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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR
IT COS K ELS V1LLE i
FRIDAY, . . : . . Not. 18, 18TO.
Morgan Co. Medical oclety.
Ad adjoarced meeting of tbe Morgan Co.
Medical Society will b held io the room
adjoining Robertson's Drag Store, in lie
TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1871.
It Is hoped there will be ft fall nd prompt
The Board of Directors of the
llornn Count JLericaltoral Socie
ty meet et the Mayor' Offioe,
IB AicConneLsville, on -
at 10 o'clock, A. M., to award pre
mmms on Field Crop., and for the
transaction of other important bu
siness. By order of the Board.
" -' Johh 8. Adair, Secretary.
Ifpvember 11, 1370 2w.
Bishop Rosencrans' Lecture.
On Monday morning, a telegram wu
received by Junes Bain, of this place,
stating that Bishop Bosencraas, who
was on LU way here to dedicate the
SainU James . k Patrick Catholic
Church, would delayer a lecture here
on Ute eveaing of the same day. Poet
en were got oat annouccing lha fact,
and at 7 o'clock, P. M., Sbepard's nail
was filled with auditors of all denomi
nations. Tbe substance of the Bish
op's remarks were as follows :
There exists three tiers of religion
ists that claim to be the trua Church
Of vnnst. f irst, those who are con-
rertad by the workings or moving of
the Spirit ; Second, those who take the
Bible, read it, and build op a reb'gion
of their own ; Third, those who are
converted by tbe oral teachings of tbe
Apostles, and afterward read the Bible
for instruction in their path of Chris
' The first tier abore mentioned, is the
denomination of Friends, more com
monly known as Quakers ; and their
position is -impracticable and absurd
because of tbe fact' that no certainty
can be had relative to a religion that
allows its individual adherents to sep
arately proclaim tbe teachings of God,
as each one may conceive the Spirit to
instruct him, because, thereby, two of
the same flock may claim to be instruc
ted in such a manner as to be entirely
antagonistic in their tenets.
The second tier, those who take tbe
Bible, read it, and . form a religion of
their own. labor under a eimilar diffi
culty of impracticability and absurdi
ty, and are of all those who are not
.Anabaptists or Roman Catholics.- By
the rery terms of "such a belief no one
who proclaims a belief, formed by an
honest irtTertigation or reading of the
Bible, end who lives up to bis religion
thus formed, can be said to be in error
in bis belief; and thus we see great
numbers of sects ' scattered over the
world, at antagonism with each other
claiming their tenets to be the truth ;
and, yet, strange to say, presenting
that most ludicrous of paradoxical ab
surdities of truth confronting truth.
Tbe third tier is that of the Roman
Catholic Church, which hoi da that ita
Clergy, with St. Peter, or his represen
tative the Pope of Rome, at their head,
are the Apostles of the Lord and .Sa
vior, Jesus Christ,' specially empower
ed to fro out into the world and preach
tbe gospel to all the people of the
world. Wffile the Church believes in
dissemination of the Bible throughout
tbe world, and ; while ' It has printed'
more editions of the Bible under its
auspices than all other denominations
put together ; yet, it bold thai the
Bible is . especially ' entrusted to the
care of lhe Apostles, and that tbe in
terpretation the Church: gives to the
Bible is not to be gainsaid ; in other
words, that in such matters tbe Church,
with tbe Pope at it bead, is infallible.
While it is not contended but that the
l'ope, or any Bishop, or other Clergy
man of tbe Church may sin ; while it
is not argued that the Catholic Clergy
are unlike other mortals - relative to
tbe sinful propensities of the flesh ;
while we recognize tbat . tbe seeds of
smbition, of avarice, . of. passion,' and
other vices, are in us as they are in all
mortals'; and while we, in common
with the rest of mankind, are beset by
temptations on all sides ; yet, in Spir.
itual matters, we claim tbe Church to
be infallible as a body, and the Pope,
being the mouthpiece of God on earth,
as not to be gainsaid ia such matters.
This infallibility of the Church gives
certainty and uniformity to the beliefs
of nan, and place Use truth of God's
revealed will above the bickerings of
frail and self-sufficient men,
Which of these three tiers is the true
Church 7. . This question may be easily
answered by the citing the date of the
beginning of their existence. While
the Catholic Church -can date back to
the time of Christ, giving tbe time of
the death of all its Pope from Pope
Pius the IX, to St. Peter, showing a
connecting and continuous history
back to the time when Christ empow
ered the Apostles to go forth and
preach the gatpel, the other two tiers
can only show, an antiquity dating
back to the -sixteenth century. The
Catholic Church' bad been in exist
ence about fifteen hundred years be
fore Martin Luther was born. :"
In closing, the Bishop alluded to
many ; things that be claimed were
wrongfully charged against tbe Catho
lic Church, a a Church. lie admitted
tba Catholic Kings and Princes, and
CI orgy men, had done highly censura
ble and damnable things, but be con
tended tbat'rach crimes should not be
charged against tbe Church, holding
that a whole family should not "be con
demned for the perfidy of ene or two
of its members... .
We have not space for a farther no
tice of the "Bishop's remarks. What
we have given, although in our own
language, is as near the substaaee of ;
what he said, on the points mention-j
ed, as we can xamember. j
This i a dreadful cry, ain't it ?
When it breaks upon the midnight
air, rousing citizens from their
peaceful slumbers, who can describe
the terrors it incites? No one, ven.
ily I We may say it blanches the
cheek of tbe most immoble face,
tbat it makes one's hair literally
stand on ends, tbat it chill the mar
row in one's bones, but yet ita hor
rors are but weakly portrayed.
2Irder ! Mcrdib. 1 ! MUBDER ! ! 1
Imagine you bear it ring ont on
the dark, midnight air, reVerbera
ting and resounding from every
wall, its horrid notes penetrating
every nook and corner, and then
giro way to your imagination as
completely as possible, and yon may
arrive at something near an esti
mate of its terrors. ..
And, yet, horriblo as the cry is,
how often does tbe reality of dur-
der, itself, fail lo excite men beyond
that degree occasioned by many
comparatively insignificant events.
Here in AlcConnelsvilIe, in open
daylight, and on Centre Street, on
last Tnesdsy afternoon, at 5 o'clock,
tba truth of this was evidenced,
A young man,, evidently eged a.
boat iwenty-thrte years, named
William F. Tracy, whose home is in
Troy," New York, and trho had been
working for P. . Sweeney & Co., Ci
gar Manufacturers, for about three
weeks previous, was shot down, at
the time above stated, immediately
in front of D. H. Mortley & Co's.
Grocery Store, by Stephen Miller,
keeper of the most notoriously in
famous saloon that ever disgraced
Tbe circumstances were as fol
lows : Tracy went into Miller's sa
loon and called for a pint of whis
ky, and Miller told him that be
hadn't any. Tracy told Miller be
was a bar, whereupon Miller order
ed Tracy ont of tbe bouse. Tracy
said he wouldn't go until be got
ready, and Miller attempted to put
him ont, and Tracy struck him,
bleeding bis face somewhat. ' Miller
started then for a revolver that be
ha been in the habit of keeping
convenient, and Miller's wife, who
was present, told Tracy to leave or
"Stephen would shoot him." Tra
cy started for tbe door, Miller after
him revolver in hand, and gained
tbe street, getting about twenty
feet from tbe saloon door, when Mil
ler gained the street and fireJ at
him, missing bim, evidently shoot
ing over bim purposely. Ilercnjv.
on there ensued some words, Tracy
calling Miller a bar, and Miller
threatening . two or three times to
shoot Tracy, 4r&v'ng ni rrvolver
on him. After these wordy demon
strations, Miller stepped into his sa- j
loon door, and his wife remarked to !
him, "Why, Stephen, your face is
bloody I" This seemed to rouse, a-
gain, the demon m JUiller, for be
immediately responded, "I'll serve
him for tbat I" using some profane
language, and started on tbe run
back into his saloon, hoisting a win
dow opening into the adjoining lot
on which is Woodward & Robert's
Meat Shop, in wh ich (the shop) Tra
cy bad taken refuge, jumped luto
tbe lot, run np to the back window
of tbe Meat Shop, revolver in band.
and only went away when told by
Roberts -tbat Tracy was not in
there, Roberts having, in tbe mean
time, made Tracy leave, telling bim
to go off up street or Miller would
shoot him. ' Tracy started np street.
and Miller about the same time left
the bick window of ' the Meat
Shop and started on a run for the
resr of Mortley's Grocery, where be
gained an entrance, ran through the
store, and met Tracy on the street,
going np street, right at Mortley's
front door, and jumped ont. at him,
exclaiming, "I've got yon now, yon
s n of a b h I" Tracy grabbed
him and pushed him back against
tbe door, and then in tbe scuffle
jerked him ont near the edgcof the
pavement.' -At this juncture, some
body yelled ont, "take tbe revolver
away from Miller," and two men
started for ward . to do so, one of
tbem (Samuel Cochran) getting
hold of him, but not In timelo save
tbe shot which Miller instantan
eously fired. On the shot being
fired, Tracy let go of Miller, stag
gered back a step or two, clapped
his hands to his left breast, and
exclaimed, "I'm shot 1" and turned
round, walked as straight as a man
could walk aronnd the corner, meet
ing Roger Welsh', saying to him,
"Shorty," (a nickname for Welsh),
"I'm shot r and then walked about
twenty paces, and fell, dying with
in three minutes after tbe shot was
fired. He was picked np and taken
over to the New Era Hotel, where,
the next day, an inquest was held,
Joseph Kelly, John B. Stone, Dr.
W. R. Hedges, D. H. Mortley, Ford
Sill, and James W. Kineaid, compo
sing tbe Coroner's Jury, and Doc
tors .Ewing, Brown, and Hedges,
making tbe post Pierian examine
tion, James Watkins, Esq., being
tbe Jasltee directing the investiga
tion tbe absence of the Coroner.
Tbe verdict of the Jury was in sub
stance tbat Tracy name to bis
.' . i it jt r - 1
aeain ,,BI,ck urcu m I"8W'
the bands of Stephen Miller, the
ball entering the body, just below
the left nipple and going through
the heart a little left of the center.
The body of Tracy was forwarded
to his mother in Troy, who was im
mediately notified by telegraph, and
who requested tbat his remains
should be forwarded.
And now we are forced to record
tbe fact tbat so far Stephen Miller,
the murderer of young Tracy, has
not been arrested. Tbe editor of
this paper, and writer hereof, was
an eye-witness of tbe whole of this
affair tbat occurred on the streets,
and has narrated it as be, himself,
saw it, with the additional evidence
of what occurred in the saloon,
which was brought out before the
Coroner's Jury ; and we have fur
ther to narrate the fact, that while
there Were fifty men on the spot
three minutes after the commission
of tbe murder, yet it was ten or fif-
t Apn minntpa f ripreaftar bfnr an'
effort was made to arrest Miller,
. ... . . .
and when it was attempted, resist-,
ante was made in such a threaten-,
ing manner by Miller, who was still
armed, that certain parties inter
fored and caused those who wore
attempting the arrest, one of whom
bad hold of tbe murderer, to desist
from further endeavors in tbat way
until an officer could be found. Tbe
writer hereof seeing this state of af
fairs, he went with all the speed be
could for Sheriff Havener, but found
be was not at home, and seeing Jas.
Watkins, Esq., on the street, told
bim of tbe condition of affairs, and
who immediately repaired to tbe
scene of action, just in time to find
tbat Miller bad either fled or been
hidden away by some of his friends.
Squire Watkins was on the spot
within at least five minutes after
the writer started for an officer.
Efforts were, in the course of an
hour or two, made tp capture tbe
murderer, such, for instance, as
sending out men to scour the conn
try for him ; bnt the most probable
places of bis secretion, eertain lo
calities of McConnelsville, were left
nnsearcbed and unguarded. The
next morning, it was given ont by
word of mouth around town, that
Joshua Davis, one of tbe Commis
sioners of the County, had pledged
the faith of the County to reward
tbe captor of Miller with the
movt sum of 100 ; and, we suppose,
that against Miller has time to get
as far away as the State of Texas,
that it will be proclaimed by post
ers and newspaper advertisements
that the County will give $1,000 for
bis arrest. Although we have a
telegraph line here, and althongb it
was possible for Miller to make tbe
Slate of West Virginia in ten or
twelve hours, or several railroad
points in less time, yet it seems that
tbe expense of - telegraphing is bo
great that those in authority could
not think of spending tbe people's
money in using tbe wire to give in
formation to the authorities else
where that a murderer was at
large. At least they did not do so
on Tuesday evening, and we dc not
know that they have done so since,
but it is barely posBible tbat tbey
did after it was too late to do any
good, if Miller left McConnelsville
on Tuesday evening. Economy in
tbe management of the finances of
the people is a very good thing, bnt
it strikes us that in matters jeoper-
dizing the lives of onr Citizens, that
a little more liberality in tbe draw
ing of the public purse strings
would be commendable. The peo
pie of Morgan bad better pay liber-
erally for tbe arrest of criminals,
than to allow them to go, thereby
giving Iicenso to men to commit
crimes within her borders. Such
government is do better than anar
chy, the worst form that can poesi
. Bui now that Miller ia sLTl al
large, and possiWy may never be
arrested, the question may woll be
asked, "Is there any one else re
sponsible for this crime ? The an
swer tnnst be "yes f" to this ques
tion. Community, and every ra
tional man and woman of which it
is composed, must bear the burden
of it, is responsible for it. Stephen
Miller's saloon has been notorious
as an Infamous, law-defying place ;
every man and woman in onr town
knows its reputation ; all have
known for months, too, that he has
been in the habit of shooting at in
dividuals whenever Lis anger has
been excited. Still, notwithstand
ing this ; and notwithstanding the
place could have been declared a
nnisance at any time, and elosed
np; yet community, officers of the
law sworn to take cognizance ot
such matters, and to institute such
measures as would abate them, all
have quietly allowed the place to be
kept open, a disgrace to communi
ty, and always jeopardizing the
lives of our citizens, and we are told
that it is now rnnning in full blast,
under the management of Miller's
Three weeks ago we recorded the
horrible accident that happened to
John A. Harvey, who fell into tbe
alt kottle, when m a state of intox
ication, and this week we record
ibe death of a man killed by liquor
in Athene county, on last Saturday,
and also this horrible tragedy which
has occurred in oar own village, and
we asb it the people of this locality
are not pretty nearly convinced
tbat oar present liquor l&ws should
be enforced to the letter and to the
spirit, and that we should have
laws enacted tbat will banish the
infernal traffic from the land 7 Let
every man and woman ask them
selves tbe question, and answer it as
to them seems proper.
Slavics at the Grove Church, Meigs
ville township, is appointed at 3 o'clock,
P. II., next Sabbath.
Thi Saints James k Patrick Catholic
Church, of McConnelsville, was dedica
ted on last Tuesday morning.
Thi first snow of the season, and ex
ceedingly light at that, fell on Tues
day. Moat Cabinet change are reported
to be in contemplation at Washing
ton. Err. H. Coon was installed as Pas
tor of the McConnelsville Presbyte
rian Church, on Wednesday evening.
. , ,
Waannx Panxirs, Prohibition can-
didftte for GoTernor of MMsachu,ett8f
r(N.fi:--d so 999 : vn4rMi
uu fuueij-Bix towns.
Dxira Faox Whisky is Aram Cotrv
tt. We are informed that a man
named Johnson, of Athens county,
came to his death by means of Whisky
on last Saturday. He and another man,
whose name we are. not informed of,
drove into Ames town on business.
While there they beame intoxicated,
and started for home when in that con
dition. . Incited by. alcohol,' they put
their team to the utmost speed possi
ble, upset the wagon, killing Johnson
outright, and seriously injuring his
companion. Another charge to the ac
count of the traffic, and the consequent
Dno On the 6th instant, at his re
sidence in Bristol township, Morgan
county, Ohio, Datib S. Bichat, aged 43
years, 1 month, and 8 days. The de
ceased was born in Washington coun
ty, Pennsylvania, and immigrated to
Perry county, Ohio, in 1836, and from
there came to Morgan county in 1841,
tettling in Bristol township, and resi
ded there the remainder of his life.
He married, in August, 1864, Miss Jan
Q. Lawrence, daughter of A. J. Law
rence, of Bristol township, ' whom he
now leaves with three small children
to mourn him. His disease was Ty
phoid Fever, with which he was afflict
ed for three weeks. Although not a
member of any Church, yet he express
ed his feelings of security in a future
state, and was willing to go to that
bourne from whence no travler re
turns. . .
"FrRNiSHiNQ. It has long been
known to tbe citizens of McCon
nelsville and Malta, that there is a
class of men in their midst who
have been in the habit of purchas
ing intoxicating liquors for minors,
persons in the habit of getting in
toxicated, and others tbat could not
buy such liquors . for themselves.
Such persons, by so doing, violate
tbe State Liquor .Laws, rjhich say
it is unlawful for any one to "fun
isb" intoxicating liquors to such
persons. On last Monday,' an ind:
viJual was arrested, brought before
James Watkins, ' Esq , and bound
over to Court on a charge cf furn
ishing intoxicating liquor to a mi
nor ; and, as we are informed that
all persons who violate the Law in
this particular are to be ferreted
ont and prosecuted, we write this
article notifying them of the impen
ding danger. We are told that cer
tain countrymen are often induced
to purchase liquors for these pre
scribed parties, and probably it is
the case that they do so thought
lessly. We woald advise them in
the future to be more gnarded in
their actions relative to this mat
ter, and to desist from it altogether,
as it may bring thent to grief ere
they are aware of it.
Received at Antra's Book Store, a few
days since, amone which we mention ifer
ehandUe Tagt, Stetl Pent, Tinting Card,
Dictionaries, School Books, and a fine as
sortment of Miscellaneous Publications.
Realy-made white shirts, Cscsf
mere shirts, and Men's knit Jackets, bow at
B, Ladies' Far Trimutsd Hoods, and
Fnrs of all kinds, sod at prices to salt cus
tomers, at BalUdty k Co'.
. Guilt, Rose Wood and Rustic Pic
tore frames eocstantly os heed or BMde to
order on short notice. We use ffnly the
best French Glass in ear smstt frames, a
very valuable coniderstion io 6oe nieiorct.
, H. B. YlXCEirr k BRO.
TStm stock of School Caskets, contain
ing many useful articles for pupil in the
school room, just received at ADAIR'S
M&" Yarns! Yams 1 Tha best assort
meet in town. Wool socks and knit mit
tens at SILL'S.
Book Clamps t
New stock of Book Clamps, for the ess
of Scholars in carrying Books to and from
School, a very derirable article, just re
ceived at AftAia's Book Store.
S3f For fine Razors and Pocket Knives
go to VINCENT'S.
Another nice batch of Notioca to
be received at SILL'S this week, includ
ing a great many nice things suitable (or
Family Bibles f
A lartre and exeellettstock of FAMILY
BIBLES, splendidly rotten irsr. durable,
substantial, and cheap, various styles, si-
see, and prices, received at Anaia s Booh
Store a few days sine.
1Q. Violio and Guitar String. A
fresh l jnst received, of tbe best quality,
and for sale very low, at t INCENTg.
w Bern is' Goods ! W have a nice
line of Remia' Caffs, Bern is' Dickens Cot
tar, Shakespeare Collar, an extra nice
thing, at SILL'S.
Something New I Bow -ideal cel
lar, each boa contains one silk bow. Gests
call and see them. For sals by Halliday k
T AXES Ft) It 1870.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS OF 9IOBGATV COtJSTt.
In pursuance to the law, I, Samuel B. Yocora, Treasurer of said Morgnn
County, do hereby notify the Tax-payers thereof, that the rate of Taxation
tor the year 1870, are correctly stated in the adjoining table, howing the
number of Mills levied on each dollar of taxable property in each of the town
ships and incorporated towns in said Morgan County :
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C oS c c co ceoooocccsoc
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c 13 c i; -i o; p c c. i; io h: -i
Each person charged with Taxes for
8 " opiion, pay me iuii amount oi said taxes, on or
before the 20th of December next, or half thereof on or before December 2oth
1870, and the remaining half thereof on or before the 20th of June, 1871. '
A penalty of 5 per cent, is imposed by law on all taxes assessed on Person
al property, if not paid at those dates. Also a penalty of 20 per cent on all
Taxes assessed on Heal Estate, if not paid by the time speci5ed.
i. 81MIEL B. l'OCUll, Treas. M. I'. O.
Treasurer's Office, Nov. 4, Ifi70-4w. '
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the year. 1&70 on the tax duplicate of
' ScIantalScally LavalopocL
An maskiad, fmtn indi0rretUii ot oiber Camws. hn
been dootod to fntTcr from dt?it, po alo hm rera
df for di tii proviod. 0:ir htt! And vatltrw
hotiM villi recta atfid bartis, whirl. If acr oil il call r
prepaared ail tmpodrw:-vi, will restore hfal'h and
vigor to Um iavmlid. To il aco a remedy we tbould
seek om thai ha tood the tct if a?
Sre Cits for Liver Cocplalat,
Sure Cote for S73?epjia,
Sire Cx-e fsr DetOity,
Sure Curs for Jnsiice,
Sare Cars far IVasTrru,
ai all ilTHKii arl-:n tmm woknMS or want of
c'ion In (he Lifer or l!sesilve Ur-iw. Tb gnu
And all dUeao Arising from it. To pret preruat-
FEYER AND AGUE.
It is tn Impossibility for ny " ! burr FWw od
Aim. if they n'ui uw a few Iwttks of UiU ruiamlT
eacn prta -xl fell.
$100 $100 $100
Writ be gtrau for n? cam of thi. dUenM that omtn
ar.y on IkU aa tUe Cittern or Touic . a pro-
The who Uare Uw Fcrr and .Vth w'B 1d. aft-r
Mtc eh lit hint I, that h nUf alVw fctUit ol
ikse Bittern ur Timic. lh.it tit diim'a wtti nt ivtuni.
TbArsemtio litis will ilw.QiWirCUtWMo avtr
Itian any other ka-ntn mrxfl v.
Tiw rvms1i- were pLlrfl hefon? IhepoMic thirty
iTan aso. with ai! the riv)ndkt,of ni-callrd Yrit
ui-f.icitrtt' opirratiii? aaiitat tiacm. bnl nklnatlv inrir
virtites htcankj kaiowu aiiditow. h-nav.ihyriari at
The hew) or ail preianMhm 1 ibe.r cia. with Um
liiriirvrin of einiuetii jtades, lawyera, clorygvmen
Jifavd the KUluwirr; jrnpt an1 If von find that
jronr Kystcra i ailvciwl by aiy of thorn, to may rvt
i?nird that diawaau tu ctnitrxfrcr H attack o Dm
ntoat tmportaiit vr?nnnt rtmr body, d lUiUMi veum
clMChed hy Um m of powerful n:ned. a miiN:ra!tc
iile, awusi leniaiiiaiiiii; ia duaih, will be um raaiL
vrzrt Ptlrr. Fit)
or H)iod tt U lluad. Art
dity l the stutnaoti. Nausea,
IltaiTionrn. Dii-i ftr FuskI, Fal
Be r Wright la tlie STiiiTtach, wr
Ernclathm. Hinktir or Klniienrt'-at the
PUtf th! t.arnarh, bwiinmiu of Use U'-md.
Hrfrrod or lutlictth Bivtuiiiik;, Flutterii at tbe
Qoart. C'liokin; or utFicatinu Kriatiiiua w&eti in
a lying pomre, Utinrres f Vii-km, Dot ox
Weiu belons tlic Sittt, Dull Iaia in the Het,
i)iV;hMi-y of rVrNp ita tlon, tIKwtieja of
tbeSituoand Eve Patu lu t s- hwie.
Ikick. rtst. L:mrr4. etc., twhU-u
flnh-f of llmt, BurtKO lu
the Ftesab, OiNitant ln
atiiaiafj of Kvil. mad
Or. -fit Orprc
Al intftUe! dlease of th Uw or rltttrs Ouia,
combusd with tin part: biood.
- HO OFIiAND'S
CTrlrly r'ttaw. and eontAin no Ittrnor. Ttli
compound of Vloid Kxtraei. f ho Hoot. Herb. aii
Barka from which Uat axtnera re mAilr. are irAtb
ered in Germany; All th metlicinftl viriutv an ex
tracted from them by a -if mule cbcnrljt. Tlrav -tracti.
are the forwarded to 1 liii eoanrnr to be arfed
expraMly for Uie manoiacuire of thi Bitiera. There
ia no alcoholic mh-taace of anr kiud oaed In eooa-
mmid1Idk tlie Bitten: hence it ia free from all the o
jectiuu Incident lo the nae of a Itquor prepArauuo.
It a comblTiattoB or all t ieTredlcnta of tb Kltter.
with tbe parext quality of lanta Cn Kaoi. Oraitfa,
Vc It in aaed fcr tUrMune d:eHe aa th Bur io
caatca WaMTs aotte piw alcoholic auiiuulna U rtrjired.
I. tlce fle foflnwlnir wan aerer before offend in behalf
off any atedRinajl jirrparaiHm:
HOX. U. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Jmtfcecf tbe Supreme Coart of Peatwylvauia
I dod 94 Ilnriffarhra i rt:rtaii Uttlert." ia tfond INhiIc.
aaefol ia diaeaee of too dieative oixaua, aua of
treat bxnent la cues of deltility and vast of Kmn
acuuu m uie avaicoi. Ituir imiv,
. HOX. THO.mO.V,
Jajtice of tbe Sapruaw t'oort of Peaain-lrania.
VLil ut,l,M.i Attril fin tf
Teon5idernIooftand'a Gerunm Biuera avalnabte
kedkrine ia caw of attacks of Iodleatloa or ly-pviv
BU. Aaa cvruiy Hiiv iroaa By apvnttliceoi II.
Yuora, with mepect.
TIOW. GEO. KHAK4WOOD,
Joatieeot the Supreme Coart of PeaetfylTantA.
JtilaUrtchia. Jme 1M. ISfiS.
I have band by eiperiuuce tut "Houdaod'a Uer
man Btltern'' ia a rery good tonic, relierfn dyspeptic
eynrpia auxhm azroutiy.
U SOROS SHARSWOOD.
nOI. WX. 1. ROCEatS,
Mayo of the CM? of Buffalo, N. V.
lta.jor't C.Uff. Bnf.ilo. Jmt tM. 19H.
I have a-d -ddoiUM aUeniiAu Bittei and Tonic'
in my fitakily darinjr the past rear, and cam rucota
tend them as an excellent tonic, impartta lone aad
vuror to too srwin. 'i neir aae aa oven proaoctira
of decidedly bsneJk.UI olTuclA.
Wt V. KOGEBA.
Hnoflsnd'a German Rxmedln sr r mnterfbited.
See that tbi rin iture of C. M. JACKSON n on UM
wrapper of each bottle. All other Are coonlerfeit.
TMnritrsl of5c ani matiutactnrr at the Oermaa
MctUrine Store, No. 31 AltCU S'i'KbST, FhlbuitJ-
phiA, I'a. .
CHAS. II EVA17S, Prop'r.
x-wrjpserttr -J" - .naaMii m w-
Iloofland's Certnaa Fitters, per bottle t. St.ee
Boooand's iermAn Tonic, pat apiaqLhoUlea aHr)
per bottle, or a half ducen fur 7.50
lloonaml s uermau nitier., nan uoaen m.mr
Do aot fonet to examine welt the article yoa bay
oraex so get u genutao-
For Sale by- all Druggists,
And Dealer ia Medicine ciujaueia.
McConnelsville, 6b (e,
D SALES 15
PAINTSIIS, AND iYARNlSHES I
GLASS, PUTTT, M.C.
Pure Wines and Liquors
FOR MEDICAL rSE. .
Ore Woods and Dye Scuffs gen
erally. jtT" Gteal ear always ned"ia selecting
"onr Drngs. We aim to keep nothing
Uat is inferior. Prescription put np
r-in a safe aad eaiafut manner. V
4rwonld be glad to bay aonte of your
GET THE BEST!
iWS.t-JiNtk KUst abi tt)ss f-J
10. F. . PJ
OR, IX PLAIN TTPE, THE
Try one Packaaeand be Con
25cts. or 5 for $1
For Sale by Dratrrlste k. Const-
CisaATi, O., Oct. 8, 1170. -8.
Sorairuf. McCooDelgTilla, O: Seed
ns fire irrofs of joar Cattle Powderi,(Ohio
Farmer'a) " A. B. MEBEIAM 4. CO.
Tna Ohio Farmer'a Conditioo Powders
!t tbe best medicine for bone 1 bars em
ruerl. and I hare tried buuiv olhers Team.
ster for UeCoorjelsrille 8ab Factory.
Porter k Fyle bay Ohio Farmer's Con
Tbey enred my horse wbn T and all my
neighbors tboaglit he woald die.
j. ncuuvi nisi
oTnnp PowrJers (Ohio Farmer's) should
be more need arsons' the farmers tbaa they
are. I kr.ow them to be a good thin lor
stock." J. A. AJAIa.
They are a rood thing lor stock. DB.
Ab far the Ohio Farmer'a Coodilioa
Powders, and take no other.