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Zanesville Daily Courier, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1865, Zanesville, Ohio ILLE COURIER. 148. ZANESVILLE CITY, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1865. in Adv IT IS ADVASC1. nt will be erty kuown as tho PORTER Ituated u above remodeled aitd Mwly funibh.il tttirouglioul. It j. in the cortltlon for the MtiaBtti tU'S the 1 tali oca to from ZAHEsmLE- OS SCHEDULE TIME. COISO WEST. Trnim, thor. .re or the B--s of 0 hoth Any i J will otbcrwUu rest on their own cawlrtsn- hct s. B. M. T. THOMAS DtRBAS, -BPHAVT TAILOR. in Ready M.mle Uomo Ko. ISi Mam Street GKIFFITH 'tirtablc and StM ioimi ml all kinds of JkLacbin-T jHstillorios. Also ti foot of Fifth Street BISHELL S HOTEL, Corner ofr Fourth and Market Streets, Ohio. The taken cbtrgv of tUo Hotel form- Scotch parson preach- ed a long sermon against dnun drinking, a prevalent in bis parish, ami from which, reports said, he was uot free himself: 1-roprU.tor. p g Apr! 1 27 tit f __ STACEY CORNER OF MAIN AND FOURTH STS-, Oppotite Court llouae, Ohio. M'CADOX A GAGE, A good Livery connected thin Hotel. 1865. _ 18C5. FOJSWAKD1XG AS1) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, selo Ag.siiti for ill EOOT OK m-Tll STBEKT, OS CAS At. Pittsbtu-gh Packets. OASTJF an approve npi ir tho Canal, DEALER in Watehc., Clocks, JMWlry, SUrer U.rt. ft. Clock, O. D. DICKEY, H.ncil. nato and Brand Cutter PWj an-l E otk done to order. Corner of Sixth and .DMvilts, Ohio. i _ _ A. BALL, PtICI A.VB BEMDUXCE BCTITIEX MAIJf ON FOPRTE STREET. ___ DOCTOR RroPELI'7 fllYHClAS AUD SUEGECHf, Ure of the Army, hw looitod pcraincntly in this j, in tho practice of profession. RESIDENCE AMERICAN HOTEL. Whatever ye do brethren, dp it with mod- eration; and above all, be moderate in drain drinking. When ye get up; indeed ye may take a tnccuv.aua and another just before; breakfast, and i Raa4 ifcpotn it offers attraction iu the of; perhaps another after, but duma always tw equal, If Dot to any in drinking. rMnro'tfnllv solicits a ebarw of i.uoin. city. x ii, ye are out m the morn you may just brace yoursalf up with another dram, avd perhaps another before luncheon, and som-: I fear'take one after whiohis very bkme- ablec but dinna always be drinking. Naebody can scruple for one just before dinner, and when the desert is brought in, and after it is taken away perhaps, and one, may be- two, IP. the course of the afternoon. just U> keep ya frae or but disuju be always drain drinking. i Afore tea and after tea, and between tea jiur.l sujiper, i- no more- bat. right and good, Imt let :ne tniution you, my brethren, not to be always drain drinking. Just when you start for bed, and when ye" re ready to pop into 't, to take a dram or two if no wore than a Christian may lawfully do. Bnt. brethren, let me caution you not to drink more than I've mentioned or may be ye may pass the bounds of moderation. yonug school mistress was tak- iii.wdown the Uiuiii-s aii-l agw of scli'Jars a! the commencement of tho ter.a. f-uo i asked a littlw white-headed boy, "Btib, how old are i-My name ain't Bub, its John." said the school mistress. "v.'Uat is tlie rest of your "Why, UiU's all the mime i ve got, dist John." what is your father's needn't, put pup's name down: he ain't cOm- mc-n to school any; he's too big- to go to school." how old are "1 ain't at all, I'm A Joan IVil coversing witli an Indian, ed him if he knew thesi.ii never sets on the Qctu's dojninions: said the Indian. 'Do vou know the reason asked John, "JJecanse God is afraid to trust au English- rr.au in tlie was the dusky savage's re- Wh-'n famous signal was hoisted, every man to do his I two JSco'.chroen were standing by. One pull- ed a long, sour face, and said, "Ech, Sandie. there's naeth'mg there about pnir auld Scot- FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES WILLIAM ROTH. corner of Klfhth ft Zuieiville Ohio. ILu on hand a premium Hack of Family filrlmi hc.-au riicomineuil to audnf the qualitj tlitit can INI buu.h! iu aujr market. 5fml, Chcaf, ainloirrt thiiiR in IhKlinr of a rniniilctv Fauiil> t.'ru- (.Hll at my ..Id n h anJ ynu want, >ly oi fri.ii i-oumry Rn'l s.'iii.- wnit UI.UM uil.l will lin.l j-ricr- riKht. iiwrftt M-n.l- Th'- n.'w an'l J I LI A, Captain Iiravt-s fo.r I'ituburBh at 7J-0 A. M. l... u-w nn.l Slcnnn-r EJI3I A UltAIIAM, f. Stull: Clerk, IfavM 'or evi-ry Friday, A. M. Marietta Parkersburg Packet. The Sni! D. 31. s 1.EK, Capt. -Mi-Vcy. W. 11. SHAFFER CO., l lUt ail iK-ntT in CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFFS. s; MAIS ST., tii-Offlrc "f Ihn C. 7.. j: R. A. Counter, Platform .vod Stoct Scales, NEATLY Ko SWi Sain Street, Ohio. GROCERIES, FRUITS FISH, TH08. F. KBYIIf Slh, ISO. S31S5, CORKER OF MAIX SEVENTH STS Hare jam "r GROCERIES, EMHKACIN'fi SUGARS, TEAC- COlKF.E, JflPICES, F I S H ESS Matter.'I. No. I. 3: White Huh. FFUITS PRESERVED FRUITS T.v V. v K-'lt, t'ho'-'iil) I'l iu >li 1'1'IEl' l: SMOKED TOSaCES ntf: THE GREAT INDIAN MIE D I C ITS E. il J f.'AVK.J. JOIICli TOIHOIJ8E1. Tho ntioa of HOUSE HettH, BRITTASIA TEA COFFfcK ASP TEA POTS, tfd Table, fc Tm fy.oons A Forks Table and Tea Spoons, f'urtain I .'.nl Wlli'.w War., Willow Chair V-.t f, Coppr 'v-fti ins Tnl.i "nffjam's rttwK Wrin 1 iii y-u want Tor i. run ii I n-nt. BOOTS DR. J, W. BLAXDY, s 11. tr o Gradual? til Sargt-rr. Office Roonu, Corner of Main and Fifth s H Vs..JU.I. XEW STOCKr WATCHES. JEWELRY, W. J. CHAHBiBR, DENTIST. lit eTW.Irtinti'i tldiwtf _____________. __ AMHUCiX HOTEL, CORNER OF MARKET AND TIFTH STS. Ohio. B. U. or ti CLOCKS. SILTER And Plated Ware. COSSISTIKG OT Gold Silver Watches, Of American, Englifh and Svrist Manufiictiirs. CLOCKS Of orerr Tarjetj ana pncc. make my blood as the live lobster cried out in the sauce-pan. Comparatively speaking, a lady'? gait is z pretty thing. But her gaiter is prettier, A Patriotic Artist. A correspondent of the Boston ('hrittian Watchman, -who recently visited the studio of Powers at Florence, says: "Tbongh court- ed and" petted by the English, who have been among his best patrons, Powers always been true to his coantry, loyal to the core. Dr. Weld reminded him of a little incident which occurred a months before, when tbe doctor was in his stndio, and an English lady, I uw- ------_. proclivities, asked bust of Jeffer- tm WAT." COXSTITUTIOS LldN CtTta riTJTIOK CONHTI rUVt'iw COSSTITUTiOS W.VTKi' COSi-TITIJrlOi COKSlTTliTIO.N W.-Tiih CONSTITLTIOH COKSTH UTION 1VATKR CONSTITUTION WATBK Remt'iy ten-, v The The only Remfdij only ftemetty known Ti'it orM ReitWj.j kii-r-rn Tine only Icnvian The only Remedy krsjvnt TM only jRwt'Jy knotcr. Ike only Remedy k.-rivn tu; Tlte only Remedy known far The only Remedy ICMMU t r The Remedy The only Rented >j known FIST Tlic only Remedy For The oiUy Remedy known The vnly Remedy known for A BETES, r t'fe Bla-tder, Calctlitf (rravi', Dtpotit, aid Zlucvmf u: t after Urinating. -.1. Miltou r> and i.ir. I- ICO K UK IS II.- will fliul I Yoting- Men's I.-. II, r. fl 'if Th. I f newn -i alra.-m, ami ..nil :'w-H known 'f :til 1-lt.T- tii'mi UliS IACKSON, 1. ilB.vK A. L'O "f" M. M. GEANGEK. __ GROCERIES AND i Jr. B: all tinicu. icsh i PC itof.s, and a stock nf Grod G c-i ui at SITED STATES MAIL' LINE FOR Irritntien Krrl- -ift.'te Bin-Id., f, AMEIICil HOUSE, HASLnC t CO., Proprietor., Ohio. JOHI GEIWICI, toocer and Cheese on hand. Ho. 47 Ohio H. J. ROWND, TEA SETTS, stock of W..E..LRTT J It cnrw HaT, and Periodic Catarrh, of tb< and vioteot typM. form of Catarrh or noisee in the can Its penetrating Dr Trtxidateha. MW lifetime in tlili) fell di-vau. triumph u Br Cattrrh is a UinW lahali'i from the palm of tanfl. Dr Gooxtale la tamwn tbr Conntrj a. the Vnthor of the only Tine Theory of Catarrh mr pob- uVhed "Where In origin-What iu ol Rapid Cnre in all ia formi. Dr Goodale'l Pamphlet on Catarrh shonld fcr one It can be obtained at our neareot Agcocj, or by (ending: a portage to onr office. Price tt-00. Send Stamp C. K. jnrtftriK, Sole 75 Street, Turk. Sold Ay Draggiiu. ectlT-dlwly. ____ Sew fork. 1, 1WS. i 0 C Z WO OD CO. BANKERS Hate BomoTed 5o. vTuiUm Street toj Broadway and 6 Wall St, MtW TOBK. tl-nt -jjlkt Iti'ueyt. CutarrU MKI. ilKt rHAfEl.1. DEIS ISTS haj .wu v- small of the un-iii.r. atlayuftlte i-ristitutv.-n Hire in tb'T them fur U.e w-nt' baa proved itself OD it. irritate tj i tiuii i rtfiuvdy. K! t" th-: tliat i.s DJtUETlC? ,ii" ki'inrya, ari-J hive the of tSe wMBneMof.the! thstsncciess 1" ifflish' io be I the pitrchjuf aad of GOTBRHMEST the couvictiuii i: :u reii imccess.'n! cnrinjr, and that niiai! j warded tor onr efforts in placing Talnable a I UK AAti. in a form wctft the requif'jia'juts of ajj eician. W. A. Graham Co. DIAL! HilltiS AXD PTJRZ UttOWN'S HUBEELL'S Via Isthmus of Paua.ua. RKUUCED RATES OF PAS- .-AGE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. -ludiuer Itail.'Kitd Tnuup.ji ution from Asp P.-.-'aaia, J'r ,viaionfl on the Sttamers. Through t.j .Sar; in -2ii flay-. 325 IX fi, and hare been honorably will bo fur information, apply to D. B. ALLES, No. S Bawling Grwii, VOBK CITX CBOC1EIBS, FISH, SALT, SOAP, CASDtBS, HAltS, of Third Jk MMtat tonafrllle, Gold CbaiM, Gold Keys, Gold Spectacles, Gold LocketS, Rings, Bracelets, Portmonniuos, Traveling Bags, Steel Spectacles, Penknives. Brushes, Fancy Combs, Both arising from faulty i.i ro-o-crii: in one taw lit: v ami bT severe pain, aiid a which will currd by th'.- V. That disease known ao OX THE W" i which it the resnlt ofa u.' ih tliat and is fccown t a of JOEK SOS'S 50 IT-BBELS 50 Lioonce. Breuthial Bitters. Plantation Bitters. German Bitters. enmitic Cociponnd. Carbon Oil. Concentrated Lye. N< -TICE TO SHiFPEKS. Stearrer V. M. regular irirs. at 7 H. S. PEIRGE CO. FRO ,is dale the Stearrer V. will leave, on hci regular irirs. at 7 A. M. May pUTNAM HOUSE. H AR !VIAR., (ADJOISISG J. A. TREEBOB% Ptcprietor, Tn- is fo Ibo tail i-i-po: tea iSttusb- ca-. _ _ "WftNALL BKd. PRODUCE AND- COMMISSION M K R C H 3 31am Sa., (between esU [W, BROOKS' OLD Dealer! m Grain, Flour. "Ftei, end oB land' t f Country Product. wu T load and breaking your __ _ sentenced to efor atien yean, of boRiu.'m .nd in nine easel'-at of the doctor whether the srjoii-toms tlw th........ tbe symptoms. We mn :jnly thera I ipeak more of Vwt. the Heart, Impaired Memory, Wakefoiui w, "f Krat, Which In the IT a int dineaar, and through neglt-ct thcseMii tuorr AUI. oangerons arv the result; anJ moatii aft.T racnth wi'liont an .-f.irt being chrrtii.-. pA'.irnt Jlly looses her appetite, the DOT-' t I S II I W.ic and _ or small pacifies. Just rccaiTed aoa TBOMP5QN BROS. and WUAt rancy i of oT anu aiid lot GlisB Beads, I "l rerit _ recoramenda-1 TO a bniitww, bteel SBfl I tondimg letter _ho J of wnlmited water u_r. Dot HUT man This _ l.Av VWK.U cozio Cu, and finally t fArSolr fry oil Price Tn M. H. OKEGA A CO., Prnnmion. ALWAYS ON HAXD AT T. BEST'S. Opposite Odd Fellowi' Hall. VINEGAR e articl, o PICKLED PORK, At TAKNAtL 4 BRO'8 Flour StMK 195 Main OH 1 Stand.] CHANGES I; Jail at j J.
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