Elyria Lorain Constitutionalist, January 11, 1871, Page 2

Elyria Lorain Constitutionalist

January 11, 1871

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Elyria Lorain Constitutionalist (Newspaper) - January 11, 1871, Elyria, Ohio onsliiniicmiiUsl V. S. MOORE, Wednesday, January 11, 1871 The Governor'H This tloeumciit vciy 1'oW positive faults. It ii wholly fiee from clap-trap nmlibuiicoitib. 11 should have teen expected of tho Governor of the gi rat State Hint he would linvo raised Ms voit-u Against tho enc-ronchnionla of Federal power upon the resolved pow- ers of tilt-States. Dut Governor HAYKS known nnd outspoken tionist, and muit be expected to tM-or, nillicr tlian protect, Mi State from ab- sorption by nn ovirgrown and imperi- ous ccntr.il dofpoilsm. The Mussngu Voulains some excellent rccommendatioiii. Itsndvk-o in regnnl to taxation Is excellent, ns far as it goes; and if ihe Lcgislntuio will nit even to tho extent recommended il will do well. There is not Iho loiist doubt tlmt luc.il taxation has become buidousome to un extent icqniring lestraint. Wo are now passing Irom an inlhted cur- rency and inflitod to u more set- tled basis 01 commercial Tho transition is attended, us is always tho case, with financial embarrassment and dislH-si. Taxation was enormous- ly stimulated b> tlio inflation, and has grown into inonslrpus nbiiic-'. Unless; its iclcnllcsii giasp upon the proplo is' ineomewny.claxedjnyilloritselfbe, -m ,n the near luinre. a Irulirnl source ot lori> in Nott H'or bankruptcy and ruin. Iho leccmmcn- niev tho Yankees nmdu them- tlation to pay u.xcd xiUncs to county >g {Q ,ho nnd other otllces, is worthy ol consider-1 lire or Caprice? They pride, and "Sec, we have saved ihe people a What an niTront lo a free people 1 Do these hold a to exact from tho le just so much an suits their pious- And is tho reduction of an outrageous tax a free gift iVOin them to' the n'coplo? '.One'woi'ild sup- pose so fiom the lone of their boasting. liul the triuh the duties retnitlod amount to only about while one hundred nnd or eighty mil- lions are still collected from impost du- lled, ivliloh costs the people six or eight bundled millions a year tu pay. As ft measure of icllnl'to eneli indi- vidual family, this rcdtuuiou amounts lo very little. Lot any (tinner innke the ooliinato of what he saves by it. Il is believed that would bo a largo allowance for all that i-, siived to an or- dinary farmer's lamily by this net, and this mostly on the single aitlcle of au- gur. This is lesi than he pays in tarill duty for a comfortable winter dress for his wifo nnd ono of his dauglilhers; less than ho pays on a pair of calf boots for himself and ono of his boys; just about he pays on a finglo plow; limn he pays on an easy t-litur; not more than ho a iron- plo ol puiis of woolen bl.inUts ami so on to tho end ot the ilmpter. As a inciuiuoof relief, this act is, and is in- tended to be, a full lire. The gi eat bur- den of tin-ill' taxes slill rest upon and oppress tho people, and will continue to and plunder them so long as nlion. Tho system of suppoiting pub- lic ofllcoro by fees has about it innny 'odious and unjust features. A matter not mcniioucil in tho Mes- sage is worthy of Legislative attention. Tho ditch laws, as at present enacted, are susceptible of great abu-.e. Poi son- al at least, should bo given tu every land-owner before ho shall be bnrthcucd with tho payment of hun- dreds of dollars in ditching. All that is now required is publication of notice it> some newspaper; and by publishing a newspaper remote from tho locality of the proposed ditch, it is easy lor the ap'plicant to nearly bankrupt his poor neighbors by ditching' assessments be- fore they liavo knowledge Ih.U ll.e pro- ject is nioolcd. This abuse should be once reformed, iind tho law would be improved by throwing more ofleclual safeguards about tho discretion of County Commissioners in the Oatnbliih- fnent of ditches. As it is, their power is unlimited. t Tho Tariir llcduotion. The givosa list of the ai tlclcs on which the tariff duties have been reduced, and the amount of reduc- tion on each: Articles Kediict'n Teis, .tllklmls... Ida C'olleci f'jcon, ground 40 Sugar ............So (luniinion M ico IHn Currunts Article! Allii ku AlHploo, ground Cupper, all Uiuli I'riinoi noiluct'n luc I Co lo 30u .15o tost from sfl to lit a-p 15. Now that that llicsu livncst little have broken down, they have eatcied into a league with tho Uatlicals by which they havo obtained a lieoiiio to steal from the Western people to thois heart's content. Hut tho thraldom of the West will not continue loieviT. Unless wo have fall- en upon limes in which all signs fail, tho West is bulking the slnckles of the party of monapulisU. which the havo so long od in, and tho awakening Irom it will lilrtl'day. is; to cole- brntcd hero tliU year with ear- nival. The commotion 'of pavjng tho bioad' nnd PonnsylvunW ttvenuo wlthUvood Is the, real ORUSO lor 'this outbursfotpatroitlsiu on tho part ot tho loil carpet-bug cquatlois who dwell hero. Tho nvontio will bo devot- ed lo trials of snood between tho most celebrated trotters of the day. 'lioniior; of Letlner fame, Commodore Vaudor- bili, au'd other horse sports, will bo on hand with their fust nags.. At evening tho avenue will bo Illuminated and mu- sic and boullros and fireworks will give billllnnoy lo the masquoraderH1 tricks and antics. Grand balls will also bo given bv tho commitU'o having this It will bo remembered that this re- duction wiiS'Wrnng out of Congicss bj the clamorous demand of iho people for a more liberal and less unjust and op- pressive tariff. This reduction must, Ihei'ofo.o, LOiii'u'i nvl PS jcflfetlnjj ilv-views of the Htdical orgni the mode of mincing tariff lasys, and should bo carefully weighed bv i ho people, upon whom the weight of tn rill', as well as all other taxes, falls. 'The first and most obvious fuel sou- nected with this reduction is, that, with the cxcopiion of sugar, all the articles iiicludcd in the reduction are wholly Hence, every those articles from abroad. d'offar of j'cduction on tnkcsj list ono dollar fiorn tho Niilioiial revenues. Tho reduction is not object- oil 10. The duties on those articles w'ero cxhorbiunt, and the interests ol tiado will1 be promoted by their i eduction. But the' point made is that tho reduction begins at tho wrong end of tho schedule of imports. It will be seen that the monstrous tariff duties levied upon ni iiiuf.iclured fabrics, Iron, steel, eo-p- per, salt and tlio endless list of articles taxed from fitly lo several hundred per cent, for tho benefit of New England Pennsylvania monopolists, are still maintained at full rates. While the ar ticlos upon which i eductions have been made pay tho full amount of duty levied into tho Treasury, ft largo number ol the articles upon which tho high rates are maintained do not pay a single dol- tor into tho Treasury; and on others the people pay thousands of dollars in increased price on account of thoso high duties for every dollar that is paid into the Treasury. Tho increased cost of tho iron used in this country amounts to of which but goes into tho Treasury. Tho name is true of cloth, salt and multiplied hun- dreds of other articles. Now, had Iho design boon to raiso revenue and shield tho masses of tho people from unjust and unproductive taxation, where tvould the reduction have begun? Why, obviously with thoso at Mercs whoso importation is ex- cluded, or nearly excluded, by the pres- ent A largo revenue might bo from iron, Ball, copper and manufactcrcd fabrics, which now pay or noict to nothing, ii.to tho Ticasury, and at tho same time thoir cost to the consumer reduced one-half, .or nearly ono-half. But iho Kadienl jnijy holds Us existence on sufl'oronco from New England, and however the solfieli and greedy policy of that section may rrastp and consume tho substance of iho people of tho groat agrlcuUuial Now England policy will bo OUK WASHINGTON LETTER WASHINGTON1, 1S71. Tho re-assembling of Congress yester- day created but little excitement. Thi- galleries Oi the beimtc well filled in expectation of nn debate on San Domimro, as Mr. Sunnier was to press his resolution of enquiry, which ho did, and the resolution passed with- out debate. As the expected displa> did not como oll'tlio galleries were soon thinned out, and the rust of the business was done to empty galleries. Tho House did not present a gay or nnintn- mntcd appearance, there being nointer- pcrl'oi inauco a-> the theatrical folks call it. We hud ''Mon- sieur Touson come again" iu tho shnpo ol tho intoinnlnnd eternal Saiv Domingo scheme. Mr. who has elmigo of the monstei, linked, at the prompting ol hpcaker Blalne, that tho joint resolution of tho Senate bo referred to the Uom- mltte on Foreign Belalions, so as bring it up with Iho resolution original- ly offered by him. Mr. Wood, of New York, seeing through this move, object" od, and it-tied IInt ho woul.l object at every step so the Morton joint rciolu- lion cannot bo taken fiom tho Speaker's table wiihoutn two-thirds vote. Gene- ral Uauks expressed gi cat disapolntmoiit alhis failure, and said it would be im- possible to dispose of the subject this session, as tho commissioners would not have time to go to San Domingo and return before tho end of tho soision, in which case gool bye Grant's best and biggest job, Tho Democratic members In caucus determined lo oppose Giant's pot scheme on tho ground that Domini- ca was only Half tho Island, that its pop- ulation waaa hall and ignorant nO'iro laco, and that tho scheme was shromlo.l in corruption. I fear that Giant will never own (own lots in San Domingo. Judging from tho present aspoct of aflairs, politically, the conventions of the great political parties in 1872 will have an easy task to- perform. Tho re- nomination of General Grant appears to bo generally conceded, while the "tout ilvalrv which existed between tho much written and talked nboutcnrnlvnl in charge. Tho carnival will last dur- ing Iho 22d and 2lid of February. I1'. War Notes of tho Dny. Dispatches of Thursday 1'. M. brought some reports that havo more apparent truth tlmiv roil ini'portanre. rrovl- ous reports said that Ilourbiikl had divi- ded his army, one portion retrograding toward Orleans via Gicn, and another portion marohing eastward against Vuiv Wobor. Now wo art) told that tho des- tination of tho eastward bound wing is (.lormnny, and at iho sumo time ho is to uiiilo wi'th Ji'aiillwi'bo, advanolug Irom iho north, Tho story th.it ho it inarch- ing on Germany is loo absurd lor seri- ous notice. Ills army was at llrst only a portion of tho Army of tho Loire; it has boon reduced bv lighting and march- ing, and if again divided, as reported, would molt away to nothing before reachitivtheIrontitM1- improba- ble ihul Honrbuki rmulitnteS mischief on tho Gerinaii'lluos of ho Ciiiv roach tlietii, which is not so prob- niblo. Goncral Chancy Is at Lo Mans, to the west ot'Tonra, and Is reported pushing Hying oolu'miH ahead to frol the way nropnratoi'v to an ailvr.nc.e on Paris by way of Chnrtc1-. This route, if practic- able, would bring him lo tho wo-H side of Paris, and to the Ucnnatr hcndqnar- tcisiii Wmili's. Uut ho will havo some lighting to do boloro'ho'goti there. Ihu li'ienoh aio makinir a movement from Havre to drlvo oil' tho Germans threatening Ihatplaco. We had suggest- ed that tho Goiiinan hitniUion in Ihiii' direction would bo seriously allfcled if thoro was truth in ihe reported victory of Fnidhorbo ovi-rMnntoulul oast of Ar- ras1 About that fight there contradictory reports. The French still' claim com- plete victory, whiUt a dispatrh fiom Versailles savs that Kaidhcbro's in my was dlspcncc! by the GVnnan cominnn'- dor. struggle were destioycd. Two vill'iges in the viciuilj of tho On the whole we incline to (he belief that Iho bailie was serious for boih contestants, and that it is probable tho advantage lay with the French. "Whcter Kaidlierbre was loft in condition lo follow up his presumed succes is doubt1 even tho I'litluisia.stii: French dispatches are sllcni in ivgurd lo his subsequent move Jlarttld; A, Hugo Thirty-five Ton Louder. Tho (Pn-il oppintioit in the construc- tion of Kiiglund's ifrontcsi now Ihirty-ivvo ton loader was sue- -upheld by that party. tho fact tho ojoly produfttioii of this country affected .by the reduction of tariff lo t product of agriculture, produced in tho States fur South, romote from New England and trtottds of Governor Iloffnmn, of New and cx-ionator llcndricks, of In- diana, for tho Democratic nomination of their respective favorites for the Presidency has entirely ceased by the generous withdrawal ol Governor thu Hold. Tho New York Leader, tho organ -of Tammany, tint gicut pc-lilical society, and also of their groat Bnchcm, W. M. Tweed, has for- mally wiihdiaw'n ihe name of their able Governor, Hon. John W. Hoffman, nnd xlntcd thai their desire is that the nom- inee ulrauld come Irom tho West, and that their rhoico is ox-senator lien- dricks, of Indiana. The New Yoik n piomincnt Democratic "hoei, also stales that Governor IloU'min is nut a candidate in 1872, but that ho is a candidate for the United StatOD Senate in place of liost-oo Colliding. Tho en- dorsement and inpport of Now York gives Mr. llcndricks a position and strength not often accorded to a candi- date this enrly in the canvass, lint it seems that both pailics will early do'.cr- inino who shall bo their siaiidard-bcar- ois. The recall of Ministers Bancroft nnd Marsh is sol tied upon. Tho quid mines havo nol yet determined who is to suc- ceed them. Mr. Fish, it is believed will bo succeeded as Secretary of State by Sonatoi- Morton, of Indi- nnn. Morton will not lake tho po- sition until the Indiana Legisla- ture adjourns, and then tho Govern- or can appoint a Radical in his pluco. Morton is ono of iho five who run the President now, tho others being Conk- ling, Cameron, Chandler and Butloiu Do our Radical friends tho signs of tho times? Ono of tho bitter- est and most vindlolivo of Radical Sen- nipiN, Jacob M. Howard, of .Michigan, will bo elected to clay at homo by tho LftjziBlaturo of liU Stn'.e, T. W. having been olocted in caucus. How- ard -believes that tho war slill goes on, and ho l> sorry that for politi- cal hatred vciitoutof fashion with performed at the Woolwich Arsenal. December Uih, and in the course of a fort night it will bo proved nl tho government bnlte and bo iciidj lor sei vice. The lube of tho gun, whiel is about sixteen feet long, was brought out of tlio factory in which it had been rifled, and Used downward in i pit under tlio most powerful crime- whiel the lloyal Arsenal possesses. At the siuno time tho heavy brcoclv-picco, i mass of iron weighing fifteen tons, wa heated nearly to redness on an acljaccn in order to expand the met- til, and was then carolully lilted mm' diopped like a cup over the breech o tho perpendicular tube. cohl calibre of the breuch-pieco win slighth less than Iho diumcier the tube; bu the heal expanded it so as to allow neni' ly half an inch free play between tho two, the rooling process being aflorwarc assisted by jets ol water, so as to fix tin cap-piece llinly down on tho shoulders, nnd thereby incionso tho tension 01 every part of tho surface. Tlio gun, now it is complete, weigh thirty-live tons suvon hundred weight llic viiamctcr at iho breech being fou foot eight inohcs, and at the one foot nine inches. Tho interior of ill bore id a shado loss than iwelve inches and is rilled on tho Woodwich system consists pfinnor tube of stool, lorn pered in oil, and incased in massivi folds of wrought Iron, in aocordanc with leaser's double coil systonij in ad dition to the casublo screw and trunnioi ring. With the gnivso strongly built il is calculated that it will throw a sho or bolt seven hundred pounds in weigh and pierce armor plates llfteen inche tho ordinary ohargo of powder bo ing ono hundred and twenty pound and the proof charge otic hundred an llfty pounds. Tho Krupp steel gun, tho next inos powerful ofllnanco in existence, weigh about forty tons; but its projectile i only six hundred pounds, and it i doubtful Whether it hnsovorbeon prov od with it certainly had not bee so proved when the Prussians sent it t tho Paris .Exhibition. The niodorat calibre of tho now gun'i-f'dosigiipd I'o penetration, nnd tho shot 'will probabl bo three times tho length of its dinine tor. Tho estimated cost whic is less than Sir William Arm strong's, and loss than, Sir Jo seph Whitworth's. If iho gun shoult bo approved, fifteen moro will bo im mediately constructed, at n slill les cost. It is staled tho now thirty-fiv ton guns will bo on the ll'orculc class of iron-dads, which are plate with iron niiio inches in thickness. pithlci. Siirrati. o frUo Umt in Nevada, -i homo of "Sandy" Stewart, and the, Bvlli-aU vhnvp rmfl.. Nyo, from i 0 i t t1 t U (.wiily, a Vllliiblu Mini 01 WOIIMII to act M Ixn'id Aunnt fur Mini) Wiiid.Jluoi'jiiir'ii CJioiir HuHKl'iim Weekly. Eltjlit nuniburH, with llnillul llui'Utui t-loHu'tlnuwMluiy, mill a f.i Html KnitiutliiK (IJIviiii Awnyi Man) HOW mill liifflU'tofWnoriliiy In 5111.11 bum. nlu kOiiliM Piti'K. Addii'M v -J II I'OIin.lCO.n'M'nili IJuw, X, V J i rilmltlvu (InUiliVilij .lion MI. I I'mnlh Woul.1) i ri pmfw: 48 IMIU'cl'liy Hldon, IMIIII' Kl'rott nliil 8 S l.ainnr. Oiih t'Ja veiiilbpi'elmiitiiilii'i', K W.UAHKOLL ,VCO I'liim., liiitlmmll.Olllo r Foreign Do wrestle Dry aia To 'No wifo who understands what is tli best kind of marriage, ilenmnds tho3 continual attentions, which, voliintar. oU'edngs from tho lover, bocomo on- forced tribute from tho Sh that as a wife, whom it is no necessary to court or flatter, she has nobler place limn that which is cxpres scd by tho attentions paid to a, mistress Wifohood, like all other assured o'ondi tlons, does not need to bo buttressed up but a loss certain position must b supported from the outside, nnd an iitsc cure solf-rospcct, an uncertain holding1 must bo perpetually strengthened an roassm cd. Women who cannot liv happily without being made lovo moro liko, mistresses than am como but badly off in the great struggle of life and tho cruel handling of lime Placing all t in thing Which can iiot contiiino, they lot slip thn which lies in thoinhauds, and in tuoi doeii'o to retain the romantic position o lovers lose sweet security of wives Perhaps, if they had .higher aims of lit' than thoso with which they mako shlf to mtlafy themselves thoy would not let themselves sink to tho level of this follv, would bettor tlmu now tho worth qt' realities an cou- with appoara'ncfls. NKW Yum: Aiifriiiflsiii. IHIW Allow mi1 lo will j inn1 atU'iillmi to iiiv I'rupiiui. iilunurtoniwunil I'Ainioi HiU'liu 'rlio coinpo. uat iiiiilsniu Hutliu, iHiil.l.nliuli-., Itiiilui, liiriinio, .lunU el lli'iilci, UN u llni'Klij. lllll VMIIlVtMl llUllllllUIIUMIt1 HptlllK Oil- iluvil lioni .liinlpuvlMtiilii''. juiy UtluMiKMi.ln Mill, anil minll iiiopovilnn It lit mom iiliiiiilili'tliiiu mi) I" V" lUii'lm us plupaii'il hy OniUKliils l-mf ItliiipliiiitUinuinll'i uiMlnii il lluiiio llili (lii iwllvo piinclpli') linv- iu- a (link nnd ili'i'iwt loir Mliio IH the oliii ui liiKrcillunlH 'I lio liucliu In inj loitoinliinlui; tlio iiiiiikllistiiuaiitliv nl lla> otliui IKIU'll'llllS 111' Illlllllll fHHIHlllllltlclll IMIH liihpm lion II liu Iminil no( la1 a Thin- no, as In L'linniui'iiiiinii HIM l bnluiu lilin 1 uui. limn nhl) Inipli'iSdl Ills oliuiiii'UM and uU'iiMlie." WU.I.IAM WhI'lllTMAX, Inn of >t Miiiiulai luilug i.hcinlbt., Mull) nnd liruv n 1'lilladvl- phla HELM HOLD'S Fluid Extract TT a EC TJ nrlslujr 'fniin In Tin-1 IIUIMl'll I Ul .N II III'C IWI llll I to h Mill M' llniml In L-curtloii. I.IIIMI! rv lluitoruf 01 il IMI; In full, I ulu'n.il r.iissltiuk- I'l oil nit Ion mil I n ubi I It j ID uiiui Inlo l ho inuUiorwi let} The Constitution om I- tlTivU I OiKwU- W I tin1 al't ul Stk'llil'l'iui to nn'iiL'tlk'il'.uul iiidKorntn Un ii Inblv ilucs Tt no ln'atiiii'iH U siilinntii'il to imntimpiloiiui IiiNinil} nnsui's Iliilmliohl'. Pluli ii t of lliu till In .illV'flkMn hi'in K mo otlii'i' us In oliln or lii'ti'iuluii I'lilnliilius-i. vi i I lutiiin ii l.via'iiiHlniii. n( tlio IJtiiniH, niul all loiiijiKilnts-lniilik'utid to or thu iloi'l'initoi-ilimiKuOl luu. Helrabokl's 01. hwiiplo ii lnck .luii iKf) hi'iim ofllinUirti'ililiili ijlnck .luiiin.il; bj un. ik.ihlK NliiiiintiiN. IIOYJIK >t CO I'lirkiMbiirp. YiofsTloraTGiide Khst Ililltloii of OHO Miindioil anil ind I'ouk-h ill VliK'H llliliiliiili'd Cilt 01 SoudH nnd Floial Uiildu, In iinlillahi'd mid lunuiid and an aluiiul ii'iin duHlraliln Vluwur mid II h olu- Kiinllv pilnlvd on lino llnti'd jiapui', Illiialialcd lino Wood nnd imliul (JOLOHKI) 1'LATKS. I ln> nnil (In' IIIOHI liiHtrnrlho riuinl l.nlili' AdiTMi in l.illlli.n pnMlilicd, in illnilii'i icipi-ilH nhnllnrlii lliu l.iiK-U-li hcni linolo all in} cMUliinii'iu ul 1W70, ni rnpldly in appllnilliui .SiHitlo all nilium uliuordur (lioni loi Tun( I'lili, uliloli IK not linirihu coil, AddH'kN JAMIIS VlfK. Houlli ilur, N. Y, fJorth Missouri Lands nr TIIK U A NX [HAL AND ST. JOSEPH K. K. COMI'ANY. About 10.1000 ol tin- llnesl faimlnjf and ..influx liiinl In Iliti Cnitwl luc Dull'ill low jit lu-s nnil un iwsj linniiii nn In- iliiHtilous mini nlth sninll i-npltiil tn fur hli. liinil iniinin cm in il liiini II Is nut too l.ir Wi nt to bi nt n Inniiiliom inni'ki'la its mill niul lucllltlm ariiKimit mill iiiiHiiintlj huu'ii tin-1 Iliniili-li hiifi'iullil, niul i inpH mil nlniftst n i I'rliilnty, nbllf the mum-lulls tlnh Injf luuiih nnil i Klui >H> liunil iitmst bi'j niul idmht Unit thu bllulil oUliM'ij II.H bi'i'n i-lUilniilh ami unit 1.u'linn ini'ii niul Liisiurn i.ipllnl me ilolng imrltrt Ol'lt LANDS COMI'KI'iriOX Mi'tnl lur hill In ul.irs iiiulMTtlnnal Maps t itii'l iiupi'i turn ttiMii lo I DW 7 anil Iliinnlbiil Mo Onr I'oiinil of Impnrlnl Iiiiuiiilrv Nonp will ainiriu ol UitiiUiininv Hull HUUII. Ank icmr CJrn- rnp fur If diiil Tn t. UKOl'HKHH, U4, l-niut hr., v.'iv o. K. GOODS. BALDWEN, LAUNDON NELSON, in V H, nnd HO rctnl jo'u mini11 n MIDI liinibb' I'U'' )7M semi u. tin nimu'i-, iiml 1 K'llll II ill-It IIIIJ llllHV onlttl 1, ijiAivi.w IM IVr-ulll III T I'li'inliniK w i' nil'ui niul ii'nilu' r Wiilibiin Wiiti b loi MiiiiM'll llro-s MKIII'LCH' WfKkl V. ,11'. fJi- A.I- Tho onh KC'i'iliii' iii'rfniiic for thii bicnlb Will cino Cousin, CoblM unit .Son- Throne UM.I) by HIHl Illl LlllsM'S f.-OIII I JO IH lOOllI llgC. SOLD PRICK 10c. nlioU'iiilu by nil In tha I nltt'il anil iiMiiiti TUIX MAXUFAOTUIUSi: CD lloiliiMn, V Y Ciivrsi-i.'uTj iii ok w Uil-, urllunii- anil bo I' S KuMiir It A II Thoniiii, I'lilnliil b, i.'i'n S W I'llcc. Ihu Solilli-r-Aillst II I AUItOAr, SCO I'nbllsbi-is Ini'liiniill, Dblo llltiul .Ulll tl llVt-'illlj S Road 'This, "Wi: "HI AK-'HU a silniy (it Hii-1, inn) s, in a In sell our in'w .mil liHi'iiiioiu M _W AliM.lt .V O MJII -b ill Mh h I A in.wli1, b) ulihi'r M-X. In t f .IIIL-H niul at boiiii' l.lttlu or hn in-, rul Appiiiitns .mil siHiliiK'ii oi nciit, post p.ilil tor M) Ailifusst N WIN-jl.OW, Uiii-.iKo, 111 ___ I'l'.lt WI'.I.K, ami pabl Afrontts. to out ni'w anil tuisfiil rki. AiltliiKs JJ Ll.l' C9. JJaentiH I7C-, enshul nnd inloi illation linnMiiMl by _ rroUiiMiioo 1 fflj'lln! -VisJiTiibli' I O7 n I O-iU rui.Mo.NAin IIAI.-SXMV Ilio old iviiiivlv loi' oui-hx roUlt.. on. diiniitloii. '.Nuthlng Iwitur." OU'J l.l.U 1IHOS ft -s siipciiluoiis bah hi ihf niliMilc-i, vlllluiil Injury to tin- s-kln by m.ill loi ?l 58 ASTHMA CUIJK Uolli-m moit pninxrhin In Ihe mliiules nnil crtoi Is .i spoi'il> Line I'lkuJJIn mall THE JAl'AXESH 1IA1U STAIN Colon the Wlilsknisiiiiil llnli a bonutlfbl black or hi on it It of onlj mio pioii.u illon '5 Hji'lits In mall Aililiessti rpliini .No 751 .IIIMHI StlWt, I'llllllllL'lplltll, I'll. I'lU'lll.UJ bt'llt I'lOO PL01D EXTRACT OF BUCHU -ASD- KOSK will riulli'nllyn.tformhinlofiom lioiu linbiti oC lllllo or no Indict notiikonvonloiicooi plotciy iiipuisixllng thusn und iliingoi- ous icniobles, CopulMi niul mcrvuury, In :ill UICSL dl-iiiuius USE In nil dhoMPi trliuthar oxlntlnpc In nialuoi Irom niul no iiiiitU'r qi lunu'jtun llnfr, It is plcnsimt Iu tnsto nml odoi, "Inunedlnto" In iictlun, nndinou stioiiKthunliiKUinnniiyul the proimrntlons of llnik 01 Those siifloiliiff liom broken down or ilolloala tho romoily nt onio Tho ruliilor iiuisl bo tlml, bonovei slight miiy lie tliu uUiivk ot this nbovq It In cer tain to nilC'Ct the bodily liuiiltli nnd nicntul pom-rs, All the 0 illHonst'Srciiiilio tlio nhl ol'M Dill) ot- ic UXTKACT IlliClIU Is Ulu giont Dlmotli- euerywhere. Price i per flottic, or 0 liotllos for' S0.5Q. Describe symptoms in all communica- tions. n Address i Jf. T. IlELMllOLD, Drug nnd iGlicmlonl 50d "IJroiulwny, -Now' York. NONK Alll i u' >'n steal with of my 1 U. T. A CU'ryyinnn U' In SoiitliAiucilcii us 11 inisiloiKU tiro'l n nnd simple rcmcilj fcir Uio Lino ol Xc'ivoni) Wi'iiKiicsi, Kiirlv Utcnv, ol tbc Ui mill v nnd 4enilnnl Urx'nnii. mid lliu uiihi ofdlsonliMS InoiiKlaon by biincru! mid vU-ioiiJ bnbits Giiint ninnburs bi'im eint'd bv tliln nolik' inmcilv I'loinplod bv iidolia to honollt tliu nlllktcd niul iintoi innnlu I will tho loi nnil nsln? this incillclne, In n Denied envelope to mn nnu n bo noeds il, riiKi ov uilAiiax Aililrcss JOSKl'II T ISM Stn- tlon lllblo House, hen VoiL JB Closinor Out Sale Tlio to gel ynur HOLIDAY GOODS 13 AT WHITES They lre lelllnp thoii; unllio "took of Jewely, ittcnvH, ClbiikR, .A.T OOST! 1 J v WALL PAl'BK, BOOTS AND SJIOES, UICOUKH8 CAKPKTS' HATS ANn CAPS, OILS AND PAINTS, Agricultural Etc, O 1 o t lx 1 33. CASH S. BALDWIN, S. K. LAUNDON, to T. W. LA D. C. BALDWIN. c3. JSLTHIA, 0. T. N 20-1 y TOBACCO. W. MASSKY. J. KKNYON, C. SCIIADJE. Elyria Cigar Tobacco Eiliporium. KEN YON CO., TO AKHE A VAX HOUTKN.) v Maiiufaturi niul Iu FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 0X0- B. TOBACCO: C6TA variety of Choice BmmU on hind. AlHo; Fiuo ing and Smoking1 Tobacco. Y OF THI-; MAXUKACTCIJKUS AND SAVE PER Mn mi I'o ry opposite Depot, Klyrin, 0. All orders promptly atten IfflWlTT __ _ CLOTHIXG. mi- ui in >i 11. imii.imi' W ilitcn n high moril ai.. In an 1'inliu'iil Ian'ami nU'lii'iil pMli's.or. hnu old ditch. about thonco northerly nnd north-east- erly. Hawaii tundirof Jinjief Moon ono hundred to tho north iiiio of hit lands uud thu north Una of tbeuoo in a of nu Hlftch. FJWpMtrlok, ro-U, to n rnylno, .'jild iiotltlon will bo for lioarlnir, lie- foi lit Id Trut NWHfttbgi lionio of mid Moon, of iwi I William vosi'ivo, IKIIV I ronl lull ii.il-K Cull M v.i .1 JAMffJ MOKN, I'ilttionor f u-flj, Grocery tor e and Oynter' liooin, A fowdoom west of WookUr'n ttorj, KLYIUA, OHIO, In o Rnod pliico for fanners nml otbc'ri to rtrop In nurt refrwtli tbev wl inmo tlmo, huy IholrGUobKKIKS mlow ni Rt Any otlicr iilncpln I keen on bratouICnimnilnlKuiv Alo. XaUva of thn best qimlltN. Cheese nmnufiH'tiircil J. 11. nnrnnnlof PlttilH'UI, tho tuAnurnrturnl on 5 Weitorn lU'iervo; home.miuta Jlliu-rl'Ict. Ad. -l J. W JIIWSBLL.' 'P El} rla, 0., Xovcmlwr 14. IBM NEW B KERY., HK would reiportftillr JL to iho of Kl> riclnltj- linveiturtcrt On Mnlntlrcet. ono door'Ktut of the Tirlrk where they Intend tx> entry on thfl In nil iu brantlici. of public J. DAC-UTLBri Klyrln, Oct n, IfflO HACK Elyria and-k GratftoL1' JBaok. rplli; undrrilRnod totbo JL Ing public ho linmulnKuDAlLY iSfACK U.S'E Hyria ondjUrnftou, md l nnd from cither In ilnuno innkc i-nlli'ond connocUojii. TIME or OHch 60 Julyl.'70 WORMS! Pits! Pits! 'Fitit TJSBMATf'S DcfsttoyoV. BJCKMAK'S Worm1 DftttoyoV. mnrknblo remedy of tho ngo dw tht of VTls nurt rnfnntllc ftnij Kxiinltlon "f Woniit IVom Children Artulu. Wanmnt. nud oortaln. Sold bv Henry Park, Klyrlt; J-" ciiii'dnnr .t Son, A KotwrttaBi1 U Dent, J it. lliimt, Connirm Meciranor, Biim nlivlmt A. M. Doujrlus. Klptnnt at 1 iho towns in LoiwtB fov tlculurt, 1 U" i O t' t T nUckumithluc M fxMWotitiblc md nil J iiiiythtiytilniio tiimyltno tOKlTOiuprfoiU.KC V A to 04 boNWforo, all f fj t edr Tter WorVwai and lOtt I o o, n'rti rt i 1 .'Vihiith vi LWSPAPLRl ;

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