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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 16 November 1876

Tm Democrat It furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; 11 for six months; fifty cents for three mouths, Invariably in advance, i Cobbkhpondknci, containing Important news solicited from all parts of the County, Writer's name and address required on every orainunlca tlon as a private guajaniee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No card inserted for less thnn three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns, on fifth pane Inserted for ton cent per lino each inseition. If Inserted in reading matter, twenty cents per line. to notice will be inserted for lesi than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Changing their advertiscine-ts quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 r cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to lusure Insertion, mud be handed lu by Wednesday noon. Bate of Advertising furnished on application. Address all communications to a. McGregor a son, Canton, Ohio....

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. — 16 November 1876

Business Items. Bkeau 'hickh A'kuuckd at Mrs, A. E. Snlth's few itakvry, Sixteen ten-cent; loaves for $1; of SO seven-rent loaves for 11. fine and common Cakes and Pies at uindorate prices. ... , FINE WORK. , ! JeBsrs Hau'rt& Conkcll, proprietors of the City Marble Woiks. have eroded a large number of fine monuments during the last season: among them, one largo cottage monument for John Mil ler, father of Lewis and Jooob Miller; one for Hen ry Pennock, of Marlboro, the latter an American Granite 8)ilre monument; also a very fine Italian marble monument for Jaoob Gssklns.of New Ber lin, and a large number of other fine monuments In dlflerent parts of Stark and adjoining counties. TAXES. . The Tax-payer's are hereby re spectfully notified that it is not possible to receive all the Taxes during the last few days of Tax. paying. Those who will delay paying till after the 20th of De cember, will have to expect to pay the penalty, or have their Taxes returned delinquent, I therefore a...

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. — 16 November 1876

P S&r Dau'tnt' .fctiitu, .(fib, :8kmt&tg,- jjfi. 16,1816. f Poetry. JAMES HAREBELL'S SONG. O, there tbove, yon heather hill, Where footfa' oomei but rarely. There Is a house they point out (till. Where dwelt the man o' Alrlle. He wore a ooat o' hodden gray, Hli hand was bard wl' labor) Rut itlll be had a harmless way O' ataudln' by hia neighbor. His burly langh made men rejoloe, HI. words the neighbors guided; But little balrulea loved bli voloe ' And in bis au lie ronflded: The word, to-day, that left hi Up, Became a deed to-morrow, Hoot mau, the friendship o' hit grip, Would lift the heart o' sorrow. Be waa na' loud, he waa na' proud, 'He lacked in learnln' aairly And yet ye' pick him frae a crowd, The honest man o' Alrlle. His wealth, It waa na' in his land, It was na' in the city ; A mlnto' honor waa hli hand, Hia heart a mine o' pity He'a dead and gane, this prince o' Fife, Mute Is hia burly laughter, But ah 1 the music o' his life , That bides wl' us lang after, His me...

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. — 16 November 1876

.1 ' tr-1- ZZZ. '.' CARRIAGES! T be Popular and old Established Arm of H.W.WERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET , VEA& TUB M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to neet the demand of .the ap pnmcning DRIVING SEASON With the most Complete anp Elegant line o all description! of Riding V hides ! ever put upon the market In this city, Their Stock embraces all kinds and stylea of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS ! mwtruoted In the most elegant as well aa sub stantial manner, and possesses all the desirable aeaiurce of Durability. EASY RIDING! Aud the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster toe and General Finish. All Work Warranter!. . As this firm are sending wagons to ail parts of uouuuuiry, an conimunicatioiisiwiu te carefully looked after. H. W. WKaT8 CO. uauton way 4 tr ROOFING, Get Durable Roo fs OF IRON AND SLATE. The undersigned is now picpared to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING, On short notice and In good workmanlike man ner, and cheap as the cheapest. I would call the attenti...

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. — 16 November 1876

8 TILDEN UNQUESTIONABLY ELECTED. ' TED. The dispatches this morning folly and absolutely confirm the election of Sum nel J. Tilden by a majority of 43 in Ihe Electoral College, and full 500,000 mjor ity of the popular vote. The table of re turns as they stand thiB morning, are as follows: DEMOCRAT. Alabama 10 Arkansas 6 Connecticut 6 Delaware 3 Florida 4 Georgia. 11 Kentucky 12 Louisiana 8 Maryland 8 Mississippi 8 Missouri 15 New Jersey 9 New York ..35 North Carolina.,.10 South Carolina . .7 Oregon.... 3 Tennessee.... ..12 Texas 8 Virginia 11 WetVirginia....5 Indiana 15 REPUBLICAN Colorado 3 California 6 Illinois 21 Iowa.,.. 11 Kansas. 6 Maine 7 Massachusetts ....13 Michigan 11 Minnesota 5 Nebraska 3 Nevada 3 New IIampshire..5 Pennsylvania 29 Rhode Island.... 4 Vermont 5 Ohio 22 Wisconsin 10 Total. .103 Total 200 Since Saturday morning all the dispat ches that have borne any semblance of reliability have made it more and more certain that Tilden has carried the States of South Carol...

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. — 23 November 1876

1M J, Br- ;! (ft 251 CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 28. 187G. " a. McGregor & son mirs Circulation - 2,700 THE SITUATION. The developments in the three dispu ted -States continue encouiaging for the Democracy. The able representatives in behalf of our cause are nobly looking af ter the legal rights of the Tilden electors, raising points wherever proper to do so, ThiB morning the indications point clear ly to the certainty that the electoral votes of these three States will be count ed as the majority of their people voted for Samuel J, Tilden. The Supreme Court of South Carolina has the whole matter of the count of that State before it, and it shows a determin ation to see that an honest count of the honest votes cast be made. This is all any good citizen asks. In Florida the indications are that Governor Stearns's conspiracy is nipped in the bud, and the courts there have been appealed to, and have issued a vutndamus upon the Returning Board to proceed to business. It is hoped the cour...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 November 1876

hrh gotrntg gtmotral, jxnton, fffoMm, 1876. Political. REPUBLICAN REPLY. The Canvass the Vote of Louisiana—Republican to the Democratic Communication of Tuesday—They Have No Authority to Interfere in Counting of the Just Declaration of the Election Earnestly Desired. ii Nkw Orleans, Nov. 16. Reply of Re publicans to the comiiiuniwuion from Democrats inviting a conference : New Oklkans, Nov. 10th, 1876. Gbntlsmks Tbe majority of the un dersigned to whom your note of the 14th iiist., was addressed, only arrived in this city yesterday evening. We have there fore been unable to reply till this morn ing, and can only regret that your com munication should have been given to the press immediately upon its delivery, and without the possibility of an answer accompanying it. Yuu remark that you are informed that we came at the request of the President, to see that the Board of Cauv.ibers make a fair count of the votes cast, and that we imet and confer in or der that such influence as we poss...

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. — 23 November 1876

ke tnm 0tmn faemotrnt. nttton, gg, f7mro gov. 23, 1S70. SEWING MACHINE TRICK. The Republicans Desert the Ship. The Republicans Desert the Ship. Clerk Woolfley Calls a Meeting of State Officers. Midnight Work at the Custom House. Erasures Made by Unauthorized Persons on the Sabbath. A STRANGE PROCEEDING. [From the New Orleans Picayune Nov 5th.] The last act in the "sewing machine' affidavit outrage has been accomplished The 'result of all the scheming of the Radicals for the pat two weeks was made apparent last night, when several thousand names were stricken from the registration lists by the Stte supervisors of registration. The State supervisors were directed by an order from Mr. Woolfley,' though how be obtained such authority is not explained, Chief United States Supervn sor, to bring' their books to the Custom Rouse at 7.30. This was done and the books were deposited in the private office of United Slates 'Marshal Pitkin. The United ' .States", supervisor, Republican and Democr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 November 1876

to; Mtxrh ounfit mtMntt 'nnton, Qk'MSr jggg, 23 TBI DkmooraT l furnished to subscribe at 12 ' per year, II for si months; fifty eenu for Uiree months, Invariably in advance, OoRRispoNUKNCn. containing important news aollcited from all part of the ooutity. Writer's name and address required on every ooramuulca tion as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per ye- No card inserted for less than three dollars per year. I Business Notices in Item columns, on fifth page lnsertl for ten cents per line each lnsei tion. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cent por Hue. No notice will be inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash. Advertisements, to Insure insertion, mutt be handed In by Wednesdiy noon. Bates of Advertising furnHied on application. Address all commu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 November 1876

Business Items. TAXES. 4 0 The Tax-payers are hereby re spectfiilly notified that it is not possible to receive all the Taxes during the last few days of Tax paying. Those who will delay paying till after the 20th of De cember, will have to expect to pay the penalty,' or have their Taxes returned delinquent; I therefore ask the Tax-payers to come along and pay their Taxes so as to avoid the annoying rush the last few days. GEO. FESSLER, . 1 ; Treasurer.' THE "IRON TRAIL" ' r 8 A aplcy ikatch descriptive of a trip over the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Faa Railroad, the baautlei, scenery and pleasure rcsortl of the Rooky Jfountalnn, by "Nlm Crlnklo," the musical and dramatic critic of the New York World, Hunt free on application, together with the San Juan ChUdt. mapi and times tables of this new and pi'P' ular mute from Kansas City and AtchiRon to Pu cblo, Denver, and all point In Colorada, New Mexico, Arizona and the Han Juan Mines, The finest line of Pullman Hleepcrs on the continent...

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. — 23 November 1876

Miscellaneous. D. P. ON THE SITUATION. D. P. ON THE SITUATION. MAC-A-CHEEK, Nov, 14, 1876. A DANGEROUS ELEMENT. The people of the United States are beginning to recognize the dangerous el ement that exist among us, in the (nape of bayonets that do not think. The PreB Went of the United States, Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy, sends the first on the eve of mi exciting and close election into a State, on the ques tionable request of a Governor, to guard tbe polls and see that order is preserved. Following this comes another military aoove into a State after the election is over, and when the returns are in dis pute, without demand from Governors r LegittlHturer, again to see that order is preserved. , From what source the President gets bis legal authority for this life of the Army in possessing himself of the polls no man pretends to say. It is common I know, for men to sneer at the Consti tution. They sneer at all law which at tempts to limit or cont'ol popular im pulse. The...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 23 November 1876

W Mttk QttotQ momtt imtan, $!(fo, gkwsths, Mot. 23 tb76 , CARRIAGES! T he Popular and old Established firm of RW.WERTS&CO. 'on poflar street, ' HEAR Till It, B. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Art now ready to neet the demand of the ap proacmng DRIVING SEASON With Ihe moit Complete anp Elegant line o , all description of Riding Vehicles! ever put upon the market In thli city. ' Their Stock embraces all klnrls and ttylos of SLNGLB & FAMILY WAGONS ! r' ' r namstructed In 'the mort cloKiint as well as sub stantial manner, and po.wwjes all the desirable features of Durability. EASY RIDING ! And the mnst perfect taste In Painting, Upholster Inland General Flnifh. All Work Warranted. Aa this firm are scndlna; wairnns to all Darts of the country, all commuulcatlonslwlll be carefully looked after. H. W. WKKT8 & CO. Canton ifay 4 tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs IRON AND SLATE. , The undersigned la now picpared to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING. u short not ce and in good workmanlike man...

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. — 23 November 1876

-8 The Democrat. SOLID SENSE. The Louisiana Outrage Not to be Crowded Through. STRONG REPUBLICAN ORGAN PROTESTS IN ADVANCE. The "Bulldozered." Parishes. ' The Absurd Plea of Intimidation Exposed. From the Chicago Tribune [Rep.] If we can get at the difficulty in Louisi ana correctly, the dispute is chiefly over five parishes or counties, and whether the returns of these shall be counted at ail, or, if counted, how they shall be counted. It is alleged that these five parishes had a large registered vote, three fifths or two thirds of which was Republican; but that on election day the greater part of the colored Republicans, being inti midated by the White Liners, ran off and did not vote, while the Confederate re mained and voted. The following fig ures will illustrate the situation, which gives the result of the vote in 1874 as well as in 1876. The 1874 vote was said to be full and fair for both sides. voti in 1871. Dim. ma- , juri'tr in Dim. Hn. 1876 Parifihra. B. Kellivane Ml W. K...

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. — 30 November 1876

,3 "41 : "VOL. 43. NO. 20. CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 30, 1876. A. NeeBECOR & SOS Publishers l X M 117 MI 'te glcmoqat. Circulation - 2,700. THE SITUATION In Florida, as will be seen by our news dispatches, is decidedly favorable for Til den, The latest shows such proof as . must compel the State Board to find for and declare that the Tilden Electors are chosen. Some prominent Republican papers seem already to accept the result. In South Carolina the foul and tyrant hand of President Grant is manifest. United States troops were ordered to Co lumbla to obey the orders of Governor Chamberlain, and were used accordingly The N. Y. Herald has fairly abandoned Grant, and demands his impeachment for trampling upon the Constitution and disregarding the law, thus violating his oatnor office, 'mat able journal gives Wade Hampton high credit for preserv ing peace in South Carolina not Grant and Chamberlain. The New York Evening Post,& Hayes organ, protests against the use of troops in Sout...

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. — 30 November 1876

-y .je claim was notoriously a . n i referred til the asurv an opinion was prepared . ... a. iimt nfflcer demon- :. hut Wore this decision .CllUIIw I ""- . i.. i.i.iiuiui worn withdrawn Ji&'a.tUetlioVape K?a.j. ,,lJl(.,.4 tow was the Indictment of Brooks, fMddy, Saw m Zuw.the Commissioner or Customs, and one or r.ubnrdn.c, yc. from 2 effort ha. been m.de -o brlnR th . I Mr clerk who had told of (ha use Ro'Uy n',,e "ru np PUlon". letter, was discharged soot, alter Brls tow resigned. BRISTOW MWKS ON TUB WHISKY HINO The difficulties he had encountered hsd nw satlstled Secretary Brlstow th.t he cnnld only du pendunon the negative supnort of the Present in hli contests with oM.'lal plunder, and he was only .nre of It when he was fortified oonclu slveproofs. Theroforeherleterralne. th-t the Pre. ident should know nothing or hl oi""" against the Whisky Ring until He h1 obtained fhe Vvlnenoo to prove the ennplraoy and wu ready U -trlke. He rlld not suspect until long after the commencem...

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. — 30 November 1876

IP ffimocrat. unrim, 0f(u, $hm8k& .gov. 00, 187$. Political. Political. BAYONETS IN LOUISIANA. How They Have Been Employed to Uphold Fraud. Precedents for Grant's Illegal Precedents for Grant's Illegal Act---The History of the Infamous Precedents for Grant's Illegal Act---The History of the Infamous Returning Board---How Kellogg Was Counted In Under Cover of United States Guns. In connection with the President's re' cent ordering of troops to Louisiana, let us review the nse heretofore made of the Federal army in that State. The first instance of the illegal emplov ment of the United States forces was in Anrnst, 1871, on the occasion of the meeting of the Republican State Conven tion. The history of this disgraceful af fair is as follows : Henry C. Warmoth, then Governor of the State, was ambi tious of a re-election, although the Con stitntion of the State rendered him ineli gible. The registration and election laws, which had been framed under the direc tion of vVarmoth, made h...

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. — 30 November 1876

1 la furnished to subscribers at 12 1 1 mouths; fifty cent for three ly In advance. NCi, containing important news t .i.utlmrii all oaru of the county. Writer' name and addross required on every enmmuntca lion at a private guaiautoo of good faun... . Riulnnw Cards one dollar per Urn per year. No eard Inserted for less than three dollars per year, I BnslneNa Notices In Item columns, on fifth page inanrtnt for ten cents ner tine each lnseitlon, If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cent" per line No notice will be luwjrtcd for los than (Hly cents. rl advertisers allowed the privilege of banging their advertisements quarterly. Double column advcrtlNemcnta 25 per cent ad dltlonal. All transient advertisements must be aceompa' nied with the cash. Advertisement, to Insure Insertion, mutt be banded In by Wednesday noon. Bate of Advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGRKGOR & HON, Canton, Ohio, g he tmotnl - ESTABLISHED A D. I 83 3 A. McGREGOR, Editor. T...

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. — 30 November 1876

iP iffa'ft fgw tmoctnt, glutton, ShmsiktB.Mov. W M6 i Business Items. TAXES. The Tax-payors are hereby re spectfully notified that Is not possible to receive all the Taxes during the last few days of Tax paying. Those who will delay paying till af er the 20th of De cember, will have to expect to pay the penalty, or have their Taxes returned delinquent. I therefore ask the Tax payers to come along and pay their Taxes so as to avoid the annoying rush the last few days. ' .'. GEO. FESSLER, ' ... ' Treasurer. THE 'l IRON TRAIL" A epicj sketch descriptive of a trip over the Atchison, Topeka. and Santa Fee Railroad, the beauties, scenery anil pleasure resorts of the Kocky lfountajns, by "Ntm Crinkle," the musical and dramatic crltlu of the New York World, Kent free on application, together wlih the ,-an Juan Guide, maps and times tables of this new and pop ular route from Kansas City and Atchison to Pu eblo, Dearer, Hud all points in Colbrada, New Mexico, Arizona arid the Han Juan Minus. ...

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. — 30 November 1876

P $krh gmmfg' Bmttrak Sfcmten, Qfjfo, ffltmrttdi w 30, 1876. Political. PRESIDENTIAL PROBLEM. VIEWS OF CLARKSON N. POTTER ON THE SITUATION. Interning the Popular Verdict-How the Louis ana Returning Board "Count In" a 1'irtlnan Mrnment-Conntlnn the Klectoral Vote Both House to t'onrar and Hmlng the KlKht te Objcct-The Established Preoedcmt Shall Ike House of Representatives Elect the Next Fneldentl It the Editor of the N. Y. Herald: Sir The political situation seems to ite so very grave, and its discussion in any quarters so likely to mislead the public mind, that I ask space in your col mns to present some views upon the wbject. The extremities of the country, the States of the Northeast, Northwest and the Pacific, have adhered to the Repub lican party, but with the great body of the country this is otherwise. Of the twenty-three States that lie together 8jnth of the lakes, containing thirty mil lions of people, only three (Pennsylva nia, Ohio and Illinois), have shown any taire to ...

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. — 30 November 1876

TliV ttrJ aj ... iirMMiit!! in i-l-.)!.!..,,......!. -a, c j , , , , , i.rnlili.inii.r. .: ,-,;., : , VillvlWAV'-fc'U. I CARRIAGES! The Popular and old Established firm of EW. AVERTS 6 CO ON POPLAR STREET KBAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Are mow ready to meet the demand of ,Uie ap proacning DRIVING SEASON ! . With the most Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of Riding Vehicles ! everput upon the market in this olty, Tliolr Stock embrace all kinds and styles ot SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS ! tonstrnoted In the most elegant aa well a sub stantial manner, and possesses all the desirable features of Durability. EASY' RIDING! And the moat perfect taste In Painting, Upholster ing and General Finish. All Work Warranted. , Aa this firm aro sending wagons to all parts of toe country, au communications win ne careiuuy looked after. H. W. WKKTB i CO. Oanton Afay4tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs OF IRON AND SLATE: The undersigned 1b now prepared to put on TIS, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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