . 1 KIKtfl VI A Aw V ' 'P 11 A. - JF . ! , i I.i I i.tl ! I "1l li ' . ':. i mi -liv' .! I ' 1 i ? !' '!,, . i VOL. 43. NO. 21, CANTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 12, 186. A. , UcGRECOR & SON Publishers 7. Circulation ' 2,700. THE OHIO ELECTION. FRANTIC SEARCH FOR A RADICAL MAJORITY The Haze of Despair that Envelopes the Great Defeated—The Official Count Necessary to Decide the Result—The Democracy Jubilant. The State close. Columbus, October ii, 2.50 P. M The State is close. Radicals claim it. We donconcede it. .1 1 ; . JOHN G. THOMPSON. Large Democratic Gains. Columbus, October 11. 12.21 P. M Returns this morning show large Demo cratic gains from localities not reported last night, but it looks as though the Re publican ticket is elected by 1,500 or 2,000 majority. Republicans gain 5 Congressmen. DAILY DISPATCH. Banning, Democrat, Re-Elected. Columbus, October 11, 2.07 P....

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. — 12 October 1876

Political. Political. THE RIGHT KIND OF TALK Horatio Seymour's Speech for Tilden and Reform. Auspicious Opening of the Canvass in Utica—An Immense Meeting in the Opera House—A Stinging Rekuke to Senator Boutwell. Utioa. Si'pt, 20 Tbe Democracy- of t'lici iai vicinity openn, ! tut raJialRn thir'erenirifj'fbf THdWu.M Hendricks a.l reform with the first iwtllv grand r"y . The day wns cloudy an 1 disagree able, but cleared away in the evening, and crowds poured Into the Opera House. A big bonfire blazed, fire works went off, cantufi roared, and there was a torch lL'ht parade, and the city was oue blaze of Democratic enthusiasm. Special trains were run. The Opera House was crowd el before 8 o'clock, and large numbers could not get In. The rally was simply immense. Over 3,000 people were in the hall, and, afier music by the band, Gov fcaytuaur was culled to preside amid tu mult ions aud prolonged applause. He s.ud : I am imuelle 1 hv the deep interest I "ei in the pending oleitfiou to att...

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. — 12 October 1876

Political. Political. HAYES AND THE ALLIANCE. HIS APOLOGISTS FAIL TO REFUTE THE CHARGES. THE CHARGES. Effect of the Republican Candidate's Unmasked Know-Nothingism upon Foreign Voters—Hayes is Driven to the wall on a Question of Manliness and Truth—Opinions of the Press on the Discovery of His Press on the Discovery of His Connection with the Alliance. ITS EFFECT UPON FOREIGNERS. [New York Staats Zeltung.] But whatever Carl Schurz may do, he can now, less than ever, mislead either foreign-horn or native either us to their duty to their country or as to what they may expect from Hayes and the Repub lican party. The diBcovery of Haveii's connection with the American Alliance will not only influence the comparatively small number of foreign-born citizens who hd not yet come to any determina tion or were inclined to vote for Huyes to go over toTilden, or, in any event, not to vote for Hayes, but this will be the case also with many native citizens, who are not dispoeed to encourage poli...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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