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National Democratic Nominations.
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VICE PEI3IDEHT: -
FRANCIS Pi BLAIR
OF MISSOURI. -
KBlI)KXXA.KI.trrOW 0TATE AX iJLKOK.
jJFUS P.RANNEYi of Cuyahoga.
UGH J: JEWETT.-of Munkingum.
' DISTRICT ILKCTOlt. ' '
t D.f.-JoriNB.' JEYt of Hamilton.
J M. 'NOBLE, of Hamilton,
i GEO. W. HOUCIC, of Mont'gy.
. W. JACKSON, of Miami.
ISAAC S. PILL.YKS, of Allen.
"M. II. DAVrs, of Cl. rmouU
Wit. J: ALEXANDER, Greene.
J NO. A. CRAMER, of Ottawa.
ANDREW ROACH, of Wood.
EZ11A V. DEAN, of Lawrence.
J. -J. GREENE, of Pike.
V.- FOLLETT, of Licking.
11. H. l"OPPLETOX, Ioraiu.
JAS. II. GAYLORl), Morgan.
A. W. PATRICK, Tuscarawas.
W WILLIAM, of Carroll.
O. W. WEI ME II, of Summit
M. BIRCHARD, of TrumbulL
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Supreme Judge, :
'WILLIAM E. FINK.
Secretary at State,
SAMUEL J. KIRK WOOD, .
Metiiuer Beard of Public Work,
. . .-.'"
Clerk il Supreme Court,
joiin: m. webb. :
for cuaunaas 17TH district!
DANIEL T. LAWSON,
t t Columbiana County. . .
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
. " . Vor Auditor :
.ANDREW PONTIUS. ',,
(JEORGE Wv HENNING.
" Commissioner r
- ANDREW STAHL,
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers.
The fu rvral State composiujr the United
f tales are not united on Uie principle of un
united subnussion to their Ueneral uovern-
nent, but by a compact, under the style and
iile. of a Constitution for the United States,
lad of amendments thereto they oastituted
k General Government for special purpose
iKcated to tliat Government certain defi
kiite powers, rescrvim, each Mate to itseir.
Hie residiuy mass of right to their elf-gov
rnrr.eet: and whenever the ucncral uovern
laent a&sumts undelegated power, its acta are
iiiautlioritatire. void, and of no force;
Ibis compact each State acceded as a State,
Lnd Is an integral party, its co-States form
nrr. as to itflelf Uie mho party; the uovern
lent created bv this compact was jjot made
he exclusive or final iudjre of the extent
he Dowers deleirated to itself since that
(would "have made its discretion, and pot
t onstitution, the mcaciu-e of its powers;
i In all-other cases of compact among pow
er having no common judge,-pach party
lan ecmal neht to ludixe tor ttaeir, as weu
mfracUous as of Uie moue ana measure
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers. THOMAS JEFFERSON: 1795.
-Thomas Jkftkioos : 1795.
"Every friend of-, our, free institutions
ihnuld bo Always . prepared to mainlain un
iniDaireil and iu:full viiror tub rioiit a'si
sotkeeiuktT or 'TitK BTA-rt. and to 'confine
ho action of the General Gort-nmehtTirricti-
y to tho sphere of its apprpnau duties."
AxDiiavy Jackson: ; , ,A ..
"How LOATnso.va it is tome to see -air
Id friend laid aside;" Jitluvriites uf -justice
and friendship forgotten, 'and all for the sake
of roXicr; and the great Democratic Party
divided or emlangercd for ruuci I ..Ican
ot rellect upon it .with any 'calmnes; everv
point tif It,' upon scrutiny, turns to harm
disunion, and not one beneficial' result
be expected trom IL'WAiwww Jacksoit
"I ana a Democrat; every man
my regiment Is a Democrat, and when
I shall.be con-vinced that this war
for Its object any other than what
have mentioned, or the Government
dearena using- its feoldiers to execute
the-. purposes of the abolitionists,
pledge yon my honor as a soldier
I win carry my sword ' on the other
idt Rml cast my lot with that people.
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers. THOMAS JEFFERSON: 1795. Col. U. S. Grant in 1861.
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers. THOMAS JEFFERSON: 1795. Col. U. S. Grant in 1861. Political.
One'of iV.o latest villainies of Black
Republican' Congressmen, Is Ifte
of their franka to btt.-tMMa firm!
business men save money,' Rumpera
make moirey, -and the people are
r . :
Tho Cincinnati Omiiiiereial publishes
as a campaign document a
by Joe.Trowp.of Georgia, Ihe der
of the Anilarsouyille prison,'
The Democracy of -Indian
making gallant fight. - They
holding rousing meetings i in
"p irt of the State.
The -most earnest advocates
peace -la this -country, nro-; Wade
Hampton, v Stevens, Cobb. Toombs,
and other rvmlhern" felern; all
publican- lies to the i contrary
withstanding. : ' '
Tho Metholitniurtli' in Bethel,
Texas, refuses to fellowship
cariirHiaggcr and scallawags.;' Right!
Let thejn go to the devil where
belong 1 They have lio rijrht to
prayers of the Church 1
George Pendleton has. made a
ratapaign in iNew jngiana, ana
to the .West . witji reputation
lofUer thaa everv '. He : has won
laurels nobly, may he wear them
Mr,''Pugh said In hls' CincInriEitl
speoi-h' tho other night : ! believe
that if the counsels' of the Democrat
ic party had governed" a million
biight and br ve yodng men of
'North-and South, gone, to their
'timeiy graves, would bo living
bless as with their presence this
and Instead of this terrible taxation
which lit on iw we should haveeen
'the good old Democratic days,
we scarcely felt wo had a Govern-
ment because we never saw the
'gatherer.' - -
TltE Chicago Times Bays that
viliain has been hung ln
York.- if all the-villains there
hung," the Democratic party
poll a greatly reduced vote. Jieraia,
And the Radical party wTJuld
have a single vote. The hanging
part would use up the' Radicals
They do not Lang all the
they - convict Jn , New. .York. ;
put some in the. penitentiary.
instance, Calliaott, luta Republican
(peakej of .the House, an Collector
of Brooklyn, who got ten yearv. ,
of hLj Radical frleuda' went in
him. It wUl.be Been. .fey. thl
some culprits fo ttnhuojr.
Uy tie way, is this the same Fair
banks claiming to have been ao army
Captain, who declaimed incoherently
from a stone pile in front of the
Mouse a year ago .
Captain Fairbanks seems to trouble
our neighbors. Well, ho to the very
same Fairbanks the very same whom
you "decency" howled at and stoned,
and attempted to stop speaking. He
is the same too, whom we had speak
the next night, when he was not
howled at nor stoned by the 'decency'
for the reason it would not have been
Captain Fairbanks has not been as
long in the government service as our
neighbor, but was in a different Held,
in the tented field, not the P. O. field,
bearing his Body to the strife.
Our neighbor cannot eo through a
campaign without throwing some or
his blackguard John Brown dirt, and
lying us usual. If our neighbor had
the attainments of-Captain F., and
posseicd 'Hi countenance'" indicating
as much' nobleness of s-oul, he would
not then paint himself In the terms
"scaliest and scabbiest." Our neigh
bors had better not talk about counte-
n.mecs. Many a culprit has been sen"
teneed to the Tombs for carrying a
better one than. either.
kOh,. would some. Power the giflie gie us,
To seo'oursel's a3 it hers see usl"
' ' '
. Whex a Dtnfocrat curses the bonds
hie curses his own party, ior it is alone
responsible for thui creation. When
a Democrat, denounces the National
Debt, he denounces his own party, it
is responsible for every dollar of It.
When a Democrat grumbles at the
high taxes, he grumbles at his own
party, for it is the cause of the in
. .What an innocent party is this rad-Ical-spcony-Butler-negroizing
They have had all the power for eight
years, and are not responsible for any
thing! Innocent souls !
It the debt is of our making, why
not help us to get rid of it ? Why do
tho Radical leaders wish to Increase it
and perpetuate It ? Why not join us
to ray off tn bonds, and thus reduce
By the way, is the Democratic party
responsible for the thief Calicott and
two other lousy thieving xladieais
with him, now In the New York Pen
itentiary of Conover's perjury? of
the hanging of Mrs. Surratt, an inno
cent, woman ? of all the frauds and
embezzlements ol the last eight years
including Ben. Butler's spoons, and
amounting to millions upon millions?
. Is the Democratic party also re-la
or.nnalr.lfl for tlm nP'PTO mlO South
Freedmen Bureau and bayonet tyr
anny? Are we also responsible for Im-
i- . 1 ll, a .net rf tKa aairtA
Let the splurging John lirown
donkevs of the P. O. oran try again.
Will Vote for Seymour.
The following prominent gentlemen
who have' formerly voted with the
Republican party have recently de
clared their intentions to vote for
Seymour and Blatr:
. Hon. R. M. Briggs, of Fayette
county, Ohio, Republican candidate
tor Congress ln the ' Cth District in
1SG2, now Common Pleas Judge, is on
the'stotnp fair Seymour and Blair.
-Hon. A. L. Backus,a distinguished
lawyer of Cleveland; has" pronounced
for fcieyrnour and Blair.
iGeri. A., Saunders Piatt, of Logan
county, Ohto.'Wa recent speech de
clared for Seymour and Blair. '
Col. J,' A. Cpnneil of Lancaster, O.,
who commanded an ' Ohio Regiment
during the war, and recently repre
sented hls'dlslrlct in theStaVe Senate,
is on the stump" for Seymou A Blair.
Gen, Jos! H. Geiger, of Columbus,
one of the most eloquent speakers the
fU.pnblicani.arty ever had, is on the
stump for Seymour and Rlair,
Ex. Gov. Sherwood, of Wisconsin,
lias come out " Unequivocally for Sey
mour and Blair.
' Ex. Gov. Johnston, of Pennsylvania,
raude a speech at Pittsburg a
evepings since, in ; which he said
could, no longer vote :,with the Radi
cals but would support Seymeur and
'A..S. Blake, Esq,, of Goshen, lnd.,
until recently a leading Republican
Northern Indiana, is on the stump
for Seymour and.Bluir.
' Hon. W.,B. Jones, nominated
the Radicals in Alabama for Grant
Elector In the -ith district.has declined
defeat on Uie Radical ticket, and tak
en the stump for Seymour and Blair.
Gen. Richardson, of Monroe coun
ty, Hon. S. Lind, of Toledo.
thousands of others less prominent.
Posh on the ball ! '
"Facts are Stubborn Things."
The White hill (New York) Times
puts theso facts before the people :
The national debt can never be
under Radical rule.
. Because it costs too much to
up a standing army of &C,t)00.
Because it costs too much to support
the hordo of offices Radicals ha vecre
Because of an expensive navy,
which, now. that Radicalism, has
troyed our commerce, we have
Because minions upon millions
appropriated yearly to forward public
enterprises prove only to be swlndles.
Because millions upon millions
actually stolen yearly from the
treasury with as much deliber
ation as any burglar or thief ever
., Because the present tariff is grind
ing the face of the poor and decreasing
their ability to pay taxes.
Because the internal revenue
is eatlntr out the subsistence
the whole land.
Seymour or Grant?
Reader, choose ye between.
mour is the calm and honest states
man: Grant, the piece of wax lor
Radical Wushburnes. The following
support -Seymour and Blair and
Democratic platform j
ROSECRANS, ' EWIN, fcc, &C
The ' following are the friends
Grant and nigger bondholders'
Beast Butler, Fred. Douglas,
Callicott, Neal Dow,
i- . Several Squaws.
i. Montgomery Blair, the brother
of Gen. Frank P. Blair, has written
a letter in -Which he says that
General wae offered the nomination
for Vice President upon the Repub
lics a ticket. He very wisely declined
it. ; So it seems that the Republican
party didn't always think badly
The Ninth District.
Som& two weeks ago the regular
Democratic Congressional Convention
for the Ninth District, met at Mon-
roeville and nominated Hon. W. P.
Noble, of Tiffin, to beat the notorious
Bill Gibson. The delegates of Craw
ord county refused to participate,
and another Convention was called to
meet at Crestline eu last Thursday.
Hon. Thomas Beer was Chairman,
and Doctor Stanley, of Erie, and R.
Lee and S. Caldwell were Vice Presi
dents. Mr. Finley, from the Conference,
submitted the following letter from
Mr. Noblo to the committee :
I have said, aud now repeat that I
am in favorof harmony in thedistrict
and will do all that can be required of
I "u""'n",c' l" " "uulc "
bilin dju X am iinii, auu ouaii ui"
gently request that the Democracy of
the district shall at once call a new
Convention of the whole district to
meet at Clyde on a convenient day,
when and where a candidate for the
district shull be selected according to
tho uHgPS of the Democratic onrani
zation, who, when selected, shall be
supported by the whole district. 1
shall at the same time, and in good
faith, respectfully ak my friends to
excuse me from again becoming a
candidate at such Convention. I do
not consider myself authorizeU to do
more than this by the usages o" the
organization. I have no power to
pledge Seneca county or any other
county in the district. This can only
bo done by their representatives or
delecatw duly appointed for that pur-
pee; but with assurance that this
proposition will heal all the unfortu
nate differences existing in the district
I will heartilv support and sustain
whatever this new Convention shall
do. I a n, respectfully,
W. P. NOBLE.
Mr. Noble's proposition was rejected
and Hobert Lee, of Crestline, was put
in nomination in Congress,
' We hope our friends in the gallant
Ninth will yet reconcile all differences
and save tho district fromi tho dis
grace of being Icpresented in Congress
by Bill Gibson.
Mr. Lawson Challanged to discuss with
The Salem Republican, published
ln jU(ig0 Ambler's own town, and ed-
ited by J. K. Rukenbrod, Chairman
of tho Republican Congressional Ex
ecutive Committee of tho 17th Dis
trict, in its issue of August 19th, con
tained the following challange to Mr.
Lawson to discuss the political ques
tions of the day with Mr. Ambler :
How Now. We understood from
good Democrat, before the Congres
Slonai tonveillIOii, I .at ii 'i ,,u"
wpre nominated. Ambler would re
ceive a challange to stump the district
with him. and discuss the ques
tions at issue from the same stand.
How with Lawson? fleis a cham-
rm.rflcv. and a reDresenta-
ft man of the oar'tv. Shall Ambler
tivo man of the party. Shall Ambler
have the pleasure of meeting him in
On last Saturday Mr, Lawson read
the above for the first time, and that
evening he said in Kilgore Hall,
reported In the Gazette on last Monday
Mr. Lawson announced at the meet
ing on Saturday night that the lie-
publican papers of this district had
cnaiiangeu nun iouiscuss we buliwi
ifsues of the day with his opponent,
.inriw Ambler, but he made no dial-
langus. He had meetings appointed
tills county, and if Judge Ambler
to debate with him he was
prepared to meet him at those meet-
incs or in Steubenville next Saturday
ni?ht. as he understood the Judge had
an appointment on that night in this
As this banter for discussion
L-- .u,. ri,.. ij.-.k.
lican Congres-ional Committee
this district, in his paper, the Salem
Republican, we hope the Judee will
not back down from what his friend
Rukenbrod proposes, but meet Mr.
Lawson in discussion at his appoint
ments in this couuty. llukenbroa,
the n -
made for him
On yesterday (Thursday) morning
we received the following letter from
SALEM, August 26, 1868.
C. N. Allen, Esq., Dear Sir.
The Daily Gazette of the 2oth Inst.,
before me, in which you state that
Lawson would be pleased to meet
Ambler on Saturday evening, next
Steubenville, in discussion.
The meeting arraujred there at
time is not under Judge Ambler's
control, having been appointed
davs asro or more, without reference
to a discussion.
But I am nevertheless, authorized
by Mr. Ambler to say that if a mutu
al arrangement can be eflected
the friends of Mr. Lawson
his own, he would be very elad
meet Mr. L. on the stand at the
Judge Ambler has written such
statement to his friends in Steuben
ville. . Hoping satisfactory arrange
ments will be made.
I Remain Truly Yours,
J. K. RUKENBROD.
The Carroll Free Press, another
gan of Judge Ambler's, thus reiter
ates Mr. Rukeabrod's challenge to
Lawson to discuss with Judge Ambler:
Bring Him Out. Before the dem
ocratic cong:essional convention,
declared that if McCook was nomin
ated, Judge Ambler; would receive
challenge to stump the District
him, and discuss the questions at
from the stanti. now wun iawson
He is a champion of Democracy,
a representative man ot the party.
Shall Amoier nave uie pleasure
meeting him in debate? Occasionally
we hear a democrat of our town
ting about the Union party being
by excitement, xnai tney never
t discuss the issues fairly.
Here is a chance ror fairly presenttng
the issue. No more prating
The Steubenville Herald, atiOthei
republican paper printed in this
in its issueof lust Saturday
... D. T. Lawson, the Democratic
who is announced to address
Democrats at Kilgore Hall this
' has been invited to meet
Judge in discussion, through various
public journals of the District,
l'.sils to respond.
We are authorized to say that
Lawson, the challenged party, is
to discuss with Judge Ambler
next Saturday night the polittcal
questions of the day ? II Judge
wishes a discussion with
La vson (who he challenged through
his friend, Mr. Rukenbrod,) he
have such a discussion on to-morrow
(Saturday) night, if his "friends
Steubenville" that he has written
choose to call at this office and
the necessary arrangements for
The New Orleans Times says
commercial fags are at half mast,
memory of departed business.
A man never haa the least difficulty
in finding a devoted friend,
when he needs one.
Taxpayers, The radicals say
must continue to be taxed to pay
Bondholders gold interest in
bonds. Why not change it
to greenbacks on which we pay
interest ? If you want it so, YotxW.
The Bondholder—The Parable of The
The following is a translation of an
article which recently appeared In
the Chk-jigo Union, couched in scrip
tural language, and affording an apt
illustration of the position of the
bondholders to the people.
"Ami be taught the people and
spake unto them a parable :"
In the paradise of Uie bondholder
it Is as with the man who borrowed
from a friend $10,000 in gold.
But when the war came, and the
chief council at Wasgington declared
that debt sho'd be paid in greenbacks,
he went one day and bought with his
$10,000 in gold $25,000 in greenbacks.
And he took therefrom $10,000, and
went to his friend and said, "Here,
my friend, take what I owe thee."
But the other said, "I loaned thee
gold, and thou should'st repay me in
"Unbeliever," cried the other,
"read this ; 'This note is a legal ten
der for all debts, private and public,
etc' I, as a loyal man, show myself
willing and obedient to the command
of" the chief council. Thou wilt re
sist tue laws of the land. Thou art
a copperhead and a traitor. Here,
take that which is thine own, and go
Aud, as the loyal man would not
bury his pound, he went and bought
nim with theremaining $15,000,wbich
he had honorably earned by this
loyal trade, United States five-twenty
bonds, which netted him an income
of $900 in gold, or $2,500 in the money
of the land, about 15 per cent. "And
he clad himself in purple raiments."
And when he wished to increase
his talents, he deposited his bonds in
Washington ; and it came to pass
that he received permission (o take
from the people many thousands of
dollars more every year, because
license was given him to issue na
Uonal bauk notes at usury.
"For I say unto you, that unto
every one which hath, shall be given;
and from him that hath not, even
that which he hath shall be taken
away from him."
Then spoke the chief council :
"This loyal fellow shall be tree from
all taxes and assessments."
"And," criea the nepuoncan con
vention at Chicago, "Laborers
taxpayers, be honorable honorable
honorable ! Pay this loyal man, who
is i n need, with gold gold gold !
[From the New York Democrat.]
The Republican party has been
power eight years, and not one bless
ing has followed its administration.
all the evils in the country. It abol
ished no evils, but inaugurated and
sustained a thousand bitter curses.
was the Republican party that saw
ht to override a law and a constitu
tional guarantee simply because it
not please people of N ew England
audlother parts of the North.
It promised to guard the press ;
upnoiu me ireeuom oi speecn :
abolish an aristocracy conflicting with
tne interests of labor in the North ;
i iosch uie cjvpcuaCT oi uuverumeni
I to better protect industry. The Re-
publican party promised well, but
J history, infamies, corruptions.extrav
in j agancies, misrules, usurpations, yen
wished I ialities, murderiugs, tyrannies,
disregard of promises made, of rights
of States and people, give the lie
every promise it ver made.
j The abolition of slavery the great
object oi tne war it was sam should
benefit the negro, but it has not.
I Than U'O wpr toll! thA U7r n?oa i-i.-
iioeiaLe we uft;iu j uui lucts proved
otherwise. Then we were told
was not the object of the administra
tion to interlere with the rights of
States, but lor years the power of
administration has been used so crush
out States and people, worth and
honesty and intelligence
from the Southern States as near,
dear, as much a part and portion
our country, now as ever.
The Republican party has heaped
taxes upon the poor.
It has lettered industry.
It has stagnated enterprise.
It has exempted a created and
aristocracy irom taxation.
It has given money to the rich
rags to the poor,
it has mortgaged every young
in the country to pay a debt the young
men never created.
It robs the poor, who labor to
the rich who toil not, but
fare like princes every day.
It taxes the soldiers who fought
save the Union, aud exempt the
who turned the blood of patri
otism into wealth for his private
It makes the negroes more than
equal oi tne white foreicrner
comes here, and compels the
men who come here to;escape oppres
sion, to support the netrro ln idleness.
It entices poor men here from
countries under the plea of promise
of equal taxation and escapement
from an aristocracy, and theu
them to pay more than their share
taxes, and support a more miamous
aristocracy than ever was created
any country before.
11 any one can point to a blessing
tne Republican party has brought
us, we wish to know what it is,
will give full crtdit. Who can
Answered. The Montgomery
Sentinel (Rad.) perpetrates the
And are we yet alive?
And do we still rebel ?
It Is only by amazing grace
That we are out of hell.
And the Eulaula News responds
It is "amazing grace" we know,
That keeps u out ot there
But Rads are pack'd so thick
There is no room to spare.
The wealthy Jews are holding
meetings in various places to
nounce Grant's persecution of
race. It turns out that the object
Grant's order banishing the
from their homes, was to give
father a certain monopoly of trade.
But the Jews are after him
something sharper than a stick.
The Radicals in Congress say
ahail rule ten States of the American
Union, and that a nigger's vote
good as yours.
Is that right? Answer at the
A Mr. Woodwortu is the
Republican candidate for Congress
the Nineteenth District, against
field. We trust he will be as success
ful as General Cary was last fall
Vote to abolish gold interest
bondholders, bureaus for worthless
negroes, and the. Jacobin party
place and power. Vote the
ticket and save the
Every township in Stark
should have a Seymour and
Club in active operation. There
no time to lose. We are only a
Weeks from election. Orfanlae.at
i k i
NO Democrat Can disP.harCO his I
Whole duty In this crisis until he has By
enrolled himself in a nomnemtio from
rinh A thnr. . uemocreut
viuo. a inorough organization Of offer
the Democratic narfw ia .ll that la of
needed to secure Piwn-ui; c.
cess. We have truth, justice and right
on our side" and "bv thU sio-n will the
In the National Know Nothine
Convention held in Philadelphia in
June. 1855, we find the following list
nf rfnrpfntnti vaa fW- T .3 : . I
1 -'vw iiuiu luuiaua; I . '
"Indiana Wm. Comstock. Godlove
S. Orth, iSchcyleb Colfax-
j. xaarvey, r . u. Allen. James 11. M.
nrjani, xnos. u. Slaughter."
Tho Committee on Platform was as
"Gibson, of 111.: SCoLFAX-a
orindiana; ljyons of New York; Gam
rie, oi .Missouri: coibv. of JNew
Hampshire; Ottle, of Indiana: Sperry
of Counecticnt; Ellis, of District of
Colombia; L. Foster, of Mass.: Bat
tling, of Virginia; Deshler. of New
Jersey; Picard, of Indiana; Mathews,
Mr. Colfax is understood to deny
that he was a member of the Know-
Senator Sherman said in his late I
speech at Hillsboro, that the great
issue before the people was the. Con
gressional plan of Reconstruction.
H did not state the basis principle of
the Reconstruction policy. It is the
Negro negroes in office and negroes
out of office negroes at the Bar and
negroes in the jury box negroes at
the noils and white men disfranchis
ed. This is what reconstruction
means. Nice isn't it ?
Polls of election are to be held
open only to six o'clock, p. m. The
announcement in the papers that the
time for closing was extended to seven,
turns out to be premature. There was
a bill before the Legislature to that
effect, but it did not pass.
The New York lierald, hitherto
an ardent advocate of Grant's election
predicts the success of the Greenback
principle, and warns the bondholders
to prepare for defeat.
TTENTION RESCUE No. 1.
You are hereby notified to meet at your
Engine, Monse, Monday Evening, Sept.
7th. 1868. at 7 o'clock P. M., br the annual
election of omcers for the ensuing year.
ay oruer or
R. A. DUNBAR, Foreman.
E. M. Grimes, Sec'y.
A TTENTION ! WASHINGTON
xl No. 2.
"You are hereby notified to meet at your
Engine House, on Monday Evening.
September 7th, 1868, at 7 o'clock P. M for
tne annual election oi omcora ror tne en
suing year. By order of
t;. uiiBKLii, uapu -Joe.
TTENTION STARK No. 3.
"You are hereby notified to meet at your
Engine House, on Monday evening, wep.
t h, 1868, at7 o'clock P. M-, for the annu
al election of officers for the ensuing year.
Bv order or
F. J. LINDEMAN, Foreman.
Warranted to remove all desire for To
bacco. This great remedy is an excellent
appetizer; It purifies the blood, invigor
ates the system possesses great nourish
ing and strengthening power, enables the
stomach to digest the heartiest food,
makes sleep refreshing, and establishes
robust health. Smokers and chewera for
sixty years cured. Price, Fifty Cents per
box, post free. A treatise on the injuri
ous etl'euts of Tobacco, with lists of refer
ences, testimonials, Sc, sent free. Agents
wanted. Addjesa lit. x. it. aiibuh.
ersey City, N. J. Bept2m3
JICENSED BY THE
UNITED STATES AUTHORITY.
S. C. THOMPSON A CO'S
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE OF
Silks. Shawls, Dres9 Goods, Linen
Uooas, Linens, Dry oooas, tjoi
tons, Fancy Goods, Albums,
Bibles, Silver Plated Ware,
Cutlery, Watches, Sew
ing Machines, Ac.
These articles to be sold at tho uniform price of
ONE DOLLAR EACH,
id! not to be paid fot nntll you know .what 70a
are u receive.
Th most popular and econemleal method of do-
mg UDDincu in ine coiwut. -Br
Patronizing ihia aale too have a chance to
exchange Tour gooda.
The Smallest Article sold for ONE
DOLLAR can be exchanged lor a
Silver Plated, Five Bottled
Revolving Castor, or your
Choice of a large variety
of other articles upon
TERMS TO AGENTS.
CertlflcatM fflvinr a comnlvta dtacriDtlon of I
arlictea to be aold for one Ouo Dollar, wiU be sold
For a Club of Thirty, and $3,00.
The person tending it can have their choice of
tne following articles as tneir eonnnlselon: xo Yds
cotton cloth. Harris Cloth Pants Pattern. Splendid
Bowie E.Qire, Lancaslor ljullt. Engraved Suve
Spoon H ulder. Pair Ladies' extra quality Cloth
Boots. Print Drees Pattern. Worsted Breakfast
shawl. White Linen Table Cloth, ret of ateel
bladed Kniver and Porks, aet of Silver Platrd
Forxs. Embossed Table Spread EUijant Engraved
Silver Plated tiold Lined Ooblet. Violin and Bow.
Fancy Dre Pattern. Klrsnut Silk Beaded Para
sol, 100 plctnre Morocco Photograph Albums, Rle-
ant ivory Uumliea spangled Mix Fan, sxin, iv
ies' Morocco Shopping Bag. Honeycomb Qailt,
Ainamora yniit, tauies' Bona uia caiuorni
Diamond King, Gent's Plain or Engraved Gol
King, (to carets fine.) Ladies' Solid Black V7i
nut Writing Dusk, Ladles' Fancy Black Walnut
Work Box" Cott.ige Clock, one doxen Ladlee" Lin
en Mandkerchieti. extra quality. 01 one dozen
Gents Linen Banskcrchiefs.
For a Club of Sixty, and fG.OO
One of the fulls wing articles: 40 yards Sheeting,
Harris Cloth Pouts and Vest Pattern, ra.r Honey
comb Oiiit. Cylinder Watch, Double Barrel Kine
PiBtol, Fancy Cassimere Drees Pattern, Thibet
Shawl, Three Tarda Double Width Waterproof
Cloaking, Four Yds. Wool Frocking, Set of Lace
Cnrtaine, Ladies' Double Wool Shawl. Silver Pla
ted Card Basket, Splendid Ecgraved Silver Plated
Ice Pitcher. Engraved Silver Plated Teapot. 100
picture Turkey Morocco Photo-aph Album, Lan
cater Otiilt. Alpacca Drees 1'attern, Engraved
Silver Plated six-bottled Revolving r-astor, Pair
Gtint's Calf Boots, Splendiil Balmoral bkirt. Set of
ivory llandlra h.nives, witn Oliver riateo rorns.
Rosewood Frame Hrass Alarm Clock. Pair of all
Wool Blankets, Splendid Beaded and Lined Silk
Parasol, Ladies' Spleudid Morocco Traveling Bag,
Pair of Alhambra Onilts, Thirty Yarda Print er a
For a Club of One Hundred, and $10
OO Yarda Sh eting, Fancy Cashmere Coat, Pants
and Vest Pattern, extra quality. Engraved 8ilver
Plated Six Bottled Revolving Castor, with Cut
Olass Bottles, Pair Splendid Rose Blankets, Splen
did Kugraved Silver-Plated Tea Set, (three piecca
Sugar Bowl, Tea Pot and Creamer,) bilver Plated
Cake Barker, Fancy Plaid Wool Long Shawl,
Twenty-uve Yards Henip Carpeting. Splendid Vi
olin and Bow, English Barage Shawl, Splendid
Alpacca Dress Pattern, bilver Hunting Caed
Watch, Spltndid Bible with legaut Steel Engra
xiogs. Family Record and Photograph Page, Pop
lin Dress Psttern, Esgraved Silver Placed Ice
Pitchers, Splendid Beaver Cloak Pattern, Sharp's
Revolver. Splendid Accordeou, Music Box, One
Pair Fine Dsrugnk Table Cover with one dozen
Dinner Napkins to match,
nr Commix Ions for Larger Clubs ln Proportion.
Agents will please take notice of this.
send names, but number your claos from oue to
ward. Make your letters short and plain as possible.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
WBe suse and send Haney by Registered Let
ter, when possible. In some instances ceuulry
Postmasters have refused to forward letters to us.
supposing that our business cume under the law
against Lotteries, Gift Enterprises, Ac , although
it has been over and over declared lawfn1 by the
legal authorities. This action la Instigated by the
jealousy of Country Merchant, ln case any post
master ebould again deciiice to forward letters
fcKND BY iiPKtSS.
We eannot bo responsible for money lost, unlets
tome precaution are taken to secure it safety.
SEND FOR CIKCULAfiS. Sand jour address
ia fail Town, Cvuuty and Statu,
8, 0. THOMPSON CO.,
It federal cuetl, Boston, Xau,
rmnrrr A.bla. .Tnhn Ttaff.
virtue ofan alias vendiexponas issued
the court of common plena of Stark
county, Ohio, aud to me directed I will
for sale by public out cry at the door
the court house (Harter'a block) in the
of Canton, on
Siturday, the 3d day of October, 18G8,
following described rem estate simaie
said county, to wit: The e.ist half or
number 91 in the town of Rochester,
Sale to commence at one o'clock P. M.
cash. K. A. DUNBAR, .
Samuel Irwin vs. Geo. 8. Ilurford et al.
By virtue of on order to sell issued from
court or common pieas oi mars coun-
Ohio, and to me directed 1 win oner ior
by public out cry at the door of the
house (Harter'a block) in the ciiy of
Saturday, the 3d day of October, 1868.
following described real estate 1m said
county, to wit: Lot H, in Louis Schajl'er's
andijion to the city of Canton, with the
R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
In pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of Stark couuty, Ohio, I will offer
forsale, on the premises.
On Saturday, October 3d, 1868,
two o'clock P. M. the following dos
scribed real estate of John Essick, dee'd,
wit: Lot number thirty three in the
town or Iew a rauklin, in said county,
Terms of Sale One-third of the pur
chase money in band, and the residue in
equal annual layments, with inter
est from the day of sale the payments to
secured by mortgage on tlio preuiisos.
JAMES SL.ENTZ. Adm'r.
Notice is hereby Riven that the under
signed has been duly appointed aud qual
ified as Executor of the last aud teuta'-
meat of John Wolf, deceased.
J. S. WOLF.
LOST ! By the subscriber, between
Canton aud Uarlville, ou or about the
11th inst., a small pocket memorandum
Oook containing accounts against laruriers
Lake and Plain. It is valuable to the
undersigned, and worthless to any one
else. A liberal reward will be puid
finding and returning the same to theuu-
uenugnea at vairo, stars: countv, unio.
Aug. 26. 18tSw3
Oook S to ve I
Remember that the only place in Can
Little's Improved Cook Stove
Is kept for sale, is at
l. IIurfoed's Tin and Stove Store,
Empire Block, East Tus. Street.
All Stoves warranted. It is tho
Cook Stove In use. Call and examine.
Canton, Aug. 26, 1868tf
JJ N D E B T A K E B 8 !
PRINCE fc HAAS,
Undertakers, East Tuscarawas Street,
We continue the undertaking business,
in all its branches i i the New Koom
the old stand above Bernhart fc Co'a
store, aud opposite Biechele's
Wholesale Grocery store.
We have constantly on hand '
Rosewood, Mahogany, & all kinds
Fisk'a Metallic Cases
and Casquets !
Miller's Pat. Carbonized Burial
These are impervious and indestructi
ble and do not corrode or decay, and
light and well finished
Are always ia readiness, and prompt
proper attention invariably given.
-Orders may be left at our
or with Bernhard fe Co., or at the
of Mr. Wm. Prince.
PRINCE & HAAS.
Canton. Aujr 25. lSKStf
Notice ia hereby given that on the
of August, IStoS. the undersigned was
the guardian ot Ukobok W.
who has become imbecile,
that, beneetorlh, no person shall ileul
him for anything whatever ; that all
having claims against him must
them to said guardian, aud that
ments of money to him, hereafter, will
disregarded, as be is no Ioniser able
make contracts or do business himself.
Notice is hereby given that a
was this da filed in the Clerk's oflice
the court of i-ouumoa pleas within and
the county of Slarlt and State of Ohio,
leging that it would conduce to the
eral interests and convenience of the
pie of Navarre. In said county, if a
40 feet in width, ruuning east and
between lots numbers 31 and 35 in
first addition to said town,
lots numbers 39 and 40 in YVetmore's
addition to said town; and an
20 feet in width, running north and
between said lots and additions, were
; and praying ttiat said street
alley may, accordingly, be vacated.
petition will be for hearing at the Novem
ber term, 1838, of said court.
GEO. W. RAFF,
Att'y for Petitioners.
Aug. 19, 186Sw6
1) (From Dispensatory of the Vnited States.)
DIOSMA CKKNATA nUCHU LEAVES.
Properties. Their order i seronjr, diffusive,
somewhat aromatic, their taste bitterish, and
Medical Properties and Usee. Baehn leaves
gently stimulant with a peculiar tendency
"Urinary Organs. -
They are given in complaints of the Urinary
such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the
der Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and
Disease of the Prostrate Gland, and Retention
Incontinence of Urine, from a loss of tone
parts concerned if its evaluation The reined
also been recommended in Dyspepsia.
Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy.
Hclmnold's Extract of Buchu is used by
from the ages of IS to 26, and from SS to 66,
the decline or change ol life; after connnemeut.
Lbor Painei Bed-Wetting in children.
In the affections pecul iar to females, tie
Buchu 1b nnequaled by any other remedy,
Chlorosis, or Ketention. Irregniarlty, Painfaluess
or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
01 Schirrous Stau ol the Uterus, Leueorrbea,
Diseases of the Bladder. Kidneys, Grvvel
Dropfical Swellings This medicine increases
power of Digestion, and excites the Absorbents
11,10 healthy action, by which the Watery or
depotitioua, aud all unnatural
menu are reduced, as well a pain ar d
Helmbold's Extract Buchu has cured every
of Diabetea. in whlcl it has boen given.
of the Neck, of the Bladder, and InQsmmation
the Kifineye, Ulceration of the Kidneys and
Ketention of Urine, Diseases of the
Gland, Moue ln the Bladder, Calculus,
Brick-Dust Deposit, and Mucus or Milky DUchargt;
and for enfeebled and delicate constitutions,
both sexes, attended with the following
to Exertion. Loss ot Power,
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing. Weak
lremoling. Horror of Dixeaee, Wakefulness.
of Vision, Pain the Back, Hot Hands.
of the Body, Dryness of the skin, Eruption
the Face, Pallid Countenance, Universal
of the Mnscular System, Ac.
Uelmbolds Extract Buchu is Diuretic aud
and curee all Diseases arising from
of dissipation, excesses and imprudencea
life, impurities ot the Blood. Ac , auperfceding
iu affections for which H is used,
Gonen hoea. Gleet of long standing, aud
Affection in these diseases, tuied in
with Helmbold's Rosa Wash.
Cold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere.
Beware or connti-rfeils. Ask for Helmbold's
Taxe no other. Price $1.25 per bottlt , or 6
f ir $6-60. Delivered to any address.
symptom in all commnnicatlon.
Aadreea H. T. HELM BOLD, 694 Bboadway,
None are genuine unless done up iu steel
graved wrapper, with a lac-simile of my
Warehouse, and signed.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Geo- W. Honshaw vs. William J. Nelson.
By virtue of a fi. la. iunui'd from the
court of common pious of Stark cocmy, i
Ohio, aud to me directed I will offer for
sale by public outcry at the mill, three
miles nnrti of the citv of C'miton, known
as "xvelson's Mil!," en
Saturday, the 2ith day of August, '68,
the following described personal proper.y
up wit : unp oay m:ire ana one Dny norse.
Sale at 10 o'clock u: in. Terms, cash.
R. A. hUNBAK. Sheriff.
Greiner, Steel & Co. vs. Asa W. Jackson
at al. ...
By virtue of a li. fa. issued from the
court of common picas of Stcrk county,
Ohio, and to me directed, I will oUer for
sale bv public outcry at tho door of the
court house (Uartor's block) in the city of
v anion, on
Saturday, the 19th day of Sept., 18G8,
the following described real estate in said
countv to wii: Lot number ninety-six (96)
in Lam burn's addition to the town of
Kale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M.
R. A. DUNBAR. Sheriff.
Louise Menegay vs. Victor Monegay et.al.
By virtue of .an rcler to sell issued from
the court of common pious of Stark couuty
Ohio, and to me direcled. I will offer for
s.tle by public out cry at the door of the
court house (llurtor's block) in the city of
Saturday, the lOtli day of September,
the following Oosci ibe.I real estnle situate
In sid county, to wit : Th" south half of
the north west quarter se.-tion 29, town
ship 19 rniie 7 ; :il.i two acres, prt of
toe south west quarter of said section, ns
conveyed by IVter IJ.-lnire to Joseph
Menpgiiy, i.iii by s-.ud Joseph to suid de
ceased ; also live acres of land, beins the
east part of a Ir.ict of 2!H ncres being off
th so ill h siile of the west half of section
0. township 10, r;jiK 7, lining niso t!ie
Indisposition Loss of
suae that wad sold by Mathias Swibart,
ttuuvr 01 tn estate ot tsol. loinbaiiKb, iie
cused, to Joseph Menegay, by deed da
ted July lOtli, ISLl'J, by deed recorded in
Book "W," page lit of tho real estate re
cords of said county, a road being re
ei ved for tlio oainion usage of all the
proprietors of said north halt' 01 said sec
tion 29, and of the -9i acres tract along
the east boundary line of saii south half
of said north west quarter, aud along the
southern boundary lino of said tract
live acres, one half of said road being on
the land aforesaid. Tlie latd aforesaid
being the same conveyed by Joseph Men
egay to said deceased by deed recorded
volume 31. pages 254 aud 5 of tho records
in the oluceol tlie recorder of said Siark
county. Alo the snuln half of the north
half of the north west quarter ot section
29, in township 19, range 7, and bounded
follows : Beginning at the north west cor
ner of said quarter; thonce oast alonf.
section lino 15 S5-100 chains to a stone;
thence south one chain to a stone; thence
east five" chains to a stone ; thence
north one chain to a slone; thence
29 27-100 chains to a post; thenoe south
20 35J-100 chains to a post; thence west
40 54-100 chains to a p.isl; thence north
20 39-100 chains along the section line
the place of beginning, containing lorty
aires more or less, with a road located
thereon, beginning at north west corner
of the same, along the western line of
grave yard 15 35-100 chains one-half
said road being on tho land aforesaid-
recorded volume 42, page 44.
Also a part of the south east quarter
section 29, township and range aforesaid,
beginning lor the same 3 50-100 chains
south of the centre post of said section;
theue north 78 east ten chains to. a
thence south 9 east ten chains to a
thence south 78 west eleven chains
tifty links to a post on tho west boundary
of suid quarter section; tbence north
said boundary line ten chains and clevtu
links to the place of boainnintr. contain
ing 10 and 67-100 acres more or less, as
scribed by deed recorded, in volume
page 235 of said recoi ds. .
Also a tract of nine acres, being part
the north east part of the north half
the north west quarter of section 29,
said township and range, bounded as
lows, to wit: Beginning at the south
corner ot a tract of 8 10-100 acres hereto
fore conveyed by Joseph Monegay
Simon Menegay by deed dated May
1S49. tecorded in volume 49 page 317-18
the deed records of said Stark county
which reference' niav be had for a
particular description thereof);
Bonth so far as that, by running a
parallel with the south line of said
quarter to the east 1 ine thereof, the
will inclnde nine acrea; tlierce east
allell with the south lir:e of said half
20 4-100 chains to the eastern bounda
ry of said half quarter; thence north
tho south east corner of a tract of
and 15-100 acres, also conveyed an!
in the aforementioned deed;
went along the soath lines of said
of 12 15-100 and 8 10-100 acres,
chains and four links to the place of
: see deed, vol. 55, page 99 of
records. Also the eas;t hai:" of the
east qunrter ol scctiou number
townsiiip 19, range 7, containing
Also, 5-art ol the south east quarter
section twtniy-nine 29, towushlp
range 7, bounded ns follows : Beginning
at a stone standing in the west line
suid quarter, being also the .south
corner of a tract of about ten acres in
same quarter, formerly conveyed by
Bowers tosaid Menegay; thence
78 east along the line of "said Menegay
tract, 11 50 100 chums to a stone, corner
a tract 01 laud conveyed to Francis
by Stephen aud Catharine
tlienoe south along tlie lino of raid
Menegny s tract 14 aJO-lOO chains
stone; theme south 83i west 10 17-100
chains to a stone in tlie west lins of
quarter; thence north along the west
of said quarter!:! 54-100 chains to the
of beginning, containing 14 02 100
being the west h ilf of a certain tract
about thirty acres heretofore conveyed
Friday to Anthony Cuuot, the
having been conveyed to said deceased
by deed recorded iu volume 09, page
the deed records of said Siark
Ohio, subject to the dower estate of
D'Ostraphe, said dower being
acres out of the south west xuuiter
section 29; and alo two acres, being
part of the south half of the north
quarter of section i-9, and not including
crops now growing.
Sale;o commence nt 1 o'clock p.
Terms One-third cash, and the
in two equal annual payments wiih
from day of sale, secured by
ou the premises.
ii. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
Healed bids will be received at the
olnco until uuou, on Monday,
7th, 18t5H for furnialiiUB the
oniees. court house and jail with coal
tho ensuing year.
n. C. ELLISOX.
Canton, Aug. 19w3
VJOTICE is hereby ariven that
J. 'I undersigned hns been duly appointed
and qualified as Kxet utor of Jacob
late of Stark cou my, Ohio, deceased.
Uev. L.OUIS HOFFKR.
M. Oilmer, Agent.
Louisville, Awg. 12. !SfiSw3
P O R
-ONB OP TH E
BEST FARMS IN STARK COUNTY,
Sixtj and Two-thirdd Acres,
Situated tiro miles west of Berlin, on
road to Fulton, and on the cross road
from Masillon to Middlebury
nine miles from Canton. Forty acres
in a good state of cultivation, the
in timber laud.
This farm is in every partfcular
Fruit of eveiy description raised
the plnoo. The buildiuiis and water
ities good. Possession given at oncb
sold belore the tirstof October next.
For terms aud further information
of the undersigned-
beldkn & Mckinley,
Attorney at Law.
Canton, Aug. 5, liOSU'
paiba The undersigtied liavinc disposed of
interest in the lirm of Hec-kman fc
begs leave to inform her iriends and
public. Hint she is now receiving an
nection NEW STOCK OF MILLINERY,
and is prepared to exwili in this line
wiin neatness uu.1 dispatch. She hopi-s
to receive a continuation of the favors
prices very moderate., ami satisfaction
g Earn n teed.
Rooms on East Tuscar.-i wns street, one
door west of the American Hotel.
Mrs. J. B. CLUFF.
Canton, May 20, 1808-tf
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id at ouce agreeable,
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with the gloss aud
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Thiu hair is thick
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ness often, though uot always, cured
by its use. Nothiug can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as ramain can be raved for
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of fouling the hair with a paMy pedi
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AVGr'S Agile CllFe,
"or Diseases of tho Threat and Lungs,
u.a Al Ocrnghs, Colds, "Whoopinz
Oough, uronohitxa, Asthma,
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i.ic urni'tuiies subject to colds and coughs, all
. liouM be provided with Uiis antidote for Uiem.
" Al'linii(rh settled Cotisumption is thought in-cn;-;ib:".
Hill great numbers of cases where uie dit
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!injrrt and l'u'Mc SpealierB Cud great prO
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cured bv it.
j;:-oc!iltis is generally cured hy taking- the Jpl
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n tt publish the certificates of them here, or do more
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without a parallel In the history or Ague medicine.
o-.n pride is gratilie.1 by the aV-knowWlgmenU we
Vcr Fever and Asue, Intermittent Tevar,
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?eivc of the ratliml ?ures effected in obstinate
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tected hy taking the AiUK CURB daily.
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of the Iiver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulating
tin livor into healthy actiTirr.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it ia
an excellent reinedv, produeinr many truly re
mnrkiihle cure, where other medicines nad failed.
Prepared by Ir. .T. C. Ayer A Co., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold
uil round the world.
PRICE, $1.00 MR BQTTLK.
cis to a
gag I . - . A
Tlio Great New-England Secsedy!
rn. .:. w. roi.-VNirs
WHITE FINE C'QSIPOUNI)
IS now offered to the iu'V-icUmI throughout, the
country, after hr.v in keen proved by the ttt
of thirteen years in the ?ww- Kui;laud Htnte,
where its merits have become us well ki:own tu the
tree from which, in purt, it deprives its v t:us.
THE WHITE PKJE COMPOUND
Sore Throat. Colds, Courjhs, Diphtheria,
Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pul
monary Affections generally. It it
a Remarkable Remedy for Kidney
Complaints, Diabetes, DIETicu;:
of Voiding Urine, Bleeding
from tho Kidneys and Blad
der, Grave', end Vrxv
thr fcttt'jn Jfrtmi
llOSTIIM. .1r.i. -0, IW0.
"Poland's Wiiitk PiMir co?ir .:sn. An
having givea it a tiiaroi:gli trial. t-uii cimrMi-wily
recommend PolamVi While l'inr Compound l a
very valuable article fjr r.it. ci:rc oi cold, cuu'ts,
and pulmonic coroplniutB Keuvrutly. I" cvcrtl
cases, we have known it to give prompt relief when
all other remedies whicli liud been tiicil tr.d failed.
It is an article, which-, Ui a cli:im:e i promotive of
suddenand serere cold-as it that f New i:n?:.uid.
ousht to be in- cvry family; and w-j ar- .in- iha-
thoe who onec obtain it, and iri :l u ir trial. -.Ui
not thereafter be v.-illius tn ti- wit'i.mt it.
A Vai.L'.vui.i-: Mur. t inv. -. W.:in.'
Pine C'omp mini, adv. i ti.ed in nt.-e.dum..,
ees.sful attempt to combine and : plly tue i.-..
virluea of tlie While lim- -m U 'i :.t--ougldy
tested by penpie i i ' 'i . ei;y an i
and tlie proprift.-t- ita.. i . .-.ii.'.i )nials to i:
from perstms well known lo out" v i;".ent..
uiunicud Us fiat :n a. I v n u
which it Is siTuptM. I- ' - "
ifiits. -V. V.
The Ji7i.'; - in.- f ... .nt.! i n
part oT th-.- T.ilu-.'i . u.i '.' .
:.! i 1
quiro of her
c. u.i .u; v
Puts -m the bst Tinlloof.
QOLTNTRY MERCHANTS AND
FARMERS Take notice that the liarg
est, Best A Cueapost stock of Hand Rakes
m this !!utity fcr sale, wholesale and re
II E E M P I It 1
TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY,
2( Pullon Street, Xcw York,
DEVILLE fc SPE1DEL,
East Tpscarawas Street, Cantom, O.,
As their Agents; and tnorderto meet tho
wants of this coiumunMy, have selected
th undermentioned kindsof their Stock,
which are to be sold at Wholesale Prices,
the same us the Company sell them in
New York. We guarantee all goods sold
by us to fcive entire satisfaction.
Oolong-, Black, 80, 00, best $1.00
Mixed, Green and Black, SO, 90,
$1,(10 per lb.
Yonnc Hyson, 90c, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.25 per lb.
Old Hyson, 90c, 1.00, 1.10, best 1.25
Uncolored Japan, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.25 per lb.
English Breakfast, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.20 per lb.
English Breakfast Coffee, 25c pet lb.
Empire Java Coffee, 30c. per lb.
Gronnd Coffee, 20c. 30c. 40c. per lb.
Hotels, Saloons. Boarding House Keep
ers and Families who use large quantities,
can effect a great saving by using our
ENGLISH BREAKFAST & DINNER
COFFEE which we will sell at the low
price of 25c. per pound. It is particularly
recommended, and sure to give perfect
Special attention is invited to
THE EMPIRE TEA CO'S
LONG ARM CHOP,
Of Black Tea with Green Flavor,
It has long been the study of Tea Pro
ducers auu Tasters to procure among the
many varieties imported too numerous
to mention Black Tea with Green Flavor
that would suit nearly every taste, and
become a standard article.
The Empire Tea Company feel convino
ad they have at length discovered this
long sought lor quality in their
LONG ARM C. H OP,
Which is put up in pound papers, and
sold ut ?1 lio.
Kn.-Webc tm call the attention of our Pa
trons and the public generally to tn practice lately
hv rrrmin individuals, (styled companies
by liiem-e'lvce) who, bv ottering to Rive packages
ea or coffee, tempi the tncuKiuiees ana unwary
become purchaser. .'e cannot too earnestly cau
tion our friends to beware of this fraudulent meth
od of doiuy business, a1 whatever is Ol 1N away
must cvvuiwdly come from the pocket id the purchaser;
the articles belni; either e..nie worthit-sa
trash made up exprcssiy for the occasion, or
weight eonideiably thurt of the Juel quantity.
All lejts from this company are warranted pure,
and bear our trade mark.
Au. 5, lStihlt
QALL AT A. HURFORD'S
And (E.-f a LITTLE'S COOK STOVE.
'II URNS OF ALL SHAI ES
Vthe bust LuaUe and warranted, at
nnilE BEST AND MOST ECO
X NOMICAL STOVE IN USE.
little's Improved Cook Stove
For either Coal or Wood.
This popular Family Cook Stove bas
dow been brought to such a degreee of
perfection, and by actual trial boa con-rirnic-d
nil that is claimed for It. Wo can
therefore safely say it is the most per
fect stovk in uhe! ana uenes uj com
petition. as a leaner it ia unsurpassed ; ana ia
every respect it never fail to giyesatis-
We also continue at our establishment
at Empire Block, tlie
Tinninp; and Spouting Business.
We give special attention lo
SPOUTING AND ROOFING,
And we icyile our friends in want of.
such work to give us ft call. Our terms
Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware
Sold nt Wholesale and Retail. It. J.ittlh
& Bkother have tho business in charge.
Canton. Ohio. May 27th 1863.
OTTO WINTERH ALTER . .
Watch and Chronometer Maker,
Begs leave to announco to the citizens of
Canton aud vicinity that hn is
about opening a store in
No. 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK .
Having a thorough knowledge of the
business, and a largo assortment of the
Geneva & American Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Silverware!
I can secure to my customers some ad
vantages of which they will be ready ta
Special. Attention will be paid to re
pairing of all kinds, whicli will be done Ht
reasonable prices, andou short notice.
jg-Call and See! -a
OTTO W'INTERII ALTER,
No. 1 Opera House Block.
CilEAPKlt Til AN EVER AT TUB
ENQUIRER OFFICE, CINCINNATI, O.
Send for a list of Prices and Sines.
Pendleton's "Greenback" Speech,
In pamphlet form, nt
Per hundred, $ i 0(1
" live hundred, 7 50
thousand, --.13 00
HON. GEORGE II. PENDLETON,
Written by G. M. D. Bloss, Associate
Editor of the Cincinnati Euquirer.
Cheap edition. 25 cents, bound in cloth,
with speoetieo, 81 00.
Address orders fr.r the above to
C. II. BISHOP,
Enquirer Ollice, Cin., O.
July 1, 1868.
TO TIIE PRINCIPALS
Schools, Academies, Seminaries, and
Teachers of Singing.
We would respectfully call your atten
tion to our NEW SCHOOL SONU BOOK,
THE SONG CABINET,
BV C. G. ALLEN.
This Book contains
First A very carefully prepared series of
Primary Song Lessons.
Secondly A large number of new and
baautiful School Songs.
Thirdly A short Cantata TnK School,
Festivax. designed expressly for
use at Schools, Concerts and Exhi
bitions. The Publishers in presenting this work
to Principals and Teachers, would call
special attention to its superior niM-lts a
a School Song Book. The author haa
been very careful in tho selection of hia
Mosic, which is almost entirely new. and
n adapting to it apsrepriale words with
objectionable seulimeuts, whicli will
commedd in all our Schools and Seminar
The Soso Caliinet:haa boon-adopled by
th Board of Education, ns the TeZt Book,
for the Public Schools in tho city of New
Price 60 cents each. To Schools, fcc,
Lix Dollars pwr doz.
Sample Copies sent by Mail post paid
oil receipt of 50 cenU.
WILLIAM HALL A SON,
543 Broadway, N. Y.
Aug. 12, jsastf
House and Lot ou Poplar Street,
Near E. Ball & C's Works. The dwell
ing contains eight rooms arm a good cellar.
On the premise are a good stable, well,
cistern mid .ut houses with all conve-
ieuoea. Inquire ht the office of
- BALLARD, FAST A Co.
Canton, Aug. 12, 1808m2