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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 June 1870

L ULL VisisUlsi , , ! ' ' VOLUME. 36. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 8, 1870. NUMBER 52. BUSINESS DIRECTORY . . ' ao nl J 4 ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Comer of Tanth and Poplar atraets. Sunday aarvloas loi-j o'clock A. M. and 7 W o'clock P. M. aWis.iav school, t oVIurk P. at. ' Thursday ave bina; Lelur. ll o'clock. ( i; t tV, JAii. t LA VEKTT, Rector. ' C J. OEIQER, Iruf (lat. East Tuaoarawaa atraat. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. Br A. L. Rothackar, Eaal Tuaoarawaa street. Canton. Ohio. aprihV7utf STARK COUNTY -DEMOCRAT. .: '.. A. NcOrafor A Ion, Publlshara, and Plain and Fanny Jutt Pruttara, tiaplra Block, Canton, Onto. -HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All roars from abroad promptiyattendrd to. Bind ery la Uartar'a block, up atalra, Canton, Ohio. : ' ' J. B. McCREA, ; Furnttura Dealer and rndrtakr, East Ttisea rawaa atraat, t anion, Ohio, . .aoiM JOHN P. HEX, Merchant Tailor, and daalar In American and Im rne4 (rlollia, Caaaimerea, Vaatinaa and Itwu' ur...

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 June 1870

::;:::::JUNE. 3. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ' c- - --c-county. -. roa eCr'RIJIE JXTDOW, IIos.'JUCHAF.D A. HARRISON, of ( I LuLitjoa county. a coptboij:r ot the trhasubt, -. . JOHN H. HEATON. - - of Bolmont county. TOB. KKMBIB OF BOAED OF PUBLIC W0UK9 Cot. WILLIAM SPENCER, ' ' of Licking comnty! " PROCEEDINGS OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The Committee met on the Slst inst. puxsaant to previous call. . ; On motion it was rosolvsd to hold the primary election on Saturday, the 27th day. of ' August, a the day to form a ticket to b f tipporUd at the . ensuing October lection. . '.. Tho LHo wing were tha .places selected for the primary meetings : PH -Township Paris, Robrrteville, Now lill. jllQiina- and LlllltuDhAtHr'a AhAiJ fioue. .-hlntt-on 8trobars, Bryan' School House and Ml. Vuiou. Uiin,oo Alllnr and Lima. ir IU,ro New Baltimore, Marlboro aad Noes' School House. imlhiliea- Louisville and Barri starch. Omnoui-a Oanaburg and Ohartea Dewair.-- ftandy Wayaeburg aad Magnolia. Pike Henry Marti...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 June 1870

v 1 . crrJ LNESDAY:::::: :::::::uJUXE S, j :t::. cgj:ity democrat l J Z '.l at Fchr's ?'2VVS C3 Strai Scrry and Ice Cream festival ! . The ladies of the First Baptist church aad congregation will hold a Strawberry and Ice Cream Festival at Schaefer's Op era House, on Friday and Saturday even ings, June lOtn and 11. A cordial invi tation is extended to all to attend 51 w2. rtpmunml mt tte Primary H lacs. ' Upon consultation wih many persons, especially from the country, it has been eoucludl to postpone the holding of the Primary election to Saturday, Aug. 27th, instead of August 24th aa heretofore des ignated. They will be held at the same puces mentioned in the former proceed ing. -Bv order of the committee. &!t W. A. LYNCH, Ch'n. Water works pipe is being laid on N- Plum street. Kaiaa StrmiaWrriea, At Fabor'a New Depot. Caktos was laid out in the year 1800, ry .Bexaiiel v elLs of bleubeoviUe. k Tnt St Cli-m,? TT.it-l liml.IiiKT lw-i.- fTw : . . B r - y 'tunee lU new coat of pai...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 8 June 1870

Miscellaneous. LITTLE BLUNDERS. With fMN rnui.. - And whvn ) jffln.l xurmpt iu;.l,-2y j n.Lsifrtr"tlia uiy w,artit v' Br If in mcm-luijuctmii-hit' s, " Ab1 ! nf mmrtty "r . , " " 1 ' o.ir manly '7 '" Tr - " " rW MB.fcMtrmv- i S .."' Vji iV .i " x- 1"' 1 TI . - : : .Ttrrr W Min.l o-u V . grin nnitrw--: - . -In horitlrJ "'?r.'riil'Mnnrirx,.v HtW-ar.. , .,. -itat-. . i .-i , "Tiitr ' 'r ! w Jf 1 i.' --Think Bjl-ll IU1 7T blIIM, 1 Bnrmtnrr,."why "'M I l'-M . . . " " f. v - . - .- luMt fc'n yur w rrirtri.' '. r- A FRONTIER STORY. A FRONTIER STORY. A Utah Desperado—His Escape from the Officers, Pursuit and Death. C Full pricnlari - - .- Mawhallorv.- U.OaoiWvt'TVTklt.i'rVHfB' 2J. mid thi nilsGmirnt chase of his nnir- . ' . - ClOTPr, rnjn inrcTk'npTTrt jn'iu 'inc vjiu i W Ts rJirt LirrJf. Wft3 Wnt(l for lciilina- a former riaaraUt; Iunnr in N utrast. hwt, nd Avarnint for his arrest) WBUfd !y--cru'Jt ju-iic" neon ana. vi tit Stor- nnd a IS'cVa'J slicxifl' nam 'Vrican. it Salt Lake City. On M...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 June 1870

y 1 .. s- - - - . . it Trnvj-rnci UHQtRTAXERS. V) i-UM."-"'.. V VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 15, 1870. NUMBER 1; I ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY 4 I y Ileal r i Irftr V. ' a- i T j-. J ST.. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner of Tenth and Poplar ntrwt. Sunday services. 1 j o'clock . f. and 7' j o'olta-k I. M. nday pVhiM.t. S o'clock KM. Thxraday eve ning Lecture. T'k o'el.a-k. KKV. J.S. . LAVERTY, Rn-lar. O. J. GEICiF.R, rirtlggiat, East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL Hv C. A. U Rotharkrr, intou, Ohio. Fast Tuscarawas street, aprilt;' Tutf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. Mctlregor Son. Publishers, ami Plain n.l Kaiacy Job INruiters, r.mpire rMock.t anion, Obit 1IIUAM THURSTON, Hoolt-Blnderand Wank-Book Manufacturer. All order fruin abroad promptly attended io. mini cry in Harters block, up stairs, v anion. mitt. - J. li. McCREA, Furniture licalcr and 1'uderlaker, Kast Tntra- rawas street, Cantou. Ohio, uoviif "30HN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and Im ...

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. — 15 June 1870

WpDNESDAY,.-::n:::::::::::::::::;:::JUNE 15. A. McGEEGOB, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SECTtETART Of STATE, "WimAM IIEISLEY, "' of Cuyahoga county. FOB 8CTBXKS JCDOE, Uos. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. . FOB COMrTKOLXEK OF THE TREASURY, JOHN M. H EATON, of Belmont county. FOB MIMBSR OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORS Cou WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking comnty. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The Committee met on the 21st inst pursuant to previous call. On motion it was resolved to hold the primary election on Saturday, tho 27th day of August, as the day to form a ticket to be supported at the ensuing October lection The following were the places selected for the primary meetings : Pari Township Ptrlfl, RnhertsTtll. New Frauklin, Miuerv. and Loutienheuwr'a School UotlM. Washington Btriluhurg, Hryau's Kchool Houw and Mt. I'uion. Lvilmrtou Alliance anil I.lma. Marlboro fi tialtimor, Marlboro aud Na School Hotinw. Nlmihilln LoulsTftJ and HarrisbnrKh. -laioahurr iteitanurg: ami ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 June 1870

1 V ' WEDNESDAY,:::::::::::::::JUXE 15. 1S70. ' . 'STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT" For Sale at Faber's News Depot, St. Cloud Hotel Building." rueai t f tk Primary HteU V Upon consultation with many person, ' ntpecially . from the country, it La ba concluded to postpone the holding of the Primary elections to Saturday, Aug. 27th, instead of August '24th aa heretofore de ignated. They will bo hold at the same places mentioned in the former proceed ings. By order of the committee. r.d, lit. W. A. LYNCH, CVn. . M Jellt Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen at IWges's China Hall. Hurry up for they are going fast. 52v4 We call attention to ti advertisement in thia paper of the Mtddlebury Woolen MilU. Wo learn it is a tine establishment uud does excellent work. CofxclLUAN Hawk, the efficient mem ber from the 2d Ward,, was in lii ai ou 1 tomed wttt at the last Council meetinjr, after an absence from the city of several weeks. CossiDF.ltAr.LE lightiiing and much rain during the last four or five days. The gro...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 15 June 1870

Miscellaneous. Why Aunt Sally Never Married. "iM ow, Aunt bally, do please tell ns ar you never married, "i ou know yen please tell 8aid once that when you were a girl you were engaged to a minister, and promised you would tell us all about it sometime. Now, aunt, please do." "Well, if I ever did see such girls in my born days. It's tease, tease, from morn ing till night,, you must know all about everything that you haven't any business to know anything alout. Such inquisi tive, pestiferous critters as you are ! V hen I was young, girls were different; they minded their business, and didn't go sail ing around with a whole string of beaux, getting their heads filled with all kinds of nonsense. 1 never dared to ask my aunts, married or single, about any of their af fairs. Pretty mess I'd have got into if I had. When they offered to tell me any thing of their own accord, I kept my mouth shut and listened. Everything is different now-a-days, young folks have no respect for their elders....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1870

BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner .f Ti-nlL ami Poplar iimi. Sunday "Ilffl, lu o'clock A. M. and 7UoVlo. lt P. M. Sunday fechool. i o'clock P. M. Thursday -uiuk Lectur. 7S o'clock. REV. J Ad. LAVEKTV. Hector. C. J. GEIOER. . Druggist, EatTucarawa street. Canton. Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL" By A. L. Rothacker, Canton, Ohio. East Tuscarawas street, aprlhi iiRf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor A Sod, Publishers, and Plain an J fancy Job Printer. Kmptre Block, Cantou, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Blndsr and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All oruara from abroad promptly attended lo. Blud ry In Barter's Block, up stairs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA. Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. Cart Tuwa noMtf JOHN P. REX. Merchant Tailor, and dealer la American and Im rrted Clotha, Caeaimerea, Veatlnc and Unutt' urnishina; Goods: Also, agent (or the Singar Sewing Machine. Cantos, Ohio. may 70-tf PRINCE & HAAS, Undertaker Metallic and all kind of Cortina al waya...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1870

cmoqat. WEDNFSDAY,::::::::::::::::::::::;:::JUNE 22 . A. McGREGOR, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SECRETARY OP STATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY. of Cuyahoga county. FOR SUPREME JriXlE, Hon.-RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. FOR COMPTROLLER OF THE TREAsrRT, JOHN II. H EATON, of Belmont county. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Col. WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking comnty. C. N. ALLEN, Esqr. Of the Steubenville Gazette, thus re- ponds to the proposition of the Ohio j Patriot that he be the Democratic nominee I for congress in tins district : "In renlv to the above complimentary notico of tho editor of this paper, and to answer inauiries on the same subject from friends in all parts of this congressional district, we havo only this to say : That we shall neither seek nor decline the Dem ocratic nomination for Congress in the 17th Ohio district. If the Democracy of the district see fit to nominate us wc shall do all we can to be elected. If they think it best to nominate some other Demo...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1870

J U ::JI'NE 22. 1S70. WEDNESDAY,:! "STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT" ' For Sale at Faber's News Depot, St, Cloud Hotel Building. , . rHlKiariaml f lb Primnrj Nl- V 5? S' 3 Co' tpon cnnsnlt.it ion with manv persons, c.snM'iallv from tlio ronnlrv.it h b.-en rnrlulJ t.1 postpone tho holding of the" r.imary elections to batunlay, Autj. tu. iistcail nf August 21th as heretofore les iniHtcd. They will l. held at the saino jlace menti,,ne.l in the frm.T proc.'etl-i-l?". Bv orlT t.f tlx cmiuittec .'.2tf. W. A. l.YNi'H. l. n. Jll.l.v Tiiuil.lers :t .r cent a S.yvM-Vs i'liina Hall. Hurry n tiv i-iin Cist. ,1....,. at f..r tli' V Wk call attention to tii ailvciti-wiuetit in thi n.tm r of the. Mnl.llelitirv Vuil.n Mills.- c learn it is a liii.'eHt:il.li-hinent ami dts excellent work. - - -neaMlllnl nnlltllMK I-oim. Bo I lmv nnn.brr of fine LuiKlin ta for al on West Tuscarawas street, l'ur i liasors can obtain th.ni at moli rato pri or asd on ra.y term of credit. .4Slq2. William A. I.ys. ii. Aprullr Want!...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 22 June 1870

Stark County Democrat. FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Second WASHINGTON, June 1. HOUSE OF REPRESENVATIVES. After tome discussion it was agreed that the Committee on Banking and Currency should have n xt 1 ue.-xlay lor iw iuuw s. Mr. Butler (Rad., Ma-sa.) aked unani mous consent to introduce his joint ivso- lutiod to annex tho republic t.f Douunira Mr. Brooks (LVi.. N. Y.) ol.je.-ted. The House then proceeded to the con ..r.tir.n nf the hill to mluoe internal Kj nuostion iM'inir on a ver)l .m.n!lm.Tit offered bv Mr.' Schenck to the .;.w,.,th uM-tmn. allowing a discount of 10 per cent, on proprietary stumps sup plied by the Comiuissioeer of Internal R.vnnon the excess over $500 pur- v.eoa at An a time. A lona discussion en- ned. and finally Mr. SchencVs amendment waa agreed to, and all the others were In the course of a discussion in regard nj.nlfia for washine defaced stamps. xta-henck stated that it waa the inten tion of the Committee of Ways and Means to wipe out the whole system of spies m...

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. — 29 June 1870

T7y w VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 29, 1870. NUMBER 3. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAULS EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Comer of Tenth and Poplar streets Sunday ervtcloVi o'clock A. M. and TK o'clock P. M. Suaday School, t o'clock KM. Thursday eve ning Lecture. 714 o'clock. REV. J Ad. C. LA VERT Y, Rector. C. J. GEIGER, Drug gut, EtilTiuuntu Mntl, Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothackar. Canton, Ohio. East Tuscarawas treat, apruu 7utf STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. A. McGregor A Son , Publishers, and Plain an J Fancy J ob Printers, Empire block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON. Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All orders from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery In Hatter's Block, np stairs. Canton, Ohio. J. B. McCREA. Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, East Turca rawas street. Canton, Ohio. novtif JOHN P. REX. Merchant Tailor, and dealer in American and ltn ported Cloths, Caastmeres, Vestinps and lients' Furnishing Goods: Also, agent lor the Siiigr Sewing Machine, Canton. Ohio. m...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 June 1870

WEDNESDAY,::::::"::::::::::::";":JDNE 29. A. HcGBEGOB, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. - voa bcbktaby or rtatk, WILLIAM HEISLEY, of Cuyahoga county. TOR SCPREXr JUDGE, Hon. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. for comptroller or the tbkascrt, JOHN H. IIEATON, of Belmont county. TOR MFMBKR OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Cou WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking county. The Rep and Rep of last week givee n article from a Democratic Kentucky paper insisting that the Democracy of that state take iuaaurea to secure the negro vote for the Democratic ticket this too without endorsing the XVth amendment fraud. Now, this 19 a matter entirely with the party ot that and other South ern States. The question of suffrage be longs to each State exclusively, notwith standing the radical fraud of the negro amendment. The people of Ohio in 1S51 adopted a constitution which nays " white males over 21 years only shall vote in Ohio." This clause was re-approved in 1867 by the decisive majority of 53,000. There it ...

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 June 1870

letters. WEDNESDAY,::: ::JUHE 29, 1370. "STARK COUNT! DEMOCRAT" For Sals at Faber's News De pot, St. Claud Hotel Building. Jelly Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen at Eegges's China Hall. Hurry up for they are going W3U Krw 4 Bcantlf nl BaiWItasr ltm. . 1 have a number of fine building, lots for sale on West Tuscarawas street. Pur chasers can obtain them at moderate pri ces and on easy terms oi credit. 4Sm2. William A. Lynch. A beautiful shower here yesterday af ternoon. Hayixq is pretty well got along with hereabouts and wheat harvest is just be ginning. Hot. hotter, hottest weather now a-days. applies to the Otjr Public Schools are having a vaca tion of ten weeks a relief to teachers and pupils the sultry days. Festival Matinee at the Stone Church to-morrow afternoon for the children. Refreshments 10 cents. All children in vited. There was no quorum at the Council chamber Monday e veiling, ami conieqaent ly no business transacted. "Swope," the inevitable, was once again gallanted to the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 29 June 1870

Loss of Life by Lightning. ; ! .1 t' Since Franklin introduced the first light ning rod, this means for the protection of bui&ngibaa been utilized by every civi ted people. The nature of this phenome non. It is now known that lightning will always follow the beat conJuctor of elc tricity that it nieota in its path, that ele vatea objects govern its direction, that the different kinds of lightnings vary in their effects, ball lightning being the most dis astrous. Again, questions of a more strict ly scientific character have been decided. Id short, this wonderful phenomenon of nature is at present as well investigated as any in the department of meteorology. While, however, on the one hand, technol ogy has . kept pace with the progrejw of science in rendering building compara tively safe against electric d'wharges t.f the atmosphere, on the other hand it is sad to see how little has been accomplished in the way ot affording means of protection to human beings when overtaken by st...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 July 1870

file VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, JULY 6, 1870. NUMBER 4. : BUSINESS DIRECTORY ; ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Corner of Tenth and Poplar street. Sunday- ices, li)' o'clock A. Ni. on.l 7U o'clock P. M. ily School. X o'clock P. M. Thursday eve Sunday ning Lecture. 1XX o'clock. REV. JAS. C. LAVERTY, Rector. C. J. GEIUER, ftrugguit, East Tuscarawas, street. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN IIOTEL. By A. L. Rothacker, East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. april 7utf STARK COUNTY DIwHOCRAT, A. McGregor a Son, Publishers, and Plain and Fancy Job Printers, Empire block, Canton. Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binderand Blank-Book Manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery In llarter's Block, up stairs, Canton. Ohio. , J. B. McCREA. Furniture Dealer and t'ndertaker, Eaai Tuica rawaa atrevt. Canton, Ohio. nov4tf JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and tm Pmed Clothe, CasatmerM, V eatings and Oanta' urmahing tioods: Alio, agent lor the Simctr Hewing Machine....

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. — 6 July 1870

WEDNESDAY,::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::JULY 6. A. McGEEGOB, Editor. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SECRETARY OP 8TATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY, of Cuyahoga county. FOB SUPREME JUDGE, Hon. RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison county. fob comptroller of the treasury, JOHN H. HEATON, of Belmont county. FOB MEMBER OF BOARS OF PUBLIC WORKS, Col. WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking comnty. RACE EQUALITY. The Chinese Question. The Radical loaders hold to the mon atrous doctrine of equal political and so cial rights of all races and colors in our country. With this view they enacted, or claim they enacted, the XVth amendment to the Constitution of the United States. By this they claim to have given political power to the entire negro race in this country : and under it, on the same pre; tence, the Chinese are full-fledged citizens, entitled also to all political and social privileges. No wonder that tinder this mli'nrr American employers are beginning to in troduce Chinese laborers to take the place of the white m...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 July 1870

loal Rafters. WEDNESDAY,:::::::::::::::JULY 6. 1870. J'STARX COUNTY DEMOCRAT" For Sate at Faber's News Depot, St. Claud Hotel Building. Taa BrmM Band discoursed flmt premium tnusio "on Ui bquara," Tuesday night. Do it non, boys. On Saturday laat the wind changed to tha north and tha cool air and dampoeas road a fir not un pleasant, Tha northern atmoaphara haa ma da it mora atra.abla than tha sultry hot waathar prior. A rx Into tha Interior of tha Stark county eonrt-hooMjiutiflMtha conclusion tha Canton la a live city. Bha ia now supplied with fun wa ter, from an adjacent lame. dt.tributaJ by tha Holly system of watar-worka, Oaw IMmoeraU Tn Raoaa en tha Fourth at Alllanca draw quite crowd. Wa learn that a horae of T. C. Mghman of till, city, won tha heaviest puraa isu. One hore bolted and ran orer a man and boy, very aenousiy inj urine tha man. Now, that it la racatlon aeaaon, rowdy boy. are wantonly engaged break in m alaaa In the achool buildings. They mm to think publte property h...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 6 July 1870

Stark County Democrat. KITTY McCREE O'TOSSELL. BY EDWARD CAPERN. Sinsing down t the meadow gmt. bray u aolden-aladdia. Little hen-birda oall their mat; Kitty la calling her laddie. MorrUy. merrily pipe the merle. Merrily lilts trie throstle. Merrily ainra the milltlng-girl. Kilty MoOree O'Toeaeli. Over the lea aa blithe as a bee. Trampling new blown daii: ' Over the style, with tone in hta smile. See, he eomee singing her uraucs. Merrily, merrily pipes the merle. Merrily lilts the tnmetie. Merrily sine the milking girl, Kitty McCree O'Toeaeli. Singing still hy the meadow gate. Why doth the maiden tarry f Little hen-binls will wait for their males Kitty is waiting for Larry. Merrily, merrily pine the merle. Merrily lilts the throaty. Merrily sings the mllkinic-girl, Kilty MeCree O'Toeaeli. "KlttT McCree I" "Larrr Maree. Who would hay thought o' thus meeting?" "Kisa. ana i it carry your pan," earn ne; -And the lark sang loud at the greeting. Merrily, merrily pipe the merle, Merrily li...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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