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cTWO DOLLARS A IfiiB tl
- " AlfVAXCE. '
FRlbAY, . . bc, 18TO.
Morgan c8. Medical Society.
As adjonrced mmiog ot the U organ Co.
Medical Society wUi he arid in the room
- djoiiiiog &uberi8?n'a Drug Store, in 11c
Cvncelsville, ori .
- TUESliit, JAN. 3rJ, 1871.
It is fcoprd there vUl be a full and prompt
Bttendioce: . No.IlU',0,U.
PrBUG MEETIAUt-A public
faceting of the Independent Order of
. Good Templars will be held at the Mo
' Connelsville Lodge Boom, on FRIDAY
ttESlXG, (December 9th,) of next
'week. Everybody, whether a member
, of the Order or not, is solicited to at
tend. Speckl invitation is extended
- to the Children. - Turn out, and hare
a1 good time generally. '
FESTITAL lTh I-aJioe of the
t'pivertalijit Church will hold a Festi
val in MORRIS' DA IX, on Thurs
day Evening, December 8th, 1870.,
Everybody is invited. The McCon-
. uelsville Band will b'b present. AD'
3itSS'IOX, 15 Cents.
Uev. J. P. McLais viH preach at
the Lniversaliat Cuurou on next
Stbbatb, both nicVaing- and' even
1'emembek the Meeting of the
Morgan County -Bible Society next
Sabbath eveoitfg, at C o'clock, at
the Protestant Method iet Church.
Beporta of the operationa of the So
ciety, during the yea?; trill be read.
Aso new ofiicere elected and .ad
dresses will he delivered. Contrib
utions will bo taken up in tho
Churches in the morning and in the
evening. All are invited! to at
tend. . -
FESTITAL. ! There will be a Fes
iival of the 31 E. Church at MORRIS'
I1AEE, Wednesday Evening, Decem
ber 7th, 1870, for the benefit of the
Sabbath fchooL Doors pen at half
past six o'clock. ' Admission, 15 Cents.
The public are cordially invited to at
The Herald's article, of last week,
on the Tracy murder, evinces, a
mongst other things", a dispsiiion
Co cater to the wishes of everybody
- to a degree that generates disgust
in every right-thinking nil ad. .
. The week before, it allov.-od an
.individual of official position in the
County, to publish in Its" cola tons,
under the nod de plume of "L." an
aritle reflecting upon the County
Commissioners, and specially strike
ingnt josuua lavis lor pieoging
the faith of the County to the pay.
ment of but 5100 in case Wilier was
orreeleJ ; and last woek, a?tr find
ing that 31 r. Davis was not pleased
thereby, and being afraid tor tell
Mr, Da vis who wrote said article
because said official personage
might be offended by giving public
Ay to bis name, It copies the por
tion ot our article touching on the
same po:ht, and then attempts to aa-
tuago Mr. Davis' ieclings by assert-j
ing it to be all wrong to place the
burden of the matter on his should-
e'rs making the Contervative solely
-i.o . .. .1
responses ior wnatever there baa;
been of reflection on Mr. Davis, and I the
Til i-1 M rt f li A IT rr 77-7 in lh twMttinn 1
of Mr. Davis' sympathizing defen
While we do not object to should
ering any ill-feeling Mr. Davis may
entertain toward us relative to tins
matter, ll be has any, . and we do
not know . that be. has, we do
protest against such pusillanimous,
dirty crawling in our neighbor, es
pecially whcB, by so doing, the at
tempt is nia Je, to platfe" tfs'id a false
position. " -
What we said of Mr. Davis was
iiitended not lo rt fleet on bim more
than upon other oficialsj but rather
6 indicate the inaction' lethargy
and inefficiency that pervaded all
ih authority here' at' that time, llr'
Davis, occupying as" he does-are-
sponsible office, ', will have to beaf
Kis proportion of tho oUTbiJuy that
bas descended, by means of this dis
play of inefficiency, upon our t-ora-m'unity,
and particularly upon our
officers resident in and' aoo"at'Mc
Connelsville, and he will not h"kve
l6 bear any more than his propor
tion of it."
It strikes us that a 'paper that
will allow one County official to at
tack another in its columns, under
a"non de plume, relative to the lat
ter 'a official acta, all concerned be
longing to one and tho same politi
cal party, and then withhold the
n'dme of the person' attacking from
the person attacked, ard then at
tempt to reconcile the feelings of
the attacked cScial by giving' out
to the public thsC adofier tJBrsoIi
was the instigator of the descend
ing of public censure on said attack'
cd official's,head, aad then deny the
justice of his being visitedT'tfitL that
public cor.sufe vren, it strikes us
t&at such a paper is dcservinoBiy
or the contempt of ail honorable,
fair-minded fu"eS: tHi wlJ venture
that Mr. Davis, himself? tfiinlTa
trie last of tht (511.00 is iS'6ur pock:
et. . - - Jot
AVs have had niuueroas calls, wilhin
the 'past few days, iu response to our
5514.00 article of last week. Like an
omnibus that always has room for one
more, we bold ourselves in readiness
to wait on all that have not yet respon
ded, and will continue to do so until
An Opportunity for Home Enterprise.
Frequently; very frequently, we
might aay, we bear it asset ted by
oar citizens that we are wanting in
opportunities for enterprising in
vestments of money and labor ; and,
that, consequently, men of wealth,
and thCse seeking wealth by means
cf honest industry, have bad to em
igrate to localities more favored! by
opportunities for investment ; and
the cause of this want of opportuni
ties is assigned to be our lack oi
railroad communication with the
While ii is true that a railroad
would add greatly to us aa a com
munity in this respect, yet it oc
curs to us tbnt, if we would but en
deavor to build ourselves up' as best
we can with the communication!
we alreadv bavo. not onlv all th'e i
n an mm4 maoTia rf l.f rvv-rro t A.wintvJ
would find ample and profitablo j
employmenl, but we would find for
eign capital and labor settling a-
The truth of this bas been exem
plified in the manufacturing enter
prises ol Cochran, Bosmac & Co.,
and the Brown-Manly Plow Com-
pany, and 6'lhers of a smaller kind,
whom we might mention, that have
sprung tap here within the past two
or three years ; and we think they
should be forcible in their impress
of what can tfo done here m Mc
Connels villa and alta, even tinder
our present circumstances, should!
. .... U ' J !l ..-. -
we out evince a determination jo
At present, there is one of the
finest opportunities for the men I
means of this community to estab
lish a profitable manufacturing bus
iness i& taf midsi, thai ever was
offered to a people. We refer tQ.the
establishment of a Baggy and Wag'
on Spring Manufactory. Capt. B
F. Power's patent "Anti-friction
Spring" for Buggies", Carriages,
Wagons, 4c, is certain t5 bbcome
one of the most profitable inven
tions' ever patented, and it is only
qu eft ion for time to (elf what
com m unity is to bo benefitted by
the manufacturing of trera. This
Spring is so constructed that each
couplet of leaves constitutes a per
fect Jfpnug 61 the Elliptic stylo ;
arTd, on depression, the leaves unite
to support each 6tnef without ff id
tion, and eejfarato, ft'gdln', on re-ac-.
tion. It has, at least, three times
the power of resistance that the old
style of Elliptic Spring has, and bas
more elasticty tfian any Spriag ever
invented, and IS almost impossible
to'Ereak upon" re action. It requires
less steel than is used in other
Springs, and takes less labor to
manufacture It ; andconsequerjily,
co3ld.!fe sold cheaper than any oth
er. It has been tested, too, and is
found to give better satisfaction, by
far, than the inventor baifasy idea
Considering tliesb fa'i'ls' and also
considering that it will take but a
small amount of means to make a
start in this business, an J that the
facilities ftJr carrying c'K tae basi-
Bess only rieed to be increased as
demand increases, and that the
prospect i a so favoraofe for it a-
mpunting to an immense business,
ask if the business men of this
community can afford to allow some
other community to reap theac
vantages that will arise from the
location of such li manufactory in
their miSst ?
Ooe of the best plans for secur
ing our longed-for railroad, is to use'
advantages we already have to
very best purposes, to' pat ouY
capital and labor to work in such a
manner as to attract tho attention
foreign capitalists, thereby show
a disposition to work out oar
financial salvation, foreign
capital is not goi5g to locate a
mongst us, and bmtd us raiiroails.
while wo are evincing a disposition
inert (0" justify an expectation
we will raise ani'manafac'tsre
commodities to transport over said
when built ! If foreign capi
tal comoS hereT it will come for the
purpose of maiing-money off of our
industries and enterprises.
It is a fact worthy of the eonsid-
ertfchv'ofoar people, as showing
tendency ef lfi members of the
vartoaf religtoos'' deabrhinations in
tnisoacty to ' supply tt'enrfeWves
tbe necessary Books in the'r
devotional exercises,' that during
theiittlo more than five years that
Messrs. Adaib Bros, bave been en
gaged in the Book trade, that they
sold more Christian Hymn
than those of all the other,
denominations combined. They
reoeived a new and excellent stock
theso "jooJs' to dayi
News from the European Wat is
still talking about peace,
general conference' and such like.
Th'E children ot a drunkard, by
name of Bates, living in Z ines
brought suit against oneSchu-
!6t soiling their father whisky.
verdict oi $300.00 ' was awarded
New Fajhlt tiaocsai.' W. A. Math
k Co., have opened out s Family
Grocery in the Buckeye Block, on Cen
street, McConnelsville, and intend
malting it one of the first-class estab
lishments of the Villas." ' Mathews 5t
have a goodly amount of go-ahead
ativeness about them.
Ex SHEEirr J. C. JIubduck'b
wife died on Thursday night of lust
wek. She leaves several small
children; ,1b youngest of whom
wat but eleven days old at the time
of her death.
Ezka Woodwabd has established an
other Meat Market. The new one is
located in the Buckeye Block, aid will
be convenient for his patrons of the
Central, and eastern portion, of the Vil-
lage. his oia juaricei, locaiea near me
foot of Center streei, will be kept in full
operation, atf usual.
Da. Hambleton has a comnfani
catiaa in this week's issue. He en
tertains some very unpopular idoaS
of things Divine, don't he t lie bag,
however, very Strong convictions
relative to his ability to convince
the most skeptical to bis nay of
thinking. . ...
rrit t n an ri frw rlnh rr Alovor at in.
Da. S. Bhiksox, of Chesterfield, has
Kriikn foT year and money fm
the same. A few such men as the
Doctor in every Township of this Cow
ty, would soon fun our subscription
list up to a higher figure than any pa
ner has ever been able to claim in the
County. Suppose some of iba test of
our friends make an exertion in this
way. See club rates.
Thx Jfariettian, of Nov.' 26th
says : "Mrs. .Louisa M. Congdon
wife of Buell Congdoc, proeecuted
Henry Gerken, of Harmar, for sell
ing liquor to her husband, and res
covered $312.00 damages. This is
the first case of the kind in the
Conntv. bat it will not be the
Is Wayne county, New York, a man
named Gahaj has just been sentenced
to be hunt on the 21st of December,
for murder. He .was remarkably cool
all through' the trial, and when his
fionbr asked him if he had anything' (b
ay remar&ea mat oe woman i nip
cent whether he lived or died." The
Judge didn't offer to "head and tail"
63 chifie'e. JPiits.jrgsij.
A Wosd to Bora. Begin in early
life to collect libraries of your own.
Begin with a single book and when you
find or hear of any first-rate book,
obtain it if you can. After a while eef
another, as you are able, and be sure to
read it Take the best care cf your
books; and in this way, when you are
men, you will haVe good libraries in
your heads, as well' as on your shelves'.
Ascthkr Lodge or I. Q. Gt. T's"
Organized. On Wednesday last,
the 30th nit, the 'Bide Bock' Lodge
I. U. G. T's. was organised at
jaytport, by Ana Alderman and
John F. Sigler, of the McConaels
ville Lodge. Officers were elected
follows : John W. "Roberts, W.
T.r Annie E. Arment, W. V. T.;
Sarah El ifawherter, R. S.; B. F.
Kinkade, F. S.; Ilarinah Mawhert-
er, Treas.; Mifflin Eaily,' Marshal ;
Edward Kint, Cnuplainj'EIi Batlur,
D: Marshal;' H". W. Baily, Al HI S.;
Jam'ea Morris, T. G ; B. K. Hiiroblo
ton" O. G.; Oliver T. Iinapp, P. W.
T. The only liqior seller in
Gaysport movod to Zanesville im
mediately alter' the organization of
the Ijode. r
D a.mel Lxwis, of Trenton, Ohio,
leTt'h'opie, oae day lsT week, while
suffering under an attack of deliri
rium tremens. Ho was looked -for,
at'3 href bodv. When lbuTTd.'Savs the
y ' , j . . ' - I I
,."",- ,j . t .V. 1
E.gister, presented cne of tho most
Tan eves !
horrid spectacles tEat humi
called to witness. In tho ntidet
a thick undergrowth of brush
and briers lay Lewis stark dead,
head resting in a hilleido gut
ter, and hts bodv torn, lacerated
briers. 'Around were indications
a most horrid death. 1 tie twigs
and bashes, wilhin a few feet of
bim, had been wrenched from the
or snapped off near the roots,
most probably by bis teeth or nails,
while in the wriliuflgs cf death. He
straggled with hs feel that the
was thrown about hiui, and a
deep bolo made in tbe earth. The
visions that passed before Lis fren
tied mind must have been indescri
TeMPIRASCX B.OVEMKNTIN WaSH;
tHT3Tofi''CocsTr Most of our read
will remember' an' article we
publisEed some time' last Summer
wherein was set forth' tbe action of
Temperance element of Mariet
ta and Harmar in petitioning the
Liquor Tenders of ttioso towns to
desist from their nefarious and uu-
lawful traffic. Th petition was re
cerved coldly and wasn't regardet
the least?. The Temperance men,
tnereiore, went quietly to worK, se
cured the services of a Cincinnati
detective, Charles E. Butts, former
of this County, and, at a retfenl
bf ineCourf cf Common Pleas
said County, had the Urand Jury
find ninety -two indictments for
violation, of the State LiqiiorLaws
the County. Some of these ca
are now oeisg Ir'ed, but most of
have been continued ufatil the
tore) Of tbe Court. In caae of
conviction, thi Xudge, 'Loomiaf by
we believe, is imposing a
fine and the costs as a.punish
Said Judge will find, afer
bas bad a little more experience
such matters, that .fines will not
answer the ends of the laws in such
that the only way to stop vi
olations of our Liquor Laws is to
out the full punishment to
who i transgress.
Bxxembxb that C. Burckhblter is
t ' lt 1 l t . : .
paying Cash lor Turkeys. Chickens,
j n i .. . '
ana ueese, wnetner aressca or a
hve. A Icq of W hisky stimulated two
men to kui a lamiiy ot five, near
Potosi, Missouri; on ' the 17th ult.
The, family consisted of a man and
bis wife and one child, and a sister-in-law
and her child.., The killing
was done by shooting the man, and
chopping the woman and children
Into pieces with an ax. The fiends,
after tho murdering, of tbeir vic
tims, set fire to the house, and
burned up the bodies.,...'
Progress by Land. Many Tears
aero, when most of the North River
sloops came in at Coenties slip, the
Levant, a packot from FisuailLanr
chared off the Battery, to wait for
a cnange or tide. A passenger, who
for the first time bad been on a sail
ing vessel, and who during the trip
down,' had fcben anxious to steer the
craft, not noticing the vessel was at
anchor, was told that he might take
tne beln. Ureenhorn obeyed, t,he
captain cautioned him as he was
going below to keep clear of other
vessels. The tide went rushioz by
causing "helmsman" to beliove that
the boat was making prodigious
neaaway. Alter awnilo tne captain
thrust his head out of tho cabin
foor, and inquired bow he was get
ting on. t "First-rate. by water," was
the reply, "but very slow by the
iana. ., ., . , .
JlrCosxEUTiLLr, Dep. 2. 1870.
FLOUR Best famil S0;
CORN MEAL0,80 per bashel.
COBX 50 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, f 0.90. Fall.S1.05.
OATS 33 tents per busbel, wholesale.
HAY" $10 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED $3,50 nboleitle.
FLAX SEED SI 75 to 2 00.
BKAKS SI 50 per bushel.
DRIED APPLES Set, per pound.
DRIED PEACHES 82 50 per bosh.
POTATOES 0 "5 per ousb at
BUTTER 30 eta. per pound,
EGOS 20 tts. per dos,
FEATHERS 75 ets. per lb.
6UUAR 12 to 15 exr. per lb.
WHITESUOAB 14 to 17 ets.. lb.
COFFEE 20 to 25 ets. per lb.
TEA- HI 00 to 1 60 par lb.
MOLASSES Sorghum 50 cen's
b 1 Kb r i oo per jraiion.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
CAXDLES-20cts per lb.
SOAP bvar 6 to 8c.
8ALT 81.75 per bbl.
WOOL 4i) to 2cls oer lb.
fvIDES Pickeltd, 15 ets per lb.
CARBOX OlTj 35cts. per gsllno.
LINSEED OlL-1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per galloo.
CODFISH 10jU per lb. ,
BI SIX ESS NOTICES.
Second Hand Arms Wanted!
We will, for a short lime, buy the follow.
ing second-hand arms :
CoTt'sJ Xavy Pistols. -Colt's
Colt's Dragoon Pistols,
H. B. VIXiTST BRQ.
AXTTIIIJfG in the Wooden ware tine or
-.v article of Tinware can besupoliedat
IT times, at Sill s.
OSA new supply of Dr. Duncan's Ex
pectorant just received by St 'me.
ROPE Ushers for sale at Sill'i. '
t. Hundreds of lives hare been pro-,
longed by using a few bottles cf Duncan's
Expect oro til. The living witnesses are all
tVE intend having an immense stock of
Goods suituble for the Holidays, this year
rememter it at Sill's.
SSiTZ changeable weather tee are now
.- . I. J J i. I. r -
railing muuee uo;a; ana www, sna cvsm I
rj,Wy thoiM endeavor tolhecK them all
once petore it it too late, by using Dun
Trunks, satchels, Kailrosd bags and
antes, all styles in stock, at Sill's.
j. 1 1
t Use Dbucan's
The best stock of Yarns in this mar
ket Li at Sill's.
m s si
CLOCKS 1. Clocks t ! Clocks I ! ! Largs
lot of clocks received this week at the Jewelry-store
of H..B. Vincent k Bro.
VKeep in mind that the best placa to
purchase School Books, and all kinds of ccAeef
Supplies is at A due's Book Store.
t&Lm- TJurutandi of lieino witnesses testi
to the virtue in Duncan's Expectorant.
Cloves, all grades, at Sill's.
llolliday Gifts, Toys and useful arti
cle suitable for gifts in great variety'
the Queensware Store.
Jt-Vice atoclr of Kecktie. and scarfs.
just received direct from Philadelphia, at On
0iu s. .uii lag iwwbui, . I
Fl ! st
Xo mistake about it, the Shoo
Cigar is the best cigar ever introduced.
this community as can be seen from
the creat Quantity manufactured and
sold tv P. Svfeeney & Co. .Every coun-J
. , . . . i
try merensnt ougQfc to give mom s.
trial, thev will nna them a saleable
rigs?, and pay a good profit.
J Lfse Duncan's Expectorant !
New stock oCJHclionaries just received1 st
Adah's Book Store on yesterday. They have
large stock, of all sixes, and are anx ous ta
supply every family and stn.lent in k
County with one of these indispensable and
The Politx Fob MahsIaughter.
-'When man b.is tee a dosed to
death witlrtbjijeral poisons, we are
told that his medical attendant has
"lost a pationt." It would be rnde
say "the patient has beep, pois
oned." Yetlhat .would bo tne truth,
it is treason to humanity to dis
guise. j Dysueptics, nervous suf
ferers, .debilitated and, broken down
invalids tjf every typo, if you covet
that inestimable blesijitc, physical
Vie(5t'.res5ort..V7'ithout delay, to lloo-.
band's German Bitters o4 jo Loo
fland's Tonic: cbri5 posed oi thevsame
vegetable elements, with a stimu
superadded. These specifics
from the medicine, chests of nature
restore the strength, regulate the
secretions, j unfy the blood, invig
orate the constitution, aBd clear the
bruin. Principal Depot, 631 Arch
street. Philadelphia. Pa. Sold ere-
where by-Drugiats. '
-' fSf Ten minnte's time spent in looking
HlPAnoli ill. .lvx W . a:il will
one that their stork of treats' furnuhing
goods is the iargest and most fashionable
ever before offered in this market. Call and
see for yourself. .
tgU AW u tXt Jime to get a bottle of
Duncan, t Juepectorant ana commence uing
it a soon a you find a cough htu taken hold
, ,Irory.Tablei tiA Copvinq Brutke re
ceived at A Bin's hook Store on yesterday.
REMEMBER von ean bur rood Xsivr
Tobacco at P. weeney k Co's. fur 25 cents
Bti Hundreds in thit community havt
used Duncan Expectorant aiih great ad
3ST We have added to oar stock a bic
lot of Willow biskols, corn baskets, of wil
low, a new idea, at Sill's.
Rich Vases, Ornaments of Parian ic
Xava.and Bohemian Glassware, in erea
variety just received at the Queeus-
ware 6 tore of R. L. Jenkins.
Pocket Bibles J
I A good assortment end nice line of Pocket
p:Mr now st ada: s .Boo ttore. iseweup
ply received by 6tr. "Julia" on yesterday
Duncan t Ejcpectorani cures Colds.
Qoughs, difficulty of breathing, and all throat
end lung complaints.
. Clark's spool cotton and Building
silk, all colors and numbers, for machine
tewing, at Bill's.
.. KENTUCKY scrap tobacco, excellent for
pip smoking, in any quantity, at Swee
8 Use lunc;u'a, Expectorant 1
EH is important that everybody should
be made acquainted .with the fact that the
test place to purchase School Books, at the
lowest prices, is at A dais's Book Store. This
is the only establishment in the I'ounty thst
keeps a full line of School Books and School
. W- Persons suffering from difficulty of
brecdhing, asthma, dc, should get a botttis
of Duncan's Expectorant. Only $1 a bot'
tit, at Stone's. .. -
i - e
The Athenian and the BeiuiV Suaks-veai-e
are the Kchby collar sold only at
f The finest and largest variety of
Queensware, Glass C'h'ma, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to McConnels
vide, at the Queensware Store. Call
and see for yourselves. .
New stock of MUSIC BOOK9 Choral Tri
bute, Key Note, Bright Jcuxls, Fresh Leaves,
Frcth LnurtU, Ac, now at ADAla'a Book
Store. Kew supply just received.
A very large and fine assortment of
ijuneDsware just received, call and ex
aniine the quality and prices at R. L.
ffifc. Balmoral yarn, Fancy c!oudeT yarn,
and Oermantown yarn, all color?, at Sill'.
Received daily and served iu every style.
The patronage of the Ladies is special ly so
licited. In addition to the regular Saloou
triwle, Oysters will be forwarded to all desi
riug them, by the can or half-can. Saloon
the Dr. Hambleton House, abobe tho
pub lie square, on Center Street.
irarranted lo be the Cheapest
and tbe Best I
Will do all it is recommended to do or the
FIRST It will restore fray or faded hair
its natural color. It will change red hair
a beautiful auburn. . ...
SECOND It will tigbtea -t hair, thus
arresting ar)t preventtn? its ful'iagout.
THIRD It will -eradicate dandruff and
cure itching of the scalp and relieve that
unnatural Ueut ic the head, of which many
FOUBTH It will change harsh and' wi
hair into tne soil and silken appearance,
Tbe following, among many acknowledg
ments to iu superiority as a Hair Restora
tive and Dressing, will speak for them
JJcCosskutillx, O., Xct. SO, 1370.
We hereby certify that we have tested the
article ea.led EXCELSIOR 11AIR BE
STOSATirE.tnd&ndU to be-all that is
claimed for it a complete Hair Restorer
XT. W. M'CAETY.
Ami D. Lawrence vs. Patrick Gormly.
By yirtne of an order to sell and to n di
rected from the Court of Coffitr-.on Fleas of
Morcan county, Ohio, in the above entitled
action, I will offer for sale at pnblie auction,
the door of the Court House in McCon-
Belaviue, in saia county.
loQdaf, Hit 19 til DflJ Of ittCOlhtT, 1.
twelve o'clock, M., of said day, the fol-
, : i i , :.
lowing aescnocu real estate viiuuie iu iu
county oi morgan, anu state oi uaio, to-wit:
number twenty-cine in the town of
Stockport. Appraised at $300. Terms
A..D. HATE Jf EE, S. II. C. O.
John E. Hanna, Alt'y.
Kov. IS, 1879 Sw.
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' As mankind, from lodlacfillon or 01 her esasos, Lss
been doomed to safer from dlscuso. ro also Qa reme
dr ibr ilisoue been proridetl.- Onr hilis and raller
abound with roots and herbs, which If nciemtftaurr
prepared and compuflndd. will restore heslth and
Tljfor to the invalid. 'I'ortnd wicha remedj wehooid
seek one that h.is vtood lhe test of aim. .
Sors Cue far liver Cospl&lst,
Sore Cnre for Byspepsla,
2zr Cuts Jar EeMLHf,
Sots Curs fbr JannSce,
Sure Curs for Xanomas, .
And all affections arising from weakness or want of
action In the Lireror Digestive Or-aiu. The great
And all diseases arUing from it. The great prerent-
l"01 . FEVER AND AGUE. . .
It Is an inipoMibillty for any oe to have Ferer and
ue, if they will use a few buUlos of this icmouj
each spring and till. :
$100 $100 $100
WIQ be irWca (or any case of this disease that occurs
to any one lha: uses the DUtera or X uulc as a pre-
Those who hive tlie Fever and Ague win god, after
the chilli have "toMM. thst by uin a few bottles of
the Bitter or Tonic, that tire flieeie will not return.-
These remedies will rebuild their Constiiation easier
than anv other known remedy.
The remedies were piacvil Iwfnre tbeynbVe tHfty1
yeam ao. with au tne mvmmcc or so-caiita "patent
medicine" operating sgaiiixt them, but jrradually tbeir
virtue- became knowu. and now. to-dar. they stand at
the head of all preparations of their cla. with tho-
li.dornement of emineut jud-es, lawyers, derygjiueu
-Kd thufolluwln;smiptnms. and If yon And that
your system i atfectcd br any of them, yua may rest
assnred that disease ha. commenced its attack on the
most important organs of your body, wnd oniese soon
checked by the aw of powerful remedies, a nrt-ertbie
uie, suun wraauauiijc iu uwui, vuiw utv iciiak.
' Flatulence fn-
ward Files. Kniuese
of Blond to the Head. Ac!
'illy of the fctomitch. Nauea.
r.eanbiirn, Uiegutt for Food, Fnl
nes or Weight in tbe Stomacii, Soar
Ernrtxtioas, Sinkinf or Fluttering at the
fit of the stomttcti. bwireininif or lite ties
tlurricd or Oiracult Breethin?. Flntterins at
Ueart, Choking or Satfocatiu sen-atioas when
a I vi a posture, uimnens- i'i :-ion, tKts
Webs lefore the St;ht. Dull rain In die Head,
Deficiency of PerspiratKm, ellowness of
the Skin and Eves, Pain lo th.- Side,
Bck, Cbett. Liuibs, etc., SuddtAt
Flushes of Heat, Barnliti; la
. the Fleh, Constant inv
alning of Evil, and
AH Indicate disease of the Liver or Digestive Organs,
combined with Impure blood.
Is entirely vecetnble. and eontolns no liquor. It is a
ctHiipomid of Fluid Extrscfd. The Rootis Herbs and
Birka from which these extracts are made, are gath
ered iu tieimeoy; all tne. medicinal virtues are ex
tracted hum Uiem bv a sciexriuc cnemio. These ex
tracts are then forwarded to this country to be used
exarae.lv for tne mauufactcre of this Bitter. There
is uo alcoholic mbstauce of auv kind used In com-
noandiue the Bnters: beticclt Is free nam ta theoe
jection) lucidvut to the use of a hq uor f repmtlun.
- - HO'QFIsAND'S'
U a combination of aO the ingredients of tbe Bitters
w Itii tlte rarest imalilv of teanta Cms Bam. Oranges,
Ac It is used for the Mune di-eases as the Bitter, la
cases where some eytre alcoholic stimulus U required.
Like tbe following was sever before offered In behalf
of any medicinal preparation :
1IOX. (1. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
PUlade.la. Jfarc 16th. 16T.
I And " II noland's (Mrman bitters"' ia irood Tonfe,
selul In tuseases of tbe digestive organs, and oi
grx beefft In rases of debUlty and want of nerrCLS
actiou iu the system. Youn- trulv,
ti0. W. WOODWABD.
- nOX. JAXES TIIOHPSOS,
lattice of the Supreme Conrt of Pennsylvania; "
' PkUtiddpMa. April tid. 2S6S.
. I wnnlder'TIocfand's German Bitters" a valuable
medicine Id ca?e of attacks of Indigestion or Dyspep
sia. 1 cau certify this from my experience of U,
Youre, with resueet,
. . JAitES THOJtPSOX.
- 1IOV. tiVO. slIAMWOOD,
kUticeui the Supreme Cwrt of Penasvlrania.
Philaditj.-'Ua, Jrau 1st. 1368. ' '
I bare found by experience that "Hoouaud'e Gcr-
man Bitter " Is a very good tonic, relieving dvspeptie
symptoms almost uirecily.
A - . J - .
1IOS. WW. V. KOCERS.
Mayor of the City of Buffalo, V. Y.
Jfauor't Orf.t. BujTaU). Jiat HA. 1M9.
1 hsve nd "ll-ionaud stie.-Biau Bitter and Tooic"'
!n aiy family durinjr the pat year, and cau recom
mend them as an excellent tonic, Imparting; tone and
virr to the ty.tem. Tneir use Las been productive
ofdecldcdly benclcial ejects.
WM. F. SOGERS.
lloodsnd's German Bemedies are coniilerfeUed.
Bee tliat the sintureuf I.'. J ACKSON ii on tae
wrapper of eacu Uitllis. All uliiers are couniexfci!.
Sieuiciiii store, . ai AUCil bilttEr, ruiuulel- be
paia. l a.
CHAS.' ll' EVANS, Prop-'r.
lurm-rlv C. M. JAVKHOX. CO.
E(ToPetn3'B Getmso Bitters, per bottle SI.OO
IltiuArmrs tierinan Tillcre, La f doxetti HMO
iloodaud's German Tonic, put up in ot. bottles 1.SO
per bottle, or a half deueu lor 7.60
Do not target to examine wcil the article you buj
order to get tbe guauine. - i
l'or Sale by all Druggist's
And Dealers iu Medicine everywhere.
: t -i .
Chemiq.als ! !
PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNfSKES !
CiC ASS, ll'TTV, Ac.
Ptfrc Vines vM Liquors
FOK MEDICAL. ISC.
Dye vTood antf-Dye Stuffs gen
jSr Gteat care always used ia selecting
otr Drujs. We aim to keep mailing
r-thatia inferior. Vrescri ptions ) ut up
in a sale and careful niutiuer. We
p4rwpuli be glad to hare aoEieofjour
GET THE BEST!
OR, IX PLAIX TYPZ, THE
Try one Package and be Cou
25 ets. or 5 for $1
For Sale by Drnrglstt &, Conn-
. ' Cwcissrri, O . Oct. 8, 1S70.
E. Sprseu-, 'McCooDelerille. 0: Send
five erors of jour Cattle Pewderv, (Ohio
.' . r ijrTr . ....
rarsjcia; a. o. aibuaiaa a V. J.
The Ohio Farmer's Condition Powders
the best medicine for bonvs 1 huvver
Died, and I buvi tried ouny others Team
ster for alcCooueuville &&?b Factory.
Port'T'4: Fyle buy Uaio Farait-t's Cjd
They eurer my h rse wneo I and all my
neignuors tuwug u Le would die.
more nd anions tho farmers than they
I kGOW tbem to be a srood thin tor
suck.' J. A. ADAIR.
Thev ere a g od thing foe stock DE.
Ask for tbe Obio Farmer's Cond!'.:an
Powder'. "d tak'o no other. . .
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed and qualified aa
Administrator of the estate of David 8.
Bichav, deceased, lae of Morgan eo., O.
Sor. 18th, lS70,3w.
F A K M E ft S !
r f . IUUI IS
Dry Cm d o d s ,
niua vtaui:; &c.
, liear in micd tbe fo!!owii.g ; "
f'COL pfjs c1! for ISutter su.l 1-fgs,
t'M)I, pass cajli ir UldtS-
COOL e!U the eelcbrattd oots and
Shoes of JLiuCils Work, and wurrauU :lieia
not lo Hi 1
COOL La a Urn- Stock ol S'ouhemille
Flantn-li anJ l-uii mi Lsd: aud Las com
plete uoiitrol.nf wtmt he I'o? !
j COOL wii! sell you abalrver you wsi.t
at as low rates a you cuu get correapoLd
ing articles in lon .'
m- CALL ON CO'JL ! -fca
O-i. d, IfcTO.f
MIL UK ERT
irXjo:eia.lc aud Kctall
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRIGUA' CASH JSYSTE11 !j5f
Nov. 11 lSTU-tf.
, AaNEW BO;)K OF
UNIVERSAL AND ABIDING
l; y A 1'hjriician,
Vjt Xluny Years Professor of Theory aud
l'ravlic iu a LeaJiug iieJicai College.
Tiiis work, written from a Ligii moral and
I hysiologii-al sUndooi'it. will be ! univer
sal slid abidiug Vilu-j fur thu loilowiu rea
lit. It treats of tle pruvaittt errors ia
the edasalion and trsiuitig ot boys and girls
(rem tbe cradle to adult age, and indicates
th true method ol avoidiug fatal inisukea
and lallacie. Fut lliisreasou it wiii prove
ibditpeu.iie tj every well nijatiiug Father
and ilothtr. -
. -J. It treats of the. vice of self-abuse
' tbe m l ftrCMeut and latal ol all vices"
and points out tbe remedy. Fjr this reas
ou it will conimeod i.eell to sutTeters from
this mslisdy ; and to all who Lave at heart
the interest ol their leikiftS.
3d. Jttiealsof the delicate subjects of
Love and Courtship, boldly deaiiug with
those fUe and pernicious practices so com
Dion aud ptcaliar to uur AuiericaL society,
and pointing with unerritij precision and
pradeiice to lbs real natare ol the one, and
the proper conduct of the other. So it will
comoieud ittelf to lovers of both sexes, as
weij aa to Parents aud Guardians. .
4tb. It deils with the nature and objects
of murine, indicating the DiviLe origiu
and purposes ol the institution ; aud is re
plete with sound, and miunie instruction,
not only iu tho ceceial ai.d leading piiuci
pies wnieb should govern tLose about eoter
iojr opon these (acred relations, but',
5:b. Ia tlie niost plain bot delict man
tier it treats of the sacred union of souls
and bodies -"twain iu one fl-.-sh." Thisdi
tisioa of the work is entitled the ITiysiolo
gy ol Matrimony, and is; tte Din-l vitally
iutportsat adapter it cod ins. No Dride
grtem or Bride ean afford to set forth upon
this perilous journey without poewsein a
eopy of this Patrimonial Cliarl. Ihesub-
jecis treated oi aie not only tandl.d iu ac
original and philosophical manner, but in
the main have bitberto been entirely ig
nored. ; Anesteual ve pvst-'lice, and i einark-
able powers ol observatiou, bave enabled
ibe author to detect the causes and reveal
tbe remedy (or the startling disparity be
tween the sexes iu respect' to their etijoy
mtrt of tbe marital relation, and have de
lerainrd him to disregard tbe mock modes
ty ol tbe sac, and togive the world tiiebca -
eft of bis views on this most imuoitant sub
6ib. It hasa chapter on tbe Sacred ttlghls
of Off'pricp, - which starts out by sayiug,
"Children have the right to be born. Alas,
that this God-siveo privilege should ever
be called iu question." . It iif a proceeds
to disci sa at length, the alarming preva
lence of the sriue of Aatiaatai loLuticiJs
ia oar ct-untry. sod shows that the race is
actually dying out tarougli its instrument
ality. This chapter is cnlj socoud ia im
portance to the preceding. II it could on
ly bs universally read, and heeded by those
guilty of tlio file practices it condemns, a
cbango would be wrought iu onr land, at
hicb -all true philanthropists wcu'd re
jjic ! .- .- -
" Ii. Vusiin wilbout C'j.siiaaity, or the
eondiiioa cf wowsa ia a stute oi society
where C:iristusi?y does not txisi, isths
suVject of unotoer chapter, that will be read -with
interest and profit by all who Lave a
regird fur the True Bights of Woman. It
ibuws hjw nmch womao U indebted to the
advent of Chrm and the new dispeuaatioa.
fur her emancipation from, tbe thraldom in
to which she had fallen. It coutaius aa sar
nesi protest sgaia3t the onjciip'.aral laws of
divorce now at rrvalcnt and shows that
divorce "a vinculo" f ircm lbs bond is not
attainable by the divine law, save by death.
8ih. It gives in a familiar yet scientific
manner, a Fsjcho-Plijsrolc-lcal Compari
son of the -Sexes, whicli may be read and
studied rith interest aad piofil by all, but
eoto especially the ailvoratcs of the I'dpo
idea of Vimn's Rlgh's. ; i
9h. Tbetewill be a discassion of the
prop'r emulovments of women, and the le
gitimate means of enUrgtuir their sphere ot
iKCluloees sod happiness, and also a prtaeo
taiiou and dicusslou ottarious other sub
yitt kindred fc Ib'weairestlv Diinlioued.
Ko apolojy ia ulTered, and we feel that
none wilt be Icmended for tlte Wuuanca of
such a Tolurce is tbi. It is u.cicd, aud its
neccssitv is acknowledged by every person
with whom we have discussed the subject.,
(hows how Satan is received into the beet
society, and how he there works nut his
most subtle aud d necrotic, designs. The au
thor ha been re.i led !r -lire ?d bv leading
clergymen and physiciaus to hasten the
completion of hu work, tat the pressing du
ties of an enuruous proiejuoriihip, aud a ve
ry astensivc r-aetic-e, together with a scru
pulous desire that every position should be
well an, aud -every thought delicately
ezprcaaed, Lave soaawhai r.
tied hitn. -.U e are onabie-i to announce.
however, tiai the war, is racidlv advanc
in his huxla, and that the Afuul's Out-
is now ready, and will bo sens postpaid
SO ceula, to'anr one who willenrsireto
make a thorough canvass of a neighborhood,
township or cnuz.tr. For Terms, etc., ad
dress - C. F, VEST, Publisher.
i College riaoe, ew York, or 38 Wast
Fourth st., Cin., 0., whichever is nearer to'