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lOtEPS a,. KKU.T, BBMOB ABB FMFU1TOI.
H C0NWXL8YILLS:, OHIO :
FftlDlT, : . . March 10, 1ST!.
GIDEON T. HTEWART, of Huron.
fob trier, oovbbbob,
P. IL WXDDELL, of Montgomery.
row Mi rvwic woaaa,
L. B. SILVER, of Colurnbiaae.
roa arpaava jenns,
AMUIL S. ADAMS, ef Cuyahoga,
TH0KA8 EVAS3, Jr., of Delaware.
FOa ATTOaSKT OBXSBtL,
J. W. aTI CUOMB, of Hocking.
rB StATB COM IHMH1 OF COM. eCBOOLS,
DX-SULOUoN HO VVASD, of AUtana.
ra clr or scntaxa cocbt,
ASZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
res apditoe or stitb, '
T. U CHAD WICK, of Franklin.
J .JIB1.' ewaaaeaaae i
Platform of the National Prohibition
Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r
VTeaBBAB, Pro taction and allegianee ara
reciprocal duties. Bad every aititan
who yield obedienca to the juit com
mands of hia government ia eatitlad
- to tho fall, complete and perfect pro-
VeUvn oltbM government iaine n--joymentcf
personal security, person
al liberty, and privet property, and
VTrcieas, The traffic in intoxicating
v drink greatly impairs tke personal
aeeuritj and personal liberty of largo
maaaea of eitiseas, and renders pri
vate property insecure, and
VaiBBAa, Tho existing parties- are
hopelessly unwilling to adopt an ad
equate policy on this question, there
fore we, in national con ran lion sj
tabled, as citisene of this free re
public, sharing in the duties and re
sponsibilities of its government, in
the discharge ef a eolema duty we
owe to - our country and our race.
unite iu the following declaratioa of
. That while we acknowledge the
pure patriotism and profenad states
manship of those patriots who laid
broad and deep the foundations of this
government, securing at once the
right of the States severally and their
inseparable union by the Federal Com
stitution, we would not merely garnish
the aepulchers ef our republican fatb'
era, but we do hereby rea f our sol
emn pledge of fealty to tho imperish
able principles of civil and religious
. liberty embodied in the Declaration of
American Independence and our Fed
eral Constitution. .
2. That the traffic in intoxicating
beverages is a dishonor to Christian
civilisation, inimical to the best inter
. ests of society, a polities! wrong of an
equaled enormity, subversive- of the
ordinary object of government, not
capable of being regulated or restrain
ed by any system of license whatever,
but imperatively demanding for its
sappression effective legal prohibition
both by State and National Legisla
tion. J. That in view of thi, and inasmuch
-as the existing political parties either
oppose or ignore this great and para
mount question, and absolutely refuse
to do anything toward the suppression
of the rum traffic, which isrobbing the
nation of iu brightest intellects, des
troying its material prosperity, and ra
pidly undermining its vary founda
tions, we are driven by an imperative
sense of duty to sever '-owe connection
with these political parties, and to or
ganise ourselves into a National Prohi
bition Party, baring . for its primary
object the entire sappression of, the
traffic in intoxicating drinks.
4. That while we adopt the name of
the 'tion al Prohibition Party, as ex
ireesive ef our primary object, and
while we denounce all repudiation of
the public tbt. and pledge fidelity to
thai nrittcinla ef lb A Declaration of law.
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tion, we deem - it inexpedient to cits
prominence to other political issues.
5. That a Central Executive Commit
tee of one from each State and Terri
tory and the District of Columbia, be
appointed by the Chair, whose duty it
shall be to take such action aa in their
judgment will beat promote tho in
terests of the party.
a aaaa eaaaaaeaaa.
dependence and Uie f ederal Constitu-iwoaia
Thi Herald continues to ropy nr.
licioa fram the Cincinnati Gazette,
and other Pro-Whisky papers, lett
ing forth the doctrine of regulating
,the Liquor Traffic, bat it faila to
aaawar oar queries why the great
Pepablican party does not enforce
tbeae regulating lawa.
Last week it published an article
from the Gazette which contends
that "it ia found aaceeaary to ex
cept beer from prohibition," &on
and watch also atates that not on,
ttfird of the Alcoholic Spirits pro
daced u mad as beverages. Both
these statements are false, as both
the Gazette and Herald knew, at
well as almost - erery statement
made in the article. '.
Prohibitionist ara for the prohi
bition of the maaufaatara. Bale and
importation of all Alcoholio Spirits,
whether they bear the same of
beer, native wine, whisky or bran
ana every man of common
atnav knowa that not one hundredth
part of the Alcoholi Spirits manu
factured is tried . im , pharmacy or
Btaohanios, and also that almost the
vthole of the balance made is sad
'as beverages. .Bat, here is the
question fur the Herald to answer,
and if it has the Jeaat particle of
..iw - t-nti, tn St it 5t I. nt
im.t r hs.Mtm.i !
cowerdic; it will answer it : if
the Herald and the UepubUcan car-
ty are for temperejiee, and it is a fact
that regulating laws ara alUauffi
cient, why does not the Herald call
for the execution of these laws, and
why doea not tbe Republican party
execute these ?
Answer, or deservedly bear the
s tig iiia of a falsifier and a coward t
Tat State Board of Equalization has
redneed ' the grand aggregate of the
valuation of the State 12 per cent.
Teb new Congress has organised, and
Speaker Elaine, of slain e, has been re
elected. There is son- talk of ad-
inHmwiftft " J
ll'J J.J1.' L
Jtoqb War, ef the Monroe and Bel
mont Court of Common rieaa, is
threatened with impeeehment if he
don't resign, alien aecountof his habit
Will It Be Enforced?
We publish tnu wsek an edict
issued by yiex. II. Newconkb,
Grail Master of if aeons in Ohio,
which the Grand Lodge ot Ohio,"
lU meeting in Spru rfield, October
IStb, 1870, mad 1. hi duty to i.
in t the Subordinate Lodges of
the State againat intemperance,
gambling, licentiousness, do. This
edict beMS date of Jan. 9th, 1871,
and weaappoea it has been receiv.
ed by tbo Subordinate Lodges in
this vicinity, and we wonder now
if measures bare been taken to en
force it, or if it has only been form
ally read to these Lodges and laid
away as ao much waste paper ?
The Grand Lodge of Ohio, ia
waking ip to the injuries that in
temperance, licentiousness, Ac, in
members of the Order, are working
to ilaeoary, ia discovering, as the
Grand Vaster intimates, the most
powerful weapons need against the
Order by its enemies. Fersons out
aid the Order are very apt to
judge it by iu members and their
eharactera. If the Lodge located
ia a community is composed oi
good men, outsiders look apon Ma
sonry aa a commendable institu
tion ; if bad men, on tb other
band, compote its membership or
any considerable part thereof, out
siders look, upon it as decidedly
questionable in its moral influence,
to aay the least of it. Hence, we
say that tke brand Lodge has
found the maia cause of all opposi
tion to Masonry ia the ricee of ite
adherents, and we ara glad that it
has instituted measnres to purify
its body of tho cancerous sores thst
ara making it a stench ia many com
mamtiea. The only . ajiery now is,
will these measnres be carried out ?
Here in HcConaelaville, oar Ma
sonic and Odd Fallow Lodges, (we
hall speak of bath these Orders in
the remainder of this article,) hare
amongst their members aome of the
worst obaraelers in the communi
ty ; and it is asserted, and even ad-
mittsd by Kaaona and Odd Follows,
that drinking men, and those who
think it so harm to drink, have the
controlling influence in these Lodg
es, to say notbmg of the other rices
that tome of the members are noto
riaoa for indulging in. Within the
past three months we hare been
spoken to relative to this matter by
llaeona and Odd Fellows time and
again, and the . complaint baa al
ways been that temperance and
moral men are far in the minority.
Quite recently - a member of one
of these Orders told us that if
good, moral man made application
for admission to membership n the
Order be belonged to, that the
chances were that some acailawag
would black-ball him ; but that if
a man of questionable character
applied, aa opportunity would be
watched for when the best men of
the Order were absent, and then he
urn vutea in. oj auon mo
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nenrertng aa thia," be said, "the
Lodge is being prostituted to tgno
' In order to show the uses some
men, .n this vicinity,- make of their
Masonry and Odd Fellowship, we
will relate a little ctrcamatane that
occurred quit recently ia this Til
lage, and which came to our ears
through was who was present. On
a Certain Sunday, four or fir men
were in company, 'and aa all bad
been on a drunken spree and were
out of liquor, the question waa bow
to get mora to quench their appe
tites. All but one - spoke p and
said they did not know bow to get
it, when tbo remaining indiridnal
responded, "I hare tbo advantage
ef the rest of yon, I am an Cdd Fel
low and can buy "Whisky any
time 1" So be was sent aVir the
liquor, and bought it of one who is
both aa Odd Fellow and a Mason.
t W might relate many more cir
eumstaacee of a similar kind to the
abore, were it accessary for our
purpose, and wo might instaaee
other rloea that are common and
notorious amongst some of the
members of these Orders, bat if oar
object eaa be accomplished without
so doing, we will refrain. "
Although neither a Mason nor an
Odd Fellow, yst We bare always
believed these" institutions to be
promoters of the xaor welfare of
any people amongst whom ttrey
exist when their true teachings are
obserred, and all good citizens can
a a. .
t oa dowbu me time wnen tneir
principles are prostituted... Cbase-
qu"tl. we hail with exultation
,h fforU of t0 Gr"d
lissoae of Ohio to parlfy its body,
by first endeavoring to reform its
members, and second by cntting ol
those that will hot reform.
It is Loped that the Odd Fellows
will make a similar effort, if they
bars not already begun One. .
P. S. Since the abore waa writ
ten, we are told that W. A. Sill, W.
M. of Corinthian Lodge of MoCon-
nelsnUe, and Lloyd McBee, W. M.
of the Valley Lodge of Malta, are
determined to carry out tbe edict of
Grand Master Kewcomb tethe let
ter. Thi Herald aaya the Pittsburgh
Christian Advocate ia opposed to
rrohibitioB. The Herald cither
wilfully falsifies, or is wrongly in-farmed.
Important Edict of the Grand
of F. A.
Ornci or thi Gxakd Hastir,
I Of F.4A.1L, of the State of Ohio.
xouno, J an. S t h, A. J. bb71
To the W. M., Wardens and Broth
er of tHtF.JeA.il :
BaiTBni : At the last session
of tho Grand Lodge of Ohio, begun
and bald in theeity of Springfield,
October 1SJ, A. L. 870, tbe select
committee to whom waa referred so
much of the U. W. Grand Master's
address aa relates to intemperanoe
and profanity, submitted a report,
which was adopted unanimously aa
follows : That those ricea hare be
come alarming: and painfully prev-
aleat, even among the members of
oar ancient and honorable fraterni
ty, marring the beanty and harmo
ny of our lodges, producing discord
and alienation and moral declen
sions, at war with the very elemen
tary principles on which the whole
fabric of the Masonic Institution is
based. Erery Masonic brother, by
the tenure of bis profession, is
bound to obey the moral law, and
what aaya that law v
- "Thoa ahalt not take the same of
tbe Lord thy God ia vain, for the
Lord w.U not bold him guiltless
who taketh his name ia Tain.
- In the first step which a man
takes, at the very entrance of tbe
reatioale of the Temple, with what
solemnity ia be charged, among
other duties, that which he owes
to bis God never to mention hie
nam but with that reverential awe
whiob ia due from a creature to bis
laudable undertakings, and to ea
ts em Him as the Chief God. A
gain, ae be ascends another atop to
wards the inner Temple, what bril
liant hieroglyphics arrest his at
tention, up towards whiob all eyee
are turned in mute and rererend
awe. And can erea an entered
Apprentne profane that aacreJ
nam or imprecating its cure up
on himself or upon hia fellow man.
llow much more a master Mason,
whose feet bare trodden the sane-
turn aanctoram, or Holy of Holies.
.Drunkenness is a rice or ao hid
eous a mien, brutal-sir-g the physic
al man and rendering him an ob
ject ot contempt and detestation,
mingled with pity.
Alas ! how many, eren of onr
brethren generous, nobte and gift
edhare fallen rietima to th ia in
satiable rice, and are now motder-
ing in dishonorable graves, or has
tening with trembling sir idea in
the samo broad road to destruction
and eternal death, unhonored and
unwept, save by the griefVsincken,
beart-broken wife and bemlees or
phana, or the doting mother, on
whose maternal breast be in youth
.1 1 - . 1 , a
pinuweu ma Doyian ncaq.
lour vommittee deem it unne
cessary to elaborate the evils re
sulting from tbeso uomssomc vices,
not oaly to tbe fraternity to which
they were oe honored and belov
ed membera, bnt by tbeir noons
example in the community where
their vices are practiced, yonr Com-
mitte recommended for adoption
tne following :
Revived, That tb M. W. Grand
Master be, and be ia hereby au3r
onaed, and it is made bis duty to
issue a circular to be addressed to
the 8abordicate Lodges of this jar
ledielioa, enjoining tbe Masters of
the several Lodges ia aotion in
these premises, by all the powers of
moral suasion and brotherly kind
neaa, to arrest the eril, and in the
last resort, to cut off tbe persist
ently offending members, as can
cerous excrescences on the body of
Bmtbeik : Freemasonry ia bas
ed upon the practice of rirtaous
principles, inculcating the highest
standard of moral excellence ; mor
ality is its foundation and chief
corner stone ; erery Mason should
bo a moral 'man ; no one of our fra
ternity, however depraved or dels-.
sed be aay bo, will for a moment
dare to deny this fact, and yet how
many, knowing their duty aa Ala
sons te the moral law, practice
what they profess. Our institution
has suffered more through our own
negligence in allowing so much im
morality amongst our members
than from all tho anathemaa that
erer, from ignoTinc or fanatical
bigotry, bar been bnrled against
it ; its enemies, through our own
inconsiderate acts Of imprudence
and negligence, bare been furnish
ed th weapona to assail it, and we
bar thereby weakened the means
of onr own defense. A man addic
ted to deliberate profanity, intemp
erance, gambling, or any other li
centious babit or vice, is not a pro-
Kr person for reception into the
tteraity, much lees to be a mem
ber thereof, unless be reforms im
mediately, for ench a person may
with just propriety be classed as an
irreligious libertine hia habits
would at least entitle him to that
credit. Aa institution where the
purest of moral are taaght, where
reverence to the High and Holy
God are ecjomeu, should nerer be
contaminated with impure and de
filed elements. Good men and true
revolt at it, honor and honesty for
bid it. and divine justice will soon
er or later demand full retribution
lor all such delinquencies. We hare
nothing to fear from outside press
ure ; the powers of Church and
State, with the feeble breath of the
fanatic, bar been burled, time and
again, against our noble and time
honored institation, and yet it oc
cupies a nobler and higher posi
tion throughout th world than ev
er bofore, and so it will erer con
tinue to do if you will only be just,
and practice osUide of the Lodge
those noble precepts which we are
taught in it. It must be apparent
to the mind of a reflecting and con
siderate Mason that bis obligations
are of a moat serious nature, that
he baa voluntarily, and of hia own
free will and accord, assumed da.
ties and rsspoasibilttiea whieh re
quire bint to obey both divine and
moral law ; and the natnr of these
responsibilities be cannot nay, be
dare'not with impunity disregard.
His duty to hia God, bis neighbor,
his lodge and to limK and fami
ly, requires not oaly that ha should
obey it, but that be ahould as all
means in bis power to enforoe obe
dience to that law from every mem
ber of kis 'Lodge. Every mitiW-
tion, and more particularly curs, is
judged by ite individual membera
If aay of our members ara intemp
erate, profane er immoral men, our
Order mast to a great extent Buffer
for their astiona. A great respon
sibility rests upon the Master ofs
Liodsa. Ha abonld at least be not
sessed of all tbe rardinal virtues"?
temperance, fortitude, pradence and
jugtico. How can th Maslsr of a
Lodge teach morality and virtue
and expect hia members to follow
thoae teachings, when, pertape, be
i.p.uni. -r ' i
intemperate, proruo, 1'centioue,
and immoral in hia habitat If so,
be is false to hie God, false to him-
self, and bis Lodge, violating bis
obligation, violating the promises
be made at bis installation. He
stands before bia liudge a perjured
maa. Such a man is nnwortby tbe
name of Mason, and ought not to
be allowed to oresiie over a Lodira
of Masons. Ite cannot expect obe
dienee to our lawa from bis memb
ers if be violates those law with
impunity. A man ought not to be
a Master over others who is not
Master ovor Lis own habits and pas
sions. Such a Master would net be
the proper person to enforce this
edict of the Grand Lodge, unleas be
immediately reform, and it be doea
not reterni, apoa proper informa
tion being sent to me I will deem it
my duty to immediately suspend
him from oflice, aa being nnwortby
and incapable of diffusing thaVlight
and knowledge dee from a Master
to hie Lodge, and I hope ao broth
er, through fear or favor, will besN
tale to is form me if the Master of
hia Lodge is profane, intemperate,
or guilty of any licentious or immo
ral habits. It is a daty erery good
man owes to himssii aad bia Lodge
to see that none be elected to office
but good men and true. To the end
that institution does net suffer by
the election to office of men who
will bring eensure and reproach up
on our Order, it ia necessary that
we should commence at tbe Mailer
of th Lodge. If ho is a moral man
be can command the respect and
esteem of : hia brethren ; if be ia
immoral, the first thing, to be don
will be to relieve him irom office.
And it is hereby made the impera
tive duty of the Masters of tbe sev
eral Lodges ia oar jurisdiction, and
they are hereby ordered and en
joined io use all ihe powra of mor
al suanton, brotherly lore and kind
nes to induce the erring brothers
t reform ; use all the arguments
and entreaties in your power, talk !
to him aa you would to youi own
brother or yonr only son, aa you
would like to bare otbera talk to
you if you wre in danger) point
the brother who indulges in intox
icating liquor to the danger he ia
in, to the serpent he is handling,
to the serpent that la alowly but
surely consuming his n la! a, des
troying bis intellect, debasing his
manhood. No man can indulge In
the us of liquor and be sate. If be
is a moderate drinker, as some call
it, it only takes a little more time ;
tbe fangs of tbe ecrpeat will soon
strike borne. So man of good kenae
will aay the use of liquor is a bene
fit to. bimself or bis family. Then
why use it 7 Let each aud every
DWf uwh have the intsreelei
Masonry at heart rai-e oulwara
ing roice agaiaat thia foul monster,
the demon inlemperente, who ie
destroying its rictims by thousands
daily. How many of our brethren,
otherwise noble, brave and gener
ous, are slowly but auroly hasten
ing on to destruction by the aid of
this most deadly poison 1 .Breth
ren, you who indulge in the use of
it, pause for a moment, reflect on
what yon are doing, ask yourself if
tbe course jou are pursuing will
make you happy, will it reflect
credit upon the institution, will it
make your friends and family hap
py to know that ono they lor so
dearly is hastening alowly to a
drunkard's grave. Thia may, to
some of our brethren, seem a little
too plain- and strong language to
use, bat tbo disease requires a
prompt and sure remedy ; no otb.
er will restore the patient to health.
And the Masters of the several
Lodges in our jurisdiction are here
by ordered to enforce this edict of
the Grand Lodge to the rery letter,
against erery offending brother
who ib guilty of intemperance, pro
fanity or any immoral or licentious
habits. The indulgence of those
rices not only tends to bring die-1
grace and dishonor upon the guilty
and offending brother, but it casts
a stain npon and becomes a cancer
on tb body of Masonry, and it can
only be removed by bis immediate
reformation or expulaion from tbe
fraternity. Ono or the other must
be done.. It will not make any dif
ference how high or how low a po
sition the brotner may occupy in
community or our Order. If guilty
ot violating the moral law, whiok
is the very element and support of
onr institution, be must suffer the
vi inamativu. uo tuuaa auuor tue I
penatty-.-Bvery Maater aaert,r.
berof our Order in this State will
be held to a strict acconnt ia tba
erforcement of this edict.; If it
should strike from the
several Lodge J or errev J ol
iti membership who will not con
form to tba law, let is be done.- We
ar making too maoy membera and
too few Masons. Let every Master
and member-do tbeir duty ia thie
I assure you I will not hesitate to
do my part of the work in en forc
ing thia Uw, evea to arresting the
charter of any Irodge ia tb State
that fails to nforc thia rul a
gainst every offending brother, and
tbe suspension of th Matter ot any
ofth several Lodges wbo fail a to
comply with or to enforce this
diet. Tbo time baa arrived that
require immediate aad prompt ao
tion by all good Masons to arrest
and atop thoa vicea. Il is bsreby
ordered that thia circular b fre
qaently read in th several Lodges
in this State, that none may plead
ignorance of it. The law is plain
and clear ; but one coarse to par
sue if the guilty will net immedi
ately reform ; it ie tbe Master's du
ty to appoiai a oommttte to prefer
cbargea and expel, for un masonic
conduct, all who will not conform
to tbe law, to tbe ead that th Lonor
and. reputation of oar fraternity
may be firmly established, aad the
world al large convinced ofha good
Girsn under my band, aud lb
private seal of the Grand Master
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tne any nnu year a cove written, s "
ALEX. H. NEWCOMB.
Grand Master of Masons in Ohio.
f patrons of your paper, tnat
of is locality have form-
:now " F.r,mer ..(?"b
Ind. IU object is the diseus
is reUtJnJ to Agriculture,
&c. nVganifed by the
if the following officers :
Strode, Vice President;
Wksviub. March 4th, 1171
iroBi Sir: With yourper-
wish to say to the farmers
Also on 4
one of t
a-msey, xr. secretary
I'hojnpson, Rsc Secretary ;
betine. March 4th, took place
mool House ia Sub. Districts 8
!Penn and Mario townships:
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Usxik. r stam? tW circ)ar. to
UtDJLM LUC11XK DEMARSK,
KIgutta Huswt 4. U. Naw vrtb
Tha trrrlbla dwM. Catarrh, wafch aff acta an
anaa taramiaaaaa aa araaeaiua aa
wllhant daaHL tw aataraly
ioaa it baa arlalart AH aaaaa aaa aaaitrraiy
ararjw rraatraaot, tad BtOSa-tB ba farfritad Sja aay
aaaa that it faaa ta aara af lay a taoraatrh tnal a it.
Rev. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Kaaaady ia taaaaaaat aad baat farBaadacaa aad Waak
Kyaa ara faa nany mm tba aaaaaqaaaaa av t'atarra.
SASSAFRAS. WITCH HAZEL
Sarar butt ta Sia aaaaadiata raTlat ta aB aaaaa.
BEAD THIS TESTIMONY
aad aaad ataaap for a rircalar, dotaihac tha ajrrartnajia
af tha d aad rataaa af tha rarardy. A yinrr
will ba aut or mAit aa raoaiDt of RMmay.
fRIUK TWESTT-nVK CEKTS.
Hy UaUrrh waa Imiatdiilaly taBarrd hr yr Baa.
aafraaaad Wiich HasaL Rat. ASA BKUWK.
I aaa mad without waarrnf apactartr. aad thawaab.
"a i. aothaly aaaa ataaa a.ina y.ar haawfraa aad
Wrtaa llAaal. NOrCMAS BAKFJ1.
Voar ii. ! aad WHeh Haa.1 baa aai.l Sail I a ll at
falaara mj awalanha vnaua la aiiaat
aba. BAHAII JONEi
Addraaa, Ba. MAltTT rrTTOT
hiUa Haaaa rHatfoat How York.
FOR ALL DISEASES.
TO EARN A LIVING EASILY.
Bfaataaoa b ia.
doatry, wrtboot imv ta atart Ufa atta,
Tfca Baerat la Omt I
and wa ara wflfioy fa auaa H rwn te all
AOWTS AKK WADTRD te arfl thia Bank, and thry
aaa aara front i ta Udotlara a day. fUnd f or a mtulsM
aadaa.aiaalaeepy. PRICK OSB DOLlJlR
Srtnraat) aaaioMBf two paatara aUmoa.
KAAaaB S (JO, at r lillta gtraat.
Baaaia haw Vort City.
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EOEft
IT till PLXASC EVERYBODY.
SaaS FIFTY OBRTS far aaay. aad roar addraaa at
aU&ta MaJIY MOORE, a tat aa D, It aw Yark
Habvby DaBLWOTOY, Captain,
Will make reenter weekly tripe be
tween Zsnesville and Pittsburg, as
fol lows: Leaves Zaaesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Fittebarg en Saturday evenings,
a ma trr.
AB7Ut mh' l7fl--
BTA!f is tbe BEIT
ever ia McCO.VKEI-S-
He has aMtaUY en hea4 a gaea asMrU
me at siTm eed Btotie Boeti.af his wn
maaalaetar, whieh he it offarisr at the
lowaat CASU rataa. Give his a eall at his
alshliahraant Mar la-waal earner ef fab
lie f tsara, McCenaeliviUe, Oaja.
DK. JN'O. ALEXANDEH,
PATENT M BDlCit S3,
all artistes pertaiaiag Ie tbe
SW Be bra hsarl eaettaBtJy a large aa4
exbsnaiva sVoek efell rtiele prtaiaiDg te
the buiaM, at tbe 10 WIST market pri
BEATTY it TEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Siiades
V" Balaa aad r-raaertpUom JNS.
V that arm aara aay aaaa af
ustxrsuu WEAX-MKsa. siohtxt emis-
llsiOXS. UlPOTKNOa as, and raatara krat II
Uauaaoad ta yariact aaatla. ButT raxa TO II
VyAUUby aoa waa aaSarad aad ia mam aanrd
X ITaalaliain WTtntB WSUXm sV
xtw BaoanwaT. a.
Far sale only by
Jba Alexsader, in
Jott publithad, new editioa
ofPr. Oilvenrall's Calbrato4
mf oa the Radical Core
( witboul madicin)of Spermstorrbas br Be
miaal Waaknaaa, Involuntary Seminal Lee
sar Impouary, Mental aaa rbjaieal Inea
paeity, lmpadimanU to Marriage, ate.; also,
CfeaaaaiPtion, XpilepeV. end Fit-i, inaueed
by aelf-iadttlguae or aaxaaJ itiavagaaee.
sTPaice, in a sealed envelope, ealj six
Tbe celebrated author, i tVs sdrailrable
attar, ciearlr damoustrates, from a thirty
yer' tueceaafu! practica, that the alarm
Dgrontei)aaces ef self-abnae may be rad
ically eared withent the dasgeraat m of
internal medicine er the application ef the
anifa j pointing out a mmfe of euro at enee
impla, acrtaia, aad affretaal, by maaat ef
which every uflerer, be atatUr what his
eeaditioB may be, stay eore himaelf cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
dsr This Lecture thould be ia tbe hands
ef every yuath and every maa in the land.
Bent anJer seel, ia plaia envelope, ta
any ad.lraat, paetpaid, ea receipt ef seats
AU, Dr. Culver well's Marriage Oniee
priae li cents.
Addrett th PnbTirhera,
Cljae. J. C. Klla tk Ce ,
J - Bowery, Xaw Terk, T. O. Boi4484.
AT DALF PRICE.
Genuine 18 Carat Gold Homing esssd
Watches Gents' and Ladies' Sises, regu
lated and warranted for time and wear, at
half tbe anal price, oaly $33 each.
Tba Ultra Fine Quality, 18 Carat go! J,
EngiM Tnrned, Ilnnting Cased, Fall Jew
eled Uver Movements, perfectly adjusted
te all climates, regulated, and each warran
ted by special certificate, at only f SO
The Same, ef Finer and higher grade,
with Chronometer Balance, at $39 each.
The Same, at Last, with fine Nickel
Works, and Stem-winding and Setting At
tachment, requiring no key, wound aodwfrt
by i be stem, only $40 each.
Alt the above Watches are put at half
price, aad eecu warranted tor time and
Extra Fine, Fare .Silver, nnntlng
Cased Genta and ladies', at only $12
Beat Quality Coin Silver, Booting
Cased, Fell Jeweled Leveiat only $15
Extra Fine Quality, Patent Livers k
Chronometer Movements, Baby Jeweled, at
only $20 each.
Our Watches are all warranted, and
if not perfect will be taken back and Ihe
s3aWe require no money ia advance,
bet send all good by Express, payable ea
delivery, with privilege to open end exam
ins before paid for, by paying Express
charges, nub it net eatislactory, re tamed.
Plaera where ne Express mat, goods will
be sent by Brail, in registered package, by
sending la advance.
9 Persons ordering Six Watches at a
time, will receive an extra Watch ef same
value free. .
Also, Gold Chains I Gents, at $6. $8 to
113 ; Ladies' at tlO, $13 to $15 each.
Tbe finest Gold Ha ted and Oroide Gold
Chain at $2, $4, to $3 each.
8 late description and price of Wa-tch re
quired, and order by mail direct from
TOK UNION WATCH CO
, 148 Fulton Street, New York.
Jan. C. 1871 3uio.
il e Remed
Tt araer'e Pile Remedy baa nev
er failed (not even ia one eaer) to ear ibt
very worst eases of Blind Itebing or Bleed
ing Piles. Those wbe are aiB eted should
immediately eall oa tbeir druggist and get
it, for it will, with the (1st application, in
stantly affird complete relief, and a few fol
lowing application are only required to
tffet a permsBtnl core with oat any trouble
or inconvenience id its use.
Warner's Pile Remedy ia expressly lor
lb Piles, and is act recommended to care
any other disease. It has cored macy eas
es of ever thirty years standing. Price One
Dollar. For sals by druggists everywhere.
"VV e a k N" e res
Vvaraer'a Dlspcpsla Taalc is
piepared expressly lor Dwpept ics and those
suffering from weak nerves with habitual
eoMtrpatioa. There are very few wbo have
not employed physieiene tor years to rese
ct what this praperstioa will do in a lew
weeks, by strengthening the nerves, enricb
leg ibe circulation, restoring digestion, gi
ving strength saeotally aud physically, ena
bling those who may have been eocfined for
yaars to tbeir rooms aa invalids te again re
turns tbeir oceepetions and all tbe duties ol
life. On trial li all we ask to enable this
remedy to recommend itsslf te tbe most
skeptical. It is a slightly stimulating ton
ic and a splendid appetizer, it strengthens
tb stomach and restores tbe generative or
rani and digestion to amoral healthy state.
Weak, nervosa aad dispepti peisonssho'd
ass Warner's Dispepeie Tooie. For sale
by draggist. Price Ons Dollar.
rVaraer'a Congn Balsam is
healing, soltsning. and expectorating. The
sxtraordinsry power it possesses in imme
diately relieving, aad eventually earing tbe
most nbstioats ease ef Coogbs. Colds sod
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Inflaensa, Cat
arrh, Hoerseotst, Astbma, and Consump.
tioa, is almost Incredible. So prompt it tb
relief end certain its effects, ia all the fore
going eases, er ia any affection of tbe lungs,
last thorsands of phyiiciaai are daily pre
scribing it, and one ao all say tal it is th
brosS healing and expect oral ing aiedieine
knows. One dose always afford relief, and
ia most ceass en bottle effects a eurvj
Bold by all draggista, in large bottles,
Price Ooe Dollar. It ie yoar owe faolt if
you still coogh sad saSer. Ihs Balsam will
W ineofLi f e-t
TcalaiBt Vita erHlaeel Lit.
the most delicioes beversgs and tooie etimrl
alaat bow eelore tb world. It ie a spaa
ded sppstiser, free from allisotyaos drag
er impurities, and ia prepiwd lor Ihoae re
quiring a praaaat atimuknt that will brace
sp tke Bervee, give tone ta the whole sys
tern, and, eonseqaently, renew lilrv It ie tar
oaerior to Brandy, Whisky, WioaBitV
era, or sny other article ever offered to tbe
pablic, for both male and female, yooig er
old, may take the Wine ef Lite. It is, la
fact, m life preserver. Those wbe wish te
enjoy good health and a free low ef lively
spirit will do well to take tbe Wise ef
I jfe. It ia different Irom aaythicg ever be
fore in aaa, and Ie sold by druggist every-
wbeie. Price Oa Dollar, ia quart bot
vraraer'a awaicMgMB n
tb only article knowa to eore ike Wbites.
(it will cure ia every case). Where ie tke
family ia which thia important medietas it
not wasted T Mothers, thb is the greatest
bkseirg errr offered te yea, aad yew she' d
immediately procsr it. It ia el a ear
enre for Female Irrfrslarties, and may be
depended npon in ersry ease whet tb
monthly now ba been abstracted through
cold or diseas Sold by or egg 1st, Price
Feb. 3J, 1871 -1.
n. a. eecaaaAV. . a boimax.
i. W. SeSBABITlXB.
SOrTH-TTEfT IIDB OW TBI
FAHMiNS IMPLEMENTS, CiC
ivea U the
11 tOLBAGESTI jj
iatUsleeallty far tbe sale ef the
Mowers & Reapers,
"W ORL D
Mower k Reaper,
Mower & Reapers
aASvrACTtasxs sr .
Cook & Heating Stoves,
ad add pieces af all tbe varieties ofCeek
Storee ia the aaa n try 1 -11 klada mt Three!.
tag Machine Castings ; alee Salt Kettlee,
aad Salt Flaagee, Sugar KetUee, Pets, Sri4
dlaa, Skillau, aboat tweaty different pat
erae ef Plow Points, Machine Castiagafav
Steamboat. Saw Mill, Salt 'Worka, iiew-
ere aaa Kee)rert : alae Cast Iron t-htmaey
Tops, WiadowCape, Cellar Window rat
inga, aad alee Chat trea Lege far f eheel
haaaa Decks aad Beam.
Have constantly aa band, maaaractared
tbeir order, all meantr efTia - were, Steve
Trimmings, Ae. -
Uanafaetarert of Water Tweers, If aadrfl)
S wedge. Ae, mr Bmaktmiths.
Bemember the Plao :
8oth-wst Sid of tb PnblieSqaara
lojsi mm id it :
For Sight Priceless.
THE C!AfCN3 E1ASSES-I1
J. E. SPENCER tfeCO.
O! N. whieh ere bow ofJervd ta tk
publi, are preeoaaeeel by all the ceiabra
td Optieiaae ef the World H be the
Natural, Artifistat help to the human y
ever known. They are ground aader their
awn sapervisioa, from minute Cryttal
Pehbls. melted logetber, aad derive their
asms, 'Diamond,' on aeoaol ef their
hard arm snd bvilHaney.
Tlie Sclentlflc Prfaclpla
Oa whlh they ar eonstracied bring tb
eore or eeatar ef tke leu directly ia front
of th eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as ia tb astarat, healthy sight, asd
prevtatiog all nnpieasaot seasatioee, inch
8 gtimmsriDg and wsreriag ef sigbt, die
sioeM, Aen pec n liar te all ethers ia aa.
Tbey are moootsd in tbe Finest Maa
Dr, la frame ef tbe beet qaeiltv ef all ma
t crisis aed for that ssrpeM. Tbeir fuik
aad durability cannot be surpassed.
CAUTION. No genaine nalms
bearing their trad mark stamped oa every
U. B. TITCETT Jk. BRO.,
Jeweler and Opticians, are aul agent
tar McCoanelsviiie, Ohio, from whom ihey
eaa only be obtained. Tbeae good ar
not supplies ie redters st sny price.
Jbbc L 1870-ly.
NATURE'S OWN REltSDY,
1 3 beine; readily accented by those of very
msdital creed, aa afiWding a bsppy snbeU-
tatc for too active or noreuani aiedicatioc.
and offensive dose. Tbe introduction ef
the only known lS'erre Tonio apericntio
pleatasl and acceptable bras, stand con-
spteuoasiy aa la greatest aadruoa to ooo
era medicine. Ther are at once the pro
ven tatit as well as ear for for a slats ef
ailineota, from which the great nwjoriry of
peraonsaieat tunes, mad miserable, ea
aapyy, and physically and mentally IneSc
ieni. Iray lirmrnt nf rrrrn fnrrt rnnltt a
oally from Intrtealjoa (soostinie front ne
cessity) to eommoa eeaea neaita rales, end
is foUowed by Letherrv. Dyvpe-paia, Coo-
tination, lmnere blood, lrgula-itiea, Off
ensive breath and aailewaen of Courplex
ion. Tbetf cuon oa the IKrvoaaSystsm
eaa aceoent lor their mild and paaaiv
cScacy ia a varisty ef ail roast of such
aonarent diversitv ef erieia and character.
Under tbii eftsct dtgestioa and aetimilay
tioa are proooted. toe exeretioo of worn
ot mslerial to tbe blood it assisted, and th
brain acts rigoroeaty, a if andar th tXTaCt
l rt Ionian I.
Tb Calabar Grain OJ the approprtats
remedy for the Liisrary, atodroM and th
brain working claaaee, and those unable or
disineitnea let tnaeieat pnytKai sisrfae,
aad who ar avaally "bilitoua." Tbry are
tbe Ctvorite mdieine of tbe ladle they
ar the preventive and euro of aaa
and headache of those voyaging; child
ren can take them ; they are now the
"ounce ef preventative, they are safe,
mild and eCectnal ; they areapple
eeed like, tasteleae.SBd inodoroaa.
Farnisbed in mentbranoen pecchee
eoataininr 7 to SO rraias or seooU. If
not for sal at tbe nearest Druggists,
enclose 50 eenU to the Calabar Grain
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
liERMAS BITTEItS, .
surs Katas es
Ksoft Geraaa Elttsrs,
HODFLAHQ'S GtBMA5r T0H1C
T aiarat Vy Dr. C K. Jaakaaa. rtillii-'atla.
TWi lay itallea btte tiUaaeaatiy cm laiiaian
laas. . .
Tbey Cared YHr Fafotrg tzi ktstksrs
A4 wll aaaa yew aad wear eiQdraa. Teey are a a
traly atBaraat Irara Ua aran r praiarailnaa aaw a
Baa eoaairy aatla Wttaaa ar Tonka. They ara aot
er.parariana.ar mmjih:a iitalaam; aatSMC
Uftr Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Rarrous Debility, Jaundice,
- - Diseases of tbe lidnoys.
ERUPT10HS OF TEX SKlIf. U
aaSdMHaamm.arWag ftem a Plsotaeraa Uvea,
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Cwaaalvatioe, raUalenee, uwari rries. Talnem
tweed ta )ae Seed, AalJuy of tke loaeah. Jtaaj. -aaav
Haarwbara, Diafnat lay food, Fiiiaan at -
Vwaa, Blaaiaf ot mutlartrc at the 3
Wt af Baa eteeaee. Bwiamlna- ef the
Baae, Bsrna er trlolceh BraaMsii. faiuas. .
al at Aa Baatt, Cheatii a SaJMaaiUg aeas .
Uaae waaa tastfist roatora, Waaaat ef Wales,
iai ar Waaa Wbra tbe DeU Pais la a
Sea. DaSnlaaay af farap rmttoo, Ta8owaaaa
af the Saia ea Braa. Pala ia tbe SUka, ,
Back, Oaaet. Liaiae, ate., Sadlea
Vauhaa ef Beat. Boralag la lu r.w,
tliail 111 lavtiiaiasa af B'.i ao wraat t)avia ' '
eaaa ef Bptrlav.
a3ta A" vaiaeaV
Eeofland's German BiUert
a eaBraly yaaatahle. ta eeaaitBa ao He;er. Tt fat
ataiaaaa af Frald Bxlraeta. Tba Hnata, Harba,
a Baraa Iraaa wtlca aaaa mtraaai are made, are
aatratiet tnm Uaca by a acraaiiaa ae aaa tat. Taaae
eatraete ere ahae rrwaroa4 te tula aona try te aa aaa
. . . Sit tha Maaaftj.iiira af Ihiaa ITlllaia Taara
aara aaaa Iroet ill nan ay. au we waaieai ruiaaa ara .
h aa aMsaaUa eabeaaa-o af aay kla aaatf la eaea
aaa1a tt Stuaaa, Sea to It ie lee oaly Bitten that
am Im mm. - alMihmrta atiaulAMta ara
Heofland'i German Tonla
WearaWaaUaaef anthelacTaalaaUef tha BIHara.
wimywaaSaaaiCraa Baat, Oraarw, ate. U la aaa
tar the aaaaa Siaaaee aa tbe Biuara, ta aaaaa wkare
aaaaa aora alcateMc atlraaiM ta raaaira. Ton will
away ta sta that taaae raraadlaa are extirair SiOka.
eaaaa aaaaad. tbaaa aaaac aciaatlSa ynparauaaa af
extraeta, watla the aibara era aiere Saeoa-
etVreM mrwm m
-m. TBaTUHlO teeeetdeety
aaef tee ataat ataaaaat aa igreaaalo reragdiea araf
etfarae Ie the eaklte. Iu laata at eic,alite. It Ie a
aiaeeure ta lake tt. white Ita rlaiTric. nkilaratiB(.
a aiifitlaai eaatinwa aaaa at mail a la a kaowa aa
taeg tei alleaalea.
TWarsMae wnJIaate eaal ta HawSaara Caraua
miaaaa ar Taaie la oaaae ef Daellltj. Taay tmeart
Ie SI jaw II. wartry tae bleee, glra a joua.
Ttak aal taltsats OSlita sr Kai Strati
by uig th Sitters v Tlt, '
v. mu a .am . . -
ewer tiaai, ea arlB cere 111 a1 raaalt jij Sam
aa Mao. &eee Tear kMt aara: kaae waa lirar im
rSar; kaae year d -xwati r argaaa la a aaaa. aaaSiky
eoa1Uaa. by la eaa ef taaae taataalit. an aa ta
aeaa wlC ewer aaaaU yea. Tbe east an la la aaaa
tryraiiaain tkaaa. If yaara ef a-aaat rayaiauaa.
w Say aaytkiaf yee ataat try taaae yraparan aa.
-l---AWC'I ' IVTt Tsj -v- ; m...
ttaeateaaewmgwee aawar baton eSate at aaaali
af ea lattatael yny.rallo :
HOK. OKOTtGalTT. WOODTTARD,
CBJaf Jaaataeef Ihe Swpraaae Owart ef reaaarWeaia,
-" rwauaauTriA. Varab 5C 1SCT.
1 ta "Ba.af a Uaraiaa B:ur" Ie e fao taaie,
awafal a Slaaaaaeef ikedicwatire errant, aaSafrreal
liiill at aaaa ef eabUlty ea waat af aameeaetka
la ayateaa. Tearawaiy. -
. . gO. W. WCODWAin.
w. noy j am is TnonpsoKi j
' liaUii ef aa Bapeaaae Ceart ef reaaerlraala. 7.
rvtiaaeLratA. April at, l&Ta.
t eaaalawr - HaaCaat'a Ueraraa Bltlara ' a ralaabi
waalitaa at aaaaa af attaakasf lairaatraa ae Dye
aaaila. I aaa earUfy tbla tnm atr aipenane ef IV
Xeeae, wit raaewat, .IjifU TBOHraVlt. I
H0X. G1COKCS BHARSrVOOO ' ,
Nsctacef Ito Saaraate Caert ef raaaaylTaatas. .
ran. .astral A. Jnae I, 'ma. '
t haTe Ban by esaarUne that " rlooSaad'e ttaaa
aaa Blatara" atarwrr food taaie, ral lariat Syaaeyu
cmtemm abaaes lI4toRax gHAESOCD. J:
"BOX-tTK-F. BOGSRS, " ,
Karer ef tae efty ef Bnsafa, W. T.
MAVoa't OVTtcw. Bervtra. Jan IT ti.
f ' ' " Bittere aa Taaila'
fa faatlly Suriac Iba tvt year, aa eaa reona-
aaaa theaa ae aa aacalVaat Ionic, itatiartine tana an
tiror ta Ike eyataaa. Tbeir aaa Ien
eaastaedAT tmiftfltl effect.
EOX. JAMSS ll TT0CD,
aaT-aUrcr af WJllaWWTirV. reaaaytTaala.
t take yraat ataeaare la teanmaMadtac " Hartaafs
gawaa Tiait taaayeaa-wbeatar beeelkta wfk
ratoaeeU I tad BVe Dyaaeaata ae ba7y tt was b
aoaatbla ta hacw any food oa By etae-aca. aa 1 a-,
eaaae ae wreak ae aot ta be able b walk kaif a ataVa.
1 mm batuaa ef Taaie team a yarfurt eare. . .
TW aetum m loeue jTnii U. WOOD. T
SBFaaBPlflBaBl caf") BByWIBaefcrtsajJ
Tae raneiee hare the alynaiur of C. BI. J tt k
ea tbe front ef tb eaiatrt araer f aacb hotifew
aa the aaaac mt Iba articje ekraa at eat battle. Ait
IbeTS era eaaalwiaia.
rrlec mf :ke BttteVe, $1.0 wear beUle
err, fceir for ito.
Frtee of she Twwl, Sl.SO yerbeU)!
r,a alf fwrSlwV
tae Swaja c mm O-tar Btoetlea.
im that b St. Hr r:
taa that em aa awiaaraally aaa aa ae ""
aawtaaSi aad ee aoteUew medrajjUu teUdaee joa
aarrthrnr dee that be any aay k Inet eee.
aa ataaaa a iarywr ertalt aa It. Taaae aaaaa.
be nt a eafwaaa aa aa aoa; afreet aa
aeas. aaaWty eemirlawW erecleate the JzZ Mrr
waa tee eye, Iteeart a aiawaa la tae atiweaa. aa
aaaaae laa aatraat from a aawrt-araaiaarl. eraactata.
waak. aa4 aarrari. Ka S. at a fttu-aead. aaaet, ea
AT TH G1UIAX MXDiCIXX BTORX,
. MI AACar MTXWT,Tmttmmttrim. '
CHA5. U. XYAKS, -' Proprietor.
(Feravarly C. X. JACTSOX A Cw.
TVaaa iaaia1aaaia aaa try DraffUta, S-llianfj
era. aa Heatcrae Dae raw ewerywarra.
t3rpanvit inrrat V axaraiae Wail the art AaS JBJ
are la aaa at rat tb ewsrtee. .