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A FLIGHT IN THE AIR.
A Child Meets With an Extraordinary Balloon Adventure. Morrhkad City. N. C, Jnly 2. A thrilling episode la thin village yenter rltiy cauaoil more excitement, consterna tion ami weeping am our the people than wore ever known here before. The three j oar old daughter of MrH. Robert Elliott was brought to th aeaHirie month ago to recover from a severe at tack of Texas fever. She became a pet anil favorite at the Alabama Hotel. Yesterday morning a strolling Italian made Ills appearance In trout of the hotel with a large cluster of those red bladders like toy balloons. Maj. Haw kins, of Alabama, to amuse the child Birdie, who he at that time had In bin arms, tied the cord around her waist, 'and then, as Is bo often done to amuse children, gave her a toss of five or six feet In the air and held out hla hands for her return. "Great God! she is gone," cried the Major, as he saw her rapidly going up, up, up, until she had passe I the house tops. Floating In the clouds with outstretched hands, the little girl could be heard distinctly calling "Muai mal mainiual mammal" until her voice became drowned by the whistllug of the winds. "All to your boats!" shouted old Cap tain Dixon, "and iiflvex a son of anmii turn back until that child la brought to its mamuiyl" "I. I, I," responded six of as brave and dariug boatmen as ever reefed a sail, and all with boats seaworthy tot any waters. Minutes appeared as hours and the babe was flying southeast like a kite, and would be out over the great Atlautlc Ocean In less than no time. Away went twenty or more well manned boats amidst the shouts of men and screams of women and children. These boats were joined by a like number from Beaufort, all of which kept as near under the Ut ile gin m tne ciouii as possuue. air. Charles J. Voorheos. of the Houthern Express Company, with a party of gentlemen, were out taking a sail. Mr, Voorheea Is one of the most expert rifle men in the country, and, as Providence had ordained It, he had on board 111 Hinith & Wesson rifle, lie at onee took In the situation, remarking, "Six miles out at sua and going at the rate of ten miles an hour, and now four hundred yards high, and every minute going higher, higher, higher. 1 can out those balloons, and will do it or die. Steady .the boat, throw her leeward of the squadron. 'Hqulre Wadel" "Let us all jine In prayer before he shoots," said Uteve Turner, the colored minister and man carrier. "I don't put much confidence in 'Ilglon when danger Is about," said Mr. Dixon. By this time the boat had gotten in position to give her the most protection from the still breeze then blowing. "Now's your time," shouted Plver, "don't you see them two off to them selves. Bangl went the rifle but no change in the position, Agalu, again and again the 11 f th shot one balloon disappeared amidst the shouts of the boatmen. At the eighth shot It became evident that the weight ot the little floating angel, as she was gradually descending, not In a straight Hue but In a southeast direc tion, toward Marker's Island but w bother dead or alive none could tell Down, down, down she comes as gentle as if handled by human hands and to fall In a cradle of sand. To laud, to land, and all put to shore as fast as the sails would propel the boats. Before they reached land most of them jumped overboard and waded ashore. Then began the race for the babe, who had come down on a sand bank only a few hundred yards distant With fear and trembling all ran up Ben Plver In front. "Gentlemen," says be, she's alive and kicking." There sat little Birdie, playing with a lot of shells. and as she was picked up sue cinng on to a handful, saying, "Dese sela for mamma." With the prize all returned to the boats. There sat Mr. Voorheea with a death like pallor on bis countenance. and when told that he had saved the babe unhurt, his tender heart gave way and he wept like a child. "All aboard and back to Moreheadl" shouts Captain Dixon. The boats were rapidly gotten under way, aud each wanted to be the first to convey the glad tidings, but they all ran near together, with hats and handkerchiefs flying, amidst the cheers and screams of several hundred people. The excitement of landing surpasses description. At the wharf after every thing seemed safe, then little Birdie ciuie the nearest losing her life.- Col Whitford. a man of generous Impulses, seized the little girl In his arms and at lightning speed started lor its motner, who was then lying in an unconscious state, under the skillful care of Drs. Haywood, Arendall and Kelly, of Louis laua. But before the kind hearted Colo Tiel had gone far, amidst the dense crowd and confusion, he ran off the wharf Into water eight feet deep. Sev eral jumped overboard and aided him in landing bis prize, ine cnuu was none the worse for the ducking. By 4 o'clock Mrs. KUlott became con . soious. The guests of the house assem bled In the ball-room at Dp. m. to return thanks to Mr. Voorheea and the noble boatmen, and express condolence and sympathy for Mrs. Elliott. of a a Never Give Up. If yon are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak consti tution, headache, or any other disease of a bilious nature, by ail means procure a bottle of Electrlo Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid Improvement that will ioiiow; you win oe inspireu with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by f. H. barr. ' Germany Is fortifying the town of Custrin, at the confluence of the rivers Warth and Oder, against Russia. As there are no external signs of serlons trouble between the two nations, the circumstance may mean something for nothing, according to the standpoint from which It Is regarded. Dropsy and Rheumatism. Dropslclal and Rheumatic persons And the use of Speer's Port Grape Wine, of Mew Jersey, of Incalcuable beneflt. Its purity aud valuable properties have given It a wide reputation among phy alctans throughout this country and Eu rope. This wine took the highest prem ium at the late Centennial. It Is excel lent for weary and debilitated females. and used by the best families in New York as an evening family wine. For sale by Durbln, Wright & Co. The crops In Illinois, from present ap pearances, will turn out much better than was expected a month ago. The only material falling off from the yield ot former years will be in corn. Re ports of a similar character come from nearly an the western states. Perfect Success. Those two words have a vast meaning when fully comprehended. A perfect success can be truthfully applied to Dr. Jones' Red Clover Joule, bich cures dyspepsia, biliousness, coetlveness, all diseases of the kidneys, liver and blad it is a perfect tonic and blood pur- lUer; it keeps the skin clear and bricht. drives away pluiplea and makes the gen eral health excellent. Price CO cents, Durblu, Wright & Co. - - . ABOUT TITLES. Rev. Penstock, who Insists npon. being addressed by. his title, and who never ac cords the same honor to any of the jud ges, colonels or professors in the club, suddenly bobbed up aud offered the fol lowing resolution: "Resolved, Dat judging a dog fight Or jumping match does not license a cnll'd man to assume de title of judge wldabigj;and 'Resolved. Dat bossln'a lob of dizain' cellar or flllln' an ice house doan' en title de bosser to call hlsself colonel." Penstock was hardly down before the thirteen professors, seventeen judges, and twenty-eight colonels in the club wore on their feet and demanding to be heard. They felt the- Insult and were prepared to resent It, and Penstock was seen to grow pale at the rate of a mile a minute. Brother Gardner Anally secur ed sileuce after continuous rapping, and then said: Will de Rev. Penstock please explain how he came by his title?'' "Yes, sail. Ize a preacher, Ban. "Was you regularly ordained?" "Yes Bah." " W h'o ordained y ou ?" "Two of de deacons of de Fust Baptist church of Rlohmond." There was a general yell over his re ply, and the worthy member lost his temper and rushed from the room. "My friends," kindly observed the president, "envy alius overreaches her self. II it seems to please a fellow mor tal to call him professor, or judge or major, Keep it np. it costs nuuln an keeps him good-natured. It sounds much better to read In de papers dat Prof. Ginalong Jones am at present en- gageu in cartin out ashes fur Col. Day ban Kiuitn. aan to monsriun dat oie nig ger Jones has struck a job ob de ginger beer peddler. Let dignity go wid your titles, howeber. Professors am outer place In a white man's chicken coop. an ae judge who lets bis wife go b ur rut win appear powerful small in de eyes of his nayburs. We will now strike acloslu attitood an' adjourn de meet- in.' Lime mm uiuo. GENERAL PUTNAM. During the war In Canada between tho French and English, when Gen. Am- nersc was niaroning across the country to Canada, the army coming to one of tne lakes tney were obliged to pass, they round the J reuen had an armed vessel of twelve guns npon it. The General was in great distress, ills boats were no match for her; and she alone was capable of sinking hla whole army in the situation in which it was placed. While newas pondering on what should be doue. Gen. Putnam came to him and said: '"General, that ship must beta ken. "Aye," says Amherst, "I wonld give the world if she was taken." "I'll take her." says Putnam. Amherst smil ed and asked how. "Give 'me some wed- tres. a beetle fa larore. wooden hammer or mallet, used for driving wedges), aud few men of my own choice." Amherst could not conceive how an armed vessel was to be taken by four or Ave men, a beetle and wedges. Uowever. he gran ted Putnam s request. When night came Putnam with hla materials aud men stole quietly out in a boat under the ves sel s stern, and In an Instant drove In the wedges behind the rudder, lu the little cavity between the rudder and ship, and left her. In tire morning the sails were seen fluttering about. She was adrift in the middle of the lake. and, being presently blown ashore, was easily taken. SHE WAS SATISFIED. "Ten cents for sloh a little mite of paragorio as that I" she growled, as she Held up the vial. "YesW' -"Has paragorlc riz?" "No." "But I've often got double this amount for ten cents. You must have made just seveu cents clear prom. "I made exactly eight, madam." "Why. that is clear robbery I" "Madam," replied the druggist, as he pasiea on tne lanei, "ii i snouiu acci dentally poison your husband to-inor row, you would want $oOU in cash." "Yes. all of that.'? "Well. I haven't got but 150. and am in a hurry to make up the remainder, so that I can put the cash right into your hands without waiting. I'm not the man to cheat a poor widow out of 500 these bard times." "Oh, that Is it ? Well, yon talk like an honorable man, and l m glad yon ex plained." Wall Street News. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedily cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores. Cancers. Piles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands, and all skin eruptions, guaranteed to enre in every instance, or money refunded. 25 cents per box. For sale by P. H. Barr. All the glassware and bottle factories at and in the vicinity of Wheeling, ex cept three, have shut down for a six weeks' rest: throwing twelve hundred men. boys and girls out of employment ror tnat lengtn or time. A man about Co years of age, named Blerelin, from Lafayette, Ind., bound for Germany, died suddenly on the train near St. Thomas, Out. A draft for $4,000 and $100 in cash were found on his person. It is given oat as the result of the con ference of the manufacturers of barbed wire with the Washuuru-Moen Company that the royalty will be reduced about one-half, which proposition will .be ac cepted. - Eighteen thonsand emigrants arrived at Montreal during the month. An ap propriation of $15,000 has been made by the Dominion Government ror an emig rant depot similar to Castle Garden,New York. Flies and Bugs. IT Una rnnnhnn. ants, hed-bntrs. rats. mice, gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Hougn on ttais. ioc. Q . 1 - t 1 ,..t.n.ln,. 11(1 nara olwviixi bi m Lin, uuiuuoiiuk h vmo, passed through Chicago last week from San Francisco to New York, loaded with tea and silk from China and japan. Business men of New York are com blnlng to drive the trade dollar out of circulation. At the present price of sliver it is wortn aoout bo cents. "Trreen brigs are lay in g waste the w h eat fields in Berks county, Pa. They are as sisted In the work ot destruction by the Hessian fly. . . Hiram Blair, at Kelthsbnrg. 111., shot hit wife and then commited suicide The wife may ' recover. - Jealousy was the cause. TALMAGE'S SERMON. (CONTINUED FROM THE FIRST PAGE.) dungeons that chilled him? What to Latimer now the flames that consumed him? All those who. through the grace of Christ, reach that land, will never be disturbed. None to dispute their throne. hey shall reign forever there. Bat alas for those who have made no preparation for the futurel When the sharp-shod hoofs of eternal disaster come up pant ing and swift to go over them, how will they contend with horses? And when the waves or their wretchedness rise up white and foaming under the swooping of eterual storms, and the billows be come more wrathful and dash higher, oh what will they do amid the swelling or Jordan? If I could come Into your heart I would see that many of you, my dear friends, had vowed to be the Lord's. I know not what sickness It was, or what trials; but I verily believe there is not a man in the house but has sometimes vowed he would be the Lord's. It might have been at the time when your child lay si ok you said: "0 Lord, if you will let this child get well I. will be a Christian." Or it might have been In some business trouble, when you have said: "O Lord, If thou wilt let me keep my property I will be a Christian." You kept your property, your child got well, the peril passed. Are you a Christian? History says that long ago it had been annonnoed that the world was, coming to an end and there was great excite ment In London. It was said the world would porlsh on a certain Friday. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day the people were lu the cathedral. fraying ana weeping, it seemed as f the whole EngliHh nation was being converted to God, for It was announced as certain by philosophers that on that coming .Friday the- world would par ish. Friday came and there were no portents, no fires In the air. no earth quakes. The day passed along just like every other day. and when It wan past and the night came, it is said that in London there was a scene of riot, was sail, and drunkenness, aud debauchery. such as had never beeu witnessed. They forgot their vow, they forgot their re pentance, they forgot their good resolu tions, un, now much human nature in that! While trials and misfortunes come to us while we are down deep lu darkness and trouble we make vows; we say: "O, Lord, do so and I will do so. The darkness passes, the peril goes away. We are as we were before, or worse; for oh, how often I have seen men start for the Kingdom of God, come up to within arms reaeh or it aud then go back further from God than they ever were before, dropping from the very moment of their privilege into darkness forever. Oh, how ungrateful we have beeu! Do you know how much God has done for you and for me? Have you never felt ft? How much he did for you to-day 1 Who spread the ta ble ror your wno watcned yon last night? Who has been kind and good to you all your life long? Oh, how un grateful we nave been I Mothiuks the goodness of God ought to lead this whole audience to repentance. I know not your Individual history. Some of you I never saw before, some of you I will never see again; but 1 know that God has been good to you. What return nave you made t There was a steamer on one of the Western lakes heavily la den wun passengers, aud there was a little cnud wno stood on the side or the taff rails leaning over and watching the water, when she lost her balance and dropped into the waves. The lake was vety rough. The mother cried: "Save my child I Save my child I" There seem ed none disposed to leap into the water. There was a Newfoundland dog on deck. He looked upon his master s face as if for orders. His master said: "Tray. overboard, catch 'enil" The dog sprang into the water, caught the child by the garments and swam back to the steamer. rne child was picked up by loving hands, the dog was lifted on deck and the mother, ere she fainted away, in ut ter thanksgiving to that dog, threw her arms around its neck and kissed it; but the dog shook himself off from her em braces and went, and laid down, as though he had accomplished nothing. Shall a mother be grateful to a dog that saved her child and be ungratefullto the Son of God, who from the heights of heaven plunged into the depths of dark ness and suffering and woe that He might lift us up out of onr sins and place us on the rock of ages? Oh the height, the depth, the length, the lnfln: ley, the horror ot our ingratltulel Don't yon treat Jesus like that any more. Don't thrust him back from your soul. He has been the best friend you ever had. Yon will want him after awhile. When the world is going away from your grasp, and all the lights that shine on your soul are going out, aud the friends that stand around you can do you no good, and you feel your feet supping from beneath you on, men you will want Him the living Jesus, the sympathetic Jesus, the pardoning Je sus to stand close by you and hold yon up "amid the swelling of the Jordan." Grlggs' Glycerine Salve. The best on earth can truly be said of Griggs' Glycerine Salve, which Is a sure eure for cuts, bruises,- scalds, burns, wounds, and all other sores. Will posi tively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruptions. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Only 2o cents. For sale by Durbln, Wright & Co. "Have you anything extraordinary on your person by which you could be men titled?" asked an Austin doctor, who was examining Bill Colbert for a life Insurance policy. Colbert thought for a good while before he answered. At last he replied that he had the required peculiarity. 'What mar isitr ' "if ear f ul cramps when I eat green corn." Hon. John G. Warwick, of Masslllon, the Democratic nomiuee for Lieutenant Governor, was in town a few hours on Thursday evening while waitlug for the train. He was escorted about town by Judge Orr, a personal friend, and intro duced to a number of our citizens. Mr. Warwick was serenaded by the band at the National House and made a few re marks. Orrvllle Crescent. Advices received at Washington indi cate a general outbreak of smallpox among Arizona Indians, ana commis sioner Price has ordered a supply of vaccine virus to be sent to the threat ened point. Catarrh or the Bladder. Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by "Buchu-paiba.'' $1. H. C. Qulgley, Cleveland, agent of the Lehigh Valley Coal Company, and dealer In stoneware, assigned. Assets estima- ed at $30,000 liabilities unknown. The five Chinamen who conspired against Lung Poy (or cutting down laun dry prices at Paterson, N. J, were tteu- teuoed to $500 One and costs each. CRriKSHANKKlesewetter and Brown all carried muskets la the Union army. Butler uouuty Democrat. MEDICAL. WHAT WII.I. convince you ol the wonderful curative properties combined in Hood's Sabbaparili.a, It the remarkable cures that have been effected by Us use Tall to Impress upon your mind this repeatedly proven fact? Thousands are using It, and all declare that fllll I tt Is a medlr clne possess- T J I 1 ing all and even more than claim for It. My friend. If you are sick or in that con dition that you cannot enll yourself either sick or well, go and got a bottlo of Hood's SAHfurAniLLA, and realize yourself how tills medicine i hits the right CONVINCE pot, and puts I all the machinery of your body Into working l order. . . I From the Registrar of Deeds for Middlesex County, Northern District. I.owni.r.. Mass. . Messrs. C. I. TIood tt Co.: (jvutltwu'ii ' Tt alfunjs mo rmuili pleasure to recommend Hood's Hahhai ahii.i.a. My health has leen such that for aonio yearn past 1 have lM-vn obliged to take a tonlo of some kind In the spring, and have never found anything that hit my wants as your Hamnparllla. It tones up my system, purities my blood, shurjiena my apiietlto. and seems to make uie over. Uusuectfully yunrs, J. 1'. TnOMl'SON. One of our prominent business men said to us the other dayi "In the spring my wife got all run down and could not eat anything; passing your store I saw a pile of Hood's SAitsAi'AUiLi.A In the window, and I got a bottlo. After she had been taking It a week sho had A rousing appetite, ami tt did her thlng. Hho took three buttles, and It was the best tlireo dollars 1 evur Invested." Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by a)l druggists. Prion i a bottle, ir six bottles for l 1. HOOD St CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. FUBNITURB. Buy Furniture Cheap Large Sales ! Light Expenses ! Low Prices! Hair Olith Parlor Seta, 7 pieces, at - $40.00 Marble Top French Dress er, Chamber sets, Walnut, 45.00 Enameled Chamber Seta, 8 pieces, - - - 18.00 Ex. Terry covered Lounges, 6.00 Elarble top Parlor Tables, I'd x36 in. top, - 8.00 Oane Seat Chairs, per 1-2 doz 4.40 Wood aeat " " " 2.40 Oottage Bedsteads, - 2.75 Extension Tables, per ft. 75 And all other goods at extremely low figures. The assortment ol Parlor Suits fully twice as large as any in Cleveland. Pier and dan tie Mirrors. Hall Racks Sideboards Book Cases, etc.. in great variety, at low prices. Fine Furniture DELIVERED any place In Ntark County without extra charge. J, B. McCrea's Warerooms 47 and 49 Kant Tuaciirawiw St. aprt-tf CANTON. OHIO. HARDWARE. ALiaiD WBIHHT. MO RIM B a riNNOCI. WRIGUT & PEHHOCK, ALLIANCE. OHIO. WHOLBJAXI AND KKTAIt, DKALEKS In all KtDds or ujuvx ana hujuljt HARDWARE! Paints, Oils, Class, Varnishes, House Trimmings Generally, Cutlery, Oil Clotixs, Nochanies' Tools, Farminz Implements, Wagon St Carriage Goods, Harness Trimmings lOKMK 8HOK8 and NAHM, KWUICN, IIUNKKTU, WIIKKU, I AXI.KH, sPKINUn, III IH, BENT WOOD WOKS am a roll nock or smrr TsrlM of eonu m the Hard ware iiiiw always on nana m Very JL,o w Cash Prloem. COMB AND BEE! WUIbHT a PKNNOUB. VETERINARY BURGEON. HORSES SdentlflctUly treated by DR. L. D. BLANCHARD, ' THK ONLY PROFESSIONAL VETERINARY SURGEON In Canton. la (trartQAta of the Ontario TeuvlMry llnllauu I'laVniaasl. ItftllaUlaV. OFFICE SOUTHEAST COR. FIFTH , AND POPLAB STREETS. onum bj mall, telnrrapo. or-wis bone No. 144 pmiuiillr attended to, day or nlRliL Hiirulcal iiiM.rrtt1'iiA nratlv Dflrfiirmnll Aim veterinary dmiUntry and eutnlslna tonnes as to Mr MouudneM attended lo. C-umJIfm RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO R. R. Schedule in effect May 14th, 1883 Trains depart from and arrive at Canton as follows: UOINIi WKST. Arrive. Chtcaso KiprMM. ........ OreHtllne ExprffM........ Chicago Uxprem...... ... UhlcatfoKxprvMft.... ..... Ltfwal. No.181 t!l 28 a m tl D'2 a til 41 D ni tlO U2 a a uu 9 n 7 4 a U 4U p " 'tt'iVnj H1INU KAiff. Depart. Mew York Kxprms Mew York btimj rtUMburich KxpreM.... Mew York IkxprttiS.... Ixcal. No. 82 1 82 a ni 7 H4 a ni tB 2H a m 5 80 P m tlO 82 a ni tl2 41 P ltU(UI tonal rrelxht soliur went leavra at t7.84 a m, and carries DaHeentceni between uanuin and (Tentllne, tliiK rmH umnvm at t2. 1 8 p m. aud oarnat paiaauam betweeu UmnUMi and tleavec Vails. Pullman. PAlane Sleeping- and Hotel Oars attached to all UirouKh traliui run wIMiout eluuanl, went bound to Chlcair; eant nouuo to miunuricn, liarrwtmrii, iuuu- more, wxanuuruio, rniuMieipiiia aiwi new xnrm. for time tallies, rmtea of fare. Uironah tlckew and baa- aae tlieiikii, sod further liiformallitn regarding- tne ru.miim of traius, appUr to Js T. TUOMrsUN, IV et Agent. uanUMi, It. r vyTlme given In shove table Hi Columbus, O. , nmft which Is 1 2 luuiutee igower than fiujjurgh tune, and UU minutes faeter Uiau tuilejwco time. ba!ly. flauiy exoept Mundap. jlMUIr except Monday. W, A. BAUJWIN. u. a. nim. Oen'l Paaa. a Tleaet Art. nt-raxMjnfeuft, ra RAILROADS. CONNOTION VALLEY RAILWAY TIME TABLE. In effect Sunday, June 10th, 1883. NOKTUWABU. Arrive, Depart, Goarkoctoa and ('arm I lion Kx.. OoMmcUv) 0-vrromn Mall.. (jitnmiaiul Sunday himxiIh- UOQrflM LjUa tiuudaf BpeclaJ LoaU rratabt , til 8F pm tu r6 am 1 42 am 4 OO pin 4 OO pm 1 8U pin 10 OO tin 12 80 put 11 OO aui 8 86 pin 5 ill) pui T12 oo lu smrriiWAiiu Arrive. Depart, KipraiM i t7 85 am 40 8 86 I iu 10 IHJ am V Kit am ft 8(1 pm R 80 I in 12 20 put 12 80 pm oiMiuirtuu If t ii mm Uarrwiluin Mai. Conhuvtoti MiUI OaiTuNhxi Humlay Hpwlai. .... UtMhocum Hiuuittf SiMviaL .... Litem JTrelultC, tJarrvilVo IMvt tJ 42 am 18 rK pm H OO pm 8 6& kin 10 04) am tl 1 80 am uuanucum Tl J OO tlMULf except atuuiay. HAIL UltKHlH. ttJUULger. VALLEY RAILWAY. To Take Effect Monday, Dec. 3d, 1882. MOaTHWIBU TMil MS. Kxp. Mall. Kxpreea.' hiiNOAia ON1.T. STATIONS. No. 2. No. 4. NO. s. No. 12. No. 14. ' A. M. 1". 14. If. M. A. M. P. M. Cleveland.... HI. 1ft 8.16 l.BR 111 Cl6 6 25 Broadway 10.IIH 8.07 1.28 It 57 8 18 Dmnklini. .. . 10.02 S IM I i Kn 8 18 Inrtep'iutence 8.40 6 44 1.07 1 88 5 68 Hn luvllle. .. W.U-t 6 81 1.67 0 24 6 44 Doston kViH 6.21 1'2.46 tlf. 6 85 Peninsula.... W.1U 6.17 12.41 BIO 6 80 Kverett D.I2 6.111 12.H6 HUB 6 28 IK.Uuiu 11.04 6.02 12 27 8 56 6 15 Akron 8.4M 4.44 12.12 8 40 6 (Ml Kant Akron. .. 8.41 4.H7 12.06 8 82 4 62 Hrumniy 8.81 4.2M 11.68 8 22 4 42 Uimmtuwn... 8-21 4.1U 11.47 8 12 4 88 tlreenuiwn... 8.1H 4.11 11. HH 8 114 4 26 MewlKirlln.. 8.05 4.UU Ml.HU 7 611 4 18 Lake Park Canum 7.60 8.62 11.17 7 42 4 02 p.r.waucr. 7.4 B.6 ll.ift 1 un 400 N. Industry.. 7.IIH 8.42 7 2H 8 61 Urlggsvllle... 7.86 8 87 7 22 -8 48 xpana 7 27 8 2U 7 IB 8 88 Mtnilyvlll&... 7 22 8 24 7 05 8 BO Mineral Point 7 15 8 17 ,, 7 66 8 20 Wheoi'g June 7 10 8 12 - SOUTHWARD TXUINa. Mali Kip. ACCOtTL HUNOAt ONLT. 1 ATKINS. Nu 1. No. 8. NO. 6. No. 11. No. 18. A. M. P. M. P. to. A. M. If. M. Cleveland.... 8. BO 8. 211 6. Oil 8 26 4J.20 Broadway H.HU 8.27 6.0U 8 82 4 27 Brooklyn. ... 'B.49 '8.84 S.IM 8 BH 4 HH Independence V.ol 8.60 6.44 8 62 4 4 BrecluvUle... U.1H 4.01 '8.02 U.llt BOO Duston tt-'U 4.11 8.1U 8 15 6 10 Peninsula-.. . 9.27 4.1H .2n 0 20 6 15 ICvereU 9.B4 4.24 6.40 0 2H 5 52 BouuiD. 0 41 4.88 H.6H 0 Brt 6 81 Akron 0.56 4.47 7.IH 0 5ll 6 45 Kaet Akron... 10.04 4.1..". 7.BI 111 OO 6 68 Kruiumy 10.14 6.or. 7.411 10 00 6 08 UnlnnUiwn... 10.2H 6.11 Dill 10 1H 6 12 llreeutown... 10.82 tt.ii 8 IN 10 27 6 20 MewBurllu... 10.BU 6.UO 8.81 10 88 6)27 Lake park Canton 10.5H 5.46 8.6H 10 47 tt 48 P.r.W.sCUr. 10.67 5.48 8.66 11 05 7 OO N. Industry .. 1 1 06 6 611 11 17 7112 Uiiggsvllle. . . II 10 ' OO -11 26 -7 20 Sparta 1118 8 08 11 8U 7 84 Sandyvlllo.... 1 1 26 8 IB 11 47 7 48 M literal jPolnl 11 BH 8 21 12 00 8 00 whOHl gJuiiu. 11 87 1 tt 26 Trains stop on signal only. JAMMCS K. TUHK. 8upL NEW YORK PENNSYLVANIA & OHIO RAILROAD (ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN.) TIME TABLE—Adopted May 20th, 1883. TOA1NS ABTWAHO, STATIONS. No. 8. Ma 12. No. 4. Dptllnclnn'U 1.45 pin 8.56 4.44 . 6.80 7.1U 8.10 8.47 U.-27 0.20 Din 8 00 am u 26 Dayton Hprlngheld Urbane... Marlon..., Olllll.lL . . . . MaiiHtlold . Ashland. . . Akrou Kent Uavenna . . 11.60 12.44 am 10 20 1.26 8.14 4.111 6.05 6.4(1 7.2S 8.10 8.211 0.12 u iu III 64 12 17 pm 12 67 8.60 am 0.27 1 24 1 54 8.BU pm 4.02 4.18 6.00 6.06 8.U0 7.16 8.07 8 27 U 1H 10.07 11.26 11.68 12.12 am 12.08 pm 12.27 LeavHWu'g 1.10 1.17 2.40 4.00 4.68 5.22 6.1H 7.85 U.46 v arrtm.. . , Greenville. Meadvllle . 10.27. 11.40 Union City. 12.88 Pm 1.08 2.00 8.10 .8.16 8.40 H.II7 111 HH tjorry. ... Jamestown Ar saJanvnca 10 10 lliilfalo. ItocheNtnr . 1.10 pm jci mlra.. . i in 2.66 2 47 am Dliigh'ml'n 4 27 Albany. ... lhiHUin .... Mew York, boston H.llll am 2 20 pm 2.46 pm 0.26 pm 0.60 am 8.66 pm 0.26 am TRAINS WSSTWAaD. STATIONS. No. 1 No. 8. No. S. Dp saiam'ea 11.20 pin 12.27 am 10.60 am 0.45 am 6 45 k tt 67 7 68 8 18 tt.OO a 7.07 8.82 : 0.12 10.66 0.57 10.10 10.86 jameHUiwn Curry Union City Meadvllle. Oreenvllle. Warren . . . 11.68 7.4.1 8.80 8.61 0.66 10.41 11.4H 1 1 f.H 1.211 1.42 2.15 8.RI) 4.BU 4.65 8.40 6.B7 6.65 6.211 8.48 0.27 l.oo pm 1.22 2.40 8.46 6.(15 6.20 7.05 B.IK) 8.86 6.6M 8.46 0.60 7.00 am LeavUtsb'g Ar Cleveland 1.4(1 pm llavenna . Kent Akron. .... Ashland. . MansllHld 13.28 1X56 1.18 2.44 8.14 Ar Chicago. Dp Oallon... 10.10 i 11.00 10.80 Pin 8 45 pin Marlon.... Urbana.... ii. ao 1.40 I 2.28 8. KB 6.00 11.86 4 zo tt 00 tt 24 7 OO 8 60 1. Ill pin ArHprtngtl'ld 1.4.1 2.85 4.46 11.40 Dayuin. ... Cincinnati Louisville Ht, Loula .. 7. loam 6.00 pm! Trains No 8, 4, 5 and 1 2 run dally. Palace Sleepuig Coaches on trains No 8. 4. ft and 11 between CuicluuaU anil New York. Sleeping Coaches on No 1 aud 8 between Cincinnati and Uortielbjvllle and between Cleveland and Murnella vllle dally, except Sunday, Pailnr cars between Hot nellsvlllo and New York. Hleeplng Coach on No. 8 aud 12 between clnelunatl and Boston dally, via Albany. Sleeping Coaches ou No. 4 aud 5 between New Yora and St. Louis without change. Hotel Coach on trains No 8 and 12 between Chicago and New York dally, via Mansfield. Tralu No. 8 eounectlona at Mansfield with the P. PL W. aC Railroad for Chicago and all polntelu the North west; Connections at LeavlttMburg for Youngstown and Pittsburg: at Meadvllle for oil Cltyi at Corry f" Tltua vllle; at Jamestown for Buffalo and Niagara jrallsj At Salamanca for Bradford and Uocuester; aud at ltlng- haiuton fur Albany and Buetou. close eoimectioua at Cincinnati, with trains tor tne aouui Aim west. No stop-over" a lowed upon local oclteta. A. K. CLAIOX. General passenger and Ticket Agent, Cleveland, unto. A. m. UKruua. General sjanager, uieveiana. u. CLEVELAND, AKRON & COLUMBUS RAILROAD. To take Effect May 28th, 1883. (JOINS sooth First STATIONS. M'J 2 aTm. Cleveland.... 8 25 Huilson 0 4(1 Cuyahoga F. . 0 68 Akron 10 14 New l-ortage. 10 20 Clinton 10 48 Warwick 10 61 Marshalvllle.. 1108 Orrvllle 1 1 25 Applel'reek.. 1142 Freilerlcksb'K 1155 HiilmetivHle.. 12 05 Mlllersbura.. 12 18 Klllnuck. .... 12 81 UlAck Creek.. 12 44 llsnn 1 OH Danville 1 1M Howard 1 211 Uamliler 1 BU ML Vernon... 1 40 Hangs 2 02 ML Liberty.. 2 12 Centerburg... 2 24 Cnndlt 2 88 Biinbory 2 4H Galena 2 58 Westervllle... 8 00 Columbus.... 8 86 Arrive P. M. First Class First Class Flrat Class Kxpfsa Accoin. Accom. 4 6 P. M. 2 Bl If. M 8 45 8 85 8 68 4 ON 6 (X 6 21 5 411 6 64 4 28 4 44 6 11 4 411 6 02 86 I1J 6 411 1102' 6 12 6 25 6 88 8 1H 6 2H 6 41 6 50 7 18 7 28 7 86 A. M 6 25 A BH P. M. 6 61 6 6 7 16 7 28 7 BH 7 48 btl 86 8 47 6 67 7 07 8 no 7 8 12 8 22 8 84 8 48 8 5H 7 HO 7 40! 7 62 H (la 8 18 9 0HJ 8 21 0 10 0 46 8 60 8 88! 0 06 SOIN8 NOB-rxt. Flrnt First First First ,TI,m le (liana clues Clasa KTA1TONS. !(!,, nan. Aoomn. Accom. 185 1 . " Lam. p. m. p. m. Columbus. ... 7 111 12 10 5 2( Westenrtlle. . 7 86 12 85 6 4M. Galena 7 61 12 60 6 OS Sunburf 7 68 12 56 6 111 Comllt ! 1 04 6 2J Cencerburg... 8 10 117 6 86 ML Liberty... 8 80 28 J 47 Hangs 8 4(1 1 87 6 57 ML Vernon... 8 68 1 4H 7 12 Gambler 0 Oft OO 7 26 Howard 0 15 1" 7 88 Danville 0 25 1 20 7 48 Gann 0 87 .2 82 7 67 Black Creek . 10 01 2 66 8 2(1 Ktllhnca Klil4 8 08 A. M. 8 BB Mlllerslmrgh. 10 28 8 22 6 46 8 45 llolinsvllle... 10 411 8 84 ft 68 P. M. Frederlcksb'g 10 51) 8 44 6 (8 ApploCTek.. 11 08 8 57 6 22 Umrtlle 11 25 4 16 b7 1(1 ' Marshalvtlka. 11 87 4 27 ' 7 2.1 Warwick 1 1 62 4 8U 7 87 Clinton It6h 4 44 7 46 Mew Portage. 12 15 4 6U 8 OB Akron 12 62 ft 14 8 2(1 Cuyahoga F. . 12 48 6 28 8 88 Hudson 1 06 6 48 8 68 .. Cleveland.... 2 26 0 66 1(1 lo Arrive P. at. ' P. M. A. XL B Breakfast, 8 Supper. R MONHAHRAT. M. T. ArTLBtTK, ' , tweUVl ImrWlubfAvifinl. . UflQ'l I-. Aot.. Aferuo, Ol OolnutHii, O. 0. H. AUU&M, TraWUUti tWIla WwODW, Ua LOO JCIS tt THE CROWN Put. 1883, has all the Intent Improvements, Including the BLAKR & DAVIS BURN KR AND SAKKTY TANK, also a combined water trap, sediment collector and antl pulllnK- air chamber, which la on no other stove. Every stove warranted. Vor sale by i . - LOOMIS & KENT, No. 20 Pub. Square. Redistilled and Deodorized Gasoline a Specialty. GEO. II. ; 1 -"' 1 V ' lu " CEO. L SFAXTGLER'S, THE BOSS H ATTEE & OEU T8' FURNISHER, No. 12 South Market Square, Hlgu of the Uold IIat)J Oaintim, Ohio, And No. 141 South Howard Street, Akr6n, O.' ' THE LAKUEfiT LINE OF Trunlio and TraTrolling Bags. GENUINE MEXICAN HAMMOCKS FOR $1.50. A FULL LINE OF SUMMER UNDERWEAR, IlOTli PIaAIN AND FANCY, i , 'Also a Complete Line of JAMES L. LIBBY & CO.'S CELEBRATED Soamloss-lQdgo . "'I . ' 1K)N'T FAIL Manilla, French Palm AT LOWER PRICKS THAN EVER OLOTHISJO. ILL 3KEI,JL"JL'" II. I- .. ..111... . I ' ". .- J ' MERCHANT TAILOR, SASTOH iBLOCK. : SPRING Canton, Ohio, April 3, 1883. Mv "NEW DEPARTURE" in Jrusiiuess is fully vindicated by a yea? of successful business; be yond my most sanguine hopes. And nearlv as mucn Dusmess in me A. V. A fm. . iw4laa aC IUO HI O li IU ill tuuuiiuo ui iaou jcua io uu b uaaajt couraging, but fully. proves ; that my effort and Plans for Cutting off the Enormous Profits neces- j. aV a a n m.. w i m Ann . m rn a I 1 vwn w .' A vjaai y B&IY LU KiCLl 1 V U1A UU91UC39 JLU tUD U1U WttV) Ul C7 UO" ing appreciated a's they are becoming known. Having sadly learned thai in. the old way of do ing business with Heavy Stocks, Trust, Trade and Wait, Big Rents and (Expenses that' iri re than two-thirds of all the profits made are" STO'v IN EXPENSES, and losses in Bad Accounts. &c. I adouted a: NEW DEPARTURE",,! IN,' BUSI NESS on the Strictly Economical Basis. of Small Rents, Mere Nominal Expense, No Trust, Np Bad Accounts, a Small Stock of Goods, supplemented by an endless variety of Samples from, the lead ing Cloth Houses in the 'Cities, ' giving inb a larger variety of styles , for mv. customers to make selections from, than any two houses in the county.1 And the last! year has shown jine that the trade as they learfr.of the advantages I offer will bu- where they can get;, THE ;BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST; MONEY, - Myjjines for the spring and summer aie full and qomplete. Call and see for yourselves. SAXTONBLOOK, KENT. rmi Ns f ,-11'iilS iVii'.. JB ISTOVE SPANOLES. A FULL LINK OF HATS and CAPS , i . .' i . , 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . .-. ; 1 1 IN THE LATEST STYLES AND AT- ices as Low as tUs Lowest AT 'Bosom Shirta. I !' I . 111 1'. 'I . . TO SEK OUll and Basket Braid Hats, OFFERED BKPORK IN ANT MARKET. GREETING ll- fill Hill. I- iaui six weeiis as iii iuo lnei wrnn w i a w sa Anlnon. t .ifU ' I I I Hill .1 f l ' 1 1 1 i I IMI't .vili, H. .IT