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THE CHRONICLE.
"COUNTER-TONGS."
1 n making the following abatement
we do not wish to call into ridicule
the young- Ban whe to tbetns fortu
nate actor la t&e scene described, and
which was very exciting for a short
time, it was brought about by cir
cumstanees oyer wmcn ne naa no con
tro'u By way of der -Hon, we will
call him young MJ. - . kbobbin, as
that is not his namr. i .a had been to
the fire on Friday iuM, and had also
attended the dance on Saturday even
ing. On Sunday evening he called
on a young lady, as is very often done
uy young men, ana is a correct pro
ceeding. The church, state, fire and
weather, had each been discussed ' in:
turn, and the conversation laceed.
The young man had seated himself
in a chair and was tipped back, and
very - imprudently rested against a
door. It is unsafe to rest against a
door unless it opens into the room.
Well, as it proved, he was asleep in
the twinkle of a handspike. The
young lady was at first inclined to be
micea at ma going to weep, out mm.-
ing of his late hours V two previous
nights, she forgave i. ted took np
a book to read. Now ;t appears on
evidence before us.that young Th rock
bobbin had leaned atrainst one of those
badly arranged doors that open into a
cellar. If mat bad been ail, it would
have been well. It was not The
hired man who had been cut rather
late visiting a neighbor, wanted to
come into the house without disturb
ing the folks, whom he expected to
find all asleep, went in at aa outaiae
cellar door, and quietly slipped up
the inside cellar stairs and promptly
onenad the door. The result flashes
over the mind of the reader instantly.
Young Tfcrock bobbin went violently
down stairs. - In - doitg-eo Rethrew
his heels very high In the air; unfor
tunately in their upward flight his
toe struck the corner of the .table at
which sat the jrocng lady reading;th
limn was unaet. the ryonng jJadv
screamed fire, young man and chair
and hired man in falling down stairs
made a great racket; the father who
was netveue about flies, jumped, out
of bed na atiaad e paiU- of atev
rushed into the room and threw the
water on the stove, as the lamp bad
gone out in its fall. An uncle and
aunt who were visiting'the family
also rushed in, lights were brought
and it was found that the young man
and hired, man wtfce whipping lone
another in the cellar, each supposing
the other to be a robber. We have
told this story as dispassionately as
possible, but the young man declares
they had a reguhirlarrotef attme-"
Athtabula Sentinel.:
LIGHTING RODS-M. S. CLAPP.
A correspondent sends us an ac
count of tbeOrwail iightnlnf ;Bod
Man, Mr. M. 6. Clapp, from which
which we learn that Mr. Clapp, began
the world in 1859 and engaged to sell
lip-1 tnintrrods foraPhiladelphiaflrm,
at $40 a nxxnhvH eontlBhsd atxfcte,!
selling rods in the summer ana tean
ing school in the winter, till 1666;
when he went into the business for
himself, establishing depot in Bos;
ton, and operating from Fort Wayne,
Indiana. The next year he moved to
Barrisburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1869,
he made eUtioojttl'bUaaalphiA, and
the next year tone at PltUrxrrgbr -This
year he opens upon a much
larger scale, having bought out the
business of F. Smith, at Boston,
for S16DG0. has Inst entefedjapon
his summer campaign, having bought
up one hundred horses, which he has
distributed to the different station
for business. He will have, in use
thirty-one wagooa and as many car
riages. When he left Orwell with the
one nnnarea norses ana one auuun-u
men. he made a turnout worth seeing.
He will distribute his for in Uia
wav : At Boston'. H wagons, Z buggies
and S3 men; at Philadelphia, 7 wagons
7 buggies and 21 men; at uamsourg,
7 wagons, 7 buggies -and- 21 men; and
at Pittaburgh.fe-wagons, buggies and
18 men. He will feeve three clerks,
one at.aoh ffioe, furnished with
horses' and 'carriages. ; His average
daily traveling expenses are about
$350, and daily wapea of men 300,
amounting weekly to about 4,000, ex
clusive of wear and cost of material.
These expenses are paid daily, and
th whole outfit of the season will be
over $40,000. Mr. C is now. only 36
years of age. Beginning with both
ing he is now the wealthy and liberal
citizen, having last year contributed
$1,000 to the Chnrcn, railroad, eto.,
in his home village. Athtabu la Sen
tinel. - - -
An IrWn jury has liit .nppraftcnl-
concUii6tu!.'A"t "BalUiiaKTir Quarter
session recently, a woman- was tried
for stealing a shawl, and the jury re
tired to consider the verdict. After
some time one of the jurors was ob
served leaving the court. He was at
once stopped and asked where be was-
going. 'An, Degor,-- repnea in ju
ror, "I wouldn't stay there; "they're
all boxin' and fiebtin' inside." Ttoe
inrnr was ordered back to the room
and a Constable placed at the door to
prevent the escape of any survivors
of the fray. At last the prisoner we
fnnnrl o-nilrw when one of the iurors
was beard to remark, 'Only Ilhreat-
ened to 'lick' him he'd never agree."
' i ip - e a ' ." T' jT
The latest jtkt BrighaaiTeong's
expense is perpetratea oy a i'ennsyi
raniaT paper- which, says:; "Some,
chap thought he would play a joke
on Brigbam Yoong, so he gained ac
cess to the list or his wives, ana aaaea
twenty-seven names Mary , Jane
Young, Josephine Ann Young, Sarah
Melinda Yonng, and so iortiv The
next time Brieham called the roll.
twenty-seven didn't answer to'their
names, tone eoneiuoea tney naa aiea
since last roll call, and putting a few
inches of crape on his hat, he looked
mi sad as possible, but has not yet de
tected Ida joKe."; - , .
Yankee Spoirrswomx. The Ver
mont Farmer says, in the way of
aharo -' shooting, Peacham women
seemto put their husbands in the
shade. Mrs. S. .Ladd bad shot six
erows with her husband's rifle at last
aceovnta, andwaa patiently- waiting
till she should miss one so that he
rnleht shoot, according to agreement.
Another neighbor. Mrs. M. Hunt and
husband, were shooting for the cen
ter nail in a target ten rods distant
and had twice grazed it. when Mrs.
Ladd drove the nail home wt., bc first
shot. ,yA.U S
An Akron cat, relying upon bis
nine lives to save him, allowed his
tail to swell, his spine to curve, and
with the " banner cry of death " em
anating from his jawt , waded into a
buzz-saw iurapid motion. The cat
was never seen, again, bst.lhe boss
sawyer, wtootfery stood -4jth his
jnouth open while at work, remarked
to his assistant that he " could taste
fiddle-strings and sausage meat in the
air that morning."
fp WELVB THOUSAND R0IXS
X of WelH-a)aaiAao.-der of a butyls
aua prices. Juki rec d mauawh noomiort.
BhmteIJspciiiu),
blood rpairtga.
Tor meeffedsal cam of Bfceams.
ttsm. Goat. Kecjmlrts, Prsuepsia, sod
ss a Blood ParltMr, it has no etroa!; for
aii rtisrssf srlaiag nroro so ttpfmre state
of thabtoodV lue sutuuCox'
rorsn rsaches the sourcs of all
trouble, and fleeraany banishes the
lintrrr from the srstsm by its im
t aohoa oa the blood.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT
R. E. Sellers A Co.
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CLEVELAND, 0.
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THE NEW SUBURBAN VILLAGE.
Only 4 miles from the Cleveland Court House, and ouly mile from the,
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80 and 100 feet wide, varying in price from $3 to $30 per foot.
Transfer Made by: Warranty Deed or Contract,
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Send for ocr Illnstrated
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Cnn Agents wanted for our large TMTED
OVU STATES" Map, with Immeose'WOKLU
Map on reverse side. Each Map 40x64.-
Large sales! Tbe best Maps out. - .
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and Chart. stblibmeAt- 1VJ Liberty at
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ny outs
"V waniea tor
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fW Or THE KJ BIBLE."
Address ZEIOLER ft M'CCRDY, Cincin
nati, Ohio.
$10rDAY.rn
, Easily made by an Agency of
Best medical work extant. Everybody
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Agents. Send for-circslars and terms ia
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VQ easy and sure way to make money.
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TO-DAY.
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WO LEWIS, Editor. ;
The greatest success of modern Journal
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paper published, njrfrurttre, TMtrrtaininn
and Pgreuive. FREE to everr subscriber.
the saagnlQcent eh ronio Just so High.'
The most beantllnl ever published. Sold
only by subscription. Agents are having
uir"ard-of success, one having taken over
LouOtrames. All pronounce this great com
bination the best chance for money-making
oiutiuim co., Chicago, 111. .
. FEYEE ASJ) AGDE CURED EY
ClfwCHO-QUINild
rhlca combines all tbe s!kal.iM of Iho Cln. bn;
Barks, ami is as eriectual rrruslv -. ,h ..
if Ouinine, whUe it i rnich elinnor n.i .
MiaraMe. fy Send sump for leaciiH ive circaia
vith formnUo tor using tue Cinrho-Quinine, an,
restimimisli from Physiciasi all ever tie coautn
Kspresented In .ow ork by S. II. Attrtin, t
BEAUT7. at the FIRESIDE
' G;l "tjiiabated suscess of j ' " '
' CBCXBS OF COSrOHT.
EUCOAJXT! OORGKOVS: BRJlfLIAST
Crumbs of Comfort, the ereatmt anwc nr
tne age. jrumDsoi tomiort, the piide of
tue aitcnen ana partor. inonsands of la-
aies attest Ha wurtn. and nnhesiuuincris'
pronounce it the ituem of Luttret. Tbe Press
universally praise it and proclaim it
every aayjnma. economical, lasting, Un
approachable. Price 1 cents. Ladies will
find Crumbs of Comfort for sale by all first
class grocer, hardware dealers, oountrv
vurvaeepers, anz.. tnrougaout me L nlted
States and Can ad as. H. A. BA.RTLETT
CO., Manufacturers Bartlett's Blacking.
' 1 ojufl,Biac, liti. 1 1 1 rrontbu.
Phila.. Its Chambers St., N. Y 41 Broad
Bb.osun.
Neglect a cough. Nothing is mor certain,
to la toe foundation for luture evil eonse
queacea.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respi-
Diptheria, Asthma. Catarrh, Hoarseness.'
.Kijuiui.ijura i n roa T lue tic rrn
J. . - . , wiuupipp, or nroii-
chlal Tabes, and all Diseases of the Lunes.
in an rams or sruiaan eold. however taken
these Tablets should be promptly and freely
blood, mitigate the severity of tbe attack
and will, in a very short time, restore heal-
WHU? Cnrivili InlJ.t. .
blue ixnei. Take no substitutes. If they
ean't be found at your druggist's, send at
jnamiiMAseniinjm York, who wiil
forward them by return mall.
Xos'f oe Deceived bf JmUatitnu. t ' i '
Pold by druirglsU. Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St.. N. Y..
Send for Circular. Solo A gent for V. S.
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AL PC BLIS HI S G CO., Ch lceo.IlL, Cincin
nati, Ohio, or 6U Louis, Mo. . .. ;
Is unequalled, by any known remedy. X
will eradicate, extirpate and thoroughly
destroy all poisonous substances in tbe
Blood and will effectually dispel all p red is
poBition to bilious derangement.
Is tkers wsst er artisa la rear Uver sss
plreal Unless relieved the blood becomes
Impure by deleterious secretion, producing
scrofulous or skin d Iseases. Blotches, Felons,
Pustules. Canker. Pimples, Ac, Ac -
Hsre yo ( Dyspeptic gfonsrli 1 fnless di
gestion is promptly aided the system isle-
Ollltatea wiui poverty or ia niaua, iirofw
eal Tendency, General Weakness and In
ertia. ;!., ' i
Bars yea weakaess of th IaUstlaes! Ton
are in danger of chronic Diarrhoea or In
carnation of the Bowels.
Hsrtroa weskaess ef the rterise er Urissry
Omaal Yon are exposed to suffering in its
most aggravated form.
Irevoa drisrted. drowsy. ddTl. slnegfsli or
denressed tn spirits, with bead ache, baekJ
achs, coated tongue and bad tasting mouth?
For a certain remedy for all these diseases
weakness and troubles; for cleansing and
purifying the vitiated blood and Imparting
vigor to all the vital forces; for building up
and restoring the weakened coaatUuUon
USE -
JURUBEBA
which is pronounced by the leading -medical
authorities of London and Paris "the
most powerful tonic and alterative known
to th medical world." Thts is no new and
untried discovery but has been long used
by the leading physicians of other countries
with wonderful remedial results.
Don't weaken and Impair the digestive
orcans bv cathartics and Dbvslcs. they give
only temporary relief Indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia with piles and kindred
diseases are sure to follow their naa.
Keep the blood pure and health is assured.
1 Tlni t Rt W. Y so'le Aeent for the fr. S.
Price One Dollar per bottle. Send for Ctrj
mar ' - . - - . l
April 2- .
PAEK & PATCH
" AALEKS IX -
SASIf AND -DOORS.
SHINGLES
GLASS & NAILS
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS.;
Springs & Axles
. IRON AND STEEL.
HUBS AM) SPOKES,
PATE'T WHEELS
BVGOY WOODS' COATJLETJ?,
Saddles and Trunks
IIAnNESS'.'&oi
AT THE OLD
HARDWARE STORE
PARK & PATCH.
TT!1 33 EI .Ft. QQ
' ''. -j' tf.t'iii-? ?!-
r r o rr ?:
Has removed lua aiock or Clotlia,
new and eigant store he has just
- j'i?U'ietof,A. entsrev
r i ) -LARGEST AND FINEST
. . ''.',:
In hia line, to be found in this market.
n
LOW
will accomplish it. , Mr, CH AS. DODGE is still at the head of the Custom
..
MEDIUM
Yon can tiiy any quality ;6u ebooee,
.
UTT C3-OOIDS ' 'Wn'it. BE SOXilD JbJJ? rST
-.7:0X7 LT: .')'.;
.: As I said, I propose
JEL E 2E O "V -A. LI
-::0::-
Caasinieres, Clothing, HaU ant Caps,
purchased,, on Market Street, lately occupied by Allison Chew, two doors west
lork Store, and one door east of E. A.. Smith's Drugstore, where he will
on and exhibit to wott. th ' . -
.
Cold weather having continued so
max
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PRICES AND BEST QUALITY OF
. . '.
eant fittine xarments. Field nas aaaea to ns usual wocx large tln of . .
QUALITY OF CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES ! ".?'V.u
i - . i. . f' , i " . i -ir txt.ii .fa '..';;..ji:t ii.'i.i 'i
hive them cut and trimmed &ud tak tbem borne to be made. Call In at tbe tie q barters and take a loo
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to make it lively, and give all competitors thi fair warning that they may
Gents Furnishing' Goods, dec, &c,
,
ASSORTMENT. 0F,G00DS;t;V::;;.;;t!
' . . .,!.,.-- ';... I n.u't ..-'" 1 f - t -i . i '' jl. H
Ions;, the spring trad must of .necessity
uvay, a , . 'i ,
- ... ' . .
Department, ready with his usual civility to make yon hia welT-k,ndwn U
li
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t-i Tin 33 TOT.
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'ui' ;
:s:!l
from hia old stand on Main Street, to th
if, EL Stiles' feonsapd one door
be fouud ready to wait ... t r.:
t ' '': -'j ' X i ,
;irif; y t
a '
be short, b therefore ia determined t
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... . . !". ..; . , i.. j l. a i-a.-ui
GOODS .
e' .iLr. nsj'.ai
.i- '''"' i ' sjj
aw vdj-ol .. ;rgj:t) :i J id
'XJCrT-- PBICES'
1 .-.
prepare the mm i ' 1 : "
C. "S FIELD r,VJ
rB.- f
Cherry Pectoral,
W- bfMsaips of the Throat and Iiunga,
anon as vwiaiuB, vwt b t. v
" nohiua;' Asthma, Vt
a4umptkiL
Vmga, t
XAmoiic tar wrrni 'j
m wtrnra. (evr are
... f inont rasl Talue .
1 to ; nvuikiad " flma
7 Uili. .ei&etuss. rem-
M t all tiiwases
or the Throat and
Lnnpi. A -ast tri
al of Its virtues,
throuheattais ismI
other coentriea, has ,
shown that it aocs;
. miUJurA efWrrwllv control them. The I
' tHsoriv of oar best eitiwnvef sll tlaues, as. .:
' tablishes Jhe fact, that Cherut l'ErroA .
will anJ floes relieve and core the fllictin)f
i viniersrf the Throut and Lungs beyond any ,
'other-medicine. y Xhe most dangeruos affec
ti'itis -nf h f ahneoarv Orpaas yield to it
' t"OW
iwer: and cases of tnrawrptMHa, cures
W this nreoanttron. ore wuW
lielv kaow
- kaown, so
remarkable as hardlr to be behevea, were
tl'ey not proven beyond dirpnte. '" As a rem-
" e-lv it is adequate, on which tbe anhlis may , !
r- (x tail protertion. - By coring Coughs,
-the forerunaers. of mora serious disease, it ,
snv nnnunrbared lives, and an amount of
safierinf; not to be computed. ' It challenges
trial, siid convinces the mest Nscrctieal. -Kerr
fsonVr-saoaid keep it oa asad s a
. preteerSon aninat the earlv and naparoeived:
" attacks of Pulmonary Aflections, which are:
euily met at first, but which become Incura
Lle, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender '.
lunp need this defence; aad it is unwise t9 ,.
be without Hi As. a aaiEiruard to children,
amid the distressing drMases-whteh basst the
Throat and Chest of childhorjd, CftaRrr
FBerDnai U jnvalnshle; for, by its timely ,
' , multitudes are rescued from nremarore
Ufrnres, and saved to the loee- and affection
. centred on them. It aotaapeedily and surely ,
against ordinary colds, securing sound and -
. heokh-iestoring sleep. .Xo one will sttfrer t
troublesome Influenza and painful Braafe
ciutis, when they know bow, easily tney can
U0nr the product of lor,!He.'
SOU BUCCCOIIU CUCUUW UlTOUgatWi wwww
or toil ik spared in making every bottle in the
'utmost possible perfection. " tt may be confi
dently relied upon as possessing all the-vir
-mes It hat ever exhibited, and capable mi
producing enres as memorable at the yialut
It baa ejected..,. ; , ."','"
' .'i ' !a'":1 ;- ;'. '
-'Dr. J. C. AYER 4 CO., bmr Uzsu, .
. , ttmeamX tm 1 JyttraJ Ckemlsta.
Wt AU C?COlX!JT :
iyerls
r
For restoring tO Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color. ' '
- a uressin?
., i, .Jl
1111.11 19 Air
once Agreeft-
,; Die, Dealt. jy,
nnd effectual
rr : TrpPTV-
,1. i'
img- the hair.
re-
Hv - r-V - U'
: . A SiVr?eV- : toxlt original
mlor, iritli the gloxs aiul freshness o f
youth. Thin liair in thickened, fali
'. inff hairrftprkod, unit baldness often,
'though not' hlwuys, rured by its'
. use. -Nothing ran restore the bair
wliL-re tiie follicles are destrojedi or
' the qUiucm atroitlned and decayed
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raiiMii-H M n-iuain ran oe saveu vy
, (,1ns application, und stimulated into.
activity, so that-a new grotvrli of
liafrVwwlureHL ' Instead of fnnlino-
iittr iiitir null A J:tM v euilllt;ut iL i
will lofp it clean and vigorous. Ita
: orrasiouvl use w ill pn'.sent tlie liaif .
Lmn . t n nil: i ir ijray or fuBim; oR
And ron ;eritontlr prevent b.ildneaB.
.'The restondioa of vfrality.ifr gives-'
to the sralp arrest and prevent
the formation of ditndrnff, t-hioli is ,
often so uncleanly and oflitnsivc,
, Free from tlioso deleterious sn1
tanotKi wLicli niVe nonie prepara
tions dangerous, and injuriima to the
. hair, the Vigor ran only benefit, hut
not harm it. If wanted im rely for
a HAIR DRESSIXIt. tiMhing'rlne
. rati be found so desirable. ' Conrain-
Jng neither oil nor tye, it does not
, soil white canihrir, and yet'dnst .
Jong on the hair, giving -it a ri-.-b,
glossy lustre, and a grat-liil iwrfunie. ,
t reparerf by Dr. J. C Ayer 4: Co.,
Practical and Analytsrai Chetni.l.
LOWELL. MASS.
bold bt Air rccotTs EVEnra-nvitr-
NEW i FALL STOCK OF ,
BOOTS iL SHOES
B. CRANAGE,;
No. 10 Market SktVarreruO.,
Hat Just received a eornplete stock of
0N-JE.-W GOODS I
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New gtylea of all kinds, an! table for the
season, ana win dispose ol inem at ss
low (I gores aa any store In Warren.
Cooalstlng of Gent's, Ladles'
: ana children's
Coots, Shoes and Robbers.
... Custom -"Work
Constantly made to order.
wili be given.
Good Satttfartion
isepi. li, 1872.
TXTHILE THE SUN WA8 SHI
11 KINO. A very attractive n ew balled
with splendid, accompaniment, by Fred
KenyoQ Jones; at ADAMS' Book)
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Drroa Chronicle t . .
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fmit eoinmns tnsajr to them, thst I have
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Israels wiin a
SPRING WEAR,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH ' " .' '
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F. k H. Croadclotbi and Boestins. Nobby
patterns of VesUac. and some rary ,
., ". handsome styles ef '
CASSIMERES.
As heretofore, all garment shall be trim
; med with none but th
BEST OF TRIMMINGS.,
Also none bnt Drat class journey men Tailor
employed to make op the same, glv- . .
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tUAt approved Judgment and good taste
mar design. In all respects,(and
I mean no humbug) I will en- .
deavor tosustaln myself, , '. ; ' .
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In all that t may do. I desire to be favora-
j bly considered and remembered by -,:
1 - 1 those in want of
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SPBIXG 0TEEC0ATS, elc etc
Warren. O., March 19. 1873-tf :
Dr. Cre Hive (Crown)
rfrtk) flvwaw has
been known and nsed by the medical pref sssioa
over 100 rears, and aa a remedy for Colds and
Coughs ta in older and better rerraUUon than
Kablic. It is known as tb Compoond Syrup of
fin ilia mrA twmnt m twa trmtnA in tmumt m
meoxau aipensatory.
Dr. Hansom's Hive
and
i oia, u aouitron 10 toe lugmiienu far cox
aiain caimoi ioxa,aecocuanor
that most commend it to erery one u ft uperioe
.L 'V.Y'iTi
CUsda. indeed for Ail a.ff.vfinmi of the Throat
ftrrd Langs where m CoQh Medicine it Decessftr.
Thu smp i cremur Prprci
Vrnvthe pcreoaal direction of ft repuiar f nTti-
uau n vrcr iwruij years procure, wauvc siuar
je u fttucoea to u4 airecucns on tne dotus.
Its uste lft Terr Dleaft&nt ftbd chiklrai
ry family should keep It as a ready
renedr
for Croup, Coida, etc, among the
rhilrtreTi
E. RocftOic, Bos Ca, Propr's, Bcffito. K. T.
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
MAGNETIC BALM.
Tt enres aa If e-y ntAGNETIO
nrr LrKNCK, Kenrslgis and sll psin. snd is
thereforw verv wooer It termed "Msimetic
therefore very properly termed " Msgnetic
Balm." It is purely a regetabie preparation. It
has no eonal aa a remedv for
Cholera, Cbolera Morbus, Diairhaa, Dysaa-
tsrv. Colie and all Bowel ComDlainis.
..'"L'"wPL.9?L-.VVooP.D,Pn-
Juiiisv. and all Throat slTectktia
shea Droverlr used. Fever sad Ague.
and other complaints Incident to onr western and
ioathern climates, are easily broken np.
Nervosa fain. Skk-Headache. snl Raea-
matism arscured by thlsBiedlctnswaenallotherB
bars failed. Toothache, Earache, Bams. Chil
blains snd Bruises sre relieved st once by its use.
The a-eaulae has T. Raosom AC.a
prtvste BeveDoe Stamp os the ontetde, sad Dr.
7. R Miller's Ksgnetic Balm blown in the bottle.
Bxamlna closely, and buy nose but the gea
atne. . SUI by aS Prcggiils Price SS cents per
toule. . . .
D. Bisiox, Sox Jt CoM Propr's, Buffalo. IT. T.
BEAR IN MIND
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KKTsIL Kl RMTIBE
st LOWEB PB1CBI ' " '
THAf ANT OTHER HOUSE In the WEST.
A. S. HEKESDEX C0
114 Bank St., Clereland, Ohio.
Feb. X, ISTX-tmo
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iSrmutT, ti s krrraioa mtrrr, rtrrnars, a. '
J. 8. McCOKNELL. M.D., Surgeon.
T sat7 "-u-n rxnirint it.fratioa nuj W ' 'Jrnisi4,
S' iiuiilclaxratciitL QAli n IVCeVC f ri.
O OKE IN TOWN or COUNTY
keeps the same styles of Wall Paper
aa can be seen at ADAMS' Bookstore.
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BOD MANN'S
leaf TOaceo Wartlionse,
.EaUbllahed 1851. for the sale of Ohie Seed
. Leat and Kentucky Tobaccos,
K, SB, t a C3 West Frsat .. foot sf Ssnaea.
stsaBridre. CIN(.'I.ATI. . i
Theonly Tobacco Wwrelit-e-ls-inciB-
yibti w n n n . v a . uuui it., t . . ..
sales every Saturday, and private lots for
sale dally. Liberal adraneea nade on To-
bacco received by ns. . .
CHAD, BODMANX A Co..
Jan. 15. 187Mor . i. . .. Piopiietora,
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187S.
YADTROT & ACKLEV.
We would tnfermoarinenasand irrepnblle,
hat. In removing ovr Jewelry Btore to oar
we have greatly enlarged oar stork In every
department, and have also added a -
. line Stock of
TBEXCH CLOCKS, ; ' : ..".''.V
) ..." , HrSICAL BOXES,, :: VIa '
A5D CHK0X0S.
: .. Also;a-vtry fin Stock of 1 " -
Pocket and Tabie Cutlery,
From the best mannfacturer. We would
call particular attention to onrstock ol
W AT C H E S I
Whiehwe think cannot besurpasj.edlnauy
, .., -sf tie large cities. .
' AZ-SO jltt THS STtW STYLES OF
CHAINS AND JEWEL BY
, SOLID SIL YES- WARE I ;
From the celebrated Gorham Manafactory
and ifalcd- Ware that la seldom equalled .
la quality and finish. ' - '
PATE2IT 'PKOPLB'S VTA.TCH.. '
Watch work and Engraving always done
by experienced work
J.VAPTB0T, '
T.Aaxar.
J.Vautbot. 3t.
Wringers Repaired.
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Packing,' Sose, . Clothing;
Lace Leathm axd ' '.
Hoyt'8 Leather Belting.;;'.
lffl Water StM Cleydaod, Ohio.
April IB, l73-3Ua ....
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Dried Fruits and : F Jtory Chees
SS Pearl Street
NKW YORK. -
Liberal Cash advances made on Coasi(a
ments. Send for Market Reports. '. " , , .
Jane5.IsT3-)yr i . .
t. Ii. ABKL
T M. A BELL. .
T. M. Abell & Co:
LUMBER 3IERCHAMS
And Proprletoraaf tha- .-. .;
UP T WN PLANING M1LU
ANUFACTUKERS and Dealer-
In Floorlna, Doors. Hash and Blinds
ouldlng and Wood Work generally. A
large stock
.hand, all of
ek of Rouzh an rn-easea Lomoer on
whichare-wreaai u ; oj
LOW RATES.
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Also Custom Logs Sawed.at low rates.
100,000 Feet of Poplir-
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Lumber wanted, also OAK A8R TLOOS-.-JXO
in limited quantities, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
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CWTSC0 BIU, A SII5SBAL 11MI ; ::
Coai arid 6Ia?k,!DeIIrel,1joiJany iri rif
the city at (he lowest enrrent rateS.
' Cfflee on west side of '&ln St d door
norta or Maiioninir uepnt? Atov Acetrta lot
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vAL .WAKRANTE17
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WORKMAWSMIP
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Name "Q'aalitTof'Coftils.
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Everything in our floe, not on hand, will be
MADEto ORDER PBdilPtLY!
ii;vna riiiw Ijr.j -.ai! J
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' Feat of Walnnl I.ambr Wanted-
Vl. -ii. OJ bft-ij; : . -i. ;mj ..
ciix is tooK'ir odt Coods.
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THF 0ESTPAINT .tltTHE WOLRO.
Asy Sksde from Psreiriilte tojelacl;.1 " '
A Mfnklnftilnnnf th nuraaL calnt with
India Rubber fornilng mwmoctK, gtosp.)lnn,
dur(. eculie aad brautiU Palist, aoaaevt-
ei by elianKS ol temperature; la perfectly
waterproof, and adapted to all clause of
work, aad la In every way a batter paint for
either inside or outside painting ttian any
other balnt in the world, being from'ce-
'third tone-aurth cheaper, and imlUif at
least three times a long aa the best lead
and oil paints. Be sore-that onr fust
MasKqn litmltfof wAich U rirea abete) it
eierv parkaae. Prepared ready for nse
tad aoM by tbe gaHon on!y. "rot snle by .
McBertj ' & jMcformael
the dwa town-cs
PTiANING mill
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SASH!
Aanonttee Mr the pAlle "t hs
.estabKehemntis aoir tn oparatlo wal
: I pUedwill the beat. nMishlr.orywl,,l
aadrtKPar to n.U order vx
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MOULDLKG,' .Te
And also Roasa Farnishlnc Materials, snch
aa FLOORING. SIOINCf, bULNULS, pine
and hamlooa 1 unlMr.s&. (icw . -
No pains will be spared.to g-ive onr ens
Somers entire satisfaction. J ' ":!
May la l7a-U e.. - j es
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SOLICITORS 'AK1 ' ATTOESIf S
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U.r.S.' AXa, FCREi(ill''PiTEJfTS
jyjj LATENT IiAW CASES.
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U sasWta aJtsrssa.Bast ulew-
laaa. Oia.: 'i'' r' "' 6
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With AaaoalaledOares to- Washington end
foreign eoantrles. Ur to Hon, m. Rlte
sel C'HaoNFCT,BOr:oJ, Warrea, Ohio ! "
June. 21 is7 '
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' Bismark yekri old.
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Alff-inch 6y9tefhas been pried cut
of the Savarifcali rivet . "'" ?" '
L' .By next CbrWraaspasilttinea wij,L
owu a,iAi,iAj( ojjera uouse. , , p
. -lUleigb, . i C.r 1L fullrUooded
pofntEis at tweDty-fiVe cents api.ece,.
;-Ai Beatou eouuty,, Jnd , farmer
pwoa a flourisbi), j'BUgy yrchar.".
'A sittn in Midiiimn raij-."Kgi)oU
Square!eAl,iljaexfecorgar$J1iV'.ina,,,n.
BIr. Hurt iLorpby luas heen : in-vite
toexhiMtJbiA priticieaey mirftuees at
UswVieoun KxposlUoiW, ,r,7
J Excellent 8iirar is beiucr matla from
i tliesap of box-eiders the big woods,
. ! ?.'! Vi a.til.t.'at t
"The 3IaryiaaJ. oysteri fyU have
scraped so clean that a tii:Lt market ia
Mkmaed for next year." . " .
Arraanuscnpf, ja the hana wriUiig
of OopeCiJicu:-. containiDir eiabtv-four
pages, has teen discovered athorri.
Harvard College think dqtman
would be a nicer tongue to study than
Qret'k. And a more usefuToue. too.
--Insanity" Bai ' bee'rr : sTir-cessViMy
peaiieu uy Jir. wniiam iiibben of
Xea MoiuesflqraV rn : fbrgerjr ease.
''' The doctors have now come tonhe
concJiJsfonthat irthw had lea him4
alone beJwoUW MweHivM oa;' -
;Th'eT oti firfeJ " 'r?taesr' A reeher,
erected in 1S12 on Jersey CityHeiKbta
ia-u bw torn, .down afirrhe LH of
"y e: a .woiiiUf..7 ,'.'A nr . i,
, Tbe general Uhc- of OQiiversalion
atiitllaiocliArfc.at.proseut, is
tbe discovery of a valuable silver mine
Just outside of that city.
Vlils undebiood'that of 'th'e Insai'
ance oil the- Atlantic steamshi about
f loO.OwO -win fall on L.oiidoir-Hr to
tal value was probably ovwr i-MM,i0.
" The farmers' movement has pene
trated the fat South, ami tbe Patron
of husbandry havevorganized granges.
mueorjya, Aiacma ana JUst-iswrjpu
'lurssBl, the New York banker haj
made enough, aaouay to, build a thea.
ter.'and intends to put it upon Hroad
Way, "-Bose " Terry, .flie Xlartford ' poeiess
and authoresa. Vas married on Mon
day, ttfRdllfn IK Oooke, 'a banker of
'?Thenia'tSeQnatne6r the'Etrfpress
of Morocco was Emily Keene, her
origin) English, an th residence of
net (poosara iiaptiira icj JjJapO,
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, A olergymaji ioieajiylvr.ia, in
stead of tsag. " L(t. ee pray,1' savs,
"Let, us interview, the throne of
grace." The dominie had once been"
a reporter.
pnki Ttghf oUftrr; rneetinr, J that4
"Wliiteraw field fe grtrjovrew 6r of a
dandy, tjtltarrte, without ny brains
to lpek..f, aad tbfit WeU "-epgsged
-The lastljeaisIaUir of South ro
.Jina used-up Sl.Ui0 more money, for
atationery at Us last session, than was
used By the Legt-riatartt of the State
the yeaf before" hw W-ar.-IntelUeenee
fa Enre&dlca,in4hPafinettB't)ta09i
-.a. srvreaerin BinsTresota nas round
out that-Infliaa cotfl. containw more
thaa fourtimewas- mtobotfy-taatur
paa-vUaat floux,.aud j thata, xxiuDd.0
more than equal to',twa pounds of fat
meat.0 ' " a 1 j . i -'i '-'i i.
v yearG?ee'nVotdArklfrrsa;a wfclt-
Vffms -ia rrf rt alwwitt mnh Alli4 nnla
-ored pofi0of ttM -vietiritvl claiming
tnat heMnt by-iviae'roiik' nee
to teach them tila true way to tbe, en
trance of the sheep fold. He does not
pieacn rotrrem,' un tiega'tnetr-earn-
ipga, V- fciula ax , ..' ;.:j!u-T ,aa::
;"...JX ia'now'craiiuedthatfliere lain an
iaotberrhail line nSnViing1 fhrbngti'tjp'
per MTdrfgan and Wiseonwrr.matttwg
certain tract peeolme-ly adaptaKhB tor
agricultural -ipurnofefcew .Xlia Boston
6M tbinka H.,iU .lequixe-a great
jt&Sl i. f iurtf iTormol Inn' tn mata c. i
steal of isottiermaj 1 via,' .to make p(v
pl believe those places where the
rnurcuyr gets irozen uesiranie aooaes.
OimmodofeVanaerDllt anrfV T.
Stawart each" aefc- but two- years "of
Xoureeee. oeorge iaw is. mora tnan
threeewore and tetrj fcut Le arttstDd
faltbKrisy toThitnmaafia'nitwre&u,
fncludtng JijAJDry Xloct Jiank J
the! Eigbth..Avenue3lunway. Hoses
Xaylor is Deir seventy-five.'and' iaTe-'
Buy! to-be vrorthf ie,floO,()fX); -
::'Protiaby 'die pDlymau jioknows
anything about the provisions 'of "A.'
T, Bteuarfa -will Is A. T. hiirreelf. "bat
a correspondent says that, in addition.
ujujeuiua, suu uineX' taijigsne wiu
(rftehisspleDdld msnsidu-toihe .city
foan"Hrt -pallerv.' Ha Ts-Revsrrrtv.
eighf.'-and'lieveriiad-any children. -
"Benianiin P.eed & Co.. nurserymeil
of Arerdeen, Scotland, have presented
tne tAinerican porvernnient, turonpn
the AprtJlrralj-D?rrtment,- thirty
thousand plant of iie uwe tiooteb fir
orliilwaud pveetrre, 01 distribution
o tha. Westvra btatea. ftThe plauls
are delivered 1 a Xew Ypr'k free of ex
tObe to the government- '
A (cw davaainco-a seed v. nerson &D-
pVred. to a .wealthy .citiiep ,for help,
anl received' the arnall' sum of five
eants.-'Thtr felver TemaTfeed as "he
handed bfm the,pHUrw,',,Tate IS,
you are weitmme, our ears are always
open to thediatressed,'',. -"Tbat-naay,
be," rupliid the reeiiient,." butnever
before jriniy life have I seen so small
an ODenintr for-such Iarif ears."'
a., v '. r: ?-.T. .-'sTi'-ft''
A ceDilnian, whose niornicg drau
htf't been a little too much fir him, in
saddling his horse got the addle
wrong end foremost." ""Jtrst -Srlie was
aipput to mount, a GernMuaiiftiedd
cain. up aiwl called hia attention- '
the- mistake. JClie horseman gazed
for a- moment at the intruder,-as Tlf 1n
deep tttesughr-. ntirt Mren'sald r'lfow
de ybosttnew whictr wagr-Lnwi goin
COrwZ't . T-.i.: Tfcl -.-i-T 9m 'C i. la
' Speakln; bt tbe Aryeftrtne' Hepur
llo, J'rofeew Gouh ayti' A. lovl
f water reft. uncovered in tbernoro
inur,. lry at.auUt .mli. .vaiiishei
from the ickftand as ii )y . tuagic--Thelbodies
of dad auiuials dry up in
stead of decofiyposing, and neither ffr-'
ercise nor exposure to -tlie Stfn! rays
oaaduoew 'riertipiration.''' Mum tJiimtv
itbe paoplattustbw! : JT -tsst .
l''Mr;ttMa,trmnmfsarorief of Parka
for the State, baa been among-tbe
pciajMH sortBBrn.i x nrfc and divi
covered Ue ru soyrca of U Jltid.
soa. The river rles, not as titer V"
appoeed ia Lakes Colder aud Aa
laaclle, bat In a little pond way 'up In
A rift betweed SkyFtght mountafn and
Gray's peak, 4.2SI3 feet a Hove tid wa-.
ter,-fte loftiest aaarce of any gttaarrt
in tte Btatea-.,.-; i , t, .
' Among the owrtoas creatore which
the aeleutltio-exploration-o the deep
sea are bringing- up ia ona,,-fooDd by
the English ship Challenger, almost
entirely composeffrTVeST Iti" which
the body ia a.merai' prt,dger te the
eym, adr. amither, a cruatfoea, in
which the i e'es if" lliere ver were
anvhave'fdkeLn 'leave of the body'.
aud the bcy Is tJtafiy fcti nd, "but for-
aitihed with ui nose (Mioate claws,
by 'Bkx fchfcaniait It-elsr Ua- way
LbQ.W -t l a-; !i ; a il f. ,ti.' s r i :
- rtofeisori TynOall 'lIIaatrates' (fie
(-value Of kaiopieT: potato by svppoBtng
that every potato tn the world tmtou
ven destcojed ; that one would con
tain in itnelf the possibility Dj apaia
Stocking the world with an invalua-ble'-artTele'
of food If erne -potato
woold prodoc-, wtrea pianted,-only a
eroif ten putatoe,.Uk te years the
total: ioduct -of the produce. of Uus
naa potato would b eijual to ten Luou
8aniLniniious, wbu.'h would .be aufil
cient to stock the 'whole world with
nXU. A lie J l 11 . n. u i . i k.icu omiv
tiotarri' thefty wettltf re" sufh- tba tt
won 14 b better that tha eity-of Ijon-
VArb ahnntd ho nHlia
UeftrovetJ than tha ttrber ehmild ber
lot.1 to the world. ' ' '
my nov.lUe.oX
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Afe nowrecei;n, ,el. anci
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GOODS.
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Comprising an extensile assortment of
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I Staple and Fancj; 'p.rypoft,
season Iq
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ladies dees G99D3 x spcmGs
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WDTDQ ft. SHADIS. - , : ,
SUGA, TEA, 'COFFEE, &e'
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( all of which have taeenf.Shnhaaed at ' '.' 7';
EXTREMELY LOW RATES "
sbd wlll.be sow ansa xsvombW tenaa. aa4 . , .
LOW- or LOWER : ;
jSan n 6e found at any hoase'lrrthla'cl." '" "
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Fine GaldCbairiaaTrdNecklaoes, f t.n
PLATElr WAKE,': " " .i '
aay p-roal attention. Irregclar running
watches changed to good time keepers.
Pine watches neatly repaired, cleaned and .
mrinlfll. West side Main Strpet. Warren ' "
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Marble v., ;Works.
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innraciarer or itaiian
mencan MarO!e; 7
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fll'Y - MANTELS,
FumiroreSloba, Sc., Ac. I
eaBBlae-fncniah ueoteb. and - '
rjQranita, Hoauoaenta, . u
t ;?i kept en hand er rjisde toirr--"-'
'Jor ue beBcfltoieaawOUL-,
era. w ui a w iu i au tcu giio
ijji-'iaatlsfaatlom -"..i
ili Lii Shop on Liberty Street,one
ZL'lTIdoor sonth' olFlrst National
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Can lie fburfd in iny'stock anil the price ' 1
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-1 iTHIEL STONE,
f ' 215 Superior 'Street,'
1 CLEVELAND, O. '
April ai8r73-kmo.-;..' v-i-.m h-. I -vi'js.
yE QFEX THIS VEF;B: .
suiprERDpss; :Goops,;
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FA5CY "GOOD?. '
Ladle
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GUNLfeTIN GER A BRO.
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Sg!SD. FOB FSICa LIST. ,
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CLEtftUSD BRASS PIPEWCRKS,
4r. Krraia sis Catev Sts-CJrrdaad. Oi. :
Manntaetrirers of anrf Tealers In nrouffXt
Imt fine. Iran J-UCtnut and JiraM GenarrJor ; :
Steam, Water, Gas and Oil. Cameron .steam
and En-reka Hand PnmBs. All aians i
Lex's adjaa ctUtr loola eooetanUy . e
hand Uulv 21. .ISTil T r. ,
Spring Styles of 1373. v. . .. :
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HTIIaL&'sMEASE 1
Have lmivelved1 -Very lalrse1 sinek e i -!
Bootaani'bea (or tha Spna soil feum- 7
mer wear of 1-73. au-.I will sell as cheao as
can be bbaaha in Warren or elsewhere, '-.;
hsrvlng (or our moUo"iiUkCkJKUaaaadsuall u
profiis." We are selling
Men's' Trench Carf.'toTjgTie Boor; '"fS.sa 1 "
do..,v ui.i. de.-. j a &: (
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Prrrter Plow Saves ''
Ladles'. late gaiters ( . ,
do ilo do
. . tin . Kok is r . '
do French Kid Button
Wa arc nnw nrena red to farnfsh the above
line in. the best and most Issbionabie styles
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters andSllppervfor Men.
Boys, Ladies, Misses and Children, In end-
, r .Itm variety. ,r m .', .. j. .
Leather;: anil FiailiasL
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Buffalo Sole ' . -, ,- cents.
BnenosoyresSote . 7 do
French CalfCerneUon, Sl tojiw -
American Calf - - 1.10 to l,
All kinds of ftmrfnesat the sanrerate-. - -.'
tas -" ': rv
iBOOTSAP.: SHOES!
Maileto order and repairing done neatly.
Trjaaaftd for past patronaawi we lavite
all ur old customers and aa also new onea.
to five us a caa Deiore Duy ing eisewnere.
t,: . HVtt 4. MEASE,,'.,
One door South ot McCounell's. .
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fAprii io. isrvtr.

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