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JcltiD of the Democratic General
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
;. For Supreme Jtidae,
Secretary of State,
, TJtOMAw II V BUARD., ;
.' -":'! School Cnauntaaloner, ' '
SAMUEL J. KIRKWOOD.
WearW ltnard of Public Work.
' ARTHUR HUGHES.'
rk of Supreme. Court,
", '.; - voirx m. vtkcb,
Ohio Democratic Electoral Ticket.
.. .. ..- . .. .
., i (Kur the State at Large.j ,
UITFU3 P. RANNEY, of Cuyahoga.
HI GH J. JEWETT, of Mu-kingum
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
" . Ker AaiUhirc .-:.
- -ANDREW PONTIUS.
"t"' Clerk : ';
;; GEORGE W. HENNINO.
. . i . . .
.--V ilnfirmary Director:
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers.
"The cTi-ral rltato compoBing the United
Suites, are not unll-jd on .the. principle of uu
liaitl iulmiish'.on to thfir Geiit-ral Ooyern-
taont, but by a compact, under th'; style and
litis of a Constitution for tbe United States,
aad of amendinunts thereto, they constituted
a tieneral OoTernmiMit for specisl purpose
4elsgaUd to that UoTenunoot certain tlt n
air powers, rnanrrins, each State to ittclf,
tas TMidurj mam of right to their nclf-sov-srniurnt;
and wlipneyer the General Goyern
aaent assumes nadulegated power, its acts are
uuauthoritatlye, yoiil, and of no force; to
this compact each State acceded as a SnU
- and is an Intetral partj, its co-State form-
az, as to itself the otter party; the Govern
saat created by this cooiixto t was not mule
th exclusiye or flual jmlge of the extent of
the powers delegated to iuolf siuce that
-would hay made its discretion, and not the
, Cooatitutioa, the meaHura of its (lowers; but
. m in all other caivs of cointiart among now.
ex haying no common jude, each party lias
an eqxial risht to jivlire for it.elf, as well of
' safrarnons as of the motle anil measure ot
, red re." TaOHA JniTi5oX: 179-V
"Kyery friend of ou fn-e institution
skonM be always preitariil to maintain un
hnpairad aud hi full yljror Tira kioitt asm
otsrsiuttt oy Tits sTATvti, and to coiiline
the action of the General Goyn-nmcat stric-t-j
to the sphere of its appropriate dutie,',
A-kw Jackx: 1837. , -'
"llow usynsoMi it Is. to me tA see aa
Id friend laid af.iV priai iples ot justice
aad friendship forgotten, and all for the sake
of roucT; and the -.treat Democratic Party
4iyidd or endar.entl for roucy ! 1 can
ao4 re I vet upoa it with any calmnetis; every
point of it, uxn scrutiny, turns to barm and
iisunino, antl not one teneficial renult
We exppctsxl Trotu it. Asobiiw Jackmox,:
"I am a Democrat ; every msn
my rgisnent is a Dnocrat,and when
1 shall ba convincetl that this war has.
for ita otiject any other tliun what
hay mentioneiior the Government
laai(rno usine IN soldiers to execute
th" purposes iif the-abolitionists,
lilodga you my honor as a voldier
1 "will carry uiy sword on the other
lda and cast my lot with that people.
—Col. U. S. Grant in 1861.
: Senator Henderson wa
Washington yesterday to Miss- Kate
Foote. - . '
?. Collector Snay the, of New York wfw
nominated Minister to Austria.
Th Columbus School Board is agt-
atatM over a proposition to dlcoitin-
ute-the reading of thebiolcfn thepul
He eho6ls of that city. '
'"" J Wilson Lee, a boy' sgid thirteen.
fell over 'Boyd's Cliff, at Pittsburgh,
mi Wedm-wlsy, and killed himself.
The fir thing the Arkansas carpet
hamrors did after the passage of
bill luinjliti.-'ii them to Congress,
to apply for their salarie-t, which they
drew with 'distinguiched ability
The cornice, and part of tlu wall
the Alexandria Hospital, at Chicago,
fell on Wednesday morning, precipitating
ten of the workmen fifty fee
the trround. and injuring several
r- .ifienator Sumner has written a letter
to a citizen of Norfolk, Va., in which
he warmly expresses himself in fnvor
. of electitig colore.1 men lo Congress,
and declares that he would regard
as a final triumph of the cause
r equal rights."
The American Association for
Advancement of Science is to hold
feventeeuth meeting at Chicago,
u August th, IbtW. ThU association
W urxitpll (n 18W, has
ixte'U meetings iu as iiiany difierent
cithnof 'be Unted,S'atiaiwl
. preparatfiwiH arrt making t
tmimilUtely the shii or war mink
Charlenton ilarhor during the war.
- .They eouaist of the Weehawkm,
. HousMtonieaml XJuyaseutls. the
named .Ixlnjr-tlx Kdbmarine
. which sunk the Housatohie. ' ;
A Galvefton (Texas paper
that that city at ptW nt "lies helpless
and dead, n' victim In the" hand- of
hand of desperadoes; who finding
we ar wholry indifTert'iit, too lazy.or
too KMr to care for the body" politic,
hHve come to prey upon us with
'",A tUiiiit metw.r wis seen In
iti: Vv'iA. on TliuraUv last.
. jas tlrt discovered in he" south
Htid sfemed traveling a an .anglo
Mfy degrees, ' and .quite rapidly,
iinrthward and eastward.. . It ree.i
tdixl a ball of flreaii.l was of sufficient
j "bVr.llhiiey to le. rioted distinctly in
travel, evou'at .dayllgbt ani in
mrkably clear' weather. It passed
i, Qver the lake with a hissing, sound,
' like a shell In Its flight; and exploded
.Iv a few feet above, the water.
ex plosion w ss like that of , a rocket,
" rinmrt was much louder,
the fire was seen to scatter in
llret-tion. some balls .flying nearly
utul, then disappearing. .
.'.!,MaUis?w Vawr,'' of Popghkeepaie,
fimnder of the Var. Female CoIIeg
at f,hat pince. died suddenly oiv.Tue.
tduy fuoruimj while reading his
address before the Trusteeof the
lego at. thelc. annual. neeting.
.omenced-xttuling Uiaddress In
usual tone, and continued until it
l nearly finished, when W found a
,M.itu m enunciating a word, and
ter making a second attempt to
it, haleaned back In hh
dcwl. W !. Prhap3. a UtKj"
ArhM th clrcMOBtanow w
er's death are taken Into considera
tion, that the concluding portion of
his address waa congratulatory sen.
tence that no deaths had occurred
among: thos4onhecttd with thfe Insti
tution since It Twaa Jfounded'thr
years ago. " ? r- , V
Muakinguin cu4ty,returns prowr-
ty lor taxation. tbe pretmyear to.the
auiounaf- tigZlUfff -fit thhj'he
city of ZJuesville returns $4,404,620
an increase over last year of 2o0,000.
The Dayton Journal says the recent
freshet in Twin Crook was greate
than any previous., freshet since th
rtfisajlrqui pnejfS47. Great damage
was done to crops and fences from its
source to Its "mouth Losses' by the
flood ore intimated at from $10,000 to
$15,000..',.., '. ' - .. -i
- The skeleton ot a man found in a
bed ol ore near New Lisbon, Ohio, is
supposed to be the remain of a' man
named .FaineS Naughton, who disap
peared in 1800. He left' New Lisbon
one evening for home, after having
imbibed pretty lively, and as it was n
tiirint- hlht. It U KiiniHKu! iw. i.ist
his way. dmppiNl down, and was fro
een t l.-.itli. The floods which have
swept through 'the ravine slnce that
lerlol accumulated the earth over the
Charlt G. Kilgore was -shot by
William Henderson, an inmate of the
Lawrence . county Infirmary; last
Thursday night, and died the follow
ing evening. It appears that for some
time past depredations bad been com
mitted on the building, and the keep
er had placed Henderson on guard.
On thU occasion Kilgore came into
the yard before the keeper had retir
ed, nd hearing the noise, he notified
Henderson, who went to the door,
and aa Kilgore ca;ae up the 6teps shot
him. .Henderson gave himself up.
The President has nominated Tien
ry A. Sinythe, collector of New York,
to be Minister to Austria.
Senator Henderson, of Missouri,
was married on the l&lli ult., to' Miss
Mary Foote, In Washington. Among
the guests were the Missouri and Ver
mont I 'it gat ions in Congress, the
President, Secretaries McCulloch and
Browning, Chief Justice Chase, and
the members of both Houses ot Con
gress, without regard to politics, and
manv ladles. The Senator and bride
leave this evening for the North
The President has sent a special
' asrent to Georgia to Inquire into the
Ashburn murder cae.
Foreign. Mr. Ross,. one of the
English Abyssinian prisoners, has ar
rived In England aud received a pub
lic welcome in London. , .
A statue of Martin Luther was un
veiled at tho city of Worraes, In Ger
many, In the presence of a large con
course of people from all. parts of Eu
rope and America. "
The Irbh Reform. Bill passed the
English House of Commons,' and was
up on its second reading in the House
of Lords, where it was the subject
an interestinir debate
Donn Piatt on the Republican Party.
3Ir. Donn Piatt has been lately
speechifying to his Republican friends
in Urbana. He takes back hU late
assertion that the Republican party
is dead, lie thinks it is full ot life
and vitality. Nevertheless the' truth
Donn remarks :
CORRUPTION AND DEATH.
But, inv friends, as the sun breeds
magots iu a dead dog, the sun of our
Hepuulicanisiu seems to nave cattea
up from the bogs and ten8 and swamps
ill the vile things triat crawl and hiss
and fatten on the public weal. There
never was a period in the history of
this or any ether people that foul cor
ruption so poisoncu numanity. ii is
no longer hidden in dark places as if
ashamed or afraid. ' It stalks abroad
in the noontide sun, making day itselt
sick, and hideous. Whuy trade is
prostrated, and hard earneu profits
grow less or disappear, while taxa
tion grinds us down, thieves with
brassy tacea and greedy hands, fill our
offices and fatten on the spoils: Rings
surround every department, corrupt
iog the ballot-box and debasing the
trusts, while all over the land tho
poison extends, until peace to private
life has disapjearcd, and rogues bold
There are few who will not agree
that a party which thus Dreed eor
ruptlon had better be dispensed with
at tho earliest opportunity,
President's Veto of the Omnibus Reconstruction
Our renders will find in this paper
the President's veto of the Omnibus
Reconstruction ' Bill. ; Tho document
is very brief, andslmply recapitulates,
by reference to previous veto mess-
ages, the reasons hitherto advanced
against similar measures. Both
Houso and Senate promptly repassed
the bill, the veto notwithstanding; so
that we may . no regard all the States
embraced therein as fully, rehabilita
ted according to the Radical pro
gramme, and lor Radical purposes du
ring the coming Presidential election.
Not for Chase.
u'l . .Mr, John II. Oberly, editor of the
Cairo (HI.) Dcuwcrat, says he was not
a Secretary of the Chae conference
lately held nt the Continental Hotel
in Philadelphia, was not in the city
when it was held, and authorized no
person to use his name in connection
with jt... Mr. Oberly thusexplainahls
position:. "Mr.. Pendleton is my first
choice for the Presidency, ana I would
vote for Mr. Chaso only on the condi
tion that ho must to me to the Demo
cracy, and shall then receive the uom
iuatioti. If. the Democratic party
goes to Chase, I will fllqw with
protest, if Ifoltoto at ullj'... ' . '...
Democratic victory in Chicago.
'' l liv lK:inMTiicy of the Third ward,
Chieaffo. uii Tu -lay," ejected Dr. j.
Hahn, a ineinber of the' Common
Council, vice, Barrett, deceased, and
making a clear gain in the ward
one hundred and twelve votes over
last spring : On the morning of the
election, the Radicals jmpers, esjieil
ally the Republican, 'appealed to the
faithful In a dozen . little tfiiuibs,
which the following is a ppecimen;
Singular but true, the election of
Democrat aa Alderman in tho Third
viird to day would bo- chronicled
every Copperhead theet. la the' land
as a "deteat ol Radicalism in Chicago,
:. . Well The "Cops" are satisfied with
'the result... There Is no doubt that
great reaction Inaugurated in Chicago
last spring is still la operation. ... .. .
' "The Democratic papers are busily
encaged in trying to prove that Grant
. . . f I . I . . T
is a'tirunicaru. wnto estate jincrnui.
Radical. . . ;
Ate the Anti-Slavery Standard; NevV
York Independent, the Revolution,
the Sprinirfleld (Mass.) Repnbyctm,
"Democratic papers'?"- They are
lournals that I charted Grant with
Vallandigham on President.
Vallandlgham has defined his posi
tion on the Presidential question. He
sAi-s: .-V , -
'As to UM.radidaWhU'apW;i9
me partisan irno; man Tor the crest
deney. Oar'Jlfst rhoiee fo We seek
not only the best but the Wrongest
roan-ls the most decided and ultra.
Peace-Democrat,' beiner a statesman
in the exalted sense of that word, who
can be found. In present circumstan
ces we prefer Mr. Pendleton. We are
satisfied that he is the choice of the
Democratic masses,, a small matter it
Is true, with the politicians in these
times. We believe that with a saga
cious, but bold and manly canvass, lu?
can surely be elected. Next to him
we are for any competent man of sim
ilar principles, .record and antece
dents." . . i: ..... .
He repeats his preference for ('hasp
if compelled to go outside of the Dem
ocratic party for a candidate,' and
"If anything cau reconcile, pi i live
Democrats to Chase, in any contin
gency, it is the fact that he is a states
man and civilian, and not a 'military
. man, or yet identified personally with
he exercise ot violent arbritary pow-
To canaiuatcs who nave worn,' or
nov.' wear the Federal blue, Mr. "Val
landtgham is unalterably opposed. -
I -L- .. M
Hesby Clay Dean, that fraerant
Democratic orator was heard to sav in
Ottumwa, Iowa, that "those one-aimed
soldiers who are thrust under our
noses as objects of charity, are tit car
casses lor the gallows." Henry Clay
Dean is quite a favorite with certain
ones of the Democracy of our countv
and they endorse his speeches with
all their contemptible tilthiness and
shockingly treasonable utterances.
To know Dean is to know the maior
ty.-of tho Democrats of the present
day everywhere all over the country.
&iuric toiiry nepuoucan.
Of course our neighbors well know
the above is elie. We. use the good
old emphatic. English, and say lie
That filthy lying negro oriran. the
X. 3" Iridune, last spring, published
a statement that Mr. Dean had made
such a remark in a speech In New
Hampshire, and never hadthemau-
liness to give Its authority, or to pub
lish a retraction. Now, let our neigh
bors give their authority, or stand
convicted. Who heard Mr. Dean
make the remark?
As to Mr, Beat's masterly and able
speeches, we care, not how any John
Brown disunion organ regards them.
Certainly such speeches do net please
them. Carpet baggers and rear front
gentlemen hate, as they lear, the abil
ity and powerful sarcasm of Henry
A Great Achievement. One of
the great achievements of the age.tbe
great Railway over Mount Cennis,
between France and Italy, has been
completed, and cars now passover the
picturesque and celebrated route In
about five hours. The speed is be
tween twelve f.nd thirteen miles an
hour quite enough for such a high
way. One of the curiosities of the
line Is that the trains nerd no engine
Ionian the way that is, they go
down on each side by their own Wio
mejitum, regulated, ot course, by
brakes. It was thought that horses
journeying alongside the trod; would
be tcrrllleil and do mlschHT among.
the precipices ; l ut fcouie of them did
not seem to notice the-train, while
others merely . looked surprised
somewhat like the peasantry of the
j mountain. They will all get over
their surprise very scon, and take the
novelty, as a matter of course.
Governor Swass made a speech
at the Democratic Headquarters in
Baltimore on Tnesday evening, n the
course of which he told his hearers
that they had heard a great deal of his
Senatorial aspirations, but he could
say that siuce he had been a' resident
of Baltimore he had never aspired to
any position. He could have been
Senator ten times over It he had yield
ed tip principle to the men Who had
striven to win him over to negro suf
frage, He thought General Grant
formidable adversary in the contest
t ut said that the Democrats, if they
nominated a man of dignity who
committed against negro suffrage, and
who will place the financial affairs
the country upon a solid financial -b-
sis, will have an easier victory than
they imagine. In ' concluding, Gov.
Swann said he was willing to support
the nominees of the fourth of July
Convention, no matter who that
might be. '
Selma, June 24. The Tuscaloosa
Ifonilor was suppressed yesterday un
der order from General Sheppard,
alleged violation of General Order
No. 51. Mr. Randolph, its editor.has
avoided arrest, and will proceed
once to Washington,' and lay the facts
before the President and General
Cleveland, June 24.T-Oeneral
A. Garfield, Congressman elect from
the Nineteenth District, was again
nominated by acclamation Irotn
same District, to-day.
Renomination of Judge McKenzie.
We are gratified to learn that the
Democracy of the Allen County Ju
dicial District has given to Judge Mc
Kenzie the compliment of an accla
mation nomination. He has made
most upright and noble Judge, and
his romination is a just tribute to
sterling worth. May he be reelected
by a very large .majority.
Mississippi Election Returns.
Jackson, June 25. The eleetititt
Misbissippi, aa far as heard from,
givea. the Democrats 8,000 majority.
I'he returns come In slowly, and
Demoeruts .are itauguuie of success,
while tbe Radicals claim that base
frauds are being perpetrated. Full
reports cannot be obtained tor several
da?s. - .'
A coiiKESroxDENT trom Florida
craves a hearing :
"I think the Northern tax payers,
who make their livinsr by ho nee t
should know that for two mouths
Government has been .distributing
free rations to the negroes' In
State.'- In I.v,ti county, where the
groes reeistfriiH ahout 2,700 voters
006); some 1W.W0 rations were issued
last month alone. Do you give
rations to the laborers 01 tho North
No! but we, the salntstax 'em
everything they eat and 'wear,
then tax 'em again to feed the gem
med. : this new aristocracy of
South.' (" "' -w". '
Exclaims the Albany Argus, Dem
ocrat: "Stanton, Forney Callicott.
How they disappear I What aproces
sion ! What a singular detour
starts Calllcott from the speaker's
chair at Albany, and brings
around 'back again to the Penlten-
1 tiary P '' . ; .: " '' :i
Will the Democracy Carry Massachusetts.
t"X" ." r
Ourreafferrriay think it preposter
ous to ask 6U0h, . question, but
have high authority for the Inquiry,
and would say that" this consummaj
tlon, is really possible, if not proba.
he.- The history of tho past conclu
sively demonstrates that in this coun
try there is no such thing as fixed ma
JoritiesU..The votejast fall for John
Quincy Adams proved that there were
many honest men in the old Bay
State, and that result showed the
weak condition of thd Radical ? party
even in 'Massachusetts. "People there
as elsewhere are-becoming tired of the
depraved rule of Sumner, Philljps,
Wilson, Uutlerana fcjtevens
The truth Is, the reaction in Massa
chusetts, and all over the country is
progressing and gathering ' strength
It has assumed such dimensions that
the oldest Republican rgan in .Mas
sachusetts sounds the alarm, as the
following from the Springfield Mass
IZepubhcan will show.:
"The Republican party of this State
is in peril in its honor and in its
power. The Democratic- leaders are
indulging strong hopes of eettine pos
session of the, Estate .Government.
They count upon the divisions of the
Republicans upon temperance legisla
tion, xne corruptions mat nave grown
into administration and legislation.
the bad management aud frauds that
have accompanied the tunnel enter
prise at mountain and State House,
the sharp quarrel between the Gov
ernment and legislature this year,
and the bitterness left behind it, the
alliance with themselves of the P. L.
L. secret league, and the deep dis
gust that many honest vet independ
ent Republicans feel1 at the shiftless
and degrading way things have gone
and are still going in their party
tnese ana Kinurea circumstances they
count on assure to give their candi
date lor Governor, ngain to that half
Republican, young Mr. Adams
gn litly increased vote and a fair
chance of an election next fall. These
are not vain ccpec-Minn. 'Ihere. is deep
a"d wtfe spread demoralization among
tie Jkfasxacittxets republicans as a State
party. They can only recover tone
and unity and strength hy a eourage-
ou movement that shall bring new
men nud new politics into dominance
and thrust aside alike those who have
debauched its rankd. A bold and firm
tand asainst that wide spread attila-
tion of weak and wicked men known
as the lobby, and the expulsion of its
members and their creatures rrom the
State House, and from power in the
party conventions ; and the nomina
tion of Independent vigorous hearted
men ror the chief pipces in the uov-
erntnent, who, it possible, are fresh to
their work, and so without complica
tlon in the disturbing and distracting
elements of the party these are the
two essentials for a successful meeting
of the crisis that confronts the Massa
Let these hopeful signs give more
tono and courage to every lover of his
country. Let every man opposed to
radical ruin do his' whole "and' entire
duty. Let this be done and the coun
try will be reclaimed, and law and
order restored. '
The following resolutions were
adopted at a Democrat Convention,
held at Branchport. In the county
'atps N. Y., June 5, 1SCS ;
Vofc, That while we recognize
aiiil will upnoitt tnerlgtitrul cinims
capKui in money, Ave also ret-igr:i7.f
Mini we wilt use nil riizliitul ixemts
uplxildlug and eiicourt.giiig, the grand
mid nobli- eipital of Iiiinjr, without
which the capital in mon-y wouid
valueless. ' ' -
Jieaolvexl, That the present system
of exempting capital in bonds or oth
erwise, from the taxation necessary
the hupport or government, we con
sider wurse than legal stealing
we believe there is nothing letral
about it but absolute and downright
Heaolced. That In a Republican gov
ernment, gold and silver only .should
be known as legal tender ; that the
-present system of demanding gold
a legal tender for capital, while labor
is paid in a depreciated paper curren
cy, we consider unjust snd subversive
ot the dignity of honest labor and in
telligent enterprise, ana mat , we ae-
clare our unceasing, hostility to
such iniquities, designed to enrich
lew at tne expense oi tne many.
Resolved, That the present Nation
al debt,, if ever paid, should be paid
once, and by direct taxation, the only
rightful way of supporting a republic
an government, that we have no right
to impose sucn crusning Duraens upon
Jiesoltied, That the person about
be selected as our candidate for Presi
dent, in order to secure our suffrage.
must be Known' as a tried, true aad
faithful statesman, a man of positive
ability and unflinching firmness,
a contradistinction to an accidental
military reputation, secured by
skill and labor of t hers rather than
the reckless wastq of human life
Resolved, That this is a white man's
government, made by white men, ar
f.ir white men ana uieir posterity
ever, and that the man, be he Demo
crat or Republican, who shall be fair
ly and'' honestly elected by white'
men's votes, snail oe .rresiaent; in
event and at all hazards.
Resolved. That ha vine received from
our ancestors a' Democratic Republic-.
an tiovernment, with plain ,anu
plicit Instructions how to retain
keep the same for all future time; H
our imperative duty to transmit
same toour posterity unimpaired,
for the afeomnlishiuent of this pu-
nose we pledge to the Democrats '
tlic county, the State aud the' nation.
our lives, our fortunes and our sacred
The peojile in great numbers
going to New York from all quarters,
to be present on the occasion of
nomination of the next President
the U nted States... Most of the
roads lines are holding out: the
of half fare. That Con
vention will be worth seeing. In
and eutnu3iasm .it will eclipse
convention ever hem on this contl
nent. We regret that the authorities
of tha P. Ft. W. A C. R. W. did
see proper to carry jmsaedgers at
fare. We must fctate, however,
make no exception to their established
rule. - ...
Is Grant now more fit. for Presi
dent than he was a year ago, when
so-called "Colfax Circular" was
sued ? Sixteen reasons were given
that showing why Grant should
be elected. ' "He could not deliver
inaugural address." "He claims
havo no knowledge of politics."
"We have a hundred better men,"
Ne6ro rule, under the names
'Impartial'.' or "rnanhood suffrage"
is the yltal Issue before the "American
people. By lorce, the Radical leaders
have establish .it over South, and
means of this aid they expect to
slave the North.
The Democracy seek to restore
Union under the Constitution
Union of co-equal States oh the
hnsis.' made by the' fathers of
"Not long since " Greeley
"General Grant we esteem by
means a great man, nor even a
General." ". '.,'
Banjax in F. Rice, one of the bo
United States Senators elect, has
document recurrected against hira
which, does not place the morals ef
jthU'catp-hag ;Btateeman above the
le-cel ot Hon; Si C 'Pomeroy,: This
Dear Sir : I received voilr letter
fnqulringr if I was dead or run awnv.
Lam neither. I settled all vour busi
ness In Tennessee and ert the mnnw.
and I intended, to ho at your court
and pay it, but before the time arri
ved I got on spree and gambled ion
ever $ei,0fi0 f and hehco, cg'nnot send
you tbe money at this time, but will
make. eveiry effort. to: rals.'4t as soon
document is In the shape of aJ letter,
and 4s, as follows r i - - i -'
BEN. F. RICE.
per, hitherto . independent,: has es
poused the Democratic cause and run
up the . Denjocratic . State : Ticket--
H. II, .Robinson; Esq., has become its
editor.. We have: no doubt It will be
an. efficient. - help in redeeming tine
State. : .? .
Fatiiek Ryan, at a dinnerparty
in Chattanooga, was asked for an ep
itaph on Brownlow, taking for grant
ed that he had departed this peaceful
life. Father Ryan era ve tbet follow
Ing: .- : '. i .
PHijse,- centle reader ! lightly tread f
For God's an ke lut bim lie ;
We live in peace since he is dead, .
. But hell is in a fry !
The Empire Club of New York is
making arrangements to give to the
Keystone Club, of Philadelphia,
very impVi!ig reception on the 3d of
Judge Thcrmak is announced to
address the Democratic State Con
vention of West Virginia, on the 16th
of July', at Grafton.
The majority of the New England
delegates are reported as in favor of
the nomination of Mr. Pendleton.
: Forney says : "Flogging has been
abolished in the colored schools of
Maryland." He ought have added
and retained in the white schools of
Don Cameron, son of his .father
Simeon, the present U. S. Senatoi
from Pennsylvania, ia a candidate for
the U. S. Senate. He wishes to take
the place novy held by Mr. Buckalew,
Qso. Fbancis Train tried to make
a speech at Liverpool on Wednesday
night, but was hissed down.
An exchange, says that Forney
should be declared bankrupt on ac
count' of his great iie-abilities.
Political News. There is reason
to expect that the' President will . is
sue a proclamation of general amnes
ty to take effect July !4. '
Both the Emperor of the French &
the King of Prussia promise iieace
If there is any-thing in their promises
the rumors of war are worthless.
LORENOE SE WIN G
Latest and Greatest Im'iScovc-
men i m isewiBg .Machines !
This is th favorite "Familv Kewirt
Aiacume, tatting four rtinernu Htit:liPH,
aud Kftwiiiir ibe. lieavlest bh vt11 ax the
nnest lunrim, Iwsver cloth stnd itronadiiiH!
The.'Misit-s Mel'kjrrniek. of Punii
have- uted it for two veara -daily, with'
I rin m plant sutxtess. .
lhis machine is for sale and on exhihl-
tion nt tbe Misses McCormick's room in
Dr. Mathews's Block. Call and examine
and iudce. To see its work xud tho mii-
chine in operation, will convince ull of
its merit.: .,. , .
jWWe phanenge competition.
mart & julia Mccormick,
: ' - Agents.
July 1,13681 . .,
LAGS! FLAGS I "
CHEarZR THAN EVER AT THK
ENQUIREr; OFFICK, CINCINNATI, O.
Send for a list of Prices and Sizes.
Pendleton's "Ureenback" Speech,
In pamphlet form, at ';
Per hundred, ... $ 2 tK)
" five hundred, ' 7 50
'thonsaud, ' 12 00 "
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
Written by O. M. T. Bnoss, Associate
: kliur or tbe Ciacinnati Enquirer. .
Cheap edition. 25 eents. bound in' cloth..
with speeches, 91 00. ,r: "i.,:. -
Address oruera for the above to . ,
- c. a. bishop;-" .
Enq -iirer OtSoe, Cin., O.
Julyl, 1S68. .. .
rencD, ivenn & cj, vs a. r. iioraen et at.
By virtue of several fi. fa's issued from
the court of common pleas of Cuyahoga
ana ainrn couuties, ana lp me atrectea,
I will Oiler for ssle in the store room late
ly occupied bvS. P. Burden' in the town
of Massillon,. Stark county, Oh.o, -com
mencing on . ,
Monday, the 13th day of July, 1868,
The following de-cribed personal prop
erty, to wit: Culio.es, gintfbams, lawns,
Drown ana Dieachea uiuatlus. aela'.nes,
flannels, clotbs, shirts, bed spreads, table
spreads. collars, hose, drillings, nankeens;
cloak inc. linens, alnacas, cambric spool
threaa, machine sua buttons, Mursaules
shirt bosoms, straw hats, ladies' hats,
shawls, diapers. Keats', pants, cassimeres.
woolea starting, laces, lad tear's cloves,
hoop skirts, together with -every variety
of tcoods usually fouud iu a dry goods
store; also, one sewing tnsouine. .
sale to commence at 10 o clock A. M.,
and continue from day to day until
tbe goods are disposed of. No goods will
be delivered until puid tor. lerrrs cusn.
K. A., PUUAH, Sneritf.
"UOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE.
Any persno Wisbingto uuy a nrst class
boardinii : hv nsis is requested to oall
this office !.r i.nrtieulus. , The bousa
well fivrnfslii'd. has at present eighteen
boardr. -'It is' situated -on ttic Public
Square In Canton. Lease four years.
Kent low. Call soon.
Canton, July 1, 1858.
LAOKBMITHS'.C OA L
Quality and - cleanness, second,
none in the county, at ,
NEIDIG'S NEW COAL MINES,
Throe-fourths of a mile west of "North
. Industry, Ohio, w'tnin bj m lies 01
. : : - 1
For terms at uinea, delivered on cars
or hauled, call on the undersigned at
ml.,., nr arlrlrBSH -. IN. HMUIU.
North'lndustrv. O.. r P.ox 342 Canton,
Jnng 24. lHKatr
A DMLNISTRATOR'3 NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby friven that the uuder
igned has been d aly appointed and qual
ified as Administratrix of th estate
Charles Moos, deceased, late oi Claris
eounty, Ohio. ' " 1 LUCY A. MOOS.
OOD HAND FOR SALE; !
Having rented Joseph Meyers, isanq
Bank, I am prepared to furnish more
sand for tbe same money, than any
in town. Give me a trial, aud see if I
not prove it bo. ,
Tbe sand is oP a first rate quality, as
weli-knowr). ,Orders may b Wit at :
house op North Market street, or given,
to me personally during -working hours
at the Court Houso LoW .
QREATREpUCTION in PRICES.
Prices of Jlpddi-'Approaching a
V -NICHOLAS BOUR,
IVle reliant Tailor,
Has reopened bis Merchant Tailoring
Establishment in -
llarterXBanlTBJock (Second Floor),
!? : s W liars-ha baa yoal reotyad---"V"T .t ;
KJX ' K3TIH tLY " 5IW AKD-WKLL-SELECTEP
' 'STOCK OF-
M--' ' r' . r--. . ,
- Vestings, -
! -'!!."! ;
i,.; , . , j ..... . . , ,-!
Also, a Splendid assortment of
. - BROADCLOTHS, '
;. ' ..i. .... --'.' -i
CaBsiiuir r and .Vestings,
' of all Kinds,' Styles and Prices.' .
N. BOTJR i '
The welNknown Merchant Tailor, pays
individual attention to1 every garment
made at bs PsiHiMishment,
Canton. May S. 1868-1' ,
jp. A L. K E ' S - : ..
i LADIES' FASHIONABLE
No. 3 ScirjEFE'B'a Opera Block,
The undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to the Ladies . or Canton and
Tieinity, tlit ne' is now prepared to ac
commodate them, ot very reaxor.aule
prices from one of tb4 most choice a
Kort ments of all kinds of
Comprising among many otu . niic!.a
great variety ot
Laces, Edgings, . . ' ,
Silk and Straw, Goods, . ... . t ,
' ui' L - -French Flowers
EMBROIDERY of. all Kinds,
- . STRAW,
' And all other kinds of"
FASHION ABLE I TRLMMINGS.
' . AM
A splendid stock ef the most modern
- Styles and Colors of
LADIES' N EW DRESS SILKS,
- ' - " AND"
.... i - - i
LADIES' CLOAKS SHA WL?,
Aud I'vervthinjr to corn pit-to a LuditH
F.isbioii .ble WardvoOe. ..
N. B. Mies Hbhskb. nittll recently
well-known ami acci'ins'ti'thed Milliner
Ma-silioii (HMfr-ln liiw of the umli'r
Kiamtii, HsistiJ l.y several other coinrM?
tent Trjsnii lu-iit's, are ctutnntly enKBj-.i
iiv making. oM.'rinir and repairing Utx,
Honueti, kc. iu tKiuiorimty with the La
He has' ntrtde arrnngfments to secure
always the Loitfat FaMhirms, so soon
they cau t kd Irom Paris and New
York. Call mui examine before you pur
JOHN LAIRD A CO., 1
' SOUTH CEERRTT STREET. ' ,
.,.- -... I-.- ' ' -
1: CANTON, OHIO. rt.
' ; : 1 ' " "' ' -Machinery
.Castings, , .
Shafting,' Pulleys arid Hangers, .
. r i ;;' ' '
, Iron Colums and Lintels, ' '
Window Caps and BiJI, .
. Iron Railing, Cellar Grates,
Vault Rings, .
. : Hitching Posts, - -
Desk and Seat Castings,
Bedstead Fas ten ings, .. .-
:. Farm and Sehool1 Bells, " '
Cider .Pres Screws,
. : Bead Scrapers, -:
Coal Car Wheels and. Axles,
Oven Fronts and Dampers,
Harrow Castings, ' "
Nuts, Bolts and Washers,
: '' 1 Wiie Railing, etc.,'
Kept on hand or furnished to order
reasonable term-.. Special attention
to orders for amallgray iron castings,
repaiiiug dona on shert notice.-. Work
Warranted first class.
Jun. 24. 1868m4
JRIDGE NOTICE. '
"' Sealed proposals will be received at
Auditor s i.tnce, until nwon, on Monday,
Julv q, JJiGS, for buUiliiifr the folio
Masonry of a bridge near Naft
ni;er's farm in Bethleuvin towoship.
Masonry .and Iron Superstructure
of a brdge over the Tuscarawas Jtlver
Bethlehem. --Masonry to consist of
abutmente- antl. one pier.. Iron aurwr
structure ef two equal, spa is of . about
sixty-five feet each. '
Also, Masonry 1- iron Superstruct
ure of bridge over tbe Caual at tbe sains
point. Span about filty feet. Track
about fourteen feet In the clear.
Masonry and Iron Superstructure
of a bridge n.ar Rnt brauff 's Mill, in Plain
to-wnship. Span thirty t. Track four
teen feet. - H. C. ELLISON,
, Canton, June 24, .'68w2
1J. F. B1UEOI,
GASTON MARBLE WORICS.
... , EAST TUSCARAWAS ST.y -.
. . , . .. - t. - - - t'V
Opposite American Hotel, Canton,
jr. , v - - -
' " ' ' '' SULIRI IK , . , .
MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES;
of 'American and Italian Marhle,
j i " . - " '
Hot un in the rnbit sppreved styls
modorn taste., v"l' :''-"'- '.''.'i-m
.b. & j. FUAuapy.
ktm17,1868tf .. - -
GROCERIES AT WHOLES ALE1
T - - .-. j..- :.r: .. -i
: -C. BIECHELE -' : '
j. Uaa Just opensd.hia stock of
EAST ROOM or tbi ItEX BUILDING I
Iast Tuscarawas Street,
-.. Canton, Ohioas
- -i-'y Tobacco,
. i .i
RETAIL DEALERS in Stark and sur
rounding counties are Invited to call and
examine my large
STOCK OF CHOICE GROCERIES
And judae of Prices, Ac.
Among my Stock, I have a large; yarietj-
of. choice and carefully selected
Rhine, Margraefler, and French Bed
and White Wines! .
Best Catawba nnd Isabella!
pgr Please Give me a Call. . ....
Canton. O., J uue 3,
7 O O L ! WOOL
EAGLE WOOLEN FACTORY!
Parties bavine Wool to work .can have
if done at the New Eagle Woolen tactory
C3....S.V. . . f Ar a un.l
DaviR tt Son's Mills, Canton. Oliio, at tno
following prions :
- . . -
Doeskin CaBfllrrfere' at "
. -75 cents per yard
Double and' Twist,
90 cents per yard.
- 50 cents per yard.
Country Flannel, yard wide,
. 30 to 35 cents per yard.
Fancy Flanuels, 28 in. wide,
25 cents per yard.
$2,00 per pair.
Cardins, Spinning and Keeling,
18 cents per pound.
25 cents per pound.
. S onts per pound,
Wo have on baud
Cassimcre, . ' .
Of our own make, -whicU we will exchange
at manufactoring rates, or traae ior v
; Bobbins a miller.
jr I Ct II T N I N G R O D S I .
. S, F. CROSS A CO . ,
' CANTON,' O., ".
Have, for the past ten years, been engaged
In erecting Lightning Rods to tbe entire
satisfaction of their many customers.
are now engaged in tne Dnsmess .more
earnestly and successfully than ever,
we respectfully call public attention
STAR GALVANIZED LIGHT
Which is superior to any in use. It
made from Magnetic Iron, manufactured
for our company only; fjths square
grooved, spiral-twisted and galvanized,
and connected with pure copper couplings
rendering it equal to a Copper Rod,
whole surmounted with a Gold-plated
Chester Point of Pure Copper, thus form
ing a continuous Rod from the Point
the ground, and by a combination
metals forming a Galvanic Bnttery in
Our Star Galvanized Rod is warranted
alwayB to remain bright and clean,
never uorrode or rust, thus . presenting
neat ornamental appearance on Lhe build
ing worth more than its cost as a matter
of ornament, say nothing about its sure
protection against lightning, . .
More than two million feet have been
sold annually for tbe last five years in
parts of the country, and notwithstand
ing we have constantly offered five hun
dred dollars to any person who would
show that any building injured by light
ning with our Star Galvanized Hods
properly and scientifically erected there
on, not one accident has been reported
us. Wo continue .to offer tbo above
Tbe price is so trivial compared with
the advantages of. a certain protection
against the terrific effects of. lightning,
that it is manifestly to tbe Interest Of
persons to have them. - Unlike aaything
else, these conductors last for generations.
Why delay so important a mutter when
tew dollars Invested in our Star Galvan
ized Rod will place you and your prop
erty and family out of danger as long
the building stands.
Or will you delay uutil the crash
broken thunderbolts and the vivid burn-,
ings of fierce lightning awakes you to
necessity of this useful metns of protec
tion? - We also erect Carbonized Iron Light
ning Rods with, the same copper-plated
poiuts and the same Insulator. Our elass
pnsulator is a decided improvement upou
anything r tbe kind ever used. I
discharging points to relieve the
when over-charged, and thus prevent
, , All orders left at .tbe corner of Cherry
and Kluhih streets, near tbe New .Depot,
or by letter, will receive piompt attention.
S. F. ( 'ROSS fc CO.
. Canton. O.. Juue 10,l56S-tf..
QOUNTRY MERCHANTS AND
. F.4RMKRS Take notice that the larg
est. Best it Clioapt stork or Eland Rakes
in thisoouutv for sale, wholesale and
: Iu pursnanne- of an order of the Probate
Court, of Stark county, Ohio, I will
for sale, on the premises,-on Saturday,
the 18th day or July, 1808, at one O'clock
P. M. the following described reab estate
of John Easiok, deceased, to wit:
number thirty-three in tbe town of
Franklin, in -said ccfunty,With appurte
nances. Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
chase' money in hand, and the residue
two equal annual payments, with inter
est from tbe day of said the payments
be secured by mortgage on . the premises.
JAMEs SLENTZ, Adm'r.
; June 17, 1868 w4
0ALL AT A. HURFORD'S
Accf get LITTLE'S COOK STOJE,
For restoring Cray Hair lo
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded of arciv
' to i it kriniSnl rnlnr
i 5 fr- C0i0
tcitn 'the' qlosi and
Thin hair is 'thick-
cned, falling hair checked, and, bald-
tkjq ofrn Ihnno-K not nlivnva ,-ureA
nc3s oncn, inougn not aiw ays. , curea
by its USe. Nothing Can restore the
l,!,:- ,..i, .. vii:i. j. ...i
Where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands
atrophied and decayed,
7 ' -vj
:maiu can be saved ". tor
lint such as remai
iiHnfn'nps hv this nnnlir-ntinn Tnstpnrt'
usciu.ness oy mis application, insieaa
of fouling, the hair '-with- a pasty sedi-
-r""- . ,.
-rrient, it will keep it clean and vigortfnsi;
Its occasional, use will prevent
from turning gray or falling
conseg.ocitly p'fvent'T.biCildess. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dt ngcrous nud
injurious to the hair, the Vigor
only benefit, hut not harm .it. it' wanted
merely for a ; '!:
' hair" dressing,
nnthltir rTft rnn lir 'frninrl Rn eIrnlil(7
tjontainin'r neither oil nor d ve. it does
:i .K-: 1...
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
ong on t .e hair, giving it a r.cii glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 5t Co.,
Peacticax. axd; Analytical,' Chemists,
, . LOWELL, MASS. "'
"'".' paica $loo.
A Positive Remedy for all
kinds of Humors,
Sorofula, Sourvy, Salt-Rheum, Carbun
cles and Boils, Ulcer and all obstinate
Affections of the Skin, Inflammatory
or. Chronio 'Rheumatism, . Piles, Chronio
Diarrhrea, Mercurial Diseases, and every
taint of the System ; Dyspepsia, and those
Affections originating in the Derangement
of the Digestive Organs ; viz., Bilious
Complaints, Neuralgia, and Nervous Af
fections, Headache, Languor, and Depres
sion of Spirits, Loss of Appetite, Consti
I HIS excellent medicinal compound was first
prepared -by Dr. J. W. POLAND, la 1847,
and, was then employed with creat .shcoms In
expelling hnmers from the bleed; -bat la-1848 a
medical friend who wu quite celebrated as a phval
cian, especially in the treatment of humors, sug
gested seme important improvements, which ware
adopted, and which has made it (so the people ssr)
the vary best remedy for all kinds of humors known
Ur "the faculty." -'
ThU preparation Is composed entirely ef vegeta
ble, among which are SarsaBarilla, Yellow Dock,
KoWe Pine, Mandrake, and bloodroot.
. When the originator lived in New Hampshire, at
Goffatown Centre; for the space of thirty tr forty
miles around, and in Manchester particularly, the
Ilumor Doctor was well known aad highly valued
for the numerous and wondorAil cures which' It ef
fected. Though manufactured in large quantities,
the supply was frequently exhausted, and purchas
ers had to wait for more to be made. In that re
gion, some very severe eases of Erysipelas were
trca'ol with, and they were cured I Erysipelas
sore, or carbuncles, those ngly, painful ulcers,
were entirely removed wherever this medicine
was falUifully used. So it was with Scrofula and
Salt-Rheum. The Humor Doctor cured them.
It Is fret from any dangerous drugs, Is pleasant
the taste, safe, yet sure and effective la its action.
PREPARED AT THE
1TEW-ENGLAND BOTANIC DEPOT,
' And for salt 6y all DeaUrt in Medicine.
C. DAMON Jb CO Proprietors.
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING.
The undersigned having disposed of her
interest in tlie tarns ot Heck man & uiun
begs leave to inform her friends and
public, that slio is now receiving nn en
NEW STOCK OF MILLINERY.
and is prepared to. execute in this line
witn neatness aud dispatch. She hopes
to receivo a continuation of tbe favors
Prices very moderate nud satisfaction
Rooms on East Tuscarawas xtreet, one
door west of the American liotol.
Mrs. J.-B. CLTJFF.
" Citiilon. May 20, 1S68 tf
How Lost How Restored.
Jnftt mibllMiced. s new edition of Dr. Culvrrwell'
Celebrated- Esiay on the Radical Cure (without
medicine) of Spermatorrhoea, or bminai weaK
nebs. Involunturv beniiuul Loeeee. Impotemot:
Mental and f hystcal Incapacity, Impediment
Marriage, Ac: also Conaumption, Epilepsy,
Fits, induced by seif indulgence or sexual extrava
Price, in a sealed envelope, only cents.
The celebrated author, in 'bis amhable eaaar.
clean v demonstrates from a thirty year's success
ful prai-iice, that the alarming consequences
freli-ubi; may be radically cured without -the
dangerous use of internal medicine or t ho applies.
lion or the knife: pointing out a mode oi enrs
once simplo, certain and effectual, by means
wliK-h evwrv suffe, er. no matter what his eondi
tion may be, may be, may cure himvelt cheaply,
privately and ratlicailv.
ess-Thls Lecture should be in tho hadds of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in the hands of every ytuth
every inau in tne land.
Sent, unacr tteal. in a plain envelope, to any
dresa, postpaid, on reeeiit o- six cents, or two
'fillips. Alo, Dr. Culverwell'a "Marriage Guide,'
price 2ft cents. Address the Publishers,
CHAii. J. C. KXLNK A CO.,
19J Bowery, Sw York, Poet-Office Box, 48,
S A L E -
All kinds of
Also for sale si lnrgo-quuntity nf second
BRICK, AND DRESSED STONE
Call soon upon ' 1 ' --
"T. C. NIOHMAN.
June : 1868 w4
I wish to sell mv OUT-LOT in Yonnc'
Addition. Iteouwiua one acre and a
and is situated near the East Railway
Bridge. It is, a good lot, and may. be
on reasonable terms, for iurtner panic
ulars.iuauiro. of tho underaiuned at
residence, East.Tus-carawas street. Canton
ni. 14 - . - - . . .
June 15, 18U8w3 .,
fJUIE STAR LEAD-That has now
Such a great reputation in this market-
can be had only at
WA N T E D SALESMAN
sell Goods on sample. Good wages
and steady employment. Address
tamp, A. ECKER fc CO.,
Caual Dover, Ohio,
cured in six h (rre' numbers In almost every se
uua ot the couutryi thlU uja.pubji, caroei, nued t
siVofutou poison is one of the most dealrneth?
j enemieaof ourraco. Often, Uiis unseen and imfelt
tenant of the orgnnum undermines the constitution,
and invites the auack or enfe.l.linR or fatal diseases,
" 1-een"' 10 breed infection throughout the body, and
iiao put or other or its bideous rorme, either entire
surface or sinonp -the vitals, in the latter, tuber-
clC9 may smf(lcniy deposited in the imn r
heart, or tumors formed iu the liver, or it shows
its presence by eruptions en Uie skin, or foul ulcer
hair ..ions on some nartof the bodv. nince the mo
,Bion' we.of a bpnu of this sarttparum . is ad-
n'TIsable, even when no fcctire sjmptoms St. disease
'appear. Fenuins afflicted jvithtlia followlnc com-
ICt I'lIIIFYIlt) XI K ItsOOD.
The reputation this ex
cellent ineUiciue enjoy,
ttvirivcU from iU cures,
many of wuicb are truly
ciue4 of ScroAilous di
case, where the system
feeeiued saturated with
curniption, bare been
nu Hied and curad by ic
.Si-.rofiiloitH afferlions and
liwriicrB, hirh were ng-
C rated bjr-thc scrofti
a eontiimiuation until
were pninftilly auliuting, have been radically
'"aiits genorally find immediate relief, and. at
n,, ,.Ilrei hv lhe Une oCu,is sAR&Ai:nir-?
tj Bt.-Anuibny'm nr, D sr r,t-yipeiat.
len.Ttn, cure, by the use of. this SA.BS.lI'AltTr
tiAl Bt.'AUibny'm Wire, Huam mr Jittfalptlat,
vrstuie jurn 01 irrouious tuseaso. amo in tus
mure conccultd forme, as Itrprpin , lrn9tjt
Heart Diww, : Jh'H, &ttllefmyt Antraffllu,
And llie various Z'lrrrmta alTectio&s of Uio mucu
lar nntl nervous systems.
fiyihiii or Vtmnrenl ssd JtfnrwHaT Diseasa
srv c-tired by it, though a lonjrttmeis required for
l iiiiduiilflr the obstinate maludies liv t nvmcdicina.
" lonR ''ontiuued ums of tbi medicine will cure
VlcfratiouM, and J-'etunlr lime.acar are com
monly soon relieved aud ultimately rured by its
purifying and inrifrorittinp effect. "Minute Illreo
tinnH for cacb case are found in our Almanae, nip.
plied gratis.. Jlhtumntitm and Gout, when
caused bv aecuiniilationii of extraneous matters
in the blood, yield quickly to it, as alao JAver
uam-tiiarttt, TorrtliJittf, vonafntton orinrjini.
maron of the Jt-rr.nnd.ntnrffce. when uriHinir.
" ,npy ttMi n, from the rnnkling poison, in tlia
i,ind. Tni s.i itsAfAMir.T1 ha great re-
-wr. .irrpirm, ana rrouDiea wiin jsrmtua jip
jrrfhrnntnnt or Frnrm, or any of the flection
symptomatic, of Mnrniu, will Hnd immediate
relief and convincing evidence of its restorative
power upon trial. ' . ,
- PREPARED RT
Or. JT. C. ATin A CO., Lowell, ytsum
: Practical and Analytical CAemtsU.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ETERYWHEBE.
ILLINERY A DBESS MAKING
New Firm !
New Goods !
" . . . New Prices !
The undersigned beg leave to inform tbe
ladies of Canton and vicinity, that they
have engaged in the above named busi
Hecknaan's Block, East Tus. Street,
southwest corner .of Tuscarawas . and
Cherry streets, where by 'Strict attention
to business they hope to merit and receive
a liberal share of patronage.
Millinery Goods and Trimmings
kept on hand, and for Rale. Give us a ca.'l
before purchasiiiK elsewhere. - We taar-
antee satisfaction. ,i. o
Mrs. C. HEPKMAN,
m r. wilson:
Canton. April 1. lS68-n3
THE BEST AKD MOST jECO
XOMICAL STOVE IN; US EL -
Little's Improved Cook Stove
For either Coal or Vood7
This popular Familv Coo Jc Store has
oowbfen broucbt to such. a. rteereee of
perfection, an i by actual (rial has eon"
brmett all that is rimmed for 11. We con
therefore safely pa v--it is tb k most pgr.
fbct stovb in uskI and deUes all. com
petition. ' '
As a baker it is unsurpassed : ana in
eVery respect it .never foiis ta.gi ve satis-
"We also continne Ht' our establialimeut
at empire JUlpuk, tue . r,
Tinning and Spouting Business:
We give special attention to
SPOUTING AND ROOFING,
And we invite our'lriends in want of
such work to jjive us a call. Our terms
Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware
Sold at Wholesale and Retail. R. IJTrxmi
fc BiolHia have tbe business in ebsrge.
A. HUKFl Kl.
Canton. Ohio, ilav 27th 186$.
7 ATCHES AND j JEWELRY.
Watch and Chronometer Makers
Begs leave to annouuee to the citizens of
Canton and vioinity that he is
about opening a store in '
No. 1 OPERA ' HOUSE BLOCK. .
Having a thorough knowledge of the
business, and a large assortment of the
very best , i . : n ,
Geneva A American Watches, Clocks,,
. jeweiry ana silverware i ,.,.r-
I can secure to my customers semsjfc.
vantages of which they will be ready t
avail themselves. , .
Special Attenhos will be paid to re
pairing of all kinds, which will be done at
reasonable prices, and on short noiio.
I-Call and See!
.... -jj 0- j opera House Block."
1 ' '1
TOBACCO AND. CIGARS.
FBKD. XtHFER. FBiNK M'MURUAT,
pRED. KEMPER A CO. , l ' " ' ; J '
Having purchased the interest of Ketnper-
Jt Appel in the Cigar and Tobacco busi.
ness, in vite ttieir iriends ana the putiiir.
generally to call and examine 'i:air stock.
of ... .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Which consist In part of the I'.'j' '
Best Havana, -V.,.-
Yara, Connecticut, ! .
Seed arrf Cbrrrraou
C I G ARB i; : -
Best brands of :..'".' ' ',, ;,,
Fine Cut Chewing, ' ' v
Aad all kinds of -
rLUG Dark and Bright. : .
. .Best brands '
v, S M O K I N'-G' ' ;
Lone Jack, Virginity, Birds Eyej.
And general assortment of '
PIPES, POUCHES i,V
And Rmokers'.'Articles Generally,'.; ,'rl.
j-Remember the Place, in Rawie'ftt
Red Front, East Tus. street,
June 18, 1868 tf s r .
Has the best COPPER KETTLES in
the;city. Call and get one. :..;i-...'-
. HURFORD : - .. I! '
Put oa the bast TinUoof.