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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR
FRIDAY, pec. 23, I8T0.
..k::.. - H'OTICE.
c Morgan Co- Medical Society.
t Aa adjosrctd meeting o! the It organ Co.
Medical Society will be btld is the room
adjoining Robertson's Drag Store, in lie-
TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1871.
" "It is hoped there will be a. full sod prompt
- attendance. . Nov.llth,";o,tf.
"... ITESTIVAr,-A Fes
l iiTil will b bcld at MOERIS'
'HALL, on Wednesday Evening, the
2&Lb. of December, for the benefit of j
'the Methodist Church, Eer. W. T.
.A, cordial invitation is hereby ex
- tended to the citizens of McConnels
ille, Malta, and their respective rU
' cinities. Admission, 10 Cento. .
.. . By Order of the Committee.
Eead advertisements of Harpe:
& Brothers publications.
f .Thi Lady's Friend is advertised
in another column.
" Euro for Vick'e Floral Gnide for
1871. Seif advertisement.
TATTEimow is called to advertise
nent of Chas. J. C.
Jlline & fJo in
Don't fail to read the advertise
Taeot of Sattrrdny Night in another
Xotici new -advertisement of E.
S. "Woodward and W. A. Mathews
& Co. Head every lino of it.
' Thi Bteamer J. IL Best laid op m
tie canal here, on l&bt Wednesday
night. - -' - - - '
- B. F. Power's patent Spring was
tested on the B. & O. E. E., last
week, and prononnced a success be
yond all expectation.. . .
. TBI . Maskingnm froze - oyer on
Wednesday morning. The steamer
"Mink" made ber regular trips,
lowever, on that day, , but yester
day morning was compelled to lay
np. , ' : - '"
Physicians, of Morgan County,
abonld remember the meeting of the
Morgan County Medical Society, on
Tuesday, the 3rd day of January
S. B. Hosxek, Esq., of Zanesville,
called on f us . yesterday.' He has
been in attendance on our Court of
Common Pleas, being a party to a
Buit, which wm decided yesterday
in bis favor. Mr. Jlosmer is look.
ing-weli. - -
-Bet. Cocbtwrigbt tells us he ha
been holding a series of interesting"
meetings at the Bristol Presbyter
ian Church. Not only has Chris
tian interest been revived amongBt
those of long membership, but sev
eral have been ; converted and tak
en into the Church.
;P.,SwienT & Co. are manufac
turing about fifty thousand "Shoo
Fly" cigars a month, and are find
ing ready sale for them. In addi
tion, they aro making fully one
hundred . thousand Sloga Cigars
C. E. Cochran, cigar mannfactu
rer, reports to- ns that be cannot
keep ap with the demand there is
for bis Stoga Cigars. .. Ho has reg
ular patrons, not only in all the
principal cities of Ohio, but in Mi
chigan, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois,
Minnesota, 4 and - other Western
The adjourned term of the Court
of Common Plea, of this Count,
convened on Wednesday, Judge M.
M. Granger, presiding. A special
Grand J ory was called to investi
gate the charge against Stephen
Miller, which raised on Wednesday
evening, fiudiog an indictment a
gamst him for murder in the second
degree. He . will be tried either
next week, before Judge W ood, or
about the 1st of February.
Err. McGctrx, of tho M.E. Church,
preached from the following text,
on last Sunday evening :
"Blessod is the man that endur
eth temptation for when he is
tried, be shall receive the crown of
life, which be Lord hath promised
to them that love Hint," -James 1:
It is said by those who heard him,
that he made some of the most tell
ing stroKee against Liquor Vending
and Intemperance, that ever were
nttered in McConnelaville,
Da. TLlmbleton has another com
munication in this week's issue.
We publish his artrtle is the bope
that it will be the last ct the kind
well be asked t publiah. While
the Doctor is able to write a good ar
ticle, it is to be deprecated that he
does not turn his talent toward a sub
ject which be cobM treat with Berne
good results to society. If he does
not believe in the troths of -Revealed
Eeligion, he obonld reeognize
tho fact that his opposition thereto
cannot be of any good to any one.
Christianity has lived throughout
years and years, and is more firmly
rooted in the affections of intelli
gent men t3-day, than "aver it
waa. .-. ':.
Bet. Hinet Cooper, of the Pres
byterian Church delivered a telling
temperance sermon on last Sunday
morning and evening, from the fol
lowing text t
"Ho that is cot with me is against
me, and he that gathereth not with
me, scattereth abroad' 2fath. 12;
We bad intended to make a full
report of this sermon, .but circum
stances, over which we had no con
trol, claimed the time which we had
set apart for the labor of so doing.
Suffice it to eay, that Mr. Cooper
left impressions on . the minds of ull
his hearors that time will not be
able to erase, and that those im
pressions cannot but redound to the
glory of the Church. The sermon
not only bespoke the earnestness
and fearlessness of the speaker, but
it also demonstrated his devout be
lief in Christianity, and made, we
doubt not, many professing Chris
tians reflect on their course of ca
tering to the greatest enemy of
Christianity, to-wit: the Liquor
Traffic ; and, we may also add, that
it inspired respect in, if it did not
completely revolutionize, the minds
of those who have been wont to
look doubting!? on Christianity, be
cause of the inconsistency of its
professors. . J
Wi clip the following ' from the
report, in the Herald of last week
of O. 1L Lovell'a meeting with Ste
phen Miller, at Portsmouth, on the
2d instant. Lovell says :.
"1 told him be had committed
terrible crime, that a reward was
offered for him and that I could
have him arrested : but I saw from
bm talk that he intended to give
himself np voluntarily, and I ad
vised him to do so. I would have
given him money to come home.
He seemed almost distracted
talked to him about five minutes.
He had not been drinking then.
I got to Marietta, Sunday, the 4th
came to my home, in Morgan Vo.
the 9th. I have not been np to
town till to-day, the lZth."
We wonder if any of the readers
of the Herald understood the object
of publishing this statement of O.
1L Lo veil's. If not, we will tell
Lovell, . all will remember, is a
Eepublican office-holder of this
County, and some people were die
posed to censure him for not having
Miller arrested. Some people, and
Republicans too, are foolish enough
to suppose that a man who has
been honored with the trust of the
people, by being elected to office, is
obliged to pay extra attention to
the County interests, and that
while it would have been the duty
of any citizen of tbe County, or
State, that knew him, to cause Mil
ler to be arrested, it was much more
obligatory upon an officer of this
County to do bo. Lovell, and oth
ers of the Republican leaders, found
out that such a feeling existed, and,
n order to smooth the matter over.
he patched up bis story, part of
which wo clip. .
There are some rery peculiar
things in the paragraph we clip.
and well notice some of them.
Lovell Says, "I told him he had
committed a terrible crime, and
that a reward was offered for him."
Now the truth of the matter is that,
on the 2d instant, tbe date of his
seeing Miller in Portsmouth, there
had been no reward offered for Mil
ler. The reward was not offered
for some days thereafter, and we
would suggest to Mr. Lovell not to
attempt to excuse himself again by
saying that tho reason he did not
arrest Miller was that Le knew he
would give himself up, and that be
did not want to put tbe County to
tbe expense of paying the reward.
Even had there been a reward of
fered, Mr. Lovell, in causing Mil
ler's arrest, need not have done so
such a manner as to have sub
jected the County to its pajmeat.
Lovell, further, says : "I got to
Marietta, Sunday, the 4th, came to
my home, in Morgan County, the
9th, I have not been up to town
till to-Jay, the 12th." This is thrown
out for the purpose of making the
people believe that Lovell did not
have aa opportunity to put the auth
orities here on Miller's track before
the 12th, throe days after bo Was in
the haada of tbe Sheriff of this
County. We wonder, now, if Mor
gan County has an official bo behind
the times as not to know there is a
telegraph line running to McCon
nelsville, and that, a few hours
tbe farthest after his seeing Mil
ler in Portsmouth, be could have in-
forme J our authorities of bis Where
abouts. Had he even not "known
there is a telegraph line running
here, he could, had he been dispos
ed to half do hia duty, have trans
mitted the information by mail bo
that it would have been received
here by the 4th or 5kh lnetant.
We have noticed this matter at
more length thaw we would, had
not Mr. Lovel and tSo Herald un
dertaken- to smooth- over said Lov
ell's deliquency in duty, and" hold
him up in the light of a praise
worthy officer. We are down on
such humbuggery, and will expose
wherever we find it. The whole
matter In a nut-shell is that Lovell
didn't caw a continental about Mil
ler being arrested, and this is the
only sensible explanation of his
courso that can be made.
A Chance for a Railroad.
We now have an opportunity for
becoming connected with the rest
of mankind by a railroad: - All have
talked railroad for years, and it
has seemed to be ali talk to many,
and has, thereby, caused them to
despair of our ever having one. But
now tbe reality is staring ns in the
face, and asking us if we have
really been in earnest during the
past twenty years that have been
chiefly devoted to talk.
A new road called the Dayton
and Mineral Begioc B. R., commen
cing at Dayton and running East,
through the Counties of Montgom
ery, Greene, Madison, Pickaway,
Franklin, Fairfield, Perry, Morgan,
Noble, Monroe, and Belmont, to
Bellaire ori the Ohio Biver, has just
been incorporated, and is bound to
go through, and will be brought
past McConnelsville if our citizons
want a Bailroad bad enough to sub-
cribe an amount sufficient to grade
the road . from McConnelsville to
the middle fork of Sunday Creek,
all the Morgan County subscription
to be spent In constructing the load
in Morgan County.
It is to be hoped that our busi
ness men will take hold of this maS
ter immediately, and come to some
thing of an understanding relative
to the advantages that will accrue
to us by means of this road, and
also take .the necessary steps to
ward securing them.
For the Conservative.
Mr. Editor: Someone suggested to me
that "H. Cs." asinine parable in your
last paper, is intended as a reply to my
criticism of his Thanksgiving Sermon;
or, rather, of certain dogmas held
forth in that discourse. "
Now, this may be so ; and, if so, then
it would also seem possible that scur
rilous allusions to individuals is the
most cogent argument that the Ber.
gentleman can adduce in support of
any favorite dogma, ' which may hon.
estly be called in question.-
Well, that style of argument may
serve to elicit applause from the un
reasoning rabble, and may Betid to
best serve the purpose of a clergyman
who finds himself in possession of a
theory which is susceptible of no oth
er support, but I must beg leave to be
excused from replying in a similar
style of argument. Ridicule, denunci
ation, . and defamation, may torture a
Galileo, may poison a Socrates, impris
on a Columbus, or crucify a Christ, but
it has never established a truth or an
nihilated a principle. Then, why re
sort to it in this enlightened age ?
The question, then, which I raised in
m criticism ot his discourse, and
which Mr. Cooper would fain obscure
from view with his Beast, still stands
as before, in all its magnificence and
grandeur, fraught with the deepest
significance and highest importance to
mankind, namely : Is there an organ
ized being outside of and beyond the
laws of Nature, which exercises ar spe
cial influence over the destinies of
mankind and the laws of the Universe,
in an arbitrary and lawful manner 7 '
I deny the proposition, and chalenge
the proof ot the existance of such a be
ing; andifilr. H. C, or any other
clergyman of this vicinity, have such
evidence at their command, let them
not resort to bombast, but present it,
through this channel, in a plain and
concise manner, so that the masses of
readers who, like myself, very seldom
attend church, may read, digest, and
understand them ; and let them there
by evince their vauMed desire to dis
seminate light and knowledge to those
who would gladly accept it.
I am well aware that it is argued
that the laws of Mature, in their Work
ings, indicate design, and hence there
must hate been a designer, and charge
us with a want of philosophical percep
tion. Yet they seem to forget that tbe
mouth, eyes, hands, "hinder parts,
and feet, with which all "heathen na
tions" clothe their gods, are also evi
dences of detign, and hence we, in all
sincerity ask, who dttigntd the Joves,
the Josses, at d theJehvoaasr
But, gentlemen of. "'the cloth," let
me not forestall the argument, but
come forward with the evidence, and
rest assured that it shall be Weighed
with the greatest candor, as truth and
knowledge is our only object in the
enquiry. SR. W. J. HAMBLETOX.
"Christmas Comes But Once
We call tbe attention of the pub
ic, and especially of those in search
of Christmas' or New Year's pres
ents, to our large and fine Stock of
Goods, most of which was selected
expressly for- the Holiday trade.
n Gents' line, our. Stock is larger
and better than ber-etofor", tCKWit :
Plain and Fancr Neck-ties and
Scarfs, the latest in the market i
Collars, put np in unustfalfy attrac
tive styles ; ? Suspenders, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, " Pulse Warmers,
Cuffs and Cuff Buttons, Cigar Cases
rocKei cooks, rocicot knives, .Fan
cy Pipes, Clothes Brushes, and nu
merous other articles ; and, for the
Ladies, we have Balmoral and Fan
cy Skirts, Traveling Baskets and
Satchels, Breakfast ShalB, Fine
'Hair Brushes. Gloves. Handker.
chiefs, "Grecian Bend" Combs, new
style f Cuff Button, and many oth
er articles not mentioned. We ask
a share of patronage in these goods,
and pledge ourselves- to eeil as low
as the samn artitle can fie had aitf-
woere. uive ub a can i
; . F". SILL & CO.
The finest and lareest varietr of
Queensware. Glass.China, and Fancy
Articles, ever broueht to McConnbls
ville. at the Queensware Store. Call'
and see for yourselves:
Mabbied. James Watkins, Esq , and
Mrs. Amanda M. Winn were married
on Wednesday, by Ber. J. P. McLain.
Thi TJniversalist Festival, held
Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
has been a.' success, but we have not
learned to what extent.-
Christxas Tbbk. The Hisses Hot
brook have prepared a magnificent
Christmas Tree, which is now being
gated upon, at their establishment, by
all lovers of the beautiful. It is robed
With-the choicest articles for Chris W
mas presents that have ever been on
exhibition in McConnelsville, and all
the ladies are expecting to be the re
cipients of something from its bounto
ous branches. Don't fail to call aad
f B. A Good assortment of Pocket
Knives) at SILL'S.
IS- Go to Hallidav & Co' to
buy your Christmas Presents. m
B&. Gold Opera Chains I
Gold Kecklaces I
Plaid How now si
Skirts at SILL'S.
Hoop, and Fane J
t. Elgin Watches,
days, at Vincent's.
t& FUES 1 FUBS! the best in
tbe market, at Halliday's.
Holiday Presents I
. Solid Silver and
- Plated Ware I
H. B.Vincent A Bro.
The Ladies will fir.d the beat
Stock of Lace Collars, Lace Hand
kerchiefs and Lace Goods at G. E.
Halhdays & Co's.
The "Howard 'the Very fines
Watch made in America, in Geld or
Silver cases, at Vincent's.
O- Hurcules Scarfs at SILL'S.
A very large and fine assortment of
Queensware lust received, call and ex
amine the quality and prices at R. L
J ensins .
A new lot of those Pebble Goat
Sewed Shoes expected in a day or two,
at Stone's. " -
Ift-Parents who contemplate err
ing their children a skate on the Park
had better inrest in a bottle of Dun
can's Expectorant. "A word to tbe
A.They hare the largest stock and
finest array of Holidat Goons at A
PAIR'S Book Store ever brought to
19 Kid Gloves and fine dressed
"Bog Skin" Gloves at SILL'S.
BA. Arctic Overshoes, just the thins
tor coia weatner, at stone a.
VA.Go to A hub's Book Store and se
lect some of those handsome and ex
cellent BOOKS, for IToIidar presents.
I bey are tbe most acceptable and ap-
- . - i . 1 i . . .
propnate gun mat can do oesiowea
upon any one.
BA. Ladies' and Gents' rocket books
at oiiju a.
C6Persos in Want of a fine suit of
blaok Broad Cloth had better price
Stone's goods before buvine. He is
selling out his stock at prices that can
not tail to please.
BA.New and eleeant BOOKS, in rich
and handsome bindings, received at A'
dais's Book Store to-day.
Finest Stock of Prints in town
just opened at SILL S.
tf31.3ew stock of Diabies ro 18?1 m.
ceited at ADAIR'S Book Store to- day.
J0u Lots of nice Goods expressly for
the Holidays, just opened at mll S.
School Books1! L
New stock of School Books this clay
received at ADAIR'S Book Store.
They are in constant receipt ef these
Goods, and aim to keep their assort
m t f, T .
2S$ Brown and Bleached tnnxlfna
just received at SILL'S.
t ONE DOLLAR expended in
Duncan's Expectoraht may save fen In
Doctor's bills. Stone has it
l&.The finest stock and largest as
sortment or KW&.S ever brought to
this place, this day received at Aslia s
Stocking Yarns arid G erman
town Yarn, nice lot, at SILL'S.
Splendid, rich, and elegant Hol
iday Books at ADAIR'S Book Store.
New stock received this week.
KB Go to see th mmiffrnnl R'ywt
of Cents' Famishing Goods, at BILL'S.
BA.An excellent, new, and spi.indid
stock of STtBtoscoPKS and Snmosxinc
Virws received at ADAIR'S Book Store
this week. They make excellent and
desirable Holiday presents. - -
SA Dr. Duncan's is now used in
many families in town, and all pro
nounce it just the thing one dollar t
bottle at Stone's.
t-Sew supply of Domnos, Stkkl
FiS8,.PElCH0tBF.RJJ. Out LaBRZS, SLAT,
ic, just received at ADAIR'S Book
Store cm to-day.
I. Good line of Groceries constant
ly kept at SILL'S;
s. New Furs looked for this week
at Stone's. Fur Collars for Gents.
Lined Kid and Calf skin gloves fur
tops,- on hands and for sale. .
FLORAL GUIDE FOR 1SY1.
The First Edition of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand copies of VieVs
Illustrated Catalogue of Seeds and Flo
ral Guide, is nablished and in
send out, 100 pages, and1 EwgraYingrof
aimosi every aesiraoie Mower and Ve
getable. It is elegantly printed on fine
tinted pr,' illustrated with tlrrea
hundred fine Wood Engraving's and
lhe'most beautiful and' the most in
structive Floral Guide published. A
German Edition published, in all other
respects similar to the English.
Sent free to all my customers of 1870,
as rapidly as possible, without aDnli-
cation. Sent to all others who order
them for Ten Cents, which is not half
the cost Address.
Rochester, New York.
SPEEDY CUEE ! !
E. S Woodward
W. A. MATHEWS & CO,
Keep the best of everything the market
affords in use uroeery ana rrormon Aiine i
They know jtost what will tickle the palates
ot the people.
,- BEEF ! '
And all Via St ef meats sold 80 cheap that
it slways giret tbeir cnciomers good sppa
titestoeat. It mikos hungry people hsp.
py, henlthy and robust ; drires sickness
from the household: spoils the trade of Ihe
Doctors and makes every cook prend of her
table. Unsbaads, wno Bare cross wires,
will always find a few cuts of
FROM THIS HOUSE A
for trouble. Its savory presence en the ta
ble always pats everybody in a good hum
or, and at toe Buckeye Block is the place
to get it I Ask anybody, in the expression
of whose countenance you see BEEF
and they can tr!l yon the
place. They also keep aa kinds of the re
At the lowest price t They bnr, too ; and,
what is more remarkable, they bay and sell
ererything, irom a .
Cracked Egg to it Fat Steer ! !
Giro them a call. One Dwr Cast of E!
Shepard's Wholesale Grocery, Center St.,
Dee. 13, 187ft mo.
now lost, now restored.
Jast onblithed, a new edition
afDr. Cnlrerwell's Celebrated
Essay on the Radical Cure
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Se
minal Weakness, Inrolantary Seminal Los
ses, Impotenry, Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, Impediments to Marriare, etc.; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and i it?, induced
by srir-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
SPrice, in a sealed envelope enly six
The celebrated' author, In th:S admirable
essar. elearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years 'successful practice, that the alarm-
ar consequences of self-abuse may be rad
ically eared without the dangerous use of
internal mea cine or tne application of tne
knife t nointins- oat a mttde of cure at once
simple, certain, and enectual; by lne.ics of
wmcn erery. sunerer, no matter wnat ma
eenditlon may be, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
Car This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and erery man in the laud.
Sent Under seal, ia a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of 6 cents
or two postage stain ps.
Also, vt. uuirerweu s .marriage uuide
price li cents.
Address tne .ruonenersj
Cbas. J. C. Kline & Co.,
117 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box 4588.
C. Ia. H ALJL,
Wholesale and Retail
AlAllAlilllXJlSl. VI U VWU)
. BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM Lj
NoV. 11 1870 tf.
Dry G o o d s y
OF ALI KINDS,
BOOTS AKD SnOEf),
Ecr ia mind the followiLg :
COOL pays cash for Batter and' Eggs.
COOL pays cash for Hides.
COOL sells the celebrated Boots and
Shoes or Boflalo Work, and warraoU them
sot to rip I
COOL baa a large Stock of Steabenville
Flannels sod Jeans on band, aud bas com-'
plele control ot what be bas !
COOL will sell von whatever too want
at as low rates as' you can get correspond'.
ing' articles ip town 1
. CALL OX COOL 1 -t
As maotiod, from iwIiTelloo or olber eanme, hat
been dooaied to ender from disease, d also has retne
dr for rii??ase been pravitiM. Onr hills and valievs
abonnd with roots and herb, which if acleotidcjUlf
prepared and compoondd. will restore alalia and
vijrur to the invalid. To And sncha remedy weaaoold
sets one tiiat has stood tue test of age. -
Sars Cars fcr liver Cmplaiat,
Sara Cira ibr Erspcpsla,
Sara Cure fcr Eslinit;,
Sura Cure fbr Jaundice,
Sore Cars for y.vTWTrreay -.
And all am-etiona ariilrij from weakness Or want of
action In the Liver or Digestive Orjas. TUe great
And all disease arising from It. The great prevent
FEVER AND AGUE.
It to m Impossibility r any e to have Perer and
Acne. If the; will ase a few boulea of this remedy
each sprln and talL
$100 $100 $100
Will b i-lTeo for anv case nf this disease that occurs
to any one that ase tbe Bitters or Tonic aa a pre
ventive. These who have the Fever and Aae wtll and. after
th chills have stopped, that by iu? a few bottles of
the Bitter or Tonic, that the diseare will not mum.
These remedies will rebuild their Constitution faster
than any other known remedy.
The remedies were placed before the public thirty
year acx, with all the prejndices of so-called "patent
medicine" operating against them, bat j-radaally tbeir
virtue became known, and now, to-day, they stand at
the head of all preparations of their class, with to
indorsement of eminent jadses, lawyer, clcrygymen
Read' the following symptoms. an4 If yon find that
yoor nvMem Is affected by any of them, yon may rest
assured that disease bas coanraencad Its attack on tbe
must important organs of yonr body, and nnlese soon
checked by the we of powerful remedies, a miserable
life, soon Unniaatlng In death, will be the result.
ward Files. Fulues
Of Blood to the Head, Aci
dity of the Ktomach, Nansea,
Eeartbnrn. Distrust for Food. Fol
- nes or Weight in the stomach, bonr
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit of the Stumacb. bwimmin of the Head;
Earned or Difficult Breathing. Flutterins; at the
Bean, Choking or SufXocatiu sensations when In
a lvini; posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Vtebs before the Sight, Dull Pi n In the Head,
Deficiency of Pervpiratlon, Yellowness of
the bkin sad Ejvn, Fain In the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, etc, Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Bnrnlni; la
. the Flesh, Constant im
. aginiiur of ril, and
, sion of
AS Indicate disease of the Liver or Digestive Organs,
combined with impure blood.
Is entirely vegetable, and contains no Honor. It 1 a
enmnonnd of Fiaid Extract. The Root. Herbs end
Barks from which tbese extract are made, are gath
ered in Germany; all the medicinal virtues are ex
tracted from them by a scientific chemist. These ex
tracts are then forwarded to this country to be nsed
expreralr for tlie manntactnre of thie Bitters. There
i no alcoholic sobatance of any kind nsed In com-
nounmne; ire imters; nence it is tree irom an tne on
jecuoss incident to the nse of a liqnor preparation.
Is combination of an the Inirrerllcnta of tbe Bitters
with the parent quality of Santa Cms Bam. Orange.
Ac. It ia used for the same diseases a the B. Iters, in
where some pur aicobone atunulna Is required.
Like tlie Allowing was never before offered In behalf
ot any medicinal preparation :
llOf. G. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
rUIvleljMa, ITarA lGib. 1S67.
I Drrd MHoofland"s German Bitters" Is good Tonic,
octal in dieae of the digestive organ, aint ol
great bcceSt in eases of debility and want of nervosa
actiou in the system. Your truly.
GEO. W. WOODWARD.
nOV. JAXM THOXPSOjr,
Justice of the Supreme Ccmrt of Pennsylvania. ,
PhUa'itlphia, April ftii, 1ST
I consider" HooEand a German Bituirs" avalnabW
medicine in cae of attacks of Indigestion or Dyspep
sia. I can certify thi from my experience of it.
Yours, with respect.
nOX. CEO. flUAIWWOOD,
Justlceof the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
FMiadripMa, Jtmt 1st. !!.
tliave loan j by experience tuu "lloonxud's tier-
man Bitters " Is a very good tonic, relieving dyspeptic,
symptom almost directly.
HOW. W3X. r. ROGERS,
Xiyor of the City or Bnffsio, N. V.
Jf tyor'i fcs. Bufjlo. Jmi JM.
I have nsed "Hooilanifs German Bitter and Tonic
In my family daring the past year, and cam recoup
mend them as an excellent tonic, tnrpartlni; tone'Vid
viiror to the system. Their use ha been productive
of decidedly beneficial effects.
WU Tf. ROGERS.
Ifnofiand' German Remclie are eounterfelfert.
See that the signature of C. M. JACKSON 1 on tke
wrapper ot eaca bottle. All others are counterfeit. .
Principal offlce end manu&ctOTy at the German
Medicine Store, No. 031 ARCii bi'RilET, Phiiadol
CHAS.- 11 EVAUS, Prop'r.
formn-Xg C. M. JACKHOX CO.
Hoonaiirs German Bitters, per bottle 31.00
Moocand's German Bittsrs, ha f doaen S.OS)
UooOau'r Gotmaa Tonic, pnt upinqt. bottle
per bottle, or a half duzea for. 7.00
. Do aot forget to examine well th article you boy
ia order to gel the genuine.
For Sale by all Druggists;
And Dealers In sfediciiM everywhere;
SPRAGLE'S COLI JI.V.
Warranted to be (be Cheapest
fTfttl I fil
Will do all it is fccdmineniled to do or the
FIH3T It will restore raj or faded ttair
to it natural color. It will change red hair
to a beautiful aubnrn.
SECOND It will tighten lie Bair, thus
arresting and preventing ita falling out.
THI UD It will eradicate dandruff and
core itchinf ef the sealp aad relieve tbat
unnatural beat in the head, of which many
FuUilTH It will change harsh and wi-
ry hair into the oft aad silken appearance,
so much desired.
The followinj, amonjf many aclcnowled--ments
to its superiority as a 'Hair Restora
tive and Creasing, will speak for them
seJ ret i . . .
MJCoilsttli,t:, 0., Jfov. SO, 1870.
W herebv certify that we have teled the
article e.tiled EXCELSIOR BAIR RE
STORA TIVE,ni find it to be all that is
claimed for it a complete Hair Cestorer
and Hair Dressing.
i t. i irmn
W. W. il CAJiTY.
GET THE BEST!
10. Pe t . Pel
ii!P;9;2?l ?ay-s fsMwJy
OS, IN PLAIN TATE, THE
Trj one Package aad be Con
vinced. PRICE .
S5cts. or 5 for 81
For Sale fcy IJrnsrlsis & Conn
Ciscinsatt, O.. Oct. 8, 1870.
R. Rorarlip. McfJonneisvilli. Or Snrl
ns five gross of your Cattle Powders, (Ohio
f armer S.J a. tf. aia.iiiUAJ & C'J.
The Ohio Farmer' Condition Fowders
it tbe best medicine for horses 1 have ever
used, and I have tried many others Team
ster for McUonceleville fcah Factory.
Porter A Pyle boy Ohio Farmer's Con
They en red my horse vfhen t and all my
neighbors theog'it he would die.
"Tour Powders (Ohio Farmer's) should
be more used among the farmers than they
are. I kcow them to be a good thing tor
stock." ;. J. A. ADAJii.
They sre s good thing for stock. 3R.
PA UK tit;
Ask for the Ohio Farmer's Condition
Powder, and take no ether;
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CLASS, PETTY, &,C.
Pure Wines and Liquors
ron medical. rsE.
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Great care always used ia select in;
fVo'ir Drag. We aim to keep nothing
-3fthatis inferior. Proscriptions put od
ta-in a safe and careful manner. We
9wonld be glad to hare soma of yoor
nqaestlonably Ibebrrtt 9na-
talaed Work pibe Hind lu
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