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

The Democrat. "Ye" poBlniHster of Alliance who also ruim a ptipiT, seems to be of little faith in one direction, but of any amoiiut inanothor. For inatunce.he went forthe Carroll C7iwu'c.;,at'Cu8iiiK the Chronicle of "Diibliphini? fulne statements of the Bay "ings of political opponents. In last week's "Clirouidc appears no less than six times "the following: Nuw Yohk, November 8, 1876, To Governor L. M. Stearns, Tallahassee, Florida "Hold Florida for Hayes and Wheeler Money and troops will ne sent you. "Z. ClJANDLKR, "ZachChandler pronounces the above a 'bs&eforgmi, and the Chronicle man has "no doubt seen the denial, even oftener "than he has published the falsehood." The Chronicle gets back at functionary thus : The above exhibits a sensitivenes which is expected of all angelic post masters, but we will be charitable enonui tn hfilive that Gillespie has only ex Dressed the partisan view of the situa tinn. The Associated Press rei orts however are not so partisan as Gillespie ...

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. — 15 February 1877

it-., ' T"rW Mil (SF-jL l! (1 ) w ot VOL. 43. NO. 37 CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 15, 1877. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers ghc gjenwqnt. Circulation 2,700. Only seventeen more days of Grant and then, what? Gbn. Barlow, Republican visitor to Florida, and Congressman Furman agree that Florida went for Tilden. Judge Thurman's able speech on the Electoral Commission bill will be found in this paper. It will repay a careful reading. Mr, Paynb, according to a Washing ton correspondent, expressed hinmelf af ter the Florida decision had been ren dered : "I find that judges are like some other men." via wens is nappy now, as he is aware the Electoral Commission will not enquire into his villainies, but may en dorse his 'count.' It is a blackmail scheme, says old Si mon Cameron, of the widow who is su ing mm for breach of promise. But it is a woman that is after Simon. Onio harbors will secure the following appropriations if the harbor bill passes the House as reported : Cleveland break- " water ...

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. — 15 February 1877

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. [For the Stark County DEMOCRAT.] HISTORY OF THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF SANDY TOWNSHIP, STARK COUNTY. The first settlement in what in now Sandy towriBhip, waemaile by Ihkhc Vmi Meter in the sprint,' of 1805. He came c. Ttmoka nniintv. Virginia, with, ft wife and child, accompanied by his father-in-law, James Downing, Sr., who had nrevioimlv entered the land upon which kov intnn1nrt inukina an opeiiinir. Their outfit, consisting of several cooking uten sils, a lew tools, a little bedding and some Brovision, was carried on pack-saddles. An roucliinff tllfi land (1)8 n. 6. 0!'. Of sec. 29, still known as the Downing tract, they made a temporary shelter for Mrs Van Meter ; then, clearing away a small piece of ground, with the help of several friendly Indians, soon had a cabin raised and covered. Their furniture was such as could be made in the woods with an axe and auger. Thev constructed a sort of plough with a wooden mould-board, mmta home- made "cears" ont o...

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. — 15 February 1877

Political. Political. THE ELECTORAL COUNT BILL SPEECH OF SPEECH OF SENATOR A. G. THURMAN, Delivered in the Senate, January 24— Evening Session. [From the Congressional Record, January 25.] v Mr. Thurman Mr. President, if there were fit opportunity I should be disposed to discuss this bill more fully perhaps than I ever yet have discussed a measure in the Senate. I should be disposed to gi ve at very considerable longth.and with much historic illustration and much ref erence to authorities the reasons which have brought my mind to the conclusion which I have leached to support this bill and to support it earnestly and also with something of holiness, aud no' small ref erence to authority and the opinions of able men who have lived in this country and whose names are revered, to that not one single point of opposition that has been made against this bill can, be sua tained by sound reasoning or by any res' But I am admonish rectable authority ed by the lateness of the hour, by the fa-...

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. — 15 February 1877

TM Democrat lnmUr pSyear; tl totMx-mTmiTttftrciuli for tr mouth. lnvariaDiy ui uv. C0BWNDcm. coining Important new .elicited from all part of the countf. Writer name ana aaares reqmi tinn u a private guarantee or gooa . ... Ar.Ur mir line oer VeAT. No Business uru ..v.. r- rd Iworted for low than three dollar, per year. Business Notice In Item column, on fifth page. luerted for ton cent per line eaon m reading matter, twenty oenti per line, nftti will b 3 lurtel fjr lew th w Hfty cant Yearly advertisers allowed thelorlvllogo of Ohanglug their advertiscme quw,. Double column advorttsemonta 25 per cent ad. dltlonal. . All transleut advertisement muat be aoeompa nled with the cash, n.,oni in Insure Insertion, mud be JUlTWIIWUBUHi ' - handed In by Wednesday noon, gateaof Advertising furnUhed on application A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. he gjemoqat ESTABLISHED A. D. 1 83 3. A. McGREGOR, Editor. Aptbb Louisiana, Oregon and Cronin Tdbrr is ground for hope, but little fnr i-nnfldence...

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. — 15 February 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L. Manly, out now Reoordei, in installed ud attentive to business. All persona having bu tines through tba mall with the Recorder' of ice may address Mr. Manly. AIko, at all season able hour at the Recorder's office he may be fcuud ready for official duty. tf otklag yet ovor discovered like oyo'i Ital ian Liniment. Try and be your own Judge, War tan tod. ' WANTED. Ten good active men between twenty-one and torty-Bve yean old to sell a new medloal work, the beat wiling Book now in the market; good ommlsslon 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.Uolmei, Orrvllle, Wayne ounty, Ohio. tf For Bale. A good house with five rooms; good tot with 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" A spicy sketch des...

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. — 15 February 1877

Political. Continued from Third Page. the present content a elect. How then could anybody expect that your committee would undertake a tuk that would make thin bill a o dete that would be certain to defeat it and hold them up aa mere partisans, or as men without sense in the conduct of public affaire? , Sir. we took the only course that was open to us. We provided a ; tribunal, just as individuals who cannot settle their controversies must ro to the courts in or der that they may be nettled by a judicial tribunal. JuhI so when these two Hons, es cannot aree, they must call in the benefit of an honest, able and learned tribunal, end weigh its db?0T they ultimately decide; and that is all this bill does. Therefore it. is that this bill leaves everv question to this tribunal with the power, as I said before, of re view and reversal by the two Houses. I will Bpeak about that presently. It de cides not one of them, it does not intend to decide one of them, except one single one; that in,...

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. — 15 February 1877

CARRIAGES. ! CARRIAGES ! The Popular and old Established firm of H.W.VERTS6C0. ON POPLAR STREET NEAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to moot the demand of .the ap proacniug DRIVING SEASON I With the most Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of Riding V 'hides ! ever put upon the market la this olty, Their Stock embraces all kinds and stylos of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS ! Constructed In the most eleeant as well as sub tantlal manner, and possesses all the desirable features ol uuraoiuty. EASY RIDING! And the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster Insane! General Finish. All Work Warranted. As this Arm are sending; wagons to all parts of the country, all communicationsWiu De careiuiiy tookea alter, a., w. niaia at w. Canton ifay 4 tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs 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 Far...

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. — 15 February 1877

The Democrat. The Democrat. ELECTORAL TRIBUNAL. Proceedings Tuesday in the Louisiana Case. ARGUMENTS BY DEMOCRATIC COUNSEL. WASHINGTON, February 13. At Ihe meeting of the Electoral Com. (n.,lAV. Senator Thurman was ab nt owine to sickness, and after a delay fiOPn minutes the Senator arrived Ten minutes later the argument was begun by Senator McDonald wno .up ported the obJecUonB to the Hayes cer tltWes from Louisiana. u. MrDonald referred to previous rv!nnal action and laws to show that a returning board had no power to look into the irregularities of an election unless the proper foundation is laid by a ..t.mi,t of the supervisors of registra- tion or commissioners of election or other Trm,fir affidavits. In the election of 1872 nf Louisiana had been rejected because the Returning Board had not implied with the law, and they now proposed to show that the law had not been complied witn in me pr.ui k rnmilar majority had been returned in one way and that majority had been re versed b...

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. — 22 February 1877

1 n f, (TO 53 VOL. 43. NO. 38 CANTON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 22, 1877. A. MeGREGOR & SON Publishers She cmaqnt Circulation - 2,700. Louisiana, like Florida, was scored for Rutherford the usurper. Thb United States Government is about to declare war against Bonn Piatt- No man worthy of the office of Presi dent should be willing to hold it if count' edin or winced there by fraud Grant. We commend the above to r. b. hayes. "Thb Indian fight on Sandy" will be found on our second page, It is worth leading, and carries us back to a period prior to the settlement of this region the Caucasian race. by Thb Democratic members of Congress roiirmnHprl considerably Monday. but n .1 nnnnlnninTi an in a. nnlhw in dicating determined lawful opposition to tne myesiranu, Tit at Virtivn nl d Governor Wells, and his colleagues of the Returning Board. Republican papers. Hp rVllnl has not one friend wh is an honest man." Gen. Sheridan's letter to Grunt. Grandmother Taft, Zach Chandler and others at Washingto...

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. — 22 February 1877

Miscellaneous. [For the Democrat.] [For the Democrat.] THE INDIAN FIGHT ON SANDY. Previous to the defeat of the Indians by Gen. Wayne in 1791, the inliabitanlH of western Penney tvtiniH and Virginia were subject to frequent invasion!! by predittory bands. Horses were stolen, murders committed, property destroyed and children carried into captivity. As n measure' of protection to tln se people, the general government authorized the formation of Bconting parties, known as "scoute" or "spies," whose duty it was to reconnoiter the country beyond the Ohio, and as far went as the Tuscarawas river. At that time this vast territory was unin habited except by Indians, Theso scout ing parties were made up of men inured to hardships, and accustomed to the pri vations and exposure incident to border life. Many of them bad encountered In dians before, and knew Bomotliing of their habita and mode of warfare. They received from Government monthly pay and what ammunition they required, fur nishing ...

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. — 22 February 1877

Political. LOUISIANA. Attempted Assassination of Acting Attempted Assassination of Acting Governor Packard—The Latter and the Would be Assassin Slightly Wounded. NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 15, 1877. An extra of the Timet has the following; At half past 11 o'clock the vicinity of Governor's room, in St. Louis street State House, rang with the sharp report of two pistol shots fired almost simulta neously and in au instant there was tense excitement abroad and rapid hur rying of a crowd toward the Gubernatori al apartments: There it transpired that Mr. Packard while surrounded bv a half dozen callers had been suddenly approached by one the narties. who, drawing a pistol level! ed it at Packard's heart at almost blank range and pulled the tri(;ger.At very insiuiii mtKaru nu m n- ure?njuu down, and simultaneously with movement, the weapon exploded, the shot struck Mr. Packard in the knee. At that instant Mr. Packard closed the man and threw him to the floor. Diligent inquiry failed to divulge the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 February 1877

Xh x Dmocsat l furnished to subscribers at 2 per year; $1 for nix months; fifty cents for threo months, invariably in advance. Cobrkspondkncb, containing Important new aollolted from all rarts of the eouiay. Writer's name and address required on every coinmtinica tion a a private guaranioe of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No Card Inserted for less than threo dollars per year. Business Notlees In Item columns, on fifth psga, inserted for ton cents per line each Insertion. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty cents por une. No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cents. Yearly advertisers allowod the privilege of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Dauble column advertisement 26 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisement must be accompa nied with the cash. Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, must be banded in by Wednesday noon, Bates or Advertising 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. — 22 February 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L. Manly, our now Reoordoi, Is Installed Hd atleiitlvo to business. All persons having business through the mall with the Recorder' iflce may address Mr. Manly. Also, at all season able iiours at the Recorder's, office he may found ready for official duty.. tf Nothing yet evor discovered like Foye's Italian Liniment. Try and be your own Judge. War ranted.1 ' 'e8-4t WANTED. Ten 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 gents now selling this work are making one hundred dollars per month and expenses. For particulars address J. N.Holmes, Orrvlllo, Wayne county, Ohio. tf $30,000,00 Thirty thousand dollars worth of Ready-made Clothing Is now leing almost given away at M. Ruhman's, the oldest Clothing House In the city. These goods are the very best, and will be sold at a great red...

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. — 22 February 1877

Select Story. FAITHFUL DHU. Among the formers in the market place at Falkirk stood Duncan MacGreg or. He had come down from his among the mountains of Argylcshire sheep, and having finished his business, was preparing for his journey home, which lay through Borne of the finest scenery in Argylshiro. As he turned into his stable yard where his horse put up, his attention was called by howling of a dog, evidently in great pain. Turning round, he saw a coolie puppy, which had just received a kick from drunken farmer, who was now reeling out of sight. MacGregor picked up dog, and, upon examination, found of his forelegs broken. Carrying him into the inn, he Inquired ;to whom it Nobody knew anything about him. lie looked starved and miserable, and evidently had been neglected for sev eral days. On finding himself gently handled and spoken to, the puppy off howling, and looked at his new pro tector with an expression of astonish ment, evidently unaccustomed to such usage, which soon turne...

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. — 22 February 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! The Popular and old Established firm of RW.WERTSM ON POPLAR STREET NEAR THE M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OIIIO, Are now ready to meet tha demand of Ithe ap proacning DRIVING SEASON ! With tha most Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of Rtdtng Vehicles I ever put upon the market In this city, Their Stock embraces all kinds and stylos of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS I Constructed In tho most elegnnt as well as 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. As this firm are sending wagons to all part of the country, all communlcatlonslwill be carefully looked after. H. W. WEKTS 6c CO. Canton Jfay 4 tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roof s OF IRON AND SLATE. The undorslgued Ii 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 attonllon of Farmer...

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. — 22 February 1877

Local News. Wheat looks splendid, 10 do the latent stylos In prtng bonnets. J. H. tower, of Grecnsburgh, fa., ll visiting Kev. W, H. Locke and family A good town for chronic "bums" to locate would be Brace-vllle, Trumlull county. 'A" Coffee Sugar, U cents, at NUMAN & SON'S. Chrinlsn Vngelgcsang, an old Cantonlan, now a citizen of Winchester, Teunewee, li viklUug Irlends in this city. his J. M. Stcvenion Ins renovated, renewed and generally overhauled the old Jackson noteiou Horlh Market street. There have be n many times when desirable dwelling v-ere not as difficult for renters to Dun In Can km at they are this season. Mr.C. H. Jsckson.of this city, started on a busi net trip to California lact Thursday In the Inter bt of the Ditbold Safe Company. Last Suni'ay genuine gritty dust was blown about ihe ureets in great profusion, but before Holiday morning the snow settled it. There was an unusually large number of rural folks in town last Saturday, and business with merchants and ...

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. — 1 March 1877

J", -wJ lt.il ' '.''Ml 'VI 'I ,1 I II'IM'B 'liii'l :.' I , .n. 11 it VOL. 43. NO. 39 CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 1, 1877. A. MeGREGOR & SON Publishers , hc emoctiut Circulation - 2,700. We favor and sustain law and right. but not lawlessness and fraud. S. G. McKeb has our thanks for files of Louisville, Kentucky, papers. Two Russian Dukes, sons of the Czar, are doing New York. They have their vessels along. Senator John Sherman spent Thurs day and Friday at Columbus, counsel ing with Hayes.. "Pennsylvania Deitsh" fum Pit Schwef- flebrenner, on the 7th page. Read it, he explains Louisiana. Thb Massillon Independent rejoices over Hayesand the Wells Commission perjury and fraud. We expected it. It is some satisfaction these days that a strong Republican city like Pittsburgh elects a Democratic Mayor by about a thousand. . A Democrat, the other day, saluted group of Republicans with, "Hurrah for Justice and right, and down with frauds." The silence gave evidence that they were hit, and that...

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. — 1 March 1877

f he 0tt;oqitt. AVENGING A GREAT CRIME. THE APPROACHING EXECUTION OF BISHOP LEE FOR THE MOUNTAIN MEADOW MASSACRE. What McKean Utah, Says of the Present Status of Mormonism. ' It will be remembered that a recent dispatch from Salt Lake City announced that all hope of saving the life of liishop Lee, the convicted leader in the Moun tain Meadow massacre, had been abitn ilnnpfl. and that the day on which Lee is to be shot would soon be appointed by the Court. Learning that Judge McLean of the Uuited States District Court for Utah, wan stopping at the Aator House, a World reporter questioned him as to the circumstances of that horrible crime and the steps taken by the Judge and others to bring the perpetrators to justice. "I suppose your memory does not ex tend back to the time of the muBflacre it sol t' said Judee McKean. "It was in 10r,7nirttrila tllfl full of that Vettf. I iUUI (,VlV-M . think. So you see it is almost twenty President Pierce had appoint ed Brigham Young to be Territor...

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 March 1877

Political. Political. D. P. AT THE CAPITAL, Special Correspondence of the Enquirer. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877. The corrupt conduct of the high Trihu. nal selected to adjudicate upon the fraud ulent attempt of a deteuted faction to seize the Presidency has created the wild est excitement that has yet visited tho National Capital. To this I added by an editorial in Sunday's Capital commenting upon the outrage. The Republican offi cials became excessively alarmed,or pre tended alarm, and the journals this morn ingDaily Republican (acknowledged organ) and the Washington Nation are grossly indignant over what they insist is seditious, treasonable and a suggestion of assapsination. The Republican reprints the following ; ''If a man thus returned to power can ride in safely from the Executive Man sion to the Capitol, to be inaugurated, we are fitted for the slavery that will fol low the inauguration. And wants to know, you know, why the law is not evoked to punish the sedi tious and...

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