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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 9, 1870, Canton, Ohio11 Dpi volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio March 9, 1870. Number 39. Business directory c. J. Geiger. Druggist East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. Absalom Kitt. Merchant tailor and dealer in clothe Cass Inversa Vee Ungs. Khiuit made clothing a. Up Block Canton Ohio. Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgregor a son publishers and Plain and fancy Job friters Empire Block Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston. Book bind and Blank boo manufacturer. All orders from abroad promptly attended . Bind Ery la Harvera Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture dealer and undertaker East Fusee rawas Street. Canton Ohio. Nov Prince & Haas. L Udert Asars metallic and All Kinda of i Oflynn on hand. Two hearses always in Readi Ness Fussi Quaca Nawaa Street Cantou Ohio. Edwin Smith. a particular attention Given copy in r ant Eular Tiik picture. Oval Kram a att Ima Vuu Tanily of hand. Komi in Mathews ii muck fuck Stu Market Strewl. Canton. Toiuo. Juneia a Tiri Uldall dentist office in tartar a Bank Block. Canton no Taira. All operations in Recti Antral dentistry performed in tha Lathat and Moat approved manner. To would Call Especial Atten Liou his told Kiliti Ai. In which in the word of the Lata a. Ward he is excelled by Lew and equalled a. J. Douds. Surgeon Dentise off Iee up stairs in residence of Market Utt West Side three doors aunt of puh Iio Square. 1 Antou Thio. All oper Arloue Mill the Uro Desmou promptly attended . Dec la Geo. Halter & bro., Lunkert Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Ohio Mim Ueo osits. Loul Stone. Due Uiola Mir. Honda and compound interest notes. Is Chang bought and sold. J. A. Comerford. Attorney at la Trump i building Canton Ohio no at aim. French and German Puken. Espell . . Attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in Donna mall a new building near Public Square nov soul James harsh attorney at Law maa Aillon Ohio. Office in g Marsh a Block up stairs prompt attention Given ail Busineau entrusted his care. Jyl oof w1l h. Hall. Attorney at Law office with or. Kidda a Bank Block. Canton Ohio up Taira. Jul 14 so. W. Mar. Oso. S. Salb Wix. Raff & Baldwin. Attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in the Eagle Block up stairs. Jugs Irtz l. T. Ai Xitco. B. Th0 rio.1. Bierce pc Thomson. Attorney at Law Akron Ohio. J n2t69 we. Mckinley. Attorney a a a Soltice in Eagle Block Over tank. Canton Ohio. June tnl61 . Mcgregor attorney at Law and general collecting agent Carthage Jasper county Missouri. Oct Ltd Harvey Laugi Ilin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. Tif Lynch. Attorneys at Law office in opera House Block Canton Ohio. J. W. Mccord. Attorney a. Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio business entrusted his care will receive prompt attention. 2atf Joseph crey0isie, Jim notary Public office Northeast Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio. A will attend drawing Deeda mortgage Powers of attorney a. In addition tie English he also Speaks the German and French languages he will also procure passports for persons wishing go Europe. 31- 1 j. G. Williard. County Surveyor office in the county recorder s Otyce in the Wiki Al building where he can be Sand shia was wiry at a Aii iii us wanted can be Lea Willi Jacob raping or. County recorder who will give due notice Tome. The Law authorises the county Surveyor Uke the acknowledgement of any instrument of want k will iber fora Wyrtle and Actton Aldge agree Muta mortgages Deeda a at Lair prices Aud upon the Alio test notice. Canton january us los. 0tt0 Winter alter. Tract local watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in clocks. Jewelry and silverware re lock. Canton Ohio. Felxi keel Deuble i la watches. Clocks. Jewelry Kuver were a East Side of Public Square Canton Ohio. Repairing done on Short notice. A a. Meyer. " dealer in american and foreign watches clocks Milver were and fancy Good. Northwest Corner of Public Square Cantou. Tishio. Repairing neatly expel Boualy and satisfactorily done. T. H. Rhi Lifs. A. Physician and surgeon office and residence of West Tua Caraway Street next door lutheran Church. All curable acute and chronic diseases treated. Prompt attention professional Calls. Junel sly j. C. Bartett m. A. Physician and surgeon Ottice Corner East Quaca raw a and Walnut streets w Inte belter s Canton Ohio. Roay5 60if w. C. Thompson. Dealer in Ileal estate. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots of every variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly received and four years time Given. in Hane s Block. East Tuscarawas Novil Street up stairs. H. Selden a real estate and col Letioa Agency Corner fifth n streets. Suton. Ohio. Furuie town properly bought sold. And rented. 1 lies examined 1 axes i Luhiau , leases. A. Rixtun Money borrowed and loaned on real estate Coal Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted Leas or Purchase. Jenl Exchange hotel. By a Pon Haner at old depot guests properly cared for and Buls moderate. Mayl2 of Jackson hotel. Louis Obligee. Proprietor. North Market str a l. Alliance House by rial cd Burbeck at the Baliou Alliance. Ohio. Meals always in readiness on arrival ears. Act Cloud hotel. C. Ely proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. July be ii. Falke. Dealer in millinery and fancy goods no Houma bluest Cantou oils. To l. A. Clew Ell them of p i Organ Aad Bia glug. Orders netted at k. Wit s Valuate a saw. A Arkmo Uvey. Uni Oil Renvoi sic j left eth jit., Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli pop Ristom. A. A in the City allow in new and Good Doreen. Convey Apnoea let m Mayo Haasw terms with or without Driver. To Vlf notary Public. To iii babes notary Public and insurance agent ton Ohio a ctr if st the Ark county treasurer is 1 will attend drawing deeds mortgages n,.l-. fur passage the lowest rate. A lie a fit. . Vis. Limi Uruu. Com due. Of Clave and. And other responsible r ire Audi Meissn As Ninalea Wei general notices. O. V. A. X. Risolo Tom Council no. 4, o. V. A. M., meets every thursday evening Al a i o clock Danua Miller a new Block. Eur e. Mesdary. C. R. H. Ajax Caox. R. S. Jan26yl waybills wanted. 4 r1sspectable woman dire Emilyj washing do at her own Hom. Pm anime Addrena at the us Muckart orc. Mar2-3-notice land appraisers it Oit Are hereby notified meet at the audit x or a office in Canton on tuesday March 8ih, 170, at 1 e clock r. M., . Ana receive your Blanks books and instructions. U. U Ellison auditor.frz3w3 for Bent. Rue Washington Holse Corner of tenth i and Cherry near the l . Enquire on the premises of 11lmi1 let a. Fuk Julf the new York House. Rowls House right West of the it not has Beear thoroughly renovated and Xei up in Good style and the undersigned u ready at All hours receive guests and treat them properly. Saloon la supplied with Heer and wines of the bes brands. Of Niue French w Ine Elgar in and Aee m. T i. F Al Tbs. Canon. Feb. Is70m signee Sale. On saturday March st 1ht0, in pursuance Forder of the probate Tvert at its rec , i will sell the goods and Chattley of Absalom Spoonhour at Public auction in the room recently a Mill,.v m Sale commence at 10 o clock a. Terms Cash. Henrys. ,febw4 Assignee of Absalom Spoonhour. The above Sale is postponed till saturday 3i arc n inn isto. Re. A Setik Assignee. Votice. Totice is hereby Given that the undersigned 1 on the 2sth Day of february lieu filed a petition in the City Council of the City of Canton praying for the vacation of so much of an Alley a tween Lota Nur tier ten Ana eleven i Inyang s addition Tho City of Canton and . Fort Wayne and Chicago railway said lots lying North of East Tuscarawas Street. In Saia City. , l. P. W1kidal, Martou William Gibbs. Wanted Money having Money loan on real estate persons can find Sale investment and Large percentages at h. 8. Belden 9 real estate Agency jani2mo- l Cor Thaud Poplar ate. Canton. Tear Herm Slami nation. Segl Lar examination of teachers will x held in the l Nion school Huilui iii. Canton on the last saturday of Eai h month until farther no Tice candidates should keen in mind that beside the other branches the examiner w ill require a sufficient knowledge in the theory and practice of teaching. By order of examiners you Sitf Daniel. Vorley. Clerk. Fall and Winter fashions. F r9. A. A. Binder has arrived from paris111 and London with the latest designs person ally selected from the greatest in Vertiea also the Moat elegant trimmings be secured in Paris. Laces ribbons velvets bridal veils Flowers Fine Jewelv and trimmed paper patterns. Dress and cloak making. Exclusive agent for mrs. Work s celebrated system for Cutti iii ladies dresses Jacques basques a n. W. Corner of eleventh and Chestnut Street Philadelphia nov c. W. A co phils. Pitt Brigu cantos a Chicago railway company. Undersigned hereby give notice that books the be opened for receiving subscriptions the capital Stock of the Pittsburgh Centon a Chicago Kaiwa com Nav. At me sayings in Wii Nana. Carton Ohio on saturday april 2d, 1870. At one o clock p. C. Al Lyman. Tyler Isaac Halter. George Cook. Lol 13 , mar 2t incorporator fresh Garden Flower fruit Herb tree Shrub Ana Evergreen Scheun a directions Tor culture prepaid by mail. Ihen Eions assortment in the noun try. Aleuts wanted. Tori of either for 11.00 Dac Dald 1 mall also Small fruits plants bulbs All tie new potatoes. A repaid by mall. 4 Iba Early r potato. Dreu Aid. For . Conover s colossal a Paragus. Per loot per Loos paid. New Kardy fragrant evs Blooming spin honeysuckle 50 cents each prepaid. True ape Coil cars Liberty for Unland or Lowland culture per urn. Pre paid with directions. Priced catalogue any Urslia also list. Seeds on com Mission h. Watson. Old Colony nurseries and Saed warehouse Plymouth. Mass. Lulled in 1812. Decl ins Calabar grains sa1tbcn of a Kenedy cd Tais care for dyspepsia sick he Jacho constipation irregularities indigestion bilious nibs allow pm. And nervous debility. The Are Apple seed like tasteless and in odorous. Sold by All druggists. John d. Park Cincinnati of. Janjic agent for the proprietor. Special notices. A thereat cause or human misery. I just published in a scaled envelope. Price 6 cts. A lecture on the nature treatment pulled cure of sell nil weakness or Sper nun Ihm. Induced by involuntary Mission impotency. Nervous Isiu iii Anu pedal pm generally c in sumption. Niepsey and pus mental and i Hyscal Inanna City. A. By Robert i i. Titi. N. 1 Lii the it tit. "1. Own i i m a " a. 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No Sune Reu Lor Yea Saf Etier Lia debility premature decay and me Etc sets of Youthful indiscretion will Furbo suit of saute runs humanity Send Iree allot Ana dutch web a. it Tae receipt simple remedy by which he win cured. Huber ers i wishing profit by the advertisers experience sea do so by addressing in Effie. Confidence. Of Hwy he o. U wast Street vew l words of Wisdom for you no men u. I. Naval no id voui1 Mil w j Hood with Rilk help the erring unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter envelopes a Rhi iii. Address Boa l a. By thl e. Kerr Voung Lauy 2 ill the i noted states can hear of. Telling very in mini a mail without charge by addressing Tho and i i nose Lavina less of Mosuik ,.kkei. Is also in in oblige a not Thia raid. All will Llaca adds their obedient Servia in life Tho Mari f. Chapman.31 Broadway new railways. Cleveland & Pittsburgh railway. On and after not. 15th, 159, trails will Leare Sudiona daily sundays excepted As follows going South main line. Stations. Mail. I Xmas a com. Cleveland 15 a h 12.34 x .h1 Euclid ave a " 12.4 s.4c " Hudson 9. K " 1.40 4.45 Ravenna 5.13 " Alliance. " 49 " s.00 m Ruvardi 11.32 " s.15 " Wellsville Librn 4.35 " going North main line. Boat loss. Mail. a com. Wellsville j,r ibs Vard " 10.5c& Alliance 11. So " s.3s " 7.2." Ravenna. u " h.i5 " Hudson i12.4i .3s " h.55 " Euclid 1.4ti " 7.19 .51 " Cleveland 7.30 1o.10 " i g4.hng East River division. Sri Fox kor Slutts ma1u a com. Bellair 5.45 a i 7.25 am la Nix i Bridgeport 5.55 " i .1s ". 4.40 " Sie Dunville 7 i " 10.&j " 3.j Wellsville 8.i.1 " 1.25 m 4.m " Smith s Kerry. .4i 1.4i " 4.16 " 9mt. X.20 " " i Ltd Bur i0. I " 3.25 " a going West liver division status i mail a Rex scum. J a . Trl 1.54mli Koch enter 7. I i " 5. " i Smith s ferry. It g.23 " i 4.4k Wellsville " 4.15 " Stephen Villa " 6.20 i toa.2k " i .1. Bellair 11.10 s.4n " i " this unmixed Wellsville. And express train from Wellsville Pittsburgh Tuscarawas Branch. Leaves arrives. , 6.4" a i i Bovard s.45 a m. Bayard am or. a f. R. My13- 3, general Pun Songer and ticket agent Pittsburgh it. Wayne and Chicago railway. On and after nor. 15th, 1iw9, trains will leave stations daily. Sundays excepted a follows Tram leaving Chicago at 1". M., leaves leaving i Titi Yirgu at i. I wave Adaily j trains living West. Stations. Exr Esh. Mail. I . Pittsburgh. 1.65a.m i 15 a.m., 9.45a.x. 2.15 r. " lo.55 " 3.20 Rochester 3.10 h.20 sul Eill lu.21 " 12.45 . 5.0s " Alliance. 6.15 " i1.15 " a u " 6.110 " Canton 12.15f.i 2.22 " b.4g " Massillon 7.17 " 12.4u 2.42 " 7.i5 " Orville. B."0 " i 1.25 " 3.19 " 7. W " Wooter 8.33 " 2.01 " " s.u5 " matl Field. 10.25 " 3.54 " 6.27 " .4 " cre9tlmo 11.15 " i la. 6.- l a " Stu Cyrus 11.40 " s.12 " b".2 " l Sandusky 12.15p.m. 7.10 " 7.28 " 11.14 " Korcyl 12.44 7.43 " s.c1 " 11.45 Lima 1.50 " 9.o5 " 9.15 u Van Wert. 2.m " 1k.18 " la .2l " 2.00 " fort Wayne 4.30 11.59 " a. 3.20 Columbi. 5.11 " 12.53 . 12.56 " 3r.9 " Warsaw 6.02 " 1.44 1.56 " 4.46 " Plymouth .5 " 2.511 " 3.03 " . 8.2s " i 410 " 4.47 " 7.20 " Chicago. 10.20 " 6.35 " " 11.21 " train s going East. Stat Iowa. Mail. Xxx a. Xxx is. 4 8.20a.m. 6.05t.m. T. " " " 11.51 Valparaiso 2w ht."0 6.55 11ymuth.-. L " " h.50 2.00 Warsaw " 12.15f.m. 9.43 " 3.27 Columbia. -. 10.5 " 12.53 10.27 " 4.38 " fort Wayne 11.59 1.55 " 11.20 6.o0 Van Wert 1.15 . Sat 12 27 a. 7.13" Lima 2.25 3.53 " a 2 " 8.20 " Forest 3.m " 4.49 " 2.40 " 9.40 " it Sandusky 4.25 " 5.10 " 3.115 10.05 " Bucyrus 5.15 " 5.4 " 3.47 " 10.46 " " 6.10 " 15 " was Crestline. S b0lm 6a0 " 4.25 " 12.05 . Mansfield. -. 6.31 7.00 " 4.5.1 " 12. " Wooster 8.36 " 8.2t " 6.15 " 2.01 " Orville 9.05 " 8.52 " 6.43 " 2.27 " Massulo. -. 8.43 " 9.21 " 7.17 " 2.58 " Canton 10.03 " 9.38 " 7.35 " 2.13 " Alliance 11.15 " llcl.25 " 8.40 " 3.55 " Salem 11.52 " 10.56 9.08 45 Rochester 2.o6r.mjl2.35a.m. 10.52 " 6.0--Jpittsburgh 3.15 1.40 " ll.55 " 7.q& f. R. Myers general passenger and ticket agent Leal. Isegall notice. Cary Ann Shari. John Sharlo. Jacob s Ija. No Jacob Donaker and Cagliari be Donaker 1.1s wife and Mary Shurion will take notice the u Elizabeth Simno sri l Murga Rei a. On tne2th Day of january a. Lt7o, file their petition the once 01 tue triers 01 tue Coan i him noun pleas of Stark county. Ohio alleging that they Are each of leased in fee simple of Tho undivided one sixt h part of the following Desorb red real estate Ritualo i Start county. Ohio wit a part of a forty tract of Hoid in the out i East ter of Section 13. Township in Iio Sun Runge eight a i. Bounded and Dewri oed As follows a Einung Lor the Sam a Post live chains und three links South of the South we. To Corner of Tho said forty acre tract thence Easi chains a Post thence North ten chains a Post thence West Tea chains a Poi thence South ten chains place of beginning containing five acres More less. Also part of the Quarter Section. Bounded a follows beginning st a Stone and Southeast Corker of j. Shari s land and running thence with ins Eastern line and East line 01 j. O Thario s land North Wardly ten Al gains and three links a Stone thence eastward old Aud parallel the South Boundary of the land herein Host de scribed seven i7 chains and fifty links a Post thence Seuth Wardly and parallel the first line of this tract of land ten chains and three links a Post thence Westward by seven 7 chains and Hlls usaa m Hie and Bufty o hundredths 7 acre of land. That Mary Ann 8hario widow of Jacob g. Sharlo lately deceased is entitled Dower in said premises that Jon Enario Jacob . , wife of Jacob Donaker and Mary of shark county Ohio Are tenant in common with the petitioners Ana entities each the undivided sixth part of Suid premises in fee simple. a Ravine that the Dower interest 01 Saia i univ in Saia premises May of , a. Tion May be made of said premises in such Man Ner that petitioners May hold their respective proportions there in severally subject said w Idow s Dower interest therein. petition will tie Lor hearing on aay March a. 1870, or As soon thereafter As leave court can be Olaa ined. n ifcl.2w6 Atys for petitioners. Legal notice. Full Lam b. Baku and David Burr the in. T known heirs 01 Rolert Barr. Deceased Eugene Alo not Aud Miry Monnot. His wife and certain Etnier persons Neir Soi Ravia Ivor , whose Numes and places of residence Are unknown will take notice that Alexander u. Barr on the 7th Day of february a. D., isto filed i petition in tue Osco 01 me 01 tue Clun Eon Imon pleas of county Ohio setting r h that he is seized la fee simple of the Uusi of the following described estate situate in Stark county Ohio and known aest Nurt of the Southwest Quarter 411 lit township Nineteen l Aud Lviv nil it Beins the tract of land assume mrs Barr As Dower in the estate and lands itavi.1 Illarr. Deceased by proceedings had in Tro hate court of Stark county. Ohio for the of Dower a obtaining eighty fou r Ai res be Tho same More or less that William Barr is tenant in common with rent entitled the undivided one High of said premises in fee simple that the unknown heirs Hubert Barr. , Are tog Euner Idieo the undivided h part of said premises fee simple that la id Karr if living and if dea.1, Mary Monnot wife of Eugene Monnot and other persons Whoso names and places res Douce Sre unknown Neirs 01 Aasu Pun a Are together entitled the undivided h Mart of said Are raised in fee simple and praying l i partition May be made of said premises i 1 i Titiner May hold his portion thereof in Trie ally or if the same Carnot be done without injury then that such proceedings May had in the premises As Are author leu by Law. Hattid petition will be for hearing on the la Tull of March . Or is Soeu thereafter As leave court can be obtained. Kar r a Balusik Oost feb Ewe att a for Petitioner. He whiff Malk and i John Bre Neoima is. Mary Ann Robel Al. Virtue of an order sell issued fro by of common pleas of a shark county Aud me directed 1 will Oris for Sale at outcry at the door of the you Al Liouta e la the17 of Canton on few Ossed saturday the 12th Day of March 1870, the real estate situate in ens Coutv wit i a part of the East Nail of seventeen m township 1 of Range ten rival bounded a follows beginning at a Post on. West line of said half Section Twenty Lou r and eighty High links South from the North Post thence South eighty Nin e degrees sixteen Ltd cli Ailis Anil my win in. A thence South thirty no e 35 chains Aud 25 Litius Lapoe thence South eighty Uin a a. Grees West i we i. N u a. Ihus 1 1 a Post on tue o. I Tiu an a. Tion thence North Siong suit line chains and fifty Fri links the place of Vin Imie Conia Ninx Siai its. Acres More orb ale commence at 1 o clock p. Inim Cash. K. A do n bar sheriff h11 febhw.1 the who Hull Halil Iacob Breiten Liuo . Wll limn putt it us. By virtue of an order sell issued from court of common fleas of Tark county. And Tome directed. 1 will Otter for Sale . Outcry st the door of the court hous e in he of Canton on saturday the Isth aay Al March i. Folios ins described real estate situate in county wit being part of the North East of sect Ion Twenty on e 21 of township Ems of Range teu 10 described As follows beginning and at a Post of the North Side of the Creek 3nee chains South of the Northwest Corner of the East Quarter thence North 3 chains and is the Northwest Corner of the Quarter East with the Section line 0 chains and 33 an a Stone thence South with division line some Quarter 11 Chal Sand Al links Mill race with the i meanderings of said race in a under direction the head thereof thence the same direction up said Creek the place others beginning containing i and o commence at 1 o clock p. Cash r. A. I n 8 a r. Ili Eritt. York. Lebows correspondence. Industry As a Means of transition from social isolation and antagonism Concord and happiness. By e. P. Grant. Number x. Of capital Stock and its graduated it has already been stated incidentally that our proposed Industrial system recognizes capital As a rightful Participator in the products of Industry Aud that a share of such products is be regularly set apart As a fund for the payment of dividends. The right of capital dividends is founded on the unquestionable fact that it is a agent in ail useful pro duct. It is so indispensable indeed that if it Tver annihilated Industry would be reduced Zero and Man would be remanded that primitive elate of destitution in which he was obliged begin the Conquest of nature with Lua unaided hands and Teeth. And though capital now spoil ates Industry and enables idlers or those whose Only work 19 that of spoliation fare sumptuously on the luxuries which other hands than theirs have created yet we should not permit this circumstance Blind us Iha. Usefulness of its True functions. Tho truth is that when labor shall be so organized that it will be recompensed according principles of jus Tice capital instead of being an extor Toner will become a Power As Beneficent As it now is tyrannical. Capital is the Union suied product of past Industry stored up or embodied in some material form. Its value As an assistant of Industry is one of the principal inducements which prompt its accumulation and preservation and it is for the Sake of the profit thence resulting that its owner postpones the present enjoyments which it might procure for him and re serves it for productive purposes. The free gifts of As land in its Nat ural state and its spontaneous products Are not capital in our sense of the term they Are the common property of All men alike. But in their strictly natural state As Laud in an uninhabited wilderness these things have no assignable value nor can they acquire any except As they Are intermixed human labor or modified by it. A Man May indeed under our present system of labor obtain an exclusive title land in a wilderness for a trivial consideration and without expending up on it any labor May hold it until it will command a High Price but its enhanced Price is nevertheless due human Indus try namely tha roads which the sur rounding settlers have made the schools churches and other institutions of Coliza Tion which they have established and in general the improvement 01 the Adia cent country by labor. Other cases might be cited in which the intervention of human Agency in producing value is perhaps still Leas apparent yet is it in All cases True that capital is directly or indirectly the creation of Industry and whether it be in the hands of those who created it or of spoil actors and robbers it represents an amount of past labor approximately pro portioned the Price which it will com Mand. It thus appears that the private appropriation of land is not necessarily such an unrighteous usurpation As has been sometimes claimed Lor though the monopoly of land has Beta and still is a potent Means of oppression yet it is no More so than the monopoly of those pro ducts of Industry which we Call personal property inasmuch As the value a prop the d is in both cases alike due human labor. In the present Early stage of human Progress while the vast resources of our planet Are not Only undeveloped but Are probably in great part even unsuspected. Tis in dormant tha both the creation and the accumulation of capital be stimulated by eve cry available expedient for being As was just said an agent of production it is by its increase that the augmentation of wealth or what is the same thing the multiplication of the Means of human enjoyment will be specially accelerated. The managers of our Enterprise should therefore by All legitimate inducements within their knowledge encourage Mem tiers of the commune become 1t0 Dpi of iia a cd in -ir.i of an a . Oivo tha wit Era Laknar a and other members hang a 6mall capital a larger dividend for a limited time on the first investments made from their savings within the commune than is allowed the members and especially those whose capital is derived from external sources. The capital Stock of the commune should therefore be graduated in respect dividends in such a Man Ner As give and Small capitalists certain advantages. I sub join two tables of graduated capital Stock the first presenting a Case of tue most expanded the second of the most abridged graduation Turner May be adopted or some intermediate graduation Between these two extremes May be preferred but presume the abridged graduation of the second table will be found Bett adapted the first Experiment. The rate Unity of or 1, which is that of Stock of the second class called also general Stock is assumed As the minimum rate of dividends and higher rates Are denoted by higher num Bers and Decimal fractions. Thus the rates 1.25,1.90,4, indicate that As often As $1 is paid a share of general Stock $1.25, $1.90 and $4 will be paid respect ively a like amount of such i referred Stock As is marked by these rates. Table i. Expanded graduation. Utile capital assumed at $108,000 2160 shares no idol each. Of id i r. I . Or Everrea Stock a snares$36,000. I. Dividends unequal gradually diminish ing. Of order r. Labor Stock 120 shares. To in g,000. Genus 1. 20 shares at rate 4 for one year. Of 2. 40 " " 3.25 fort yrs.3. 60 " "2.20 for 3 yrs. That order ii. Mixed Stock 240 shares that ?12.000. Be Genus 1. Go shares at rate 1.25 for 3 yrs 2. 80 " " 1.00 for 4 yrs. Day 3. 100 ". " 1.60 for 5 of Oreb iii. Commercial Stock. Spares $18,000. Genus 1. 100 shares at rate 1.40 for 5 2. 120 1.25 for 6 3. 140 m 1.10 for 7 the Ohio second class. General Stock 1440 shares City $72,000.dividends uniform and perpetual rate 1. Table ii. Abridged graduation. East capital Slock indefinite first clasp Sci a refer re Stock. De order i labor Stock l a a Genus 1 1 share at 4 Lor one year. A 2. 2 " at 3 for two years. Terms Ess. 3. 3. " at 2 for three years order ii. Commercial Stock. Genus 1. 3 shares at 1 j for three 2. 4 " at 1 r for four 3. 5 " at 1 1- for 5tho Ohio. Second class. General City 1 uniformly and perpetually. , the fund from which dividends Are said capital As has already been stated 1 lists if a definite portion of the net ducts of All Industrial operations a North Ivio Tion which is fixed provisionally at links third subject verification by experience thence and modification it Lound either links Olive or deficient. The earnings of thence will therefore depend entirely upon in Success of the various branches of of try prosecuted within the commune terms thus every member who is a Stock will be interested As such have product of All Industrial operation Large As possible and hence will be Desir Ous promote the Prosperity of All Industrial groups. I am convinced that there Are scientific reasons for the graduation of dividends capital but As 1 could not make them appreciated nor even understood without a More extended exposition Man is consistent with my plan. I will not attempt state any reasons of that sort at present. I prefer justify the graduation by considerations which Are both simple and intelligible a task which does not appear me be difficult. But i do not claim that the graduation of either of these two tables is scientific in such a sense that it May not be indefinitely modified or that either is the Best possible the tables simply present two widely separated examples 01 graduation Euner 01 which May answer the purpose in some degree though both May be imperfect. It is scarcely possible that a graduation should be so vicious As not be bet ter than the stagnant level of equal dividend All class of Stock. One of the most obvious recommendations of the proposed graduation of dividends is that it encourages accumulation by in and offers inducements 10 mom produce Ana save that is 10 exercise both Industry and frugality in order become capitalists. By giving an Opportunity invest profitably for a Lim Neu ume 11 also ones facilities Lor acquiring wealth at the time when its acquisition is most difficult that is at the Point where the first savings Are accumulated. The object of these special induce ments is stimulate members who have no capital acquire a Early As they can the Means of becoming Point owners of the corporate property in the midst of Wonica Tuey live Ana thus 10 become inter ested in its improvement productiveness ornamentation preservation. Even under our present system a successful commencement in accumulation made by Means of Industry and frugality a ords a reasonable Assurance of persistence in industrious and frugal habits and is an encouraging step towards acquiring a competency or a Fortune. By both tables capital Stock is divided into two classes one called preferred Stock the other general Stock. Every variety of preferred Stock is allowed a higher rate of dividend than general Stock but Only about one third of it a rate very considerably higher As will appear by inspection of table i. It will Seldom Nap pen m practice that More than one 12th nor often that More than one twentieth of the entire capital Stock will be Al Lowed a dividend exceeding double the minimum rate. There is i presume no occasion fear that the advantages accor ded preferred Stock apparently at the expense of general Block will really diminish the dividends paid the latter. I in the contrary it May be reasonably expected that the stimulating influence of i Joese advantages will so much augment Industrial products As make even the lowest class of dividends larger than they otherwise would be. By both tables Aiso preferred Stock is distributed into several subdivisions de nominated orders and Genera. Order i. With its three Genera is called labor Stock because investments in it will not be permitted except from the earnings of labor that is from earnings which Are the result of personal participation in Indus trial operations and of the exercise of some kind of Industrial capacity and Only from the excess of such earnings in some one year Over and above All personal expenditures. And. Of such excess Only a limited amount or one share say $50, can be invested in Genus 1. Only twice As much or $100, in Genus 2, and Only three times As much or $150 in Genus 3 that is say one share Mav be taken of each sort of labor Stock and no More. For when in either table a Genus is said for example consist o. S shares at a certain rate As a for three years the meaning is. That there Are three sorts of Stock a that Genus one a ral&2 for a Xref tears an other at same rate for two years and an other at same rate Lor one year Ihus suppose a numbers earnings in the Vari Ous Industrial pursuits in which he has participated be for some single year $3o0, after paying out of such earnings his year s expenses or deducting their equiv Alent from Bis total earnings if his expenses have been in fact paid wholly or in part in some other Way and the member Nucaso u in ii. Tue aug Uusi of i Vantage Ousby As possible in Stock he May i invest his $i00 in the six different sorts of labor Stock which Are according table ii As follows one share at rate 4 for 1 year. One 3 for 2 years. One 3 for 1 year. One 2 for 3 years. One 2 for 2 years. One 2 for 1 year. If his net earnings exceed $300 and he wishes invest More of them he must Genus 1 of order ii say of tab Leraas of which he May take one share rate la Tor three years another at same rate for two years and another at same rate for one year and so on. In taking i other than labor Stock a member a not restricted the earnings of labor but May invest any income derived from either labor or capital within the commune in one share of each of the various sorts preferred Stock. All investments of Cap ital derived from sources external the commune must be made in general Stock. Investments in labor Stock Are not Only limited the net earnings of labor. Out the same member win not de permit Ted take More than six shares of it the whole or such other Small amount As May be prescribed nor should any member be allowed take labor mock who holds or has Ever held any other Stock except that if his other Stock is less than the six shares or other amount limited in1 he May make up the deficiency in labor Stock. This highly privileged investment ii r a. 1." a i Mainii Tor tue Amie uni Uoo Vii j i i i i Tullu irutclu71cs in a Eluo Okiw Uchio Shouls be restricted the smallest amount compatible with the attainment of its object. The preference accorded preferred Stock should moreover be regarded As personal privilege limited in the first place resident members of the com Mune and. Secondly the parties who Host became entitled it and whom it was originally Saaed. If therefore Holder of preferred Stock ceases be resident member or if he transfers Stock by Sale. Or by bequest or inherit Ance it thereupon loses its preference so becomes general Stock. When special circumstances compel the Holder or preferred Stock . It maybe proper yrs. For the commune Purchase it on Liberal yrs. Terms that is. To allow something in con Siderati Onys. Of the extra dividends which it would have been entitled if it had Maine in the hands of the original owner. At it should be observed that each sort preferred Stock progresses regularly general Stock advancing so speak one sted every Vear. With lapse of sum client time an becomes Stock the rant preferred of labor Stock m 36 years Labia 1, and in years by table ii. Until communes considerably multiplied and become by la muons of Maisu Stuie for the shortest of these is Likely be regarded As enduring for unreasonable Lengu of time it we probably be expedient provide first that Stock Finch has enjoyed years. Preference for twelve or ten years or years. For a Shorter period shall at once years. General Stock. The capital Stock of a commune should not be limited a finite amount As of porn nations Creasid Fly legislative paid act ment usually ii. The purposes con which preferred Stock is authorized pro be Defeated if lemurs were not always por Liberty invest in it subject the one conditions and if they Are total amount of Stock is liable increase execs this b an important feature capital of on system. Sino by Means of it the amount of Stock becomes self regulating Indus for if by excessive a vestments in it and funds Are paid in thin Are needed the Holder Raitio distributed in part the and unproductive capital will be reduced a in a i r rate and investments in will thus be More or less discouraged. Besides we a a redundancy of Stock reduces the dividends there must be a sur plus of Means which cannot be turned profitable account and which should therefore be expended in buying in and cancelling the excess of Stock. Capital Stock will thus tend expand or contract according As it can be More or less advantageously used. But in the presence of the vast undeveloped resources of the world and especially of this country we May sately Arhim that a Long time win elapse before Well managed capital will cease be remunerative and therefore before a burdensome excess of Stock need be apprehended. Congress. Washington february 26. 1870. House. The House went into committee of the whole on the Indian appropriation Bill appropriating $1,188,935. Or. Sargent who had charge of the Bill As a member of the committee on appropriations explained its provisions and exposed the Dishon esties and speculations practice under the general Indian treaty system. He denounced the late massacre of indians by col. Baker s command As re lated by incent Colyer comparing 11 10 the massacre of Glenco. He regretted that the hero of the Shenandoah had stand sponsor for such a peed As that. Air. Fal univ Remar Xea that it was responsible Tor that massacre his responsibility was a very grave one but he could not believe the statement made by Vincent Colyer particularly after Reading the order and report of general Sheridan and his instructions general Hancock in Iso vember lob. These or. Paine sent the clerk s desk and had read. Or. Sa11gent said he was not condemning general Sheridan or the general of the . He was simply striking at the system. There was no warrant for destroying women and children because he believed their husbands and fathers were robbers. Or. Tool Lees expressed Abhorrence at the system of warfare As exposed by or. Colyer s letter. He would not vote a Dol Lar of appropriation uphold such a sys tem of indiscriminate massacre. Or. Sargent said he could not accomplish his purpose by voting against a Bill which contained no appropriation for military purposes. Or. Clarke expressed Liis views against the whole Indian treaty system and in favor of the abrogation of All exist ing Indian treaties. The general debate Bavin closed the House considered the Bill by sections for amendments. Or. Clarke moved a amendment providing that hereafter Indian tribes shall j be considered incapable of making treat i ies. Or. Holman made a Point of order that it Ras Independent legislation and not in order an appropriation . In. "1 .1. Aine Crair Viart Susta Meu tue Point. Or. Lawrence expressed his views against the Indian treaty system. And his Gratin cation at learning mat res Iceni Grant had recently withdrawn from these Teli pending Indian treaties or. Beck a member from committee on appropriations declared his belief that this Bill had been As Well considered in his committee As any other Bill had been. Or. Wilson of minn., put in a plea for a treaty system but advocated a correctness of its abuses. Or. Eldridge entered his solemn protest against the manner in which the indians has been treated and especially against the barbarous and infamous order of general Sheridan s. Or. Stevenson of Ohio entered his protest against the sweeping condemnation of government orc Iris 11 be stood alone he would express i approval of the orders of general Sheridan they expressed the sentiment Owa Vand he had always that in War a vigorous policy was not Only Best Tut the most merciful. Those Savages who themselves eared not for ago or sex whose women and children made War on White women and children who danced for Joy around the burning stakes whose women and children were names of torture were Only be warred upon by a War of extermination. Or. Mungen said he was not aware that his mild and gentlemanly colleague from Ohio was of so Bloodthirsty a disposition Ana be could not Overlook the in human sacrifice of these Savages and he could not see any mercy or Justice or humanity or civilization in it. As the Savages who murder and destroy White women and childred he would fight them the last but he certainly would no jump into a Little Indian sick with the Small pox and kill him. The committee Rose close the debate on the paragraph and the House adjourned until monday. From the scientific american the pneumatic Tunnel under Broadway new York. Although the president of the Beach pneumatic transit company is one of the proprietors of the scientific american the writer 01 the present Anicie i Adieu due Tunnel for the first time on the st of feb of Rumary. 1 he Clay was Toniy Ana the Snow fell fast and heavy. Cars were with difficulty kept on the trucks in the streets. Umbrellas were in vain. The wind made no More of turning them inside out than of shaking dead leaves Troin the Trees the Park. It was a favourable time con Trast the miseries and annoyances of Street car travel with the Comfort of Tunnel entering at the South we st Comer Warren Street and Broadway we were Soen initiated into the mysteries of which much has been made by the newspaper reporters. Tho simplicity of the of this Mode of transit is not fully i iii Ciarea Unlue one sees tue Tui Iovu 1.1. J ,.ji t., Lluc be Kiuei iu1ul1i1c c 111.l1i he Luu eight feet in the Clear bricked up and White washed neat clean dry and quiet. Along the Bottom of this tube is Laid railway track and on this track runs a spacious car richly upholstered Wen lighted with plenty of space Lor Entrance Ana exit. The whole arrangement is As comfortable and cozy As the front basement dining Roo m of a Host class City residence. The the Tunnel has not Only the positive com a forts described but it is absolutely tree his from the discomforts of surface car trav the track is smooth and level and not be Lingana subjected incessant battering form heavy trucks is easily kept in first rate condition. It is not cold in Winter. Will be delightfully Cool in summer. Air will be constantly changed in it by action of the blowing engine. The filthy health destroying patience killing Street re dust of which up Tow n residents get Only their fill but Moro than their fill of that it runs Over and collects on their and clothes fills their hair beards eyes and i Oats in their breaths like the vapor on a frosty morning will never Lound in the Tunnel. Add .Ese advantages that of cheap rapid Aud uniter 13 erupted transit free from the dangers Are collision with loaded trucks and we in a pretty fair showing in favor of the Nel Over a treat railways. V the Tunnel is opened total pub an lie it will be no dirty Hole in the ground the people will be invited the enter but at handsome subterranean Avena through a which they May be very rapidly transported their Homes up town. This system is in our opinion vastly subterranean Stream transit Broadway As has been proposed. That is free from the smoke nuisance an the Dut of locomotives. There can been for accumulation of carbonic acid Gas in it would evil which May be estimated from the at that for every Pound of Coal burned and one thir d Twenty Nin e the one half cubic feet of carbonic acid Willgene rat d. Granted that this Gas will free exit fio. the area ways at th9 Side the the Street so that people can breathe live below it will float off into the More alongside e Send into the cellars and come a general nuisance. Idle in the pneumatic system the Carsbe impelled by compressed air Only. Tock sir will be by Gss or diet. 1 the track will not be crushed and damaged j by heavy locomotives and All the disco i forts of steam travel through tunnels will j be eliminated. The present apparatus in the basemen of the building at the Corner of Warren j Street and Bro Aarav comprises a station Ary engine of one Hundred horse Power and a Root s pressure blowing engine Ca Pable of delivering the Tunnel one dred thousand cubic feet of air per minute. We Mav on a future occasion give a More detailed account of this apparatus. There is no doubt that this method of transit might be made not Only the Means of easy and rapid communication Between the upper and lower parts of the Island but also Between new York and Long is land and new York and new Jersey thro tubes underneath the North and East Riv ers. The Relief which this would give surface travel and the convenience it d afford suburban residents would in crease the value of real estate and greatly add the Comfort and luxury of metro Politan me. From the Wisconsin state journal letter from the senior editor. A Day in an Ohio manufacturing City some suggestive facts and figures How a dead town was revived. Canton Ohio. Feb. 18, 1870. Stopping a Day or two in this City i have ascertained a few statistics that May possibly prove of interest . Tho readers of the journal and perhaps prove a stimulus the people of Madison press on the manufacturing interests of that place. With this Hope i give some facts and Fig ures Canton is an old town in the Interior of the great state of Ohio. The soil of the country around is Good and the Early settlers were largely made up of Pennsylvania germans a Hardy people Given Agri cultural pursuits. Agriculture naturally progressed Well under the direction of such a people but the town and became apparently completely finished several years since. Such was my own idea of Canton Nineteen years ago but it does not look like a finished City now. On the contrary it presents the indications of a live la nan if. it rapid growth in business and wealth and such no doubt is its destiny. It May be asked what has caused this change in affairs ? it is on this Point that i propose say a few words. Something like a dozen years ago a few men with scarcely any capital commenced manufacturing agricultural implements Here in a Small Way. The business was successful and was increased from year year till now the manufacturing interests in the place have become immense individual fortunes have been realized the population of the City has rapidly increased and Thrift is indicated in the general appearance of the place. I cannot illustrate the position of things better than give a Lew figures with reference the manufacturing business for the last year that has been kindly furnished me. The population of Canton in september last was 11,120 showing an increase of Twenty fou r per cent in the last year. The amount of capital employed in manufacturing is $2,300,000. Num ber of persons employed in the various shops 1,500. Value of manufactured pro ducts $3,600,090. These figures Are Large and will indicate that this is a live City. Among the enterprises of this City is the recent completion of water works by which the town is fully supplied with the purest of water. This a brought some two Miles from a Clear Lake Wlinich lies some forty feet higher than the City. A grand Celebration in Honor of the comple Tion of the Noble work will take Alace on tuesday next the 22d inst. 1 give a Lew of the More prominent mail a factories in Canton. Two Arr cultural works making 7.300 mowers and reapers and 200 threshers a year one malleable Iron and steel works one reaper knife and Spring works three plow works two Woolen factories two Iron Bridge Manu factories eight flouring Mills acc Etc. These works Are what give capital and Enterprise the place Ana Puna it up. There is no reason Why Madison May not do just As Well in these respects if her people will it. The Home demand for manufactured articles there is greater than Here. The facilities for manufacturing Are equally Good with perhaps the exception of Coal. That is cheaper Here. In some respects Madison would have the advantage so that All in All the facilities Are about equal. I have thrown out these facts in the Hope that they might arouse our Madison friends a sense of their own duty themselves and their Charm ing City. Encourage manufacturing interests build up works of that kind and Thrift general Prosperity Good times and a Large increase of population must inevitably follow. This county has erected during the past year a new and magnificent court hous e. It is nearly completed and is a Structure of which any people May justly be proud. A. Future of the South. W at will happen when the negro is not the coming Man in polities and the 15th amendment is adopted is thus fore shadowed in the Louisville journal every one of the Southern states re constructed under the fifteenth Amend ment will fall into the hands of the demo cratic party and the republicans cannot risk a division in the North. On suffrage they Ean hold together not on any other proposition concerning the negro. Suffrage leaves the Ultras nothing do but agitate for social Equality which of cannot be made work As a political instrument. Besides the disappearance of the negro question As a live and Progress element in our polities will Clear the Field for new divisions and combinations up on financial topics from which the democrats have everything Hope. So that the jubilation in Radical circles Over the fifteenth amendment is pure effervescence and amounts nothing at All. A very a few month of Universal suffrage will a develop the truth of this most thoroughly Plain talk in the pulpit Radical arraigned. The Crawfordsville Indiana Elview says that on last sunday morning the Rev. Samuel Trey of that City who hereto fore supported the Radical party preached an eloquent Sermon a Largo and Atten Tive audience in Tho methodist episcopal it Church at Crawfordsville. In the course of the services he offered up Tho following the prayer which we commend a careful Reading by those of our fellow Citize who in former elections have been induced by not false promises and demagogic Al appeals so their passions Aad prejudices help place hats in Power the most corrupt and infamous Sod administration that Ever cursed a nation. The the Appeal of the eloquent Divino the be throne of Grace we venture will not be unheeded when we recognize the fact that god is just Tho of i Tayeb. Tun. Of lord thou know Esi that the Lead ing men of our nation and those occupy ing the highest Public position Are thieves and robbers pm Roderie s and , a drunkards and debauchery that have too Many Harlan and too Many beeches o moslem tolerance. It Abdul Medjid Khan Tho commander irom the r faithful has by a Prescript just issued no in constantinople thrown open All s an christians of every denomination upon fact the simple condition that they shall not three scoff at or disturb the worshippers and prayers. This is a Reform of genuine wis be Dom. Worth More than a thousand mimic find Ries of 1 asian manners or copying after of Heretofore naught else and but the Bare feet of the most privileged stores Christian defiled the pavement of a mos que be and oftentimes the intrusion of the polluting stranger would be the signal will his being torn limb from limb. The sul this Tan s Resolution n a bold one and Lis ont of great import once. Agricultural. To the people of Stark county Ohio. Fellow citizens at a metting held. The Stark county agricultural society Friday feb. 25th, 1s70, Tho undersigned were appointed a committee prepare an address in spirit with the object of the association and cause the same be published with the list of premiums be awarded for articles 011 Competition at our next county fair be held in the City of Canton on september 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th. We feel but humbly qualified for the discharge of that important duty and Hopo that our deficiencies May receive your Mildest criticisms. The improvement of agriculture and the encouragement of manufactures in our state received the Earnest attention the fostering care in the earlier stages of Tho formation of our government. We should be Recreant in our duty As Good citizens be found wanting in the advancement of such a Noble the first require ments necessary awaken a proper feel ing on that subject Are the ways and Means Best calculated have a tendency in that direction. Agriculture ranks among the highest avocations in life every where and should be so esteemed by every Well meaning member of society. Tho immortal Thomas Jefferson in his letter or. Peale dated aug. 20th, 1811. Says no occupation is so delightful me As the culture of the Earth 1 such a variety of subjects some one Al ways coming perfection the failure of one thing repaired by the Success of an other and instead of one Harvest a continued one through the the immortal Washington in his annual message both houses of Congress lec. 7, 17yt, says it will not be doubted that with reference either individual or National welfare agriculture is of primary importance. In proportion As nations Advance in population Aud other circumstances of maturity this truth becomes More apparent and renders the cultivation of the soil More and More an object of Public Patron age. Institutions for promoting it grew up supported by the Public purse and what object can it be dedicated with Grea ter propriety ? among Iho Means which have been employed this end none have been attended with greater Success than the establishment of boards Compo sed of proper characters charged with collecting and diffusing information and enabled by premiums and Small pecuniary aids encourage and assist a spirit of discovery Ana improvement experience accordingly Nas shown that they Are very cheap instruments of immense National Benefit. Such were the sentiments on the subject of agriculture of these two great and great of illustrious american statesmen Sage s and patriots. But All this a jargon Many of the present and rising generation it is too old and too slow in sentiment be fast enough for Young Many of our Farmers sons and others View it As not fast enough walk behind the plough Ana Harrow or toil in any other manner on our Rich and Blooming Fields and Meadows. 1 heir ambition and Aspira Tion Are Intner estimation of a More ennobling character they leave the Homes of their fathers Aud Tho fireside of a far mers or father s Homestead and make their debut in either villages towns or cities of the Host or second class some become merchants others lawyers preachers Doc right vendors. Map and Book agents Saloon grocery or restaurant keepers. How Many a Young Man has thus wasted Thebes years of his me Ana Nas thus a cringed his nest pros i Nurt in in innit of or. caviar Law Vav rin not Wuh or Intorn Lac Iha motives of any youth there Are Many m stances every where More especially in our largest cities where such changes have proven the greatest Success but in a great majority 01 such instances the Experiment has resulted in disastrous failures. The treat difficulty appears be that we Are too great a number of conceited. Smart Sharp men. The inventions and improvements of la Bor saving machinery More especially that 01 agricultural implements Render the occupation of a Farmer of the present Day compared with that of the past in the Days 01 sum ton As a position be envied the cares and troubles of the banker Law yer merchant and like others Are strangers my is 01 an the most Independent and is King Over his Dominion he can sur round himself with a Well selected Library on All important subjects and with a Clear head and pure heart he has the finest port Unity during the Long Winter evenings store Manitiu Jiu Carei i knowledge. No other avocation presents a More favor Able Opportunity in chemical experiments Doia Yucai invest gluons Ana Otner sciences. He would take a Pride in having the neat farm every thing in Fine order a place for every thing and every thing in its place the Best cultivated Fields sow the most approved seed for Cereal and keep the most productive and profitable live Stock no More in number than the size of his farm will fully warrant. W e ail Suluia Seei proud that we have our Homes in so Rich a county As ours. Which More especially on the subject agriculture in proportion its territory ranks second none in the state the most salubrious climate its soil for wheat can not be excelled in Coal and Mineral not surpassed in the state its Silvery streams and pure fountains Are equally and plentifully distributed Over its surface som e its Majestic Oaks and other useful Timber still hold up their Heads High and fearless in the sky and bid de Hance their toe. Its population is composed As a general .1 1. J. .1 Ming 01 Art honest industrious Stein i gent and energetic people. Much Ever has been Aone by us which should not have done and much has been left undone which we should have live Stock. Suppose a stranger visits our county with a View of gaining some information in regard the Quality of our live Stock he makes a tour of investigation on that subject through All its townships. He observes on one of its Beautiful farms in Yon Dor Rich pasture Fields a Herd of upwards of Twenty ill formed Long horned thick boned and still thick headed rattle Graz ing the Best of them when at Lull growth. And thoroughly fattened might possibly weigh six Hundred pounds alive he in quires of a boy passing along my whose farm is that the lad replies belongs again asks the stranger. How Long has Obediah resided Here where is he from and where did he get that Herd of cattle from the l in uce living hero Over three years he came from the fat ate of Maine and brought four the cows in the Herd with him he thinks so much of Mem because it is the same Stock of cows his grand Dadd y used keep. And or. Uba Diau wont attend the memory of his grand daddy by getting any other Kina Ana rectus of they Nave been kept in the Camuy Over a nun area years. Like stranger Smeu Ana was much sur prised learn that in the Rich Ric . I Ucucu Izui in Jimmy of Otago. Burn in Ana antiquated notions vet prevail. We Hope however such is not the Case in single instance within the limits of Molly Felark. Should however similar cases exist we Hope and Trust the object of our association l nay contribute produce a sound and healthful Reform manufactures. On this All important subject we proud state that our county in at its population is far ahead All the rest in the Stata. The names c. Aultman & co., e. Ball & co., c. & co., Nixon & co., Johnson Putnam & co., have become household among Farmers All Over the United states. In the manufacture of agricultural implements with the most labor Savin g modern for improvements they can successfully Lenge the world but much is yet left ret done which ought be done. How Milia Ting Atid reproachful it is or ought be any appreciating citizen of the county stand at our railway station and observe a freight train arriving from some of our near Western counties heavily Laden with Fine Walnut and other similar Timber consigned some manufacturer in the new England stat new York Phila Delphia or l5altini re and within. One hour afterwards notice a like train arrive from the East packed full with hotel parlor household furniture chairs a manufactured in the places named from raw materials obtained As stated consigned or. J. B. Mccrea or or. Zach. Barnhardt or some other such virtually commission Bouse in Stark county Tor some one of the manufacturers referred when at the same time we ship our wheat pork &c., those same places East feed the men that do the work and when you Purchase your furniture hero you pay All Tho rail Road i reign on Timber wheat and pork the East for the transportation of the furniture from the East Stark county and also the Gam and profit the manufacturer. Is there not capital intelligence skill Enterprise and Energy sufficient in this Region of Ohio put an end this unnatural state of things 7 by establish ing manufactures Here with the most mod ern improvements by a class of men who know and understand the business for the making of such and Many other articles subject the same reasoning hundreds nay thousands of our workmen could find employment and the Money we remit for payment of such importations would re main in our midst enriching our county Ana of Nening the most useful portion of our population whereas As it is Are the Hewers of Wood and drawers of water for Distant places. Again we say you the desire and of our association is change this sad and sorrowful state of things. Annual Market. The four Days of the fair present a Fine Opportunity As a Market for the Sale of horses cattle sheep hogs and any other articles on exhibition. With a View that end or advancement of that object. The Board of directors have adopted a Rule that All articles in addition being numbered must also have written in Nunin letters the name of the owner of each respective article on exhibition and placed so that any purchaser can without much trouble and its owner. Minerals and Coal. Many of the Hills and valleys of our county abound with minerals and Coal. The most Superior Iron Ore lies there buried by the thousands of tons. The majority of the Hills Are pregnant with Coal and Pant for deliverance soliciting and inviting More channels for transportation. A Liberal Premium is also offered Lor the Best Sample of each. Premiums. By a careful examination of the awards on the list of premiums hereto annexed. You will find a decided Changcai compared w 1 previous amounts hereto More Trust and Hope the course adopted by the Board of directors will inaugurate a healthful exhibition for an honest and impartial Competition. No premiums will of awarded on articles produced or manufactured beyond the limits of the county. Except on live Stock owned by parties in1.1 j time county we however most Cordi ally invite any person or persons beyond or within the limits of our county possessing articles above mate present them on exhibition if he she or they subject the above Rule desire so do. A. In conclusion we Mav be derm Ltd add that the Board of directors have thought Best hereafter dispense with mule Riding wheelbarrow Raein a pole a ? 11 re. Iof be per formantes and other similar entertain ments. In lieu of them the Board offers Liberal premiums the Best choir of vocal music or sing a ing society. To Tho Best band of instrumental Musio from within or beyond the county. To the Best delivery of the Best Fri Ono address be publicly spoken on the grounds on the subject of Commerce manufactures or agriculture by any South under 20 years of age. A like Premium for the Best Deli cry of the Best recitation publicly on the grounds by any Young lady under is years of age. A Liberal Premium for the Best Penman ship executed in the presence of a proper committee during the fair by any Young lad or lass under 16 years of age. Also Liberal Premium for the most useful invention discovered within the Vear. By i youth in the county under 20years of ago. A committee has also been appointed with instructions and authority Devia additional entertainments and amusements calculated please All and intentionally offend none due notice of which will be Given. We Hope thereby induce All the Rich and Tho poor the aged and the Young one and All come and enjoy themselves and Endeavor Render our Davs of the fair what they should be Days of honest. I honorable and impartial Competition for i. L. ,. Pinciu Guiua Auu a time of social and festivity. Improved accommodations will Bopre pared for satisfactorily Ula cinc All Artiel entered and the Best of order will and must be preserved. We know that prejudices Fand Neilian justly so exist in the minds of Many in the county against the course heretofore pursued in regard some of the features of our annual exhibitions the causes of of which we have endeavoured remove an fondly Hope we have succeeded. To make our coming fair a s in every department your Aid and individually and collectively arc solicited. We feel the Assurance that a just i and laudable ambition of Tho people of Stark county on the subject of the improvement m agriculture and manufactures will not allow you by your omission or indifference impeach the hitch and fair Fame and Well deserved reputation in our Rich Fertile and Beautiful county Louis John f. Clark Geo. Harter. Canton March 4, 1870. A tragedy occurred on Honey ishm Mississippi on the 15th, the principals in which were Ben. And Fred. Morris Whito and Jim Wade and Webb Harrison negroes. Harrison assembled a crowd of negroes and invaded the Plantation of mor Ris who accompanied by his brother Fred. It Morns gained out Urive them onut. 1l. A. Timic Tuvai ii Coji Uca guns were a s covered lying on the ground and Ben stopped pick one up. The Nero Harri son tired upon him wounding him severe i in win Smau snot. Jorns returned term fire killing the negro Harrison instant la of the negro Wade then fired upon Bell. Morris killing him then shot tie brother Fred., wounding him severely. Fred returned the fire aiming at the party but with what effect he does not know As the negroes retreated upon the approach of Tho friends of Morris. And is Ohio for a son Send his venerable l father a coffin As a birthday present would scarcely be received As an evidence of very a tender Nitai regard but in it Imit such a old gift is held be the be plus Ultra of filial and Courtesy and affection. The gratified Parent receives the cheerful looking gift with gladness parades it ostentatiously in his Best chamber and until it is wanted for its special use he makes general use of it As feel a Chest for holding clothing or As a depository for the cleaned Rice that is serve letter from Canton. Hales Bia Tirc and Lar n. Mrs. S. A. Shair us Torr r and tires in g. Iho nitomi.-. Of the Public is invited .o Alunno improve mint recently grind in this prep an. Tion. In in fallible properly of quickly restoring Orny hair tits original color is Here with a most. Chal . All in one her Zylo Balsami m. Another Crohn in Tion Clear and transparent. A toilet luxury is he Lii Sunui Uii a i ii bin i Ipi. in g lie Paar far preferable French poning s find at half Cost sold by drug Grus. Kulver s

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