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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 31, 1870, Canton, Ohio1volume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio August 31, 1870. Number 12. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church. Corner of tenth and Poplar Street. Sunday Senf Loea to o clock a. And 7 of clock p. school a o clock p. Thursday lecture 1i o . Jas. A Laverty. Rector. C. J. Geiger druggist East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Rothacker East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Apo 7uu Stark county Democrat l Mcgremo at son. Publishers and Plain an fancy j of printers Empire Block Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston Book Binde r and Blank boo k manufacturer. All Ora Era Roma Oroala promptly attended to. Bin Ery in Quarter s Block of stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture dealer and undertaker Leaai Tusca rawas Street Union Vino. Noettl John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer in american and imported clothe Caasi Neres vesting and tents furnishing goods also vent for the 8 or sewing machine. Canton. Ohio. May "70- of Prince 4 Haas undertakers metallic and All kinds of coffins on hand. Two hearses always in Readi Ness Kaat Tuscarawas Street Canton. Ohio. Edwin Smith photographer a particular attention Given to copying and enlarging pictures. Oval frames and albums constantly on hand. Rooms in Mathews s Block. Of ouch Market Street. Canton Ohio. June obit a j. Douds. Surgeon dentist office up stairs. In residence on Market Street weat Side three doors South of Public Square. Canton. Ohio. All operations connected with the profession promptly attended to. Dec is or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of the College of physicians and surgeons Ontario will receive patients at Hia office and residence three doors East of c. J. Geiger s drug store up stairs. Hours of consultation from , and 1 to 3 p. Roars Tom or. J. H. Siddall dentist barter s Block Canton Ohio. Geo. D. Barter & bro., Bankers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Of receive den Solts. Loan Money. Buy Gold. Sil ver Bonds and compound interest notes. Exchange nought and sold. S. K e. S. Meyer attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in Lnda Miller s new building near Public Square. Nov3 9yl James harsh attorney at Law. Massillon Ohio. Office in o harsh a Block up stairs prompt attention Given Tosu oui Iusi Uii Ruih u uncut Jyl fit tif c. A Vallandigham counsellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice in the several state and Federal courts. Otyce no. Xs7 l Nira Street nil stairway Bast or the Vino insurance Tympani Maris toy i so. W. Bat. Aso. A. & Baldwin attorneys at Law Canton. Ohio. Office in the Iagle bloc up stairs. Ano 7utf. L y. Sumo. Noa sos. Bierce & Thompson. A attorneys at Law Akron Ohio. J nz7 6 we. Mckinley attorney a Law office in Eagle Block Over National Nana Canton Umo. June i 67 j. A. Comer Rord. Boat. If. Campbell. Comerford a Campbell a Stern yes at Law Trump s building Canton Ohio up Iwin r renin Ana Ufa Rosa spoken. Petu m. O. Mcgregor attorney at Law. And general collecting , Jaapje . Huwart. Out Sitf Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. R win Gas met. Schiefer & Garnett attorneys at Law Canton Stark county Ohio Lunel turns William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public office inca Billy s Block Canton Ohio Mays toys j. W. Mccord. Attorney at Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio. Business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention 26 if j. O. Williard county Surveyor office in the county recorder s office in the Wikidal building where he can be found when in the City if not any business wanted can be left with Jacob Kaplinger esq.,county recorder who will give due notice to Law authorises the county Surveyor to take the know teds Roen t of any instrument of or Quine " he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgages deeds a at fair prices and upon the shortest notice. Canton january 14, u64. Otto Winterhalter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no Eagle Block Canton Ohio. Feb3 6uii Deuble a brother dealers in watches. Clocks jewelry. Silverware to East aide of Public Square Canton Ohio. Repairing done on Short notice. J. A. Meyer a Thaler to american and foreign watch clocks Silt Carwar and fancy Good a Northwest Corner of Ruoyo to Quara Canton onto. Repairing by and Uon. J. C. Bartett m. A. Physician and surgeon office Corner East Tusca rawas and Walnut streets. Winterhalter s , Ohio. Huayi Whf we Thompson dealer in real state. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots of every variety Price and location for Sale payments received and four years tim Given. Office in Hane a Block East Tuscarawas Street no stairs. Novt tif h. Selden a heal estate and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar Street. Canton Ohio. Farms and town property bought sold and rented i tree examined 4 axes paid estates settled Deeda. Morta Acua. Leases. A a written Money borrowed and loaned on real Siste. Coal and Ether Kinda of Mineral property wanted to less or Purchase. And 7oyl 0. Eicher real estate agent Olloe above Hane s leather store East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. Mayt0-t f Exchange hotel by a of Sponhauer. At old depot. Guests properly cared for and Bills moderate. Matix tit of Jackson hotel Louis Ohliger proprietor North Market Streel. Alliance House by Daniel Burbeck at the station Alliance Ohio. Meals always in readiness on arrival of cars. St. Cloud hotel c d. Ely proprietor Publia Square Canto Ohio. July7 e h. Falke dealer in millinery and fancy goods no s opera House Block Canton Mehio. By Allf 17. A. K. Re Somoa Couar no. 4, 0. U. A. M., meets every thursday evening at 1 o clock in Beans Miller s new Block. De. E. Men Art a b. H. b. 8. Janasy livery. Uni Oil livery fre Toisie s it st st., Canton Ohio Earnst Middaugh proprietors we have the finest rigs in the Eity All being new and Good horses. Conveyances to let in reasonable terms with or without Driver. Nov mtg seed potatoes seed potatoes for Sale. Lewis Enoel Corner of eighth a plan by Ohio. Early Rose 2,00 per Bushel. Goodrich so Eta per Bushel. White peach lows 75 Eta. Per Bushel. " Carnie chill 60 Eta. Per Bushel. " Cohen 0 cents per Bushel. Mar so of educational. A5uubuiul a exist of a. Faculty gen. R. E. Lee j. Harris a tif i James a. White a. M., professor of Ureel prof of modern languages. S professor of in Tulluk Rev. J. L. K1lpatr1ck. D. A. Or or tit q. Prof of moral philosophy. " a. A a. In a. 01.,prof. History and English literature. . U. Atli. M., . Allan a. Prof. Applied a Mcculloch a. from. Natural . ,. I. X i Vij i. . To prof. Applied chemistry. Hon. J. W. Brocken Brough prof. Law. Kodes mass1e. A. A. Ass t prof. Modern Banff Maffea. Duncan c. Lyle a. As t prof. Mathematics a. Tikal Ina.m., ass t prof. English. Ass t prof. Chemistry. And principal of business school. For the present the instruction in English i divided among the professors of moral philosophy modern languages and history with the Aid of an assistant professor the duties of this chair Are discharged by the to lessors of Niem siry Ana natural i Tuloa Ophy i. Academic course. The College is divided into distinct schools each fully organized and Complete in itself so As w Aii uru we Onesi Lac Ulues Lor Renaer lne the instruction in the several branches of education extensive and thorough. The student selects his own course of study under the direction or his Parent or the t acuity but that no motive May be wanting to a Complete and systematic course of you Capon me separate so nooks Are so arranged that they May be combined into the following departments 1. Department of arts. This embraces the Suhi svs of twin dry English. Moral philos div. Mathematic a. With two others to be elected one from the literary a. I l. Ii u Ocamica i be degree to i Witiw of arts a one Conterra on the Stu Dent who successfully completes this course. S. Department of science. This embraces mathematics. Applied Mathe Malca. Natural philosophy. Chemistry. French. With one other to be elected from the literary schools. To this course is attached the degree of acne for 01 Oci Euce. 3. Department of philosophy. This embraces English modern languages moral run Okopny. History and in min late Ture with two others to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific schools. To this course la attached the degree of Bachelor of Muse Pony. The la Gree of master of arts is conferred on students who Hare completed the course of study in nine of the schools and have taken distinction in seven of these. Ii. Professional course. The departments of engineering were Organ ised after the War to meet a want Long Felt in the South of the highest Grade of so Ientha instruct Ion in these important professions. They Are now in Lull Ana Success ii operation. 1. Department of civil engineering. This embraces mathematics applied Mathe Matics. Physics mechanics chemistry. French English drawing and astronomy. Students who successfully Complete this course receive the diploma of lung Ineer. 2. Department of Kalning engineering. This embraces mathematics applied mathematics inem siry mineralogy Ana theology metallurgy mining German and English. To this course a attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It is proposed still further to extend the practical end scientific departments in the direction of 1. Mechanical engineering s. Applied chemistry. 3. Agriculture. Commerce. 8. Department of Law. This Amer Ami h Karla Al r t Sassy Maen i and to it a attached the degree of Bacheler of Wawi iii. Preparatory depart ment. This has been organised temporarily for the Benefit of Young men who have been prevented by the War from obtaining Bruu a act Siemio Wren ration for College. It embraces the subjects of , i vet Muou Milci Ana r a 1fhi a tide of instruction a Prim re kit and mra Ihm Vnti will Law a Ela Aara Ainze into lec Rasof Tinam w any Wincn Ara Wint e Para rely in to lower Claa Aea the Ina Trucmon in Mainvi Shumi h Ivan due u Man Cher Cibos in Ine Rifner Are combined with theae. The exam. Nations a a to to Oral and written and those Corpron Cliency Ana a injunction Are thorough Are thorough and and scholarships. As special inducements to Dillenz. medals and five honorary scholarships the latter covering tuition and College fees Are Annu ally rewarded. Three masters of arts Are annually appointed l resident with Valu ahla . And emoluments. The College educates free of a harm .11 mnf4t.dates for the ministry properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty five e Young men intending to make journalism their Profesa Ion ii gives a Long Cream to meritorious Young men without Meana who wish an . The discipline of the Collete. Under the font my of the president tends to develop Honor Manli Ness and t. Necessary expenses Are not More than s323 per annul. The College fees and three months Board amounting to about 117jl Are a Sapir. In Advance parents Are advised to Deboalt the Fteha v their sons with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of this to the session opens the thursday of it film i. And closes the fourth thursday of june. R or catalogues or Oiler particulars apply to j. At. of faculty Lexington. Cajun est Bethan College. Rise thirtieth session of this institution Willi commence on monday wih Tanumi. Imi and terminate on the 15th of june f7l it a romantically situated in the midst of the Beautiful and by of the Panhandle of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River and surrounded with the Moat favourable in Rue Noea for student life. It has a property in , apparatus. Library. A of Over thus enabled to sustain a faculty and Wii Ibiza for a to rough education of thievery first order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Public and private boarding and unfurnished rooms will be let to students who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st regular literary course including the . For the Desree of r of . Literary and scientific course for the degree of Bachelor of sciences. 3. The course for Mas ter of arts. 4. The course for master of sciencea.5. Special courses in practical chemistry civil , t Leiai Iea 1u1ornut lion As Tothea courses will be found in our catalogue. Apparatus and museum the institution has a Complete set of philosophical apparatus and students who wish it Are trained in the use of Field instrument. A at Irenn. fitted do Labora Turr for practical Ina Truo us we in wat Micai anal Yuma Ana an ample terms tuition $50 per session boarding from so to s per week. Unfurnished rooms s per session to each student preparing for Ine ministry. Free tuition to sous of minis ters of the gospel of All further particulars apply for catalogue to prof. C l. Loos Secretary or to w. K. Pendleton. President Bihar West Eclectic Institute. French and English boarding and Day school for Young ladies Mma Moc irr Verj foil place Baltimore City. The character and reputation of the above in a l statute under the Sale and Superior superintendence of mrs. Let1tia Tyler Semple. Of Virginia daughter of the late Tyler is deservedly of the highest order and merits the patronage of parents having the Good and welfare of their daughters at heart a such we take pleasure in recommending it to our catalogues As regards terms rules a can be had at the office of sch Sfer a Garnett Canton Ohio. Louis 8ch.sfer.v. R. Feather. Insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. 0fics no 10, Atwater b Uil Diu. Capital $200,000. Insures buildings merchandise and other prop erty against loss or damage by fire it As Low Retes As any other responsible company. Is honorable adjusted and promptly paid in Cash. Blu Voas 4d Stock Oldie 1dr w Meyer c w Schmidt Henry Getraer a Wagner or Boeder p tet Lebaugh John tier Laos Henry Kraemer h Kaller a Bohm Idt c Atu Ermano h Beckmann a born and others. A. Get Truro pres to. Max la j. Gnu vice presidents. Buchman and Fred. 8eelbach, agents. John r a ber agent cantos Ohio. P. Luziu8. " Massulo. Ohio july s3, it t t hardware. Johnson Sherrick Lue Miller new hardware store. Site Erick & Millee Geiger Block. 14 la East tue arawak he a Stoa have just opened a Choice and select Stock new hardware purchased Princi Pally in new York from manufacturers when Gold was us Winou we our to our Rienas st greatly reduced rates. We will keep on hand a full assortment of Genera hardware such snails Glass. Sash & doors locks. Iron Springs. Hoes shovels Forks a carpenters tools. Cedar Ware cutlery Silver Ware or the beat make and War Randawl harness trimming. Enamelled goods floor Oil clot h. Lamps pc Carbon Oil cheap miners material. Oils Opall kind. Fuke will is Lead and warranted vain Lii of the Best manufactures and everything usually kept in a first class liar aware Are Areata for Fairbanks 9fiirg in. Himm Kaju Hirv. Aiso. Agents for the on Chead first class 9e win s Machin the. Fri. We invite the Public to Call at our store and examine it Blieka Lucli a Miller. Apr lot f furniture. Removed. Mem z. Berniard has removed his furn ure rooms from misplace in Haas s Block to Hia new and elegant room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton Ohio. Call and see my Lane Stock of the Kooi irl and substantial such As parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus. Bedsteads tables chairs a. Work made to order and a warranted Eye give me a Call. July of z. Bernhard. Plants & Flowers Lewis Eicie nurseryman & Florist afrtr3 in addition to Hia usual Stock of a or Uia Tavui iii vane Sesoi vegetable & Flower seeds. His extent let Plant ten Tiara r Ruvii. And Plum Streeta Canton Ohio Are now stocked with toe f15esta5d Best gk0wogplasts a America. A specially of ail new bedding plants which imported in the fall of ims renew roses new Verbena new fuchsias 36 varieties new plans new double Geranium. 12 varieties. New Tri color Geranium new zonal Geranium Nav Dahlin i new Aud Hardy pm boxes. 28 varieties. New Heliotrope new Hydrangea new Pae Flora Etc. In addition to the above i offer a Large Stock of film of Aad ornamental and shrubbery at Lew rates. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper. a 1 t l i. Juju a Auu x Tower owe i Iro to to plants in season. Be me a Cal. Canton. March 30, 187of Oye Inq. Coned Peter French team scorer and clothes cleaner Max Elbin s building East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. boats cloaks shawls pants vests dresses v j and All sorts of Sarmenta cleaned in on Short notice and made to took As Well As new. Woolen garments coloured a Beautiful Black. All work promptly done at reasonable left on my hands will be forfeited at the end of three Montha jan6 Lotf it. Wrigley room rims Baa silk & Woolen Dyer a 5 doers West of Post office 01 cantos Shawls of every description cleaned equal to Straw hats dyed and and leathers dyed and , Berage Merino and velvets cleaned an dyed any color or dyed without being taken apart. Also carpets hugs a. Men s clothes cleaned and pressed. Warranted to give satisfaction and on the Lowe terms Jun Lotf of eatin8 House. The "ordinaet.". James Hawkins having purchased the Ordinary South South Bridge would remind Bis Man friends that he keeps the establishment Well sup plied with refreshments including the drinks of the season. It Jaq give us a Call. James Hawkins. Wincanton july no 120. Wool Battino. Wool batting for comforts and Beds cheap at the Eagle Woolen Mills. Ugly Moss Akron stage. The mail stage leaves the so Cloud hotel for Green town and All intermediate Points to Akron at 7 30, a. M., on at mondays wednesdays and fridays returning on alternate Days. Through fare to Akron a express packages delivered promptly and cheaply. Augi7tf p. Noman proprietor. Sheriff male. John Larwill is. Aaron Barrell it Al t t virtue of an order to sell issued from thei j court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. Aud to a directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court hous e in the City of Canton on saturday the 2ith Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the undivided half of part of the Southeast Quarter of Section number 6, of township no. 10, Range number 8, beginning at the North weat Corner or the cemetery lot in Saia Quarter thence with the West line of said Quarter North Wardly 20 chains and 38 links to the Northwest Corner of Saia Quarter Ine Nuno line of said Quarter 10 chains and 10 links to the North West Corner of lands belonging to Jacob Sprankle thence with said Sprinkle s land the five Corners and distances following reversed to wit South Wardly 10 chains and 87 links to a Post East with the variation 3ji to the right 17 chains and 15 links to a Post South 1 Chain and is links to a Post South 3 East 7 chains and 23 links to a Post South 8 chains to a Post thence leaving said Sprankle s land North 8s West 3 chains and 2 links to a Corner of Miller s land thence North 2u West 8 chains and 68 links to a Post thence South 44 West 5 chains and 42 links to a Post thence North 86? 6 chains and 13 links to double red Oak tree thence South 4 chains to a Stone trance West 6 chains and 13 links to the Northeast Corner of said cemetery lot thence with the North Boundary thereof Wea Wardly 8 chains and is links to the place of begin Ninie con Taining 33 acres and of an acre subject however to the right of Christian Miller Ana Jacob Sprankle their heirs and assigns of using the water of Meyer s run and the West Brancho Nim Ishill Creek passing through said premises a Coram to the terms of the Grant heretofore mad but Al diag in said estate and As appurtenant to said premises ten feet in Width off the North Side of the land adjoining said Miller s land on the South and extending a far As said Miller s landform a Road. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. 1 Erms Cash. R. , sheriff Stark county Aug24w5 administrator s Sale of real estate. To pursuance of an Erder of the probate court of a stack county l will Otter for Sale at Public auction on the premises on saturday the loth Day of september 1870, at 10 o clock a. A the follow ing described real estate situate in said county t part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8. Township 17, of Range 8, bounded As follows be ginning at the Southwest Corner or lands formerly owned by Clarles h. Preston thence North to the Centre of the Road leading from Paris to Pekin 14 chains 13 links thence with the Centre of said Road South 63 i dogs. West 2 chains 4 links thence South 48u dogs. West 7 chains 75 links thence South 1u dogs. East. 8 chains 7 links Thenee East 7 chains ii links to the place of beginning con Taining 8 and acres More or less freeform the Dower estate of Eliza simmer of Sale one third of the Purchase Money to be paid in hand and the residue in one Aud two years from the Day of Sale with interest and mortgage Security. simmer augl0w4 adm x of Dan l simmer deceased. Shemilt Sale. Greiner steel a co., is Charles it Xet Al to virtue of an order to sell issued from thei j court of common pleas of Stark , and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public out cry at the door of the court hous e in uie City of Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county t beginning thirty Nin e feet Lia pm lib Auric Htiu Corner 01 town lot number seventy Eig 78 in teeters addition to Alliance thence West Twenty feet 20j and nine inches thence South one Hundred and 10 feet iii Thenee East Twenty feet 20 and 9 inches thence North one nun area Ana ten test ii us to the place of begin nine. Oink teeters Sua. To Alliance. Sold free of any Homestead Aad rights of june m. Roland therein. Sale to commence at 1 o clock n. Terms. Vasu. H. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota. Stark co Ohio. Sheriff Sale. Musselman a Kirk it Al is Thosmas b. Meyers it us it at. By virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. And to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City i Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870 the following described real estate situate in Stark county. Ohio it Lota numbered 45. 46. 47. 48, 49, 60 and 61, in the town of Kendall now City of Massillon also lot numbered a in the town now City of to commence at 1 o clock n. Terms. Can. B. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota Stark co., Ohio. Shemilt Sale. Fitch Erwin is William pier it Al. Toy virtue of an order of Sale issued from the 1 court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. Ana to me atre Tea i will Oner Lor Sale at pud Iio outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to w it lot number three 3 in Michael server s addition to the City of Canton. Sale to commence at l o clock p. M., terms Cash. A. A. Us bar. Sheriff aug Iota. Stark Akk Ohio sheriff Sals. Louis Koonuk is James Mccurdy it next Al by virtue of an alias order to sell issued fro the court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale a Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Lanton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said Cubit. Wii Nainor thirteen u in suckers addition to the City of Canton. Bate to commence at 1 o Plocic p. M., terms can. R. A. Dunbar aug Iota. Sheriff Stark Cou Sheriff Sale. Alliance loan and building association is Johnj. V Inton it us it Ai. Toy virtue of an order to sell issued from the la court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. And to me directed i will offer for Sale at Publia outcry at the door of the court nouse to tile City Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county lot number fifty is x 66 in woo s a action to the town of Alliance. Sale to commence at i o clock p. M., terms Cash. R. A. Dunb4r. Anglo to. Sheriff Stark co., Shemilt Sale. Greiner. Steel k co. Clarles w. Noland it n x virtue of an order to Bell issued from theby court of common pleas of Titak county. Ohio and to m directed i will offer for Sale at Public out cry. At the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the Lofa Dav of be tember. 1870. The following described real estate situate in said county t lot number one in in Jehu b. Liner s second addition to the town of Alliance free from Homestead of the defendants and free from Dower of defendant Jane m. Noland. Sale to commence at i o clock p. Terms Cam a. R. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota. 8 Lark co., Ohio. Sheriff Sale. Joseph Lehott is Barton Josenh it no. Toy virtue of an order to sell issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county. U and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City us sch Onida Turzay the Lufa Day of september 1870, the follow in in described real estate situate in said county to a it lot number sixty six As in Brooks a Jennings addition to the town of Alli Ance. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. M., Terras can. K. A. Vuk Bak. Aug Iota. Sheriff Tark co., Sheriff Sale. Maria Mclean is Edwin p. Mclean. Y virtue of a order to sell issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City Teuton on saturday the 10th Day of , the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio it lot number four 4 in York s addition to the town of my. Union. Ale to commence at i o clock p. I terms Cash. So a. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota Stark co., Shemilt Sale. Joseph Keith it Al Vaj George Mayer it us it Al. By virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. And to me directed f will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of Trie court nouse in the City thin on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio t lot number three 3keith a Schotts addition to the City of to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms Caso. R. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota Stark co., Herlit Sale. John Miller is. Samuel leaser it Al. By virtue of a 11. A. Issued from the court r Tomon of stars county onto and to redirected i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court Nous e in the City of Canton on saturday the 2ith Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in Stark county Ohio to wit the Northeast Quarter of Section number twelve 12 township number one in Range number ten 10 containing one Hundred Ana sixty too acres subject to tue Power of Leeser. Widow of looser deceased. Pm a to commence at t o Chocs p. I Erms . A. Sun Matt sheriff. Aug24w5 Safe Rutsala. Christian Miller s Adner is. E. Endanger it no by Vertne of a ii. A. Issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry the door of the court hous e in the City of can ton on saturday the2lth Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the Nohh half of lot number on Hundred and fifty Liv e u5 in the City of to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms .4. Zubar sheriff. Alg mrs political. Opening of the Campaign. Speech of gen. Geo. , at Delaware o., August 17, 1870. Facts not rhetoric exposure e of Radical extravagance new England selfishness and the tricks tecti0x. friends and county of in be Lieving that the corruption which has crept x. I i or i Sinto our up disc Ajja irs can Only a Correct Ted by the people i come before Tou to 1. 1. C Luik us is one of your a Enow citizens toehold counsel with you As to what is Best to be done. It is a fact too Seldom considered that of the one thousand million 1 inhabitants who inhabit the Clobe Only forty million enjoy the blessings of civil Liberty under write constitutions and exercise the right t self government. We axe of european origin but while the the Ory of our government is Republican those of the people irom whom we Spruce Are monarchical and hereditary. And when our own system of government was is to dished it was then and is now Regar ded As an Experiment a trial to ascertain whether we have sense and honesty enough to govern ourselves or whether we re quire trustees in the forms of Kin s and Nobles to take care of us for their own Benefit. With our fathers As Wiki our selves everything favored the Experiment but what will be the ultimate solution of the problem is still regarded by Many As a matter of doubt. For my own part i have never entertained any doubt upon the subject and had 1 doubted Confidence would Nave succeeded to doubt on witnessing a million veterans in service youth17. Ii n in years a Nus Ned inn the in umps of a Citra tic was. Transformed in a Sincley. " Day irom soldiers to citizens As Tiey had in a single Day been converted Iron peace ii citizens into soldiers and equipped Lor War. Sui Wanai do we mean when we say that we have capacity for self government of imply that we have intelligence enough to examine political questions Ani honesty enough to vote Lor or against Tiem be cause we believe them to be right or wrong Wise or unwise. To be capable of self government each citizen must make up. His own mind must think and act for l. If 3 t 1 m 1 a Nuuseni Ana Wane Wun Many Biu Epen dec e in carrying out his own convictions. He must be tolerant As to the convictions of others. For if we have a right to form and exercise our own opinions Uttin Polit ical subjects so Hare our neighbors. Then if free institutions Are to be maintained it can Only be done by each citizen voting for what he believes to be right and against what he regards As wrong. Political parties. We Are All fellow citizens and our first duty is to our country and he is not a Good citizen who does not prefer the Good of the whole country to the Success of any party in All Iree governments parties Zugni to exist Lor the party out will Al ways be vigilant in watching the party in Power and expose corruption when it exists. But parties to be useful must be patriotic their object must be the Good both whole tootle. And not the aggrandizement of a favored Lewand thru moment the leaders of parties became corrupt they should be abandoned and better ones sought or unite with the other Narv umut Feiore is secured. The people demand Reform at this moment citizens a settled con vex Uruu exists in Ine Public mind that corruption reigns supreme in the Federal a at most of the estate capitals. And every where the people Are giving action to that conviction by declaring against those who Nave betrayed Ana Are now robbing late triumphs of the people in Connecticut by a decisive vote in new York by More than 80.000 and the upheaval in Oregon show that they Are fully aroused to the necessity of or ont and patriotic action. Sut 1 need not go so far from Home for examples of the changes going on in the up disc mind. Here Belore you is James k. Hubbell born and educated a White. A member of the Republican party from its earliest organization now appears be fore the people As a candidate for their Suffrages As the nominee of the democratic party. The Republican party lives Only in name. Do. Vou Stermen Jno party can continue to live in a government like ours. After it has achieved the purpose for which it was organized no party can Long exist to Uleu Iila rest on a using principle. Ithe abolition of slavery and the adjust ment of the questions arising from that act have left the republicans without a single Pond of Union and their dissolution is inevitable. The people Are honest and should be supreme. In fact the contest now waged is not Between parties it is not a conflict of ideas but it is a struggle Between the Rob Bers Ana the robbed Between the once holders and the people. The men in Power who run the government in their own interests through their legions of tax col lectors tax assessors tax inspectors and tax spies now seek to manage and control he people As they would a machine. But the people once aroused to the True condition of the country the tax gatherers will Taie to their holes. Restored to Power what will the democrats do ? restored to Power the democracy via Endeavor to restore respect for the Constitution Ana Laws throughout the whole country to restore Good temper and kind feeling among the whole people by retrenchment Ana Reform in nil the Brahe Hes of the government. State and Federal they will reduce the taxes of the people and by investigation strict but impartial they will expose and punish All those who have been robbing the Treasury and who now wish to retain Power in order to avoid such exposure and punishment. Bettered to Power they will try and re store our Commerce which is Well nigh destroyed to revive Trade which is Well nigh paralysed and remove the unequal and unjust burdens which now Well weigh heavily upon the shoulders of Industry to that our Farmers manufacturers and Wor Kingmen will be Able to save a portion of the prints of their ton instead of being gobbled up by the leeches who Are suck ing the life blood of the people. What becomes of the taxes paid by people ? in my in Durment. friends the most alarming feature of the times is the enor Mous amount of taxes which Are collected from the people and the reckless and corrupt manner in which they Are squandered 1 regret to say that this remark applies with equal Force to the. State As to the Federal government. In fact our rulers seem to forget that taxes mean labor and the higher the taxes the less the profits. And the fewer the comforts. In order that you May see the exact amount of direct state and Federal taxes paid by the people of Ohio i will take the year 1869 total of state taxes $22,232,77 u. S. Internal Revenue tax l6,0ti,s7 total direct tax for Ohio in 1869. .138,31574 and you will Bear in mind my friends. That this does not include the till Grealey Tariff tax you pay for the Benefit of the new England monopolists. Were it not for these taxes. The people of Ohio would be just that much Richer than they Bow Are and would have just that Many More comi Orta m their Homes. Federal expenditures. It is always More agreeable my friends to Praise than to blame to commend than to censure but there Are diseases which can Only be reached by the caustic and the knife and our country is now suffer ing from such a malady. From the report of the Register of the u. S. Treasury it appears that the entire expenditures of the Federal government from 1789 till june 30th, 1860 expenses during peace and the Cost of War Amoun Ted to less than fifteen Hundred million dollars and this period embraced seventy one years. And Durine those Vears we had three years of War with England 30 years of Indian War and two years of for eign War against. Mexico. Indeed that amount includes All expenditures except those of the Public debt. And this brings me to the Point to which i wish to Call your attention. This same report shows that exactly the same expenditures of the x ederal government m time of peace from june 30th, 1865, till june 30, 1869 without including one cent paid on the principal or interest of the reveral debt was More than ten Hundred and eleven million dollars now what has become of that vast sum expended for the Ordinary expenses of the government during the Brief period of four years of peace that amount my countrymen is equal to one twentieth of the value of All the real and personal property Public and private embraced Between the two oceans and the lakes and the Gulf. Duricr All those Vears of excessive taxation and corrupt expenditures with our Loreign Commerce destroyed our nag swept from the seas our internal Trade struck with paralysis caused by the withdrawal of our currency from legitimate Trade to be used in gambling in stocks and Gold with wages Low and taxes High at such a time when general disaster and distress threaten us instead of Economy and retrenchment the most impudent and a blushing extravagance exists in eve of the the chief magistrate. With a feeling of disappointment the warmest admirers of the president admit that his administration Haa been a Melan Choly failure. For his exploits in War the gratitude of the people knew no Bounds and never was a president treated with so much indulgence by those who were oppo sed to him in politics. It was with a Blush of shame that the people Learned that their chief magistrate was bestowing the first offices in the the government up on persons from whom he had received valuable presents. And that he bestowed lucrative positions udon relatives and favourites without regard to fitness As though the government belonged to himself in Stead of the people. But an honest and patriotic Diode Are at a loss to understand How it can be right for the president to receive gilts of great value irom persons upon whom he confers office and wrong for a member of Congress to do the same thing. W by the latter should be expelled while the Lormer is not impeached the president s Cabinet. In vain do the people demand what becomes of our taxes have they the right to know or have they lost All their rights the Constitution declares that a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of All Public Money shall be published from time to time. And a Law of Congress enforces this requirement of the Constitution. It is tru9 that a statement is made but it is a fraud and a cheat intended to deceive but not to inform the people what becomes of their taxes. One item of expenditure is Given Loii Owea by nan a dozen Csc. A but what the it Ceteras stand for. No one knows Art. 1. Sec. 9. Of the Constitution provides no Money shall be drawn from the Treasury except appropriations. but it a notorious fact a fact charged on the floor of the House and never denied that each of president Grant s Cabinet officers As Well As each chief of a Bureau keeps a Carriage and horses Coachman and Footman 1l paid for with the Needles Money. And without the authority of Law. If a Cabinet officer can illegally take Money from the treas Ury and pay the wages of Coachman and followers where is the limit at which he is to Stop ? the Treasury department. No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury except by Aduros rations made by the reason for this provision of Al d a 1 i tue is evident for la without the authority of Law the president or a Cabinet officer can take from the Treasury one thousand dollars Why not $100,000 or , to be used As the presi Dent or his minister May choose. 1 win give a Lew examples in the be parents there Are four of can rom the fourth receive $1800. The third $1600. The second $1400 and the first $1200 and none but the chief clerks Are allowed a larger sum. In consequence of an Anonymous letter received by me on the 17th of january last 1 uttered a Resolution which passed the House embracing have interrogatories calling upon or. Boutwell for certain information and on the 22d of february it was replied to by executive document Jno. 188. Which 1 hold in Mvi Nana. The third question called on or. Bout Well for a statement embracing the names of clerks now in his department other than f1suu salary and 1 will read fro Page 6 of Secretary Boutwell s answer As follows list of the clerks and their names now january 17th. 18701 receiving More than$1800 per annul other than chief clerks of the 15 areas of the Treasury department. And Here follow the names of 59 clerks who receive illegal salaries varying in amounts from 2 to $5,000, and the Secre tary does not deign to apologize for. Or excuse this palpable violation of the Law and he continues to pay just such salaries Asne chooses and to whom he chooses and then coolly certifies that he does to. In fact my friends it is wholly impossible for either you or i to Tell what is the condition of the government from the estimates or reports of the Heads of the departments. I am thus particular my friends in calling your attention to this matter that you May be on your guard against the false statements that Are being made As to the reduction of taxes and pay ments on the Public debt. Time will not permit me to go through this document Page by Page but i will Call your attention to an item or two More. Here on Page 3, it appears that the economical gentlemen who have administered the Treasury department paid to Adams express company from june 3, 1865, to june 30, 1869, the enormous of $78,397 mainly for carrying packages of Blank forms upon which notes and Bonds were to be executed the whole of which could have been sent through the mail at one Hundredth part the Cost. Again on Page z it appears that since 1862 the government has paid $4,167,000 for printing notes and Bonds four Mil lion dollars i Why my friends that is a greater amount than the annual expenditures of the Federal government including army Navy and civil list during nine years of the history of the Federal Union. And in this connection let me ask Why have not the National Banks been required to pay for the paper Engra ving and printing on their own notes in Stead of your being taxed for that Pur pose three Hundred and forty internal Revenue defaulters when i Tell you that there has been three Hundred and forty defaulters among the collectors of internal Revenue you look surprised and ask one another. Why have we not been told of this be fore ? " for the simple reason my friends because the facts have been concealed. And had to be dug out. On the 21st of March last it was resolved by the House that the Secretary of the Treasury be and is hereby directed to furnish this House a statement of balances due from collectors of internal Bevenue not now in 4c. And i invite your attention to executive document no. 267, being the reply of the Hon. George s. Boutwell in answer to that Resolution. Look at it yourselves. Here Are eight solid pages of. The names three Hundred and forty defaulters i 1 have not time to read them All. Hot. Will Call off ten and you May form an idea of Wynanne remaining three Hundred and thirty amount to. Amount of names of Ojei suiters. . $1,443,719 of Iutuk. L,,fi47 Niri buyer dpauiainsr.,. 439,489m. A Field. 532,879lewis Colins. C62.3u5john h Bryant. 435,000w. C. Flair. H37.s07w t Cunningham. ?j2,460i b Boffoly. 63t,000ft Hunt 230,407 lost by ten Delimiters $5,923,113 there is within a fact on of six million dollars of taxes gobbled up by ten defaulters not one of whom has been prosecuted or ordered to be prosecuted. In All these three Hundred and forty Deal cations civil suits have Only been ordered in thirty cases and not one criminal order no. 75. F r j t i. Adv Xii Ixia we aia not meet Here As a matter of amusement but for a sober and Earnest consultation. You have already seen that millions of dollars of the taxes paid by the people Are stolen before they Ever reach the Treasury and i am about to show you How millions More Are take from the Treasury in open violation of the Constitution and the Law. The Constitution says no Money shall be drawn from the Treasury except by appropriation made by that instrument further says the Congress shall Nave Power to provide for and maintain the Power to provide for army and Navy is not vested in the it would make him Independent of Vul ingress Ana the people. And for the same reason it is provided that no Money aurut us maw irom the Treasury but in consequence of appropriations made by Law. But president Grant and Johnson before him through their secretaries of the Navy did provide for and maintain the Navy in violation of Law and in contempt of the Constitution and in Lunner violation of that instrument did arrogate to themselves the Power to make Laws and did draw $3,700,000 from the Treasury without any appropriation having been made by Congress. Early in january last i Learned that the executive Branch of the government had increased the pay of the officers of Navy without the knowledge or authority of Congress. I Drew a Resolution which was adopted by the House calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury for information. On the 25th of the same month Secretary Boutwell sent to the House his answer executive document 91 and which. You observe is Brief. Or. Auditor Tabor says that on May 23d, 1866, the Secretary of the Navy issued order no. 75. And therein assumed to increase the salaries of the Navy one third. This document contains the order. Auditor Tabor says that Unuer mat order there was drawn irom there Asniv and divided of the Navy from june 1st, 1866, to. Jan uary 1st, 1s70, the sum of $3,763,981, in the same document or. Comptroller Broadhead says the order of the Secretary of the Navy is the Only author Ity for payments beyond the respective salaries provided for by Law. You will observe citizens that this abuse which originated under Johnson was continued under Grant and in fact. Or. Secretary Robeson wrote a lengthy letter to Congress in which he claimed that he had the right to increase the Sala Ries of naval officers at pleasure. It cannot be necessary for me to say to yen my countrymen that such an in rebuked usurpation might become Dan Ferous to your liberties. If at his will the through his ministers can increase the salaries of the officers of the Navy and of tie army Rand Wrt cout the authority of Law draw Money enough from the Treasury to maintain them what Assurance have you that some president will not exercise such unwarranted Power to make himself King. The act of usurpation on the part of Tea president not Only set the Constitution and Congress at Defiance but it was unjust and of Jessive to the Neon la who were already weighed Down by the burdens of taxation. 1 be officers of the Navy were receiving High salaries when order no. 75 was issued. In 1860 the highest salary of any naval Omer was $4,, but alter lbs the salaries of All naval officers were increased and that of the i Chest officers had been increased to ten and was made by the late Congress twelve thousand Dol Lars or double the salary of a judge of the supreme court of the United states. Nor did the wrong Stop Here. The salary salary of the highest officer Legal or Ille Gal was not Only increased three fold but new and aristocratic grades were introduced into the service. In 1861 the High est Grade in the Navy was Captain. Then we had As May fleets and As Manv vessels afloat As now. To a y we have six fleets and thirty admirals six fleets and seventy eight commodores five admirals and thirteen commodores to a Fleet i while one of either Grade is sufficient. We have thirty eight vessels afloat with More than two commodores and nearly an Admiral for each vessel. And All this while we pay More taxes than any other people tin Earth. One of the most difficult duties the Secretary of the Navy has to perform is to find some pretended duty for his legion of officers. Here is executive document no. 42. Being a communication from the Secretary of the Navy dated feb. 7th, Lou to the Senate giving the names and number of naval officers on assigned duty at Washington. How Many do you sup pose ten admirals and nine commo Dores and in All More than one Hundred officers. I now turn to Page 125 of the naval Register for 1870, and Here we find that nine naval officers Are stationed at Mound City on the Ohio River i will further remark that More than two thousand naval officers Are drawing Nav. While Only about seven Hundred Are doing naval duty. Fraudulent estimates. As you Are aware the head of each departments sends to Congress an estimate of the necessary expenditures for the ensuing year. These estimates Are sent to the committee on appropriations and based upon them a Bill is reported. Permit me to read you an extract from my remarks in the House during the de hate on the Navy Arinton ration Bill i desire to Call the special attention of the gentleman irom Wisconsin or. Wash Burne who reported this Bill to what have to Sav. I hone he has in Hia non too Eion the naval Register for the year 1870. Ii not men 11 be will Sena a Page to me i will Send him a copy. The naval reg ister was sent to or. Washburne. In the estimates furnished by him in his argument and upon which this Bill was framed i find that an estimate is made for the pay of 180 lieutenants on the Active list. Now sir if the gentleman who reported this Bill will turn to Page to of the naval Register he will find that instead of there being 18u juju tenants on the Active list there Are otly 64, while an appropriation is asked for 180. Estimate is made for masters to the number of 160, but Page 30 of the Register shows that there Are Only 99, and pay is asked for 64 More than there Are in the service. And thus did i continue the analysis of the estimate sent in by the Navy depart ment. But i will read further from the debate showing beyond contradiction for i was not contradicted that an appropriation was sited for Lour Hundred More naval officers than Are in the service. I Lay these facts before the House in Good latin l invite investigation. W w or. Washburne of Wisconsin i wish to ask the gentleman from Ohio whether these estimates were not made under the last administration ? or. Morgan i esteem my honorable Friend irom Wisconsin but his question compels me to make a statement which i did. Not intend to make. I am talking about abuses in the government which ought to be corrected. The gentleman talks about administrations. If this thing commenced in the last administration the gentleman compels me to say that it has continued up to and so far through the administration of president Grant. This abuse did exist in the last administration but it exists to a y in the present administration. I do not care were it began or by whom it began these Are outrages Puu me country Wonica mis Congress inbound to remedy or be prepared to meet the just indignation of the people. To which remarks or. Washburne made no Lurther reply. How did Congress meet these abuses ? Vav Ere the naval officers charged with the monday they had illegally received from the Treasury in excess of their pay on the contrary the salaries of the Admiral and vice Admir Al were increased two thousand and of the rear admirals and commodores one thousand dollars each. Itis True that the Secretary of the Treasury was prohibited from taking Money from the Treasury in violation of Law but the three millions seven Hundred thousand dollars wrongfully taken were not paid Back. How the monopolists of the East Bow Bich upon the Industry of the West. Some of the finest specimens of Man Hood i have Ever met whether estimated by the Standard of courage or intellect have been children of new England. But the sterility of their soil and the severity of their climate have Given Granite hard Ness and Sharpness to new England Char Acter but so have they developed a sturdy manhood which corresponds with the cold grandeur of their mountains. I Battle against new England monopolists because by tact and trick they have become enor Mously non at the Cost of Western an Southern Industry. I assail them because for generations they have extorted trint Money from the people of the other attack and will continue to attack them because they Are sapping the very life of Xuy Quai Ria classes of the entire country those of the Eastern states included. How it is done. New England is the great Cha Dion of Protection which Means to make the peo ple of the West pay one Dollar and eighty cents for every Dollar s Worth of Poona they buy. The Dollar include Tom t1ha of the goods and a fair profit while the eighty cents is the tribute paid by West ern Industry to new England cunning. A Lui Ticu in misae Manes Stew England has free Trad e on All she uses in her manufactures As Dye stuffs and Salt. In his report. Commissioner Wells Antna the amount of Salt drawn from Bond for the fisheries in the District of Gloucester Massachusetts for the third Quarter of the Calendar year 1869." was eight Mill Ion thirty two thousand seven Hundred and seventy eight pounds which Cost nine thousand three Hundred and seven dollars free of duty As Salt used in fish packing is not taxed. But had a Western pork beef or butter Packer purchased that same Salt at that same place it would have Cost him $23,747, because he would have been required to pay a Tariff tax amounting to$14,440, or $1.55 on every $1,000 Worth of Salt. Nor is this All we Are taxed to pay a Bounty of several dollars a ton on every vessel fitted out in the Eastern states for cod fisheries and from an official state ment furnished by the Secretary of the Treasury it appears that the amount of Bounty or tribute thus paid to one Small new England interest from 1856 to 1865. Inclusive was $3,712,234. What Massachusetts charged for the services of seventy High t during the War against rebellion. Next i Call your attention to the official statement of assistant adjutant general Breck United states army giving the number of regiments furnished by Massachusetts new York Pennsylvania and Urio during i a Laie War. Regiments and battalions. Massachusetts 78 new York 176 panned Wanna 268ohio. .240 by a report made both Sut Riorita of. third auditor of the Treasury the amount paid those states for War expenditures were As ii Iowa Massachusetts. S3.4h7.flrs new York. 2,300,1 a Pennsylvania. 2.034.m79 Ohio. 2.576.620 but. To be More specific. While Ohio furnished one Hundred and sixty to o More regiments than Massachusetts on the plea of War expenditures that state Drew from the Treasury $911,23 More than unit. Massachusetts against the Treasury. Fifty years have elapsed my friends. Since the close of the Var with England and from that hour to the present Massachusetts has been prying at the Treasury of me score of expenditures while the fact is her author tib Tore opposed to the War from first to last. But notwithstanding All this. The has been three times paid in full on her claim for expenditures during the War of 1812. And this too while the history of the Hartford convention still exists and while it is not denied that the governor legislature and judiciary All holding the Calhoun doctrine of state rights decided that even in time of War the president could not command the state Malitia. In 1830. Massachusetts was Naid in full it Tannasi 9tt in 1859 Massachusetts was Agaid paid in full 227,176 48in 1870 Massachusetts was the third time paid in full 678,362 42 total of the claim three times paid 41,339.287 16 Ohio and new England. Is it surprising then. Ohioans. That Massachusetts As shown by the reports of or. Wells is Worth $77,000,000 More than Ohio it is surprising that she pays$7,000,000 less taxes. The fact is. As shown by the last report of the commissioner of internal Revenue Page 241, for the fiscal year ending june 30, 1869, Ohio paid a Mimon Ana a nan More internal Revenue taxes than All the new England states together Ohio paid j is 082,497 juju. Connecticut paid. 2.339.291 Rhode Island paid 1,280,295 name paid. A Mnew Hampshire paid. 650,046 Vermont paid 314,578 total paid by new England 814,486,138 14,486,128 paid by Ohio More than by Mew England,81,5966 the greed of new England. Such is the greed of new England that the Ablest Champion of her interests Felt called upon to denounce it. In the course of the debate in the House. April 14. 1870 i read from the daily Globe that general Schenck spoke As follows the gentleman from Massachusetts or. Butler says that Ohio has been in Good part settled by people from new England and that we Are just As selfish As they Are in new Hing land. Well sir we have human nature As they have it in new England and May be selfish also but if we Are selfish we Are More moderate in our self fatness. They cannot be satisfied with less than seventy five e or eighty per cent Protection on every thing they manufacture. But when we come in with a request for thirty five e per cent they say that is too much. We May both be selfish but there is a Dif Ference Between us one is modest As Well As again while Ohio pays a million and a half More taxes than new England con Gress has Given to us $86,000,000 less Bank circulation than to those states and we Are forced to borrow Money at High ates of interest from new England in order to move our crops. I have merely stated facts without Rhet Oric addressed you As my fellow citizens and not As members of this or that party. Only aim has been to convince you of the importance of Reform and to induce you to unite As one people in defense of your violated rights. Then let the Kettle to the trumpet speak the trumpet to the Canonier without the Cannon to the heavens.". To and throwing Forth our Banner in of winds with Reform the watchword of the people inscribed on its will March Ort to Victory. Use Janes bottled ale if von won re keen out of Here painted on the fences of Pennsylvania graveyards. Tothe late Chas. Dickens residence at Gads Hill London has been sold by auction for i 6,600. The War. By the Atlantic Cable. France again Victor. Paris August 259 p. The Figaro Rajul a88ued a extra with the following 8 o clock to night coming from Epe Nav reports that he heard in Liat City that prussians were Defeated to a betwee Verdun and Chalons. Groups straggler8, cavalry and infant. Wertch tinally coming into Chalons. The com Bat commence this at 3 o clock and the news reached Chalone and flcl0ck in the afternoon. Nothing is stated As to the number cml engaged arding to Rumor army of Prince Frederic was in the fight. An order had been Given to evacuate Pernay train going East on the railway from Paris to Pernay Are stopped at chateau Thierry which is now the terminus of the line " f a 25. The Patrie repeats Lyat 5 prussians were Defeated in the of sunday. The prussian Story. Berlin August 25 7 30 p. The a russian Mon eur states that King Wil Liam s Headquarters have been remove from Pont a Mouss to bar led the Headquarters of the first and the second armies Are near Metz while the other corps continues to March on Paris Paris August 14 Midnight ii is reported that the prussians Are at Suzanne to a y. . Suzanne is a town of 5,000 peo ple Twenty five e Miles Southwest of per nay and about sixty five e Miles from pans. The Prince Royal of Prussia is reported at Nancy. Nothing has been receive from Metz or from the armies of Mac Mah and Bazaine to a y. Italy declines France s demand for assistance. London August 26. The times contains a dispatch from Florence stating that Prince Napoleon s demand for assistance was declined by Italy. Sharp engagement at ste nay. Specials from Vinton. Belgian luxe Berrr v nov o fowl lowing intelligence a Sharp engagement occurred thursday night at ste nay Nearmon Medy. The prussians were Success Ful. Manv French wounded m Unnur of Montmeny. A French ram off the English coast. Enor. A ble Iron Clad ram armed with two enor Mous gun8. Passed this Nort in ruler the French Flag this Forenoon steaming East Ward y. A denial from Belgium. Belgium denies hav incr nem it Tod Mem. Ded prussian soldiers to be sent across her territory. Naval defense of Paris. The gun boats for the Defesa auth City have just arrived. The chief com Mand of the Squadron has been confided to Captain Thomassene. Another prussian army being formed. Beblin August 26. A fourth army under command of the Prince Royal of Saxony is forming to rate with the third army in the movement on Paris. Accounts from Strasburg represent that the Faubourg National has suffered severely from the fire of the besiegers. Itis reported the Cathedral was slightly damaged but this is doubtful. Movements of the prussians. Pont a mouse August 26. The prussian scouts Are at Brienne and the Uplands have penetrated the country in the arrondissement of Leandres. The Crown Prince was at st. Dizier on tues Day. Half of the prussians conducting the siege at Toul have been withdrawn and sent to Nancy. The prussians Are moving in the direction of Lavenne. A land of inexhaustible resource. The journal official of to a y publishes an article of which the following is an extract our ports Are free our Fleet will strike boldly m the North and Baltic seas our Commerce and Industry Are Active our credit Good. There no comparison of our finances with those of the enemy. Prussia looked for treachery and discouragement Here and uneasily wonders at the promptitude of the nation in arming and organizing and understands by this time the More the struggle is prolonged the better is our situation. Our resources in men and Money Are inexhaustible. Though invaded France arms the entire nation. The Neutral Powers remain Friendly. But comprehend that there cannot now be a question of mediation. The National loan has been closed mrw than the amount required having been subscribed. The Paris papers continue to assert that marshal Bazaine is realizing a deep Lai d tetralogy. Awaiting attack. Paris. August 25. A dispatch from Rheims dated the 23d. Says that it was supposed that the armies of Macmahon and Bazaine had effected a Junction and Well supported by the Quadri lateral com posed of the fortresses of Montmeny Verdun Thionville and Metz would await attack. It was not expected that any important engagement would occur within two Days. The emperor quite Courcelles 1 i la. T Iasi input Tiiu goes to Uei nein the Canton of Rheims. Yesterday the Imperial head quarters were at Chalons. French gallantry. Paris August 25. At Sainte Marie Aux Cheves marshal Canrobert threw him self before his troops and after a Sharp sword combat with a prussian officer drove the enemy Back. Paris August 25. Michel Alois Ney the Duke of Elchinger received three Sabre cuts across the face at the Battle of Gra Velotte. He was promoted to a col Nelcy on the Field. The defence of Toul by the National guard and guard Mobile is described As opposing the enemies Advance. Paris August 25. The journal official this morning says the sum of All the news received at the ministry of the Interior is that the prussians push their recon Noi Sanc e into the department of Marne and even into the town of Chalons. The prefect of the department of upper Marne announces that a portion of the Northern arrondissement of Vasy is occupied by the prussian forces. Orders have been Given that the March of the prussians be opposed by every obstacle which the patriotism of the peo ple can suggest in addition to the systematic measures which will h under the direction of Engineer officers sent out by the government. At a concert in st it orchestra was com nosed of and 50 Drums. The survivors of the audience Are patronizing the . It. I. Into ally a Kansas paper in of Whin a 4i. Career of the congressman of its District asks what did he do but howl the congressman has not yet answered. A Michigan Farmer lubrwt.1toe vines with rat Poison to kill thew during the Nicht his cown us. 4 the vines and perished miserably. The running horse Helm Row a k t retire from the turf As in the opinion his owner he has won abundant laurels. He will appear again Only in Cashee is matched against Kentucky for $25 --000 a Side. Upon hearing thai to meant to attack Nancy mrs. Par to to b told Ike that she always thought those pro Oshun princes were mean enough strike a woman. The prettier the foot and ankle the easier it gets no stares

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