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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 25 January 1877

Ihi DkmocraT Ii furnished to subscriber at 82 per yoar, II for tlx mouths; filly cents for three mouths, Invariably In advance. Cobbbspondkncs, containing Important news solicited from all part of the county. Writer'! name and address required on every oommuuica tlon as a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No Card inserted for low than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns, on fifth page. Inserted for ten cents per line each Inseitton. If inserted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will bo Inserted for loss than fifty cent Yearly advertisers allowed the Inrlviloge of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advortlscmeuts 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, mull be handed In by Wednesday noon. Rates of AdvortUlug furnished on application. Address all communications to a. McGregor & son, Canton, Ohi...

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. — 25 January 1877

Business Items. Kadorsed by the Faculty. ! The reputation of Dr. Bull' Cough Byrup has been oluiy acniovea onaocountof 1U merit. Physicians prescribe it, Mr. P. L, Mauly, our now Reoordoi, Is Installod snd attentive to business. All persons navmg du tinow through the mall with the Recorder' of floe ma address Mr. Manly. Also, at all season able hours at the Recorder's ofllce he may be fnmid readv for ofllolal duty. u All the eholcost brands of foreign and domestic winns and Llouors at Bchwalm & Bros,. wnoiO' eale house, East Tuscarawas street. WANTED. Ten geod active men between twenty-one and forty-five years old to soil a new medical work, tlie best' Belling Book now In the market; good commission or salary will be paid to those that are willing to take hold and warn, borne or my ajent now selling this work are making one fcundrel dollars per month and expenses. For jiartlculars address J. N.Holmes, Orrvllle, Wayne oounty, Ohio. " HEW OPENING. O. Klcher has purchased and taken...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 25 January 1877

Political. Political. XLIVth Congress----Second Session. Counting of the Electoral Votes. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE The Joint Committee all Favor Except Morton. SENATE. WASHINGTON, January 18. Mr. Jones, of Florida, presented the pe titlon of Williamson Call, Robert B. Hil ton. J. E. Youne and Robert Bullock Democratic Presidential electors of Flor Ida, claiming to have been legally elect' d, and asking that the electoral vote cast by them for President and Vice President be counted, instead of that cast by the electors on the other side. On motion of Mr. Jones the petition was laid on the table, and he gave notice that he would call it up next week. Mr. Hamlin introduced a bill to amend the Postoflice Appropriation bill for the present fiscal year so as to change the compensation of post masters of the fourth class to a basis of the stamps cancelled instead of the stamps sold. Referred. The Senate non-concurred in the amendments of the House to the bill making appropriations to suppl...

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. — 25 January 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! The Popular and old Established firm of RW.WERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET NEAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to meet the demand of .the pruauiuug DRIVING SEASON With the most Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of Riding V zhicles ever pat upon the market la this city, Their Stock embraces all kinds and styles of SIJNGLE & FAMILY VV AkjOAo ! Constructed In the moat elegant as well as sub tantial manner, and possesses all the desirable features of Durability. EASY RIDING ! 1 Jvnd the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster 'Ing and General Finish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagons to all parts of toe country, au communicnuous'wm De caretully wutw Kiwr, a, n. vv,Kia ac w. Canton Afay 4 tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roofs OF IRON AND SLATE. The undersigned Is now prepared 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 attention of Farmer...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 25 January 1877

XLIVth Congress. Continued from First Page. There had been an effort made to terror 1m over Conrewi, to bull doze the Ben ate and House of RepreHentHtive In i the adoption of this bill He did not believe there was half a dozen tpreentRtivei on this floor who would vote "the bill if left to themselves. He thought dungor came from weakness" and apprehensions of Representatives. , , Mr. Edmunds said ho was afraid to do wron but he was not afruid to do right. xi,.,Ti c,u,,i inn onn nmn. lie had not even thought of them. The statement of ... " t l! .1... A ... !,.., Ill the Senator irom inuiaim " was to vote for tlwa bill, on account 01 in timidation, was entirely in his imagiiia tion. The event from Which this pro looiuiutinii wm tonrovidewHscom L, .ani,n nnnn thh nouiiti v and it must be met. After all that 'had been said he would consent' to a motion, for an ex ecutive amnion, but gave notice he would ask the Semite to vc.e on mo uiu tu KunuM fmui Ohio (Sherman) eould Uke the floor no...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 February 1877

mi. kSL '. .1!. i! 1:: irHr i VOL. 43. NO. 35 CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 1, 1877. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers WiHW MflnTEl ghc gtmotpL Circulation - 2,700. THE LOUISIANA EXPLOSION. The Louisianabusiness has been ex ploded, and the Republicans will no' care to save the pieces. Mr. Littlefleld, late clerk of the Returning Board, testi fied that on the third of December, un der orders and in the presence of Welles he altered the original returns from Ver non parish, so as to transpose votes for Tilden over to Hayes; that he did this by the express direction of Wells ; and that after making copies of the altered originals, the latter were burned by di rection of Welles. At least Wells suppo Bed they were, but Littlefleld brought them North, and by some means they fell into the hands of David Dudley Field, And these are the returns which Return ingBoarder Kenner identified on Mon day, and aided by a magnifying glass, was compelled to testify had been altered. If any one doubts the doubl...

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. — 1 February 1877

Political. Political. XLIVth Congress---Second Session. AN ALL NIGHT SESSION OF THE SENATE. The Proposed Electoral Compromise Bill Discussed —Telling Arguments in Support of the Measure Made by Conkling, Bayard and Others Measure Made by Conkling, Bayard and Others Morton and Sherman Have Extracts of Their Former Speeches Brought to Light. SENATE. Washington, Jan. 24 Mr. Conklinr, who wuh entitled to the floor, having not arrived, Mr. Sanront took the floor una upoke in opposition to tho hill. He ar cued that the power to count the elector nl vote was lodtrod in the TreHident of the Senate. Mr. Surpront quoted at length from the Miulmon papers, and argued that the clause of the Constitution in re eard to counting the electoral votes as at first Agreed upon hv the Constitutional Convention read: "The President of the Senate shall open the certificates, and the votes shall then and there be count ed la the presence of the Senate and House of Representatives" It was re ferred to a comm...

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. — 1 February 1877

Political. Political. XLIVth Congress---2nd Session. FINAL PASSAGE OF THE ARBITRATION BILL IN THE SENATE. An Overwhelming Majority Declares in Favor of Justice—Ferry Relieved of Counting the Vote Himself—The Bill Passed by a Vote of 47 to 17—The House Now Discussing The Bill—A Vote Probably to be Reached To- SENATE. WASHINGTON, January 25. The debate In the Senate on the bill reported by the Select Committee in re gard to counting the electoral Vote was continued all night. Mr. Morton, continuing his argument, claimed that the Vice President was not bound to open any fraudulent certificate from a State. If there should be hair a dozen packages from a Stute in his pos session. he was not required to open them all, bnt was only required to open that package which came trora the electors. As an oflicer of the United States, he was bound to take notice as to who was elect ed electors by the States, and act upon hia intelligence, just as other public otti cers. There were two certificate...

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. — 1 February 1877

Th Dkmocbat Is furnished to subscriber at $2 per year; II for six months; nrty cents mr wren monthi, Invariably W tavanee. rmRmoipoNDENCs. containing important news ..ni.. f nil nurii of the county. Writer'! PHIIjlKU I . name and address required on every eommunloa Uoq ai a private guarantee orgooa num. 0...1 ,, r.nu nrw rtnllar ner line per year. No card Inserted for less than three dollars per year. n.inAK. Notlraa iu Item columns, on fifth page . ... . m nor line each iuseillon. If lusuruuu " " r - nrtwi in widliii matter, twenty cenU per Hue No notioe will be luterted for loss than fifty cent Unwed the privilege of Itmuj eUantlug their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad ditional. ' All transient advertisements must be aceompa fF-ed with the cash. i.nrtUomnnhi. to Insure Insertion, mull be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bate of Advertising furnished on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISHED A. D....

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. — 1 February 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L. Manly, our now Rooordei, i Installed Hd attentive to business, All persons having bu siness through the mall wltli the Recorder's of fice nay address Mr. Manly. Alto, at all season Able hour! at the Recorder's office he may be fouud ready for official duty. tf The cheapest place In the olty to buy Groceries la at the Canton Tea House, Shear's Block. WANTED, Ten good aotlve men between twenty-one and forty-five yours old to aell a new medical work, the bent Dolling Book now In the market; good commission or salary will be paid to those that are willing to lake hold and wort. Borne of my agents now selling this work are making one hundred dollars per month and expenses. For particulars address J. N.Holmes, Orrvllle, Wayue county, Ohio. tf For Sals. A good house with five rooms ; good lot with fruit trees, good pump, good collar, near the shops, school, churches and stores ; must be sold or given away. Enquire at Democrat olllce. THE "IRON TRAIL." A spicy sket...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 February 1877

Political. Political. XLIVth Congress------2nd Session. The House Passes the Arbitration Bill by a Vote of 191 to 86. Bill by a Vote of 191 to 86. VERY FEW REPUBLICANS SUPPORT THE BILL —THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE VOTE RECEIVED WITH ENTHUSIASM—THE LAST AGENT OVR. SENATE. WwniKOTON. Jan. 26-It was agreed that the bill reported by the Judiciary Committee lam ueesion, to create a sink ing fund for the (settlement of indebted efladue from Pacific Railroad Co., be taken op at Die expiration of the sesniou to-day, thus becoming the uiiuiiinlied boeinepsat the next Besmon. At the expiration of the morning hour Mr. Jones (Fla.) called up the memorial of the Democratic Prenidential electors of that State, asking that their vote be counted as the trne return, and address ed the Senate, arguing that peace and prosperity existed in Florida. FLORIDA r-RKSlDKNTIAL EIKCT0R8. The morning hoar having expired, Mr. JoDes (Fla.) called up the petition of Democratic Presidential electors of Flor ida, recent...

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. — 1 February 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES ! T he Pormlar Mid old Established Ann of H.W.WERTS&CO ON POPLAR STREET HEAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. , i.ro now ro&dyto moot tlto disiu.inJ of tlie ap proacntug DRIVING SEASON With the MO-t Complete anp Elegant line a all dtiHcrlpllons of Riding Vehicles ! ever put upon the market In this city, Tliolr Stock Umbracoa all kinds and styles of SINGLE & EAMILY WAGONS! ftnnitnintpil In the moHt elegant as well an sub stantial manner, and possesses all the desirable feature of Durability. EASY RIDING! L'and thn most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster- W lng and General Finish. All Work WarraiiP-d. . ' As this firm are sending wagons to all part of Ihe country, all communications win dc careiuuy looked after. H. W. WKKT8 & CO. Canton May 4 tr HOOFING. Get Durable Roo fs OF IRON AND SLATE The undersigned Is now piepared to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING n short not ce and In good workmanlike man ner, and cheap as me cneapesi. i wnuiu win ihe...

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. — 1 February 1877

Local News. Pat McDannel In now watchman at the Marke t itreet railroad crossing. Choice Valencia oranges at Numan & Son's, 3 cents per dozen. " R. B. Cool, the south end druggist, is now con. Yalescent, after two weeks' prosirallon by a sevore fever. Samuel Lelghthelser, of the fourth ward, has received the contract for lighting the street gas lamps for the coming year, at 30 per month. A two year old daughter of John A. Mack, got itr hand caught In a clothes wrii'ger last Thurs day, and the thumb was completely crushed. Among the list of patents recently issued, we notice two to Canton Inventors; Henry FiSher, hone hay fork, and M. L. Ballard, vapor burners. Notwithstanding eleven prisoners were recently removed trom the Stark county jail to the pen itentiary, there still remain about twenty in Jail. The Pittsburgh Ommereial says: "Two ladies are bank directors, one a: Peoria, 111., and the other at Canton, 0." Go away from home for news. . If youcan'not afford a tiger's skin ...

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. — 8 February 1877

V'.V r'rrik lii l -fa I ,,, 1 , I i HI', 1 ' ! ' ti. I- "".' VOL. 43. NO. 36 CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 8, 18TT. A. MeGREGOR & SON Publishers iff 1 vii n aj f CV K Jill UU b L II JLILa h moqnU Circulation - 2,700. "Old Wells" only had a million on the brain. Tilden's Pickett guard has created a panic among the Republican magnates' Hard things may be said about men of the Democratic party, but assuredly neither Wells, Anderson, Cassanave, Lit tlefield, Kenner nor Maddox are Demo- crats. Maddox has made his old Republican friends furious at him for telling the truth about "old Wells" and the $1,000. 000. They are Mad-dogs at him and Lit- tlefield. We will publish next week a history of the early settlement of Sandy township, Extra copies of the paper will be printed to supply those who desire to send copy to their friends at a distance. The Pittsburgh Commercial, Republi can, dubbs the Electoral Commission "The Humbug Commission." This does not look as if that Hayes organ had much fai...

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. — 8 February 1877

Political. THE $1,000,000 JOB. The Counting out of the Tilden Electors in Louisiana. Demanding $200,000 Apiece for Himself Anderson and a Smaller Amount for "the Niggers." FORTHCOMING EVIDENCE THAT THE BOARD WERE IN COLLUSION WITH WELLS. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 1. The astonishing iKscloBiirea made yes terday by Col. Juo. F. Pickett and Joseph II. Maddox in regard to the corrupt pro posals coming from J. Madison Wells, President of the Louisiana Returning Board, have been the absorbing theme of conversation to-day in political cir cles. At half past 10 Maddox made his ap pearance, and Mr. Field at once proceed ed with the examination. He was inter rupted by Gen. Wilson, the( attorney of Wells and Anderson, who demanded that his clients might be present and hear the testimony. This privilege w.is granted but Mr. Field would iot waste time by awaiting their arrival, and began the ex amination by asking the witness whether he had concluded to answer the ques tions put, to him yesterday ...

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. — 8 February 1877

Political. NEXT SENATE AND THE PRESIDENT. From the Philadelphia Times. General Grant assumed the Presiden tial chair eight years ago with his well earned fame at its zenith. He was back ed by the electoral votes of all but six States, a popular majority of over 300, 000, five-sevenths of the House of Repre sentatives and five-sixths of the Senate. He has seen this overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives Bwept away and the party left in a helpless minority. The Senate, being turtner re moved from the influence of popular feel ino. has not been affected by the full force of the tidal wave which carried the Tftmocratic Dartv into the seat of power, but it has still felt the influence of public nninlon and the Bteadily growing distrust of the leaders in whom President Grant confided, and with whom he shared his vast power. In 18G9 there were fifty eieht Renublicans and ten Democrats in the Senate. The year following these Tiiimhnra were increased by the admission of candid...

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. — 8 February 1877

TBt Democrat Is furnished to subscribers at 12 per year, II for lx months; fifty cent fur throe months, Invariably in advance. ConamroNDNC, containing Important uews .iit. tram all niru of the county. Vt Titers name and address required on every commuulea tlon aa a private guaranloe of good faun. n..ui.iaai nariia mm dollar nor line per year, No card inserted for lean limn three dollars per year. Kmlniw Notices In Horn columns, on fifth pago i.m fnrtmi wim rar line each Inseitlon. If Inserted in reading matter, twenty cent per line, No notice will bo inserted for less than fifty cent v.. iWiirtlspm allowed the nrlvltege of Changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad dltlonal. All transient advcrtlsomcnUi must be accompa Died with the cash. Advnrtlsnmeuta. to Insure insertion, mutt be banded in by Weduesday noon. Batetof Advertising furnished on application.' Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISHED A. D. I...

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. — 8 February 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L. Manly, our new Reoordoi, is installed sad attentive to business. All persons having bu siness through the mall with the Recorder's of fice may address Mr. Manly. Also, at all season able hours at the Recorder's office he may be fouud ready for official duty. tf Nothing yet ever discovered like Foye's Ital ian Llulinont. Try and be your own Judge. War ranted. t tsMl WANTED. Ton good active men between twenty-one and forty-five years old to sell a new medical work, the best selling Book now in the market; good commission or salary will be paid to those that are willing to take hold and work. Some of my agents now selling this work are making one hundred dollars per month and expenses. For particulars address J. N.Uolmes, Orrvllle, Wayne couuty, Ohio. 'f For Bale. A good house with five rooms ; good lot wilh fruit trees, good pump, good cellar, near the shops, school, churches and stores; must be old or given away. Enquire at Democrat office. THE "IRON TRAIL."...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 February 1877

Political. Political. XLIVth Congress-----2nd Session. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE YESTERDAY. SENATE. WASHINGTON, January 31. President pro tempore laid before the 8enate a communication, signed by bsso ciate Justices Clifford, Strong, Miller and Field, of the United States Supreme that thev met yeeter- day, iu pursuance of the Electoral Count bill, and seiecieu aeuraio P. Bradley, fifth Associate Justice upon the Coin mission. Frank Hereford, elected Senator from West Virginia, took the oath office. The Chair laid before the Senate cre j ..:..i f inhn ft Mi'Pherson. elected United States Senator from the fatate of New Jersey, Placeil on i me. At the expiiation of the morning hour consideration was resumed of unfinished business, (the bill to amend the Pacific Railroad acts so as to create a sinking fund for the liquidation of lndebtednes j. .i. rirornmntl. and Mr. Inur- man continued his remarks in favor ot the Judiciary Committee's report. Mestrs. Bogy and Sherman favored ...

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. — 8 February 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! T he Topular and old Established Brm of RW.VERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET HEAR TUB M, E. ClIVRCU, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to moot the demand of ;tho ap proaehing DRIVING SEASON ! With the most Complete anp Elegant line o all descriptions of Riding Vehicles ! e?or put upon the market In this city, Tholr Stock embraces all kinds and styles of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS! Constructed In the most elennnt as well as sub stantial manner, and possesses all tho desirable features of Durability. 77 av prnrwa i m j j. j j. a. . j. ' . . And the most perfect taste in Painting, Upholster imrBiiel General Finish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagon tn all parts of the country, all cominniilcalions.wiu De careiuiiy iooaea aiier. a. . nama u vv, Canton Jay 4 tf , ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs OF IRON AND SLATE The undersigned Is now piepared to put on TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING On short notice and in good workmanlike man ner, and cheap as me cneapesi. i wouia...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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