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WEDNESDAY,:::::::::::: AUG UST 5.
Stark County Democrat for the Campaign.
We offer the Stark CorvrY Democrat
from August 1st till' after .'.the rrciulontia
Election In November, for tlie small sum of
FORTY CENTS.
Send In tho names.' 1 We ahall publish all
the leading Democratic speeches, and make
our paper second to none In reverberating
Democratic thunder in favor of 'Wiiitic Sc
pbimaot Evjial Taxation, and osb C'rit-
BENCT nt Tn HONIIIOIJEK AMI THE i ! iv-
holdik.
Let the Laborer get as money as the
nou tax -paying Bond-holding Aristocrat.
This is tho Democratic Platform.
New Advertisements.
Farm for aile Ik-lden fc McKinley.
Tubular Well Henncr & Kellcy.
Empire Tea & Company Deville & Spic
deL Rood Notice Nimishlllen. '
Stray Shr-ep X. Ponnuier.
Sheriff's Sale -Sheriff Dunbar.
Medical II. T. Ileluiliold.
WANTED.
A good boy is manted immediately at this
ofllce.to learu the Printing Business.
Maon-oua Water A delightful toilet ar
ticle -superior to Cologne aud at half the
price. 4o-2t
Persons In need of the services of an ex
perienced Dentist should not fail to consult
Dr. Doers, who has an experience of twelve
years practice In Canton. The substantial
character of his work is fully attested to by
hundreds of prrsous who have availed thuui
selves of his services. The varied experi
ences of so many years ivroctice, insure to
persons entrusting the care of their teeth to
him. the cheapest lwaii.se the most dnxa-
ble operations. Otllce near Oberley's Gro
cery and opposite Stark County Bank. 45-tf
Central Committeemen.
The following gentlemen were found to
be elected Central Committee for the ensu
ing year.. , , .
Paris Township, J. P. Rouch; Wash
ln"ton, Peter Veserat; Lexington, J. B.
Wilson: Marlboroiurb.. John Bryan: Nimi-
shillen, Joseph Gai'imttc; Osnohurg, J. D.
Miller, Sandv, W. II. Kuotts; Pike, Dr. C.
T. Walker; Canton, Wm. A. Lynch: Plain,
Levi McKinncy ; Lake, Kdward Berry
Jackson. John Hammer, Perry, J. B. Es-
tep; Bethlehem, John Leow; Sugarcreek,
H.J. Mcla-vn: Tuscarawas, J. V. Mer
lin; Laurence, Geo. J. McCadden.
Congressional Delegates.
The following are the names of Delegates
to the Congressional Convention:
Paris, John Carson; Washington, D. 1L
Smith; Lexiiunou, II. Waiser, Marlloro,
Jacob Biur, Nimishii.eu, L Landou; Osna
burg. S Snyder; Sandv; W. II. Knott
Pike, Dr. C. T. Walker, Canton, Law
rence Alexander, Wm. Dannemillcr; Plain,
John Steel; Lake, L. Ruber; Jackson, Sam
uel Beatty; Perry, Levi Stump; Lee;
BetblcAteui, Alex. JleudcMon; Sugarcrcek,
S. B. McFarrcn; Tuscarawas, S. Kriderj
Lawrence, Job Haney.
44Onward, right onward, . .
" Into the Valley of Death,
Rode the Six Hundred."
But larger, by hundreds multiplcd into
millions, than the band who rode to swift
destruction in Tennyson's poem, ia the great
cavalcade of unhippy men rushing to un
timely graves, followed by the gaunt spectre
Dyspepsia. This is all wrong, and should
cease. Plantation Bitters, the great stomach
Pain Killer, cure Dyspepsia, Heartburn,
Headache, Vertigo, Dullness, and all symp
toms of a kindred character, as if by magic.
For Langucr, Lassitude, Great Weakness,
and Mental Depression, they have a won
derful effect.
Blank Books, Paper, Envelopes, &c,
sale at this Otllce. tf.
Wastsd A farm to rent by an experi
enced farmer. Enquire "at" 1he Democrat
ofllce. August 4, 1869. 4t.
Local Brevites,
Fremient rains during the past week,
weatlier not so warm.
Our County Commissioners were lu sess
ion on Monday. ' '
Our new Court House beirins to show
progress.
The National Bank building ou the
Eagle Corner Is running up.
The new and splendid block on the
Cassily Corner, extending to the Schilling
& Herbruck store, is being finished off insido
rapidly. The store rooms will be occupied
In a few weeks.
New potaVxo iela'1 at tw.' dollars
bushel in town.
A eooD, motive girl can' find' employment
Sbkd os thb Ci.i'bs for the Stark County
Dxmockat. Only fobtt cksts a copy
after the Presidential election.
SsTJaOCB axd Blaik. We have just
from New York sample portraits
Horatio SiTMora and Gkskbal F.
Blaib.
These likenesses wo know to be correct,
andTln size an j execution they arc admirable,
Price only 23 ccnta each.
by applying immediately at The Book
try, Uarter'a Block, up ataira. j -
We hear of fa-mcrs threshing 30 and
buifeU of wheat to tha men ia this neltHi-
borLood, :
Os tlie afternoon ot the 23tU ult this
wa? visited with a violent hail storm of
hour' duration. ' Hail fell nearly the size
filbert. In some sections the corn was
to tho ground, and vegetables cut
It had the good effect of killing off million
of graaahoppers. . j
Hiset SiiKKava has been appoinied,
3uBrme Postmaster - at Alliance.
Shreeve baa teen Deputy P. 31. ince
deeaso of Humphrey Hoover, and is a
.
Tiik Postmaster at Canton has a
from Manistee, Mich., stating that an
sion ia a mill, a few days since, killed
nicu, oac pf whom was Charles Koous.
latter had informed a gentleniau of
place that hU father lived in Canton,
wa a - machinist. A letter is now
the Cimton Post Office awaiting delivery
REPUBLICAN.
Wa received a coll- yesterday from
AViujam T. Mathiws, of Kew York,:
of the distinguished portrait painters of
city. - Mr. Mathews will Bp nd a month.
so In this section of Ohio. ' Any persons
siring a finished portrait of
can communicate with Dr. ' Joseph
Mai hew of this place. We apeul a
hour or two in Mr. Mathews' studio at
Broadway, while In New York a few
since, and we shall try ai d mention
we saw at another time.
Usxdek, do you wish to help tho
cratic cause,1 and promote the election
Seymour and B'jilr ? . If you do, 'get
neighbor, 'who does uot take "the paper"
subscribe for tlie Stark County Dkuocbat.
It Is only foktt casta from now till
the Presidential hjction.' -
Council Proceedings.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Present full Board. President Wranl in ths
Chair.
On motiou the reading of the niimil'S Of
the fonncr meeting Were dispensed ith.
PETITIONS.
A jietitioii was presented by J. C. Shultc,
praying for a change in the grade- of 10th
Street, and to construct slono culvert over
the sewers on Walnut Street at the crossing
of 10th as it is at tho intersection of E. Tus,
Referred to the council in a body which met
yesterday at 5 o'clock p. m. on the spot.
REPORTS.
Front the Committee on Police, that the
tool house iu the real of and adjoining the
hook aud ladder house, be converted by
proper repairs into a Station House or City
Calaboose. Action deferred oneweck.
From the Committee ou Gas that posts be
erected from Cherry Street to tho New De
Iot. Accepted.
From Committee on Streets repotting ad
versely on claims for damages from undue
overflow of M ater on private property. Ac
cepted.
From Committee on Water Works (Mr.
Schuefcr,) that he was authorized to visit
Cincinnati at the last meeting, end was about
to start, when ho received a letter from En
gineer Karnshaw stating that he was at leis
ure and would rather visit Canton before ma
king an estimate for the Water Works. He
was accordingly written to come, and was
soon expected.
The Committee on Accounts of Ciiy Offi
cers reporting on Mr. Pattou" claim of $100
balance due him its Street and Health Com
missioner. Objections being made, the ac
count was referred back to tho committee.
CLAIMS.
The following claims were
Sheriff Dunbar, boarding prisoners. $ -5.j,00
A McGregor & Son, printing
A. Reiutzell, City teamster,
W. 1L Wyant, hay for city horses,
Correll & Son, for gas corks,
44 44 goods f ir fire dt p't,
F. W. Haack, setting glass,
The following claims were referred :
City Solicitor, for services, $'2o0,00
Mayor Sayler, for special police, 14,00
Both of the above were referred to com
mittee on acc. of City oflicers.
30,00
87,00
13,00
28,00
8,04
l.0
ORDINANCES.
To provide for the acceptance aud cimi
firmatiou of Keith fc Schotl's second ad
dition. Read the third time and passed,
To regulate the keeping and transporta
t-on cf gun, blasting anil other explosive
powder within the city of Canton. Res
the third time and passed.
Mr. M. Raynolds, by permission of
mittee submitted a proposition thai the pave
ments on the West end of West Turrwa
street be not more than ten feet wide,
only widening so as to make tin'
Seventy feet wide.
The com mittee on Eire DcpJtrliarii hai
thoriziil to exchange houses with the ltc-.i-cue
Fire Co. and the Steamer, . II.- foiiiiir
tsking the Hook and Ladder uov.i.c.
Election Treasurer wm- .ilirft-nvd mail
the next meeting.1 "!"." ''
The Chief Engineer snggested thac clay
pipe instead of wood be., procured for Hie
cl.lcrn ou South Market street. . Agreed
Adjourned for oue week. i--- "
ir,-,-t
Transfers of Real Estate.
for
anil
old
The following are the Transfers of Real
Estate for the post week : - ,-
Teeters, Lamborn & Co. to Louis Moshey
lot 225 in T. L & Co',: adiL to Alliance,
$2,500. . t. - . i.
Jacob Vaughn to Orlando Martha lot 7'-'
Bethlehem, $475.
Aaron Shanabruch to Peter Anthony
of lot 249 in Canton, $2,000.
Millxiuru & Shrouds to Moses & Strayer
part of 'ot SO in Waynesburgh, $7,700
Joe Metzler to II. H. Myers lot 31 in Mey
er's add to canton, $50.
Duvld Hoover to Mary E. Marshall lot
and part of lot 27 in Wells' add to Alliance,
$1,600. '
Augustus Rastetter to Matrdalena Heidct
lots 14, 55 and 23 in Horrisburg, $128.
Mathias Hester to Ann S. Combs J acre
Lexington tp. $100.
Sam'l Smith to Bechel & Phillips 33
in Canton tp. $4,0GS.
P. G. Albright to Isaac Nettleton part
lot 98 in Massilou, $5,000.
Elisha Teeters to Sarah Bailey half of
35 In Teeters' add to Alliance, $200.
Henry Aunche to Henry Bailey half
lot 85 in Teeter's add to Alliance, $100.
J. B. Millner to Jesse Paxton lot CO in
& L's. add to Alliance $425.
old
-r
Eu-hlek's Tnocre. Thejchoicc and
plete dramatic company of Mr. John Ellsler,
Manager of the Academy of Music at Cleve
land, commenced an engagement at
fer'e Opera House on Monday evening last,
The premutation on Monday evening
Kotzbue's popular and thrilling drama
tiik Stkangki:, and it was most beautifully
and effectively rendered. Mr. J. W. Hill
Tax Stkaxoeb, and Miss Clara Morris
Mrs. Holler were admirably filled. Mr.
ler as Old Solomon was a complete success,
and Mr. E. Murray Day as the Baron,
the man himself. Mr. Henry Ellis as
cis was also creditably performed. Mr.
ving as "Peter" was Peter's own self.
otlier performers well sustained their part.
Tho farce was 44SrDrKX TnoroiiT'"
Mr. Irving as Jack Cabbage wa in bis
vorite role, while Mr. Sidney Smith n
till
re-ccivi-d
of
P.
Bind
S3
city
one
f
flat
tened up.
and
Mr.
tlie
Rad
ial. letter
explo
ten
Jim
that
aud
hi
to
erick Impulse, was adeemed tiiiccr v.
1
- The pieces last night were lh-: 1'ACTonY
Girl and "Mr Tens Nkxt." The
gootl audiences both evcuinija.
rntciigement is only for this week.
Klller and his troupe had a fine ruu of
houses at Akron prior to their engagement
here. feethf bill for thin ryrnipg:
Me,
one
that
01
de
themselves
II.
pleasant
925.
weeks
what
Demo
of
your
to
-'after
tf.
' it ai 1.1:0 ad EMCBTE.-Day before
3Ir. Thos. McCue took assage on the
Pacific Railroad at Sacramento for
fax. When the Conductor came around
demand tickets, Mr. McCuo atkod what
fare was. The Conductor said mat
would pay the demand. - McCue tendered
$5 greenback bill and- 50 cents in silver.
Tlie Conductor said 3Ir. Crocker was
board, aud that he would consult that
Tho Conductor returned and said
fare to Colfax is $5,64, whereupon
tendered f S in Greenbacks and 5o cents
silver coin.- The conductor refused to
this, and forcibly put McCue off the
The end is not yet. Grass Valley
Union.
' 1 We rcgrtt our friend McCue was
led to foot it But we presume he will
whether Greenbacks a he a lestai.
California. Railway companies here
sider the greenback a legal tender,
landholders do not to tii km. Great
try!
BARSUAirr & Co. Tlie Furniture
of Barnhart Co. has been
ved from the old corner of East
aad Walnut Streets to their spacious
rooms in Haas's building, opposite
Wholesale Grocery Establishment in
Block.
Messrs. Barnhart & Co. have now
niticeut business room, and space up
in which to exhibit their splendid
choice furniture. We advise our friends
need of good furniture to givo them a
See their advertisement in this paper.
yV s were in error tast week in
was Mr. Bomm's stable that was burned
7th Street. It belonged to Mr. F.
ner. It is supposed the fire originated
some little boy playing with matches.
nd
The Eclipse. On the night of the 17th
of August, when the clock mark 9 p. .,
the moon, near the period of sunrise in India
will pass over the sun, and create a solar
cchpsc, lasting fully six minutes, and from
forty to fifty seconds.
The records of astronomy contain but few
accounts of solar eclipses. About the first
well olTved eclipse was one which tov,k
place May 6, 1706, but concerning this phe
nomenon we have no accurate data, because
the records refer chiefly to such effects a-
were visible to the naked eye. Another s -
lar eclipse occurred in 1715, and one in 1773.
In 1842 occurred a total eclipse of tho sun
of several minutes duration, and in 1851 the
earth was darkened by another eclipse. The
bliadow paths of most of these eclipses pass
ed over Europe. In 1SG0 occurred the fa
mous eclipse which was. most favorably vis
ible in accessible parts of Spain. Observa
tions made at this time by the most eminent
astronomers of Europe, settled the long dis
puted point in the affirmative whether there
were red protuberances on the sun. The
question as to what these rosy prominences
consist of will doubtless bo partially, if no
wholly, solved by the discoveries iu connec
tion with the 17th of August eclipse. The
eclipse commences with tho Island of
Peerim, in the Gulf of Cambay, Hiudoostan
and the shadowy path will pass over India,
the Malay Peninsula and the Islands. The
scientific men of England have organized
two expeditions respectively under the aus
pices of the Royal, and the Royal Astro
nomical Societies, with Lieutenant Herschel
(a son of Sir John) at the head of the for
mer, and .Major Tenneut in charge ot tlie
latter. France and Austria each send an ex
pedition ; The Government of the Northern
German Cohfederacy has been summoned
by the men of science in Berlin to send an
expedition likewise, and possibly his Holi
ness the Pope, may send Padre Secchi to
the spot. Tho English Astronomers have
chosen the East Indies as their district for
observation, and the officers of the survey
staff will be distributed along the track of
tho eclipse, well supplied with all tho appli
ances necessary for taking the most elabor
ate views. The French Expedition will b
stationed on the Malay Peninsula, principal
ly at Malacca. The Austrian Asti ouoruers
will be located at the Arabian town cf Aden,
their scene of operations, however, extend
ing much further along the path of the
eclipse. The other expeditions will be scat
tered over Iudin. The survey staffs of the
British and French expeditions, aided by
their Government, arc now engaged in ta
king measurements mid establishing posts of
ol)servation front the Red Sea to Australia.
Among the points to bo determined
whether there exists another planet between
the nl.tiH-l of M erenrr and the Sun. Mercury
lu
ii idxmt u7 millions of miles from that
miliary. As the monsoon will prevail at the
! lime of the eclipse, it is feared that clouds
! iiirv inlerfeie with the observations.
to.
mint was seen to be on fire. Pkivath word
as immediately sent for the Steam Fire En-
in
2G
in
of
lot
gine to Blip down. No alarm was creatcV
and no other Fire Engiue was desired or invited.
Of course the Steam Engine was
soon on hand, and hurled the water upon
the burning lumber house for two or three
hours. They finally slopped and concluded
to examine to see the amount of damage
done. Imagine their agreeable surprise,
when they found the alarm had been false,
and there had been no fire there at all that
morning.
A UltBAT FlUK THAT WAS NO FlliK. Oil
fhursday last the large lmnlier dry house
f the Ball & Co. Manufacturiii'; K.-tabliL-
A Rapb Cass. Mrs. "Mary Ann Giesel,
living on Plum Street in the 3d Ward, made
.complaint before Justice Sayler last week
that on the night of the 27th ult. one
N. Schneider, a barber of town, .had com
mitted a rape upon her person. Schneider
was arrested on Wednesday, and gave
in the sum of five hundred dollars for his
pearance on Friday.
The hearing continued Friday and Satur
day, when the Justice discharged the defen
dant. The witnesses for the prosecution
were Mrs. Griesel and her husband, a young
couple with three children and only
two years from Switzerland. The defence
had quite a number of witnesses subpoenal,
but rested their case on the testimony of
and Mrs. GieseL It seems from the evidence
there was criminality, and that Schneider
got a very severe beating from GieseL
of
T.
com
Notice. The next meeting of the Stark
County Sabbath School Lnion,
be held in the Disciple Church at Alliance,
beginning at 10 o'clock, Tuesda)-, August
11th, 1808. Friends of the S. 8., bally.
Let us make this meeting profitable to
cause in which we are engaged.
By order of the President
P. V. LOUTZENHEISER, Sec'y.
was
of
as
Ells
was
Fran
Ir
The
aud
f-
Fril-
(roup:
had Thr.ir
Mr.
gootl
' ' '
Columbiana Cockxt. The gallant
mcx;racy of this county have placrd in
ination the following excellent County
Auditor SAMUEL, S. SIMISON, of Unitv
Proa. Att'y CONRAD HUXE, of Centre.
Surveyor JO M.N br"r:Cj ox j-.lkrun.
Com'r HENRY SHAFFER, of Perry
Inf. Director-PniLIP BRICKER,of
We wUsh they could elect it.' Our friend
there will try, at all cvculs.
Fatal Accmxs i-. Mrs. J. A. Frecseand
her two chtldifo, while on their way lo
friends in Pennsylvania, were instantly
on the Uth inoL, near Union Mills, by
train of car, on which they were, plunging
tlirougli a brklgc .on French. Creek.
, liiibband, who was with her, escaped
evi-rc bruises.' ' Sirs. Freasc resided in
llK:k, Seneca County, Ohio. . ' - . .
Cen
tral Col
to
the
$3, B0
a
on
gentle
man. the
.McCue
in
take
cars.
(CaL)
compel
test
School Electioe. Monday lat wan
.lay oer annual election for two ruenibeia
of lie Board of Education. It was
o make no party issue, and an - acceptably
ticket, composed of Iba ao Harter and
A- Dcntsab was run. .Of course; the
out was small, and near the hour of
rJ' M.j'r some pizbn Bads began
come in wlih written tickets intending
beat Sheriff Dunbar. These worthies,
cver4. 'slipped up iu their nice little gaue.-
There are all kinds of fish that swim,
poles, minnieSj'&c . .
The New Depot. The Canton
Station is now located at the Kew.
building ou 10th street, east of Cherry,
trains first stopping there on Monday
ing. The old .depot, -looks quite -woe-be-gone.
Congressional.
but
Coun
Estab
lishment remo
Tuscarawas
The Democratic Congressional Convention
fot this District, is to assemble at
ville on next Tuesday. The gentlemen
med in connection with tho nomination
L. L. Lambobs, Daniel Soubbeck,
Lawsov, of WeUsville, Gkokgs W,
and J. 1L S. T&ARiKB.
new
Biechele's
Rex
mag
stairs
stock of
in
calk
saying it
on
Heingurd
from
Tue honse of George Grater,
four miles from East Liverpool, was
abont two o'clock on the aftoraoon of
18, by a man pretending to be a
oflicer, taking the census. The men
in the field harvesting, aad no one
house but the old laxy and daughter, the
demanded money and keys of the
Getting four and fifty dollar?, be
would go to me neui to u e men. lie
accompanied by a little boy from tho
but coining near the wooda, he told the
to go home, and fled into the woods.
man was about thirty years of age,
ten, had black bttir and beard, withlight
and yellowish clothes. One hundred
reward is offered for the recovery
'money anil convictiort'of the thiof.
LET US HAVE PEACE.
VERSES FROM A RADICAL CAMPAIGN SONG, AS
SUNG BY SIMPSON AFTER ONE OF HIS ONE
HORSE ACTS.
AIR—"Old Dan Tucker,"
i
Sum TTIvsai-a lie srot drunk.
Fell in the fire and kicked up a chunk,
Kicked np a chunk and broke his shin.
Guess he won't do it agin'. ; .
Out ot the way, Sam Ulysses,
Out of the way, Sam Ulysses,
Out of the. way, Sam Ulysses,
You've no chance for the loaves and fishes.
Simpson lived on a trotting track
Carried Washburne on his back,
Cut his corns with a sulkey-wheel,
Which gin him jin-jams on the heel.
Out of the way, Hiram Simpson.
Out of the way, Hiram Simpson,
Out of the wav. Hiram Simiison. on.
The White House chairyou'l get no glimps-
Useless niram came to town,
To buy two pups of Marshal Brown,
Looked in a glass and tumbled down,
Took six weeks to fetch him roun';
Out of the way, Useless Hiram,
Out of the way, Useless Hiram,
Out of the way, Useless Hiram,
Chaps like you we don't desire 'em.
Windy Phillips don't like Sam,
Thad Stevens, he does cuss an' dam,
Greeley swears like a buccaneer,
Ann Dick'nsou says it's mighty queer.
Out of the way, Simpson's party,
Out of tlie way, Simpsos's party,
Out of the way, Simiisou's party,
Seymour and Blair are bound to start ye 1
(From the Ohio Patriot.)
is
Political Rowdyism. A correspondent
from Aliiance gives the names of some of
Grant's monkeys who disturbed the latitlca
tion meeting. They ought to be well venti
lated and collogned. He says :
A stuttering curse by the name of Bill
Jones who attempted todischaige in a very
unsatisfactory Taj' to stockholders of the A.
K.Mill Company some duties connected with
the books of said compauy, interposed his
filthy remarks. Another ringleader is named
Davis, a laborer in the Rolling Mill, whose
mind has been troubled since manhood, with
the problem, viz : "Whether he crested the
Almighty, or the almighty him." He was
in the army and arrested in Columbus on his
return for violating criminal law. He is very
loyal and very brave his habit is to strike
drunken men only. Another ringleader is
named E. N. Johnson, Jr. This man, by
falsehood and chicanery was nominated by
the Republicans in Stark County last fall for
the Legislature. He was very certain of the
election, and got np, it is said, an appropri
ate apparel for self aud family, and rented a
house for his sojourn in Columbus. But the
election returns told him the State did not
need his services. This spring he made an
isi-ue, at the election of the School Board, to
teach in the primary department, aud receiv
ed some fifteen or twenty votes. It is not
strange that a man so lost to self-respect and
the esteem of his fellows, should descend to
the level of a bawdy house rowdy, lne last
I Gf quartette of uncaged "jail birds'' to
I whom 1 shall allude is Josh Hunt, a botch
carpenter, wno nas oecn operating w
town for some time, tie is ine lowest oi mo
vulgar : no lady is safe in his presence for
i m,.n ti,e Ri.nubUcans doped with, low flattery
j aud mean whisky and sent ou the mission
moment from insult by his foul mouthed ob
scenity. He was a private in the army, ana
j had to be castigated by his Captain, (so dame
rumor savs.1 iu every engagement, to keep
his legs from running away witn his coward-
ly soul. The party he associates with despi
' him. Mr. Editor, these are the class
breaking up a Democratic meeting.
MARRIAGES.
all of Stark
SLUSSER BETZ on Tuesday mornin:
July 28th. atnine o'clock, at the lnmty
Evangelical Lutheren Church in Osnaburgh
hv Key. -Ueo. Ii. Jitoore. air. jaines
Slusser to iliss &auie ueiz,
County, Ohio.
GROSS BAKER In Louisville, on
first iust. bv Geonre v loland, .tsq., air.
Daniel Gross and Miss Miranda Baker.
BENDER SHOOK On the 2d inst
the Rev. . Beachlcr, at the house of Geo.
A Shook. Mr. Allen Bender and Miss Phoe
be Shook, both of Plain township.
DIED,
bail
ap
some
Mr.
i,will
the
TIERNAY At Cook's tavern in Plain
township, 2 miles from Canton, on the night
of July i0,.Jonu nerney, ageu aooui
years.
"Irish John," as Mr. Tierney was usual-
1.. .nail, ..4 tp.o nt iitnas virr int4mnrflAti.
1, LOUI.U,n) ' - 7 . . j j
' '
had been drinkuig for some weeks past.
had. however, sobered up, and on the
before he died had been about and had
en a very hearty dinner.
BERG On the 17th of July, Ida, daugh
tr of Jacob and Ellen Benr. azed
months and ten days.
Little Ida thou hast left us,
And the hours arc sad and drear,
Alt, how happy were the hours
When thy little form was here.
But we know our Heavenly Father,
Took our little blossom home,
And wa know that she forever
With the angels there shall bloom.
ECKERT In Canton on the 2d inst,
Elizabeth Eckert, aged G7 years.
TIAZLETT In Canton on the 2d
Mrs. Margaret Hazlett, s 7 i ,-ears.
THE CAMPAIGN IN KANSAS.
SPEECH OF HON. F. P. BLAIR.
Leavknavobtit, Kansas, July 31.
Salem.
visit
kill
ed the
Her
with
FL'it
f!:"
aCTC'l
I'. 1
tare-
closing,
to
to
how-
tad
Railway
Depot
the
even
Wclls-
na
are
D. T,
MoCook
residing
visited
July
government
being
at the
man
house.
said he
was
honse,
boy
- The
five feet
hat
dollar
of the
'.," j' ,
ne-al Frank P. Blair addressed
an immense meeting thi3 evening
from the stentf of the Mauaion .House,
, . i - flic H-QQ nFiiini.
in LILiaCllV. AAIO nuccvil W3 ...-
nnliv devoted to the action of the
Radical party In the reconstruction
of the South, and the record ot uen.
(Irant. He eharirod that the Repub
licans, having lost the eontidence of
the white people oi me country, nau
rcsuricu w im -ui-i"" - - i
that it was from no love of the negro
K..f lliun hstii onfrunhiAPrl thorn.
but only as a scheme to maintain
themselves in power. He said he had
nothing to say against General Grant
personally ; that his military services
would ever be remembered with prido
but that since he had entered the
arena of politics, his acts politically,
were nroner matters for public critic
cism. That Grant had changed his
view-- on the subject or lteconstruc-
tlon incontestiblv having, at the
close of the war.' urged tne imtnedl
ate" ad mission of Senators and Repre
sentatives of Southern States, chosen
then bv the people of those htates,
But. he said, the secret of the adhe
rence of Generals Grant, Sheridan;
and other regular army otheers to the
Radical nartv. it. mat ine tenuency
of that party, which has overthrown
the prerogatives ci me supreme v-oun
and Executive Drancn oi tne vov
eminent, is toward military despot
ism, wnich, being necessarily Daseu
unon military power, would give
consequence to prominent officers of
the army.
He said history snow mat no party
pursuing the course, and using the
means adopted by the Radicals, can
live, or receive the support of the
neoole. He denied that tho senti
inents expressed in nis letter, or nis
New York speech, were revolutiona-
. . . . T T 1 a. -S
ry;. tear, tne peopiy oi tne unura
States, at tne last elections, nau repu
diated negro suffrage, upon which
was based the whole reconstruction
scheme, and that to overthrow, by
proper Constitutional means, there
construction acta, is but carrying out
the will of the people. '
He charged that the Radical party
only are revolutionary, in reply to
a remark lrom the crowd, he said;
The Radical party have made copper
headism resnectable.
General Blair spoke about thirty
minutes, his remarks being received
with much enthusiasm, and at the
Inse was followed by music and a
brilliant d silav of fireworks.
Afterward, Hon. O. W. , Click,
Tremocratic nominee for Governor,
ftrlrirresed the meetin?, and was fol
lowed hv Colonel Charles W. Blair,
nniTi inert for a uonsrress. auu omer
speakers.
General Blair leaves for Omiha to-
morrow. . .. -, . ...
The following art-cle will doabtles
be read andupprecIntedby oucXrlends
generally. It will be seen it ia in pure
PENK8VLVANISCHER DEUT6CHER
Spkache" and gives Radicalism ta'
in that vernacular. We hope to con
tinue the supply from time to time
that is
BELLEWEG GEHT'S .'DE; EADI-KELS.
BAc5?QFK-STAKTyr-EJL., TSCHULEI 31.'
a yiej anner vun sene Rowdies WU eich
Union isolaslier gehehse nen un aisiort
am hinner End vara Battel hinncrun
Forstreht-geglichene Drucker. Dos
verdeihenkert Lekschenire geht wie
der ios, un es werd wieder en Ilaufe
Geld koste, bis sell Fecht zwische de
Radikels un Demokrate vorbei is. Ich
mehn awer, es Avaer gar kehn jus des
Spotjohr en Leksehen ku halte for to
Prtident un die Black Republikeus
kenuten Hire Greenbacks just so gut
saven, bekose lhr Lekschenire hot
doch nil un beymor werd ennyhow
President; sell .sin die Demokrate
schuhrun all Republlkens wu noch
dlhseut "sin,' sagen es. Sell lnaeht den
Radikels arg Kopnweh un se duhn
ill re ehgene Lit just so arg ebiuse wu
for Seymor un HIair vote welle als sie
dio Demokrate ebiutied hen. Do hot
so en Froscligoscli von em ltadikel
der anner Dug einem Republiken wu
no Verstand hot welle aer Kopp ver
drehn, awer er hot sei Nuas arg we
der gerennt, bekohs sell Republihe-n
hotihm just exactlo die Wohret gNagt
doss der Radikel seine Behngemuved
hot, als warm dem Joo Schnitzbuckel
sei Hinkel inn in dio Wade gepetzt
h.iette. Er hot ihm g'sagt, Grant sei
net fit for President, bekohs er hot
zu weing Verstand for sell OSee,. er
habe im Groely f-ei I'uper gele.se, doss
Grant weni Verstand awer ferchter
lich grosse Dor.st haet. For so en Kerl
wu so stemr'betoUe, wird un en Ilut
stohr for Rebel Camp anguckt, for so
en Kerl wu nie welis wann er cenug
j hot, kann er ennyhow net vote. Selle
.i-itrn. wu iiii-uic, urniii aei un scnniaric
Kerl, sin arg mistaken; en schmarte
Kerl macht keh so dunitne. Kehptrs
wie Grant in der Arme mi in Wasch
ington gt dulin hot. For soli Rihen
weil er die Juden aus der Arme trekikt
hot un t en President hot welle
impeache, un weil ersich von den Radikela
hot kaufe losse, kriegt er selle
Kicks vun de "Juden, Christen un all
anner ehrliehe Union Iett doppeltzu
rueck. so dos er noch em dritten No
vember net wehs ob es ihm im Kopp
octer weiter hinne runner weh thut.
Jut meind was ich g'sagt hab, die
gescheite Leit wolle en Change. Ich
kumm allbut un viel im Country rum
un es guckt ferslreht uewerall for Sey
mor und Blair, wu so viel Gutes ge-
dubn for die Union, un net gestohle,
geraubt, gemordet un gebutschert wie
of
of
.
the
by
Bush gehockt sin. Die Leit sagen all
sie hen genugvun dvm Nljrger Hum
bug, sie welle kehne Schuhnaegel un
aut-h kehne .Nigger veischlucke. Do
is ob selle dicke Brocke ehuer vun sel
le deitsche Raaikel der anner Dag
Cincinnati erstickt un en annere dei
tsche radikel Editer in Cleveland
naerrisch worre un hot sich am Hals
ufgehenkt. Sell Sparken un Heiern
un noch anner schleeht Dings treiwe
mit de Niggers, wiees die 4,Free-Nig-
eer-Love-Party" thut,. ja en ewige
Schand lor die ganz United States
noch en gut Stiek vun
Dos Steh-
Canada, un noch en
England un DeitschlanU.
len Rauben. Plindern un Schulden-
naachen Im Government muss gestoppt
un die verdeihenkert hohen Taxen
runnergedohn werre; selle Blutigel
vun Bondhalter sollen Taxen zahlen
wie die anner Schaffieit auch thun,
un die Greenbacks sin just so gut
die Bondhalter als for die Mekanics,
Farmer, Stohrkeepers un anner kum
mene Leit. Ich hab plenty Leit
00
and
.
I . 1 . . . ....1 1......... -.y-i .... ?r hun
He ra V ,, 7
day
eat
three
Mrs.
inst
un ich inschuhr dich, dass all
Ligenceschmier voni Hartzel sei 'Ile
pulican' un Bepository' un 'Father
Abraham' un noch anner Yankee-Li-gen-Schmieikaes-Pappers
iwer mor
und Blair nix bot. Die Radikels
hen esjust wie en Gockelhahn,
krappeln Un kratnetl all Dag mi
rum, un wenn sie en ehnzigs Sinden
kernlein linne, scbreieu 6ie "gack
gack!" dass mans ufeni ganze Erd
ua no zehn Meilen uf der anner
Seit heren kann. Awer wie der Grant
es den Juden gemacht, wie die Radi
kels im Ilumpfcongreas den President
ebiused hen un der Grant sellmohl
gelogen hot, un wie er in Kew
uf cm Gaul in cu 'Hutstohr neigeritte
un dass er just sober is wenn er
WhisKy hot, vun all sell Objections
lossea die radikel Papers ihre Subcroi-
bers nix wissen. lhr inlsscrablige
Kerls, ihrschwarze Blutigel, ihr
me-Leit Schinner, es geht euch
eurem klehnen Grant net betser
sellmohl mit dem grossen Scott
It, just mind was ich gesagt.
Der Grantcl werd verdollt gekloppt
Un sei schwartz Companie,
Er geht zuun Salzfluss ohne g'tsoppt
HICKORYBESEN.
MEMPHIS.
Horse Thieves Hung by Judge Lynch.
MemphiS. Julv 31. Last evening
while Constable Day, v-ltu a guard of
three men. was brinsins two horse-
thieves, named Christopher A. Ben
der and Benjamin Whitfield, from
Raleiffh to this city for commitment
to jail they having heen found riuing
atolen horses when within two niilea
ot the city the guard was" sudtleniy
surrounded by . about forty masked
horsemen, wno toot the prisoners,
and ordering .the oruard not to follow.
left in the direction ofRaleish. This
morning the men were lound near
JrlcCallum'a mui nan-ring ton tree,
with a paper pinned on tlifciu inscrib
ed. "Horse thieves huiia by an out
raged community."
i- . .f -
a
. TlIE Bobton.Cbtrter saya "A carpet
bagger in South Carolina, by the
name of Whittmore. formerly of this
city, who. has been chosen, we believe
to represent mat. isiate iu -oougresa,
raised the wind on , his first, appear
ance in a very ingenious manner. He
convinced the negroes mat ineir mar
riages under the old system were in
valid and that they must oe spucea
anew by hiniselt. in s mie cases
counlis of darkies came to be re-mar
ried who hud grandchildren., wun
them.- Wliittniore, of course,.-charg
ed a remunerati ve fee. for hia services
and so put-money iu his purse.'.' .
Has Drowsed. -A 'jnan was 9cen at the
Amity 3Iill danv about one-half mile north-'
west, of Franklin Square," on tlie eveuing of
the 9th inst, Friday morning his clolhes
were found lying on the breast of the dam,
and search was made in the water for the
body, when it was recovered. It is supposed
he wont into the stream to bathe, and was
taken with crump, and drowned. He was
stranger. A receipt was found iu his pocket
in favor of Jadob Joust; also a pocket book
containing $10 58 in money, a -watch,' ; pho
tograph of a young lady,', and a German testa
ment. An inquest was held on the body by
j he Coroner, and the jury returned a yerdicj
OHIO PATRIOT.
OHIO PATRIOT. Markets.
CANTON, OHIO, Aug. 5, 1868.
Floor Extra,
Wheat Whit,
44 -riled,
Corn,
Eve. -
Oats,
Barley,
Flaxseed, -Hay
ton,' -Potatoes
- ,
Onions bushel,
Dried Apples, -Butter1
i
E?gs - :
Hams.
Tallow,
Lard, ' -Cheese,
-Coffee,
-
Rags.
Beans, .
Molasses,'
Salt barrel, -
- fllOOi
1
1200
210
($ 1,70
K)(dl 05
501 75
6075
200
2 20
10 00(a). 12 00
. 1 50
& J 00
ra 200
( 25
(o 18
to .. 18
16
16
16to 22
58to 30
2ito . 3
to 3 00
1 28
3 00
i oocoj
to
COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
GOLD Gold active, advancing to
a 145 J, closing finn at that rate. All offer
ee was promptly taken. There is a large
uncovered short interest, especially mnon
foreign.
NEW YORK MARKET Monday, Aug. 3.
COTTON-r-Shade firmer ; 30 to SO, for
middling uplands.
FLOUR Closet1 5c better on lower radc
wsth a pood demand.
WHEAT Very firm and quiet at $1 90
(Ti $1 yi for No. 2, and $2,00l$:2 0-t for
No. 1 spring. -
RYE Scarce and finn at $1 80.
OATrf Heavy; 81c in store aud81J 82c
afloat.
CORN Dull and heavy; $1 05 for un
sound and $1 1 0 5?$.l 11 J for sound new
mixed western afloat.
PORK Nominal ; at $28 50 for mess,
cash and regular.
BEEF Steady, with moderate demand.
CUT MEATS Moderate demand and
unchanged.
BACON Nominal.
LARD Firm at 18ji(18ctfor fair to
prime steam.
EGGS Firm at 2((r28c.
RAILWAYS.
PITTSBURGA, FORT WAYNE
AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.
On Mii.l after Juue 1st, 1SGS, Trains will
leavo StuutiouN daily, (Sundays excepted )
bs tollowM. Train leavintr Chicago 5.35
P, M.. Ipaye8 daily. Train lavinK
PittMburuh at 1.45 P. M-, leaves daily.
TRAINS GOING WK8T.
Cretilnb
in
is
Pittsburgh
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Columbia ..
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Chi-aj;o .........
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Columbia .
Kort Wayne...
Van Wert
l'elphoa
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Rxpr'u. j xpr'a
for
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9 69 do
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w.n.u,r 8 53 do 11 OOdo 50 do
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6 10 do
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S 20
sell
F. a. Ml ERS. Ren. Ticket AeenL
YniinlHtown. New Castle and Erie Ex
Imvm Younesto'vn. 3. Slip, m; New
Crstlo. 4.00D. m: arrives Pittsburgh. 6.OO0,
in.. Returnine, leaves ritt-:biir;h 7,17a.
m; arrives New Casllo, 0,40a. in ; Xoungs
town. 10-lnii m.
Vi.unestowu. New Castle and Pitts-
iiurtrti Aeciiumodation leaves Youuas-
towu, 6,00a. ro; New Castle, 7,10a. in; ar
rives aileehany. lO.OOu. m. Ketnriiiug
leaves Pittsburgh, 4,35; arrive New Cas
tie, 7,05p, in; Youngtown. ,oup. m.
F. R, MYERS,
General Ticket Agent.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
RAILWAY.
sie
GOIXQ HO UTH MA IN I. INE.
Mail, j Exracos
Mail. I Aocoa.
oleveland,
Euclid St..
Hudson. .
KaTenna..
Alliance.
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6,40
UOJNU NORl'iljilAJN LINK.
ExpiEW.'Eircxsa.1 Accom.
..J . n..- u. i-itK 1RPR Traiaa will leave
MlSt staliona daily, (bundaya ccepted.) a follows :
!
bo
de York
keh
Ar
nut
wie
gauge
. Mail
Wllrvillr
Bayard
Alliance ..
RaTcuoa..
Hudson w
Euclid Bt..i 1,37
Cleveland. 1,60
N,5(l A.M. i P. M.
Un,i - '1.45 "
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a.v
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IJiTiNQ R AST RIVER DIVISION.
Mail. I Expcia-i.
Il:!li.a.
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Bellair t
Bridgeport!
Steubenvilejl 8Se.
weliaville..
CllUA. m.
b:i!5 "
7:43
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2:40 "
8 37 '
1-4S '
6 65
1
Smith frry
Kocheeter.
Fltlburf
4.15 "
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Mail. ! Exratsa I izracaa.! Accom.
rittborK.-l 0a u
Kcx-ht-nor r.io
Smith Fery( 7 ST
Welli-ville., 8 ii '
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l.eax-a - Arrivee
New Philadelphia, .60 a. in. Br yard, . a.
Bayard, 12.10 m. tt. fiuladr ibia. 8:00 p.
F. P. MTKRS Geo "lcket AKrpt.
SA
AV-IXGS DEPOSIT BANK!
ibaao uaH-ree.
v, . mini,
Lllxrik Rkx k, west side of Square,
: ,r : eASTOSE,. uio.-.
I
THIS ISA K H IA UOtNG A
General Ivchauge, Deposit and Dis
count .Business I
MONEY LOANED.
PROMISSORY NOTES BOUGHT.
Gold, jSilver and Bank Notes Bought.
; ALL. KIKDS OP
Government Bonds and Revenue Stamps
on nana ana lor aale.
DEPOSITS , RECFI VED
mill interest xllowed on time deposit.
Tne public will mm us prompt auu
1SAAC HARTER&SONS.
, " Castoi, O., Oct. 1, 15-16.
'Having sold our interest in tha Havings
Deposit Bank, wo cordially leoonimend
the Savings posit Bank of Isuac Hurler
A Sons, (our successors) to the continued
aud increased patronaRe of our friends.
PETER P. TRUMP,
MARTIN WIKIUAh.
may 2i. 1867. liv
STRANOE, f.l)TTRUB Kvery young lady
tertleman in the United State can hear
very rnanh to' their advantage, by
(anhont charge) by addrerainE the underaigred
Tl.ose having lears of being humbugged
ol.lifre by not noticing thia card: All othera
Ulraae eunieae their oLedient servant,
. THOMAS F. rflAFMN,
o-:tl."nl HI Broad war. New York.
P RASS SCYTHES-rtbe; beat m
VJ eouuiry, ana warranteil, ut
KYNOLDS A 8AKTN-K
WHEEL BARROWS
T that no oii need bouk
so
ukow. at
BATOOLDS a SAXTON'f:
BOOTS & SHOES.
T . N T I O N !
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
SAYLER A SHAN A FELT,
are at it again, in their New Room,
Empire Block, East Tuscarawas st.,
Lately occupied by John McGregor as a
.Bookstore.
We tiliiill be liHppy to meet all onr old
customers, and as iiianv new nes as will
be pleased to favor us with their patron
age.
Wo have constantly on hand and nre
A lily reviving from the Fast, a large
supply of "
BOOTS,
SHOES,
OA ITERS,
BALMORALS,
In fai-t tvorythiiiE !i Ihe
Ladies' and Children Line, from the
Slipper to the Highest Polish Top,
and all kinds of Rubber
Boots & Shoes.
We bIho un:ke
Boots and Shoes to Order of the
material and as cheap as
the cheapest.
lest
ThN im the plm-n whi'rn you 'l what
jou buig iiii for Freueii, boguB French,
or iuiiinn I'tilf III ots. We employ none
bin I ho Ii st workmen, mid still have old
Philip an on.- 'oreniau. who in vnll know"
as one of the beht and most experieneed
workmen of tlieOny. IUr is always ready
with Htii-k am! Ktra'p to take the dimen
sions of your underinnding.
All work warranted to give sat
isfaction. Give us a call.
MYI.EB SHASAFELT.
Cmiloii. Maai-h 25. ISoS-tf
PIANOS.
S. LLLAND,
Regularly appointed Agfiit for '
WM. KXAHK & Ct)'S
and
STINEWAY fe SONS'
. Unrivalled Piano Forte.
Also for
CAB tl ART fc NEEIilIAU'S
ud '
PHELPS AND GOODMAN'S
ORGANS A.l MKLOtiKo.N.
All the abive Instruments nillv wr-
rauled. Addr .U.S. LKLAND,
Mt. Lnion, Stark Co. Ohio.
The airent may bn seen personally
Monday of eaeh week, at the St. Cloud
Hotel Canton. Ohio. . maj-lo7 Cm. -
MARBLL WORKS.
QITY MARBLE WORKS.
PHILIP HAUBKRT,
Dealer and Manufacturer f Plain and Or-
Damental
MONUMENTS & TOMBSTONES,
has recently opened a new raarblo shop
on East TuHcarawas Street, iear Market
Square, in Canton, where Monnments,
Tombatones, and all work pertaining
his line of butunee, eiiuer in
Italian or American Marble,
are man n fact u rod and kept constantly
linml. llavmir Dceu i-narHeii iu tne man
ufacture of Marble work ef all descriptions
tor a number of years, ue is well apHrien-
ced in setting ud (rood aud skilfull work.
HealHO pledges liimsen mat an orders
shall hn mnrla Hn tisfnrtnrv before delivery.
as he is able to eive the best and most ra-
terial. for less money, than any establish-
ment either in or out of Stark county.
Money can bo made by calling at his
before ordering elsewnere.
PHILIP HACRERT.
March 6th. 1867-tf
HATS CAPS FURS.&C.
rPERA HOUSE HAT STORE.
PRICES REDUCED!
GREAT CLOSINQ-OU'r SALE
Of Winter Good.
AT LESS THAN COST!
Fur Goods, Robes, Scarfs, &.,
Half Price!
.
r.M.
"
Latest Style Silk Hat Just Received,
and New Spring Style Hats Com
ing in Every Day 1
- DUNKER AND OMMISH HAT
B.v the case or single one.
HIGHEST PRICK 1A1PF0E
; inIft-U ' '
:
IRON FOUNDRY.
m.
n.
Dis
ao-conniiodHtinc-
and
pome
Ihinn return
will
wiH
the
cheap
JOHN LAIRD & CO.,
: Iron IfQii3:icleis
' SOUTH CEKRKY STRIUCT,
CANTON, OHIO.
Machinery Castings,
Shafting:, Pulleys and Hangers,
Grate Bars,
Iron Colums and Lintels,
' Window Caps and 'Silte,
Iron Railing, Cellar
Vault Rings,
Vault Rings,
Hitching Posts,
Spout Guards,
IroiinShuttera,
Sufh Wt-lghts,
Desk and Seat Castings,
Bedstead Fastenings, .
Farm and School Belli,
Cider Press Screws,
Road Scrapers,
Plow
Coal Car Wheels aud Axles, .
Oven Fronts and Dampers,
Harrow Castings,
Nuts, Bolts and Washers,
Wiie Railing, etc.,
Kept on band or lurnmhed 4t order
reueonable term .S; ecial attention
to orders for small gray iron casting,
r 'paiiiug done on shert notioev
wwrrautad lirst class. . ,
.Tune 24 !Ham4 . ' '.'' ..
Q.REAT REDUCTION in PRICES.
Prices of Goods Approaching a Gold
- i.'.. i !. - . , .ill'...
; . . . " 7 - : ! '.'-f
. NICHOU'i - -)iOTJR,' ; cl
Merchau'
'lot.
Han
K
Ha.-ter'a B r
Wlrtra
i Meici-.c , railoriiifr
. ftntkcnt " v.:;.'iE. , - : -
... :. '- L :.uitl
ock (Secoud Floor),
i ut received . " I
XNTIHELY SR'.V , .SO WELL-SELKCTKCi
TOCK O K
Cloths,
Cassi meres,"
Vestings,
AIho, n Spli'noiil aHKortmont of
BROADCLOTHS,
j C a s s i m e r e s and Vestlnus,
I of nil Kinds, Styl.-M and Prieos.
N
1! O U U ,
-1
The well-kniwn Merchanl Tailor,
individual attention
made Ht bis f tBblisbmeul,
Canton. May rf. 1S6S 1 1
to m-i-rv Earmelil
pay
pALKK'S
LADIES' FASHIONABLE
EMPORtUM,
No. 3 Scu;KFHk's Opera Block.
CANTON, OHIO.' ' '
The nuilHrsinul tnkcx lilensure in an,
noiiiiciiitr lo llie Ijfidii'S or Canton and
vniiuitj, ih 't rm in now prptrtfd 10 m
cninmocliile thi'in, at very rtHni:n..!'
prieen from uf ll:i nii-t t'hoii'r b-v
wort inn'ji of ull kinds of .
Milliiaery Groocl,
Comprising Kinooa; many "th
great varluty ot
ii it!
Laces, Edgings,
Silk and Straw Goods,
French Flowers,
EMBROIDERY of all Kinds,
BRIDAL WREATHS,
HATS, CAPS,
BONNET,
STRAW,
And all other kinds of
FASHIONABLE TRIMMINGS.'-
A .r.k.
!'-i fii.--1 Uf the most iio.-1c
Bi yb.'h -.arid Coiora of i
ta
on
LADIES' N EV DRESS SILKS,
AND ' i :
WHITE GOODS.'
LADIES' CLOAKS A SHAWLS,
And everything to complete a Ladies'
f asnionable Wardrobe.
N. B. Miss IIkisbkii, until recently the
well-known and accomplished Milliner
Massillon fMister-tn-law of the under
signed,. assisted by several other compe
tent young ladies, are constantly engaged
in makini;, altering and repairing Hats,
Bonnets, xe., in cmiiormity wun tne lm
test csiyies.
Lie lias made arrangements to secure
always the Latest Fashions, so soon
they can be bad lrom Paris und rew
York. Call and examine before you pur
chase eisewnere.
HENRY FAI.KE.
41Uf
LIGHTNING RODS.
ittiii w ii u nuiJSl
JLJ
Bhop
S. F. CROSS fc CO.,
CANTON, O.,
Ilave, for the pat ten years, been engaged
in erecting Lightning Kods to the entire
satisfaction of their many customers.
are now engaged in tuu business
earnestly aud successfully than ever,
we respecttuny can puouc attention
our
STAR GALVANIZED
KING ROD!
LIOHT-
at
ITJES,
',
Grates,
etc.,
at
paiii j
and
Work
,
Which ih superior 10 an v in use. it
made from Mairnt-lic. Iron, 1 1 1 it n 11 r.ti-l n t
lor our TOinpariv nnlv, 3'Iih eoii.41.
kcriovefl, KUlrel twistiil hii I kiiIvhiiix-"!.
and cinuerteil with pure i-.opi'er uplii.r,
renoei inir It rqiiHl 10 f l (-ij.i-r 110.1.
whole, surmmiuted with a Otild jilnc-il
OiiVfter Point of Pure Cupper, lliu f-rin-
a coiiliniiouv Roil from the' Point
the grouinl. ami liy a eninltinntion
metals formniK a uaivunic Uatterv in
rod.
Our Star Ualvamr.ed Rod Im warranted
always to remain l.r-i l;1i t aii-.l oiuaii,
never corroiie or rnsr, thus presenting
neat ornnmentnl npp(araim on the build
iiiK worth morn llie.n its imisI ae a niHilri
of 01 uameiit, siiy noihinr nloiit it
protection nainst liluiun.
.oro tiivu two minion ie-t nave
sold annually for the last live years in
purls 01 1 lie couiiir.v. Hint nr.l witUHtaiiil
iiiK we liuve i"Ml:inily olfered live li
red dollars to any person who
show thut any luiiliiinir injured by
ning wuu unr Hiar Ualvaulzed
properly aud Hnieiitihually eret't-ed
n, not eve aoe.ideiit has lieen reporlttd
us. w " i- niiiiiie looner-ttie ubov
ward as uual. ! ;
The pi i'W is so trivial comoareo
tlio adv:r!tes of a eei-iain protocinin
against tii terrific ell'ecls ol litrlitnn.x.
ihut :t is li.;tiit't-sily to I lie interest of
I-rnns to!;avn tlw-ni. I. nhUe anything
elne, thee r"iiduoUrs lust- rorrjeiiermion--.-
uy delay un siiijmm it.m a lunller wnni
tew dollars :pyi'sied in our Stur ifl'an
ised. Rod w';l i-'ace Vfu and 'your
oily and ,:tUiily-out-o.t! ann-r ue lon
tlie bUlllllI HUI:t
Or will' you dehiv until the' craih
broken thunderbolts and llie vivid
lugs of fierce lightning awakes you to
iierensityortl.lf. useiul means of
.
We also-erect Carbonized Iron
ning Rods wlih the same copper-plutd
points aud the same insulator. Ourglas
insulator is a decided improvement
anything of tho kind ever used. I
discharging points to nlieve the
when over-charged, uud thus prevent
explosion.
All orders left at the corner of
and Kighth streets, near the New
or uy reiii-r, win receive pioinpt Attention.
. '. .:ilOSS dt
Cnuton. O. June 10, 18118-if. -
R. BAUHOF.
' -1J. P.
pAJSTON MARBLE WOHKS.
BAST TUSCARAWAS ST., :
Opposite American Hotel, Canton,
RBALKRS IN
MONUMENTS i TOMBSTONES.
of American and Italian Marble,
aO'la
R. & J. F. B.xunoir.
Uot up iu. the most appiovod
uiuueru lawie.
Jufie 17. lSoStf
HURFOHD
Ktns thA oil 'u miM t qtav ru
WARfelnthecity." - "-.
W A,N T R SALESMAN
, sell Goods on sample, ti,)0d
and steady employment. Address
'temp, a. ECKERA CO
, i. Uioai lovrr
inroill
J. baviDK realored to tiealia lr,
by a Terj uraple rwmeay, '
MrentlTsars with sercre lnii-- sr - .. .
dread dlK-w i:ommniiii '-
known tol ij frllow-euasmr the .-rv-er..;
To il wuo uceire "V" ,
w-.U Aad uv fr Dwirr-ri(.i
xmrJk'u.. The oil !y ljloct .t -f .'.-
eadioz the Freoermtlrtn r u .,ilt -ifc.--ni
tnMd Jnlormatiim -n htch t.e rnnct-ivei
4 J.-, i
; s t. t
Vkrl try -;
ao) pMeti Jnlorma
varum
retaed
rarttc wlHBiti-i !'.
t. .m mi-.uL iv....
ti.E GllEAT REF,nTi v,t
: Sir Jainea Clarice. Eeinals PttW, u:.r-
of
' tt. D. Ppbynlcian troiH ory l U ., .
T:ri4.!inralnat)itnrdte!ii't nti(h:Hi:r i m(T." :'TT
.ifa'l tlioMirt'K'-H-od pmf al-itnn 1 wJh , , j
laa f malr run.tltirtlon ! '..i'jvt. H -ir- ,
ill -kcw t'-' reanv al miairnt'oM f om-wka 4jn Tr
orr causr. To marnea iiiiipi n -i"
.nimi. ii -i I !n a hnrt tlm ilia tt mi--
ii ! cJ wlili n-u'.nrily, and sliUor.ar prerMl'
-run. -rv. da n-il ciniain
- J
av i
cuostnuUin: n all nm ainenm ut r(nnrF - j n. ,
frdtoua, iinlm n th hack anil lirab rt-iRne . ,,:,..
lihtxritun, ialpitmliurihD. lifwrt,: iiitai 4 ,
and whtuea, it-wii; cflvct a ear, irksn f .r fc ,
,o.n hrr-.ilml:' Full directions Vn (. Mklt t
sr-Min I
.-It t.i-lcatff- .
1 ... . . riMin'. . -
oraviL n- i . .
Mono m thr iwckaz- hurctia'c non." Mijul iu
all .lh rr- Ww and worthier lmitliu."
N. Ii On dollar, - llh nIKen Crul r p,-nc
encloaed !lt eula pri.pii-tor. Job l fwl
land n. N V. iiwire a buttle uf H- aoiitii
rontainiui; ftny lA'.li ly rtturu wail; ir.
1 ad from oliarratu
, Cur Your Conghi and tfslfl.'
ffi imliciii arcrdiorerud wUl Mr-faad Oo4d
Cotilii, liiflr.riijui, Sor T'. r..el. aud Id Ux all
i tbr--ui, cUcbi and lanit eumiiiainia at qaica a toe a
KoIq by rirntf.rra st-
BIT.
an.'il ntl ITf-.lii.il tti
t-ry where. . . - 1; .. -.- .
. Cou'a &araraia 'r will Itomediataiy reltero.
and iiermsmtrtN eu're ILe in-iT aKrara'J eaave wC
lyprpKin-Viiulefir..Ma -I'atncU. lAnailMUa.-
ana an aiina -eor tnef'1
Omacn ad howrk. fhr-
ak-laat, cloiyyinfn aad altwiio ue ii iin. :1
ctounded p;a;t r tj'e-it vlnuea. a.r l)ra..
gima ever; lioro . IT!on
;,ubiic
i r of u,
iii ert
r
: ".l'.whi
Uj i
y lrt
. ) it
"' J until -
'If ItOr.
V.U ih
-WW
' lids O
: Dirt;
Ll F Jv-'-rr HEALTH STRENGTH ,
. , rtl. OREAT 9 RKSCU RKMIT. ,. j,
,! ' Delamarre's - Srxicitic j PHis,.
; - Prepared in ai -axe Irrc A Dupout, K 1. Ke
Lomhnrd; l'arir anil highly rreiiraA4 -Wy Mae -Medical
raruiiy . I Frauc.
Are a in-i neritr anil tfielrt-ruxl, la caaa
of Spormatu. he- "r Scin'mal waafcaeaa; ni1Hly t
ur dally prematura Riaiaai.ine: ssiial wfAxite .-Impflentv:-'aka-M
afiiii3K f'-em uii Iliit-ata4 I
at-xtiAi exc s-w-?. riaxsiioa or ,nii r(iis g. .
wpak -:iini-: i.tmr or BricknliM ei-p. r 1 th-':J t-Urte
Urine; Milky iiii. n. Jucs.ai1 ail t iyntj , a thi
aynipiiimt iiia,iicr n-oui vruMi or xui-w n. j
A liitn,.li.ir.uud.iH. e.K ....-ilt, .r.. hk - OI. "lU
SiianUh au.l I- rir l-li. accomim..!.. .-t-;r km - im -1
wu' De bn.i iy man ntniui ui rt -10 4iiyeoaway.
ly in.
J liia ut;
.1. Trice 41 per hox .i.r all
lecir
T
I t-
will write f
for S:i
Sold bv all th prlncivl'" Tuifali, rwtll'h
cent by mall aecuraly aeald on .r,u;ct if lUe
epeciiled prirv by any alveriied auiti-, er by lae
aole rraopr:t-r, Ojcar 1. Mn-ra A C'.,aT Oorw
land Srree:, N.-w Tort. A?tit for C'Kn:?a . aod W-.
ciniiy J)r. .1. (Jo'urr
' GaKAT- Piievp.vT It ba lorp ' elalaaeil
that ifwe Lten- it, tliei-Q wonld bo ao l.arb, or
combinatir.n ! horl, roota and barka rteMt would
ciue nil ths Ilia hitman flri-h la lieir to. Dr. MiaU
lr, wilii a ot hie prorVaaionol fronda, ha'e
kept tLia idea cunatanity 10 view, and iattired ear
Drti:v and praevei Inc'y fir yeare to And la la mot
dwirahlc trfinre. Tboueh'tlicy hi.ve not feaud
an iuviant rur lor nil omjilaintM, they have nev-r-thvleae
ciiacebere.l a remedy, v.lu:b, a yet, baa
nevor failed in enrine Ohilla and Frv-r, 1)viulj,
and all dieaaaea ariain from any impurity oi ikj
oiooa or ciaarransement or rae eivt!v Oi''Hua.
lnctndiug l.wet Cemplaint, Cosgi . O-ilaa, iK.-K 1
Ueulache, Newralvia, IterronMio,. V-auiit Douii- rj
ityand all affucliiTTH of the KiUn- L'r iuay
orpan. . i.! ! .
Tuif yreat illcorery. In bnnor i i tne V..ai.' ga,
ble hirxira or Ur. B. Miihler, w 'jiW Mlitkler'.
Ilerb Biltma, and ahurcver l:.u .3t, lkt tiij .
place of Quinine ami the h r -:i"--il:-r rncd'at. "
uwed ht'reuifnre for th rrfri(i1i, Tc--.t-a4 beva. ,
S -i i by a!l i!r:v'Eiltl !;, i ii-i.t. I rl.
J'n-re In Dr. S II !l i i. I'. .K Oil-.,,
Sir . eeore t DU B '-JtiSlli Kit l-.i..-iirr,'rnn.
o
frrVh
erl t,
nutcv.
aa th
RJ
In ,
-:. a atil
Klileu
: ;
- rUUur.
' t'Vicl
':l iritt
rt.
ie.-oT
pllie
Mb
ow
irO o
(Till
L
beaiiK
, hut:
of
as
Q.ROCEltIJ-iS AT VniOLEaALEl
C. BIECHELE .
Has just opened his stook mt '
Clioice Grroceriefs
. -nt.TEi .' ; '; . - -. :
EAST ROOM of the REX BUILDINU
liaet Tuscarawaa Street, f
Caxton, Ohio. '
all at
U e
Boutl
tupa
iserr
iedi
iu
CotTe,
Toa,
We
and
to
Sugar,
Mclas,
' Tebacoo,
Spi.
RKTAIL MEALERfl la Blark sur
roiiiulinR connliee are invited I m id
examine my large "
STOCK OF CHOICE GROCSSIJDB
And jnilaje nf Priocw, Ae.
Among my Saoek, I a fce rrre mirmty
d( thaire and rarriilly rtenil
is
.(
Ill"
1
to
of
the
Rhine, Msrcrnefler, and Fi-
ii Whit
tea IHC
IVst Olte-.whai slid Jaa.llal
- .' ' . -1 "
tTi" rienau fjix-a. iuii a r;s.
' (nton O.
,Tsar ;
I'. XlltC ktUC.
, .lS-ln-W
aus-.
ttria
!ula
Of r
iwar.
sue.
ed td
tiia:
&0a
thaii
flve-J
jprie:
-1
ll
t
iwhd
Hall,
ipec
cu 1
RveJ
Ittli
aai.
id-
H
I an
can
9
i
i
and
a
i
WSOLEIi FAS VI 37.
nnrti
been
nil
an
il would
light
K"0h
tlierx-.
to
re
vtiin
nil
k
pr"i
ai
of
burii.
the,
proteo
tionr Light
upon
baa
rods
on
Cherrv
Uopox,
CI).
O O L !
W .O. O
1 i .
EAGLE VOO LEX FACTOR i,-
s iilit: ufV lct'.
Purtia Iwivittg Won't
ltaimttiiineew ava;ii -w lc.:n
ou UuMtU Hire el lwt ii4 46 Or.e. a'li
Bavie & Koa's Miiw, ii, ct ..It .
lollwi priM' t "' '
' - ' i .- ' - u 1. : .- ' : '
lHklr .'(IrkrVllllaiir' at
4 . it-irt .'.i,
Dtubl aud 'i'wii,
Sa.i
BAUHOl'i
lil
-v::i vJ
.;.,(,-;;-.,. "'y-ii:
Com u try rkituiol, yard iwi4, .:. r : -.
' 9 to, 86' par yj '.'
Fancy FUnuels, itt in. ffiaa, I Z ". '",
isMitB r yant.
Blankets, ' ' ' '; ' ' '-'-' :
-.' t, 9ri-r.-;i
Curdinj, Bpinning and RoelUs. '
IS cents ft ptmsS. . .
O.
of
j Btwkina Yarn,
I "M .
"is ia at p:f )kic&.
'Roll Ganling,
ttu
To
wagers
with
,
whio.
1 ...
e na-re u Ulna it tnrp nemreinal ot
CMwiinwr, ' '''' -; I'"
Srttillt, . p ;
- Flamnafe, - .. -.:t '
iUaakttfe aad ,
Of otir wn ninke, wbieh w will 'xiiiusn
at luauuiio uiinx rates, or trade for ear.'. '
! .- I.. !
K)lUiIN Jt MILLET.'
. .1
. .-
May a7. (W f
A HUli rXniil'S ' ';''''"' " "- '
ii . . 1 -i.u 'iii.. -i-. ti; ii-t. !!.;
Ih the plaos lo gel your e'.ni AlrvJWvV 1
A.
HA!
HURFORU
itlie .Irest'cOP
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