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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 March 1877

Thi Democrat U furnished to subscribers at 12 per year; II for tx month; OftyoouU for throe months. Invariably in advanoe, CoRBttfONMNCl. containing Important news wllclted from all parti of the county. Writer's name and address required on every cnmmuulca tlon u a private guarantee of good Mth. t. r.ni. mm dollar ner line nor year. No card Inserted for low than three dollar! por yoar, nminiva Notices In Item column!, on flah psgo Insertod for Km ceirts per line each liueitlon. Inserted In reading matter, twenty cenis per mm, No notice will be lnsortod for less than arty cents. v.. j ..iriiUAr .Unwed the nrlvllogo of ...v... Changlug their advertlseme-tU quarterly. Double column advertisements 25 per cent ad ditional, All transient advertisements must he aoeompa Died with the cash, Advertisements, to Insure Insertion, mtwf be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bate of Advertising furnlshod on application. Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio. Iw gjtmoquf. 4 ES...

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 March 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L. Manly, out new Reoordol, li initialled and attentive to business. All persona having bu Bluest through the mall with the Recorder's of fice mar address Mr. Manly. Also, at all season- able hours at the Recorder's ofllce ht may be fouud ready for'offlolal duty, tf Nothlarjct ever discovered like Foyo'a ltal lay Liniment. Try and be your own judge. War ranted. io-t Boat oarbon oil, 85 eta. por gallon, at the Canton Tea House, Shear's Block. 81 DD ALL'S DENTAL OFFICE will continue to be kept open for business as usual, and compoleut assistance will be on hand to give proper attention to all customers. -Offlce at the old place, in Uarter's Block, Marl-tf. CHEAP CARPETS! Mo such opportunity as this ever offered In Can ton not even by shoddy sample aaenls. J. 0. Palmer, 80 South Market street, is taking orders for BODY BRUSSELS at 1.50, and TAFE8TRY BRUSSELSat 81.00 Call at 80 South Market, near post ofllce. ATTENTION I We want no going behind the returns, bat we...

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. — 1 March 1877

Political. LOUISIANA. SPEECHES IN THE HOUSE. SEELYE AND PIERCE, REPUBLICANS, VOTE AGAINST COUNTING LOUISIANA FOR HAYES. The discussion in the House on the 20th ult on counting Louisiana was one of deep interest. Earn speaker was limit ed to some ten minuteB, and hence speech es were brief. Such interest as the debate bad centred on two Representatives from Massachusetts, Suelye Biid Tierce, who bave uniformly acted with the Republi can party the winter through, and now faced the decision of the commission with a prompt denial of the right of Hayes to the vote of Louisiana. As for the other speeches, there was this change in the spirit of debate. The moral sense of the House, its conscious right, lay with the Democratic speakers. All the morning Garfield sat by Pierce, of. Mas sachusetts, pleading, begging, reasoning witn him. Pierce spoke in spite of Oar Held, and backed bis speech by his vote. MR. SEELYE'S SPEECH. Mr Speaker It is. perhaps, generally true that in discussions so ear...

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 March 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! The Popular aud Old Established firm of EW.WERTS&CO. ON POPLAR STREET NXAS THB M, B. CIIUKCB, CANTON, OHIO. Are now ready to meet the demand of Ithe ap proacning DRIVING SEASON ! With the most Complete anp Elegant Hue of all descriptions of Riding Vehicles ! ' ever put upon the market in this city, Their Block embraces alUlnds and styles of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS'. Constructed in the most elegant as well as sub etaiitlal manner, and possesses all the desirable features of uuramiuy. EASY XWING ! And the most perfect taste in Painting, Cpholster i,,o,, dtnural Flnli.li All Work Warranted. A this firm are sending wagons to all parts of the country, all communicatiniisjwlll be carefully looaeu aner. . . w Canton Afay 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 Farmers to my I...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 1 March 1877

ghc gemoqnt XLIVth Congress—Second Session. OREGON COUNTED FOR HAYES. Washington, February 24. The two limiM rf (Jonirt-?B8 mot in joint conven tion at noon, and the decimon touching the votes from Oregon was read. 1 . The brief grounds of the decision is that the votes of W. IN. Uiien, J. u i"- wright and -J. W. Watts are tne votes 10 ha Wnllvounted as certified in certifi cate No. 1, namely, three votes for Hayes and Wheeler, the evidence showing them to have Deen iawiuiiy appoimeu. Objections to the Decision of Oregon. Senator Kelly objected to the decision on the fcllowing grounds : First That Watts was not elecled. Second That he was not appointed. Third That he was disqualified to re ceive any appointment as Presidential Elector, or to sit as such, in that he held nofficeof trust and profit under the United States. Fourth That Cronin was elected Pres idential Elector for Oregon, and, in ac cordance with the law, cast a legal vote, aa such elector, for Tilden, and that such vot...

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 March 1877

. ' .-.. .'J-ViisY. i'-.j It i ( iMNfl Vi Ik I i if, ft ' i LA. m v W WAV a. VOL. 43. NO. 40 CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 8, 1871 A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers hc emoqiiU Circulation - . 2,700. Our gallant young rooster well knows that we won, And denounces the fraud that these fellows have done, Retnrning Board Hayes then, may do as he will The PEOPLE well know he's a oonnterfelt bill, So hurrah tor the Right-soon will Justice prevail, For In this noble light there's no such word as fail "I crow because my candidate hss 2(14,000 ma. jorltyoa the popular rote) and 23 majority of the electoral rutos. Read Judge Black's scathing talk on the Electoral Commission In this paper. No man could keep a cabbage for a day with a title so bad as that of his fraudu lency to the Presidency. New Hampshire election takes place next Tuesday. Members for the pres ent Congress will be chosen. Thb Repository last week dawdled over "the Oregon case," but had nothing to say about the Florida and Louisiana Stat...

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. — 8 March 1877

Political. CREAM OF THE DEBATE. BRIEF EXTRACTS FROM RECENT SPEECHES IN CONGRESS. How the Commission Set Aside Its Sworn Duty. To Whom Hayes will be Indebted for Office. [Speech Hon. T. L. Jones, of Kentucky.] i. It uiiiy be vre shall; soon have, manga rated a man as President of the United . States who was never elected, but repu t diated by a majority of the States, and by a popular vote of more than three hund red thousand men. Arid to whom, sir, will he be chiefly indebled for his office? Look below us, sir, now confined and guilty in the cellars of this Capitol, in stead of being at hard labor in some pen itentiary for their crimes, and you can Bee the four creatures, as you hve seen them at that bar, two white men and two negroes, who silenced the voice of eight ' thousand men of Louisiana, the logal ma jority for Tilden, and swore away in a lie that will rankle forever the State for ' llayes. These men are our prisoners, ! but they are also our masters. "To the victors belong ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 March 1877

Political. Political. A LAST BLAST. Judge Black's Closing Talk to the Electoral Commission. ELOQUENCE, SARCASM, RIDICULE AND CONTEMPT. A MAN TALKING TO THE FORESWORN JUDGES WHO KNOWS THEM. [Judge J. S. Black before Commission on the South Carolina case, Tuesday, February 27.] Mr. Black. I am, I suppose, the very last man in this whole nation who should be called upon to speak here and now. Everybody has suffered more or less by events and proceedings of the recent past, some by wear and tear of conscience, and some by a deep sense of oppression and wrong. But perhaps I, more than most others, have felt the consciousness that I have lost the dignity of an American citizen. I, in common, with the rest, am degraded and humiliat ed. This nation has got her great big foot in a trap. It is vain to straggle for her extrication. .' ' .; ' i I am so fallen from (he proud estate of a free citizen, you have so abjected me that I am fit for nothing on earth but to represent the poor, defrauded,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 March 1877

Tm Dumocrat 1i furnished to subscribe at 12 per year, H for ilx months; fifty conU for three monthi, Invariably In advance. Corrbipondinci, containing Important news lollclted from all parU of the county. Wrltor'i name and address required on every commuulca t Ion m a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per yoar. No card Inserted for lota than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns, on firth page, I naartAri far tan R!rX nfir llufl each lnWltlOn. If Inserted In reading matter, twenty oents per line. No notice will bo inserted for less than fifty oeuti. Yearly advertisers allowed the nrlvlloge of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per cent ad ditional. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to Insure insertion, Mil be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of Advertising furnlshod on application. Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton, Ohio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 March 1877

Business Items. Mr, P, L, Manly, our new Rooordoi, lit installed tad attentive to biuincia. All Demons having bu siness through the mall with the Recorder' of fice ma address Mr, Manly. Alio, at all seuson. able hour at the Recorder's office he may be fouud ready for official duty. tf COW LOST, On last Sunday night from the roildence of the undersigned ou the Joseph Meyer farm near the lake, a three-year old heifer, of medium size, (potted white and yellow, large horm, short tall, caving been bit oil' and Dot yet healed up, A lib eral reward will be given for the recovery of the animal to , ,. N1CIIULA8 HOOVLliR, xnchl-7 i Canton, 0. SIDDALL'S DENTAL OKFICK Kill continue to be kept open for business aa usual, and competent assistance will be on hand to give proper attention to all customers. M-OfQce at the old place, iu Harter'a Block, Marl-tf. REMOVAL. John Marburger, dealer tn Tobacco, Cigars and Smoking Articles generally has removed his stock from Trump's Block to No, 28 South M...

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 March 1877

XLIVth Congress—Second Session. THE FRAUD CONSUMMATED. Exciting Times in the House. MEMBERS SHRIEKING FOR RECOGNITION. COGNITION, A Twelve Hour Session on Vermont. mont. The Objections Voted The Objections Voted Down. The Two Houses Had All Night Sessions. fiiODBi WASHINGTON, March 1. HOUSE. passage some removing political diBRDiiiues, O'Krien moved a call of the House. The Speaker counted the house and found a quorum present, ana so anooun led. Mr. Walling submitted that the roll had to be called to verify the fact. ' The Speaker stated that a motion for the call of the house was in ordr. The Chair regarded it of a dilatory character, but was hound to submit it. Mr. O'Brien inquired whether it was not within the knowledge of the Chair that in former Congresses there were cilia of the House, even when it had been ascertained that a qnorum was nreflent. The Speaker replied that that had oc curred where gentlemen had declined to vote, and that while it wasauowame un der the rules of t...

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 March 1877

CARRIAGES. T he Popular and old Established firm of: H.W.WERTS6C0 .! ON POPLAR STREET ! NEAR TUB if, B. CHURCH, CANTOS, OHIO. Are now roadyto meet the demand of .the ap , i preaching . , , DRIVING SEASON With the most Complete anp Elegant Hue. o .., alldcscrlpllonsof , . Riding Vehicles ! ,. evor put upon the market In this city, Their Stock embraces all kinds and stylos of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS I rvinixuerd In the most elccant as well as sub stantial manner, and possesses all the desirable features or uuraDiiity. EASY RIDING ! And the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster ing inrl nneral Finish. All Work Warranted. As this firm are sending wagons to all parts of he country, all communications;wiii do caremuy looked after. H. W. WKRTS 4 CO. Canton ifay 4 tr . 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 atte...

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. — 8 March 1877

lie m:oqat. HAYES'S INAUGURAL HE FALLS BACK ON HIS ACCEPTANCE LETTER. Usurper Hayes Takes Possession. WASHINGTON, March 5. Fullow Citizens: We liavelassembled to repeat the public ceremonial begun by Washington, obterved by all my preae censors and now a time-honored custom which makes the commencement of new term in the presidential offce. Call ed to the duties of this reat trust, I pro ceed in compliance with usage to an nounce some of the leading principles on the subjects that now chiefly engage the public attention, by which is my desire to be guided in tne dtscuarge 01 inose duties. I shall not undertake to lay down.irre vocably. principles or measures of ad ministration, but rather to speak of the motives which should animate us, and to Buccest certain important ends to be at taiued in accordance with our instructions and essential to the welfare of our coun trv. At the out set of the decisions which precede the recent presidential election it seemed to me fitting that I shou...

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 March 1877

VOL. 43. NO. 41 CANTON, OHIO, MARCH 15, 1877. A. McGREGOR & SON Publishers hccmoqut Circulation - 2,700. Our gallant young rooatcr well know tnatwe won, And denounces the fraud that these fellowi have done. Betnrnlng Board Hayes then, may do as he will, The PEOPLE well know he's a counterfeit bill, Bo hurrah tor the Right-soon will Justice prevail, For In this noble fight there's no such word as fail. "I crow ber ause my candidate has 204,000 ma jority on the popular Totej and 23 majority of the electoral rotes. J). THE POLITICAL GAMBLERS. Frauds and stock-jobbers in power at Washington, are manipulating with a view to hold their power in the United States Senate, hoping thereby to hold that body for at least four years hence. Morton's committee on elections have agreed, by a party vote, to recommend the admission of Kellogg as Senator from Louisiana. He is the Packard Legisla ture candidate. The same committee will also recommend the Chamberlain Senators from South Carolina. Th...

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 March 1877

Site Mtnrk gnats gtmotnt, nntmt 0(io, Sthmsdas, SH' 1$77. Political. THE PRESIDENTIAL COUNT. Speech of Henry Watterson on the Oregon Decision. Delivered in the House, March 1st. Mr. Speaker :-I hall join in no move ment to obstruct the progress of the Preri dentin, count. If the deed Is to be done, and sure all of us know it is to be done, .. f,a Anna, 'twere "'twere riouer uu v.- - . done quickly." No man has worked harder or longer than I have to prevent it. No man is more hurt by it than I am, but, as matters stand, it is inevitable. The power does not exist to p"c w whom the people elected in the Tresi dential office. The power does not exist to put an estoppel upon the inauguration tih. mon whom the people did not elect. ,r0v Ifid bv the General-in-Chief, is here ready to escort bim to the door of the White House; the uinei jaB.ou Btands at the door ready to receive him j the Chief-Justice, attended by a majority of the Supreme Court, is within ready to oiniatorto him the oath ...

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 March 1877

XLIVth Congress—Second Session. CLOSING SCENES AND DOINGS OF THE FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. The House a Resolution Declaring Tilden Elected—The Army Appropriation Bill Fails to Get Through—Democrats Persistently Refuse to Have Tackled on the Bill a Clause Allowing the President to Use the Army at His Discretion and thus Defeat the Measure—A Good Day's Work Done—Animated and Spicy Debate. THE SENATE. WASHINGTON, March 3, 1877. Mr. Sherman called up the bill reported by the Committee on in accordance with the message the President to aid in the resumption specie payments. Mr, Cockrcll moved that further con sideration of the bill be postponed the first Wednesday in December Agreed to yeas 27, nays 22. The Conference Committee's report the fortification bill was agreed to. Also, the Conference Committee's report on naval appropriation bill, which is sub stantially the naval appropriation bill last year, except it appropriated about 5850,000 more tor tne pay ot tne navy. The resolution annu...

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 March 1877

g7 M founts tmetni, anltnt, 1b, glmrsfag, .pHV 7j 7fl7;. 'J Xui Democrat Is furnished to subscribers at2 per yew; II for six months; fifty oeuU for throe months, Invariably in advauce. CoRKmpoNDiiNCi, containing Important now tollclted from all part of the county. Writer1! name and address required on every cnmmuulca tlon aa a private guarantee of good faith. Builnen Cardi one dollar per line per yoar. No card Inserted for low than three dollars per year. Business Notices In Item columns, on fifth page, Inserted for ten cents per lino eaoh Insoitton. If lnaerted In reading matter, twenty eenU per line. Do notice will be Inserted for loss than fifty centi. Yearly advertise allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 26 per ocnt ad dltlonal. All transient advertisements must be accompa nied with the cash, Advertisements, to insure insertion, must be handed In by Wednesday noon. Bales of Advertising furnished on application. to & SO...

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 March 1877

Business Items. Mr. P. L, Manly, our new Recordot, la Installed and attentive to business. All iiersons having bu siness through, the mall with the Recorder's of fice may address Mr. Manly. Also, at all aeiicon able hours at the Rcoordur's ofllce he may be found ready for official duty. tf SIDDALL'8 DENTAL OFFICE will continue to be kept open for business aa usual, and competent analntauce will be on -hand to give proper attention to all customers. 49-Office at the old place, In Harter) Block. Marltf. WANTED-TO BOBUOW, two hundred dollars for four years, on first mort gage good city property, at 8 per cont. Enquire at this office. RKMOVAL. Having Bold out my stock the office will be kept in Sam. Alexander') clothing store, In Cas tally's Corner Block, All person) indebted to me will please call there for settlement. marl5-wo H. ALEXANDER. THE "IRON TRAIL." A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip over the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Jee Railroad, the beauties, scenery and pleasure resort...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 March 1877

J Political. THE DEBATE. Senator Bayard Finishes His Speech and Morton and Blaine Reply—Grover Objected to. WASHINGTON, March 7 Immediately after the reading of the journal of yesterday's proceedings, Mr, "Wallace (Dem., Pa.) arose to a question of privilege, and said the Senator-elect from Oregon, the Hon. Lafayette trover. was present, and he moyed that he be sworn. The Vice President requested Mr, Gro wer to present himself at the desk to take the oath of office. Mr, Grover was then escorted to the desk by Mr. "Wallace, and as the Vice President arose to administer the oath Mr. Hamlin of Maine, said the Senator from Oregon (Mr. Mitchell) was not in hie seat, and he therefore objected to the oath being administered to Mr. Grover, as he understood that that Senator had some papers bearing on the case of Mr, Grover. Mr. Wallace said as a Senator of the "United States he presented the Senator elect from Oregon, and hoped he would be sworn in. Mr. Hamlin said as a Senator of the Unite...

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 March 1877

CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES! The Popular and old Established firm of ew. warns ca ON POPLAR STREET HEAR TUB it, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO, Are now ready to meat the demand of the ep preaching DRIVING SEASON ! With the most Complete anp Elegant line of all descriptions of Riding Vehicles ! ever put upon the market In this city, Their Stock embraces all kinds and styles of SINGLE & FAMILY WAGONS! Constructed In the moBt eleorant as well as sub. ctantlal manner, and possesses all the desirable leatures 01 uuraDiiity, xEASY RIDING! And the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster ing and General Finish. All Work Warranted. Aa this firm are sending wagons to all parts of tne country, an communicauonsiwiii oe careiully uwku ninjr. a. yy. wjiiKia et tu. Canton Jfay 4 tf ROOFING. Get Durable Roo fs OF IRON AND SLATE. The undersigned la now piepared 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
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