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CARRIAGES!
T be Popular and old Established Arm of
H.W.WERTS&CO.
ON POPLAR STREET ,
VEA& TUB M, E. CHURCH, CANTON, OHIO.
Are now ready to neet the demand of .the ap
pnmcning
DRIVING SEASON
With the most Complete anp Elegant line o
all description! of
Riding V hides !
ever put upon the market In this city,
Their Stock embraces all kinds and stylea of
SINGLE & FAMILY
WAGONS !
mwtruoted In the most elegant as well aa sub
stantial manner, and possesses all the desirable
aeaiurce of Durability.
EASY RIDING!
Aud the most perfect taste In Painting, Upholster
toe and General Finish. All Work Warranter!. .
As this firm are sending wagons to ail parts of
uouuuuiry, an conimunicatioiisiwiu te carefully
looked after. H. W. WKaT8 CO.
uauton way 4 tr
ROOFING,
Get Durable Roo fs
OF
IRON AND SLATE.
The undersigned is now picpared to put on
TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFING,
On short notice and In good workmanlike man
ner, and cheap as the cheapest. I would call
the attention of Farmers to my
IRON HOOFING FOB BARNS
as it is a certain protection against lightning, and
rcahy the safest aud best of all arrai.ge
menta and la
MUCH CHEAPER THAN SHINGLES.
I am also prepared to contractor
SLATE ROOFS OF ALL SHADES AND SIZES
AND ON GOOD TERMd.
As I am noted as being one of the best Roofers,
and amply prepared to do work, I respectfully
solicit your orders.
Orders to be left at Esalg & Pontiua's Hardware
Store.
II. REEMSNYDER,
ffeblO'76-tf CANTON, 0.
DYEING, &C.
Conrad Peter,
French Steam Scourer
-AND-
Clothes Cleaner
Three Doors Weil of St. Cloud Entrance.
Coats, Cloaks, Shawls, Pants, Vnts, Drosses, and
all norm or garments cleaned upon snort notice,
ana made to iook as wen as new.
Woolen garments colored a beautiful black.
11 urm-lr nmmMlv rinnn At rnajmnahlo rnlM
tjiothes left on my hands will be forfeited at the
ena 01 wree montns. jaiuo vu-u
LIVERY.
UNION LIVERY
(Crevoisie's Lot, Fifth Street)
E. ERNST, - Proprietor.
TUTE HAVE THE FINEST "RIGS" IN THE
IT City, all belne new. and good horses. Con
vtyancet to let on reasonable terms, wlfh or with
out driver.
nor24-
FLOURING MILL.
Snow Flake Flouring
Mills For Sale..
Owing to the 111 health of the senior member of
nrm, we otter for sale our steam Flouring
Mills. The building; Is of brick with five Daira ol
burs, nnd all the machinery necessary for a first-
class mm. me property is conveniently located
near tne rauroaa aepot. in uie city oi canton
have a large home trade, and the reputatloi
mill for doing good work Is not excelled by
mill In this part ol the country. Parties wish
ing to go Into the milling ousiu. ss will find It to
Bieir advantage to can on or write to us. no oet
mill property can be found anywhere.
Z. M. DAVIS & CO.
Canton, 0., Jan. 27, 1876.
SEWING MACHINES.
General Sewing Machine Office!
MESSRS. MYERS & SMITH. '
Formerly of the American and Domestic Sewing
Maciiinea, nave opened an omce u
44 East Tuscarawas St
Canton, Ohio.
" for the sole of '
Sewing Machines!
Where will be found a full supply of
First-Class Machines in the Mariet
Second Hand Machines Bought
and bold.
R'Pairing Done on short notice and on
Reasonable Terms
JsjrAll kinds of Attachments and Need
les, Oil, &.C, kept on hand at all times.
nortS M KESS & SMITH.
t $ tj 3 $ ' $
TO THE WORKIN CLA8S.-We are now pre
pared to furulsn all classes ith constantemploy
meut at home, the whole of their time or for their
momenta. Business new, light and profita
able. ijrbons of either aex can easily earn from
cents to 15 per ev nlng, aud a proportional sum
devoting their whole ti ne to the business
nnd girls earn nearly aa much as men, That
who sm this notice may send their addrtsa,
test the business we make this unparalled of
fer: To such as are not well satisfied we will
one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing.
Fulljmrticulars. sample worth several dollars to
rommenoe work on. aud a copy of Home and
Fireside, one of the largest and best illustrated
publications, all sent free by mall. Reader, If you
permanent, profitable work, addxtas, ,Go,
fMktoN ft Co., Portland, Maioe'
of
" uvvio, 0.0.
i - .
LORD & TAYLOR
r EW YORK.
Our Fall Importations
Are now Complete In all Department", and
are vary low. uur noct 0'
. EM, Colore! and Fancy . Silks
la the La-geat and Best Assorted in the cltv. occu
Dying one whole section in each -tore, and having
Dueu purcuasea ana contracted tor prior to
recent advance, we are prepared to sell at
LAST SEASONS PRICES
OUR
Goods
Dr
DejL
'ess.
Embraces all the Novelties In Fall and Winter
Costume Cloths. Black and Colored Caaslmere
Merinos. All-H'ool and Mixed Plaid. Strides
Demasaee Styles, as well aa
Popular Dress Fabrics
In all the Newest Colorings and Jfaterlala, from
ten cents a yard upwards.
OUR IMPORTATION OF
INDIA SUA WIS
From the London Auction Sales Is verv lawn and
a'.tractive, and prices about half former years.
REAL INDIA, filled renters, atC5. 875, J85 and
STRIPED INDIA SUA WLS, new deslgna only
kp.au vr.ui a sail ir La. ai ill lo ;o.
CIIEDDA SHAWLS, choice new colors, f H and
upwar s,
ALfiO.
PARIS AND VIENNA BROCIIE, PAISLEY
FILLED, plain center and strines. and
BRITISH ami AMERI'AN WOOLEN SHAWLS
unrivalled lor beauty aud substantial value.
OUR LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SUIT
AMD
FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
Is now more thoroughly stocked and equipped
than ever heretofore, and we are Drenared to
oruers at once, ann to guarantee satisfaction.
kot Cloths. Camel's Hair. Alnaca. Comhinntlnn
uannsoineiy irimmeu suits in uasslmere. Baa
Suits, frc, In the most beautiful new effects,
prices to tempt tne most economical,
By following our directions for self-measure
mem, lanies nui or town can oe periectly, eco-
uuuuuauy ami mure satisiactoniy man Dy any
home maite work.
MOURNING COSTUMES & OUTFITS a Specially.
an, orders tilled on 12 hours' notice.
Milte and Children i COSTUMES AND SUITS
at very reasonab e prices.
OUR STOCK OF
Ladies' & Children's Underwear.
An Immense stock of beautiful and reliable goods
ui vei giem reuueuons.
ladles' Complete Outfits, at 8'0 aud upwards.
Ladles' Complete Outfits, at (3S and upwards.
tf-Kull Catalogues of this riKn&rtmenr. with
directions for self measurement, sent free on ap
plication to all parts of the country.
OUR 8T0CK OF
RICH FURS!
On hand and being manufactured, will be the
most beautiful In the city, and at most attractive
prices.
We also call particular attention to our large
stock of
linens and While Goods,
Lacti and imbrotderut,
Uphol tery Ooodt,
. Houtchold .Minittiiae,
Hosiery and Glove.
QenU Furnishing Ooodt,
Buys' Clothing and
Laditi Bool and Shoes.
The Domestic & HonsefceeninE Dent's
Are stocked with Goods from the large 8ummer
auction sales at prices below oostof manufacture.
Carpets at Grand Street Only,
And at Greatly Reduced Prices,
Velvet Carpets from 12 up:
Body Brussels, from 1.60 up.
Tapestries, from 81 00 up.
Three-Plys, from $l,12up.
Ingrains, best, 81 ; cheapest, 35.cents.
Oil Cloths, from 80 cents up.
-Headquarters tor ilugslum the best Floor
Covering in the world.
Samples of Goods sent free on application to all
parts of the Country.
Orders for Goods of every Description carefully
filled withont charge, and Goods packed aud for
warded to any destination. .
and -Twentieth streets,
Grand and Christie Streets, New Tori
Ootl2-8m
RAILROADS.
Chicago, Rock Island
AND
PACIFIC RAILROAD
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE FOR
Joliet, Morris, LsSalle. ftru, Henry.Lacon, Peoria,
ueueseo. monne, finca isiana, Davenport,
MuscatineWashington Iowa City,
Grluuell, Newton, Des Moines,
COUNCIL BLUFFS & OHAM
WITH0VT CHANGE OF CARS,
Where it loins with the rnlnrt Pnelfln Jtalluravfai.
.f euvci, nun oiiy, oucrameuio, can Francis
co, ana an point west on tne Pacific coast.
TRA INS LEA VE DA IL Y at F0LL0 WS
Omaha, Leavenworth and Atchison Ex.
Peru Accommodation (Bund, exj ' 6:00 p m
(ouuuaysexceaieai ln-no a m
vuiaua juAytvaa onturuuy excepteu;,.....io:uu p. m
Kansas Line.
The Cbicam. Rnnk Inland
vyupaii ijkyo now upeuea WQlt cjouuiweflira
uivwiuu iwiween
LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON
AND CHICAGO,
Connecting at Leavenworth with Kna Ponifin
ana Missouri raeino Railroads, and at Atchison
wun Atcnison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Central
Hrftnph Ilninn Pm i 1 . . anH . . n ..... A
aa ttanroaa, ior an points,
Kansat, Indian Ttrritoriet, Colorado and
New Mexico.
This Comnanv have built a full comnlement nf
ruiaee urawing-room ana Bleeping tars, wnicn
for external beautv and internal arranffempntji
for the comfort, convenience and luxury of pas
sengers, are unexcelled, If equaled, by any other
van iu tut, worm.
9.Through tickets for sale at all Central Rail
way otnees lu tne states and Canadaa.
UUUfl KIDDLE, Gen 'I Supt,
A. M. Smith, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Chicago, 111.
aprl3;i
To Contractors and Builders.
Sealed oronosals will be received at the office of
the of tbe Clerk of ti e Board of Educatiun of
Canion Towusblp. Stark County, Ohio until 12
o oiock at noon on tne Kday of Aovember, A. D.,
1876, for building a Hchool House on the school
grounas s.tuste In sub-district No. 1, of said Can
ton townshlD. according to the nlana and sneo.ifl.
cations on die In said office.
Each bid must contain tha name of nverr rwr.
son liitereted in the same, and be accompanied
by a sufflleut guaranty of torn disinterested
perron, that, If the bid is accepted, a contract will
be entered into and the Derformancu of It rm.rur.
ly secured. -
The bid for each kind of m-torlal called for by
the specifications mut be stated senaraielv. and
the price of each given, ami the price of labor
must aisvoe separately staiea
Noue but the lowest responsible bid will be ac
cepted, aud the Board may reject all bids.
jy oraer oi me ooara oi naucauon.
E. M. GR1ME3 Clerk.
October 23, 76-ftU'J
Executor's Notice.
Notice la hereby riven that the nndersirned has
been duly appointed ud qualified aa executor of
the last will and testament of Joseph Irwin, late
Mark county, Ohio, deceased.
4 u.ua ataAtuijt.Niitttufiit.,,.
October ,7-ffi
iioii.i,ii,wv3
1
$ 1 O dy ' home. Agents wanted. OutSt and
4f 4
terms free.
fRUE A CO., Augusta, Maine.
myfU-ly
?T in $9fi per day at home. Ramples worth
$0 10 44U ii )rC9. BUNION 4 CO., Port-
tana, uaine. myll-ly
SLL in toll a Week to Anenta. Bamolea FR E
4JJ IU $ P, 0. V1CKEBY, Augusta, Maine,
augm-iy
Administrator's Notice.
ui
and
and
nil
at
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has
been duly appointed an administrator nf the es
tate of John Culler' deceased, late of A'lmlhhillen
lownsnip, slant county, Ohio.
JOHN CULLER
Administrator,
October 9, 1876 3w
.... PITTSBURGH, Fi
The most oomnleta institution In Uu Rnitu
States for the thorough practical education of
young ana miciaie agea men.
students received at any time.
Address for Circulars containing full particulars,
J. G. HM1TH, A. M. Principal
Administrator's Sale of
Real
Estate.
In obedience to a decree ofPrnhatrvnri T win
sell at public sale oh the premises, in the town of
iiuinienem, now Navarre, stark county, Ohio, Lot
No. 63, together whh the appurtenances thereon,
know as the Bethlehem Tavern Stan.i. Term
One third cash, and the balance In two deferred
payments, with Interest. Sale to take place on
omuruay, vuiuuur zo, ioo, ai one o cioca p. m.
JOHN 1.0EW.
October S-8w .administrator.
MARBLE WORKS.
J. F. BAUHOF,
Canton Marble Works
EA8T TUSCARAWAS STREET,
Opposite American Hotel, Canton, 0.,
Dealers in
HffllSllOIll
OF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MKRDLE.
Got up In the most approved style of modern taste
Junel7'68tf R. 4 J. F. BAl'HOF,
E. C. PATTKR80N.
J. H. CONKKLL
CANTON CITY
MARBLE WORKS,
No. 80 West Tuscarawas street, opposite St. Cloud
iiotei, L.anion, unio.
Patterson & Conkell,
Manufacturers of
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES.
Mantels and Wash Stand Tops, In Italian and
American inrDie. Also iron ana Hlate Mantles.
Importers of Scotch Granite Monument, and deal
ers in Eastern Onlo. We can offer inducements
in Prices and quality, or material and workman
ship not to be equaled. Give us a call and save
money.
nov26'74-ly PATTERSON & CONKELL.
BANKS.
BANK
OF
Geo.D.Harter&Bro
In Stone Banking House, East Tusca awas Street.
UAH iw, OHIO.
English and German Spohen.
Bank open from 8 A. M. to HP. M. amd on Saturday
nvnmyt jrvm o; to r, M.
DEAL IN
Gold, Silver
AND
Government Bonds
American and Foreign "Drafts Bought
ana ioia.
Accotmts Solicited!
Merest Ailoweijn Time Deposits,
Passage Tickets to and from Europe
GEORGE D. HARTER & BRO.
ESTABLISHED 1854.
SAVINGS DEPOSIT
BANK
CANTONOHH).
ALLOWS" In ereston Time Deposlls.
fjy..Commerclal Paper and Prommlssory
LOA flS..MoneVon approved Personal Secu-
BUYS & fELLS--'Ar
NFfiOTlA TTCMnnicipal, County nnd
UL.IVl ItilAJ Goverument-'ecuritles
PFCFIVFS-. Accounts of Individuals
LL.jL,l r Juj on Favorable terms.
TP A VC frTOnera, Bantln
intf.UOrt.ijlJ - on Conservative
: Busi-Prlnci-
pies.
ISAAC HARTER & SONS.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
Canton, Ohio,
NO. i EAGLE BLOCK
ALL KINDS OF
Banking Business
Done on Reasonable Terms.
DIBEOTOES,
AULTMAV. LEWIS MII.r.FR.
JACOB MILLER, LEVI L. MILLER.
LEVI L. MILLER. Cashier
mrM'73
FARIiIERS' BAM,
CANTON, OHIO.
DIRECTORS:
John H. Brinnir, Pre B. Damnkvillrr, V. P.
JAHES OlUiiUWELu. BAHUBL 1ATL0K.
11. W. FlHISTONI. H. McDoWCLL
T. C. McBuwcll, Cashier.
HORSE SHOEING, ScC
REMEMBEK
he New Eagle Blaclsmith Shop on
JTitrtiSf. between Poplar and Plum,
A good and reliable place for any part of the trade
ranicu.ar attention paid to
HORSE SHOEING,
and all kinds of
DISEASED FEET
M All aorta of renalrlni dona and new work
made to order. Prices and work warranted to
five satisfaction. OlvemeacalL
Jau27 '76-lf J. BKRQ.
arter 4 is
We
J.
1876,
i oivveb, Tlx WARE? &c,
THE STANDARD PORTABLE GRATE !
BEAUTIFUL!
HEALTHFUL!
POWERFUL!
ECONOMICAL J
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Heating and Cooking Stoves
IN THE CITY AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Roofing and Spouting Done to Order.
Giiod
work and prompt delivery are my
specialties.
JOHN KOONS.
JEWELRY.
The Old and Reliable
JEV
-OF-
DEUBLE & BRO.
East Side Public Square,
CANTON, OHIO. .
Continue in the old and well known place, and
aie supplied with the largest, freshest richest and
finest stock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
To be found in this section. Their assortment
consist In part of Hold and Hllver Waiches, Dia
mond Rings, Gold Pens, Silver and Plated Ware,
4o. Also we are sole agents for the celebrated
Chandler's Lancashire Lens Spectacles
The easiest and most natural artificial help for the
r.ye. iiiso
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Of the best make and latest stylea, such as Pianos
raeioaeons, violins, lines, miles.
Accordeons. Ac. Ac.
We also have, a usual, an extensive stiirk nf Ana
Cutlery, Portmonals. Fine China Ware, and Toys
of every variety. We are enabled to sell cheaper
than other, aa we buy for CASH and pay no high
reuui.
CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRED.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
GIVE US A CALL
Nov. 6, '73. DEUBLE A BRO,
WASHING MACHINE.
THE GREAT
IIKICIN 111
Mrs. J. B. WILSON
Takes pleasure In informing the public that she
nan commence! lat manuiacture of tne above
USTLY CELEBRATED WASHING MACHINE
It is an article InilisnensahlA In avpi-v hnnun
hold from the fact that It does iu wnrlr ,vru rtrnn
It do 8 not In I lire the earments. and dnas not lair
uuwms.
IT SAVES TIME, LABOR AND SOAP,
And I can broadly claim that It saves tlin health
oi any person operating tnls Wasner.
It requires hut a few trials to give the greatest
euwql(CI!tf71.
CHILD TWELVE YEARS OLD CAN OPER.
ATE IT EASILY.
This Washer does wash eauallv well laces, laco
vurianix, musuns. oiauKets, ued quilts, etc.
11 operates on the same principle as a woman
washing a very solid part of a garment between
tbe hands ana keeping It in water as much as
possiuie.
mm
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
duly executed will be sent with every Washer If
required, which binds me to refund the money, if
alter a trial or two months it lalla In alve, i.llm
auomiHluu,
COUNTY AND STATE RIGHTS.
I have Countv and Rtato rfphrj, In all nartB nf
me union for sa a. l'artleii w Hhltiff tn pmhArlr In
business could not And a safer or surer one than
to ten tne "Great American washer."
For orders and other information address
MRU. J, B, WILSON. Canton, 0,
WELDON & KELLY,
147 Wood SI, Plttsftmrefe, Pa.
Manufacturers of
Cast Iron, Wrought Iron and Steel
Warm Air Furnaces,
For heating public and private buildings. We
make them either as Portable or for brick setting.
' ; Also, manufacturers of
FAMILY & HOTEL COOKING RANGES
BEND FOR CIRCULAR.
$999
Can't be made by every agent In
the business we furnish, but those
willing to work can easily earn a
dozen dollars a day right in their
own localities. Have no room In
explain here. Business pleasant and honorable.
Women, and bovs and atria do aa well aa men.
will furnish you a complete outfit free. The
Dusln sa cava better than anvtnlnir el-e. We will
bear expenses of starting you. Particulars free.
Write and see. farmers and mechanics, their
sons and daughters, and all classes In need of
ftaying work at nome, a nouia write to us and
eam all about the work at once. Now is the time.
Don't delay. Address, Trui & Co., Augusta.
Maine. octl9'76.
is
on
of
Attachment Notice.
Correll & Son, plaintiffs,) Before E. M' Grimes, J
vs. V P.. Canton Townithln
J. Simon, defendant.) .Stark County, Ohio.
On the 26th dav ol October. A. D.. 1878. said
uktlce kstiedan order of attachment in the above
action ror the sum of roriy-fonr and 83 100 dol
lars, Said cause is continued till December 16th.
at one o'clock, p. m.
Novembers, 1878 dw
lie
but
we
Administratrix's Notice.
The undersigned hai been duly appointed and
qualified aa Administratrix of the eataU of Wil
liam Noble, daeeaaed. late ot Jackson townshlD.
Slark county, Ohio. JfAQOIE E. NOBLE.
vcv II, 1B7B aw Aaminutratnx.
the
THE MURDEROUS MOLLIES.
Tardy Reckoning for a Half
Tardy Reckoning for a Half Forgotten Crime.
The Murder of Superintendent Alex
Rea-Leading Molly Maguires Arrested—
Latest Developments
—A Man Stoned to Death.
Pottsville, Nov. 9 It is now a little
more than eight years since Alexander
Rea, General Superintendent for the
Locust Mountain Coal and Iron Com
pany, was murdered in the eatly mor
ning near Centralia, Columbia county.
Pennsylvania. The crime created great
excitement throughout tht coal region, as
Mr. Rea was a man beloved and respect
ed by all. His body was found a the
woods near the road by some passing
miners, near it his horse, tied to a tree,
He had been robbed of his gold watch
and otner valuables. Tom Donahoe.
just sentenced to two years imprisonnv-nt
for his share in the assault uoon Wm,
M. Thomas, and the notorious Pat Hes
ter, the chief of Mollies of Northumber
land county, were arrested ior the crime.
Tom Donahoe was tried in Columbia
county but the Molly Maguires swore for
him, and a cowardly jury acquitted him,
whereupon their attorney asked the
Court to enter a nol. pros, in the case of
Hester, which was done The seqtiol will
show that Hester, would have done bet
ter to stand his trial, with the certainty
of acquittal; for now, more than eight
years after the crime, he is fairly on the
road to the gallows.
Yesterday Hester, Michael Graham.
and Patrick McHugh, three leading Mol
ly Maguires, were lodged in' jail here
charged with the Rea murder. The tes
timony against them is very strong, hav
ing been givenby one who participated
in the crime, but whose name is kept a
secret for the present, as the-e are several
others of the gang who are yet to arrest
ed. It seems that the plan to rob Rea
was concocted in a saloon in Ashland on
the night before the murder. Hester at
the time had laid a scheme to rob and
murder Major!. Claude White, as he
was on the road to his colliery with the
money to pay the employees; but he
postponed that to take part in the Rea
affair. Hester actedas chief of the gang
They were posted in the woods near the
road between Centralia and Bell's tunnel
and when Rea have in sight Hester gave
the signal by throwing up his hat, where
upon the entire gang approached Rea
and demanded his money and valuables,
which he at once gave up. He no doubt
knew some of them, and dead men tell
no tales; they determined to kill him,
and all fired their revolvers. He ran into
the woods, when one of the gang followed
him and fired the fatal shot. The booty
was men divided, and tne witness re
ceived the gold watch, which he after
ward sold for $30. It was the first case
in which the Molly Maguires added rob
bery to murder. Graham and McHugh
are neid as accesories.
After the murder Hester said to his
gang that it was a pity they had killed
Kea instead ol going for a man with
more money. But it was not long after
that Major White was attacked as he was
going from Pottsville to Swatara with a
large amount of money to pay the col
liery hands. He had, however, taken
the precaution to take a guard with him,
and a tight ensued in which it was be
Iieved that policeman Clauser shot of
the gang. Clauser was himself murdered
at Hazleton a little more than a year ago
quite likely for the part he took in de
fending Major White on this occasion.
The defence in this case endeavored
to obtain Hester's discharge on the
ground that he had been previously tried,
but he was committed without bail. Many
more arrests will follow soon, and more
startHng developments may be looked
for. Next week the trials of the mur
derers of F. W. Langdon will begin here,
This crime was committed a number of
years ago. Jack Kehoe will also be tried
for the murder of Gomer James. Thus
the courts of the four counties, Schuylkill.
Carbon, Luzerne, and Columbia, are
likely to be busy for some time to come
with the Molly Maguire murders, and the
present number of death sentences, ten
in all, is likely to be more than doubled
are three months pass over.
And yet a portion of the gang appear
to be still determined upon the perpetra
tion of crime. Only last week an inof
fensive German miner named John
Boshee was killed at Locust Dale by
three ruffians, James Laughlin, a shool
teacher, and John Lennon and Michael
Colgan, miners. Laughlin had a grudge
against 1 nomas tianney. They waylaid
him, but finding that he was guarded by
his brother Kobert, Boshee, rogleson
and Keaton, they fell upon Boshee and
beat him to death with stones. They
were arrested and lodged in jail here to
await trial. Last month the new arrivals
at the jail numbered 30, and this month
promises to equal it.
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THE GREAT SHOW.
The and the Ancient Ruins Arizona
—The Canon of the Colorado—Mr.
Washington.
The United States geographical and
geological survey, of which Mr. Hayden
chief, introduces ns to another Indian
tribe who are dwellers in houses in this
case of stone the Moqui tribe of North
ern Arizona, and to the ancient ruins of
what is supposed to have been the work
their ancestors. In the end of the
government building, set as windows in
its walls, we are presented with views of
the grand and beautiful scenery npon the
Colorado river of the West, and also with
pictures of the ancient villages of Ari
zona, among them being houses in Wol
pi, the house of the governor of Tewa,
and the entrance to the Shi-pau-i-luv-vr.
Upon the wall hangs a large picture up
canvas of a scene in an underground
chamber of this last named ancient vil
lage of villainous name. It is called
"The Prayer for Rain," aud depicts seven
the male and female inhabitants en
gaged in incantations over a fire. The
chief performer is on his knees vigor
ously blowing upon a little box contain
the embers, and by him stands a mai
beating a flat plate upon the ground
ears of maize, white, green and red in
color, and upon tbe top of each of two
forked sticks stands a bird. They need
ed to pray for rain in that ariu country,
got it so seldom that they must have
been discouraged. The Moqui maidens,
see by this and other pictures, ar
range their hair in side puffu of tbe shape
a wagon wheel and a trifle less in size.
Num-pay-yu, a moqui maiden of Te
qua, Arizona, and the bell of tbe tribe, is
thus portrayed in her picture that adorns
wall ; it is the sign that she is nn-
of
use
own
him
ter.
married j when married she will letdown
her hair. These Moqul dames and datn
els seem to do the hard work. An inte
rior scene shows us a row of them on
their knees behind some primitive corn
strinding apparatus that causes them to
look as though they were scrubbing
clothes on a washboard : antl In a corner
seta the head of the family on his haunch
es lurily smoking his pipe,
The pottery from the ancient ruins of
these towns, and the ruins themselves,
are very interesting to those who have
tiny taste at all for archaeological studies.
Here is the model of a part of an ancient
cave ruin found on the Rio de Chelly.
Arizona, and asiJe of it is another model
of the villuge or series of houses restored
to thf ir original condition, as it is conjec
tured to have been. The houses occupy
a long ca. e-like crevice in the Bide of (a
bluff, which has been, to a large extent,
dug out to contain them. They are con
nected together and run a distance of
600 feet, being fifty feet above tl e valley,
and the bluffs rise two hundred feet
abovt them. The central feature is a
three-story tower, of the ruins of which,
or of one similar to it. a mnrinl lunm.
seuted to us. Its diameter is forty feet,
and it is built of roughly dressed stone,
Ltid in mortar. The center is a circular
chamber, surrounded on the outside with
lourteen small rooms all around the cir
cumference of the tower. The central
room baa its floor depressed towards tha
centre, and is supposed to have been the
council house estufa, it is called, or
sweat house ; a very appropriate Dame
indeed for a council chamber ; and par
ticular applicable to our national con
gressional hulls. There is another style
of houses much more singular than these
cave houses, called cliff houses. They
are built of masonry, in crevices in the
sides of j reeipitous cliffs of rocks, and
the wonder is how the material was ever
got up there, and how the people came
up and down to them. It seems clear
that they could not have been intended
for ordinary dwellings, and it is conjec
tured that they were houses of refuge in
time of war particularly for the women
nnd children, There were probably lad
ders to them, which have decayed away.
or steps cut in the rock which time has
eroded and broken down. We are shown
a house in the side of the cliff iu Mancos
canon, that is 800 feet above tbe valley,
aud above it the cliff rises perpendicular
ly for many hundred .eet. The rock pro
jects over the house, so that, it needs no
root, it is of two stories, each story six
feet in height, the floors, of course, hav
ing decayed away. At the side of the
house an esplanade or yard lias been
cleared away, which in extent is 20 by
10 feet, and furnishes the only prome
nade place which'the oceupanuj had.
TILDEN WILL TAKE HIS SEAT.
We assure our Democratic friends and
the lovers of peace and order that they
may possess their- souls in patience. We
cannot be cheated out of the presidency.
IfMr. Tilden is fairly elected, he will
take his seat constitutionally and peace
fully. He will notb: fraudulently coun-
tedout. Heconnotbe. The muttering
on the streets and in the public gatherings
in all the land are ominously indicative
of the purpose of the American people to
maintain fair play. They can endure
the election of a Republican president or
of a Democratic president, but they will
not endure the election of a Republican
or a Democratic president by a palpably
fraudulent count at the point of the bayo
net. This Is the end of the republic, and
there is a popular determination that the
republic shall stand. Four years of blood
settled that question.
But there is no cause for present alarm.
It is i ot yet certain that a fraudulent Re
publican return will be made. As we
probably have the three Southern states
in dispute, the sweeping outrage of coun
ting . hem all out will scarcely be attempt
ed. If it should be that is not the end.
The electoral votes must be counted in
Washington on the second Wednesday
in February. There are several Consti
tutional methods of defeating fraud:
I. The House will insist that the
Twenty second Joint Rule is in force.
and then the objection of the House will
be sufficient to reject the vote of any
state.
2. It will be insisted that the Senate
and the House, sitting as a Joint Con
vention, must count the vote, and that
Joint Convention would not count an
unlawful vote from any state.
3. The constitution commands that
the votes shall be counted "in the pre
sence of the Senate and the House of
Representatives." The House can re
ject a fraudulent vote by refusing to lend
tne sanction ot its "presence to its
counting.
4. By either of these methods, which
are lawful, the fraudlent electoral vote of
any state can be excluded from the count.
and then the House, having declared that
thtrs has been no election of a president
by the Electoral College, will proceed, ia
compliance with the constitution, to elect
president. Cincinnati Enquirer.
The great Russian Fair which has re
cently closed at Nizhnee-Novgorod is
said to have been less successful than
usual, owing to the Turco-Servian war
and the consequent unsettled' condition
of the Danubian principalities, and the
general dullness of trade throughout the
civilized globe. Ordinarily, the fair
much the largest in the world is atten
ded by from 300,000 to 400,000 strangers,
and the sales amount to over 135,000,000
rubles (about $100,000,000). This year
the visitors have not exceeded 250,000,
the receipts have fallen below 90
000,000 rubles. A ereater variety of na
tionalities is to be found at Novgorod
than at any gathering of modern times.
There are Americans, Englishmen, Ger
mans, French, Italians, Spaniards, Dutch
Danes, Norwegians, Greeks, Armenians,
Poles, Hebrews, Persians, Bohemians,
Chinese, Tarters, Bashkirs, Turkomans,
Circassians, Kalmucks, and Khirgises.
the vast miscellaneous crowd the only
way to enumerate visitors is by the sale
bread in the city, of which the bakers
are obliged by law to make exact returns
The principal articles are tea, Siberian
irdn, and Persian silk; but, besides these,
there is a little of everything, from a
great bell to a charm against demons, of
wnicn tne superstitious peasants are in
mortal dread. The fair lasts from Auk-
gust 12th to September 3d, according to
our calendar (the old style still being In
in Russia,) and is one of the most in
teresting commercial gatherings in tbe
world. In these days of telegraphs and
railways, however, it cannot continue
much longer, and it has already lost i!n
prestige. .
A close fisted man invited a friend to
dinner, and provided only two mutton
chops. Upon removing the cover he
said, "My friend, we have a Lenten en
tertainment, you see your dinner before
you." Taking the two chops upon his
plate, his friend replied, "Yes, but
where is your dinner. 4
K jester in the Court of Francis I. com
plained that a great Lord threatened to
murder him if he did not cease jesting
about him. "If he does so," said the
King, "I will hang him in five minutes
after." "I wish your Majesty would hang
five minutes before," replied the jet

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