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70SEFH A, KSLLT, KDTTOS AXD FaoraiKTOR,
FRIDAY, ...... Dec. 16, ISTO.
Winter K eading.
If. .u-v!., ; .' ri.
' (3injB - RATES.
W will sent) the CojisKhvativb for
one year, to Claba, as follow :
A Club of firo subscribers, one
dollar anJ fifty con '.a each, 87.60
dob often subscribers, one ilol-
' lar and thirty-five cts. each, 13 50
dab of filtecn subscriber, one :
' dollar and twenljofire cents
; each, . . . ' ,18
7. t up yosr Clubs for the cheap
est scanty, paper in Ohio! . The
money taunt always be paid in ad
' The administration of Gen. Grant
has disappointed the expectations
of its best friends. - Since toe revo
lutionary days, few Presidents have
entered upon the functions of their
great office wita greater pretcn'
sions on the part of their friends.
But unless the policy of ilie Tresi
dent is greatly changed daring the
.remaining half of his term, there
will have been few Fresidsuts who
have so Badly wrecked the hopes or
the people as President Grant,
Two years ago the people, irrespec
tive of party, after the beat of the
campaign was over.' had expected
to see in the government of Genera!
rant tee manifestation of those p
ro!iar executive excellencies for
Which, rb General, he bad become
faiious. It was thoneht that he
would comprehend the situation,
and would be capable both to find
theright men for the right placet
and, having found them, to Keep
them there, lor a time such seem
ed to be the aim of the executive,
howrver imperfect its fulfillment.
But very eoon, sooner than the beet
friends o: the 1 resident couia nave
believed, the adminifiliation ap
peared to bo controlled by motives
which, to say: tire least, of thero,
seemed personal, if not mercenary
The Dent family is no fiction.
Providence seems to have made the
immediate family of the President
very prolific, and however bumble
tde individuals, it would seem, that
every member of it was feeding at
Ilia manger oi tne slate,
r.lbe attempted reform, in the
early part of the administration
with respect to the revenue, the In
dians, and other matters have not
f roved very successful, owing per
ps, to the apathy of CongresB,
which means the activity of the
j ibbers. Apparently disoonraged
by these failures, or from some un
known causes, the President has re
laxed bis seal io that direction, and
has apparently, given himself over
to the professional politicians a
class of persons which, in the pres
ent low . state of public morals, is
most disreputable. Through their
instrumentalities, perhaps, be has
been implicated in one or two 'jobs'
which have a very ngly look. And
just at present Gen. Grant seems to
hive thoroughly committed himself
to the business of President mak
ing, and to the laying of plans to
secure a 're-election. The results
have for some time been apparent.
Mr. Wells, a gentleman distinguish
ed for great abilities in the particu
l ir branch of the government ser
vice to which he was assigned, was
got rid of, because offensive to the
politicians. Mr. Hoar, one of the
ablest men that has been in the ca
binet, has been dismissed because
lie was nseless and obstructive to
the politicians. Mr. Cox, who bad
practically Inaugurated the system
of civil service reform which the
people now begin so earnestly to
demand, was dismissed because he
refmsed to permit the clerks in his
department to be blackmailed for
political purposes, and for the far
ther reason, as it would appear, be
enase he refused to favor a gigantic
fraud. The Administration in its
relations with Mr. Motley has evi
dently been influenced by personal
motives ; which is beyond a doubt
- true of the active interference of
the President in tLe State politics
of Missouri. It wonld seem now that
the most influential men with the
administration - are those distin
guished patriots, Messrs. Forney,
C-irferon and Chandler.
Tbte are ; hard facte, but they
are signs of the times which an in
dependent journal may not conceal.
President Grant entered upon his
Presidential duties with such pros
tige aa few men before him have en
joyed. He was trusted much. He
was supported by the average com
mon tense, patriotism and honesty
of the people of this country. "He
promised to pay homage to the pop
nlar senso oi integrity of bonesty.
He has failed to keep his promise.
and utA entered upon a retrogres
sive course. - ilis great reputation
is rapidly being ii.jnred. fle might
have boen a great statesman ; be is
ia danger of becoming a mere politician.-
Meanwhile, the people are
watching his course without enihn
siaem, and with much lour. Cbi-.
cago courier, lstinst. ; v
Pitblic ' Loss. The " Cincinnati
Times enumerates three groat sour
ces of public Iopr, to wit: The Tariff
monopoly, the -Lnd monopoly, the
Credit monopoiv, estimating the en
tier loss at $1,600,000. The Times
could truly have added, which it
did net, that the manufacture, and
alb of alcoholic beverages is the
cause of a greater public, loss than
ail three cf the sources it nrentions
combined. We can add to our state
ment, based,, on positive statistics,
the language with which the Times
closes its article: "Tbo little losses
talked of by the politicians are as
jennies to dollars in the comparis
on, Sti'l the small leakages should
be stopped; but to stop only .the
small leaks while leav.ng the bung
open and tbo barrel upside down is
somewhat ludicrous to those who
understand the way' things work. "
A Political Change Coming.
There is to be a breaking up of
punies, ana a retresnioning ot them
not the dullest politician J fails to
discern. A'ot a few are getting rea
dy to catch the new. larks that are
to fall from their new nests in the
ek ie6. General Duller declares the
Republicans have n.i policv, and
like an insurance agent, is very ur
gent that it should take one from
the Fisheries or Fight Company
which "he largely controls. He also
offers onojr the, Alabama and An
nexation Company, which is i
branch of the Fisheries or Fight
Company. - lie has connection also
Kith the Labor Reform and Kcveu
tie Keform concerns, and would be
Killing to take the job of running
the Prohibitory machine, a r of
Uiem being p.-irt and parcloftho
unitad Republican and Democratic
party, of which he will bo the ac
cepted and deserved head.
lhis is a very pretty programme
and only lacks ono thing to make
it euccccd-backers. - General Cut
ler is ua dreffle smart man," but he
is not quite equal to controlling all
the old political leaders and all the
new political ideas. -Toe Bird Club
meets yot, and fortified by eichty
thousand Republican vote, and by
loungs dinners (not to say liquors)
is ready to claim all these four-
sore thejisand men as its support
ers, and to modoDtly invite General
liutlor to take a seat at the loot ot
lhe:r triumphant table. Will he do
this ? . is tho question. - Will the
pent up Essex district constantly
contract his - powers 7 Shall the
head ot Conirrves be the tail of Mas
sachusetts 7 JNot if he can prevent
it. ' .
Others, less bold and brainy, are
not less cogitative. . They, too, dis
cern the signs of the times. Even
exitVTilay, which - is a journal of
ideas, as well as pictures, says the
present political era will probably
disappear with the next election of
Grant; that the object for which
the Republican party was rarsed up
wonld be nearly completed by that
time : that new ideas must come to
the front. Of these it mentions
revenue reform, civil service, free
trade, sacred ness of lands for set
tlers, claims of labor, and proper
methods of taxation." .This list is
more curious for what it omiis than
what it includes. It casts out the
Woman's ballot and - Prohibition,
the two movements thaV keep more
tongues, pens and presses busy than
all it has mentioned. So one writ
ing on the eve of Jackson's second
election would have said new issues
are arising, banks, tariflVspecie cur
rency, everything but Abolition.
J. no main fact is to sea that the
end of old issues draw near. The
latest election in the State,- as The
Journal well says, "is very signifi
cant." Bat its significance few de
tect. They, call the Prohibitory
vote "ridiculously - email." They
speak of it as the same papers epoke
of the Anti-slavery - movement
when Yan ' Buren and even when
Harrison 'was elected ; when Abel
Bliss, of . Wilbrabam, got fourteen
hundred votes for Lieutenant Gov
ernor, and Wendell Phillips receiv
ed fifty -five for Representative for
Uocgress, from the same district
that now gives the two Prohibition
candidates for the same office near
ly five hundred votes, and gives the
lieutenant fcrovernor nearly one
thousand, while the whole State
gives the Lieutenant Governor ov
er nine thousand votes and not six.
ty-five hundred, as was given iaet
week. - - -
Bat tho fact that parties is moul
ding themselves around new issuep,
is evident. For venrs the Republi
can party has been urged to accept
the greatest of issues, the abolition
of the dramshop in every shape,
that is Prohibition. It has a chance
yet to do it. It bas many earnest
rrohibitioniEU in ' its ranks.-- Can
they subdue U to this issue? If so, it
will still bold its bead high in cha
racier and in authority. If not, it
will go to pieces, like the Whig par
ty, not less excellent in its compos-
ion ; and its Prohibitory memb
ers will all anno in an organization
that means to extirpate the evil of
iqnor selling, and that will fight
and grow nmil God gives it tho vic
tory.-. That is the greatest of all
tbo new issues. It will absorb to em
all, and renew the parties and the
nation in its righteousness divine.
Being in Earnest.
ijxo country or system was ever
regenerated or reformed by half
measures, but by. men whose minds
had been thoroughly imbued with
the gigantic proportions of the evil
intended to bo removed who lully
realized the fact that -':.
Life is real, life is earnest, .
Andtbs grart is not its gs&U- .. - --
- In this coentry there has grown
up a giant evil, more to be dreaded
than all external or foreign foes,
and which, requires the tamo indo
mitable spirit and iron will as oi
yore to crush it. We mean that pa
rent evil, from which thore are so
many noxions offshoots the drun
kenness and drinking practices of
our times. This is an evil which
the pseudobenevolcnco and patri
otism of our day, of which wo have
superabundance, will never check.
All' mere professions will not over
throw this evil. Resolutions decla'
ring Uj enormity, and protestations
against tho iniquity, will not move
the dru&kurd-makcrs an inch from
their position. : Something more
than tbeso is imperatively demand
ed..; '. j -
' The- temperance; cause 'at : this
lime demands earnest men not on
ly in words bat. deeds. The ques
tion baa been regarded as a mere
sentimentality hot- as a Vital ob
ject. Were al! those who are usu
ally classed as. the sober members
society disposed ' to suppress Iho
liquor traffic, V single year would
nearly effect the work. Were the
churches of the land to determine
on rigorously insisting on total ab
stinenc for membership, wine bib-bin-;
would soon cease among pro
fessed Christians. Were the good
and virtuous (at least the recogmz.
conventionally as such,) as eag
to elect none but -strict temper
ance men to odce, as they axe now
keep op mere party names and
organizations, politics might be
something better than a mere ma
chinery to, elevate the worst men
ii. to places of honor and trust. ' It
is high time that earnestness be re
garded as necessary in the temper
ance rause.-Better a tendency to
fanaticism (as the world views it.)
than to be frozen up in the frigid
6tate of apathy and timidity. If
neither the teachings of Christian!
ty or the promptings of humanity
incite to the performance of duty,
let simple selfishness, made clear
through the laws of physiology, and
political economy, awake every one
x the importance of ceaseless labor
in behalf of Prohibition and Total
The earnest men are the salt of
tho earth. - Thoy will be heard
will agitato must triumph. As
Lowell speaks of them :
''Such earnest natures are the fiery
The compact nucleus round which y
terns crow !
Mass . after, mass becomes inspired
And whirls impregnate with the cen.
"Shall we not heed the lesson taught
of old. .
And by the Present's lips repeated
In onr own single manhood to be bold,
Fortressed in conscience and impreg
Worcihgmex. thlvk I There is
no greater enemy to you than the
liquor traffic. In order to make
strong drink, good grain is wasted,
and your loaf is the dearer for it.
Tho traffic leads to all kinds of
crime, for punishing and repressing
which yoa are made to pay. It
renders your own position less rou-
poctable and respected; because the
intemperance of so many hard
working men adds to burdens of the
sober individuals of that class. , But
for strong drink, you might secure
better dwellings, a wider culture,
and an improved condition. -
Who can doubt what the warm
hearted, strong-headed mechanics
and artisans -would become as a
class, if they would but strike aga
inst the manufacture, sale, and nso
of alcoholic beverage? They would
compels reformation .in, state and
society,' and redeem industry and
toil from its greatest enemy.
: ' OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MORGAN. COUNTY INFIRMARY,
To (he llonorable Hoard of
Commissioners ot said Coun
ty, for (be Year Ending (be
First Day of Dec, ISTO. .
Whole Uo. Paupers during
tho year, -
Out by permission,
Insane, - - - - : -Idiotic,
Berths, . -'
Deaths, - - 4
No. Present, 99
Expenses Daring tne Tear.
Superintendant, - . 5500 00
Directors, ' 149 76
Foreman on Farm, - 150 00
Pork and Fish bought, - 551 27
Hardware, Smith-work, 4c, 371 10
Physician, 95 00
Transporting Paupers, 171 70
Extra labor on Farm, 121 19
Coffins and Burial Expenses, 174 76
Dry Goods, . 584 82
Groceries, 1011 54
Salt, Lumber and other ar
ticles, ' 156. 45
Shoes and Leather, 78 96
Coal, 395 94
Sundry articles, ' . 226 20
Flour 260 85
Total amt against Institu
Physician for Cut Paupers, 5818 75
Temporary Relief for Out
Paupers, . . 2463 09
Total for Ont Paupers, $32S1 84
- Ami. Credit on Hands.
Bush. Wheat, 89: 00
400 Bush. Corn, 200 CO
130 Bush. Potatoes, 130 fO
30 Bush. Buckwheat, . . ' " 15 00
20 Bash. Oats, (30c.) 6 00
2aTons flay, (10.) , . 200 00
20 Bush. Green Apples, 20 00
Bush. Dried Apples, ' .. 4 00
Barrels Kront, ''' 25 00
100 Gallons Sorgbam Molas
ses, 50 00
Turnips, Cabbage, and other
Garden Vegetables, . 50 0
Mowing Machine, Hay Rake,
Cider Mill, evaporator, &c. 300 00
Fanning Mill, Corn Shel
ter, &c, ' . ' 30 00
Express and Wagons, and
other Farming utensils, 350
2500 Bush. Coal, .. " 220
185 Yards Homemade cloth, 185
Tarn on hands, 80
Broom-corn and Brooms, 48
Total, 1 ;
Head of Horses,
18 Milch Cows,
Yoke Oxen, "
Head of Calvos,'
Fat Hcgs, '
' 240 00
, SAMUEL MELLOB,
O. M. LOVELL,
, Infirmary Directors.
Rich Vases, Ornaments of Parian it
Lavs. and Bohemian Glassware. in great
variety just received at the Queens
ware Store of B. L. Jenkins.
SCHOOL BOOKS. McGuffey's
Sonos complete ; Ray's Arithmetics
and Algebras, with keys to tbo
same . all at C. L. Hall's. ,
aor GREAT DISPLAY
II 1 1 II. V
1S3. GOLD LADY ELGIN ! -
H3-GOLD JJLDY BARTLETT.-t
1ST GOLD SWISS WATCHES!-
LADIES GOLD OPERA CHAINS!
VST GENTS' GOLD CHAINS l"&
The Latest Noveltios tn
&a, ic, ac.
The public are respectfully invit
ed to look through their Goods.
Remember, it is their greatest plea-
sore to show their Goods. .
TXeadquarters for WALTHAI and ELaUST TVlTCECES!
- IT.' n. Can and see (be Ifew Style of LADIES' GOLD OPERA CDTAIXS.
QUEENSWARE ! QUEENSWARE I
C H I IM A !
IB E N C II
A. GEKXRAL TABIKTT 01
WOODEN WARE .
Ac, Ac, Ao, at
OT ALL PKSCR1PTI058,
-FOR TOE CHILDREN,-
And a Great Variety or
FOR TDE CROWS PEOPLE!
Headquarters for ' .
SANTA CLAUS AND
CT. XL KELIiT", 1M. D.
- Hsy b found si his eflie ob
THE SOUTH-WEST CQB5ER
At all times, whea aot absant on Frofeis-
i.-mu ousiness. .
8epl 24, 1869-tf
W. C. TRESIZE
aiki the pablie to call and examine his
specimen Photagrsphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac., Ae which cennotbs
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected ai
ranrementa whereby anr one can be u.
eomodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
oyer Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, H'Connelsville,
0 Annus nnooxxs
Habvxt Dailhoto, Captain,
Will make reeular weekly triDs be.
tween Zanesville and Pittoburtr, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock.
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday erenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
That JOHN Rf AX is the BEST
COBBLER ever in McCOXXELS-
He has eonitsntly oa hand a rood assert
ment of Fine and Storie Boots, of his own
manufacture, which he is offering at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lic square, MeConnelsville, Ohio.
aepi. io, isi-iy. -
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER.
all articles pertaining to the
V He has on hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOW ST market pri
BEATTT & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For ssle only by Dr. John Alexander, in
uorgan county. fmfcrll,lS70-ly
B05EI CA3J0T BUT IT !
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES 1 1
J. E. SPENCER & CO.
O! N. Y., which are now offered to lbs
public, are pronoosced by all the celebra
ted upucisDS 01 im vv or hi 10 De tne
Kstural, Artificial help to the bomao ejt
ever known. They are ground under tbrir
own supervision, Irom annate Urystai
Pebbles, melted together, and derive their
name, '-Diamond," on account ot their
hardness aod be Qliaoej.
Tne Scientific Principle
On wbirh they are constructed brings Ibe
core or center of the lens directly in front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, healthy sight, aod
preventing all unpleasant sensations, such
sa glimmering and wavering or aigbt, dir
siness, Ac peculiar to all others in nse.
Tbey are moo sled in the Finest Man
ner. In frames ot the best quality of all a
terials nsed for that purpose. Their finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
CAPTION. None genuine unless
bearing their trade nark s lamped on every
U. B. TIXCECT A BRO.,
Jewelers and Opticians, are sole agents
'or HeConoelsviile, Ohio, from whom they
can only be obuined. These goods are
not supplied to fedlers at any price.
June 3, 1870 ly.
g CO h
gULLIYAN & BROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
Blank Book, manufactory,
FITE JOB PRIXTIXG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
nouaa in any styie ana at tne eneapest
rates. JEtT . Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, best paper at the
ZsnssvtlJs, Oct. If, 1881.
fi & a
a. m. coca suv. . . sozmas.
j. f. sersAsmxs.
SOrTO-WEST SIDE OF TDK
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C
Given to the
in this locality for the sals of the
Mowers & Reapers,
TV ORL D
Mower & Keaper,
Mower & Reaper,
ass vaovnssas ov
Cook & Heating Stoves,
and odd pieees of all tbe vartetiee of Cook
Stoves in tbe country ; all kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettles,
and Salt Flanges, 8ngar Kettles, Pots, Crrid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
ents of Plow Points. Machine Castings for
Bteamboata, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and Reapers ; also Cast Iron C'bimney
rope, winaowesps, leuar mnaew unk
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
bouse Desks and Seat.
Have constantly ea band, man a facto red
their order, all manner of Tin-ware, Btovt
MsnnfseUrers of Water Tweers, Mandrill
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
Remember the Plaee :
Soth-weat 8ide of the PubtTe Sonars
MCONNELSVILL I .
AN IMMENSE STOCK !!
SFEEXOID TARIETTOF PAT
TERNS. GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES 11
We have bow in stock the largest aad
most excellent sssortment of Wall Pepe:
and Window Shades aver brought to Me
Connelsville, and are determined to sell the
ameatsuch low figures as that it will bean
inducement for every body to purchase tneir
supplies from ns. Our stock is especially
attractive this season, comprising sil kinds
oi raver tor uwemnrs. rubiie uaus. cnur-
ches. Offices, Stores, Shops, Ac, in the vsry
greatest variety of patterns, and of such de
sirable styles, that all cannot fail to be sui.
la rreater variety and lancer stock than
heretofore elegar t patterns, choice Goods,
and fair prices. Onr Cloth Saints are very
handsome, in Green, Buff, Pearl, Brown aad
other desirable colors, and elegantly igur
ed. We have a aplendid article of Oil
clotk. Orttn and JT America and Eng
lish Holland, and a larger stock of ITtadow
Paper, plain and figured, than ever before.
AVISO, TTHDO sT FIXTURES.
Of the most improvsd kind, aad so simple la
construction and working, that everybody
that have used them will have ao ether.
Our stock of
Transom Psper. e.,
is complete, and we invite eTerybody want
in r Goods in ear line ta rivena a call, aa we
are confident of pleasing them in Goods and
prices. svu ug.
UER9f AS BITTERS, &.C.
' .BartTS amrasauasas? JsSwl
HcbSand's Gem an Bitter'
HOQHiHQ'S- GERMAH TOE
Aekson, ' TOladelphla.
ceantrj fioat tieimaDj
Tblnuodol0 IniO till
si si III iJ am
. . . . : isao
Tbey Cured Yoar Father acd Mothers
And will ears yiw. and yew ehMren. Tbey mesa,
tlrelydlffmnt tarn the many erepacaUoaa. ow la
the eosncry calles BUtenor Tooica. Tbeyanaot
praparauoas, or anyming unuea; oa. si
i,vUaMs awdldnas. Tbeyara
4 mm DTfytils awiysj 1 assaww; w J
liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, t
nBrTUUS VCUlUlJfj ssuuuiuw
; t3- Diseases of the Kidney
EEUPT10KS OF THE SKIlf, LS3
sn SS IMassses aUstag from a OlsordeTal LI ret,
stossscb. or j -
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Oorstfnatkm. rwtalenee. Tnwsrt PTIes, Tnhwss of
Hood to IM Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Kaa-. -
aaa, HaarMHin. Difgnst m rooa, raaxaa or
Igbt In the Btomaed, Sou Srncta-
tloae. 8taktnoFlnUTlDr at tne
Pit of tne atom, gwtnmini
or of the
!aMtha Bout, Choking or Suffacatan DwaaT
Uoos when Is sLrlov Poehira, Slaness Of TMoa,
Dots or Wetie befece tne Bltit. Doll Psla la tie
aieas. ueaeiency 01 renpiraucm, mjunima
of the akin and Bye Pala la tbe Side, 4
Back, CbeM, lmca, ec, omo
vinM af Rat. Boralne ta the Flefh.
Oonstanl Iaulnlna of StU and 6reat Oepn.
stoat of Biruits.
AH Osm iaeVato Dtmrn tf Us li&traamOm
Hoofland'j German Bitters 1
ss enUrely vegetable, and contains so liquor. It IS
aeoBpoaad of Fluid Extracts. Toe Boots, Herba,
aad Bark ftom whtcn itaeee Eztracu are made, an
caUtered ntm Oeraiaay. AB the Medical virtoee are
attracted tmm them by a acienUae chemist. - Thee
extracts are tu forwarded to this conn try to be nad
expmalT tat the nanuaxture of thaje Bitten. There
ta ao alcoboUe substance of any kind nsed In com
pounding tbe Bitters, hence it Is the only Bitters that
aan be oaed ta case where alcoholic stlouilants ars
. Hoofland's German Tonio
. . . t . -n th. l i T1 1 1 . ft M.. Rlllapa.
with roas eanu Crua Kara, Drange, etc It la esed
Ibr the same dtnesee as the Bitters, tn esS where
eorae pure alcofeoit iUianlos t teqalred. Ton will
bear la mtnd that tbeee reaiediea ars entirety differ.
cot from aay others advertised (or the care of the die
awe named, these beta edentlnc preparations of
xdtcal extract, while toe where are mare deeoo
ttooe of roam some term. The TONIC to decidedly
one of the moat pleasant and ireeabie retaedle ever
orlerad to the pobUc Ita taste la exqntotte. K la a
ataawue to auclt, wbllo Ita lik-clTlng. eiWhuatinc
aadmedlciBal eoallUe haye caosed !t to be knowa as
nM a aa laaflelBe emral to HoOflXTwTi Oennsa
Bitters ot Tonic tat ease of Debility. Tbey Impart
. tone and lor to the whole systea strengthen the
Bpettta, camera enjoyment ot thelbod, eoaMetha
tomaoa to digest It, purify the blood, lira good.
enrol, tealthj compUixion. eradifate Die yow Unre
iSTlne eye. Impart a bioom to the cheeks, and
abasee the rStieotrrom a ehort-breathed emacUtari.
JreakVaad aenons tnnl a, to a foU-DKd, swat, and
Vttk an CaUeata CiUdisa art Kaia Stresf
ly uiBg tha Sittan ur Toaii
tsxea Bxaaroa atf -t
Ileet Olool Xti rin
erer knows, snd win care 111 diMesee nanll'jia STrra
badblood. Keep your hltsd pare: keep yoo brer im
order: keen yordietlTe organs in a eoniKl, healthy
euodltioB, bj the aaeof these remedial, and no dis
mm will m aseail yon. The beat men in thecoan
try recommend them. If years of boneet rrpotaUua
go Aw anythtocyoa auat try thee pteperatloua,
LIkatbsftillowbgwae nerer betbre oSared in beball
of any medicinal preparation: jt
IT IHON. GEORGE W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of FeansyNsnla,
FTm-iDi.rinA, Ksrcb It, 18WT.
1 tnd "Hnoaaad' Gemiaa Bitten" I a scd toolej
asefnl In dlMare of the fJiewtlTe ornins. slid of grpt
buKifll la raim rf debllltr aodwantof aerroasacUoa
la the srateav Voani Uu.y. .
i r..!'a. J
HON: JAMES THOlIPSONiI
JosUce of the Supreme Court of PenneyHsnia.
PHiLASSzreu, April SS, 18RS.
1 consider " Hoo Sand's tiennan 81110" a TataaU
Mdldnehi eases of attacks ot In digest toe or Dye
Beosia. I can cerlUy this bom sir experience or It.
II02T. GEORGE BHARSWOOD
JosUce of the Supreme Ponrt of Fscsiyrrxnta.
PmLsSBX.raTa, Jtme 1, lfW.
I ssts toend by experlencJ that - Hoodand's Ger
man Bitten" Is avery (food tonic, mltaring dyrpeptte
symptom, abnort $t0JSBZ 8HAB3WOOI. i
T EON. WM. T. ROGERS, .
Ksyor af tbe city of Buffalo, H. T.
Katou's Orrrcv, Btryrito, Jane n, 18.
f I have seed "Hoonand-s German Bitters and Toole"
(amy family doringthe pset year.aad can jreenm
mend them ae aa excellent toole. imparting ume and
vigor to the system. Their nse ba. been PredjictlTe
nTdeddedly benedcial effects. .Wt T.UOQSJtA.
HOK. JAMES M. WOOD, 1
Xx.Xayor of Wllliamsport, Pennsylvania.
I take rrcet ukjaasie In recommending " Hooflsedt
German Tonic to any one who may be rBlcted wiia
rytpenela. I sad the Dyreepstoso bsdly Uwasfra
poMlbU to keep any mod oi i y stomach, and 1 be
came so weak a not to b able to vajk half a mUev
T.o bouk of Tic effected . r-t 27wooo. j
Boonanrrs German Remedies aweoeMeHMtod.
The eenaine ha.e the tipiatare of CM. J
on thVfrort of the oatwde wrapper of each bottJe.
aidtheaame of the article blowa m each bottle. AU
Others arc cooatecftlt. .
Price ef tie Bitters, tUOO per kUe
Or, fcair aVoxen for .00.
PrteeertkeTeBle. 1.0 par SetUe
Or, a half doaeat ror IT.SO. f
Te rn4 U ptU up in Qumrt Jtottlet.
Keconect that K I Dr. Hoolarfa GjrM BJS.
4M that are ao TSt &?Zm
exeaded i aad do not allow ua"fV''''"KiKWrmt
an take anrthlns else that he may say Is Jest as seo.
taut Uire profit oa 1L aeee lema.
JSTtiU be eent by expreas to soy locality apoa av
AT THE GERMAN MEPICTNE STORE,
jre.Jl ARCn BTRTXT, TiUtMphiM.
CHAS. M. EVANS, - Proprietor:
. (Parmerly C. M. JACKSON A Co.)
These remediee sre for tale byDrneifista, Storekeep.
ar. aad Medicine Dealers ,H vj.
ray-Do aot ioreet to examine well tbsattw
la order to ret the genuine.