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We will scud the CoxsenvATivr for
one year, to I luus, as luiiow- :
'A CJub ol five suliscnborSj fine"
dollar anl fifty tynls eHtli.. 8T.S
. .1 . , . . l . . " . - ...... w. I
1U0 OI un ..wcr.uc.-, -mo u.-
lar and tliirtr-fiveeu. each. 13 0
Club of fifteen eubsrrrher.. one '
.l.ilUr arid twentrsfive1 vents
Gt np j-our Club fir the he sp
ecs 4,-ouniy paper ' in Obit-! ' The
TOOtey must always be paul in siJ-wance.
The President's Message.
Thia document was submitted to
Congress yesterday, ni reached u lr
telegraph during , the after noon and
evening.' - - .- ..!.
' For the most part, the message. U a
bare reiteration of facta and assertions
with which the people . are Tamrliar
That the fall election hare surtlcd
the President from hi stolidity, U ap
parently the absurd, not to'suy fake
statement, that "the verdict of the peo
ple haa been reversed" in one of "the
States lately in rebellion; by Tiolenee
; and intimidation." ThU would do very
trail for the Squashtown ' Xadiea!, but
' ita parti ran inaccuracy is certainly out
, of place in a Presidential coirnnuaiea'
tion. '.. ' '..
The President, in treating of our fof-
' eign relatione, aoya a gracious word to
France, for which he merits thank
t lie recommends Congress to bur tip
the Alabama claims from the pi irate
partiea who own them. The object of
thia ieo make them Government pro-
: perty, nd prevent' individual ckim
aata concluding .private settlement
with Great Britain. This; In effect, is
a propoaition to pay iasutaneo compa-
. nie thirteen millions of dollars for a
good substantial cause of quarv! with
. Oreat Britain. The Canadians se
verely criticised .for their stringent
statutes against Mr. Ben: Eutler'a con
stituents, the Essex fishermen. altW
the President state! . he has heard of
ro attempt made to enforce the Cana
uUa laws. Should such an attempt be
made he advisea prompt retaliatory
innaturee. The t'tesideut argues with
force in favor ef the free navigation of
the St. Lawrence, to the sea. by Atner-i.-an
veaseU, as a neutral right. ,Spain
it. invited to arbitrate the: claims of
our citicene. : Cuba- gets ' no .word of
ymjathy. Mexico is warned that her
; "tree aoue" is a nuisauce to eur reven
ue. " ) . .
: ' 7 When we come to the pari of the
message treating of San Domingo, the
transition is ae sudden as from a pat
ent ofSce report to Mark Twain. ; The
President fairly bubbles and' sparkles
with enthusiasm in behalf of his pet
project. "After reading lbhtpeH ofthe
: document, one feels that it has ony
been by some peculiar special Provi
dence the country baa managed to ex
ist so long without .San Domingo, and
.that we will be irretrievably damned
as a nation, unless the island is speed
ily nestled under 'the wings ofthe Am
erican eagle. Annex it, and according
lo Mr. Grant, aa avalaacfce of bless
ings will invite vr to thanksgiving
Domingo' will pay tire astieaat
debt ; San Domingo will' restore A-
erican shipping ; Kan Domingo will a-
bolish shivery in -Cuba and Brasii ; San
Domingo will turn the balance of trade
in our favor ; San . Domingo' will give
us substantial control of the .West In
dia Islands, and so on until mentalex
haustion intervenes, and we are told
n,4. ..by way 'of a'eoncludlng threat, nation-
. al calamiuea will follow tne r?jecKu
f San Domingo , Notwithstanding all
' Itiis PFesidetitisJ buncomb,' San Do
' mingo .is a J,' and has ' backing it at
Washington to-day, ,the most, powerful
lobby ever known to thai great ocutcr
ef patriotism and stealing: 1
. . The Pf eaident eays "very little of the
'- army, and is positively silent as to i?e
. l ist achievement in the State llousqof
Alabama. He recommends an increase
of the 5ay and makes an argument
' in support ofhiaviewa. At present we
care n)y patching- and tinkering up
Asa .'.'practical, refermer" the rresi-
dent gives h's afctent, kL:ciril service
. reform.' llavinggot; "iisidei. of poli
'. tios" with . Cameron, t'fiandlerr'and
Ilut'er, as his gude philosopher and
friend, this declaration will be accept
ed ' at its WU;tnat 'value Genera).
Cox-at Cincinnati, disproves it, while
Urate- Brown has exposed its essential
absurdity-in exposing the President's.!
peddling, petty ofiiees to influence
btate eoutat or man'oeurer a political
convention. -' ...
The President is- net very luminous
cd finances. Ue tbinrts specie pay
i inente, the abolition cf as-irredeema
ble currency, (with uiqrp sta-bility
1 values, would - be highly desirable,
But here he gives out-; he ragget) ne
thing. He is sarcastic on the subject
of '"revenue reform," ' and Urn portion
of the inesssge reads . very much as
it waa by the author of "What 1 Kuo-w
. Abouf Varnjing." It is evident
President is under the influence ofthe
Protectionists. The purposes of the
venue reformers 'art misstated, and
arrument hinted at',' rather than boldly
e forih. thst iho free traders AVer
nuitiationifcts in difijuise. . -Ua utter-
: ancre on , rerenue '(jncfctiops are very
. cautious. and,re eriiantly framed
give as Utile ofi'mse to the reformers
s it is possible, consistent with the
sentioa of the Trotoctiou- interest:
; don't tkivfc they will hold the Badical
fsrty together on the tariffquestion.
Jhe President close lus incssAge
- witheut a wosA about amnet'ty, altbo1
,- hejrake a reference t voting more
than once, which bears with remarka
ble aigsincanre en his colored friends
in rWh Carolina.-, lObia Staiemau,
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From the Prohibition Era, of Dec. 1st.
INTEMPERANCE, ITS CAUSE
AND REMEDY. From a Sermon Delivered by
Reverand E. A. Taft, of the
Cottage Mission Church, in
j Ky ir.viUtion oi Cuyahoga Lodge
f iooi Templars, of this city, the
Ucv. lr..Tjl) drivrred atempcr-lam-o
scrinon on Simcay evening.
'was from I'hiilj piitiin. 3J chapter,
,.l verse ?s follows : "Betctre ff
j Jhjs." We pive an abstract of tin
. iliseuursc,. with. , some extracts in
.tun. . : " ,
, Mr,T;.fl comrncC(l l,w remnrk-
! , .. " .
!S '? 'rtwnjr he Would give.
was. not m ej-amst the barking,
four-looted, ytlpfng e'tiihihls ot our
It vrtiH not in a Tcry.litof
nl sense that tho A pontic luniseli
wits speaking, but, it was nsed tnet
aphoricttlly. Jle, (Ur.: T eniploy
cd the ti-nn "dogs" its-ft ty pe cf the
peffulhr Ticca hith end anger, the
momlB and intellects of all classes
of society eppeeially inte mprranco.
The day js jmst When we ehcml,J
merely picture the disease wrilh ua
terrible re8nltMi-rlt.ti. lime; tfl.fn
qniro, senousiy,' carnrstTy, boneel
ly, for the remedy, and. discovering
the remedy, heye c oarage,' as men
and as Christian, to pp'y t.
"The ppcaker th?n: presented. the
statistics id crime, death and paop
erism, in consequence lniempcr
ane,Ttho abundnnl -ftnd ataraing
character of trhicb our roaders are
genorntly familiar with." Following
bTast-trrny of, figflcee jthc gen
tleman presented, we gtve a cogent
extract of the sermon :
DESTROY THE TRAFFIC.
' ""Well and trnly did lUjvyma'n
BovcIict say, 'Should a forjigit araty
land upon our ehorca to levy such a
tax upon os, an thia fiend and dee
pot, A Icohol, levies, no mortal poir
er tould resist the tide ofBWoiling
indignation that, would arise to ov
cnvholm it.'. Oh ! nien, where are
your weapons ? Will yon ' not try
all myans in yonr power 19 destroy
this monster? TTouM yo th per
mit a inad , dog to rush Infuriated
throngh your strceU ?. Not for a
.-aoineiit. ou would hasten to
atx.V.cb forth 'your hand to slay him
AleoI ! i oad dog ol the worst
kind ; hor will its own madness de
trvj'it, ftarf, ,"8 hydrophobia does
the canine. Ii must ctri re inrom
our streets', out' itics, our eouatry.
We must driva -i by an earnest,
combined effort, nOw ,n th Pn")
a hall-hearted.'-- weai"..: inefficient,
spasmodic - effort mereJy! limiting
it by some feeble fchnin f ennct-
ment. ; We must slay U ninK'eJor.
Marine tried - roax'.nc and iK'Oral
suasion f'think " of oaxm ' a mC-
dog) to its .utmost limit, we Ehoula
how try 1 other and more effective
means. i-oo I let us waste any
more lime throw wig t.ufts of gr6t
at the boy in the apple tree, bn try
what virtue there is in stones. All
other means having failed, let it be
assassinated and put forever out of
existence, not by Shu shedding of
Wood, a. ur-,. apathy., guilty neg
lect, and WH-Jted unfaithialaess ne
cessitated the-destruction of sia ve
ry. The errors of the past n one
great curse, should be ae a warning
to us to take do we, and.net wis.
er, in reference to another, a more
ieantic, more terrible tnne, . Pa
tience Las teased to' be a virtue.
Action, noble, honest, earnest, God
like action, is the imperative de
Band of the hour. Acy one claim-
IXJ i7 tns Bu VKfrff vjj- KiTrrta aw
knoIodge this, Jioth ' ministers
and people TKissetiscd cf hearts bur
ning with love -for tho'ir Div!n
Master as they should, going about
from 6treeC t street, : Crying to bold
up ft, crucified, 'iour as the sin-,
ner'a only hope, are incf' and re
pulsed at every turn Ly , this teni'
ble dog, strong drink, of'.ener than
by any other opjwing lanuonoe.
A BARRIER TO RELIGION.
i, M,r. tl)icot forcibly alluded to
the fact thai were "tLisTile enree
out of the way, religion would be
nd of one of its most insuperable
barriers. 5 He saidi . ,
IV a have ; Been many a rnan
wbese Ik art inclined b ini t,o repent
of a sin . and enter - tne service of
God, kept La- l, foiled in bu inten
tions, dtecbarngtd in his purposos
of launching out upon a life of coo-
i secraled service Because of this one
influence, Uus all overpowering ha-.j
bit that stared bim in the fnee like
a ferocious dog, threatening disast
er, if .le presumed to attempt such
lite. He could risk every other en
emy but this. He could not, dared
not, nttea.pt to flee past this, thus
losing' couraee, lie lias given up
bopeJessly. ' Young men, beware
beware of the dogs.' v They majbe
pet dogs at fret,-, but, they grow
more and more eavage ana ferocions
as the years pass by.' ,
WHAT IS LIBERTY?
Here iollowed eome pcrtiocnt ob
nervations with rcli-rence to the
character of 60 many of bur young
men who glory in a lite ol dissipa
tion, and who, when the attempt
ma'do'io' dhccTc'thera-' in: the direc
tion of these depraved appetites, ac
case you of Booking ta takeaway
their liberties.. Oft this latter point
Mr. Taft said : , ;
Liberty f" Vf hat is liberty ?
abuse ooreolres, to commit suicide
To run the gauntlet of all tho vices,
and nuHliy cast ourselves upon ec
- 7c'icly a perfect 'wrotker debtuohee,
to' be nursed and" cared for bt'pub
lie charities, which' feitght t hotter
spent for mote wortbv-cndn.
this liberty ? .1 will Ulryot
what cdnsHiis tho. liberty ol the
temperate Mats 'alove tho mn
virtue. Ho is at libe?ty to- gain
himself tho. ruined character
desolate fortune, the palsied fr.imej
the untimely grave '; be is at hber-
tv to gam for himself the violent
oi aueusi, t
like ctJuKtcncfi of bis
ditb of the duelist, or the Cain
ho is at liborly to gain for himselt
Iho shamo and torment of the pub
lie exposure and unrelenting eng-
wnceart hiBfpftnmoo?. whom he has!
hnntcK that rottenness of bones
which la tbo fruit of bis frof5i;acy.
6co him -as he goes reeling unJ
blaspheming nlong your streets.
There is 3-our advocate of pleas
ure, the liberty-loring man. How
do you like the picture
The spcaxer next then urged the
i-lmrrh to daiy 1'As Christian fol
lowers of llim who was manifested
10 destroy the' works ol' the devil,
are we doing all in our power to de
stroy this enemy ef all virtue nid
righteousness f' Tho press and
physician were also urged to a res
olute contest with, and warfare a
gairtst tho scourge. Mr. Taft then
advocated the ballot box as a medi
um through whifch all should com
Vrno to effpctirely destroy this ene
my. , e quote Jrofn too discottrte
THE BALLOT THE REMEDY.
The. Christian should not on!y
pray, but also vote,- for the roiuing
of the day wheu this tniversal ene
my of all good shall be banished
from society.;. .,
"Uul soine or yea may say.
WhaCs the uso, ; 'it is too old a foe.
It has been met in many a hard
foaght battle, but is still the non
arch of a st empire, rohng more
subjects than ever before in the his
tory, of this i.atlon.' Well, what if
this be so ? i Shall we fold pur arms
and let him march on un molested?
Never 1 If in the past , we Lave
erred in, or come short of our duly,
il we, through lack of sound judg
ment, have spent our efforts merely
discussing the disease and ncglcctivg
to apply the remedy, is that ny rea
son why at tbis hour, when tho
glorious light vt Prohibition thro'
political action baa dawned on us,
that we should fold our arms and
allow this Cend to continue to ex
it, t, when it is in our power tocrusb
it cut entirely? It cannot, must
not be. Prohibition must be our
Vnpttr. It may ot the outset be
somewhat unpopular. What of that?
rt hat has that to do with oar prin
ciples ? Go forth lo doty with a
manly heart without fear. . Leave
the result to God. lie cannot fail
The eternal throne of Heaven can
not break down aad crumble to aU
omai '"God may erem to hasten
slowly, but is it not we, not the Al
mighty, that moves so tardily 7
Thoso of us who believe in holding
upthe banner of Prohibit ion-are
not disponed to tire or faint because
ever j-body does not , at once flock
under it. Our cause is a righteous
one ; this is the basis ot oar cour
see. We are on the Lord's side.
President Lincoln, daring tbo most
saddening disasters ct our rebellion,
met tome ofthe . army f5tcre one
afternoon to deliberate and lay the
plans of action, One .of the nnmb
er asked, "Do yon think the Lord is
'On oar tide ?" Imcoln looked up
fa gravely responded : 1 "It ta a
nuuT tnai concerns vn very lit
tle inoei.- whether God is on our
side. or'-lol ? What : concerns me
most is to 2-now- whether we are on
tho Lord's vide' ! .We know the
principles of Prohibition arc-cn the
Lord's side, 1 Jjcnere tnat curist-
faiie ahotild labor tn 'heir might
for the total euitpresvoe ofthe ae
cursed traflSo r teath thosf . pnncN
AIm it Pkhbath fccbcvla. The
Lord bas a temple on thk vid of
Minnesota street to reaeer jo
cious souls, and the devil ';"
temple at the other end in which. o
destroy then). So we are pulling o
different ends of the string of moral
influence ,' Which will pill the bar
destl Shall we ears ss tnuny as
they, def troy ?. ' '
THE BLIGHT ON A HOUSEHOLD.
r " The speaker mentioned a painful
incident only one out of many,
very many that could be related
of tire cures resulting front the drink
traffic : ; : '' ': " : . :
'Ia a small room in' A dark tene
mcnt building in the : lower part of
a distant city, a gentleman was call
ed recently to read' tb Holy Scrip
tures ai d pray over too dead body
of a young man, piooslf trained,
classically educated, aud eu(JcAvoJ,
whp a few years ago, commenced,
his career with th brightest pros
pects. His fortune war squander
ed,' his health destroyed; bis bril
liant talents besotted ; toy intemp
erance he died. , A brother, once
equal'y talented and promising, mvt
him st the door ofthe narrow room
with palsied hand and fevered eye,
aud muttered welcome,' staggering
acainst the coffin as the survives
proceeded. A third brother, tho
Touneost," with downcast heart;
wept over the. desolation wrought
by drink. Bat why should 1 waste
time in relating such facts that are
patent to ua aU, and which stare
tou i tue face every day ? Weal
bave some idea ol tae results otjnis
monster, at least to eoiae extent,
for 1 believe that few there arwh,o
have ny idea how extensive, how
blighting, and destructive this foe
is, even in our own cuy.
Mere policy men and time eerv
ers wiro next rebuked, and we give
tho language :
"Moral -owrirdice, ivof-a-days,
too much a prevailing trait. There
are too many even anions Christ-.
ians, who are led by mere policy,
who ask themselves, will it fay.
will it bring dollars 'to" "my pocket,
will it profit or injure my business,
br it may be tbey assent to tho im
portance of the cause, but cannot
find time U'help to forward "it,'
thoir one chief rdca seeming to
tbo gam cf . mammon. Brethren,
these things should not be,. This
cause has. a claim on you, your
tiinevoHr tlenii your mean
wentotid:i the overthrow of this
vice-jaroducing manster, we must
ue courageous ana are to ao rigut.
We must show by our actions that
we not only desire, but wilt give
liberally ot our means to help lor
ward this righteous war. The ene
my it hard at work strengthening
his positions, and the longor we ae-
:lv the .aUatk, lb muro UiffituU
will bo the victory. Mora! suasion
has doubtless been a great prevent
ative, but it evidently cannot effect
cure. Experienco bas taught that
WO nnnntST riTM drTrhA fnrirt4wtfltia
remedy,. The lims has Anlly
V J IS- . I
tame when we eiioUld ndoyfa newLf
iiuiht ,,unu cirruw iiiw mgBi
al measures. We sbou.d urge the
total )robibition of the traffic. If
there is a better way," let us hear
what it is."
'The closing -pdrticn o.f thfci
gentleman s scrmoh is as follows.
"Although the temperance hosts
havo not done the Work of an effec
tive cure,,. they, have c,arri4d on a
gigantic work of pretention. ' In
the creat day of accounts, tbe evils
they have averted will be known as
they cannot ' bo catttnated here.
But we can do fnoro. i';itnade
the liquor tref3e( and man can des
troy it. -Success is clearly within
our grasp. We Must study on con
ditions and circumstances, and ad
apt our, machinery to' Ibem. We
may be -disappointed because wo
unduly estimate the forces at our
command, but if every lover of vir
tue and parity -will pledvo himself,
and his God, to fight this powerful
evil ' by firry possible imms ; by
voice, by pen, by prayer," by Trto ;
and, will aim to lcate ho stone' fin
turned in order toits,comAetestip
prrssion- add overthrow. I believe
the day of deliveranea would dawn
at once. ' Laxiness, lack of earn,
estnceJ, and in-fi"ictent prrscribing
is the fuiilt. Meu and .women of
this church, I beg yon to fitch t with
evury ransomed power God has giv
en yon. Prepare the -way, of the
Lord by iho refrtoval of this mons
ter of evils. Talk right, ad right,
voto right. Let ns show by such
acts that we. honestly desire to ac
complish this great end, not as any
secondary, bst as the . first and all
important matter.' Let us organize
against it, and look lo God for final
victory. I implore yon, heed not
the faint , hearted and vasollatig.
Halt no longer 'twixt two opinions.
If Prohibition of the alcoholic drink
trsiffie be 'right, then follow it. But
if the traffic be right, :men, let your
icfiuerice support it, and remember
Jtbit you cannot' serve God and
mammon, neither can vou bate toe
drii:k trsffic, and yet support it.
The time has como when there
can be no neutral ground -. pn this
question. As the venerable and lib
eral hearted Gcrrit Smith has well
dsfiaed if, hcn he' said, , "Parties
ifltiftl b kfioL at tb!s day , as eith
er dram slwp or ami-drain shop."
The issuo is on us, and the liquor
irsfilcess haw foiced the tssne ; are
we ready' lo meet them ? The seed
of Prohibition is being sown, and it
will certainly pro lune us fruit, and
oiie of the results will be to prove
who are foe. and who against this
unholy traffic. There can be no
neutral ground. I, for one, rejoice
that we afe shout ta take a positive
aud decided stand against ihi a-
gent ofthe Devil, and in Ufiingsuch
a eland,' We but emulate the example
and life fef our bletsed Savior, tor
He was mamfted to destroy tbo
works of tho tsvil. ; Krethfen,
The seed re olaatci and tii.Epru
Ares ofLlirbt sralint a flwtinr frol ;
Truth cirrlej into trnrh. Eirh mole Uinr
To Pcf i no drop of area is 'tt luttai
Life renter ttcalhtet trcrt
And no trua worj : or deed can tttf pass
. . way. .
Statistics of Chinese Immigration.
In view of the influences on Amer
ican civilization which Chinrse irrt-
migration forc-hsdowB, an4 'whfcti
should be mot by a more general
and belter education, ol our. masses,
tho Commissioner of LMocation has
.ouested Prof. PoKer. of Sew Ha
rt,v. Conn., o prepare an article for
tb,nnual report of this ssbject.
Tne ft.'jcle in. question is long aod
mteneer protChincee, and the foll-
owitis fad. r. are t .ken irom u:
JTumbcf o arrivals in this coun-
tiT Binco 1821. ' 3 " ' -
JSit) to.1830, ltJyearw,
1830 to 1840, lOyeariS: ,
139 to rSuOlO years, ','
lS50AcrlPr)0, 10 years, ;
1SC0 to d8,. 8 years,
lSC?n l.'.f dr. ", '
1S70 to jfnMO. 6 months,
ag'jregate, arrivals thus iar is
10&,7-f. i)ed acting the.eatimated
upn.bt-r.of .dcalhs". aad returns to
Cbiaa. it-ttbald .appear ' tha'tnere
are leratban 1 00.00 Jtjliin amen mj
for the last four years is i ,
In 1SC7 ' S.519 10 12,874
ru 1S3, ; ..6,-70? j In 1870,' 15,740
The immigrtiee bsa been cnieay
of males, but later immigration ha
brought with it a noteworthy, in
crease of females. In tho year end
ing Jane 3'lh. 1867. there were on-
I l ! W t . I - 1 1 .
iy eignt. lemaies arriveu iu iu
Allnotic portsi In 1868, the whole
number was 45; in 1863, it was 974;
in 1870, 1,116. ,The total arrival of
females to Jane 30th, 1870, . was
2.144. ' - ;
In recard to occupation, returns
for the year endingjane39th,1870;
exhibit the iollowing; Physicians,
carpenters 71; stonecutters, 1; me-
chanicrt, ; If, bakers,., barbers, 7;
tailors, male, 15 fomale, 11, eookb,
male, 42; farmers, 733; interpreters,
4; fuborers, 12.782; raerehants, 43;
peddlers, 2; sail6rs, 8; ccctrpation
not stated, If, without occupation,
1,973. . .. ',..''
Prof. Porter thinks that China
could spare millions a year without
fecliDg tho loss, except in a sense of
relief, and America can absorb these
millions, so far as sustaining labor
is concerned, with no senso of repletion-.
' ; -
"1 ball tell you bow it vas.
drink mine lager; den I put rnine
hand on mine head, and dere vos
yen pain. ' Den I put mine hand on
mine body, and. dere vos aocder
pain. Iea t nut mine band on
mine pocket, and dere. vos nutting.
So I jme mit. de dernperaace. Aow
dere is no pifin more in mine bead,
and do pain : in my bedj" ra all
gono, aTay. l. pnt 'mino' K and in
miiHs pocket, and dere vos dwenty
dollar. So I sblay . mit de demper
aneo." . -: :r
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A TARIlTt Ot
4e., Ae., kc, Mi
er ALL StflCEltfTIONS-,
la-FOIt THE ttHLtJKt,-&$
And ta Great Tarlely ol
roft the viioytJJrEOtttz
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2ladrinafrlerB for . . i r
SANTA CLAUS Al?
. ,KEIS KRITGLE, -
II II SI 1
Wi R. KELLY, M. D.
May h fonnd at his o(Be oft
" IJtlblio SqtifiTe -
At all times .wten not atxant 00 Ttoku
Sept 24, lfE?-U
W. C. TRESIZE '.
tiki the pisfle to call sod examine his
pociuMii Fbeugrapbs, Ferrotypes, Am
bmtypee. Gems, Ac. ae., which rennotbe
m pused anywhere, lis ha perfected ai
reugeroente whereby say ohe can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintiniri
sad pietares of India Ink Work. - Rooms
orer Boone'e Saddler Shop, in J. C. Btone's
Building, Center 8tmu M CoBDelsviUe.
Arril 33ly... . i;,
' 'lfiRTrrliKl.ncoTO; Captain '
Will make regular weekly trips be-'
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg, as
fbllowa: , Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock.
tftt Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.'
August 19th, 1870 3m. .. "
" GIVEN. XJJP !
Inat JOn. RTA.f is the BEST
COBBLER ever inMcCOAWEUS-
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lie haa esiiUotlr en han& a rood assort.
meat of Fine and Elogio Boots, ef hw own
manufacture, which he is offering at the
lowest CASII fates. Give him acsit st his
establishment n 5orth-weet corner of rub-
Iie square,' lii-ConaolsTtlle, Ohio.
Sept. IS, 1870-1 j.
DRUG S '
DU. JNO. ALEXANDER.
, PAINT?!. 1
' ... PAPER. AND
all articles pertaining to the
tew If bason band ennntatilly a Isrpe aad
stenaiT stork of all articles poitainiax to
the business, at the I.OVYLST tuarkel pri
cSv . AI-bJ ,o , i ...... .
BEATTT it IEAtOCIi' ,
Patent "- Limp ! Shades
fff ssJe efrl by i)r.
J-lia Alezandor. in
.. nia. tf.IS70.fy. .
issET mm BIT P !
For Sight is Priceless-
'' -vl lits' iS.
The diamond glasses if
. ' HaKcracrcaiB ,..'.
O? N. Y which are eaw, effaced te the
ptfolic,- af pTononnePd by all tbe celebra
ted upiieiaas oi ids or i a io on ini
NstarsI, Artificial belp to tbe human eye
ever knows. Tbey ate ground under their
nwa sopsrvniioa, . Iroia minntc Uivlal
rabbles, melted together, and derive their:
name, iJismood, , oo aesoent ol lir
i : . bardcees aad biiliiancy. - i
The Sttentttt Principle
Oo wbirk '.bey are eaastruettd brines tbe
core or center of the leas directly to front
of the eye, producing a clear 'and distinct
vision, a in tbe pstoral, healthy sight, snrl
pre vtatiDg all nopleasant sentior.a, sacb
ss gliomeriDg aod wavering of sight, dig
siDess,.rre peeoliar to all others ia ne.
Tbey ar mounted in the Finest Mae
oar, lo frafttd bf the beet quality of all ma
lt eriaJs asfd for that purpose. I Their finish
nd durability cannot be Surpassed.
.CAint7. ionr geaaifle unless
bearu.g tfteir trade oiaik stamped on every
frame, i i ,
i II. B-TIXCEXTA DRO ,
Jewelers and Optieisms, are aula agent
ur McfJoeoelsviile.Ohio, from whom they
can only be obtained. llee goodd are
not supplied to reuier at any pnee.
Jane 3. 187a-ly. i
gTJLLIVAIi, & BBOX1X.
STEAM PDWEff PBlOTEJvS I
Blfffiri Berok 3Iaaafclory,
FIXE JOO PBIXTIXti
Oar specialty, llasic, Msfssinss,
bound ts inr stylo and at the cheapest
ratss. - Slank . Books for Couuttes,
Banks, llerchsnts, Ac., best j sjtr at lb
1 ZaasitUls, Oct. 15,15(t. .
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cocaaait. " ' e. a, aozmv.
. . 1. r. sexfUsstiiri. '
SOrTII tTEST SIDB or THE
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Doalera ia .. ; ;;
r GOODS, '
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, .SLC.4&.C
Cite te the ' ' '' ' ;
! 0 EI S & I E A PEK f
Jl , SOLE AOEXTS ,
ia Itis-localirr taf ti of U
KGlQVTtLXBO. ' '
Mowers' &' Headers,
Mower & i.eaper,
i .-.i r.tJ and.tk ;. . . . i.,
Mower &' Heaper, :
rook & Healing -.stoves,.
sad'odd pieces of all the vsrTetle of Cook.
Moves IB tne country ; all sinoe -f i nmu
ineMarbliie tastmrs ; also Sari Kettles,
andBsH ring, 8ugar Settles, Pots. Grid
dlfSSVilieta, sliotil wPtf , t'fTaeent pU
ernsofj'low Points, kiaehin Castings tbf
team boa ta, 8sw Mills, Silt Works, Mew
ers and Reapers ; also Cast Iron l hiinBoy
Tops, Win'dowCaps,; Cbllsr 'Window Grat.
togs, and also Cast lroa Xitss for1 School
kodsCBeHts aad Seats. - -
Ilav coBstaiitly oa kaad. manufactured
their order, all manoor OtTia-wsre, 6 Ion
Irimmingi, Ac. , . -
Ttl n rlr citi i tli'i n rr
Maaefatt.rTS of atr Tweers, BaadrtU
Bwsdges, do., tor Blacksmiths. .... -
i Keraember tae riaee : :
Sof K-west Side e tbe Public Sqnsre
1870-1 y., . ' :
AS IMMENSE STOCK
8 fLE.i)ID VARIETY OF PAT-
. -. .:.xEit."s
G03D A'D LOWFCES!!
' VTe fasrc now in stock the larrest and
most oxcslleot asaortmest of Wall Pane.'
and Window Shades ever brought to Vie-
CoaaelsTille, and srsdotcrailned to sell th
sameatsuch low Siforess trial it will s
indaicemeut for everTbody te purchase tbeir
supplies from ns. Oar stock ia especially
attractive this sesson, comprising all. kinds
ol 1 spertor .Dwellings, fablio nails, cour
ehes'.OSees, Stored, Shops, Ac, ia the Try
e-reatestTsrietv of aatterns. and of sock d-
siracrs stviesr, ton ail can-no jau to no m-
tsd. Tfe hsY - .. .
In eresto'r ysriefr and larger stock' thai
heretofore elegant patten., choice Goods,
sad fur prices, wut ttorw tiisoi are vry
handsome, ia Greea, Bon, Pearl, Brown and
other desirable colors,- and elegantly finr-
ed. W bave a rplenxrid. article of OtZ
cletk. Grttn d Antrim and Exg-
IM Hollai3titA a larger sfock of B-tndow
rmptr, plaa aad Cgnred, tasn ever before.
A ly It XDO W FIXTERES,
OTfh most lmpfored kind, aad so simple
construction and working,- last everjooay
that bar nsed tnein wui bars ae etner.
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Our Stock of ,
.. Pictnre'Cerd,' '
' Tassels. -i
. . -. i : Traaaoss Psprr.Ae.,
is eTDplte,nd w iavit Terybdy waaU
iac Good ia ear lino to give as a call, as
are confident of rleaaioc them ia Goods
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ERn BITTERS, &C,
- - -a -Si
bavs Bxua) or .
Hoofland's German Bitters,
yrepared or Br. C H. ' Jeeksoa, nusdrtehis.
TbeiriDUodocllon Into Uiiscoonar ftoav trmaj
aaasrBiprBi' "h 1
tbey Carid tobt Fathers sud Msthsrs
id win far too M foot cfclMreai' Tbey ore en
U Fuelydiaereat from tbe sjswr ywpetsitoaa aww In
tanra preparutoni.-or aoythtnr. ha UMm ; OWaoud.
M country caiiea ifmemor i nun nmj
K Muntrv callMi Bitten
BDest,TuabMsedicaee. -Tley art ,
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Th frutmt bum wwitdlsrw-
Uver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Herrons Debility jaundice,
ERUPTIONS CF THE SKIN, leg
sad an-Disease arlstog trba a fiiaordsnd Lirsr
tosuca, or idjnlnl
MPUR ITY O f f HEfc3JL,OOD.'
ConstlpsUon1, Flatnlen!i Inwart MeS, TulnewioT
inood to lite ueao, Acioiiy ot ue owttji ..-v -.,
H-MThvp, DlwiM tor Food, Fiiloeas or . -
. Wlaht in lbs Stamsrb. Sour Areolar A
- tion. ainkiafr or FlnttoriM at tho al.
. Pit of the Stomscb, Swimmto of tbe
Bead. HarrMd or Difflcolt Brfalhlng. Platter
h at lbs Heart, Cboktof or 6uffacaiinf Seaaa
llnot wbea ta ( Ly rW-.re, TimnefS Of VWob,
Dnts or Wtbe eefura the Sight, IMIl Pain to tb
" tieta. DeScleaey of Pertplratkm, Yellowaoao .
al tKt 0km sod E w, Pal in toe Side, ,
Dark, Cbest, Limbs, eu-., Suoden
W.nabee 9t Uaat, ftiniteir la tbe naaa. '
daunt Ira-i-- r- of Krll ana Ores OvBrs.
, 7 , sioa of Sprits.
JQ Ass aaW VUmt ff tu Irwr or DigStiwI
fioofiaod'i'Cerman Bitlcrs "(
la soUrely yetetan). snd enatslns so liqnsc. It 1
eoamaaad of Plnld Exuacta. Tlia Ruom. Berb.
and Barka from which taeee -Kxtrai-ta are made, are
vatherad from German y. all the Molral Tlrtwra are
iii Im tlMHi bv a arlantlSe caeialM. Tbeo
estracta are tees forwarded to thia country to be ini
expiewly Swiha saBirurre gm nun
la so alcaholle sahaunee of sey kind seed ta coaa-
aaaartlnt Ibe HI cure, beare u tne oniy oiuara uw
caa be a lacaeos wUcre sicctioUs stiaaiauts ar
aoi adfiaaale. v. : .
' fioofland's Cerman tonio"f
t. a fwmMneUoa of alt lbs hwredieot of tbe Biller.
rU scwa Sania Craa Ram. Oranre, etc. It le seed
. l.. . J .. turn HittL-ra. la faw wKere
soaM pnioalnrfioih-eiiaMrkia 1 wqnireS. 1 will
s"" t rata la km
near to bum taar late rwniw. . uw .j
athere ailwthica lor ine care nr uaaif
. tkoe nriair rciwtioe pnoaratiooa of
acto. while the otbem are '." lrwe
la enme hm. The TONIC H decidedly
M pleeaant so arreeame reumaaa er
Mkrin Ita laata is exoairite. It i
alMimre to take H. while Ita hfe-tirtux. exhilaatiBK.
aodiawlleioirtqiialiliea dsts csneed to ne sswers as
ase greaiew. at mi w " -
There to M wrfdleloe equal to lfrv.Bir.rr Germs a
.Bitters or T'tii case, of Dewwy. iscy nasiart
' toaeaod tbw to the whole eyat-ra. etrannbea tba
aetlte CMe an enkmnent of the food, euahic the
atjauch to diaort it. p'nnfy the blood, jir a feod.
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. i in n ii i iWia arailrafe the rT awl lope
frma the y imot a hkm w Hie cseeka. and
ehaaiTS the patient Irom s rhirt-hreatheo. eoBKiamJ,
; MkTaod rVi IrbJ a, w a fuUJartd. stoat, sad
fetal Mi Sscatt CiUL-ea axa.lie Stroa
i . by vint tbe BXun 'n.'.T'alit
' ,, mass aamrrasaaa t , .",
' MlMt KloolP'KlUtS'
rer ksowa. ana wIU esrw til diseases rawll Mi Sora
had blood. Koep y.r M od pore ; keep jot Urer ia
order: keep Jourdlirestire ryans tn s aewnd. healthy
roaditina. by the ae of there remedies, and ao dia
eaea wiU errrr axil you The but bwb ia the conn
try raruaimead Uivei. IT T-an' of boneet riatallua'
go tor anythiiaryoa Bluet try theas prBpsoMUMia.
Like Um toUowiaa was news be fury kdVuea! ta hebail
i t-t..i .
r i. i
of say BMdiciaal prapaBUlen;
T 'HON. G'EOUGE W. WOODWARD.
Chief Jaaltcs of tbe Sawresh Court of. Penaeyhrmia,
. . . ... wrilea:
"" rSnunr? mil. Wrh 16. 1W
I tnd " ffontajMra GerBwa Biuera" W a iranl LHiir.
aertul la Jimanc nf ihr rt's-is'i otptm, and of grea
basest ia rare of deliilitr aud wsiuof Derroasscuuaf
ta tbrleai. -Tours truly. , '.
, USO, W.jWOODTs-aED
J'aMic of th Supreme Cpert of PeaasyrraBia.
f Pim..mai.raiA. Anril t&. HhiS.
' JI eoaslder " HonSaod'r German Blitera'' a rainahl
awdlclBe la eaw 't altaciai ainxtaaa "
naoeia. I sea eartlry this ftoaiBiy ew-rtojrei of It.
v.,iwhAxiwsc .,JAt6 TUOJIPnW. i
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noir cror.GB sriAnswoop
J'naUc of lb SnpreoM OswH eC Pehary Irani:
' ;' - -Pmia i)ai em i. asrs 1, 1W.
1 hsreSimid byerperieate I sat " llaodai.d'a Ocr--
maa Bitters" 1 xery sotnl tonic, reJjiWUiS ojraepiw
qriaptomS k&aoat n&Jr. aTT.BSWOOn.
'. L" non. vrit f.. roges,
. ktayof. of tb tity of Buffalo, N. T.
t r MATen's firrrr. Brirsio, June ...
I bare seed - Uoofiand a Gcnnen Enterr and Tic
In my family dnritiifthe part year, and ran reo-w.-6eB
them aa axceltent Ionic, iaipsrtuig loae sntf
iaor lo the STati-m. Tbefr nw b' Vf" ?r?STM
CI dcckjwl'y (eoeficlal etfecta. .Wat- IMOiJtA.
BO:. JAJIE3- JL w706d,
"; Ex-Jfayor of VTlll'mrport, PrnaayNaeis.
T Uks treat plesaqre IS rtemtUDendlo? "nooflatM"
Senaaa Inie .tfcB who may bssfgicted witlr
Cyspepsl's. T bsd tbe Dyeoepe s bsslr M 1 was t
pShfc to beeiyrW y atrKs Ibo
ram so weak s not to be able to wal 1 half a miM.
Two bottles of Ionic effected r rvrooD
HooSsad's Oerraao Bnliea TI""?i
The aanaia hr 'be i?Uire of . Fl. juiioe
and lb nan "f Qie aiud bkrwa u cadi hollk. Ad
eUicrs ar countcritit. .
rrlc ef WBltterv I.OOper boftlej
r, st ttair done rr t J.0. . -
lrte rf the Toeile, . Sl.ep' '
Or, sralf for IT.aO- -
fir Tawi w mp U OwwW
."X l, .1MJy nl and o hlrbl recooa
ZLVK&imlVfiS Uh: druEfi-U to W. jva
tstair saythlns eKw W ly sty U fcH ss food.
bccaae btViin a innrer pofil oo it. Thas reaso
dleswUl beeeotby sprsshany locality apoo ap.
uiicatloa lo lb
- wrtiiciAi. orncn,
AT TECS GERMAN MEDlCtSE STORE,
jr.3t Axcn sra ssr, ruWju.
CHAS. M. KVAira, Proprietor;
fronaarty C. If. JACKSOW A Ce.)
There reined ieersl ytweirlsts.9iorekeep.
a-a, and Medicine Dealers everywhere.
tarDe Snret toramia,acTl Uic art c.c 7s
lm io iwler lo ret the scauiiie..
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