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Mr. Ed. 8. Raff has returned from
Omaha, Neb.
No quorum la the Council on Thurs
day evening.
Geo. B. White, of Chicago, la Tlaltlng
relatives here.
Mr. I. K. Goldberg, of our city, arrived
safely at Queenetown.
The ease of Ohio vs. Levi Dossier will
be given to the Jury to-day.
Frank M. Harsh, express messenger,
intends moving his family to Canton.
Carroll Republican.
The new steam yacht on Congress
lake Is a novelty. , It can carry sixty or
seventy persons.
Mr. Lewis Glbbs Is erecting a neat and
novel residence at the corner of Tuscar
awas and High streets.
Margaret Brantlngham, of Marlboro
township. Is aged iM, and David Bishop
of the same township Is 84.
Miss Lizzie McCurdy, of Akron, Is the
guest of Miss Grace Uaxlett, at the resi
dence of Mr. Joseph Saxton.
Mr. Louis M. Keefer has returned from
Delphos, O., where he has been visiting
his brother, Edward J. Keefer.
Conducting matrimony by telephone
Is getting to be quite popular here. Sev
eral engagements have ocourred.
Several Canton teachers attended the
meeting of the Ohio State Teachers' Aa-
s.iciation at unatauqua tnis weez.
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
will be administered In the Presbyterian
and English Lutheran churches to-morrow.
Davis, of Louisville. In this county.
made au assignment to John Keim of
that town. Liabilities 12,000, assets
J. S. Marauls. piano tuner, will be In
Canton about Angust 1st. Leave orders
at the Opera House Bookstore or at Bal
lard a uusio store.
About one hundred acres of tomatoes
will be raised In Marlboro township,
this county, this season. Of course they
are raised for canning.
On the night of the 4th a thief gained
entrance to Burr's drug store Dy prying
open an iron shutter and got M in en
yet from the money drawer.
The Jury In the cane of the State of
unio vs. Daniel zotavern, on trial ror
robbery, returned a verdict on Thursday
or guilty against the aeienaant.
A little two-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Beard, of Plain town
ship, north of Canton, was drowned In a
race near the house on Wednesday.
The County Commissioner promptly
offered a reward of $500 for the arrest of
the murderer of Mrs. Klrkland, of Mas
Billon. The reward will be paid upon
the conviction of the murderer.
For fine Rye or Bourbon whiskies,
Holland gin, brandies, both grape and
Cognac wines of all description, domes
tic and Imported, go to S. Bear, No. 45
East Tuscarawas street, Wlnterhalter
The Fourth at Meyer's Lake was duly
honored by parties from Canton, Massil
lon and the neighborhood. A thousand
or more were present during the day.
In the evening there was a tine display
of fireworks.
Mr. Isaae Hlrschhelmer, of the firm of
Hirschheimer Bros., started for New
York City yesterday, preparatory to sail
ing for Europe on the 11th Inst. Mr. H.
is accompanied by Col. J. 8. Crall, Mr. J.
Hchantz and Mr Frederick, of Mans
field. E4. Plero must have been defeated for
chief of the fire department because the
Repository adopted him as Its candidate.
Ed s a good fellow, but that was enough
to kill him. We understand that one
friend dodged who might have changed
the result.
At Massillon on the evening of the 4th
a fire started in the engine room of the
Massillon Paper Company's mill. Before
the fire department could do duty the
flames were beyond their control. All
the Insurance is in mutual companies.
to the amount of $10,000 The loss as
near as ean be estimated is 1,000.
No trace has yet been found of the
brute who murdered Mrs. David E. Klrk
land on the nlsrht of the 2d Inst- and
from the present outlook It ie probable
that the entity one will never be known.
The County Commissioners at a meeting
tnis week aeciaea to oner a rewara or
$500 for the arrest and conviction of the
murderer. With the reward offered by
Mayor Cole, of Massillon, this makes
$aoo, and it is ardently hoped that some
one ean Justly claim the total amount.
Miss Webster, who has been teacher of
vocal music in the (Janton public scnoois
for years, has accepted a similar posi
tion in the Wooster schools. Miss Web
ster resigned her position In our schools
last December, much to the regret of the
Canton Board of Education. The duties
of the position were arduous, and were
too much-wlth her home obligations.
Miss Webster is well acquainted in
Wooster and ie fully appreciated. Her
success is assured.
In view of the fact that Mr. Louis
Thorn's health having failed, it becomes
necessary for us to elose out our busi
ness at the Canton Fruit House. We
must vacate the room by the 15tn lust.,
and will sell at cost, for cash, up to
that date. Parties, wishing to buy gro
ceries will please eall and get prices, as
we mean what we say. Remember the
place Canton Fruit House, No. 20 and 22,
Foster & Co.
Look out for lightning rod sharpers.
The other day two well-dressed men
called on Samuel Lehman, m farmer In
Beaver township, Mahoning eountynd
after talking a short time secured his
signature to a eontract to furnish
lightning rods for his house. A day
or two later the rods were delivered but
not erected,' and npon making
inquiry Lehman learned that the
contract he had signed called
for nearly $400 worth of lightning rod.
Beelng that he had been caught, he gave
them $15 and received the contract, the
pair disappearing before warrants could
be served on them. Lehman has con
eluded not to have bis boose rodded at
least this season, and has a shot gun
loaded for the next agent that attempts
to enter his house. Alliance Review.
Died, on- the 7th Inst. Mrs. Mary Ann
Danner, mother of Samuel Danner, aged
74 years. Funeral will take place to
morrow (Sunday) at 2 p. m. from the
restdenoe or. hamuel Danner, on naai
Fifth street.
Marshal Schletrle. by a telegram
Thursday, from Cincinnati, learned of
the arrest or William tteonaru, me iei
low who stole $90 from Charlie Schu
macker. with whom he roomed In the
Slmler house. The Marshal left on Fri
day morning train for the prisoner.
Ilp.ii. If Vlitfiila Amnlnvttl ftt thin
office, was visited on the 4th by his
brother, Henry a. u. mcnois, oi ruw
burgh. Pa. He presented Horace and
wife with a handsome set of cut glass
ware. Mr.MoholslsoneoirittHDurgQs
finest sign and ornamental painters.
Marrlaire licenses have been Issued to
Harry Domon and Margaret Roberts,
Alliance; jonn Bcnmiui anu niuma u.
Rala. Crvtal Soring: William Haag and
Teresla Julngllng, Massillon; John lm
hofl and Mary Wilkison, Canton; Frank
8. Beeohey and Lizzie T. MeUee, Canal
Folton; George W. umer ana uora i iu
dall. Canton; Charles Warner and Cath
arine Strohl, Canton.
O a flhlalrla Ran.. Thnrmlav received
a telegram announcing the death of his
hrntliar Ur .fnhtl Hhinlila nf Wajihinir-
ton, N.'j., at Green Station. Montana,
wnue en route ior Dome iruui vtimur
nia, where he has been for eight months
n. hla honlth Mr Wm A Hlribrtr
fao U1 uin uocvu ' ' - -
Mr. Shields's brother-in-law, who has
Deen visiting at tne smeius resiueuvo,
started immediately for the remains.
Something new at New Berlin is the
creamery of Mrs. Mary Holl, located on
the farm of Ur. J. L. Bachtel. iinmetli-
ately south of the village. The milk of
some tto cows Is used, and ever; day the
cream Is churned and the butter made;
and choice butter it Is, as any one may
know by trying It, as the writer has.
Citizens of Canton can have this choice
creamery butter, all made of sweet
cream, of course delivered regularly, if
they desire it.
The Pioneer Liquor Store.
8. Bear has been engaged in the liquor
business In Stark county for twenty
years and has always enjoyed the repu
iatlon of dealing in the finest and pur
est Honors, both Imported and domestic,
Call and inspect the -stock, number 45
East 1 uscarawas street, in tne vv inter
halter block.
Excursions to the Northwest.
The Pennsylvania Company and the
Pan Handle Route have issued a neat
pamphlet giving the excursion rates to
the prominent health and pleasure re
Borts of the West and Northwest from
the principle points along their lines.
A copy can De ootaineu Dy auureHmug
any agent or tne companies, or h. a,
Ford, General Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
Valuable Mill Property for Sale.
We call special attention to the Sheriff
sale of Sheatzly vs. Sheatzly which is
take place on Saturday next at the court
house, mis property consists oi ine
Osnaburg Flouring Mill property and
is one of the best propeiiies of the
kind in the country, ine mm is a new
one, having been built only a few years
and Is doinir a good business. Parties
desiring to Invest in good property can
find no better opportunity man tins.
A Mastodon Tooth
A large mastodon tooth was found In
Jackson township near the Summit
county line by Jacob Goodeuberger,
wnue repairing a ouivert. me toom
weighed over three pounds and meas
ured fourteen inches In circumference
and six inches high. The enamel on
the tooth Is in a perfect state of preser
vation. The tooth was purchased by Dr.
A. W. Weidler, of McDonaldsviiie, who
has it now in his possession. It Is a
relic of an extinct monster animal of a
former period.
For the Monumental Fund.
The lawn fete to be given under the
Huspices of the Ladies' Anxilery Society
on Wednesday. Thursday. Friday aud
Saturday evenings of next week (July
11th, 12th, 13th and 14th) in the lawn of
Geo. D. Harter, North Market street,
nromlses to be the event of the season.
Extenslvearrangementa are being made
tor the occasion.
There will be twelve large tables fur
nished with everything that tne luner
man ean wish for. besides ice-cream.
lemonade, cigars, and many other lux
uries that will be served under regular
armv tents to be erected lor the pur
pose. Arrangements have been made
for Instrumental and vocal music by
the bands and the different singing so
cieties In the city during each evening.
The Cadets aad the Broom Squad of
young girls will be on hand to enliven
the occasion. A laree platform will be
erected for those who wish to trip the
Hunt fantastic, and a urst-ciass orches
tra will furnish thcmnsie. . There will
also be a number of tents erected on the
grounds on Louis avenne for sale stands,
which, together with the other tents,
will assume the appearance of a sold
iers' camolng irrouud. The grounds will
be brilliantly illuminated with gaso
line lamps. Let every one turn out aud
. I . V. a oaUI...' a mi it amdfwa .Inn.
umental fund.
The Falling of the Scaffold—The Cause
Stated By Mr. Blythe,
On or about May 10th I was employed
bv Daniel Holwlck. contracting car pen
ter of the City Buildings, to construct a
scaffold inside and outside around the
Cit Hall bnildinir at $2 per day. Mr.
Holwlck was to find all material and I
assist in building said scaffold at said
Dries. By order. 1 with other hands con
strueted the outer scaffold first, and then
want on to build the inner one.
knew we could not construct both scaf
folds out of the amount of material fur
nished by Holwlck and told him so, and
frequently asked him to provide more,
but all this time he neglected to do bo.
At the same time the masons were at
work and urging the Inside scaffold to
be built. I did all that I could, and that
was to take material from the outer
scaffold to build the inner, and I took all
I dare take from the outer and leave it
safe for use. After taking ail tnat could
be soared from the outer scaffold and
using all other material furnished, there
was not enougn material tu mass a mani
fold strong enongh for men to work on,
and I frequently charged those wheeling
brick to not load the scaffold heavily,
and did all I could to prevent any one
from getting hurt. I have beard that I
am censured with regard to this matter,
and I wish those eensurlng me to know
that I say and ean prove that the scaf
fold was constructed of a scanty amount
of material and too weak for want of
enough material to bear the ordinary
bnrdena of brick, stone, mortar and
Sheaves Garnered During Month of June
By the Ever Busy Reaper.
The following Is the mortality report
of the city of Canton for the month
ending June 30th, 1883:
Males 6
Total...., 15
Under 1 year 4
Between land 5 3
Between 10 and 15 2
Between 15 and 20 1
Between 30 and 40 4
Between 70 and 80 1
Accident, railway 1
Accident, drowning 1
Atelectasis 1
Congestion of brain 2
Consumption 1
Convulsions ' 1
Croup 1
Diptheria ., 2
Insanity '. 1
Malformation 1
The two deaths from diptheria were In
a family just arrived from Syracuse, N.
Y. The disease was prevailing In the
locality they left, and the children were
evidently infected previous to arrival
here. Two more of the same family
have since taken the disease, and every
rxecaution should be taken to prevent
ts spread. The present sanitary con
dition of the city may be pronounced
Death of Hon. James A. Estill.
By the following telegram from L. A.
Beebout, brother-in-law of the deceased,
we learn ex-Judge Estill, of Millers
liurgh, died on Thursday evening. The
following is the message:
MILLERSBURG, O., July 5, 1883.
To A. McGregor:
J. A. Estill died this evening. Funer
al Saturday July 7th, at two o'clock p.
Judge Estill's health gave way some
months ago, and he has only been await
ing his time, which he well knew was
nut far off. lie has long been known as
one of the most capable, sprightly and
etlicient editors iu Ohio. We knew him
well; had him as an associate for a time
near thirty years ago. He was a true
friend, and a magnanimous foe. lie
served two terms as Probate Judge of
Holmes county, and represented that
county two terms in the General Assem
bly. Ilis age is about 54, and he leaves
his wife and one married daughter and
hosts of frieudh to cherish his memory.
Cheap Homes.
Wishing to build a few more houses
this fall, and having several yet unsold,
1 will sell two 2 story, Broom, slate roof
houses, and one 2-story, 4 room, slate
roof house very cheap and on easy terms.
These houses have full cellars, stone
walls, and are built of modern design.
Also have a number of beautiful build
ing lots, that I will sell cheap and on
long time to parties desiring to build
2-story houses. This liberal offer will
remain but thirty days.
No. 32 W. 8th street.
Change of Time.
The following change of time on the
Valley Railway will take place on Mon
day next :
Northward No. 2, express, 7:50 a. m.;
No. 4, mail, 3:50 p. m.; No. tl, express,
11:17 a. in.; No. 12, Sunday, 4:o p. m.
Southward No. 1, mall, 10:53 a. iu. ;
No. 3, express, 5:1 1 p. iu.; No. 5, accoin.,
9:15 p. in.; No. 11, Sunday, 0:41 p. iu.
Trains No. I and a daily.
Change of Time. NOTICE.
Strayed from the subscriber's place.
on July 3rd, two cows and a heifer, one
a dark brown with oue horn bent down.
and one a bright red, about to become
fresh; the heifer is also a bright red.
Any information regarding the same
will be liberally rewarded by leaving
word at Spangler's Hat Store, or ad
Canton, Ohio.
Congress Lake.
Social parties, music and dancing.
commencing Monday evening, July 2d,
1HH3. and continuing every evening un
til the end of the season. The Couuot
ton Valley Railway will run a special
train from Canton to the Lake, leaving
Canton 7:15 p. m., returning from Lake
Gen'l Manager C. V. R.
E. BARNETT, Man. Congress Lake.
Great Bargains.
For sale, three 2-story. 4 to & room
slate roof houses, cheap and on easy
terms. Also cheap and beautiful Duiid
ing lots, on long time to parties who
will build. This liberal otter only open
for thirty days.
No. 32 W. 8th Street.
Parties having accounts with Louis
Thorn & Co. or the Canton Fruit House
will call and settle on or before July
as the books must be closed
FOSTER & CO. Removal.
Mrs. L. K. Nell has removed from Room
No. ') in the Saxton Block, to the store
room formerly ocenpied by N.U. Chance,
.1 I ' "I .1 II 1 1 1, tl
tue jeweler, nu. ct oi. v-ioun uuiiuiutr.
Senatorial Aonoanoamenta.
of AlllaiH-e, as a candlilate for Senator of Uie Stark and
Carroll blaulot, uuojeut to the ileaioeratlc utstrtvt Con
veuuon. ALLUMja uaHOUAta ia.
Short Line Road of Communication Between
Buyer and Seller.
For a fine article of pure Holland Gin
go to J. A. Hacninan s.
Dannemiller's Cordova coffee retains
its strength and. aroma. Ask your gro-
eer lor it.
J. A. Bachman keeps an extra fine
quality of pure Grape Brandy for madic-
iual purposes.
Bst five cent cigar In the city at Al
len W. Smith's store, at the old Oanne-
miller corner.
There will be a grand excursion to
Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado,
on July 17th over tho U. f. Hallway.
For particulars eall on or anil reus,
H. H. Obictino. U. P. R'y Ag't
Canton, Ohio.
J. H. Colly, Wholesale Agent for the
celebrated Philip Best Milwaukee Lager
and Export Beer. Families ean have
orders filled by addressing P. O. Box 252,
or at the Bottling Works, at No. 43 East
Tuscarawas SU. Canton, O.
J. A. Bachman, No. 35 8. Tosearawas
street, has just received a large ship
ment of genuine Export Lager Beer
front the celebrated Uoerlein Brewery,
Cincinnati. This Lager Beer la maaa-
factored expressly for the export trade,
and is the finest beer made In the coun
try. Mr. Bachman will keep this cele
brated beer bottled for family use Per
sons wishing a good article of beer
should not fail to call at Bachman's.
J. A. Bachman has just received an
other lot of Fine Imported Liquors,
the finest to be found, and
among them are the celebrated Maag
Hlt.tArs and thn Veritable Bonedietlne
Liqueur de L'Abbaye de Fecamp.
I respectfully announce to the public
that 1 can offer- all the advantages of a
first class optician and ocoulist. Per
sons In need of spectacles will be prop
erly fitted and satisfaction guaranteed.
Efhraim, Thb Optician,
Opera Biock.
For Sale.
House and five acres (well suited for
country Blacksmith) for sale in Palmyra,
Portage county, O. Will sell or trade
for city property. Enquire at this office.
House and Lot For Sale.
Situated on the corner of South Market
and William streets. Will be sold in
part or as parties wish. For terms call
on E. D. Ely, Akron. O.
For Sale.
The brick house and frame factory
building Immediately north of the Pitts
burgh & Ft. Wayne railroad, on the
east side of Market street. Will sell
separate or all together. Inquire of A.
S. Van Buskirk, assiguee of W. M. Shook.
. -s
For Sale at a Great Sacrifice.
The Quest residence aud choicest lo
cality in Alliance, O., situated on Mt.
Union street; containing 20 acres of
good laud; barn eontaing 0 stalls; good
supply of water and fruit. Address,
G. H. BATES, Alliance, O.
of the prettiest Cards you ever saw,
name on, 10c. 30 Duplex Transpar
ent Cards, name on, 10c. W. J. Kaf
roth. West Karl, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Persona moving West or Koiiitf
West prospecting should not Tail
to call on or write lor rat- to II.
II. C1KKT1NO, oilioe in lewees'
Hat Store, Canton, O.
NEW YORK, July 6th, 1833.
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of prime M M Uooo 20; llooU at 6 25a 5 7o; couiuioli
at t l 6Ud5 no
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shup Httoflpui 4OO0 heal; market fair; hkIhb of
prime at 15 l . It 15; at 46 U5d6 75; oumiuou
at 95 uiigp J lb
CANTON, OHIO, July 7th.
The followliMl will befouuil oorrect quotations this nay
of the retail price to eoueuuiers of tue articles uaiueu:
mu, lard. au.
Apple Butter. V aal.al OO Oheese, B) 16X20
butter, V R Ill BttK. V tlol...
Iwlrii 15
riour. aiaacK n$l 115 Uorn Mini, V sack 'Rc
ttuiftwlHiKt Flour. 4j Dj.,6 oat Meal. " o
Uraliaui flour, f Hi U Uomlui. V qt ft
vraerARl.m and VHitlTtL
UauhaKX, V heail . ..ftwl2 IUaIhIus, f ID 1IM25
TilruIlM, l biirtuel 25 rTuii,Krein:!i.V Hi 1 Urt2j)
rolalnee. uew. pec., tie: ivuus iuiii, w "' . . iv
liraiiiHvrim. iia in iwuimi,iiiw ia
Utterrlaa, uew, V qt 20 Soup Ikwiis. V it.. lOrM J
vaanH and curhd mkatb.
rrmh Port. Vf--12H'I4 Slioulilers. V IT. 12
Beef Steaks. ...14rtl8 lireakiatt Uaoiiu. t Hi. . . 16
beef Iomwu ' ,l'ilgtr- Veal, " ...UVrlH
lrMllleM. 2IIUI25 beef, holllliK, " .Btfl2'-4
HHnts,BU4 itNj.ni. Id l-ora Chops, M 14
tfauia otimitry, y Bi....ltt
UhlMens, live 14 1 urlcem, alrm. VDV...12
UlUcaeus, dressed, V Oi IS Turkeys, Urewuxl.V HI., lo
Stiver Drip, v gal 75 uommon l"rlp, ft gal. . .R
ttooil imp, 00 N O. (pauses, ...V.0
Wheat, old.
.0(1 12 barley 976
45 Itre rt75
Hay tUIMIrtlUCM)
... Clover Seed
lift Tunotliy
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Ooru, old...
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An Ordinance
To amend section one of an ordinance
entitled "An ordinance to estahlish
a grade on Ninth street, between the
east side of Eberhard'a Malleable
Iron Works, and the east end of
ast Creek bridge, passed Nov. 24,
1879," and to cbauge the present
established grade tbeieof.
Harmon 1. Be It ordained by the City Council of
Ilia city nr iAiitoa, tin 10, Tiiai eeo.iuu ooe
of au ordinance, entitled "An ordinance to
etailtsa m urade on Nlntb btreel, betwden
tlie eaat aide of tne Malleable Ironworks and
Itieeantenti of a ant Oi eea Bridge," on aald
stree', lie ao amended an h rea-t aa follows:
That tba ttrade for Kaat Ninth street from
I tie Malleable Iron Works u tbe eeal end of
what le known aa the Baal Creek Bridge, la
berehyohenKed and eatabltsne 1 In tne follow
lug manner. BeiflnniDfi at the Malleable
iron worse on main street at an elevation
ol J4.S0 faet. thence ewltwardlv 400 feet 1 1 an
elevation of 7a.aU feet; Ibence ewtwardly 9 '5
feet to a point opposite tba oenter of Yonria
street le an elevation of 71. 10 fwe.1, Tbeme
eaatwardlv 40 feet to an eievatioa of 10 fw I:
thei ee eaatwardly to the bridge over Kaat
treek to tbe same elevation. The above ele-
vatlona applylnf to the center of tbe street
aud tbe curbstone lines, wltb aide gutters ten
tnobea deep, excepting from a point 440 feet
east ward I v from Youdk street and f om
which po nt the grade of the nutter shall he
noutlnned eaatwardly with a unliorm
fall of three) Inobea per hundred feet to said
rtrldye. The elevatlnua having reference to
ine rienen atari on muain ttouae aa as
labllsbed by ordlnanoe
Hei tu u t. Tbat sactieo one of aald ordinance
so hereby amended be and the same la here
by repealed.
, Sec a. That this ordinance shall take effect
from and after Its passage and legal publlcattou.
rawed July 2, la&e.
R. 8. 8H1BLDS.
President of tbe Council.
Attest: I. at. Q HI MRS, Clly Clerk.
Legal Notice.
Ellen ("oltinrn. whim Diane nf resMenee Is nnknown
In Uie ptalnurf. le berebt ooUfled Uiat William Oubiirn
did. an Uie 6Ui day 4 July, A. U. I HHH, Die bis petition
Iu Uie amoe of the t.'lert of the Ouurt uf Oomimiu Fleas
within and fnr the cmiUr of Htark and state uf Otilo.
charslnc Uie said Bllen I'olbam with willful absence
mini Uie ptainuv rur more uian uiree years lent past,
and anklua Uiat at may be dlv.a-ceil fnmi Uie said Ellen
Ostium, whteb peUUiia will stand tor bearing at tue
next luetooer, laBSl tersi of aaiu cnun.
July 7, ISHB.-I.W by A. o. Hiaaa, bis Airy.
Legal Notice.
A (lass sjrMwTer, residing at Abilene, ISrklneon enrmty,
Kaneaa. will take nntlee Uiat uu Uie If hui day of June,
A. O. IHHX, aarah Htielfnr rtled ber petlllim In the IJmirt
of Onrnmno Fleas, tKarfe euuiity, Oblo, helna eause num.
ber 2 lofi prating fur alimony to be charged ua defen
dant's real and perwmal eslsle. and Uiat an bilunrtlun
ass been bwaeil restraining defendant frorn disposing
of said pronertv and uist Mid cause will be for bearlug
en and after tae lataoay si august, ihsh.
mono a mcc'ARtt,
JaaeSO-l.w Alt'ys fur rlalnMO.
Administrator's Notice.
tteOas Is awsby gtvan that tbe erefevsurned has been
nly apputnted and auallOed as admtulacratnr sf tne
sate ui Uanry tlrabsr, lata at mark, coui.tr, (Hue,
preasen. ,uns u. .iaav,
taaaao-A idmlnasrate
bull, doq rvva.
thf7MlOog "OR
An we m net ui cuaituPinurata Uie tunilvnrMiry of Ain-
rlcmo IndpeudiNtoa, it Is ilttluic that we Htiould larii tty
outline a ptirtlim of many Improvimim.ts wtilnb have
been effected aiul perfected since "Uifl rtayt of eveuty
tilx " foul a we Have tlwn vlnltetl the entire Inhabited
prUon of the embryo tteimbllc, we could not have ob
tained a dime's worth of Bull lg In the continental
country I
To-ltay, we nml the Dull la at every store In city.
town and country. Iu the momlnif tlie raercbant U'lrv
Ifrabbs or telentHinm hlH order tor Hull Ioir, mid at eve
ning receives It by liHThluliuc exitress. Ju those early
dayM, the Dull Tobaccos teleitrapU. and teinhone
wer alike unknown.
The Uull Ihnc Is the ouUrrowth or the Amerlcait Idea
off maJUns the beet aud utUes the bent of everythlnir.
as Amerlcau Independence aBnerts Itnelf In Uie detenul
natiiw to obtain Uie brat, wherever made, at whatever
cost. ,
'lVday, we read in the dally prem the National events
of yesterday and Uie latest Bull Doff wlverUseiuenta.
The people or other countries vwlt us and taste ror the
Hint time the Bull INw tobacco, and after visiting Uie
hundreds of points or Interest here, they return, bear
lug Willi Uiem samples of Hull Dog tobacco, that their
friends may test tlie favorite chew of Uncle Sam. Thus,
people of foreign lands learn tliat America produom
luxurlos Uiey knew not of, ami as Bull Dug's fame ex
tends through Uie old world, we can not wonder Uiat a
constant tide of lmmlgraUoa sweeps tn our shores of
tbouHanda who desire to dwell lu Uie "lsiul of the
Vree," where Bull Dog is ever to be obtained.
A f"1 and Dae skMrt-
ftsf meat f
. Wtt&r UdMren1!
g nRA CjES'
TVI XUibtrer
. Trusses
ana A
3 atacCwr-
A large J
line fW(r
for all wants,
CratarCiavJal atirS r)ll.. W
A H II K R M, If Ftsher's fK A I R I K Mower
Knife Oiiuder Is not sold In your place, send
Hl.il far Hnmsile. 1 keep Uepalra for
the Aetna lllowers and Itenvers. Send
fin- t.'atalogue of Karml peclaltlea Mu
Uun UilM pajier. Aililrmi
IIKNUY HMIIIIIt, Canton, uble.
H fe'i. ' aTl "" 7",,',
h sl 1 i gill 12 Ei
I wlh to ftell mir rarm loeated 2 miles eaat oC Munll
ton, ou tue uautxm rowi, ouutuduiig; m
Then In on the farm a sonfl iMuee, and etlter bnlldltm
oniliard, aud la well watered. Jp'ur tvrmn, ttc, call oa
oratklraw. , J AO. KlrHKK,
1 o souui cnrrf sinwc.
Ion 1 tt-fftn Uautou, Ohio,
Road Notice.
To John Horn, off Hay Cltr. Kills entintr. In the State
off KaiuuM: You are brt1y notitfetl that at tlie Jun urn
aisin oi uie uoiuiiiiMHiouHni oj huu-k oduiiu. uiuo. arrana
l.rttiea and otiiom Hind Uwlr ptttlUon fur a ommtjr road
aH fKidrwrt' BHtlnulnff at a pulnt lu the erntr of tbe
puhlto ruad ImmIIiik from Lulnvtlle U StruMtiiirirh on
toe townMiiip utie of washinicuvn ana nimMimifm uwn
Hlii prt, and runnliiB wnith ou tiald towriHlilp Hue Uironirh
landa owned by Ueortre lilane (Id aea IH), Kraiik 4,rirtei
(in mn, in), j omtpn Krai tin (in aen. im, aiti Kpurairu
lHrmmw in eeo. iv). miiifMiu or wanniniruHi ttiwrwnp,
In said MMUJty: Maurice Uuilln .lusty;. I'At. Joint Knoll
In sec. 18), Martha Horn (In sue. ia, John Horn (in
nno. 1HL Andrtw Heehnr (In sea IH). Christian Kroph
(In ato. 24), Mary, (aVennrn, Nlculae and Auicuutuji
ca.mHot (in wpu. a-ii auu Mainum iiicauna (in hvc a-t),
rmldeiita off Nlinlnlilllnn umuahlp. In nald county, and
unliiatiiii? In Uieeeuervr of the pahllc rtamd ihwIIiik
irout HarrbiiMirirn to Farts. That viewtm aud a sur
veyor of aald road wwn appilnbMl ly t:Uft J4moiiiIrh1hv
era, aiMl Uiat aald trifiwrnra and aurrttyor will nK at the
place of heieluuliiff of said omuiiy rad on the 10th day
uf Aiitfutit, A, 1. HHH, at 10 o'clock a. m , to enter
upon the illacharite of their uathw.
June 80th, lH8S.-taw Frluclp-U FeUUoner.
Notice ts berehy fflyea that the vnderalffaetl, aaaltrnee
in vuHt rur uw omtf n. or uie ereniiors or irti w.
Kintrattury, has this day filed in the Frnhate trourt of
Btark eMinty, (thto, his petition praylntf fur an ntr
aiittioniltiK nim u smi or oUrrwuv uiHpnse of tht fol
Umiinx daiiiui. betontrlnn to riatd attslKi-ur, and which
nave bsootue umperate tu-wit:
Louta Hanlner 19.77
A. w.iJuwiin
Hmiry Kti(anyder...
.John A Hiulth
fJlareueeJulTer.... .
O. O. fMHWMwrvtl.
Tbomaa Harahall...
A. a Wlee.,
laae iiorr
14 4R
a 1.4
, B at ty
. 17 v a
And ahont aerenty other elalms ranalcMr
Irotn flftr cants tn tHi dollars.
8ald ptHiUon will to Urn beartnar en the 1 th day of
duty, au if. inn a. a. u. nirvAis jutMKiM-.
luueal?. lBSli.-)uJ7-ow
Executor's Notice.
Notice Is berehy irrven that the mnAmkgntvi baa been
duiy appointed and qiuUlhed aa executor of the eataue
jaw I 4. 9idv, JUseni
I ill
This is iioliogua OiTor, nor made
Fide Sacrifice at Prices Lower Than Any Other
Honse in Stark County.
J. 0. Palmer,
II. W. WERT8 & OO.
Carriages, Buggies,
Wagons, &c., iiC.
Of the quality of our
there is none built surpassing it in elegance of
design, nne finish, or
and trust that the excellence of the work manu
factured by us may secure a share of your pat
We are also Dealers In the
Three Makes of N. Y. Buggies & Spring Wagons,
Four Makes of Columbus Buggies,
Amesburry Buggies, Phaetons, &c.
Chicago Buggies, Phaetons, &c,
Cincinnati Buggies, The Best,
Boad Carts, All Styles and Prices.
.Any work you buy of us you can feel assured
that it will be as represented. We never mis
represent goods, but sell them for what they
really are, and you will find that our prices are
10 per cent, lower than the same work can be
purchased for any where in Ohio.
OaU aiixl
Alone to Draw, bnt a Genuine Bona
Canton, 0.
work we wish to state
thorough workmanship,
Following Makon of Buggies:
See TJs.

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