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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 December 1869

--. rr if 'ilhT ; fsavi ,ni;r.':i 1 i Y Llf MUX M i 5 1 : 1 ! Y V . w ' ..'"M"i it i ; i jk ICT ;t,V --J'm : I f- " mffTf'.Trr t : "VOLUME 36. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, DECEMBER 29, 1869. Ik ' DAUCHY'S'NEW YORK C8CLY ACEXCY. 1 - ft. VrdllrFKD lANni AND FACE. SORR LIVH.SO. OnMrt am by ths ua of Hetcmam't Cnnqireh Jm wtf A Uimnu. kaooa th haiiili salt in th eoldst wsthr. Seatiiatyou aat in gauuina. Mat fa m.il Lumli II EG EM AN CO.. .- . .- N York, Pot onto Bol K2S. Iwii cnrsd of Wdmi sad Catarrh by sirapr Nui, and will aond th rsoatpt fra. . , Hu H. U. LhXiGETT, 'dwaS-lw .'."". Hobokan, Nw Jerssv. . . . i . i yiVrpiQ How mad in 10 hours without ItilLuAria Lwag. - r'or circular addr L. ha-, iuar U urka, Cncnwell, Conn. dvcMw ' ' ' SlOO a ! Month SALARY PAID for amenta, mal and famal j bual- noa parmanant: anuloaa 3c tamp. . VAN ALLEJfCO. -. dc tw . ' 1 lireadoay, M T. AGENTS WANTED.ta"t"d'h w Mif-auiuatiua uuiom, dr cutting aarlact nt tinj Paul. Ruunilabouta. and Ladle Urvsaea. In a...

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. — 29 December 1869

"WED2TESDAT,:::::::un;DECEMBER 9. A. XeGKXGOB. KdlUr. WHAT WAS THE WAR FOR? 6inri Gorg W. Morgkn.'of th Knox rlkirUt ti Uk of hia UU speech in the Houae, at Wash ington.on the"Jiecontraction of Georgia." Th nnrainff Karacrapfc ia aa fcdlowt : "There are thoae, and they are number ed by thousand, who at the. time of the outbreak of the war which closed five years go believed that it was the deliberate purpose of the ao-alled Republican party to fere thia oontrr into war tt the ex presa purpoae of aubverting ita free inati- tion. l waa one 01 - v " . lactaat ao to believe. I waa willing to contribute, to the beet of my humble abil ' ity. in suppressing the armed opposition to the Government, But, air, with my hand apon my heart, in the presence of the mat God who rules all nations, and now , wskhes over ours. I here declare that I am now convinced that the single object f I),.. of the Keoublican party - was the subversion of our tree institutions and the desire of toe war to tnat ena....

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. — 29 December 1869

icral t I WEDNESDAY,:::: ::::DEC. 29, 1S69 A New Dress. Th Stake CorsTT Democrat begina lis Xw Year with an improved appear ance Tha typ on which this paper ia printed m all new, from the olaeet and beat tvte foundry in the United State namely, the Johnson Type Foundry of - Philadelphia. No doubt our patrons will duly appre- eiate and second tiese efforts to make the old Democrat what it ought to be un surpassed in appearance and wholesome mnueace. Let us remind the friends to continue to lend a helping hand. These improve ments are attended with heavy expense. A Hirti 2?ew Year to all our friends. It will be seen in this paper that Sheriff t t - i - i i- ysnDU ia atf&tn rxiioro me puuuc r. uu ,, notices of sale. "Smctatob." should know we insert no communication without . knowing the author. A publisher is entitled to that much confidence, at least " The Engineer corps did not continue their survey westward last Monday, but it is expected they will next Monday. Mr. PiUabury con...

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. — 29 December 1869

Congressional. Congressional. XLIST CONGRESS-2D SESSION. WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. In the Senate, on the 21. bilk -wer in troduced by Mr. Cragin to exUnRUwU po lyminy in Uuh. wd by Mr. Warner to J A f., h more eoul distribution of 1 .. i u.vinn etitaL The Census bill. ..itttDii from the Houee, wu reported CvorablT from the Committee n BeTi ion rf Lw, bat,-upon the iggftr of Mr. Wilson, wu recommitted until after S'ifir Mrn.ucd in bringing up ior uukuwuu v. Telegraph bill, and speeches were made by Messrs. Conkling, SUssner, uow.xq.inur man and o to era. In k llonu tha naonria lull vaa tne order of the day, and a long, animated and interesting debate took place. On the Democratic side, speeches were made by Messrs. Potter, of New York, oorhees, f iaa. .r,A fx. and these gentlemen TWHtedlv reinforced by two of ii.. .v.it Rnuhlican leaders. Messrs. Farnsworth. who made wnrful arguments aeainst the iniquity Butler conducted the case for the ultras, vote was had upon Bingham's jnotioc to post...

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. — 5 January 1870

GROCERItS. are moat fir- I THE HEABT SO FREE. -4- CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 5, 1870. NUMBER 30. VOLUME 36. i DAUEHY'S AGENCY. NEW YORK coaiY a will fluuiicu any col- The Magic Comb .; I orl hair ur heard to . P4rniumat lltL or brvwn. It L.-tMiUuux nu khUuu: aud uu mm um M. ifiw Mvul by mad -r 1 ; addrvna ... . M.UtU'1'OMR CO., TO THK WORKING CLASS. We are now pre pared to furhisU all clu!i with constant fmfloymut at home, the whole of the time or for the pttr moint-nt;, Husmrni new, light and protitaMe. Ptrttm ot cither ex euilycrn from ftuft to $." per evening, and a proportional mim hy do voting their wholti time to the buine. Hoys and girlM earn nearly aa mueh aw men. That all who Het thi nutiuo nwty aont their add reft, and teat the buside, wo make this unqnralleled offer. To such a are not wel sntNried, w will nend $1 to nay oq (he troutde of writing. Full dartieulur a viUuahi mm pie' whiuh will do to commence work on, and a oopv of Taa I'wopu'i Ijlwiart C'Mr4XiON on ...

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. — 5 January 1870

WEDNESDAY.:::::::::.:::::::::JAXrARY 5. JL. XeGREGOB, Editor. "CO-OPERATIVE INDUSTRY." .. . . . .. . It tn cue of a Knro( articles coru- manctxliatiua paper, lip m tie pea of E.P, Grant, Eaa. of our town. It ia subject to which Mr. Grant has given much attention and his articles will bo found worthy of careful reading and quite suggestiro in thought In the first sentence of the third Daracrrth Mr. Grant speaks correctly ' of our "cruel and desolating civil war," and he might have said "unnecessary," on the principle of doing not evil, murder, Ac, that good may come. lie continues "by which an unhappy race was wrested from the graup of the oppressor at an expense Ac." We know this is a very con.mon kind of cant, not bloodless cant either, so far which we are sorry Mr. Grant has not avoided. The "unhappy race" by this "bloody revolution" ia evidently more un happy in consequence. If it had one "op pressor" before, it has a plurality now, and these, including disease, seem moving on to...

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. — 5 January 1870

a WEDNESDAY; ::JAN. 5, 1370. ' Th manufactrtrert, of Akron are reduc ing th wages of their employe. 4 VTm learn the aleigtiing it not bad on tn P.rnerve, O. P. Mtem has again laid ua under obligations fur lata file of Galveaton (Tex m) Daily papers. Tai mow storm of Sunday aeems to hare prevailed all over the country amounting to a tornado in some localities. The next term of our Common Fleas Court, which commences February 27th, will be held in the new Court House. Or friend McKee, of the Alliance Democrat, has recently remodeled and im proved the appearance of his paper. J. F. Jerome, just elected 6 nit assistant sergeant-at-arms of the Senate of Ohio, belongs at Minerva in this county. He is radical in politics. Voracious canines killed fifteen sheep for Mr. Andrew Meyer, west of town, on Monday night We have heard of other cases around. Edwis P. Mathews advertises m this paper his contemplated Art Gallery. Mr. M. has a large collection of fine painting, and we hope his Art enter...

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. — 5 January 1870

Agricultural. New York Farmers' Club. From th proceedings o the JJew fork Farmers' Club, of the 2l8t, re extract' the following more important items : SALT FOR CATTLE. John Bice; o ElUotUbnrg, Penn., asked .nhiilietii 'Waa BQod.for hQ.rseaf ;nJ cuttle to have salt fed to them. He found that in his own case the less salt he had the healthier it was. Mr. Hash said that salt should always be kept within reach of cat tle. In countries bounded by the seashore the salt vss obtainable from the ; sea by the cattle themselves. In other countries salt should be constantly fed. A. J. Dufer, of Portland, Oregorf, said that he has test ed this matter.and had found that- cows which received no salt produced frothy butter. Dr. F. V. C. Smith said that all animals needed salt, not measured out to them, but I given liberally, so that they could help themselvei f ' . Prof. Jas. Al 'Whitney said : ' There can be no doubt that salt is necessary for . all animals. Sonio yours ago there came un der my no...

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. — 12 January 1870

-t VOLUME 36. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 12, 1870. '' 1 will., ..- i .1 i , i : - r - - . - COOLY & DAUCHY'S NEW YORK AGENCY. The Magic Ccmb rill chanir nr col- I ord hmr or beard to brown. It contain no po,?): aud oa cnq U it. Ou mdi by nuul fur ft ; ddrww MAi.H; luMB CO., m m m f f f r r ? r r TO THK WORKING CLASS. W arv now pr. pared to fur hi. all clwact witu contuant ntploymwnt at hunt, tho vholo of tha time or irr tn pr monunm. nuiutifM new, iignt ana rntfltaMe. Pvrsona of either x easily un frvin ft to $6 pr rninir. and a proportional mm y darottn their whto urn to lh busiiic-t. Boy and girla ear it nearly aa much as men. That till who thi nottc may aent thir addrca, and teat the buaideaa, wenmke tUin uiutaralW'Ud otter. To auch a aro not wed (tttfted, ww will win! Si to pay tiic trottMa of wntuijr. Full dartu-ulura valuable aample which will do to coniim'nca work on, aud a copy of Taa Vtorix'a Lu lraet Compamiom -one of the lnrt;et and let family dowwfMbpa-ra pt...

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. — 12 January 1870

WEDNESDAY::::::::n::::::JA50JARY ll A. McREGOB Editor. REPUBLICAN REPUDIATION OF THE INTEREST ON STATE DEBTS. ! v. Dunns tilft debaU in the House of F.tpresenUtivea at Washington, on the 16th nit," on the speech of Mr. Mungen, of Ohio, favoring the repudiation of the publio debt, the following colloquy took place, in which, u will be seen, Gen. Mor gan, the Representative from the Knox dis trict, bore a prominent part, and conclu aively proTed that "the Republican par ty of the United SUU wa irrevocably pledged to the doctrine of repudiation :" Mr Morgan. Mr. Chairman will the gentleman from Nerada Mr. Fitch yield Biethe floor for five minute? Mr. Fitch. I cannot. . Mr. Morgan. Will the gentleman yield to me for one minute ? . Mr. Fitch. No : I cannot yield further. Mr! Morgan. Will the gentleman yield to ma for thirtT seconds? Mr. Fitch, Yee, air ; but for no long- Mr. Morgan. Then, air, in that thirty seconds I will conclusively prove that the Republican party of the United States...

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. — 12 January 1870

Local Matters. VEDXESDAY.::::::::::::::::::JAN. 12. 1870. Wanted. Persons to take the New York Tribune, Fiveman's Journal, Boston Pilot, Catholic Telogrsph and other papers, at subscrip tion rates, at Fabcr's News and Bookstore, sxt door to Post office. Killing a Wild Cat. On New Year's day in a swamp near Summit Lake, probably' about two miles from town, Mr. John Beige, a German, three feet shot and in length. Akron Beacon. Akron Beacon. Thanks. F. R Myera, Esq., Gen. Ticket Agent, C. A P. R. R. will accept our thanks for favors. There are but few men so fully emial to the position he occupies under all circumstances as Myers. Akron Beacon. Thanks. Found. Earlv on, Fridayjuorning, the 7th inst., a Buffalo robe. The owner can have it by calling at this office and pay the char ge. ' The stone church, erected by the Pres byterian congregation of this city, has bo far approached completion, that the rooms in the basement are ready for occupancy. The first services in the house will be ...

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. — 12 January 1870

Wise and Otherwise. New York paprtell us money is "very doae. W aelJom know tim whan it tu to far otX " aonaihlM nun in Maine last week will ed $1,000 to each of his country papery If there is any gantleman in this neighbor hood arranging matters for a happy exit from this world, we call his attention, to this Maine man's Action. That's ill. There were 9,308 male and 10,330 fe male teachers, granted certificates, last year, in Ohio. What tent would; it be rell if we !sould 11 dwell iat Cbi-tent. Why are Jokes like ants? Because the dryer they are the better they crack. - Ttt strong minded women of Akron i have formed SoroaU. Frogs are now in great demand for cull- ,,ruM in France. One dealer in Venice exports them at the rate of $70 000 week. They cost in the French markets 18 franca the thousand. Teachers and others who may wish to .'tow .the weight e air without the ajr puaup, can do it by the following simple experiment: Boil a little water in a flaek to expel ' the air, then cor...

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. — 19 January 1870

i A - a & aw. w - i i - M&i 1 i i ( -f. r-rv YOLTJME 36. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 19, 1870. t " ;NUMBER'32. I ' I r -J- J ... . e I I ' :! jC CCCIY & CAVJCHY'S - -; - AEEXCY. NEW YCRX I 1 I I im rnred of DMfiwM and Catarrh hy aim pie remedy and will send the nwiin free. '. janl MtW. M. O. LKtiETT, lloh.kon, N. S. mm. How mala In li hours without drugs. For Circular. addrea L. Kar Works, Cromwell, Conn. ajsw , , 10.000 AUK.Vr Xil .:.... . . FOR ' PEIEST AND NUN ! Apply at one to CRITTENDEN McKINVEY, janla-we Lxj Chestnut ., l'lilla.. Pa Free to" Book Aleuts ! proix'rtna cf our ILLlSVKATK! VAMILY B'.BT.E, TTTE will Mnl a handnme to any book Stent, free t t tlarax. Addm KA TIO.SAL PUbLLsHlMti CO.. I'hilav, Fa., Chicago, lit, or .St Louie, Mo. joaliw FARMERS HELPER SHOWS how to double. ih profits of the farm, and how Kirrnw and their aoua can each ninke tluu PEK MoN Til in Winter. ln.uaieopir will bo mailed free to farmer. .Send name and address to ItK.LF.l!. MCl'...

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. — 19 January 1870

T WEDNESDAY:: JANUARY 19. -A. HeGHEGOE, Editor. MURRAH FOR OLD VIRGINIA. Tit contest m the 8enU and Houm at "Waahicgtoit; last week, OS tu aJmisaion of Old Virginia waxed fierce and hot. The radicals In the House were divided and th Democratic members held the balance . of power, and, of course, admission car ried. On the 14th, the Tote was on Mr. - Bingham's substitute, ' which admitted ' ' Virginia without any conditions whatever, and was Terr close 99 to 95. There was f some skirmishing on the part of the ultras to prevent the bill as amended from pas- E sine, but finally went through, 14-i to 4 ; - large number of those who voted against Bingham previously, going over to tne Conservatives on the final struggle. Cheers broke from the gallery when the battle was won. The credit is greatly due to the generalship of Mr. Bingham, who did not J. however, have his old antagonist, Butler, pitied against him. The speaking was warm and was par- ticirte1 i by "Ward, of Kew York; " "Burdctt...

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. — 19 January 1870

.HZ f ' r 'T T ! ji'' i WEDJ?ESDAY,::::::::::::::::JAN. 19, 1870. Changeable—the weather. Ts roads freero up and thaw out every tl...- c-rtwo. " ; ' - . - C-r-vU are bought ty the yard and worri ry 1:10 loot. ... , .Vkv-n 0Rie y-ars o pot a charter for f a ru.iro&u, Li.t i.;a not yet got the , TC..vl ftl Wat Mff.t!'.i - . " . ono but the brave deserve the fair," an J none but the brave cau live with some . ol them. . - - . If these "tight times" continue, we fear new railway projects wiu uar.g ncc The Suex Canal is like the style of some writers, it flows smoothly enough, but lacK deptn. Rain, rain, has ben. the order for days past. . . II. M.- Bair fc Co., are receiving new styles of Hatfl,tCuis and neckties. j The Stark County Democrat has a now dress, which lends much to its appearanc. Hancock Ih. Cburier. f ' i i ' I 1 i 1 i , J , i . , A ooodlt number' of new subscribers ; ran s short f papers last week, and , we ' wm unable to supply our exchange. ' 1 Changeable—the weathe...

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. — 19 January 1870

tbat I never hit in the army of the Cum berland a solitary officer or private who aid not u&nesiULUngiy condemn tae Tention made by General Sherman General Johr oon. Mr. MOKQAU. The vision and con with - telrM of hearing of the gentleman from. Illinois were douLtleaa then obscured and deaden ed u now. consequently it ia not difficult to imagine that he did not aee or hear what lie end not wish In km or bear. Mr. UUXQEN. If mv colleacrne TO. MoU will allow me, I will a J that I am personally acquainted witn some thou sands of men of the Army of the Cumber land and Tennessee, and I have failed to find one who did not indorse that conven tion. The men who were prepared to fol low General IS harm a a to the-sea i-or any where ebe frith one rote declared: that he did ntrht m majorat that eonvention. Mr. MOEQJLN. Mv time has nearly expired and I cannot yield further The gentleman from Illinois will have time to ddreea the House to-morrow and I shall then listen to him with great pleas...

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. — 26 January 1870

VOLUME 3C. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JANUARY 26, 1870. NUMBER 33. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ' C J. C3EIGEIX, trrua-gUt, EutTammu slnst. Cantos. Ohio. Ao&iLOM lurrj '. Msrahan Tailor, and TValar in Cloths, Ca&almfrr Vniuii lUadv Mad Clothing, 4c. Open Block, Canton, Ohio. muu cot.Try Dtnocut-r, A. stoGrstror k Ron, Publisher, and Plain and Fancy Job Print ra, Lmpin Block, Canton, Ohio. Tni'BaTO. Book-Biadwr and Blank-Book Manotaoturar. All ordara from abroad prom ptljr at landed to. Htlid ry ia Hartar a block, up stairs. Canton, Ohio. 1 B. McCHEA. FnrnUura Dealer and Undertaker, East Tnica rawaa atreet. Canton, Ohio. novttf Undertaker Metallio and all kind of Coffins al. ways on hand. Two Hearse always in readi- -baat ruacarawaa atreet, lantoo, onto. Photographer, 4c Particular attention kiren to eopYin and enlaralna; pictures. Oval Frame and Aumuds eonatantly on hand. Booms in ' Maihewa'e Block, Mouth Market atreet, Canton, Ohio. JuneU'otHf . " . - J. 11. UUUAIX, ' Dentlat OfBee...

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. — 26 January 1870

Stark County Democrat. WEDNESDATr-.r.:::::u:::uJAM:ARY 25. MeGREGOR, Editor. OUR YANKEE TYRANTS. The Free Nigger and Free Love Party. ' The, Crr of Russia and hi servile myr- ... midoos heed not the wishes of the people of Poland. The tyrant Hapaburg and his co-aiiatocracy heed little the oppressed of Hungary. George Third and his Par . Lament regarded little the bold talk of the feeble American colonies in 1775. So has it ever Deen with tyrants and their obse quious tools. Our Yankee tyrants are about to declare the XV Amendment that is, declare Ne gro equality equal at the polls, equal in the schools, equal in law. at the Bar, in the jury bo. kc, &c ' We say Yankee tyrants, for it is a shoot from Yankee Land. And Free Love, Wo man Suffrage, Ac., are following right along from the same quarter. Tyrants, yes TTBAHTS ! As much as the , Czar, or Hapaburg, or Georgo III. The People have pronounced against this Nig ger equality business every where. Mich igan 40,000, Ohio 53,000, Ne...

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. — 26 January 1870

Local Matters. WEDNESDAY,::::::::::::::::::JAN. 26, 1870. Best place to buy lots, is Sarver'o vddi ", tion to Canton. " Leave your orders for Silk Hats at H. ' M. Burd fe Co. The attention of Justices of the Peace ' and others wanting blanks, is called to our stock. , Look cut for a splendid Lot of Itew ' . Miscellaneous Standard Books, Albums, 4c, at Faber'a News Depot, in a few days. Wb received on Monday, the Week ly Floridian, of Tallahasso. Fla.. dated January 18th. We presume our friend O. A. S. sent it. Mr. Johj Shobb, of our city, has been appointed by the Water Works Commit lee, overseer of the "works. ' This is a wor thy appointment Mr. Shorb is every way competent for the position. Homicide in Fulton. George Reed, the man who was stabbed in a row at Fulton, of which we made mention last week, died on Friday last. "Don't It," . Fmnk-Iwrt.pr than anv other 3c ciirar. any other o Lkoafc-ntpfcrior'Yaraa.ttl Dwight Jj Myers & Co., Kawie's Block, East Tuscarawas street. Cal...

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. — 26 January 1870

Stark County Democrat. [From the St. Joseph(Mo.) Union January 9.] MYSTERIOUS MURDER. MYSTERIOUS MURDER. A Man Found Dead in a House of Illfame —His Companion Hauls the —His Companion Hauls the Body to Platte County. The outline of most diabolical mur der, allied to have beea committed at a house ofill-fam ia thiacity, one week ago, ' Lava reached as. Whatever doubts may exist aa to whether the murder was com mitted in St. Joseph, certain it is that the man was murdered. It appears that on January 1. Joel Drake and John Crable came to this city from Albany, Gentry County, the former having m his possession a considerable amount of money. " During the evening, according to Graole's statement, they sep arated, and Grable saw so more of his 1 companion until Sunday aftemoen (one ' week ago to-day), when he found his mangled and lifeless body iu a house of ill-fame. Ue states that three of the in mates brought the corpse down stairs, wrapped in a blanket, and deposited it in his wagon, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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