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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 4 January 1877

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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. — 11 January 1877

1 4 VOL 43. NO. 32 CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 1J, .1877.: A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers I (; Circulation . 2,700. OHIO SPEAKS! Hurrah for Jackson! A GRAND CONVENTION IN COLUMBUS. Unbounded Enthusiasm and a Most Determined Spirit. Resolutions Adopted! Eloquent Speeches by Generals A. J. Warner, Durbin Ward, Thomas as Ewing, and others. Pursuant to call, the Democracy from all sections of Ohio assembled in Colum bus on Monday, January 8th, to Rive pub lic expression to their views on the po litical situation. Every county was large ly represented, and it is conceded there was no such State conventnn held in Ohio since 1803. , The sessions were held in the City Hall, a very large one, and will easilv ac commodate two thousand people at least. At the preliminary session it was crowd ed, but at the second session it was liter ally pacned, and hundreds were unable to gain admittance. - The hall was handsomely decorated. Long fontoons of evergreen, studded with ' lit) le flags, stretched fro...

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. — 11 January 1877

DELINQUENT TAX SALE Vie Lands Lots, and Parts of Lots, : returned 'Delinr quent by the 'Treasurer of Stark Covnty, together with the Taxes, and Penalty charged thereon, agreeably the law, m contained andt described in the following list. LANDS. PARIS. NAME. Kllgle George ...... Freer 0. A. p a d . Huetl Joseph Haines 'ainnul KletlJolm, fsd... T. 17 Miller Daniel, h d Morkel John L., h d.. Ohio State of, u " " rsu ' " fsd Perdue J. M., u a WMiame Obed 8 10. 2 8 15 16 12 12 12 20 27 36 20 1 36 18 Description. P$,w p ei n o p r n e n p n e p u e p n e mod of a e p a e PP p u e p n w pee pne Ac rub Value. 10 50-100 440 I 70 84 lHO 4 169 50-100 2D0 25-100 20 12-100 10 10 82-100 630 70-. OO 10 14-100 10 50-100 20 1 75-100 80 14-100 10 105 1020 DolS. C. M. 6 69 6 1 56 8 40 69 8 5 98 0 7 41 8 61 2 25 0 11 67 13 77 69 2 70 SO 17 89 MINERVA CORPORATION. Kurti David Perdue J. T. & B. Davis 86 pen (84) 86 psn (30) 25-100 25-100 40 1980 1 47 2 48 09 6 WASHINGTON. Mies Thomas.. Hlldeblddle Be...

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. — 11 January 1877

NAJfE, No. of Lot Teeters Rosa J no Teeters Ellshu 836 Teeters R. W. 4 J. H. Johnson 23 Wost Lydta H . 208 Way A. B 899 " 416 Walton Abrahaia4 26 Wang Philip J 228 Value. :. m au 300 6110 60 80 , 660 60 Doll. Description, 0. H. 21 14 1 ,03 11 82 25 17 S 41 1 64 34 OR 8 1 88 7 JENNINGS & BROOK'S ADD. Jennings St Brooks,. 10 11 12 Summers George , 63 " 64 Teeters Ellsha 62 whole 1550 290 290 5H0 1!)0 1(10 ao wpft whole 68 62 10 96 10 : US 21 0 7 17 7 17 23 78 I. N. WEBB'S ADD. Bevlngton James.... Beaby J . Buck P. M ( II Culbertson Joseph.. " Parker.. 43 68 80 . 87 182 71 ' 40 67 75 81 12 18 89 130 139 M 8 64 100 29 82 60 Davis Peter V Harrington ; Nathan.. . Hildeblddle James... Kynett James Mounhey Frank McMlchael Mary Ohio State of. Silver Maria Smith Catherine.. Shoemaker J Stanly T. G Sandals Cnrtlss Wang Philip J whole 370 18 97 1 600 . 18 85 0 680 j 25 67 7 100 8 75 8 810 ' 11 70 5 2! ' ' 8 Ii8 4 20 75 5 840 12 811 8 230 8 68 4 240 9 08 6 680 23 78 8 870 13 97 1 470 ' 17 74...

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. — 11 January 1877

4 THi Dkmockat U famished to lutaorlben t 12 per year, II for Hx month.; fifty oeuU for three monthi. luvartably In advance. Ookkkwondrnc., containing ImporUnt new aoliolMd from .11 parts of the oouuty. Writer mme and addross required on every oommuulc Hon as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar por line per year. No card Inserted fur loss than throe dollar, per year. Business Notices In Item columns, on fifth page Inserted for ten cent per line each Inneitlon. If Inierted in rcadlnn matter, twenty wilts per line. . Wn inii. will be Inserted for less than fifty cent Yearly advertisers allowed the nrlvlloga of Changing their advertlseme-H quurw,..,. Double column advertisements 25 por cent ad dltlonal. All translont advertisements must be aceompa' tiled with the cash. Insertion, mwc be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates or Advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. MoGRRGOR SON, Canton, Ohio. he cmoqnt ESTABLISHED A. D. I 833. A. NcG...

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. — 11 January 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. I Manly, our new Remrdei, U Installed ad Itentlve U) bualtMHM. All persona having bu siness through the mll With the Recorder's of toe may address Mr. Manly. Aim. at all season : able hours at the Recorder1! offloo At may be Jouud ready for official duty. 1 '. Bavlag located In Kamat City. Mo., and wish ttig tu reduce my Hock before moving, I will offer Bargains to Hiomi In fieed of boon and shoes. All those Indebted to me are rwpcctfullv re iieie I to call at onoe and aettle. All unsettled coouuU after Jau, 25, 1877, will be left for colleo-Hon. detfllbw. ' J. 0. Kichabm. Hollowsj't Pllli are a lure remedy for all tent ' al complaints, "! may be lakoi, by female of all got who are suffering from a duraugomcnt of the system, or ihose distressing disease In particular whioh frequently occur (rrom attention at the turn of lire.) 1 hey are no mild that the moat deli cate female may take them with perfect safety. o a box or pot, i lUllaa Llalmtnt, at VT. B. FOYK C...

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. — 11 January 1877

g- ; --:---I ContUed froa Third Page. Vn nlliil. IWriDllOll. : ValUO J.cUu Uiiam W. -1260 Lais John u ,r Minis Thorn M Wyers Julie Ann M 7,?iprorlii 100 :::::::. 1 . SKf r.rr. i mU;: ,. .) Meyen hi a May . nafurMeln r'0 Jerryerd Alfred ' 42' ,n 510 Parmer Inhrnael Vftfr 470 5f"AnidKm"il Mil) North 9W S."?,sm.taM v:'T.::r. aw Kossuth. Wrt0ckW-Up K Math 8-1 Kramer ueorge KR ACKER'S ADD. Backer F. A - ,"'V- - ; W , 2- ; ,;; & .... $ ? . 7 " . ,, 800 Roes JoKenh . : u g(o Hlth Melcbor u GROSSE'S PLEASANT IEVV ADD, BchmwJ.J.A.O M whole ' J Decker Jnoob 0,0 Taxhi t'aiharlne " 1(n ermn Benevolent Society I Uruoe Ouy E l GUY E. GROSSE'S 2d ADD. MleyFrankA hole 40 S. BUCKIUS ADD, . l vfhole 300 OowyJ.H 14 90 15 so : : i f - . M. KNIPFLE'S ADD. ntpe.M J '50le IS :; I " 7 " " g 100 2 9 .100 MUte Henry iu G. P. McCADDEN'S ADD. , 1 whole 60 Cere Bwnnel " 2 " ' 60 ' 3 " 60 4 " 60 :::: 5 " 6 " 60 ,, 7 60 '". 8 " "70 9 " SO. ' 10 " 70 n w :: 12 70 IS 50 ::: u . " 70 15 " 60 ,. 16 " 70 17 " 60 I...

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. — 11 January 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! The Popular and old Established firm of ON POPLAR STREET t i NEAR THB if, E. CHURCH, CANTON, 0I11Q. Are now ready to meut the demand of the tp proachlng DRIVING SEASON'1 With the most Complete anp Klegantlliie of . all descriptions of , . 1 Riding V zhicles ! ever put upon Uie market In this city, j Their Stock embraces all kinds and ityles of " SLNGLE & FAMILY WJGQ'NS ! I Conftruoted lii.'tfie most elegant! m well as sub , iUntial maimer, aud possehiseii.&U the desirable ' leatures of Durability. .EASY RIDING! And the mogt perfect taste In Painting, Upholster ing and General Finish. All Work Warrant!. Aa this firm are sending wagons to all parts or the eountry, all conimunicallonslwlll be carefully looked atttir. . . . ' 8. W. VvKKTB & CO. ( . Canton, Jfa tf 1 1 . f i ! " r ROOFING. Get Durable Roof s -OF- IROC AND SLATE. The undesigned Is now ptepftred to put on TIN,' IRON AND SLATE ROOFING. On abort notice and In good workmanlike man ner, and che...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 11 January 1877

LODISIANL 1 COTEBNOR NICHOLS HEARTILY . . ; SUPPORTED.' ... ; ' ' ' HIh lilltl Takes PosmpkbIoii of the . Supreme Court Building. TffiB DEMOCRATIC JUDGES IN STALLED. All Police Stations Surrender to the Legal Government. MUATION Or MIHOLS REtjCRBTlNS CHOWD8 TO DIHPKB8K. Oreat Excitement but no BloodHbcd. New Orleans, January 99 A. M. The members of the White League, which has been mustered in by the Nich oils Government as militia, are assem bling with arms at Lafayette Square, with the avowed purpose of maintaining the Superior Court abolished by Kcllotjg Government. 9:50 A.M. The Streets are full of armed men hurrying to Lafayette Square where orderlies are dashing about on korseback, presenting all the phases of an army on the eve of battle. Armed men are reporting to the Sheriff, whose purpose is to take possession of the Su preme Court room, now in charge of the Metropolitan police, ana install nn-uuns and the newly-appointed Judges of the t Supreme Lourt. An aavenisemL-iu ay p...

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. — 18 January 1877

VOL. 43. NO. 33 CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 18, 1877. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers. The Democrat. 1 " r- Circulation - 2,700, . J) , ; , ndir ana are to be placed on a war footing, Tnaonly hope for Packard to be Gov ernor of Louisiana ia to be recognized by the Federal Government and bus tained by federal bayonets. Is this a free country ? Which is the party of tyranny and which the party of freedom and justice? ', ' '., Indiana is excited over the attempt to count outTilden and Hendricks. Large and determined meetings are being held ' in every county, demanding that the will of the people as expressed at the ballot box be heeded, and declaring that the conspiracy through Returning Boards be frustrated. Mr, Bennett, of the N. Y. Herald, has gone to Europe. He sailed around New York harbor a day or two avoiding the officers of the law, hailed the steamer on her way to Europe, and is off with his sister and secretary. The queition now is whether the pistols he and May used were loaded w...

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. — 18 January 1877

Political. HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON. His Speech at the Columbus Meeting of Ohio's Democratic Representation. resentatlon. The following is the speech delivered bv the Hon. Georiro II. Pendleton, at tti great muss moetiiiK of Democrats in Co lumbtis, Moa.lay, January Ktn : Okntlsmbn op thk Convention I cam this afternoon to hear the report of yon Committee on Resolutions, That, as understand it. is the main business to which you are expected to give your at' tenlion, and I would not presume ior oik mnmntit to oiriiriv vonr time, even tlionizl invited by these friendly calls, except that I have nearu your prmuueiu pro .nounoe that the cominiltee on resolutions it not ready to report. Mr. President and gentlemen, I rejoice to see this immense meeting. I rejoice that this call of those who are in fiyor ol a fair, honest, lemu, iieawini eoni'ion o the c isis which is before us has bronchi forth this tnlrlity aweniblaKe of the peo- pie. The popular instinct Dhs Riven warn intz of the daii...

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. — 18 January 1877

Miscellaneous. A CAREER OF CRIME. . ..; .. i , , , . . ' ' A Montrenl disputeh of (Saturday, snyi t " "Nod Lynns," the noted bank robber who,Vith his wife, Was arrested by De tectives Folk and Corwin, at the Buflblk Acfrictilnmil Faiir. at Riverhead,- L. I., about ttiren weeks nno. oui u cliurj;e of ' picking por.keta, and who gave ins name ' aa O. V. Richardson, i has been amor tniiied to be the G. W. Lyons who ha ' been living at No., 25 Cadieux street, ; here, for thej mflt two yearn. , He has been noted as one of the, most successful , burulun of the day. He flrst came into prominence through his connection with the navy yard burglary' tit Philadelphia t about, ten years ago, since which lime he . Las operated in various parts of the coun try with great sui cess, and has besn con nected with some of the best men in the JrofeHsion, George Miles, Joe Kingsland, im Brody;- Frank MoL'ormack, &e., &C. New York city was his headquarUrs when not at work, and,, he was consid ere...

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. — 18 January 1877

if. TBI Dmoorat U furnlahed to iubiorlberi at B wiwtlh it mouth nfty cenu for throe aontfat. Invariably In advance. OoBPoNDNOi, containing Important newi .11 mirti of the-county. Wrlter'i tMiVIIVU liw" I . mow and addrom required on every commuulca Uon u a private guaramee of good faith. o..-i...n-nn(inliirt6rllnf per year. So Duanin " ou-d luaorted for lew than three dollar! per year. ,,.., Notloei In Item columns, on fifth page truortod for ten cent per line each Inseillon. If toaertod In reading matter, twenty oeni i Ho aotlce will be Inserted for lesn than fifty cent llnwed the nrlvllogo of chanilng their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertleemcntt 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertlemont must be aceompa nled with the cash. , Miianinti to Insure Insertion, miisl be Juuidod In by Wednesday noon. , Kateiof Advertising furnished on application Addrcsa all communications to A. MoGRKGOR fc BON, Canton, Ohio. P gemonnt. ESTABLISHED A D. I 833 A. McGREGOR, Editor. ...

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. — 18 January 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. I. Manly, our new Kit irlei, l Installed md attentive to hinJuesa. All persons having bu siness through th dim I) wllh the Koeonler'H of doe may address Mr. Manly. Alw, at all season, able hours at Hie Recorder's office he may lie fouud ready for offlclul duly. If ' Elkgant tycoon rops ate retailed tit DeForeHt's Opera Houne Store at 15c a yard. -, ' I'm Italian Liniment, at W. B. FOYK & CO. ' E. A. DhFirbst has opened a great bargain in twilled eranh at 8 and 10c a jard. .. '. ; i THE BK8T KIND. The best kind of food for man la oysters ; they are wholesome, nutritious and cheap, The head quarters for tbe best branda of Deep Sea Ovatera - In tali olty, la at C. R. Ebrlght'a, three doom lorthof the post-office, 1 These oysters are of the very beat, and are for sale as cheap aa can be had anywhere by the can or from the tub. Give him atrial. WANTED. Ten good active men between twenty-one and forty-five years old to sell a new medical work, , the best selling...

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. — 18 January 1877

Political. DID YOU SAY HIS NAME WAS HAYES?" Bill Arp on the Situation. (To the Editor of Louisville Courier Journal.) tniiE. Ga.. Dec. 20. 1876. You must excuse nie.but it is impossible to sup nmi mvRelf altoeether at this time. foel like a little crowin' will open the ports and help 'digestion, and do me good generally. And didn't we iick em and did you say his name was llayesl nil Ik he the man who said he didn'l inind it himself, but his heart bled for the noor nitrtrer ? Prions and levites of Jrirn I how much will he blee 1 his pock t. Why, bless your' soul, the nigger is free. He can go to Ohio if lie wants to, We haven't got 'em penned up. If Hayes, r whatever his name is. will call 'era. they'll come. Ain't it curious these arkiPH don't bo to their friends? Ain't It carious their friends don't come down to see them if they are so everlastin' sorry? Maybe they are intimidated. The truth is,' Mr. Watterson, them Radi cals give the nigRer mffrage to humble os and outvote us, but...

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. — 18 January 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! Tho Popular and old Established Arm of - H.W.WERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET , HEAR TUB. U. E. ClIUBCa, CANTON, OHIO, Anno reidy to meet tho douuudof the p pro aching DRIVING: SEASON" With Ihe mo-t Complolo anp Elegant line of i allueuorlptluinuf , .' Riding Vehicles ! ever put upon the market In this city, Tholr 8tock embraces all kinds and ttylcs of SIMGLE & FAMILY WAGONS I i ' I , ' SVmirtnioled In the mont elegant as well is ub lautlal manner, and pohsewws all the desirable fotuurea of Durability. EASY RIDING! And Ihe most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster lug ami General Finish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are semilog wagon to all parts of the country, all communications will be carefully looked after. 11. W. WKKT8 It 00. Canum iay4tf" , 1 ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs -OF- i IRON .AND SLATE. The undersigned Is now piepnred to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING, Dn short not ce and In good workmanlike man ner, and cheap as Ihe cheapest. I would ca...

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. — 18 January 1877

Local News. Jadge Freas adjourned court yesterday to Fri day, and icu to finally close the Uirm on 8tarday. 1,,6 case of Louis Hexanier, who was arrest, ed with the Browncwellbojn for the burglary at JHechclc's soap works, a nolle was entered and ,aUgl. having been acting In the employ of the cliy In the burglary In ques tion. , A runaway home caused a scattering of groups boat the north end of the square last Monday. No .riom damage. The horse on y landing on East Tuscarawas street, and playfully tUbol'd about for a few momenta with the shaft dangling at his hecla. A girl named Pnyder. aged about 18. subject to ,PUeptlo tits, and who lived oD tbe Ftonlck tanas southeast of town, took Hit Tuesday while nh family were out. and fell with ber bead part ly Id the fire and her clothing took fire. She was buroid to death before any one came to ber aid. He J arcnu live near Loultville. SAVAKRE, ' 'The sight school Is making good progress." A sleighing party from Canal Dover spent last Satu...

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. — 25 January 1877

V 1 i a, VOL. 43. NO. 34 CANTON, OHIO, JANUARY 25, 1877. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers r i vi n VVlilU K 31 U xij' u w r? Ay Circulation - 2,700. it) TREASURER OF STATE. We notice ous brethren over theStute are naming gentlemen in connection with State positions to be filled by the people of Ohio at the State election in October next, and as Stark county, so far as the Democracy are concerned, never has been honored with a State position, we may present a worthy gentleman for tWniifliileration of our brethren at the State convention. Our Democratic friends in Stark are seriously talking of presenting George Fessler, Esq., our present capable County Treasurer, serv ing his second term, for the position of Treasurer of State, we are comment, should Mr. Fessler receive the noroina tion, he will receive a rousing vote in this county, and also wherever he is known. When first elected to his present posi tion, although the county was very close, Mr. Fessler received over 1200 majority ...

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. — 25 January 1877

Political. WASHINGTON. INTERESTING CHANDLER DISPATCHES COME TO LIGHT. STEALING STATES! The Infamous Conspiracy To Defraud the People of their Presidential Choice. "Thus Bad Begins, but Worse Remains Behind." Chandler to Stearns: "Hold Florida for Hayes—Money and Troops Will be Sent You!" WASHINGTON, January 16. Governor McCormiok was to-day be fore the Select Committee on the Powers, Privileges Bnd Duties of the House in CounUnK the electoral votes. The Gov ernor, in answer to the question, testified be had some knowledge of money hav ing been raised .for the legitimate pur poses of the campaign. There was joint circular sent forth by the National Republican Crynmittees, but the details of the assessment were managed by the latter. Not a dollar came into the hands of the National Republican Committee. Did not know of any circular having been issued requiring officeholders to contrib- ute money, M. A . Clancey, late stenographer of the National Republican Committee, was re called, an...

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. — 25 January 1877

Political. Political. PROBING OLD ZACH. Getting the Truth Out of Returning Board Wells. He Does Not Know of a Single Case of Intimidation. YET ME THREW OUT 13,000 TILDEN VOTES. Washington, January 20. The Com mute on the Powers, Privileges ami Du ties of the House in Counting the Elector al Vote had hefore them to-day Oswin D. RobertB, whotesti6ed that he is cashier of the Second National Bank of N. Y. He exhibited two certificates of deposit in the bank by Z. Chandler, dated Octo ber 21, 1876; one was for $3,000, an 1 the other for $2,000; they were made pay able on his own order on the return of the certificates; the endorsement read; 'Pay 8. B. Packard or order Z. Chandler; pay James E. Ayr 8. B. Packard; pay Winslow, Lanier & C James b. Ayr. G. W Partridge, the private Secretary of Z. Chandler, was asKea Dy Mr. jmoiu whather he had in his possession or un der his control any letters or despatches written or pent by A. Uianciier to any nerson in Florida. South Carolina, North...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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