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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 28 September 1871

. - ur-ir - '- i wrum itiiiiih -a irjMCs.-i-i aa-v-'-,;---yj,t-.., - - ---Jtvrm'--Mc-' i- --- msm KMmmte" . r.-j T i-riUAa iaii ,i,.iuz aiiti Vt 9 I t - r - , T. 1 , 31. - -, - t c- . s' -'-- f u VOLUME 38.' CANTON. STARK GOUNTJ, OmO; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER; 28. 1871. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANUEIM. LODGE I, O. 0,.F . . Number 4ng. " Hall Commori-iul Block. Meet ing' evety Ttiudy evenlnic. teto '71 F. KEMPER, Seo-y. . . KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Buckeye I.odne No. 11, Knighu of Pythias, meeU every KtitlKy ernuing at I o'eiock. in their new hull iti Huue block, Eixxl Tiiw-'arauiu mreet. i i- --OwlL-A.. M. RuoLimM uuca. N. 4, (X U. A. M . roeeta eTtf ry Kritlay eTuuing at 7 o'clock. In Ianna mtllrr'nnfwMiK'it. H- S UARBER. C. J. V. (iiuacjtr, Seo'y. nuiyll-U Sl PAtL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, C'orner of TVnth" and Poplar afreets. Snnd eel. 8nnd:y o'clock P. M. l'liurt Uy evo- aurrioea, 10 o'clock A. M. au o'clock P. wuady fck'Iiool, 2 o'clock jing Lecture, ciacic. , . - KtffT .1 AS. f. LXlTlCRTT.' n-tor...

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. — 28 September 1871

i. McGregor, Editor. IHTJRSDAY:;;: ::;:SEPTEiIBEK 23. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. GEORGE W. McCOOK, of Jefferson. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, SAMUEL E. HUNT, of Hamilton. .'' ATTORNEY GENERAL, ' EDWARD S. WALTiA.CE, of Clarke. . ACDITOB OF STATE, JOSEPH R. COCKERILL, of Adams. TREASURER OT STATS, DR. QUSTAV BRUEHL, of Hamilton, SUF-RElfE JUDGE, . G, W. GEJDES, of Richland. MEMBER BOARB- OF PUBLIC WORKS, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. , SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM W. ROSS, of Sandusky. ' CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, CHARLES PATTERSON, of Franklin. FOR JUPCE COURT COMMON PLEAS, JONATHAN LI. WALLACE, of Columbiana County. ' ' fob state sxNAiam, - '.i DR. LESLIE L. LAMBORN, r,.fc : Of Start County. ; " ; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. - !" cosstt ArnrroB. JAMES P. SOURBECK. BHERirr. ' . WILLIAM BAXTER. -..! OOTJHTT TBBAiOBBK. 1 GEORGE FESSLER. ' CLERK 0 MB COUT. john McGregor. - -pBosrctrrnia attorney. "' ' WM. A. LYNCH. " REPRESENTATIVES, ' ' ' ;-- DR.J. B. WILSON. . -: FRANK W.BAIR...

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. — 28 September 1871

[...] Meeting of the Columbiana County Pioneer Association. The Pioneer Association of Columbiana unty aasembleJ, according to previous ransement, in the Town Hall, Salem, at JL o'clock, a m.. 7th inst., Gen. Jacob 111--- . i . : oner in tna vuair. On motion of Mr. Greg?, Hon. John arwill, of Wooster, waa made an honor- ry member. Mr. Liarwill acknowledged the compli- lent in a very neat and appropriate JAtAch TT Bflin rt Karl IMd fh J? 'lublscan that the Pioneers of the connty ere to assemble in balem, and be deter mined to meet with them, and see again ie familiar faces ef old friends. He waa ;a8 he bad come. He hoped to see one lid friend among them he much regretted l-as cot mere, tie aiiuaea 10 r inner .a.. locksom, and felt disappointed that cir umstancea urevented his comioir. Mr. L, said he was an early resident of oiumbiana connty. tin fattier settled a the Little Beaver in 1802. From there U went to Fawcetstown, now East Liver pool, remained there ten years. lie serv ed an...

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. — 28 September 1871

Stank County Democrat. A CHAPTER OF THIEVERIES ! A CHAPTER OF THIEVERIES ! DISHONESTY OF RADICAL OFFICIALS. ri.iijs. ' A Few Chips from the Block of Corruption A Few Chips from the Block of Corruption —What Some of the Radical Officials have Stolen More than 825, 000.000! 1. 1 Appended we rivo . parlia! thieveries of Radical t-llkiali-, . of the . anl,,conir mend it totliecareful consulf-rnl .. i evci v taxpayer in !" luiul. who 1s coa,5thJ lo zive a part flf tii rtiriUiVJniiii.id theso Mupcnvlous iuljbnTtV- t ,n-'f . this only invades a verj Bnittlli.ij'tiff.llie thefts that htNJrromniitte.V.'4iiil we uo only tWe.wlueU.DDcur fa-lily to our collection. The lit may V indefinitely eiulcd and. "the sum total or defalcations and open rvV)beiirioBld reach a lintrd millions before the end of Itudjcal'otlifial crrtiif ion' w'tAiKVbu reachetf ' '"'T" ' ' Thtf Radical, prcsd niaKean gn-at Wo abofit'fiaudi ihlhe New York city Government.- Urunted that ll the alleged fraud have actually cccnrr...

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. — 12 October 1871

wBJ;o?.' . lie ,'.-,.. n .... " .. i . t,t. .... - t t .. : . : i v ' ' - ' ' ' ".' ..t !-;.'i,n' i .Jj'ji'i 3 ..J : j . .; ' -. ; !! u:;t ci n ' -i "i' :'.:'. e ' : ., ... . .tn ' IT;1 '. . v ; r ' .1 : .. til'.'L ' : -! I; : V i I . . i:. '. .': :.:,-. y "!.': c . r. . . t- . ' i-..-f ; :.!... ;i. -.!' t' vJ (ii.iiL ;"i v'.r -..I i-i T v.-.y . ' i .. , 1 1 1 - 1 VOLUME 38; CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871. :l 1. v:nu3iber, is... BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANHEIM LODGE T.' O. P-,,F... Number 4ti8.:'t''HnlI iammerctal BlockV Meet- Ings-evei feu-STI ings-every Thursday eveim. o..." ;i KKX6HTS W pyihia$: V Buckeye Lodge No, ll KaiKhtsof Pythias, meet every Friday eveuingat a o'clock. In their new liallfn Haue's block, East Tuscarawas street . , ...ji t..:. ,! B.iCauclC.8.. -V i" ; iCv.TJj A, t; w i i i : J BuonmoConncii.N.4, 0. U. A.- M., meets, eye rv Friday evening at 7K o'clock,, ia Danna miller's new block. R. . HARBER. Ci J. W. GlusaaT.Seo'yT -Tnayii-ti ST. AUL'SE...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 October 1871

1 A. McGSEGOR, Editor. l'HTJRSDAY::::::::::::::;:::::::OCTOBER 12. THE ELECTION IN STARK COUNTY. At this writing we cannot give the de tails of the result of the election in this county on Tuesday... The general result in the county may be put down as fel lows, though the official count may vary it somewhat. The Republican State ticken has about 200 majority. Frease, Republican, for Judge Court Common Fleas has about the same major ity over Wallace, Democrat Wales, Republican, for Senator over Lamborn, Democrat; and Allen, Repub lican, for County Treasurer over Fesaler, Democrat, have each about 275 majority Bowman, Republican: for Legislature has about 200, and Johnson, Republican, har about 150 majority over Wilson and Baird, Democrats. Lee, Republican, for Auditor has ataut 150 majority over Sourbeck ; Page for Clerk beats McGregor about 200.. Lynch, Democrat, is elected over Mc Kinley for for Prosecuting Attorney by near 150 majority. Baxter, Democrat, for Sheriff has a ma jorit...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 October 1871

Local News. CANTON POST-OFFICE. Th Mall utIt and dert u follows : . CLOSE. Fastara Way MIt W WUWTa ....... ...... Eaatarn Through Mail. ...... ARKIVE. , Eastern Thronah Hail .. . 4.-00 p. m 6-.W a. m Eastern Way Mali Eastern Through Mail.. 1:00 p. m 4:00 p. m W astern way alail.. i.-uup.m Taa arrlTal and departure of trains on the P F W O Kail way at thia station : mnn Exprea, fast Una ........ 5:M a m Mail.. ,.1X:3H m . 8:47 p m 7:40 p m Cnicago Express . Pacific Express , Pacifls Exprese... Chicago Expreae.. TA a m .. 4:41 p m ..lfcss p m . r44 p m juati . Fast Una . Wi call attention to the cards of J. F, Clark. Esq-Jnsuranoo Aeentof our town. in regard to the insolvency of two of hie companies. Mr. UlarK baa not been issu ing policies for several days -waiting to Know toe enect or tae umcaeo tire npon his companies. Read the cards in the ad vertising columns and then see if you need any insartuce. Act belore it be too late. Canton Zouaves. At a special meeting of this oreaniza t...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 12 October 1871

Stark County Democrat. [From the N. Y. Herald, September 30.] October Public Debt Statement. ROUTWELL IN A QUANDARY. How to Negotiate Two Hundred Millions of New Bonds, and not let Them Show in Official Monthly Statements Until the Syndicate Gets Ready—A Rapid and Enormous Increase of the Public Debt—The Law of Congress Violated—Secretary Boutwell's New Departure. WASHINGTON, Sept 29, 1871. When Paymaster Hodge, the defaulter, took the first step in the path that to all appearances will lead him to the Peniten tiary, be unquestionably thought himself guilty of a tr j fling irregularity of mere ly borrowing small sum of Government money that could easily be repaid from the profits of his speculations. So Secre tary Boutwell doubtless thought that when ho entered into the syndicate ar rangement he should be able to manage the business 10 as to avoid any very se rious violation" of the laws of the United States, He knew that the act of Congress authorizing the refunding of the public d...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 October 1871

slBjaiv,,.yi-y.wv7y efjp-- r Hnrt ri-Mrww.- f ...-." - -.w-ijf . i ?sui;lt j-. J,e .f J in. it , 1 . ... .' 1 - CANTON. STARE COUNTY; OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1871. NUMBER 19 ' - . ? 141 -Ii " I .--,Yi : Itt I j t M l ! BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANHEIM LODGE I. O. 0. F.. ; ,3 KofcUf to: BinCMmnU Block. M. . in, every Thursday eremite. . .foi.Ml'71 . P. KEMPER, Sec-r. ' U vi -a . KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. j ' , Buckeye Lixil- No. , Xbrgrits of Pythtaa, meet . ... eeer Frtiaa e-reriln-r at o'oloek. ta tftetr nw r .' w Uut'a UKk,itt Iiuwtiu lirMt. K..Bnduai . O. U. A. M. . Fuoujtioh Cocscii Na. , O. XT. A. It, dinIi " ry Fr4dr ivniag TH o'clock, in txuinp ' miller' n block. j, L8. 6ARBER, O i J. W. Ciuut, Bm'j. . nju 8T, PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHUECH. Come of Tenth Mid Voslar 'ttrMt ' Sond , , iuudTdi.-Uol.o'i-lock P. M. Thurdjr ' !tij Lecture. T'Cctoc. . KV. J A3. V. LAVKBTT, Kwtor. . STARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, - ! r. , yBy Job Prtt r. Kmpir moeh.Vmntom, Ohio. tn wrc. a ; C..J.GEIGER, :. - -.. . . UlV ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 October 1871

again and loots behind him. Then hia mounts to the window-sill. His whole form appear naked to the shirt, and )iu limhn dram against the dark wall 1 in the bright light as he swing himself leIow the window, nonienow now none .-an tell he drops and catches upon the too of the windows below him, of the Jr.l atorv. lie elooae and drops agair and seizes the frame with his hands, and his gleaming, body onfo. wore straightens uud aanev Vrtne downward, and drops' instantly and accurately upon .u lw-iil & Utbiil story ---.-about more of joy tban applause goes np the breathless crowd, and those wh had .turned away their heads, not bearing i. look upon hia as ha seemed, about to to sudden and certain death, glanced at him once more, with a ray of hope, J : 1 r.nt Tntn I window he tfrept, to look probably for- lUirnriv but appeared aeai.i presently for here" only was the only avenue of esrD rlesnerate and hopeless as it was. Once more he dropped his body, hang ing by his hands. Ihe crowd s...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 October 1871

A Sensible Subscriber. The pneortL. Statesman. publishes, tha following fro to! a subscriber "jft Exeter' . which "-rptHitr 'cfenUmi-aVert ro?raiblTiggptiomo hit fellcw-ciflzeiia; tm ars-aisposea io-te less prompt In Ten derine the printer his honest dues : '- I have te ubaribr-f fb - Stales man ior icTfroi; years -pae; nI fjvour boofca f will ao wthaf IT has invariably b.a .paid in. advene-'; Vnd vrill Wao long at I receive it' Thia i the only true . principle; n wnich nr ne should take newspaper. . No man should ever b im debt to the printer. The first .newspaper to which I became a subscribe? was the . Philadelphia, Eatutdai Evening iW.Jin 1827 i Icontanued a subsciiser to.thit for several Years, and for forty years past I have been a subscriber to several papers,' : far all ol which i nave always paid in ad vance. At present I receive five weekly papera, all being, paid .for , to January, 1872. I speak not ot' this as a matter of boasting; for.it hat every man should do as his d...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 19 October 1871

Stark County Democrat. CRUISING. - What are the days but islands, So many little islands. And sleep the sea of silence. That flows about them all T There, when the moon i risen, -The peaoeful waters gilsten ; , Uut yonder splsshidg lislenk, ,. It is the souls that full. , .,. The hule boat are skimming, ' T ha wiud-led boats are skimming, nh in its silver rimming. Apart from deet and shore. There not an oar la dipping. While just a cable's slipping, Unides out the phantom aoippiog. KX'(iuU wanders evennoro. - 1 Svery day's an Island, ' A green or barren inland. A lowland or a highland. That looks upon the sea. There fruitful grove are erowning ; There barren din's are frowning And rocky channels drowning The little boats that Bee. . How many are the Islands, . The teeming, talking islands. That in the sea of silence. The roving vessels find ? Their number no man knoweth ; Their way the current showeth: - The tide returnless fl'oweth ; As each is left beluod. The sailors long to tarr...

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 October 1871

NUMBER 20 VOLUME 38. CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THtTRSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1871. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MANHEIM LODGE L O. O. F., . . Komber 408. ' Hall Commercial Bloelc Meat- '" KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Backers Ledge No. 11, Knlghte or Pythl, meet . every Friday evening at t o'elock. In their new hall In HaueS block, East Taacarawaa atreet. ,. ; . . . . . . R. K. and C 8. ' .., ..: O. U. A. M. Raaoumos Comroa No! 4, 0. TJ. A. M meets ere rv Friday evening- a 7X o'clock. In Danne rLier's new block! . R. ft. GABBER, O , i. W, GiuuR.Beo'y. mnyll-U ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Corner of Tenth end Joplar street. - Sunday ; servte 'tee. lo;-4 ootocn a- e. I Baaday School, o'clock Y. M. Aaursaay w Bine Lecture. TVi o'slock REV. J AS. a LAVERTT, Rector. STARK COUNTY. DEMOCRAT. A: nieGreiror A Bon, Publishers, end Plain ami rmmey Job Printers, Empire Block, Cantos, Ohio. , C. Jrf GEIGER, : rucglxt, East Tuscarawas street. Canton, Ohio. '.'' AMERICAN HOTEL. By A. L. Rothacker, East Tuscarawas street, ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 October 1871

7 fatty tmcqat. A. McGREGOR, Editor. THURSDAY:: ::OCTOBER 26. THAT LIE. Before the election, Mr. Wales and other radical stampers of this county, as well as their organ, charged that the rail way company through their attorneyt Hqx. Twing Brooks,, of Salem, was aiding the Democracy with money and laboring to defeat the Republican ticket, especially Mr. Wales for the Senate- It seems Mr. Broeks, who is an ardent Repub lican, telegraphed the Rep and Rep charge for bun, and to folks to deny the ..1 LvAflnv!niia fnr th miore99 of the RenuHicn ticket in Stark, including Mr. Wales. The telegram was suppressed and the lie was reiterated, Mr. Wales re peating it at Alliance the night before the election. It is small business for any one --to resort to such baseness, and surely a Senator of Ohio should be above this thing of bearing false witness. . But, how this radical world is given to lying just before election I' "Why does not the Hep & Hep yet produce Mr. Brooks's state ment, in ju...

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 October 1871

JUDICIAL HODGE-PODGE. JUDICIAL HODGE-PODGE. Awful Punishment of a Government Thief—The Way It is Done. [SCENE-A Court Room; Judge on the Bench; Paymaster Hodge in the Prisoner's Box.] BY THE COURT. Paymaster Howt! stand tip right here Your guilt, my friend, to all to clear; A half million you confess . Yo stole, and net e doHar lea.'' Wa do not blame you for the stealing, , Hut for your failure In concealing I This Court Indulge those who hide, . But those who 'fuss we can't abide; Why, sir. If yoa had hid your prise ' ' . Bate from the gase of people's eyes. You might have stolen twio that sum. And yet this Court would hare been mum J Hut being caught olumey thing Yon brtng reproach upon the ring. This sentence, sir, you mustaeids: Tea years In jail, and pay beside I : BY THE COURT. ENTER GRANT. Paymaster Hoiwa, please 'step this way, f, N matter what the Judge may seyr 1 m King of all 1 here surrey. Yon shall iu nnthln. back, dear air. . 1 ,n nMnllM "h'Ylirl nleas yoa choose That'...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 October 1871

Stark County Democrat. Stark County Democrat. A WOMAN'S EXECUTION, PARIS, MAY, '71. BY EDWARD KING. Sweet-breathed! and youag ; The people's daughter: No nerves unstrug .- Going to slaughter. "Good morning, friend I - "You'll Iota ua better Make us amend: T "We're burst your fetter! O .'""Ho""' the ana gleam t- - ! ? " Woma are anarllng) ; w v""Grve me your beam, - -"Liberty darling I Mari' my name ; Chrit' mother bore ti I "That badge T No abaine : i Uled that I wore ill" (Hair to her waist ; Limb like a Venn: ' ' Rot are displaced); "Soldier! please screen ua! "Be at the front? i I That la my lover! , i , "Stood.all the brunt; . i "Now tbe fight's over! . . , - . " t .. t -"Powder and bread $ . . ' - ' "Gave out together. l. 1-c 'Droll t to be dead . ' In this bright weather I ' - 1 ' . I ' !Jean, boy f we might , "Hare married In June!? . Thl th wall? . Kigbtl - t -" " Vw la Ctmm ;" ' - ' j .. , r eriowr'a or" September , ' Yankee. Eights Patent rights. How to get the exact weigh...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 November 1871

NUMBER 21 VOLUME 38. CANTON. STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1871. " i I II t JC UL' V BUSINESS DIRECTORY. X' . MANHEIil LODGE I. O. O. J, Humhtr OS Hll Commercial Block. Moet In kb every Thursday even I nr. fct4aT F.XEMPEB.See'Jr. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Buckeye Lodge N- 11. Knights of Fytalas, meats vry Friday evsnlu at o'clock, la their saw aaU la Bailee blocks EaM Tuscarawas street . i . - . o. XT. A. M. BaMunmr Cotnrcn Mo. 4. 0. O. A. M., moat ew ry Friday .veiling W.ST miliar' new block. . B. 8. BiKBtK, t J. W. Gilsxxt, Beo'y. mayll-tf ST.. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHUKCH Corner of Tenth an Poplar -, "2df arvleee. io;4 a cioca a. ja. ana - - BundayBchool, 1 o'clock P. M. Thursday va- niaa Lecture. H o'olock HKV.JAS. C. LaVERTY. Bactor. ' . 8TAEK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, i. McGregor A Bon, Furnishers, and Plain and Fancy Job Printers, Empire Block, Canton, Ohio. higgtss, EastTusearawas street. Canton, Ohio. ' AMERICAN. HOTEL. . i: , By A- fc.- Rothacker, East Tuscarawas treat, rim ninu a...

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

Cod: olonel, apparently catching some sound if the conversation, leaned towards him nnd made some inquiries relative to the abject. ' Ashe cleverly explained what is chose of the affair, they glanced at each 'her. That glance terrified me, although ' pid not appear to notice it. After that I left the Colonel do the talking, and I, in tuy own mind, figured away at my prob lem, trying it in single and double posi tion. , , , , . - ;- . (As opportunity offered, some twenty miles along the route, I went into the seat with, the Colonel, leaning my head against the shutter of the open window, and ap peared to sleep. The Colonel was getting along swim minsrlv with' his new acquaintance, ap parently quite disgusted with my stupid insolence. After a time I seemed to get ntill more soundlv asleep, and shuttled and joggled about like a small candle in a Urge socket. My hat crushed down over my eyes began toslide and directly like a small felt avalanche, it passed the bridge of mv nose, and spr...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 November 1871

Council Proceedings. COUNCIL CHAMBER, Monday Evening, October 30, 1871. v Council tnet bursnant to adjournment. Present aiaaBara. BeUlenr Bender, Lind say and Stabler President Underhiil in tlie chair. ' - - - - - Minutes of last mooting read and ap proved. - ..,v October 30, 1871. PETITIONS. N i a ? i ; From John Correll, asking damages ($1,500) for fill in: front of premises en North Market street. Beferred to Com. n Claims. - ' . i . from School Board, far a plank: walk along Shnver's lane from Market street to Norta School. . Referred to Committee on Streets with powsr to act. 0 FroaureaidisnU cf Third x Ward, asking for a boose and neCeSBarW.firO l.COatre- . . . , . J ' A ' J iL . menia, ana agreeing to organize mem- selves into a hose company. Referred to Com. on Fire Sept. From Chief Fire Engineer Danbar. rec ommending the appointment at Jefferson Koontz and,Jjouj8.Riger-ag asaistaats. Recommendation .agreed to and appoint ment confirmed '" ' Also from save) asking" (or an id...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 November 1871

A oimtn fmocrat [From the Pittsburg Post, Oct. 21.] "THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT." THE COLORED QUESTION IN THE THE COLORED QUESTION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Exciting Tableaux in the Minersville Wigwam—The colored Man Can Pay Taxes, but Can't Enter a Public School—Republicans Going Back on their Principles—"You're a Liar." and "You're Another"—No Solution of the Knotty Problem. V-ff': ' . ' ' ;t- J"-3asl evening a large and enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of the Thirteenth ward ( Alinpi-sviUe'i was hld in the school house, to consider the question of admit ting colored children in ihe ward- school, v Mr. Wra. ! Gormley was culled to tths cuair, ana W.-fiteimun acleU as iaeare tary.. . , ., ' ' " " " Mr.'JEvart opened the balV.'by' moSnng that a room be set apart, foe the colored children, and desired to know whether the school board had a right to prevent a meeting here. (Cries of go on J Y ' A statesman with flowing locks named McOann, arose and said": This filibuster-. ing won't ...

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