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AKRON.
AKRON. Grand Lodge of I. O. G. T.
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On the 4th Just, 'the Gnri4 lodge of
-"Good Templars, of Ohio-, -met at Akrton, and
held iu Eighteenth Annual Session. A1S
the Grand office re, and upward of 200 dele
gate and visitors were prcstirft, (
r The-sueetiDgwas harindnicm, and seen
ralgond feeling was prevalent throughout
We hare not apace for a. full report fif th
doings of tne Lodge, and will only give th
resolutions on Political Action, which were
adapted wih hut-a. or Jhree, UisseuUnc
i voices. They art lis iollowa:
f 5 i WeSria. The R. V. Gran J Irfidw dM ia
f , j it platform in 13i8 adopt principles of to-
1 1 J m . m inence ana prontoitton ot tue Jiguor
wine; sua 81 us io annual sessions last
held full? approve and endorse the pricci
yivw oi mo niionni rroniomori ari v, or'
ganiaod in Chios po, SrTt.'2l; 'lSW;'alcd
Whereas, The part; Las iu Ohio submit
t?d Etate and local nominations for the sup
jwri oi wuiperaws yjrs; laereriiw
j.tjjjrca, u osi Ks couineia .ma sc.-
f I tioaoft
V K Jure th
'the Prohibition Party in Tilaciup be
i id voters orunto x ticcc ot uueum
promising temperance men, on a platform
ol entire fronibitiun of the liquor tratiie
and rejoice in the rapid progress it is m.ik
. icg in jhe hearta and' votes of the? people
iu ibia&isie.
n . Z. mat wmie we are noi political or-
auiaatoB, we regard it She tnitsion ot sub
J .'ordinate lodges not only to reclaim the
V t taHen-sn t Save thcyoimj, but to lEltract
? -"their nieiut-ers and rtie public in thc o.r-
rvcfc jiriuviuies 1,1 iriufeiHuca rciurm, and
recommend to the careful consideration o
11 Good Templars in th-j Slate the claims
of the Prohibition purl v.
3. That we reatiirin our ronfidence in tHe
wisdom which led to ihe founding of the
r a a .. .. .
v t T t ;8 rroniuiti Jn ariy, and believe tnat in
.tjliS sj: o be-our stfpa el- moral, political end. anal
success, . ;. ..j- . i - a
GRAND OFFICERS.
The following Grand Officers were elected
lor the ensuing year
17 Grand Worthy Chief Templar Gideon T.
Stewart, of Sorwalk.
, . Grand Counselor Mrs . Ma Hie AlcCiellan
Brown, of Alliance,
Grand Worthy Vice Templar Miss Flora
A. uaveniort, oi xeuow Bud, Koas uonntv
Grand Secretary Julius A. 6tencer, of
-..Cleveland. " r. -.i
Grand Treasurer H. J. Top ley, of Athens,
The following were appointed i
G. Chaplain Es v. W. . . Chadwick,
ofUolumuus. . .
. G. .W. Marshal E. Jay Pinner, of Jefler
son, Ashtabula County. "- .
' 6. W. A. Marshal Mrs. MaMie Cstick,
of nashmgton, Fayette County,
'G. W. 1. G Miss Florence TTord, of
f-v .Hashinctpa Cbunty. ; .1 ':
G. W. O. G.- W. ic"helbergr, of Wil-
... JiamsCouLty. ,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES SELECTED.
T.. L. TTillprd, of Cleveland, John W.
i SliBcheomb, of Green Sprinc?. and V. W,
Lampirt, of Toledo. 11. M. Eaton, of
Ciaelaud,-wat chosen Clerk, of. the Board.
REPRESENTATIVES TO R. W. G. LODGE.
Eernlars G. T. Stewart, Eer. P. SI. IFcd
::- -! ML Mrs. Mnecifl Utick.
Alternates it. L. JVillard, T. J. McLain,
fit sr. sston: - : ' -
The Gooi Templars were placed under
obligations to the people of Akron for the
kindness and respect shown them
By invitation of the Beard of Directors
of the Summit C-iunty Agricultural Soeie
. ; ty, then iu scssioa there, and alfo by iuvi
tation of the Directors of Buchtel College,
1 now building, those who could, on Friday
morning, the 6lh, paitf a visit to both these
institutiuusv .. . ... . .. .. , ..
Uuchttl Colog, asicany of ouriiixeus
kno. is to be a Universalis! College, and
baa for its patron John Ri Buchtol, of
Akron. Mr. Buchtel settled in Akron,
m many je r ago, as a' -ds'y-la borer; and
wnen married, twenty-eight years ago, was
worth but about one tbeuaaud dolltrs.' By
industry and frugality he has become im
mensely wealthy, and is the head and
front of the Buckeye Bea per A Mower eatab
lisliieht'orCenton and"Xtronrrfel!as
given iorty thousand-dollars toward build?
"ing Buchtel' College, which is t-'c'ost about
one hundred and thirty thou?ant "dollars,
and he says ha. will gve forty thousand
dollars' more toward5 its'-completion if it is
necefsary.for him to doso. The college is
on an elevation overlooking many miles of
country on all sides. The grounds eom-
Jriae l b ut seven acres, to which some ad
iliens are to be made. Tllien cempleted,
'thaboildiug wilLba a grand structure, and
wi.l be th? pride ol Akron. ... .-
On the Fair Gronnde, we met Dr. 0, S.
Hartshorn, of ilt. Union college, who was
exhibit ng eome rare specimens of the ani --mat
liogdom, which hVbad had slufied fori
his museum.
Tbe neat meeting of the Grand Lodge
will be held iu i'orUaiouth. . . r . r r,
10 .
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It a
tFana fori Sale;!
-0-
,j i ,-,? 160 acres irt Unioa township 110 of
: -' ' which is cleared lard, 3!) acres bottom,
good frame house,' log tarn, good well
rJ 'I'JaV'th doofVjf good coal bank. jPrtce
" $3,000. "Payments eaVyl tustbe sold
Tturel -somebody fiiU .get a bargain.
For particulars, call on E. MJ tan be"
. xyT llcConnelsvilleOhia .
July 7th, ls71-tf.
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.! srnT-Sto fJoUny elug ;2U3;v ;
Stwsfsssral thagrcajaH.TSmeaj, r ,
lateSi!eiPeosto50Ty ea rarrk. J
TaclnslDC Fsraeia. lleehaates, Usrehaati, Pro.
.is..: o tjjj Mra Vor:ers.'Tiiir.!cers. and ail ata-v"-"
aer of Honest Folia, aal t8 Wtyej, ecas, tzA
" os acsoasD copies roa 933.
Or lass tbsa One cm a Cur. Let tcra Ll a ,
850Cioos:cTcrrci;Oiacc
- at rb an six aad pxent duraoter' ts ' ' J
TOB VREOLr, betwek a mass variety ot
asisceliaaeoiis raadiae. acd famish:!; Uia awa
toitssaaicribatswith greater m iMUpiaaasjaa
,nhl?i rt-l',r--!vjH-f0f.?-rfr. '
TEX DA ILT SC5, S3 A.Vtf S.'
, A areg-alrteutly -rOTd:s aewppcr. Witn tra
.'- largest droalAlion n iLW woritL re. ta.4
fM'Klest. st:'1 f'!aiicpe la po::tjcs. All tl:8 &cvs
- v fnwHi eiy I aiailj
19 Mint a auu, or 93 a jou.
.n.7.2 to cLtrsa
nva eaplsa, a yar, stparatelr ac fcw-il.1
Fear Bailarc.
Ten T, 0ee Mristciy sJdrod (sol "
aaaxiraeopy tobbeceu'r up of clurj).
tlsfet ildi-tr.
Twsntr eaglet, one Ywr, aepRnttiy adirretsc?!
(&.-d as auracopj su Uie tPdcr ap of cir.tr,.
. r useea iieiiars
fVty sfti-l. nB'Tir', one aier-aai tL4 ' f'
i -iriy-iarce iiciiara
Si.-
yrfty eotrfea, itm year, wwateiy andresred (a-. l
. Tiitrty-v9 Dollars.
0 1 1 1 i Be "hawinsi erM, one year. t- rce adJrn
( .D1 uid ai-j JM w 1 uo li. . r n j.
c!aij. . Li'ty 'Dollars.
- ' One smmlrM cp'r. on Tar. separately t V .
drer 'JiQvJ Ul3 iliT. J 0-c Jfif to l uu frul:l
tjorelnij, "iiiiity Uiiiari. "
y . - - .
the srar-EnxT St.'
Viva copies, one rear, update It srtdreM.
i --.r-i'T.-' . tliea ii!avt
. 1 t oodles, one rpsr rtwirat aiiorjisolr lad
til- T. nTlracory to tatter -aufcl ii. . .
' I SZSP .YCCti, M!)$ET i.
fp". r-ih.-. rHm. cicln, or drelti n"5c
4-xiU frhcrcv?.- c.-avoniw Xfol. ;av-axrsstS
L W. EVOI..S wt. T-i!.". -e-.
McCOWLLStlLLIl BlSIXESS CARDS.
"JO IIi!'-A-LEX-A;W J) E R;,
. ....We keep onibanda, and ere cousta'nti receiving;,
LARGE STOCKS OF PttUGS AND MEDICINES!
We ue-,lsoj aueitensive lineof fAlMS, Uift til KFK, U1I.S end I1KU5II-
Es, all of which we offer lo the roblio -t nbe lovrfst, tuarkct rates. Also, e Invite
our cuetotners to can and examine oar large aa J well seiected
STOCK OFVAJLL IVT-RK I
WHICH WE AltU fepLLUSli EXCELDINGLYIXIW. . '
Tpril 2Sth; 18Tl-41y.- JOHN" AliliXADfLE:
3 JD.S.UD SH J3S3 EL
.t i
1
AMOS BMADlT,
North side of Center St., between ast,and Term Sts.jXfcConrielsV-.lle, Ohio,
lias Always to Offer lo-XlfCiisloTaer' lite titatQnalUIcaer.
- t- - TT tl ! I TT T I li : Tl i A in a TirI.MaC3 K-i rrt ' T I . rrtr -T-
am j autw uidrv iaj a aiiiiij s w.a j , ,. ,
Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the mnrket, always
rrces to buh tae unira. , r, f'ty l-ipru 1, 1S7 J ly
oil hand
South side of Center St., three doors E.is! of Public Square, JcConnelsTine, 0.,
HARDWARE, TINWAUP. TOVKS. STOVE TKIIIjILNGS,
.... ti: ; :KY, SAILS, iiLASS, PJ.OWS, &i; 1c" "
CDTLE.
B. -Aeent for tne sale of tho "Acme .i.'ower & Eenrer. an improvement
on tue climax, wnica gave umversaj sutHiuction last season. TAn. 2IMy.
ma io is r
V t3
IjE B
IE0B:
: j l10 Connelsville; ' Oliib. , .
-Aag.4,lS71-tf. ' ; ViS; t:j H:!,'
Iry Goods Ir. ICLry:&!eods ;!
i ...
IV. I). 'Cs'SIcCAUTy. Deaicrs in-DrvGoofe
. , i ; . ' ...v. '
? f .
nthe Xorthside of CenteiStreet, two dfiors East of Fui
. - : BeUville.'OLio. ' v
WlC fciluaroi
y.TS. None hut the very best nn.ilUy of iroifxls of anv kind everkpri rini
alivayssdld at Oife lowest of tjash, "prices. TuJks I:isi Vocds maie a .srEC'I-
. w .-.., r ; il Jti4l 5.!a- . , . ! i ,..v
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St., cast of Pub. Squnre,l'cCoiir.elFvilIe,0 ,
. - iias on hands, at all times, the most complete atsortnientof the
Very latest Styles of HATS anclCAPSI
XE1T CJOIS Rccelted'Titb erj Change in JJio Seasons !
'"' evejitehc sciit 'iiri? roil ciair-ea. '
The Jllgliczl Cash Price paidftr Mink, Skunk) and Coon Skins 1 ''
April 2i'ilS71 ly. - i ' ' L ' ' .'
. Grrocery and Fro vision Store !
D. , KQfjtfi MUJ3 ME Y liave'oa hands at all times,
l tli best f . . ,.,. V .
TEAS, tOFtEE?, SUG ARSIOL A SSKg, A.'D G P.QjrT (; yyvn a LLT,
Keep a Fall Supply of ;All Kinds of Provlslons in ills iljRrkci.
IC. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours ofthedav. None but the
best of Cattla kiiled,'nl bt'iisequently their beef is always of tlie beKt ouality.
" I . . i i .1 i ... .!., . ... . .... - - r t ti'-. ...... .
ivui tmu uj ue :iun ui iie fvtvT.ercy. . ; w ' t l-iplli Uolt lj.
U.N D E RTAKEfiS !
HTortb-Easl corner of .CciUrciiViFens?efrrcl.
.1
3!cCOX.'L,?VIfiLE. Oil TO. -
Keep'conRtently on band a complete assortment of Ct-Ch'a. UuriMl Cu. if., and have
tlietr en:ploy Robert A.lnjlierion, who will make this tfypurtm-ut ol bu-iuac a t p t
cially.i Iu 'jnaeotin with- tlltir huineps, tliey hsve fitltJ up a Grst-c'uss '
Um ESTABLISil.MI'iiNT, :
And are prppurtd to fornsh allpatrcDS wi'h wbatcver tiiev may went io their L1ICE
May 12,1871 ly. i , - "
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.DryiGociIs, Groyne-?, "Boots andkSIi'des,;::
' : v: i w. UornerJEIst nd Centre Street') 1 "
resa'arly. The higbest
PUOITj CE"in''esfflihCL'V fur Goods.
TlieSasli & loor -Factory,
McCocneLivle, Ohio, , ,
. 1 .; : ;! .. - .. -. . .
Furnishceio order FLOORING, WE AT H E R DO. A XI D I X Gt S ' DIN G, CEILING
SASH, SHUTTERS, BLIND? & DOORS, BOX 4 COM.VON WIN-.
DOW. FRAMES, BRACKETS,- BVTTONS .AND
- . r 110ULDING3. ALSO, ' '' "' ' ' ' ' i '
PlalBlagr ASIatcIilug-, Scroll SalKEii EJppIcj; Done to Order;
r0k Pirolar and Pine lomber bou14 airdaollj- . ! ,-
April 21, 1871-ly 1 - - U. iS. VTELLS, Superi(ii!&nt.
r-y . ) j.. t i
WORLEY ADA5IS.-
Iif' " F. il.'KAIILER.
Dealers
-29
nio.
priie pai.l for t U' 111?
LMuj 4,-71.r-lj. :
'A.M.
ScisaooB.
liV'-"'KljNS-M'0'B--& BON,"
S . , ' 1 1 4 I ;,".l , ' 1 , . j . ;
" - , Keep on "hand a very large Stock o.f- . ; , . , , ' ' .
FURNTnURF,;to-w:t:i.CIlAlRBj TABLES, URKAb;EED3TEADSric., 4c.
A, tWr.SALEl:00.W5ia' ---" -
IcCOlSrEILVIL-I.lT: JLNTD MALTAi
Platform is
Ci'The-rimploy renelmt first-class mecliahves, trid warrant all tneir wnft.
"Good work, good j ay and low prices 1"
Their.
Apr:; 21,'lSTl-6m.
1 .
.iT. "W Cor. of l?ub. Squ., Mc Conn els ville, O.j
; ; : iu .:! i:;' f4 .Dealer In. " '? ( ti .fl ' c .tJ .i
BSUCS, EEIilCim P'URE LE1DS, PilSTS, CILS. CrES k BTE STUFFS, PEEJUSSiT,
" TO V and ? -J-f -T I?
"grg rrr-n err gr t?r:.r5:
r
,f& Pbvsirians' Prescriptions carefully compoun Jed, and Paints mixed to order.
7.ApTii2i,a8rt-ir, -f ,rxr. ...it .i,;,.,,,;,.,,', -u
-Ils 4UV.- .-J.t i if' :' tut -
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u 1.': v. ciii
ZAES VIL.L.E IttSli:S!S C'AUU!.
!ir ,vT" 1.--
DEALERS IX
HAEDWAREh
1 .!:. : '
B VILDIXQ MA TEKIA L t
iCEICULTtlil-ISPlCfiSnS
CAUrEXTEH'S TOLS f
Fine and; Cosmnon Fire Fronts I
Ol
THE ri'BSJiC aro coraially inrited tocall and sen ns atTe.S. Main
Street, Zanesvllle, Ohio. . . ' V. B. LEWIS A f)
Sept. 22, lS7l-4w. . . ' r
II.- hUTLEDGE."- .
F. G.UA1LST.
"TT:" trilk'utledge & imley,
Alters niock, So. 56 Slain Street, Zancavtlle, Ohio, '
IIt rpBe eompW Slock f VelVI-tiiTjody trd Tapealrv TlrcaseTp, Extra Bo
ixrs jii-H.-rfiruM, ' Hidinm 3uktj, li;rain, Venetian. Du'rh "Wmil, Co:iai?e, Memp,
and lU,r Cr,-li.. AljiO Wall Puir W'ui.low sli-d, .Vaiti KaiS. OfiClollis Ac'
Aleuts lor il,irtItiz il UaDtks. V invite tie Pub IC to call md Tfimire rnir
Stock. f.rlinp a. ij-ri
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MALTA KlvVJ.tsS ARUS.
J. DAVIS.
V J. M. i-OGEilS & CO., . , .
h'&fh&i & f A a Tf? fi
4i4? fJ ifi. Cti: A fct
Front St.. near the Eridgt, Jfalta, OL;o, keep constant!? on Land
tRr All Orders Prsimpllj Attended To ! -a .
April 2t, 1371 ly. -
t
ut.
.. " GEORGE JANEWAY,
. f
West side of Eell Klret-t, Malta, Ohio, keeps a weil selected assortment 01
BlRiiMir, TiXlviEE, STCli'S end iTliTE TlillliSCS. FaEIISG tTtSJiU,
A2JD li Vlii5 ALii TO CALL ON UIM. -
. f5?" SpecialwsTter.tion given to the trade in Stoves and Stove, Trimming.
Aiient fur th? sale ol the celebrated "Cliimtr ilj.ver L Keaper." E?-rvtaiBX
sold 'low for cash. '.April 21. 1j7I It.
. Cio:, t(cti:ii3,citvi3 Styes, Jie.
Dry Goods JIerchant, South erst corner tf Front andEslI Sta., Valta, Ohio, haa
always on liana a complete stocs cx
DIIY GOODS, NOTIONS. GUOOERIES, QUEENS"
.V 'WAKE, BOOTS A.U SUOSS, &., t.- -
;'"':, - ' -w--.- .
BtS5-New G.viflj received regularly, as a flourishing trade- demands. Ery
thins solil at the lowest cash figure. Country 1'iouace tala in exchange for
, : . Apr.rZI, lS71-ly.
GALLEKY,
tkesizs: -
asks the rtjhlic t. esll nd examine his
speciiueu Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am-
bntyies, lonis, ;,e.,.wflics mwhoi
sui giassea any wit?ro , ci ous pertecveu ai
rangeraents Thereby any ore can be ac
comodated wilh the finest of Oil Paintings
and piclureaf India Ink Work. Koomi
over Boone-'s Sadiiier Shoj), in J. C. 6tone's
BuilCiiig, CenUf Bsreet, 4lXlia'"mt
Uu.. .... . . l
NOT 1 0 K
ASD
MILL I N E R I
AX'
T7tleale ana B.tts.11
?. axo: '.
..f MALtA, ; onio.; --r
- BUSINESS 'DON R ON A
STKlcfjiY. CAS II 'SYSTEM ti
Sit c tuss.
May be found at hisotilceon
f HE iOlTU WEST COItSEQ
or Tn
. T-'n'blhT Pqnaro
M 'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO
Atalltiiues, whu not aoa-iui on Profv34
H, Ij. TRUE, v
Physician &. Surgeon,
; ' M'COmSVlLLE, OHIO,
Treats nil loraH of scire and c irooia
diseare, on new and improved principles.
Calls protupi!y attended to, and cljorgM
reanabh. OFFICK :: inil'jrr:' Nw
B'ii!din, on Center street, . w litre k
will t-efuunj wbeoDOtprofsioonllyn!.'jr
e.. . .... Feb. 3L"l371.
1 - AxrrAcrcuEB or
er BOOT AXJ) iIlOKSl"fr
Opposite Bluimnej'st ; Grcey
Siore. . ''iiv
' O.i Center St., X'tCcvnetxille, fX "
EG, Special attention giveu to C.t'-
Lr.j;. Patronage iolicited.
,-' . 7 '.,- ,V: . O - v 5
s' . -,. to -d. :.-9S
'5 a U
g es' 'a'-O s-
csd t ,-.- - ) ji . Q
' '; 17 -; 5- :' -'"' 2 ? IH fjj
"(3 T.-.i. f.-.ajl - g
-'- " i wr; ; '
f,5 .-.: -1.5 fi ':;!Oe
GIVEN TJib j
That' 11YAS ia tlie-'BEST
C i;i!I.i:;i ever in SicCO."iXi:l.
vi 1.3.::. . .
lie ha cbnstict!r on hanif a good asrV
me nt oirine and Btojis Boots, of b:s owa
ni&uuir.ctur',' which ba is oQrint a the
lowest C.Vill rates. Giye him a call w tits
eitabliiliuient n Korth-west corner of PuU'
lie s.inre, M.-Coiu.tlTUie,'0 j.o. ; -"J J
Si-tt.iC,l.-7U-ty..-. ; , 1 : '
a. t. chew,
Attorney Bad Ce33tt
'''.;AT,;LA:W.;; u
';' M'COXZIELSVILLE, OHIO.
TQSire ia the- southeast corner of Court
J lloiue. seci.tid lloor. "Will praetira in
eounties Ot 4tora, Ataeus, ar.rt waBCinj
ton. .. July r.'Tl.
AMKIlt CAN i.K()TELi-
'!nn:r!i4'& fit tl Szreeia.
WiE.'"52TZ PEbpSltTOK, 'I
Jl-"!-'.;;' " ' ' J
OHIO. -
Comev
r.ta
'.-r "vrzATESVltLE,
Livery SSablesi aUaeiad W Hetol.r
.tliorj 11.1870-:tr. .
I, .- ert. 59,:871-w.
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'ATT02XETAXD 'CGVXSEILQ
AT LAW .
JlO- Will prantice in the" eonatiesaf Mr-
gaa and Nobl- -OFFICE
ia Uie somhea't cofper afptut
Hiuse, MeC"nne!Vil!e, Ohio.
Jul7, 1SI1. ' ri
J- E. HAITK'A. .. But M. K.ENKTDY-
1IANNA h KENNEDY,
: ATTY'ilA"s3, COUNSELLORS
. -ATLAWv
0a Center Stfjet, cear'tbe Public Square,
JiI'CONNELSVILLEOJIia. ...
' p Special attention jjivca to Xflee
tons; will practice la Morgan, Athens, Xo
Lie, WacbinKtvn and Uuakingoni aoaauj'
Jan. '1," 1871 tf. ' ' ' i
'' : If AllVTT, DAaLISGToy', Captain,
Will inftke'wpnlar weekly tripsoe;
t'ween Zanesvillo land-1 Pittsburjs" i
fallows:! Leaves ZsnesviUe at S o'ciock,
oq Tuesday morniars; and, returning.
(leaves Pittsburg on iSjiturday evenings,
" August lh, iS73--3ml'! 1
GROIEK X UAKEK.
rr
Si
VT ere awarded tb fciarLesk Prtmicmaat
' 1 the State fairs of
' Terruont, - : ';. . r.
- : Jfew JcrieV, v ' : . 4
PenDsjIvania,
Indiana,
Witcomio,
1 cd Ioni.
Kentucky. - , -Tenceti,
' 't '
jiissotri, " ; ' .
Alabama,
Miiiiiaaippi,
1 " .'Virginia,
liurtU Carvlioia,
, . CaMri,
-. 1 - '
and Oregon.
Firs t Prise
IIvtaiso aea awardid ibes alacbiata
' - . - at Ui tibitmiios of
:
TAS13, 1
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DUBLIN,
.
EE3AUCON,
SAT02CE,
- .
ST. DU
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4 CflALONS
h . i s
Tiievy hifheit pme.TIIE CROSS
Oi" TKB JJ-JilOX 04 IIOXOS, was
conferred on tie r-prefentaiive oi, the
tirover h. B.iker .Sewii.R lluciiiniS. at tLe
Lxposi'ioa L'niverilie, f'arit lbC7. tbes
t:.inijf tbetr sacfivrity over vil-
oleer Ijyiii? iiscuiuci. . -
p J t r t
Ad m ? m
POINTS OF EXCELLED CE
. I Btquly and Z7oi'?i'ftr ifjSluk.
PerficUe end- tftinjiticitjt-qf .HaeKintry.
Xi f aliening ef 4tam. ly hand am a
xaste of- ih'rtad "
t.., . , ; ; t..
STile fuiyi f pplicavn iciMta eAatjt
-.- ' ol aJ'tusimnU. -
The Misn rtfiio's its bean'y arid fir'moess
. - .-. after washing and ironiug.-xt - -
Besides doin all kinds of work done by I
-other BcO.s; tnacbtnta luu'K jjtio S'it'oLJ
machine rxscotrs the most arautiluland
perminent EuihrciJcry aod ornamcht-
el work.
ALEX , FINLET is. ile - General
i5bl-jr tbet!e ettheHrovei 4 Bi
ker .-buttle or Lockstitch :a?biDeTand
thl-otie Siitcb.'oqTwo Spoo W-clifii-i,
in the Counties of 2Ioriuo, Ath'
ens, Hocking, Washington, Mn-kinguns
ana t luton. aLd lias bis I ravelin? As-
enttalt through these. '.Counties. Per
sons .xisnin a ,mrui-iaaa.- twir.i7 . M a-
caino, jast wriut is net dud for family u.-w,
should call 00 Mr. Kioley or ons uf Aii
Wf? JIB. . VIX CtiXT
are hUseonts inr.cGonn!stille.
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ATAT MILLION bF M r'S
SAYLD I It ia one of the re
markable facts of this remarkiblo ag. not
merely that so many persons are the viclimt
ofdynpepf-iaor indigestion, batiis wiiling
victims. Nor, we waM not beaud rstood
to say that any one regards dyspepsia with
tator, or feels disposed t rank it amoin
the luiarms of life. Far from ir. Tb wu
who have esperierced its torments would
scoot suck so Llea, llaik Tapley, a bo was
jolly nsder all the trying eircnituitancfi in
which be was placed, never had an attack of
dyspepsia, or bis jollity would have speedi.
ly forsaken biai. Mec anil -women some,
limes suffer its tortnrt$ uacomp!a:tiitg!y,
bnt whoever heard 0! a person w.o enjoyed
them T Of ail tne mul'.itu-ioas diseaie tj
which the human system is liable, there i
ppj-haps, none so eneraUy prevalent asdyl
pe psia. If iLera is a wretthtd beiu" iu the
worlJ it is , xrmm
, ' Confirmed Dt,ptpt;e t
Bat It i uot oar iuirniK-sf to descant 00
(be horrors cf Dspe"ii. We have said
that dyspepsia is perhaps the most oniver
sal,of bomiiO disease. This ia anml.atiiv.
ally the case in the United States. Wbeth.
er this general prevalence is due to the
cbaracier crihe food, ihe' meihod of In
preparation, or th baity msnntf in which
it i nsoallyfwailQwed, U'nijl onr provlora
to slplaia.: The ffre fat ito which
aia eailtd to deal is this :.
. . Djipepsin PrtvSiU
alacst aniveraaily. Nearly vny other par
saa yja meet is a . T:etimv and apparently
a willingfons ; for were not Ibis thecasw.
why so many sufferers, when a certain speea
da and saTa iefdj ia within the eaf
reach of all who isire to avail llieDtwIvva
ofitt Butihe raajoiiiy pill not. Blind
ed by prejudice, ar dtderrl by some other
noezplained iuflueocs theyi tefuse to ac
cept the teliel proffered them. They tara -
adeaf ear to t!.e testimony of the Ihoua-
ands whose v2erjrigs have been alleviated,
and with strange infatuation, tnwir ta .
elinir with desperate delerminatiou lo their
rnthleta tormeutor. Eut saya a dysprptir:
What is this remedy T to which we reply
This great alleviator of human suffering ia
almost as widely known u ihe Knglish iaa
i;aee. It bos allayed tha egriiiiss of thou-
aiid, and is to-day carrying cojufort and
encourscea.er,t to ihooiand of others.
Th'a acknowledged panacea is none other
J nan Dr. I. ubiUhu. (Jerman LilUrt.
Would ymi kii'jw .niot a . oLlha meri a ot
this wooderf-il mdicla than can He learn
ed from the nPeriLca of otheis T Try it
yoarseir, and when it has failed to fulfill
ih measure of ils'r!Hay given by Iba
propriet'T, 'l-o an.K n faitli in it 1
SM il lit Eemtmltrt t.
fir- of all, that IIOOFLAXh S Griaa
Kilter is not a ta;u bevaraae. Thy aia
not alcaholic in any avose of the term
hey are cumpostd wholly of the Dure iuira
or vital principle o rt. 1 his is not a
mere sertion. ! he extracts from which
they are compounded are poparfd ry ona
ol th ab'pl German cl.craistii. L'rilikea-
nv other Ift'ers iu the market, they ara
whUy free from spirit-inns ingredients.
The object ions which hold with so Bluett
force apainn preparations of tbisels,
namely that a desiia for iotoxicatintf
drinks is stimulated by 'ihelr ose. are not
valid in the cae of the German Bitters.
?o fur fmm enfoorajzirvjj or ioculcaiio; a
asle or disire f.r inebriatin bevel ages,
itm-.ybs eiiifidnt!y aseritd that their
tendency ia ia a diametrically opposite di-r-otina.
Tbeie eff-els eh ha
BmtftM On'jf
in all c"e cf the biliary sister. Poof
land's Cermari Bitters stand wilhont so e.
qnal, acting promptly and ticoronoly nrxni
the Liei ; tiiey reia-rve -is torpidity sod
cauve heal 1 ! tul aecreiion of bile thereby
anpplyiiig tite siomacb wilb Ihe most indis
pensable elements ! stucd dipeatjon iu
proper proportion;. Ifiej gije tooi to ika
stomnch sliir.ulath'sr its luocticos. aod
eoaaliur it to perform its duties as natare
designed it shia'd do.
Tlty Purify Ms Blcod,
elesasinj ilia viti4 8uiil f ail burtfal iap
riliaa aud sai pUutii (f th.m wilb Ibe ele
ments cf genuiua bealthrulnes'. Bat in
thai most generally prevalent, distressing,
aud drtadl disesa", IvpejMiia,
V They Stand lnrieaUi.
How. there are certain ciasoes of peisoaa.
to whom extreme Bitters aia not only aar
pain taiile, bet who Cod it imposnioia
take Ibein without posffIN discomfort
Forsacb Dr. llarjUmt G&ir.an Tonit br
been sjaci;iy pn pared. jTliis preparatiua
is not only palatable, ' uf" c6bius. in m
d ficd form, all the virtues of Ibe Uersaaa
Ldtter. In cases of languor oresce?si
debility, where the FVKiem appears lhaa
become rxhtinsted of its energies. Hen
Hand's Tonic acts wilb almost mart.
elous tffret. It gives Strtojth to Wfakceaa
1
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and throaa despocdeccy to the aiuds.
ll.K lr; HMfladVbeetuetionsto tht bo
man rare a re oot c-.nSued to his celtb-a'sd
German nilfera, cc. Jais invainable
'I'oniei lie has prepared another medicio,
kich Is rabidly winsi! Jwy to popular
favor because, of its intriuiuOttierits. Tbia
a ax.vilooflaiid'a Patfootirlliu
Plllsi.a perftct substithie" for a.ercnry.
without any of mercury 4 "TtI qnalitie.
f'l heae oderfal-P(lvarleaVare intend.!
to acsnpnn the Liver . aTe-TOwioly ioopo
ed of Podophyllin, -orjiiaf Tital Prioeipla
of tbe Mtsdralie KoutIt is the mrdicib
al virtues'; of ( ihi. lieallS-piviug plan'.
Tbe Phodophylliu acts iTuectij on lhLv
rr . 1 be rxtract Ol Min.dk contained ia
them hi skiHful'y coftibifi'edwh lour O'har
extracts. thus producing a tiil that influ
ences the eoiaa kd cajiiver iaxl alimentary
jV9ltm,aiid in it action. isentirely free from
otuiea. - rwe?!ii ii.cae nuca aesiraoia
qnalities tb 1'pdophyliin b comes invslu
ahieas JFacailv -Si Ko
lio'ust!io!d'6lauld-t)6 w'i:li'cut'them. They
ar perfectly aula, require .bat two frr aa
actii n, and when naed 'a connection with
Ds. liov-fluxfa GermanJLBitters, or Tonio.
may be regarded as certain cpeoific in all r
of the dividers to which thtf vstem is ord-
iadrily sobjecU ; ;-,
- DR. IIOOFIAD,
havioc; provided hjserual reasedies for diw-
ease, has given the'world Oce manly fbitnot
taieynal application, in Ihe wonderlal ore.
para'ioo known as -
Dr. citMaana7s sreeb oil. .
This OiUs a sovereign ieraeV for paias 4n"
aches of all kinds. P.homatifm, NenraK 'OJ
ifia Toothaclie, CMU lains, Sprains anX
Burns, Pain in the Back aa4 Lores, Kiug-tnj
worai. aVe.,&Ci, 4re.,wlti jreldio its exter-.
nal application. -Tha ttniier of cures ef 1
fec'ed by it U astwuHhiBid they art'"
iutreiwlnit tfzrr day. 4 1
. ""Taken intern!!v,it is a ewe for TleartaTe.T
tlolio, vnteryv Cholera llorbu?, an'.1
Cram, faiuafci,rJi flfSihJS Coldn, AM
tbrr.a. Ac.' ''".- . g
. -.The rreck 0J, s)orr.pcsr entirely e'enough
he:irinsr'gumi and essVfitialfr. The prince
ipal iugredie&rt Jaau, otTy substance, prq,.,!
core4 iu the scottiti raM of Ureece. 1'j
effects as des'.royprof p arc tmly mev t-n
ca'. . Th(wsdst. stifinVeneBtled b' .
iui.ue, and a trial by those who r re skepj
ieaj will ttiprxichlv cauvjr.cJthim of itjjj
inestimable valne.
, Tbe remediea w,iI bvL)y express eajy
locality. iipott applicattnoo the priongu)-.
cipal office, atjbe. Oermaa Medicine Store
NoC3i: Arraaa-eetPhiln. .
r r C1IAS. M. EVAJT5, Prop'r. 4
fformerjy C. M. JaC-.if rft G a
Thpse remedies are Tor sale by Dmpei(.!
Stofrkseper aamedicioe Dtalera ever.iooL
where.' ' ' ' n
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