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THE INDEPENDENT.
M'CONNELSVILLE :
FRIDAY, . May 14, IStt.
TEEMS
OP
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, when
not paid In advance, $i.OO
One COpy, one year, cash
tn advance, $1.50
TO CLUBS.
To a Clnb of ten, one dol
lar andjblrty-five cents
eaen. $13.50
To a Club of fifteen, one
dollar and trvehty-five
cents each, $18.75
ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up, in all cases, at the rate of
Two Dollars a year.
is
Agricultural Notice.
Tho Board of Diroctoa of the
Morgan County Agricultural Soci
ety will meet at the Mayor's Office,
in McConnelsvilie, on
MONDAY, May 15th, 1871,
tit ten o'clock, A. M.. for the jnir
Jiose of revising the Premium List,
and the transaction of such other
business as may come before the
Board. A full and prompt attend
ance !s desired.
By order of the Beard.
it
JOHNS. ADAIR, Sec'y.
May 5th, 1871. 2w.
Notice It. D. Johnson & Co'a.
Card.
.Notice Barker &. McDamel'a adi
vertisetnent in Supplement.
Er. E. Filmora & Co., of Znesville,
understand the value of printers'
ink. See advertisement.
Notice new advertisement ol
Alex. Finley. The G rover & Baker
Sewing Machine has no superior.
Eemember tho Temperance Lec
ture to be delivered at the Union
vtllo M. E. Church, on next Tues
day evening, tho lCih.
Evert family in the County
should have a G rover & Baker Sew
jng Machine. Call on Alex. Fitiley,
or one of bis agent., and examine
one of them.
The Baptist Sociable vrill meet at
Mr. C L. Barker's on Thursday
evening next, May 18th. Refresh,
ments, icecf-am and cake. All are
cordially invited.
Betcrvs show that nearly every
town in Massachusetts, which voted
a few days ago on the question of
Incensing tuo ealoct beer and alo,
Voted no by large majorities.
Eev. J. P. McLaSe being called
away, thero will be no preachine
at the Universalist Church next
Sunday. Services Will be resumed
on Sunday, the 21st.
"Total abstinence is not a novel
ty ot an innovation; strong drink is
the innovation, and it had no soon
er boen introduced than men were
led astray by it." Father Alatheic.
Fabhe&s, beforo purchasing a
Mowing Machine, it would be ad vis
able for you to call at II. L. Morris",
and examine the Acmo Mower Si
Reaper. Il is just the tnarhine you
want.
The next meeting of the Morgan
County Lodge of Good Templars
will be held in McConnelsville, on
Tuesday, the 30lh inst. A public
meeting will be held in the evening,
and will be addreesed by good speak
ers. It is hoped that the members
tif the Lodge that come from the
Bountry will arrange matters so as
ta enablo them to stay to the public
meeting :u the evening.
SEEiors Accident. On last Sun
day afternoon, while returning
from Pisrah Church, William Bark
hurst, of Bloom township, was se
. verely injured by being thrown
from his waron whilo his team was
running off. His injuries were chie
fly internal, but it is thought will
not prove fatal. Ono of Mr. Bark,
hurst's daughters, who was with
her father, bad one ol her wrists
sprained badly.
There is some talk to the effect
that our Beer Ordinance ib to be
repealed the Boerites claitnibg
that the voice of tho pcoplo decided
bo at tbo late Spring election. We'll
venture that at least one third of
those that voted the Democratic
Corporation Ticket at tho April elec
tion, are opposed to the repeal ol
the Ordinance. If the Beerites be
lieve that the majority of the voters
. of McCoBiiel8ville are in favor of
repealing tho Ordinance, why don't
they get up a petition to that effect
signed by the majority of the vot
ers ?
A cocple ot runners from Pitts
burgh houses, came from Zanesville
here the fore-part of this week,
bringing a conple cf young girls,
belonging to respectable families of
Zaoesvillo, with them, and put so
at the New Era Hotel. About nine
o'clock that' nigLt, Marshal Head
received a dispatch from Zanesville
ordering him to arrest tho girls
and send them back home. He ar
rested them and locked them in
their room at the New Era till mor
ning, when tbey took the Mink and
returned homo. Kincaid, the pro
pnetor of tho New Era, gave the
runners to understand that they
were not to have anything to do
with the girls while they wero tn
his house. It is a pity he did not
show them, (the runners, the door
at ouce. Ibey deserved it.
The using of fermented wines for
Sacramental purposes has begun to
rocieve the condemnation of the
Clergy. At tho Methodist Quarter
ly Conference of the Pisgah Circuit,
held at balem Church, this County,
in February last, Rev. J. M. Wood
ward introduced a resolution re
solving thai hereafter fermented
wines would net be used at the Sa
crament in that Circuit. The reso
lution was adopted without a dis
senting voice. On last Sunday,
Eev. F. J. Gather just after Com
munion at the Baptist Church of
this place, arose and told his con
gregation that bo desired that the
Deaeons of the Church should make
preparations to discontinue the use
of fermented wines at Communion.
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Ho wished them to prepare Borne of
the pure, unfermented juice ot the
grapj, and bottle it in such a man
ner as to iteep it swoct, and wanted
them to use that in the future.
Rev. F. J. Catheb preached a
Temperance Sermon on last Sun
day evening, in which he said that
on a former occasion he had shown
that the YYord of God forbid drun
kenness ; that the examples of
drunkenness mentioned in the
Word of God all show that it brings
ruin and the curse of God upon the
offender ; that it is classed with the
worst of crimes and vices; that it
one of the Bins that excludes fioin
Heaven ; that God's Word in con
demning the excessive use of in
toxicating drinks also condemns
tho moderate use because Of the
fact that from the moderate use al
most invariably results either the
oxecssive use in one's self, (or in
his brother that stnmbleth by fol
lowing his example), or in one's
children, or in a moral or mental,
or physic! injury to one's child
rcn. He now proposed to consider
the use of alcoholic stimulants in a
scientific, financial and metal point
ef TTii.-? ITa KaI.-I ttiif alnnfinl in
not food, that it gives no strength J
or endurahco to the body, that it
gives no ability to the body to re
sistor withstand the attacks of dis
eaee; but, on tho other hand, that
goes into the body alcohol and
comes out alcohol, that it weakens
instead of strengthening, that it
creates disease in the body and ren
ders it more liable to receive the
poisons of epidemics Financially
considered, two hundred million of
dollars worth of grain and raw ma
terial is converted into this poison
tho United States yearly, which
sold 10 the wholesalers for six
hundred million of dollars, and the
retailers soli this to the consumers
at two or thrco times this coet.
Such an amount of grain taken
fro'm the food of the country, raises
the price of bread and wastes the
money of all classes ; nnd the return
for all this outlay is three hundred
murders, two hundred suicides, six
ty thousand deaths, two hundred
thousand widows and orphans, and
as many paupers and insane pers
ons, and great numbers of jail and
peniteniinry convicts, and a waste
hundreds of millions by fires, cri
minal courts, Ac, all annually.
Morally considered, tho use of alco
holic stimulants bidets tho finer
feelings and sensibilities; tends to
excite tho passions, such as anger,
envy, jealousy, lust, ic; and it
weakens all the safe-guards ail d re
straints of virtue "is that ho sin,"'
he askod, ,;which wastes the prop
erty and injures and ruins the bo
dy, mind and morals ofmon?"
He here began a eijvicw of the cha
racter of the Liquor Traffic, the
law prohibits the selling of such
poisons as arsetic to persons that
the druggist has reason to believo
intends to destroy himself or others
therewith, and still it is lawful for
men to sell alcoholic liquors to those
who intend to use fiese liquors in a
way tnat Will poison and destroy
life. Yrhat wisdom 1 Wt havo an
other law that permits the selling
alcoholic poisons to persons un
til they become habitual drnnk
ards, that is until tho person rums
his estate, his person, and probably
his family, and then it ia ttnlatrful
sell to nu;h persons. This is pro
tection with a vongoancc such as
wolves and vultures givo to lambs.
it no crime to alluro and entice
men to drink, take their money un
til it is all gone, impoverish the
family, nnd ruin the man ? It is
unlawful for one to kill another by
means of the knifo or bullet ; but
still our laws permit men to murd
er men with alcoholic )oisons. Is
any moro criminal to shoot a man
down in tho streets than it is to
kill him by degrees by selling him
alcoholic poisons ? By instantly
killing a man with the bullet, you
do not ruin liU estate, nor do you
degrado bis moral nature, nor do
you destroy his hopes of futuro hap
piness ; but, on tho contrary, when
you kill a man gradually by selling
him alcoholic poisons, you ruin him
estate, body, mind nnd soul. In
closing, Rev. Calher said that ha
that uses alcoholic stimulants, or
that favors,, patronizes, or aids the
Trade, pariakrs of the sins result
ing. To patroni?., he held, is to
aid by money, example and influ
ence. For a christian to use alco
holic stimulants, is to blast his in
fluence for gocd ; and to favor t he
Traffic, is to compromise his useful
cess. Liquor men are combining
order to pcrpetuato their busi
ness, tn thoir Beer Congresses
they are rosolving not to patronize
tempera nco men in business, to os
tracise temperance men from socie
ty, to use the ballot box to carry
oit their aims, Temperanco men
should learn a lesson from thoir ac
tion and unito also. It is the duty
every good citizen, whether ho
be a Professor of Religion or not,
separate himself from all partic
palion and fellowship in tho liquor
business, and it is the duty of all
such to unite their moral, social
and political influence against it.
truly believa that if Paul was
here to speak to yon to-night, that
would tell yea to Tfto against
the Traffic.
Excelsior Hair Restorative. For
restoring gray or faded hair to its
natural color, arresting the falling
of the hair, and tendering it soft
and glossy, while it neither injures
tho bair nor colors the skin, and it
keeps the bead free from dandruff.
As a hair dressing it is unsurpass
ed ty any similar preparation sold.
The Excelsior Hair Restorative
offered to the public entirely on
own merits. The com cl hatton
the ingredients is the result of
years of experience and investiga
tion, and so confident is the propri
etor of its complote success that ev
ery bottle is warranted to perform
all that is claimed for it, or tho
money refunded in every instance
failure, where the directions are
strictly followed.
Tho bottle contains as trracti as
the dollar preparations of the kfnd
the market,- and will perform tho
object desired as well, ami last as
Ion? as any other. For sale by S.
Spragueof McCor.nelsville, and Dr.
Wood and G. L. Dickersoa of Mal
Shipping Books.
!
And Blank Hills of LiAdino a
new and fine supply of these Goods
received at ADAlli a Book store on
yeuterdfcy.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
Impsovso Washing Machines, manu
factured and for sale at reduced prices
at Cochran, Bozman & Co's.
Gold and Silver Paper.
A large supply of Gold and Sil
ver Paper plain and figured re
ceived at ADAIR'S Book Store on
yesterday.
Gexts' collar buttons at Sill's..
G rover. & Baker sewing iilschines re
ceived this week. A full line of nee
dles on hand at all times at Vincent's.
A full and desirable line of Gents'
goods, just opened to-day, at Sill's,
consisting in part of collars, neckties,
bows, undent-ear, suspenders, socks,
handkerchiefs, Ac, go and try them.
A kkw lot of Marl Poplins just recei
ved at Clarke, Corner & Walker's. Just
the thing for traveling or neat, cheap
suits I
Scoar, Tea, Coffee, Pepper, Spice, of
all kinds, cheap as the cheapest, for
sale at Mummey's.
Emerson Bennett's ftotels.
A full supply of this eminently
popular author's Novels, such as tho
"Forest Rose." "Prairie Flower,".
"Leni Leoti," and many others, re-
ceived at ADAIR S Book Store on
yesterday.
A hew lot of Japanese Silks next
ireekj at Clarke, Corner &. Walker's.
NINE POUNDS pood New Orleans
Sugar for 1 at MUMMEY'S.
SrscLE and combined Reapers and
Mowers, the best machine now out,
and has taken the Premium over one
hundred and one competitors, for sale
at reduced prices at Cochran, Bozman
& Co s.
Ws Still Ctfntinuo to sell German sil
ver spoons to merchants and peddleis
at factory rates. Go to Vincent's.
Yocko Mes, if you watit a handsome
Shit of clothes, with all the latest tou
ches j if you want a tasty Fur or Straw
Ltat; if you want a flevv stylo Necktie,
a good fine Shirt, pure British Half
Hose, beautiful Taper Collars, go to
Clarke, Corner & Walker's new Cloth
ing Rooms. Remember, Mr. A. W.
Walker brings to the cutting board an
experience of 25 years, and cannot be
surpassed !
STOP AD iitAI THIS ! ! !
Tou ran buy ihc Best and Dri
est
Cigars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the PostOOlce!
tF"Don't fail to examine the stock
of WALL PAPER at ADAIR'S
Book Storo before making purcha
ses elsewhere. They havo a large
stock and elegant line of pattern,
comprising tho richest and freshest
styles in the market, which they arc
selling at the lowest prices, besides
trimmine the edjro off of the Paper
FRER OF CHARGE.
A '.'Job lot" of Ivory handle knives
will be sold for less than manufactur
ers prices, at Vincents.
Gesti.esies, come and secure Cassi
meres, Jeans, Satine's &c, at StoneV.
Ladies' Fancy and llavy skirls, cor
sets, head nets, ic, at Sill's. Also mo
hair Switches.
A yiew lot of Men's late style ITats,
just received at Clarke, Corner Jfc Wal
ker's. IIvDRAn.ic Cement, now for sale st
Mummey's.
A sew lot of Neckties and Bows of
the newest styles, just received at the
store of Clarke, Corner & Walker.
, Attextios. Farmers! I will be at
the Xe Era Hotel on Tuesday and
Wednesday of enrh week until the
first day of July, next, with my cele
brated Gorman Horse.
ALBERT llAMBLETOX. '
Apr. 21,'71-4w.
FRESH FL0VER SEEDS just
received atSpragUb's Drug Store.
Flocb $1.85 per Back for sale at Ium
inej's. Best trttnks arid baskets and Valises
in town at Stone's.
We call attention to the stck cf
Gents' goods ot all kinds at Sill s.
SEVE FOUXDS White Sugar for
tl at MUMMEY'S.
X. B. Nine pounds best X. O. Su
gar at Stone's for SI.
Ladies' suits. Linen collars and cuffs,
paper collars, .Ac, at Sill's.
Cahbbic handkerchiefs, 5 cents each
it btone'e.
Horse Collars and Carriage Whips at
Cochran, Bozman & Cos.
If you want a nice new style Boot,
Shoe Or Gaiter go to Clarke, Corner &
Walker's. They have just received a
splendid lot of Ladies', Misses & Chil
drehs' fine work, and in men's wear
S:rge Boots, Prince Albert's in Sitge
Goat, arid a large stock of Baft'alo Calf
Boots and Shoes.
Nine yards good Bleached sheetings
for 00 cents at Stone's.
Fisn of all kinds, freshand new, at
Mummey's.
Flowers and Ribbons in endless
variety, at the old reliable stand of
G. E. Hal'.iday &Co's.
Boys' collars, neckties a nice slock
at Sill's.
A large stock of fine Cassimeres,
Cloths and Coatings of the latest patt
erns can be seen at Palmer Si Yannie
tre's. Oca Line of Dress Goods is complete
Japanese, Gross de Rhine and Rep
silks. Our poplins cannot but please
as regards style, quality and assort
ment. Go to Stone's.
fFrench and American Clocks !
n-&Calendar and Alarm Clocks !! I
13 Marine and Maittl Clocks ! ! 1
II. B. V IX CENT & BRO.
We have again added to our nice as
sortment of Dry Goods, in the way of
prints, presseu ginnams, (ery nice
styles), Lawns, Brown and Bleached
muelin, cotton goods, ic. Come and
see ! F. Sill & Co.
, WE want to buy, FOR CASH ON
DELIVERY, a large lot of saw Logs
will pay Clio per hundred for good
oak or poplar Locs. Bring them in !
SASH &DOOR JAt'TORY.
McConnelsville, May 12, '71 2w.
WALE PAPER
Is as attractive specialty with us,
ac'dwo have this season the largest,
handsomost, and finest slock ever of
fered in this locality. We cannot bo
excelled in tho State in Black, styles,
and prices, and thea we trim all
Wall Paper uoId bv trs cuATf itouslv.
ADAIR BROS.
Stce cftd Revolving Uay Rakes and
flay Forks and Grain Cradles now a'
Cochrtrr, BozmawA Co's.
t,sixTEEN Large cases
OF WALL PAPER, all new and
fresh stock d'rrect frcrm the two lar
gest manufacturing houses in New
York, received this Spricg at A
DAIITS BookRtore. which the are
now selling in largo and small lots'
to suit purchasers. The interests of
everybody wanting Wall Paper will
be promoted by making their pur
chases at this establishment, as they
have a greater variety of patterns
than ever before offered in M Con
nelsville. Go and view their slock.
E. E. FILEMOKE & CO.
j
COE'S PATENT
t PR1C11T
dIull rutss & scut; iv cutting machine i
CtATItiLSrTlilD jannarv 10th, 1SGO.
-co-
TI1F.SE DRILLS are infiippe'mlfle tn R'ack'hiiiii", Carriage, Wsgon anil Plow
Mariilucldrer. Kvcry erUhlislinit-iit lliRl imrrhaxr one, and fimta tlie many
cmivmicnces lo which it can lie p'l', would nt us without .it for ihree liini 8
i's pri.-e. IVo. O is without vi.-e att'wehmeat buo snilub'e for ordina
ry tt'stksm'ilh woik Wi-ithl 100 pound-". IVo. 1 eilnble for
Carriiigp; Wagot. and orfiimry Blnckuniih work and lor drill
ing any hole up In one incl. Wright 130 pounds. So. 'i
with vise atlachmrnl, iaciiiinble lor all k'i.d of light
atld heavy work ; cutting Bulls and Nil's up lu
llirSo-funrili." of nn inch. This iz k misl
generally nrd y PLOW M AKKUS
Weighl '-'Utl poiind?.
COMBINES BOTH SPEED AND rOVv'Eli,
1 tLo camnllmff U nor ft'ctltr rmn'f !ron and hot lidilB to Bft Out of ordr. If
dtsiird the So. 'X jlachinc rn be run t-y power, by puttee a Pullry
cii Wv fjliafl iirnr the IJ!biicc Wheel. Tnia i one id the
preulest Iibnr Suving Machine for Uli;k"
smiths in ne. No nniih curi (Toid to
brwiihi ut one. Tliey are ini-
teu up in the lir'-class .
stjlw, ASi AKfcl
IS or 9 rt 1 c By
ill. 1 !
ZAXESVlLLi:, OHIO.
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3, U and 1 Inch,
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6 and 9 Incli.
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DRAIN OR SEWER PIPE,
12, 15, and IS Inch.
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DRAIN OR SEWER PIPE,
SO and 24 Inch.
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Turufshcd to order at mhori notice, by
E. E. FILLMORE & CO.
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P. S. THIS riPE IS VEUY MUCH. SUPERIOR TO THE COM
MON HALF-BURS ED ARTICLE.
ZAXESriLZE, OHIO, MAY 12, 1S71.
311 to.M:i-s'ii.i.t; isi'Sixcss cards.
Dealer in flats and Caps, on Center St.,"oastof Pub. Squnre.lTcConnelsville.O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of IJ.jA.TS and CAPS !
AE1T GOODS Received With Every Change In the Season !
t&- EVEEYTniXC SOLD LOW Mil CAM ! -a
The Highest Cash Prices paid for ilink.'Skunic, and Coon Kkins !
April 2i, 1871 -ly.
Gri'occry and i'i'ovhdoii Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEYliave on Land, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGAnSyiOLASsSliS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY;
and al.-o
Keep a Fait Supply of All Kinds of Provisions In Ibis Harket
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is alwaysof the best quality
flour sold ty me sacK at tne lowest rates. (.ipru -i, ion jy.
Dry Goods ! Dry G!;ods !
W. II. & C. McCAKTY, Dealers in Dry GOvds,
o!iont Ladies' Dross Coodsf Ladies' Shoesf L'tc.j
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Tublic . Square, McCon
nelsville, Ohio.
X. P.. None but the. very best quality of ponds of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies Dress Uocds msile a SPECI
ALTY. April 21, is71-ly.
IL L, MORRIS,
South side of Center St., three doors East of Tubiis Square, McConnelsville, O.,
D1AI.KR IX
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOVE TIMMM1XGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, Ac , &e.
X. It. Apent for the sale of the "Acme Mower k Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal f attraction last season. Ap. 21'71-ly.
AMOS BRADY,
North side of Center St., between East and Tenn St.., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has Ahvay to Offer to Ills Customers tiic Hestfiitaiitlea or
Ics, Coffees, SqcflrS, ofysses, yb behjflii)(j
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
X. E. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, m the market, always
on hand. I'rices to suit the times. April 21, 1ST 1 ly."
JOHN ALEXANDER,
Xkt keep on haa is. ar?;l ere constantly receiving
LAKGi: STO CKSOF DltUttS AND MTT)Tf!T YKsi
We hi-, nleii, anextensive line of PAINTS, 1 Vfc ij I 'UPFf. OILS ami HUL'SII
Ec, all ol liie!- we oiler to tie Public at the lowest market rates. Also, wc iuvite
our customers in call and rxaminerur Icrge and well eeltctcu
STOCK Ol "WAX.L PAPETl I
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 2Sth. 1871 ly. JOHN ALEXANDER.
C.-ROBERTSOiV,
T. "W Cof. of 3?nb. Squ., McConnelsville, O.,
Dealer in
DRrCS, SED.TI5ES, PURE LEADS, f 1ISTS, CILS, DTES l DYE sTrFFS, rinFriERl
and
p Vhviriaii Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Paint mixed to order.
April It" 1S71 ly.
WOULEY ADAMS.
F. 31. KAIILER
Dealers in
J Dry Goods, Gioceries, Boots and Shoes,
T33
v (N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
MCONNELSVILLE.OniO.
S1U XKW G00i)3 received reco'iirly. The highest prue paid for COUNTRY
I'RODJCH in exchange lor Goods. May 4,71. ly.
SOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD !
ilorguo County havinp purcliased the Sill Property, the underMnrd wtuM respect
fully inform Uisfriead", aud the public generally, that he has
Removed his T i n - s h o p
TO THE NEW BUILDING, ON MAIN STREET,
BjOpposite the Fouudry. lie is thankful for past favors, and l y a strict attention to
businc-ts, he hopes to meilt and receive a liberal share or public pu'trooage. Special al
ien: ion paid to JOB WORK and REPAIRING ol all kind", in hi lineof b-isinesa.
A y work left at Cochran, Boztnao & Go's Store, or P. S'll A Co's , will rcccise prompt
aMt ntinn. Positively no "took dfmI bat the best the market edorjH.
McConnelsville, Ohio, May 5tb, 1871. L DARTER.
lliaL Di'sSHooa.
A. M. Scxsxoor.
IS. DUNBMOOE & 8 ON,
Keep on hand s very laro Stock of
FURXITCRK, to-wit : CHAIRS, TABLKS, UCRKAS, BED3TEAL'3,4c 4c,
At their SALK ROOMS ta
IcCONlSrELSVILLj: .A-ISTD IxVLTV.
X. T. They employ lono but first-clasi mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tneir
Platform ig : "iSuod work, good av aud lew prioca !" April 21, 1ST I (Sm.
UNDJJRT A K E R S !
ft. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
.orIh-East corner ef Centre and Penn Streets.
McCOXXELSVlLLE, OHIO,
Keep constantly ot hand a complete assortment of Coffins, Burial Cases, Ac, and have
in their frploy Robert A. Pinkertnn, who will make this department ol busiueseu spe
cial' v. Iu connection with their bciutrs. they have fitted np a first-c'aiS
LIVEKY ESTA BLIS1I M b2iN'i
And are p-rpn'ml to lurciah all patroni with wbatevtr they may want in their LINE.
M.y 12, Iir7l-Iy.
The asli & Door Factory,
HcConnelsville, Ohio,
Furnishes to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, S'DING, CKIUNG,
SAS11. SHUTTERS, BLINDS 4 DOORS, EOX 4 COMMON WINS
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
I'lainlng & Ulatcblng, Scroll Sawing & Itlnplu? Done t$ Order.
p3 Oalc,- ?6nlar nrii Pine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21, 1871 ly
I. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
To
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IJISIXESS ISOTICKK.
B-New and splendid FAMILY
BIBLES, at low prices, at Adaik's
Book r?tore.
Silks, satin, linen, gingham, 4 mix
parasols new assortment at Stone's.
56irSplendid Window Shades, of
either C.'oth or Paper, and in near
ly all colors, constantly kept at A
D AIR'S Book Store.
HtSlXESS AOTlttS.
YoC5G Hyson Tea ;
Gunpowder Tea;
Black Tea;
Japan Tea ; .
All cf the very best at Mummey's.
Privk Groceries always to be found
atSILL'S. They keep nothing but the
best. Try tlwm !
.Toi-vis kids, best in the market, at
Stone's.
UOOrLAXD'S COLIM5.
A KKMINOElt
Debilitated Persons. To Dyspeptics.
.Sufferers from Liver Complaint. To
those having no Appetite. To those milk
broken down Constitutions. To JVflToti
People. To CfulJren Wasting Away. T
any with Debilitated Digestive Organs. Or
differing from an y of the following symj
whii-h imlieale Disordered Liver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, and Inward
Piles Fulluefs and G!ooJ to the Head, A -cidi'y
oltbe Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn,
Diepnst for Food, Fullness or Weight in
the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or
Flattering at lbe pit of the Stomach, tho
Swimmiug of the Head, Harried and Dif
ficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Chocking or SuCcating S-ntatioos when
a ly ins posture, Dimneaa ol Vision, Do'a
Webs before lite Sight, Fever and Dult
Yellowness of the Skin end Eyes, Pain in
the Side, Back, Chest, LimSs, Ac, Sodden
Flushes ol Heat. Bummer in the Flesh, and
Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression
Spirits.
IlooHand' German Bitters X
Bitters without Alcohol or Spririts of
any kiw?, is diSerent from all others. It is
co:npO!Hi of the pure juice?, or Vital Prin
ciple ol Roots, Herb, and Barks, (or. a
aiediciuslty termed. Extracts,) tte worth -Icm
cr inert poHions of the ingredients not
hein osed. Therefore in one bottle of this
Bitters there is coutained as much medicin
al virtue as will be found in several gallons
l ordinary mixture. Th Roots; 4c, used
this Bitters are grown in Germany, their
vital principles extracted in theconntrj by
rrimtifie Cheinmt and forwarded to thn
umnufirtitry in the city, where they are all
C"iipouin'e I and bottled. Containing no
suintnous ingredients this Bitters U fruo
from the ohjecMnns urped against all oth
cr ; no desire for s'lnrelants can be inrfne
ed from their use, they canuot make drun
katds. and canuot nnder any circumstances
have any bat a beneficial effect.
ElooCand'a German Tonic,
Was compound! d lor those not inclined In
extreme oitlers. and is intended for ose in
cases when mm: alcoholic stimulant is re
quired in connect ion with the tonic proper
ties of the Billets. Each bottle of the to
nic contains one bottle cf the Bitters, com
bined with pnre Santa Cruz Ram, tnd fla
vored in sued a manner that the extreme
bitterness is otercome, forming a prepara
tion highly acreeabte and pleasant to the
thought?, and containing the medicinal vir
ttun of the Bitters. The price of the Ton
ic is S1.50 per bottle, which many persons
think too hijh. They mnit take inio coi.
siderat ion that the stinmlmt used ispnar
a n teed to he of pnre quulity. A poor nr
ticle could he furbubed at a cheaper price,
but is it not better to pay a little more i
have a good article T A medicinal prcpt
rution should contain none bat the best i"
gredienls ; and they who expect to obta-n
cheap compound, and l e benefitted by it;
will most certdiuly be cheated.
KOOFLANQ'S GERMAN BITTERS,
lioofland' Cicriuan Tonic,
wit:i
HOOFLAND'S PQOOPHYLLIANPiLL
Wi! I cti'e' you. They are the greatest
I31ood IPurifSers
Known to the Medical world aud eradicate
dije.is? arising from impare blood, debility
o! the digestive organs, or diseased Liver,
in a shorter tim; tliua any other known re
medies. The whole Supreme Court of
i'en n x) t v n it la apeak, fo r
these Remedies.
WHO WOULD ASK FOR MORE 111(3
N 1 FI KI AN D is 1R0NGER I'ESTl
MONV? Hju. George II". Tuo.lu:ard, formerly Cuiif
Justice of the Supreme (Jourt of Painsy!
vunia. at present Member Congress frvm
1'oiHSu'iitinia, KriUJt : . .
i'uiLADixritiA. March 15, 1667. ,.
I God HoolWl'ii German Bitters is a (tool
tonic, uselul in Uicases of the digestive or
gans, and of great benefit in cases of dibi li
ly and want or nervoas action in the ST3trm.
Years, trnly, U.AV. WOODWARD.
Hon. Jatru-s Thompson, Chief Justice oj the
Supreme Court f Pennsylvania :
Puiladki.puia, April 23, IPG".
I consider Holland's German Bitters a
valuable medicine in case of attacks of in
digestion or dyspepsia. I can certify this
from my experience of it. Yours, truly,'
JAMES THOMPSON.
II in. George Sharsiiood, Justice of the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania :
Fuii.iDKi.ruiA, June 1, 1SC8.
I have found by experience that Hoof
land's German Bitters is a veiy good toiiic,
relieving dvspeptic symptoms almost di
rectly. "GEORGE SB ABSWOOD.
Hon IVm. F. Rogers, Mayor of the City of
Buflalo, Atia !'r :
Bi-ftalo, June 22, 1SC3.
I have used Iloofland's German Bitters 4
Tonic iu my family during the past year,
acd can recommend them as an excellent to
nic; imparting tone and vigor to the system.
Their use has been productive of decided be
neficial effects. WM. F. ROGERS.
Hon. James M- Xl'o-yJ, EX'Mayor of 117
liam'port, Pa:
I take great pleasure (iu recommending
Ilooflnnd's German Tonic to any one who
may be afflicted with dyspepsia. 1 had the
dyspepsia so badly it was impossible to keep
any food on my stomach, and so I became
fo weak as not to be able to walk half a mile.
Twobotlleaof theTonie effected a perfect
cure. JAMES II. WOOD.
REMXHBKB, THAT
Iloofland's German Eitlcrsf
AND
Hoouand' German Tonic
WILL Cl'RK EVEBT CASE CT
?Iarasmu, or IVastlna; Away
or the Body,
Remember that Iloofland's German Reme
dies are the medicines you require to purify
the Blood, excite the torpid Liver to heatthu
a.-tion, anil to enable you to pass safely thru'
an' harJshinor e.riocure. DR. HOOP''
LA XDS 1'ODUPnYLLI.V, or Sub-,
stitute lor Mercury Pill?, Two Fills a dose.
Thctnost potcerful, yet Innocent, Vegetable ca
thartic knoien. H is not necessary to take a
haii-iful ofthesa pills to produce the desired
erlect ; two of Uiein at quickly and power
fully, cleansing the Liver, Stomach i Bow
els of all imparities. The principal ingred
ient is Prxiophy'ilin. -rthe alcoholic extract
ol.lamlrake, which is by many times mor.i
powerful, acting and searching than h
Janilrake itself. Its peculiar action ia upun
the Liver, cleaning it speedily from all ob
structiiiis, with ali the powerof merctiry,
yet free from the injurious results attached
to the use of that mineral. For all disease.",
in which the use of a cathartic ia indicated',
these pills will give entire satisfaction in ev
ery case. Tbey never fail ! Ia case of Liver
complaint, dyspepsia and extreme costive
neM, Dr. Hooriaad'a German Bitters or Tonic
should be used in connection with the Pills.
The tonic effect of the Bitters or Tonic builds
up the syiteci. The Bittersor Tonic purifie
the blood, strengthens the nerves, regulates
the Liver, and gives strength, energy and
vigor. Keep your bowels active with tha
pi lis, and tone up the system with Bitters or
Tonic, and no disease can retain its hold, or
ever assail you. Recollect that its Iloofland's
German Remedies that are sauniveriUy as
ed and highly recommended; and do r.ot al
low the Druggist to induce you to take any
thing clso that he may say ia just as good,
because ho makes a larger profit on it.
These remedies will bo aent bv express f
any locality njon application to theTnnci
pnl office, at the German medicine) titora,
631 Arch street. Philadelphia.
CHS. M. EVANS, Proprietor, formerly C.
ST. Jackson & Co.
Thsje RemediM are for sale by Druggists,
Storekeepers, an'i medicine dealers everv
where. Feb. 17, 1871.'

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