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WEDNESDAY,::: ::::::::::: JUNE 17.
Sale Sheriff; Dunbar. . .
Lands and Lots J. II. Caasilly.
Real Estate J. Slentz.
Marble Works Bauhofa.
.Cigar and Tobacco Kompcx & Co. ,
Oa-lot for Bale F. Hetagardner.
Tar LeTy-City OrJioan'ce.
Watches and Jewelry Olto Wlnterhalter.
Water Works City Ordinance.
Maoxoua Watkb A delightful toiM ar
ticle superior to Cologne ami at litv f the
PxiMoxa In need of the services of an ex-
rcrisnced Dentist should not fair to consult
Dr. Dor uk, who baa an experience of twelve
years practice In Canton. The substantial
character of bis work is fully attested to. by
hundreds of persons who have availed tliem-
civet of his services. The varied experl-
-. encct of so many " years practice, insure to
. -Persona entrusting the care of their teeth to
im e cheapest because the roost dura
t We operations.. Ofllce near OWley'a Gra
NT and opfjfeite Stark County Bauk. 45-tf
Jusdatios Stone. Bclden A Newberry
havo a lot of Llnietttonc. for sale at their qua
' ry, 1 miles southeast from the Depot. They
will dolivu stone at any part of the city.
Several valuable coal leases for sub-lcasc
.byjhe above parties. 47 tf. - '
Matou Satlxu Haa bis oftlce on the
second floor up, stairs, in the-Democrat Build
ing. Mayor. Bajier is also an 'acting Justice
of the Peace. 50, 4t. -
STARK DEMOCRAT FOR
ONLY SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
We' will tend the Stakk Qu. Drji H';iir
till nflor the November cU-ciimt 7C cviii-i.
Let our ti ientls forward fie nanics a:nl '
cas'i it tini'c.
This is an imijurtaiit iieriixl in the histirv
of our country. No time shunM be lost iu
. spreading the political truth. Our govt m
ment most be rescued front its enemies or
liberty It gone. Let every good man and
true American citizen do bis duty in the
great contest approaching. Falter not.
We learn the dwelling bouse of John Fitz
gerald in the south-western part of town was
struck by lightning, on the evening of the
4th Inst.-; No damage was done... The fluid
pasaed down the chimney into the cellar.
Taxpayer should remember that the 20th
it the last day for tax pa ring. .
The city horses ran off with the new steam
fire engine one day last Week. The driver
was spilled, out and the animals went it alone
as long a they could. They broke down
one fence, crossed a field and got themselves
' oyer another fence, but could not get the
machine over. One horse was a little hurt
and the machine a little damaged.
- Marshal Oldfield . found Mr. Parker on
our-atreeu on evening last week making
tome niise and unble to locomole far tome
reason. The March al took the old man to
Sheriff Dunbar's bo.' el, kept by Mr. & Mrs.
Baxter, where be was well cared for. In
the morning the ' Marshal; Mi Parker and
Ma0X Sayler had a talk. Tka-i 'iuwuudor
standing" was toon explained, Mr. Parker
had met tome old friends and bad taken a
little too much. lie wanted to leave town
Snd promised the Mayor he would do so al
though hit rheumatics somewhat hindered.
' Mr. Parker took Walker's line,
- 'The Grand Jury found but two icdict
menta at their recent session.
Ohio vs Israel Young, . for aMault and
Ohio vs Daniel Miller, for Bmglary. .' '
The City Council on Monday evening or
dered the widening of North Market street
north of North street, (Scbiefrr's bill). It
will much improve that stree.
Weather hat been very warm the past
The Cassilly block on the old Shorb corn
er will toon be ready tor the root.
The foundation walls of the new Court
House are moving along. . The bad weather
bat retarded the work considerably.
The following faculty has been selected
by the trustees for tht -new college at Alli
ance: Isaac JjTott, A. 31., President anil
Prof, of Biblical Literature; A R. B.'utou,
A. M.,. Prof., of Latin; J. M. Demtnon,
of GrH.-k; B. A Hinsdale, Prof, of IIitory;
R. B. Johnson, M. D., Prof, of Anatoxiy
-ud Physiology; J. L. Pinkcrton, S, B.,
Pro of Natural Science; Alio Ilaaacome,
Teacher of Modern Languages. Tho chair
of mathematics bat not yet been filled. The
first termopk.-as In August ; .
LoneviLUi Irxva. The town hall at Lou
isville la suspended, having got into court,
-John iL Cock and others sworn out an ia
j unction and Sheriff Dunbar gave legal no
tice to John McCain mon and at, Trustee,
to bold up. : Of course, they obeyed.
Work it progressing on the large new
Catholic primary school . building and par
The measles .are "bad In , Louisville ana
Quite a number of good buildings are giv
"lag op- ' .' . - .' - "
A son of Mr. Gibbany on the Oth Inst.,
wa dro wod bj the old Eshelmaa mill dam.
IFts body wa found next day." The parents
were at the time In Pennsylvania.
The r losing exercise of the school year
of St. Louis College will take place next
Tuesday ' "W r ' understand qaite a -number
of our cilufu intend to be-, present. . The
rftmaion will doubUeat be. Interesting a
One proA-ort are very able and .competent
'eachers. " "
- iloAB Rxratrrt for tale at this office.
Wabsaiitt Deed and other blank
aid at this office.
A few copie fcf the 4Tracticai Siiep
herd" for sale at this office,' "
Closbo Oct. A large ' collection
- choice," 'standard historical, , poetical
tniaceliaoeoii book for tale at this oulcj
John McGregor. '- ' ' .'
Subsenbwrs kt a distance are again
Minded that our term are $2,00 per je"
Tn rcaan . why Dr. Livingstone came
out of bis recent African ' explorations
. good health U that the natives stole hi ined-
iciue cheat, .r Wa pity the nali ve.
To the editors of the Crisis we are
' debted for a moat elegant likeness of Hon.
- George IL Pendleton, " . The publiahers
pose giving to each of their campaign
scriliers a similar likctie
The SVrARKWi.'NLY1 Medical Society
Will bold its exV niectiug at Canton,
Thursday, June 25ti. Business of iuterest
to the prof esaioo ia always transacted.
by Di. K- G. Thdnus. Essayist,'
JV. O. ButletC Subject, for dUcusskm
MONDAY EVENING, June 15, 1868.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
President Wyant in the chair. Present
Anderson, Lindeman, Myers, Seine fer
Rank, Schilling and Miller. .
Minutes read and approved.
. From Chaa. J. Buuurice and others, pray
lug for the extension of Cherry street north
wardly to the Shriver Lane. No reference.
. Flop A. F. Wolf and others, praying that
the sidewa'ks on Tuscarawas street be kept
open for .pedestrians.' Referred to Street
Remonstrance from Ignatius Malline and
Others, protesting against the discontinuance
of burials in the corporate limit. Referred
to Committee on Graveyard.
By Committee on Claims, reporting the
bill ($93,25) of Mr. Eitnier, correct and
favorable to allowance. Agreed to.
By Mr. Schsefer, reporting that the lot
owners oil North Market street fully en
dorse the plan of widening said street agree
ably to the survey of Mr. Williard, with the
exception of tl no residents on the east side.
This project created quite an excited debate,
Mr. Scbsjfer strenuously contending for
lines of the street according to the survey,
backed up by John Lahm, Esq., one of the
interested parties, and Messrs Buoher and
Whiting two interested parties living on the
east side, contending against the widening
of said stnvt according to t!io proposed plan.
The lines as run by Mr. Williard, were flnal
The following claims were allowed:
Bills of different parties for ropairs to the
steam fire engine, amounting to $15,G5.
Buckius & Bro. 3,40, repairs of conduc
tors to public cisterns.
The following biils were ref-rred to Cum-niilt-e
Mr. Rusc' 3rt,V"M, fr repairs -team
' I.. Scuwalic, fiS,t repairs tv culvert on
; r Marsha! smt- i
T cilect a loan fo.-Ater wnrki la tl.e
city of Cnn'ttm. ' K-atltlse :hird tim.-s a;' l
To provide for the payment of city
Marsha!.' Rca'l the second time.
' To pavis fbciry from TUBCarawas to Tenth
street. Read the first time.
. To assess and levy a tax on the Real and
personal property In the city of Canton.
Read three consecutive times this evening
That the Fire Department Committee are
authorized to purchase harness and a wagon
for city use.
That Mr. Davis act as engineer of Steam
fire engine at a comjxmsafion to lie hereafter
agreed upon. -
That Teuth street from .cherry, to new de
pot be liUedwith,. gravel, if most, advisable
In opinion of Qommittee on -Streets. ,
That gas lights at the Court House - and
old Eagle corner be left burning the ' entire
night owing to cXcavatious at said corners,
and the eucrlmbered condition of streets.
. That the committee on Extension of Lots
ascertain if Bucher't Addition has ever been
accepted1" by the citj', and i so that an ordin
ance be drafted to that eifect, as there ap
pcard to be no record of thesame. ,
. Adjourned for one week.
New Cumberland Is one of the good
old towns of this section, situated hi Tus
carawas county, twenty-two miles or so
south of Canton, and near the Gnaden creek.
While there on a little business the other
day we put up with that prince of good fel
lows Robert Ckookb, "who knows how to
keep a hotel. ".'
Our old Trend, T. H. Baird, for many
years, the druggist of tho place and also
postmaster, we found the name amiable gen
tleman. Mr, Baird. wishes to sell out, and
this would be a fine opening for a man with
a small capital. ''
We paid a brief visit 'to lion. Richard
McClellax, member of the General Assem
bly from Tuscarawas county. Mr. MeClcl
lan Is a sound Democrat and lives at home
on one of the finest farms in that neighbor
hood. Judue Laitin's residence is near New
Cumberland, and for many years be has
been one of the pillars of the Democracy,
lln is pa.ssiug tho evCcing of his days in
rcat'iiiip anil coritcm?'1!' .n, deeply interested
In tiie welfare of hi iXiinitrv ud the rcsto-
i at ion of the white man's Government o
Washington and company.
Adjoining Judge Lsppiu's f.irm is Ike large
farm of Mr. Jonathan M:i.ij. who kindly
invited us to visit his place. Mr. Mills's ar
rangements about bis residence are of the
finest aud most beautiful deseiiption. The
trees form a rich and charming shade about
his house, while the many flowers coming
out all around add to the beauty of the scene.
Mr. Mills's garden is a model of beauty and
neatness. . His flower beds are magnificent
even this early in the season. The worst
we can say of Mr. Mills is that he is asttong
and leading Republican.
TnERE has nothing of importance been
done in wooL The general impression is
that the market will open at very low figures.
The Onto Farmer, in its last issue, eaj s:
''Having spent a week at the headquarters
of the wool trade, it will be ' expected that
we give some information to ' wool-growers
a to what will be reasonable to expect in
the opening of the wool seatton. At present
the wool trade is decidedly drill; there is
enough of old wool in the eastern cities to
supply the demand until the next clip come
Into market, and then wc look for prices to
J run low. But we have the bet of reason
for believing that price will be bejter foi
both wool and woolen1 goods in October than
they will be in July. It is a significant fact
that sagacious merchants are laying in their
fall stocks of woolen goods off the spring
market, and that speculators are bnying up
woolen to hold for a rise. In view cf these
fact every man must be bis own judge
to the best time for him to selk"
A max named Harrison,' who resides
Ilanovertown, Ohio, came to this city on
Western train Saturday morning, expecting
to take train for the East While waiting
at Uie depot be was accosted by a young
man who engaged him in conversation,
the course of which he informed Mr.
that he was' going on tho fume train with
bim, reqn?stcd Mr. n. to go with him
another depot, as he wished to see about
baggage. ' The two men left t he Union de
pot at about five o'clock, and proceeded
.along the board walk to the edge of the ele
vator, near Washington street, where Mr.
ITarrisnn'was suddenly blinded by a handful
of pepper, and relieved of ninety dollars.
By the time Mr. H. had recovered his sight
the rogue was beyond reach. Pittsburgh
i . 9 I BJ .. . JJ .' '
.Ti'' American SiOck JorssALfor June
'U at band. The enterprising publishers
this valuable Monthly offer to send -ample
copies free: Each number contains thirty.
two large double column pages, devoted
Farming, Stock Breeding and Diseases
Domestic Animals, illustrated with numer
ous engravings. Address N. P. Boyer
Co., Publishers, Parkersburg, Pa.
County Commissioner's Proceedings.
CANTON, June 1st, 1868.
Board met in regular session. Present,
R. R. Porter, Louis Schrefer and Richard
Lee, who constitute the full Board.
In the matter of the application of O. W.
Lawrence and others ror a county road in
Canton township, Jacob L. Bachtel, Thomas
S. Williams and W. C. Richards were ap
pointed viewers, and J. G. Williard turvey
or, to meet at the Surveyor's office in Can
ton, on Saturday, June 20th, 1868, at 10
o'clock. A M., to ditcharge ' the duties of
their appoin nei.1
The following are the estimates of the
levies, to be made for the year 1863 :
County purposes, 1 mills, $30,000
Bridge 44 8 " 70,000
Poor 44 3-10 44 6,000
Court House 1 44 20,000
Public buildings 2-10 44 4,000
Maionry for bridges let as follows :
A Voght, Bridgeport, Jackson
township, $6 85 pr. perch
44 Canal bridge, 44 44 44
Baker & Uillem, Wolf's Mill
Oanaburghtp 7 50 44
Baker & tiillem, Bower's
farm Canton tp 7 60 44
J. Clapsaddle, Market st,Al-
liauce 7 49 44
Main street, 44 44 ' 44
In the matter of superstructures advertis
ed bids were received for all. It was order
ed that a practical engineer be engaged to
examine the bridges built by the various
parties, and report as to the best. The bids
are to be published on Monday, June 15th.
Ordcroi, That the order issued by this
Board on the 17th day of April, relative to
the Hewitt road in Paris tp. be and the same
is hereby rescinded.
TUESDAY, June 2d, 1868.
The sum of two hundred and fifty dollars
was appropriated to Plain tp., for bridge
The viewers upon the Railway to a cer
tain coal mire, appointed on the application
of Jnhu Jacobs and others, reported favora-
b'.o r! ;M of wav vn znu.tcd as prayed
lor iwntv feet in width, iii'I damages j
awaidi-d for kinds so';-.;lu to be apjiropr'atcd
u. l'c.lKv.rs :
To V.'m. H. Kirk, Julia A. )Vn! and Jacob
Dlil, Cressy Wcy-iiuli and David Weyaudt,
Eliu Cluy and Win. P. Clay, the aggregate
sum of two thousand doiinrs, and to John
Moblry the sum of eighty dollars.
The Boaixl ' adjonrned as a Board of
K;uaization uutil Monday, June 15th, and
ordered llie Auditor to serve notice on all
parties who refused to gwear to their returns
to the Assessor to meet with them, and show
cause why amount in valuation of personal
property, monies, credits &c, should not be
The following bills were presented and
Esq. Bowman, costs, Ohio vs Bixby and
Thomas Patton, removing furniture &c,
from public buildings, $12,00.
J. G. Witliord, Engineer of Patton's Ditch
Ordered, that the Auditor be authorized
to pay out relief funds for the ensuing quar
ter at the same rate as heretofore.
Adjourned till Wednesday morning.
Tub following old settlers of Stark county
have been selected to preside over the Pio
neer Festival at the Fair Ground on the
Fourth of July.
C K Skinner,
Osnaburgh tp, - '
Sugar Craek tp,
Lexington tp, .
Henry Van Dorstes,
John W Greenwood,
Ellis N Johnson,
R. H. Folger, Esq., Cob Balk Rev. Gor
man and others, will address the assembled
company. There will be a meeting at Har
ter's Hall next Saturday afternoon to com
plete the final arrangements. All who feel
an Interest in a Pioneer Picnic, are request
ed to be present.
Mayor's Cocrt. Last Thursday was a
holiday, and a bit of a row occurred up
street in which 4'Frank" got a badly batter
ed face, having been overpowered by num
bers. The accounts of the row were .vari
ous. No one knew who 4Struck first," and
the court spciit the whole afternoon in try
big to sec what, was in the cae and who
wasituii!'. Mr. Adam Stuck, who was.
present, gave the only intelligent accouet of
the affair. The enly trouble was Mr. btucK
was vi-rv wordv and lenethy. ' Two of the
assailautswere fined ten dollars and costs.
We forbear eivini: names for the whole
thing was a 44misunderstanding" all round.
" Recaiti'Ued. Sheriff Dunbar and J.
Rigler, with the assistance of P. J. Kierer
of Ft, Wayae, and Sheriff Davis, Messrs.
David Middleton and J. D. Beard, Detec
tives of Logansport, Indiana, recaptured
Peter Rodabaugh at Logansport la that State
on the 9th inst, who, our readers are aware
escaped from Prison some four week ago.
Sheriff Dunbar was determined to leave
nothing undone to secure his man, and when
be undertakes to do a thing he will do it, or
know the reason why. Rodabaugh will
probably be tried this term of court
A Row at Sparta. We learn that a bit
of a raw occurred one day last week, in
Sparta. It seems a Mr. Yant while driving
his cows Dast old Mr. Teeple . became
angry at Teeple dog running the cow;
and to revenge himself threw a stone at the
old gentleman, who tossed one back; Yant
threw another wickedly and hit the old man
(now about 70 year of age) In the face.
knocking out tw- ct fell eeth. Mr. Teeple
it a quiet peaceabte vuizen, while Yant
inclined to be quarrelsome. Tho valiant
Yant after the row, went before the Justice
and swore bis life against old Mr. Teeple.
Grant made the folle-wing Bpeech on be
ing visited by the committee appointed
inform him of bis nomination :
'Ydu'd scarce expect one of my age
To speak hi public on the stage,"
And if I chance to fall below
Charles Sumner and Galuslia Grow,
Don't view me with Ben Butler's eye,
But pas my imperfections by.
From Marshal's pup great dogs do blow;
From Utile colts great horses grow.
As you'll agree, it is too late
For me to try to cultivate
The art of speaking. Therefore, i
Will let the little job go by.
IU only say that 111 fulhll
Whatever you, my Inenas, may win.
And it is now my full intent,
If I am chosen President,
To so discharge my official duty
That every act, my friends, will suit you.
The Crow Are really promising.
made a short tour last week, during which
we were in Tuscarawas and Carroll as well
as Stark counties, and wq enjoyed the glo
rious sights. The waving fields of wheat
promise an abundant harvest Other grains
also look well, and the young corn is rapidly
progressing tliis fine weather.
The finest and most elegant pavement
our city is that being put down by, Mr.Schse-
f er for the- "sidewalk at his ' Opera House
MEETING OF CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
The Result of the Primary Meetings.
The Central Committee met yesterday,
and found the following to be the result of
the Primary Meetings :
For Conokkss Daniel Sourbeck 975;
L. L. Lamborn 1,071.
Auditor Andrew Pontius 1516; G. P.
McCadden 875; Daniel Daugberty 137; J. L
Clxsk Geo. W. Hennmg, 1296; S. S.
Comissiobr Andrew StabL 910; Levi
Stump, 828; Samuel Stover, 555; Joseph
Ixvikmaky Dikbotob Lawrence Alex
ander, 1772; Andrew Lotbamcr, 483; Peter
M. Myers, 292.
The following gentlemen were found to
be elected Central Committee for the ensu
ing year :
Paris Township, J. P. Rouch; Wash-
mgton, Peter Veserat; Lexington, J. B.
tlson; Marlborourk, John Bryan: lmi-
shillen,. Joseph Gachatte; Osnaburg, J. D.
aimer; Sandy. W. II. Knotts: Pike, Dr. C.
T. Walker; Canton, Wm. A Lynch: Plain,
Levi McKmney: Lake. Edward Berry:
Jackson, John Hammer; Perry, J. B. Es-
tep; Uetlilehenj, John Leow; Sugarcreek,
II. J. Mc arren; Tuscarawas, J. W. Ober-
lin; Lawrence, Joseph F. Kirk.
The following are the names of Delegates
to the Congressional Convention :
Paris, John Carson; Washington, D. II.
Smith; Lexington, II. Walser; Marlboro',
Jacob Ba.ir, Nimishillen, E. Lan Ion; Osna-
burg, 8. Snyder; Sandy, W. H. Knotts;
Pike, Dr. C. T. Walker. Canton. Law
rence Alexander, Wm. Daunamiller; Plain,
John Steel; Lake, L. Raber; Jackson, Sam
uel Beatty; Perry. Levi Stumn. Lee:
Bethlehem, Alex. Henderson; S.iirarcreek,
S. S. MeFarren; Tuscarawas, S. Krider;
Lawrence, Job Haney.
On motion, the uew Committee and nom
inees on the coun'y t:ck:.'t me.;l fti C'umon,
on Saturday, the 27:!i ilirf.
Oj". niolk'ii, A:;i'!:k I'l.M'jr was de-
ckjetl the noiainec f;;r Auditor; Ue :gk W.
Husning was declared the uomuies for
Clerk of Court; Andrew STi.nL for County
Commissioner, and Lawksnce Axrxakueb
for Infirmary Director.
On motion, adjourned.
WM. A. LYNCH, Ch'n.
LEVI McKINNEY, Sec'y.
Transfers of Real Estate. The follow
ing are the transfers of Real Estate for the
Isaac N Dorse to M D. Higlev. part of lot
100 in Massillon, $6000.
Jacob Brumbaugh to Henry Albright, 5
acres in Lake tp, 463.
Ann Eliza Myers to J G Piero, lot iu Canton
Fred Young'B adm'r to Margaret Forsythe,
out-lot 1 in Young's add to Canton, 500.
J U L puam, trustee, to John G Wormck
et aL 170 acres in Bethelehom tp, 12,000.
John Mcdymonds to Julius noun, lots 10
and 11 in McC's add to Massillon, 750.
Mary Shade to Conrad Shade, lot 159 in
Myers add to Canton, 1000.
Jesse Harter to Adam B rouse, 11 acres in
Plain tp, 1100.
John Font to John S. FohL 97 acres in
Bethlehem tp; 4834.
Emanuel Cronenwett to Herbert Sweet-
parts of lots 162 and 161 in Rinehard's add
to Waynesburg, 2700.
John Fleiaher to W Baglcy, lot 17 in
Grant's add to Canton, 200.
Kent J Chase to John McClymonds, lots
349, 350, 851 and 852 in Jarvis' add to Mas
Eh bowers to James Valhlee, lots 18 and
19 in Trumps & Sowers' ad to Canton, 1200.
Margaret Vomer to Peter Cholley, 82
acres in Sandy tp, 5037.
Benedict W elton to Fred Welton. 1 1 acres
in Sugar Creek tp, 800
At the Opera House Hat Store may be
found a large supply " of Palm Leaf Hats,
you who want the article should call there.
A1k common and dress Hata of all kinds, as
well as Caps of every variety. Their furn
ishing Goods are also choice, such as neck
ties, scarfs, Paper and Linen collars, Gloves,
suspenders and the celebrated diamond shirt.
Remember No. 1 Opera House Block.
Election. Remember that the citizens
are to vote for or against Water Works on
Saturday the 27th inst. The amount to be
voted on is fifty thousand. See ordinance
in this paper. . ' .
Concert. A grand Gift concert will be
given in tt. feters (liernian Catholic)
church, on Saturday the 20th inst. The
leading vocalists will be MLss Kate Malline
and Misses Gaiger, and Mr. Ballard. Prof.
Shearer will iierfonn on the splendid new
orgau. Refreshments will be served in the
Cantos Marble Works. We call atten-
to the advertisement of the Messrs Baubof
in this paper. They arc most excellent gen
tlemen and good business men. Their work
speaks for itself.
Death An elderly .man, named Payne,
died suddenly on Sunday the 7th mat, of
whiskey and exposure. It teems he bad be
come filled with the article and lay out all
night. He was found and cartd for on
Sunday morning, but soon died. The coron
er 8 jury rendered a verdict of ueatn from
intoxication and exposure. He belonged in
Coclt Is still in session and wQl be prob
ably for another week. Sprankjea against
Burton engaged the court and jury tome
f jur wr five dayr, and before concluding
was settled by the parties, Burton paying
Sprankles one thousand dollars, and each
party paying his own cost
Frightened to Death. At tho station
in West Salem but week a two-horse team
was standing near the track, the wagon be
ing load xl with coal, when the cars came
along a:id so frightened one of the horses
that be dropped dead. He belonged to J.
P. Patterson, of Congress. Wadhwoeth
Entertrisb. o . '
Allbs Zollars, Eao, We see by the
Fort Wayne Democrat that our young law
yer friend Allen Zollars, Esq., of that place
was nominated by the Democratic conven
tion of Allen Co., Indiana, on the 6th, as the
candidate for the Legislature. Of course,
Mr. Zollars will be elected in that Democra
tic stronghold. Mr. Zollars is a sound and
reliable Democrat and will make a worthy
Representative success to him.
Mr. McGuire, the obliging Agent of the
American Express Company, will be happy
to attend to the wants and wishes of the
Canton public in the matter of shipments
or express of articles of value. Mr. - Mc
Guire understands his business.
Issued from the office of the Probate
Judge during the week ending June 10.
- J. IL Gabel and Esther L. Forbush.
bsml Dim and Ilarriet Hoagbrod.
John Killer and Elizabeth Uexamcr.
1 N Ross and Ellen M Bast.
' John Sbimp and M Sue Teeters.
, Jeremiah Boyer and Libble Nixon.
Samuel Stoneyf elt and Sarah Keck. .
Lewis Bowling and Henrietta Swateti.
Daniel P. Rice and Emeline Miller.
Thk old church organ of St Peter's
church of our city, has been sold to Father
Bo fer for St Louis church at Louisville.
Professor J.1 W. D'Ostroph will be the performer,
Soldiers' and Sailors' National Convention.
' From indications in the East it is believed
that the National Conveation of the Conser
vative Soldiers' and Sailors' Union party, j to
be held in the city of New York, July 4,
will be the grandest military display that baa
occurred since the dote of the war. Am
ple arrangements are being made in the city
of New York for the accommodation of all
who attend. .
The State Executive Committee have per
fected arrangements with the different rail
roads leading from this city, by which all
soldiers and sailors wishing to attend the
Convention will be passed at . less, than half
fare to and from New York. The arrange
ments, includes their wives and daughters on
the same terms, giving until the 20th of Ju
ly for tho return.
Persons wishing ticket can have them
provided by calling on any member of the
State Executive Committee.
CoL L. D. Campbell, Hamilton,
Gen. F. W. Vajtdebvek, do.
Col. L. A. Harris, Cincinnati,
Maj. E. V. Bookfield, do.
Capt j. P. Santmybr, do.
Also of Gen. Geo. W. Neff,
44 A. HlOKENLOOPEB, Jr.,
4 S. J. MoGroamt.
Papers favorable throughout the State
Wool rates generally on our streets at
Fon Cigars and Tobacco go to Kemper &
Co's, Kawie's Mock.
The dwelling house of James Patterson,
near the Falls of Sugar Creek,", i Tuscara
was county, was burned last Sail -day night
and a child some six years old perished in
A Fair and strawberry festival will be
held on Tuesday and Wedn.-sday evening of
next week in Schtefer's Op-ra Houe, for
the benelit of the Baptist church. ' Singing
by the Glee Club and other.
Tite roiie-rl of the M. E. Sabbat
last eveuins in Selitcfer's Oiwra- Ho
a grand affair. The mask: and phij
of the highest order.
Ocr Ticket-. We have only space to say
to our readrs that the ticket nominated last
Saturday will be found in this paper and is
a most excellent one, worthy of the cordial
support of cvry man opposed to radical ne
gro equality rule.
The city tax levy is 9ths mills and the
county levy 11 J mills, making a total levy
of 21th mills in the corporation.
ScnooL Commencement. The annual
Commencement of the Canton High School
will be held at Schsefer's Opera House, on
Thursday evening, June 24th, at 7 o'clock.
The public are cordially invited to attend.
Soldiers' and Sailors' National Convention. DAN'L WORLEY, Sup't.
4 'Disloyal." Some disloyal chap, with
out the love ot Sambo in bis heart, perpe
trated the following :
Ulysses and a monkey
Rode gallantly and true;
Ulysfes rode a jackass,
And the monkey he rode two.'
RICE MILLER On the 7th inst, by
Rev. D. Worley, Mr Daniel P Rice and Miss
Emelme Miller, both of Stark county.
LERCH KOCHER On the 8th inst.,
by P. Herbruck, Mr. Thomas R. W. Lcrch
and Miss Sarah A Kocher.
POISEL HARN On the 11th inst., by
the same, Mr. Jacob Poizel and Miss Mary
BAUM CREIGHTON On the 25ii
ult, by Rev J M Bray, Mr John Baum and
Miss Ann J. daughter of Mr John Creigh
ton. LEWIS REED On the 11th hist,, by
the same, at the Parsonage in Waynesburg
Mr Clark Lewis and Miss Ellen Reed, both
of Carroll county.
MILLER HEXAMER On the 2d inst.,
by Rev P Herbruck, Mr John Milter and
Miss Elizabeth Hexamer.
HAZLETT In Canton, on June 9th, of
measles, Harry Brown, son of Isaac' and
Helen Hazlett, aged 11 years and 8 months.
FIELDING In Canton, on Monday night
June 8th," Mrs. Fielding, wife of John "H.
Fielding, proprietor of the Exchange Hotel.
SCHILLING In Canton, on June 4th,
Anna Laura, daughter of John Schilling, aged
8 years and six months. ! ;
Has Come to Grief.
JjHt niiflit Hbout half past nine,
iiolieemen II. Alartin, 1 Brown, ami
t. Liocke arrested Henry M. Brown
( notorieus here fur the murder of F.
Bolltaeyer some five yean ago), at a
houso of ill-fame on Phillips street,
owned by himself. He was taken to
the tut ion house of Tecumseh street,
and locked up till this ruornlDsr.when
he gave bnil to appear and anawer to
the charges of adultery and currying
concealed weapons. His case will be
heard before the Mayor, either tnis
Ledger, June 12th.
The Wudsworth Enterprite. fy:
It seems that Mr. John Street, a shoe-,
maker, residing: in Montville town
ship, and Mrs. Gig:, who lived in this
township with her husbana. ieit to
gether for parts unknown.on Monday
night or last week. Mr. Uitr was ab
sent at work when the faithless wo
man left "his oed and board, taking
with her at least fifty dollars that the
oonflding husband had entrusted her
with, and some or tne finest clotnins
in the house. Mr. Street leaves a wife
and five children, and Mrs. Gig leaves
a husband and two children. Both
families immigrated from Pennsyl
vania last winter, and no cause ia at
tributed for this conduct.
Changed in PoLinctju-The Clin
ton (111.) Gouiily Independent, former
ly a republican paper, ia now publish
ed. in the interest of democracy. Its
editor, Mr. George Sellers, who has
beeu a republican ever since the or
ganization of that party, says he can
stand it no longer. We quote the fol
lowing from his last Issue.
"Nearly all the decent men who
ever belonged to th republican or red
ical party have left, and many more
will leave it as soon as they learn the
truth. Chler J ustlce Chase, senators
Trumbull, Grimes, Iloas, Fessenden,
Cowan, Doolittle, Dixon, and even
the president of the United States
have left the party since it fell into
the hands of such dirty thieves as
Beast Butler, Dirty Work Logan, and
original fanatics and abolitionists like
Stevens and Sumner.
General Grant. The General
ship of General Grant may be judged
of by the following :v tor example.
it is no calumuy to state that in the
campaign from the Rapidan to the
James he commanded 220,000 men,
and used up 117,000 of them in using
ud 19,000 f Lee's 70,000 men. It
no cuiuinny to state that the general
ship which trades off tho lives of six
soluiers against one is not the sort
generalship which spares human suf-
leiing and wins its victories by brains
It is a siffnfieant fact that at the re
oent municipal election at Washing
ton ihe toldiera voted the Democratic
ticket. The Radical ticket bore
portrait of Grant and was voted nrin
cipally by negroes and carpet-buggers
These are cold facts for the "dummy
candidate, but he will have to stand
good deal of that sort of grief before
the Presidential Campaign ia over
THE BILL ADMITTING SOUTHERN
WASHINGTON, June 12.
SPICY DEBATE IN THE HOUSE.
The debate in the House on the bill
for the admission of the Southern
States, was spicy, interesting and sug
gestive. Bingham sprung the bill upon the
Paine, (Radical, Wisconsin,) was
the first to assail the amerdment of
the Senate including Florida. He
showed that the Constitution was not
such as Congress should approve. It
created eight hundred officers and ag
gregate salaries of eight hundred
thousand dollars, and he was unwill
ing to saddle Florida, already despoil
ed and embarrassed, with such a tax.
Again, nearly the whole of these offi
cers were appointed by the Governor,
the people having no voiee. Butler
contended that the Constitution was
eminently Republican because it was
modeled after the old Constitution of
Famsworth (Republican, Illinois,)
assailed it as the work of carpet bag-ge-s,
thouerh violence and tinder the
protection of bayonets.
Hulburd, (Kadical, New York,) ex
plained that it was necessary to give
to the Governor the power of appoint
ing all ottt'iers to prevent the rebels
from securing certain local influence,
as there were comities in which the
loyal element was in mtnorlty.
Bingham followed with an appeal
to the party to admit Florida. It was
necessary to secure the adoption of
the fourteenth amendment.
Mr. Brooks (Democrat) of New
York.replb d that he admired the au
dacity which prompted the gentlemen
to xdmit their purpose lor incladiiij;
Florida in the hill, imd argued thai
tltey might-tidmit FJorids - and the!
tutions they pleased. Tho tirvK; was
not. f;tr distant wbc-.-i they would find
all those States hyro with Democratic
ty te. enta tl v ?a. Tb jrreat hnv of
.'iitf.ire . prvyail. The white
niiin v;uI:j U.-.1- th:.4iegru e'eivieKt. u
gniiist r'-ie recki- in'.ny now hi pow
er. . . . - - .
M Bir.jjhiuu iinu.'bvl to the Presi
dent .ia 4tii Apostate of the White
Mr. Brooks protested against the
language, b impeachment wtts over,
"No," said Bingham, "not over yet
It is to be bought before another tri
burnul. Mr. Brooks, pointing to Heaven,
replied: "It will smell terribly be
fore it reaches that Court, "alluding
to the carricatura now sold upon the
streets, stvled the "Smelling Commit
tee, in which impeachment is repre
sented as the carcass of a horse, and;
the managers gathered around, hold-;
ing their noses. Bingham evidently
felt the allusion, amid the laughter of
the House. After a protracted debate
the bill was passed aud went to the
President this alternoon tor his signa
ture. There Is a diversity of opinion
as to what the action of the President
will be. He disapproves the bill, but
is exceedingly anxious to have the
States again represented, and express
es the opinion that these States are
able to protect themselves. It is ther-
fore thought the President will al
low the bill to become a law.
THE TEXAS BILL.
The bill proposing to divide Texas
meets with decided opposition in the
Radical ranks. The new State might
send Democratic Senators. Stevens
will continue to press the bill al
though there is no probability of it
beini? nassed at the Dreseut session.
notwithstanding the fact that a large
lobby of Texas Radicals are here ur
The economical management of the
Federal finances by the dominant par
ty is likely to be still further exposed
The deficiency of the Paymuster Gen
eral's office is twenty-five million dol
lars. The Internal Revenue Depart
ment will fall thirty five million dol
lars below Mr. Rollins' estimates.
This fact has induced the Commissio
ner's unexpected resignation. To all
this will now be added a fearful de
ficiency in the Postofflce Department,
the accounts of whieb have not been
balanced since the 31st of December.
Det the facts and figures come before
the people, and the dominant party
will not receive much credit on the
score of economy.
The Dungeons of the
A Mr. Wooley, a prominent citizen
of Cincinnati, was called before the im
peachment comraitte? at Washington
and ordered to disclose to Butler his
private affairs and business for the
last ten years. -Wwoley refused where-
upon he was ordered., by the enragexl
Beast A Co. into durance. Wooley
has asked protection of the House,
says, on his honor, that the husinesa
concerning which Butler asks .has
nothing to do with impeachment, but
that if demanded by the . House of
Representatives as a body, he will
d inclose all. This the House rel uses
to do, but with vengeance rivaling
that of the bloody council of Dionys
us, have ordered, by resolution, that
Mr. Wooley be conflntd in the lowest
dungeon ot the Capitol. Verily the
days ttt harbarlsm are upon us. Tin
Black Hole of Calcutta will be ?ur
passed by the infernal dungeons of
this Rump Congress. .
Wa may soon hear the rack and
screw are being applied in the cells
below, while the unhung tyrants in
the gorgeous chambers above prate
of American liberty.
Olmutz, the Tower of England and
the Bastile of France are put to sham'e
by the infamous cruelty of this Rump
A young lady, of pure and . irre
proachable character, in government
employ, was ordered by George W.
Julian, Rad cal member of Congress
from Indiana, to offer ber virtue to
one of the Radical Senators opposing
impeachment, providing he would
vote for conviction. She rejected the
offer with scorn, 'whereupon she was
turned out of her positfon.and hunted
from Washington by these Radical
hell-hounds, who insult God by their
hypocrisy ia prating ot Justice and
morality. General Morgan, Demo
cratic member of Congress from Ohio,
stated these facts on the floor of the
House, and dared Julian to deny
Sta.ton is accused with burning
reports of spies and Becret agents be
fore he left the War Department.
Just like him.
The House Committee on Elections
determined to report in favor of Mc
Kee takinar his seat, although Deaten
flfteou hundred votes by Young, who
is pronouueed disloyal.
Wendell Phillips says, "Grant
can not (stand up before a glass of
quor without falling down." Case re
ferred to the Ohio State Temperance
Grant's chances lor the Presidency
will end like his cigars in smoke.
Quant is not a second Washington;
he is only a ueppnd Washburn.
Eaxbao has coma out of the Caye with
ftatire new and cheap stock of Boots
$fc oes, 5 doors south of Public Sqaar
Father Young of Frankfort Ky.
Father Youug, of Frankfort, Ken
tucky, a Catholic. Priest, who, after
having been invited by the authori
ties to use his , priestly influence to
suppress a riot, is now Imprisoned by
the same authorities, because be will
aot use the information which he so
acquired, while quelling the riot, to
the detriment of certain persons whom
he may have seen engaged in it. On
this point, we must cordially indorse
the following, which we take from
"The question is a novel one, and
the point raised is one of peculiar In
terest. In response to the request of
the Common wealth's Attorney of this
District, Mr. Young cvailed himself
of the influence he was supposed to
possess, and endeavored to prevent
the perpetration of an offense against
the laws. The respect shown for hia
priestly office enabled him to move
unharmed in a tumult of angry pas
sion, before which the stoutest hearts
quailed, and now he is asked to De
come a public iniormer and commu
nicate facts learned under thee pecu
liar circumstances. Mr. Yountr.while
disclaiming exemption from testify
ing under any law of evidence,
presents tho moral obligation under
which he rest- so cogently, that none
can fail in having their sympathy
and reflect enlisted in hi behalf.
The position he takes la one which
appeals to the highest sense of honor
which obtains among gentlemen eve
ry-where, and when to the ordinary
motives for respecting confidence is
addrd the sanctity of a religions obli
gation, it is evident that an issue is
made which involves either a- lopg
incarceration of Mr. Yountf for con
stru'tive c-'iitt'-iiiut, or a rescission cf
tit-1 ord-r of .!ui? Billiard. This os- i
(HiriCfuv will not U-rtd to remlor mom
popiiUir the Civil-rights- Bill, which
a iiuuiwu i.,ongro.-us uas imposed up in
Tti States The c;'.s.j in which ' Mr:
Yfi!i; hr.- Wcn called So testify bcitv
held to come within its provisions. It
occurs to us that,' inn.-!)tu;:h us the
matter rests optm thu discretion of
Judge BaDprci, lie would -cohnult- a
sound policy una promote the b
utaati'.'t iritrveutJ of ji!.-rice, by re lea-;-tug
Fabr Younjr'-from nriscn
restoring Jem, sit once, 'to liberty."
1 imrsday June-ll. -In Uie, oisatf.a L
bill vas ptsseil extending the' Freen
men's Bureau for another yar . Thus J
are tho white laboreia of the North to
be taxed to support tho lazy planta
tion negroes of the Sonth, and their
chieving Yankee masters the bureau
genta, for another year.
Senator Yates, in a sober mome nt
obtained leave to malce an export fac
to epeeen on uie omnibus . bill just
past, reinstating sundry Southern
States as nejtro States. He pitched in
to the Chicago platform savagely for
ita cowardice iu not making it the do.
ty ol Congress to force negro suffrage
in the Northern aa well as the South
ern States. He contended that Sena-
Qrs who voted tor the Omnibus bill,
had com .ii it ted themselves to this
principle. If they had the right to
control suffrage in the States of the
South, they had the right to control
it in the States of the North, and
there was no possibile evasion of this
ua tnts point Yates w certaiuly con
sietent. Congress has the same right
to enfranchise the neeroes in Ohio
that it has to do the same thinsr in Al
abarna. But the exercise of the au
thority in either case is an outracreous
and stupendous fraud upon tha Con
stitution. In the House, the consideration of
Schenck'a tax bill was the main busi
ness. JJothing of special interest
PITTSBURGA, FORT WAYNE
AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.
On nd after June 1st. 1868, Trai us will
leave Stuntions (inllv, (Sundays excepted)
as follows. Train leaving Chicago 5.35
P, M.. leave daily. Traia leaving
Pittsburgh at 1.45 f. JM.., leaves aatly.J
TRAINS GOING WEST,
S 15 do
10 40 do
1 46 do
3 06 del
3 00 do
4 47 do
1C .11 do
4 M do
T 1 da
7 4- do
V ti do
11 SB do
li 4 do
1 Si do
4 S ilo
T in do
T 4-1 do
1 DO uu
1 66 do
4 00 do
4 41 do
1 IA do
6 40 do
1 Si do
a st do
S 1 do
7 17 d
"7 41 do
3 00 .io
J 18 d
6 30 -in
S 40 d
T tl Ho
i 04 do
10 00 1
10 15 do
9 45 d l
10 00 d i
10 St do
10 41 uo
11 14 do
11 4T do
10 68 do
11 27 do
Fo,t Wavuv ...
10 11 to 01 u
1 M -lo
3 0 do
12 37 dtc. . M d
t 32 d 4 4i do
3 37 do
4 H do
5 lo do
S 31 do
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5 0 d
7 4 d
4 16 do
6 M do
8 20 do
THA1NS GOING EAST
xpr'a Kxpr'i, Expi'a.
zoa.b ' 40r.ii
9 IS do 11 -ic
O 1or.M -4 H.
7 IO do! 51 do
9 OS do I lodo
W traaw .
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9 .0 do 10 I- do
1 0 do
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3 01 do
4 00 da
5 SO do
. 33 do
4 o da
s :7d"l so dii is do
3 16 Jo
11 16 do
x 08 do
5 19 do
4 43 do
6 14 do
5 67 do
6 1) do
8 10 do
6 41 do
9 SO uo
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London via HW.
: y do
S 16 do
ho rg )!..
10 os do
7 1M -io( 9 40 do
S 06 uojlO 41 in
a .vi.ioili zodo
10 l do 1 t6 .4
11 lb di-i a -Jo uo
10 ao do
II to do
S in do
P. R. HIKES,
Heu. Ticket Ai;eat.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
On aad after M 11th, 1-,S. Traiu will Uave
Btatioaa daily, (-nud xrpte ! ) a followa :
aoiNO so urn ma Fx T.jnb.
Kxraatd Maiu Acco
ll.liir., . a,4Ur.n.'
1,0 ., ft.is
I I '" ' ,4I 'r
t.ta " ' ,
8,36 4 a.
l.ao r. an
G01NO NORTH MAIN 1,1 NK.
' Hail, Eraaaa. Kxrakaa, Accoa.
WallaTilta f.SOa.a ,SS r. .
Bayard .; . 10.SS 1.44 "...
Ailiaaea.. tl.W - S.10 ll,4S.a
Rar.ana.. lx.o r. a 0,41 - S.31
Hudson ls.u ,18 " .10
Euclid St.. I,7 " l I0,lt -
Olayaiaod. 1 T.1S .SO
UOINQ KA8 T-HI VES irl8IQ2i
Mail. Exraasa. Kxaaaaa. Aoooa.
ballair ll:SSa.a. S-.lOa. a. t:S0r m
Bndaaaort" It SO a.SS " -Aii ' K'
Steobeaoile It SSr. a. T:43 ST "
WallaTilla.. S:0 8.AS " I U I .
Smith 9m g:il 18 6.11 ' S SS
Roehaatar. S.IS S.SO 6 60 1 SS
FlUaburgf : " 10.66 S 64 S 40
OOINO WEST RIVER DIVISION.
Hail. Exraaaa Bxraaa. Accoa.
Pluaborg. Seoaa 180r. a. 4 84 . a. S.SO r. a.
Rocheelor. T.10 S.56 " S.6S 4.40
SmitbFery T.BT " S.05 S.S8 6.46
WallayiU. - H - 8 4a J li " S.16
Btaubanall. ,S!S 4.46 T.13 "
Bridgeport 10.26 6.66 ' S,1T "
Boltair H).46 " S.''6 ' S.80 '
New Philadelphia, S.6a a. m. Bayard. C6 a. m.
rlarard, 1K.1U ai. . M. Philadelphia, S.oO p. m.
T. ft. MTJK8. Gaa. Ticket Agent.
Quit Dtecavxar. It h' lorg bean c'aimed
that if we knew it, there wonld be an herb, or
combination ot herbs, roots and barka tbnt would
cure all the ilia himan flesh ia heir to. Dr. Mian
ler, with a (aw ot hS profennienpl fr soda, have
Knpt mis ma aunlautiy in view, ana tacorcu ear-ni-tiv
anJ neraeverinfiy Fir years to tlud this moat
dosirable traaatira. Ttiooh they have not foand
an instant care for ail complaints, they have never-
inelesa dlscobereo a remedy, whu-D, aa yet.
never failed in cariar Chill and rivr, Dyepcnela.
and all diaeaaea analog from any imparity of the
blood or diaarraazemeat of the disreativ orcrana.
Inclndlng Liver Cwmpiaint, Cooglia, Colds. Sick
Headache. Neuralgia, Hervoniaena, Oenaral li-'jil-
llyaud all affecUujua of the Kidney a an-i Ui-K.-y
This rrsat discovery, in honor of the tndefatira
: b! lawure of lr. H. XUhler. ia called Hishier'a
Me ill Bitters, and wherever Introduced takes
i place or Quinine and the host of other remedies
: uwij heretofore foe the ooniplainta uentiend abov
said by all uraj(iata and i
fr,u.Td solely bv Dr. S. B HART MAN A CO.
g IMjeuors to UH B H1HHLKB, Laaoaator. Penaa,
PR ASS SCYTHES the best In the
VJ couutry. and warranted, at
CANTON, OHIO, June 17, 1868.
Flour Extra, - - fliootiaou
Oaisi - -Barley,
Hay $ ton, :
Onions 3 bushel,
Dried Apples, -
Molasses, " -Salt
Q barrel, -
1 60t5l 75
4 2 25
10 OOQu 12 00
0 1 00
(gl 2 00
C 2 00
- - (5 18
1 00v 1 20
. O 3 00
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
Gold Firm at 139(5fl39. ' " '
NEW YORK JIA.RKET Jvts 17.
COTTON Without divided cbangu ;
hales of 930 bajus, including 200 bales in
tiuissit, at 21)c for middling uplandf.
FLOUR Closed dull aa'd 10c lower.
WHEAT Nominally l32c lower; ship
pers are reausini; to buy at present, ' ia con
sequence of unfavorable . private report
received by cable to-day.
RYE Dill at $1 92( 00.
OATS Very UuU and beavy at 84(?84ic
for western in sirc.
CORN Dull aad h- avy ai$l 051 CflJ
for new mixed v"oMevn alloat.
PORK Nominal at $23 20(328 80 for
uttr mess cash and l'l-gulur.
BE Fir' Qaiel and lirw'uarijred.
CUT MEATS bmall sale- -at
l,-!:OlS.ti;)i!. ' . "
, JiACON Nuiiiiial.
LARO QtuVt at 17iirl7ic for
EGGS-r.S'CiuIy at 2738.
?l,'!,!".Vd.1 V',-n,m . JL.
A X ORDINANCE 'to Achs mx.,
iidi Propxi lj ol in-. Citv.
;Si- 1.- Be it ;irJrtinet bj city I'l.mi
cil of 'ho i'tty rf Cnmon, Tc.m tbi'ri l
i.orabv id.tr vlct on til ib; r-ut ar-.I
Cu:-onal j.'rn.t-rtr sniiln lae wirpomfct
iimiLt ol sa; ot v vatj'ut lo tax-ttlon, lt:o
.'ovtii.i pt cerium on' the appniiant
vulue i'.ir'oo'. . -
ldt. I'or m city of tJanboa, 3 mills' on
ifce dollar valution. , -. ...
2d. For saintary iBd atr-et. .olccini;
purposes, but mill on the dollar valuation.
O. cor un pueiqu imrtHMt?. b utuill
mill on the dollar valuation."
4tli. For gam, tbroe-rourtbs o one mill
cn the dollar valuatton.
5tb. For court hsuse purposes, tbree
mills on the dollar valuation. - -
6tu. For graveyard purposes, one-half
of ooo mill on each dollar of the valua
Sec 2. Tbat tbis orilinauce take enact
ami be in forco from rod aftr Ii3 pttaaage
and publication. Passed June 15, 1868.
WM. 11. vy x AfX l , frost.
Joseph. Tac-nT, Clerk. ' -
ORDINANCE To Eflfcct a
Loan for Watr Works in the oil v of
Oction 1. Ke it rrdained by tbe city
council ol the cily of Cantos, Ohio, That,
lor the purpoae oi oraiting water works
for aapplying aatd city with water, bonds
ho lanued lor borrowing sionev not ex-
ceoding the Bum ol fi:ty lbousaud dollurs,
fiir the payment of which tbe credit of anid
city ia pledged (s'gned by the President
and Cleric of the Council) payable aa tol-
. - . i a .,..11 t .
lows : x ive iuuukkuu uuonrs in i wo yeara,
and every two yearn thereafter five thou
sand dollars, until the sum of lifty thou
sand dollars is rai l, or to be made paya
ble at sucn otner times ana in ruou other
amounts beat adapted to effect their Dm
spoliation, at a rate of interest not exceed
in); seven per cent., payable -annually;
and tbat nil tho money so borrowed hall
be used and applied exclusively to tbe
erection of water works as aforesaid, and
to no other use or purpose whatsoever.
Sec. 2. That the proposition of bcrroTP.
ing said sum of afty thousand dollars for
the purpose, and on tha time and terms
stated aboya, be submitted to a vote of
tb electors residing within the limits of
siid city, between the hourx of two
o'clock P.M. and six o'clock P. M-, on
Saturday, the 27th day of June, -1S68,
which election ia to be held at Uie offioe
of tbe Probate Judge ia said city.
Bee. 3. That said time and plane wbeu
tho votes of said electors shall be given,
for the sporoval or rejection of an id prop
osition, aiiHll have written or printed, or
pnrtly written au-i rt!v printed upon
their bal oti. "Water Vorkh Yes mid
those nppoAPd to mild 'roprifchion lu lika
maimer tho woriis, "W.mrr Wori:s-Ko,"
Seei'a. Cliat so oon aa a majority- of
saiii "electors, as Hioresalil, shall havo by
their vots approved of .suit! proposition,
mc iifiuresi are to tx ndoptpd hy this coun
cil for the erection or coru'frnr.Uon of said
workf. . .' ;
S'.-o. 5. That this nrdiimuue b in force
and tko eifect from and afier its pnxaag
ana punncation. rasei June lo.
W M. H. WYANT, Prs t,
Josbph Tpottt, ( lerk.
June 17. 1868.
'f0 CONSUMr"llV&t;.11ijfi ADVKRTlHItr,
1 liaviui: iiefa restored u linu.B ia a t,'w umIm
by a vf-ry a'.mpl? nracdv, atie: iiavinr nUt-ced for
acverxl jvrxt nrith a aevcre hinj ?rtlmi, and that
dread uist-ve Cououinpiion la anxloaa u laaka
lcnoru Ui his fcllow-aulferera the meana of core.
To all who detdre 11, tie will aeod a copy of the
(prescription used (free ol ehar,) with the direa
tioiia for preparing and ning tae4omw which ihoy
will Sod a aoaa ccaa for CaKsrai-rion, Amtuha,
Baoaoum, Cnoaaa, Colob, and all Throat and Lor. j
Affectiona. Tho only object or tha advortlfer la
aending tha Prescrtptloa ia to OenaBt thr aSllctcd,
and apaad tolormalion which lie conceivcuto bein-
Tamable, and na aopea overy aaflrrer will trr hia
remedy, aa it will ev.-et thca
Dothin;, aud amy prove
Paniea wiahing '.ha 'vrencrlptinu, rar.a,
mU will aleaae adilrt.-e
Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
WtlUasulmrg. K iagf CtK, Vow York.
riJ E G rEAT ENGLISH ItEMEDY.
Hir James Clarke's Eemals Pills,
Prepared from a pM-scrtption of fir Jaran Clark,
M L). I'j.tiTidKian cxirao.-9'OarT to tbe qaeca.
Triiii iovalusu!e medicine In nntaitiiiiria the enrv
of ad tho.. duncr-iTTtf aud painful difteft'e to which
toe iioaie coctaiiutuiu la auoject. It moderauii
ail exceiire ar.d remoTea aM olmtrntiona f.-ora what
evr cause. To married laUiea it la pttrUcniar,;
failed. Il will iu a ehou time brio; on the month.
1" period with regularity, and although a powarfnl
remedy, doa not contain anyinfnK nnrtvui t tna
constiiution. In all caaea of neryeoua or apinal af
flictions, pains In the back and hmba, futigne on
light ixriion, pnlpitntion ef the heart, hysterics
id whiten, it w ill effect a care when a. I other
means have failed. Fall direction in lb pamphlet
aroand each '
Beware of eonnterfila Ohserrs ahs am nf Jab
Hoaeaon the packae1 parchaee.nos withoat it
all others are ba?e aod worthle Imitations.
4. B One dollar, with fifteen cents for anstaKe.
enclosed to the eolo proprietor. Job Moaea, ST Uort
land si. N Y, will tnaure a hottle of the ffenttne
coiiiiiosuE fifty nilis by retara mall: saenreir seal-
ad from observation. - - -
- Cure Tonr Coughs and Colds.
Cnxhe, InUnenxa, Sore Throat, and iu- lact all
turat, chest aud long eomplainta as ((alcka Coe's
CoiiKh llnJenni. It Is mild and nh-aaaut to lake, hat
- UIWIUHV U1KUTCIW ,,1,1 I1WU lVlur.
apeeay ana eseciaai to cure. Moid Dy araggitis ev
Cos'a DiavaratA Coca will Immediately relieve
and oermauentiv care the moat aairravaled case of
JJyopepsis, Flatnlency, Moor htomacb, Consilpaiton,
and all diaeaesof the alOnuch and bowels. Pliy-
alciaat, clergymen aad all who aae it Joiu in na
qowided praise of its neat virtnea. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere Price Sl.Oe.
fANCEB, SCROFULA, Ac, CU-
PerSona afflicted with Cancer, Scrofula,
Tumora. Kraptloos, etc. are eured by tbe
nae of Or, Greene's Eleoto- Medicated
Batbs, and Indian Vegetable Reaaedlaa
wbicb cleanse tbe blood or ail Humors,
Mercury, Lead, Ac and restore health to
invalids afliieted with every variety of
disease. 3. nooK descnoing ancer.Bcrol-
ula. Humors and otherdiaeau08,wlth their
nroasr mains of cure, may be obtained
fre at the Medical Inatitute, or by mail.
addrees ur. xw uitHiKi Hi, iu iema
LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH .
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. .
Delamarre's Specific Pills,
Prerjared bv Oarasclere A Dnrxint. No 14. Rne
Lombard Parir sad highly recommeaded by the
Medical Faculty of France.
Are a most energetic and rffloten remedy in caws
or spenuaton noea er ecminai weaaness; Dizhtir
or aaiiy premature muiaaioua: Rexaiaj weatcneee or
lmpoteucy; wekn"S arising from scrt habits and !.
rxua exoniaea, reiaxaiiou 01 tue genital organt;
wiak spinot Lime or unca-aaxt dcposita la th
L'riue; Mnky dichar;a. Ac, and all tho i;haatly
symptoms arising from everu or exeeaaesa.
A Pampnieteoutaiuiu)! i-iii partii-aiara with Di
rectum and auyice. orintii rn Krench. German.
pntnh and Englithi accmi'r-suia each box and
win oe asm 0r mall. rreoi ..s ty," v anyone wKs
will write for it. Prico St pri' twi. -'V i'- ioirl
forSS. . '
riold by all tha principle . drusSjiB, r.r will hi
sent by mall accural y aalad on rcrii't ot lu
specified pnee by any dver.i-ed apents, or bv lite
sole rraoprieu r. linear Q. Hoe A Co., 21 Con.
land Btreel, New York. A gem for Oaauia - and vl
cioiiy Tr. J, lisltter . -.
STRANGE, BUT TRUK.Erery young ladT sod
a;er.Uemaa in tha United States can hear rata,
thing very tnu. b to their advantage, bv return
(wiihoul charge) by ad.irain the uod'eraicred
Those baviag fear of baiug humbiKgod'wil!
Oblige by not aouotng this eard. All others will
please addisaa their obedient servant,
THOMAS F. OHAPJSAM. --
aotloa. ssj afolwa ftevt Tor.
Y O U A X t
'BATS IlilD OF
E00FXAITDS QEEMAK ISSTTCXS,
0 OFLAN O'S GERMAN TOS fC
rrepaxad iy'Pr. C. K. . Jackaoa, rhtladalpfcta.
IntrodaeUon Into thM eonntry from tlarniaay
, . 1825. - ' ... ...
THET CURED Yona ' ' '
fathers ahd motuees, . . ,
will tre yon nnd your chlldrn. . Tfcay ara
eatlrely dlHerentaaawaai aaaaaaaifroai the tanny
prepamtfona now kBil ln tha ootralry
oallcU RilU-i or li f j Tontoa. TWy
tavern propa aManaaai aBONMaaratlou, or aiiylhlatf
Mkonp;. hut good, ooueat, ruliabla inodkHnca. Tav
Iivor Complaint. . i
' Horvoua 25obilltyi
Diseases cf iho Kidneys
ERKPTIOSS OF THE SKIlf,
all Xl:eaaa m.rtnlax frm Xto
Br-, A I.lrer, ttlomach, or
! ixpvRirr 'or 'tax
Flft-aionoe, In-wpd Pile.
AcJiiioaa of Ilioo-1 to the Head, Acidity i
Cf the Stomnch, Kauasa. Erut- . '
burnLjOiBBTiat for Food, Pulneaa .
or Weight In the Stoma nh.
Boor ICructp.tiona, &rok
infr or JFiuttorino; at the -,
lit of the Stoinaoh, Swixc- ,
rnlna- of the Head, Hu.Trid o '
rHfllcult Breathing. FluttxlxMC .
- at the Heart, ytraaq Chokina or
SuffociilM' YSextaatto sa.
When in a Ly-va. 7ini-PoitUr,
.Dimnaii of aTliaT- V laicm, Zota
or TVeba before the Bight, Bad! '
... Pftin in the Head, Deficiency ;
of tlii Skill aadV Ej-aa, - ' -
Pain la.. the . Side, ,. ,-
Back, Chegtr-iireba, eto
Sodden Fluahas ot fieat, Bura. '
lny in the Flesh, Constant Xm&trinMn-
Evil aad Great Iepresaion of SpiiitSw
'AU Out iwHeaU diseOM-of tht Liver ar ZHytiM
Organt, eetaMncd n(A rmptm aAwd. :
Hoofland's German Eitters
entirely wecetable, and Mntalm aa
liquor. It la n eootaaand ot sriultl hi.
tra.ru. lie noon, ueroa, ara uaru.
from which Iheae extra
hlcn (neae extract are nu
re ratbtrea aaA 1 o imrmic
All lue menir i jnnu
are extracted V - lrom Ihrm av
at ientlBe -taaai)r caemlM, Jbc4
exiraota are then forwarded to ti '".
country to be used expreaaly rcr 1
mannlaclnre of lhe Bltrrna. Tam 1
aleobolleaubatunee or any kind bm4 . .
compounding tbe Hitler, benre it i
cue only isittera tbat be ated
ItUtera tbat caa
irre alcobollo atlniuiant
Hoofland's German Tonfo - r ,
a- combination tf atl M tnartdientt a Om BHtn,
rcaa fianUi Crua Jtum, Oremg, cin. It i t
the same dieatM at 0t HitUrt, in cam A wlnwirM
pure alcoholic tit mil hi M it required. 'ot. wU aar
Bttnd that IAM rrm'rtitt ur enUraly dinrent frovt
olhtrt advertittd Jor the cure of the oXeeaett uamtut,
ttutt being tcientijtc preparations of McifMil extrocU
vkiU tite othert are atet-e decAcrion of rwm tn emmn
form. The TONIO it dmdtMy one of the meet pie.
sant and agreeahU remedies ever offered lo flu fWJtia
tatte it exiuititt. Rita pleaturc ta-fte"r, wliiU vt
lifeivinffj exhilarating, emd nitJictnal mtatitict Aaaa
CZXea 11 to be known at tte great a oj au mnca.
Tn$ftv C 1 . UHWl a II f , ai mf iMtHlttm..
WfMri a U,tf mL M ' .nfZ rifftrtolhC Violet
Tttfftiff. k-j the fftrpef'ie, rmtuam
t rnJ j $ Mm, -mm ' toi-it diM i Ut bo- "
i -. friniataUt iJrt yelltne rfy from tht
T .- I. .Via tk 4aWA. ami rfyw (h poUeni
r r'-,.;.'hei. fiariitlni. ttvlii-. and merrvxj .
' f a JH.w-.-fjf.-Vr, ttrrf tifrm permn. '
'a and Delicp-t (hjldren are
-'-.,- ty nii.u -il't- lUtlcr or
r, iV.-. IV) arr fnurily -If edi"
V:.- -. rati be HiirutnlMcred a
: :: lo -.t chil.l three mexttli'
t - :....t lt-i-.te iciiiale, r a maa
tts-i. . " . '
2"A4. 2iifti mrr. tl
r kaet . .
H it. -
tlintrt rtMdlitfl from .
.". bl'tidjntre your
ptmf atprttire orgtxnm
P:.d'iiti, fcy the sat "
- I i UA -i . . u
Ttf bt mr.tt in ihe -oiMrtf recommend
i.f- hnnett rpuUrtiH ao for atuthiets
ire jirr-iit-atiirnt. , . . ,
UON. GKU. W. WOODWAKK
uf ihe Ptipr.-mf Court of ProprIivl..
1 aii.ifn rma, Marc a , i.
i.fj-f " -'! ittttntTt Qerman BMert ''.it -:3t v-ia-irf.
t rrrnur.. but it a ffiond tonic, W'JZ r arrdor
it.r liiftiiiY organt, and of tmf . 'jitn& f.. WMl of
U ti4i;f Hint trKitil of nrrvne . wa, is iyitem.
OtO. W. WOODWAKIK
KnoM IIOS..JfiMES TQOJ4PSOV,
.tadvr of tin. Supnxm Oonrt of Peansvrvaefa. -'
1'Mii-ArHt.rHta, AtirilS, latia.
I f enl'rr . Hea-CaMet
1'imiKn Kit Jf "V lera a "
--' lit rtuae &nBvjL tit attarJta (
il . 1 (j .- a itomsf is mnior Iryspeaisaa.
can - rtl.'y till-. Irons my exBeriene
It. Vwtir. wlili rcsneet,
FKOM KKV. JOSKIMI
ISi. ,t 'In- Tt-tiih B:.piWii Church, Fhiladelptiia, '
J .l :t.i: -Dbh tfia: hnce been frrumUm
rrir-;H. tt 0,,imcA mm name with recotnmendaUoju y '
dSfinrn I tfiJ i.f mrAicinrM. but rroardinif tha yractieo
at am tj m tf f ifi t.jii tit ryhrrt., J hnct iu all catet de
C'tnttt ; u .'i a rlcar vrctf is oarioui inxtttmxt, and .
wr.'i'-Vr-iy onni faoti'i, of 'the Htt falnctt of Jr.
tii.4ijicn,t . 6 ntou hitter, I titfkirt fin once from my
kiwi. r.. ,r, to rrt'TXtt mttfull conviction that for st-a-rrKi
iiityol llterVKU-in nnd apeclaliy lor Liver
CompiHiot, 11 U uBak ansaH(u: and vaina-hav
p r p a r alion. In aTirSk H tome ' e-tt it map
fail; but wttalla, S O'l duuU -, It ml .
Cf rTy bn.aa5sa d to thorn mho ttyfftf
from tht abtice cautct, Yomrt, retry retyoctfaUv, -
Eighth, btiam U(M ttrtt. '
Timlitiud German Jtemediet art munterrrtpj.
Qmuiiie h'tre tte nffnature of C. Jx. Jaeasawi at
ihr fn-nt of the outtttit wrapper of oack Otftde, wai Ot
wxme t the etrttclt btown in each bottie, jtH other am
rrleo of the Btttera, l H) pey aotUa(
Ar, a hair dozen, for 5 OO.
Prtec ol' the T-ul, SI BO per b-eUl.
Or, a half dsatu fur f 1 60.
Tbe tonle ts pat op ia quart bottloa.
Recollect that it it Dr. HotflanaTt Oerman BomeJtet
aot art to mntoorenit-t uHdiMd to n ifnty
mended I and do i
to induce yon to take t" nnythin0 et that ho
maa "t ' jutt a M Jjfa btcnutt . Ix
make a larg-1 prijt mvmmTr" u tt, Thete Jictoc
dite will be tent by & to any ImoKU upon applicar
turn to It
, PHIKCIPAI. PFWE, ' "
AT THE GERMAN KXDIOIBB HXOajR.
(. Xthm.ARCM STBKJii; PhiUdeljihia.'
'.' CHAS. 'itVEVABra, '
Propriot&r - ' -
irormerly C t, JA.CXS05 ei CO. . ; " ;
These HeaaeaUea ara ar sale hy Drugi
rlata, Ktorekeertera, aaat ISeciclnae DcaU
are eTerytvhere. ."
Ho nor-forget la tmatnin meU tit or'Ui yoa, tatu, X
. r' V
1 : .
y . ' $ v
-. - ; I .
i i su
-3 ir for