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M'CRECOR & SON,
TERMS OF BUHSTUirTlOX.
CASK. IS ADTAKCK $2,00
A failure to notify a li i-ontlDUaore at tho il of
he tint subscribed for will he ronsidered the
same a a Dew eDgsgatneDl or snlscrlption.
sVNo psper will be discontinue J esept ..I lh
option of the pnMiMier.
v AltCII ITKOT.
1) j niNcnr.BY. i'lain ani oknamen
till l'laat-ror. tiaul.-ii, Ohio. Reference, F.
K. Myer. K-q'r, Canton. 9. C Porter, Architect,
TO. 1IOXIE, ARC1ITTKCT, I'ESN fMAKItl.E
BulMltik'. 3a Waiuut Street, rhilil. l.i:
7 euu'a.. Office hoars-S to 12, J to . Oi--JVr.I-l
HE. MYER, Aw miKt-r, Clove.
land, Ouiit. OJUce lCi Supurior SI.
r vr Koehler's (Jlo:binK 8urs Slim?
- T lMtuomsrs.
C -J.OEIOER. ORCCOIST, EJ'TTUPI'AUAW-
A street. Canton, onto.
1 O. WILLIAMS A CO.. niflT.tilSTS ANO
V. lhrmaceutit mid tJi-ncrm Henlcr in Urii::-
faint. Oil, Praent Medicine, ! Nlnlts, Ac
Fleet door Wot of Port office. Main atrrel. Alliance.
Ohio. rvpreacrtptioim pn-nnivit at ml hour
4ay or nijal. ivvvl
, KltmANT TA1LOTT
AKSM.OM K ITT. AND
Ii. .tester in Cloihs, Ctt.-oim
Fa rui-ceraa-a Sired, lii
inul'J a, Ohio.
bEMOCltAT A. M..l.reK..r
O Jt Bop
PuMihers, and flMia eud btiiw-y .tot.
TTIRAM TnTTKSTON. HOOKElXPF.Il
blanlc Hook Manufacturer. All order Irom
euroad promptly attended to. Hio-iiTT in II trior'
klock up etairsl. Csntoli, Ohio.
1HlNCtt X 11.S, l NhKKTAKKltS it K
taltc. anil All kiuUa oi 4..tin aiwH)k on ...
Two Uvaes ...way! tn rMdine-M. hnst -u.
DWIN SMITH, l'UOTOOKAl'UKIt. Jto., I'Alt-
l-J licular aiiuuliou
lvu U Cfipyin;; auu f.'ii
val Kranif.- mul Alhuim
aUMiUy on hatui. Itiooi iu MiUihow1
door aoulh klarkvt aqur. (Jautou, u
bl.M k, LliU
IH. 1. JKOHKIlLI. CUiir KU-
-mi ran ia.i ani
tturk'f.iu. l.'aiium, UUK ilmj' aL iirfafitl
wllb A. J. lluud, l. iill, r-ouui jiarkri ir. ei.
It.fotli inf., M. luu llft. l. tmutr' cul." )ir..niillv
aiuilrd t during day uli'lil. . jnlV'.ut:i
T U. 1 D D A I. L-DENTIST. OFFK'K IN
. 1 1 UuWrV 1111 k ItkK'k. I'aulou. Ohliw AM f
rratui. a la Mtfchauical lul!alry rlorturU in lliti
I itMt ami moat iuiprivtl rnauaer. lie wuuM antl
raovcial alleotiou to hta ttoltl Killing, 10 wh'i h. In
taa woitl of A. Ward," he l iiiaU l ly Ittw ami
a)ZClleil by uoou.
uw n4iura stwve i.uliel'. Iwelry ttiore, Uanton,
Okio, All oparatios coouecleil wiih the rfotxnuU
promptly ati.Qdi to. duo in
1 EOKHK U.
UAUTElt Jt KUOTIIEIC, It A N li
lt US. South alalicet Slwl, Cautuu. Ohio. Itu-
rwive leMNiia, Lmu Simeyt Ituy tiuhl, Mllvvr,
Moud auil t'oinfiouiMl Intrri-at otita. tx'hiiu
aoaithi and Sold. uov.C 07
MO. McOltKOOR. Attornny at Law. and thli
. eral t'liiltxiinjc Af:cut, Vaj'thn, JariMr Co.,
ati.aonrl. i Ui I If
HARVKY LAI UIII.1N. ATTOUNKY AT AV.
Notary FilblMiaa.1 MilitMry :lniin A,eul, Alll
auce, Ohio. X-ll.
CUAKFKR A LYNCH. ATTORNEYS, HAVE
lonntil aco-partnerhip la the f ractit-e of Law.
k rauolr, O.
t KOKUK K. BALDWIN, ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
va UanloD, Ohio. tunc
si-powte lb, bl. Cluu.1 tloUI.
1ELDEN Jt Mc K1NLEY. ATTOIlNEYS AT LAW
C1U.U, Ohio, otllco lu Trump' huildiuj;
1 jiiuo .'C iMil.
W. MuCORD. ATTORNEY AT. KWV AND
General Collection Aflr'nl, AllmmMi. O. All 11
e noaa entrutel to hi care will receive prompt
ettentiou. Oawe io Coiiiineixial Itlook uvaiAir.
f 1 KOIUIE
W. WAFF. ATTOKNKY
Ohio, lia prmaQeoti)
Canton, anit will.d.voto exflu.fivo aurnlum'
prartire of hia prolsion. All hillnrii entriiMtffl
Co hitu will Im, diliireiitlr and promptly aitendeil to.
Omce is llartet'a New ltlock np nun. I
lOMKril CKKVolblE. J. Jl'STCK OF THE
tl feace and Notary Fuhlir. oiht-u Norih-KHt
:urr, Futdio siuAre, t:antrn, Ohio, will altud
to SrawmK ili, morlcit'iawerN ofatlorily
tc. la addition to the Kuxlih, he aUo pka th,
t.ernaaand Freo:h laniio,;.-. tie will alu lro.
euro psmiiMirUi for p.raon wiahins to uo to Ku-
DEC OLE BKOTttttK, l"KALIilS IN 'AT li
es. Clocks. Jeweirv and miner Warn K.it
ido of the Fublie Hqnaie t'aulou, Ohio.
fiairiug done on short notice.
OSBrU A. IIBYKR. DUALV.U IN WATfllliH,
Jews ry and u y Aru.les, uoitiiwr.il
raw of Markrt rt-piare, t.iuilon, .
TTCHANaK HOTEL. JOHN FIKLWNU,
Vj nnatora. at the Uepot, t'tnton. Ohio.
A. Fisao. Olerk.
UOURBECK ALLIANCE HoL'Stt-
atthe btauoa, Alhao'-e, o. Meal. a.y n
rMitiuesa on tii. sxrisai oi tno .
ACKSON HOTEL, LOUIS OlILIUHKIt. I'ltO
prlelor. North Maj-ket-Bt. Cauh.n, Ohio.
IsEAL ESTATE W. V.. THOMI'SON. 1.EALKK
It, In Keal K-tMle. IUmirc. and huil.liufj Lot li
a!. neat Ilia New lHx.t aud Machiiia Mhop.
tsce a. me Amei lean Hotel. apra -wu.
COUNTY SUUVEYOU'S OFFICE
la located with the County Kecordor's
la the Wikldal KuildiiiK, mirth or lliookl
' Court nouns, C'unUin, UUio, where lie i-iin
tx found when In I bo city ; ir nol, any im
sluosa wauted cau bo loll wilh Jaitoli Ket-
Huger, Ki., County lUwordor, who will
rive duo notice to the undorHigucd.
The law authorized the County Surveyor
to take the ackuowlotlgiuciit of any iu-
edratutfjit of writing ; ho will therefore
wriui aud aoknowledKO AgrceiiivutH,
isortajtes, Dee.lH, AO., An , at tuir iru-tM
and wimmi the uuortcvt noiuf.
J. U. WlLI.IAKi. "
Surveyor of Ntark county, O-
Cantoss. Jan. 15 1S6.S.
LD ISlTAULISIIEl) IIOSl'I-
Tj Is On tho l-'rencli Hyilfin.
QUICK CURES and LOW PRICES.
Twenty Thousand Cured Annually.
I ir Taitse eontltines to be connitrntlaily bimI im
mmiuiii caesMistLoti on all fcirina if prlvalu tlliwaM.
at hi old eetaMb-ood UoeuiUl, Mo. a H.vr strrwt,
Albaur. New York.
Twebty years dcvott'il to this particular bitmrb
practlre. euablee Blot us M-o-irui cure urn a
Mkmr pkylciaa rant and L'a lt Hill.- arc ucb loe
tu lu correriMiudeuco with tlui aot t-uiiueul pby-
siclaua of the Old World) for obliuuu Ibo .l-l
well a the lateet remedlc-a air lh. diM-aac. that
tin . fler Indncrnu-nla to Uie un I. .rliui.it.. of a rapid
enre to be ohtained at no otiit-r nmre in Arui-nra.
In HrpluMla. Uonorrba). ttulrtur,, Enlargement
ut u, Teallclra. and ieriuallf oirus, tiuuo, l.-er--r.
a Thr,iat. Sore Num. Tender hliin tfom-a. t ut-
' uoiMia Eruplioua, Bilm, t'lt-i-ra, Alu:i-, mid sll oili
er isipuniio. oi me f" .
4tlctud to secret bahita, who have Impaired their
Jaeaitb ana tte.troy.4 the vliror of their lulnHw,
diirttflnr tuuiolva r nu pi,-aurca ol Marned
Life, are notified that in ronsuJtln
Or. T. tlu-y
as4 a friend to nouaolc.
a piiyeiclan who
lilt. TELLER'S OREAT WORK
or the Married nad thoae roiitemiilatfiiK ninrrfnc'
yai pages fbil of uUM price :5 n-ui. S.-HI
all parts nmler seal, by m.ill, MMt paid. Tbeile
iuarrled aud the niarrii-d hfpy. A Wvlnrc on
or bow to choose a imrtnir a Coaiph-te work
nild wtlWy.- It contains iinmircitn or mi-i.-p n.-v.-r
belore puUIUh.d i& ccut uui lo-i-.l will wi-cun-
cotirhjr return mail.
TO THE LAUK-S.
Dr. Teller still roUlu In Aiui-rh a Ibo ai'cin y
tu. sal. of lr. lcbol a llaliau rciualv uiomlily
Till, A" atoppagi-e, lrruv,ulentica . aud oilier
atrnctloua tu female,
tin recelut of oue dollar, the price her box,
pill will be ai'Ut by mail or express to auy pari
. ..... wirlil aprura from curioeilv or d;llll!fi;tl.
Olllon honrs Iroiu s a ru to -J p ui. aud ou Sunday,
( . a o m.
N. D. Vwraotis at a dint mice ran la.-cured ntli")ni
sd.lreeehipr lr. Teller, eiirlueiu a rtanttwire.
Medicine, urely parked froin olwervrtlon sent
, auy part of tho world. All caaca warranted.
, cbame for advlee. No aluileulaor bojra emploit-d.
xuiltcu this; addresa .11 letter t ''''
I Beavsr aU. Ablaut N.Y
SEPTEMBER 23, 1868.
Y O "0 ALL
ATI NIIKD OF
HOOFLAND S GERMAN BITTERS,
HOOFLIO'S GERMAN TONIC,
rr.arel by lr. C. At. .luckaon, ri.lla.l. Iplila.
Tlivir IntrotlnolLm Into thia country from Qtiraiany
TUKV CL'IiKU YOUR . .
jKATITEKS and motiiees,
And will euro yon anl voer cMMron. Thoy are
eotin-ly dilU-rei.t !'." from the uuuiy
prvparathma uow tal " the eoouLry
eall.-.l Hitu-i-e or ff 1 Toiilca. Thiy axe
no iMVorn prvp Maeaw aMAsrKlkun, or wiythtn
llkfonc; hut goud, honmit, rvlialle intMllcini' '1'hey
The grtaUtl K-aoioM rmttUrsfcr
Diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
and all Dlacaoe arlalus; from a Dleor
dercd Liver, Stoiuach, or
iMPURirr or rns blood.
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Pilca,
Fulineaa of Blood to the Head, Acidity
of tiio Stomach, Maaaea, Heart
burn, Diaeuat for Food. Fulneaa
or Weiitht is tho Stomach,
Sour rnctationa, Buit-
inir or riutterim- at tho
Pit of the Stomach, Bwiia- ,
miner of the Head, Hurried or
Difllcult Breathinif. Fluttering
at the Heart. A',HJ4v Chokinir or
Suffocating VS ena at io n
when in a Ly-VV ijlnuc Poeture.
Dimneaa o f Saaa Viaioa, Dota
or Weba before the Bieht, Bull
lain in the HeacL Ienciency
of Perspiration, xullownesa
of the Skin and F.yee.
Paul in tho Slue,
Back, Cheat, L.iinba, etc..
Sudden Flushes of Hoat, Burn
inr in the Flosh, Constant IinatriDinfrs
of Kvll and Ureat Denreaaion of Spirits.
Alt 4Am nduaU tUteatt ttj th l.vT or DigtUw
Organs, combined with impure LUxkL
Hoofland's German Bitters
Is entirely vesrtalile, and contain, no
llojwor. It Is a compound of Kluld B'Zk
trarla. Tlfi Hoot., (I.rb., and Harks
Irons which lUcao extracts are made
a re a-xlacred awawwaa-s 11 (irmnr.
All tlie incdl (7 Wrliml wlrtu
are elractcdA Alroi Ihcni by
a sc. I e it 1 1 U r -W.'ati-' chcmUt. Tlie-o
ilrat are then loruardrd to this
country to bo iiNed expressly Tor tlie
uauutuctnre ol lltc.e ftiltcrs. 'I hero Is
ato alrouollcsubhiAuc-9 ot any kind used
In rompouiidluc the Itttlcr., hence It la
the only Hitters that can Im used las
rases where alcoholie atiiuulaoits are
Hoofland's German Tonio
it s combination of atl ttt ingredient of tht Bitten.
triA rcaa Santa (V A'um. Ota n.7. etc R ia used
for Ike $amt tkteatrt J the litters, cajx whert torn
peer OjUomocio aiaww is rvifwr,a. im wm. wur
Mirtd that these rr(iiV, arc viillruly different Jroen
any others aduertitfd ttr the cure of th tlioeaxea named,
three bef octentilc yrrparatiuns ofmedteonal eeUrmcU,
whU the others are mere decoctions of mm som
form. The TON 1U u Ueciaediw one or Iht most ptea-
. . . . u- I ... .....J...
saiu and agrecaoiM remeaxr-s eorr ujftrw m. j
It t uM ' -rain'a if it a jcarure to take tX mhiio Um
lie-givinf, exhilarating, and medicinal ituatitics Aas
cuiiwd it to he known as the greatest of all limit. .
w)..ii .MffiFr, rVrmilM
,.. c .it. j l Itrl'itlto.
, i. . -t ih.I . ," hr nhuto
L.ej ' .'j-i'-iitf, rauee
, - om&mm l-'-t. .uut'e . sfo-
l i i.. -i i: l. ,,..i,inrr a sound,
et.i.l. r I.' i. 'l-.n- '.i:i:f J MM the
....... ...'. ti 'i.i, tiis jmtii ut
i,l. ..I', .t li:ill. iHl.l XIIU'US
,i: i. 'i iti'i'ii
: I. .
h :ip(i Ik lit.
i tii'fiivn sro
(! i t .
t 111 I ,'l.
i I,.- : .: n Li 1 1 ! i itli
.'3I1 fii:iik ,H4utH.
';!. - 11 lll'lif , Ol" U IIHl'l
I II I II
Throe U. mi ,ti.
.i utl iuf .
.air iv;. -t 'ntf Jro
ut.ur et'-ici-itr ..t-j'ftt
I, t the use
ts ' " t
I'J leeUti.il If-
:(.'tl'l"M V- J' 1
til.il. W. WOOD WARD,
CI. I. I ; li.- i of llic .-iipr. ii.. Court f IViiiiylviinl.
riiit.Ai'i.i iiiit, M.ii'ih iii, 11.7.
I tnl ..rf.t .I.'. I.-. Hitlers" it not an intom.
i.Olii.ii I'-i I)', " U '-l li-HI.; usrjul in atsoraers
i.l tht itiiistire oiuanss itnd areai IKHrJU in vas.s oj
Ui'ituu un.f Mdni ot H'i i-ctu iuIu'Ki ol system.
I bill's f lfv.
(,'t'fl IF. WOOOWAKD.
J-i:iM HON. .1AME.-J TilOMI'SON,
,lu.l; ..l lh.: finip-iio (.'initof reunayivania.
I nn Aum.rui, Ainii -, lii.
Irminlitrr fs ' lloolland's
Sli.wn,,, ktl, JIV I,-B"SMI-W'I
..,. in ruai- iom. ol attMcas m
a .1 i .. i...,iS 4i,r III miciMls,
IrMllt-i-rll I Itli I fom Ml v ctpcrmu,. v.
It. tuiir, ilin rciiffi,
J UII S VilOlTIPSON.
FROM REV. JOdKril 11 KKNNARD.D. D.,
l'astor of the T. nlh Kiptlst Church, I'hllsdolphla.
1 1. . ir.., - ihii t4i,:-f At oeen J reiiacnuo
reiiuestrd t" evnmcci my ium, wdh recommendations of
ditletent limes nj medicines, bat T'oardimj the yracUe
as out of my ufJ-iriu ijr, I hare in atl eases de
clined ; tmt with a clear yronj ill aru.u i.wunvM,
.ri..J i. . MM f.u lam.it u ul the usefulness of Dr.
tuua, tsuurtye. to trprtu aty. uli ouiictVUtfM Ltf fur 4ta-
llounana s Ofraait liiuers, I a.ynjoi wiw,
mrmi tlubiisty of iu v
alviii and vapucially for Ltvcr
Coiupbtinl, tt ! m
.ale ana vamaui.
ii r usr mil on.
sums cusrs u may
aw; ia tAntd'-y,
i d"uft not, a a4
fAoxs wi rujfcr
rmm tkt u !- um.
fours, sero rclpeetuay,
J. II. Kji.VXAKD,
SiihtS, teiom Coatos street.
fr.lfi,M,r. flmrman Remedies are counter felled. Tho
tho emnatore of V: 11. JSCkSOIl
IM front of the outsute trailer of each buttle, and
moose ol tho arfljl OLooen HI c txxne. Jia morrs arm
Price f the Blttra, 1 OO per bottle
r, a hair dozen for S Otf.
Price ol the Yonle, at AW per bottle
or, a hall uoaeu lor I tsv.
Tli. tonic la pat up lh quart bottle.
Becollert Vast it is Dr. tlvoflansts Otrmats Kernes'trs
thai ore so uniorrtttUw used emet so hiy.i'y recom
mended ; and do in."l J y f z"r
to induce yon to take k 1 inyi. -.
nt, u, it iw u t 4 "uu"i
makesaUrg.rtiroJLlmM-inmmmmo on St. 1 less stemo
aes will tn tent l) sfess to any iMuiily ujx-s at-iu:a.
Ova fe ttu
PnlNCIPAl. OFFICII, .
AT TUB OEKMABT MEDICINE STOH1S,
Ifa. S1 ABCH STB EXT, rhilaJUItJlia.
CIIAS. M. BVAIf S,
Formerly O. M. JACKSON & CO.
These Beniedlcs are for sale by Drp
(lata, Storekeepers, and Ulcdlclue Deal,
Do not target so tti. veil th article ftm twy,
Order to get the genuine.
a. McGregor, editor.
MONDAY EVE., Sept. 14, 1868.
(.'oiuieil nift i.iivsuant to adjourn
ment. Prost-nt "Vyant, Myers, Si-luuMer,
SiiNlon, Luiili-inatt tirul JMillci.
TIio liiitititus of 1!u l:ist li'iff'tiiij;
were io.nl :nn1 conGriiu-d.
Mr. Sun loii wmiM itiovo that tin or-ilin-imv
he in lrl iiecd riMfit'.diiiir tln
oiii vhirl v:h passi'it for the ojii'iiinjf
of l'lniil siiri t. in! nioimiK'tid lh.it
they I:e;;in :i;;;tiit and :s!-s t!ied:ilil
ajji'.iwn lii:lt liiOy can he recovered on
ilio :e who will he hc'ielitti'd.
Mr. Seh-.ieler M-t-i'iKh-d and the mo
M r, 'n'li tt' f.-r iiu.iv" d the City Soli-(il-'jr
eiiinmeiiei' liroi-i ediliiC-! to npj-ro-jiriiite
J: ti t i.-t Cur the Water Works.
M r. Al ilk i' si i'iiiiil"'"! aail I In- motion
Mr. Lahni said that (he directors ol'
the Cemetery Association had held a
ni.'cliii"., hi laU'c into considcral ion the
iroiK-.:I tif Mt. Pill.-ihiiry relative to
llie pasMa'je ol' pipe.-! connecied with
tlie' Water Wnrk.i lhrot!;;h tlie Ceme
tery, Mr. Saxhju inquired as to tho pow
ers ol tlte I enicterv Association.
Mr.' Pillshniy 'Xplainetl to the
Council the proposed alteration in the
origin al plan for jKissiigu of pipo in
. . Mr. .Launi pointed to tho (iiuitsitit-s
that mi;ht tuvruo to the lota.
Mr. Schac fer Who tiro the owners?
Mr. Lahm-They are those whoown
siiecilic lots for burial purposes. The
llirectorrt think that the Council will
lie doinn' no harm ly ;ivi:ia little
M r. Schacfer I certainly must say
Unit I r.m surpi isitl til tht liirectors.
M.r. I.luii said it would he a Ion;
time hofore tho ceinotery wouhl pay
Mr. Sciiaeler J am happy to say
our town is o very luulthy that the
Cinetery Association is at a Ii (titir.t
1 tlii ik thai, weotiiit, as tin; Water
Works aro for tho henelit or tin; town
and to avoid tiny niisundorstandinjj,
appoint a committee to confer with
the; Cemetery Association.
Mr, Saxtou-I moue Unit Mr. Schaiv-
fer he tlx; Committee.
Mr. Miller I second that motion.
Mr. iSchaefer Well, j;entlemen,
that is too had.
Tho motion wits adopted.
After resting for a long time Mr.
'allou's bill came up ag.tin and wad
The motion to pass was then put
mid lost, m r. Sax ton saying that he
lid not know enough ahout it to vote
tnd Mr. Miller voting no.
Mr. Schaefer said that something
should he dono to put the fire depart
ment in a fatalo of ellieieney. lie
thought the city Solicitor should he
iislrucled to draw up im ordinance to
make tho manayreinent more siiecilic.
They wanted a kind of reconstruction.
Mr. Wyanl, I understand that the
Washington l-'irn Company refuses
to obey any to. in unless one of their
MrSaxton, This should ho atteud
d to. It' thoro should he a tiro we
should he ia a ditliculty unless there
was proper organization.
It Was agreed that the city Solicitor
.should draw up a stiitahle ordinance.
xur. ellaeIer moveu that thir iaigi-
neer should go down and eslahluh
the grade on liiherty anil C.'herry
streets, and that tho petition for tin
piaiiKsKio walks hit reierreil to tin;
ouimiltco on tit routs, anil alleys.
Mr jVIiller sei-onili-d uml the motion
A petition was presented asking
that Cherry street ho extended North
toShriver's Lane in accordance with
ui ordinance passed last spring.
Mr. Schaeler said that as soon a
Walnut street was opened ho would
Tho matter was referred to the
committee on streets anil alleys.
I I. A. Fogle, for lightning lamps
on the .Siuitre, $G,)0.
J ileyer, lor 31 cwt of hay, $31.
Mr I'eneo for taking eare of the en
gin and keepiug it in order $(i0.
John Carnes, -10 bushels of oats at
Co cents per hushcl.
Mr 1'itUhury, thargos for survey
Mr I'cter Kautl'maii's bill $ l,(K)
Michael ljuigley's claim 20,0().
A general uiscus.-ion m eouversa-
tion too'c p a:o on various matters,
but nothing tlefinite was tlone unless
reference to committees.
After a general conversalion the
CANTON, Sept. 8, 1868.
li iar. l met iitirstiani 10 nojoitru-
nient. Alt the members present.
In the; matter of tin; application
Henry Cribble for the al it-ration of
road, the alteration was granted
at.-cordanef with the; viewers report.
Tin; viewe'i-s' report em thenpplica
Lion of (i. W. Lawrence and others,
was rcn'l the 3d lime, and further
proceedings ahjoumed till Oct. Mill,
- jN. Ncidig was awarded the con-
tlact for supplying the cout.ty with
coal, for the ensuing year at in cents
Ordered lhat the sum of $100
appropriated' to' the City of Canton,
for the Fire Alarm Telegraph, an in
.-itruiiK'iit to be placed iu the Ptibli
Ordered, That tho Justices' trail
scripts em file antl not allowed, lie; re
ferrel to tho Prosecuting Attorney
for examination and reoort.
I he Board proceeded to examine1
the IxMiks of Iho Auditor, oflice, anil
find the County Treasurer charged
with $-"i,o57,9"i; they then counted
money in the Treasury anel orders!
redeemed by the Treasurer felnce; Sept
, 1st, 1SC8 -and finding the omotnt
Srfcfry-a' t -o . ) a i uw 1 Mfj-wiM ai-W.tgCCgat
he correct; an order was issued by the
Auditor to U. It. ! father, e.-i., treas
urer, directing liim to turn over to
John Steel, esip, Treasurer elect' the
money mill ordt-rs redeemed as here
in together with all official papers
aiid books in his possession.
Ordered, That the $2o,Oim note giv
en by this Hoard to the First National
P.ank, of Dec. Oth, 1SC.7, for IJridge
funds, he renewed for Oo days on the
best possible terms.
Adjourned till regular term, Oct.
Ha nic.v r. Moii.-The Radicals in
Akron raised a mob and attempted
to break up the Pendleton mass-meet
ing on the 1 Ul Jt . They stopped a
Democratic procession a year ago in
Unit town ami liii-d it again last
Salnrd.iy, hut this time (hit Itadieal
ig'ger - worshiping - bummers were
cleaiit'd oul, atul eompelleti to make
an iguomiiiiotis "retreat; "leaving
their dead and wounded upon the
Held." Pily there was not "norv of
them killed. No Democrats wfiest"
The Uadtcalrs will find to there sor
row that, tiiey can t moo iemocraiic
print ing t liiwa, confine people in bas-
tiles for tut other cause than being
Democrats, interrupt Democratic
meetings ami trample under foot the
rights of white men as they were
wont to do during tho war. They
have not got tho 'Provost Marshal and
his guard:- to back them.
"( )h1 consistency thou urt a jewel."
The Itadieal party wants "peace!"
they advocate "fretlont of speech,
freedom of pres." and "freedom for
all ch'.ss -s.irresjK-ctive of color." Why
don't they carry out their policy of
'freedom and peace?" Tho peoplo
have pi ace though, and liberty,
too. if at the point ol the bayonet.
We ,;.i in for liberty ami lrcedom of
tlie while race, no matter at what
cost of treasure or saerifieo of blood
yea. t "war to tho knife anil tho knife
to the hill," but what the white race
have their Constitutional rights and
Wayne Co. Dem.
Our expenses only $ I(i,r l'.),000 per
month!! This is almost as much as
it used to require to meet tho at. mini
expenses of the government. L'ul
that was iu tho days when tho De
mocracy was in power.
The warrant issued by the Treasury
Department during July to meet the
rtqui.emeiits or tho government
amounted to, in round numbers, the
following sums, viz. :
Civil, miscellaneous and
Interest on public debt
2.dll ,000 I
interior, peusions ami Jnol-
Tolal lt'vr iy.000
iht; warrants Issued for the re
demption of the public debt are not
Only forty six millions in one
The Focus of the Earthquake—The
Area Covered in Peru.
According to the (iniifrcio of Lima
ill the data so far gathered lead to
the belief that the center of this ter
rific, convulsion was the volcanic zone
between Arequipa and Tanu. In this
zone are to he found the snow clad
volcano of Cailloma, theMisti, iho
Chinas, the Iluainaputina, the Tutu-
paca antl the Candarave. The elates
on which the shfieks were felt at the
different phices along the e-nast and in
the Pacific islands would seem to
hear this out, as tho earliest shock
was fell, iu the above volcanic zone
on tht; afleinoon of Thursday, Au
gaiist 13, the shock making itse.lf felt
at varying later elates both North
and South ol the said zone1. It will
bo interesting to know in what direc
tion the shock was fult at the difl'erent
points mi the; eemst. .
The area over which tho phenome
non was noiitred in Peru covers 1,070
miles of latitude and (500 of longitude,
Radical Sunday School.
Enter long haired teacher and short-
T. What is the first duty of every
child of Ood and humanity ?
B. Howl until he gets an eiflice;.
T. What is his next duty?
B. Howl for another.
T. What is ins chief duty in office?
B. Crab all he e-an, keep what he
grabs and howl for more.
T. How shall he keep him.self in and
B. By calling every one who expo
ses him Copperhead, rebel and traitor
with red hands.
T. What is a Democrat ?
B. A Copperhead.
T, What is a Ciq. perhead?
B. A seven -headeel snake, always
being killed and never tlead "the
worm which never dielh."'
T. Is lift dangerous?
B. Yes, in some places.
15. At the ballot box.
T. When; are they found ?
B. In every State- and Territory,
mil very numerous jn Kentucky..
T. llow are thev maele?
B.. By reading the acts an.ldoings ef
the XLth Congress.
T. What are they made ol?
It. Honest Republicans.
T. Do "loil"' unlet; holders ever
turn to lo Copperiifiiils ?
T. What is tho thief and suprenie
ties-ire anel longing of your nnr;J,
sinritual anil carnal nature?
T. What do you want to be?
B. A Cojiperhoad.
Exit long hair in disgust.
Tjik Ilads justify and approve their
outrageous mobocraev antl rioting
Akron ou the ground that there was
banner carrietl in the Democratic pro
cession em which was inscribed,
"Twin ndlcw jjopii-o (jreeley ami
What iiarty incites insurrection
j Road the Itadieal mob doings at Ak-
SPEECH OF COL. TOWNLEY.
Fun and Fact from a Reformed Radical
Fun and Fact from a Reformed Radical —Speech of Col. E. W. Townley.
of Indiana, in Baltimore.
(From the Baltimore Commercial, 27.)
Lnst night a large number gather
ed at. Democratic Headquarters, on
the corner of South street and Love
ly Lhiie, to hear au address from Col.
E. W. Towoley, ot Indiana, a prom
inent radier.l, who, since the nomina
tion of Seymour and Blair, hail lett
the ranks of his old political associ
ates, from disgust, and given his 'ad
herence and support to the Democra
Coiunol Townley was introduceel
by the President, and was reeciveil
with cheers and applause. IIo look
ed like a Western man. He is small
in stature, compactly built, with a
dark complexion and whiskers, and
a restless eye that expresses to tho life
subtlety, passion, and earnestness.
We prepared our reportorial pencil
with a full idea of the character of the
address we wen; to have;.
In clear and tlistinct voice, more
colloquial than oratorical, the
spoakfT said he thanked those present
for their kind ren-option, and he tie
tailed, then, the causes that had
brought him from Radical wrong to
De'iiioeratie Christianity. IIo spoke,
in substance, about as follows :
Look at the character of the Itepub
licans whom I have left look at their
representative men in . Oongress,
Since the creation of the world, was
there ever such languago usoel as that
between Donne.-lly and Washburne in
a delil?rativo assembly? It was
spectacle to amuse tho galleries ant
those who were there got the worth of
their money. I wish to speak of facts
to-night, cold facts, that will amaze
you. Here the speaker commenceid
to take olf his coat. I am taking off
my coat. 1 1 is not beeause it is getting
too warm, but . because I am ubou
spt;aking facts -tnd it is gettina too
tight for me. What have we against
"Cold facts" aud the military chief
tain ? Everything against their prin
c.ipk'S and the conduct of the party in
which they are tho leaders, and we
have everything in favor of Seyruour.
IIo is an enlightened patriot and an
unflinching Democrat. I never saw
him, but in this regard I am like the
young man who went to an old gen
tleman and asked him tor his daugh
ter. " What do you know about my
daughter?" asked the old gent. -" I
don't know anything about your
daughter," answered th swaiu ; " but
r 1U. .. (.i0ihos on the clothes lino
and that's enough for me." Laugh
ter. Seymour is a christian gentle
man applause- one who did not seek
the fifiiee, but whom the ofllce sought.
He lias no bonds no greenbacks ;
poor in all else, he is rich in principle
and Democracy. Applause.
AN ANUKI.IO OAMR OP " HIC.II IIE."
When the American people are to
judge between him aud his opponent
" two sixes and a seven" will not save
him. Did you ever hear that story of
"two sixes and a seve., ?" Well, I
will tell if to you. On the Wabanh,
where I live, at the commencement of
tho power of tho Itadieal party, a man
was elected District Attorney who,
trite to the principles of that party, at
onco went to work at dollars and
cents. He first, tried to break up the
I whisky sheips anil then he ferreted out
those who we;re in the habit of liand
ling the cards. There was an old man
there whose occupation was throwing
" high die" for the amusement of his
frienels. Ho was arrested and hold
for trial, in order to avoid which he
joined tlie Me-thoelist church antl the
Republican party at tho same time
They took him into tlie Amon corner
and he Joined in the hallelujah chorus,
and they said, " Brother. Bam, get up
anil ease yourself." Hegot up and he
saitl ho had a dream, anel his good anel
bad angels were throwing " high elie"
for his soul. The had angel, who
smelt of sulphur and felt hoi, threw
three sixes and ho felt that he was
lost, but the good angel threw two
sixes and a seven and ho was saved.
Laughter. Two sixes and a .aeve;n
won't save Urant anel Colfax iu No
vember next, for there are no gooel
angels lor thieves and the-y must go to
As to Mr. Blair, every, emo knows
aud it is no use being mealy mouthed
about It, that when we accepted lilair
vc accepted Ids letter. Whatever he
has been, he has been earnest anil
worked with all his heart and soul
As a military chieftain he has few
erjuals and no sujieriors, according tei
the testimony of (Jrant and Sherman
IhcnisHvcs; and with him, and with
Seymour at the; helm eif the ship of
tato we will ride in triumph through
tht; gates of November out into the
open s:-aat last. Applause.
What a strong (Joiigresst we have
vet they wen; not strong i iioti"Ii to
beat down the arm of the old man
raiseel to shield the Constitution from
their blows, They could not impeach
tho President, A hading tt-epublican
I said to me, " We could easily impeach
Andrew Johnson, but wo cannot im-
peach tiie Constitution.'' That Con-
stitution wos formed when men !egis-
latetl from patriotism, from honor and
for the interest of iheir constituents.
I Tho Jtaijii.ntl t'qnjfrfs liavp li'is,laieU
for interest. Tiiey have toni'-a few
planks fron! that t onslilution ; . liut
we; will plaoe tiieni liiii-If, ni' Iht-MH
hard and clinch I hem on the othe;r
side. Tht'y have accomplished since
the war what the rebels lajled to in
have dissolve-el the Union.
THE REHEADED GENERALS.
Wherever they had, during the
wart a Beinocrfvti(; General who won
victory, Ids head was cut off. They
held in t-heH'k Nelson, Rousseau anil
Palmer. But there was another .ono
tif Nvhom you have heard, 'General
Pope-, who had lis lieat (quarters In the
stiildh'. Herun the blockade; of Islantl
No. 10.. . He. did. no sucli thing.
was there. Mr. La Fargo; a planter,
a negro piloted us around that
island. It was said he capt ured fifteen
hundred prisoners at Kiddle's Point,
but they were only glatl to surrender.
Tho rebels, gentlemen, Nvent to
work, sworil in hand, to achieve their
ndependeneo and to destroy the
Uuiou, while the Radicals enslave the
master and destroy the Union Which
they have already robbed and plun
dered. Who are the;se men? They are
those who, before the war, could not
receive a single vote in their own
couuty for fence-viewer. They would
go iu government employ with a pair
of (shoe-strings and come out with a
whole tiui-yanl. Men will go to Con
gress for $fi,0(H) a year, gold pens,
pencil e-ases, stationery, knives, &c.,
and, in some iise-s, carriages and hor
ses. 1 am speaking the truth,' and
with their own fire will I bum them.
The; representatives of the South
were once of the first character of tho
country as statesmen and geutleuiejn.
They received from antl relleeteHl hon
or ou their honored ancestors. The;y
were high-inindiHl gentlemen, antl
who represents them new ? The
speaker hero, timid tho wildest laugh
ter, long continued, drew forth a black
carin.t-bftg from under the table and
held it up. This renew oil laughter
this is a pretty thing to say who shall
or who shall not vote, preside over
courts and handle the finances. Such
is tho factthis is a true ropreteiita
tion. I'll tell you the history of a car
pet-bagger irom my part of the coun
try. lie was a Colonel in tho army
and at tho close-ef the war was ap
pointed a Captain in the regular
army. He was sent to North Carolina
and was . appointed a Judge. Ho re
ceived leave ofalwc-jice for one year to
fill the dutieM of hit Judgeship. At
the end ol the year he resigned, draw
ing all his pay, and was electeel to
Congress by 17,000 majority and is
there new. Just think of it. There
he. is holding up the carpet-bug
laughter I. He fined a planter, wlien a
Judsre, $2."j0 for whipping a ueg.ro. lie
kept $100, gave $100 to the negro and
said he sent the other .$50 to tho gov
ernment. Now, if any man believes
the government received a cent, he
can just break me.
: Let us look at the contents of a ear
pet-bagger. Let us dissect him. Ho
unlocked the e;arpet-bag and took fron
it several articles as ho announced
them.l What huve we here? Life
and adventures ot that distinguished
American citizen, Frederick Doug
lass ; constitution or the secret Itadi
eal association it is in a dead lan
guage and none can read it but Bout
well, Butler, Bingham & Co. What
is in this bundle? Massachusetts
crackers, harder and meaner than
hard tack. We will go a little fur
ther. Hero is a precious document,
from its numerous wrappings, and we
will unroll it. Cheese from the
Western Reserve, There, Mr. Presi
dent and gentlemen, there is provision
enough to last a carpet-oagger through
a nine months' campaign. Laiigh-
te'S Can we liye anel endure such
things? Will not our hearts fret aud
break at the contemplation of tho de
gradation that lias fallen upon the
e;ountry? Never mind ; our troubles
will be over in November next and
(J rant and Colfax will get up and get.
GRANT AND THE JEWS.
1 will bet that they will not get a
Jew vote. I was there when that or-
eler was itwued, Jt was just before
the Yazoo Pass exhibition at Helena.
Every Jew was put ashore. A Jew
friend of mine was placed at night on
tho banks of the river with $7,000
wortli of gooels. In the morning there
was not a remnant of ids property
le;ft. Why did they send them back?
Was It becauso they feared their hon
esty and patriotism ? No ; because
somo Generals were fearful that some
body woultl get more cotton than they
elid. I have seen officers buy whole
stoambuat loads at twenty-live centa a
bale, 1 once bought thirty-six bales
from a negro at $2,50; auel thought I
was paying a high price. (Laughter.)
It was worth sixty -five cents a pound.
Tho war was for plunder aud to dis
solve the Union. I tell you so because
1 wag in it, I never took a red hot;
stove, but 1 waited ono day four hours
for one to cooL (Laughter.) I hap
peued to turu my back fur a minute
and some one had taken it away.
THE UNION DEAD.
Three hundreel thousand soldiers
died for the Union. They are buried
somewhere many in nameless anel
unknown- graves. Thoy left their
iged parents with their mother's kiss
upon their Hps, and her Testament iii
their pocket, and they gave their lives
for tho preservation of the Union aud
the Constitution of their exiuntry.
How many, too, left families of the-ir
own, gave up their lives lor this holy
purpeise, leaving their widows and
children to their country, who has
elone nothing for them. They are not
bhick, and the government can only
feed, clothe and eeluoate the negro.
Siqp a;;, in November next, the-so
men e-ouhl riHe from tho graves In
which they are now sleeping the letp
of tho brave, woultl they not vote
Jl.ink Jul ion Seymour arid Blair, in
oider that they might resume their
rest and sleep In peace with the as
surance that the saciilico of their lives
was not in vain, antl tlie perpetuity of
their country assured for all time to
come ? I am superstitious; I be-lieve
.hat the ir spirits will haunt their fa
ther.j and brothers until (.hey vote the
Democratic ticket, Tlie radicals have
the negro. Let thpm take (he blacks
lo their bosom anil t-mbrace them.
May that embrae-e be long and sweelj
ami if they are fond uf perfumery they
have It of thoc-lieapest sort. , . ,'
A BULLY FIGHT.
Colonel Townley reviewetl the fi
nancial fmestipn. takjng the position
that the law in favor of tho bondhold
er should le repealed, as it Is neither
just nor equitable. He wanteel one
currency for all. ....,.
Io 3,pokfl of the power of the.Deru,
ocratic "party to lift . 8,000,000 ol j their
people am put them upon their fpet,
and urged ai t. s theii best ift V10
coming campaign, and te go forth, ho
said, to battle with tho ballots. If
they throw your ballots out, then
march sword in hand, aud, using
Brownlow's language, we will fight
them until hell freezes over; then
fight them on the ice ; Nay, more, 1
will go further ; I will fight them un
til the ice cracks and breaks and lets
them into the hellish pit from which
as one people let us go to work. I
I sneak at 1 his
shall try and elo my part.
Alexandria Saturelay ni
shall speak somewhere every evening
during the campaign. I suppose the
newspapers will sew mo up, but I do
not care what they call me so they do
not call nio radical. Do not mix me
with such creatures as Butler, Bing-
hani,BoutwelI, and the rest, - We in
our country have a. way of treating
Butler. When wo want to abuse a
mean man severely we call him But-1
ler, and the name signifies everything
that is bad. We frighten our wives I
and children -by the w,hisper of the
name of Bingham, anel the;y shrink
with horror and terror, for they know
hiui as the murelerer ef Mrs. Surratt
Two sixes antl a seven will never save
any of these scoundrels.
He gave a vivid elewriptlon of ids
life as an army , officer, and of the
rv that took
J,... t 1r.
ge;neral plundorand rohbe
place at New Madrid, am
not want an oftice; I want no votes
for self, but for Christian Demeieracy
In conclusion, let me tell you my
State will elo her whole duty. Dan
Voorhees showed me last night a let
ter from his district.' The Radicals
have gerrymanderetl the Slate, anel
have given him two Republican, in-
stead of two Democratic counties;
but lie will be electeel in spite ef them'
and the State will go for Seymour and
You will do your duty hf re in old
Marvland 1 know. You havo al-1
" ' ' . " .1
ways dono your duty sineo the sol-
diers have been taken away. You I
have no Massachusetts liien'here now
to disturb you, and I bolievo that the I
voiceofold Maryland will be rc-ech-
oed from State to Stato in November
next, antl the continent will ring in
triumph over the yloction of Seymour
and Blair. ; in conclusion, gentlemen,
let me proiiejse three cluers for emr
The cheers were given' three times
over, anil the meeting atljourueel.
"They Can't Tax Me."
We have repettteilly heard jioor tiienv 'la
boring men say, remarks tlie aamjwtia
TiixpaMi, "Well, I have not got any prop
erty, they caa't lax me mucU J"
AVe reeeutly mot one of this class return
ing after a hartl day's work, carrying ou his
arm a pee-k ef meal ; wo accosted lain anil
the following conversation ensncil :
Well, Jones, how elo you get on ?
"Poor enough ! J seems harder to make
a support for myself and family than ever
before. I work hard, livo poor, don't
drink or lounge around, and yet It la all I
can do to live."
Well, that is not to be wondered at, when
you antl other laboring men vote year after
year, to increase your own burdens. Times
willl grow harder until you change your
way ef voting, and taxes will increase.
"They can't tax mo much, for I've got
Tltey can't, eh? Let's see! what did
that peek of meal cost you ?
"Do you know what it costs to raise a
bushel of meal?"
It ceists abemt fifteen or twenty cents. ' :
- "The loyal people say you Copper
heads are mighty hail people and try to de
ceive us workingmen, and I he-giii to believe
it, for I know they don't tax corn meal."
I think J can prove to you that corn meal
is pretty heavily taxed."
" "I'd like for you to elo it, then." ' 1
Well, the corn from which the meal was
made was raised on taxed land, plowed by a
tase-il plow, drawn by taxed horses, hitched
Willi taxed gears. It was hoed with a taxed
ke2, cultivated with taxed implements, gath
ered with a taxed wagon, drawn. Willi taxed
horses, thrown into a taxed crib, shelled on
a taxed machine, measured iu a taxed meas
ure, taken iu a taxed. ack and ground on a
taxed null, seived with a taxed seive, and
muted in a taxed pan, cut with a taxed
kuifo, aud lastly eaten by a pretty lieavily
VVhe 1 well I'll swan, Hint's nearly all
taxes. I declare to (I'aoioiiM 1 never looked
at it that way before, "
If k were not for the taxes you could buy
a bushel of meal for what that peck cot-t.
Besides, it is not on that alone that you arc
taxed upon everything you have to liny.
A jKiuud of sugar costs only 3 or 4 cents,
but you have to pay from 10 to 20,. A
pound of coffee only. Costa 10 oenLs, but you
have to pay 30, aud it costs you three hun
dred dollars a year to supiH.i t your family.
you may safely say one-half of Oils is tax.
Now is it ftiiy wonder that times are hard
and that you Hud it dillieult to live
It costs mo moie than three hundred dol
lars a year to live. . I used to gel only lifiy
fifty cents a day, and I lived a great dt-al
belter than I do now on a dollar aud a quar
ter. I see there is a great . wrung some
where, aud I am going to lake your advice,
and see if there is any good iu voting for a
change of rulers. I'll try tho. experiinpnt
an v now, but l must not tult old Squeeze, or
he'll discharge tne, and eal ine (l rebul ; hut
a hundred and fifty dollars, lax Is too much
for mo. That much saved would buy my
winter's, sugar, coffee, flour, etc., to last
me a year, and a boll or two of muslin and
calico for my wife and cl'ikhtu. How
thick headed I must be not to sec .this be
fore. . I begin to see now why old Bonds
used to eomo around aiii see mo just btiforo
HlQ pjepli'di and he . so . smiling and polite.
aud why Mr. Bonds would send my wife
some little nlc-natk or other. Bonds js rich ;
he gets gold from the hauk for his bonds,
1 woru io pay mai..- urn bonils are not
taxed. I pay $150 a year all in liltle things
evanalioxof mate-lies uo taxed. : I thank
you, Mr.-Editor,- for this talk; it has dono
rnc good, a ncw'llght lias broken in on me,
and I II pot keep it Hid wider a, huskul, net
titer. 1 11 talk to the men vhout it.- It
now all plain. , I declare I'll fiover , forijct
tho neck of meal !. ' . .. . . -
, Ve gave the honest fellow a hearty grip
aud passed on. more determined than ever
to work. for tho enlightenment and. rvdeinp-"
tion ot tlie toil-woru Bonn of labor.
General Ewing in Maine.
On the Stli iteneral Thomas Ewing,
made a fepeeehti a monster mee't-l
in Portland, 'Maine.1 Tho speech J
then delivered Is one of cousui.i-1
mate ability. This is the character or
his speeches, and he is, too, one of
first orators in the United btats-
our people will have the pteasu re
simply to-day give that portion o
Portland BPeot'h which deals witn
ilIlr itswuuuu, MiMKHui i,nuu
-sr sr at-i . a . ( .al
ma Horace eireedey, auu wo usis. tor
this extract attentive perusal. It
ought to shame into silenco tno liars of
who defame tho Democratic party.
General l'.svlng, amid reticweU and
prolonged cheering, proceeded to ad
dress the meeting. He sail! :
Mr. President : As I am a citizen of
Kansas, livim? fifteen hundred miles
west of your beautiful city of Port-
uud. I trust vou will not deem it ego-
tistical in mo to say a few words as to
my political antecedents, for audiences
often better understand tho views of a I
speaker when tney know tho point of
observation ho has occupied. Hear,
hear. I was educated a Whig,
Cheers. I cast my first voto for the
Republican party. So much was I in-
terestcd in preventing tlie extension of I
slavery into tho Territories -that I took I
fln active part "In making' Kansas A
free State. Tho war found me on Lite
Suprumo Bench the States nut -at
the call of duty this position I left. I
raised a regiment and, to the best of
my ability, servexl my . country
throuirhout the war. Ctfeers.l . I
havo the proMd honor to belong to a I
family of seven brothers and brothers-
in-law, six of whom followed the flag j
from the beginning to the eud of. tlte
rebetlion-all except one stood y the
ling to the last,' and that one felLdisa-
bled for life, at the terrible assault on
port Wagner. ICheers. Iu. ISM I I
lerc tne iiepunucart party. lUontin- l
1 "a." "--a-..". . ir 1
" cheering. it I Know my hoart, 1
u this course irom mo motive or i
ambition, from no personal pique or I
prejudice, from no hope of higher pro-1
motion in the Democratic ranks;
every, consldoratipn merely s-clflshj
would havo led me to cling to the par-
ty with which iny early assoetiatioiis
were conneeted. I left H because in .
that year It willfully 'viokited the
great; the solemn pledge to restore the
Union with all the rights of the sove-
ral States unimpaired that pleUge on
the-streiigth of which it obtained eve-
ry dollar of money and every' drop of
blood expended in tho war. " Cht;ers.i
Anel every day since I felt, and still I
feeif proud in 'tho eenflelouflnt3 that I
hael tho courage to leave it, because I
have seen It prostituting the vast pow-
era confided to it by a patriotic people
for the restoration, of the Union to the
destruction of the ten States which the
war was waged to .restore. Cheers.
In reading the speeches of the Re-
publican orators during the canvass
in tho State of Maine: 1 have boon spe
dally impressed with the faeft that not
one of them attempts to meet the vi-
tal issues now to be decided by tho I
American people. They devote their I
arguments to the discussion of the po-1
sition of the Democratic party in 1854, J
in supporting the repeal of the Mis-
sourl Compromise, and in lRlil anel af-
forwards through the war, spending
their energies in denunciallon of the
Democratic party, in issues all of
whitdi are tlead, and failing to meet by
manly argument the question of re-
construction witii equality ot States,
tho rights of States and of their citi-1
zens and the great financial questions
that now present themselves for tlie
decision of tho American neonie.
Cheers and cries of " That's so." 1 I
read a few days ago, in the New York
'Iribune, a report of a speeedi, seven
columns long, attributed to tho Hon.
Henry Wilson I beg pardon Gene-
ral Wilson lie wears the title ot Gen-
eral; ho got it very clieap laughter
and in those seven long columns 1
was surprised to find that tho people
got notliing but an Ill-digested eligest
of old political scrap-btioks. It n-
minded mo of the keen And epigram-
matic criticism of Viedor Hugo on an
ambitious friend. who had sent 1dm a
philosophical work for review, Tho
French author said to his friend :
"There are a great many new things
in your book and a great many true
things, but the difllculty is that tlie
new thiogs are not true and the truo
tilings not now.-- j am not disposed
to cavil with General Wilsou's asser-
tion that the Democratic: party did a
great wrong iu repeal ing the Missouri
Compromise, or that the Democratic
party in 1801 did not do its duty iu
preventing the rebellion.' I always
thought that.- But when he comes to
tuenew thing in Ids speech -that gives
point to all the accusations against the
DemoeiiatiP prtl ty, that tln?ro is danger
of tho Southern people rising up and
fightiug the war over again that is a
new thing that certainly in not true,
ICheers.)' Why, fellow citUena, I
have traveleel a 'good deal in the South
sinco the yar in the six or elurht
Status along the Mississippi -in the
Stutei ou both sitles and a more pros.
trate, poverty Htri.'ken, helpless and
subtlue-d toplo never were crushed by
tho strong arm of military power,
Antl yet these are tho sort of appeals
made to the Northern people by Re-
publiean orators fiuotlng to them a
statement of Wude Hampton, (whjoh
Wado Hampton haa siuce denied,)
that ho " woulel unfurl the Confede-
rate flag egain," or that other saying
Of Forrest, (which, he has, also, do-
pied,) that lib was preiared to "toot
his horn again!" Tlieso aVguments,
addressed to - the coward ie-e of- tlie
Northern people, trying to alarm the
victorious twenty-five or thirty mil-
lions with the ielea that the poverty
stricken anel subdued pexjplo.who ho
. . i - . - . i ,., ... , .i i
iu ene'ir icei. woeun rise nuaiu unit woip
them,; are arguments beneath' con-
' , , .. ,
tempt. ! ICheers. 1 heyt jnlght Ho
11 4.. ...1 I- S
vuiy wen. iu mime-si ao bojuo i:ci vuitn
miiUllo aged lady, but I think the men
of the. North have no far ed tlie For
rest idea cvr the Wade Hampton al
leged threats. Cheers, -Now, follow
citizens, I suiel that that argument
was not true;--and I -repeat j that PO
man can present substantial evidence
THE DEMOCRAT OFFKiE;
Havhii.' lately ucelvi-d ft now tuttlf V JOB i'
EIAL;tHnow fni'ttishcdm V style YJilaal to ar
cotiuUy oflloe lu Ohio, livln - '
TWO PO WER "PRESSES, s !
a full agiwtiueDlof-the' litert atylca of Tyt
lth Uio oapaJ reilUU fur.dolnK wark.of vef
deeerlptlon In tho beat of atyle. au a rCaaonali
can bo douo in any ftrat-elaae city ofllce.
CARDS, PAPEB.rEKVII.QPE8, o., j
f '. r Always kept -
forlowu party exclusively ?vNo. i "i'ae-
tl.ii .li.jr,swirihll fill the taut 4f-4n
I1U k IUJ'' . we X J
considerable miiMher -I may any ii
numbcr 0l Southern men Uj rlso arpl
rol)0iioll ajrtuufit the authority
Uift aws and Constitution of the Vn'j ;
Bta( The statement id a falsi!
i1o0(j; intuiting to the lultlllgeue-e an?
(.fofmntion of tJ,e enlightened and- .
to whom it was addseu i
r.hcer8 i . ja addition to tho argv"'
rorthern people. Mr. Wilson alSeiaiij
dresseU a argument to their gritf
tudd Uinittiiig aitogfoner 10 uisciu
the question of public expenditures
icaving out of view the great qiwstlo-
fl,,ance, ignoring the present iosr
tion of the Southern States or their fij
ture prospects, ne appeals to tno Bens
of gratitude of tho Northern pe-opUj l.
come and give a renewal of power tv
the' Jtopublican party; which ha ayo i
triumphantly carried on the waii,.
" Oh !" Well. now. fellow citizen
it is true the Republican party corf
ducted tho administration during 11m
war they filled all the civil cilices
the government. Almost ail the gerj
tleraoii who sat on cushioned chairs h
the Capitol at the rato of forty-11 r'
elollars per day, while the.ranjc any
file were being shot down all the.yd
were itopuutieans. " Hear, near.'
But the gratitude etue by tho Amer .
can people is not to the nien who coil
ductod the war by lroidtng ciyil ofllce
in the rear not to th men of lh
v, tisoti. sciiuoi, u wuoiu mv'to.ai
many in both houses of Congress, wli
filled up the positions of theqliartei.
masters' and commissaries' 4ind cor
tractors' departments with thei
frieuds, who( pever saw.rebel flre ei
eopt at Bull Run and then stampede,-,
at the; first.flash. Cheers. and laugl
ter.J I do not think that the patriots
services of the party have been r
Ttitig, thatntliey have a right W ca1
upon the American people. In grat
iuuo, tet give uiem a new term oi PQW,
.u - a , al . H ' .1 aw n
or- v mj tuo qui-ion oi wnoouiri ;
te ar, iook. to iuk aiqwaiB 1 1 ino i
publican administration from fhe.o
ginning, J Did, tUey apieui, tO:..thei
appealed to tneylHU'tii ptyyreitti
specti vo of party1 Uv the' ViiieVlca?
peeiplewho had giowif up with a Iov
ofjilit Obn9U(utionj 8 faitl it jftje?
hearts io rally around the fhigan.
restore the Constitution and relyin'
upon the solemnly pledged faith of tli
Isepublicau-ortlce-Iewiders, the peopl
of lne North, irrtapet'tlye of politlca
party, joliienl the army and fought th
rebellion "successfully. Cheers.. Ir
proportion to their numbers, ln ! a'
most every 8tate of the; Union, ai:.
much -more than in iroportiou tf
their numbers in many States, th:
Democrats of the North and the hor1
der, regardless of the apprehensioi
that tho vast power confided to thj
Hepubllejaris would be used for men
party dominion, left their families an
businessat home and jedneel the Uniof
army. And I assert it is a fact, whict
any Intelligent computation wlU beai
oat, that mart for man the Denocrao
Contributed quite as much to tlv
ranks not quite so many officers, per
haps as the Republicans. Thfr De
mocracy contributed its fair share o.
distinguished officers, too. Of the sol"
diers whose names arc illustrious an
immortal, the Deniferacy havo a rol
as proud as that of the RepHbsiean '
They have a Hancock, a Cbprdof ,
Granger, a Slocum ; chcera the?
havo Franklin, Rousseau, ,iMcCier,f
I natttl and" Rosecrans ' chceas" thej
havo that gallant Iiero, George B.Mc.f
Clellan great cheering and no
least, Francis P. Blair, whose, litth
flnger at the beginning of the tir gavr ;
more of aid; to the general govern . j
meiit than tho whole body of Radical1
who filled places in the United Slate
service cheers he who saved tiij, .
great State of Mlssiinri "and the ljreaj, $
city of St. Louis by ids great fua-eeas'i j
j and courage .to the Union.. A voice r
1 - Don't leave out Porter." No ' " .
I would not ienvo oiit the name of aur .
j gallant soldier. J could add many t
more did time permrt. A voice" t
" And yourself "cheers. t
ViWt gentlomon of tho Republican" ,
ranks have now grown exceedingly l
valorous. These genlle-meu, MJr. W u 1
son and Mr. Greedey, who dvoteel a! j i
most, their whole timeduilhg the wai- t
to intrigues against tlio administrah
tion to intrigues against President,;
Lincoln, who was conducting that yaf
irutniuiiy lor-the restorayonT.or the ;
Union are now, I say, excefldiugly'8
valorous. 'While tlie war was goings '.
on Greeley continued to insist tn the
necessity of patching up a dishonoia
bio peace with the rebels ; and now ht
says-ln the Hume is.iieof his paper In" ;
which appears Wilson's spepth thaf1 1
it was a great misfortune the war eod- :
ed so soou" ! . He says i it ought to liave
been.'pro.Wmed until we had hi-okn ''
up Uie reU l army ami. hunted them,'-
uian by mau, into the swamps and
starved i(iem to tieath. Oh! the val
or, the exceeding patriotism of , tihese
ineui on paper. Oh! the valor and pa-7
It not ism of Greeley, who rushed up to '!
I the Canada bender, eplleaguiiig wkh"
Geort'it N. Sanders aud Bevel ! v Tiick-
er for a dishonorable ;.peaee, who neter j
risk tt I Ids hotly eveir throuuh euriosl- i
ty. aa Wilson did xtt Bull-Ilun, and
wiV now says it was a terriHv; misfor-l. ! i
tune that the war ceaseel so soon." ' !
Who would have been the Hturers itr j
tho war had be-en pimhtHl on ? Woultl ? i j
Greele-y, taking his ease at home?'' ! j
Ask the Union eeddle-rs who fought I
tho war to a buccoss lAid then stopped " '
it at the suggestion of patriotism and"! -
humanity. Cheeks. 1 Th vutr of1
Greeley was somewhat of the stamp ol,
the, valeir of Falstietf, and FHlstatf's j
stabbing the eUwl Percy affords, no in-, f ;
apt illustration of the; etefnt of Ms. . " i
achievements. IC'hocr and laughter. j
Horrible Murder near Cleveland.
. . , . , , 'u r '
On Sutnidav night u-jst. Mr. P. 1
Ski.mer.livlt.g in tlMTfownship or In-
. .' . . . . .a. -.'.-I '...it f
t ncpeiiiii;nct,1 toiin- live t;r Mi noa'Sij;
from !levehintl, was' killifil by bug- T
lara, who eiiteto-4 Hi;; Iiouhc isw-Jy: in ,
the evening for. the purpose of , robb- '
ing tho premises.. "Three of Uie , sup- '
posetl mtirelerers iVavo 1een arrested;
and thefouvth-i-naineel WniJ lirlelt, t
is bedng tiharply pursued hythe police '
a rewanl of $500, being ofi'ered Xilrr hi