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EDITORIAL CULLINGS. The Akron nriuters celebrated Frank "lin'e birthday in grand style last week East Liverpool has sent 1,500 signa turee, men, women and children, to the Legislature, praying for Local uptiop - Conductor J. H. Scott, of the P. Ft. W, & C. R'y died at Creatline, Monday, from congestion of the lungs. He was sixty years of age. Even Republican editors begin to think tbat just as like as not, the present Mt Union gorilla Legislature may cause the next General Assembly to be Demo cratic A Constitutional amendment is before Congress to elect U. S. Senators by the people of the respective state?. It ia a judicious proposition, and should rece've approval. At any rate let Congress sub Esit it to tne states, Michigan people complain of "patent outside" newspapers, aud want the nui fiance abated. Among the plans bukk6b ted is a legislative enactment similar to those of Arkansas and California. Drovi ding that no "patent outside" newspaper can pubiisn legal advertisements, Snow storms have been in order of late, two inches at New Oorleana, five inches of a fall at Mobile, thirty inches at Deadwood, and in fact east and west it has been snow and in some places baaiy armed. Fifty-nine indictments for the viola tion of the liquor laws. have just been Jound by the C lumbiana County Grand nrv. Joseph U. Crawford, a Penney! vanian, With American assistants, has just achiev ed a signal triumph in the building of a railroad in Japan, On Tuesday John Sherman wan before the Senate Committee on Finance and gave his views on the Wood refunding bill. He took the position that it should ke amended so as to make the funding bonds redeemable after five years and payable in twenty yean from date of is sue, and to bear interest at a rate not exceeding 3J per cent., the rate to be fix ed in the discretion of tne Secretary of Treasury. He exorepsed the ODin ion that the treasury fundinc certificates proposed by the bill, which he thoueht should be described as "treasury notes," can be floated at 3 pur cent, interest with oat change in the House provision for their redemption at any time after one year from their respective dates of issue. Senator Maxey was re-elected .by the lexas Legislature on Tuesday. Five hundred men are reported to be mt work on the railroad which is to run from Laredo, Texas, to the City of Mex ico. Our Legislature passed a bill forbidding pools to be sold, and now a bill is up to amend so it will only apply to certain kinds of pools. Certain gambling pools ii seems are io De allowed. Mrs. Alio, who died at Tylersburg, Pa., recently, was 106 years old. Her husband, one of Napoleon's veterans, came to this country manyyears ago and eettled on a little farm near Tvlersburgh. He was 103 years old at the time of his death, hve years ago. Mrs. Alio's only illness was that which, by a few hours, preceded nerdeatb, Our Legislature wouldjliketo do some thing to block telegraph consolidation and monopoly, but find an act they passed las; winter in tne way known as the Holloway act. The Ohio Editors have been having a fine ti ue at Baltimore and Washington, They have been sumptuously received and entertained by officials and promi nent citizens. They have been sbown around to all the public institutions and oi course nave seen interesting sights. The New Lisbon Buckeye State, a pa per smaller than the Democrat, con eludes that $1 50 per annum is too small a price, and has given notice of a raise to two dollars. Gen. Van Wyck, elected U. 8. Senator from Nebraska, was a member of Con gress from New York for eightyears; but in 1874 migrated to Nebraska, and with great wealth and a remarkably smart wife, has just succeeded in making the oouaiorauip. An impression ia gaining ground in Washington, according to a correspond ent, tbat the hostility against the Mor mons is stimulated by a number of gen tlemen in Utah, who are aware of the Valuable mineral deposits in districts owned by the Mormons, and are seeking to drive them off, thus forcing their property on the market that it may be oougot at i earn nee. The Rep. is dodging on Local Option, and the Cincinnati Commercial calls the petitioners "fanatics." Two years ago these journals abused the Democratic Legislature for not passing Local Option. No you see them, and now you don't, Sometimes they will, and sometimes they wool. Clan Ran t momV,. . n, Gen. Bsn Lefevre, member of Con- gresB, pquarea accounts w:tn irego, OI I the Sidney, 0., Journal, last week. Pres ident Hayes had nominated Trego as Postmaster at Sidney. Ueo. Lefevre se cured the defeat of his confirmation. He did this because Trego had made a per sonal warfare against him in the late campaign. The etone column erected in Central Park, New York, laBt 8aturday, was first rected 8,500 years ago by order of Thotlmes III. at the entrance of the tem ple of the sun, at Uelipolis, in Ejypt. The Legislatures of Pennsylvania and Tennessee are still balloting awoy, each lor a u. a, senator. Tbe "mighty dollai" men are the fel lows elected to tbe U. S. Senate these days, as a general thing. "Dimes and dollan, dollars and dimes, An empty pocket's the worst of crime.'' On Tuesday, in the Senate at Wash ington, Logan called on his bill to Pen sion Grant. Lamar favored it, but it was joat, zo to Z8. Oacar Rice, some years ago internal revenue collector for the Louisiana dis trict, was arrested ou Tuesday, at Bos ton, on the charge of embezzling $13 000. At Tiffin, Tuesday, Wm. Cummings, fireman, was killed by one freight train running into anotner. At the Ohio Editorial reception at Washington, the hall was crowded and the platform occupied by Ohio Senators members of Congress and distinguished Ohioans. Miss Lillie Darat of Circle vllle, occupied a seat in the centre of tbe group on the platform, aad made a brief but happy atl drees on Ohio women. I at the Ice la iest the free Tbls best in this chase Jfctm- Judge 8hel'abrger delivered witty speech of welcome, Which was respond ed to by Mr. Mack, President ot the As sociation. Senator Tburman followed, end after him five minute addreaeea wore made by Judge Lawrence, Senator Pen dleton, Mr. Washburn of Elyria, oldest editor of the Association, Irving of Chil licothe, Sec'y Sherman, Ge". Snerman, Gov. Foster, and 8. 8. Cox of New York. M r. and Mrs. Hayes arrived ai 10 o ciofi. At Youngatown the Republicans are so ravenous for office, they cl'mor for the beheadiDg of the poorhouse super intendent, who ia a Democrat. Wm. Miller, a young man cutting rail road ties near Warren, 0., was killed by a limb falling on him from a tree. Tbb one hundred and twenty-second anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, Scotland's great poet and song writer, was celebrated at Dennison, Ohio, A. McGregor was invited but could not attend. The Burns clubs at Cleveland Cincinnati and other cities aho honored the occasion. Burns wrote his own epi taph, and in it, says : The poor Inhabitant below, Wai quick to learn and wise to know, And keenly felt the friendly glow, And softer flame; But thoughtless follies laid him low, And stained his namtl Reader, attend, whether thy soul Boars fanoy's flight beyond the pole, Or darkling grubs this earthly hole In low pursuit, Enow, prndent, cautious self-control Is wisdom's root. BIG CUT IN EMIGRANT RATES. ticket beyond Plttsbnrg-where lccal rates end the and then take them to outside offices, where they New York, Jan, 21. The cutting of rates, begun by tba Pennsylvania Railroad Company several week) ago, In order to control the Immigrant pes senger trafflo through Castle Garden.has assumed a new feature, The first reduction made "as 20 per cent. Subsequently a reduction of 85 per cent, was made, and to day the ticket agents or brokers" In Castle Garden were suthorlzed to sell tickets over the Pennsylvania road to com petlng points at 4') per cent, below the schedule rates for third-class passenger! who buy their tickets at Cattle Garden, This reduction does not apply to the outside offices, but It Is Bald tbat other people than lmml grants are getting the bjnt fit. It Is asserted that "scalpers" visit Castl-s Garden upon the arrival of immigrants and employ thtm to purchase ell them at ralei below the schedule and make ,llr profit. ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER. OTHER. Mr. Blaine and General Garfield are old com rades. When Mr. Blaine reappointed the Credit Hobilier Congressman to be Chairman of the principal committee of the House. Gen. Garfield regarded that act of the Bpeaker, who was him self more than suspected, as a "vindication," and with a profound sense of relief, exclaimed: "Thank God, we are saved I" It would be interesting to know what was Mr, Blaine's exclamation when he received General Garfield's offer of the State Department, and with It notloe tbat the treaty of Mentor was Intended to cheat the Imperialists, and not blm. It may be Uken for granted that so long as Blaine and Garfield get aloDg In this comfortable fashion, things will be made rather uncomforta ble for Messrs. Grant, Cameron, Conkllng and Logan. A. Y. fan. A FALLING TREE KILLS TWO MEN Cyrus D. Robinson and Daniel McCadley, of Connelsville, Pa., two well known farmers living about three miles from this place, were struck by a falling tree last week and instantly killed. A workman named Thos. McKentte, who we a standing near by.waa also struck aud dangerous ly lulured. The roots of the tree had been loos- ened by bleating on Saturday, and it fell without warniug. MURDEROUS INSANE MAN. Cairo, III., Jan. 22. The officers of the steamer Paris C. Brown report tbat an Insane man ou the steamer Annie P. Silver, while in the vicinity of new maun, snoi ana Kiuea Dan tsiaie. stcuna v;iers oi me stiver, mooting mm in tne neaa. MARKETS. New York, January 25.-Flour Receipts 20,600 bbls; exports 12000 bbls. Superfine state and western at 83.25 to 13.80; common to good extra at 84.20 to 4.58. good to choice at 14 .79 to (6 76, rx tra white wheat at 85 to $6, extra Ohio at It 20 to 16 75, St. Louis at 14.25 to 6 75, Minnesota patent at 16 50 to 18 50. Wneat Firm. Receipts 48,000 bush, exports 77.000 busb.. Bales of rejected spring at 97 to 98 b, upgraded do 11.01 to 11.05, No. 8 at 11.08$ to 11.09, Ko. 2 spring at 11.13. Corn Receipts 40,000 bush, exports 28.000 bush, Sales of ungraded at W, to 66c, No. 8 at 53 63541. Oats Heavy. Receipts 31.000 bush. Sales of mixed western at 42 to 43o, white western at 43 to 47o. Chicago, Jan, 2).-Flour nominally unchanged Wheit active, firm and higher, Na. 2 red winter 96J4 to 98); No. 2 Coiuago spring 98$ ) cash; 98o ireortury; to 99, i Miroh; II Hay. May; No 8J to 86u; rejected 67 to 70c. ruuaaeipnia, Jdu. nour dull and uu changed. Rye fi )Ur 14 75 to 85.00. Wheat quiet: ungraded red on track 81.12; No. 2 red In eleva tor 11.1 N.i. 2 red Jiuuary 81.15 bid, 1116 asaea; f cDruary l 16 bid, VI 10 asked; Marco St.lSJi bid, IU8$ askeJ; April 81.1914 bid, 11.19 anted MARKETS. Local News. Mr. J. Shivers of Plain township, dropped In our office recently and paid subscription to bis old friend, the Dbmocbit Tli 6 Fire Department committee of he City Counoll negotlltlng for the parchM9 of , flr; alarm. It Is much reeded in Canton. Sitting Ball is superceded In front of Volk man's tobacco store by Standing Bull, who la a fresh dress of war paint takes a commanding view from his new nedeatal. On Tiki "-Charles Ztrhnt arrived ia Canton about half past fonr last Thursday with his team of mules, having walked them from PUIS' burg to Canton in 34U hours, having two and a half boars to spare. Dannemlller A Sons, Hherrick & Miller, Bate Works, Canton Water Wcrks office and tbe Wheel Honse bave Joined the telephonic exchangemak. Ing fifty -elgti subscribers In Canton. Dr.Boyer makes twenty-four In Maulllon. Thomas Pattersn , engineer at the Grove Mine near Masslllon, desires It stated tbat at the time James Delghton was killed by the falling of os go, the cable was not slack but the reverie was the case. Tbe cage was ascending, when the obstructions broke the chain fastenings. tn to MARKETS. Local News. MATILDA SCOTT PAINE CO. Don't fall to see this splendid company to-n'g'it "The Widows Bewitched," and Offenbach's celebrated "Forty Winks." Uoal prices of admission. D. M. Firry St Co. of Djtroit Mien, the heav Seed Dealers la the country, have Just Issued their Seed Annual for 188!, which Is well worth tronble of sending for, and will be supplied of expense to all who apply to them for It. house makes a specialty of supplying tbe and purest seeds of all the most useful and valuable varieties, and does an Immense business consequence. All lovers of choioe fbwem, aa gardeners.would do wel I to obtain their seeds from long established and reliable house, and save themselves disappointment and loss from tbe pur of poor seeds elsewhere. the ft-oro , Price FROM APPRECIATIVE FRIENDS. Dublin, Franklin Co., Ohio, Jan. 10, 1881. Editor .Democrat-Please find enclosed two dol lars for whloh please give credit on your books, and oblige HENRY KARRER. Conyngham, Luierne Co., Pa, Jan. S, 1881. Editor Pemocrot-Enblosed please find one dol lar for my subscription to your paper. " Yours truly, A. HETHER. South Bend, Ind., January 18, 1881. A. McQregor-Dtar Sir: Enclosed flud post office money order (or $1 60 for the Democrat. As I wm raised and lived la your county till the spring of 1852, and was a reader of your paper while I lived there, and was arqualnted with a majority of the people In the county, therefore, I think the paper will give me much satisfaction, although many have passed away. Respectfully yours. JOHN K. DICE. We well remember Esquire Dloe who lived on bis farm Bear Robertsville. He la one of I be men who remains faithful to the oause of Democ racy-the cause of Tiuth, Justice and the Consti tution. Navarre, Ohio, January 22, 1881. A. McGregor Enclosed please find five dollars for the Democrat. I just noticed tbat my time Is about out, and do not want to pay less at a time than the above. Hoplr g you may bave a pros I truly yours, THOMAS W. CHAPMAN. - Mr. Chapman Is one of the generous as well as one of our appreciative friends. His five dollars will not commence to apply until April next Mr. Chapman was elected to the Senate of Ohio in 1857 from the Carroll-Stark dlstrlot, defeating the late Frank J Meyer of our town, who was the Enow Nothing Republican candidate. Mr. C. has lorg been noted as one of the solid farmers ot Stark county. North Lawrenoe, Stark Co , 0., Jan. 8, 1881. Editor Democrat-Please flad enclosed , two dol lars for which please send the Democrat to my address at Masslllon, and oblige, JOHN CORKER. JOHN CORKER. SHOT IN THE CHIN. A Boy Accidentally Shoots His Companion. Tuesday afternoon about four o'clock Oils Llch ten waller a 16 year old son of Mrs, Mary Licbten walter accidentally shot and badly Injured Iran- hoj HuntlDgton, son of Mr. Alf. Huntington, a companion of about his own age. Young Llch tenwalter was employed la the shooting gsllery In the Opera Hous and both of tbem were in the gallery at tbat time. Some person bad been shooting and while Llcbtenwalter was painting over the marks on the target, the stranger loaaeo the rifle with which he had beeu shooting and contrary to the rules let It lay and .departed. In the meantime Llchtenwalter had returned from the lower end of tbe room and while the two were toying with tbe gun, Llchtenwalter said I'm going to shoot you" and holding tbe rifle within a short d'sance of Huntington's face, pulled the trigger and much to his own horror and surprise did shoot him. The ball struck tbe chin bone, Ifrsolurlng the same and glancing downward lodged In the neighborhood of the larynx. Dr. Brant removed five pieces of bone from tbe wound, one about an inch long, but hss been unable as yet to find the bullet. Ivanhoe Is anable to speak owing to the swollen condition of his throat, but otherwise is doing very well Ods la deeply grieved over the sad result of their sport The bullet Is a number 22 short cartridge CATTLE RAISING IN COLORADO. We are often i sked by Ees em partlea If stock on tbe plains of Colorado pays; and we can au swer the question best by very brltfly referring them and our readers to tbe expeilence, for the past seven years, of L. H. Cole, of Denver. In the spring of '71, Mr. Cole and bis brother engaged in the cattle business In Weld Coanty. They had but little money, some credit, and about eight hundred head of cattle of all kinds. After the partnership bad existed a short time, they dis solved It, one devoting bis time to farming, and Mr. L. H.Cole giving his exclusive attention to his cattle. The sreond season after this, be went Into partnershld with Mr. A. J. Williams, who la now President of the Exchango Bank of Denver and they purchased about 2,000 more -cattle' These gentlemen continued the business In com pany for a couple of yeara. when Mr. Oele bought the entire herd; after that time he carried on the business until the first ol October last, when be sold b's entire herd of cattle to John Hilson for 1100.000 cash. This brief recital of fact needs but few explanations to show how very profitable this business has been under tbe management of Mr, Cole; but we can add further to this statement by saying be bad not, when he commenced the bust- nets. 2 000. In addition to the herd of cattle, be had a fin6 baud of boises of over two hundred head; with one of the next stallions la the State; be bad pur cbastd for oe In his herd one hundred and twen ty-five BbortLorn bulls, of which sixty were thoroughbred; and he also owned -several houses and lots lu Denver, together with numerous rancher in various paita of Colorado. At tbe time of his sale to Mr. Httson, be did not owe a dollar of debt that he bad not the money to pay GRAND JURY REPORT. About 10-.30 o'clock Wednesday morning the Grand Jury, which baa beea Id session since Monday, Jan uary 17th, closed. They found the following bills: Joseph Kline, murder In tbe first degree; lroffnor Morley or Hudson, Ohio, was here on Monday lait and testified before thetirand Jury, As It Is known that be found arsenic in Simon Kline's stomach, his testimony to tbat effect In conjunction with thedam- at(1iig evidence of tliejuf Ighbora was the cause of the IndictmeutlnUie first degree. Joe Kline Is resting comfortable and cheery In the Jail and says, Mgar I Ing Uie Indlameul Just what he did about the Coron er's verdict, that It Is a one-elded affair and ia lust what he expoct-d, but on trial he has no doubt of his ability to prove his Innocence. Kline will be tried at the present term of court. William Brltts, petit larceny; Jarome Wilson, petit larceny; John Thompson, grand larceny; Charles Dilwer, highway robbery. Two bills lor selling liquor to minors were found, but owing to the non-arrest of the parties their names are withheld for tbe present The following Is tbe report of h county Jail: To the Honorable the Judge at-tbeCourtof Common Pleas within aad for the County of Stark and State of Ohio : Pursuant to the Instructions a! this Court the Orand Jury for this the January Term, A. D., 1881, report tbat they have visited and examined Into Uiecondl tlon and manner of keeping ot said county Jail, and made Inquiry as to tbe treatment and keeping of ihe prisoners therein conflnedand -made diligent iaquiry also to ascertain whether tbe rules heretofore pre scribed by tbls Court bave been observed, and in re gard thereto they aay tbat they found said J ail clean ly and properly kept, tbe prisoners kept nnder pro per discipline and tbe rale serened to faithfully ob served, JOHN SHIMP. Foreman. Canton, Ohio, January 25th, 1881. Corneal Km-kt Tbe case of Wllllan Cor neal, charged wltb bastardy by Callle Keurt, was tiled In tbe Common Pleas Court Wednesday afternoon, Home evidence was given by several witnesses but none of any coi sequence. Callie was put upon the stand and said Corneal was the fatbor of ber child. She waa then subected to a series of questions to judge as to her sanenear. She could not spell her own name, did not know how old she waa, thought there were four months a year, could spell simple words like cat, dog, 4o, but mhssd house, and similar words, could count from one lo twelve but no farther. Ihe Court adjudged her Incapable of testifying owing her Imbecility and as there waa no other evl- dense of any consequence to appear, the case wai dismissed at plaintiff's costa. Mammon, O , January 25 The thieves arrested In MansHeld and brought here last Friday, charged with stealing John Stoolmlller's gold watch and chain and t2S In money at the Park Hotel, were re leased to-day. Stoolmlller told them If they would return his watch and chain and money and pay all costs, he would withdraw his charge. A man supposed to be a "pal" ac ompanled by a lawyer Canton, came here tbl alternoon, gave up the stolen property and paid (or costs, They lelt the city immediately. Turkey Dinnxb Is what the ladles of IheC. D, will have In the reading rooms lu the Opera Howie basement tomorrow from 12 till 2 o'clock. 30 cents. Oo and pick a boue In a worthy cause. COMMON PLEAS COURT. Tke following eases bav been disposed of since our report last week : Charles D. Beebout et ux vs Mary Wooater et al Partition ordered by oaths oi J&oob Sohmaohten berger. Cyrus Smith and George Wyant Ells A. Wales vs Frank A. Kraoksr et al. Judgment by default vi F, A Kraoker for 11,80 97 and costa and order to sell mortgaged prem se Isaoore Sohwarti vs Orlando 0. Bausermane al. Partition ordered by the oaths of Frank Bryt aa, William Nash and Alpheua Hamilton. Peter F. Koonta va Jacob Koonti et al, Par tltlon assignment of dower by the oaths of A. C Wales, Ira M. Allen and George Bboemaker. David Nit swaguer vs Eilzibeth Holm et al 8ale confirmed and deed ordered. Martha Ellen Spring vs Christian Spring. Tern porary injunction Issued sgalutt defendant. . City National Bank of Canton vs D. R. Brauch- er et al. Judgment by default for 1232 88 and ccsts with 8 per cent Interest from first day of term. Llszle Braucher vi Charles Suiz. Settled and C(s'.spaid. Thomas 0. Supher va John C. Wright et al' Set, led and costs paid. First National Bank of Minerva vs Hugh Mo QUI et al. Dismissed by plaintiff at his costs, Margaret Eoerweln va Abraham Wehr and Sheriff Altekruse. It Junction preventing sale granted. Qosford P. MoCadden vs Cynthia A. McCadden Decree for divorce. Defendant to pay coals. Daniel W. Loud vs Daniel Miller et al. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Llzale Bchwob va Arnold Zimmerman. Settled and costs paid. Revolving Soraper Co., vs 0, C. 0. 4 S. By. Co., et al. Settled and csts paid. Wortbington, Smith k Co., vs AlonsoR.De- muth et al. Temporary Injunction granted. Anthony Stoolmlller vi John Btcolmilleret al. Sate conflrned and deed ordered and order of distribution. Emanuel Nlcolet va James B. Estep et at F. W. Bond appointed guarlian ad litem and decree for plalntlB quit ting title. Maltle Meek vs Amos Young. Dismissed by plainUffatber costs. William W. Fiynnlvs William Taylor. Dismiss ed at plaintiff's ess. Alliance Building and Loan Association vs Mary Tldball et al. tattled at plaintiff's costs. Elijah Crofts vs L. E. A, dt W. By. Co. Settled at plaintiff's costs. Mathtas But vs Amos Trump. Settled and Cis1. 9 paid. William Ward vs Adam Goodman. Settled and costs paid. Ohio vs Nlcholf s Markert, ernb tr'ement. It Transferred to Probate Court. POSTOFFICE BUSINESS. Tbe following abstract Is taken from the state ment of tbe business transacted at the Canton Postofflce during 1881 : Box rents - II 4C6 90 Stamps, Euvelopes 40 , 19,595 18 SundrUs,M..M.....MM. . imm.-, 804 Total receipts, 21,01012 Salaries, rent aud other expenses ..... S 240 04 Net revenue to the Department....... 15,870 08 This Is an increase of 18 456 51 over the receipts ol 1879 or nearly 20 per cent. The receipts In the Money Order department were 151,527 40 and the disbursements an eqna sum. The fe?f en Money unlets amouniea io 8511 45. 2 478 registered letters were received and 1 258 were sent. A Bio Load or Coal. Jacob Schl'mmer of East part of Canton tp , hauled the largest load of coal brought to Canton this seasoa. The amount of coal was 117 bushels, and tbe groat weight, In eluding sled, was 9110 Ins. Tbe coal was hauled by two horses from the Scbllmmer bank 6 miles east of Canton, on the Waynesburg road. MARRIED. CROFOr-DINU3-On the 30th Inst, by Rev. P, Herbrnck, Mr. Arvlne H. Crofut, and Mlis Cerena O. Din us, both of Btark Co. DIED. WTSX-Rachel 8.. wife of H. R, WlBe, at Ihe family residence on North Market street, ,art Sat urday evening, aged trS jears. Her remains were Interred In the cemetery Tues day morning, followed by a large procession of mourning relations and friends. HILLIBISH-John N . vounarest son of Frank and Kate Ullllbuh, on Thursday last, of dipthe- rla. He was burled from the residence of his parents on Plum street, Saturday morning. HODDINOTT. At bis residence on South Pop lar street, of pneumonia, after an illness of four days, lart Monday night at 11:80. George H. Hodd lnott, aged -85 years and 9 days. Mr Hoddlnott was born at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. He came with his family to Canton In 1877 and worked In the wood department of the Aultmao works until some two months ago' Since then he waa employed as a machln'st in tbe Safe Warks. He leaves a wife and three cbll Iren Mr, Hoddlnott was a member o' the Knights of Honor, which order with a large number of bis fellow workmen and friends attended his funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The lervlces were conducted at the resldenoe by Chaplain H. A Cavnah of the Knights of Honor. Peaoe to b'i ashes. MIDAY At his residence In Oenabnrg town ship, alter a lingering Illness. Felix Mlday, aged 81 years pud 7 months. The deceased was born la Meche, France, In July, 1799 and came to this country In 1828, lo catlog In Paris township, where be lived a num ber of years, when be -removed to Owaburg township where he lived till the day of his death Mr, Mlday was a consistent member of the St, Louis Cathollo church., of Louisville, ever since Its organization, being one ef tbe original organ izers of tbe congregation. He leaves a wife and lour children, one of whom Is L J. Mlday of this city, and many friends mouru his death. DIED. Markets. CANTON RETAIL MARKET. Canton Ohio, January 27, 1881. Thu followtnr will be round correct Quotations this day of the retail prloe to consumers of tbe articles nameu: BDTTKB, IjABD, OB, Apple Bntter, V gal 0 Cheese, V m.M...1315 nutter. m iwtra, run.. Lard ... , ..te VlMBTABLlta AND FRUITH Onions, V bush......t2.4e Cherries, dried, ft ffi 00 Oranges, ft doz .Vf"it French Currants $ lb. jo Cabbage, ft head fell Cranberries in Potatoes, fllush,.........7S Kaisins, J Id i2($'jo I'urniin ......a.w rruuoo, i urnum,,, Annies, dried, V tt 7 ' French, Peaches, ' unpared Tomatoes in can..,, fl lb noup Dnnns. ft qt... Peaches, dried, pared Lemons, per dox.. y u... FLOim jkd Mmi. Flour, ft wck....l 4Va te Corn Meal, ft ft . I Buckwheat Flour W lb... a Oat " " t Graham Flour, ft lb-....,. Hominy, per qt.. 7 Fowls. Obiekens, allve....20iS Turkeys, live, fi lb....... 7 ft lb Fresh akd Sal Fish. WhltaFlsh. Mackerel. Kbbl J4 25 No.l. Sbbl ...H 00 ... 2(K) 188 fi bbl.... 2 a " K bbl..... fl DU1..H.... 1 W f 7 UU1..... Pickerel, Full Weight. t27t .. IN No. IK bbl.. 44 00 No. 2. H bbl M OD1.....MM..M... 2 W " DDI ..M.MH.. Jibbl ...5(fli0 " Xklts , ...inn,. ...... ,70 Dst Ohockbiks. Cut Loaf Sugar ft lb.. .r2 It. U Sugar, i -.12 C. ,r " ...12 Brown ' " 9 ...14 N. O. Hugsr I Ii. Sugar, 8 OrannUted" ABugar,ftm. Bvanm. .70 Common Drip, ft ga ...M Silver Drip, ft gal . Feesu and Cukkd Mbatx. Fresh Pork 8(4 18 Shoulders. ro..m... a Beef MUka, ft ft...lii!8 Break fast iiacon....l " Knanu " ll)io)14 Bait Pork. lb 8 Dried Beef " 20 Veal, " .. 8012 Hams, sugar cured lb 12 Beef, '.... (a1 10 couuuy fin... .11 GRAIN MARKET. Wheat, old... Wheat, new.. .........41.00 Brley.....-........6fl(T0 Kye .? 3.V3H Bay, new 4l5OU0l8oo .........M00 8ats, new.... urn, Ntfa Stibtrtfjjtmttitt A.. C. FOLTZ, County Auctioneer, MASSILLON, 0. Country Rntes promptly attended to and iat.iVtton gua'ttuieeu. jaiu- , 27,1881 Cunjtrrg ft &., SMUNZBERGv:& CO.. -THE- ONE PRICE CANTON,' OHIO. Those in need of Clothing for the THE HOLIDAYS r Will serve their interests best by calling at the ONE PRICE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT Goods and prices to suit everybody, Overcoats Ulsters, Ulsterettes for Men, Youths, Boys and Children, must be Closed out within Fifteen Days. . Fine fitting Baits, Custom-made, will be sold very low. The Largest Stock of Boys Clotbiog in tbe city to eeleot from at low figures. Call and Convince Yourself. . Gunzberg fc Co. One Price Clothiers. ITo. S & 4 Fablio Square. ftftJtWelmtr Brojj", HIRSCHHEIMER BROS, The Popular Clothiers, Aro OlTorlngf tho Greatest ' SUITS, OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR, SC. Call and Ezamino Before Fur chasing and THE BEST GOODSffT THE LOWEST PRICE No. 8 IN. E. Side Public Square, CANTON, OHIO. fflnt )r(t IotulfM. vwvvyMSfWVywvVtrWwrVWvvvVvlVAM CLOTHIERS! it popular Clotlitr. Bargains ' ' - 1 . .'f bo Convinced. : tfrril0" . ...u,x, rOh, fl'-i ver saw. r.T'ftV. mil TjTJCHEK.fclBBS & (Jo Manufacturer of Canton, O. Jan27 ow EIi'thi anil liquorf, Wholesale Wines 1 Lipors. Wholesale dealer In Golden "Wedding', Sour Mash, . Freeport, AND OTHER STAPLE BIIANDS OF WHISKIES. The Choicest Quality of Foreign and Domestic WINES AND BRANDIES ALWAYS ON HAND Farmers and others wlshlni a flrst-class article of rure uquor snouia not ran to give me a call, S. U 10 A It, 32 East Tuscarawas Street, JanZTdm CANTON, OHIO. MtW 1881 -z&JJ Will bmtlll rut to til ppltruita, and tocttitoouri without ordtrlnr It. It conUloi Bra colortd pUU, SO0 ntTavlnp, bout m pmtm, and loll AenrlpUoiu, prion ud dlnrtlom for Kltotlni lluo nrittla or VeinUbla and Flowar 8ah, Plaala. mt, rto. Isnliabla to all. Hand for lb Addma. S. M. FZBBY ft CO., itroit, kick JaD27eow Farm For Sale. I will offer my farm at publio sale, on Saturday, February 5th, 1881, Situated iH miles southeast of Alliance on the Home worth road, containing Lanr frame hmise, bank barn, all necessary onU buildings, anil pleuiy of good water. Hale to com nience at 1 o'clock p. m., when terms will be made know"- D. A. BROSIUa. ani7-ow ;m :k? SI. (TS W3 $fTWl iffPSx X Executor's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed ami gummed as Executor ol the lust will and tsian:ent of John P. Prenatt, late ol WaHlilugton towhalp, Hiark ennntv. Ohio, de J. O. VKBKR1A T, JutZ7-dr Executor. Executor's Notice. Legal. Legal Notice. Thomas Evans who resides, as Is believed. In the State or Colorado, Is hereby notified that on the 22nd day ol January, A. D. 1881, Mary Gvans Sled her an swer and cross-petition In the Court of Common Pleas ol Stark county, Ohio, lathe case of Thomas Thomas against Mary Evans, Thomas Evans, Wil liam Baynolds and John Davis, wherein said Thom as Thomatt alleges that on the 21st day of July, A. I. 187S. the said Mary Evans and Thomas Evans exe cuted aim delivered to William Baynolds their Sronilssory note lor 12.600, payable three yeara afler ale, with Interest, and to secure the payment of said note they executed and delivered to said Bay nolds their mortgage deed on a certain house and lot In Alliance, Stark county, Ohio, known as the "Union Hotel" property. That the said Mary Evans was the owner In her own right of said real estate, and that note and mortgage were given to said Bay nolds as trustee lor said Thomas Evans to reimburse him tor Improve men s made on said premises as the husband of said Mary Evans. Tbat said Beta was afterwards on august 11 , 1ST. Indorsed to said Thom as Evans, and then on Deo 15, 1870, Indorsed by said Thomas Evans to John Davis, and then Indorsed by John Davis tetdeplalnllU on the 11th day of Sep tember, 1876, and all said IndorsemerU were for val uable considerations. The prayer of said petition la that an recount may be taken of the amonut due on said note and said premises be ordered to pay the same. The answer and cross-petition of the said Mary Evans alleges that note and mortgage waa obtained by said Thomas Evans by fraud and duress and without any consideration. Tha'. tbe assignments mentioned In said petition were without considera tion, and that the said Thomas Thomas Is not the bona ride holder i f said note lor a valuable consider atli n paid. That he bodi said note merely as the agent and trustee ol said Thomas Evans; that said note and mortgage are the property of said Thomas Evans in fact, and were assigned to said Thomas Thomas for collection merely, and to avoid any de fenses or Het ofls tbat the said Mary Evans might have against the sume. The prayer of said cross-petition imliiu the said Court will order and adjudge said note to be delivered up and cancelled and Un title of Bald Mary Evans In said premises be quieted as asalimt the same and for general relief, Tne said Thomas Evans Is required to answer said cross-petition on or before the 2Mb day of MBrcu, A. D.1881. . LAUHHLIN&AHM. Jau27-lw Att'ys for Mikt Evans. " ROAD NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented totbeCoiuoilsslonersot Htark county, Ohlok at their March session, 1881, praying for the location of a county road along the following ronin- Begin ning lo the center of the State Bnad leading from the city ol Canton to the town of Bolivar where Ihe section line between sections numbered one ana twelve in Bethlehem township, H ark county Ohio, Intersects said road, and at the northeast corner of said section twelve; thence west along said section line between sections one and twelve, and between sections numbered two and eleven to a point about thirty rods east from the northwest corner of section number eleven (11) at or near a lrge white oak tree and to Intersect the road leading from the village of Navarre to North Industry, Jan27-hw A PETITIONER ROAD NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the Commissioners of Stark county, Ohio, at their March session. 1881, praying for tb i location ot a county road along the following route) Begin ning in the publio road at the northwest corner of the southwest quarter or section number one (1) in Bethlehem township, Stark county, Ohio: thence east along the division line of said seMinn rnimu, one to a point about eighteen rods east Irom the cen tre post of aalAsectlon, and there to Intersect the road leading from the village of Navarre lo North Industry, the entire road to be on tbe south side or said division line. Jan27 hw a PETITIONER. Road Notice. Notice Is herebvaiven tbat a neMtlnn hii ... sented to the Commissioners of Htark county, Ohio at their March session, 1881. praying for the vacation of that part or tbe publio road leading from the vil lage o Navarre to North Industry from where It n" 7J?uh !""nKui. o'wwtlon nnmber eleven, Bethlehem township, Btark county, Ohio, running northeastwardly to where It crosses the east anf west division line In section number one In said township. jan-nw A PETITIONER. Two Farms For Sale. , The nnrlpralcrnori nrV. -n la l..nA, nt A. , - ....... ..... n- .nvtnn.,wi, IMHH locate.) In the center ol Washington township, near Freeburg. ' Farm No 1 contains 100 acres, and a aa tha hnm. stead larm of John B. Frederick, dece sed. aero m soou iwo story noiue, a is Re barn i70 th shed 22x6 attached, and other buildings, two good wells, besides a Kn stream of water Bowing through thi. farm, good ui uuru. iu acres in umoer, oaiauce uurinlng and ma ture land. v Farm No. 2 contains 87 acres has a large two-story house, argebarn 4itKO. hesidea ii. ,,,... -J good orchard, Is well supplied with spring water, li acres in timber, halunie nood larmli g land 1 he atmva Innil Ue.ll In good slate ol ntiltlvatlon. Forliirtherparilnilariealloii the prem see. or ad i7o H-"'"'":"'. Maximo, Hia.k county,. Jan27-gm JOHN B, FREDERICK HEIRS.