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"Will be held at the following places
when a Dorux'ratic Club will lie
RlchviMe, Thursday Evening. Sept.
3d. Shakers Fairbanks and Lynch.
Lawrence, Friday Evening, Sept.
4th. Speakers-Fairbanks and Stall
cup. New Franklin, Saturday Evening,
Sept. 5th. Speakers Fairlmnks and
McDooald.tville, Wednesday liven
ing, Sept. 9th. Speakers Lyn h and
More announcements will be made
A practical printer wfehes to pure liase a
half or wiioi.1 Interest in a Democratic pa
periu a Democratic County, in Ohio, for which
Cash will be paid. Address 'K," Demo
crat" Office, Canton, Ohio tf.
"They made her a grave too colli and damp
For a soul ao honest and true."
If they had been wise, the dire nece.-wity
of opening the grave for one so lovely might
have been averted. Plantation Bitters, if
timely used, are sure to rescue the young
aud lovely, the middle-aged and the ailing,
from confirmed sicknestt.
Almost all disease have their begiuuing
in some slight diflk-ulty of the Stomach,
which would eventuate In Dyspepsia, Head
ache, Liver Complaiuts, Night Sweats, Con
sumption, Death. Plantation Bitters- will
prevent these premonitory symptoms, and
keep the blood pure and the health gixxL
While they lurigorate the system, they
enliven the mind. 13, 2t.
Stark County Democrat for the Campaign.
We offer tlie Stark CorsTT Democrat
from August 1st till after the Presidentia
Election In November, for the small sum of
Semi la the names. We shall publish ail
tho leading Democratic speeches, and make
our paper second to none in reverberating
Democratic thunder in favor of Whits. Su
premacy Evical Taxation', asd oxk Crit-
KKXCT FOB THK BONDHOLDER ASl TFIK Pl.OW
nOLDEtt. Let the Laborer gut as good money as the
non tax-paying Bond-holding Aristocrat.
This is the Democratic Plat form.
Magnolia Water A delightful toilet ar
ticle superior to Cologne and at half the
Persons in need of tho services of an ex
perienced Dentist should not fail to consult
Dr. Dor t, who has an experience of twelve
years practice in Canton. The substantial
character of his work is fully attested to by
hundreds of persons who have availed them
selves of his services. The varied experi
ences of so many years practice, .insure to
persons entrusting the care of their teeth to
him, the cheapest because the most dura
le operations. Ofllce near Olerley's Gro
cry and opposite Stark County Bank. 45-tf
Castos Union School. The public
school will open as usual on Jlonday Sept.
7th, 186?, at 9 o'clock A. M. Parents will
promote the good of the School and their
children by starting them to school promptly
n the first day of the term.
Particular attention is called to the Irreg
ular Department for pupils over IS years of
age, who desire to fit themselves for busi
ness, and who cannot take the regular ccursc.
This department furnishes excellent facili
ties for young ladies and gentlemen desiring
to fit themselves for teaching In district
school. For full information concerning
the Schools apply to Das'l Worlkt,
Caxton, O., Aug. 2C. 2t. Sup'L
Staxk Co. Teachers' Institute The
annual Teachers' Institute, of Stark County
will commence on Monday, Sept. 21st, at
0 o'clock A. M., and continue one week.
A determined by the Teachers' Association,
this year's Institute will be held at Massilon.
Some of the best Institute Instructors in
the State have beeu Invited and will be pres
ent to conduct the exercises. Let the Teach
er of Stark County turn out ex xasse, and
give us the most successful Institute ever
held in this County.
The monthly Examination of Teachers
wdl be held in Massilon instead of Canton,
for the month of September, on Saturday,
-Sept. 26th, at the Union School. The Au
gust Examination as usual. In Canton.
Pres't. Teachers' Ass. & Board of Exam.
Aug. 2ft. td.
Blank Books, Paper, Envelopes, Ac, for
sale at this Office. tf.
Wasted A farm to rent by an experi
enced farmer. Enquire at the Democrat
office. August 4, 168. 4t.
Send oh tub Clcbs for the Stark County
Democrat. Only forty cests a copy till
after the Presidential election.
Seymock asd Blair. We have just re
ceived from New York sample portraits of
Hobatio SEYMont and General F. P.
These likenesses wo know to be correct,
and in size and execution they are admirabl i.
Price only 25 cents each.
Kkaixr, do you wish to help tho Demo
cratic cause, and promote the election of
Seymour and Blair t If you do, get your
neighbor, who does uot take "the paper" to
subscribe for the Stark County Democrat.
It is onlr forty cents from now till after
he Presidential election. tf.
"now 111 white hairs become a fool and
jester," aid Henry IV. How ill, indeed,
they become any one when "Barrett's Vege
table Hair Restorative ' occasionally applied
will keep the hair as fresh and glossy In old
age aa In youth. To this valuable article
awarded the onlr nrize medal over all
competitors. The States Uxhkc.
It Should be every Man' Aim to Excel.
This was the aim of Dr. J. W. Poland in
compounding the great remedy, Humor
Doctor. Those who have used it in the
eases of Scrofula cheerfully give him the
meed of praise. Sold by Dr. C. J. Geiger.
The Young Men' Literary Society will
re-open on Friday ete'g, Sept.' 4, at the Y
M. C. A. rooms at early gas lighting.
full attead-ace of members and friends dc
sired. By instructions.
J. MILTON WALCUTT, Sec'y.
Tn nl.l and reliable hardware firm of
Wright A Pcanoek, Alliance, have every
thing wanted by the farmer, mechanic
artisan In great variety, and at price
low as the same article is sold anywhere
rise In the United States. We advise our
re ailers to call and louk this establishment
over when visiting Alliance. They will
astonished at it completeness aud pleased
Lwith tlx raids at which purchasers can be
MONDAY EVE., Aug. 31, 1868.
The Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Present Messrs. Wyaut, President, Andt-r-on,
Liudeman, Myers, and Saxton.
Committee .on Streets (Mr. Anderson)
that Mr. Bank had measured uround in
front of Bierce's aud Pattou's premises, and
that ha believed that the same was correct,
as papers would show, fl!,20 for filling at
Bierce's. Same committee (Mr. Myers) re
porting that he had Mr. Abbott's bill for the
survey on 4tU street, that the grade was not
suitable, and that some Chang would have
to be made of tho grade, Mr. A. agreeing to
make the change.
Tin. President read a letter from the Hill
& Adams Sewer Fipe Co., Middlclierry,
stating that Canton could not be supplied
with suitable piping before the 20th of Sept
of the size.
Mr. Pillsbury was present to give a state
ment of the fort of the survey of the streets
of the city. He stated that he was not
aware that was the object and he had there
fore not considered the matter so that ho
could make a satisfactory estimate and re
port at this time and proceeded to state
what was necessary for him to know, before
he could instruct the Council intelligently.
He recommended that if a general grade of
the city was to bo established, ho wished the
Council would give h'un the use of the notes
and profiles for Uie water works grade, as it
would not then le necessary to go over tile
same work of the streets the second time.
On motion of Mr. Schtefer, that Engineer
Pillsbury be employed by the month by the
city to establish a general grade of the city
as soon as possible, including the accepted
additions to the same. Carried.
Mr. Scha'fer stated that the city would
have to pay about $1,700 agreeably to pro
ceedings in court, as damages for the appro
priation of private property for the opening
and extension of Plum street north of North
street, and that uuless the money was paid,
the proceedings would fail.
On motion of Mr. Scha'fer, that he Com
mittee on Streets call upon the trustees of
the English Catholic Church, and ascertain
if they will agre to take city notes at C per
cent for their damages from tie opening of
said rium street, and that there be a special
meeting of the Council on Thursday even
ing next to hear from the Committee on
Streets on the matter. Carried.
G. W. Clark, $7, repairing steamer hose.
J. Abbott, j.57 87, for making surveys on
different streets Referred to Committee
On motion of Mr. Anderson, that the city
clerk issue to Mr. McKinncy, city teamster,
45 monthly for his services. Carried.
Adjourned t ill Thursday evening next at
CARRALLTON, OHIO, Aug. 28, '68.
Fin k so A. McGregor: This lone town
was enlivened by a IX-niocratic speech the
other day to which I listened w ith attention.
It was from D. T. Lawson, Esq., and he
made a good impression with his remarks.
Darker places than this have been saved and
this may be Democratic. Gospel light may
enter these dark abodes yet. When Michi
gan votes down NeirTo Suffrage and Califor
nia, Oregon, and other spots give evidence
of Democratic dawr, we may hope even for
Mr. Lawson said some things that hurt
the feelings of some of the class yclepped
Bondholders, of which there were few here.
So, to relieve their consciences Judge Tripp
made a speech in reply to Mr. Lawson. The
house was full of Republicans and about a
dozen Democrats. Several present have
sums invested in Bonds. Doctor Stockin,
who pays no tax, except for the house he
liyes in, and whose principal wealth is in a
Mr. II., a "retired merchant, who, at
the commencement of the war, invested
$5,000 in muslins and calicoes at from three
to seven cents a yard and sold them out dur
ing the war at from fifty to seventy cents,
and then invested the proceeds in uovern
I ant told that when Judge Tripp talked
about -'keeping the faith with the Bond
holder that is paying him one hundred
cents for every thirty Invested.' Mr. II.
was seen to smite with delight ; the Doctor
looked as pleased as when receiving his fee
for some of Ins patients he had put under
the ground; and Mr. II. the second, slipped
his hand into his pocket and clutched his
well-filled wallet of bonds, and longed for
the time when he could feel sure that he
could exchange them for tho yellow Boys.
You may hear from me again.
A Democratic paper says, that in order
to secure Seymour' election they must get
out every Democratic voter. Can't do it,
for some of them are in for a number of
Kadical Callicott, late speaker of the N.
. House and Collector of Brooklyn, now
in the N. 1 . Penitentiary for ten years is
not one of the Seymour men aliuded to
nor is Conover the pei jurer.who swore Mrs.
Surratt's Ufa away, and similarly situated,
one of t'lem.
Try again My-nervy!
All sice men in the "decency party
they f All belong to church's, don't drink
whiskey, nor co to theatres ! Grant and
Ambler are the models !
A Caxton Horse Wiss the Race. The
St. Lawrence, a horso bclongiug to John S.
Shorb, of this city, and 11. C KimbolL of
New York, on Fashion Course, New 1 ork
City, won a race against a famous trotting
horse the property of Mr Copp, of New
1 ork, on August 27th, 111 two straight heats.
The Copp horse had won a big reputation as
a trotter against lime in tho South, especi
ally in Virginia, and large sums were staktd
ou him, but the St. Lawrence lead him
from tho start, though the St. Lawrence
was token just from the stable, and was not
in trotting condition.
Our citizens will recollect this horse as
the Brown stallion, which Mr. Shorb used
to drive at Canton. This horse has always
been considered a valuable animal, costing
Mr. James M. Brown, deceased, of Massil
lon, if (,000, when but a colt of five years
Westminster Review for July is receiv
ed. The Contents arc : The Character of
British Rule in India; Davidson's Introduc
tion to tfte New testament ; Co-operation
Applied to the Dwelling of the People
Nitro Glycerine the new explosive; The
Marriage Laws of the United Kingdom
The Iucas ; Church and State ; The Span
ish Gipsey ; Contemiorary Literature ; $4
year. Address tlie JOeonara bcoii k tjo.
Publishing Company, New York.
The Hekald or Health for September,
comes to us this month with a large number
of articles from distinguished authors, all of
which will repay a careful persual. We
may mention particalarly a paper on Good
Bread axo il'.'W to Make It This article
contains a large nunilicr of new recipes for
making wholesome and delicious bread,
which ought to be read by every woman.
$2 per annum 20 cts. per number, Miller,
Wood & Co., Publishers, 15 Laight Street,
L O. O. F. Grand Master Temple
Cincinnati, on Thursday last, in this city,
instituted Manheim Lodge No. 408, with
the following officers : R. Bauhof, N. O.
D. Parr. V. O.; II. Kehr, Sec'y; Adam
Thorn. Treasurer. The Lodge will work
Uie German language, and has started
under very favorable auspices. They com
mence with sixteen members, and will meet
on Thmrsday evening.
SEYMOUR AND BLAIR!
Stark County Alive!
Glorious IV. mocmtic Evening Meetings
have been held during the past week in this
county, at West Kiooklu-'.d, Canal Fulton,
GrceiHown, Mai thorough and Louisville.
They wore addressed by Capt. C. A. Fair
banks, who invariably makes a good argu
mentative mailer of fat-t speech, which is
always well received.
The meetings at t an:'.! I-'i'lioii and Louis
ville were much larger than evening meet
ings usually, and the best of feeling was
manifest. At Fuiton the l'ras Hand was
out aud discoursed some excellent music, as
they always do. C'aplain Fail-banks' speech
lasted about two hours in delivery, and he
was frequently Interrupted by applause.
At the close, the crowd gave three loud and
hearty cheers for Seymour and Blair! The
meeting and the speech were a decided suc
cess. At Louisville the attendance" was large,
and all listened to Hie able speech of Capt.
Fairbanks wilh wrapt attention. The only
interruption was a;i occasional round of ap
plause. As at Fulton, tlie meeting was in
the open air, luid indeed the crowd could
not have been half accommodated in any
ordinary hall or school room. Tiie Louis
ville Martial Band gave us several soul-stir-riug
airs prior to the commencement of the
six-aking. Capt. F. had been speaking but
a few minutes when martial music was
beard coming into town from the south, and
soon came up a procrssion from OsnaUurg.
of half a do.en wagons crowded Willi ear
nest Democrats. They had beard the C'ai
laiii the week before, and it bad only made
them anxious to hear him again.
After Captain F. bad concluded, Mr.
McGregor was called and held forth for a
lion time. At the conclusion of his speech,
Mr. J. Gachallc proposed tim e cheers for
the speakers, which were heartily given,
and three more lor Seymour and Blair,
which Were responded to gloriously.
Captain Fairbanks cannot remain with us
but a few days more, as he is under engage
ment to speak elsewhere. We hope to have
him with us some other day. His labors in
Stark at this time have greatly assisted tho
SEYMOUR AND BLAIR CLUB.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather
Monday evening the 4th Ward cluh meeting
was postponed until Tuesday evening, when
the Democracy of that gallant Ward assem
bled in huge number at tiieir headquarters,
to participate in the presentation of a splen
When the Cub was organized, a lare
number of Democrats added I heir names to
the already large list to the Constitution.
The President of the Club, Mr. Jd'.ui Ilerbst,
then unfurled lite, new and beautiful flag,
and made a few remarks appropriate to the
occasion. He then introduced Louis Schie
fer, Esq, who entertained tlie Club in a
characteristic aud effective speech, which'was
joudly applauda'. The Club than adjourned
to meet on Tuesday evening next.
From the activity manifested in the gal
lant 4th, we expect to record a greatly in
creased Democratic majority in October and
Transfers of Real Estate.
Tlie following are the Transfers of Real
Estate for the past week :
Kicth & Sc holts to Ilenorah Punchcby,
lot 10 in Kieth & Schott's Add to Canton
W C Thompson to F E Me Lain lot 104 in
Thompson's Add to Canton for 550.'
Samuel Burwtll to Clemens Bm well lot
in Waynesburg for 140.
Bechekt King to A C Eitncicr lot in
Lahm's Add to Canton for '.00.
I N Webb to Eli Phillips part of lot 10 in
Webbs Add to Alliance for 200.
Samuel Reichard to Isaac Rover lot 13 m
New Baltimore for COO.
David Koycrto C L Rover part of lot 13
in nousells Add to Canton for lOtiO.
W C Thompson to Wesley White lot 1G0
in Thompson's add to Canton for 500.
Conrad R Beckley to Isaac Miller lot fl:J,
70 and 34 in Minerva for l.jiiO.
Benedict Dannemiller to C Vocgtlo lot 55
in Grant's Add to Canton for 2'2o.
Joseph Bollctl to John B Wernct part of
lot 5 in Melchoir's Add to Canton for 500.
Lawrence Bcchcl ct al to Nathaniel Ball
lot in Lahm's Add to Canton for t;00.
. II II Myers to Chas L Sell lot in Myer's
Add to Canton for 40.
Teeters Laniborn & Co to Emcr Crew lot
030 in Teeters Ijimborn & Cos ' Add to
A C Wales to Jacob Hose lot S2 in Wales
Add to Massillon for 250.
A C Wales to A Bunibcrger lots 14 and 15
in Wales Add to Massillon for 500.
Levi Bryan to Jacob Aker ct h! lot DO in
Grccntown for 1000,
Issued from the ollice of tin; Pioliate
Judge during the past week :
Daniel Shirk and Matilda I.esh.
Charles F Shorb and Emma A Sloll.
Willaim A Burns and Miiia Shriver.
Lewis Gregory and Libbie II Buckingham.
Melens Bamgen slid Caroline Cresea.
Atto Brown and Rosalca Barngen.
Daniel Culler and Lavina Auger.
W'm Dretsbach and Sovilla Carpenter.
BfcKit s & Buotiiei: aro introducing a
Washing Boiler which accomplishes the
operation of washing by the action of steam,
which forces the hot soap suds through the
clothes. The wear and tear of the rubbing
process is dispensed with. This boiler was
tried at our house a few dars since, ami is
pronounced a good thing. Buckius & Bro.
have the exclusive right. The device can
be attached to auy boiler.
WERTZ KRING On the of August,
. by Rev. 1. Herbruck, Mr. Jacob II. ertz
and JIiss .lizuhetu Kring.
KAME PFEIFER On the same, by
the same, Mr. Christian Kanie and Miss
MERRITT WISEMAN On June 18th
at tlie residence of the brides father in Ro
chester, Stark Co., by Alex. Henderson
Fsq.", Mr. John Merritt and Miss Clarrissa
CUTTER HURRA W On Aug. 1st. by
tho same at the same place, Mr. Asa C.
Cutter, of Fulton count-, Ohio, and Miss.
Hattie Hurraw or ilmot, Stark Co. Ohio.
HOOT MOLADORE On the Oth ult.,
by Rev. Abin. Miller, at Ins jrsidence,
Mr. Geo. Hoot and jli.-s l elia iUolailore,
both of Akron Ohio.
STARK KAMMERER On the 23d
ult.. bv the same, at same place, Mr. John
Stark and Miss Mary Ann Kaniiiirrer, both
of Stark Co., O.
IIUBTER GIGGER On the same,
he same, at same place, Mr. Abraham llub-
ter, of Ft. V ayne. 1ml., aud Mrs. Emily
KJigger, of Summit Co., Ohio.
HURSHEY PUTT Ou the ylst ult..
by the Rev. E. Buckingham, at the Presby
terian Parsonage, Mr. Joseph Hnrshey, jr.,
and Miss fcaraii run, uoitior Canton.
DAVIS KRYDER On the 27lh ult
by D. Sayler, Esq., at Greeutown. Mr. Juo.
J. Davis, of Tahnadgc, Portage Co., and
jiiss .nanaia ivryuer, 01 urccnlown.
OllAJNAlSHLClv in this cite. n
i&i inst,jiartiua,wifeof Aaron Shanabmck,
ftvv Bimui v years.
MUSIC FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO HON. GEORGE
H. PENDLETON. THE BOND HOLDER;
WORDS AND MUSIC BY THE SISTER OF
STEPHEN G. FOSTER.
Oh the Bondholder rests in a cushioned
As he sits at his table to dine,
While before him is spread out the t'ain tiest
And the choicest of foreign wine.
Then he thinks of the wealth that he made
by the war,
For his heart has grown selfish and cold;
And he laughs, and he quaffs, and smokes
As he counts up his interest in gold.
C'noni s Oh a rollicking fellow is he, is he,
And his life passes smoothly away,
And what careth he for you, or me,
While he has no taxes to pay.
And the Bondholder's wife in her coach
Knows nothing of labor and care,
As she drives by the suffering tax-payer's
Not heeding the misery theie.
The brave crippled soldier she sees not now,
Nor his children so hungry and cold;
While the laboring man by the sweat of his
But pays up her interest in gold.
Ciioiifs Oh a right merry life has she, has
This Bondholder's wife so gay,
And what careth she for you, or me,
While they have no taxes to pay.
Then workingmeu, all put your hand to the
And let us no longer delay,
For I tell you we're only beginning to feel
The taxes we'll have to pay.
Oh ! come, crippled soldier, , come rally
Till a Union restored we behold;
For our sous have been slain, and your
blood shed in vain,
Till we wijie out this interest in gold.
Ciiours Then a rollicking time will have
we, have we,
And our days will pass smoothly
When our country we see in prosperity
And we have no taxes to pay.
Then, comrades, arouse, for the people no
Intend to bo purchased or sold,
And one kind of mcney for rich and for
poor, .- '
We'll have, be that paper or gold.
Hurrah, bovs, hurrah for the burdens so
In the 6wect merry days of old.
When on Saturday night, by his fireside
bright, " .
The poor counts his wages in gold.
CmiKfs Then a rollicking time
we, have we,
And our days will pass
When our country we see in prosperity
And we have no taxes to pay.
bEi:VEi Him itiuirr. On Monday even
ing, the 20th inst., a Negro by the name of
Absalom Brooks, made an attack on the
house of Jeremiah Clark, and got shot. As
near as we can learn the particulars they are
Ab Brooks, as he is commonly called,
went to the house of Jlr, Jeremiah Clark,
one and a half miles this side of Cuyahoga
Falls, on tlie Akron road. Mr. Clark and
his wife, at the time, were a little distance
to the rear of the house in the act of dress
ing a sheep which they had just butchered.
Brooks, instead of going to the place where
Mr. Clark was, went into the house and sat
down. Mr. Clark left his work and went
to tho liouso, and enquired of the negro
what he wanted ; he said he wanted a drink
of water. Mr. Clark gave him a drink and
waited a while for him to leave, but as the
latter made uo move to go, Mr. Clark told
him that he wished to go to his work and
asked him to be kind euoush to leave. He
replied that he wanted something, the mean
ing of which, Mr. Clark did not understand,
and therefore shut the door and went to his
work. Brooks hung around until Mr. Clark
finished dressing the sheep, and when Clark
attempted to enter his house, he followed
him and insisted on entering also. Clark
shut the door and bolted it on the inside.
Brooks then swore that he would have his
hearts blood and, and broke open the door,
aud rushed at Clark with an uplifted club.
Clark stood prepared with a gun and as
Brooks was about to strike, fired at him, the
charge taking effect in his neck under and
anterior to the right ear, making a very
dangerous and ugly wound, which may
prove fatal. Clark, immediately gave him
self up to the authorities, and was lodged in
jail, and on Tuesday, was brought before
Justice Cunningham, and upon a statement
made by Win. II. Upson, Esq., in behalf of
Brooks' father, .'Ir. Clark was set at liberty,
This tragic affair is a result, naturally
consequent upon the teachings and policy of
the Radical party of - to-dav.
Proclamation ! to whom it may concern,
Upon this living world of ours
That "Aetna" soon may burn ;
Hut ore TiiAT dire event lukc-s place
Let us "put our house in oitler,"
That each and every one of ua
Can chew our pork and chowder.
Let toothless gums no more be seen,
No more disgrace our race,
liut fix them up that every one
ilay have a smiling face.
And if perchance the course you take,
Should prove to lie the middle,
Do not forget to call upon
The Dentist Doctor Siodali-
Teeth inserted, teeth pulled out,
Molars plugged and filled,
"Workmen rare he has them there,
In Dentistry well skilled.
All that want their tzeth pit is,
And all that want them oit,
I charge yon nothing to come in,
And little to go out.
Ariillcials strongly made,
Costing very little,
If you doubt the word of trade.
Call on J. II. Sipdall
He who keeps in "Harters Block,"
Very near the middle,
Oa the gilt Sign you can read
Doctor J. IL Siddau,
A Laiy remarkable for the lieautr of her
hair remarked in our hearing, the other day,
that she owetl to the moderate and constant
use of "Barrett's Hair Restorative"' a deep
obligation, for by it she had leeome locally
famous for the abundance and lustre of her
hair. Using it constantly ourselves we can
atld our testimony that as a dressing and
restorative combined Barrett's is superior
any Hair Preparation wc have ever used.
is reasonable in price, too, costing only one
dollar for a large bottle full of the mixture.
—CICINNNATI SUNDAY GLOBE.
Tekkihije Aocidest. Henry Mess, a lad
of fourteen years, employed at tho rolling
mill, and son of Henry Mess of South Ak
ron, had Lis right hand caught in a set
cog wbeola Thursday forenoon, about
o'clock, and had it so terribly lacerated that
It was found necessary to amputate
thumb and the three fore-fingers. The op
eration was skillfully and promptly per
formed by Dr. Howard. The poor boy
doing well and will recover if lockjaw dots
" Oi k city to-day seeins as populous as usu
al notwithstanding the great m ass tnect
ng at .Wayncsburg, this county. The pro
cession that formed here this morning num
bered but forty vehicles all told, with many
boys and some ladies. There were not over
200 voters in the procession. After the
great blow in 'the Radical organs of this city
for the past two weeks, the affair might be
called a fizzle. The procession was made
up of fine horses and carriages, such as
bondholding aristocrats ride in. The plow
holders and laboring men were not present.
Tho country people were not represented.
Taken all in all it was a tame crowd no
cheers and no enthusiasm. We must not
forget te mention that a tomb stone wagon
brought up the rear tluough the city, em
blematical of the demise of Radicalism
about the time the leave fall.
The Investigates Committee of the
Ohio House ot Representatives, saya
:i special in this morning's Enquirer,
iiua unearthed tne most stupendous
frauds aud robberies in connection
with the construction of the new Deai
and Dumb Asylum, and which were
perpetrated by men instructed with
Welt, wiiat or it 1 is it yet "loyal"
thieving ? That is the way the Radicals
propose to economize.
Ledger Aug. 25.
The Portage Keounty and other
carpet-baggers and whang-doodlers
ar; becoming very anxious about
Stark county holding meetings get
ting help from gold-bond paying Gar
field, Surratt hanging Bingham, Nig
ger 1-. quality uovernor liayes, ana
other kindred spirits. Go it, ye old
blue light, witch-burning carpetbag
gers ! Uo it while 5'ou can, for when
you can't you wont.
Neighbor Hartell., in hid last
issue, calls Captain Fairbanks a car
pet bagger. Well, tho Captain does
not intend to squat here, now, in the
Post Office, as another carpet-bagger
we might name, did. While our
neighbor was enjoying his fine "sit"
at home, Captain F. wa3 out in the
field of danger serving the flag. He.
n no John urown lollower 01 the
Rump, uot he.
UU - -
It is announced in Washington
that Secretaries . McCulloch, Brown
ing, Randall and Wells all support
Seymour and Clair, and that Seward
has not as yet made up his mind and
will Dot probably till after election.
In the fiscal year just ended, the
people have been taxed to raise
171,000,000, and yet the government
is running in debt.
hie radicals in power say you
must continue to pay the Bondhold
er's taxes, as well as your ow.i.
What do you say ? Answer at the
ballot-box on Tuesday, the 13th day
In the third district . the vote in
1S67 was Thurman, 11,950 Hayes
14,367, Democratic majority 47S. Tiie
Democratic gain from 18G6 was 115.
The contest there now is between 3Ir,
Vallandigham and Schenck. We say
hurrah for Val 1
On Tuesday, the 13th dy of Octo
ber, Ohio will stand redeemed from
the negro rule of Radicalism.
Amblhb is the negro's and bond
holder's candidate for" Congress.
Lawson the white man's, and the
friend of the workingmen.
Senator Sumner says that Sey
mour will "come down like a stick."
Prentice adds, "Few poor fellows
know better than Summer how a
stick comes down."
Why should labor and business pay
all the taxes, and the bondholder "scape
entirely ? Tell us !
ORiST says it is right that bond
holders should pay no tax ou their
bonds. What say you. plowholder
and laboring man ? Seymour says
they must pay.
A worthy young man was killed
the other night in Cincinnati by soma
one in a Radical procession, lie was
quietly standing on the sidewalk.
Grant is a tower of strength.
Yes, a leaning tower.
It is said Forney has been tele
graphing down South for a massacre
otherwise Grant is gone up.
Good Results are always noticed in the
use of "White Pine Compound. Tijy it for
all diseases of the Throat, Lungs aud Kid
neys, and see if it is not so.
The ship Emerald Isle with eight
hundred and seventy-one Mormons,
arriAed at New York, Wednesday.
Thirty-seven births occurred on the
voyage from Liverpool.
A member of the bocus Senate
Alabama is an ex-convict from the
Georgia Penitentiary, and a member
of the bogus Georgia House is an ex-
convict (horse thief! from the Alaba
ma Penitentiary. Beauties 1
Thk Agricultural College of Penn
sylvania is not ia a flourishing condi
tion. It has no professor of agricul
AVINGS DEPOSIT BANK!
r.O. II, U.1STSB.
Bank Block, west side of Squure.l
THIS BATSK IS DOING A .
General Exchange, Deposit and Dis
count .Business !
PROMISSORY NOTES .BOUGHT.
Gold, Silver and Dank Notes Bought.
ALL K1NM (ir
Government Bouda and Revenue Stamps
oil baud mill for sale.
ui:d interest nllowed on time deposits.
Tlie public will liml us prompt aod ao
com mod a ling.
ISAAC HAUTERA SON.
Canton, O., Oet. 1. 1SCG.
Having koM our interest in the Savings
Deposit Bunk, we cordially leeonimend
the Savings Deposit Bank of Isaac Ilarter
I A Scu. (our si'eirensors) to tho continued
anti ini:resil imrronaire ofoiir friends.
PETER P. TRUMP,
luav 29. 1SC7. lv.
DR. J. MORHE1.L COOPER J-UrICIAS
Surgeon, Cantou, Ohio. Olli je at present
with A. 9. Donds, Di-ntibl, South Market street.
RMideaco, bt. Cloud Hotel, Country calis promutlv
attended to during day or niht. July2!)nvu
CANTON, OHIO, Sept. 2, 1868.
Flour Extra, - - $11 00($12 00
wiiem n inte,
Rye, - . 1
(?. 2 00
00(a), 15 00
Hay r ton,
Oniors V bushel,
Dried Apples, -Butter
C'4 1 00
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
GOLD Lower; openinj at 144 J and
closed at 14 .
NEW YORKMARKET-Xonday, Aug. 29.
COTTON Quiet and steady; sales 1,100
bales at :'0Jc for midditng uplands.
FLOUR Cloned dull and a shade lower;
demand confined to supplying pressing wants
of the western trade.
WHEAT Nominally lower; shippers
and millers insist upon a material decline.
RYE Scarce and very tirm at 58i
f2 for western.
OATS Steady at 50c in store and SUe
afloat for old; 7"2i"4e for new western at
COIIN Dull and heavy; 1 15ftl 20 for
unsound; $1 21 &1 24 for sound new mixed
western, and 24 for old mixed western
PORK Nominal; $28 70Ss2S73 for mess,
cash and regular, but dull and in buyer's
CUT MEATS Scarce and ycry firm.
BACON In limited supply and firm.
LARD-Steady at 1S-!3i9u for fair to
EGGS Steady at 20'323c.
PITTSBURGH FORT WAYNE
AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.
On pml aftor June 1st. 18G8, Trains will
leave Staatlotm daily, (Sundays excepted)
as follows. Train leaving Chicago 5.35
P, M., leaves daily. Train leaving
Pittsburgh at 1.45 P. M., leaves daily.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Exjir'e. lExpr.s. Kxpr'a
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7 OU do IS 20 do; 9 10 cln
TRAIN'S GOING KAST.
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5 57 do
6 30 do
S 10 do
Wooater -t 8 61 do
Orvlile.. : 9 ldo
JIs:lloa -i 9 50 do
Canton .'1'10 do
Alliance 1 10 50 do
11 0"do 59 do
11 27do 6 15 do
11 r.7-lo: 6 47 do
12 13pm 1 7 o do
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12 6-5.io ! 6 OSdo'lo 40 no
Salem . . j
II 20 do 1 1 25do 8 32 do. 11 25 do
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2 10 do ! 4 lOdol 11 10 do! 3 20 d
F. R. MKERS. Gen. Ticket Aeent.
TouulntowD, New Castle ami Erie Ex
press leaves Youu,gstovn, 3,31ip, in; New
Crstle, 4 OOp, ni; arrives Pittsburgh. 6.90p,
in. Returning, lenvea Pittsburgh 7,17a.
111; nrrives New Cnstl, 9,40a. m ; Youngs
town, 10,45a. in.
Vounfrstown, Now Castle and Pitts
burgh Accommodation loaves Younesi
lown, (5,00a. re; New Castle, 7,10a. m; ar
rive Bilegliany, 10,00a. m. Returning,
leaves Pittsburgh, 4.3f; arrive New Cas
tle, T.OTip, m; Younjystown, 7,5i)p. in.
F. R. MYERS,
General Ticket Agent.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
On inH alter Mnv 11th, li-8. Trains will leave
Stations daily, (Sundays excepted.) as follows :
-MA IN LINE.
Kxfbk9 4 Mail. ! Aoeoa.
I'tevr-lnnd,! 8,35 a. u.
Euelld SU.i 8,4'J "
liudeon..-) ,W "
Ravenna. . io,i5 '
weiisviue. i i,aur. m.
tJOlNG NOitfliJJAIN LINE.
Mail : Expbes. Exraisaa.' Accoh.
V-5 r. m.
Bayard ... 1 10,92 " ,
Alliance ..11,20 i
Raveauu. .112.0 p. m.
Uildon ! 12,39 " .
Euclid St.., 1,37 " I
' 7,45 a.
1 9,10 "
Clevel.-aid. 1,50 ' '
Mail. -It IYER DIVI iION.
ExPBSSS.j Expsess. S ACCOM.
BeUstr . 1:20 a. m.
it 12 '
0 Ml 1
S .17 "
( cS '
BrulKoporCi 11 SO
Steut-onvile 12 it"ip- m .
Wellsville.. 2:.'l "
mith Frry, 2:24
I'HI --bur... ; 4:2." '
; S 40
GOING '.VEXTM VEl DIVISION.
! Mail.' Expeess -xpuess. 1 Accom.
6 I'l-A M
T 57 "
8 iA '
; 1 no v.
3 40 '
I ;,' 5
4 ii p.
( s '
j ' 16 '
' 0, 7
.; 3-30 r.M.
! 4.40 "
I 5.45 '
BelUir 10.46 '
New Philadslphia, t.50 a. m. lif f ard, 9 ..'.5 a. in.
bayard, 12.10 an. K. Philadp hia, 3.00 p. ra.
K. R. MYERS Gpo, elckot AKent.
MILLINERY, STRAW GOODS, &C.
JTEAY AND BEAUTIFUL
JOSEPH W. GRAFF'S,
Millinery and Straw Goods,
Kihlion.s, Laces, Artificial
White Goous, Hosiery,
Gloves, Corsets, Hoop
Alexander Kid Glovet,
Silk Fringes, Bugle Trimmings,
Cotton Trimmings, Ladies and
Gente' Paper Collars, Cutis,
Neek Ties, Ac, Ac.
axr Good Goods and Low Prices
J OS. W. GRAFF, .
MatLews' Block, Canton, O.
7ATER COOLERS nice
' i v cheap at
EW FURNITURE ROOMS I
Bust Tuscarawas st., Canton, Ohio.
BERNHARD & CO.,
Have removed and opened In the new
Room in George B. Haas's Building, op
posite Biechele's Wholesale Grocery Store,
with a complete assortment of
Clothes Presses, fcc.
We are practical Cabinet Makers, an
warrant our work aa represented, none
of our Furniture being the product of
Eastern Manufactories, but entirely do
mestic, durv ble and cheap. It is all mndr
of the best well seasoned material.
Repairing of damaged Furniture, an
rdera for cov, will receive prompt atteL
tion and charges moderate.
BERNHARD fc CO.
March 25. 68-tf
TUBULAR W E L Ii !
This Well la warranted to work in the
finest of quick sand, through clay banks
into suuJ or gravel below. It shuts oil' all
surfnee water, and can be put down to
any depth required, where an ordinary
Well cannot- be made. It is also valua
ble to put info old Wells, where a large
supply of water in needed. The pipes can
be placed in a circle, all of them leading
to the centre, to which a large pump can
be attached, aud will supply from
One to Two Hundred Gallons
This Well is provided wilh a strainer
which excludes all quick sands, and with
out which, this or any other Well will nil
with sand, and In a very short time be
come worthless; in testimony whereof we
refer you to the Wells which are in use
without the strainer. This well has been
thoroughly tested in quick sand, and we
warrant it under all circumstances. With
Ihia Well we can raise water any distance
from thirty to one hundred feet or more,
aud it works with as much as a sixteen
feet suction pump.
The following are a few of the many
testimonials wc have from parties using
our Wells : ' -
Caktom, O., August 8, 18t.
Msees. Rkmnkb & Kelly Gahvb: I bave one
of Batchellcr'e "Improved Bored Tubular Wells,"
in operation at my residence, the tube extends to
the depth of forty-three feet, the lower end resting
in pure sand. 1 have plenty of clear pure- water,
and in my opinion yeur well with the etrainer at
tachment, is all tint yon recommend It to be.
I. B. BOHKE.
Cahtoh, O,, August 7, 1868.
Mzkrs. ltiNBsa & Kklt.t Dkab 8ie: The
"Batcheller Improved Tubular Well" that you put
into my house a few weekr since gives good satis
faction, it id all that you reprenout It to be. The
water is ve.-y pure and soft.
Tours. W. W. GOODMAN.
Cahtoh, August 1, 18SS.
Messrs, Rbhkkk & Keli.y: I have ono of your
Improved Bored Wnlls iu operation at my houe,
which suits me betur thnn any I ever saw. It
pumps eat-y and throws a lar stream of pure wa
ter. The well is sixteen feet in depth, the pou t
laying in a bed oi flni quick and; iu just one half
hour the water u as as clear as crystal. Persons
doubting the trnth of this will please call at my
residence, f outh Poplar street, just below tho rail
road, and flee for themselves. I would recommend
to alt those wanting a ad. substantial well to
purchase one of Baicheller's Improved Bored Ta
bular Weils with stramer attachment.
f Lve orders at Renner'a Shoe Store
a.genta lor Btark County.
TOWNSHIP RIGHTS FOR SALE.
RENNER fe KELLY,
Agents for Sturk county.
Town Rights for sale.
Canton, Aug. 6, 186Utf.
gTOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCKIUS & BROTHER,
North Market street, Canton, Ohio,
Have on hand a complete assortment of
Also, haye on hand a large assortment of
Cook, Heating, and Parlor Stoves.
We are also agents for the celebrated
American A Benefactor Cook Stoves,
Which we warrant to he as good bakers
as there are iu the market.
We also put up
TIN SPOUTING AND ROOFING
On reasonable terms.
S&"A 11 kinds of custom work made
Don't forget the place, and giye us a
cat 1 at our store on North Market street.
BUCKIUS A BRO.
Canton. Amr. 19, 18H8tf
N ORDINANCE To provide for
both sides ot Fourth street between
Cherry street aud Hays and Bel
Section 1. Be it ordained by the city
council of the city of Canton, That the
owners of property abutting on either
side ot if'ourtn street Between uuerry sr.
and the corners of ;lots now owned by
Havs and Belmont, be aud hereby nre re
quired to pave ilie sidewalk adjoining
their respective lots or parts or lots, teu
feet in width, with irood hard burnt bricks
on a bed of sand, on or boiore the first
dav of October A. Ii. lis. aiid ll any per
son renuired eo to do bv this ord. nance.
shall fail to do so by said time, then the
Street Commissioner, immediately after
the said hrst day of Octocer A. 11. 1HOS,
pave the sidewalk adjoining tho property
of said Derson as required bv this ordi
nance, aud the cost thereof shall be made
a charge upon such property, and the
same shall be collected according to law
Section 2. That this ordinance take ef-
feet from arid after its passage and publi
Passed August 20, 1S68.
Wx. H. W YANT, Pres't
Jos, Trout, c".erk,
gE MI-ANN UAL
CLOSING OUT SALE!
From this date till
I will sell my line of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
No. 2 Opera House Block.
Canton, July 22, JRdStf
STRAYED AWAY From the sub
scriber's premiss, one-half mile from
Loii'sville, .iu the 2Tth ult..
Seven of them Lambs. They took the
road to Ilarrisburgh.
Any person giving information where
they can be found, will be liberally re
warded. X. POMMIER.
Louisville, Aug. 3, 1SG8w3
Tho undersigned has been duly op
pointed end qualities! as Administrator
tlie estate of Oeorge W. Belden, late
Stark county. Ohio, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
rrqui-Nied to present them for allowance,
and I lose indebted to make prompt pay
ment. U. S. BELDEN.
Aug. W, 88wS - - :
No. 3 SchjEfkr's Ohkka Block,
The undersigned lakes pleasure In n
tiouuciug to the Ladies of Canton aud
vicinity, tht he is nor prepared to aa
commodate them, at very reasonable
prices from one of tho most choiee as
sortments of all kinds of
Comprising amoug many oth i r i 1 t a
great variety ot
Silk and Straw Goods,
EMBROIDKRY of all Kinds,
And all other kinds of
A splendid stock of the most modern
Styles and Colors of
LADIES' NEW DRESS SILKS,
LADIES' CLOAKS &, SHAWLS,
And everything to complete a Ladies'
N. B. Miss ITeisser, until recently the
well-known and accomplished Milliner of
Massillon (sister-in-law of the under
signed!, assisted by several other compe
tent young ladies, are constantly engaged
in making, altering and repairing Hats,
Bonnets, fec.,in conformity with the La
He has made arrangements to secure
always the Latest Fashions, so soon as
(hey can be had from Paris and New
York. - Call and examine before you pur
'HE STAR LEAD That has now
Such a great reputation in this market-
can ae naa only at
BOOTS & SHOES.
T T F. N T I ON!
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE I
SAYLER & SHANAFELT,
are at It again, In their New Room,
Empiro Block, East Tuscarawas at.,
Lately occupied by John MoGregor aa a.
boo it it to re.
We shall be happy to meet all our old
customers, and as many new ernes as will
be pleased to fayor ua with their patron
age. We have constantly on hand and ar
daily receiving from the East, a large
In fact everything in tha
Ladies' and Children Line, from th
Slipper to the Highest Polish Top,
and all kinds of Rubber
Boots & Shoes.
We also make
Boots and Shoes to Order of the best
material and as cheap aa
This is the place where you cet what
yon bargain for French, bogus French,
or common Calf Boots. We employ none
but the b Mt workmen, and still have old
Philip as our foreman, who Is well known
as one of the best and most experienced
workmen of the day. He is always ready
with stick and strap to take the dimen
sions of your understanding.
A11 work warranted to arive sat
isfaction. Give us a call.
BAYLEE & SHANAFELT,
Canton, Maach 26. 1868-tf
JOHN LAIRD A CO.,
SOUTH CEERRY STREET,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers,
Iron Colums and Lintels,
- Window Caps and Silks,
Iron Railing, Cellar Grates,
Desk and Seat Castings,
Bedstead Fastenings ,
Farm and School Bells,
Cider Press Screws,
Coal Car Wheels and Axles,
Oven Fronts and Dampers,
Nuts, Bolts and Washers,
Wite Railing, etc., etc.,
Kept on hand or furnished tt order
reasonable term-. Special attentiou paid
to orders for small gray iron castings, and
repumuK uuue on sueri nonce, wortc
warranted first class.
June 24 !S(58m4
Sealed proposals will be received at the
Auditor's office until nnoon, on Mvlay,
September 7th, for furnishing all the ma
terials add building the iron 8uperstruct.
ure m a onuge over tue Manoiung ereek
mi Lexington, Lexington township. Span
tit iee i racK n leer, in cue clear.
II". C. ELLISON.
Cahtoa, Aug. 19w3 -
WANTE D SALESMAN
sell Goods on sample. Uood wages
and steady employment. Address with
sti rap, A. ECKER k CO., .
- . t . ' . . Canal Dover, Ohio.
qpo COHSDMPTIVEa-TITE ADVXRTISKB,
JL having been restored to health in a few
by a very .impl. remedy, alter havlne "
several years with a severe long affection, andthfU
dread disease Consumption U anxious t msAS
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of core.
r .ii .h Amrr It- he will send s copy of tas
prescription ud (frse of chares.) wltn tne o'f"
.i f...n..n..n.r.H nsinir tha'anzn which tliey
will Miuu eras for CoCMrTio, Aatmka,
Slll U1U SB B)V BSJSI WSM m ' V ,
BsoKoam, Cooous, Cas, and all Throat and Lui
a r in. Th ni nhit at tha advertiser I r
sending the Prescription is to berneflt the affllctsv
and spssad Information which as conceive u bsls. -valuable,
and he hopes every sufferer will try al
remedy, as it will cost tbem nothing-, and may prsvo
PapTieiMwishlng the prescription, rasa, ayrstws
mail will please address . . . , -
Ker. EDWAHD A. W1L80N,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
Gusat Dieceviav It hs long Been claimed
that ifweknswit, there would be an lisrb, er a
combination at herbs, roots and barks that wsuld
curs all the ills human lieeh is heir to. Dr. Mien
lsr, with a few oi his profeasionol fronds, bare
kept this idea constantly in view, and lafcored ear
nestly and persevering! y for years to nod this moat
desirable treasure. Though they have not foAOd
an instant cure for nl I complaints, tbey have never
theless discobered a remedy, which, as yet, has
never tailed in caring Chills and Kcvcr, Dyspepsia,
and all diseases ariidng from any impurity of the
blood or disarrangement of the digestive organs,
including Liver Complaint. Coughs, Colds, Sick
Headache, Neuralgia. Nervousness, General Debil
il)aud all affections of ths Kidney a and Urinary
This great discovery. In honor of the indefatiga
ble labors of Dr. H. Mishler, is called Kiahler's
Herb Bitters, and shersvsr introduced takes the
place of Quiuine and the host ot other remedies
used heretofore for the complaints mentioned above
Sold by all Druggists and General Dealers.
Prepared solely by Dr. 8. B IIARTMAN A CO..
Successors to DK B M1SHLKK. Lancaster. Peuna,
ERRORS OF TOUT. tjenueiuao who sane
ed for years from Nervous Debility, Premat
ure Decay, and all ths enacts of youthful indiscre
tion, will, for tha saka of soDering humanity, send
free to all who 'need it, the receip and direc
rions for making ths simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sutler ra wishing to prgKt by tha ad
vstiser'p expeneoes, can do so by addressing -.JOHN
No. i Codar street N. T. .
QREAT REDUCTION In PRICES.
Prices of GfMvia Approaching a Gold
Merckaii' 'I? Mori
Has reop'ne I iMeichaul Tailoring
m sr. scment
Harter'iB r : ' lock (Second Floor),
AN NTIHSLT HEW jNi vYBIX-SKLKCTKD
Also, Splendid assortment of . :
Cassimerea and Vetting-,
of all Kinds, Styles and lrica. '"
The well-known Merchant Tailor, pays
individual attention to every garment
made at his establishment. -Canton,
May ft. 1868 '
ROCERIES AT WHOLESALE!
C. BIECHELE -Has
Just opened his stock ef
EAST ROOM OF ths REX BUILDINU
East Tuscarawas Street, -Canton,
RETAIL DEALERS in Stark and sur
rounding counties are Invited to call and
examine my large
STOCK OF CHOICE GROCERIES
And judee ef Prices, Sua.
Among my Stock, I have a large variety
oi euoice ana careiuny selected -
Rhine, Margraefler, and French Re
and White Wines!
Best Catawba and Isabella!
jEsV- Fleese Give sne a Call.
Canton. O., Jane S, 186S-tf
O O L ! WOOL!
EAGLE WOOLEN FACTORY.
Parties having Wool to work osa have
if doae at lbs New Eagle Woolen Factory
on South street between Llnd A Co. a ana
Bavis fc Son's Mills, Canton, Ohio, at the
following prices :
Doeskin CassjiMere at
71 cents per yard.
Double aa Twist,
VO eeuta per yard
AO sen la pryrd.
Country FVannel, yard wide,
S to S5 seals per yard. ,
Fancy Flannels, 28 In. wide, ,
28 eente per yard.
Carding, Spinning and Reeling,
Is eents per pouad.
US eents per pound.
8 cents per pouao.
We have oa hand a large asaoriaeat of
' Flannels, , :
, ' Blanket aud '
Of our own make, which we willexchuujje
at manufacturing rates, or trade for Wool.
ROBBINS A MILLER.
Msy 27. '68tr
SHADES, OIL-CLOTHS. Ao... dc
for sale cheap, at CORRELLS'.
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