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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 3 November 1870

VOLUME 37. CANTON, STAUK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. - . NTJMBER 21.- BUSINESS DIRECTORY J ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, ( Corner of Tenth and Pnplar nimw. Sunday ; rv !-, m o'clock A. M. and o'clock p. M. Uuuday K-hool, 1 o'clock I'. M. Thursday eve- MkOK Uwture, 74 o'clock. KKV. JAS. V. LAVERTV, Rector. f C. J. GEIOER. : Irumtll, FjtTuwanwM street. Canton, I ililo. AMERICAN HOTEL. Br A. li Rothacker, ; fanlna. Olilo. - apma 7m I .STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT.. .A. McGregor A Ron, Publisher, and Plain and . fancy Job Printer", Umpire block. Canton, Ohio. v HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All . order from ahrnad promptly attended tii. Bind- . ery in tinner. Hink, up stair, (.union, Ohio. J J. B. McCREA, Furniture Iieater and Undertaker, East Tutca- JOHN P. REX, , Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im 'ported Cloth., C&Mttimerea, Vesting and Gents' Furnlshinc Goods: Also, aire n I for the Kiiiut Mewing Machine. Canton, Ohio. may '"o-tf PRIN...

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. — 3 November 1870

THURSDAY, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::NOV. 3. A. McGEEGOB, Editor. POLITICAL HISTORY—STANTON'S LETTER. We are b'eginning to learn the early po litical history of the civil war. Tho late Secretary, Edwin M. Stanton, in a letter written to President Buchanan, on tho lth of March, twelve days after tho in auguration of President Lincoln, after speaking of the lattcr's policy toward the South, says: "I do not believe there will be much further effort to assail you. Mr. Sumner told me yebterday that Scott's proposed order was based upon purely military rea sons and the limited military resources of the Uovernment. J. he embarrassments that surrounded yon they now feel; and whatever may be said against you must recoil as an argument against them, and in giving reasons for theiraction they must exhibit tho facta that controlled you in respect to Sumter." On the loth of July, ISol, just before tho battlo ot Bull Bun, Mr. Stanton mvs: "So far as your administration is con cerned, its pol...

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. — 3 November 1870

focal THURSDAY,::::: ;::::NOV. 3. 1STO. No Council meeting on Monday evening failing to get quorum, Street Market. : Red lUt fcl.05afcl.10. whiU wheat $1 WaS 1.24: Corn 43ato;OaU S5a40; Rye 75c.; Barley 60a75 ; Potatoes 50aOO. Street Market. Woolen Goods. Our friend L. Alexander, Esq., at his City Woolen Factory, corner of Cberry and Third, has a full supply of Roods in his line. Give him a call. 12tf. Browning A Rentier hare removed their Boot ana Shoe store from the Opera House block to the room occupied by John Danner, No. 23 South Market street, where thev are sellincr off below cost, in order to Quit the business. This affords all who wish, a fair chance for good bar gains. Call and see. Billiard Rooms. Mr. ThooJor Felter has rented the Bil liard room in the Opera Hour block. Mr. relter is just the man tor tne situa tion, accomi'licned. attentive and prompt. He keeps on hand a good quantity of choice trench wines. The gentlemen who patronize the Billiard rooms will find Mr. Fel...

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. — 3 November 1870

Stark County Democrat. The thrtat of Scbenck and his friends to contest the right of Colonel Campbell', teat in Congress, on the ground that the inmates of the Soldiers' Homo at Dayton were not permitted to vote, is mere gas conade. The Supremo Court of Ohio has decided tho question in the case of John F. Sinks, plaintiff of error, ts. David W. Reese, brought up on error from the Court ot Common Picas of Montgomery county. Reese, the Democratic candidate for Clerk of Montgomery county, contesie.i the election of Sinks, the Republican candi date, making the point that, under the Constitution of the United States, the asylum grounds were in the exclusive ju risdiction of the United States, and con sequently residents therein are not citi- tens of the State of Ohio nor entitled to vote. The Court below found for the plaintiff and the case was taken before the Supreme Court where it was fully argued, ahd the following decision rendered by BlinkerhotT, Chief Justice : Brinkerhoff, J. C, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 November 1870

VOLUME 37. CANTON, ST ABK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. NUMBER; BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPJSCOr.VL CHURCH, Corner of. Tenth and. Poplar unfU. Sunday , services, K'f o'clock A. M. and 7.'.: o'clock P. M. ! Muadajr ttotuxil. t o'rtork P. M. Thursday lit - Blue Lecture. 74 o'clock. REV. JAS. C LAVERTY, Rector. ; C. J. GEIGER, lraimUt. East Tuscarawas ttreet. Canton. Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL.. By A. a. Rothacker, East Tuacarawaa street. . canton, uiuo a pel' 7utt STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGretror a Son. Publisher, and Plain and , Fancy Job Printer, Empire block, Canton, Ohio. HIRAM THURSTON, Book-Binder and Blank-Book Manufacturer. All order (rum et.road promptly atteuuea to. Utua. ory in Uarter's bluet, up ataira. Quium, Ohio. . ' J. B. McCREA, Furniture Dealer and I'udcrtaker, East Tinea, rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. nov.tf JOHN P. REX. Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im IMrWd Cloth. L'aaaimerea. Vcntinc and GntV Furuuthintf tooi. Alo, aeni fur th Sinjror M...

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. — 10 November 1870

::NOV. 10. A. McGREGOR, Editor. 11 THURSDAY,: NEW YORK. Th glorioua triumph in Nw York, ou Tuaaday, u one that will carry joy to the heart of very friend of conititutional jotraat. The Democracy of the Em pire StaU acbiered a great victory;' and the deepot who aeeka to control the people of theee United State with bayoneta and niggen, receiTed a aevera rebuke. New York, God bleea her, ipeaka in thunder tones and under the gallant HorrMAW, in a manner that the tyrant who sought to bring disgrace and disaster, confusion and anarchy, bloodshed and ruin upon her people, would do well to heed. Tifty thousand majority, tho votes of yhit men, is the verdict given against Grant's administration and the course he ' adopted to carry that State, by which he hoped to induce the people to believe him and his administration "popular." Thanks to the Democracy who, though insulted and taunted during the past fortnight by arm ed niggers, uniformed as United States soldiers, would not bo scared ' fro...

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. — 10 November 1870

cal V THURSDAY.::::: ;::::::::XOV.10, 1ST0. PAY UP! Oar friends knowing themselves in dubted to the Stark Cocsti Democrat for Job Work, Advertising and Subscrip tion, will pieaso to consider our necessities at onc, and PAY UP 1 1 Paper and ink bills, bands, living, etc., require payment of us, and we hope our friends one and all will consider this notice and rejond without delay. We wish everyone who owes as a dollar to consider this a call on him. Our friends at a distance can send by mail, by postojiee order. We cannot meet our obligations for engine, type, pa per, hands, c, without the aid of our customers. " Let there be no delay !. it. Quite a snow storm in the north part of Portage county on the Slat ult. . The hous of A. R. Russell, near Kent, "Wan robbed one night of $4S7 money. Ko one heard the burglars. Mrs. Lydia Shepherd was killed on the 24th ult. by a falling tree at Summer field township. Noble county, Ohio. Sharp weather has succeeded the hot weather and rain storm o...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 10 November 1870

Stark County Democrat. THE REIGN OF BLOOD. Another Horrible Case of Wife Murder Near Lima, Ohio. LIMA, OHIO, Oct. 29, 1870. It has just come to light to day that a man, living about nine miles southwest of tnis place, namea JBUtinger, niuraereu nis wife lat Monday night. The deed was done by cutting r throat in an awtui manner with e butcher knife, and stab bing her with the tame instrument in four different places, and then threatened to kill his children if they told of it, and also told them they must bury her. It is said they then dug away some dirt and put her body under the porch of the house. BiUingsr left immediately for parts un known. The children, it seems, remained in fear up to this time, and then informed owe neighbors, who came here to day af ter the Coroner to hold an inquest. The man's name who committed the muder is Andrew Brentlinger, sot Bittin Kr, as first reported. Coroner Feiss and Dr. Metrgcr of this place were notified yesterday of the murder, and went to th...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 November 1870

VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. NUMBER 23. BUSINESS DIRECTORY It: a.- 4 4 i j t ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of TVnth and Poplar airsota. Sunday Sf-rvioas. loi oVIuvk A. M. and TMo'vlork P. M. Buutlay Hrliool. 1 o'. lm-k I. M. Thursday cv niti Lvoturo. T' oVInok. KEV. JAS. '. LAVKRTY, Rwtor. C. J. GEIGER, PrugsUt, Eaat Tuscarawaa afreet. Canton, Ohio. . AMERICAN HOTEL. Uy A. L- Rotliackcr, fut TuacaxnwuJi trcet STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. McGregor A Bon, Publisher, and Plin and Fancy Job Priniern, Empire block, Canton, Ohio, HIRAM THURSTON, ook-Blndf and Blank-Book Manufarturer. All onir troiu abroad promptly attondwl to. Blnd- ary in narwr a mo-, up suurs, vwnitiu, vmu. J. B. McCREA. Furniture. Iiealer and Undertaker, East Tusca rawas si rert, lanlun, Ohio. uovttf JOHN P. REX, Merchant Tailor; and dealer In American and Im Dorted Cloth. Camtiinerea. Yeslinas and tlenta' Furnishing Goods: Also, agent for the Smjrar Hewing Mac hine, Canton, Oh...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 November 1870

:NOV. 17. THURSDAiY, :::::::::::::::::: A.. McGREGOR, Editor. CORRUPTION. Tat radical jGranf rc which defend tha thieving, land-grabbing and corruption at VTaitLlngtoa of Grant and company are ttrxiblj aeVere on' New ' York city. It will h seen by th lata election that tha paopla of 2Jw York are satisfied with th integrity of their ruler. They con damn radical corruption and rottenness aad Tot 'accordingly. Tha fact is, and we have it from gentle men of New York city, some of whom were formerly citizens of Canton, that New York is a very cheaply governed city that city taxes are lower than in moat . cities of the country. The rate of taxa tion in New York city is much lower than ia Canton. , Theae radical organs so berating and lying about New York take good care not W allude to the corrupt doings of their Own leaders. Their Sherman, Grant and others, now millionaires, who were poor a few yeejrs ago are honest men in the eyes of our radical cotemporaries. Tkk following precious docu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 November 1870

THURSDAY.::::::::::::::::::::NOV. 17. 1870. PAY UP! Our frinndii knowing themselves in debted to the Stake Couxtt Dewoceat for Job Work, Advertising and Subscrip tion, will pleaae to consider our necessities at ouce. and PAY UP 1 1 Psper and ink bills, bands, living, etc., require payment of , and we hope our friend one and all will consider this notice and respond without delay. We wish everyone wh .owes us a dollar to consider this a call on Aim. Our friends at a distance can send by mail, by postojjice order. We cannot meet our obligations for engine, type, pa per, hands, Ac, without the aid of our ftflamers Lrt there be vo delnv ! tf Lookixij Glassf at cost, to close ont, at Bgges s China Hall. Taxpayers should remember to bring thnir road receipts with thm when they come to pay thoir taxes. Taxpaying time ends December 20th. A rKlF.SD brought a couple of huge b-ets a few days ago which are hard to beat one measured 24J inches in ciirrrtri ference. J so. JIFabi;b has just gone e...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 17 November 1870

SPECTACLES. Hoiirv Cannot Buy It! FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS ! ! The Diamond Glasses, xtTctrmi at J. E. SPENCER & CO., N. Y., WHK H.ro now ottered to I he public. are pro nounced -v .11 the celebrated Opticiau 01 Ihe World IO be the HOST PEUPEOT, Natural, Artificial help t Ilia human eye ever They sre around nnder llielr own supervision, from minute Crvstul Pebbles, united tt-llir, aud derive their name. "Diamond," on account ol tli.ir hardness and brilliancy. TI1E SfIE.TIFIC PUIXCIPLE OnaUU'h they are constructed Urioirs the core or miini of the lens directly in front of the eye, proalurint cl.-nr and distinct vlion. a. in the uaUiral, heiillliy iahl. and prvrentiue- all unplea pod sensation, such a- a-liimiu-riii.: and waver ing or the suf,!it, duiuev, peculiar loan oi" ei in ue. In Maine of the quality, of nil materials naed for that purpose. Their Finish and Oiirnbllilr rlSXuTHElKPAS.sKI). Crno. None alanine lnile learing their , tiaJ miuk atamped on every Irani.. UGUDLE & B...

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

DUCHE'S AGENCY. I "W AS CUBED OK DEAFNESS CATARRH by s simple remedy, and will send the receipt free. MRS II. C. I.EOGETT, Jersey City N. J. .. declw T fit VOLUME 37. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1870. NUMBER 27 MEDICAL. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth and Pm.lar vmii. Sunday "Tvlif. lVi oVIixk A. XI. and TUnVliifk P. M. Pumiay Mt-linol. J nVl.wk P. M. Thursday eve ning Lecture. T' o'clock. REV. JAM. . LAVERTY. Rector. C. J. UE1UER, Druggist, EwlTu'rawu atreet. Canton, Ohio. AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothacker, East Tuscuravraa street, (.anion, Ohio. apriiH ?uif STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, A. Mi-Ort-Kor Son, l'iillllu-r. and Plain and Kanoy Job Printers, Kmpire Block, Canton, Ohio. U1RAM THURSTON, Pook-HlnuVr and Blank Book Manufacturer. All orier from abroad promptly attended to. Bind ery In llarier'a U.hk. up xliiira. ( union. Ohio. J. li. McCREA, Furniture liealer and I'udertaki-r, Eaat Tuxra rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. uov4lf JOHN ...

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 December 1870

THURSDAY,:::::;: : DECEMBER 15. - A. McGBEGOB, Editor. REVENUE REFORM. Jtdge Kely, of Pennsylvania, in the House at "Washington i moving in the direction of Reform. His resolution is a tep ia the right direction and if passed would measurably relieve the overtaxed labor of the land. Judge Kelley moves for the abolishment of all the stamp nui sances, income tax and all internal revenue afflictions. Hi resolution reads as fol low: Heaotred, That the true principles of revenue reform point to the abolition of the internal revenue system, which was created as a war measure, to provide for extraordinary expenses, and the continu ance of which, involves th employment, at tho cost of millions of dollars annual ly, of an army of assessors, collectors, detectives and other officers previously unknown, and requires the repeal, at the earliest dy consistent with the mainten ance of the failh and credit of the govern ment, of ail sUniD and other internal taxes, and that properly adjusted rates ...

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 December 1870

AW 9 'oral THURSDAY,::::::::: :DEC 15, 1870. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway. GOING WEST. Chicae. Express.. I'nlled Stktes Mall... HI. Ltiia fcx pre ........ .-.... 5:54 ft. in .. ... 1:4A pr m . 3:47 p. m 7 :44 a. m Fkido Lzprwi.. GOIXQ EAST. rcln Express -... 7 1 ft. m I'nitrd Htates Mil.......".Jipii ft. m ft. Louis Express.................. .1:. p. m Chicago UprM . . v.'M p. m Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railway. COINO SOUTH. All lane Mail. . . m do rlxpresa .. 'J-IA p. m do Act::mnodi i'in ........ 6::su p. m GOIXrt NORTH. Alliance Mail U:M ft. m do Kxrft . 7:11 p m do Acemim'dlion. Trri a m Leave Elavard l".Mn a.m.; Arrive N. fliiWde Iphia 3iiu p. m. Leave N. Philadelphia S:lii ft. m.; Arrive Bayard a: (A ft. nu CANTON POST-OFFICE. The Mail arrive anil drjart follows: CLOSE. Ftern Way Mall lvon a. in WmtMn 1 $ I p. ni Esrtera Through Mail.. .................... It.ji p. m ARRIVE. Fini Way M-vil.... . Western " " haaleni Thrruirh Mail Th 'JI p. m...

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

Transfers of Real Estate. J B MoCrea to Ttars A, Panner. hou nMr.t H AltOn ,H HUOIHM1 Han hk t Walk to Rouuni Dieter, part lot in Can ton 24 Cum Ditr to Hannah Walk, lot In Sluaaer'. add to Canton ...... .......... .IAO Jaroh Brob. to Silas A Elder, lot of (round In Bethlehem Isaac Stes to John Albrecht, 130 acrea in Perry IP.- - - ltiaju . Imu Rowland to Jacob H Halo, 1: acre in Lawreno tp - ....TOO John C Miller to Frandia J Doll, lot in UarrUbnr. for Joe Goader Jr to Henry Klingler. lot in Alham-e tor - tow Henry Mt.hler Jr to Ira D Burk, SO acre in Jaolc- on to.-.- " Joeeph C Richard to Win C Thompaon, dwellinr and lot in Canton.-... .................. v10 Adam Berber to Got fried Kay lor, 3'i acra in Sn- aarereek t - V H 8 Belden to Casimcr Freedroan, 10 acrea in Canton tn llco Abraham Kowman to John K Miller, 1 acre in Tn. eerewaa tp.....- .. t'haa C Dougiaaa to Wm Cos, 4 acrea in Washinr- ton tn. ........ 17. 0 Abraham Bowman to Jacob Lamb, fi acre in Tuaearawa tp.- ............

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 January 1871

f 'IT 7 VOLUME 37. CANTON, STAIIIC COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1871. ) WTO r,-o--. -w--l 4-v. V BUSINESS DIRECTORY y . ? ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, . tCoruor of Tenth ami Poplar street. Snnditv f servir. lii oVlo-k A. M. and 7MVelo.-k P. M. 'Jouudav fxH.i.ol. S o'clock. T. M. . Thursday ev f "ttina Lecture. 1U o'clock. . RLV. JAd. v. LAVERTt. Rector. i" I cTTTqeiger, ; IStagglst, Eaat Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. . MRICAN HOTELf I By A. X. Rotliacker. Eaa V Yuacara'wo street. - Canton Ohio. A .prll67utf r "STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT,- ' wnir..i,r Son. Publishers, and Plain and Vancy Job Printer, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. ; HIRAM THURSTON. '' - , uin.kur -.1, uianir.Hnoic Manufacturer. All orders from abroad uromutly attouded to. Uind " ery in Barter's Block, up stairs. Canton, Ohio. ; ? - J. !B. McCREA. Furniture Dealer and UndertaKer, v . rawaa street. Canton, Ohio. '''- "JOHN P. REX. Kant Tinea L Merchant Tailor, and dealer In American and Im Dorted Cloths, Cassuneres, V...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 January 1871

cunts :nnonpL T5UIDAY1:::::i:::::;::JANUARY 5. i A. McCEEGOCT Editor. THE BUSINESS OF CANTON. 'Ndlwitla-3. p-s.yrre of tie times financially, thv bejfuesB ) Canton cSn'tinueakboitatnjnd. Tlxo only c tabli-hment nit-y"t sUrty UP ? ft E Ball Machine Shop, but that U1 start nTt week in full force. The old Anltman, Miller & Co. shop.. &e largest prSbably iir the country and one of the moat successful, is running and has been, right- alotog aa-in former years,J Those enterprising proprietor and understand, their business. . The Aultman Steel Works are running with a, full complement of hands and turning off work rapidly. Thpy have large contracts and good ones. This es tablishment promises to be one of the most successful fn our city. V The new Russell & Co. Reaper Works are rapidly Retting under way! Work was commence i some weeks ago In some of the departxm nta and as the machinery is got ready other hands are set to work. This is an imposing establishment directly across f...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 January 1871

THURSDAY,::: :::JAN 5, 1871 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway. GOING WEST. No. 1. I No. S. No ft. No. 7. Station: Fast Lin PacineEx U. 8. Mall Cb'agoEx . Alliance BtraaO'g Louis'lc 7:00 p. m 7:2fTp7"m 7:44 p. m 8:06 p. m 11:45 a. m l2:OS p. m 3:00 p. n mm p. m ifcts p. m i Canton 6:&4a. 3:47 p. m 4 km p. ro MaasTn :17 a. m l:ut g. m. GOING EAST. ""No. S. "NoTi. I N". a. No. 4. rarioa,jFaat Line U a Mail PacifloEx Ch'agoEx MassTnl : p. m ear a. m ts a. m li: p. m Canton.. :& p m 10:21 a. m 7:48 a. ra Ifcto p. m Louis'ie a. m .............. ........ Btrasb'g Hc3 a. m .. .. Alltancelu.-40 p m 1:10 a. m 8:30 a. m 1:28 p. m Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railway. GOING SOUTH. Alliance Mali.. 11:30 a. m do Express.-.... S:SS p. m do Accommodation....... ...... 6:30 p. m GOING NORTH. Alliance Mail H 11:M a. m do Exoreas 7:1 P- m do Accommodation - - 7:24 a. m Leave Bayard 12:10 a- ni.; Arrive N. Philadelphia 3KW p. m. Leave N. Philadelphia 6:40 a. in.; Arrive Bayard ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 5 January 1871

Political. Why He Voted Ticket. "ATery," ot the Cincinnati Commercial, r wh" i now traveling , through Geor, thus writes to that journal : ' "A thought strikes me in regard to "leading Georgia Republicans" that we hiar so much about. How many are there? If the negro element was strick en out. the whole Dartv in this State wo'd be leaders. According to the number of whites in the paity the number of white leaders, officers-holders and politicians is enormous. In all my traveling and exper ience in Georgia I have never met a white Republican who was not an office helder, or who had not been in office during the war. The whole animus of the white por tion of the party seems to be to get office. If they cu t get office there is a row. I am sorry it is so, but any. amount of sor row will hot alter a fact. ' "Yeaterdav I heard 'an old negro ex plaining to a few of his color bis reasons tor having voted the Democratic ticket. Said he, as he made fierce ' gestures with his weather beatetf h...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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