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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
W J lli a at. E.. FI sk.- -.
, , Secretary of 3tnte, (
. TUOMAs IIUBUARI),
Metnfer Hoard of Public Work,
' iork rvf Supmnt Court,
JOHJTM. WEUB.- -
Ohio Democratic Electoral Ticket.
. (Kit U. Mtat-Ht Ijrre.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
For AuciUir :
... ANDREW J'ONTIUS. -Clerk
; GEORGE W.. J I EN N ING.
AND UE V ST A 1 1 L.
Iuliriuary Director i
LAWllEXCE A LEXANDKlt.
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers.
' -rent, b
I Ht Gf ncr
"The scverd Statci wnnxwin the United
'SiaU-s, are nM united on th )rinciplo of un
imittHl gulmiuuion to their General Gvem-
. -nent, bnt ry compact, untlt-r the tyle and
a Constitution tor tlio unilen niaiea,
; ainmUint uls thereto, they conAlluted
i Gf ncral Uovermnent for special purpow!
r t!e!efjatl to that Government certain tu
I .nltc nowrra. reserving, each Stato to Itself,
t jUe reoidury irtasa of right to ' their self-pov-
r- erntnent; ana whenever the oenenu uovern-
ment afwaines nndelcgatod power, iU acts are
miauthoritatlT, void, and of no force; to
Ida compact each Slate acceded as a State,
and b an intesrral party, its co-State form-
i ing, a to Itself tbo other party; the Govern-t-lneiit
created bv this comiact was not madu
17 lower delejrated to itself since that
CWLhave made ita discretion, and not the
Cr.'..:fcifm, tlie nieAsuro of its powers; but
tJ i i ii'l W'.er rin of compact amour pow
er fa"i!jJ common jiuljje, each party has
utt-equni right to judge for itwelf, as well of
infrnctioua as of the mode and measure of
THOMAS JEFFERSON : 1795.
V :i 'Every friend of our fn-o institutions
iiouM he always prepared to maintain un
i naired aod In full vicor th aionx and
t- '. KKK1GNTT OP TUB &TATKS, and to COUtluO
..- action of the General Government stnet
y :o the sphere of ita appropriate duties.!'
sAkibsw Jackmos: 18 J i
i . ..
, "ilow LOATii.oMB it hi to nu to see an
1. f!eud laid aside, principles of justice
. .. i Veudship forgotteu, aiul all for the sake
J f . v;v; and the jr"'t Democratic riuty
i ! ip endangered for. ltutv t 1 au
. .Vnpoa it with any calirmess; every
. i t'. it, vKn Kautiny. turns to harm and
il -.aunotone benetWial result caiv
J. i i-.l . it." n..wiw Jacksox:
'fL ant n IniiVjtt ;very mull i ri
my rlsrimfnt U k I ! K-rt,iml wlu-n
1 sim'.l tu? cvnv;iv:td tu!it tin war
(for itjil'jiTt uiiv UT tfuuj what I
sh vt; jtttotionel,.r the tir-iTan: iit
:d-lifn itsitij;. .its tfddii-r.' to execute
1 the purport of tn uhoiitioniHls, i
1 jdedirrt yotr my honor tisTt Mddur tlr.it
fc3Iwdlearrj my svronl on the other
1 o, a anrf Kit mi; lilt Wlin mil Irtll It'.
—Col. U. S. Grant in 1861.
Wo . ley was released Thursday.
This paper, t,ily $ ,l0 per year.'
7f.vi t.-r.-fi In Vcw York.
1 The ouitandlng circulation of the
j nhl tate IVtnk of Ohio, i-s $107,521.
I Nino hundred nd nin-ty ii;ht p'r-
-'ons are' ci"X through' bankruptcy
in Massachusetts- . . .
Twenty-nltiftfend hodira have been
taken out Of the New York 'rivers
Muring the pa-t five weei
a girl In Chi.-ag.- died,
''S a I A
' ftditf, which
fw picking her
owlng the point of.
broke oif while she
-i i .-t t . loni n vj 1 1 ii ii .
" .ttbor strikes are becoming very
i:n.).i at thrt'livt, and the tenden
t w:ges ia tUl tradrs xceis to
Mef'ooJe.n-Kt i'obttrn are in the
jbatuocell, iilii'.rlr.g "'it ! with a bluck
b:irUr, nn:l u white hora;- thiol, and
p-.ifsi-'Ing the time-phvylng t-ards.
A yi.urig Iij", while passing along,
the street, yesterday.-, in . Pittsburg,
t wa severely, and perhaps fatnliy,
J Juretl by . th accidental discharge
a gun-wltich young man was care-
. John McCa'rly, n lad 'ten .yntM
S Bge.XetU'iV rit froul f,n0 "1 of a
I nt tiieilejx't in Olumim. Ohio,
' Ve-tnrsdy evenin?, and broke
j t,tk. lie died i!i?tanlly. , ,
' The rca'd"nee of J.olu (irt-o and
' .lonliian Slicrntan, at Citcleviiie,
were eotcrnl lov1 burglar some time
i. during thi ldtfht. TiuMiiuoutit taken
' was t-n).. N clue j et to th thieves.
; In a quarrel at a farm lionise
j Can. bridge, Maryland. Hhadnick
s wa killed with an ax by William
Itik, a younjr man in his" employ.
j ' Ri.ok wi arrested and lodgerih
'f whore h took his', own life hv
hanging U'.etliotl. , '., ' ..- . -'
CLfw-'a PhiladelphU lrlends
:tpoinU'd n eomniiite" of one hund
i red iti t Uetioc'.er forhiiu at the New
York-Convention. . They ought
f have fdrntihed tlieru with some goo.1
'. miuuasr'Tor his nomination, : If
hadany tucii article ' In their pos
se;r4n ! " " -
"A coni'JtiiUeo cif the MaeMtchusetta
" l-lslature rc-iorts that one-half
tho child re-, fngftk'ed tn the factory
Rervi'.-e die Irirfon; th y reitch the
of fK'hlfcn, in fon.ei'uer.ce of over,
work nhd loux hours.
At -Naplervl!le,HI., on Sunday
I ashore itiiiretatPjn wue "poisoned
I r -'n-.irtloinatlnff in. u love feast,
' rejd i"r which had been prepared
lU f;)!,.vr kettle,nd nllowexl to remain
)u;iril o'xvdlred, - A terrible scene,
ji -.j.Tering endued, about one hundred
: iid thirty icr.ons having , partaken
., thfWjlson. . AutHotes were
f .'inlstercd, ani the majority
': .jf to re-ovr but a score or
".r rerv : dtisrerousj condition.
f j-. ' r .T-ic ctiryventioii of
4--..v. , icnmtai.-trictatCon-'
'" tr-,. vesterdsyTHiOniftUfetl
V - iV., John SIteM,; of Vayette
' r.esOutlyuJ iudoiyiug
("k lcr-t and platform at-d Pendle-
: K'nt, were alo utc-u, .
'- i.., l.,r"T
'X iennblleaa cWntfonortho
itU District at LnTayett.pn
t rday, r501"
W th JIr"Gdd-
, A patent h3 been applied' for by a
gentleman In Detro:t,Michigan,vhhh
according to h3 views., will revolu
tionize the system of pfoimKJ'Vjy
Steam. - Ilia plan consists of four uir
tlRht cylinder: cone-tdtaDevTat the
Cnda, which run the entire ltHh of
on which arerfju'tetl Ountlouwu.-t
screw threads answering or bucketX
With these he expects to be a?de o
propel boat at the ruto of of thlrt-
nveTOiK-9 an hour,
David Berlii, who Alls the impov
ton otlke v of Hair-'nvist , in af-H91eaTtMythe
Louls.was sentenced yesterday morn
ing to pay $300 fine and"' thirty daye'
imprisonment, on a charge of open
and notorious adultery, preferred by J.
hia wife. Some , ten years ago the
parties separated after tney haa lived
together twenty-seven years. Berlin
meantime lived with anot her woman,
whodied recently. Ilia wife,' who
had become old and poor, applied to
Mm for annuity to sutort her, but
tailing to get it, she entered prosecu
tion Just noticed.'
Mr. lt.'M. Hoe,', inventor of the fa-
nion.s printing prens, has meinorluli-
e I Consrress fr tin extension of his
p.tteut, which expires on the 2tth if
next month.'" It wits oiii.ially gran
ted iti ISIti, " and su'iseijueutly exten-
t.-tidcd in ISOl, Kince which last date
Mr. Hoe says thut because of the war
he has sold but a few presses. The
memorial sets forth the vast benefit
his invention has been to journalism
and civilization, and affirms 'that he
haa not yet received adequate returns
fur the time expended and the money
invested In bringing it into successful
operation.. . . t
Banta Anna has agent at Browus
vllle, Texas, preparing fcr a raid into
Mexico from that point.
The iew En-land Anti-slavery
Society has pronounced against Urant.
Tho July interest on the foreign
State debi of Ohio amounts to $31,000.
The Radicals are talking of Ex-
Governor Dennison for Congress la
tho Columbus District. .
Farmers in Central Ohio are aban-
boning sheep culture as uuproOtable,
A brother of John CJ. Heenan was
fidally shot in Philadelphia by a cou
pie of roughs.
Chicago-claims on lncrousoof 41,000
in population within the last eighteen
The Union Pacific Railroad 5i now
completed to the GOOth mile p-c-'t itt
It Is rumored that Evarts is to take
charge ot the State Department.
Keverdy Johnson haa been confirm
ed as Minlstei to England.
Brigham Young has the contract to
grade the Union Pacific Railroad
from the head of Echo Canon to Salt
Lake, an.i has begun work. - ,
President "Johnson has bought a
beautiful farm of five hundred acres
at Henderson' Depot, in Tennessee,
with two fine flouring mills on It.
. A very destructive' Are occurred at
Marquette, Michigan, on Thursday
night. Over'ono hundred .ha'idlugs
in the business part of j tywn were
oiniutii'jil.fThct is oyer One uriill-i.-.n
J'.)!lATf!. ItiMinuiee HiTtftll. "
IV'iiMis . iuiprtol enough lumber
!-t year to build u. tlifee Iwuird !;aee
twice iirMttirt th" -world nr.ft t;riee
around herself. '
Truth from a Strange Source!
D.-n Piatt, a radical writer. In the
Cit;i:nii:ti Commerci-il, who seems to
have more hone.-ty than generally
falls to the lot :f moiigrel politicians,
pays of his party :
"We have developed more rastrality
than any orcrantattion ever calUnl hito
existence. Ws have tilJeU tho ottlces
with thieves an 1 their pockets with
i-iealii'i; Wo liavt? organized rns
that in turn create otttce-bolders and
control the government. Men go in
poor aud come out tnilliounint. For
one ti illur paiil to the government
from li?.rd eartiod taxes, hundreds
stick to the dry ringers tf o'.Ce'al
What do our "ioil" neighlwrs think
of this? Remember this is not the
charge of "a rebel' but of a "Uooiy
loil." Tie history ot the world fur
nishes no parallel to the ' barefaced
robberi s, swlndl.s. The . Leaders
too of this pure party liave theeffron-;
tery usually to justify or approve
the whole system and they-now ask
the peoplo to c-ntiuue thrm In power
by. electing Grant and Colfax the
candidates of the , Plunderers and
Two weeks ago we published a let
ter writteu by Gen. Bombastes Man
dcrson in response to a supiosed
pointment as delegate to the National
Convention or the White lioy-
Blue. .This letter, so characteristic
the man, createtl no other sensation
than that of disgust,, even in
minds of his poliitical friends.
was 'originally published In the Cin
cinnati Gazettti and Ohio State
Journal, to both of which -papers
was sent by the writer. The other
day the following twragraph appeared
in the Outnmercial (Radical:)
"We are informed thnt Inadvertent
iv the uame of one Mander.son
printed as 'the advisory member
the Ohio State .Executive ixmimittee
of tho Conservative Soldier'
Manors' Union party, Aquiia -wiiewi
i .i . i . u . . . .u ... . ; f
llrri-f ' 1
. - - - .
Fourte-nth CV)ngreaionai Disi
"One. Manderson Isn't-; it
cruel to suppose one's self of so much
consequence, and then to be treated
awy frtm home as unknown? ' '
Iinpn.leuT CVaar dead, and turned to clay.
JLfciy ti) a bolt t kwp the wind wr;
Ik mongrel 'politicians love
mire the soldiers as they profs
why have they not paswd BonvB ,-
to protH.-t them from taxatbxfTas
as tho landholders. ' Wtfy not -
the money of the rich ' on the asses
sors books, to subject It to "taxation,
and thus leiien- the demands of
tax-athcrer npon the crippled
wounded men who fought their bat
tles for them ? Why do they letthe
"loil" stay-at-hme, who has a hund
red thousand dollars in government
bonds go cent free from . taxation,
ui.iUe- the one armed, ono. legod
broken dnui -veteran' pay an enor.
mous tax upon his little home
everything he. eats, drink?, wciih
uses?- -Will some - soldier lover
us? ' . ' ':,i -
Tan raia Stonewall ha reached
Japanese waters, only to find, In
revolutionary state or tho country,
KOYemmwit to receive her. .. Her
took nine moutlui; tlie diMtance
was il),Qi;0 miles-; i'JIOO totts of
were consumer.he is thu only irou
ciid th.Ht over liTada "the distance
without a -iouA-oy. She ws In several
galos,:but rode them ail ouviuieiyi.
Ox our first page is an article from
last week's Repository, which shows
up somewhat the crushing and horri
bly slavery that lias prevailed in Great
Britain r centuries, ''Land- mo
noroly" Is, of course, the leading fea
ture In this inif-eratle bondage. Pos
session fit the $oil, on whk-h all must
depend for eilstefice.-iaa boremeanu
of maintaining a despotic system of
government. It is, undoubtedly, the
gtwvt instrument of tyranny. This
landed cIhss controls the government,
shapes alt government affairs, and
mere beasts of burdenT la force
rttia, land - hen es - requires Branding
armies, navies, Ac.
In this country we have the aame
element at work. This ruling class
here are voting themselves, through
grauts to r ill roads and other maneu
vers, Immense tracts ot land. ' This
class also lavors wealth at the expense
Of labor in every way po.-aiblo by
tariffs, banks, &c This ruling class
aio exempts the wealthy bondhold-
holders' from paying taxes, and pay to
Uieni Interest In gold, and force upon
the peoytftj,;!.-, Irredeemaple. paper
Tho party of tyranny In this coun
try is the same as that in. Great Brit
ain, in their objects and lnstruuii n
lalities. Tho diiTereuce is in situa
tion atld in circumstances. Their ob
ject is tho 'enslavement of the work
ing classes. . '
Wo can not understand how a man
sympathizing with the working class
es in Great Britain, can side with a
high tariff, monopoly, despotic, bond-
holding class in this country
The Nomination of General Grant.
The Chicago. Jferuld is an organ of
the Society of Friends. In other
word, It speaks the views of what is
known as the denomination of Qua
kers. This is a large "and influential
society. It haa its thousands yea,
tens of thousands of voters. Hew is
what the organ of this extensive re
ligions organization says of Grant I .
"Toward General Grant " wo feel)
nothing but friendship; wa have no
faults to parade, or, rather, no desire
to parade his faults; no selfish inter
ests to subserv no desire for the su
premacy of, this or that party, simply
for party's sake, but only a strong and
abiding hope that our country will be
preserved, and the liberty we now en
Joy perpetuated forever. We regard
the nomination or Ueneral Grant as
an errors he is solely a military man;
tias no reputation other than as a
Generalt has never had an opportu
nity to display those talents necessary
or an executive to represent this great
and growing Republic. Claiming to
be a Christian people, we have no re
gard for a Christian representative in
our choice. Knowing that a great
Republic like ours can only be main
tained by the wisest legislation, aud
needs the service of Jgreat statesmen,
we yet hand it over to schoolboys in
experience and soldiers by profession.
That those who serve their country
well should be rewarded, we- admit;
but let us reward wisely. Because a
noble sailor should snatch us from a
watery grave, .we would not feel
bound to employ him as our physi
cian. Yet the manner in which we
are handing this country to the sol
diers is nearly parallel. Far. be it
from us to cast a slur npon a sotdter
simply liei'ause he has been a soldier.
Ncr . will we crowd upon him offices of
tru.-"t aud ,4mpirtatire tor tho sama
reason." : ,
Exf.f..iNi Is dealing out llritiKh
justice to Peniitn felons remorselessly.
O'Farrell, the foiled assassin ol Prince
Vlfred; Barret, the alleged "Clerken-
well e.iploslonict," have been bustltsl
into eternity with a haste- more in
keopiujr with tlie relentless "rigor of
martial law than the calm and assured
majesty of civil justice. Whether the
Australian Fenian legally forfeited
his JIfe. we will not undertake to say.
The .ease of Barrett, however is more
doubtful.' Six witnesses, whose tesi
mony all the ingenuity of the law.of-
fiers of. the Crown was unable to in-
val idate, sworo to his being in.Glas-
irw at the time of the Clerkenwell
The funtral of Ex -President James
Buchanan took place at Whcat'and.on
tho 4th iust., and was largely attended
Committees froin Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, and other places.
being present- The Iilajor and Coun
cil of Lancaster, the - fire "companies,'
and delegates from all religious seetiH
and the public schools of that place,-
together with many persona frrmi
broad, attentled the body tothegr
In Woodward Hill Cemetery, near
Lancaster; Pa. The day' was ery
generally observed in most of
large cities, and in Washington
public business was suspended in
Executive departments, and in
Serrate, which adjourned.
Help Me, Cassius or I Sink.
The Army editor.of the Stark Coun
ty Republican, is evidently becoming
alarmwd at the.increasing conserva-?
tism f the JvTvtwsajn Blue.
knowleyO-;vthy deion of sol
dierelrpfm t.h" l"puu1icafjHllt9
our eoiutvvujli?u(tne re-tniin-
lzat'.onS of, the3rand "?.taiy of
RepnMien )fdert-9eeiire meetings
or reunVorithaf theyt may be dra
gofned into the support of measures,
obnoxious to every Uver- of his coun
ty, and Its institutions. That game,'
1st cnuyexpieU. The boys are no longer
to be hoodwinked.- The scales
and falling from their eyes. They fought
to put down s
secession, and restore
1 L II1UU H3 lb a h- jvi iux una
accomplished. The ratter-is of
conaetpuence to the present dominant
Dartv than the evation- of the negro
ace.-- The soldiers did'nt fight
that purpose, hence they are uniting
with 'the democracy toTegislate
the benefit ot the white man,
THE DEMOCRATIC COLUMN.
HOW DO YOU LIKE IT!
OHIO. , .
' NEW YORK,
. - W E S T V I R G I N I A,
' These States, now Democratic;
a iimjority of the , Electoral. Votes
the "loval". States 124.
.Ex-kkvenue collector T .C. Calli
cott lias been sentencedi'Q, pay. a
of $10,000 and be imprisoned two years
In the; Albany .Penitentiary, fcr:
government ; Richard
C En right',- eighteen months imprls
ptpent and'jtJOO flue'ran4-J. S..-Ajr:
lo, to on year's Imprisonment
f)0Q nne.r .These are all ; Radial
otucohoiuers, heretofore, .known
'trooly iolL" , They jpst -turpt-d
few too. may honest pennies, i .
Hamilton, June 8, 1768.
To the Editors of the Enquirer;
- Inadvertently the name of a fellow
called &f anderson was printed in one
of the papers as the advisory member
of the Ohio State Executive Commit
tee pf the Conservative Soldiers' and
Sailors'- Union party. As our party
has no 'organ," you Will confer a fa
vor by stating that General Aequllla
Wiley is the member of that Commit
tee for the Fourteantl.jCongressional
LEWIS D. CAMPBELL
Chairman of the Committee.
Ia.tlje, above Col. Campbell has
mistaken oir district, General Wiley
being, as stated, in .the 14Lh district
jind a resident of Wooster. Our dis-
trictis the 17th and Jn It are plenty of
gallant conservative soldiers-- w)w if
appointed, will repiesent the district'
and the cause ably and faithfully in
the New York convention. These
are not mere soldiers of fortune but
true soldiers ot the Union not radi
cals aud tools of the disunion black
and tan leaders but honest and earn
est citizen. Soldiers, ready at all
times to peril their lives and fortunes
in the cause of their oouutry.
t- m - jj. -
Some radloal organs are shewing
tiieir ..venom and charging James
Buchanan as the cause of the late
war ic. . Who prevented the adop
tion of the Crittendeu Compromise
in 1801 and consequently a complete
adjustment of all difficulty ? Dou
glas said it was the Republican lea
ders. Who' broke up the Peace con
vention at Washington. in 1SGI? The
same Republican leaders. Mr. Lin
coln had it in his power to have com
pelled his party to acceptcompromise
and adjustment and thus prevent se
cession, and war. This is truth, and
history. ''Facts are stubborn things."
Soldiers of Stark countv-, let us
remember that the Democrats, as a
jarty, were continually, during the
rebellion, denouncing the war for the
I nion as a failure. Stark Count Jie
liitblicojt. . .
WTelI, la It not a failure? Has it
restored the "Union as It was?" Is it
not manifest that the object of the
war was entirely: for party purposes
for abolition and negro suffrage ?" It
is now three years since the war was
closed and those States are not yet in
the Union. And they are only to be
admitted after negro reconstruction
by military - force.
Is this what our gallant young mon
fought for? Did they fight for Negro
rule? Is this negro line, the old
Union line?" The "boys"., don't
think so and' hence a large majority
are now with the White man's party.
As it is; Internal revenue is the
As it was: "Eternal vigilance is the
price of liberty,"
price of liberty.
Grant, loves a trotter, and a . purp
dog. but hates the Jews,
On the 20th of March. 1868, Hon.
C. C. v ashbui ne, of Wisconsion, in
tne course ol a speech delivered in
the House of Congress, to show what
a swindle the Union Pacific Railroad
was, said among other things;
.1 tHdieve i state uotmng more
than what is notorious when J. say
that the Vice-president ot the road
has charged the Company with Jive
hundred thousand dollars, as having
been expended in Washington to se
cure the pussuge of thai adj claiming
luat the money wus exueiiata in a con-
Ji da Uuil wuy, and devimhiy to furnish
Was a committee appointed to probe
this foul -affair? Not at all. Did the
pure Butler aud Bingham demand
investigation? Isot at all. "Did any
radical member demand it? Oh, no
Yet these worthies say thirty - thou
sand dollars were used to ! induce
Senators to acquit the President.
General Hunter (radloal)' and not
General Hancock was President
the Court Martial which tried and
con victed Mrs: Surratt, General Han
cock was not'a member of this mur
derous military court at all. Accor-
dine- to the decision .of the Supreme
Court of tho United States, iu
Milligan & Bowles case,1hese military
eommliSiou courts ' to try civilians
were ail illegal and heaqe void.
Hence the conviction and execution
ef Mrs. Surratt waa murder.
Tuv Wadswoith JfiUeipruse takes
us to task for stating, two or three
weeks since, that General McClellan
promptly resigned hla position in
a- army in IS6 after hw nomination
President. The Enterprise says
resignation took place after the elec-
tlon. - Why did it not eive the
of "the letter ol resignation?
think the date was about the time
his acceptance of the nomination.
We have not heard of Grant resigning
yet by letter
General Grant and the Israelites.
We publish in this paper an impor
tant document from the Israelites
St. Louis In relation to General Grant.,
The public is familiar . with the cir
cumstances that have . compelled
large and respectable a class of citizens
to make public protest against
the election of General Grant , to, the
.highest office in the Government ;.
Lfany are ignorant in .the premises,
the document we publish this week
ILt.nb& CXYiXaJriott Jetter.
the Eastern. Argus, saysthatSL?ng ex
perlence has demonstrated the sMt-t
that no dog law can. be. mado sufli-
eiently stringent to prevent puppies
from barking at .geatlenieo..", He
was roferrinc to -a "certain mulatto
puppy who barked "at hira : withibe-
nastiest sort of canine violent in Con-
The Radical editors .think that
are exceedingly worried over the Im
prisonment of. Mr- Woolley. Not
hundredth part bo much as they are,
and not a thousandth part so much
On Tuesday night, tlie 9ih Inst,
Cambridge, Ohio, a few minutes be
fore 12 o'clock, B. F. Sipe, Esq., keep
er of the Washington Hotel in that
place, was shot dead in the second
story of bis house by a boarder.James
Kennon. Kennon is a drunken reck
less youuc: man and seems full of re
morse for his foul deed.
A dispatch from Oregon reports the
majority of Smithr. Democrat,
Congrees.between twelve and thirteen
hundred by official c;unt., The total
vote of the State ia nearly twenty-
two thousand, the largest ever polled.
The State Senate eUnda twelve Dein-
- raf s and ten Republicans; Assam-;
fcly, twentyreight ,Democrabj . and
Georgia was admitted into the
Union January 9, 1788. When .did
that State gst out?. Who will tell?
Louisville Journal. Advertisements.
' : --j,---
The nnilersfgned has- bweb )u!t vap-i
pointed Administrator of the estate of
Daniel Uchtenwalter, deceased, late ot
Stark county, Ohio.
... MICHAEL BOHBEK.
Jun 17. JS$SwS v V.. '.-
Notice Is hereby riven that the under-
Rieuedhns been duly appointed and qual
ified as Administratrix of the estate of
Charles Moos, deceased, late of Stark
couutjr, Ohio. . ...LUCY A.MOOS. ,
1 jBtl7w3 f ; . '. V t ;
Mary Bnrnequet vs. Francis Savageot.
By virtue of a Fl. Fa. loaned frbm the
court of ximmon pleas of Stark-bounty,
Ohio, aod to me .directed, I will oiler lor
saie on the promises of Francis Savageot,
near Ixmlsvme m eata county, -
Saturday, the .27th7Jay of June, 1SG3,
the following d ascribed personal property
to wit : Three acres ot worst, more or lea
in the ground.
Sale at li) o'clock A. M-' IVrms push.
U, A. DUNBAR, tbonff
QHERIFF SALE. . , :.. .
liobert Johnsou vs. B. B. Rickard et al.
By virtue of a Fi. Fa. Issued froiii the
court ol cam mon plea of Stark cou a I v.
Ohto, and to-ute directfel,.I will offr for
sale in The'lown or WIlliKitisport;' tiow
AUiuucc, in said uounty, on .
Monday, the-20th day of June, 1868,
the follow ing described personal properly,
to wit : One engine and boiTer; one flax
braket, on toe devil, and n lot of belting.
Sale at 2 o'clock P. M. TVrms cash.
R. a. Dunbar, sheriff.
June 17td .
R. W. Teeters vs. John Charlton.
" By virtue of a Fi. Fa. issued from tho
court of common pleus of Stark county,
Ohio1, and to me directed I will lfer tor
sale at the Nixon House, Alliance, in, said
Monday, the 29,th day ol Juue, 18G8,
the following descrioed personal property
to wit: One bay mure; dark bay mur;
one sorrel mare and one black mare.
Sale at 10 o'clock A. M. Terms cash.
R. A. DUNBAR. Sheritl'.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE QF
. REAL. ESTATE.
In pursuance of an Order of the Probate
Court of Stark county, Ohio. T will offer
for sale, on the premises, on Saturday,
the iin aay or j uiy, ises, at one o'clock
P. ML. the following described real estate
of John Essick, deceased, to wit : Lot
number thiity-tl-ree in the town of New
Franklin, In aaia county, vrnn uppurto
nances. . -
Terms of sale : Oue-thtrd of the pur
chase money in hand, aud the residue in
two equal annual payments, with. Inter
est from tne aav oi said me pavmenis to
be sooured by mortgage on the premises.
jam .3 SL.t-ri rz,. Adm r.
June 17, 18C8w4 .
JDwb Quarters of Good Land
In Ellison Township. Hardin county. O.
Tkia l.nH i u u i 1 1 1 a f tfi nHllt. A t lt 1 1 f nlllH
trom a town named Washington. This
land will be sold for cash or satisfactory
Also, I wish to sell
An Osit-lot of Three Acres,
Seuth of the Old Graveyard, in Caiitou.
Also, my wife's life lease in
EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND
West of -Meyers's 'Luke.
Terms and further particulars will be
made known by calling on the subscriber
at his residence, corner of Plum and Fifth
street. Canton, Ohio.
j. a. CASsiL.i.r.-
June 17, I868wi . :
ATCHEH -AND; JEWELRY.
OTTO WISTERII ALTER ' '-'"
. - " 1 :
Watch and Chronometer Maker,"
B?iri -av-to aunoinoo to the citizens
Canton ami viciniiy inai lie is
about opening a ator in
the Geneva Sc. American Watches, Clocks,
No. 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Having a thorough knowledge of the
business, and a large assortment of the
very best -
Jewelry and Silverware!
I can secure to my customers some ad
vantages of which they will he ready
Special Attknims will be paid to re
pairing of all kinds, which will be done
reasouamn prices, ana on snort notice.
JB-Call and See!-&s ".
- . OTTO WINTERHALTEll,
No. 1 Opera House Block.
J. P. lAUUOl
HAM TON MARBLE WORKS.
EAST TUSCARAWAS ST., '"
Opposite American Hotel, Canton,
DEAI.KRS IS -
-MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES.
of American and Italian Marble,
Got tip in the mo.st appioved style
moaern lasie. :
R. fc J. F. BAUHOF.
June 17, ISfiSff
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
pRED. KEMPER & CO.
Having purchased the interest of Kemper
Jt Appel iu the Cigar and Tobacco
ness, iavite their friends and the public
generally to call and examine their stock
ot ' " ' '
TqJ") a c c o ,
Which consjst ia part of the
Best Havajia, ' '""- "
Seed and Common
Best -brands of
Fine Cut Chewing,
And all kinds of
PLUG Dark and Bright.
' Best brands
S m okin g
Lone Jack, Virginity, Birds
Aud general assortment of
P IP E S,. P O UCHES,
J .. . , . -, . . '
rt.einember the Place, in Ramie's
Red Front, East Tus. street,
June 18, lSftStf ,
p o R S A LE .
I wish to sell my QOT-LOT in Young's
Addition. 'It contains one acre and a
a ad Is situated near the East Rail
Bridge. It ia:a good lot, and may be
on reasonable terms. For further partto
uiars inquire of the undersigned at
residence, Kast Tuscarawas street. Canton,
Phio, , . , -
. FRED, HEINQARDNtK.
June 15, 1868 w3 -
n REAT REptlCri'lON In PRICES. I
Priced of . Goods Approaching a Gold
, y?: -i Basis.
; " i NICHOixAS ; BOUR,
i 1 - - -
' Merc h a.at..T a i 1 or,
Has reopened his Merchant Tailoring
Harter's Bank Block (Second Floor),
j Where laslias Just received
IS XKTIRILYHKVrv KK9 'WaXtrSErtCTBD'
Alao, a Splendid assortment of
! . . BROADCLOTHS,
; - - - . - . - - 1 -'. 1 - .
Cassimeres an ;V es.ti n gs,
. of all Kinds, Styles and Pioosr;.
1 IT. BOUR, '-
The wdi-known Merchant Tailor, pay
individual attention to very garment
made at bis establishment.-
I'anton. Muv . 186S-r
P ALKE'S -'
LADIES' FASHIONABLE '
No. 3 Scujefeu's Opera Block,
CANTON, OHIO. -
The undersigned takes pleasure in an"
iiouiiciiiir io the Ladies or Canton and
vicinity, tiiHt ne is now prepart to ac
commodate thuni, at verv reaaor.aule
prices irom one i f the moit choice ass
tortmen's of all kinds of
Cnmprlaing among many otn 1 1 lei. i a
great variety ot
Silk and Straw Goods,: .
EMBROIDERY of all Kinds,
BRIDAL WREATHS, "
And all other kinds of
A splendid stock of the most modern -Styles
aud Colors of
LADIES' NEW DRESS SILKS,
LADIES' CLOAKS & SHAWLS,
And everything to complete a Lad its'
N. B. Miss Heisskr. until recently-the
well-known and accomplished Milliner
Massitlon (sister-in-law of the under-
sinned), assisted by several other compe
tent young. lauies, are constantly engaged
in making, altering and repairing Huts.
Bonnets, tc, in conformity with the La-I
lesi. Styles.-- ...,.
He bus made arrangements, to secure
always the Latest fashions, so soon
khey can be had from Paris and New
York, Call aud examine beloreyou pur
chase el s w here.
40tf -. . i. . . "
fPHB BEST AND MOST ECO-
X. eiOMICAL STOVE IN USE.
Little's Improved Cook Stove
Eor either Coal or Wood.
Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron 'Ware
Sold at Wholesale and Retail.' R. Littl-x
A BboTHBR have tho bns'neaa inebarg.
1 Canton. Ohio. Mav 27th 1863. '
O R S A L E -.- ; .
' T '
"'T.. C. NIG HM A N ,
! All kinds of '
Also for sale a large quantity nf second
BRICK, AND DRESS 121) STONE
Call soon upon .
T. C. NIGHMAN.
This nooular Familv Cook KLove
now been brought to such a degrees
TiArfACtinn. nnrl liv aptiinl Iriril huu
firmed all that ia claimed for Jt. We
therefore safely say it is thk most tkb
FBcr stovr in csk! and defies all oom-
As a baker it is uasurpassed ; and
every respect it never fails to gi ve satis-
We also continae at our establishment
.. U-nnnlVA 17 T .... I. .1...
uuipiig mm. IV , tuq
'I tn r inn. anH Urx t m a I ? . , i mium
.uumfi to UFuuiiiS uiuii.tno.
We give special attention to -
And we invite our Iricuds in want
such work to icive us a call Our terms
June 3, 186Sw4'
QALL AT A. HURFORD'S
And got a LITTLE'S COOK HTOVE.
HURFORD ; - '
Has the best COPPER KETTLES
the city. Call and get one.
Keeps the cheapest STOVES & TIN
WARE In the city.
Notice is hereby gived that the- under-
aigned have beeu dulv appointed
qualinea as administrators or the estate
oiuiouu luuier, laitiin oinrk ijuiiiny,
deceused, ISRAEL WaRTMAN,
Jui e 10. 1883w8 -
XT ANTE D SALESMAN
TT sell Goods on sam pie. Gvod wagei
and steady, -employment. Address
stamp,-. a. iiua.ii.rw iX ui.;
" ' '- ' Canal Dover, Ohio.
49lf .- ' ' ' -' -
W ATER' COOLERS nice
v T cheap at . -. -.
- - arvoupa- saxton
n AS PIPE AND 1-TXTURES
VI ' nice asuoriBient. at
i;U'CltiNs Or' ALL SHAPES
Jt the best madsr and warranted, at
ROCERIES AT WHOLESALE:
C. BIECHELE :
v". . v .-- .. ' '
" Pas Just opened his slock of
KAST ROOM of this REX BUILDINU
East Tuscarawas Street,
.ns- Ga.XTON'. OHTO.---''"
. ' ' dc, &c.
! RETAIL. DEALERS lu Stark and sur-
li-onnding counties are, invited to call aud
examine tny large' -
STOCK OF CHOICE GROCERIES
And judee of Prices, Ac.
Among my Stock, I have a large variety
of whoico aud carefully selected
Rhine, Margraefler, and French Red
Best Catawba and Isabella!
' PS- Please Give ma a Call.
! . C. BIECHELE.
Canton. O., June 3, 18ti6-tf :
O OL! WO O LI
EAGLE WOOLEN FACTOR V.
Parties having Wool to work can have
irduue at the JNew ISagie Woolen facLory
on South street between Lind & Co.'a and
Davis A Sou's Mills, Canton, Ohio, at the
following prices :
Doeskin Cassimere at
. 75 cents per yard.
Doable and Twist,
90 oeuts per yard
' SO cents per yard
( Country Flannel, yard wide, .
30 to 35 cents per yard.
Fancy Flanuels, 28 in. wide,
25 cents per yard,
J2.00 per pair.
Carding, Spinning and Reeling,
18 cents par pound.
25 cents peer pound
Stocking Yarn, "
8 cents par pound.
We have on hand a large .-tunriuent of
' ". ' ' . . Yarn
Of our own make, which wwtt -in
at mauufacuiriiig rates, or trade for Wool.
ROBBINS fe MILLER.
I G.II TNING RODS!
S. F. CROSS A CO.;, '.
' ' CANTON, O., -
Have, for tb pas.t ten years, been engaged
in erectiug Lightnin,; Rods to the entire
satisfaction of their many customers.
are now engaged in the business more
earnestly and successfnllylhan ever, and
we reKpeottiilly call public attsntion
STAR GALVANIZED LIGHT
Which is superior to any in nee. -It
has "laae ixpm .MaAnetio Iron, manulactured
can nd connected with pure copper couplings
I renaenng equai 10 popper twui,
bols surmounted with a Gold-plated
Chester Point of Pure Copper, thus form-
in ,UK continuous Rod from the Point
tna ground, and by a combination
mcuiii. iviuimg u..,..v .,..v.j
I ro5' , , j t j . .
11 1 Qiai m . u u uwu .a - -
l , KriwKl o. I l
. .1 n v.... til...
i ' . "...r:-
i ,jeat ornamental appearance on tne Duiid-
I inn worth mora than its coat as a matter
1 of ornament, say nothing about its sur
I Drotection acainst liehtnintr.
I More than two million feet have been
1 soiu anuuaiiy ior me last, nve years in
fipria oi mo country, ana noiwiinsiana
"K we nave constantly orrerea nve nun-
tired -dollars to any person who would
show that any building injured by light
ning with our Star Galvanized Rods
properly and scientifically erected there
on, not one accident has been reported
us. Wo continue to offer .the above
.The price is so -trivial -com Dared with
the advantages of a certain protection
against the terrific -effects of lightning,
that it Is manifestly to the interest -of
persons to have them. Unlike anvthine
else, thes oonductors last lor generations.
wny aeiay so important a matter when
tew dollars invested in our Star Galvan
ized Rod will place you and vour vi-od-
erty and family out or daager as long
tin building stands. - '
Or will voudelav until the' crash
broken thunderbolts and the vivid bnrui
lugs of fierce lightning awakes you to
necessity of this . useful means oi' protec
We also erec Carbonized Iron LIsht-
ning Rods with the same ctipp :r plated
points and the same insulator. Ourglass
insulator is a decided improvement upon
anything of the kind ever tised. I
discharging points to relieve Uie
when over-chiu-ged, aod thus prevent
All orders left at the corner of
and Eighth streets, near the New
or by letter, will receive piompt attention.
3. r . UtUSH k uo.
Canton, O., June 10,lS68-tf. .
E M O V AL !
or BtrMt Canton Ohio
vuiu. f Ut WU
F. J, LINDBMAN
. Has removed hi
Saddle and Harness Establishment
Near tothe corner of Tusoarnwas A Cherry
ill. continue to ma Ve good work
and cheap. Let all my old friends
customers aud as many new ones
choose, call and try' me.
F. J. LIXDEMAN.
Canton, May 27, 186Stf - s
jOUNTRY MERCHANTS. AND
F-dRMERS Take-notice that the Larg
est; Rest & Cheapest'stock of Hand Hakes
in. .this county fcr sale, wholesale and
tail, at . ... :
,.'.',, . CORRELI4T.
is the plaos to get your cheap SPOUT
.' g- ' ' : - ' , ' r
r .... .v. " .:v .
All over the Ontted States. Agents re
making $200 to $300 per month. Exclu
sive territory given without any extra
charge. There is no eingle article that an
agent can sell that there is so good a profit
on, or that will give as gjod satisfaction
as M ii.i sstjltom..
If parties want to buv territory. I will
sell County or State Rights very cheap.
and assist parties in starting the manu
factory. ' .
If you want to act as an agent, or buy -territory,
call on or address the pa ten tea
and manufacturer, ; 1,1.
A. M. BLAKE, .
St. Cloud Hotel, Canton, O.
For restoring Cray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A tlrctslug which
healthy, and cfleetual
lor prefer lug llle
Faded or arav
hair ts soon restored
to its 'orinincd color
. , ""y'"0 color
Wtth the gloss and
t x. r il
freshness OJ youth,
Tllin hail is thick-
ened, falling hair eliecked, aud - bald-
np oftpn tliniiTli not nlwnva fiirj.fl
ness otten, inougn not always, curcu
by Its use. Nothing Can restore the
1.1;- ,,rKn .1,. cii-ii ..i. l. . i
hair where the follicles arc destroyed.
the "lands atrophied and decftved.
. V ,r ,
But SUCh as remain Can be Saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
Of fouling the hair With a pasty Bedi-
, . -i, ... :. , j .
ment, It Will keep It clean and Vigorous.
Its Occasional use Will prevent tlie hair
from turning gray or falhug Off, ' and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious Substances which
make some preparations dangerous and
lniuriOUS to the hair, the Vmor can
. , - ,
TT X TT- T-v T-k T- C C T Tvv - .
only benefit but not harm it
merely for a
nothing else can be found eo desirable
ContailllUj; neither Oil nor dye, it does
.:i 1.. D
-"-" . uiiiui iv, auvi jvi .uo.s
long on the hair, giving it a rfdi glos.y
lustre and a gtateild perfume.' "
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co,,
Practicaland ANAAYTrcAL Chemists,
PBICB $1.00. '..
The Great New England Eamedy 1
. J. W. POLAND'S - '.
WHITE PINE COMPOUND
IS now effered to the afflicted throng; tout the
country, after having beea proved by lite teit.
of thirteen years Iu the New- liagland States,
where Its merits have become as well kaona as the
tree from which, in part, it derives its virtue.
. THE "WHITE PQTE COMPOSD
Sore Throat. Colds, Coughs, Diphtheria,
Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pul
monary Affections generr-!!y. It is
a Remarkable Remedy for Kidney ,
Complaint, uitDetes, uuncuity -:
of Voiding Urine, Bleeding
from the Kidney and Blad
der, Gravel, and other
JVom A MoMon Journal.')
Boston, Jan. 20, 1806. '
Poland's White Pikb CoiirouXD. Aftsr
saving (Iven it a thorough trial, we esn coafldently
teeommead PotatuPs White Pine Compound as a
very valuable article fer the eare of colds, cenfht.
and pulmonic complaints geneiklly. - la several
Class, ws have known it to give prompt relief when
all other remedies which had beea tried bad failed.
It il in article, which, In a climate so promotive of
sadden and severe colds aa is that of New Ed gland,
ought to be la every family ; and we are sare that
those who one obtain it, and give it a fair trial, will
not thereafter be willing to be without It.
A VALUABLE MEDIC1SB. Dr. Poland1 White
Pine Compound"-, advertised In ouroolnmns, lsasso
cessful attempt to combine and apply the medicinal
virtues of the White Fine bark. . It has beea thor
oughly tested by people in this city and vicinity,
and the proprietor haa testimonials to its rains
from persons well known to our citizen. W reo
ommend Its trial la all those eases of disease y
which It is adapted. It Is for sale by all our drug,
gists. JT. r. Independent,
The While Pine Compomnd Is sow sold la every'
part Of tho United States and British Provinces,
rBEPABXD AT THE - . . . ' v '
XEW-ERGLA2EI) BOTANIC DEPOT,
C.D-A-MONd CO., Proprietors.
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING.
The undersigned having disposed of her
interest in the firm of Heckman A Cluff,
begs leave to inform her friends and the
public, that she is now receiving an en
tirely NEW STOCK OF MILLINERY,
and ia prepared to execute in this line
wiin neatness aud dispatch.' She hones
to leceivea continuation . of the favors
hen tofore shown.
Plces very moderate aud satisfaction
Rr ocas Qii East Tuscarawas street, one
door West of the American Hotel.
Mrs. J. B. CLUFF.
Canton, May,2Q, 1803- tf , , ,
rpiIE STAR LEAD That has now
Bach a great reputation in this market
can be had only at -
JJ0E3, SPADES BIIOVELS,
FORKS, Ac, Ac., for sate chep, at ' -
. . -
Tlie reputiitiuu this ex-.
--eliKut inetuuiac enjoy,
i lui fiuia iu 4-ir- e.
mauy oi Vhfar--h ai truly
in.ir v u tiou.-t . 1 1 1 vet v-: .1 vc
i:it-d Of fcil-Tifululia fils-
ene, wiide tlie pyzit- -n
ueiued i-Mur.Mcil wiili
torn:itiont hnve lfn
l-tiriHcd r.nH -rurwl hy it.
b f. . 1 . ui,.nlnHB ... I
'S. disorders, whirh a-ere ajt-
.-nvatca iv inc ecroia-
' Tans contamination until
'"T were n.nnruiiv aniicuiig, aare imxi rauicaiiy
ruied in but-h creat numbers in almost every eo
hair. ,ion ol" ,he c"lUr. umt u public earueiy need u- 7-
be inl'ormeU ot Its virtues or uses.
Surufulou poison is one of tfce moM destnirti ?
sneiuies of our race. OtU-u, tlii unseen and unftll
tenant of the orgnuismundei mincUiecon.-tituUon,
without exeitiny a Mispicion of its presence. Again.
it seems to breed infectioaUiroushout the body, and
tl'e3on some favorable occasion, riUllv develop
surface or amonar Uie vitals. In the latter, tuber-
cle-may be suddenly deposited ia tne iuain ar
hcalt or mmora - ta y,. lit,cr or ,t show,
its presence by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcer-
ntions on some part of the body. Hence the occa-
Bi0na) use of a bottle of thU WmpoWUo la ad
or disable, even when no active symptoms of dUeiuo
appear. Persons aftlirted with the following com-
plaints generally and immediate relief, and, at
Tetter, Halt Wmm, BcmtO. lie, Jtinptrorm,
Sore Eur, Sr Ear, and other eruptions or
TUible forms of jSmsl disease. Alio in the
more concealed forms, a Jfmmla, J,,,
and the various Vlrmum affections of Uie muscu.
are cured by it, though a longtime Is reqmred Ibr
subduinKUieie obstinate maladies br am melicine. .
But long continued use of this medicine will enro
uie complaint. J-rucomta-a or ytHitrm, i tnnm
vicratiottM, and j-emnir
manly soon relieved and ultimately cured by its
j.iii uy ii'K anu ill vif-ui kiiii -a--vi. -iuu-i ajitcv
lioBs for each case are found in our Almanac, cun-
I'"eu gTaus. jiufssioium ana omi, wnei
they otten do, n-om the rankling poisons in the
hlood. .This sJtSAfAllIJ.Z.A fi a -treat ro-,
storer ror uie strength and riror or tne system,
jprheniyn or Fran, or any of the anectinus
symptomatio of Wraknrtit, will find immediate
SSlrZX? eWen" of
, pbepased st . -
or' " J:ru' M "-
Practical atut JLnatytUml CXemUtm. :
SOLD BY AXL DRUGCJISTS EVERYWHERE.,
WALL PAPER WINDOW BLINDS, &c.
VTjV L L PJV,
O N D. SUP P L Y
- Just received at
GEIGER'S DRUG' STORE,
One of the Lnrcest and best Selected
Splendid Wall Papers, - "
Window Blinds, .
In Price they range from 8 cts. to fl,50 per
U-Come and see!
Ati-tdu. Stay 30. ISi8-int
'ILUNERY & DRESS MAKING
New Firm !
New Goods ! ;
The untlersipTned beg leave to inform the
ladies of Canton and vicinity, that they
have engaged in the above named busi
Heck man's Block, East Tus. Street,
southwest corner of Tuscarawas aad
Cherry streets, where by strict attention
to business they hope to merit aad receive
a liberal share of patronage. t
Millinery Goods and Trimmings
kept on band, and for sale. Give as a call;'
before purchanuin elaewbem. We guar v.
. MM. C. HECKMAN, -sa-1
M lu. WlLjbUAi. . 1
Canton. April 1. lW-n3
How Lost How Restored, i
- Just publlshecd, a new edition of Pr. Calnnrell's '
Celebrated Bemy-on -tne-1Uiiel Care (without
mediciar) of bparmatorrheta, ur Seminal Weak.
ne. Involuntary fiavsal Xorsns, Ispotuiir,
Meotal and rbysical Ineapeuity, Impediments to
Marriage, Ac,; a! so Counuraptitta. Kpilepsy, aad
Pits, inducsd by Mitiadalaeaee or sexaal eztrava-
FU-y. ut a sealed euvelon, Mhjr cesa.
The celebrated auklver. ia his atniiable easay, '
clearly diimonstratea Irom a thirty year's success
ful practice, that the alarming enoaeqneacee of .
sr-lf-sUuse- my ha radieailv ure4 - without the;
daugerous nseof internal metUdaa or I ho applies
tion of the kaile; poiating eat a aiuda of core at'',
once simple, eertaia -aad- atTaettuu, by means of
which evory sutTeier, no matter what his condi
tion may be, may hr, may cure fctatsell ckeaply, -privately
and ra iically. . . . .
ims cture sauaia Beta tna nadd or everv -
Scot under seal, ia the hands ofaverv voothand
youth and errry man in the land,
oeoi unuer aei
every man ia tli
V""" 1 iJV",r. "c1- i Piam envelope, to' anv ad-
.iST "ov? n "wipt ol six centa. or two post
a Mft vaiverweii-s.-MarrtageOuide.""
W will PC um QVJc u u. in
... . If T IMS- .
klini: A CO.. .
-t-Onice Box, 4.BsSk
Having rented Joseph TFfsSiJ.--'"3 e?jt.-
uaiia, x am preparea to iuraiaaih;
and for the same uionev. than an r.
in town. Give me a trial, and Be if I do
not prove it so. - " - " :
. The sand is of a first rate quality,' as is
well-known. Ordors may be left at my
house on North Market street, or given
to me personally during working hours
at the Court House Lot.
' , T. a KIGiiMAN.
Canton, May 13- 18t8-4t
Puts on;the best TinRoof.
M. O - Huntinttton havlrlir- rinrnhaaiuti
the interest ot R. 1. KuLn 1u the firm of
Huntington A Kuhn, Canton City Mills,
the business will hereaftor b conducted!
under the Arm of Huntington Brothers..
And ,all business, pertaining to former-
nrm wut d settled dv the pros
in ay 27 et
DV the nroant nna.
Kntlc la hereby given that the noder
signed haa been duly appeinted atvd anal-
ified as Executor of the last-will aad tss
tamentof Henry Albright, deooaaed.
- a. GKIB.
may 37, 18s3wB.