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A. match game Matrimony. -v
Eunio ia whisper tt-forty-two.
A grntleman who 1its recently lost an eye
bega to Intimate that has now a "va
cancy" for a pupiL"
No better ventilators thus far have bcea
found than old-fashioned open fireplaces.
If a picture is well hang, does it follow ad
matter of course that It Is well executed I
Two thousand dollars was paid for tho
floral decoradons at a recent fashionable
weildingjn Ncjt York. , ....
VThat Ohilniair knights do Ufe-boaf men
resemble t Crusaders tcrews aiders).
- True greatness never seeks to eulogize It'
elfi .Lit kn&vas too well its awsTutUauMa.
Frmee has 27, 383, 813 inhabitants.
Idleness U hard work for those who arc
not used to II and dull work fur those rvh j
"Sri i'M Id at
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ia April over twenty -five thousand tons
of coal were shlriped from Youngstown, O.,
aqd ah, equal quantity consumed In the works
at that place.
Which of Mr. Dillons' works Is hardest
go through t No Thoroughfare.
Why is a coquette like a miser ! Because
sae never gives assent. '
Sentimental chemistry Dissolving in
That to do a maa a favor and then refuse
another won't make him twice' as mad as if
you had refused him at first.
That when a man presents you a hound
pup the prift will cost you nothing.
Itf W;a you huy on credit, knowing
very well yen "will not be able to pay, it is
not stealing. :
That nejrt year the taxes are to bo lighter.
That every other maa is bound to dio ex
That youjcan play . draw-poker and lose
juat so much and no more.
That there ia one way, known only to
yourself, to break a faro bank.
That when you bny a horse he will be cer
tain to turn out as represented.
That it you always say what you think,
you will win. the regard of the eatiru com'
The world of the young is tho domestic
circle; all beyond is fabulous, ftnless brought
home to them try comment.
A bright urchin, bound to make his wey
in the. -world, " aays "he has a sorl above
brushing about a sole for a livingT.
Why is a public - speaker, whoU about
winding up his address, like a boy who has
done violence to his wardrobe T Because
he's toward his close (tored his clotlirsi
Alarmrr in ooathainptou , V a., lias con
tracted to sell the" crop of a teji'-acre tjtraw-
Derj.patcb tor ten thousand dollars.
tChaluifr voyages do not always pay. Two
vc&rls recently , arrived at New . Bod ford.
w, voyages .uivorved a Ioks of seventy
thoMimml dollars to their owners.
UMaki.'H n amount qnnl to sn asww
mcCC of oae dollar on even inhabitant .
New York City to keep Central Park in ord
cr, and very few grudge the money.
The profi-Mion 'of a parson is said lo
sooner learned than that of a physician, b
cause itUm much easier to preach than
The reason w hy whales fr";7.;t the North
Pole in probably became tliey supply the
'northern lights, with oil.
Aft old maxin says,' "keep hiai al least
three paces distant who hates music and the
laugh of a child.
The way to please - lady is to let her
as Bhe pleases. A jileased lady ia always
agreeable. Husbands ; and others should
make a large seized mem. for reference and
sundry other purpoea.
A lively urchin accosted a traveling dealer
on Broad Street, the other day, and cried,
in an earnest voice, "Mr. , please give
me an apple; my brother goes with your sis
ter H i Ile'll do,
Ah exchange would like us to tell him
what kind of a broom the young lady in the
late ucvel used, when she swept back the
raven ringlets from her classic brow.
A lii-ookJyn butcher,- previous to Ins de
cease, arranged to have a hearse with four
plumtd hoi-scs an l a "band of music at his
funeral. His widow gratified him.
A machine has been invented for gather
ing and husking corn, and at tho same time
rutting down the stalks all by horse pow
In America private carriages are always
painted black and the streets look as if ev
ery body was going ' to a funeral. In Eu
rope one'sees carriages of all colors.
Umbrella dealers say that the present sea
son is oue of the most charming they have
ever known. What is a shower of rain
people n' genera .as a shower of greenbacks
-to them. - - r - '
A Lulvwu urged by her friends to marry
a widower1, and aau'. argunuoit they spoke
of Lis twulieantiful children'. "Children,''
reolied the ladv. "are like toothpicks.
' person whntsher own."
The Basoor Whio tells of three youn
men wlio while on a fishing excursion met
bear wit' j three cubs. Having no gun, each
thrv bin, coat over the head of a cub, and
brought h off captive, while the old one es
caped lu to the woods.
"When,"' asked ian Iriiiiuian, if r f:iruier
"arc ye in dangi'rous company , uud ac-
swered, "whin yer among the hat tiiiic.
A receut toilet of Mrs. Ronalds in Paris
was a maize tulle uoi illoxsc and a tunic
the same looped up from pa-nikus, and fast
ened by bouquet of Parma violets and white
narcirti. AT bouquet at the side of thn-dod-ice
was composetl of slmlliar flowers.
The Gardiuer Journal says that i the
people of Somerset Mills, Me., have no set
tled preacher' "iKey"fnoct lii their ..hail
Hundayy ahd tat'Moros'in r-vltnga nermim
As' all sects are represented, and all stand
fair chance to preach fuch doctrines as they
pirate; the meetings ai verrpJa-wnU-
Ax unfortunate bachekfcia tU uojthcm
part of New Hsmpsbire, who had made
many unsuccessful attempts to get a wife,
last succeeded by-Jhc irvewiaiMe' tetnptation
of a $15 wlvcr watch,, in iuducing a high
tempered bid rua-'d to marry hiui. Tho cere
mony having" been duly performed at the
hoiwe of the bride' father, the hapy hus
band proposed an hiimediato return home,
i "Ilonie!" exclaimed tho bride; 'iiosib!"
thli U my homo, and , you'd letter go
; Tora's. I agreed to 'marry you "for the
i watch: tart I wouldn't nv w'rihyoofbra
' towx cw 8" ' "''' " ' ' ' "
A ilashing young widow iu Detroit pre
' pared" an agreeable surprise for lux suitor
few evenings s"iuce. Expecting a call fnm
him be hid herself i: convenient corner,
and aM ho touched the kuob of thdoor bell,
sprang out in the diuknesa and smothered
hlm with kisses. His cool reception of her
caresses startletl her with a recognition
' the fact that instead of her lover she had
been lavishing her sweetness upon the con
' ductor of a sueet car, who had come with
i note explaining an tin for en absence. The
, widow thereupon, with great propriety, faint-
ei oo the spot. .
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. K man U iu general better pleased, "fay
! Dr Johnson, "wh? he has ugood dinner
jU when hU wife talks Ureek."
Trial of Mrs. Victor, The Alleged
ClkVk.i.asd, Juno 10 The trial
of Mrs-AMc-lor for the murder of W-iu.
I'arikols, her brother, iu Fobi-V
137, comrku'ncod to-day. Tho Jft
was eiupannellcd and onewitno? was
On tii aiiiinat ion of the
bo-Jy last February, tl-jvcn months.
after dalh, i largo quantity or ars
enic appeared. Mrs. .Victor hud
life insurance on him for 3,tii0 when
Tho oldest cup on record : hic-cup.
. New wheat from Georgia in the New
Pious, God-tearing Worcester, Mass
has our m unlor eases on hand.
A Alichin eiliror wants to know
who tills "Col. Fax is they've noml-
ouced With oranjo
Our Indian troubW are incwasine.
and the frontiers, ftro irettintr dnh'zer-
ou3 to emigrants and settlerd. '
The T nnessee LVmoeratic ' State
Convention has appointed delegates
toPiewxork. A. majority ot them
are for Pendleton.
The tlrM liirhtuinir rod put tip
this country hy Ur. Franklin, Is now
to be seen on tne old house, JSo.
Daniel street, Portsmouth, N. II.
Two silver dollars of the eoinntre
iiul were lately sout at .Newark. JN. J
one of them for $450, and the other
for the enormous sum of $S64 ! There
were only live dollrrs coined in that
A man named Mose3 Johnson
was murdered, recently, in ttia own
house, in Urpokneld, Alaiusoa) county.
N. and Ms body was ca&t Into
well, tie was nrsi roooea xuki men
butchered wit an ax.
The Ar. Y. World still iuLits on
explanation from ScheucU ad to how
nis name came to i e on tu6 uact or
certain check for $5(K)U, drawn to
order, by a celebrated whisky man.
u-et iiuuer aiier mm.
That $20,000 belongijg to Colonel
Woolly which Butler has been aiur
so long, was yesterday produced be
lore mm, ana ii lie cau nud any
means by which to "confiscate" it a
New Orleans, no doubt he will
A man named Patterson, a citizen
of Galiipolls, Ohio, committed 'ouicido
at bis resideuce nigiu oeiote last,
taking four ounces oliau'itmum. The
cause la supposed to nave been jeal
ousy. He leaves family.
Secretary Sehofield's father is
Baptist liiinister, still preaching
Aurora, 111. ; one of his brothers.
ItOv. J as. Al. fcichotield is settled
St. Liouis, Mo.; and a sister is the wile
of Allred 11. Wise, a Chicago mer
chant. The Macon Journal and ilessenger
asserts that the negro population
Ueorgla is traytmtig w tti giant
extinction, aud ao rapid is
decline that even Uusj living amous
i cau see the decrease Vtry piuiuly.
A Mobile raper announces that li
ters have been received from t. Lieger
Qreutel, tho ex-rebel soldier who
escuped lnun the Dry Tortugas.
lie crossed the Flotidn straits to Cuba
iu a small boat, and arrived safely
in Havana, whence; when last heard
fiom, he was abou: to suit for F.ng
lud, hu native liome.
It Is stated by the irieuds of Senator
u rimes, tnai it is itte intention or that
geutlenian to cnici-uil ug.iiust
New York Tritium and Cincinnati
fixtf fur lit 1 Tiw unit niMini
t'ormer will be based upon a charge
tho Tribune that he voted, for the
quittal of the President under cor
rupt influences ; and ai'aiiint the
on a charge that ho was truilty of ruptit'i
while Chairman of the mittee
on KaVft'- Atl'aii-s during
sin.-e the late war. .
It Is reporUd Iu Paris, on good
that Napoleon III Is as well
disposed to recognize the right of
naturalized citizens as Bismarck,
i;S teady to tnako a treaty In the mat
ter, securing- to all Frenchmen who
may be citizens ot three years' stand
ing in these States the privilege
visit Franco without moleslation.eveu
If t.iey hud emigrated to evade
performance of their military duties,
uen. Dix is said to be in communica
tion with the F'rench Government
this interesting subject.
Tho Princess A ma Murut I
as a very pretty aud wry
amiable lady, but her amiability don't
extend quite so far.' as to f.ctrv-her
husband, the Duke De Mouchy, flog
ging her every tew days. She lias
dissolved partnership witu
t le noble Duke. ;
The following is one of tlie two
thrie lines in the English language
that spell precisely the same backward
.ua forward :
'Snug tt raw was I iru I saw war fc guus.'
What do you always do before
sleep ? Shut your eyes.
Tacks are 'made at Pittsburgh, 1,500
of which weigh an ounce. The ma
chiuo turns otf oOU per minute.
A damsel who lias been accused
breaking a young man's heart
been bound over in bonds ot inatri
mouy.to keep tho peace.
Tlie Democrats ot Connecticut
forming "Jackson . Associations,"
which are irreverently styled Jack.
Ass. Clubs. .. ..- i -.
"I will never marry a woninn who
can't carve," said Jones. " Why not?"
he was asked, Because she would
be a help-meat lor me."
They do thinirs in a hurry in Wis
consin. A Milwaukie mau burled
wife, married again, and became a
all ia lour days, Queer as quick
It costs us more to be miserable
than would make us perlectly happy;
how cheap and easy is tho service
virtue, aud how d-ur do we pay
The only instance of father and
in tho United iS tales iSennte at
time is that of Henry Dodge, Senator
from Wisconsin, and his son Augus
tus E. Dodge, Senator from Iowa.
In the House, ol 'Represeutativaj,
Mr. .Morgau showed that in England
the aggregate taxes average ouly
couts on .tlie 100-of property, wnilo
they average $;i tW; in the , United
Staler). In other words, the taxes
the United State are more than
times as great, in proportion .to
wealth of the nation, as In Great Brit
am. ; r. . ;
A good stoiy is told couciT'iins the wii
of Mr. J. W. Brooks, the railroad hian-agt-r.
Ho bad written a letter to. a juan
the (VntrJ Route, notifying hurt that,,
the penalty of prosecution, hejuttst
bnrn r bicU" ia some manucr inct
tho road. The threatened individual
wax unable 1o read any part of the letkT
the signature,-, but took, it to. be a free .
on the roa.I,and tt?ed it for a couple o
i sucb, non of file conductors being
t(f dispute bis interpretaliou of the
mrnt. . j
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Tas Frecdmus Bureau
clerks and agents whoso aggregate iil;Kie4
aru $S0'.,31ti per .annum, lrre'rieouvo
their pickings and stealings in governuicnt
rations, clothing, Lc. - .
Imitati the example of the. locomotive.
He runa along, whistles over bis work,
yet never takes anything but water When
vranls to "wet bis whistle!"
Why are young ladies at the breaking
of a party like arrow I Ikvauso they .
go off without a beau,' and arc iu a quiver
till they get one. -.-J , , ; .
Dr. HARTER A BROS.,
1 JSiomo BtiliIntUof.KstTBcrwS:,) "
' ' 'CASTOS. OHIO. ! ' V,: '
We have removed uu Bnok to our new
Hanking Ilonsa, where we have every fa-J
cillty fjruirluctlns- a.geueruL Banking
tUHi'n, and solicit the continued and iu-crt-ase'd
patronag. We buy and sell '
t . -r .. -i.- f .
Gpld, Silver; Ooverument Bonds and
1; MONKY, LOANED,- .... ,
CouDOnsi cashed, aud Collections maile.
FromisJiorv isoie auu iiusinesn x-pr
Itougbt. "Draw Siubt I)rafts'on Eug
J land, Sootland.Ireland, Feabee
and Uer'many, in auma to
... DEPOSITS RJiBKIVEDI.
and Interest allowed at .reasoablo
itir-Revenue htamps for sale, saurian
coia furnished. .
..UEOKIIIil). H VIUKH..
, M It'll A K I. D.'HAltf KK
gAVINGS DEPOSIT BANK I
iiuouniv .. ou u, . m, i. ...
. lllank Block, west side of Sqiin !
TU1S BANK id DOINfi A
General Exchange, Deposit and Dis
count Business !
. PROMISSORY NOTCS HOUGIIT.
Gold, Sliver and Bank Notes Bought.
ALL KIM 1)3 OF
Government Bonds and Revenue Stamps
on band and for sale.
and interest nllowed on time deposits.
The publio will find us prompt and nc
eoiniuodatiog. ISAAC HARTKR V SONS.
Canton, O.. Oct. 1. 1866.
Having sold our interest in the Saving"
Deposit Hunk, w cordially lecounneud
the Savings Deposit Bank of Isaac Hurler
fc Sons, (our successors j to the continued
and increased patronage of our friesuis.
FETKK V. TRUMP,
may 20, IStjT. Ix.
Y. P. TRUMP,
JXCII ANG E BANK
TRUMP, HURFORD, WISE & CO.
In the old Bank Room iu
Oppose the St. Cloud Hotel, Canton, O.
NTSREST ALLOWED ON TIStK DEIOS1T5
On all parts of the United States
Gold, Stiver, Promissory Notes, Gov-
ernment. Bonds, and other
SKCUKITIKS BOUGHT A SOLD.
R. WISK. Pres'U '
II. Tia'Mr, Cash'r.
cordingly (1 RUM AN liSSURANCE COMl'AXT!
T ; . . ; .; . ;; .
Oy CISVXLAM) OHIO, , "'
Office ITo. 10 A (water Builtting. ' '""
Inanrrn B jildiLp, SfiTchnmlli e tnd other Proper
ty Ajfiiu&l Lo or Diimace bT Fir, at at low. .rata
as auy uUicr r3ipunible Cumpuy. j ... . ,i
twLoaac bivaorahly aiijunted and prompt! paw
biaeoToaa ami ATOOKuni.Eaa:
( Dr. W. Meyer,
C. W. Shinidi.
Ir. Koftder. .
P. Tct tints ueb,
H. KaMur. .
J . w aguer,
Joba Gurlach, Hrnry Krarmtir,
P. Schmidt, ' C. Muernin.ua,
C. B(irn, aad uthuri v
A. Rbttburo, Frea't. J. Mcki.Lkr,
J. Matkr Vi. ' Vi'- FreH't.
M. BUCHM.VN AND FRE11. SEEL1SACII. Trav.
JOHX RABER. Agent.' Canton, Ohio.
P. LUZ1US, . MaiHon. "
Tnly V. isoti-tf
rP,Ii E G RE A T A M E It I CAN
. COMBINATION t . -
BUTTON HOLE OVERSEAM1XQ
And Sewing Machine.-
IU Wonderful . Popularity' Conclusive
Proof ef its Great Merit.
Thn inc-jOMse in tlie demHful'for this vul
uahlo inuubin lias been TEV i'OLD lu
iIih lf.t w-vnn nieiitba of its first year be
fi're the portllc. ' -
Tliis trrrami and snrprisins sooc-k! Is
unprpct-dentad in the history ot Kewin
niHcbiin-a, anrt wo feol fully wurrautetl in
'IT "HAS NO E. Q U A i. , '
tJKIXe A UB3LITTKI.T TUB MKT
FAMILY MAC II I'N E,
In the world, and in'riiiFlcHlly tjiaoherip
et; for it i twe nmcliiiie. comltiiied in
oiio by a xiniple and beautiful tritfcrmnic
h1 arrKiiKeruont, uinkiiix both tb4 Skutlie
mikI L(M'k'8titi'h, aud lhi Ovr."Huiniii'
ami Baiton-hole Ktilch, n ull equul facility
and pericH-tion. It execute iu t lib very beht
manner every variety of bewine. hticb hh
Hummiup, Felling, Cordiuir,--Tui-kinjrr
SiitobinK, HrHidiue and Quilunjr, Oather
inx aud aen-iiiK on, (done at tbe same
time), and iu additiou, OverKeama, Kui
broiilera on i he edge, and makes beautiful
Button aud Eyelet-holes iu all fubricn.
Every Muchtim is warranted by the
Company, or ita agents, to give entire aat
'Circulars with full particulars and am
les of work done on this nirtrbiuo. can
le hull on application at tbe Salesrooms
of the Atuerittn Button-hole, Overseam
iuft and Sowing .Maohine Company,
S. V. cor. Eleventh and Chestnut sts.,
PHII.ADKI.rHIA Pa '
. lustructions given on the Machine at
ttio rooms ol the.C'otHpaiiy (cratuitoualy
to All purchiuteru. -
Sr- Agents Wanted. ; ,
' - " FRED'K l'AXSOX, Pres t.
V. II. M HNDKvn ALU, Treas.
'janUltr. , .
ABLE FARM FOR SA I.E.
- I will "sell uiy ni 'in' Niiuiiilllen
Township, four miles northwost of Louis
ville hihI eitrnt mi-lea from' Canton, nar
the HMrrisbtirjr. road, and formerly owned
bv--Lcvi Wertenlierj; . The, farm con
tains j ()up IIululrc, TwelUV-fo'ur A
n. . . ... .
One luuiOreU acres cleared end in a Rood
xtatei.i I'ulliriiltoi), the whole wull-fenced:
-Jl acres vlioii'O t i iii ie rm ucb. of. itlbel
, tineot kind of oak first class; two story
- f .... . . Ln..!.. nAvlw n I. nj ... I I filVltulAjl
"VnVVuh rant wand
I provision room, good . cellar, koci bauk
Darn, iraine, oy t) ieet, gooa orciiaru,
frood wells at house, and barn-iu shott
very desimblo property.
:. For terms eruinire of the subscriber on
I the premises. ; ... . . 1.-
.... juun .
ATER COO LERS nice and
T T cheap at
HAYNOLDS A SAXTON'8.
AS PH'E AND FlXTUltES-T-a
. i.ice asaortanene' at '
HVXl.LO A SAITOrV
S 11 A DKJ,' OIJL-CLOT UN, Ao. Ac,
lor sale cheap, at
SEWING MACHINES. BOOTS & SHOES.
t rt 'T' io n :
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
SAXLKR1 & SltVAFELT,
t are at it again, iu their New Room, '
Empire Block, East Tuscarawas St.,
Ijitely ocuupieil by Job -McGregor man
, ... liooRatore. . ,,;
We shnll be happy to meet all our old
eustnmurs, and as many new nps as will
be p'eascd to faVor us with thejr patron-
1F have constantly on linnd and art
d.iily receiving -from the Kast, a large
supply of . :
; ; BALMORALS,
In fact everything tti the
Ladies' and Children Line, from the
Slipper to the Highest Polish Top;
. aud all kinds of Rubber
:, .Boots &. Shoes.
. We also make
Boots and Shoes to Order of the best
material and as cheap as, ,
Tai is the place where you get what
yoM bargain for French, bogus French,
or common t'alf Boots. We employ none
butthubist workmen, and still have old
Philip as our foreman, who is well know
as one of the best and most experienced
workmen f the day. He is always ready
with stick aud strap to take the diuien
sicr.s of your understanding.
86?" AU work warranted to give sat
isfaction. Give us a call.
8AYLER A 8HANAFELT.
C'unlon. MaHcb 25. 18G8-tf
SEWING MACHINES. BOOTS & SHOES. HATS CAPS FURS. &C.
PERA HOUSE HAT STORE.
GREAT CLOSING-OUT SALE
Of "Winter Goods
AT LESS THAN COST !
Fur Goods, Robes, Scarfs, fcc., at
Half Price !
Latest Style Silk Hat Just Received,
Anl . .. : o . l ii...
nun cvv diiii oiyio xims uui'
ing-in Every Day' 1
HUNKER AND OMMISH HAT
By tlio case or slnglo one.
HIGHEST PRICE 1A1D FORURc
Dealer'and Manufauturer of "Plain aud Or-
' uamentat '
.: .... it- . . ' :
MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES,
bus reeeutly opened .a new oiarblo shop
oo last lUKtjjrawas street, near ftlarket
square, io uauton, wnere Monuioenta,
Tombstones, and all work, pertainiug te
nis nue ot ousmess, eitner io
Italian or American Marble
are manufactured and kept constantly ou
hand. Having; lituii tiuuaul i-t4 uiaii-
ut'actiire of Marble work of jtll Uescripuone
for a unmiier of years, be is well experien
ced in gettint-np""good and skUfull work.
UeaNo pledges himself that all or .ers
shall be in ado satisfactory before delivery
as ne is atxo io give ine nest ana most ma
tertal, for less money, than any establish.
merit either m or out of Stark county.
Mouey tun lu ma'deiljy calling at his shop
oe ore oruenug elsewhere.
, ,.'' '' PHIUr HACBERT.
March 6th. 164J7tf -
Wl LELANT), ' ! : -1
.:.. c. ; ': -
' Re.anilarly appointetl Agent for ,' t (
: WM. 'KNABE A CO'S
' . . . n ,
r. - and' "' -
' ' ' ... : -. .- -i'V. ' I '
'. STINEWAY A'SONS"
- Unrivalled Pian Fortes.'
" Also for i
CAR.HART & NEEDHAM'H .- -and
PHELPS AND GOODMAN'S
' OKGAJS. AD MELODIOSS.' ' '
- ." -jv, - v . ... : .
,A1'. the above Instruments ' fully wan
ranted. Address . H. S. L12LAND,
"" 'Mt. Union, Stark Uo. Ohio.
The aent.inay b.-auen. personally on
Monday ot each week, at the St. Cloud
Hotel' Canton. Ohio. ' ' maylOT 6m.
AL ESTATE FOR SALE:
-' ax oppoaTomfv oprKRi:rf pok "
Advantageous i ,p vestments
Mr torois are ao very liberal fbat almost
' any" person in want of a ,
" '. . f i ' :
i GOOD. HOUSE AND LOT! '
. . jj j t S ''.. .;. .' -V:t-..'.
mi obtain one. My, houses are of vari
ousizet and prlcev- all new and built of
I excellent maltrialst location healtliy and
. nmvruitcl to tho (
New Dejiot and all of the Agricultu
- . ral Worksr '
The folly of renting bouses -at present
b'ni raies should be evident to alL Thero-
fore use tba rent in niakiiitr annual ouv
men is ou purchased propewy. -lEnery
;.ud woiiomy will insure success. I have
j et for mile a large nombcr of : -
Valuable-Buildmg Lots 4
Ou Cherry and Liberty streets, includlni;
twverul Corner Lots.- Prices, Terms aud
Locution- suit everybody. Persons de
siring lo Purchase, Sell or Exchange Re.d
Folate will liud it to their advantage to
calitaud see ine at trie. American Hotel.
Cauton, Ohio. V. C. THOMPSON.
' April 23; 18dSni6-.- .
EEW.J'INE BUILDING LOTS
' TOR SALE ' ? '
Iri David Lind's AddiUon to Cauton,
' Qpionite Kuith dt Schotl'a Addition.'
Terms easy. Call at Myers & Walser's,
or on the nudersignecr. D.'XiIND.
Canton, April L ISoS-mi
HAY ELEVAT-ORS, several kind
roiw and blocks good ones at ..
. - EAYWOLCa 8AITON
f jVA rtM EHS(F - HTAli KLOOK
3 if-'" ' ' .J-;
' - TIIEi WORLD'S-' - -:
Mower s GReaper!
-SJ .j.L ti'-Je'l. X ' - -'-' A '
After llaviueV studied tie iate'rA'tV'of
Farmers for twenty , years, we have pro
duced and now oner you. . . , v
THE BEST HARVESTER EV-EK
..;. i. MADE 1 -' - ..:
aud compared with' which none others de
serve to be meuuouea.' an an iuo-ukh-
tieS.Of j I. ... H a-jU- -.
FIRST CLASS MACHINE !
Compactness; Simplicity; Certainty of
Operation, Ease of Management,
Lightness of Dxaft Strength :
and Durability, it .haa-.---:
- No Equal ! ; '. 'i -
Its frame is a single' piece of wire, and
will neither rust, rot, warp nor oreax.
Its marine is all cut out of solid Iran,
and runs with tho ease and precision ol
clock work. . . , ,
When thus made perfect, it is tightly in-lo-ed
in an iron shell case, which keeps
out dirt, water, grass, vc .
Every part is made by standard guuge,
and tho whole is as well built as asewiug
machine or locomotive.
No ratiline noise, no chewing of wheels,
no looswning of nuts or bolts. In short,
it is made to do its work perfectly 'nnj
last a life-time,
We also munufnelure the
niTfo vntren. a tm n ': r k. a ppr !
and, having invented, know bow to build
theu. better man any bouy else. Also
TORNADO THRESHER ANI
winch has never, been equalled for rapid
and gooi work. . ... ., . - . ... i
You will find it to be to your interest to
buy one ot our macbiues. For further
particulars' call on or address
BALL A COMP.1NY.
RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE.
L.OT3 FOR S ALE. . . ; .
I have just laid out
FORTY BEAUTIFUL LOTS
in tbe west part of Canton, which I
sell on reasonable terms.
Several of these lots are beautifully
situated on Tuscarawas ttreet. Some
twentv-four front on - Fifth street, which
is here opened tut sixty l'eut wide.
Five front on the old Fulton Road, and
the rest front on a new .road laid out par
allel with Fifth street.
' These lots will make very desirable
buldiug spots, and IDev are situated quite
conveuieul to tne uusiuess part oi town.
Those wishing to pu'chse such .lots
would do wvl.l to call soon.
- JOSEPH MEYER.
1 Canton, M y 20, 18i5S-tf
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES AT
J KEUUUEU PRICES !
Henry Walser bus removed bis
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
to his new buildings, lone Block south' of
the Nixon House,
Corner of Market and Liberty 6ts.,
. - A LLIANCE. OHIO.
He invites all persons wishing to purchase
Carnages, - ' ;'
t . ;V.- .Wagons, Ac-
. to call and see bis splendid work.
REPAIRING DONE -
On short notice.clieapusilje cheapest!
. BGivo me a
call, before purchasing
MILLINERY, STRAW GOODS, &C.
EW AND BEAUTIFUL
W. GRAFF I S,
' .t MATHEWS BLOCK.
"':::-.. J. ' : " ' -
in . -'" 1 " : '
... "j.., '--. - 1 ' . :"
iUllinery aud Straw GckkJ?,. ,'
'Ribbons, Laee3, Artificial
'; Fl6ver3, Embroideries, ;
' White Goods, Hosiery,.
, GIovos, Corsefs,'"Tloop.
i . ' t Skirts', Genuine
Alexander KM Gloves,- '.'! ".'
Sillc Fringes, BUgle Trimmings,.'
Cotton-Trimmings, Ladies" and ,;
" (ients1 Paper Collars, Cuffs, .
- ' v . - Neck Ties,' Ac, Ac.
Kood Goods and Low Prices I-t
' Jos. w.o RAFF, " ''
Mathews' Block,. (Jantoo; Q.v.
HE MEYER -HOUSE TO LET.
Having pnrcuasod the Brown "property"
io; Cauton. I wueh Lo-ieat tae' large and
cororaodioua Jlrick Ketwdenoe on my farm
near ieyer'a, Lake. .
' This fine mansion." , contains . twelve
rooins.bas a cellar finder the whole bouse,
a good stable, a- Rardert of aii. acre, aud.il!
ne5esarv convenience. - It would make
a suitable house Tor some useful purpose;
I'asliiouuble resort for pleuura parlies
visitiug the Lake Water Cure or School,
i mention this to Invite attention to this
moat dnsirahle and healthful Rite for pub
tic use. It ia only two miles from the city
of Cunton, and, iu the hands. of a good
man, would become a great attraction. .
For further iuformation, inquire at this
ftiee, or of the subscriber iu person, or
address : . JOSEPH MEYER, '
- ' ' - Canton. Ohio.
Jan. 22 lif6S.. i " . -
JJ U II M A N A C O
N E W
II Alt T'E R S
B.A X K- , B LOCK.
The largest an4 best selected stock qf'J,
. .. : m ' . ' -.' -and
ail kinds of SUMMER GOODS are
sold cheap at .. RUHMANA Co'a. t
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, aud
Little Boys' Waaousfc vVheelbarrows
-i-a.irge stock. and for wt cheap at tbeL
rut n - . ii urocery s;ore or ...
" : ' ADAM LIPPKRT.
aprirtf-! - , . ... . -
OLl) Ff)R GREENBACKS
DEU BL E & BROTHER,
' CANTON, OUIO. .... .
' Their old usd well known'
... . - . f i ; - . .
J F W E L U Y S T O It E 1
To their pplndid Ken ' litnidiDe, e!t aule of th
puUic square, one door M3uh of Ktn.fia'l Bros
and next door t C. o'hwt:il.zer,s Hnrdware tore.
Then new building is fitted up id th latest style nnd
pup!ied wiLh. a full ftaortnunt"-of New Good id
-Gold and Silver Watches
Of American, Kngtish and S-wlni make; blocks of
every "variety; ine Jewelry; Gold Pens of the
bent mnKe ua nusiuy; buver ana riatea
Ware; Miibicnl Instrument, pxich &h
Melodconi?, Guitars, Violins, Flutes
Fifes, Acoordeonn, t . Spectacie-4
to suit old and younf; Fin
tinchi na ware,
.TO VS OF EVERY VARIETY
Beside verr many articles not herein enumerated
We are enabled to sen cheaper man most others an
we But for Casr.
"Clocka and Jewelry repaired, ah out work
warranted. Give us a call. .
Cauton. August 19, Ibbn
OTTO WINTERH ALTER
Watch and Chronometer Maker,
Begs leave to announce to the citizens oi
Canton and vicinity mat lie io
about opening a tor in
NO. 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Having; a thorough knowledgo of the
business, and .a large assortment of the
i Geneva & American Watches, Clocks,
.. ana uoia-pia tea jewelry,
I can secure to my customers some ad
vantages of which they will oe ready
Spkciat. Attesiion will be paid to re
pairing of all kiuds, which will be done
reasonauie prices, niiu on nuri uouce. .
: JtCall and See!-a
No. I Opera House Block!
WRIGHT & PEN NOCK i
New GooVls ! ' '
New PricesT '
Enlarged Stock I .
We beg leave to sav to the citizens
f3tark nnd adjoining Counties, that
still continue, to kuep 'bn baod, and
i sale, at the.lowest prices for the times
a fino assortment of
POCKET A TABLE CUTLERY
Shoe-Makers' Kit and Findings.
IRON AND STEEL,
, Garden Seeds,
' Ropes and Twines,
Brushes, all kinds,
Nails and Spikes, -
Locks and Latches,
Springs and Axles, -'
PAINTS AND OILS; :
Bent tVood Work,
Mvss. and Curled Hair, '.
Hubbs and Spokes,
Sash and Putty, j
yiNDOW GLASS, .
Picture Glass. '
Glass cut all shapes and sizew
Turpentine and Benzine Varnisji,
Floor. Table, Stair and Carriage
Damasks, . .
Dental Stock, " "
Whip and Canes,
Beltiug aud Baskets, '
great variety ot all
cles usually kept in a Hardware Store.
feg-Give Us a Call.
-,jt -- -, 0 t . i ;.
-v., WJtlGHT fc PENNOC1C:
; X hnvo made arran gements and aio fully
prepared to put on
SLATE ROQFS ;
In a complete and satisfactory manuer.
It is undoubtedly known- to all that
good Slhle Roouog is the most durable
all roofs for buildings. It is also fire
proof, and being a non-cOnduotor,- is eafer
agaiuht lightning. ; -..
I shall keep on hand
The Vermont Slate, l . , .. . !
'! The Peach Bottom,
k !- ' : The Nortliampton,
and Slate from several other reliable quar
riesthe cost being1: not much mora than
jx pine roof, and less than a tin .roof.
. It is hoped those intending to build will
consider tli matter.. i:;- . ..
" All orders addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt aftention.".
- . .1 : J. f. LANTZ."
Canton, Ohio. March 4 1868.
B1DBA1 L DENTIST OrFICE IN
arter's Bank lilock. Canton. Ohio. AU op
eratic n in Mechanical Dcuti.lry pcr;ormrd iu the
litest and must -improved manner. - Ue would call
especial attention to his Gold F.llint;, in wh'ch.
the words of "A. Ward," he ia-eqnalled by few and
.excelled by none. . . ( .
"VfO CHARGE for' Cutting when
J.1 Goods are boasnt by the ywrcl at
,M, pUUMAN Co,
TO v S.Tp VES!
L. TBt ECHELE & BROTHER,
v CANTOX, OHIO;
MAlCcrACTUKBEa OT it! OKALMaB IS
Also 1it alwny on hnd tg atsertmeat
Cookj Parkr, and. Ilotitins Stoves !
Ar agnnta for celebrated .
STEWART CQOK AND PARLOR STOTS3,
Whifh are in fact the
titoves a. the world.
best Cookiug and Heatiug
WWf WARRANT all onr cnolr stores to b
good bnkors and to draw well, nail tr d,ll as cheap
m inn ctM)tt. - Ail Kind, o!
WORK MADE TO ORDER,
On ohort notioe and warranted to plYeentire sr.tis
Oiir plflce is Htirmnslri stand; on Eapt Tub
car.WAS street. Give ua a call.
Oct.4.18Rom.t. i.. BIECHELE It HKOTHKR
ANTON CITY WOOLEN FAC
TORY ! ...-
Thankftil for pnt patronage, wouhi mot re.peet.
tiilly infoim hii mends and former patrons, and
ine nuuic in (ttnersi mat f.e hs rrntied his (neio
ry, (on the corner Cherry and Third atreeif.) witb
NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINERY
And that he is now prepared to manufactore
goods m his line on tne anortei notice, ana in
a manner to defy competition wilhany es-
tabliahment in the West. Ue tr.tnsfac
turos CLOTHS, SATINETTS,
' Veetings, .
Of every description.
Stocking Yarn, Ac,
He is likewise prepared to
SPIN YARN. COLOR. FULL, AND
Or to manufacture Goods for Customers
on tho Shares or by the Yard. -
Re has on hand a large atoek cf
h will exchange for wooi or cash.
.Customers should remember tba
is manufacturing this season at .
WOOL WAXTED !
i3SAny amount of Wool Wanted,
which tbe highest market price will
Mar 22. 1S65-U
P R I N G GOODS,
I invite attention to iuy
. Large and Attractive
MERCHANT TAILORING tiOODS
.. Just Received. .
' and F. & H- Cloths,
French and Enqlith Coatings,
MILTONSA CASSI MERES
of tbe newest Patterns.
Harris, Woodward. Legrauea and
: . Duflle-Silk Mix, and other Stand
ard Makes of American
" ;: ' " Cassimerw.
' . . .'
, - .
I deal only iri regular
Standard Makes of Good I
Believing that in thse days of sham and
shoddy. It is safer arrt cheapest
- f , . to buy
." Good Groods at Fair Prices ! :
than shoddy at any price.
I bave superior facilities cr making
, f ' work that, in
'" STYLE, FIT AND FINISH,
Is equal lo the best city- trade, and
Prices as low as any of my competitors;
and am willing at all limes to duplicate.
tbe lulls of any nou3e iu . tne. est who
will do as goHd work as I will.
Call early and satisfy yourselves Unit
the Ono Priced Fashion Emporium at '
. No. 2 Opera House 'Block;
Is tho best pluoe to bny.
Canton. May 6, 18G8U.
JOST. STAYED OR STOLEN. '
From tlie Subscriber, on or about
11th iust., nchestnuuorrel horse, i:edium
height 'good limbs, eyei, and about
years eld. When missed oe bad no shoes
on. Any person returning the horse
giving information where he can be found
will be liberally rewarded.
T. C. NIGH MAN.
. May 27, w4.
G"BASS SCYTHES the best; in
country, and wa-rantert at
.I'.i . BA ITNOIXS A SAITOS
GROCERY AND PRO VIS I O JN
S T O R Ji. .
Has just opened in bis new buildinj? ob
SOUTH CHERRY STREET I
Near tho new depot, a large stock of fresb
which be will sell ,:
."CHEAP is 'the CHEAPKST.
I will pay tne highest market price for
:- .. . . . . v)i
COUMTRY PRODUCE. ; . :
I also keep sir kinds of refreshment for
theinner man. .'' .:!--
give me A" Call , : .
And let me try to do as well by you as any
. ., or the roiks up town,
Dec. 38 tf--C7. . . -
MEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF .
ME N ' S CLOTHIN G
. IN NEW YORK CITY! .
Wa are prepared to exhibit to tbe mer
chants ot this section the best selection
of Cloth ina ever offered in the
New York Market,
CHEAP. MEDIUM and FINE GOODS.
M ADB in THE MOST BUrKIUOH HANKER
And of the Very Latest Style.
We shall sell upon libeial terms and
We invite tbe attention of buyers, and
promise to make it to their interest to ex
amine our immense stock before making
KIRTLAND, BABCOCK fc BRONSON,
43 Jt 47 Chambers Stbekt,
. ,1'. -.
IV B. O &
BARRETTS HAIB RESTORATIVE
f IU ralrnoidca la KmAbs, Sept. , !.
Tegctable Hair Restorative
Bnterca Grmr Hair to Ita Ntttiil Color i pr- m
rooto to their original ornntc cUa i li
liaar tan Ing out i m a superior Drif .
At ronoini bo imuiiou iniiwiicnH.
in ia nm rrumc popniar mma rv a.
artici tftrouitUMU mm m
Mi, imrta, MO
BARRETT & CO., Proarirfors,
MANCHESTER, N. ft.
. Sold by all Drujiemts. '' SoD2S-CT-16-ly
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
UILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
I offer for sale a number of
FINE BUILDING LOTS,
Situated Is ear the Fair Grounds, which
I will sell CHEAP I and on
Also a FRAME BUILDING!. 20 bv
feet, will be sold Cheap, aud can he con
verted into a dwelling at little expen iv
L. D. RIDEI:.
Cauton, March 2, IStlS tr -
EW FURNITURE ROOMS I
East Tuscarawas St., Canton, Ohio.
PFENDLER & BERNHARD
Have opened in tbe rooms lately occu
pied by Hare and Lind, corner of Tusca
rawas and Walnut streets), a complete
Dining Tables, -Writing
We are practical Cabinet Makers,
warrant our work as represented, none
of our Furniture being the product
Eastern Manufactories, but entirely
dun ble and cheap,- It is all inadr
of the best well seasoned material.
Repairing of damaged Furniture, an
orders for nev, will receive prompt attei
tton and charges moderate.
Mrach 25. 6S-tf
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
piTTSBURG GROCERY STORE,
.Six Doors East of American Hotel,
Is going right ulong in the old place with
MORE CHEAP GOODS,
And much cheaper and better than ever
before. Such as
... . t -.
GROCERIES,, PROVISIONS, AC.
In endless variety. Also a largo supply
Notions, Tobaccos, and Cigars.
My stock of
Are also Large and Cheap.
4- Good Fresh Butter and Eggs
constantly on hand.
rsa-Highest Cash Price alwaysPaid
for Country Produce. ' '-'
My terms are iayariably cash, bat I will
sell accordingly as 'tlie.nimble6ixpence"
is what co ants in trade.
. . ADAM LTPPERT.
(itntou, April 1. lfctSS yl
gHERIFF'S SALE. r ' r
. ; Sarah Miller vs. Daniel Miller, ,
' By virtue of an order to sell Issued llt
the court of common' pleas of titark coun
ty, -Ohio, aad to me directed, I will offer
for sale at the doer of tho ceurt house
JIarter'a Block) in the city 'of Canton,
Saturday, the 20th day of June, 1868,
4he following described real estate situate
in said county, to wit: Lot number Six
teen in Jenoings it Brooks' Addition
the town of Alliance.
Sale to commence at one o'clock P.
Appraised at 51900 00.
K. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
WHEEL BARROWS so cheap
- that no one need borrow, at -
RAYKOLDS a SAITON'S.
REMOVAL I MDMUVAii
ITANE "A LI,.
. . 1:tv
"t Ft . '.. !
Hav removed tb-r esUbllshujBt i -thi
new huildmKs few doors sii enw1
Fubllo square, where tey biys, s-p
on hand ' ...
SADDLES, HARNESS, CX3LLARS
All of which are warranted to gir satlB-
. faction and wt prices -whica- j " -
' IPEFY" : COMPETITION.
WJjob Work and Keriairlne done on
short notice neat and substantial
,Call and Examine Our Stock.
Canton, Not. Tth. UM.
r was i
OODS AT' A IiAlifAlN
r ; - - I i ' : . ' i
undersigned - having- -purobaiied
Isaiah P. Miller, his
STOCK OF GOODS.,
consisting o' '
HAT S , C A PS , AC. ,
now ofler to the citnens ofCintoaaa
.. : vicinity a i- -:
R A RE C II AN CE"
t purobasaaucav' vhj: 1-j.i ii'
GOODS AT A BARGAIN!.
Also, having prticbased the "book ao-'"
count bf said I. P. Miller; not ice is hereby
given to those indebted to. said Hucnunt
that they are iu the hands or Win'. McKla
ley, attorpey at law, for aeUleutMiti tbo :."
knowing themselves indebted, are requea
led to call at his office in the Puhtic ltulld "' -ings
aud 'vakeoeulemeitt n once. !' .. -
. . E. BALL, -
' ,. AULTMAN.
JACOB MlLLUK,, -'
. W. K. MILLER.
June 5. r67. tf. ' . . .
JJTARDWARE for EVERYBODY
We are.c'aily receiving additions to our .
always large stock of
IRON, NAILS, . ';
: . . i
GLASS, SASH, Ac., Ac.
Which we are'
SELLING AT LOW PRICES!
warranting all goods sold to be as rear-
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST f
Thanking our customer for former pat-'
roaage, we solicit a continuance and la- '
crease of trade. i!.-
ARM FOR SALE.
I wish to tell my farm situated in Waah- .
hVton township, Stark uoanty on fourth
mile northwest of Freeburg, and three '
miles north of Paris. The farm coatabaa .
" 180 ACRES, -r
One hundred acres beiag eleared, and
der a good state of cultivation; and sixty-
acres good ti moer land. ; .,
There Is or the tarm a good two-story
Brick Dwelling House, .,;,....
of eight rocims; a large spleadid BANK
B.4RN eighty by forty feet. Alaeasplea-
did Orrhard of 270 trees of good grafted
frnit. - The farm is wall-watered by a rua .
ning stream and springs. . n .,' i
Tkbms One-hall rash and the balance. .,
in on year with interest secured by nsert- '
gage on tbe Dremism. . . -
i-or mniier partjcniars oaitea,
- 'Canton, Ohio,or !
. JOHN SMITH, - ,
aprlm3 Vil..urg. Stark co.. O. .
TOLEDO & PITTSBUKU
KOAD COM PAN V.
Notice is hereby given, that books will
bd ooened for seouring subscriptions to
the capital stock of tbe Toledo and Pitts-.
burg Railway Company, ou Monoav, me
sixth day of April, 18o$, at the office of
M, R. A' R. irit. Toledo, Ohio; at the
store of Cbarlea l'oster, tost on a, Ohio; -
at the office of Hon. W. P. Noble. TifflH:
Ohio; at tiie Banking-House of Geo. D. '
11 arte r & Bro., canton; O; nt thP- more of
Geu. H. Ai-Stidger. Cairoliton, Ohievst
Ihe office of Col. Goo. W. McCook, fcteu
benvillo, Ojand at tbe office of Lloyd and :
l':uc)t, PiUHburgh, Pa. -
D. Spaulding, - James Wallace,
S. M. Kerr, . John S. Davison,.
TvW, Hartmun, ,V,.H. Ivincaid,. ; ; ,.
M. R. Waitc. TrttniHn H. Hoiu.
Charles Foster, ' k W. P. Noble, '
R. u. Pennington, R. W Shawhan,-'
J.M. Naylor, Geo.-W-. McCook,
Jos. Means, . L. Borland, .. . .
S. H.Hartman, W. E. Sehuertz, ..
J. B. HuMey, Thomas Fawcett,"
James C. Hall, ' Solomon Lind. '
- II. S Walbridgo, ; ' :
C". Aultman, , . Isaac Harter,
M. Wikidal, James A. Saxton,
E. Ball, Jno. F. Raynolda,
J. Durbin, D. I'yler,
G. W. Lawrence, L. Schfer,'
II. S. Martin, M. L. Fast.
: -.'.i T ., .
(CHURNS OF ALL SHAPES
J the best made and warranted at ;
BATNCTLDB SAXTOX. ;