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A. M'CRECOR & SON,
PUBLISHERS. . ,
TERMS OF BTJltSCRIPTION.
CASH, IV ADTAXE, - -
A failure la aoury a Ji--ouauc at tl.e oJ of
i 11m awbecrtbed for will b eoa;ii.-Td th
aasa MB nvwngarn;ut or autacrtptioa.
irSt neper will b discoutmasd srr-T- si In
t , of th publish!.
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1J J PUNCUUT. FLAI AND OJlSAE-,!
tal FluKni. Canton, Ohio. noetf "J
y nrwl. Can lo. Ohio.
- C. WILLIAMS CO.. PRfOGISTS AXD
J 1 . PharroaeenUet and General Dealer la Dmfl
Paint. Oil. Patent Jelele, Dy Stoffa, .
Kim door West of Pot ofltce. Main street, Alllaae.
,. aar-PraacripUoaa prepared t ail ;
aa J IK ,!,
KRCHAST TAII.OR ABSALOM K1TT. AMD
waaier la Clolua. Caeiar veaaiua. --
a Cloiuio-. an. Kae ru-carewa Street, Can
STAIlh. COUNTY DIMCCnAT A. MoOreser
abia. Publiahan. aad Plata nd Fancy Job
HIKAkt TUrRSTON. BOOK-BIXT1EK AXD
Wank- Monk Maauiaeinrar. ail
aoraea promptly aiieanW to. ttis iry la II rtr s
' filorlt up alalia!. Canton, Ohie.
11XC A UaAS. CNDEETAKUIS. XK
1 iaic, aud all kmda 01 coitioa lwj on Land.
Two Hrftrac alwaya In raajia-a. Baal cud
' Tuacarawaa tra i'anloo. u, 2
PIlOTfKiRAf II Ell.
iVriwis sifiTn", rfioTociKAPiiku. pak
a tirniar atuuliow clrea to citn and w
lart-iair pictnrca. tvl Krauts aua Al'inma cta
acaatlj aa baod. Rix.ma la Mutlhcw' kJl x-lt, Hrrt
floor ai.sth M trkulSxuarr. C'n(c.n. O. laiila acti
. a nwrrawM, K.7 ! r. air. r.
Drh. hpfmai 'ipro:(EoPATiur
PhVMcluaa aa.l Snrr"Jaa oatca, Canlilj O r
w.r, floor. Canton. OMx
Dr. Malp wll' pay asocial atu-tilioo t diRaoa or
tai: e and jtr. . " tf ,
l U-M-Ur'- Bn Biv Ohi. All p-
r '. at" M'Tha1c lloattatfv r4rrmnl la ih
la t and tnoat taiiroti rraiiarr Hr wuM i-all
w-iwia' atununi U hi Uid ruling, in an ch. In
h word of -A. Waid." bi i e-jua l- d by t-m and
axcrilii h oon
O C'RT.iSM iNTWT A, J. Dot D3."'t)rTI a
O :r abor. Deuhrl'" lrlTir ii.rr, t'-Mil'.B,
Obio. Ml oprratloa ronoortad with tha prnncn
promptly a n-i 1 to
GCOHOSD. UABTKH unoTQKn. UANK
klta, auoth Market Hunt, Caotun. Obln. Hc
aira Dpo:i, Loaa Moaay, Boy Oold, SIlTar;
B o1 and Cnrapoasd Intaraat hotea. Iicawre
onttit aad Ham. aoT.atT
v. Ktwait. - tHojtnoa.
1BRCK At TH OUrS ON. Attoraeya at Law
Aro. Ohla. jansr -aa
rM. McJfJNLKr, ATTUK.ta't AT LAW,
. laaloa Ofrl.. Vffltt u j rnaip a uouuuic.
id rtory. t juna wot.
t tt. Mo()&iOii, Altofotn at Law. and Gra
Ail. rral CuUucuns Axeut, Cartbaicr, Jarper Co
Mjaaoorl. octJItf - .
HAUVKY LAU4.UUX. ATTORNS S" AT LA.
Notary Poblieaod Military Claiai Afcn'. Alif
aace, Ohio. tll(.
OCnAIFKR A LYNCH. ATTORNEYS. HAVK
O formed a e-partnrahip la the PraeUe w iw.
OCjrt canton, start rooolT.
GKOHUB . BALDWIN, A lTOKSSf AT LAW.
Canloa. Ohio. OfBoe la Trump'a Bulldina.
araoalta tn tH. Clotxt Hatei.
J; W. Uot ORD. ATTOESET AT LAW AND
General Uollacaon Arent. Allraaoa. O. All bu
waata aatmaied k hia eara will raoata prompt
atteaiiaa.' Oraaa tm Coaaaaarclai Bleak aasiaire.
CTBOHQ. W. XArT.'ATTOSSXY AT LAW
X AJaaAaai, .Ohio Maa parmaaantJy located In
1'antra. aad wiil.derota axclmiva atientioa to the
wraoue or his prbfeaxion. All aoainaaa eaftruated
So him anil aa dthraaUT aad praasptly attawaad to,
OIBo la HarterB New Bloat; jap ataira.
Jcsjcrn cKKvoisne. J.. jrercx r tub
raaraaad fcotary PablKj.' Otneo Mortfc-Iaat
oenar. raolia aoaara. Uaneca. Dhto, will at tea J
, wraaaaa: e-ede. Bartawaaa.aawara afattoraey.
m. laddiioath Kagiiaiwha aia apaaka the
reoiaa aad r raaeh lanuars. B will alaa pre.
a liaaaaotu for peraoaa wirhln to o to Eo-
at. , ' '
I Mekeraad Jeweler, and Da aler In W ate bee.
Oocka. Jewelry aad oiWerware. Urpalrlng reelly
nra.a abm-taolica. No. I Opera ""','?:k
-... -.k.. wfit 3 'Of f
DKUBLS UKOTMltlt. UtAURS W WTCH
aa. ClovKa, Jawairy and ourer war Aua ImI
. aid the Puulra aquaia Canton, Ohio, era-Heparin
dana on ahorinotica. . .
' TfWEPII A. XTtTE.DKALltn IN WATCHES,
1 Clooka. Jewa ry aad Paauy Arttelea. norUiweet
rarwral Market Square, Cantan, O. 0. Repair
s' a Waatw. Clorka and Jewelry aai ffackinly
DAN1KL SOURBBCK ALLIANC HOUSK
atthe Statia, AlHeoca.O. Meal alwaya in
aadinaaa an ua arnral of the CiKtJ-,.
JACKSON HOTKL. LOCIS OHLIGHEK. PKO.
prietor. North Marketl Canton. Ohio ,
T B. SI'CREA A CO., FUBMTDBK
J , Tbalcbs, Kast TuBCrarr9 iitra3t.
COUNTY SUHVEYOR'3 OFFICE
I Joca-tod with th Oonnty Recorder's
In tho Wikldnl BatldinR, north of tht old
Court Hoaao, Canton, Oblo, where he can
' "be found wbn In th city if not, vny bu
ines wanted can 1 len with Jacob -vap-linger,
E-q Connty Recorder, who will
" Bivo due notice to the undereipned. .
' . The inw authorizt-e the County Surveyor
' te take the acknowledgment of amy iu
'" atmtnent of wriiinw ; he will therefore
"" wrlle and ack no wit-due Airreotnenta,
MortgHRe", Deed. &e Ao , at I;Ur price
avnd upon the ehortaat notice.-
J. O. WILLIA.KD.
Surrey or of Btark county,
Canton. Jan. 15 1808. , ' .
;;pOR .SAaCb! ' : -A
' ' A LARGE NUMBER OK
- ... 1 And over 200 Valnablo : '
., z n wery rwiaonaule W-rma. .
: . : Office Ho. 'iG Liberty atreet, opposite
iibe Wall-rAble Iron Worka, Canton, Ohio.
n .novU5lf - .. W.C.TUOMPSON.
T Air On the French eyatem.
4UICK CURES aud LOW TRICES.
Twenty Tltootiand Cored Annually.
TH. Taller contloae t be eonadenUally and ao
. oe laftally eoasniled an all forma of pcival dlaeaaea,
at b la old aatablUhed Bospatal. Ko.i Bearer (treet.
avtoaaur, aiw iut-. ,
1 WWAT T-H,r VJ . ,w " ' - f - -
wrertire. enable hi a to perma enrea snch a no
other pBTatctan can; and Ma lacUltlea are each tba-
- - 1 . KW IK. nM-f in '.ii.nl rthv.
in la QOllllluuwnK rj
atclaaa of the Old Wort a) fir obtaining Um aaiest aa
. . . l v . .4 1 ttr li rl i a.-. that Be
PHI H IH UUOTI ,w. "
aa jffer Indncemtnta to th nnfcJTtnaatoa.of a rapid
jjara to be obtained at no othr aaV In Amarira.
In BTPhilll. Oonorrae. Utile tare, Kalargement
.eled Throat, bore Noaa, Tender Stun Bonae. Cuta-
tpaoua irepuona, uitee, .ii-wa, "vvi -M -v.
addlcM toarera aaMta, who hare bnpaln a bair
. ... . t wte Atkuir minda. una
deprrrux IBeaaaalvoa. of tea pleaauree of Married
,, Lite, are autuUd that la vuuiune in. 1. tney ui
And a friend to touaal. and a phyaidan who ha
area tuoa-nnda. r
, ' at Ike Married aad thoe aoaaanplaUuKOiariiAra'
. all baaaderaeaf. by mall, poat paid. Too licle
aaarrMHi and Iho mart led happy. A letrnre-on aora
or how to ehooe a partner a enmplotw work oat
'mid wtlery. It contain kaadaoda of seerat never
. Bure pabHanaA a eeaU ancaoaaa WIU aecarae
opy by cctura aaail. 1..., i
Dr. Teller atUl retain In Amerii-a tha arvney for
- he Bale of Dr. Vlchol'e Italtaa Female monthly
ItUa, Im torpaea, lrre.ralartt.Lee and ether ao
Dili will be seat by mall or express to any part of
xtM world secure from sartoslty or damaire.
OlUc hoar from a m to p w. aad oa Sunday,
1 a aa 0 p m. - . .
t.B fci-sons at adlstanaacaa b cured at noma
. rf addreaaLng Dr. Teller, ani-JUKla a rrmiitanc.
Ml.ciaurely packed from oliscrrrtlon sent to
' 1 ury part of the world. All ee warranted. Mo
rjiarra r sdrle. Nn vtodnutaor boy aaiptoyed.
ntaoM thist sililisss ail lot Lara to
, , , Boaear u. AMn M -T
B, F. CONNELL, M. D.,
1 . 1 , , - ,
... .1 Uotncvpatblc Tbjalclan,
, ; . ' '. CANTOK, OniO. '
-"-Omceand Residenceoppeite Poat-Offlce.
' iRefer to Faculty Homaopethlo Medical
Col lea of Peni yUaniaairj.Uade!pbla.
A.1bo, M. Cot a, M. D., iVltuLurah, Pa. , :
, . roartnal t-
. a. tLd
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- 1 7, -.CANTON, STARK COUNTY; OHIO, APRIL 14, 1869;
'-" I .VlOTOVllHrAVV ' ' '- A
fD I A A ' LJA: : VC.C A,'' Via nT;. I "
nava mu av
HOOFLAHL'S GEItMAH BITTEHS,
HOOFUND'S GEBMU TOSIC,
lie pared by Dr. O. U. Jackaoa, Phlladalphta,
Their latrodactfoa k.to lhla so us try from Oeraaaay
THKT JDV&XD TOUB ,
FATHERS AUD MOTHERS,
And win ear yon and yonr children. Thay are
entirely dltfareatem-aaB Bav-aaBtreaa th aaany
prepaiatlona bow , , 'J i in tha - country
aaued Bitter or ' t ( i I Tomoa, They ara
no tavern prepa aavaMaa-a aaaUaairatlon, or aaythlnc
likeaae aat geod, ftuneat, rettaai atedlelnm The
- HwfraKiai Aa.wa nuil.nar
? 1 Blseases of the Kidneys,
. ; cauPTions of the srin, ;
Hi all Dlaaaae aLTlalaw fro an a Dlaer
Aaraw. Liver, Stomach, or
. utrxrmiTT or tbm blood.
. j .
OonaMpatlon, Flatalanoa, Inward Pile,
ynllnaaa of Blood to th Head. Acidity
or tha Etomach, Nauaea, Haart- . .
mm, utevuat for rood, irulait
or Welitht La the St
Soar ' iirootatioBa, Slnlc-
lna or nnttarinc at the '
Pit of th Stomach, Bvim-mlna-
of tl a Head, Hamad wr
Dlfflctilt Breathinc. Fluttertna
at tha Heart. m L v Chokinar o r
rha In a I-A JJL? Poetare,
X 1 m n a of aamaaw Vision, Dote
or Weba before thM
eieht, - Coil
JPaln la the Head. Hc&dmcw
ax rarapuration, Taliownaaa
' of the Skin aad Kyee,
Pata la the Side,
. . Bank. Chaat, Idrpria. eto..
- Baddao Tlumjiae T Haat, Sua
In a la to Plaaa. Coaatant Ianaa-iniare
of rU and Qreat Xepreaaioa of SsuritaV
mj 1M xeaar ar Aafacsra -am
aayar llaid, ; ,
say a 1, ore
Uoofland'i German Bitters
la wattlrelT was-edawle, and contain m
llsaer. It baeeayosad va eyiald Ex
t rave la. Tki Koala, Harks, and Asa r a a
rraaa waleai taeae ax Ira eta are aaade
are ralkand jaaaaav I n - jUsrmaay.
All tha BBvadJf ' .YXclaal Tlrtaea)
an ejrtracaedV Xfroaa la fcr
extract ar sleam IsrwanlM' aa tfcla
eaaaary k aaodl snraaily far Iks
maaa Ucla re rikM Amiteer. Tatar la
tao alcoholtenbataae of any kind need
la eMPMBdtaf Uaa Hliurt, Bteaic) It la
Lava aalf Ml tier tkai can be need lam
cases war re aJcohoUa eUsnalaate are
Hoofland's German Tonlo
Va 'usiBiaaifie s afl A ran atifaair O BttUn.
aruk raaa dau CVa Awa, Vaave, nt. M U aeed
fmr Iks aaaaa iinllll a IXm Bittn. i
aars sireaow sttaeuats w raraaraa. m aw ww veaw at
rfil aval Mo raw . are nwraiy diamaat yVam
eweerraertacdartlUcarssU dtaaeeat aaaiii,
lAua a-uac iparaaa 9anainniil easraats,
wAila tae aaarr ara aao Si.eiTiael raaa a eaaas
eras. TA TON iC it 4tUdif eaa e ta aaaat a.
ITMrMirnvaMiniiaiiuew .jew ww i -
UM-ainnm. siailerwttas, aad aiihriaal annlinn Ad
tUrrt li i.w Ktrtti
liv.rs ar Tmiic' i- wac
ji.d ifferta far wAmi
.'Aa myftritft, caM
a n. ?.t w
--v'A' fc-Pa '
.y.. j fcr:
ai 1 H;.rvni
A.,i,N , .-ci J.,, e., .i-e.l.4. 'A ev ii.Mie liny from th
tu. ii-i-trf a.'.-v.n Im 'A' eh'ki. ml cA.afyc fA faMM
vm t il.ri-ri mil. '.I, rNtci.vA wJt, eMf a.-rria
V.-'i', 'e e fwlt'JvcMl. ttnit aad rtywrrto jiraa.
VVt ak and Delicate Children are
ufttlr . I roii ly ulit Ike Hlttera or
f fV. In t I. Iltey are I'amlly HIrdl
ri-e. 'I'ltry caia ndNitiitwterrtl wl(l(
prrierl ii. ty to n rhlld tlire-a nioulba
Id, th.- itipai Ueiiraic tt'tusl, or a man
. , imtm A'ISUM (X .'ir tvr
err Inoton. n.i tciVr1 o'i c.1t resuttina fm
bntl UomL krytytmrf lliod pur ; lep yotm
t JT l'l,MJimt'ltl. rfllMlM atrial
cradhjW toa. JAa 6c- mi in ccuriry rromMtrNdl
them. If yar v hnut rtfitUxtton go Jar mttfthnf
jrw mutt trp th jirtpartiur4.
Tit') XL HOI. GKO. TV. WOODWARn, '
CI. .i f Jctlc of th- Supnn.e Cort of rtnr.-y!v-nl,v
. 1 HtLADr Lf VIA, MKTCn l, l&Ol.
uJ 7ra.iiiTi GrrauiM Hitler " ij tual XNtoct
4rinf brWjfet hut it t yntHl tenbe, uvfftl in 4bmrd4r
;ht Uigftv organs, and of great laJU in com h"
tf'6tAfy j tMtu of nwTvmt? aa.um, n tvut ry
. I ht truly,
. t! f'V ; d?a WSWQODWARQ.
FROM YlO. JAM MTaOMPSOM,
JuAg cf Hi Bupri'tn Crurt of Pann-y!vacl-v.
l'un. AoaLrrjt a. Aiirtl 2S, 186.
com alder . . IlooUandi
OerniMu nil - A ,e- a wtwW4
--..craw- in ca8 X "uA ol attaclna of
1 m 1 Is e Hon arm aMilM-or Uyt.ycyle..
I emu cvrtltf tlaiwlruiu iu crxpericuce
lt fours, with reprf,
, : J Attics XlIOanPSON.
FROM RKV. JOaEPH n. KJCNIVAl-D.D.
Fau-tor of th Truth Barrtti Omrck, Phltavdolpbla.
l. Joiio ti Bib: A- frttptrndy
requtsUd to wnnM. mv Mom -7i''J rwMrniaiifU
mJermt kiudm maWims, ImU roaning th fractw
mt Mf My opLiaiprkati. jpAcre, l in ai tvz. tit
9iid ; but mtk m fUarwroof in variant intncm, nd
particularly in my wn fuwxitn, 4 tk nMntneu ir.
Wjtana $ brrwaii 0iHri, i mrpon jow enm yrmn pp
comrm, te rx prist tny uH wmtWioii sVtu tar ra-
m y uil cr.nvtclton uai 14
ivvurn korl vaMCaaNr 1W
trhl dbiiitof ( vtm korl vKMclAllr fur Lhrev
CCNDpiaUQl, I. IS B-aW-nv N
:o tvod viltusblt
p re par auon.
a fc. B mm ease at vwn
1. I ISI I eU aat, wall
Jaaaeae ea a (Aaac wA ruer
ra4 : sac aauan.
6 tMrw aracjtcaa.
ret CAe tM aauaM.
J''jatrs, eery rrjprtifle,
f. fT miatiAiio,
fiyAcA, Aalear taatas scrad.
HnyfUimCi Crraaa Ktmidir art mmXtrftUt. ThM
seaetaa Aeaa (A tir-atm of C. IW. Jar. BOB ea
Mr frvmt f Skr mUiJm mrapprr mf aa- A eeOJa, end CA
mm IA arttula 6im ia taaA bXu A-t aiAtri ara
Price r tate Bitters, 1 OO per kettle
Price of the Tonlt, fl AO per bttl
Or, a AtalX dowa lor f T AO.
lit toele I pat cp Is quart bottle.
feoaBeol aW U Dr. UoafittuTi Orrataa MtmtHu
&Ml ar se auaireraaUy weed aad e hihhi reeeaf
eiradul; alawldeajIBawlaamaa. alute (Aa UruggitU
ta andao paai le MA II"" YeajKAtajT Ua tAjc A
aw aay u yaat a II" JJg1
taakac a Iar.rinsBaUamwaawr a it. That Jltm
ataaa aaOt ar aew a cayircat M any lecsltr apes f o
MatsM. . . ,M , , . ; .
' ' X 1 '.' 1 ) a 1
. PBIHC1PAL. OFFICK, f .
A ran axmKAi- scxiicixx btoauc.
4- . ' ' ll.!l i
m AMCM 3TMXXT, AiinrtelrAta
. j .. ' ' ." i .: .i. r. . i i . v ) . ,
CHA8. SC. BVABTS,
PeirlFl!- JACaCSOW a CO.
- Tat aad naadle ere ttor emle by Drop
wtata, Bterekerpere, aad neaUelne Deal.
p. mat rWrw u raeeum wa Or articil yaaa Say, as
aWr M aal IA (taana. ,r.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-
IT. S. BELDEiYS J :
Real Estate !
Corner rinii & Poplar Streets,
CANTON, , p; ;
HARMS and TOWN PROPERTY
a. Bougtit, t)ia aaa Kenled
Title Examined Taxes Paid Kstittes
Morlp;aeta Ieetls Leases), to written.
"Vb1, and othr kinds nt mineral property
wau:d to leaae or purehaae.
Claiuia Collected, ko , Jto.
Lut on Cherry street and Hiil'wy J loo
Si 'ot or acre improved in Canton 6 -oo
ie acre in Pike township ritark comity in otn)
ho we In Pltn towni-h'p. tirk countv . .... 0 ono
L- t n K.-.'n Ss SiHiottV Aililltlon to tantim en
i.V at.-iv frame. El--,'hu atreet S (rn
a acr i-rnr Lot 1 e
I l .t ,m N irih Phi-n street . .... ...7li0
1 feet Wnt T:ic sraas -tre'. .. 3 1)00
Ijo ae-- Wvtnd t cimiit, Olilo .,.1 goo
A another nf trial a of laud In Van Wrrt Co. Ohi.i.
' fi. rut -n ' IcuclaJ'l ivrnn-, C.tnton. O., X Q J
10 U:a m H'ttitinsrt nV Ad litioa to t'.nntori.
hvi-in.. sur" proptirtTtiu llancud.'iuiiDn, Vn
a r. e ami li"u-H.-ly l!If-m of Cuntun ,...1 1""
'tit-, f o:il, 1 .-Hit t v-inr-, Cuat' O I 8iR
6ii v2.h) fi. miriirr M.irk-t I M'li , C.inton, 40-.'f
rn 4crc. Ad ra i,irir i-r'prty, --l ol
1 ii ' 'in H. ,,'iui
. Tl.' no i a half at'Ki frame N. i'iasn sin9t
M-r aad bull Uvti k. N P'ipUr af, Canton a.iitXi
.liieti-n .ri'.-, water powor fciw mi l, iutbu
m .chl.ie, $ H"i.t '-ho,!!'!!! bins. uegx
itaivern 8 fro
lnt?. i.t iiy frauv .rintiar. Jf -atKer'a and to
Oui t u . ....... 1 i0
i 'id M -HraMe Iron Worka. p.'plai atrett.....4 &
tani-acd m half aton Xriane. Eart Third eircet. Hu
Two a-.orr brick and bfO it- I t. N- Murki'i tt.. iiol
Mt'fo awrs LaaiA near .-qaarc 4)4a-d bDiQll4a
. sri -tun
. A (KM
liai it. lot on Cl-Ttlatd Avnno ...
Th-o htory Freme. Nortli iar et street
i wo atom brick, Wui-t ToH:arwif--t...
Tw.i rtory frame, Clrvt-laud Aviti)e.,...
Taasuary fraiao. Fifth rtroet
Two alury, large frame. Eighth c treet. ...... A gi-0
One and a bulf -lorj frame, Marlon street .. 4'
Uua and a half tory frame, b. Mitrkf-t street. S 3 a
Duo and a half story frame, t'b stnut street, 1 40
Variety of Lota hi WlHiama" Addition.
Six Lota In L. P. Wikidal a Addiilon.
Thr Lots in Feather's Addition
Ta. line lots. Clrreland Aaenae, each . .1 5fa)
Tw story frame rtoottl Poplar str, at a sut
Two story brick. South Poplar street. . 3 tvo
One .nd a hall story frami Liberty atreet. l&o
One and a half stotr fiuuu. Liberty atreet ;.i BOO
13,' story frara West 1 iwanrat t. (,4 lota) A OUO
' North Market s!reet. e D
i - Irani . da do do 4 000
1 do do do Cherry near depot 7 coo
( do brick North Walnut at reel - 5 000
l'JOxaM rt Cleveland Arena - , 1 su
Fifty ocr. Plain township, btark coanty iuO
163 acre, Canton towaaaip.. . .... 19 500
Sixty acre, 1J mile north of Cs.nlon.... 900
100 . " . i ... lHo
oixty and two-third sere, Jackson township.
Stark coanty, Ohio, ISO per sere.
Fifty acrea, 1 mi lea west from t'anton, $100 per A
Kigkty acre, Hanreck coanty, Ohio i ..I AOd
i iKbty scree, ilerain aoauly, Ohio 1 4td
Three hand red aud acventy-flve acrea, Wright
county, Iowa (improved) $ta per acre.
Two hundred acres. Wt'iUt t?ooaty, low,'
wild. per cre.
Kirbty acrea. Van Wert coostv, Ohio, heavy '
timoer. siu per acre.
Nlneur-fuar acre. Warae coantr. Ohio 4 G0
One hufejred and lory tire acrea. Way re Co., O. -Twenty
a--a. fuik Co, low (improved) .. 1 000
Foity acre, story Co. Iowa (Improved j iA5 per A
Jaiirhty acree. Claytoa Co-, iowa, (timoer) a)-J0 per A.
IK par sore
Siarhtv acras. Wabater Co. Iowa. AI4 per acre.
Two hundred acre, Hancock Co., Iowa. $'0 par A-
on ntiDaraa aal Btzty acre, uazcv aaaaa
as per acre. . ' .
Sit;nty acres, Caihoun connty, Iowa $ (00
N In Dekota Cy Lota, Nebraska.
Foartrea Brownavtlle City Lota, Nebrall.
Tba beat bualnes iviaae in ncnaior, h ara vo. u.
hlrty acres, IX milea from Caaton, I V) per acre.
KtrritT-two IV mile from Canton, tlao Mr A,
Tuirtr-two lota in Olyda, Jasper coanty, Iowa.
lote ut Jes Maine, -uva-. . . c uu
Variety oi' Ctiicago LKa.
CHivural valoable Coal Leaeas.
Variety of LwelllnL-a and Lots la Fort Wajr. pid
rsrma in Indiana, lllmoia, Missouri, dtc. Ac.
a acrea Plain township a)J0 per acre .... ..I acO
It ahare Trninbuil Coal aad Mtniac Co. stock t Oou
KiKhiy acre in Pike Tp $7.ou
ocvrral Ifots, Meat 'runeurawaa struct, Caaiton.
e-veral'L 'is on tho C If at Cnntou.
several Lots In Mattiewa's sJ'l, o Canton.
Lota In Younrj'a add to Canton,
avral aa Lots In bchaefer add . Cantia.
IN CANTON FOR RENT.
Twa rooms for runt on second floor la m'i!re
Block, nudOJe pari, t'rici a)i&o tut os year from
April 1st. '1'tiaa.i .-ooiaa wiii be rcutd separately
preferred. The iroui rooui, which is a Very dcai
raule room lur an oMoe, l now uiaoccnyiod, aad i
Air rent. - .
t'tuOlHce In Cnnion, Ohio, on corner of
Kit in MUi Foplar utreetH, lor the Purcbas
in;, Stalling Kxuljauniu mid Lieaaing
Rvnl Katelwf aud iHoounecttjd with aten
oiam at Allianoe, Massillon, W'ooaUir,
Fort Wayne, and other cine Eh at and
UfJDE RTAKIRSC !
J.1 13. McEEA,
KEEPS ON HAND A LARGE
and Unit assortment of
Metallic Bnrial Cases
AND ; ;'
O -Et i3 J3L O e
AND EVIBT STYLE OF ; "
- WOOD COFFINS.
We alao lay out and prepare remains
for burial, when dealred. Shrouds. Cmpe
ALWAYS IN HKADINKSal.
cT We have the moat eleirant anal
costly Hearse in thia aeotion, for use of
which we charge no more than usual rates.
Funerals attended in the conn try, and
at a very moderate charge.
I give the UNDERTAKING my apeolal
attention, and, after twenty years' expe
rience in the business, Idety competition.
Orders for Co fa on and Burinls left at
my furniture Rooms, 4 doors east of the
American Hotel, Bast Tuscarawas street,
will receive prompt attention.' i , . t
oiCirABOEs very- Mom AATe,".
J. B. McCREA.
Canton, Feb. 17. 18t5fHf.
rpiIE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Boot Sc Shoe' Store
In the city of Canton, without doubt, ia
J. C. EIGBf ARDS
RICHARDS' BOOT & SHOE 8TQRE
is the CHEAPEST for the following reas
sons : - 'i ,
1. Having no rent to pay.
-e. Having no partner to divide profits
witAv. i4 . ' I ' .
3. Um trays for cash in the beat wholes
ale market in the United Utatea. i
. 4.. He does bis own uniting, -t ' '
5. His stock: la the largest in the city.
6. lie run and will sell cheaper than any
other axortt in the city. . .
ft-AlI kinds of work made t order,
Olye bim a call and satisfy yoarself.
w m "iT'E R M S (JA s n .i ! '
' febletne ; - i
irC0 Mileo under one Management.
t y,8GD Mliea wltnout Change of Care.
THE BSOAS QX7AGE - t ' '
c i ' , t DOUBLE IBACX I0UTE
f AXU TJ1K ...
Vest . r and , Scnth - West.
THIS RA1LWAT KXTKSDS T&OM
Cincinnati to New York. .SCO Miles.
Cleveland to New York.. 625 Miles.
Dunkirk to New York. .4S0 Miles.
Buffalo - - to New York.. 423 Miles.
Rochester to. New York. 3S5 Miles.
ASD IS TUOil
S3- 22 to 27 MILES the SHORTEST
New and Improved Coaches, are run
from Cinciunati, Dayton, Urbana,
Marion, Oalion, Mansfield, Ash-
; land. Akron, Cleveland, Warren,
Metulvllle, Dunkirk, Buffalo and
" Rochester to
NEW YORK without CHANGE.
Only NE change to BOSTON
i'n and alter Monday February l.'wti. ln,
tram. wll rave RAVENNA at the f..ion!n
holtrs. viz i e . .
FHANKLIN BRAJJCH -GOING 80t7TIT
; 4 . . -
Leav MeadvUia. 6.10 a. m., 12.S5 ). m.
4 15 p. m., 1.00 a. m.
Arrive r'ranttiiu, 8.15 a- m., "10 p. m.,
7J5 p. m , 3 10 ; ra. .
Airive Oil 'ity, 8.00 a. m., 3.15 p.m.,
fi.0. p. in., 3 50 it. in.
FRANKUS BRANCH GOING KORT1I.
L-ve Oil Citv, 5 00 a, m. 9,20 a. m.,
4 ao p-'us., 8.80 p. m.
Imve Ftanklin. 5.5C a. m., 10 00 a. m
5 05 p. m., 9.15 p m.
Arrivt Meudville, 8 50 a. 11.35a. m.,
7.15 p. m.. 11.45 p. in.
7-10 A. M. DAY EXPRESS, daily;
Monday xc ptcd, lor Clucinnall and the West
and Sooth. Connects at Akron, Sunday ex
' -cepted. with Cleveland, Zanrsvllle A CDCicnati
Kailrosd, for Orrvllle and MUlnrwnrg; at Ur
bana with Colambus. Chicago and iDdiana
Central Railway, for Indiannpofis, and at Cin
cinnati wii a the Ohio dt Mlxsispippl Railway,
for tit. Louis aud the boalh and Southwest.
7-20 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS dally
for Cincinnati and the West and Son to. Coa
- nects at Urbana, Saturdays excepted, with the
Colambus, Chieatro at Indiana Oeutral Rallwar
Air tit. LooJa and lb south and Southwest.
A Sleeping Coach t attached to thl train at
New Vork, fanning taruiurh to Cincinnati,
2.05 P. M"." FREIGHT t ACCOM-
alUAIA'i iu , diiy. tor ft.nt,
6.19 P. M. WAY FREIGHT, Sua-
; GOING EAST.
'.10 A- M.
acetinn at Leavtttstrrf. for Vounea-
town; at Greenville for Brie at Pittebnr? Red
ros I, for Jamsatowa Pa-. Sharon, New Castle
i and Pittabaraji at Meadvilie, Sondaya esxeptcd,
. with Philadelphia A kri Railroad, for Erie
aud Warren, Pa., and with Oil Creek and All
gliepy Riyer RAll.oad, for Titnevillr; at Elmira
with Northera Central Uallimd, ir ft'iillaros
port, Harrlabarsh and Philadelphia, and at
. iS.w York, for Ho Ion and New England cities
A Sleetiln- Coach I attached ta tha train ax
Cloulnnali, roaning thwoenrh to Mew York.
619 P. M. CINCINNATI EX-
. P4t3S. Sondr.ya excepted, eouneotlnf at Cml
ra with NortAern Central Railroau lor Will
lamsport, Marrlebnrg nd PUlladelphia, nj at
" New Turk, for Boston and Kew England cities.
A Slrepins Coach accompanies this train from
Meadvilt to New York.
7-10 A. M. WAY FREIGHT, Sub-
Boston aud New Enerland Passen
gers, with their Baggage, are trans
ferred free of charge in New York. -
The best Ventilated and Most Lux
urious Sleeping Coaches JTMN THE
tii4u "xtai accompany all uitrnt
trains on this Railway.
V?Bagqage Checked Thkough
and fare always as low as by any
otboi route. L.
Ki- ASK FOB TICKETS VIA ERIE
RAlLwAi, which can be obtained
at all Principal Ticket Offices in
tho West and Southwest.
U D.RrCKKR, Wit R. BARK.
Oen'l Sap't A. Q- W. Dir. Grn'l Pas. As't
mar31'rW GENTS WANTED TO SELL
A. M. BLAKE'S
Patent I hair Spriags. ,
ASE 'AND COMFORT
j - CXIMBINED by the ux of
Blake's Patent Chair Spilngs. . Prlcf
onlv One Dollar. They make a Sorinir.
O.sciUittiDK or Rocking Chair out of a
Common Chair, and that mol intelera-
ble nuinuce, Krx-kfra, are entirely dis
penixsd wi'ii. Theaesprinas tit huv uhulr
and can be pin cod in position for use by
a child, ao simple are they In their con
struction. They are made or the best
steel, from the well-known Eaglcton
Manufacturing Co., 81 John street, N. Y.,
and possess remarkable elasticity. They
i4ina.t n uiiu iiuiisu iai ius t niti r, ana are
the delight of the household. They are
not the least in the way when applied to
tbeehalr. They do not take any extra
rom. and each and every one that has
used them are unanimous In t heir praise,
for Ihey make the easiest chair ever in
veuted. . The ladies, one and all, pro
nounce them nnequaled as it sewing
chair. Tbey make decidedly the pleas
anteet family chair in the world. . They
are indispeasible where comfort ia con
sulted. Blake's Dollar Chair Springs
are invaluable for Families, Offices, Ho
tels, Court-Housea, Cars and Steamboats.
(Patented by A. M. Blake, April 21th,
1S63 ) They will last a life time. They
are sure to come in general use, and
people will discard all olher rocking;
chairs. For economy and comfort, it Is
the most valuable invention of the age.
i-. Five Hundred Dollars Reward
will be paid for information upon con
viution of any person, or persons that
shall in any 1 manner . infringe upon
Blake's Patent Chair Springs, therefore
all employees in any factory or foundry
where such sp' ings are made without
the consent of. Gcndwln ft Blake, will
give us snch information that will lead
to the conviction of such parties, and
npon their conviction E-bsIl receive the
a bore reward-FIVK HUNDRED DOL
LARS. GOODWIN BKAKE.
XBr-Parties wishing Springs, or Agen
cies for Ohio, Michiatan, Indiana, II1U
nois, Wisconsin. Teunessee, West Vir
ginia, Canada, and oil territory west of
the Mississippi river, mast buy from the
unders'gned, as have established a
. t. . .. , . A. J, BLAKE.
-. ' .. Box 54(5, Canton, O.
Parties wanting agencies for any oth
er territory wilt addres the proprietor.
liEORUE K. GOODWIN',
marSt f . 612 Broad way, N. ' .
- rjplin llialam,
A TTORNEY AT LAW.-Office
XX. in Trump'a Building opposite the
"tit. Cloud Hotel," Canton, Ohio. ,
Mr. Lahm speaks the German Lans
guage, and eoiicila a share of tha pat
ronage of the German population. His
etarges will e moderate and satisfacto
ry to1 his clients. Members of Boards
of Education, School Director and Jus
tice of the Peace- may consul him at
any time in revard to matters connecter!
with their official duties, free of charge.
' ' T-T t , f. . ,. a
C FECIAL TEACHERS rKXAM
O INATION8. ITiere will be special
Examinations of Texcber held at Alii-
nee, on iSatnrday, March 13th.. and at
Massillon on Saturday, April lOUi. The
regular examination at Canton on the
last Saturday of each month. By order,
of Atark Co. Board of Examiners, i
sr8tf -- DAN'li rVCttLAY, Clerk.
Illl BEIlT's PATES f !
W. P. & John Haubert,
? . ; CANTON, OHIO. : )
nPHIS MEDICAL COMPOUND
A orBitterais especially recommenn.
ed for its diteet and-nl alary eOect on the
heart, liver, kidneys and bowels. It is
a sure cure fer nausea, croates an oppe
tite, ann is a powerful aid to diKestion.
It oures rheumatism, dvspensis. bowel
complaints, dysentery, chills, and fe
vers of all Kinds, aepreasion of spirits,
ann fainting, ann will counteract f,he
effect of liaunrin a few minutea. 1 i
' Theordinsry dose f-T adults is a wine
gias fun, anit lor cniiaren In propor
tion. For lever and ague, take three
wine glasses lull a day, aud one just be
fore going to - bed; but of course, the
amount and times for doses will yarv
wilh the persons treaten, and in a matter
to be dtrhnitelv eeitied onlv bv t-xoori
cace witn the pa:leut, r
- ' ..- ' FiBBHART 111869.
Mr. Hav.be rt Dear Hi r; I have used
your German Bitxers and Quu them to
be all tney. are. rauaau mended to be.. I
found one bottie to atloro) mo connidera.
bie relief. I iimioi do very welt with
out them under my state of health.
Plain Tovrusnip, Stark coanty, 0.
' J FSBktTAJAY 16.1869.
Jlfr." Havbert Sir : I have been for the
last three uiiinius nOltcied with indiges
iinti ir winch 1 had the services of sev-
.4i aiuy-iuiMUS ; a: tried various rem
a-.-s iciiuiii avail : 1 tried your Ger
al ui ti.lt-.r-. nuil touud mvaell entirely
enre'd. 1 took, three dones in one- hour
ail ill cured my woole syelem, lean
reoommena 11 an a curt for huv disease.
. Roie,ii full v yours,
- . '. HENRY SNIDER,
Plain Township, dutrk county, O;
" 'FB.8RPAKT 0,1869.
Jlfi Zfattocrf-Dtar Sirs I have been
kHI ctfd with bowel complaint. " I have
tried many remedies without effect, but
dv using one bottle. German Bitters, it
quiie restored roe to health.
loom, truly, ELdUA nlN,
Osnaburg Township, 8tark co., O.
: ..,.!;. Jaucaby 15; 1869.
ArV. Haubert Dear Sir: Your German
fitters rured my children of the bad
pains in me aLomacn. ana enrea myseii
of dysentery. and bowel cotnpla'nt. - ,
Very reopeciruliv, your,
Fbbbcakt 23, 1869.
Mr. Haubert Dear Sir: I suffered for
one yar from dyspepsia, with a sense
of pain arter eating, t toon meaioai ad
vice, vet I founn so relief until I tried
your German Patent' Bitters, which no
ted Hate magic upon my system, and A
have not bad' any return of the com
plaint slnae.' "' "
f J. U PLUNIXARD.
navin tlni fall v described our Bit
ters. we wish it nuderstood that, alt ho'
we have given what we consider to be
the proportions for-the several ingredl
ents lined in dreparina; our Compound,
as well as the best ntele ql preparing the
sanue, we reserve the right to vary some
what therefrom, as experienoa may
allow to he necessary, as. What we
claim as our invention and desire to se
oare by letters patent, is the tpedioal
compound herein described prepared
from Hie ingredients, and in- the manner
substantial.! y as herein described.
. Prepared by
Low Prices !
HEREBY RETURNS HER
thanks to tn-r many friends for past
favors and begs to in:orm them that she
is now in receipt of
AND FANCY GOODS I
of the latest styles, and invites all 10
call and see her oeautlful new stock. ..
MISS EA.KIX, whose exquisite taste
In trimming and ornamenting Bonnets
and Hats is well-kuown. will continue
in that department and we are deter,
mlued not to be outdone in rruahty,
atylo and cheapness bv any one id the
uliy. In abort, we lutend to keep a first
Done as usual. HOOP " SKIRTS for
young and old, large and small, uutHe to
order and kept constantly, on hand-for
sale by the dozen or single.
1 have also tae sole agency of Stark
aud Columbiana counties for the sale of
Noyes' new system of Cuttinjr DrvsAes,
Coats, Pants, Vests and Shirts. Instruc
tions given on sale of models.
Thaukfal .for past lavors, I hope and
expect a' continuance of the same. Do
not fail to call and bring your friends.
You will be oonrteoua'ly received, and
effort will im made to satisfy and please.
U&Eiat TuscaravyaB street, apposite
-. American Hotel.
V MRS. J. B. CLUFF,
niarS!u)3 , .
J0H1 LAIRD & CO.,
Keep on hand and furnish to order :
Machinery Castings, ' '
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers,
Iron Columns and Lintels,
Window Caps and Sills,
Iron and Wire Railing,
Iron Store Fronts,
.Hitching Posts, ....
$ i-spout liuaras, ; ' tJI ;
t Iron Shutters, . " : r;
v Vault Rings, " ;
Cider Press ScrrrTs,
Bedstead Fastenings, . . T
Dek and Seat Casting j
Coal Car Wheels and Axles,
Oven Fronts and Dam dots,
Farm and School Bella,
Sugar Cane Crashers,
: Nuts, Bolts, k.,ta,
And pay especial attention to orders for
FINE , LIGHTV.CASTINGS . :
OF ALL KIND,
All peraoaa mho Intend fenUtring abould
eall and sea oar patterns of . ; . ,
ORSiMEmii IROX WORK!
. .. - m i - . t
To udvicb. w are-xnataUIy adding
ARCHITECTS it CARPENTERS
... - . 4 ; t 1
will find oar terms as liberal as those of
any other establishment. 1
S&" Office and Shop on Cherry ti
near the Railway Station.
Oantan CChsou 3. lSrirtna
UPH0L9TERER Next door -to
Dr Yhlting's Lounges, Sprhig
"Matrasses. Actnade and repaired
on ahurt mittoe. Aleo, tiew Curtains
hung and f3nrpn Bited and jint down.
tmarU 'fiOmS '
His Speech at Knoxville, Tenn.
Ex-President Johnson's SDeech'at
ivnoxviiie, as published in full,; is a
masterjy vindication of his .own am
clat conduct, and a scathinor review
of the advene policy forced upon the
country.' Throughout his career he
maintained an unsuspected integrity,
he was unapproachable by the corrupt.
nis nanus were unstained by bribes or
presents the preservation of the Con.
stitution and the true interests of the
country occupied all his thoughts and
were the objects of his perpetual care.
Had he taken the other course, and
drifted in the current or . venality
had he received bribes under the name
of presents and bestowod offices and
obs uoon the givers had he co-oper-ited
with the plunderers of the treas
ury aod concurred in the evil meas
ures outside the Constitution, he
would have retired with boundless
wealth, glorified by the Radical lead
ers, to be handed over with them to
the future historian as examples of
the Immorality, selfishness and cor
ruption produced by civil commotion
We regret that we' have not room
for the whole speech, but eive the
following extracts : ;
DEBT AND TAXES.
When you look at the history ol
this government in the last eight
years, it has made strides that are
alarmine. Look at the dehfc look nr.
the oppressions, look at the taxes.
minK when you are talking about
billions it Is not million?.. How long
is this state of thinco to onntinnn
One word in this connection. Your
debt is now in round numbers, three
billions of dollars, so far aa the Na
tional finvprnmpnt la nnmuii-nAH
HOW much it i.a tat. hnme nnur Rivl
only knowa I know where the State
was when I left it as your Governor.
1 auuw yuu imu a sciiool luna.
"Where is it now?"J Yes, where Is
t now? "Rohn
Applause . It was a large school
tund, and in a very short time it could
have been increased so as to be suffi
cient to educate all tnechiMrpn in tho
country. Your debt was about six
teen millions, and your State was in
a prosperous condition. Where is the
debt now ? Look at the State taxes,
and look at tho tarw of tno Vurimui
Government, and we find that the
Federal Government cc Uects from the
people to pay Jnterestr-$15a,00O,00Q
per annum three times as much as
was once necessary to defray the ex
penses of the Federal Government.
You collect $150,000,000' to be paid in
cold and silver to f hn. hnnrlhr.l.i r
this nation. That is one of the fruits
qf Tyhat is pomlng upon us. Black
IVi OVa TTTl I I 11 r lAtuf.i rl U . 1TTI-
---- tv aaa uuuciaiauu Luis. W mie
lhAV hAVA hppn rrUr.nfr
f - 7Ar JUU A1CTA1IJUJ.
as they pretend, and diafranchuing
n.l,Un . I 41 .41 , , ,,
"uiw tiwpicjuu mtj umer nana, iney
have Leea making white men and
black men nkvpa tnwthpr Tha nnh.
difference now Is that all are slaves,
tine ia parti uui were slaves oeiore.
"KnVT Villi hHVO Vr trtl 1 nn nrhifA .. n .1
-- -- w ' " vu, iTiiiiv auu
black, to pay ona hundred and fl.fty
milliona per annum to the bondhold
ers of this country, who never shed a
rirnn nf hloori ti uui-ii It- r idih 11 t.
God there was no power, or In other
words, the Government had not the
credit to borrow money to carry on
Y,Tw. If the people had to be called
on for money' before the war betran.
1,1 1 . , .
wo wuutu uavc 11 u war. vv e useu to
talk about the nearo aristocrapv.if
tha South, anrl wo ' worn larrihin
alarmed at It. " The estimated value
of the labor under the slave system
was three huudFed million dollars.,
But now all thia hua rliiumuMniH .
he negro -has-been ireed, but let me
...II .1 L .11 C , . .
ten yuu ine um yi tutie nas oeen trans
ferred to other
got to work to pay it. If the debt is
fixed upon the people, let me tell you
i Aiita gvi tu wine iruu your toil ana
the Deo Die's toil to n v tho nn him
dred and fifty millions every year to
the bondholders of the nation. Did
they bay it? No, not from anybody.
Did they loan the Government gold
and silver? No, not a dollar. They
loaned their credit. Where is the
soldier or officer, where is the man i
tuhn eolrl his hnrsPQ or nrnimna tn tho.
Government during the war that re
ceiver goia ana silver in payment r
He received depreciated currency.' !
Now. the. interest must be Dal I in
gold- and silver, extorted from the
sweat and toil of the people. I
A while ago I iasked you what these
people can do for you. 1 "That is what
we want to knov."l Why there was ,
a colored man came. to. me in Wash-!
ington tnat wanted a subscription to
sustain hia newspaper; I was pretty
hard pressed for money, but gave him
twenty-five dollars. , He went then
to Mr. Sumner, told his tale, and Sum
ner said that was a question he hadn't
much to do with that, what he did
was upon general principles. Deri
sive cheers.l - Another colored man
came to me and asked me to subscribe
to sustain a college for colored men.
I told him I could not subscribe to
every thine, but gave $150. He went
among some of the Simon Puree of
the North, and I don't think he got
money enough to pay" hia expenses.
(Laughter. In Charleston, the most
lUtra city iu the Union, they wanted
to buy the Marine Hospital, large, fc
capacious, well adapted for a school.
An . Episcopalian preacher, a very
clever gentleman, came to me In
Washington to ask me to help him
in purchasing the building. I told
him that J didn't know; that it was
not in my State, but I would not be
selfish, and was willing to do all I
could. The building could be pro
cured for $10,000; it is worth about
$20,000. -1 told him to go round to the
Freedmen's Bureau. Well, Howard
came round with him to see me, and,
as he was going North. letters were
furnished him. I gave $1,000, and
didn't put down a thousand for some-
body to read It, like some people who
are very liberal in putting down their
names, but were not so ready when, it
cornea to pay. I gave him tho money.
I heard that same preacher he is
now in charge of the hospital in
Charleston say that the $1,000 that I
subscribed was the largest he received
north -of Mason and Dixon's line, and
when these men are talking atnonr
the people, ask them , to come up and
compare notes with me, and that col
ored men may be able to judge who
are their true friends. . ... ... . : ? ,:
COLUMBUS, April 7.
The bill providing tho manner in
which service can be had on street
railroad companies whoso : tracks ex
tend from Kentucky' to- Cincinnati,
passed the Senate this morntng.. "
f A Conference Committee ori Mr.
Leete'a Admiralty Jurisdiction reso
lution was appointed. - ' .. .
The passage of Mr. Leete's bill pro
viding for long span bridges acro3s
the Ohio river was under rConsiderA
tlon when the House took Vrecess.-
Messrs. Leete, Cpckerell and Pond are
in. favor oi the billJand Mr. ,Wplf
CHORUS OF THE FAIRIES.
We come from the glade, where tha1 fairies
. are dancing, ,
Right merrily dancing beneath, the bright
moon;" ' '
The brook and the stream in' 'her soft rays
are1 glancing, - ; : ;
Ajid sweetly their waters are chiming in
The flower and the
dew. drop .. together are
- ., The songs of the birds are all hushed in
tho bower, i ; .-,
And the fairies, Uie mirth loving fairies are
' Their . festival meeting to night at this
! - ' hour. . , . .i.: . 'It
We come from the lawn, where late we
Sweet murmurs of melody, soft ' on the
' air; - - .
We coine from the lawn, where Uie flow'ref?
Their incense of fragrance delicious and
No hither, now thither, we elves have been
O'er fields where the thyme atid the violet
, grow; "
Aud aloLg the green bank, where the lilies
i'fheir long drooping leaves, in the waters
We come, 'tis a season of festival greeting,
nere moonlight and music have hallow,
the scene : .
We come,, with gay voices of music, re
peaimg . . -
The songs that we Bing for our beattifci.
With flow'rets, bright flow'rets, to-night we
- nave crowned uer, , -
And, murmured our melodies, joyous and
And merrily, merrily, trip we around her,
".a gayiy irom mil ond lrom valley we
(From the Ohio Patriot, April 2.)
Death of Thomas S. Woods.
To day we are called anon to ner-
form one ot the saddest and most sol
emn duties of life : to write the obit
uary of a brother we have loved and
revered : to offer this our last tribute
to his memory. To obtrude individ
ual grief upon the public is at all
times a delicate office, and aerain . a
generous people will Kindly overlook:
the weakness oi a heart full of griet
a heart stricken with anguish by the
irreparable loss of a brother, who has
filled the threerold offices of a father,
guardian brother. .
Tbomas S. Woods died at his resi
dence on Market street, New Lisbon,
Ohio, of disease of the heart, at a quar
ter tast ten o ciocK, - ir naay night,
March 26th, a the 40th year of age.
Never was a community more star
tled than that of New Lisbon, when
it was announced uoon the streets
that Mr. Woods was dead. The re
port flew as if upon teleeranh wires
through the town and neighborhood.
No one was able or willing to believe
it Almost every person in the town
had seen hlra during tne day or ev
ening upon the streets, looking heal
thy, robust, vigorous. ..But some
where In his system, to escape detec
tion,: lurked that germ of disease,
which was destined to put an untime
ly end to a life that promised a future
of most glorious brilliancy. Truly,
death loves a shining mark.
Mr. woods was bora in Indiana
county. Pa., on the 15ih of August,
1829, from which place he was remo
ved, with his parents, to Salem, O..
in the fall of 1835. After having a
good academical education at 'Can
field,: New Lisbon and Salem, he
went to Jefferson Colleee. at Cannons-
burg, Pa., and entered the junior class
half advanced. Before he had com
pteted his eighteenth year he gradua
ted, having succeeded in carrying off
the second honor ot his class. Hav
ing more-than-twrr-years before lie
could be .admitted to. the bar in this
1State,he- devoted his first year after
graduation to a close study of polit
ical economy and ancient history,
the effect of - which can reidlly be
seen iu his published articles. He
then read law with the Hon. Hiram
Gr is wold, of Canton, Ohio, and in
ibi was regularly admitted to prac
tice in the Supreme Court and other
Courts of this) State. During most of
the intervening period he has practi
ced his profession in Columbiana Co,,
and by his superior legal acumen,
force of character, integrity of heart
and application to business, he had
succeeued in building up a reputation
and business, second to none iu this
part of the State.
. Mr. Woods had so favorably rec
ommended himself to the Democracy
as a party leader, that in 1856 be re
ceived the nominatioa of that party
in this District for Congress. lie has
ever since taken an active part in the
politics of the country, and by his el
oquence upon the stump, and his
power with the pen, ever ready with
learning, wit or satire, he has wielded
an influence exerted by lew in the
State, and had become one of our
most Influential politicians known
and recognized throughout the State.
He represented the Democracy ol this
District in two of their National Con
ventions. In 1858 he purchased from
Wm. H. Gill the Ohio Patriot, the
organ of the Democracy of Columbi
ana, which he has ever since edited
with marked ability, to the terror of
his political enemies and the satisfac
tion of his friends. Conducting his
paper on principles of right ; indepen
dent in the expression of his thoughts;
thinking for himself alone; fearless
of his enemies and regarding only his
duty, he made it a success. A deep
thinker and at the same time a grace
ful, easy writer, he soon ingratiated
himsatli into the affections of his rea
ders, who began to feel as if some
thing was wrong 11 his articles did
not rcich hlnv regularly. Through
habits of industry and a prudent
economy, he had amassed a fair for
tune and was preparing to live, when,
for some wise purpose, he was called
upon to die. What that purpose ia,
we one day shall know, when He
who doeth all things well, shall make
His purpose plain. The illustration
was needed for something. In it, as
In everything, we recognize the hand
of God, and bow in humble submis
sion to His wilL Mr. Woods believ
ed firmly in the doctrines taught him
In infancy and youth by christian
parents, such as, that God works out
His decress by special Providences ;
that troubles do not rise from the
ground, nor affliction from the dust.
To quote his own words, "such afflic
tions as these mean something
Stncken are the strength of manhood
and the boast of courage. - The pride
of intellect bows down in grief under
the mighty spirit of the affections and
tears as of childnood grief irrepres
slbly from - eyes that had long nince
forgotton the dews of the heart. The
affliction was for a purpose." Mr.
Woods was always a liberal supporter
of tho church.
On the 10th day of March, sixteen
days beore his death, he was married
to Mrs. Kate G. Potter, of New Lis
bon. He returned from his wedding
tour on the 20th ult., in the enjoy
ment of perfect health. His marriage
garments proved his burial robes.
The house of Joy is changed to a
bouse of morning. ' The "exchanges"
of a week ago which came to us with
notices of his marriage, fn.l! of mirth,
now come with notices of his death,
full -of sorrow. iVerlly, ."are our
merriest Bongs timed by the foot fall
of death," the silver chord are more
fratrile than the thread of a spider';
web. and the golden bowl more brit
tie than erlass." When the Grim Um
Dire of men's miseries summoned him
before the Eternal Bar.calmly, quiet
ly and without a struggle or a mur
mur he obeyed the mandate, breath
ed out his spirit, and blasted lour
brightest, dearest : hopes, - which at
best are "evanescent, its the crimson
of a Summer evening sky, tHat in a
passing hour is lost in clouds of dark
ness. He left behind bim only reeol
lections of .his unaffected goodness
and the benedictions of his fellow cit
izens, which will preserve his memo
ry longer than statute of bronze or
Parian marble.' - The writer of - this
brief and very imperfect sketch- feels
in no fit condition. to write a learned
or labored eulogium upon departed
worth. Eulogy and tears are alike
"Honors voice cannot provoke the silent
Or fliiitery soothe the dull cold ear of
His character will be more fully
portrayed by pronouncing him to be
what he eminently was a mau gifted
with superior talent, kindliness of
disposition, and all. the qualities
wnicn inspire esteem, conciliate do-
uticai animosities aud render friend
snips enuurmg. . a close student, a
philosophic thinker, in ail his rela
tious of life a gentleman. None but
those who intimately knew him wo'd
imagine how beneath that sometime
cold exterior throbbed Buch a warm,
generous heart. By his death the
Bar has lost one of its brightest orna
ments, society has lost an accomnlish-
ed gentleman, the press has lost one
of its most gifted members, the State
has lost a worthy citizen, bis wife has
lost a true and loving husband and
protector, his family lost that which
cannot be expressed by words.
Mr, Woods- was buried on Tuesday
the 30th ult, in the family burying
ground at Salem. Thus another is ad
ded to the list to which the aching
heart may journejv breathe forth ics
prayers ana weep bitter tears over the
unanswering clay. The dull, cold
world moves heedlessly on, and hu
man hearts soon lose their sympathy.
The tenants of the cold and cheerless
Brave t -
Forgotten lie, no hearts would sigh to save
Their memories from - dark oblivion's
Not so with theo. my biothor, at thy
tomb ' 1 ,
Afle -lions fondest memories shall burn
Within my heart, thv consecrated urn.
Till my last sa nds are run and lite is o'er
And I can weep no more. : - .
Ah, even more, when this frail life is
broken . . . . , . , ;
'11 yield my heart to thee the pledge ond
Or living friendship that shall fadeless be
As the pure glories of eternitr."
At a meeting of the members ot the
Bar of Columbiana county. Ohio, held
at New Lisbon on Saturday, the 27th
aay oi aiarcn, a. li., laea, to take ac
tion on the sudden demise of Thom
as S. Woods, Emq., Hon. Jno. Clarke
was appointed Chairman, and W.- A;
Nichols, Secretary. The object ol the
meeting ottving been stated by Simon
wisaen, isq., tne roiiowingpreamble
and resolutions were adopted : ; '
whereas, our mend and proles.
slonai brother, Thomas S. Woods.
while apparently in .the full vigor of
life and manhood.' was suddenly
struck with death, and as a mark of
our respect and the esteem In which
we hold his memory, and as a token
of our deep Sympathy with the wid
ow and family or our deceased broth
er, be it - 1 - '
Hesolved, That we attend his funer
al lu a body.-
liesoCvea, That in the death of
brother Woods, we deplore - the loss
of a friend, and one of the ablest mem'
bers of our profession in the State i it
man of solid understanding, keen wit
and quick perception, of marked pro
fessional integrity, a ripe scholar and
An urbane and courteous gentleman.
Resolved That a copy of these pro?
ceeding and resolutions be presented
by the Secretary to the widow of our
Hesolved, That Simon Wisden, E-sa.
present the same to the Judges of the
District uourt and uourt of Common
Pleas, with the request that the same
he placed on the journals, and that
the same with these proceedings be
published in the newspapers of the
JOHN CLARKE, Ch'n.
W. A. NICHOLS, Sec'y.
A Point Well Made.
In the debate iu the Pennsylvania
Legislature, on the Fifteenth Amend
ment, Mr. Jacobs (Democrat) made
the following point. Said Mr. Jacobs:
Jiir. speaker, x nave given tne gen
tlemen (Mr. HustetL-Rep.) credit for
making an eloquent speech, and he
certainly made an eloquent speech.
had. however, almost lortrotton to
allude to what seemed to me to be the
most eloquent portion of his remarks,
when ' ne was urging mat loyalty
should be rewarded. It was in the
description of that gieat battle of the
West, -or (south west. (..aiurireesaDoro,)
when he pictured to us in glowing
laneruacre the armies of both sides, the
defeat of our forces, the rally and the
eventful triumph. It was in the por
tion of his speech that he pictured to
us this great event that I really tho't
the gentleman was eloquent, that
while he spoke another great event
in the military history of our country
came fresh to my mind. It was, sir,
on the decisive .fight of Gettysburg,
when the rebel General Lee directed
one of his most able lieutenants to
pierce the Union center which done
would have ended the rebellion, and
disastrously for the republic.- But
there, was in command ot that center
brave and gallant soldier, a man
who knew how to lead his troops to
battle and to victory. A Democratic
soldier, sir ! There was in command
of that center a man, who, when this
great lieutenant of the rebel hordes
came thundering on, burled back his
foroes and saved tne republic - wnat
the result? The rebel lieutenant
who so nearly pierced that Union
center is rewarded by a Federal ap
pointment, and -tUe-iederal general
sent inte exile in the wilds of Da
kota. This is rewarding loyalty!
This Is giving -to these brave men
pheld the standard of the republic
so nobly their due ! How do you ac
count for it? Is it because this Re
publican paity, so overgrown with
pride, so lull oi lust oi power, aare
not do justice even to the men who
periled their lives in the defense of
the republic? "
Mr. iABin-io wnom uo you ai-
lude?-1 1 ' '
Mr. Jacobs I refer to General Long-
street and General Hancock.' ...
Ik Cleveland, Ohio, a few days ago,
Mrs. 8. H. Bloch fell from a step lad
der, while removing some wall paper,
and broke one of her legs ia two pla
ces, The doctors amputated the in
jured limb, and the lady haa since
died from the efl'ects of the accident
or the ampntatlon.
An act has passed the Pennsylvania
Legislature which provides that pris
oners in the Penitentiary be permit
ted to congregate for learning and re
Tun. trial, of , Wm. P. Robinson.
who stands accused of the murder of
State Senator McConnell, of I1L1 will
probably be commenced at JQks3ix,
villa this week. .. . L - . '; & - ;
THE DEMOCRAT' OFFICE.
Having Intel received a new supply of JOB MAT
KH3AL. is now fan; (shed la A style equal ta an
CO ntry office ia Ohio, bavin f . -
TWO POWER PRESSES,
And a full assortment of the latest styles of Tjp
with tha usual faciUUe for doing work of ever
description In the best of style, and as coasosablt
as can be done In any tU-et-cl&ca city office. ,
CABD5, PAPEB, IJTYEL0PE3, ate.,
r v. i . : Always kept on' hand..
Rest ! sister, rest ! around thy bier,
Shall sweetest flowers, be spread ;
Rest.! sister, rest J the silent tear,
Above thee shall be shed ;
We lay thee 'neath the verdant sod,
t Which fairy feet have pressed,
Where human etep has never trod,
'! r .-...j ; Best, bister, rest !
Bleep f- sisterv sleep ! ' where viole.s
bloom,- - .
Their blue eves full rf tears 1
Where angel eyes through midnight
i gioom, .
Look down from starrtsnhproa.
The winds for thee a dirge shall sigh,
. nuu uowera tneir vigils Keep,.';
And music'aj tones float sadly by.
i - . oieep, sister, sleep I
Rest ! sister, rest ! we miss thy eong,
Amid the fairy train. -Thy
smile! oh we. shall linger long,
To 'see its like again.
Thou'lt mingle in the ring no more,
w utcn lairy leet nave pressed;
fhy sports, thv souir and dunm
and dance are
Retit, siBter, rest !
Hon. H. Pendleton the Democratic
Candidate for Governor.
In a Columbus BDecIal to the Cin
cinnati Gazette, several davs a?o. the
statement was made that leadine
Democrats have keen brinffine a pres
sure to bear upon Hon. George If.
Pendleton, to consent to be the Dem
ocratic candidate for Governor. How
iruo this is we will not pretend to
say, for we well know that there are
mauy Democrats in tho State who
are anxious to make him the candi
date; but, without having any right
to speak authoritatively, "we nra
sure Mr. Pendleton can not be indu
ced to be the candidate. It will be
well, therefore, for - Democrats to
abandon all such idea, and turn their.
attention , to some one of tho other
good men who have been named in
connection with that office. The
Presidency is the place for Mr. Pen
dleton a fact that will become more
apparent further along under this ad
ministration. He should be In that
position now, supported by a Demo
cratic Congress. Therein, he can do
the country great good, and it should
be the study ot hia political friends
how they can best promote that end.
The Governorship of Ohio would not.
conduce thereto. No man who ever
filled that office even received the
Presidential nomination from anv
Wayne Co. (Ohio) Democrat.
Odds and Ends.
A Man in the Write Place an ed
The Drunkard's Sweethearts Gln-
Seaside Sentiments The Atlanta
Ocean, lone may it wave.
Keep company with. the eood aad
you will be one of them.
Not where you were born, bnt
where you were bred.
A North California judge has charg
ed a grand jury that a lawful fence
should be "horse-high, bull-strong and
pig-tight. - i . u . ....
Heaven Is merciful and sends relief
in the greatest distress. . .
When a brave man files, ho must
have discovered foul play ' "
In this world there is nothing but
plots and counterplots, , mines and
A man in Cincinnati advertises for
situation, and says, ' work is not so
much an object as good wages,
A young man aavertises in a New
Jersey paper for a situation as a son-in-law
in a respectable family. Would
have no objection, he says, to going .
short distance Into the country.
The dearest epoton earth i home,"
the song being believed. Mr. Peeett
says It is true- costs him twice as
much as any other spot ruins; in fact,
$100 spot each month.
Nobody! Nothing.'-Mlsser, say I
suppose you don't know of no body
who don't want to hire no body to do
nothing, don't you?" The answer
was: " Yea I don't.
A True picture of despair is a pig
reaching through a hole in the fencet
cabbage that is only a few inches
beyond his reath. -
A Writer In the New York Citizen
says: "If Flymoth Rock had landed
on the Pilgrim Fathers, it wonld havo
been a happy thing." ,
An Oregon jounal prints notices of
births under the head of "Come:,, mar
riages it styles "Fixed to Stayj" and
deaths it .reports under the head of
Gone . .. .
An old bachelor, seeing the words
"families supplied,,' oyer the door of
shop, stepped in and bald he would
take a wife and two children.
A Red River correspondent describes
an Indian captive "aa being as grave,
yet resigned, as a man over the corpse
of hia step-mother.
For my part," said the late James
T. Brady, can say, in all sincerity,
that I would rather feel sure- that
when I come to lie I sahll leave friends
to think of me. after I am gone, as
poor Jim Brady, than win the brigh
est name tor earning and eloquence at
the bar." ;
Put two persons in the same bed
room, one of whom has the toothache
and the other is in love, and it will bo
found that the person with the tooth
ache will go to sleep first.
Take your stand in a doorway on a
rainy d ay. As soon as you see a mau
with a nice umbrella, step out aud
6ay to him: "Sir, I beg your pardon.
Nine times in ten he will surrenper it.
A Good One. A pretty " rich oc
currence came off at Sandyvlllo, Tus
carawas county, the other day. Mr.
McFarland, the landlord, and also a
fanner, took a lot of sheep from Col.
Black to keep for him. The bargain
was, that if any of the sheep died,
McFarland was to pelt, or wool them,
which means that he was to take the
hides off, or pull the wool, as he tho't
proper, A stormy night came, and
three of tho sheep died. Mr. McFar
land had a chunk of a boy in his em
ploy, who was not up to sheep talk,
and he ordered this boy to go and pelt
the sheep. Boy started off to obey
orders, procured a club and "went for
the sheep." .. He came back in a cou
ple, of hours, antl McFarland asked
him how he had got on, to which be
demurely replieu : "Oh, middling;
got nineteen of them, but there was
three I couldn't catch." Mack went
the sheep pasture and discovered
that the boy bad "pelted"r nineteen
the cheep to death, and pretty
thoroughly run down the three wild
ones. Holmes Co. Farmer.
THEfroet ior the last few nights past
has had a seriouo effect upon the crops
about Montgomery, "Alabama. Thero
also much complaint In consequence
of the scarcity of labor and the inces
eant ralna which havo greatly retar
ded farming operations.';
The house of Raymond Hazel ton,
near Baraboo, Wis., was burned ou
Monday morning, and Miss Burn
ham, a visitor perished in the flames.
Spanuleb,' aud Arnold, -the con
whom President Johnson
pardoned out of the Dry Tortugas, ar
rived at Baltimore yesterday morn
ing. - - - - -