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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 30 November 1876

The Democrat. FLORIDA O. K. if) Day Dawns at Last. BAKED COUNTY HEARD FROM The Tilden Electors Have a Clear Majority in the State, [Special to the Post.] Taixahasskb, Fla., November 29-o-sn a M fprtifij-H nnnies of the re ferns of the vote of all the precinrtH ol . i . i i a mi i .1 Baker county snow inai me inuoi WoMm hava OR miiinritv in that couiltv Sxcliisive, therefore, of all questions of fraud tile Tilden Electors nave a uier majority in the State on the face of tho returns. Signed Georgb W, Biddlb, Samuel U. Thompson, G. W. Guthrie, D. W, Skllkrs. THE VERY LATEST FLORIDA'S VOTE. Proceedings of the State Board. Tallahassee, Nov. 29. The Board of canvassers met at ten o'clock, when Alachua county was called. The Dem ocrats introduced objections to Archer precinct in Alachua, reciting that the re turn from that precinct had been raised 219 votes over the true poll cast. They supported their claim by affidavits, one from Mr. Fleming, who swore he had stood at the door and took t...

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 December 1876

"r TV 1 , 1 i i ..: mum mmrm iia j. . -MivivP; j n ii ii ii ii ii ii m m b . Tfl' fcV ' ''Tl U K 1 BMW II U II 1 MM W I Kfl ARM H'fl vui 1 1 ii ir x ii it ii ii Ki ii r f : y- ii . ii ii l iv iiy ii. iv ti VOL. 43. NO. 27, CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 7, 1876. A. McGREGOE & SON Publishers.. And the Lord called Samuel Thb attempted fraud of the De Soto pariah return was a failure of Wells & Co. Villainy oftentimes overreaches it self. The package with the returns was carefully sealed had been received by mail, was postmarked Nov. 14th, and marked as having been received at the New Orleans Poet-office, Nov. 18th. The Returning Board opened the package Nov. 25th, and when opened was found to contain an affidavit of intimidation sworn to in New Orleans Nov. 25th the same day it was opened. Before open in? the package the Board called the at tention of the Republican and Democrat ic committees present to its condition. It was nicely and well sealed, and bore no evidence of having been ...

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 December 1876

Political. Political. SOUTH CAROLINA. Gen. Ruger Brings Matters to a Crisis. TWO LEGISLATURES HOLD A PEACEABLE SESSION TOGETHER IN THE LEGISLATIVE HALL-THE GEN. NOTIFIES THEM THAT THE DEMOCRATIC MEMBERS FROM NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THEIR SEATS TO-MORROW-THE REPLY. Democratic! house took peaceable posse eion of the State Lmwlutive Mull at tliei reciilar honr of conveninc, eleven o'clock this ninminjf. The Republican Houce entered the hall at noon, the regular hour of meotiiiit... Both Speakers are on ihe stand. Wallace (Dem.) is in the Chair and Mtickey (Rep.) at the Clet k'i desk. A debate is progressing; Republi can members, Hamilton and Meyers, de nonnce the action of the Republican House as illegal and micoiiHtilutiona Everything is peaceable and good tern per prevails. No person is allowed in the hall except members. The Utmost Good Humor Prevails. 3 F, M. The ttituution is but little chanced at the State House., Good hu mor is manifested on both sides. Some cflorts are being m...

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 December 1876

Political. THE REPUBLIGAN PARTY SITS FOR ITS PORTRAIT. WHICH IS PAINTED BY ONE OF THE BRETHREN. A Nevertobe-Forgotten Picture. [From Nation (Hayes organ) of the 23d.] j 5 I V We write again in uncertainty aa to the . result of the election, but in the belief that dq matter, who is elected the sceptre has passed away from the Republican party, most likely forever. Whatever .work there ia left for the party to do can hardly be done by as it now is. There will have to be much reoflkeringand re organizing before it can again leave its mark on national legislations If Hayes has been elected, and proves the Presl . dent he has promised to be, he will not be supported by the party as it stands to-day If he proves the President that some fear he may be that is, the minister of the group who have managed General Grant's administration both be and the party will totally disappear from the political arena in 1880. We do not need again to go over all the agencies which, in our opinion, have bro...

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 December 1876

Th Dikooiut 1 furnlihed to ubcrlberi t $2 pr yew II for ilx moiuh; any cent for three ttonuu, invariably In dvuce. CoRRBpaNDNC, containing important newt elicited from all part of the county. Writer'! same and addrom required on every oommuulca Uon aa a private guaramoe of good faith. tii,.iniui rurfli one dollar per line per year. No oard inaerted for leas than three dollar per year. I Busiuesi Notlcei in Item columns, on fifth page, inurfui far tm rent ner line each lnieitlon. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line, Bo notice will be Inserted for lem than fifty centi. viriir Livflrtlnen allowed the privilege of changing their advert luemete quarterly. Double column advertlBemeuU 25 per oent ad ditlonal. All tranlent advertisement! must be aceompi nled with the cash. Advertisement!, to 'insure insertion, murt be handed in by Wednesday noon. Batee of Advertising furnished on application Addrens all communications to a. McGregor son, Canton, Ohio. lw gjemaqnt. ESTABLISH...

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 December 1876

Business Items. , TAXES.., ' i v . The Tax-payers are hereby ret 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 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. : Ar.L Tarletlea o; ther Strips at Palmer1!, and workman aent to It up. dec7-wo - -t IV 1 Itoftt THE. TRAIL" "IRON A sploy (ketch descriptive of a trip over the . Atchison, Topeka and Santa iee Railroad, the beautles, scenery and pleasure resorts of the 'pocky Jountaine, by "Nlm Crlnkle,"-lhe muslc&l i knd dramatic critic of the New York World, sent free on application, together with the Han Juan fuide, maps and times tables of this new and pop ular route from Kansas City and Atchison to Pu eblo, Denver, and all points in ...

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 December 1876

Political. Political. LOUISIANA'S VOTE. ASTOUNDING ACTION OF THE RETURNING BOARD. Out Which the Democrats Lose 1,136 Votes—The Vote to be Promulgated on Tuesday—A New Phase of the Story of the Pinkston Murder —The True History of the Dead Brought to Light—Politics Not the Cause. Nbw Orlkans. November 29. Before the Returning Board yesterday, Charles Tidweil of Ouachi,a, witness in rebuttal , to the testimony of Mrs. Eliza l'lnkaton -was introduced by the Democrats ion eemtive Committee. Interrogatories were propounded him by General An derson. He destined as ioiiowb: Mv name is Chailes Tidwell; I am Ouachita river, about ' 'twenty miles from Monroe; have known Eliza Pinkston tor eignteen or iweuiy jears; her character is very bad; kuew her in Alabama: she belonged to my iamily; knew Henry Pinkston; did not know much of liim; nave Known mm for about two years; in a general way he ' "was a qaiet negro, Another Version of the Murder. His wife came to my house about five o'clock Sunday ...

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 December 1876

CARRIAGES. ON. POPLAR STREET NEAR TUR K, '&. CllVRCRi'biKTO'jf', 0Bl6. Art abffi'reitti to at'tMoaiinaof ".the tp Witliiho mo4 Cttrhiilett) inip'ElciKaht ilub'of , . " 'i !. . llaecrIptlonsof " ' 11 " ' ' PJttCLP.S ever put upon Uie market in thli city, ... Their Stock embraces all kliity and jtyles of SINGLE & FAMILY . IYAUUNS I C sirucl"r In the mot elegant an well an mih 81 giial manner, and possess all the desirable 11 I IKK of Durability. r T And the ny perfect taste In Paintlnm' Upholster iiiK and Ueiipral Finish. All Work Warrn.nt.-rl. . As this firm are Kelwilrnr wagona to all part of jno country, an communications win be carefully looked after. H. W. WKKT8 4 CO. vauuju iuay 4 ir ' RoVfingXO :j i T Get Durable Roo fs ,, OF 1 IRON AND SLAT1-. The Undersigned Is now piepared to put on TIN, IRON . AND SLATE ROOFING, On short net tie and In good workmanlike man iter, and cheap an the cheapest, 1 would call, the attention of Painters to my IRON ROOFING FOR BARNS 't as it ...

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 December 1876

Local News. roattiaei froa 6th page. THE RICHARDSON MURDER CASE. t over the last Boating rib, on the anterior urface. a or 4 inches to the left of the Mternum there weie two opening ft short distance apart: formed the opinion that tbe ball'a entrauce was at the right orifice, and ita exit at the left, the or ifices belnf frooi 1 lo IX luohesapart: the wound tu lupernclal-Juiit under the iltln, not touching the muscles of the nus: a oonicai dbii is nm u acted aa much as a round ball, lis court is gen rally direct, especially so In abort range: the wound of Jfra. R. wa not perfectly horlaonul.the left orifice being a little higher than the right: did nnt nicies that the ball bad been deflected: made an examination of the woundaon Jfonday: found the tissue loose-admitted of being grasped up, and the dlstauce of the wouudi from oenter to enter 1 Inch, from the ouUlde to outside i'A nhM fma the Inside to Inside of an Inch; ever seen a person Instantly killed but what bad kad bis eyes ope...

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 December 1876

i .r. . J-' tf. r .1 I. 1 - -"V . : VOL '43. NO. 28. CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 14, 1876. A. McGREGOB & SON Publishers (1 j wfmm hc cmoctLnt Circulation - 2,700. TILDEN ELECTED. A Few Plain Facts. v, The Interest aud excitement continue and almost every one still asks with donbt-"who is elected? This arises mainly from the fact that the unprinci pled Republican leaders at Washington and elsewhere are resolved to count in Hayes whether or no, and hence they continue to claim Hayes 1b elected. In this scheme their weak and servile or gans aid to the extent of their power, The leading Hayes papers of character acknowledge the truth, and admit that fPTinpN Attn HENDRICKS ARE ELECT KD. Prominent among these papers we name the New York Herald, New York Evening Post, New York Nation, New York Journal of Commerce, Boston Globe, Phila delphia Times, Independent, and many others. Besides many prominent Re publicans, such as Horace White, of the Chicago Tribune, David Dudley Field, of New York...

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. — 14 December 1876

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. THE BROOKLYN FIRE. Stories of the Survivors—Statements from Actors and Members of the Audience —How Many People were in the House. Statement of Mr. J. B. Studley. Brooklyn, December 7. Mr. J. B. Stu'lley, one of the actors in the "Tw Orphans," had ft 'raarvelously narrow escape, and will carry for many a day the marks of his stride to gaiu the esterior of the burning building. "I was engmed in the play, and wax seated on the stage when it broke out." he said. .'The first intimation I had of anything wrong was a noise which seemed to come from the rear of the BtHge. I supposed it was oc casioned by the stage' carpenter shifting the scenery, and I accordingly spoke to the prompter. Just then Mrs. Farran, who was also on the stage, evinced evi dent signs of nervousness, and the audi ence also became perfectly restive. Up to this time I had heard no crackling noise such as usually accompanies a fire, nor did I smell any .smoke. My back was to the fire, as I...

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 December 1876

Political. HORATIO SEYMOUR SPEAKS MEETING OF THE NEW YORK STATE ELECTORAL COLLEGE. The Great Fraud Sought to be Perpetrated by the Administration Party in Washington—The Responsibility Party in Washington—The Responsibility Which Rests on the Republicans —Justice Demanded. t1.,Aibany, Dec. 6. The Electoral .Col " .lege, In the Senate Chamber, was called to order by Secretary of State Bigelow. Deputy Secretary of State Apgar called the roll of electors, each of whom appear ed at the clerk's desk; and the Secretary of State administered the constitutional oath, under which the elector declared he bad not been guilty of bribery of vo ters. They also signed their names to this oath. The Secretary of State announced that all electors were present except James ; JI. Holdane, and asked the pleasure of ' the College as to filling the vacancy. Augustus Scbell moved the appoint ment of a committee to select a suitable . nerson to be balloted for to fill the va cancy referred to. Carried. Augu...

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 December 1876

THi DmocgiT Is furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; l for tlx months; fifty cent for three months, invariably in advance. CoRRsroNPitNC. containing Important newi oiinitwl from all part of the county, writer i name and address required on every cominuuloa Uon M a private guarantee or gooa latin. n...in.ia nnl one dollar per line per year. No Card Inserted for lew thnn three dollars per year. Busines Notlce In Item columns on fifth page inurtad for ton cent par line each inseitton inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line, tfo notice will be Inserted for law than fifty centa. Yearly advertisers allowed the fnrlvllege Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per oent ad dltlonal. All transient advertisement must be aoeompa led with the cash. lAvortlmimflnti. to Insure Insertion, must be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of Advertising furnished on application Address all communications to a. McGregor son, Canton, Ohio, he glemoqat. ESTABLISH...

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 December 1876

Business Items. TO BUSINESS MKN-TIIB HOLIDAYS. i r While the general dullness In business U great ly augmented by the political muddle, we all look forward to the approaching hoi days to brighten matters up. The Jewelry, dry goods and notion dealers, confectioners, and In fact, almost every branch of the retail trade are preparing for the gay Mason by new s'tacki of fresh goods, gaily decorated window! and a geueral cleaning up. All Uil li well enough, but the claims of the press, ' the surest and bett medium of commu nication with the pupllo, are paramount, and the successful merchant, here at elsewhere, admlti he facf In tbh connection we would press the claims of Tm Democrat. Ita circulation is 8,700 copies weekly, and It reaohet thousands of readers who are not reached through any other medium. An advertisement In the Democrat Will b "jure pay air." Try It and be convinced. 1 TAXES- The Tax payers are hereby re spectfully notified that it is not possible to receive all the Taxes...

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 December 1876

Political. Political. FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION. SENATE. WASHINGTON, Dec. 5, 1876. Mr. Morton submitted a joint resolution - woDosintr an amendment to the Conmi- iiition of the United Btateo, provtdinjr for , the election of the President and Vice President by a direct vote of the people, Which was read, and reierreu wwmmn tee on Privileges and E ections. Mr. Morton presented a document ohiDiled bv the Chief Clerk of the Sen ate, in retard to counting the Electoral , vote from 1781) to 1873, ana said tne w ibrmution contained was of erear impor . tance and value to the country at this time. lie moved that 100,000 copies be : printed for distribution. Mr. Tluirman said he had seen many inaccurate statements on this suhjwt prepared by others. He had great conn 1 dence in tile ability of the Chief Clerk 'but he would like to examine the compil ation for 'himself before authorizing its distribution among the people. It was final v agreed to print 1,500 COP' ' ies.aml a motio...

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 December 1876

CARRIAGES. T he Popular and old Established firm of ttW.WERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET NEAR THE U,S. CHURCH, CHITON, OHIO. Are now ready to nsoot the demindof the ip , proaoniug . . . i DRIVING SHASON With the tso't Complete anp Elegant line o , , . 1 alt descriptions of , , RidiwV thtcles I ' ever put upon the market la this city,, , Their Stock embraces all kinds and styles of SMGLE & FAMILY ' WAGONS Constructed In the most elegant as well as sub stantial manner, and posseisses all the desirable leaiurea 01 imraouity. t : EASY; RIDING ! And the most perfect iaste In Fainting, Upholster inn and General Finish. All Work Warranted, As this Ann are sending wagons to all parts of me country, an communications win Derareniuy looked after. H. W. WKKTS St CO. Canton Jfajr 4 tC,r , , : . ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs -OF- IRON AND SLATE. The undersigned Is now piepared to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING, On short not ce,and in good workmanlike man ner, and cheap as the cheapest. 1 wou...

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 December 1876

THE RICHARDSON MURDER CASE , Cootlsssd frost ilk page, got op and bessed him to keep quiet: she said, "rot ought to be it homo where you belong: the had nothing In rer hind nd made no dem onstration, and made no throat: remember re turning home from Altekruse's one Sunday eye nisi aboWt 10 o'clock, In Ihe Ml, hUfband with me: met R. at corner of Malu and Canal streets: asked him bow be go along: be iiald, "I'm glad I am a week older, ir I d mot them down at Alll nre. I'd have shot them both:" ald, ' oh.no, you onldn't have done that;" he replied, -'yes, they i....v. k aa ihAt wm mi lnteutlcn' Cross elimination: When R. Mild be would eve shot them both, understood be reterreo. u Ine Louisville scandal: had heard of tbat before. titer Morgatdhaltr: Btatemeul only corrobora ttve of Mn. M.'s and nothing new elicited. Mr. Prttitricka rVondrri: AmoldersisterofMrs. B.: live In Alliance: wai at Mre. R.'s In 1675 when ehawaasirk: think it waa In July: didn't tbluk ab was In her right mind. J...

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 December 1876

lit J finr F in ? f fpiisiiliiiif jM w M m f fH VOL. 43. NO. 29, CANTON, OHIO, DECEMBER 21, 1876. A. MeGREGOR & SON Publishers he gjcnwqnt Circulation - 3,000, MASS MEETING AT CANTON, To be Held Saturday, Dec., 30th. To The Democracy of Stark County. Pursuant to a call of the State Central Committee (to be found in this paper) and that the Democracy of Stark may be fully represented at the.State Mass Con vention to be held at Columbus on Janu ary 8th, 1877, you are requested to meet in mass convention at Canton on the above date to give expression as to the remarkable contingency that has arisen in the matter of the Presidency. A con- Bpiracy is formed by men in power to defeat Tildbn & Hendricks who have been fairly and legally elected by a ma jority of over a quarter of a million in the popular vote Desirous of maintaining the Constitu tion and the rights and liberties of the people we cordially invite all others without regard to past party differences who believe Tilden ...

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 December 1876

shall be the duty of the Electors immedi ately to proceed bv bullot to nil buuu va cancv or vacancies." It is immaterial, eo far as affects the jurisdiction of the Returning Board, whether the act of 1870, relating to the appointment of Prt'uhlen'ial Electors, is reuenletl or not. If repealed, there Is no law in LonisUni for the appointment of . Presidential Llectois; it not repealed, then the canvass of ti e returns cast for such Electors must be made by the Gov ernor, in the presence of the Secretary of State, Attorney umierai, a Jiiiijje or tne district in which the seat of Government may he established, or any two of them, as required by the act of 1870, and in making such canvass they would be con fined to an ascertainment of the persons elected, according to the returns, without authority to reject votes. In no event can the Returning Board have jurisdic tion of the returns of Electors of Presi dent and Vice President and their can vass of the same is therefore a nullity and e...

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 December 1876

Political. LAW AND LOGIC. JUDGE BLACK ON THE DISPUTED PRESIDENCY. PLOT OF CONSPIRATORS AND THE REMEDY—POWERS OF RETURNING BOARDS AND OF CONGRESS—THE NEXT PRESIDENT MUST BE ELECTED BY THE HOUSE. Hon. J. 8. Black publishes in the first number of the Washington Union, a long review of the causes of the existing po litical crisis, and points out a safe an constitutional remedy. We make the annexed extracts : GOV. TILDEN CERTAINLY ELECTED. By the Federal Constitution and the laws of Louisiana, the people of that State in their primary capacity (and they only) have a right to appoint electors of mat dent and Vice President. This power has been executed at the time, at the places, and in the way prescribed by law In accordance with the universal rule of all elective governments, the intenl and will of the whole people as a body is Bpo- ken by a majority of the ballots. They did appoint the Tilden candidates. Their decision to that effect was spoken by large majority in the prescribed way, ...

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