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Frescheberg, im Augstmonat.
IW uJIUrrt'uMjia Dnakor!
Ls kummt do epnof frlsh un gut, '
Ich wehi 11m; sind kclu' MUekor,
I n ballet ca michi unntrai Hut
Icbrt wf put die SptkHkcls,
I o wischtdie Aagc sauber aiw, " ' ' '
In nobaufor Pcnitarlfrv
I)io Stovepipe ah incurum, Haas.,
Ijw howa. iw cUwarre . Yankeiiesl,
Hen do dcr Minor Owe
Iie Buwe arg viol Fun gchabt,
Es dcrfa kci Itadikel low. ..
Zwci Printer hen a Mcting lestcU,
Mit grosfe Letters lio 1MU gedntckt,
In nohl dio gross Kuhbcll gcsclullt,
. IHm :U1 die K.cl sin vrorre vcrruckt,
i j hie hon cu Pmi.Wmi kuinme loac
, Ka W 41 lioa. 1 vim Itnmuielstown,
tr solltc reden vuiii Niirgerliosso.
u rwcjipvra macoe wie cn Cham.
For die I-it hcrlieizulocken,
Hon fie on Stolirbo.vbaud eugaged.
Yun Fellers die Crant-'tYhU.ky sucken,
Xuch rrki Xoten lien sic pctlcliU .
En JcUer Lot on lusU-unicAit,
Urad wie'a ihn snliten wollt,
Dcr Michel Ilolzbock Sappennent, . .
Blosl's proaa Kuhhoru -ven'olli,
Per Aehb dor SrHehlt die Stohrliox gut,
IVr Locffel-Bcndie Pfann,
I)ir Kiwpfivitt mi thmi-rothe Kopp,
Spiohlf Mf clerKaffcekana, .
Smierrulluiuter tik mil roUia. lining . '
SpiHilc nf dem Kiwel plehn, '
IVr Pechhans schlagt ufs Ofcriilir,
Bob thut die Orgel drehn.
Das hot gedunncrt tin.gcrnuupst,
Dass dem Coon sei schwarze Frali,
IVr ganze Owet Lot gcgruuzt,
ln alio. Esel sckriccu 1 A. I ,
Vm Eisick Froschgosch sojne Kuh,
K'linint glei berbei xu springe,
Sic Strvkt ihr Kopp grad in don Kratul
ln fan st wis Frelut an slnrc 5
J-ni Uiily Uuokelwoh noi Hnnit,
( Ocr mit U0111 korr.o St hwanz,)
Kr war do in or ViortcLttuiul,
L'n janunort r.u iknn Tanz. . ,
Ztilotzt kuraimt noch em Klib si'i Katz,
l'n aingt crbaurnUioh KlioUut -
IVs war cn Muiiok dass clan sohior,
las Hobn-n. tbat Tergebn.
lroi STloker lien sie ackou gosjiieUlt
l'n iMN-h kob Monsch war di,
Die Meeting hattc ausgcspieUIt,
l'n ana trnr'.i mit Sohob ! ' '
THE SPREADING RUMOR.
Hay Gossip One to (tosip Two:
, 1 " nile HUonpine in UUa town.
r Old Mrs. Prr to me rcmarketl
! Suiitb Boi uiiT bis goods of Brown
Sara Gossip Three to Gossip four,
itu sonictuing of ft frown :
I've beard . clmn"' news what
Smith took bis gorwls from Brown.
x jSays Gossip Four lb Gossip Five, '
Who Mazed it round the town ;
. ."IJve heard to-daj 'such shocking news-
Smith fxou Uiii gunU frouiBruvn. ..
Democratic Mass Meetings.
The State Democratic PIxccutlve
Committee ha vo maJe., the followlnj:
" XT - ' " Will A .U Ik.l A O.
lion." Ceorgo If. Tendletoa will ad
dreaa tha ieople upon the pollticftl is
uea, follow 1
At 1 Tamil ton. Butter couutv. Tues-
f day, September 1.
Atbpritigaww, Clarke county. Wetl-
h nesday.TStptemher 2.
f At Greenville, Darke county, Thurs-
l day September 3.
At Kenton, Hardin county, Friday,
; September 4.
t' At Fremont.Sandusky county,4 Sat
At Cleveland, Monday, Sept. 7.
i At Wooster, Wayne county, Satur
. .day berteber a. . 1 , -. .
At Delaware, Delaware ccunty,
WetnosJay, September 9.
COI GEO. W. UoCOUK'S,. APPOINTMENTS.
Col. Oeorgo Wr. McCook, w ith oth
, era, will address the people of South
ern Ohio : . . ,
At Marietta, Thursday, August 27.
At Athens, Friday, August 28.
At Ivogan. Saturday, August 29.
At Ijaucaster, Monday, August 31. .
At New Lexington. Tuesday. Sen-
, tember 1. .
t At Circlcville. Wednesday, Sept. 2.
At Washington, C. J I. - Thursday,
' Spt. 3.
At Wilmington,-Friday, Sept. 4.
, At Morrow, Warrcu county, Satur
t day, September 5.
At Spring Valley, Greene county,
Monday, September 7.
r At London, Tuesday, September 8.
Further announcementa of meetings
and speakers will be made herafter.
E. F. BINGHAM,
W. W. WEBB, Sec'y.
Tiis I)iuooc)Kvy of Jlamiltop coun
ty have ''selecteil P. W. Strader fB
their Congressional 9tandflrd-bearer in
the First District. . We can see noth-
i ag to prevent his election over Ben.
.KSfflestoa. In . tha ecoud Diitrict
the endorsement of Gen. Sam.' Cary,
the nominee of the ' Wofklngmen's
Union, was proper as well as politic.
The people of that District will teturn
Mr. Cary by a larjrer majority than
last fall, for his course in-Congress
was that oi n faithful and honest pub
lic servant. , . ; M.. . . ,
WiTiiDKAwy-w-Xhe. naeetlng an
nounced for Bucyrus on Sept. 3d, is
withdrawn by request. :
Tho meeting at Upper Sandusky on
Sept. 4th, is withdrawn in conse
quence of tho meeting at Kenton on
the samdity : y.U)1 V. i
Meetings at the above places will be
E. F. BINGHAM, Ch'n.
E. F. BINGHAM, Ch'n. GRANT'S SOLILOQUY.
Quoth Ocu'rai Grant,' "Us blamed uj'ilut:ky
First Oregon and then Kentucky !
Such conduct don't show any sense
Aud bits me in my reticence!' ' ,J
Its not that they have got, the State
it But that flicv 'ain at such a rate !
r Aud what is most unconmion fnmrfi.-
Our party's vole is 'falling off !'
We'll hatel'iing nxcxf a little stralgliter
In States that vote by Legislature' ! ,
Hut here's a pint that's rather tough
How.aro.we wirolleo'U be 'enough?'
A bard conundruni; and 1 think
I'll go and take another drink ! ":" ; "'
''MAsiA, said the black steward
his captain, as i hey 'fell in with
homeward bound-vessel, "I wish yoo
would write a few lines for me to
o'.d womancauBe I can't write." The
. good natural eklpper complied, and
wrote all Pompey. dictated. , Aa the
captain was about to seal up thelettea,
Pompy reminded him that he had
o Bitted to say "Please scuse de bad
ritln' and spelli
IjOrdCiifstbrkield one day, at
tavern where he dined, claimed that
' the plates and dishes were very dirty.
The waiter, with a degree of pertacss,
ulwerved. "It Is said every one must
eat a peck of dirt before ' he dieu."
'That may be true,".' aaid Lord Ches
terfield, ,4but no one is obliged te
all of it al one meal, you dirty dog."
Old Billy Shakspeare must have
been looking forward to the present
dav when &e wrote tho following:
"Now uTfbe winter of bur'tlisconteot . '
" .rlorioiui summer by this son of York,
p And all rtirf ta W thatt towered npon
I house,' :;".'''' "' '
In the iWp'bixHn of the ocean tniriecT.
MTitiii colored troopa fight, Dobly"
aa theyare deeetting - the. rarpet-har-
The Democratic party In National Con-
vcution assembletl, reposing its trust in the
intelligence patriotism, discrimination! and
justice of llto- jH-ople;- standing upon the
Constitution as the foundation and limitation
of the powers of tho Government, and the
guaranteeing the liberties of the citizen, ami
recognizing the questions of slavery and
secession as having been settled for all time
to come by the war, or the voluntary action
of the Southern States in Constitutional
Conventions assembled, and never to be re
newed or rcagitatcd, do with the return of
First. The immediate restoration of all
the States to their rights in the Cuiou under
the Constitution, and of civil government to
the American people.
Second. Amnesty f i5r all past political of
fences and thu regulation of the elective
franchise in the Stales by their citizens.
Third. The payment of the public debt
of the United States as soon as practicable:
and tbut all moneys drawn from the people
by taxation, except so much a is requisite
for the necessities of the Government eco
nomically aduiiuistered, be honestly applied
to such payment : and where the obligations
of the Government do not expressly stale
npon their face, or the law under which
they wore issued dx-s not provide, that they
fhall be paid in Coin, they ought, in right
and in justice, to lie. paid in the lawful
money of the United States. Thuuders of
Fourth. Filial taxation of every species of
property according to its real value, inclu
ding Government bonds and public securi
ties, f Uenewed cheering.
' Fifth. One enrrency for tho Government
aud the people, the laborer and the office
holder, the pensioner and tho soldier, the
producer and the bondholder. (Groat cheer
in tr, and cries of -Iiead it again,' The
Fifth ltesolutiou was again read and again
Sixth. Economy in tlie administration of
the Government, the reduction of the stand
ing army and navy, the abolition of the
Fre - thnen's bureau Great cheering and all
political instrumentalities designed to secure
negro supremacy, simplification of the sys
tem aud discontinuance of the inquisitorial
modes of assessing and collecting the Inter
nal Revenue, so that the burden of taxation
may be equalized and lessened, the credit of
the Government, and the currency made
good ; the repeal of all enactments for en
rolling the State Militia Into National forces
in time of peace, aud a tariff for revenue up
on foreign imports, and such equal taxation
under tins Internal Revenue laws as will af
ford incidental protection to domestic manu
factures, and as will, without impairing the
revenue, impose the least burden upon, and
lest promote and encourage the great indus-
.... . . 1 ....
trial interests 01 iuei""".. .
.1. s aluiwJ in I lif At 1 til I II 1
:r. r.U; L,-, nf unless omces. the
: . ... tiiA AvniiKinn fir f-tirrmiL iiicrii iiutu 1
restonUion of rightful authority to, and the
independence o he pccmiTe.nu . , ucnu
Departments 01 uie uurcruuimi, BUUU''
.lo.ntion of the military to tho civil power :
to this end, that the usurpations of Congress
and the despotism of the sworn may cease.
Eighth. Equal rights and protection for
naturalized and native born citizens at home
and abroad;" tho assertion of American na
tionality, -which shall command the respect
jc f..,..-,rrn mwm and furnish an example
! and cncouracemcnt to people struggling for
n tlonal inteLTitv. constitutional liberty and
individual nguis, auu uiamu:iiaiiii.
the rights of naturalized citizens against the
obsolete doctrine of immutable allegiance,
and the claims of foreign ptAvers to punish
them for alleged crimes commiiieu neyonu
ilipir iuristliction. I Applaiwc I
In demanding uiese measures ami iciowus
the nulical nortv for its disregard
of ri"ht and the unparalleled oppression and
mnnv wluch have marked its career. Af-
ter a most solemn anu unanimous idcufcu
. .. i r 1.1.
t-.iti Umises of Contrresa to prosecute uie
war exclusively for the maintenance of the
nKMt rx1 tho- reservation oi tne
I'nior uuler the Constitution, it has repeat
edlv violated the most sacred pledges under
which alone rallied that nOUle volunteer
amw which carried our flag to victory ; m
stead of restoring the Union it lias so far as
in its power dissolved it and subjected ten
States in time of profound peace to military
despotism and negro supremacy. It has nut
1 tii.. me riuui OI iriai uv lurv. ii. nus auoi
ished tlte kabeus corpus, that most sacred
writ of Kberty.. It has overthrown the free
dom of speech. It has substituted arbitrary
izures and arrests, and military trials, and
secret Star Chamber inquisitions for the con
stitutional tribunals. It has disregarded in
times of peace, the right of the people to
be free from searches and seizures. It has
entered the telegraph ollic-es, and even the
private rooms of individuals, and seized thcir
private paper anu leuers wiuioui any spec
ification or notice of aflklavit, as required
by the organic laws. It has converted the
American Cannot uuo a uasiue. . u nas es
tablished a svstem of spies and official cspi
onac to which no constitutional monarchy
of Euronc would dare now to resort. It has
abolished the ngut ot appeals iu important
Constitutional questions to the supreme ju
dicial tribunals, and threatens to. curtail or
destroy its ongiaid lurisdicUou, which is ir
revocably tested by the Constitution, while
the learned Chiel justice nasocen suujccieu
to the most atrocious calumnies merely be
cause be would not prostitute his high office
to tho support of U"0 tne aud partisan, char
ges preferred against the President. "
IU corruption anu extra agauce uavu ex
ceeded anvthms known In history, and by
it.1 frauds and monopolies It lias nearly doub
led the burden of the ilebts created during
the war". It has .stripped the President of his
Constitutional power of appointment, evcu
of his own Cabinet. Under its repeated as
saults tha Dilhu-sof tha Government are rock
ing on their base, and should it nucceed in
November next, and inaugurate its Presi
dent, we will meet as a subject and conquer
ed neouUt amul Ui&xuma ot liberty, ana tue
scattered fra-rments of the Constitution.
And we do declare and resolve that ever
since the people of the Unifed States threw
off all subjection to tlc British Crown, the
privilege and trust of suffrage have belonged
to ths several States, and have.been granted,
icculated auJ controlled exclusively by the
.political power of each Mate respectively,
and that any attempt ty congress, on any
pretext whatever, to deprive any State of
this right, or liuencro wuu us exercises is
tbigrant usurpation of power which can find
no warrant in the Constitution, and if sanc
tioned by the people, will subvert our form
of Government, and can only end in a sin
gle, centralized ami consolidated Govern
ment, ln whicn tne Generate existence or tue
States will be entirely absorbed, and an un
limited despotism be established uistead of
Federal Union of equal btatcs. and that we
regard the reconstruction acts, so called,' of
Congress as usurpations and unconstitution
al and revolutionary and void.
That our soldiers and sailors who carried
tboJlag of our country to victory against
most gallant and determined foe, must ever
be gratefully reni.-mbcrc l, aud all the guar
antees given in their lavor must ie luimnii
lv f -timed into exeeutiou.
That the public lands should be distribu
ted as widely among the people, and ue tus-
posed of either under the preemption of
homestead lands and sold iu reasonable quan
tities, and to uono but actual occupants, at
the minimum price established by tne uov-
crunu-'nt. When grants ol the public lands
mav be allowed necessary for the encour
agement of imnortant public improvements,
the nroceeds of the sale of such lauds, and
not the lands themselves, should be applied.
That the PresklcnU of the United Slates,
Andrew Johnson, Applause, in exercising
the power of liU high office in resisting the
aircressions of Congress on the constitution
al rights of the States and the people, is en
titled to the gratitude of tho whole . Amen
can ncople. aud on behalf of the Democrat
ic partv wo tender him our tnaiiKs ior
patriotic efforts in that rgaru. urea, ap
Coon this platform the Democratic party
anneals to every patriot, including the con
servative element, and all who desire to sup-
...h. U ..iwtWnlinn anrl rtnri flip I'lllOll.
forgetting all part differences of opinion, ,
unite with U8 in tho present great Struggle
for the liberties of the people, and to all such
to whatever party they may have heretofore
belonged, we extend the right band 'of fel
lowship, and will bail all such co-oiH-rating
with us aa friends and brothers.
- . Tu i iv Tim Ttnclirstr
Union gives the result Of a YaHO taken
on the steamboat express train, on
Whole number of pasaengers. . .
For Seymour and Blair .........
For Grant and Colfax
. .. .:184
In an affray with robbers in Craw
ford county III,, or 'Friday' last,
o a pb9se of, constables was killed,
whereupon tlie remainder of the posae
rushed upon the robbers and killed
611 of them, four la number.
Sarah Miller vs. Daniel Miller.
By virtue of an alias order to soli issued
fru tba court of common pleas of Stark
county. Ohio, and to me directed, I will
otter for sale bv public outcry at the door
of the court house (Harter's block) iu the
city of Canton, on
Saturday, the 5th day of Sept., 18G8,
the following described real estate situate
in said county, to wit: Lot number sixteen
(It)) in Jennings A Brooks' addition to the
town ot Alliance.
Sale to commence at on o'clock P. M.
R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
U. R. Feather Jt wife ys. William Klliott.
By virtue of an orderto sell issued from
th court of common plus of Stark coun
ty, Ohio, and to ui directed. I will offer
for sale by public outcry at tho door of tho
court house (Harter's Block) iu the eity of
Saturday, the 5th day of Sept., ISf.S,
the following described real estate situate
in said county, to wit : Lot number i3 111
Fontlier'a udditiou to th citA' of Canton.
Sale to commence at 0110 o'clock P. M.
R. A. DUSBAR.iihoriff
1 lEUUT'S SALE.
Bannister A Houboii vs. John Slunuckcr.
By virtuu of three vein! i exuomis issued
from the court of common pleas of Ntnrk
county, Ohio, and to mo directed 1 will
olier for sale by public oulry at the door
of the court house (Harter's block) in tho
city of Cnnlon, on
Saturday, tho 5th day of Sept., 1SKS,
the following described real estate situate
iu sal.) county, to wit: Lots numbers !).
and US in Teeters and Lamborn's addi
tion to the town of Alliance.
Sale to commence at ouo o'clock P. M.
R. A. lUi N B K R, Sheriff.
U. R. Feather A- wife vs. Atphous Fuliirafl.
By Y'rtueofan orderto sell issuf-il from
the court of common pleas ot Stark county
Ohio, and to me directed. I will offer for
8a'.o by public outcry lit the door of the
court house (Hai tor's block) in tho city of
Saturday, the 5th (lay of Sepf., 1S08,
the following described real estate situate
In said conniy. to wit: Lot number 12 in
Feather's addition to tho eity or Canton.
Sale to commence at one o'clock P. M,
It. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
A'' Clapper vs. George Shott et al.
V virtue or an orderto soil issued from
i"-- off "for
sulo by public outcry at the door of the
court liouve Xlnrter m biockj in the city ot
Saturday, the 5th day of Sept., 1SG8,
the following described real estate situate
In s:tid county, to wit : Bemir pait of the
oust 1-alfof section number 35, township
number 11. rango numner 10, Mtunteou
the oast side ot auirarcreek, eoutuiu:u:
one hundred and fourteen (114) acres more
or less, and being the premises purchased
ny vjteorjre duoi i iroui xtenry vv liuara,
and conveyed by said Williard to said
Shott by deed bearing date on the 2d day
of .February A. D. 1HM. as appears by tb
record oi ueeus oi suia county, in booK li.
pace bin. aaie to commence at 1 o clock
P. M. Terms cash.
R. A. DUX BAR, Sheriff.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given tbat Elias Druck-
eubroad no Administrator of the estate of
Joseph Kile, deceased, in pursuance of an
oruer oi tue rrouaie louri oi siarx comi
ty, Ohio, and to him directed, will otter
tor sale at public auction, on the premises,
On Saturday, September 12, A. D. 'CS,
ut 10 o'clock A. M., the following describ
ed real estate situata in Stark county and
ftate or Ohio, bounded and described as
follows, to wit: iseing part or tne south
east quarter of section twenty-live, town
ship eleven, range eiht, beginning at tho
northeast corner of sid quarter; thence
west along the northern boundary line jf
said quarter ten chains to a post; thence
southwardly by a line parallel with the
east line or said quarter: live cbai-js to a
stake; thence east by a lino parallel to the
north line ot said quarter ten chains to
the east line or said quarter ; thence north
uve chains to ths place ot beginning, con-
taiuini' live acres strict measure, as sur
veyed by John Whitacre, June 2Sib. l&as.
excepting aud reserviug from the same
oue-halr acre in the south-west corner or
the above describe:! live acres.
Terms or Sale One-half cash oneshaif
ln nix 'months.
ELIAS DRUCKEN BROAD.
Adm'r of Joseph Kile, dee'd.
Aug. 12, lSUtfld
I O II T N I N O R O D S !
S. F. CROSS A CO.
Have, for the paM ten veai's, been euiraired
In erc.-tiiig Lightning Rods to the entire
suliNlactioii of their many customers. We
ara now engaged in the business more
earnestly and successfully than ever, and
wo respecltuily call public attention to
STAR GALVANIZED LIGIIT-
Which is supciior to any Id use. It is
made from Magnetic Iron, manufactured
for our company onlv: Suis hauaro
crooveil, spiral-twisted and gralvauixed.
aud connected with pure copper couplings
renooring it equal to p Copper KoJ, the
whole surmouuted with a liold-plated
cnesler I'ointoi i'ure Copper, thus lorin
ing a continuous Rod from the Point to
the grouu.i. and by a combination
metals lorming a Galvanic l'.nUerv in the
Our Star Galvanized Roil n wnrrntitirl
always to remain bright and clean, aud
l uoi (.uiiuucui u, iuuj iresunug
neat ornamental appearance on the build
ing worth more than its cost an a matter
oToi namont, say nothing about its sure
protection agmust lighLuiug.
More tliun two million i.-et have been
sold auuually for the lust live years in all
parts oi tne country, and notwithstand
ing wo have constantly offered five bun-
urea collars to any person who would
show that any building injured by light
ning witu our feUir Ualvani.ed Rods
properly and scientifically erected there
on, not one accident has been reported
. . . w.. . . rt-. . i - . i..
u.i. u uuunuuo iu uxiur tuts huovv re-
ward ns usual.
The price is so trivial compared with
the advantages ot a certain protccliou
against tho terrific elfccts ol ligliluing.
that :t is manifestly to the interest of
persona to have them. Unlike anything
else, these conductors lust for generations.
w liv delay so important a matter when
lew dollars invested in our Star Galvan
ized Rod will place you and your prop
er!)' and family out or danger as long
mo outiuiug siauus.
Or. will you delny until thu crash
broken thunderbolts aud the vivid burn
lugs or tierce lightning awakes you to
necessity oi mis usc-tui means ot protec
VVo also erect Carbonized Iron Light
ning Rods wUh the same copper-plated
points and the same insulator. Our glass
insulator is a deemed improvement upon
anything or tho kind ever used. I
discharging points to relieve the rods
wheu over-charged, and thus preveut
All orders left at the corner or Cherry
and Eighth streets, near the New Depot.
or by letter, will receive piompt attention.
8. I'KUaS & CO.
Canton. O. June 10,lbti8-r.
How Lost How Restored.
Z2?y r r'lSo".
medicine) of ISperumtorrhuin, or Seminlfl Wcak-
iii-m. Auruiui-.iaij ct-niitmj J-4JHKC, ijiiotkmty;
Mental and rhymca! Iucnoaciiv. ItHtiedimeDt;
Marriage, c.; a'ao Consumption, KjulepMV,
Fit, uiducrd by ao-.f Indulgence or sexual f-xtrava-
l'rlo. in a sealed envlont-. only 6 cents.
The celebruted author, iu kis admiiahle exfny,
rtf-arly dciminvtrAieN frum a thirty yvar'b ttiicceVa-
fttl jjrucitce, that the alarming vneqtieijccB
c.i-ioue may oa rauicallr cured without
I danxcrous use of interna medicine or t he applies
I tiou of Ihe anile: pointing ont a nioda ol cure
oou simple, certain and effonluai, by means
.uK-iicv.r" Huueier, do maner wuur nis condi
tion may be, may be. may euro limine)! cheaply.
av-Til, Lecture gfcouM ho In lb. h-,.1,1. .,r,.v..r.
youih and arery man in the ln.l.
Bt-nt under seal. In the hands of every yonth
virij llinu I II bllC 1UI1H-
beut. unaer seal, in a main .nvi-lmi.. In an
I are... postpaid, on ixecipc ol six cent, or ttre
siami's. ' AIko, Dr. CulverwellV'-Marriaife Guide,"
pivw s cvnii. Auaress tn fuuilsners.
li7 Bowsry, Hun Vork.'poat-Ofllce Box).SS,
Is tha clao to Mt vonr chaan fiPDIT.
- - w
gank of g. D. Har:cr Brothei
i I J
We have removed our Bank to our new
Banking Housa, where we have every fa
cility for conducting a general Banking
business, and solicit the continued and in
creased patronage. We buy aud sell
Gold, Silver, Government Bonds and
Coupons casbod, and Collection mnde.
Promissory Note ami Business Paper
fcought. Draw Sight Drafts on Fug
land, Scotland, Ireland, r ranco
and Oermany, in sunia to
DEPOSITS RECEIVED !
nd Interest allowed at reasonble
fe-Revenue Stamps for sale. Small
OKORGK D. HARTKR.
MICHAEL I. HARTKR,
P. P. TKUMP,
I 11. it. wise,
I II. U.TItUMI'
pXCI I A KG K B A NK
TRUMP, IT UR FORD, WISE & CO.
in the old Bank Room in
Opjtoxe fin' S7. (7cit7 Uolt l, Canton, O.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIMS DEPOSITS
On all parts of tho United Slates !
Gold, Sliver, Promissory Notes, Gov
ernment Bonds, and other
SECURITIES BOUGHT & SOLD.
II. R. WISE. Pres't.
H. II. TRUMP, Cash'r.
October 23, 1S7. tr
WINGS DEPOSIT BANK!
CEO, , UABTCK.
Jt, V. BAKTKRi
Bunk Block, west side of Square,
THIS BANK IS DOING A
General Exchange, Deposit and Dis
count Business !
PROMISSORY NOTES BOUGHT.
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes Bought.
ALL. EIXD9 OF
Government Bonds and Revenue Stamps
on hand and ror sale.
and interest allowed on tim deposits.
The piituic will lind us prompt and at
ISAAC HARTER A. SONS'.
Canton. O.. Oct. 1. 1S00.
Having sold our interest in the Savings
leposit lsank. we cordially lecommeud
the Savings Deposit Bank of Isaac llarter
te Sons, (our succe.-.-sors) to the continued
and increased patronage or our friends.
r E l Kit I . TKUMP,
may 29. 1SS7. lv.
ITER EOSCO PI C VI EWS,
K. II. T. JXT1IOSY A CO.,
501 Broadway, Nkt Youk,
InviU th attention of the Trade to their
extensive assortment or the above, of
the abe, or theirown publicatiou,
manufacture and importation.
We publish over foar thousand subjects
of Stereoscopic Views, including:
Niagara, Catskills, Hudson, White
Mountains. Waslunsrton. baratOKa,
West Point, Mammoth Cave, Central
Park. Trenton Falls, Great west,
Housatonic. Delaware. Instantaneous,
Cuba, New Grenada, Venezuela, ine
Andes, China, Japan, ingianu, &e.
Our imported views embrace a large as
sortment, including tho choicest produc
tions ot Win. England, G. w. wnson.
Lamy, and otbej eminent photographers,
Swiizerland. Rhine. Pyrenees, Par
is, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales,
Pompeii, Germany, Austria, Italy,
Spain, Tuileries, St, Cloud, Trianon,
Crystal Palace, Tyrol. Herculaneum,
Fontainbleau. Compeigne, crsaiileB,
Naples, Koine, sc., vc.
THE LANDS OF THE BIBLE,
A now and intensely interesting series.
Alo. Illuminated anil Transparent Views
in great variety. We are also exclusivo
agents in America for "Ferrier's Glass
iews," of which we havo a splendid as
sortment. Agents for rrilh s Series
8 1-4x6 1 2 iu Photographic Views
Switzerland, the Rhine, Enlund, Scotland,
w ales, Sl;.
STEREOSCOPES. We manufacture
very largely, and havo a large stock
the best at the lowest rates.
PHOTOGRAPHIC JLBU M S-Our
manufacture of llbums is well-known
throughout the country as superior
quality und beauty to oil others.
.rill we sell are made in our own factory
aud our styles are different from those
any other maker, uuyers should not tun
to see our stock before making their purs
C II It O M O S .
Those beautiful pictures, that cannot
distinguished from the finest Oil Paints
lugs, at onetenth their cost, we import
laigeiy from Paris, Loudon, Berlin, Vi
enna and Rome, aud supply the trade
the lowest rates.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY CO..
501 Broadway, N. Y.
Importers and Manufacturers of Photo
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, aud
Little Boys Wagons dc Wheelbarrows
a largo stock and lor sal- cheap af,
Pittsburgh Grocery store of
WHKEL BARROWS so cheap
I I that uo one red bokrow. at
RAYKOLDS a RAXTON'S.
Keeps th cheapest 8TOV ES TIN
WAKE in tha city.
AS PIPE AND FIXTURES
Dice a3Mortiuent. at
BAVNOLDS A SAXTON'S
dTKANGE, tUTTRUK. KTery young lady
Kenllenian in tha united states can hear roma.
ihinx Tery much to their advantage, by return
(without charge) by addressing tlie undersigned
Thosa bating feara of being humbugged
obliga by not noticing tins card. All others
Dlaasa address their obedient servant,
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN.
ectltfell. " Ut Broad, aw Tork.
. vi . . .1 -Vt.
TOBACCO AND CIQARS.
FRANK M MURRAY,
T?RED. KEMPER & CO.
Havins nurchased the interest of Kemper
& Appel in the Cigar and Tobacco busi
ness, invite tueir friends ana tne pumia
generally to call and examine tlieir stock
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Which consist in part of tho
Seed and Common
Best brands of
i Fine Cut Chewing,
And all kinds of
PLUGS Dark and Bright.
Lone Jack. Virginity, Birds Eye.
Aud general assortment of
And Smkers' Articles Generally.
Bs2"Remember the Place, in Rawie's
ilea Kront, East T us. street,
June lo, IStiSif
RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE.
A.UTIFUL R E SIDENCE
LOTS FOR SALF.
T hav just laid out
FORTY BEAUTIFUL LOTS
in the west part of Canton, which I
sell on reasouauie terms.
Several of these lots are beautifully
situated on Tuscarawas ftrett. Some
twenty-four front on Fifth street, which
is Mere opened out bixi y ieei wiae.
Five front on the old Fulton Road, and
' the rest front on a new road laid out par
ailel with Filth street.
These lots will make very desirable
bulding spots, and lliey are situated quite
convenient to the business part of town.
Those wishing to purchse such zlots
would do well to call soon.
Canton, May 20, 1868-tf
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES AT
J REDUCED FRICES !
Henry Walsor has removed his
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
to his new buildings, one Block south of
the Nixon House,
Corner of Market and Liberty Sts.,
A LLIANCE. OHIO.
He invites all persons wishing to purchase
to call and see his splendid work.
On short notice.cheap as the cheapest!
&ftGlve me a call, before purchasing
e.Aewher. UESKY WALSEU.
May 15. 1967.
MILLINERY. STRAW GOODS &C.
EW AND BEAUTIFUL
JOSEPH W. GRAFF'S,
Millinery and Straw Goods,
Ribbons, Lnces, Artificial
White Goods, Hosiery,
Gloved, Corsets, Hoop
Alexander Kid Glove,
Silk Fringes, Bugle Trimmings,
Cotton Trimmings, Ladies and
Geute' Paper Collars, Cuffs,
Neck Ties, tc, ic.
t&Qood Goods and Low Prices !a
JOS. TV. GRAFF,
Mathews' Block, Canton, O.
JIKRMAN INSURANCE COMPANY!
OF CLEVELAND OHIO.
Otftce 2?: 10 Attealer Building.
Insures Bjildinge, Merchandise aud other Proper
ty Againta Loss or Daruaze by Fire, at aa low rates
aa auy other responsible Company.
IvLoesca honorably adjusted and promptly pala
DtaaoToaa amb atookuolukss :
Dr. W. Meyer, C. W. Schmidt,
J. Wairuer, Ur. Roeder,
John C-terlach, Henry Kraemer,
P. Schmidt, C. Mucimaun,
C. Born, and others.
A. Rettbuko, Pree't. J. Mukli.hr,
J.Mayer Vice " Vieo Pres't.
M. BUCnMAN AND FRBD. SEELBACU. Travr-
JOHN RABEK, Afcnt,' Canton, Ohio.
P. LL'ZIUS, Masaillou.
Juhr 36. lS6G-f
QITY MARBLE WORKS.
Dealer and Manufacturer cf Plain and Or-
MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES,
has recently opened a now marble shop
on East Tuscarawas Street, near Market
Squaro, in Canton, where Monuments,
Tombstones, and all work pertaining
his line or business, either iu
Italian or American Marble,
are manufactured aud kept constantly
hand, uavinc been t-nuaiieii in the man
ufacture of Marble work of all descriptions
for a number of years, be is well experien
ced in getting up good and skilfull work.
HeaUo pledges himself that all orders
shall be made satisfactory before delivery,
as be Is able to cive the best and most ma
terial, for less money, than any establish
ment either in or out of Stark county.
Money can be made by calling at bis shop
before ordering elsewhere.
March 6th. lS67tf
WATER COOLERS nice
v i uiap at
OLD FOR GREENBACKS.
DEUBLE & BROTHER,
Their old mtl well knows
To their splendid New JtSuiUung, east side of th
ituLiic square, one door aouth of Ki in ball Bros
mnd next door to C. K'hweitErB Hardwaro Ktore.
Theirnew buiIUme i fitted up in the latest utyleand
supplied with a full asortateiit of New Goods in
their lino, such as
Gold and Silver Watches
Of American, Knglish and Sw'ihb make; f'lockH of
every variety; iine Jewelry; uoiu of me
best make and cuutity; Silver and Plated
Ware; Mutsical Intitrtimeuts, nuch an
Melodeons, Guitars, Violins, I' iuteu
Fifes, Acconleons, kc. 8pfotacles
to suit old and young; Fin
TO?TS OF EVERY VARIETY
Besides Tery many articles not herein enumerated.
We are enabled to eUoht;si'ei liiau most others) as
e Huy for Uusr.
"Clocks and Jewelry repaired. All our work
warranted. Give u a caJi.
Canton. Ancu-t 19. 18ou
IRON ST O R E
WRIGHT & PENNOCK,
New Goods !
New Prices !
Enlarged Stock !
We beg leave to say to the citizens
Stark and adjoining Counties, that we
still continue to keep on band, and for
sale, at the lowest prices for tho times
a fine assortment of
POCKET & TABLE CUTLERY !
Shoe-Makers' Kit and Find iuga.
IRON AND STEEL,
Ropes and Twines,
Brushes, all kinds,
Nails and Spikes,
Locks and Latches,
Springs and Axles,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Bent Wood Work,
Moss, and Curled Hair,
Hubbs and Spokes,
Sash and Putty,
Glass cut all shapes and size.
Turpentine and Benzine Varnish,
rloor. Tame, Stairnnd Carriage
Whip and Canes,
Belting und Baskets.
And a great variety of all other arti
cles usually kept in a Hardware Store,
frGive Us a Call.
WRIGHT A PENNOCK.
I have made arrangements and am fully
prepared to put on
ln a complete and satisfactory manner,
It is undoubtedly known to all that
good Slate Roofing is the most durable
all roofs for buildings. It is also
proof, and being a nou-conductor. is safer
1 shall keep on liaud
The Vermont Slate,
The Peach Bottom,
and Slate from several other reliable quar
ries the cost Demg not much more than
a nine roof, and less than a tin roof.
it is uopea those intending to build
consider the matter.
All orders addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
J. C. LANTZ,
Canton, Ohio. March 4 18C8.
Blake's Patent Springs for Chairs.
They make a Sprintr Chair and a Rock
ing Chair out or auy common chair
Aroma to Agents largo, wend for cir
culars to A. M. BLAKE.
care of Colton House.
C04 Broadway, N.
Aug. 12, Stf
IJ. F. EAUUOI
QANTON MARBLE WORKS.
EAST TUSCARAWAS ST.,
Opposite' American Hotel, Canton,
MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES,
of American and Italian Marble,
Got up iu the
most appioved style
R. A. J. F. BAUHOF.
June 17. 18tf
"gOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE.
Any person wishing to buy a first
boarding house. Is requested lo call
thU office for particulars. The house
well furnished, has at present eighteen
boarders. It is situuled on the Public
t-'qaare.in Canton. Lease four years.
Bnt low. Call Boon. - -
Caton, July 1, 18C8.
L. BIEC1IELE & BROTHER,
MAKCriCTC&EBS Of AKD SKAL1BB IM
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET
Also have always on band a larga assortment
Cook, Parlrr, and Heating Stoves !
STEWART COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
Which are in fact the
Stoves ic the world.
beat Cooking and Heating
a"We WARRANT all our cook stoves to tie
good bakers and to trnv well, and we ucll as cheap
as ine c:ienu'si. All uiuum oi
WORK MADE TO ORDKR,
On f nort notioe and n arr'tnted
On r place in narnun M stand, on Easl Tus
carawas etret. (iive t:a a cull.
Oct,4.18r6rn3. l'.IflCHELE & WKOTHEK.
"IAN TON CITY WOOLEN FAC-V--'
hankful for taMt patrnnaxo. M-oilId moat rasnr-t-
fully inform hm irieuda and former patrons, and
tho public in gonenu that lie nag refitted ma facto
ry, 'on the eomer Cherry aod Third streets,) with
NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINERY
And that lie is ntw pr-ared to manuGicUire all
gOGit in ma unit on tne sriorteai. nooce, auu iu
a manner to defy competiUon with any os
tiiWitbmeut in tha Went. He manufac
tures CLOTHS, SATINETTS,
Of every description.
Stocking Yarn, &c ,
(t. 4 likewise prepared ta
SPIN YARN, COLOR, FULL, AND
Or to manufacture Goods for Customers
on the Share or by the Yard.
Ho has on hand a largo stock of goo
he will exchange for wooi or canh.
&Si,Ciisioiner.s should remember tba
is manufacturing this season at
WOOL ' VA A'TJL'D !
amount, of Wool Wanted,
highest market price will
Mav 22. lS66-tS
E GREAT AMERICAN
BUTTON HOLE OVERSEAM1NG
And Sewing Machine.
IU Wonderful Popularity Conclusive
Proof of its Great Merit.
The inoaeaso in the demand for this val
uable machine has been TEM FOLD du-'
the last seven months of its first year
This grrand and surprising success
unprecedentod in the history of sewing
inucLii .es, aud rve feel fully warranted
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
aaisa AusoLtrm.v tak sfst
In the world, and intrinsically the cheap
est; for it is two machines combined
oue by a simple and beautiful mechanic
al arrangement, making both the Shuttle
and Lock-stitch, aud the Overseaming
and Button-bole stitch, with equal facility
aud perfection. It execute in the. very
manner every variety of bewine, Riich
Hemming, Felling. Crding, Tucking,
Stitching, Braiding nd Quilting, Gather
ing and sewing on, tdone at the same
time), and in addition, Overseaais, Em
broiders on t he edge, and makes beautiful
Button and Eyelet-holes in all fabrics.
Every Machine is warranted by
Company, or its agents, to give entire sat
isfaction. Circulars with full particulars and sam
pies of work done on this machine,
be had on application at the Salesrooms
of the American Button-hole, Overseam
ing and Sewing Machine Company,
S. W. cor. Eleventh and Chestnut sts.,
Iustructions given on tho Machine
the rooms of the Company gratuitously
to all purchasers.
JBsSF Agents Wanted.
FRED'K PAXSON, Pres't.
W. B. Mendenuall, Treas.
ALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
I will sell my faim in Nimishillen
Township, four miles northwest of Louis
ville and eight miles from Canton,
the HarrUburg road, and forniorly ownod
by vi Werteuberg. The farm con
tains One Hundred fc Twenty-four Acres,
Ouo hundred acres clenrc-d and m a
stateof c.ulti vulion, the whole well-fenced;
21 acres choice timber, much of it
tiuet kind of oak liri cla-.s; two story
frame house nearly new, well luruished,
containing eight rooms with rumtry
provision room, good cellar, good
barn, frame, -11 by 70 feet, good orchard,
good wells at housn ar.d barn iushoitu
very desirable properly.
l-'or terms emitiire oi' the subscriber
JOHN S. COCK.
CHURNS OF ALL SHAPES
the best made and warranted, at
GROCERY AND PROVISION
just oponed in bis new building on
SOTJTIT CHERRY STTtEET !
the new depot, a large stock of fresh
which he will Roll
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
I will pay tno highest market price for
T also keen all kinds of rofrcshn ent for
GIVE ME A CALL
And let me try to do as well by you as any
of the folks up town.
Dee. IS tf--C7.
piTTSBURG GROCERY STORE,
Six Doors East of American Hotel,
Ts going right along in the old plnco with
MORE CHEAP GOODS,
Ami much cheaper unit better than ever
before. Such us
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, AC,
In eii'lle--s variety. Also n hru .tipply ol
Notions, Tobaccos, and Cigars.
Our slock of
CONFECTIONS II I
Are also Large and Cheap.
E3r Good Fresh Buttir and Earcrs
constantly on innil.
bSUHighest Cash Price always Paid
for Country Produce.
Our terms are lsyariably cash, but 1 will
sell accordingly ns "the nimblesixponee"
is what coucts in trnde.
LIPPERT V. CLASS.
Canton, April 1, lHij3-v 1
EW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
IN NEW "XORK CITY!
We are prepared to exhibit to the mer
chants of this auction the best selection
of Clothing ever offered in the
New York Market,
CHEAP, MEDIUM and FINE GOODS,
MADE IN THE MOST SUrERIOR MANNER
And of the Very Latest Styles.
We shall sell upon libeial terms and at
.We invite the attention of buyers, and
promise to make it to thir interest to ex
amine our immense stock before making
KIRTLAND, BABCOCK & BRONSON,
45 A 47 Chambers Street, ,t
OT av Silver BEeslal
WAS IVilKBD TO
RlRRrTT'.e. HAIR BFRTflRATIVF
ar"7 Sv the N. U. Stat Agricultural Society. I
f IU Fair, hidden la Kiuhlu, Spt. 28, li.
Tesetable Hai Restoratiie
Jtttorea Gray flair to ihn Natural Color : pro-
motes u.e frrowtb ef tha ilur : ctiftnra t.ie ".
i rouu u wieir unciuai organic nciion i cmui-
i cate Dan dm IT nd. lliunors : pryy)U ,
jiair laiuii,; out i la a nuponor irtBirff. ,
uconuiitsi no itijunoKri ii.pri'uirnia.
miu ui v niuai. piasuiar umu i ia.-
HDie arnoie inrfuntnoui uk
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Propri.tora,
MANCHESTER, N. H.
Bold by allDrncelats. 6eu28-T-l-ly
BUILD'NG LOTS FOR SALE.
LOTS FOR SALE.
I offer for sale a number of
FINE BUILDING LOTS,
Situated Near tba Fair Grounds, which
I will soil CHEAP! and on
Abo ft FRAME BUILDING; 20 by
feet, will be sold Cheap, and can be con
verted into a dwelling at little expense.
L. D. RIDER.
Canton, March 2. ISfiS-tf
Regularly appointed Agent for
WM. KNABE & CO'S
STINEWAY & SONS'
Unrivalled Piano Fortes.
CARHART & NEEDHAM'S
PHELPS AND GOODMAN'S
ORGANS AND MELODEOXS,
AH the above Instruments rully war
ranted. Address U.S. LELAND,
Mt. Union, Stark Co. Ohio.
'Tho agent may be seen personally on
Monday of each week, at the St. Cloud
Hotel Canton. Ohio. iniii-167 iim.
MIE FLORENCE SEWING
M A C 11 INE!
Tho Latest and Greatest Improve
ment in Sewing Machines !
This is tho fuvorito "Family Sewing
Machine," taking four diHerem stitches,
and sewing the henvist as well us the
linest fabrics, beaver cloth and grenadine!
Tha Misses McCormick, of Cat ton,
have used it for -two years, daily, with
triump :aut success.
ThiH machine is for sale e.id ou exhibi
tion at tho Misses McCormick's room
Dr. Mathews's Block. Call and examine
and judge. To see its work and the ma
chino in operation, will convince ull
Jdr-We chullengo competition.
MAfiY A JULIA McCORMJCK,
J.Uy 11. 8tvSif
Has the best COPPEB
Call and get oa
REMOVAL ! REMOVAL !
HANE & LIND,
Have removed their establishment to tht -new
buildiug a few doors east of the
Public square, where they have
on hand '
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS
All of which are warranted to give satis
faction and at prices which 3
Job Work and Repairing done on
short notice neat and substantia).
ngLiCall and Examine Our Stock.
HANE & LIND'S-
Canton, .Nov. 7th; lsr.a.
E M O V A L !
F. J. ! I N I) 1! man
Han removed his
Saddle and Harness Establishment
Near totbe corner oCTuse.ir'iwns fe Cherry,
streetw. Canton, Oiiio.
Ho will continue to make good work
and cheap. . Let all my old friends and
customers and as mrjy neyjDnpa as
choose, call and try me. '1: .
Y. J. LINDEMAN.
Canton, May 27. 180Stf
j b"7- i-'l
OODS AT A BARGAIN !
undersigned . having purchased
.suiah P. Miller, bis
STOCK OF GOODS,
CASSIMERES, . ,
uow ofier to Iho citizens of.Cinton and
vicinity a :;
lo purchase such
GOODS AT A BARGAIN 1
Also, having puichased the book ac
count of said I. P. Miller, notice s hereby
given to those indebted to said hooouut
that they are in tho bands of Wm. McKin
ley, attorney at law, for settlement; those
knowing themselves indebted, are reques
ted to call at his office in the Public Build
inga and make settlement at once.
E. BALL, , . .
W. IU MILLER.
June 5, '67. tf.
A RD W ARE von KV ERY BODY
We are i aily roeeivin.g
al ways largo slock of
additions to our
GLASS, SASH, &c Ac.
Which we are
SELLING AT LOW PRICES!
warranting all goods sold to be as repre
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST I
Thanking our customers ftjr former pat
roMRge, we solicit a continuance and in
crease of trado.
RAYNOLDS & SAXTOJf.
TOLEDO & PITTSBURG RAIL
JL ROAD COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given, that books will
be opened for seouring subscriptions to
the capital stock of the Toledo and Pitts-
burg Railway Company, on Mondav, the
sixth day of April, ItttM, at the office of
M. R. fc R. iruite, Toledo, Ohio; at the
store of Charles Foster, Fo.toria, Ohio;
at the office of Hon. W. P. Noble, Tiffin;
Ohio; at the Banking House of Geo. D.
Harter & Bro., Canton, O; at tba store ot
Geu. H. A. Stidger, Carrollton, Ohio; at
the office of Col. Seo. W. McCook, steu
benvilln, O; and at the office of Lloyd and
Black, Pittsburgh, Pa.
D. Spaulding, James Wallace,
S. M. Kerr. John S. Davison,
T. W. Hartman, W. II. Kincaid,
M. R. Waite,
'Truman li. rloag,
AV. P. Noble,
R. G. Pennington, R. W' Shawhan,
J. M. Nay lor,
Geo. W. McCook, ,
S, II. Hartman,
J. B. Hnbley,
James C. Hall,
W. E, Schucrtz,
James A. Sax ton,'
Jno. F. Kaynolds,
.1. Durbin, '
G. W. Lawrence,
H. S. Martin.
M. L. Fast.
LACKSMIT HS' COAL. -
quality and cleanness, secoud Co.
none iu tno county, at
N1CI!O S;n KV COAL MINES, .;
Three-fourths of n mile west of North
ludustry, Ohio, within 8i inllea of
For terms at mines, delivered on oara -or
hauled, call on the undersigned at the .
mines, or address N. NEIDIG,
North Industry, O., r Box 842 Cantor Ow
June 24, 1666U
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