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:. FRANCIS P. BLAIR,
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' Xavlaat4 by Acclamation, Jnly t, 168.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
. '- For Supreme: Judge,
: WILLIAM E. FINK.
Secretary of State,
- THOMAS HUBBARD.
.'.-- School Commissioner, -SAMUEL
Muntwr Beard of Publio Work.
Clerk of Supreme Court,
JOHN M. WEBB.
Ohio Democratic Electoral Ticket.
(For the State at Larue.)
11UFUS P. RANNEY, of Cuyahogr
l.iran J. JEWETT, of Muskingum
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
i .--.- "
I " For Auditor: .
i ANDREW PONTIUS.
' ' ..' ' Clerk t
GEORGE W. HENNING.
1 - ; ANDREW STAIIL.
' Infirmary Directors
Doctrines of the Democratic Fathers.
' "The several States composing the United
State, are not united on the principle of un
limited submission to their General Govern
ment; but by a compact, under the style and
title of a Constitution for the I nited states.
and of amendments thereto, they constituted
a General Government for sjiecial purpose
' delegated to that Government certain deli
Bite powers, reserving, each State to Itself,
t . Uie reaidury mass of right to their self-gov
t eminent; and whenever the General (rovrrn-
- nient assumes undelegated power, its acts arc
unauthoritative, void, and of no force; to
this compact each Statu acceded as a State,
and Is an integral party, its co-States form
ing, as to itself the other party; tho Govern
ment created ly this coinpaM was not made
the exclusive or final judge of the extent of
the powers delegated to itself since that
would have made its discretion, and not the
Constitution, the measure of its powers; but
n in all other caes of compact among pow
er having no cominou judge, each party has
an equal right to judge for itself, as well of
Infractions as of the mole and measure of
THOMAS JEFFERSON: 1795.
"Every friend of our free institutions
should be always prepared to maintain un
impaired and in full vigor ttik right . axp
sovereignty of Tint statks, and to confine
the action of tar General Government strict-
ANDREW JACKSON: 1837.
"How loathsome It is to mo to see
old friend laid aside, principles of junticc
and friendship forgotten, aud all for tbe sake
of policy; and the great Democratic. Party
divided or cudaucered for roucT I I can
not reflect upon it with any calmness; every
vpohit of it, Uon scrTUiny. turns to harm ami
Uiwnion, and not one beneficial rettult can
"I aiit a Democrat ; every man In
my regiment is a Democrat, and when
I shall be convinced that this war ha
for its object any other than what
have mentioned, or the Government
designs using its soldiers to execute
the purposes of tbe abolitionists,
pledge you my honor us a soldier that
I will carry my sword on the other
aide lot with thut
—Col. U. S. Grant in 1861.
ilrownlow imv.nge to th
Tinnewi-e Icgi.tl.tture urges provision
for a military force to regu'ate mat
tersthat Is, to carry the election.
SXATR3 Fowler and Ross are out
in letters in reply to Bcat Butler's re
port on tUe impeachment. They
Butler has lulled utterly to prove up
on them and others bribery or corrup
tion. Mr. Fowler quotes tbe report
f Mr. Bradyon. Butler's oreratiot8
In New Orleans, ai.d says :
.This ia from the records of the War
Department, and sIioas conclusively
that this General was a traitor to
country, and should have been tried,
convicted, and executed for treason.
A large Seymour and Blair mee
was held at New Brighton, Pa.,
the night of the SOth.
James Keefe hung himself In
barn near little Sandusky, Ohio,
Chaklk O. Hai.pinf., "Miles
O'RwIlly," on Mondayf died in
York from an over dose of clorofortu
taken or neuralgia. . He wa editor
cf the Citizen. '
General Frank P." Blair, spoke'
Leavenworth last Friday. Mr. Peu
dleton spoke In Kentucky- last
to large meetings.
Seymour and Blair meetings
heldinSyracu.se and other towns
Now York last week.
We dwelt in peace
till the Radicals got power.
Tho Illinois Radicals have put
Erastus W. Bates for Treasurer,
la under Indictment for perjury
Marion County, ia that State. He
The eleventh hour carpet-bagger
Ilaughey who was sworn in from
Sixth Alabama District, was a
recruiter in 1S61, '62 and
rebel surgeon through the war.
A Democratic meeting la
county, Missouri, on the 'th
was attacked by the Bads and a
eral fight ensued in which three
were killed and a number wounded.
Fve or six Democrats wero also
. Rein ha nit Goehre was arrested
Crestliue last Friday for stealing
from Samuel Schriver of Bucjrus.
He has confessed the robbery.
A terrible conflagration occurred
OH City, Peonsylvanla.Friday
One hundred and fifty
wqre destroyed, and two hundred
families rendered homeless.
MI Khali have no policy of my own
"U. S. GRANT."
'I Bay again, fellow-citizens, re
member the late of ancient Rome,
and vote for no canilidate who will not
tall 3'ou with the frankness of an In
dependent freeman, the principles
poo which, if elected, he wil I ad
fcfioister your Government. That
man deserves to be a slave who wo'd
vote for a mum candidate when his
"' The Ra5a are angry at Sej mour's
ttsJsvLoAUOa.tlx Democrats ate pleased
Tho Democratic doctrine -are plain
and easily understood. . I Iiv? appeal
to .the iiistki) of all - u. j esxectally
of lauoriiifftiien. The' salvation of
our ouuntry i.J the restoration of
liberty depv. .a uiu them.: What
are they? . , y .
Whi'c man supremacy.
jftcs!oralion of A obedience to the fbi-
sti tut Ion.
JtZqualily of Uie Stale. .
The tarn currency for bondholders
There they are! Are they not right?
Ought they not to receive the approval
of all honest men? Why should any
citizen oppose them ?
. The Democracy wish to elect Sey-
mou it and Blair for tho purpose of
bring!!) about a full and happy res
toration of our country on the abovo
basis of principles. Long enough
have the Disunion radicals teen in
power. Evil enough have they
wroughtwrongs enough ierpetriited.
Their policy has been to destroy, not
to save and pre serve. They have en
riched the few at the expetihO of th
laboring' ...any. They have robbed
states and people of their God given
and constitutional rights. Force rule,
despotism, robbery producing pover
ty and desolation have been the rule
and the result. The war which hon
est men thought was to save and re
store the Union, ha9 been used by the
Radical leaders to establish a despot
ism under which they could despoil
tho mass of tho people and enrich
themselves and their friend.
The long catalogue of wrongs and
robberies, their infamous use of the
ignoiant neero element south to aid
them in their base purposes to estab
lish their tyranny over the white la
borer, should opeu the eyes of all
Still they Come.
Stephen J. Meany, formerly a Re
publican Editor in Toledo, cannot go
Grant. At a Fenian meeting in
Washington Mr. Meany announced
that he had been an advocate of Gen.
Grant, bis name had been to him a
household word, as a soldier. But it
would le a shame for the people to
place him in a position lor which he
is not fitted ; it would not be right to
elect a man us affairs are now, who
has no policy; and Grant has said
that lie has none, and there should be
given to us a man who has a policy
and will carry it out.
Mr. Meany has bad a year's expe
rience in British prisons, for words
spoken in New York. He knows
that the Raaical puity in this country,
controlled, as it Is, by the bondhold-
Inir aristocracy, is the mere tool of
the English capitalist..
Thousauds.daily, are Decoming dis
gusted with tho Radical party, and
declaring their intenticn to vote for
All Hail, Kentucky!
The first State election since the
nomination of Seymock and Blaik
took place in Kentucky Mt -inlay.
and a glorious endorsement it is of
the action of the New York Conveu
timi. Tho Democratic candidate lor
Governor, the Hon. John W. Steven
s h is elected over his Radical com
petitor. Mr. R. Tarvin Baker, by the
largest majority everyiven in that State,
In 1SUI McC'lelland's majority was
0;;,C0;i; Inl8G7Gov. Helm's majority
was 43,119 und now in 181W Steven
son's majority reaches in the neigh
borhood of sixty thousand ! Wonder i
the Rump will call an extra session
ami disfranchise Kentucky? The elec
tion was for State and Minor offices
Where Is It?
We offer a nice reward to uny Dem
ocrat who will tell us whero that
wonderful enthusiasm is to be found
of which the Democratic papers
talking so much. The New York pa
er say it is out Wtst. The Cincin
nati papers say it is in New York.
Tne Northern papers say It is in
South. None ot tem have seen
and cant tell where It Is. It is certain
ly not in Canton. Then where is
If the city of Canton can show
enthusiasm for the Democratic nom
inees, we are totally at a loss to know
where it can be. Will our brother
the Democrat tell ua? We pause
a reply. Mark to. J(e.
Our neighbor need not pause lomr,
He seems to be as blind as he was
year ago. He did not find out "where
i7" was last fall till after the election
and really we fear he did not :'ee
then. If he does not discover after
the election that thi9 change in pub
lic sentiment is nil over we shall
our guess. Our ieople are not
ready to accept Grant aud. negro
equality Grant and five hundred
miliums a ytar with gold for and
taxation of, the rich bondholders.
Mark that, neighbor.
: The Richmond Examiner derives
great, cotisolat ion from the "demo
cratic move which commenced among
the negroes of Georgia and South
Carolina some time slueo,". & which
j it enys has carried Mississippi against
the Kepublicans. That the Democrats
are bating great expectations on
efforts to win over the negroes is
evident, and perhaps not with
out some reason. Indeed It is likely
that considerable success has already
attended their efforts among the
and strange aa it may seem,
not a few of them will be found
the Seymour and Blair ticket
In this the black men of the. South
have shown themselves to be
Uie equal of the governing classes
which make up so largely the Demo
cratic vote in the North. I'ltttbtirgh
. That is. In the opinion of this
cal journal, our whlto working
are no better ' than niggers that
the Idea. It is therefore all right
use the negro element (by the Freed
men's Bureau, bayonet &c.) to enslave
the white men of the North
make them pay the whole, to
the negroes and all. Such if radical
It turns out that Grants' order
ishiug the Jews from his lines was
give his father and comiMiny the.
swing in tho cotton robbing business.
Did this cot put a few hundred
sand also In the General's pocket?
' Oh UlvKses 1 what a sight 1
To see Grant watch the cotton uglit
And that he mife'ht secure the dtw.
Arrest or Inini.-h all the Jews.
A mighty patriot, who for pelf.
Would save the cotton for hituAclf
And thought 'twould he a mighty ln,
If he should let the Jews conic in.
S, "trooly loil" hafrtc and sinij,
This icxo of the cotton ring.
Radicals "reconstruct," that is
gcrize Democrats would lestore.
Which do you prefer, nigger-ifrucA
tion or restoration ? Grant Is for
I Seymour for the other mongrel
SHE SOUNDS THE DEATH KNELL
OF RADICALIGN TO THE
TUNE OF 60,000!
Governor Stevenson Elected, and by
the Largest Majority Ever
Given in that State.
RADICALS READ YOUR DOOM.
LOUISVILLE COURIER OFFCE,
Stevenson's majority in the city
,7")-, a gain of 3,001 since last Au
gust. Our whole ticket in the city is
carried by majorities ranging from
five to eight thousand. Heavy gain
throughout the State as iar as heard
rom, and a falling off of the Radical
vote. Stevenson's majority will be
over fifty thousand and will probably
reach sixty thousand.
W. N. HALDEMAN,
What Radicalism Costs.
Here are plain figures which every
day-lalxrer and every tax-payer ca
understand. "A Laboring Man
writes the following to the Bangor,
For four day's work in 1S5!) I could
buy a barrel of excellent Hour. For
an equally good barrel now 1 have to
work eight days.
For one (lay's work in tsra 1 couiu
buy five pounds of tea. For the same
day's work 1 can now buy but two
... . . . .
tor one uav s worn men i couiu
buv thirty pounds of sugar. For a
day's work now I can j;et but fifteen
1- or a tiav's worK in l-vrj l couiu
buv eight itounds of tobacco. For a
day's work now I can buy but three
l or a uav's worK in isot i couiu
buy fifteen pounds of coffee. For a
day's work now I can buy but five
For one month's work in 1850
could clotlio myself and family for one
year. To d' the same now, I am
obliged to .. ' ; two mouths aud
1 mirrht thus go through the whole
list of articles that a laboring man
his family consume. The fact is that
we are permitted but one-halt oi me
the fruits of our labor ; the other half
troes to the public treasury.
is it not lime ior me aim my ienow-
la borers to look around us. ascertain
the cau-o of this robbery of labor and
apply the remedy ?
There facts are being understood
all over the West by thousands
who have heretofore always voted the
Republican ticket. Men who work
lor a living are beginning to investi
gate these matters as they should.
All taxation is a burden upon the
labor of the laud,
a national curse,
robbery of labor,
also require their
National Debt Is
for it requires the
millions by levy,
The manufactures also must be favored
with a robbing tariff. Add to
these the civil expense of the govern
ment. the Army and Navy,
Freedmen's Bureau, the horde
tax collectors and other government
officials, and laboring men may
why it is that.they now get actually
less for a days work than eight years
The President hus ordered the Sec
retary of ar to withdraw all
military from those Southern States
which have representatives in Con
gress. This is one step in tne rignt
direction. Withdraw irritant bayo
nets from the throats of these South
ern people and there will be no more
scenes of violence in that oppressed
land. The people in these districts
are as anxious for "peace" as General
Grant, and if left t themselves
will have it. They want peace
uot the peace which brings with
slavery and subjugation, dishonor
Thad, Stevess has Just written to
au anxious Republican the following:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, WASHINGTON, D. C., July 23, 1865.
Dear Sir : I hare not declared for
Seymour and Blair, and 1 have only
declared against fools and swindlers,
who have fabricated the most atro
cious falsehoods as to my position
unon the currency ouention. ' '
Wheu 1 am a little stronger I shall
give a lull history of this matter.
which will put the fellows to shame.
if they are capable of blushing,' I
shall take care and protect the tax
Divers from usurers.by making every
man pay and receive Just according
to his contract. i ours, Ac,
At thU rate there will soon be no
room In the Radical party for the Old
Commoner. Greeley and ' Garfield
were those' who misrepresented Ste
Before the war Win, S. Bailey, of
Newport. Kv.i had hrs printing press
thrown into the river by a pro-slavery
mob. lie has just recovered u.iisu
damages of the leaders or the moo,
and t he money has been paid. -c
And ice know a man who printing
material was destroyed by an aboli
tion mob Jn Canton arid who has had
a suit for damages pending sinco 1S61
but haw not .received one cent, nor'yet
obtained a judgment. Justice seems
to bo nlore sieily aud successful In
the South. .
Let it be marKed lor eternal rep
robation that the Democracy In Con
cress,-after clamoring for three years
for-the restoration of the seceded
Stater1, voted In a body against tliei
reconstruction on a Keputmcan basis.
That U "on the. basis of reconstruc
tiou" excluding the while citljons
from tho privilege of voting and giv
lng to the ignorant and degraded ne
gaoes of those States the voting an
political power, aided by a few Infa
mous r.ort hern "carpet baggers and
The Democracy of the Seventh
District at their Congressional Con
vention, held at London last ' week
placed In', nomination Hon.' J, H
'I nomas, of Clarke county.. A very
good selection. Indeed. And we hope
the capital district will elect him.
A radical paper heads a call, "Grant
and Colfax Liberty and Justice
Rally for the Flag."
It should be, "irant and Polltax
Liberty and Niggers-Rally for the
The Louisville Journal Bays that
when two or three. Democrats are
irathered together there will the spir
it ot Democracy oe aiso. : mat s true,
no matter what the : tax la. Alliance
Afomlor ' -
The "spirit of Democracy" referred
to by the Louisville Journal doe not
take to the Arnbling applet toddy,
Grant arrangement. It prefers more
brains with leas of tho spirit-u&l and
less of Africa.
Democrats, dash at your radical
opponents with facts., Give .them
nauseous stuff hot and thick their
negro rule fheir plundering officials
reedmen's liureau fctauuiug ar-
my 7r hundred millions raised by
taxation. Gold for the rich and paper
trash for the laborer disunion, Ac.
Ac. "On with the dance 1" The peo
ple are with us by an immense ma
kj kant smotes and likes pups-
Butler steals and likes spoons Wade
swears and likes niggers Colfnx
smiles aud likes office Stevens storms
and dont like Greeley Chandler
makes (rye) faces and likes whisky.
"In order to curse the South with
military despotism, negro rule and
disorganized labor and Industry, they
(Congress) cursed the farmers t.t tbe
North with taxation. th mechanics
with more hours of toil, the laborers
and pensioners with debased paper,
the merchant with a shifting stan
dard, and the public creditor with a
dishonored anil tainted national faith.
A Glorious Democratic Meeting.
The Democratic meeting last Thurs
day at Hamilton, Ohio, was & grand
affair at least live thousand being
present. So early in the campaign
the meeting was unprecedently large,
Th greatest enthusiasm prevailed.
Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, General
Durbiu ANard and Judge Oliver, of
Cincinnati, wero the speakers.
Suit Against Butler.
Wooley has brought suit nirainst
Butler for t ilso imprisonment during
the impeachment invt-stigation, and
lays his cbimatre at one hundred thou
sand dollars. The writ wasserved on
Butler when he went through Bal
timore. A writ was also served on
him at the same time bv a Baltimore
firm tor money it is alleged he extor
ted from them at Fortress Monroe
during the war.
Ohio Political Movements.
The Democrats of the Fifteenth
Congressional district, held at Mari
etta, nominated Hon. F. D. Follett,
as their candidate.
In the Sixteenth District, at a Con
vention held at Cambridge, the Dem
ocrats nominated Josiah M. Esteo,
uarrison county, as their candidate
I he Kadical Convention at Newark
on the SOth, nominated Charles Coop
er aa tneir candidate for congress
the Thirteenth District. Delano's
name was presented but withdrawn.
The Legislature of Georgia on the 29th
ult elected Joshua Rill and II. V: Miller
United States Senators from that State. "
turns out they are both Union men and sup
port Set Mora and Burnt.
Colfax is going to stump Ohio andOuio
is going to Ftump Colfax November next.
Bank of G. D. Hartcr & $thci
fill I Jig I
E"5t fuscarawas St., Qanton, Qhio
'TItAYEU A WAY From thesub
J aeriber's premises, one-half utile from
Seven of them Lambs.
road to HarrisburKh.
Any person giving information wnere
they cnu be found, will be liberally r-
Louisville, Aug. S, li&SwiS
Louisville, on the 2ith nit..
They look tbe
AN ORDINANCE To provide for
tbe acceptance and confirmation of
KeUb dc Schott a Second Addition to
the city ol Canton.
Be it ordained by the city council of the
eity of Canton,
Sec. 1. That the addition laid out by
Joseph G. Keith and Joseph "Schott,
entitled "Keith aud Schott' s a coad
addition to the city of C'unton," acks
nowled:ud May lOili. 16G8. and a., record
ed en July 10th. 18(18, in map record num
ber 2. pane as in the Kecorder a oulce of
Stark county, iuciuding lots from nuui-
ber twenty-seven to number tirty-eiKht,
both included, be and theKauiu hereby is
accepted as an addition to ttie city of Can
ton, und the dedication ot ail stre- ts. al
leys and other publio grounds hereby ac
Nee. 2. That this ordinance take effect
from and flier its passage and publication..
x'aased August 3, lsbb.
. WM; H. WYANT,
Attest:, Joa. Trout, Clerk.
the Keeping and Transportation
liuu. Blasting, ipd other Explosive
Powder within the eity of Canton.
Be itonlaiued by the cily cenocil ot tbe
city ol Cau ton.
face 1. Ibatusuull be unlawful for nny
person or persons to have und keep at auy
one place, at- tue Hiiue Uu,e, wiibiii auid
cily oi Canum, Ohio, more than twenty-
eiiilit putiuds ill l,ie areute, oi ny and
all kinds of gun, olnstiu-aud other ex
plosive powder, or to keep tbo same
ourceis or iota ot more ttiuu seven pounds
In such parcel or lot; or to keep such par
cols or lots otherwise than.: in aeparale
stone or earthenware jars or jugs, or
tin caunisters securely closed by tiitht
uitiog covers or aiopers to aaitl jura.
Jugs and cauuisteis; and any persou upon
Couvictiou belore the Mayor, oi an jr viola
lion of any of the provisions nf this sec
tion of this ordinance, shall suffer and pay
a Hue ot not less than ten dollars nor more
thau fitty dollars tor each violation.
Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful for any
person or porsous within the city nf Cant
ton, to keep any gun, blaming, or other
explosive powder within . five feet of auy
stove, stove-pipe, furnace, register, hot
air pipe, grate, tire place, chimney or fire,
and upon conviction thereof such person
or persons shall suffer aud pay a Hue
not less than ten dollars nor wore than
bee. 3. That tho first sci'liou of this or
dinauce tdiull not be held to be violated
by the keeping of sueii powder in any
magazine which bereatter may be licensed
by the city authorities for the purpose
keeping vuch powdtr.
Sec. 4. That iu any case where a fine
Imposed tor a violation of this ordinance,
the Mayor imposing the same thall have
power to commit to the county jail
eraon so tiued until said line end coats
be paid, or until su.-h person be discharged
by duo course of law.
Sec. 6. That Ill's ordiuauce shall take
effect liom and alter its passage and pub
lication. Passed August 3d, 18113. :
At ted: Job, TrocY, Clerk,
till ' il 13 ?
BY ITS USE
Gray or Faded Hair is quicidy
restored to its youthful color and beauty,
and with the first application a
beaottfa! elo and delightful fragrance
is yi?en t the Hair.
1 1 will rfinse Hair to grov on Bald Sputa,
1 1 . iil promote luxuriant growth.
F a!.I.J!:1 n.V'.Ii U inimciliatcly cliecked.
"r S:.ie ly all ralt.
i.l-yV r mirvil from Or.enwijh St. to
C. s,.f.f,..tj- rt. 40 Fcrk Place.
A T C II E L L E R ' S
This Well in warranted to work iu the
finest of quick sand, through clay bsnks
into sand .r gravel below. It shuts off all
suriace water, and can be put down to
sny depth required, where an ordinary
Well cannot tie mado. It is also valua
ble to put into old Wells, where a lwrs
supply of water in heeded. Tbe pipes can
be placed in a circle, all of them leading
to the centre, to which a large pump can
be attached, aud will supply from
One to Two Hundred Gallons
This Well is provided with a strainer,
which excludes all quick sands, aud with
out which, this or any ether Well will till
with sand, and In a very short time be-
come worthless; in testimony whereof we
refer you to the Wells which are in use
without tbe strainer. This well has been
thoronghly tested in quick sand, and we
warrant It uuder all circumstances. With
this Well we can raise water auy distance
from thirty to one hundred feet or more.
aud it works with im much as a sixteen
leet Buctien pump.
RB.NNER A KELLY.
Agents for Ktark county.
tTon Right Tor sale.
Canton, Ang. 5, lSGStf.
TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY,
205 IMon Street, JVetc York,
DEVILLE & HPE1DEL,
East Tcscakawjls Stkket, Caktoh, O.,
As their Agents : and in order to meet the
wanta of this communstya have selected
th underinention-d kindsof their Stock,
which are to be sold at Wholesale Prices,
the same as tile Company sell them
New York. We guarantee 11 gooas aold
by us to give entire saVisfaction.
Oolong, Blackl, SO, 90, best $1.00
Mixed, Ureen and uiacn.j so, ski,
$1,00 per lb.
Yonng Hyson, 90c, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.25 per lb.
Old Hyson, 90c. 1.00, 1.10, best 1.25
Uncolored Japan, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.25 per lb.
English Breakfast, 1.00, 1.10, best
1.20 per lb.
English Breakfast Coffee, 25c per
Empire Java Coffee, 30c per lb.
Gronnd Coffee, 20c. 30c. 40c. per
Hotels, Saloons. Boarding House Keep
ers and Families wnoue large quaulitie,
chii effect a grvst caving bv tiding our
ENGLISH BREAKFAST A DINNER
COFFEK which we -will se!l at the low
price of 25c. per pound. It is particularly
recommended, and sure to give perfect
Special attention is iuvited l
TUE EMPIRE TEA CO'S
LONG ARM CHOP,
Of Black Tea with Green Flavor.
It has long beon the study of Tea Pro
ducers ar-i Tasters to procure among
many vai tatiea imporied too numerous
to mention Black Tea with Green Fiavor
that would suit nearly every taate,
become a standard article.
The Empire Tea Company feel conviuc
ad they have at length discovered
long sought for quality in their
LONG ARM CHOP.
up in pound papers,
Which is put
sold at Jl.ii.
Nova. We bee to call the attention ef onr
trons and the public cenerallv to the practice lately
adonted bv crriala Individuals, (styled companies
by themselves) who, by offering to give package
ea or conee, tempt tne tnongntiess ana unwary
become purchasers. V cannot too earnestly
tion our mends to oewsrs or tnia rraunaient ineta
od of doing beslness. as' whatever is GIVK2 away
roust eventually come from the pocket of tbe
the article being either some worthless
trash made np expressly for the occasion, or
weight considerably short or the )ust qaanti'.y.
All teas from this company are warranted
and bear our trade mark.
Aug. 5. IStiStt
NOTICE Is hereby given that
petition will be presented to
Commissioners of Stark county, Ohio,
their next regular session, to be holden
the city of Canton, September 18i8,
tbe alteration of theState road, commonly
callwd "The Thomas Road," and subse
quently altered from Recti's cridge
Beuanild Anderson's, in the year
under the directions of Johm Whipple
Thomas M. Anderson, Comtnissiouers.
beginning at the' west line of section
township number 19, and range 7 (where
said road crosseaaaid section line) and
east line of tbe same section at a point
feet north from a stone planted on
east line of aaid section, at the eastern
on of said required alteration,
on the east boundary of tbe town of
Louisville, and praying that a new
may be located in accordance with
following reciuiretueuts, by beginning
feet south of the southwest corner of
number 10 in Lewia Moreud'a addition
to the town of Louisville, it being a
where tbe aforesaid alteration Of
road by the said Whipple and Anderson
crosses the west line ot said section 13
running thence eastwardly'with the
of tbe street of said addition to a
at or near tho east side of tbo pew bridge
built over Nimishillen creek; theuee
uortli eaatsriy direction to a point SO
south of the southwest corner of lot num
ber 64 in additiou to said town
Louisville; thence south eastwardly
point SO feet south of the south west
of lot number 26 in the town of Louis,
villo proper; thence easiwardly to a
30 feet south of ibe south east corner
lot numbers in said town; thence north
eastwardly to a point 26 foet north
the northwest corner of Adam Loutens
heisera lot (where he now lives); thence
eastwardly to tbe terminus ail of
new road we pray may be tiO eet
except so oiuch thereof as lies between
the point. 80 feet south of the southeast
corner of lot number o ana tue eastern
boundary of East Louisville be made
feut wide. We further give notice
so much of tbe road commonly called
'Gilbert Road" laid out on the 18th
Of March. 1828. be vacated as lies between
the beginning and tbe-vnd of the 1Kb
at or near tbe north eart corner of
southeast quarter of section U, S,
range 7 (now Wise's corner) and
a new road be established by beginning
at thA tarrnmua of tbe first above named
road ; tbxuca in a northeasterly direction
along tho road as now made and traveled
to the'end thereof, except in one or
minor points t be had bv tbe viewers,
Ang. 5, 18ci8.
DR J. MORBELL COOPER PHTHICIAN
Surgeon. Canton, Ohio. Offlje at
with A. J. Douds. Dentist, South Market
K-aldenrc, at. Cloud Hotel. Country calls promnUy
attended to during day or night. juiyziu3a
WATER COOLERS nioe
I Cheap at
HEiUFF'S SALE. -
Ann Clapper vs. George Shott et al.
By virtue of an order to baII Isauad from
the court of common pleas of Stark county
OMo, and to me direoted I will offer for
ale by public outcry at the door of the
court home (Harur'n block la the city of
Saturday, the 6th day of Sept., 18C8,
tbe following described real estate situate
in said county, to wit i Beinor Dart of the
eastbalfof section number 35, township
nuuiDer 11, range nutnner 10, t-ltuate on
the east side of Satraroreek. containing
one hundred and fourteen (114) sores more
or less, and being the premises purchased
ny vxborge ouon iroui tienry wiiuara,
aud -conveyed by said Williard to said
Sbott by deed bearimr data on the 2d day
oi February -V.-1. 1830. aa appears by tbe
reor j oi iieeus or said eouuty, in dook u ,
page 645. Male to commence at 1 o'clock
P. M- Terms easb.
K. A. DUXBAR, Bheriff.
U. R. Feather jfc wife vs. AlphonsFulgraff.
By virtue of an order to sell issued from
the court of common plenn of Stark eouuty
Ohio, and to me directed. I will offer for
sale by publio outcry at the door of the
court hoase (Haiter'a block) in the city of
Saturday, the oth day of Sept., 18G8,
the following described real estate situate
in said county, to witi Lot number 12 iu
Feather's addition to the city of Canton.
Sule to commence at one o'clock P. M,
R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
C HERIFF'S SALET
U. It. Feather ic vife vs. Willinm Elliott
Ey virtue of an order to sell Issued from
the court of commou pless of Stark coon
ty, Otiic, and to me directed. I will offer
lor kkI by publicoutery at tho door of ths
coni t bouse (Llarter'e Block) in the city of
Saturduy, t.e 5th day of Sept., 1SGS,
the foilowimr described real estate sitnai
in said count v, to wil : i,.H number 28 in
Femher'f addit!oi to tbe city of Canton
sate to .-omtance at o o clock f. M
It. A. DCN BAR. Sheriff
SHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Bannister A B u'.ion vs. John Stanacker.
By virtue of tiirev;n-ll expotss lssund
from tbe court of common pleus of Stark
county, Ohio, and to me directed I will
offer for sale by publio ontery at tbe door
of the court house ( llarter'e block) in the
city of Canton, on
Saturday, the 5th day of Sept., 18G8,
the following described real estate situate
In said county, to wit: Lota numbers 145
and 14 in Teeters and Lamborn's uddi
tion to the town of Alliance.
Salo to commence at one o'clock P. M.
K. A. DUNBAR, Shoriff.
Sarah Miller vs. Daniel Miller.
By virtue of an alias order to aell issued
from tbo court of common pleas of Utark
county. Ohio, aud to me directed, I will
offer for sale by public outcry at the door
of the court bontte (Harter'a block) in me
city of Canton, on
I Saturday, the 5th day of Sept., 18G8,
tbe following described real estate aituate
in said county, to wit: Lot number sixteen
(16) in JonninKS A Brooks' ad Jilion to the
town ot Alliauce.
Bale to commence at one a'clock P. M.
R, A. DUNBAR. Sheriff.
(From Dispnstory or tD I'niten states.)
Properties Their orcr is rroag, d'.ffsslTe. and
semewnat aroniatic, tnsir taste oiitsnsn. ana an
logous to mint
ileal Pronsrties and Uses Baehn leaves are
gently stimulan., with a peculiar tendency to
They are Klven In complaints of tbe Urinary Or-
kkiis sncu ar uravet, t-nrouic i aiarrn or ine rJ!o
der Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Urelha,
Disease of the Prostrate bland, and lteteatlnn
liieouLiueucu of Urine, from a teas of tone In
parts concerned li its evaluation. The remed,
bevn reC'immended in Dyspepsia. Chronic
Rheumatism. Catansolis Alxectlons. and Dronsv.
liclrotiuld's Zxtract of Bucha is nsed by persons
from tne ages ot IS to w. ana from ss to o, or
the decline or cbanze ol life; aftAr confinement,
LOor Pains: Bed-VVct'lng in children.
In the affections pecal iar to females, the Bxtrac
Bacba Is aocqualed ay any other reaisdy, as
Chlorosis, or uetention, irregularity, fatnruinsss
or Knonression of Cuetomarv Evacuations. Ulcera
ted oi Sehirron btsu ol the Uterus, Leaeorrhsa,
T)lcie cf the Bladder. Kidneys, Grsvel
Oroneical Swelllnirs This medicine increases
Dovar of Dlvestlou. and excites the Absorbeuts
iato healthy action, by which the Watery or
ctrtoai cenositioua. and ail nunaturai euiarse
ments are re-daced, as well as pain ai-.d Inflamma
tion. Helmbold's Extrscl Bnchu has cured every
of Diabetes. In whlcl It has bM given. Irritation
of the bee, of the Bladdsr, and Iuflsmmattos
the svlfluers. Ulceration of the Kidneys and Blad-
eer, itetniion of L'rlne, Diseases of the Prostrais
U!and. bigne ia the Bladder, Calcmua, Gravel
Brick-Dust Deposit, and Mucus or Milky Discharges
sod for enfeebled and delicate ooueiitutious.
b-jtn sexes, attended with the following ayintoms'
lodip.eivlon to Exertion. Loss ot Power, Loss
Mataorv. Difficulty of Breatblx, Weak Kervcs,
'1 remolinv. Uorror of Dieeaee. Wakefulness.
nt-ea f Vieiou, Pain the liacs. Hot llands. Flash
ing f the Body, Dryness of llie sain, eruption
t:t Pare, Pai!id C'onntenanco, Universal LaitBde
or tuo aii-scuiar aysiem, ssc.
lielnibold't hlxif set B'Jchn. is Dlnretic and Blond-
Puriiyicg, and curee all Piraees arising from
of disi-ipstlon, excesaeq anff impradencea
life, lmpunticd 'A the Blood, Ac., superseding
pa.ba m affections ir which it Is used, such
Oonwn hia, Olects or lozs standing, and Syphi
litic Aue.ctiuns m tueso cissases, used in
nection with Helmhoid s itose Wash.
eild bv ail Druciets and dealers everywhere.
Beware of coucK-rle-.la. Ask for Helmbold's
Taae no other. Price $l.xtt per bottle , or4
for ta.&0. Del.vcred to any aJdres;, Lescrlbe
imoiumi ia aU eomaiunleatlons.
Aadreas B. 1'. IlKLMBoLD, fi4 BOoadway,
None ua flennlne unless dona nu In atcel
graved wrapper, with a lac-slmlle of my Chemical
nareoonse, ana signea.
S A L E -
ON B O THE
BEST FARMS IN BTARK COUNTY,
Sixty and Two-thirds Acres,
Situated tftve miles west of Berlin, on
road to Fulton, and en the cross road lead
ing from Massillon to Mlddlebury
nine miles from Canton. Forty acres
in a good state of cultivation, the balaaea
in timber land.
This farm is in every partfcular desiia
ble. Fruit of evety description raised
the plaoe. Tbe buildings aud water
good. Possession given at -okck
aold before the first of October next.
For terms and further information
quire of the undersigned.
iiil-L.lJf.JI T MCrt.ilN.Lill.
Attorneys at Law.
Canton. Aug. 5, lWWtf
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
DErAKTa KKT tifMSSOKAXCK,
Columbus, Jan'y 81, IsSS.
It ia hereby certified tbat the "German
Insurance Company," located at Cleve
land, in tbe State of Ohio, has co allied,
in all respects with the laws of tLis
relating to aacb. Insurance CornpaQie
the current year, aud his fllod in this
a sworn statement, by tbe proper
showing Its condition and business,
at the date of such atalemeat, as follows
Ain't of actual paid up Capital........ $ 40.000
Agzregata amoant of available assets,
Agreate amoaut ot Liabilities S0,330
Am't of Income for the preceding year, Wtv44
Am't or expenditures for the preceding
year.... ........... .. A3,G97
Am't of stock Motes unpaid secured by
- mortgage.... ......... ,,,, lau.ueu
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
scribed my name, and caused the seal
my omceto be alilxad, the day and
JAMES H. OODMAN,
TL. S. Auditor or State,
J. Kaber, Agent, Canton, Ohio.
AN ORDINANCE To provide
the payment of the Marshal of
City of Canton,
Sec. 1. Be !t ordained by the City Coun
oil of tlieofty of Cantor), Ohio, That
shall be paid, quarterly, to the Cily
shal of said city, in addition to tbe
allowed htm by law, compensation at
raja or faoo per year, tor tne rail
of the duties of that office,
such further duties as are, or may be,
joined on him by the ordinances of
Sea. 2. That to entitle the said Marshal
to such pay. or any portion of the
it is -hereby expressly made hl duty
patrol before the ' most public places
said city, where unlawful disturbances
are most likely to take place, from
dark until one o'clock. A. M., and at
lime, mora especially after dark,
one o'clock A. M., is bo to be found
away bis time in saloons or other
iu conflict with bis duty as aforesaid.
Provided, that wheu such Marshal
in the oninion of a tualorlty of tbe
Council, tail to fully discharge such
aaid Council may, by tne resolution
of a majority ol its members, stop
nav from that litre forward.
Sec 3. Tbat this ordiuanoe take
and be in force from and after ita
WlliLIAM H. WYANT,
Presid snt of the Council.
Attest: Jobph TrvorjT, Clerk.
E M I - A N N IT A L
CLOSING OUT SALE!
, From this date till ,
I will sell my line of
GREATLY - REDUCED PRICES!
No. 2 Opera House Block.
A E. ITT.
Canton , July 22. J83Stf
Nicholas Sibala vs. Maria Kruyer et al.
By virture of an order to sell issued
from tho court ef common pleas of Ktark
county, Ohio, and to Hie directed I will
offer for sate by publicoutery at the door
of the court house (Barter's block) in the
city of Canton, on
Saturday, the 22d day of August, 'G8,
the foil owing described real estate situate
in siiid county, to wit, Being a part of lot
number one iu tbe town or ftlassillon,
bounded as tollowe: Beginning at tbo
Kouthexst corner of said lot number one,
and running thenee westerly alonr the
linn of Tremont street fifty feet; thence
northerly pnralifl with Wt street to the
north line of said lot, and south line of
Cli:irlea Ktreet; thenco eitsterly along tbr
line of said Charles si reel fifty feet to tbe
northeast corner of said lot on Wt street;
thence southerly nhinpr the west line of
said West s reet to the southeast comer of
said lot, it being the plaoe f beginning.
Sale to commence at I o'clock P. M.
R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
CHERIFF SALE (In PartitionT)
Jacob Smith et al. v. Rebecca Arnold
'..f hij on.'r tosell !wsii.l from
ifotnmon n!c?s of Sturk conn
ty. 'Us,, KU.l t.) mo ilirei'tod I will Hr lor
s.-.le bv put Lie out cry at th t'or-r of the
eiurt b'.--;-.s 'Harttir's blr-k) in the ciiy ol
( HWtol., (.11
Saturday, the 22-1 tbty of August, '63,
tin' iol'owinur describe 1 ral estate sitms"
in sail county, to wit: B.'inu: tiie north
baif of the" west half of tbe south west
Quarter of section 23, township 18, Wa-sli-
idiiton, range 6, containinp: forty acrea.
heimt the same premises conveyed by dnert
on the first day of March, lrX4. from Geo.
Frederick to Daniel Arnold, and recorded
in yolume 84, pagea 3 and 4 of tbe records
of Stark county.
Sale at 1 o'clock p. in. Terms One
tblrd cash and tbe balance in two equal
payments wilU interest from day or aul.
secured by mortis K on the premises.
Appraised at $2400 00.
R. A. DUNBAR, Sheriff.
Dayid C. Benson vs. "iVilliam W. Harper
Bv virtue of an rder to sell issued from
the court of common pleas of Stark countv
Ohio, and to aie directed. I will offer for
sale bv publio out cry nt the door of the
court house (Barter's block) in the city nf
Saturday, the 22d day of August, 'G8,
tho followins deserili. d r-al estu-n situate
iuStai k county, Ohio, to wit, liocttdvl as
follows: tue uuuivHien oneiuni oi h pur'
of the northeast quaiterol section 4, town
ship "O, rrtiige , cotniueneinjr at a post ot
tbe north aide of tbo road lending from
New Baltimore east, and at the soul hens'
corner of a lot nf land deeded by William
Hatcher to Jacob Harper; thenco west
along said road six rods and eighty foet
a post, save two rous east 01 tue uiHcip".,
meeting nouse; inence norm six rous ana
eighty feet to post; thenci south six rods
te tbe place oi nefrinning, containing
fraction less than three-fourths of an nere.
it being land formerly known as a part
the meelintt house lot.
Sale to comtneuce at 1 o clock ir, ii.
R. A: UUJSBAK, Sheriff.
Peter Couttet, and bis wife Pauline
Couttet, of the State of Tenui.see, Rfsina
Suvios, the unknown heir of John
Geant, and the unknown heirs ot Francis
ttitvtos, nnd of lies ma yayioa, wnose
names aud pbtcea ol residence are un
known, will hereby take notice:
That on April llib, 18tiS, A. 1., Chris
tiau Hoover, of Stark county, Ohio,
tbe court of common pleas, in and
said county of Staik. State of Ohio, fileo
his petition agutiist John Pautot and
wife Margaret Pautot, and tho above
t nmed purties, us defendants, setting
forth that in the year 1852, A. D . Jutin
P. tieunt, being s'gned in lee of two cer
tain tracts of land, containing over thir
teen acres and live . acres respectively,
situate in section thirty-four, township
twenty of range seven, in said Stark
county, which are more fuily described
iu said paulion, contrscted to sell
convey the sume in fee simple to John
Pautot, ?nd did convey said premises
said Pautot, by deed, duly executed
all respects, but that, by 'mistake of
person who drafted said ueed, said land
was described as lyig in section thirty
three iu sid township and ritnge,
that, i-! 3ike manner, said 1-inds were
sold awl conveyed by said wrong ileserip
tioiL,rfout au Jehu i'auUit and wife
i'etertCnutlet aud Fr;iLCis Suvios joiullv,
and t!,s.i. afterrnt'ds Ktr.d Suvios, ami li-.
wile, Hosina Saviri, by the hum a mi-
uisctintion, cau-sen in like timiiner by
mistake of the ac-itvener. .oii vnveil
5-hiii by deed to ssid Peter Cottttet,
aii.erward6, together with bis wife, by
correct dovcription, conveyed the same
to tne ptainuti.
lliat said petition prays that said par-
ties defendant may be desired to execute
and deliver to said plaintiff' good aud
deeds for said too tracts of land.
ana tbat iu default of their ao doiug
decree of this court be made und held
correct said conveyances according to
petition, and ahull have tbe force and
lect of such conveyances from said
and thatlbe plaintiff may
quieted in his title to said real estate,
lor other proper relief.
BCUAEFEK R LYNCH,
Atty'a for Christian Hoover, Plft.
July ?th 1868. no5-6w
Notice is hereby given. That on
fifteenth day of June. 1868, A. 1).. the
of Canton, (Stark county, Ohio,) present
ed a petition to tue commissioners of
county of Stark and State of Ohio, setting
lortu mat on tne tuird day or septeniuer
A, D., 167, the council of said city passed
an ordinance providing for the submis
sion to tho qualified eleulors o said,
at the general election held therein
October, 1,867, A. D., the question whether
certain territory contiguous to aaid
auould be annexed thereto, aaid territory
being bounded and described as loilows:
commencing at a point In the south-west
quarter of auction sixteen in Canton town
ship. Stark county, Ohio, where tbe
ana east branches oi tueiMinisnillen
forma a junction, thence northwardly
tbe west bank or tbo west branch, uf
Nimishillen creek to tbo north lino of
township, theuco east on said township
line to the east bank of the -cast branch
said Nimishillen; thence southwardly
with aaid east bank to tbe plaoe of begin
ning, not including thut part thereof
already included in the limits of said
Said petitlou also Betting forth that
said general election, held in October,
lSo'7, A. !., aaid question was duly
legally submit. ed to said electors of
city, wnen a largo majority of attid
tuns yuuuK uuDuiu uutaiu'U vuteu in
ol tbe annexation ot saiu territory.
whole number of said electors vounu
Said question being one thousand aud
ana tue number thereof votuiiz lu
of said question being nine hundred
ninety lour. aaii petttiou also setting
forth thut on April aith, IS6S, the oouucil
uf said city directed William A. Lynch
to propose aud present to suid tmmia
(doners a petition to effect such anuexa-
lion, and that he is also auluoriKed to
for aaid city in the premises. Also
plat ol said territory is annexed to
; JNotiee. ia also given that upon the
suming of said petition to suid commis
sioners, as utoresald, said commissioners
anDoluted tbe first Monday in September,
A. D., i967, (being the 7th of that mouth,)
aa the day lor the hoaririg of said petition,
and the office of said oommisaiouera
tue pluoe for bearing the same, aud there
fore caused said petition to be filed iu
ofiico of the Auditor of said county
Stark wt-,re the same may he inspected.
The City op cantos, :..
By WILLIAM A. LYNCH.
Juiy 01 ft, 1388. noii-dw
vr O T ICE. -
Notice is hereby civen that I have
ed my Huckleberry Swamp, West of
ers' Lake, andtneretoro yvarn au persona
from tresna9Slne urxio saiu premises,
tbe law will be emorced.
CutoB, July 8. Ii88,-tf.
Tor restoring Gray Hair to
its' natural Vitality and Color
A dressing which
is tit oucc agreeable,
healthy, and cfriclnnl
for preserving the
hair. Faded or ytai
hair is soon retoW
to its original rotor
with the gloss and.
TaSM Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by -its use. Nothing cau restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with" a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it cleau and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or fulling off, aud
consequently prevent balducss. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous and
injurious to. the hair, the Vigor cau
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Coutaiuiug neither oil nor dye, it docs
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long ou the hair, giving it a ricli glossy
lastrc and a grateful perfume.
ilyyV-'J. JHeiTy Pectoral,
ITor Diseases of the Throat and Lunga;
such aa Coughs. Colds, Whooping
Cough, uronohius, A sthma,
Probably never before la Uie whole history of
r-.J,lK-..ie. Li suyUiiiw won o widuly and so deeply
Uu.,ii u commence of ""d, a Uii. excclient
. -. m.-lv for jiuiiuonai-y coiuoluints. Through a Iodj
. .'. i ve .rs, and among niort ef Uie races of
'.. a has ri.-.eu lusher and higher in Uieiresuma
.....i, us it has become belter known. IU unUorm
.rm-ter auit power to cure Uie various aflecuons
of L';e luu'b ami Ih.-oat, have uiade il known as a re.
ilb!e ).;ou;ctor ayaiuat Uiein. While adapted to
in:liferTorins of disease and to youag children. It Is
st Ku .-oiue time the most effectual remedy that can
be pivea lor incipient consumpuon, and the Una.
it ci ous affections of tho throat and lungs. Asa pro
V:. i.m .licaiuat suiiden attacks of Croup, it should
be l.e tt on hand in every taniUy, and indeed as all
,euuiv sunjeci to coiuw
and coughs, all
riioiilil Imj provided wiUi this antidote for them.
.itiiouiiii settled Vonmtttnption is thought tn-r'ui-jble,
still great numbers of case where toe dis
Ae Banned sullied, have been completely cared,
mi. I tiie patient restored to sound health by the
IV.--ry 1'rrtartU. So complete Is its mastery
ovyr the disorders of the Lungs and Ihroat, that
the moot obstinate of them yield to it. V hen noui
lun cle could reach Uiem, under the CMrry fec
l;rii they subside anil disappear.
iiitiyr Public Speakers find great pro.
tu-'.tioa fivin it.
.1 tt hnia U clways relieved and often wholly
u-cd by it.
.-.ntitrh itit is generally cured by taking tbo
r,. fr;t irftoral in small and frequent doses.
o genei aHy ni-o its virtues known that we ueed
nut publish Iho ceitiflcaus of them here, or do mere
thr.n as-.m-e tbe publio that ita qualiUes are fully
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Sor 'Fever and Aarue, Intermittent T"eTer.
Ch:il Fover, Remittent Fever, Dumb
At: is. Periodical or Bilious Fever, 4.O.,
Mil indeed all the affections whioh arise
f-o:n malarioua, marsh, or . miaamatio
A" it" name implies, it does Cur, and does not
f-.l. Co-.iuining neither Ar-euic Quinine, Bismudi,
.im-, nor any other mineral or poisonous substance
-hnt-vcr, it in nowise injures any patient. The
mi1!!!!- anil importance of its cures in the ague dis-
t i -i ., arc litcrallv bevuiid account, and we believe
vmhnut a parallel in the history of Ague medicine.
Our pride is gratinel by Uie acknowledgments wa
n.-;rive of the radical enres effected in obstinate
rats and where other remedies had wholly failed.
lTiiat;climateil persons, either resident in, or
t'a veiling tlirough miasmatic localities, will be pro
.-. tct by taking the AtiVE CUltK daily.
I'o. J.irr Vntnpiaintm. arising from torpidity
f t!i Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stiniuiatuur
pi. l.ivT into hcalUiy mbvitv.
Y. . f, for liihous Ihsorders antl Liver Complaints, It la
FEACTICAL AXD AXALYTICAL LlIEMISTS, an ex-cllcnt reinwly, producinir many truly re-
innrkable cure, where other medicines had failed.
LOWELL. MASS. rv-,,ar.vl by IR. .1. C. Avkr Co., Practical
' ami Analvtu al ChemUta, Lowell, Mass., and aold
PEIOX $1.00. !" u"tl tle world.
rnrcK, 31.00 ?ii bottlb.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
t IWlll - Va - Ji
A Positive Remedy for all
kinds of Hiimors, .
Sorofula, Sourvy, Salt-Rheum, Carbun
cles and Boil, Ulcers and all obstinate
Affections of the Skin. Inflammatory
or Chronio Rheumatism, Piles, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Mercurial Diseases, and every
taint of the System ; Dytpepaia, and those
Affections originating In the Derangement
of the Digestive Organs; viz.. Bilious
Complaints, Neuralgia, and Nervous Af
fections, Headache, Languor, and Depres
sion or Spirits, Lot of Appetite, Consti
THIS excellent medicinal compound was first
prepared by Dr. J. W. POLAND, in 1847,'
and was then employed with great suooess la
expelling humors from the blood; but In 1SI8 a
medical friend who was quite celebrated aa a physi
cian, especially in the treatment of humors, sug
gested some Important improvements, which were
adopted, and which has made It (so the people say)
tbe Tory best remedy for all kinds of humors known
to "the faculty." ' '
Tius preparation is composed entirely of vegeta
bles, among which are Sarsaparula, Yellow Dock,
Noble Pine, 21 un drake, and Bloodroot,
When the originator lived in Mew Hampshire, at
Goffstown Centre, for the space of thirty or forty
miles around, and in Manchester parUcularly, the
Humor Doctor was wcU known and highly valued
for the numerous and wonderful cures which it ef
fected. Though manufactured in large quanUUes,
the supply was LrequenUy exhausted; and purchas
ers had to wait for more to be made. In that re
gion, some very severe cases of Erysipelas were
treated with, and they were cured! Erysipelas
sores, or carbuncles, those ugly, painful ulcers,
were entirely removed wherever this medicine
was faithfully used. So it was with Scrofula and
Salt-Rheam. The Humor Doctor cured them.
It it free from any dangerous drags, ts pleasant to
the taste, safe, yet sure and effective In its actios.
rREPARED AT TBB
NEW-ENGLAND BOTANIC DEPOT,
And for tale ly all Dealers in Medicine.
C. DAMON CO. Proprietors.
Androw Cubbisou et tu vs. John Ball fc
Co. et al.
By virtue of a vend! exponas issued
frorn the court d common pleas of Stark
omit v. Ohio, and to tue directed I will
oll.-r for mU.- by public nut crv at the door
of the eourt house (Hurler's b,o,,k) in tbe
city ot Canton, ou
Saturday, the 22d day of August, '68,
ili following described real estate situate
in Bind county, t wit: Being a part of tbe
southeast nuurter ot section number li,
township number 10, range 8, bounded as
i'ollows : Beginning at the sou'h east cor
nerof an addition to the town of Canton
):iid ut by Daniel UjUVnspprxer; theuoo
northerly on the east nneol s-aid iiiditlon
to tbe norllieast ei-rner thereol ; thence
easterly on the south lino of lands owned
bv John 1". Boekius, to Ismin toi-merlv
owntiil bv E. D. Albert and David Sher
rick; thence westerly on said Albert and
alierrickss line L the place ot beginning
containing five acres and one-half more
or less. .Also, tbe following lots in said
Ruffeisspcrger's . doilion to the town of
Canton, to wit: Lots uuiuht rs 8, 9, 10, 11
12, 19 and 20. Ats lot number 4 in Ray
nolds's addition tn the town of Canton
Also the lollowii.e tieicril-ed part of said
southeast quarter oi section number a,
township number 11). ranees, bounded as
Iollowa, to wit: Beginning in the centre of
the run, at the c-outtiktast corner of the
tract first described: thunc.e south 141 dec.
West 5 chains and !)7 links to a post In ssid
run; thence north 87i neg. wont 5 chains
aud 57 links toa post; thence north 25 (leg.
eu it 7 uliaina and Id I inks to h post; thence
south 74? deg. east 9 chains and 29 link
to l!i olacu of beginning, containing six
acres and thirty-eight hundredths of ari
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p.m.
R. A. DUNBAR. Sbriff.
How Lost How Restored
Just DuMtiheed. a new edition of fr. CuaVrwell'
Celebrate Kay on the Jbuiicil -Cure, vvjtnout
medicine! of Si'erniatorrhtta. .or Seminal Weak
nets, luvnlnutarv t-emiiiul Losses. larOTkacv;
Mental and f hysical Incapacity, intneduuents to
Marriage, Ac,; a'so ConMiimption, pileisy, and
Kits, induced by self indulgence or sexual extrava
ens- i-ri'-e. in a sealed envelope, oniy o cents.
The celebrated author. n 'M afmli aiile essay,
cU-ariy dt--muu.rratAs from n thirty year's succcss-
' internal medicine or t ho applies
linn of the knife; pointing out a mode ot cure at
cmi-e simple, certain anl effectual, by means of
whn-h ewry suneier, no matter what his comlt
lion may be, may be, may cure himseil cheaply,
privateiv and rauicaliv.
)rTiit Lecture ahould be in the hadds of everv
I ynuin anj everv roan in tne land.
oent uuder seal, in the hands cf every youth an
Y( ry man in theiand.
-nt. nnuur seal, iu a main envelooo. to anv ad
dress, postpaid, on reecipt o' six cents, or twe pest
siamra. Al.-o, Dr. Cnlverweli's "Marriage Quid
price vo ceute. Address the Publishers,
CL14. (J. KLUHK LU,
12 Bowery, fisw York, Post-Onice Bos, 4.6S4,
nil nmrii.-.. Ih.t Ihn hlurmtnn i-finhonn.iip.i nf
lavor i su-uuuso may da raaicutiy cured witnout tn
The I dangerous use of
"DOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE
Any porson wishing to buy a first class
bonrdin honse, is requested to all at
Ibi cfliire for particuiats. The house ia
well turnisncd. has at present eighteen
boarders. It is situnted on the Publio
Squuro in Canton. Lease four years.
Kent low. i. all noon.
Cuutoii, July 1, 1S68.
Puts tn th bst Tin Roof.
OOKlNU-U LASSES, WINDOW
SHADES, OIl-tlL-OTHS, Ac, Ao.
tor ile cheap, at COKREL.LS'.
tUUtiNS OK Li SHAPES
bttit made Hi w irranteo at
THE BEST AND MOST ECO-1-
XOMICAL STOVE IN USE.
Little's Improved Cook Stove -
For either Coal or Wood.
This popular Family Cook Stove has
now been brought to such a degreee of
perfection, aud by actual trial has con
firmed all t hat is claimed for It. We can
therefore safely say it is tub most fkb
FEcr stcvk in uk1 and defies all com
petition. As a baker It is unsurpassed ; .nd la
every respect it never fails to give satis
faction. Wi! also continue nt our establishment
ut Empire Block, the
Tinniog and Spouting Rusiness.
We give fcpeciaLtttentiou to
SPOUTING AND ROOFING,
And we invito our friends in want of
such work to give us a call Our terms
Copper, Tin, and . Sheet-Iron Ware
Sold t Wholesale and Retail. R. Littlr
& Brother have the busine-w in eharge.
Canton. Ohio. May 27th 188.
ATCHES AND JEWELRY.
OTTO W1XTERH ALTER
AVatclt and Cbronometer Maker,
Begs leave to announce to the citizens of .
Canton and vicinity that hu is
about opening a store in
No. 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Having a thorough knowledge of the
business, and a targe assortment of the
Geneva & American Watches, Clocks,
jewelry unci biiverwarei
I can secure to my customers some ad
vantages of which they will be ready t
Spkcial Attention will be paid to re
pairing of all kinds, which will be done at
1-easonttoin prices, ana on snort notice.
S-Ch11 and See!-iS
No. 1 Opera House Block.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
RED. KEMPER & CO.,
Having purchased the interest of Kemper
& Appel iu the Cigar and .Tobacco buai
ness, invite their frieuda and the publio
geuerallv to cull and examine their stock
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Which consist In part of the
Best Havaoa, '
Seed aud Common
! . CIGARS..
Best brands of , . ..
Fine Cut Chewing,
Buckeye Imperial, ,
J, Ambrosia, ,
' ' And all kinds of '.' .
PLUG TJark and Bright.
Best brands " ' M '" '
S M O KrI H G
Lone Jack, VlrgiDlty, Birds-Eye
. -! -. ' i : Sachem, Ac.,' '; r .; : -
.... . . .. . -. '.'! '. !
And general aHsort ment of '
5 I PES, ' P O U C H E s V :
And Smokers' Articles Generally..
JEgRemembor the Place, iu Rawle'a
Red Front, East Tus. street,
June 13. 18d8tf
OIIKAPJSB THAN KVKR AT TBB
ENQUIRER OFFICE, CINCINNATI, O-
Send for a list of Prices and Siaoa.
Pendleton's "Greenback" Speech;
In pamphlet form, at
Per hundred, f 2 CO
five hundred, 7 50
. thutivand, 12 00
HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON,.
Written by G. M. D. Bloss, Associate
Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Cheap edition, 2.5 cents, bound in cloth;
with apeecUes, $1 0U,
Address orders lor tbe above to
O. II. BISHOP.
Enqtirer Office. Ciu.. O.
July 1. 1868.
FORKS, &c, Ac, for sale cheap, at
PE AND KIXTURES
lai istBortanent. at