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"KItY, .... Sept. H2d, 1ST1.
6IDE0X T. STEWART, of Huron.
FOR LtEPT. GOVERNOR,
P, M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR GUPRKMK JCDftE,
SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking.
FOR (TATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS,
DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT,
ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
. FOR AUDITOR PF ETATE,
W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin.
redhibition Senatorial Tick
- of Washington County.
organ County Prohibition
For Clerk of the Court,
J A M E S A . NEELET.
;iMI3 D. MARIS.
BOB ER T LU TTO N ,
For Infirmary Director,
II. P. DEARBORN.
Washington County Prohlbl
It. L. FAT.
For Clerk of the Court,
8. C. H. SMITH.
For Prosecuting Attorney.
For Commissioner, Long Term,
For Commissioner, Short Term.
For Infirmary Director,
CHARLES E. GARD.
Athena County ProhlbllUlon
DR. G. C. SEDWICK.
F A. McVAT.
CHARLES DO AN.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
W. A. THOMAS.
A J. LEONARD.
Uelgt County ' Prohibition
W. H. OWKNS.
It. P. BROOKS.
Fur Proeecutinr Attorney,
ART-JUI1 MERRILL. '
. P. HOPK1KS.
SR. OA VENDER.
Fo li:fiiiorv Director,
. There will be a Prohibition Meeting
at Sears' ."School House, in Penn town
ship, on TUE-DAY EVENING, SEPT.
26th, 1871. The meeting will be ad
dressed by David Mummey and oth
ers. Hyeaking will begin at early candle-light.
A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to attend, and hear what
is most to their interest. A special in
vitation is extended to the Ladies.
Prohibition Mass Meeting.
Prohibition Mass Meetings will
be held as follows:
JLoWreiice's School House, Bristol
lp . Slurdy, Sept 30th.
Triadelpbia, Monday, Oct 2nd.
Ricggold, Tuesday. Oct. 3rd.
Howom'a School House Wednes
day. Oct. 4th.
Border's School House, Bloom tp. ,
Thursday, Oct. 5th.
Ke)eyviUe, Friday, Oct. 6th.
McCnnnnlsviile, in front of the
Court Hons. Saturday, Oct. 7th.
Meetings will also be held at Ell
mm Cross Road, Liberty Hill, and
Keineroville; the dates of which will
be hereafter announced.
All the Meetings will be held the
evenings of the days stated, and
will be addressed by able speakers.
By order of the Prohibition Cen
tral Committee of Morgan County.
The Only way to prevent Buell, the Democratic
Candidate, from being elected,
is for the Republicans to Rally to the
Support of Penrose, the Prohibition Candidate.
The Maria tian, edited by E. Wia-
cheater, of Marietta, a Republican, in
its last issue openly repudiates K. At.
KtimsoDy the Republican candidate for
the State Senate for this District. The
Marietlian has the largest circulation of
any paper published in Washington
bounty, and its influence against bum
pou would alone accomplish his
defeat. But Stimson is unpopular, and
many other influential Xtepublicans in
Washington County denounce him,
and consequently bis defeat may be
counted on with certainty. The Ma
rietlian. with the influential Republi
cans spoken of, have all declared for
William Penrose, the Prohibition can
fidato, and are calling on the Repub
licans of the District to rally to his
support and thereby defeat Buell, the
Democratic nominee. Just as we were
preparing to iro to press, we received a
letter signed by five Washington Coun
ty men, heretofore Republicans, set
ting fortn the above facts, and urging
lnt the Kepubhcans of Morgan sho d
not delay in rallying to the support of
r-enrose. jar. r en rose, previous to his
joining the Prohibition party, was a
Republican, is a young man of ability,
and will reflect honor on the Dis
trict if elected. Will our Republicans
Tote for him, or will they continue in
their support of Stimson, and thereby
assist in Bueli's election T
Thi. Democratic Mass Meeting
will be held next Tuesday. The
postera'annou ncing the fact parade
Hon. H J. Jewett as the "truth
ful speaker". Are the other speak,
era of the day liai s? Does the ZV4
ital mean to ooncedi this?
Hon. Wm. S. Groesbeck on
In his speech at &leubcnrille, on
the 13th, Hon. Wm. S. Groesbeck
speaks of tho 13th, 14th and 15th
Amendments as follows :
When the Constitution was adopt
ed slavery was every-where, in the
North as well as in the South, and
therefore the Constitution did not
forbid it. Very soon, however, and
from time to time, the Stales them
selves, acting separately, abolished
it within their respective jurisdic
tion, till it wob to bo found no
where bat in the South: and at
last it was disturbed and threaten
ed there. Abe South rebelled at
this. War came, a long, bloody,
cosily, civil war, and the rebellion
was overwhelmed and slavery de
Ibis result is norr declared in
the Constitution. Such a declara
tion was to be expected. The re
suits of successful war are always
declared in coma binding iorm. if
it be a war between- nations, the
results appear in a final treaty; if it
be a civil war, they usually appear
in some modification of the lunda
mental law. conforming it to the
new condition of the Government
Such is our case. The recoct Con
stitutional amendments stand lor
the final treaty of our civil war.
Look at the question in another
aspect. How Jo the states now re
card slavery? Ohio has declared
there shall be no slavery within her
jurisdiction; New York has declar
ed it in her Constitution; Penney!
vania has doclared it. Every state
in the f.as and ic the North and
in the West has declared it. Not
only this. Every 6late in the South
has declared it, and remembering
our past it is wise and proper that
our rederal Constitution Bhould
declare it. Let this trouble be put
away from us, so that it may never
.What is the second chance ? In
substance, this : "All persons born
or naturalized in the United States
are citizens of the same, and of the
state in which they reside. No
Stale shall abridge the privileges or
immunities or citizens of the unit
ed States, or deny to any person
the equal protection ot its laws.
There is also a clause in this amend
ment disqualifying certain citizens
from holding office under the Unit
ed States or under any Stale; and
another clause-affirming the validi
ty of our public debt, and tho in
validity of all rebel debts.
bat is tho third 7 '-he right
of the citizens of the L rated Slates
to vote shall not bo denied or
abridged on account of race, cplor
or previous servitude."
Tbcso are the changes made in
our Constitation during the last ten
years the famous amendments of
wnicn we naveneara so much, ana
n hiih are so oftun iderred to, even
United Slates is
accepted by all,
and in the South
as in the North,
The doubt and
been about the
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend
ments, because of the means used
to procure their adaption, and be
cause of the change they make in
the relations which had always
existed between the . Federal Gov
ernment and tho State Govern
ments. In the language of our recent
State Convention, the means wed
to procure the adoption of these two
amendments were extraordinary,
violent, and unsatisfactory. There
is no thinking, ri&aUminded man,
who desires that a single other
amendment may be made to the
Constitution as these were made,
for it is impossible to preserve ltd
sacred noss under such treatment.
The Constitution should never
be Igbtly dealt with; nor should
it be altered for mere party advant
age, and any amendments proposed
should be fairly submitted to a free
and un threatened judgment. (Such
was the case in reference to all
amendments previously made; such
is not the case in reference to these
two. But 1 do not care to dwell
upon the history of the Fourteenth
and r itteentb amendments, for
see nothing in their history that
will destroy their validity. You
cannot invalidate legislation by
snowing it is taintod with fraud
It may be admitted that an act of
Congress w&s passed by undue
means; that coercion, bribery, and
all kinds of corruption were applied
to effect its passage, and yet the
Court cannot set it aside. The val
idity of a statute cannot be im
peached on such grounds, nor can
the validity of a constitutional
amendment. No Court has juris
diction to inquire into the circum
stances under wnico either was
parsed. The only question is, were
they, in fact, passed? If they were
all courts must recognize them.
Could I go into our Supreme Court
n impair the validity of an act of
congress oy suowing mat enough
Congressmen to change tho result
had been coerced to vote for it, or
bribed to voto for it? Clearly,
Would not, nor could I successfully
attack a constitutional amendment
on these grounds. The Supreme
Court has no supervision over the
action oi ioneress m passing a
statute, or over the action of State
Legislatures or State Conventions
in adopting a constitutional amend
It would be nnwiso to confer on
the Supreme Court such extraor
dinary jurisdiction. The -fault is
not in the machinery of the Gov
eminent. It is as cotnpleto as it
should be; but it is not complete
enough, and human invention can
not make it perfect enough to pre
vent or correct every possible
abuse: and we must depend at last
tor tberigbi management of many
important political concerns upon
the good conduct of the people
themselves. This is far better and
safer than to trust unlimited power
any department of the Govornn
We may not look to the Surreme
Court to declare theso amendments
unconstitutional; it has no jurisdic
tion over them. We may not look
the States to annul them by a
further amendment; it requires
tbree-foarlbi of Ibsin to concur in
such a movement; that number will
not concur in such a movement.
And we may not look to tho people
to combine to overthrow them in
soma other way; ihe people- have
already accepted thorn. The de
struction of slavery is acknowledg
ed and approved by all, and our
colored population has voted in ev
ery State of the Union, at our local
and general elections, neain and
asrain, and without challenge or mo
testation. Theso amendments will
stand. Suffrage onoo crantod can
not be recalled; suffrage that has
been practiced will not bo surren
dered. I approve tho action of our
recent Convention on this subject.
Hon. G. T. Stewart in Toledo.
The Toledo Blade makes tho fo
lowing report of l. X. otewari s
speech in that place on the 5th :
He declared that thero are four
political organization! contending
for the control of tho government,
tho Dram-Shop party, the Prohibit
tion party, the Republican party
and the Domocratic party, of which
the two first are positive, wfth
clearly defined platforms, princi
p'.es and purposes, and the two lat
ter are merely negat.ve, with no
definite jfsue botween them, no pol
icy or purpose in view: bat only
contesting for the possession of the
offices and quarreling over dead is
sues, tasting at each other tbn bit-
trr embers and words of old fends
and quarrels that ought to be bur
ied out of eipht. Ho allowed the
magnitude of the Dram-Shop party
with 150.000 dram-shops in the
nation, and 15,000 dram-shops in
the State, controlling the votes of
half a million drunken imbeciles in
the former and fifty thousand in
the latter, ruling every national,
state and city election, and fast ex
tending its corrupt power over the
ballot-box at all times and in all
places. He referred to the Nation
al Congress of the Dram. shop par
ty, held in Chicago in 1867, and
showed how the system of organ.
ized action then adopted had been
carried out until complete control
had been secured of both the Re
publican and Democratic parlies.
He denied that the title ot German
Liberal belonged to this movement,
for it comprised men of all nation
alities, and thousands of our best
German citizens utterly repudiate
it. Its proper name is the Dram
Shop party. He took up its plat
form as laid down at Chicago, and
affirmed by all its rational, state and
local conventions since, and argued
that it is destructive of civil liberty.
He contrasted personal with civil
liberty, and showed that it is nec
essary to restrict the first to pre
servo tho latter, so far as to pre
vent one class of c tizcns from in
juring tho other. -J. ! Prohibition
party had t.oen formed to meet the
Dram Shoo party in open conflict.
Its principles he claimed to be the
grandest embodiment of civil liber
ty ever presented by any party to
me peopio. jjc aocteu mat rroiu-
bttion had any affiinily to 8umpnn
ry laws. Xle argued that tho Iiq
uor traffic is the most stupendous
of all crimes, and showed lis enm
mality by many illustrations. The
Prohibition party proposed to moct
tand destroy it as a crime with the
same weapons that society employs
against all other crimes. He de
clared that no nation can exist half
drunk and half sober, and referred
to iho history of Eirvpt. Assyria,
Greece, Kome and the French hra
pire as examples. Our Republic,
with a million drunkards, be cx
claimed, "is on the Niagara, and
is fast verging to tho brink of tho
precipice ovor which those govern
menu had reeled into destruction.
He ridiculed the attempts of the He-
publicans to get np an issue for the
election. . The greateet of all ques
tions, he claimed, is the murder
question whether 100,000 a year
in the nation and 10,000 a Year in
the State shall be murdered by the
traffic, or whether it shs II be prohi
bited and the people saved. All
who voted the Republican or Dem
ocratic ticket, he said, voted for
Permission, "Murder, Yes." Heap-
pealed to the voters to vote Piohm
bition, "Slurder, JTo."
Perhaps the most remarkable
fi ht ever waged against a corrupt
political ring is that now coing on
against the famous Tammany Ring
of New York City. At the moment
of our goinf to press, the city is
convulsed with excitement over the
concealment or destruction of the
vouchers of 1870, by 60mo one who
burglariously entered the Auditor's
office for that- purpose. It is gener
ally believed that this -destruction
was the last desperate resort of the
Ring. The excitement bas been
greatly h'.ghtened by the fact that
Mayor Hall has requested the ros
ignation of the Controller in terms
that can hardly be disregarded
This battle against the Ring should
be in no wise a partisan one. Re
publicans understand that in a city
so entirely Democratic as this, the
fight against the Ring must bo a
popular and not a pnrlisnn one, if
it is to succeed. We deprecate ev
ery attempt to use these frauds for
party capital. One of the daily pa
pers opens an article with the as-
soriion tuat an democrats who are
in office plunder the treasury. This
is not true; nor if it were would it
be all of the truth ? All Democrat
are not thieves, and all thieving
office-holders aro not Democrats
But, as an unpartisan paper, wo de
clare our sympathy with every hon
est effort to overthrow the hiphway
men who hold o like in tho metropo
lis. For the sake ot public morals
and public decency which thev have
outraged, for the sake of the coun
try which they have helped to de
moralize, for the sako of the Demo
cratic party which they hve dis
graced, we hopo to see them pun
ished. Whatever party papers may
aim at, to oust them from office
should not be tht main end. That
were a poor result. Other rogues
would consent to steal on the same
terms of a comfortable banishment
country villas in Connecticut.
Thieves are thieves. Penitentiaries
are built for such. Lot ns enforce
tho penalty of the law against the
R:ng, and then for the next, wheth
it be Democratic or Republican,
city, stat) or foderal.-J7arrA and
V. B. MIS 4 GO.
B UILDIXG MA TESIAL I
Fine and Common Fire Fronts !
THE Pin LIC are cordially invited to call and us at XO.S9, Mala
Street, Zanenvtlle, Ohio. . V B. LEWIS A CO.
Sept. 22, 1871 4w.
W. H. UUTLEDGE.
Kutledge & Bailey.
Alters' Black, Xo. 56 Main Street, Zanesvllle, Ohio,
Ilave opened a complete Slock of Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Extra Su
pers Ktiperfioos, MeiJinm Super, Ingrain, Wnetisns, Dutch Wool, Outage, Hemp,
and R-tg CsrpeU. ALSO Wall Papers. Window shdf, Mtt Rugs, Oil Cloths. &c.
AKeuts lor Marsleised Mautles. We invite the Public to 'call and examine oar
Stnek. Jane 3, 18T1.
MALTA UISIXLSS CARDS.
J. M. ROGERS. R. LUTTON. J. DAVIS.
J. M. tiOGEKS & CO.,
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
Kg- AM Orders Promptly Attended To I -a
Aprl 21, 18TI ly.
West side of Bell Street. Malta, Ohio,
BIRDWIRE, TiMYAEE, STUESccd STGfE UIXEI.US. FlfilttG QUSiLJ,
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON II IM.
Special attention civen to the
Agent for the sale ol the-celebrated
sold low for cash.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner
always on hand a
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.
WAItE, BOOTS A.
tSP New Goods received regularly,
thine sold at the lowest cash figure.
JGRICCLTLBAL IIPLEHESTS !
CillPESTER'S TOOLS !
F. G. BAILEY
keeps a well selected assortment of
trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmines
"Clipper Mower it Reaper." Everything
April 21, 1871 -ly
of Front and BellSU., Malta, Ohio, bna
complete stock of
SUUS, &.C., &.C.
as a flourishing trade demands. Every
Country Produce taieu in exchange for
April '., 1871 -ly.
(JOClIalS, B3Z31N t CO.
SOTTlT-'vYEST SIDE OF T11E
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
Given to th
in this locality for the sale of the
C H -A. SI P I O N
Mowers & Reapers,
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper, '
Cook & Healing Stoves,
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stoves in the country ; all kinds nf Thron
ing Machine Castings ; also Bait Kettle,
and Suit Fiances, Suear Kettles. Pots. Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pst
ernsori'low Points, Machine Cestinptfor
Steamboats. Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and Reapers ; also Caul Iron I'bimney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Desks and Seats.
Have constantly on hand, manufactured
their order, all manuor of Tin-ware. Eton
Manufacturers of Water Tweers. Mandrill
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
Remember the Place :
Solh-west Side of the Public Square
S. L. JE1El.il.
E. L. JENKINS,
IMfORTER A.1D II El LES IS
QUEEN 8 WAKE!
CHINA 1 .
GLASS 1 AND
EAKTHSN WAKE I
North side of Center street, between
East and Penn streets,
c Connels vill e, O hio
REASONS FCR PATRONIZING JEN-
KIN'S ESTABLISHMENT !
1st. Jenkins imports his own goods
ana is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
2nd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in South-Eastern Ohio, and you
are enabled to get just what you want
do not hare to take just what you
3rd. Living amongst us, Jenkins
helps to build up the business of the
community, and it is no more than
right that community should build
him up instead of going off to Zanes-
viue, or some sucn point to buy your
- .A-t T en kins' in
April Jl, 1171 -if.
GKOYER & It A HER.
Were awarded the hirhmt Pttm'ma at
the State Fairs of
Uave alio breo awaroVd these Macbitxa
at the exhibitions f
f M $ : i
Tftf very highest priw.THE CROHS
OF THE L Mi ION OF UOXOa. was
conferred on the rKfentativ ot the
rover Bsker Sewing Machines, at the
hipooitioo Universale, Paris, 1867. thus
nesting their great saptnoritj over all
other ijwiog Hachine.
POINT8 OF EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and ELulialy of Stick.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
JVo fastening f team ly hand and no
watte of thread.
Wide range of application without change
Tbe seam retains Its beanty and firmcess
after washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by
other Sowing machines tbe Elastic Stilck
machiue execatrs tbe most beautiloland
permaotDt Embroidery and ornament
ALEX FINLET is the General
Agent for tbe sale of tbe Grover k Ba
ker Shuttle or Lockstitch Machine, and
tbe Elastic Stitch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in tbe Counties of Morran, Alb
eus Hocking, Washington, Muskingum
and Vinton, ar.d bas bis Traveling A-
ents all thrdngb these Coanties. Per
seus wishing a first-class Sewicg Ma
chine, just wbat is needed for f-mily nse,
should call oo Mr. Finley or one of his
agents. II. B. VINCENT k BliO.
are his saetita in MoCoanslsviUe.
May 12vb, 1871-tf.
The undersigned has been duly appoin
ed executor of the last will and testament
ol Joseph Frisby, late of Morgan eounty,
Sept. 15,1871 3 w.
Farm for Sale I
160 acres in Union township 110 of
which is cleared land, 30 acrei bottom
good frame house, log barn, good well
at the door, cood coal hint r:.
3.000. rsymenU easv. Muni V.
and somebody will get a bargain
For particulars, call on E. M. b Unita
ry, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7th, 1871-tf.
William A. Sturgeon, Admin
istrator of Estate of Richard
Alcidana Dunnington, ti i. J
rsriTioa to asu lsd.
Alcidaaa. Dunnington, James Dnnaing
lonnd Samuel Dunnington, who reside
in Union County, in the Btata of Iowa,
William K. Dunnington, who resides ia
the Bute of Indiana, and Parley Donaing
ton, Elisabeth Custer and David Custer,
who reaidejn tbe State of Minnesota, wili
take notice that I, a Administrator ss
aforesaid, have filed a petition in the
Court of Probet of said Morgan County,
Ohio, against thm and others, tha hji
ad prayer of which is to obtain; an order
to sell to pay debts ths following- real es
tate, situate i0 the township of Malta,
County of Morgan, and Btatet of Ohio, to-
wi, jmmg partol iracuonat section So.
la.towa So. io, range Ko. 1J. of -lands
sold at Zanesville, Ohio, containing one
acre, mora or lUs, (being the same land
old and convened by Francis A. Barker
and Catharine Barker to ; said Bichard
Dunninttcte. deceased. bv deed dated th.
8th day f July, A.;D., 1839, and recorded
in -i,-- Heeoras oi veeds or Mor
gan county, Ohio, at page 183, to which for
a more perfect deacriotion reference im
hereby made, and Jthat said petition will
be ior hearing on the 14ih day of October
next, at 19 o'clock. A- M.
WILLIAM A. STUBS 05.. Administra
tor of Richard Duaaington, doc eased.
Posa A Coassa, Alt'rs
Sept. 8tb, 1M7I 4w.
Ira Boot, of Ionia, in the State of Michi
gan, will take notice that David Mummey,
of the county of Morgan, in tbe State of
Ohio, did, ok tbe 8th dy of August. 1871,
nie nis petition in tne court of Commoa
Pless, within and furtbecountv ofHorng.
Oh re. against the said Ira Root and the
MrConuelsville Carbon Oil Co., defendants,
setting lorth that said Company is incopor-
tea uuaer tne law ol unio; tnst it is in
debted to plaintiff in the sum of $1 ,637.6
nd interest thereon from May 1st, 1B6;
that said Company is insolvent and has DO
property within reach of any process of
the Court; that said Ira Hoot is a Stock
holder therein, having twenty-one sharee
thereof of the nominal Value of twenty-one
hundred dollars; that said Root haa paid
no part of the creditors of the said Com
pan j, end is liable to the creditors in the
sum of his ssid stock : and preying judge'
meat againtsaid R.mi for said sum of $1
37 SO sud interest from the 1st day of May,
1H6; that an order of Attachment has
been sued out. and nnless said Root shall
answer oy the list day of next October, the
petition will be taken as true and judgement
By E. M. St.kimt. his Att'y.
8ep. 1st. 171,- w.
C. Ij. hall,
TV lissleSale and Retail
aV BUSINESS DONE ON A
5TKICILY CASH SYSTES1 tt
Nov. 11 1870 tf.
Vreb, Just pablished in a sealed env-
Vj$J&ioV. Price six cents. A Lec-
ture on the Nature, Treatment
and Radieal cars of seminal weakness, or
Spermatorrhea, induced by sel&abuse.in-
voluntsry enussions, impoiency, nervous
debility, and impedimenta to marriage
geneially ; consumption. epilepsy, and nts;
mental and physical incapacity, Ac. By
Rob J. Culverwell, at. v., author of the
"Green Book," Ac.
The world-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that theawfal consequenc
es olseil-aQuee may ne eneciuan y remov
ed without medicine, and without danger
ous surgical operations, bougies, instrum
ents, rings, or cordisls, pointing out a mode
or -ure at once certain and effectual, by
which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition, may be, mey cure himsell chea
ply, privately and radically. This lecture
will prve a boon to thousands and thous
Sent under seal, ia a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of cents
or two postage stamps.
Also, Dr. LTiiverweii s Aiarrisgo uuiue
price Ss cent.
Address tne runnsners,
CUaa. J. C. Kline & Co.,
117 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box 4385.
Are at Decided Success I
TRULY tbe old mortar of "Bad Medi
cine oeirg broken. Medicine must be
effectual: Lut it is no lonrer ntcetsaiily
dangerous, painful or diagottiag. Tbere-
marianie xserve tonic aperient assists the
procees of digestion, and is conducive of
tbe most perfect physical and mental condi
tions. They -cure dyppepsia, headache,
sallowoess. biliousness and irregularities,
but their greatest success is in acting as a
preventive of these disorders. If not fonnJ
at tbe nearest urnggisis, enclose nny cu.
to Calabar Grains Co.. Marietta, Ohio.
April 2?th, 1871 2 ne.
Faks and Parasols rhaaper than the
cheapest at f tone's.
ONE MILLION OF LIVES
SATED t It it one ofthete
markable facts of this remarkable age. not
merely that so many persons are tbe victims
af dyspepsia or indigestion, bat its willing
victims. Now,, we wsald not be understood
to say that any on regards dyspepsia with
favor, sr feels disposed to rank it amocg
tbe Inxories ot life. Fsr from iL Those
wbo have experienced its torments woold
scoot such sa idea. Mark Tapley, who was
jolly nnder aU tbe trying circumstances io
which be was placed, never bad an attack of
dyspepsia, or his jollity would have speedi
ly lorsaken him. Man and women some
times suffer its tortures uncomplainingly,
bnt whoever beard of a person who enjoyed
them T Of all the multifarious diseases t
which the human system is liable, there is,,
perhaps, none so generally prevalent ss dy
pepsia. If ihers is a wretched being ia tho
worlj it is
A Confirmed DjtiptpHe f
Bat it is not nar intention to descant oo
ths horrors of Dyspepsia. We have said
tUt djspepsia is perhaps tbe most nniver
eal ol human disease. This ia emphatic
ally the case in the United Slates. Wheth
er this general prevalence is doe te tbe
character or the foods tie method of its
preparation, or tbe hasty ntsnotr io which
it is usually swallowed, is not oar province
to explain. Tbe great fact with which we
are called to deal is this : -' ' - -
slmset anfvefBaltv.'Nsarrv eve Athor
son yoa meet is a victim, end apparently
a wining ooa , ior were not una tbe case,
why so many snflerers, when a cerUm spee
dy and safe remedy is wltbia the easy
reach of all wbo desire to avail themselves
of it T Bat the majority will not. Blind,
ed by prejudice, or deterred by some other
unexplained influence, they -tefase to ac
cept tbe reliel proffered them. They tarn
a deaf ear to the testimony of tbe thous
ands who sufferings have been alleviated,
and with strange infatuation, appear to
cling with desperate determinatbn to their
ruthless tormentor. Bat ssjs a dyspeptic
What is this remedy t to which we reply r
This great alleviator of human suffering' is
almost as widely knows as the English laos
goage. It has allayed tbe agonies of thou
sands, and w to-dsy carrying comfort and
encouragement to tbeaaods of others.
This arknnwMrf i panacea is nons other
Than Dr. Jloohand Qcrmmm Bitter
Would yoa know moie of the merits of
this wonder Io I medicine than eaa be learn
ed from the experience of others T Try It
yourself, and when h has failed to fulfill
'be measure of its effieaey given by the
proprietor, then shandoo faith in it I
Let it Be Remembered,
8rt or all, that EOOFLASD'S Gennao
Bitters is not a ram bevereg. Tbey are
not alcoholic in any sense of the term.
The) are com posed wholly of tbe pare juice
or vital principle of roots. I bis is not
mere assertion. The extracts from which
tbey are compounded are prepared by one
of th? ablest German chemists. Unlike a
ny other Bitters in tbe market, tbey are
wholly freak-am snirilnnns in predion is
The objections which hold with so much
iorce against preparations ol tbieeisss
nsm!y that desiie lor intoxicating
drinks is stimulated by their one are not
valid ia the case of tbe German Bitters.
So far from encouraging or inculcating a
i sate or desire tor inebristiog beverages,
it may h confidently averted that their
tendency is in a diametrically opposite di
eclioo. Their effects can be
in all ce of ibe biliary srstem. Hoof
land's German Bitters stand without as
anal, acting promptly and vigorously upon
theUrer; they rcssuva its torpidity and
cause healthful secretion of 1 ile thereby
applying the stomach with tbe most indis
pensable elements of sound digestion in
proper proportions. They give too to tbe
atomnch stimulating its functions, snd
enabling; it to per form its duties as LSturo
designed it shoad do.
They Purify the Blood,
cleansing -he vitsl fluid of sit hurtful imp
uritieaans) supplanting them with the ele
ments ol genuine bealthfulness. Bnt in
that most generally prevalent, distressing,
and dreaded disease, Dyspepsia.
They Stand Unrivaled.
Now, there are certain classes tf persons
to whom extreme Bitters ars not oaly o
palatable, but who fiod it impossible it
Uke tbem without positive discomfort.
For such Dir. Uooftandi German Tonic bsl
been specially prepared. This preparatioa
is not oily palatable, bnt combines, in mo
dified form, all tbe virtues of the German
Bitters. Is eases of languor or excessive
debility, where the system appears lobave
become exhausted of its energies. EIoo
fland'sTwnlc sets with almost rnarv
elous effect. It gives strength towrattnets
and throws despoodeocy to the winds.
Bal Dr. Hnoftasd's benefactions ts th bo
man race ere not confined to h is celebrated
German DIttera, or bis invaluable
Tonic Be bas prepared another medicine,
which is rapidly winging way io popular
favor becanse of its iotrinsie merits. I'his
is . Hosfland't PMlptiyi:ia
Pills, a pcrhl substitute for mercury,
without any of mercury's evil qnslities.
These wonder ful Pills, which are intended
to act upon tbe Liver, are mainly compos
ed of Podopbyllin, or tbe Vital Principle
of tbe Mandrake Sse. rt is the medicia
al virtues of this health-giving plant.
i Be rnodupnyuia nets directly on tbe Lira
er. Tbe extract ol Mandrake contained ia
them is skillfully combined with four other
extracts, thus producing a pill that influ
ences the entiie digestive sind alimentary
system, and ia its action is entirely free front
nausea, roosesung these much desirable
qaalities. tbe Podopbyllla tw comes invalu
able as a Family PILL &i No
li ousehold should be without them. Tbey
are perfectly safe, require bat two for sa
ordinary dose, are prompt . and tfSeiect ia
action, and when aaes) in connection with
Dr. tlooaand German Bitters, er Tsoie,
may be regarded as certain specifics in all
cases of Liver Cuatpleiot. Dyspepsia or any
of Ihe disorders to which thesvstem is ord
inarily subject. The PODCPBITU
LLIX Pills set npoa the stomach atd th
bowels, while the Bitters or Tonic parity
having protided internal remedies for dis
eases, haa given tbe' world one manly fc.
external application, in tbe wonderful pre
pars tion known as
Dr. Uooflaad's Greek Oil.
This Oil is a sovereign remedy for paiss &
aches of all kiods. Bbeumatism. Neural
gia, Toothache, Chilblains, Sprains snd
Barns, i'aus ia toe Hack and Loins. King-
worm, Ac, Ac, Ac, all yield to its exter
nal application. Toe number of cures (
fected by it ia astonishing, and they art
increasing every day.
Taken internally, it is a core for Heart
burns, JCidney Diseases, Sick Headaches.
Colic, Dysentery, Cholera iiorbu, and
Cramps-, Pains io the stomach, Colds, As
Tbe Greek Oil is composed entirely of
healing gums snd essential oils. Tbe princ
ipal ingrediednt is so oily substance, pro
cured in tbe southern part of Greece. Its
effects as destroyer of pais are trnly magi
cat. Thousands bave been benefitted by
its ase. and a trial by the who e re skept.
ical will thoroagbly convince them of its
These remedies will be sent by exsress to
any locality, npon application to the prin
cipal office, at tbe German Medicine Store.
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CHAS. M. EYAXS.Proo'r.
Formerly C. M. Jackson k Co.
1 bese remedies are for sale by Drneeista .
fttnreaeeper, and medlcios Dealers every