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THE STAltJft COUNTY DE2HH RAT, MAIM II 10 1887.
AN AMERICAN BRIG! Of Seven Guns and Ninety Men Fight the Battle of Fayal Against Three British Ships of the Line Against Three British Ships of the Line and Two Thousand British Seamen--- The "Thermopylae of the Ocean" and "Demon Americans" There baa lain upon the desk of the President for some time a piaio, bibbi aoabbarded eword, old faabioaed In style and serviceable rather than ele gant, slightly carved, somewhat battered ana generally a weapim tui iuu&a an inonga it naa seen bbiyics. auu uan, and service, too, In one of the most herolo actions aesormea in iub pages 01 lmrliiti hlntrirv. A day or two ago the President sent this sword to congress, buuhwiu yiuu ably be-'ome the dnty or the National museom, in which eo many other ralna ble relics are deposited, to give It a place in which It may be seen in com pany with a ahetch of the hero and the neroio coniesi mat muo u oomou Tha nraanntntlnn to ConsreSP. through the President, by Col. Sainael C. Rsid of this battle saber of bis father, the late S-nnnel Chester Beld, who commanded the Uiiited Status private armed brig of war Gen. Armstrong at the battle of Fayal, In September, 1814, Is excuse enongb for reviving some Incidents whloh have passed out of mind. The Armstrong was a little brlgof but 240 tons, carrying but seven guns and ninety men. She was attacked in the neutral waters of the Azore islands by a British squadron, consisting of the Bblp of the line Plantsgenet, the frigate Rota and the sloop of war Carnation, with a total amount of 136 guns and 2.000 men. The British lost over 300 of their picked men and officers in killed and wounded, The aotion has well been called the "Thermopylae of the Ocean," for no naval battle In ancient or moJern history Is comparable with that of the Armstrong at Fayal, either as to the unequal forces engaged, the unyleldlDg and inflexible bravery of her t doers and crew, nor as to the grand resuus wnicu luuuweu iu the defeat of the British expedition acfttnHt Lnnisiana. The height of heroism and romantic chivalry were displayed by Captain Beld and bis crew In the last act of this extraordinary naval drama. Afte scuttling his vessel to save her from eantnre he went ashore with his men and arms, when the commander of the sqa dron, Admiral L.oyd, demanded their surrender and threatened to sera 600 meu to take them. Beld retired with his men to an old gothio convent, whloh he fortified, knocked away the drawbridge, ran up the American fl g and bade the enemy defiance. Lloyd quailed under this last exhibition of neorlc courage.saying tuey were u.iuuub and not men. The squadron under L'.oyd was on Us way to the island oi Jamaica to join me great fleet assembled there under Admi ral Lord Cochrane, afterward Karl of Dandonald, who was confidentially In trusted with the secret expedition for conquest of Louisiana. The last hope of England to wrest the control of the Mia- eisaippi river and tne province oi .Louis iana from France had been foiled by Napoleon, who, seeing he had no means of protecting it from the conquest of Eajriand, ceded it to the United States in 1803. . : it On the declaration of war by the United States in 1812, England's eyes were onoe more turned to the coveted possession, and after making a demon stration against nasmugion auu Bal timore, ehe assembled her combined flee.a, no longer needed for the block ades of the French coasts, at Negril bay, Jamaica, to carry out this great design The oriDDled condition of Lloyd's equad ron had created a delay of over ten days in repairing damages, as tbey were occupied three days alone in burying their dead. On the arrival of Lloyd at Jamaica a further delay of a wees took place, Admiral Lord Cochrane being furious at Lloyd's disaster, which final ly t roved fatal to the expedition. The fleet did not arrive off Lake Borgne nn til four days after the arrival of General Jackson with his forces, which barely gave him time to make a defense, bo that, bad the fleet arrived ten days be fore, when New Orleans and the coast was utterly defenseless, an easy con quest would have been made, and once in possession it is doubtful if the treaty of peace would have been ratified by angiano. xnus it is cieany uewuu. Btrated that it Captain Beld had Barren dered his vessel against such an over whelming force, which he might have done without the imputation of coward ice, Louisiana might to-day be under the flag of St. GUorge. To Captain Beid ia not only due the credit of this vlotory, bat its general re sults in saving a domain now more than three times larger than the territory of France, and it is worthy to be remem bered that this gallant sailor became afterwaid the designer of the present form of the United States flag, as adopt ed by Congress in 1818. His name and fame deserve to be commemorated, and Congress should show the gratitude of the people by making an appropriation for a substantial and enduring testi monial to his bravery and usefulness. STATE AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Toledo brush makers on a strike. ' Aabtabila pays taxes en 1280 dogs. . Ravenna Republican cackles over an egg 7a9 inches. Warren Disciples will build a $20, 000 churph this summer. . " One hundred old bums have signed the pledge in Monroevllle. Engineer Bramble, injured In the last B.&0. wreck at Tlffla, la dead. The United Presbyterians of Xenla are talking of buying the Xenla College. YouDgstown Salvation Army about ? stored oat. Should never have petered n. Mansfield 2-year old baby swallowed a bean which lodged in her wind-pipe. Willdie. . , Ohio bees manufacture fifty tons of honey annually, and produce a revenue ot 1160,000. . Flndlay has planked down the neces sary $25,0C0 to seoure the Caruthers' rolling mill. f i 'Dogs killed twenty-three sheep for the Noznm Bros, at Barnesvllle ' on Wednesday. The auditor of Wood" county Is; said1 to receive a. larger salary, than, the Gov ernor of the State. , ,.t-.. .Colored ftarkiea of Columbus on Fri day held a. jubilee over the repeal of the bjackiaws ot Qhlo. -A A Governor Foraker gave a lah-de dah reception to the members of the Legis lature, Thursday night.., ' John Handley, 81 year old Sandusk lan, fell from the train Hear Findlay yettterday and was killed. Jackson Bobuck, ' aged seventy,' of Manchuster, In appareut good health, dropped dea en Wednesday.- . A Salem .tola Inter after marrying a couple, was presented by the groom wim an envelope containing, not a ten dollar marriage tee, but a slip of paper upon which wan written: "We desire your prayers." Samuel AUerton, near Mapleton, has gone so mad that four men are needed to hold him. Hs will go to Newburg. Senator Ely will not hasten h's de parture to California but will stay and help his friends pat through the Cleve land ripper. The report of the State Superintendent shows that there are 20,682 sobools la the State at present, an increase ot 426 over last year. Sunday closing barbers are deter mined to have Sunday openers prose cited for violating the closing ordi nance at Toledo. Fonr kids In the Mt Vernon Jail for burglary had almost tunneled them selves r nt, when a "rat" squealed and tbey were coerced to remain. ' D yton Journal reports that from 18 to 20 barrels of beer per day are sold at the beer hall of the National Soldiers' Home during the winter months. Luther Stewart has given his solemn "hope to cross his breast," to the Barnes vllle Law and Older Soolety, that he will never, never sell whisky any more. The boiler of a locomotive exploded at Hansincr Rock. 0 . dangerously wound ing Wm. Mundell, the engineer, knock ing a boy off a wagon, ana aoiug otner mischief. Clermont county is on the fence crow- log for Jim Campbell, for the Demo cratlo nomination for Governor. Says his name is worth two hundred votes to that county. ( T. L. Clark & Bob. leading aanens- ware and carpet merchants of Newark, made an assignment last night to J. L. Crltobfleld. Liabilities $12,000; assets about $17,000. Bills Dassed the House Wednesday permitting the villages of North Balti more and Bowling Green, to isme bonds tor the pnrpose of raising tanas to anil for oil and gas. John Warhelt. prominent business man of Portsmouth mysteriously dis appeared on Thursday morning, and they don't know what has become of Dim. Fear sulolde. The arjoroDrlation for the new San- dnekv soldiers' home was left out of the general bill, and Wednesday a special meagre passed the House granting $100,000 fcr that institution. Hon. Horace Alvord. of Painesvllle, prominent Democrat and distinguished lawyer, was anocKed amy oy uonneaui Accommodation on the Lake Shore road. Pioked up for dead. May recover. Mansfield women are boycotting a newspt per because it publishes adver tisements of saloons, and the liquor dealers are boycotting business men who signed prohibition petitions. While attempting to draw a m ill ntil the other day. it flew oot and struck in the eye ball of Mr. D. Hodg son, of Lancaster. Had to pall it out' with a pair of tongs, win be onna. The Cleveland. Loralne & Wheeling Railroad Company, will build a rolling mill at B ideeDort. for the manufacture cf raila and other Iron work and also mock, pig and bar iron lor the eastern markets. ; Mattl Fhersaon Eoivloaho. a native of Finland, la nnder arrest at Mt. vernoo, 0 for attempting to kill two men, and is not able to understand . one word of English, and no one there understands nis language. 4 Orders have been issued by all the western railroads that hereafter the sale of rebate tickets to commercial travelers will be discontinued, but mile age tickets will be furnished at two and one-halt cents per mile. While William Davidson, the Adams express company's agent at urrvllle, on the Cleveland. Akron & Columbus rail road, left bis efflt'o for a brief time on Thursday night, $1,000 in cash was ta ken from the safe. Ho clue. Senator Ely has introduced a House iolnt resolution, to submit at tne com ing ran election, ror ine rote or tne people of Ohio, a constitutional amend ment elvlna to women the privilege of becoming storeocx statesmen ana naiiot box staffers. A very unnatural curiosity may be seen at J. B. Young's, of Mlddletown township, Columbia ia county, it is a Dicr with only one ear and one eye. on opposite sides of its head. The little fellow seems thrifty and Is otherwise the best pig in tne lot. Richard 8pangleborn, penitentiary convict from Mahoning county, hascom oleted his 18 months' term, for a crimi nal assault, and returned to Youngs town. He was said to have been a model prisoner. It Is to be hoped that be will now become a model man. Mrs. Anna Bird, of Mansfield. Is a rather wild pallet, and has been trying to make a cuckold of her Jerry. But Jerry wants it distinctly understood that he Isn't that kina of a bird and bag besun suit for divorce. Congressman Geddls' son is accused of going nest- bldlng with her on different occasions. Ross White, a farmer's boy residing near Akron, was playing with a neigh bor's dog Tuesday, when the animal sud denly showed signs ot rabies and attack ing the lad tore terrible wounds in his face and neck. The boy's condition is serious from the shock and loss of blood and hydrophobia la feared. The dog es- When A. F. Fellows, of Gallon, was dug out of the mud last Tuesday even- lug, he remembered tnat ne naa lit there a few minute after the Ft. Wayne passenger train bad given him the g. b. He wasn't much hart but felt rather discouraged. His horse wasn't injnred. but his buggy was reduced to a pile or splinters. . , ' ' Duncan Ross feels hurt at the way he was treated at Wooater. John Mowry backed Ft A. Willie In the recent match with Duncan Ross to the amount of $100, and Ross was to receive 26 per cent, of the gate receipts If he won and nothing if he lost After Willie's defeat, Mowry garnlsheed the money In the hands of the stake holder, and a lawsuit istheresnlt. Yoongstown, went to the door at a late boar of night in answer to a anoca, iney noticed a couple of women hurrying away, and a bouncing boy baby squal ling on the doorstep. Mr. and Mrs. Fry didn't give chase to the women, bat oonoladed to adopt the little waif In stead of waiting to get an heir in the old fogy way. , . o :; i Longview Asylum, at Cincinnati, with capacity for 450 patients, has now en rolled 745. The Superintendent pats 800 of them to sleep on the floor, stands thsm nn In the corner, or string ... them on poles, like our mothers asedj.to dry - i-1 nr. ntmAn n'm M t pUBipniUB. ns ho luiucm a.a.iu w "point with pride" to the State charita ble, institutions, any more. ,.1 Judge Greeni of Akron, on hearing a motion for a new trial in the Heppert seduction e se the other day, took oooa sion to say that if he bad been a mem ber of the Jury that convicted Heppert he would have disagreed with the rest on the point of seduction as he did not believe tnat aeppert seaaoea tne gin, but gave it as his opinion that the girl was bad and that the promise of mar riage ctme ntter that. He said that the mother of the itirl, who Is Ml-s Fannie Miner, was to biame because she let her child run around at night aud permit ted her to go to tbe Solvation Army bar racks which, the Judge said, he oousid-. ) ered nothing more than a house of as- sigoaiiou or hkb umo me Baawng nvm as to morals. The Judge is not alone in mis op nion. George Holland, of Centersburg, 0., has been arrested for getting money under raise pretenses. Joseph Reiser of Ripley. 0., tried to out his throat, but the Reiser wasn't sharp and be may recover. Thomas 8hay was arrested at Kenton, unio, and taken to beilerontaine, wbere he la wanted on a charge of grand lar ceny. Youngstowh Council has resolved to have a new $75 000 city building, In case the voters ratify Its aotion at the April election. A Democratic Tariff Reform Associa tion has been organized In Tuscarawas county, with a membership of two bundrei. The four years old daughter of Mrs. Alice Booth, of Winchester, Ohio, was fatally burned by its olotbes catching fire from a grate. Nine farmers near Delaware, Ohio, have recently been swindled by Bohe mian oats agentu, of amonnts ranging from $100 to $300. Bertha Sheck, 18 years old servant girl, was burned almost to death, on Tuesday at Akron, by her clothing taking fire. Possibly may recover. Burglars entered tbe residence of A. A Barnard, at Wooster on Tuesday nigh', by turning the door key with nippers, and got away with $25. Two colored boys, aged fifteen aud ten years, are in the hands of the law rt Xenla for committing a rape on a little colored girl seven years old. Jebn DeWltt Miller has been lecturing Wooster on the "Vaea of Ugliness.' The girls, over that way, didn't sem to know what they were made for. Miss Eva Walker, living at Emerald, Ohio, while walking near a horse, wa kleked in the stomach, Inflicting injur ies whloh will prove fatal. Her body was also badly bruised. Hon. C. H. Kent, an old and well known merchant of Kent, 0., dropped dead Tuesday, aged sixty-five, of heart disease. The town derived its name from the father of deceased, Zenas Kent. And now it is John Rooney, of Cin olnnatl, that has turned np and says he Isn't dead, and wants to find the man who Is luggln' around and tryin' to give away his legacy ot $250,000 In the ould ooun nry. Mrs. John Cleave of Akron, suffering from stricture of the cewphsgu", caused by thoracic tumor, which prevented nonrlsbment from entering her stom aob, died on Tuesday after sixty-six aays of fasting. A bill Introduced Into the legislature provides that all county others shall pay the excess of fees over and above 2.500 and clerk hire into tne eotW treasury. Estimated that 'twill save the State $80,000. It Is offlolally stated that the Biltl more & Ohio Express Company has rormea connection witn tne uinoianati, Hamilton & Dayton Ballroad by which their business is extended over 400 miles of new territory. ; A bill is before the Legislature to re quire the Superintendent of Public In stitutions to charge fifty cents for each meal furnished to any person not an in mate of the Institution, and not an offl cer or member of an cflhera' family. At Cleveland a Woodland avenue street ear was struck by aC.& P. freight train Monday night, and badly damaged Three people were in the oar but they escaped through the rear door and the driver saved his horses by pulling the lynch pin and allowing them to run. No flagman was at tbe crossing and when tbe car reached tbe track the two engines of the train were only ten yard away. The street car was carried a hundred feet down the track There is a married couple in Xsula who have not spoken to each other in twenty years, the result of a little mat rimonlal tiff at breakfast one morning. They have lived in the same house, l.e attending the farm and supplying the household. 8 he sets his meals for him, as usual, bat retires to the kitchen while he eats, bat leaves the written order for the family supplies at his plate on the table. Their only child has long since left the a.' lent and unhappy home. GHOST, OR JOKER? Mysterious Danger Signals at the Scene of the Republic Wreck. Tiffin, 0., March 4. Tbe people at Be public are agitated over a ghost story sensation at present. A few nights ago when Limited Express No. 5 ( he same train that was wrecked and burned January 4) was approaching the soene of that horrible disaster the engineer saw a red light (the danger signal) ahead, ana applying tne oraBe ana reversing his engine he brought his train to a standstill on almost the exact spot of me great wreox. strange to say, wben the train came to a standstill the light had disappeared and conld nowhere be seen. Before stopping both the engineer and fireman noticed that the light appeared to be carried by a woman dressed wnoiiy in wntte. Puzzled by the disappearance ot tbe signal, the en- ?;lneer and conductor walked over the rack and examined It for some distance ahead of the train, but could discover notnicg. Tne train then backed to the Republic station and the ooeratorwaa questioned, but he assured them that no signal had been sent oat. Tbe train then proceeded on Its way. running cautiously for several miles and the engineer keeping a sharp lookout, but nothing was Been of the mysterious woman or signal. This strange annarl- tion has appeared on three different oo oaslons, 'and has greatly excited the residents and tbe train men. The ques tion Is, who or what Is this mysterious personage? Is it a creature of the im agination? Is It a disembodied snlrlt? Or is It some practical joke? A posse of Republloites have watched the place lor several nignts, Dot tne unost has not appeared. Dr. Frazier's Throat and Lung Balsam Is the greatest care in the, 1 world for coughs, colds, sore throat, hoarseness, bronchitis, asthma, qulnzy, laryngitis, and all diseases of the throat anil lungs. Scores and hundreds owe their Uvea ' to it. It ; performs wonders In relieving consumption. It strength ens the lungs and instantly allays all irritation of the throat. Never neglect a cough. : It may prove fatal. Dr. Fras ier's throat and lung balsam, taken in time will save your life. It Is put np In large family bottles and sells for tbe small price of 50 cents per bottle. For sale by Weber Bros.i prescription drog gists, No. 18 Opera House Block, Canton, Ohio. , . . Tbi Republican leaders In the Senate don't like the idea of depending on tbe vote of Rlddleberger for a party major ity. Tbey don't know from one minute to another, when he will take it into his vagarious head to begin to bellow; paw np the dost and smash the whole Chlna.shop. . . What is a cold in the head? Medical an horlties say It is due to atmospheric germs, uneven clothing of the body, rupid cooling wtten in a porsplration, &o. The important point is, that a cold In the bead Is a genuine rhinitis, an In flammation of tbe lining m-m' rane of tbe nose, which, when umh eked, Is oertaln to produce a catarrhal cmidinon for catarrh is essentially a "cold" which nature is no Inn er anieto re solve" or thrown oft. Elv's Cream Balm has proved its superiority, and sufferers from cold in tne neau snouta resort to it before that common aliment becomes seated and ends in obstinate catarrh. This winter there have been elections In twenty five States for full term Sen ators, and In Illinois, for one unexpired term. Of this number there are four teen new Senators, namely: Hearst, of California; Turple.of Iudiana; Farwell, of Illinois; Stookbridge, ot Michigan; Davis, of Minnesota; Paddock, of Ne braska; Stewart, of Nevada; Hincook, of New Yoik; Quay, ot Pennsylvania; Bate, of Tennessee; Reagan, of Texas; Uaulei, of Virginia; Lucas, of West Virginia, and Blodgett, of New Jersey. : . The Democrats have gained In the elections for full terms, adding three to their present number. The S nate stood 42 Republicans to 34 Democrats, When the next Congress meets there. will be 39 Republicans and 37 Democrats. Take in This Month. Snrlnit rapidly approaches, and It Is Important that every one should be pre pared for the depressing effeots of tbe ohanglng season. This Is the time to purify tne blood, and strengthen the system, by taking Hood's 8araparllla, wnion stands nnequauea as a spring medicine, and has endorsements ot a character Beldom given any proprietary medicine. A book containing state ments of tbe many wonderful cures It has accomplished, will be sent upon ap plication to C. I. Hood A Co., Apothe caries, Lowell, Mass. 100 does one dollar. A cask involving the right to tax pat ent rights was before the New Lisbon Common Pleas Court. Tbe suit was that ot John Burns, treasurer of Colum biana county, vs. the United States Im- firovement Company The company was ncoroorated In 1882 with a capital stock of $12 000. The tax duplicate ehowa a levy on tbls amount after it was invested in patent rights. The court ruled that patent rights are not taxable. Never Give Up. It von are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak consti tution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. Yon will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you will be inspiard 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 Dottle by uoroin, rvrignt uo Therb Is a deadlook in Congress over the Canadian fishing muddle, and the retaliatory measure eo loudly talked of la likely to end in wind. Tne bouse and senate have thus far been unable to agree noon a bill. The' clause to pro hiblt the entry of railway oars fiom Canada to tne united states, is tne buck lng point. General J. J. Finlet. has been bp pointed by Governor Perry, of Florida, as the successor of Jones, the love sick senator whose term of office expires to-aay. The Senate at first thought It wouldn't, but finally thought 't would, and did confirm the nominations of Pub lic Printer Benedict and Trotter for Re corder of Deeds. MOTION & PAN HANDLE BOOTH Tbe Grwt Throoih Una via THE J A. & C, RAILWAY. ' F a St. h. and a, St 1. P. Railroad! tor aM taotl Sou la and Bontlnnat. The only Una running MM celebrated Pullman Palaee Bteeulng and Drawing Boom Cars between Olimland, aAnfttOnflanitraa. Cincinnati, lndlanapoltoaudSt LtxUa, rsamnjw katdtnc nrat-elaaa tlcnett y1 thla Line at entitled at aaateai Ine aew and elegant Pullman Be dtnlng Onalr Oars at a nominal enarge, leafing Oeiuav boa rm ibm rest gxprtai J 8.66 p.m. datlj, arrtrtng nl IndlanavoUi U.80 p.m., 81. Luou) a.m and Kansas da T.BOB, m. Ho Line raanmg through toes tatee of Ohio. Indiana and nilDou eao offer lucti superior faellltlM or ilog9 comfort to na patrons. Botes as low ae the IowmI. Tag Bcaasuia Central er OOtli Meridian lime ta eftect November 14. IHoO. aootaaoaTa. oiMsotm. He. B.No.iJ7iNo. a INo. a.No.S8iNo, 4, BTATIOaa,. k. at 11 sol r.H. ar. b.Dspot La. r.M a o 9 98 is .uipvMana... 8 00 11 16 5 01 social Ate.. 814 11 00 10 BO 10 18 10 00 as 00 a 10 e 40 4 4S 4 IS .NflWDOrg.. . Hodaon.. a a 8 00 a an 8 m Uojenoga Falls B 17 a 10 8 45 4 S4 8 1J1 Akron.... 6 40 10 94 10 48 Warwick. . 4 in a sol La. I. OmlUeAB. i.M. no. a, f.U a ae l as an 48 B 09 1 on Iia.omuiau. a mm .Mnatebnrg. ...eerobier.. .Mt Vernon. 13 171 1 BU ia on 11 17 10 65 10 SB 10 10 1 BU ia sh ia m 13 81 . .(Jenternurg . . 13 84 ..Hunburj . Weetmnile 19 IS 11 65 11 501 U aulLT.Uorunib'l Arj r.M, 4 ti 10 oof li aril ll 10 .OetnmBsliT BOS 6 80 10 ool y Be ..inula.. LoTOland, asm B 14 7 SCI T4SJ Lv. Ulnem. Ar a. K. I.H. li anl 11 lOjaa.OolirnuVsl.V S4 04 T BO 4 U 88 48 8 M .Vrbana.... nqoa..... T OO 4 80 ..joenmona .. rnaananoUs , .TwrwrHaute.. riaaoi i oi 11 8T ...Uftngham.. ... Vandalla... i aa !3 ii anno an UUI B 0OM.8t.IjOiuaAr. Trains 97 and OB raaaOi, ell otter trains oallf ea cam Bandar. TrelnsTand a known at tne Sena end OnlenM assouuaedaMoMi'leaieeiiiBate.OOa. Bu,arrlTlii(al OnlumDsa at 8.40 a, m.i team Ool umbos at 480 a, as arrtTiag at SaanalT.lOe. m. - Train (Cleveland tagreat) onnoeotl wife P. It, W. V. o Na. 14 fraa Wooater, Boxers and all pataa Train 4 fOrrwJIe Czpnat) eonaeatt with F. It. W. a. 8 lor Wainie, annuo end ell aotntt west Trains a i ao4 8 mate oenneoOooe wit PV. we A a trains for all polo to east and a eat na OrrrUia. Fartunaerlnforniaumi, erMiaai u JAIam ltofaaw CARBOLIC SALVE. The most Powerful Healing Ointment ever Discovered. . Henry Carbolte Salvo Cures Henry' Carbollo 8alvt allay .Burns. - . ,t .,-i , , , .;; ; -v Henry' Carbolic Salvo heads Pimples. , '',. Henry's -Carbollo ' Salvo durea 'PlleSi' ' '. 1 . i '" T. .T ; Henry's Carbollo Salve heals vuts. --- - sk for Henry's-Tkke' NO Other. : wbewa-EK or. oouirrEErarra.asl H Frioo 25 atan mail prepaid 80 rts. tVWrtte for Illuminated Boot,'! -, 1 1'i'iiiiniiMeiMi ii iineiyi An Oliver Chilled Sulky .Flow t or sale. Tile abfive nlnn will ha Mnllf .hMA. ma t haVA n Minx for Ik Uail on or aUUrem : PI11L1P SOHMltiT. lebMuw 40 Mativulug St. Three Peculiarities ood's Sarsacarflla. tle ere at blood nuriflAr Hood's SarsaparUla, tl'e great blood purifier and regulating medicine, Is characterized by three peculiarities, namely : 1st The combination of the vaxioua remedial agents used. 2d The proportion In which the roots, S herbs, barks, etc., are mixed. : The process by -which the active j U m modiciual properties are secured. The result is amedicine ot unusual strength and curative power, which effects cures here tofore unequalled. These peculiarities belong exclusively to Hood's BarsapariUa, and are Unknown to Others Hood's SarsaparUla Is prepared with tbe greatest skill and care, by pharmacists of education and long experience. Hence It Is a medicine worthy of entire conlldence. If you suffer from scrofula, salt rheum, or any dis ease of the blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, or kidney and liver complaints, catarrh or rheumatism, do not tall to try Hood's Sarsaparilla "I recommend nood'g Sarsaparilla to all my friends as the best blood purifier on earth." Wm. Gapf, druggist, Hamilton, 0; " Hood' Sarsaparilla has cured moot scrof ulous humor, and done me worlds of good otherwise." C. A. Arnold, Arnold, Me., A book containing many additional state ments of cures will be sent to all who desire. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. . i ; six for S. Made only by C. t HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass, , 100 Doses One; Dollar. ; ti i ) f4 MAKE NO MISTAKE BUT REMEMBER THAT GEO. R SPAIJGLER s IS .'. v. , HEADQUARTERS FOR HATS aud carries a Largest Ll ot FALL STYLES than all the other Koreeoom ned. Aleo NECKWEAR in Latest SMe anfl Shape, SILK UMBKELLAS, Best in the Market. TRIMS, with REVOLTING ROLLERS ' THE BEST IS THE MARKET The Largest lint ol UNDERWEAR JN THE CITY. BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS; EJFANCY and DRESS SHIRTS. CHIXJRm'S HATS and CAPS MBnr Ot SP ANGLER THE HATTER nhera the BeetSooOsara told at Lowest PMooe. . YC23 LAST OWL v TO BUT' B A"W IHX cmcias WESTE8S ftalLWHOl. : aasaaastfj HALF. MILLION ACRES for nl in Iritis Ca a Of nhnsarto farm intr 1 WfMl-WeUHWL eHmato. Good i ohooiaLaUld Modlli eutXfa- ' Uxm A region when faii- nxe at Qropti nag never mtsm Brrwram . A i 1 neeiei . CHARLES F. SIMMflSS. .. Iand Oom. O. k 5. W. KeJhnit, ttf 'l'htm lands cannot fail to b a profitable and safe iMSTrenr ALESMEI WANTED 43aod Wages Iueet terms, eiooa aoa Bpeoiaities IB the bournes Write t osoe. ., 4.A08TIN SHAljr-. Nursery rgap, , " noonattieir. re- z , mflem J) STEAM-BOILER t 11. 'I .1-1 11 ! H - I V : 1 T7VT . C'lA'T "T?'"i ' ''A Inonire at-Democrat Otllce. ir 4 af . u r BtBa. am mm mmm m M. "Wf LOtV PRICES. yL7 wrfrir run IJf ..... a-sr A M anraaaalTBSV- v aaitieeJara. m Mt MmttH'oi ehoiclm aaattaaa. fJfl i AW A Administrator's Notice. Notltwli Hereby glrentliat the nndrinliinol has open duly Ktip.iliiuxl anu qnalinud ae veiirJnlstrator of the ennteoi Pblilp Bush, late of stuk countv. "hio, dmmwM. TALEMlMil liO.NU. toWiaw JOHN A. HAY & BRO., I ' No. 8 South Pub. Soe, DKALBB3 IN HAVILANQ'S FRENCH CHINA, QUEENSWARE,..,, "GLASSWARES Plain and Decorated Dinner : and Chamber Sets, Ice Cream Sets and After Dinner ColTee., Fine Haflsini and Yase Lamps, eaaaaaaiei , . ' - 41 TABLE CUTLERY, BIRD CAGES, EXPRESS WAGONS DOLL CAR RIAUES, BASSETS, TOYS, &c. Fancy Goods of All Kinds THE ROCHESTER LAMP, AND liJN UlNE , ELAINE OIL. j WUOLESALE and RETAIL i . ; i . . ; . ,i ... 1.. John A. Hay & Bro. . No. 8 South Public Square, CANTON, OHIO, .i' . f,j , Iters u ao place In the dt7,wtiereithe Bsslt.Qaallt e i Boots snd Shoes ABB SOLO SO BXiSONABLX As . " JohnSchnmachers 18 E. Tuscarawas St., CANTON, OHIO, J )Ull5-g7 FINEFARff! of 160 Acres for Sale, in iSimisliillcn Township, Tbe nndeitf ffiMd offen for ul a valnahla farm t. cated 6 mllet norttie&st of Canton, a mile wetit of IsoulSTtlle, and frontln on tbe road leading nortb from tbe "Good Hope'' obtucn, on the Canton aud Loaurrllle read, eald premtMe belnc one mile nortb of said onwrcb nd known aa tbe Jacob Ltmh nomettead. ' owa iarm is onaer an , .f ., ( Excellent State cf Cultivation. oontalns about 80 acres ot mod Umber, nrtonnaile oai. Ooeald farm U an exoellenc house and bank barn, two summer bouses, dry bouse, wagon shed. bug. gj Bhed, Implement house, b Off. pen. aud other oot buildings ordlnartlr found on a well arranged faim. Two good wells and a nerer falllna anrlna of aautr on the premlBes. to which the oattle bare access. A good orchard and an abondanoe ef email fruit, sucb as yvMra iraacuoe, louius, grapes, aio. The buildings and fences are In better than or dinar, repair. A oil pereons contemplating purchasing a good farm where ererrtbtng Is In flretalasa shape and condi tion are Invited to eranloe said premises. . Price, $17,600. on reasonable payments, , . i For fnrther partlculais address , , H. W. HOSSLER, , jai27-tf Canton, Ohio.' PETER & SON; . THE LEADING ...,' Dyers 5 Renovators ABB HOW PBKFABED TO UlJtAB, Bye and Mottle Ostrich Featlers To matcn anr shade of Slit or Flash. Ladles' and Uenis weaiUig apparel cleaned or died a also Use Laoe. tmrtauu, 'Sawla, eiores. Dresses, niu nw niJWiLr .-4minj, aBO DJIS . Bulsn g aiantaea. UAH, AT Mo.. HI Ust Tuscarawas U.i Oppooitr fit-' rtjrS. Church, And ne oouvtnoi. ua. -a uo wnn we (majll-daw.m Tltlei eoae direct ' Co.tioreraaeat - The elunale Is onsnrpiewnA. ad Ohureh and Sohooi faoiUtlae : cood. The eoaii rerr fertile, end will . oroduoe lama onna. Oorn. Wheat. Bra, Oele. Miget. tlloeee. Tlmothr. Feea. Beans, Potatoes, eto Bowbars Uuire better. f,000,QQ8oS RIVER BuTTORI AND lIPLflitDS , Vor fale on Credit and for Cub, and Low Bates, 07 THE LITTLE BOCK I FORT SMITH RAILWAY CO. The GREAT ABKAliSAB VALLEY embraoss the ' Finest Agricultural lands ot tiie West. The terms on which these lands are sold to tbo, Actual Herder, are of the moat liberal nature Arkansas w eepeouuir well adapted to b Raising and as a Frnit Ooontrr theValle: BtoojrM ..CaaS?';-. la nownere excelled. sar-uoma and t for ronrielree. For farther partlou lariramphlet and Map,addraav THOMAS M.GIBS.ON, Ifnri (joniniisaioner, LITTLE BOCK. aBaASAS,''e,i 1 .... . i uii,iuuo w ue (lie tnoet tiopolar cream ralaerson ' the market.' Butter mad (, Dy the Cooley lrocee scored loo POiNTel t ttbc IiurStnteFalr. ! October, ifflo. Tbe Judge , wore I'rnf Lull. Arnold . ,alld Kd. Norton, i - - Awaruea I . a u ntr.i and hjsvkiv. r KK5f . h I (TV e K i MKUAt.tnthlseoun-'' It J aud arope tor super- ion .i- Hare tha meet labor w . awei laving oonreuluDcee. , Flsve both elurfkee and llraw alt Sklmtnlrur ' attaobmenta. Bend for llJntrted Circulars. Ta Farm Machine Co.'.'BeHowe Falls, Tt ; 'City 1 Drug 'Store, ' 48 S Market St , Cor 8th, Canton, 0.,' i . , SAVL E. BARR,"1;.. Dmgift and Apothecary. ! Bpeclal attention paid to lllliug I'hyntolans' PreA n.iuo wiur iu 117 hhcii OH, -GIVii ME A CALL. REMEMBER. ; ' ea.V The GOOLE Y CREAMERS .i. i ,