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rEDyE8DAY::::;::;:OCTOBER 14. A. IfaOBEOQB, EfllTOK ... National Democratic Nominations. roi ruuciiT: HORATIO SEYMOUR, oi aiw TORE. TICS nilQIIT: FRANCIS P. BLAIR, Ot MIOCI. rvBsica-nix mLacroas stats at lamb. .UFUS P. RANNEY, of Cuyahoga. UQII J. JEWETT, of Muskingum. pumucr BLBCTOM. 1st DUt. JOnN B. JEUP, of Hamilton. Id tth Kb. Ith th 4h TBth ith I0 Yth vlh Sib ru tti i. M. NOBLE, of Hamilton. OEO. W. HOUCK, of Montgy. W. JACKSON, of Miami. ISAAC 3. PILLARS, of Allen. M. II. DAVIS, of Clermont. W. J. ALEXANDER, Green. K T. POPPLKTON, Delaware. JNO. A. CRAMER, of Ottawa. ANDREW ROACH, of Wood. KZUA V. DEAN, of Lawrence. J. J. GREENE, or Pike. C. FOLLETT, of LickinK. U. 1L POPPLETON, Lorain. JAS- II. GAYLORD, Moivan. A. W. PATRICK, Tuscarawas. 8. WILLIAMS, of Carroll. O. W. WELMER. of Summit. 14. BIRCH ARD, of Trumbull. The Result in Stark County. The following are the official and noffleial rnajoiitiea In Stark County .t the election on Tuesday. They how a radical majority of 273 in the bounty. The vote was by t&i the lar- ,-est ever pollod In the county and was nly accomplished after a uesper- ite struggle, a lavish expenditure of noney In every shape, and every epc- Im of coerciou and Intimidation hat businesj, wealth, and power. wull bring to bear. , 1S67. 28CS. , Dem. IU p. Dem. Rep. 200 171 as as letlilcheui. pan ton Tp. 1st Ward i 2d Ward 8 Ward , 4th Ward . - ytackson, Ljake, " Lawrence, Marlboro. Ximlshillen -Dsnaburg, Perry. Pike, Plain, Sandy, 3ugarcreek7 - ruscarawaa, Washington Paria, Minerva SI 75 144 1S 37 S7 283 03 67 Paris J71 SO 100 120 1 113 ion 86 1G 81 22 DO 144 177 120 102 118 27 103 38 320 61 84 29 63 177 115 110 88 19 1099, 911, Republican majority, 973, 1278. 275. The Radical Meeting at Massillon. -' The radicals made wonderful efforts Tor their meetlnz at Massillon last ,' Saturday, and by effort and lavish ' expenditure of money succeeded jettirg up a largo meeting about u large as our Jawing meeting here. The speakers on the occasion were 1 Bingham and Hart. The processiou frosn and through our town was one of great display. The shop 4 other leaders fixed wagons with ploughs, reapers and mowers, printing press, match factory, and men at work with them. On one were stones with men working them, and aa one of them said, fua chipping out Grant's tombstone." JOn one from Lairds were a lot of farm dinner bells. On auother was a spin ning wheel and reel. We suppose liad a reeling signification, for ' "crowd in Mfjsslllon was a reeling ; f according to all reports Liquor ' i free and plenty of It. ' . On one wagon from Ball's shop a globe sixteen feet In diameter. was finely got up and only showed .what money can do. To swell their J. f rowd they paid many workmen ' .the Canton shops their days wages t -Jfor going. They also hired several 4 'Democratic teams, to convey loads ; ' the meeting. The bondholders J . Officeholders can and deubtless - - furnish the greenback?. ' The Democratic Gain of Congressmen. f The Democrats in Ohio havo the following Congressmen, certain V . StrAdeb. in the First District, place of EaeLESTON. IIoag, in (he Tenth District,int-tead of Ashley. Dick ex son, in the Ninth District, - i Instead of Gibson. i The chancea are that we have feated Bingham in the Sixteenth District, elected Barrere in Sixth, Follktt in the Fifteenth, Leedou In the Fourth. This, the three Congressmen we have present, will give us ten Democratic Congressmen, or a majority of delegation. This is doing well, we consider that we have now three Con trees men out of nineteen. Frauds. The Radaja Canton over the great victory In the Ward, being 10S against 37 last It Is no trouble to roll up large Jorltie when those opposing are 4 vented from yotlng. Illegal Reput ' llcan votes were taken In -the - -Ward, the Judges knowing such to I, t " the case and legal Democratic were refused. We speak from book and know whereof we aver, are ready to srlve names. With this fraud Canton townshlp.iaclodlng the city Is five Democratic. Who are the Repudiators. John Sherman, Radical United States Senator from the State of says : "The bondholder who refuse to In payment for their bonds tame kind of money with which purchased them, are REPUDI ATOR3 . PYTARTinVFRS if f-'i Tux Ohio State Journal character izes the greenback as "The greasy, rotten, ragged, filthy, odious, contam Inating, small-pox factional curren cy, debased,rotten,worthles9 money.' The State Journal doubtless who furnished the country with ituff, and regards It aa good enough 'or laboring men, but not altogether It for the bondholder. M A X Pay no Bits. We say to any ur friends who may have been ah enough to bet on the late election jo pay no bet untlll they are satisfied .hat the winninr of it was fair iti u are. We hold If elections are led by fraud no one Is bound by result, at laaat so Car as betun u Wendell Phillips and General Dlx I go for Grant. liepository. Ia this the satne Phillips who pub lished a short time el ace that Grant wae constantly drunk ? This is the same Fhillipa who s&ld in a speech during the war "This ia not a slaveholder's war nor a Demo cratic war, but an anti-slavery war. The REVOLUTION WAS INAU GURATED BY US, aided by and consummated with the REPUBLI CAN PARTY AS AN AUXIL IARY." Query. Was the Democratic pro cession in Canton last Friday, which ia said to have been eight mile long, measured at a drinking saloon? They are always longer at that point than any other. A.utanc4 Monitor. lias our neighbor Deen seeing Grant? By the way, rfuinot the Cleve land Herald say in 1S6G that when Grant was there he was beastly drunk and had to be carried to the boat and put into his berth, and at Detroit his keepers managed to get him sobered up? Conqbe&s, Tho Democracy havo elected seven members of Congress in Ohio, a gain of Ave, with a chance tor one or two mre. We havo laid out Ashley, the town site speculator and grand Im peachcr. Egglfstox, the "baggage checker." Gibson, the'hightaluten ex-treasurer ; re-oleoted Morgan who was turned out by the radicals. We feel just as our Radical friends did last year when they learned that a Democratic Legislature was chosen. WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON. Plot to Assassinate the President-The Conspirators all Negroes. Washington, October 13. The Express this afternoon says It is in possession of evidence that a conspir acy has been arranged for the assas sination of President Johnson. The plot was exposed by an employee of tne Treasury Departed, who Bays the plot was arranged immediately after the Impeachment trial. A man named Heimberger is said to be the leader the assassins, who are all negroes. They meet in secret to-night to take the oath, etc. SECOND DISPATCH. The Evening Express publishes an article under large headings : "High ly Important Startling and True! plot to assassinate President Johnson! Fifty negroes and three white sworn to kill the President !" The Express says that an employee in the Treasury Department has ex posed the plot, which has been ar ranged since the impeachment trial. The report ccuses much comment, and the community is generally incredu lous aa to Its truth, hence no excite ment. The President has issued a procla mation appointing November 26th, as a Thanksgiving day. The Result in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania. sylvania. at "I it the We have a moss of township turns from these States, which by means indicate the final result. The Republicans claim them all, but the claim rests upon insufficient foundation. shall wail for more definite intelligence before we hazard an opinion upon it. Indiana and Pennsylvania are doubtful ; Ohio is not unpromis ing. In the mean time, let our friends give the biggest kind of a hurrah over the great gain of Congressmen which we have certainly made. shall not be surprised if two of these States turn up Democratic on the pop ular vote. Cin. Enquirer Hth. What Grant's Election Means. was It In to and do WondoM Phillips, the great leader, says that "Grant's metis the millions into one indivisible cliole, calling us to stamp on it legend we wilL" In other words, Grant's election makes negro equality universal throughout the United States, abolishes all distinctions ou count of color, opens to whites DiacKS slue, without discrimination, the common schools, hotels, restau rants, places of amusement, and the negroes as a part of law-making and governing of the country. What Grant's Election Means. Speech of Hon. John Quincy Adams at Greensboro, North Carolina. GREENSBORO, N. C., Oct. 8. in de the and with at the when but glo rify 2nd year. ma pre- 2nd be votes the and all Ohio, re ceive the they knows such of John Quiocy Adams, of Massachu setts, passed through here on his way to South Carolina. He was met at the depot by of both races, en masse. After by the band, a speech was and Mr. Adams addressed the assem blage from the portico of the House. He was introduced to crowd by Col. J. J. Scales. He his warmest thank for demonstration, and said he was at being met by, so many as he had thought his visit the South was not anticipated He came South only to say one to the people. That word was A fraternal affection. He was no politician, but was a supporter of the Constitution, and such he should vote for Seymour Blair. Ho came in a spirit of kindness to all classes of citizens, The color of the skin made no to him, and it never had. It charged at the North that the party of the South desired re-enslave tho negro. If he believed thai so atrocious an outrage contemplated he would turn hja opon the South, go home, and the other side. The, North never permit It. Unanimous, "Nor the South either I") He it as a lie ; an atrocious I la. had learned more of the Southern people, and their feelings and during the last few days he could have learned in setts in a Iifo time. He was astonish ed at the condition of the Southern people, and their wasted and fields. If the North could as he had done, all our trials would at an end. He was pleased to that amicable relations existed the whites and blacks, and no animosity existed among whites. He spoke for the encourage ment of all, and expressed his con victlan that the constitutional beaded by Seymour and would triumph. He retired shouts of applause. fool "LUko tacks'? foi the soldier during war, Kiaa tax for them now.' and car the To force yourself to pay rich men 'a vote for the bondholders candidates and Colfax. ' rmA con LattUTChaifpeaA, Election Returns. OHIO. MANSFIELD, October 13, 1868. In Richland county, seven town ships aad wards show a Republican gain of seventy-six. In Mansfield city, the Republican Justice is elected by ninety-six majority. Crestline Dickenson, 380; Gibson 230; Republican gain 52. Norwich, Huron county, 42 majority lor Gibson gain of 100 per rent. Cooper gains 124 in Mount Vernon and Clinton township. Alliance, Stark county, Republican majority 820. MANSFIELD, O., October 13, 1868. Ashland Montgomery township, Republican majority, twenty-four; Democratic train of thirty-tin ee. Probable Democratic majority in the county, four hundred. Richland The city and six town ships show a gain of one hundred; probnblo Democratic majority, four hundred : Republican gam, two hun dred. Columbus. October 13. The city gives 1,8;"9 Democratic majority, a Democratic gain of CC1 over last year. Franklin county, nineteen townships and city of Columbus, Democratic gain of 69G over last year. The ma jority in tho county will exceed 8,500. PENNSYLVANIA. A Philadelphia, October 14. The table of estimated and reported ma jorities for all the counties' of Penn sylvania, foot up a Republican major ity of 12.090. The iVeagives returns showing the election of the following Republican members of Congress : O'Nell.Kelley, Townsend, Dickey, Cake, Mercur, Packwr, Cessna, Moriell, Armstrong, Schotield, Gilflllan, Negley, Phelps and Donnelly. The Democrat elect Randall, Motfett, Reading, Stiles, Gelz, Vanauken and Woodward. The city ticket was carried by the Demo crats by majority ranging from 591 to 3,348. The City Councils are large ly Republican in both branches. Twelfth District A dispatch from Scran ton states that as thei e has been such Irregularities at the voting places it is necessary to wait for an omciai count to show whether Woodward, Democrat, or Strong, Republican, elected for Congress. In an election riot, yesterday, Wilkesbarre, one man was mortally wounded. The Democrats have elected Con gressmen in the First, Third, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth.Eleventh, Twelfth and Fifteenth Districts. The delegation will stand : sixteen Republicans eight Democrats a Democratic gain of two. DELAWARE. re no In addition to the large Democratic gains heretofore noticed we have the following :9 The Radical majority in Wilmington i8 only nine votes, which is a Democratic gain three hundred and Jive since the May or's election last month. New Castle elves a Democratic majority of 12 a gain of four hundred and one over the vote of 1866. Christiana Hun dred gives 33 Radical majority, Democratic gain of ninety-one Bran dywine and St. George's hundreds have been captured by us, the former eivine twenty-three, a gain of eighty- three, and the latter by 52, a gain aeventy-tico. The vote was unusually large, and the same proportion holds good throughout the State. Little Delaware is sure for Seymour Blair by a large majority. The Result in Hamilton County. We Despite the enormously Increased vote, the prodigal uso of money the incredible exertions of the .rtadi cals. the Democrats hold their own the popular vote in Hamilton county, The majority against them on State and County Tickets will not ceed 1 ,00 votes, l nia is tne remnani of tho 4,000 majority which the and Chronicle promised before the election. Under all circumstances the Democracy of old Hamilton Enquirer, 14. Enquirer, 14. The Connecticut Election. October G. The "Kxrar VnTiir what preM hM the following telegram IIon, C. M. Ingeraoll to Hon. Erastus ac and Brooks New II a van, October 6. Returns now coming in from our town indicate a Democratic majority in this State of over five thousand November. From Dayton. DAYTON, October 14. at Schenck's majority in the third Is 494 ; not all official. Montgo mery gives Vallandigham 111 Demo cratic majority ; Butler county, Warren gives Schenck 1,830; Preble, 798. EUROPE. BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE. Cuba and the Spanish Revolution. THE "TIMES" ON OUR FINANCES. The Spanish Situation. here. word kind nees.conciliation firm as and frater nal differ ence was Demo cratic to wero back Lqxpox, October 12. Dispatches Madrid atate that great interest is manifest ed In Cuba In regard to the representation that Island In the new goyernment of and also in regard to the abolition of and the action of the constituent cortea these questions is awaited with great The Minister promises Cuba equal with Spain. Ifpwp, October 13. The Provisional Junta is sure of the adhesion of Lersunda, the Captain General of Cuba. Dispatches were sent to him by the steamer which Cadiz on the 2d, which it is beliered will all doubts and hesitation on his as the course to be pursued. The Parliamentary Canvass. would cries, brand ed He senti ments, Lovdo, October 13. Ir. Gladstone commenced the political canvass in with an able speech at Warrington, which he denounced the Tories for bad financial policy, and for their course the Irish Church questions. The Times on Our Finances. seo It be know be tween that the strong par ty, Blair, amid the The Tixss this morning has an on the attitude of parties In the States. In regard to the national debt says ; Admitting that both the Republican and Peinocratlo parties contain large who urge the payment of the of the debt in paper, an American man in the present ysguenees of the and in the craving necessity for may conscientiously hold that view; but Times argues that should this policy be into practice, the credit of the would be so deeply injured that for.all loans the United States would be to pay a higher rate of interest than per cat, so. that Ibey would lose n the and thus their economical objects would defeated. . taxes Grant (1 bast "takes well1' says a radical About the only thing he take Whiiky. A Tieoaury BUI that don't pais th tb diitrlct Bill Olbtoa t AN ORDINANCE Relating to the Establishment and Construction of Water Works for the city of Canton, Ohio. is at to of a of and and on the ex Ga xette have Ex- from elec tions in dis trict 2.129. from It is deemed right and proper that Water Works be constructed and put in operation for the purpose of supplying the city of Canton with water. Therefore Sao. I. lie it ordained by the City Coun cil of the city of Canton (two thirds of all Uie members elected to said Council concur ring therein) that the body of water known as Meyers' Lake be used as the source of supply, and that the water be carried from the lake to the city over the line described as follows : Commencing for the initial point at the intersection of the middle line of Tuscarawas and Market streets in the Public Square; thence running north seventy-live degrees (75); we9t by the magnetic meridian two thousand four hundred and ten feet and eighteen hundredths of a foot 2410.18); thence by a curve to the right, on a radius of fourteen hundred and thirty three feet (1433); a distance of three hun dred and nine feet and fifty-eight hun dredths of a foot (309.C8); thence on a tan gent to sai3 eurAe north sixty-two degrees and forty-five minutes (62.45), west a dis tance of three thousand three hundred and sixty-two feet and forty-three hundredths of a foot (3.3G2.43; thence on a carve to the right, on a radius of two hundred and forty feet and five-tenths a foot (240.(5) a dis tance of one hundred and thirty-two feet and thirty -five hundredths of a foot (1 S2.S5); thence on a tangent north thirty-one (31) degrees; west one thousand six hundred and fifty-tire feet and twelve-hundredths of a foot (1.655.12); thence on a curve to the left on a radius of four hundred seventy eight feet and three-hupdredtlis of a foot, a distance of two hundred seventy-four feet aud fifty-five hnndredths of r. foot (274. C5); thence on a tangent north sixty-four degrees and fifteen minutes (64.15) west a distance of nihe hundred sixteen fee, and thirty-three hundredths of a foot (916.83); thence on a curve to the left on a radius of one thou sand four hundred and thirty-three feet (1433). a distance of one hundred fifty-six feet and seventy-seven hundredths of a foot (156.77); thence on a tangent north seventy one degrees and fifteen minutes (71.15) west a distance of two thousand one hundred and seventy-seven feet and sixtecn-hundredths of a foot (2,177.16); thence by a curve to the right, on a radius of two thousand eight hundred and sixty-five eet (2865), a dis tance or seven nunarea ana nineiy-eigui feet (798); thence on a tangent, north fifty three degrees and twenty-five minutes (53.25) west, a distance of two hundred and fifty two feet and fifteen hundredths of a foot (252.15); thence on a curve to tho right, on a radius of two hundred and eighty-seven feet and nine-tenths of a foot (287.9), distance of one hundred and ninety-four feet and ninety-seven hundredths of a foot (194.97); thence on a tangent north sixteen detrees and thirty minutes (lb.30) west, distance of two hundred and sixtythree feet (263); thence on a compound curve, first to the left with a radius of seven hun dred and sixteen feel and eight hundredths of a foot (716.8), a distance of one hundred and seventy-two feet and thirty-seven hun dredths (172-J7); thence to the left with radius of three bunred fifty-nine feet three hundredths of a foot (359. a dis tance of one hundred seventy-two feet thirty-eight hundredths of a foot (172.38); thence on a tangent north sixty-six degrees and thirty minutes (66.30) west, a distance of fifty feet and thirty-seven hundredths a feet (50. S7) to a point on the lake shore low water mark, all courses being run the magnetic meridian ; also, that a reser voir be built with its center thirty south of a point on said line which is thousand one hundred and eighteen feet twenty-four hundredths of a foot (C.118.24) from fhe initial point. Seo. 2. That In order to construct works it is deemed necessary to appropriate, enter upon and take the following described rights, casements, water privileges lands, to wit: First, The right to draw from said such quantities of water as may be needed for tho present and future supply of city. Second, The right to construct, keep repair and control a Dam at the outlet of lake in such manner as to be able, necessary for the supply of said city, or increase the water pressure, to raise the face of the lake, with a sluice in the which shall be under the sole control of proper authorities of said city Third, The right and privilege of raising the surface of said lake when necessary the afore mentioned purpose, two feet, the right to flow adjacent lands to an necessary for that purpose. Fourth, The right to enter, at any said lake at the point designated at the of said line, so far and in such direction may be proper for the laying down, repariring, replacing or controll ing of pipes, acqueducts, filter, or other pliances and fixtures proper tor tne obtain ing and purify mg of water. Fifth, The right to enter upon the through which the line described in one of this ordinance runs, and lay along said line such water pipes and as may be deemed proper for the of said water to the city with drain valves, air vents and other appliances; with the right and privilege, any time of entering upon such lands the purpose of examining, repairing, cing, rebuilding, cleaning or controlling acqueducts, pipe and attachments, Provided, however, that all such rights and priviliges shall bemused & exercised in such proper reasonable manner as to interfere in the Manner with the ordinary occupation use of such lands by the owners which ordinary occupation and use of lands shall be held to remain in the of the same, but in no manner to interfere with the proper and reasonable use and drcise of the rights, privileges and hereby appropriated for the use of Water Works. Sixth, The sole use and occupation piece of ground of circular form with of two hundred and ten feet (210) a centre thirty feet south from a point the afoaesaid line six thousand one and eighteen and twenty four hundredths a foot (6.118.21) from the initial point said, on which to construct a reservoir. Bsc. 8. That the City Solicitor be hereby is directed to" institute and prosecute in the name of the City Council, such proceedings in a court of competent as may be proper and necessary effect the appropriation of the afore rights, privileges, easements lands. Sec. 4. That this ordinance shall take from and after its passage and Passed October 5, 18G8. WM. H. WYANT, President. Attest: JOS. TROUT, Clerk. Oct. 14, 1868 Advertisements. left re move part Lanca shire in their on editorial United it fac tions principal states? law economy the car ried country fu ture oblig ed six end, bs N EW GOODS I NEW STORE The Newest, Finest, Gayest Store pow tue city is on tne oiu cusauiy corner, wnere Essig &j Son Are now hard at work opening mense stock of an ex change.' ia FALL AND WINTKR qOQDS, and feel satisfied that they can offer bargains on all classes of Goods. Their stock consists of full lines of Goods in WOOLENS, suoh as Shawls, Casslrnere, Flannels, d)c, In DRESS GOODS, suoh as Poplins, Merinos, Alpaccas, Coburgs, Delaines, te., In COTTONS, such aa Prints, Muslins, Denirns, Tjcks, Ginghams, te,, In CLOTHS, they hava Caaalmeres, Satinetts, Jeans, Cottonade, Ac, In SUNDRIES, Cloaking, Carpets, Sartu, Oil Coverlets, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery, Furs, Queensware, Groceries, and an endless variety of NOt'lONSV Jtf-Call and our New Goods New Store. ESSIG fc WON. in FOR SALE Twenty-one Twenty fonrtha interest in the Mahoning Company at Alliance. BELDKN, or Fifth and Poplar taCaaton, jtSlw UY iiLAlCE'3 ONE DOLLAR I PATENT CHAIR SPRINGS. Patented April 28th, All infrluK- meuu will to prosecuted. They make a SPRINQ CHAIR and a ltUtJii.iJNU UI1AI11 out of any Common Chair, by attaching theta to the rrout legs of the Chair. These Uprintrs aro mudd out of i in ported ShelHeld steel, wd ure the finest tempered Hijrings ever uiado in the United States. The front Ioks ot uorue chairs uiuht be sawed oil' about an inch, in order to have the chair set level before attaching the Seringa. Bore u C'n:let hule into the bottom of the chair aud drive the inch screws in tight. These springs fit tiny chnir, and. cannot cat out of order. The steel spring possvus reuirkab!u elasticity. Kockurs are entirely difrxnsod with. They lake up but little room. They can be instut!y attached to any common chair. For oflieo uue l hoy tuako the easiest ohalr ever invente.l. The ladivs pronounce them nnequaled as a eewins cuaii. - They will come into general use in Otll- ces. Hotels, Bteaui boats ana uou rt nouses. I want to net an aeent for every county in the United States to sell said chair springs. mw Agents ou make from a to $10 day. If you w ut an agency send for circulars, and Address A. M. BLAKE, care Libby llouw, 54 Warren st. New York Oct. 14. 1868-tf a N JOTICE a a and Kdward Stine. whose rosldeuce is an- known. is hereby notilied that Catharine Utine did. on the 8lh day of October, a. k. 1808, hie her petition Jin the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas within and lor the county of Slark and Slate Ohio, charirinir the suid Edwari Stiuo with willful absence for more than three years, and askinsr that she may be di- vorced. from the said Edward Stine, which netltion will atand for hearing at the next term of said court. CATHARINE STINE. By J.W. McCobd, her Attorney. ocll4'68wG of at by feet six and said and lake said in said, when to sur same the for with extent time, end as con structing, ap lands section down acque ducts car rying such suitable at for repla such and least and such owners ex- ease ments the of a a ra dius with on hundred of upon and legal juris diction to A NEW DISCOVERY. ASTHMA AND CATARRH CURED D. LaNQELL. I nw not only foel rta privilege, but duty, to make it known to the world I have at last discovered a remedy which is able to conquer the most distressing disease of all diseases, which has battled the skill of ull physicians. In testimony nt which I erive my own experience. Hiivincr mvself been a 6ubjeet to dreudtul disease called Phthisic, orAsth ma, for more than twenty years, in severest form, lrom August until May, nine months out of twelve. I was coin polled to sit by the lire day aud night, lahnrinr and slraiuiuir for every breath. These severe paroxisms would last three days and nights before I could get relief, commencihg invariably on Sunday after noon. The rest of the week I could walk about some, bat at no timo lie down rt. All tho way I slept was sitting a chair, aud leaning my head forward, supported by the back of another chair, aud felt thankful when I could sleep that position, without fear of suffocation. ilv suffering were so intense that auai;e can sot describe them. I sought nedlcil aid from physicians at home abroad, took medicine constantly the time I was twelve years old up the age of thirty-five. I became reduc ed to a mere skeleton, and v. y disease constantly growing worse. Receivingno lieuefir from medical aid. I resolved take no more medicine into thestomach for asthma. I then prepared different medicines and exporimented with by inhalation; and by the help ni kind Providence, I discovered areinedy which would relieve the severest parox ysm in from live to ten minutes. Icon' tinued the uss of it, and feel rejoiced say that it has eradicated the disease from my system; that I can now down and sleep in bed as though I never been subject to the disease. I am now fully convinced by my experience and observation mat cines administered by the stomach never been found to benefit the lunrs but. on the contrary, thev work miachief to the healthy organs tnrougn wmcn pass, and thus assist the disease to down the strength of the patient, hasten a fatal termination of the malady. So common and fatal is this practice all physicians educated to prescribe ioine through the stomach, for the nave pronounced all diseases of theluugs incurable. Pulmonary diseases wlllyield to the virtue of medicine like any disease, if you apply the medicine to part arl'ected; but this can only be done inhaling the vapor witli the air we breathe; and ih this condition it may be inhaled through the bronchial tubes into the lar structure of the lungs, with the beneficial effect. In this simple way ma and all diseases of the air passages, can be as successfully treated as any er disease, by medicine, when topically applied, i am now preparing tne cine and putting it np in packages 1 can send by mail to any address, in the United States, on receipt of price. S2 pet box. My new remedy has also been discover ed to cure catarrh in tne Mead in wheie all other remedies haye failed. One box, or at most., two boxes, ta ranted to cure any ordinary case of ma or Catarrn. A ddress men tioned D. LiANQKLL. and Applecreek, Wayne County, Ohio. QCtHWO ' ef fect publica tion. 1JICKED UP. Four large a. were nicaea up by tne undersigned. on Monday, October 13, 1S68 The scriber found them trespassing upon premises. The owner can have them proving property and paying expenses. r rtn.uii.uii IN r. Oct. 14. '08. I NFORMATION WANTED ! in Of the where bouts of William gel, who left his home at Canton, Ohio, a fit of derangement, on Thursday October 1st. He is about six feel weighs about 100 pounds, black hair eyes, no whiskers or mustache, and scar on the upper lip. He had on he left, black" pants and vost; a coat bluisn oast, and a black low crowned Information of bis whereabouts will gratefully received by his afflicted M AT11I AH BUilhEGEL, im- 18ml Canton, supe rior 4c, Ac. Aa, Ac. Cloths, and Coal 0, GENTS WANTED t sell Blake's Patent Springs for Chairs. They make a Soring Chair and a Chair out of any common chair small expense. Profits to Agents largo. Send for to A. M. BLAKE, care of Libby House, 64 Warrenst New aug 12'fiStf WANTED $1,500 for one First class real estate security. IBELDEN, Fifth and Poplar, Canton. septS0w4 FOR SALE McAbee Farm Acres Jackson Tp. Growing and sheep on farm pass th e title. 11ELDEN, sept30w4 Canton. LE- I7RSA X Brick Business and Mrs. Sholder's 2 Dwelling on the squire at Rochester, Stark the best business house in the town, with two full lots. Also one lot. . B ELD EN. Real Estate Agent, cor. 6th A Poplar JHE HIGHEST; CASH PRICE PAiq FOB Green aud Dried Apples, Chestnuts, and Hiekory Nuts, at XYKRS & WAITER'S, TREASURER'S NOTICE. Taxes for the Year 1868. The following table shows the number of mills levied on aeh dotlnr of valuation of the Tax Duplicate in Htark County, Ohio, for the ywr A. 1). 18G8 : Towkships Cobporatioxs. 2 o Pi n 3 O O viii.ijt. I inr.Ls. 'i o Paris Washington. . : Lexington Marlborough. . Kimishillen . .. Osnaburg Sandy Pike Canton Canton City. . . Plain Lake Jackson Perry Massillon City. Bethlehem : ... Sugar Creek. . Tuscarawas. . . Lawrence 3:5 3:5 3:5 5:5 3:5 8:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3.5 :$:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 1:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:0 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:6 3:5, 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 3:5 8:5 3:5 3:5 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:3 0:2 0:3 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:3 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 0:2 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 1:0 0:5 1:0 1:5 0:5 1:0 0:5 1:0 1:0 1:0 0:5 0:7 0:5 0:5 1:5 0:5 0:5 0:5 0:5 1:5 0:5 1:0 0:8 0:9 0:5 0:4 0:8 0:0 0:4 0:4 0:2 0:4 1:0 1:3 1:3 1:7 0:0 1:3 1:2 4:7 3:3 8:0 4:3 1:2 1:0 3:1 2:0 2:0 5:0 1:0 3:3 3:5 2:1 4:0 4:3 2-4 5:0 2:5 15:7 15:3 20: U 15.7 12:7 11:0 14:'J 13:0 13.4 15:U 12:5 14:2 15:0 14:y 15:8 10:5 12:9 1:8 15: a SPECIAL LEVIES. Pans Township Minerva Corporation 4.5 mills; Paris Seperato District 2.H mills; Union School 4.0 mills; Franklin District b. mills. Hostetter nistrict. z milta. Wasliineion Mount Union Corporation. 6.5 mills; District !io. 4, HI mills; 1'istrict JNO. 7. J4.1 null. ( Alliance corporation, 8 mills; ) Union School. 1.1.6 mills; Alliance Lexington Lima do 7 do V Road Tax, 2 mills. (.Mt. Union do 6.5 do J Marlborough Uninn School, 5 mills. Is'imishilleu liislrict So. 9, 0.G uiilis. O-maburK -District No. 4, 0 II mil!; District No. 5, 0.G mil!--; District No. 2. 1.2 JJ DiHtrict No. 12. u.tt mills. Sandy VV avnesburgh corporation, 2 mills; Union School, 3 mills; Magnolia Dis trict 7 mills; Wayuesburgh Head District. 1.5 rnill. Hub-district 8, 0;6mi)M. Canton Canton corporation. t.o mills; district No 8, 0.8 mills. Plain District No. 12, O.ti iiiiilc. Lake District No. 9. uuo and three-tenths mills. Perry Massillon corporation, 8 mills;- Unicu School, 4 mills; District No. 11, 3 M Bethlehem Union School, 7 mills. Sugar Creek Union Schuol, 2.5 mills, f Lawrence -Fulton corporation, 4 mills; Union School, 7 mills; District No. 6, 6 M. The Treasurer's office at Canton, will be open from the 1st of October to the 20th day of December. 1868, and from the 1st day o" April to the 20th day of June. IStiU, for the purposo or receiving? all Taxeit cuartrea on tne Duplicate lor IU year labrt . On all Taxes not paid on or belore tue iiui day ot lecemner, tne ienuity wi; He charged as the law directs. jn. ti. Business nouns rrnm a o ciocx a. 31. to t otiock cm... JOHN STEEL, Treasurer of Stark County. Canton, Ohio, September 10, 1803. 1 o; a that that its to on in lan and from to to them a to lie had IKST ARRIVAL. FALL, AND WINTER GOODS ZOLLABS A CO'S. PRINTS A Lagre Lot, all prices, Cheap DELAINES A Largo Lot, Cheap. FRENCH POPLINS Splendid Assort ment, plain and changeable. SILKS Plain and Changeable, the latest styles out, wnich will be sold at very low figures. FRENCH MERINOS AND IMPRESS CLOT1JS A big lot most all colors, at great bargains. ALP ACCAS Black and Colored, a beau tiful lot. Cheap. POPLINS Grey and Changeable, a nice assortment for suits, at all prices. BLACK SILKS All grades. CASSI MERES A Large Assortment. CLOTHS " " SATINETTS, " " JEANS, " CLOAKINGS Splendid Line, very cheap SHAVLS-A Largo Lot, newest Styles at Cheap Kates. In addition to the above we havo a large line of CARPETS, SKIRTS, QUEENSWARE, HOSIERT, GLOVES And ail other kinds or Goods suitable for the general wants of the trade. SAQUES Cut and made to order in the LATEST 6TYLES. SauCall and see ourGoods, as we know we have the best assortment ever brought to Canton. Terms CASH OR PRODUCE. ZOLLARS fc CO, Canton, Bcptl0w4 has tney break and that med lungs. other the by cellu most asth olh which witb' the ease A. CLUFF. H. COCK OOP.SKIRT MANUFACTORY, East TuBcarawas Street, nearly oppo site the American Hotel, CANTON, OHIO. We desire to inform the public that we are engaged in the manufacture or HOOP SKIRTS, At the above mentioned place, w here w are prepared to fill orders for skirts by the single or dozen, on short notice and at low rates. Skirts of all Sizes Made to Order. Any lady requiring an extra length or breadth can be promptly supplied. We invite country merchants and deal ers generally to give us a call, and we will endeavor to supply them on terms mac win not rati to give satintaction. A. C1.U.E J' w, ' septl8m3 Asth Hogs sub his by Y Schle- in night, tall. and has a when of a bat. be parents O. Rock ing at cir culars York. ATTENTION STUMP SPEAK.EKS Democratic Speaker's Hand-Bookl Everv Democratic sneaker should have one. Every Democratic editor should have It. Every Democrat should have it Speakers and editors of all parties should have it. This, the moat complete politi cal which has ever been gotten np, has heen prepared with express reference to the existing residential canvass, ic su persedes entirely the use ot the old-fash ioned scran-hooks. and the bulky a 11 tboritiea which, of necessity have had to be carried about by our orators. It con tains everv thing necessary under one cover. It is uncompromising in its as-. saults on Radicalism, and perfect in its defense of the Democracy. A speaker or editoi who has thi- work can meet tb Radicals on any point. Excesses of Rad icalism shown up in every light, and very much other matter necessary lor a tboro discussion. About 400 pages, evo. oouoi column. Fnce In cloth. 5-.au. bea poet-paid, on receipt of money. Clubs five 110. Usual allowance to trade and oanvassers. Miami Printing and Pub lishing Co.. corner Bedinger street and Miami Canal. Cincinnati, Ohio; or C. U Bishop. Enquirer Office. Cincinnati, O. Sr Orders filled according to the date at which tnev are received. Edited by 'an Investigating Demoorat N. B. Editors of Daily Papers insert ing editorial notice of this work, with oddres of publishers, and through one daily and weekly issue, will, by Bending copy or paper, marked, be entitled to copy of paper, marked, bo entitled to ooi-y. year. Sixty orbps story Jdonse Co. to gether va cant sts. gALE OF REAL ESTATE In and adjoining ' CANAL FULTON, Stark County, O. T will offer at public sale at my resi dence, adjoining on the east the town of Canal Fulton, on Friday, October ICth, 1868, Uie following property, to wit : My Farm containing Ninety-three acres, more or less, with a good Tvo Story Brick House' Good Outbuildings, Good Bank Barn, and a Good Orchard, a new Tenant Houte 11 story high. At the same time, out-lot number eight (8) ot 4 9-100 acres adjoin ing the above, with running water all in good cultivation. Als.-v a good grocery stand.in said town on lot No. 02, building 28x03 feet, 21 story high. Also Lot No. pJ will be offered for sale at the same time, and other property. - Further particulars can be given at say reald?noe, MICHAEL RtJCH. S11 IV ELY BROTHERS ARK NOW OCCUPYING THEIK NEW ROOM! Which has been erected during the sum mer npon uie site of their old room. which was deatroyed by fire last winter. It is the handwoinest store room in the couuty, and they have it filled with naudsome, attractive, well-selected, and, above all, exceedingly cheap stoclc ot DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CARPETS, and QUEENS WARE. Our DRESS GOODS comprise very latest and most popular st3'lea out; are in abundant assoitmeut, just fresh from the jobber aud importers in the east, and makes the best stock to select from In the county. We have a full line of DOMESTIC GOOD9 of the very best innkes, and large supply, we are likewise constant ly adding to. our stock, and will always sell lower than the lowest. We hsve the largest stock the cheap est stock tne nicest and most saleab stock of QUEENSWARE & CROCKERY To be found in Northern Ohio, and offo it at a slight advance on eastern We aim to do A Large Business at Low Prices ! 1 Quick Sales and Small Profits'' Is our motto. We invite the attention of our friend and all buyers of good goods to our entire stock, satisned that in point of quantity, quality and price, it is not surpassed equaled in the county. Our friends and customers will always find Seraphim Shivelv, Josiah Shively, John M. Petree aud E. Correll at the ready to show Ihem burgains and toyExchange our Goods for Cash Produce !a SHIVELY BROTHERS. P. S. We bought our stock of Carpets at a great bargains in the east, aud offer especial advantages to our custom ers in this line of Goods. Oall soon, a line of Oil Cloths of most fashionable always in stock. sept30ma PERA HOUSE HAT STORE. 5 o HENRY A. MILLER, Successor to Barber i Lahm. Fall Hats, Winter Hats, New York Hats, Nobby Hats, Onward Hats, Club Hats, Pickwick Hats, Boz Hats, Dickens Hats, Hurdle Hats, Hamilton Hats, ' Broadway HATS AND CAPS! Of the LaUst Styles and in great quanti ties at the Opera House Hat Store, Opposite the New Court-House. ALSO GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Iu great variety and at tho lowest HENRY A. MILLER. sept80tf ACATION "NOTICE. Notice i hereby given that a petition was this da filed in the lerk's office the court of common pleas within and the county of tark and tateof Ohio, that it would conduce to the ral interests and convenience of the pie of Navarre, in said county, if a 40 feet in width, running east and botween lots numbers 34 and 35 in first addition to said town, lots numbers 39 and 40 in Wetmore's addition to said town; and an 20 feet in width, running north and between said lots and additions, were ; and praying that said street alley may, accordingly, be vacated. petition will be for hearing at the Novem ber term, 1368, of said court. GEO. W. RAFF, Att'y for Petitioners. Aug. 19. ISOSwS MPOHTAJST TO 1AKMERS. D. MENTZER S CO., Of Stark county, Ohio, will exhibit Farmers thegreatgrain aud labor saving Reaper, "MARSH HARVESTER." At the Canton, Orrville. Wooster. Akron and New Philadelphia fairs. The Marsh Harvester only requires two men, stand on the Reaper und bind ten acres grain' easier per day, than five men after any oiher Reaper now in use. Farmers cansave fioni fifty toons hun dred dollars per year by purchasing Marsh Harvester, D. MENTZEI; Co., General Agents for Siark, Wayne, Sum mit and Tuscarawas counties. Sept. 9, 1808, GAS PIPE AND FIXTURES A nloe assortment, at ' KATHOLD8 SAITOH' Ayer's Hair Vigm Forrestoring Gray H-':r to its natural Vitality and Color. 111 A tltcssili:: wliK-li i-i at once :i:ii'nle, lieukliy, lili'i Hi'rrtiij.l lor prcsen in:? ii:e hair. Faded or yru-i hair is soon ralort'l. to its oriilinal ro'.or with the y'fzj lli;ii hair checked, and ot yutn. :i ilmk imi l.alii- em 1, falling hair iicki ofi.e:i, though not iilw:iv.-. run-i by its use. Nothing can restore :1k; hair wlic.ro the follicles are licMrovet'. or the glnnda atrophied 11ml ticcaycii. Rut such as remain can be snvecl fur usefulness by this application. iiiMcau of- fouling the hair with a p:iiy cedi nient, it will keep it cleau nml vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hiiir from turuing pray or faUitig oil', aud consequently prevent baldm-rs. 1'Yce from those deleterious pulisl.'iucc:- which make some preparations dangerous tisd injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing; else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich glossy lustre aud a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, LOWELL, MASS. PKIOE $L00. ft-r. Iyer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lima, cu as ttougha. Colds, Whoopin Oouj?h, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. - 1 r il.iv never before in the I?2d? .... ::r.u: law anything wou so widely aad odeeplr , 1.- for pulmonary coiuplaiuu. Throujfh a loue of uurt, und auiouz most of the races 01 ,t nai n. tu hurher and hufher in their estiina a. .t ti.i.. liL-Lomo belter known, lu nhilorm r u-.irr :.nl power to curs the variou aaeetioaa iVti. i-i.iiM.unil tin-oat, liaveuuide it known as a re--, 1 . ' -o-.i-ctjr against them. While aUapled to ' ' . l".-.-. ,.t-liue and Lo vonnr children, it IS me time Hie mot cffeciual remedy that can for incipient coneuinption, and the dn ..r Hi ihrottaud lunar. Alt a pro- o'alrain-'t sudden attarkt of Croup, it should III1 I.?' ID" I1H11U "I 1 ' , 7 ,;..,ni.-s subject to colds aud coughs, all I. 1 i ,e provided with this auudoia for them. ..... . . '.:u rrev numbers of case where the dis- . .. ."..'ed 'seliied, have been completely cured, a. i,e :.t.ent.v.lored to sound .health by the 7 rrcturni. ho complete w h mastery ,.v v the disorders of Uie Luues and Throat, that thti j.M.,1. obstinate of Uiem yield to it. hen noth . ik -tr mull it?B-.h ihem, under the Cherry fo Li. -: tiilir.idB anil disappear. ant.jrr ml rtibUe txakrM and great pro-w--..in from il. . Aiiiimn is always relieved and often wholly ' j'-oiicAii Is generally cured by taking the ( hsfy I'flofut 111 email and frequent doses. t-tt fcctiernliy arc its virtues known that we need i 1 ,t mi I, lull the certiflcates of them here, or do more a8iir(i the public Uuit iu u.uaiuics are fully itiaiulumcd. Ayer's Ague Cure, Pot Tcvt and Atrue, Intermittent Fever, Chiil Fever. Remittent Fever, Dumb Asc'ie, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c, and indeed all the affoctions which arise fj'om malarious, marsh, or miaumfttie poisons. Ai i' name Implies, It does Curt, and does not rvil. CfilainhiK- neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bismulh, .in', nor any other mineral or poisonous substance uhairvi-r, it in nowife injures any patient. The 1-.1r.11l.cr and importance eflts cures In the arue dis trict", ase litersllv bevoinl account, and we believe wiLiit a parallel in the history of Ague medicine. 0;:r pride is gratified by the acknowledgments we i-eive of the radical cures effected In obstinate caen, and where oUier remedies had wholly failed. t'n.-.fclimated persons, etlher resident In, or tavellinK tlr.-ouKti mianmatic localitiea, will be pro terted by taking the AUVB CUKE daily. For J.irrr Complaint, arising from torpidity r.f ih1- Liver, it i an excellent remedy, stimtuating tUf Liver into hpalthy activitv. For llitioui Disorders and l.iver Complaints, it la u excellent remedy, produri-se manv truly rtv in.-irkahle cures, where other meillcLnes had failed. 1'repared by Int. .J. C. A Tic a & Co., Practioal and Analvtical Chemists, Lowell, Ala., aad ild all round "the world. I-KICn, $1.00 MM BOTILM. a The G-eat Keip-SDglaai ILa-tcdy! jr-.. J. . l-.-LANH s YtlHTE PISH- the IS litiw ofirrd lo tt' -iiOiicu-ti i! iou::tJat tha couiitry. after havii.tf fcer:i ..rovril ,j vh t4t of thirt-u -j oar in tho New- ilktK.iiua Sis-irn, wbor iu moriU huvc be-como & well buc n u it t'iu trwe from which, l:i parr, it dcrir its vh-::ic. THE "WHITE PINE COMPOUND in SoroThro&t. Colds, Ccuqhs, Diphthcr:s, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blcod, sr.d Pu.1 monary Affections generally. It ia Remarkable Remedy for Kidney Complaints, Dinbetc-s. Difficulty cf Voiding Urine, C::edinn from tho Kidney st.d Blad der, Gravel, end cthap Co"pi3inis. HonT'lv. .K::. -0, I0O8. cost. nor store or now fnll put terns, Folaxu's WHITS 11 kk 0. : r i'J.t 1.. After having given It & tlioroii!i tiinl. v. c c:i c-tiiV Icmiy reconiuwnd Folanu'M Whiic jJiwt 'onypountl as a very valuable article i'r itio cur of cuius, cu.k1. and pulmonic coninluinta generally. In sere-r.i oases, we have known it to ive prutnpt relief w'.ieu all other remedies which Imd heen trid Uad fuiic.l. It is an article, which, tu a climate promrt.iro oi sudden and r-tvertfeoidsas ic that of N-w L-'.itU:il, ought to be i'-i e. cry t'tinity ; ai::l vc are s-..re tlirit those who onrc i:;.:r.in ami ijl-e il a f dr trial :ll not thereafter be w:ti;.iK' M ! without 11. fir. '.. I'ffi. ! ." t h- I-.. ant W'tt rc : vac to .U." .lru.;- A Va..I'as:.k : Pint Comp-'U-'d, . ." cesbft! aHt:i:.j.: i -virtue of t'ie ''.'!:" oitf-iily losi i iy e.U'1 the ;rii: r fruui pltj:u vc II II. which it iJ mUiitcti. :i gisU. W. Y. -i Vr The HliHe '.'h : pait of t!io L'u';.ti ii-:ta f.';t:i'.,.;:t.i at ; :it C. n.lMO: tk- CO., l-rv. U-lo.s. H:l i now niM t l every llld J'.iiiili l'rovi:ie. rates. of for al leging gens peos street west Wet more's and sec ond alley south va cated and Said II K EMPIRE TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY, 205 Fullon Street, New York, HAVE APPOINTED DEVILLE A SPE1DKL, East Tuscarawas Street, Oanj-on, O., As their Agents : and in order ta meet the wants of this cotuiuuirty. have selected the undermentioned kindsof their Stock, which aro to be sold at Wholesale Prices, tho same a tho Company sell them in New York. Vv'e t;aarantee all goods sold by u? to give entire satisfaction. PRICE LIST. Oolong, Black, 80, 90, best $1.00 per lb. .Mixed, IGreon Rod lllack.J 80, 90, $1,00 per lb. Yonng Hyson, 90e, 1.00, 1.10, best 1.25 per lb. Old Hyson, 90c, 1.00, 1.10, best 1.25 per lb. Uncolored Japan, 1.00, 1.10, best 1.25 per lb. English Breakfast, 1.00, 1.10, be3t 1.20 per lb. English Breakfast Coffee, 25c per lb. Empire Java Coffee, 30c. per lb. Gronnd Coffee, 20c. 30c. 40c. per lb. Hotels, Saloons, Boarding House Keep ers and Families who use large quantities, can effect a great saving by using our ENGLISH BREAKFAST Sc DINNER COFFER which wo will sell at the low price of 25c. per pound. It is particularly recommended, and sure to give perfect satistaclien. Special attention is invited to THE EMPIRE TEA CO'S LONG ARM CHOP, Of Buck Tea with Green Flavor, It has long been the study of Tea Pro ducers aud Tasters to procure umoDg the many varieties imported too numerous to mention Black Tea with Green Flavor that would suit nearly every taste, and become a standard article. The Empire Tea Company feel convinc ed they have at length discovered this long sought for quality in their LONG ARM CHOP, to Which is put up in pound papers, aud sold at ?l.r5. Ki.-We beg to call the attention of our Pa trons and the puolic generally to tne practice lately adooted by certain individuals, (styled companies by themselves) who, by onering to Kive packages of 0.1 or coffee, tempi the thoughtless and unwary to become purchasers. We cannot, too eurr.eptly cau tion our friends to beware of this fraudulent meth od of doing business, aa1 whatever is GIVEN away must eventually come from the pocltot of the pur chaser; tho articles belug either seme worthless trash mado up expressly for the occasion or the weight considerably hort of the just quautity. All teas from this company are warranted pure, and bear our trade mark. Aug. 5. IStiSll who of can the WHEEL BARROWS so cheap that no one steed borrow, at liAVKOLDS a SAXTOK'S. c ALL AT A. HUT.FORD'S And get a IJTTLFS COOK STOVE. CHURNS OF ALL SHAPES -the best made and warranted, at RAYNUIJS A 8AITON. LOOKING-GLASSES, WINDOW SHADES, OIL-CLOTHS. fco., AO for sale cheap, at 74tn CORKELLS'. T HE BEST AND MOST ECO NOMICAL STOVE IN USE. Little's Improved Cook Stove a" I For either Coal or Wood. This popular Family C'ook Stove liaa tow heen brought to such a degrees of perfection, mid by actual triiil baa con firmed all I bat is claimed for It. We cau therefore safely say it is tub most fkb pkcl' btovk in link! aud delies all com petition. As a baker it is unsurpassed ; and ia every respect it never fails to give satis faction. . 7 We also continue at our t-stablishuieut st l-.inp:re Block, tlie Tinning and Spouting Business. We give special attentiou to SPOUTING AND ROOFINU, Aud we invite our friuudt lu want of e b work to give us a call Oar terms are moderate Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron War Ko"d nt Wholesale and Retail. R. Iittlb i l!uo'ini:it have the business in charge. A. HURKORD. Canton. Ohio. May 27ib 1SG8. 7ATCIIES AND JEWELRY. OTTO W1NTERUALTER Watch and Chronometer Maker, B a leave to announce lo the cilizeara 0 Canton and vicinity that he is bout opening a store in No. 1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Having a thorough knowledge of the business, and a lHrge assortment of the very best Geneva & American Watches, Clocka, Jewelry and Silverware! I can secure to my customers some ad vantages of which they will lie ready te avail themselves. Special Attkniion will be paid to re pairing of all kinds, which will be done at reasonubln prices, and on short notice. J6-Call and See! -a )an8 OTTO WINTERHALTEK, No. 1 Opera House Block. G8- V 'P LAGS! FLAGS! CHEAPER THAN KVEB AT TBI ENQUIRER OFFICE,CINCINNATr, O, Send for a list of Prices and Sizes. Tendleton's "Greenback" Speech, In pamphlet form, at Per hundred, $ 2 00 " five hundred, 7 60 ' thousand, 13 00 LIFE OF HON. GEORGE II. 'PENiLETOiV, Written by G. M. D. Blohs, Associate Editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Cheap edition, 25 cents, bound in cloth,, with speeches, $1 00. Address orders for tbe above to C. H. BISHOP, Enquirer Office, Cin., O. July l. isea. rrO THE PRINCIPALS -- OK Schools, Academics, Seminaries, and". Teachers of Singing. Wo would respectfully call your atten- tion to our NEW SCHOOL SONG BOOK, . THE SONG CABINET, BY C. G. ALLEN. This Book contains First A very carefully prepurod series ot " Primary Song Lesions. Secondly A large number of now aud ' boautiful School Sonjs. Third) v A thort Cantata Thb Sciiool . FivsTlVAT. designed epresly for -use at Schools, Concerts und Exhi bitions. The Publishers in presenting this work -to Principals and Teachers, would call' special attention to its superior merits aa a School Soug Book. The author baa been very careful in the selection of his: Music, which is almost entirely now.unai n adapting to it uporopriute words witk objectionable) sfnliraeuts, which will comiuetld in ullour Schools and Scminu " ries. The So-a Cahiuot lms beou'adopted by the Board of Educution, as the Text Book for the Public Schools iu the city of New York. Price CO cents each. To Schools, Ac., Lix Dollars pr doz. Samplo Copies sent by Mail post paid on rtctript of 50 cents. Aug. WILLIAM HALL 4k SON, 113 Breadway, N. V2, 1868tf. QOUNTir MERCHANTS AND FARMERS Take notice that the Larg est, Best fc Cheapest stock of Hand Rakea. in this cOBUty for sale, wholesale aud re tail, at 47tf CORHELLff.