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THE INDEPENDENT.
M'CONNELSVILLE :
FRIDAY July 14. 1S71.
Prohibition
STATE TICKET.
FOB GOVKRKOK,
GIDEON T. bTEWART, of Huron.
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR,
T. At. WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
L. B. SILVER, of Colunibiaua.
FOR SCPRKMB JUDOE,
SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
roR TREASURER,
THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORNEY GEXERM.,
X Y. STISCIICOilB. of Hocking.
FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS,
.n .intif i TlT F 1. .,
DR. SOLOllU-N UUWABi', oi
FOR CMCRK OF SUPRKS1E COURT.
ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR At PITOR OF ETATK,
W. B. CilADVyiCK. of Franklin.
rBouTisixiox iovstx tic-
KCT.
For Representative,
DAVID MUMilEY.
For Auditor,
TnOMAS HAMMOND.
For Clerk of the Court,
JAMES A . NEELE"i.
For Sheriff,
JAMES D. MARIS .
For Commissioner,
ROBERT LUTTON,
For Infirmary Director,
U. P. DEARBORN.
For Coroner,
WILLIAM CUPPT.
Platform of the National Prohibition
Party.
Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r.
Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869.
Whrrras, Protection and allegiance are
;.ol riiitipa. and everv citizen
4 Cl."' u.- , - .
who yields obedience to the j ust com
mands of his government is entitled
to the full, complete and perfect pro
tection of that government in the en
joyment of personal security, person
al liberty, and private property, and
Vherxas, The traffic in intoxicating
drinks greatly impairs the personal
security and personal liberty of large
masses of citizens, and renders pri
vate property insecure, and
Wberras, The existing parties are
hopelessly unwilling to adopt an ad
equate policy on this question, thtre-
lore we, in iiauoum wui
eembled, as citizens of this free re
public, sharing in the duties and re
sponsibilities of its government,
the discharge of a solemn duty we
we to our country and ou race,
nnite in the following declaration
1rinciples :
. That while we acknowledge the
pure patriotism and -profound states
manship of those pa:riots who laid
broad and deep the foundations of this
sit once the
richts of the States severally and their
. . . . . . i f.,1ai r1..
inseparable union uy mo irucmi .
stitution, we would not merely garnish
the sepulchers ot our repuuirau
ers, but we do hereby renew our sol
emn pledge of fealty to the imperish
able principles of civil and religious
liberty emooaiea in me iictuuan"-
American Independence and our Fed
eral Constitution.
2. That the traffic in intoxicating
beverages is" a dishonor to Christian
civilization, inimical to the best inter
ests of society, a political wrong, of un
equaled enormity, subversive of
ordinary objects of government,
capable of being regulated or restrain
ed by any system of license whatever,
but imperatively demanding for
.suppression effective legal prohibition
both by State and Kational Legisla-
t.inn.
4 Ti..f ;n wnrnrtliU. &nd inasmuch
as the existing political parties either
oppose or ignore this great and para
mount question, and absolutely refuse
4. .....titinir tanra.rr1 trie fiunnression
of the rum traffic, which is robbing
nation of its brigutesi lnieuecis,
it TMat.4rio1 nrnsrvpritv. and
. 1 ' Y U4g o " f 1 . '
;a) nl4rmiTiinir its verv founaa
tions, we are driven by an imperative
sense of duty to sever our connection
with these political parties, and to
ourselves into aNational Prohi
bition Party, having for its primary
object the entire suppression of
4 (V. In iii4vi44itincr rittks.
1 1 tlll V ........
4. That while we adopt the name
the Jiation 1 jrroniuiuon iri,y,MM-
.DD;ira r nnr Tirimarv object,
" while we denounce all repudiation
the public dbt, and pledge fidelity
the principles of the Declaration of
and the Federal Constitu
tion, we deem it inexpedient to
prominence to other political issues.
5. That a Central Executive Commit
State and
tory and the District of Columbia,
appointed ny tne inair. wnose uuij
shall be to take such action as in
judgment will best promote the
of the party.
Orangemen and Catholics.
Orangemen and Catholics. RIOT IN NEW YORK CITY!
I
Ths 12lh of July is the anniver
eary of the battle of Boyne, fought
iu Ireland in 1C9C, between WiN
liara the Third of England (called
. 4. 1 ... ll A t
the Protestants, and King James
ding Frenchmen and Irishmen.
The battle resulted in the over
throw of King James and his Cath
olic forces. This battle intensified
the hatred between Protestant Ir
ishmen and Catholic Irishmen, and
about a century afterwards culmi
nated in tho formation of two ec
cret'soiiotiss in Ireland, tho Prot
estants calling themselves "Orange
men," and the Catholics s'Tho Dc
fendcre," or 'Ribbonmen." The
. nrrriiMTit inns are very hostile to
-tia ftnritiier and have frequently
.1.4,1 nar-h others blood. Tht Or-
DUiyw.
aDge institution has been largo.y
.tnrinfP,l into this country, and
it is usual for them to celebrate the
12th of July, the anniversary of
iKn vnMirv of William of Orange
at Boyne, by public parades. This,
mrniv r.ifis. naa iirouu
i n
much for tho Catholic Irish to bear
patiently, and has resulted in riots,
blood-shed, etc. List year there
was a serious disturbance in New
York City on the 12th of July, and
J i j i
this year, we are iniur.utru, v
mean of Cromwell's Telegraph
line, that there has been another
one. It was reported that James
Fisk, Jr., was killed at the head
his regiment, with five or six of his
men but later advices say that he
was not hurt About 100 persons,
principally rioters, were killed, and
300 wounded Deioro qui... -
stored. Telegrams from cw
York yesterday morning, describe
the scenes of tho riot as terrible,
but state that everything was quiet
at that time, ar.d that further dis
lui bailees are not expected.
"Fisher-Woman's Billingsgate,"
&c.
Our neighbor, the Ilerald, list
week, charged U3 with using "worse
than fisher-woman's billingsgate,
slander, &c," all the result of "en
vy, hatred and malice," against the
nominees ot tLO uepuoucan pan
Tn nar to this char.ro. we pro
nnlMii tn re without foundation
ontirplv. Therein bat fcneofthe
. .'. .i
Kenuulican uuimi"- "" "'-pnu
I ..i flioo- ra,nst. and
JJnnn.nfthem. We flatter
nc ... . j ..
A. ...aIT I h : I wft hUTA .IR JTflllU III US-
uK . -v - - ,
r. . i hMi'.n ana i avviuns
P"-"" '.j,,..-..
S8 any man or. mcir h , -
i knt t wA nnnii n.t onr&iMi eu
IV IJ VJ ll u "
as to merit it, and wo intend to do
our "level-best" trying, wo will oe
as b.ghlj respected by tho people
n-i,rm wr- live, as anv of
. 1 . I .. 1 .
their nominees, ornnyuouy
ptntoKiniiiniTRnfli feeiiii'rs. wo think
4, inn Raflr sav that envy, hatred.
.... , 4. .1
a,,u. " Vk !?.
with our tnrg - -
publican candidates, uur cnar-
hiVU mado for no other
purpose than to show up n-c in-
. . -f 4 1.. I?.,,,.,!,
nnrtT and thereby demonstrate to
K temperance men of that party
4, i r,rtf h,iTi to nccom-
Lllhl Lilt V l-u.t.v " 1
- . r.A-r.
in
of
the
not
its
the
uco
4 ra
or
ganize the
of
and
of
to
In
dependence give
Terri
be
their
in
terests i;0k butt temperance reiorm
i v. ;t Tim charces we have
Llilt'Ul" ' .
.r ftll trao. and ca.l be
proven by the oaths of unimpeach
:.i.i .riinp.m if anv body has
4i. . i,...i,hrrfl to contradict thorn
and we suppostithe Herald replied
to them in tho way it did last week
in them in too way
ZZe reason that it fell that some
IVI iuw
i- a ooHrt nnd it could nol
n, nk of a bettor way. The truth,
i.r.n, u l.:ird to combat
yuu HUV4 , . . 4-
J -. i ... .1.. nnV.l.A m i tt Inr
..'..Avfi.i iMni. inn iruuiiv ...u . .w.
1 till iu' . - . -
.i,ot Mir charires have been
gob " ifc.w " u .
ta vi Rinia ineiii
0 Wlil BiaiO IHCIII atgui".
tl 41. ll A 17,11,11 t.li.'.An nartv
': "'..- i.!.n, Mn,ti-ii
with nomin.uin .u.v.,..
. . 4-. - i;K..nitit nnn
Clevolano, a ueruiiu
who believes in free Sundays and
. a tr-iT I .IPIHPll.lUL
iree i ati -
r rvkirt
ixOTernor ui mv.
publican candidate for State Audit-
or and Stephen ll. Hosmer, Kepuo-
I . ...nt1ola ! rM III H . 1 1 H i: ll 1U
IIC11U tuu.unv " w
. n.Ui:. 1V1. MTIlll hpllltf
Uoard or i uuii ;
rerrnlar drinkers of alcoholic btim-
regu
ulants as a Deveiugu.
We charge John Sherman, Ros
l,!.,..... Tr.ited State Senator
l . ... ,lz 1 1 k.. nfuVinVila cin-
IrOnl VU1U, 41 11 -A 1.4414 j.AWW
diuate for re-election thi3 winter,
iri.1i VifinniT disnensed w.nes
brandies to bis friends at his rooms
,n 4 n4iinmhns hotel at tne time
144 i w - ,
v. -A.4.4iTit. l.annhhcan Slate Oon-
Lll a SV1.V.UW - - J'
ventiou. We can prove iuivh.ik
by a well-kDown Republican of
l..a..nrnm VallcV. WllO WBS
Sherman's room'at the time stated.
We charge Richard btanton,
nnViiir .n candidate for representa
tive from this County, with 6aying,
lii.tirt over two years ago, mai.
i rmhpr mi'eiTO thirty votes
i. .. Prnhihitiou candidate tor liep
asATitsLtivc than bo elected as
n .. n. - W4i nnrtpi-Ktooi..
ttepuuiiviiu. ii v ,
4-..,t r P Snnnnnstins. a few
VvBLfW W 7
. r-. . j : ,1
inr T O Tl T n 1 1 (millCU
whereupon we called on bun
. - . . . . 11.
tL-nri lum nnoui. lb. iJ.o oaiu
never made the assertion we charge
. -. t. b ; n 4T ,n pv(i v
11 1 HI Vtlb.4 1 ' " " ' J r
inr-rlfl wfl nee- and that ho
mado any such assertion to
. . WT. I
Knrlir that resides in Ucuonneis
;ii4. hut that hedidmaitea eimil
ar assertion to two gentlemen
tiirinn tnwnhm. Wo asked
exactly the words be used, and
declined to 6late them. Were
n.i.o.anrv it could be proven
i. TTiaiia'the statement as we
hshed it, and we told him so.
as ho admitted that bo made an
,....n 4.1 1 lift Ramo imnort to
OU livu v - " ' i
one we published, and so nearly
it that he declined to state it,
think it unnecessary to use
in proving that he used exactly
same language that is contained
our charge. Wc also charged
Stanton with saying, at one
ho would give a hundred
imtAirl etartinff a Prohibition
ner in Morgan County. This,
hplievn. he has admitted to bo
hU.-i charired t'.iat
,,14 O-
man. who was such an ardent
liihitioninx in sentiment two
ago, and who claims that he is
as good a temperance man uu
ha was then, will vote ler
Sherman, trie man who
TTnii.d States Senator next
it he is elected to the Logislaturo
this Fall, that ho will voto the
Hpa Ronubllcan State ticket
"" ---iT-
Fall, thereby voting lor sucn
.. ...... ITT
tinrr liouors as a beveraco
r
in tho conversation reierreu
nhnvo. 51 r: Stanton told us
thnntrh. H unfair lor us 10
would support Sherman for
5tHtes Senator, for. he said,
who imbiinany ao into:
r
.. . . . 1-
. 1---
not know whether 1 will or
We aked bim if he was elected
the Legislature, and John
.. , . r 41.. 1
was tne cuoice t'i mo
. . . i r. . . . t .
caucus for United States Senator,
he would not support mm.
said he would, but that ho
know as ho would support
tho caucus. Wo teld bim
latter case Sherman would
a candidate before the
nnd ha would not have an
iiinifv to support him.
. - , 4
Stanton s Iriends have suggested
us that he will not vote lor
Williams and llosmer.
have to say in response to
that, if he does not, he will go
l. a rHRnlutiona rf the
i imt nominated him. and that
ari Kim tn snnnort the entire
nnhhr an State ticket. We
think Mr. Stanton will do
think it safe to say yet,
will veU lor Mueller, Williams
llosmer.
Wo trharfo James B.
Rnnhlicaii candliato for
Auditor, with having pledged
to vote tho Prohibition
ticket in ISuD. and then
ihat nledsre and denvinff
O A O ., , i
ever made it until tne
pledging him was produced
liiu sirrr.ntllt-A V rt fhurce
with having offurcd to take
fur twenty eopies of a
finnntv naner. if anv one
start one iu Morgan County.
chargo him with baying
... . -r t. .l..!..., nn
Finlcy J.riyan toatuo
... . .a . :.i rrnnisn
be a candidate against
. .h?- Knmmcr. and of
III VU11 I V' " . ' ' '
.;lottni Biiiil Tirnmiae. Wo have
not heard that McGrew pretends
to deny the truth of these charges.
We charge Cyrus M. Kobcrta,
Renubhcun candidate lor Clerk o
tho Court, with having said thr.t
the riohibition cause was right,
and that h8 was a Republican De-
. i I V ....... l.il
mim JSa nreaa nnu
I -. ,. 4 1.. T?4.,ihlio;in nartv. i e
" j- - - ....
nra told that Roberts attempts te
counteract this charge by wymg
, . ied ,t l0
1 III M L II U Illvl.J " c
. - : convcrsa-
do iruu --- -
t,, ,.fn.. made tho charce
" "w" 1" ,,, fati.
i afrninsL mm.. Vi ,
i n
n.t sao how it would relieve
" . . . . . . i. .
him. If ho acknowieugea n iw v
.. iii.t ib was a Republican only
becaiifocf his bread and butter in
terests, the odiura ol sum a pun
l.i I'.n us ffreat as thon:h
ho had voluntarily mado tho stAto-
ment. But ho does noi remoniucr
Li,. 4.vprSation correctly. He was
",'',".;;:.,... mlv.n?
mikidcvi l" -i , r--rjrlcC
of the Court th,,Fa , h. Uio.ght
ne coum gc t,
n;n(rr...nt. Ill iiSIlinetOn. IICWU
well acquainted with Grant, had
been intimate in the army w. h
Hneral LeffL'Ct, and ft host of Ot!l-
1
pr men ot influence in W ashington,
and then Hon. W. r. cprague
his brother-in-law, and he thought,
take it all in all, mui uo vuu.
i...,no. nn influence to nearvnai,
would secure mm a r"-1"" ,u
Washington if he was delcaled lor
Clcr'i. Wo told him that while all
.
that might be true we thougit he
i.fl 1.4.1 tr como out lor lroiiioi
t;r. i,n knew that wi were Oil
" . . . l-.l .!..
the rijrht siJe. no rcspuuuuu
thit was fo. but that it would tako
1..1 in nnt tho Trohibi-
mm VJVv ....w . . .
I .n nnrtr in DOWCr. "u vnn mo
l . - , t
1 !ir!irl nd butter laid witu Uie lie
f M,..n rtr This is the sub
iuuhv.u
nr ihn vnn verpation. as near
dluv!u v. .
as wo can remember it, and we ie-
I ImrA inAT. If. 111'IUIk.VU a
. t tr
I iwrt ffn&iei in It 1H OI11C0.
ii.w
publican candidate for Sheriff, with
having bolted tne
IV.4I1III1I1 III LTIU 1 V .1 1 i' ...-,
. . j . C .1 1 ,n
I nantinff lIlA Tl fllTl 1 ll !l llO n Ol Ul' ICQ
"i s . . . . ,.
pic's convention, and defeating -h
ni.nlilinnn noininee therc-
i.Su.n. j.,.-
by; we chargo Arthur lond. Ke-
nublican candidate for County fcur-
iArnr with htinff tho present
I . J - . . .. c- .
cumbent o that oflice; wo chargo
ui
the
10
i.e
uc
a
iv. trlii Smith. Republican cani.i-
,i-i4 fnr Commissioner. andJaincs
C. Loughndge, Republican cai.di-
datolor lnunnary uirecior,
being very respectable citizens;
nnd w chartre Alexander Higgms,
Republican tandidato for Coi oner,
with having been a standing c.nidi
date before Kepubiican u'uuij-
4inrT74intinr.R fur Sheriff.
The aoovo emooaies atom.
n.i.nl4 if nnr phnrirea fltrainst
. 11 V I VJ 1AV..AW O -
n.nniii.nn nnniinees and we
thr TinMio if there :s a particle
filir-w..mnn'a billinirss'ate about
lrom 11, Thpr nro 6tatcmenis
v.i.aa. - j .4. 1
days Haoia that should bo before the
" I
iK.n I i mi - T -. 1 .1 1 4.. r nar V 111
LlllO, T A I II H ikcUUU' Ivw i-iv "
anl tempting to carry whisky and
l,n .1 .. .. l,4.ill4ii. finrl
u pr ucer uu uhd uhai-av..
ter on the other, and is deceiving
tne 4ryAit rnnnv rr.ioa temneruncc
I f. " - J u ' ,
thereby. It is our duty, as
any- 0f the Prohibition organ ot this
In
ot
cality, to expose such inconsistcn
o?4.o mil wo would not do our
t.y if we neglected to expose
How They Love the Soldier.
mat
pub
Uut,
as-.
the
liko
we
space
the
in
Mr.
time,
dollars
pa-
we
true
this
1 ro
years
just
an
John
In Guernsey County the Repub
licans are having considerable trou
ble relative to their promises to the
soldiers when the latter were at the
front. There, as elsewhere, tho
promiso was made to tho i'boys in
blue" that they sbou!d fill the civil
offices when the war was over; and
thore, as clsewborc, this promise
has been to a very great extent ig
nored by tho Republican party.
At tho recent Guernsey County
Republican Convention, a 6tajat-
home Republican, who bad nuea
Auditor's Office for
three terms, was a candidate for
ro-nomination against a oneilegged
bad
winter,
on
this
men
i.iur,
toxica-
j .
iu
soldier, and beat him, s he
done once before, and it seems that
for tho Convention cheered lustily over
. ,4i. ..1 j .inf...t Thin rmsed
the soldier's detcat. inis raiieu
ti ;-4i n. rrniinr nf the Boldiers
IUC 1 1 V v " J -
Guernsey, and the following taken
from the Guernsey Times, the lead
in" Republican paper of the Coun
try shows that they are determined
! ,..i4 thinrra "hot" lor the Re-
nnbliean Ring of Guernsey County
he
ne
! 'fillers' Oraomzition m Madison
United
I Tvicnship
"I do
11 A meetin" of tho S0idkr3 of
.1 . . m il. a
not." Madison rowr.snip was
to I Undsey's echool-house ou oaiuruaj,
Sherman I Juno 24th, at 4 o'clock p. m. The
l.l;...iiil a j ., ... ir.m In irntllfr 11 n tlie
uniiuunwu . urou uuij ...... L
i .t:i
if
lxe
did not
n.m in
in the
not be
Legislature,
oppor-
Some of
to
Muel
ler, We
that,
back
convention
pledg-
Re-
hardly
this, and
tntt ne
and
McGrew.
County
him
self State
ofyiolat
he
a
uocumeui.
bearing
him
ar.d pay
Prohibition
would
We
promised
boards and construct scats for the
crowd, as a large.number ot those
friendly to tho organization were
nrr.Bur.t All Peine niauo 119 com
fortable as possible under the cir-
cimstances, on motion ot 11. ll.
Ilanna, G. W. Sanborn was called
' . r- iK r. 1 I t.
to the chair, and a. li . oiocauaie
elected Secretary.
"The object ot me meeting ub
stated by the chairman to bo a per
manent so'diers organizauuu iiuu
.i. toiia t.m lr.rj-thv here to inserO.
"v"."" S . c- :i
"On motion 01 tne occreiuij n
rw o a
'Vesr,h','d. That the nomineo 01
tho Republican County uonvi-niicii
rhiK wiift carriod without a dis-
OAntinff TJfllf ft.
OVUtiu-. "
On motion of half a dozen at
once. Captain John Carlisle, Fri.
vale Wm. C. Ilanna and Trivate
yj Rtnr-kdalo wero elected execu
tive committeemen, witu their du
ties defined.
'On motion of 1'rivate treorge
Lytle, tho press of the county was
requested to publish the proceed
ing's of this meeting.
"On motion of V llliam Stewart,
the meeting adjourned to meet
Winchester on Saturday, July 1st,
at 3 o'clock r. sr. AH are invited.
An address may be expected by
A. Cook. Tho ser rices of J. M.
1!0 . i"ja.. "
',. n, u
.iHr fiVBrvnuciei .....
v ,
cured as soon as our
cured as soon as our organization is
in good working orucr; uum.......
cations may be addressed to cither
of tho executive committee.
G. W. Sanborn', Chairman.
"S. W. SrocKDALE, Secretary.
Ratly Boys, Rally, to the Support of
your Friends!—Where are They
your Friends!—Where are They that Risked Their Lives for $13
Per Month.
k
v
...
in-
.1..
iu
tno
ask
cl
'i
peo
AT.
-
lag
w 11
a
men
editor
10
du-
them.
i.n. a, i4.o4lt.n no
fired at yon, but when all danger is
over yeur pretended friends are
now ready to firo a paper oauoi
What think you,- soldiers: uur
lonf-tned and true irunos nave
i... ,i..r..,.f4r! nnd insulted riTiu at
i . ;.. fnnntv Convention. WliS
IIUIUC, .1
it not an insult: Ju
tho Convention? Mark that man
ti. o.mld stami) his fect upon the
floor at the Convention aim cuuut
for victory over the defeat ot two
candidates, both oi wnoai no u..o-
lego-ed i-ohliers. lou have ncarc
a similar cheer when you wero ie.
feated (or rather rctrontcd) at Cull
Run, and other battle-fields. These
same, so full of sympathy when
thev want your volo, wero enjoying
somo of th luxuries o. me per
haps laying around tho shade of the
Court-house Square whilo tho
iiA, iT-4.ro hnrvinir vour 1"2 at At
lanta. Georgia. JJO Jon roiiiciimcr
the promises made toycu while you
were upon the ixinrcn, or in reuci
nnsons? Do yon remember that it
that should vou return.
you should have a position at more
.i.n ihirlnrin dollars Per niOnth? II
tou do, then reconcile this with the
scene in Uie lowauau vi
th dnv of the Convcn
t on. where one civilian uciu.iuu
iT4A cnhlidPR- and that samo aspir
ant bad filled the Auditorship three
i..m. on.i nrrrini twico more nu
receiving tho nomination, both
times against solJitrs. Another
instanco' like this is perhaps not
within the memory of any living
man. -. . . .
"And now. boys, it 18 limoto
speak out, with tho right ioremost,
and a forward, marcii: in-ui
treat, never, until, in political cam
paifint at lffast, you gain the respect
..ml "svmnathv you should have
4i- tii-ftL-pn-Ietrced doir. You have
JV414. . . " 1 .... J....K.
friends to help you uy iiuiijhuS
imtii m ihn Convention and out
it. With love and ninth respect
and thanks to the townships ot UX-
,tnnilrrv. M.idlSOn. 11 asll-
.1.. v., -
mton, Monro.-, and the parts oi
ti.o inirnKlnns that pave you sup-
port but s;iot that man that trans-
I ... ' r- Tl 4 ll.-i
terred his vote irom icrr iu iiu
"Noth.-e the call to be made soon
for another convention. Turnout,
one and all. ou have nothing
risk, but principle to contend
It is not likely that your rights
be respected until you fight.
S. W. Stockdalc, N. A. Daniels,
D. W. Brumbaugh, T. S. Bowers.
Ww. A. Kuouff W. A Bonnell,
J P. Williarr.s,- JiD. Thompson,
L. Gieathouse. J C. Uughcs,
Thos. Ralston, Geo. Lytle.
T S. This list will answer
the present, as it is gotten up m
4. , a C 1 .n,ln .mi n
4n.r.A 411 SlIlOllL HiriV ruu.iPl
We can present a list of S 'ldier
il lilxoiia Ion? enough to stretch
r.rnsa the fieKlc in tne auunum
office. All things are rqade
Keen cool, gentlemen.
Williams, the Republican candi-
,i,.t4 fur Anditor of State, was
of
of tho most active ot the
Guards, cntrouting others to go
the front, while he staid at
drawing his salary as Auditor
Stato. and spending a good
ofitfor whisky. This Williams,
dissinated as be is, was re-nomina-
i.rt Iit. ihn late Repnblican
vu - - "
Convention ovor tho bead ot a
nervine soldier. .
"Rut wn neil not 1T0 OUt Of
rran County to find tho Republican
nnrfv nrovinir falso to its
of tho late war.
recent rtiiomination of James
McGrew for County Auditor,
the Republican County Convention
over Finlcy J. Ryan, is sufficient
During all the war, and even
I liA TM?AG A t time. McGrew lias
irtved the emoluments cf ibe
rv.in ( nnntr All d tor's Office,
j
Rvan wan iu the service, doing
tie for his country, exposed to
perils and fatigues of a
at the front," McGrew was
it,. 1.4n4ifita of n fat office
111 1 II U VVll.u.u -
home. But this is not all!
after promising Ryan
ho would tot te a candidato
at
against him in Convention,
went back on his word,
his friends to place bim
fore tho Convention and to
reports that Ryan wai
petent. The idea of Ryan
incompetent! But falso
story was and secretly and
tiously as it was circulated,
...,4 n( th means lai.en
fnm-i TTniiso Rimr to defeat
Tiir.ro 9rA .-tome people that
. .1. .4
make believe mat u wcumw
to die the oSicc of County
. i r
in RTorrrnn Uouniv. wouiu
... o .
bo entirely done away wnu.
W41 tnnTht mention omcr
? . . .. T-i tir
in n-hirn inn ii.fcPuoiic.uiB
l.D 144 x
t irfT-in Tnnntv have of late
onetrated their great (?)
... . . i
the soldier, Dut lacic oi space
bids.
Bmn n t ha ''True Democrat"
r-'iidn that the true Democracy
ever hold that this is
Wi.itA Msn'a Covcrnmcr.t.
us it has been perverted
I'nciirTlHtifinS cf the
" r will meommend
.nnr th follow:nr
ty to lay m a sioc vi vaiuau.u
tVl iai,
it? a.wm rnriP - An fteatnrtmPTlt
- r U k-" .M r, v. ....4. . -
a r "n ttrnr' for hirh
w uvu v. u v v t "
nrietora havo no further use. Also,
..,;.i,Ar badges, such as: "While
lands r Kone," "Do you you
nl.tr t4 Marrv a Nieccr?"
u...'. i'...mMt." Ac. We desire
pose of our entire stock, as we are
to vuit the business. Terms
purchasers. Adili-esa
SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
Voodbfielii,
.MISCriX-AIVEOl'S.
for
of
an
to
for.
will
lo-
a
.....
niuin.
even
one
lloine
to
"homo,
of
portion
State
ae
lUOr-
The
B
by
up to
en-
Mor
iv.nae
. .
bat
the
campaign
receiv-
at
Mc
Grew, that
again
delibe
rately al
lowed be
circu
late incom
being
as the
cau
it was
me
him.
would
. r.
no
Auditor,
A .
nave m
itBtau
.1
vi
dem
Jovo for
xur
Farm for Sale !
ICO acres in Union township 110 of
which is cleared land, 30 acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
at the door, good coal bank. Price
$3,000. Payments easy. Must be sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
For particular, ca'l on E. M. Sstanbo-
ry, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7tb, lsii-tt.
NOTION
AND
MILLIN ER Y
STORE!
C. Ia. hall,
Wholesale aul Retail
SEALER IH
SUILLliNEltY GOODS,
IJCLL. STREET,
MALTA, OHIO.
STiacn.T cash sistja-m um
Kov. 11 1870 tf.
THli. LARGEST
QUEENSWAllE STORE
in
R, L. JENKINS,
IJIP01TER 1XD BK1LEE
QUEEISSWARB!
CfllA !
GLASS! AND
BART11SN WARE!
North aide of Center street, between
East ana 1'euu mreeis,
SScConnelsviUe, Ohio
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING
KIN'S ESTABLISH MEN r !
1st. Jenkins imports his own
.-.H.I i-j rhflVAhV abla to undersell
who purchase at'sitcond hand.
2nd. He ha the largest establish
ment, and n.ost complete variety
coods in tfoutn liasiern uuiu,
are enabled to get just what you
. . . ai l : .... f tfliet
do not nuvo vo Jua"
can get.
Loir., tnlmild uo the business of
community, and it is no more
rieht that community should
him up insteaa oi going
ville, or some such point to buy
goods.
j.t Jenkins' in
ipril 21, 1872-tf.
con
will
Btnctly a
except
by the
Repiiblicai.
to the
opportnni
.
OI
the pro-
a large
iiua
want your
"A White
to dis
deter
rninml to suit
Ohio
THE GREAT CAl'SE
OP
Human Misery.
T.aai rttiiriiiinA( in m aeaiei
sit cents.
lure on the Kature,
and Radical euro of aem.nal weakness
Spermatorrhea, induced by aelf-abuse
ons. impotency,
Viiitiv.nd impedimenta to
..lion anilir.riV
h . J mrn ttftr ltV .
'ViwVi ril. D.
"Green Book
. .. , .1a...1v TirnvM
mirabie i.ren!i .j
own experience that tbe awful
experuju .1TB4.t1ip.llv
es oi cu-aouss -"-j
etl without medicine, ana wiu.ui
eus surgical operai.ona, uouj;..
irs, or cordials, pomiiuB u".
ot .ure aT once certain ann
which every sufferer, no mcr
condition .lay be.may cure hinniel
plv, pr vateiy an reu.
will prove a boon to thouaauds and
ands. . . ...
Bent under seal, in a pia.u
nnr adJresa. postpaid, ou receipt of
or two postage su....r.. .
Also, Dr. cuit"
price 25 cents.
Chas. J. C. Kline &.
127 Eowcrr, Sew York, P. 0. Box
Trustee's Sale.
..... i i .r 4 .... l mi.iIa
By virtue oi a t. '
Hiram L. Jonea, in trust by John
,i Knr.h J Hancner, nn wi.,
County of Morgan, Stato of 0h:o,
. .'. . - V icaso .1.4 tnv
date aiarcnznu, o-,
......j -n ,rd in the land
C V ... . . . .
Morgan county, unio, in B.ecor
.ix hundred and iorty-three and
. . 4 r j.r.nit h.viat-
red ana ionj . -
3. it.. Mtirtitions 01 sum
1UBUC ai .
..( 1 tt 11 sell at DUQ11C sale,
onTuesdar. the rirt
Aneruat. A.
K.4i.n Ir.4honraori0 o'clock in
ii .r.i.. :n 11.4. .ripmoiin.
noon, auu i ' .mvi " ---
dar, at the front door ol tne wun
. . 1- .r Hi Al-nnn- 411
ID fclic i' " i. i. ... v w - .
folloa-init premises and real estate
in the Village of Union ville in the
of Morgan, Ohio, and described as
to-wit Being Lot Ho. seven (7),
Village as marked on the plat of
a u;- v t.n Jim.
airc, iu MIWII.14.J' - !-- .
(11), section thirteen (13), and
tho southwest fourth of section
1131. containing twenty-six
and forty-five one-hundredttis
Terms of Sale Cash on the dsy
HIKA.'t 14. JU.M'i',
1 JuucS". l?"t "V.
ni.4L.TA ntsnr.ss cards.
GEORGE JAHEWAY,
well selected assortment of
nesi Biueuincii . -, .mimi.pt rin-wivn i'TiviTfl
lURTluinK TINffAEE, STUVLSanU SlUlii iiiiJiai.iua. t.iujii.iu hi,.ioii-o,
UMMM, DlxvlTE3ALLT0CAjjL0N 1II.M.
c:l -.ltt.nf.on eiven to the trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmings
VZJ ' .' --- - . , . nnt:... lfAn-AT Mr It r-ancr
. r 4. o 1 .1 j.t th celeuraieu flipper '
sold low for cash.
Dry Goods Merchant. South-east corner of Front and Bell Sts., Malta, Ohio, has
J , v.l . 4.i.miilpte stocK Ot
always on - r tTnuVC1
DIIY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES. QUELNb-
WAHE, UUU1S a.iu shwwi aa..,
. i, .. . a :i.:n. .mrla rlpiTiftnds Every
New Goods reeeivea reguiariy, a -"-s """r - , , for
thinTsold at the lowest cash figure. Country Produce kefna,3,x1njfyor
goods. ' I
J. DAVIS.
1 April
Evprvthina
1, 1871 -ly.
J. M. ROGERS. R- LUTTON.
J. M. r.OGEHS & GO.,
. 4-a iv.. t-:,i..4, Arani niiio. lieeD constantly on hand
r roni m., ueu. m. 4iin.jji,.-i , -
Ss- All Orders rremptly Attended To I S
Aril 21, 1871-ly.
JUSIXESS CARDS.
Mar be fnoml t nnouicoon
THE sOll li nEST VORXER
or THE
Public Square
M'CONNELSYILLE, OHIO
AtaUliiiies, when not absent ou 1 roiesi-
liUlftl UUIIUC.
H.
IS
JEN-
J. T. CREW,
Attorney and Counsellor
irCOXXELSYILLE, OHIO.
rr-OlTice in the southeast corner of Curt
!. - ...l A.., will rraetice in the
III. uav, oi;i.'iia
eonnlie ol Morgan, Athens, and Washing
ton.
F. W. MOORE,
.1 TTO n XE Y A .YD CO VXSEL T. OR,
AT LAW.
SJ5- Will practice , the counties ol Mor-
Mil OA... . .......
OFFICE in the nouthcaft corner of Court
House, McCoiiiielsvilie, unio.
July 7, 1S71.
E. ITAXN A. Ed. M. KENNEDY
HANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
ATTAW.
On Center Street, near the Public Square,
M'COXNELSVILLE, OHIO.
. o :.i .Ani;4ii viven to Collec.
J- 'J Cl,'" ii.... r,
tions; will practice in Morgan, Alliens, iio-
ble, Wa.Iiineion auu jiu-ii.
Jan. 1, 1S71 if.
!
i
good
all
of
J
want
VAil
j
Tenkins
the
than
build
your
THR SPLEDID STE.iJ.ER.
0AHRIB BROOKS.
Kirrrr "ninnvfiTOX. Cacluin.
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesville and Tittsburg, as
follows: Leaves jiiiesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday even.Dgs
August l'.Uh, 1870 3m.
GIVEN TJIM
tw Jflll-V RY A! is the BEST
COIIIII.EK ever in SIcCOXXEIjS
He has constsntlr on hand a gool assort-
. .i-i?.a. ....I Ai4i.i4. Pools, of his own
HIC 111 Vll in. " ' " ' . .
r.. ...... vhiili ho ,f ollerinff at tne
III U II Ulill 1 1 1 1 " - o
i . meir ..KM (;im rum t call at bia
establishment on Sorth-weet corner of Pub
lie square, McConnelsville, Uliio.
Sept. 10, lO.u-ljr.
AET GALLERY
r. c. TitrsizE
asks the piblie t- call and examine
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotvpea, Gems, c, -. which cannot
am i.HBsed anywhere. Ho has perfected at
raucements whereby any ore can be ac
. j .. j :.u ii.. fin...! nfOil Paintinzs
COI11UUM11.U will. iuv A." -
... i .:.i..... .r indi. Inn tork. Rooina
Q...1.I1A.1- SVinn in J. C. Stone's
over iwiiu . wi........ 1 ' " , - . ...
Building, Center Street, II Counelsville.
Ohio.
April -.-My.
our
A LeC
Treatment
or
in-
nervous
marriage
ttnri titft:
C BV
auihorofthe
from his
-
consequenc
own remov
" "f
chca-
, Vu
thous
i
''"i-'
6 cents
c-ia
Co.,
4186.
Physician & Surgeon,
M'CONNELSViLLfc, UU1U,
r...o .it lorma of acme and chrome
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promp'ly attend, d to. and dian.es
. . rtnniniii - : .. r Xn
reasonable. urrii4r4. uimi""
Bailding. on Center street, where
will be found when not professionally enttag
ej Feb. 3d, 1371.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Market & 5iU Streets,
YTM. GETZ, FitorHiETOB,
ZANESVILIaK, OPIO.
Tes Liverv Ptables attached to Uolel.-e
Juno 9. 1871n.
In me.
Hancher
.
bearin
ba foun
- - - ,
recoras oi
T .....
-. p-t.
six hnni-
necn
.
u"u vi
Day
tbe fore-
of suid
-
ui
Vdl l. mi
-
situate
County
follows :
in said
aaid Hi
TL nnia elev-
. -en
apart or
thirteen
square polia
acres.
of sale.
James Kilcy,
niArPAirrRKR or
r5- LOOTS AJSV suuhz.
nnnAsile Muuiiuej's Grocery
sicre,
-i ""..-. At. Vrl.'amnflsvUh. Om
ti v.-;i ntt.ontinn iriven to
-.5i:..:...l
ling. laironagoBoiiuiicvi.
a
c
e
4
u
o
-l-
o
Q
0
u
V
-e
A-
A
0
h-1
JllSCULIiAXCOlS.
M.
COCURRAX. C
J. r. S0XHAXST1NK
B. BOZMAX.
(Locliran,
7
niITfI-WEST SIDE OF THE
PUBLIC
SQUARE,
irCONNETSYlTXE,
Dealers in
HARDWARE, H0USE-FURKISHIN8
GOODS,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Given to the
Farming lrnji-cment
AND
Irlach'ncry Trade.
H0WEHS&UEAPEK8
soia: agests
in Ibis locality for the sale oftha
Celebrated
C IT A.
Mowers & P-capers,
NX P IOjN
a,-
Cook & Healing stoves,
and odd pieces of .11 the, v.rietie.
"V ORLD
Mower & Keapcr,
and the
RTJSSILI-Tj
Mower & Reaper,
MxscrACTi'Baasor
his
b
.
be
: .1 . .11 kinds of
EJIOVCBIU mi:r'Ai..j ,
ine Machine Castings ; also Salt
and Salt Flanges, Sugar Kettles. Pots,
... . . i it, r.iant
dlea, Skillets, aioui itj '""'.
Points. Machine Castings
Steamboat.. Saw Mills, Salt Works,
and Reapers j also Cast Irou t
Tops, Window Chp. Cellar Window
and also Cast Iron Legs for
house Desks aud Seat.
Tin-war c.
nave constantly on hand, manufactured
their or.lr. all mannoroi nn-..ii,-i
Trimmings, Ae.
Blacksmithing.
Manufacturers of Water Tweers,
Sweuges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
Kememper mo in- - .
Soth-west Siilo of th Public
mar.13 1810 -it.
Cubb
ArranE-ements for boarding will
r,.ll who attend. A thorough
he Lower Branches will be arnved
Classea will be foimed and
1.. 1 h. olivet bine rather the
ui;.....,. -j -----
instruction man tne
.k.i Tn.-irhera. will, tnercioro,
books, slaUs, etc., as stutienis
TEACHERS' NORMAL
OF
FOUP. WEEK'3 DURATION
Commencing
310XDA1, Jl'LY SI, 1S-S1.
HcCONNELSYILLE.
To bo Conducted by -Prof.
W. 31. Mttil'GUUS,
AND
AUTIH K l'O.VD, Esq.
nialloNOB, V. D. IIENKLE.
State School Commissioner.
will be present and assist during
first week.
Ew
o
D4M-IT.-0 nr TUTVERESCB
A' V . ' ' a.. .... , ,
Reading McU-itfy and Kidd.
Epellinn Selections.
Arithmetic Ray and White.
Grammar G reen and Uarve. v.
Geography Brockl.tf'a and
Thvs. Geoir. .
Lecture and Discussion on
pavable in advance
ccutive Committee.
Vr 12. lSTllBW.
J
By Order of
Cl r-
TllECALABAUtJKAlKS
Area Decided SaCtess
TRULY the old mortur or
is being broken. Medicine
factual; but it is no longer
dancerous, pjinlul or aisgu-ung.
markable Nerve tonie aperient
process sf digestion,, and m
the most perfect physical and mental
tinns. They cure dyrpepsia,
..ltwnre. hi.iousncss and
but their greatest so;eess is iD
...;.4Af ilipufl disorders. If
at the nearest Uruggists, enclose
to Calabar Grains Co.. Marietta,
April Atb, 1671--mo.
IIOOFI-.AO'S COU'311
O.,
ONE MILLION OF LIVES
SA YED I It is one of the re
markable facta ol this remarkable age, not
merely that bo many persons are the victims
of tljpepi or indigestion, bnt its willing
victims. Now, we wsold not bean Jerstood
to say that any one regards dyspepsia wilh
favor, or feels disposed to rank it amoofc
the luxuries ol life. Far from it. Those
who have experienced its torments weald
scout such an idea. Mark Tapley, whowai
jolly under all the tryins? circumstances in
which be was piacej, nei ua ... -
dvi.pepi.ia, or his jollity woold have speedi-
ly toiTaken him. men anu w...i..
times suffer its tortures nncomp!aining!y.
but whoever heard o! a person wi.o eni yea
tbem T Of all the mnUifnrioui diseases w
which the human fyst-m is liable, there is,
perhaps, none so generally prevalent asdy-
pep?ia. K there IS awreicnta oeius m
worlJ it is
A ConJU-mid tspept'e !
Rat it is not our intention to descant on
the horrors of Djspepsia. We have said
that djspepsia is perhaps tne moi un.ver-
sal ol human diseae. This is emphatic
ally the case In the United States. Wheth.
er this eeneral prevalence is cus iu "a
I . " ... rJ .V. .1 J rt tia
character oi me ioou, iue ui inau
preparation, er the hasty manmr iu which
. . - ii. .lnw4ul i. not nnr nrovince
ll la uiuiiiij o .in' -" r
to explain. The great fact with which w
are called to deil is this t ' " .
tyrprpsia Prevail!
almost universally. Nearly eveiy otr r
son you meet is a victim, ana r.pp.rcin.
a willing one ; for were not this the case.
why so mmy suBerers, wnen a certain spee
dy and safe remedy is within the easy
reach of all who desire 10 avail iDeoi!-cvc
ol it ? But the majority wnl not. jjiin-i.
ed by pn jndice. or deterred by some other
oneaiued intluenM, they refuse to ac
cepttAie reliel prcflered them. They turn
a deaf ear to the testimony oi me inwus-
aods whose sufferings have been aileviaieu.
and with strange inlatnaticn, appear to
cling with desperate determinttion tomcir
rnlhless lormeuior. uui says n a)vyvyx.
What is thia remedy T to wUicb we repiy .
This (treat alleviator of human suffsrin? is
n ... . . . i.i i .. .
.Iinoslas wileis Known as ine r."gB..
gaage. It has allayea the agonies oi uu-
sand., and is to-t?ay carrying conuori snu
...n.r..4-.4i.t to thonsantls of others.
This acknowledged panacea is none other
7Tlm Dr. IIoo&ihJ German Bitters.
WnnM inn Lt.hw mme of the merits of
it,;. .nn.iu.i..l n.er'lfirp tan can be learn
ed TrotT. the experience of otht rs T 1 ry it
yourself, and when i bss failed to lu'fill
tbe measure oi us smeary R.ve.i 'f
proprietor, then abandon faith in it 1
Xrf it Be KememlereJ,
firt of all, lhat HOOFLAXD S Gorman :
Bitters is not a rum bevtrsge. They are
..i -liwilm!; in an Bnse of the term. .
Thev are composed wholly ol the pure juice
or vital principle o. root?. This is not a
mere assertion, lie eiimca ..i.... t..,...
they are compounded are prepared by or.e
ol th? ablest German chemist!". Unlike a
ny other Bitters in tbe market, they are
wholly free from spirituous ingredients.
The objestions which hold with so much
force against preparations cf thisclns,
namely-that a desiie for intoxicatinsr
drinks is stimulated by toeh- ese. arc no
valid in the case of the German Bitters.
t-o far from eiicouragitig or inculcating a
liasleordisire for inebriatin? beveraees.
: .n h4 4nnf.!ent!v asserted that their
tendency is in a diametrically oppo'site di
tection. Their effects can be
Beneficial Only
in all eves of the biliary system. Unof
land's German Bitters stand without an e.
ntl and vicrorouslv upon
the Li tret ; they remove its t orpid ty and
bile thereby
C-UW IIW1.UI.. - . -
supplying the atomach with tbe most indi.
S!
of Bound dieestion in
,-0per proportions. They give ton to the
I ... .i. .i;-,ii!.tin ir Innctiona. and
IIUIUH.il o..... ..--p.
enabling it to perform its duties as nature
designed it should do.
They Purify tfte Blood,
.. il.a ;tl fluid of all hurtful imp
urities and supplanting Ihem with tha ele
ments of genuine healthfnlnes'. But .in
that most trenetally prevalent, distressing,
and dreaded disease, Dyspepsia, ,
They Stand Unrivaled.
v..- iii.ro .re certain classes tl person
to whom extreme Bitters are cot only uo
nalntable. but who find it impossible to
I . .. 1 a rii.nmmr(
rcjMc
Coo, been spec.ny pr.
Thrfh
Kettles,
Grid-
nftU
r--ernaofPlow
for
Mow
era himney
Grat
iugs, School
Mandrill
Square
;. not nr.lv palatable, lt combines, id mo
dified form, all the virtues of the German
Bitter?. In cases of languor or exce.-sive
debility, where the system appears to have
become exhansted of its energies. Hoo
tland's Tonic acts with almost marv
elous effect. It gives strtngth to weaknet s
...j ii.rni dpsnor.deccv to the wins.
But Dr Umift ma's benetiictionsto tbe hu
man race are not confined to his celebrated
German Bitters, or his invaluable
Tun'c He has prepared another medicine,
which is rapidly winning way to por"!"''
favor because of its intrinsic merits. I his
iajntU Iloonana'S 'oawjjj
rills a perfect substitute for merenry,
without anv or mercury's evil qualities.
Ihese wonderful Pills, wbicb are intended
to act noon the Liver, are mainly compos
edof Podophjllio, or the ViUl Principle
of the Mundrake Koot. It is tbe medicin
al .irtues of this health-giving r w'--..
m. .j..l..!lm n-i dircetlv on the LlV-
cr 1 he extract ol Mandrake contained in
them is fkilllolly combined with lour oilier
extracts, thus producing a pill that influ
ences the entlie digestive and alimentary
. ...j ;t.fiinn isentirelv tree from
sysicin.auu iu - .
sea I'osses'iing inrao umm
ililirs the Podophjllio becomes invahi
. as a Family PILL -s5
L..T.1 -ii.l K4 siilicnt thtm. I
I10U3CUUIU on w j v. ..v. -
are perfectly safe; require Imt two tor aa
ordinary dose, are prompt and tfijc-iect in
action, and when nsed in connection with
Dr. HooSand's German Bitters, or 1 oo;c.
may be regarded as certain specific in all
caes of Liver Complaint. Dypcp?ia or ary
ol the dismders to which thesvmem w ord
inarily subject. The PODOPUl
LIaIX Pills act upon the stomach ard t lie
bowels, while the Citters or Tonic puri.'y
the bloccl.
DR. MCCri.AX,
. 1 i ? 1 l ma.l.oa fni ri lo-a
bemade . d one fot
" : .1,4. -omlrliil ore-
at.- external
recitation- , aratioo known as
molo of iinAfland'S ftrtck Oil
A.r.hP,n. . . .
-- - . . t,.- n;, , ,TereiffB remedy for pains X
' " -. , , - v-.nl
!
OIIIO-
.he
nausea,
ona
I abla as
:
Warrens
,
Theory ana
.-u 1 -11 tmHa Rhenmatism. fenraN
acucn wi 1 7 ' .
ri Tomhacht, Chilblains, Sprains and
Uurn Tain in the Back and Loins. Ring
worm.' e., Ae , As., all yield to Us exter
nal application. The number of cures ef
fected by it is astonishing, and they are
iuireasing every day.
Taken internally, it is a cure n.r i.rn..-
tho Ex
!
Medi
cine" must be
necessai ily
......... j -
assists the ,D"l.,r "s will be
conducive of lhtj rsmes
condi- any oc-Uiy p
ueauacur,
irregularities,
actiag as a
not found
fifty cts.
Obi
Colic, Dysentery, Cholera ilorDu, ana
Cramp?, Pains io the stomach, Cold.-, As'
th'ma, Ac . .
The Greek Oil is compajrd fr ;re.j ot
healing gums and essential oils. The princ
ipal ingrcdiedot is an oily substance, pro
cured ia the southern part or Greece. Its
effecTs as des-royerof pain re truly magi
cal Thousand, have been benefitted by
Z use. and a trial by those who t re ej -
ical will thoroachly convince .u.
be srnt by express to
nlir-minn to the nrin-
any locality. uii4u .vv -- -- . -cipal
office, at the German Jledicice tore,
No Col Arch street, Phila.
C1IAS. M. EVANS. Trop'r.
Formerly C. M. Jackson A Co.
These remedies are for sale by Urugguls.
Storeksepers. and tncdiciue l'ealer eery-where.

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