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THE CONSERVATIVE. I
IOSKPH A.. EtLLY, XDITOK ASD FKOFRIKTOR.
tf'COIvNSLSVLLLE, OHIO :
FRIO AT, . ..... Dec. 30, IS70.
tVE HAVE BEEX IXDCCED,
through conversation with many of our
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charged up, in all cases, at the rate of
Two Dollars a year.
BY WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON.
The Message of President Grant
to Congress, in its general tone and
pnrpose, will doubtless, receive the
cordial approval of the American
people ; but that portion of it which
relates to tho annexation of San
Domingo to this country, though
plausibly presented, ahould be re
garded not only with distrust, but
as involving the gravest consequen
ces. There is something inexplicable
in the seal and pertinacity which
UOU, Uiauk lilftUliVCM au uio
cacy of the absorption of that ro
pnblic by our own. At tho last ses
sion of Congress he exerted his
roat influence, and offered what
ever is tempting in official patron
age, to secure the ratification of a
treaty to this end ; but in vain. In
no part ot the country was there
.the slightest indication of a wish or
thought to annex that island to our
national domain. Not a public
meeting bad been held in reference
to it ; the press, with scarcely an
exception, gave no countenance to
the measure ; yet the President was
.as strenuous for it as though he had
been elected expressly villi refer
ence to its adoption, ar.d seems to
have made it almost a test uf pers
onal friendship in reference to
members of -Congress. It has been
publicly alleged that, because Mr.
Sumner, a chairman of the Cira
nuttee on Foreign Relations, resist
ed it as inexpedient and uncalled
lor, Mr. Motley, hisin'imate friend,
Las been compelled to vacate his
pot ss minister to the Court of Et.
James ; and the allegation has nev
er been authoritatively denied. It
may be utterly ground loss, and cer
tainly seems almost incredible ; but
to this honr no official reasons have
been given for a removal so uncx
pec ted and so very generally re-
rrrAftnrl ff it Kfl aairl I hut t h. Prt.
Biflent ir not Douna to give dis rer
'sons, the answer is that, though
this may be technically true, nev
ertheless it is contrary to the genius
of republican institutions for him
to exercise arbitrary .power, ospc
cially in a matter ol such gravo im
portance. He is but a servant of
the people ; and they have a right
to knew (or what cause he recalls a
foreign minister whose reputation
may be.au dear to them as hie own.
Either Motley has been true to his
trust, or be has not. If he has, he
should not have been removed ; for
the act is, on its face, an impeach,
mentof his official capacity or fidel
ity. If he has not, the proof should
be furnished, and the rectitude of
the President thereby illustrated.
By the United States Constitu
tion the President is empowered to
romtnat "and by and with the ad
vice of the Senate" to appoint nm
bflfcANdors, other public ministers,
and connls. etc. If the action of
tbeSei aie is necessary to thoip
pointtnent of such functionaries,
why should it not be required in
ease of their removal from office ?
To appoint at the President's own
discretion in no more dangerous to
the public weal than to remove :
and, it this is not allowed in tho one
case, it should not be in tho other,
because it offers unlimited scopo to
the indu'gence of personal favorit
ism or official corruption.
It cannot be otherwise than mor-!
tifying to Mr. Motley to find himsolf j
dismissed from his high trust, withv
out knowing why or wherefore,)
and such dismissal looks, prima facie,
hko a reflection upon bis official
conduct. If no charges are prefer
red, how can he exonerate him ?
Compelled by self-respect to resign
his position as minister at Vienna,
under the evil administration of
Andrew Johnson, his unsolicited
appointment to a still more impor
tant trust by Goneral Grant, "by
m l with the advice of the Senate,'
gave uncommon satisfaction to the
country at largo not morely as
-jistly complimentary, but as a well
tieWvod rebuke to thai official and
Inquisitorial imperLinonco which led
to his retirement in the instance
tie i 'oate.l. Honce the general ear
prise at his sudden removal from
the English embassy. But not to
Giving no hoed to tae rejection
cf bis pet project by the Senate, at
the last session, the JFresident re
news bis recommendation for the
pecdy acquisition of San Domingo
with a zeal that is possibly all his
own : but with a tropical flow of
rhetoric and a rose-colored picture
of the advantages to be gained by
the measure cot at all in his lino.
'Who the rhetorician and painter re
ally is is not very material, seeing
that the President assumes the re
pori6ibility. Time, he says, has
only confirmed him in .his view;
- but the lapse of a few months adds
nothing for confirmation, and re
veals nothing that was not as well
known before. lie would fain make
the delay a perilous one on our
part ! For be ay he firmly bo
,l3V0 that, if wo abandon "tho pro
Ijecl ol accepting
as a part ot our
territory tua Island of b:iu Domin
go, a-freo port will be negotiated for
hy European nations." What if it
thould ? A tree port cannot be dis
astrous to tbe interests of a free
vjople, however detrimental it may
trovd to selfish monopoly.
Next, we havo admonition and
warnicg, in the shnpe of a prophe
cy, that "on the Bay ot Samana a
largo commercial city will tpring
op, to which we will be tributary,
without receiving corresponding
benefits ; and then will be seen the
folly of rejecting so' great a prise."
Bui Ibis is mere asnmpiion. No
such city can pnng up in that
quarter without bring advantageous
to ourst-lvcs in the matter of com
mercial exchanges ; and we shall
no more be tributary to it than we
now are to Londnu or St. IVters
The President argues that the ac
quisition of San Domingo is desira
ble because of its geographical pos
ition. This is an old plea for every
coveted territorial enlargement.
"And it came to pass that Naboth,
tho Jczrcclito, had a vineyard,
which was in Jezrecl, hard by the
palace of Ahab, king of Samaria.
And Ahab spake unto Naboth, say.
ing, Give me thy vineyard, that 1
may have it for a garden of herbs,
becavse it is near unto my house. And
1 will give thee lor it a better vine
yard than it ; or, ifitsccmelh good
to tbee, I will give thee tbe worth
of it in money. Ani .Naboth naid
to Ahab : The Lord forbid it mo
that I should give the inheritance
of my fathers unto thee."
It is true the President repre
sents Naboth to bo not only willing
but desirous to sell out for a consid
eration, lie avers that 4 the people
of San Domingo yearn for the pro
tection of our free instigations and
laws, our progress and civilization."
Whcro is tho proof? Is it to bo
found in the fact that tho people of
that island are preparing a costly
testimonial to be presented to Sen
ator Sumner, as a token of their
gratitude for having successfully
resisted the proposition lor annexa
tion ? For myself, I do not believe
they have any such yearning ; and
i feel very confident thut the wbole
project is a mercenary speculation
on the part of certain "rings" in
this country and in San Domingo,
tbe President lending himsolf to it
in good faith, it may bo, but none
tbe loss ill-advised and deceived on
that account. If, however, it can
be indisputably shown, by a full
and legal expression of their views
on tho subject, that they desiro to
forego their independence as a re
public, and to constitute an insig
nificant fractional portion of our
own ; and if the terms shall be re
cognized by them as satisfactory,
then, indeed, my impressions will
be seen to be groundless. Still, ev
en in that case, 1 should doubt the
wisdom or desirableness of an early
annexation; for we are not, as a
people, so delivered from our cora
plexional prejudices as to insure
justice or fair dealing at our band
No doubt the island, it admitted
into the Union, would witness a
largo emigration of needy adventu
rers and greedy speculators from
this country, including no small
portion of the old slavcholding cle
ment at the South ; and these wo' J
carry wnh them American con
tempt tor negroes, and set purpose
to seize tbe reins of governmont
and control the offices and legisla
tion of tho island. Once having
obtained the mastery, tbe native
population would be liable to be
driven to tho wall, just as the Sou
thern treedmon are at the present
timo, though somewhat shielded by
tbe possession of the elective fran
chise. Such, at least, is my appre
hension. Until, therefore, a far
more radical change is wrought in
the spirit of the American people
toward the negro raco than tow ex
ists, I can see no special advantage,
but rather a great deal ot trouble,
growing out of the annexation un
That the foreign influx to winch
I have referred is quito certain to
rOllow the acquisition of the island
is soen in the fol'owing enticement
held out by the President : "San
Domingo, with a stable govern
ment, under which her immense
resources can be developed, will
remunerate wages to one hundred
thousand laborers, not now upon the
island." But these, be intimates,
will come from Cuba and Porto Ki
co, and thus the way will be paved
to abolish slavery in these islands
Very few will or can come from
that quiner. The overwhelming
mass will emigrate from this coun
try, utterly unscrupulous as to their
treatment of a people whose skins
are not colored hko their own.
As to abolition of slavery in the
Spauish colonies, it is my heart's
desire to sea it effected as speedily
as possiblo ; but that event, I trust.
is not distant, nor dependent npon
any such device us that which- the
The President asstm that ' the
people of San Domingo are not ca
pable ot maintaining themselves in
their present condition. Bat, bav
ing done so successfully (under
great vicisitudes, it is true) for
more than half a century, trom
what is their incapacity to be in
ferrod ? Besides, her natural alii
ance is with llayti ; and it will be
tree wisdom on tho part or thoso
absurdly divided republics to make
common cause VD I'.r ono govern
ment and a common constitution.
It should be our aim disinterested
ly to advise such a union, and,
whenever formed, to give it every
possiblo encour igement.
With a territory capable of sus
taining the present population ot
the globe, inexhaustible in iU re
source , unrivaled in it enterprise.
and peerless in its strength, is it
not humiliating to sco tho chief
magistrateof tho nation magnify-
ing the annexation of tno petty is
land of Sau Domingo as a measure
essential to our uat'.onal security
and prosperity, and "to provide
honest means of paying our honest
debts without overtaxing the peo
pie 7 We no more need it for any
such purposes than we do the plan
et Saturn. Such exaggeration may
do lor "buncombo"; but it is un
worthy a acnsiblo map, and a satire
upon the bcasted li'icrr-i.i excel-
icnco ol our republic..;: ;n
To Scenro the object f.r
bo zi-aloufly contends a znai quite
inexplicable, i;ot to say Kuspk-icus,
in view of his phlegmatic tempera
ment and well known cirt-un.spec-tion
the President count-els an
uexation by the passage through
both lloubs of Congress, like an or
dinary enactment, and by n Lure
majority of votes, of a joint resolu
tion. This is to override the treaty-ratifying
power ; and" ho finds
his justification in tho lawless dis
regard of that power by the man
ner in which slavery -cursed Texas
was acquired at tho dictation of the
slavcholding South. Let Congress
relufio to exerciso a prerogative not
conferred upon it by tho Constitu
tion ; and let nothing be allowed
except what is dono "by and with
the advice of the Senate," according
to the mode prescribed by tho "sc-
PREliK LAW Or TDK LAND."
Disgraceful. A Washirgton
Jibpatch, ol Dec 12th. says : .
"In the IIouso to-day ono of the
members rose to the floor sc drunk
that heconlu not address the Chair.
After repeatedly trying to rap him
down and failing, the Speaker re
fused to recognize bin, and procee
ded to business with him standing
in the aisle a humiliation to the na
tion. A repetition of the otlcnce
will probably necessitate a new
election in the York District."
Such scenes are Lot uncommon :n
our National Legislature, and fre
quently besotted drunkenness has
disgraced the Executive Depart
ment, flow long will the people
continue to support men and pnr-
ties given to and supporting such
National shame ?
Two Sides to a Question.
The Prohibition Herald, of New
Hampshire, thinks there nro two
sides to a question, as is evident
from the following extract:
"It is refreshing to read in the
Republican papers thicr sublime
glorification of Gon. Grant tor en
forcing the national law agninst
cloction frauds in New York in tho
late election. One would suppose
they were ihe most fearless, loyal,
and law-abiding party in the world.
Why don't thaso open-mouthed,
and loud-voiced Kepublican organs
shout for enforcement of Massachu
setts and New Hampshire laws ?
Ah I why ? Because, in Aow York
city, to enforce law would result in
giving tho Jtepublicans a relatively
largo vote; but in Massachns.t s
and New Hampshire, it would re
sult in giving them a relatively
diminished voto I Bravo patriots,
when it won't hurt your political
party, you can march an army from
Washington to enforc law, but when
it is likely to diminish your party
vote, your Republican functionaries
aro sicuiKing oebind ciuer uarreis
and lager beer casks, preachinz
moral suasion' against the widu
spread evils of intemperance."
Action of a Grand Jury in
We recommend the following ac
tion of a Grand Jury, of Greene
county, recently, to all Grand Jur
ies that may convene in Morgan
c mnly in time comir.g. After the r
ivork of indicting persons for num
erous offenses under the law, they
mado the following indictment a-
gain6t .King Alcohol :
! bo U rand Jury, at the closo Ol
this term, wish to express some of
their reflections during tneir labors
in the Jury lloom.
Facts proven before us, show the
following facts to be true :
1st. Some of the best men in so
ciety aro now neglecting thoir fam
ilies and business, and wear in their
faces the marks ot having been too
long at their wino.
2nd. Many young men who
might be" useful in society, have bo
come dangerous elements therein,
and ore tending to ruin, through
the influence of strong drink.
3d. Many of the children of this
tcneration tiro growing up under
the influence of dram drinking,
and are being schooled iu vice and
1th. Somo have been indicted
for crimes committed while under
the influence of 6trong drink.
For all the above, parents, child
ren and criminal, we wish to ex
press our sympathy, and mhko our
appeal to all peace-loving citizjns.
to labor with us tor tucir rciormaf.
Fiom tho abovo testimony, w
find the following true bill against
King AlcoUo! :
A. Ho is guilty of nearly all tho
crimo in our i ountrj.
B. He 18 blighting thehopsot
our country, by destroying the mor
als of toe children and youib, who
are to constitute our future citi
zens. C. He destroys tho peace and
happiness of the family, and of t' e
neighborhood, and ui society at
D. He ruins hopes of parents
and breaks the hearts of dependent
Wives and daughter?,
- E. Ho fills our jails, alms-hous
ca and penitentiaries. .
F. And from well anthenlicatcd
statist cs, in tbo United States a-
I jne, during a period of only iwe!ve
months, in one hundred thousand
instances we find him guilty of mur
per in the st dcgrct.
Iu cli sing our term of service, we
wish to bear cur united testimony
to the fidelity and integrity of cur
prosecuting attorney, one J. JS.
II awes, at.d express our enure con
fidence tint he will use all iawtnl
mars to bring all criminals tojus
tite. We also appeal to the executive
officers of tbe court to execute faith
fully every tcrit for violations of the
law regulating the sale of intoxica
ting liquors in the State of Ohio.
Passed by tho unanimous voice
of the Jurors of the Grand Jury, in
Aema, Wovemser Z3d, la.o.
Wm. M. North, Thornton Lucas,
Geo. W. Litiler, Charles Gage, J as
Scarf, Nixon G. Brown, Huirh Mc-
Kilhp, A. F. Etein, Wm. Galloway,
J. H. Eichclbarger, Wm. M'Faddcn,
Joel Swigert, J. L. Weaver.
Jesse li. Marshall, Foreman.
1IOLIII tY GOODS, &.C.
aa. GOLD LADY ELGIN ! -a
K3G0LD JjADY BARTLETT.-8
SSTGOLD SWISS WATCHES!-al
LADIES GOLD OPERA CHAINS!
S&" GENTS' GOLD CHAINS 1-I
The Latest Noveltijs m
The public are respectfully invit
ed to look through their Goods.
Remember, it is their greatest plea
sure to ehoff their Goods.
C Hi M AI
PA K I AN
F REN C H
A GXNKBAL TARIETT OF
WOODEN "W A H E
&c, Ac, 4c, at
TO Y S ,
OT ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
tQ-FOR THE CnXLDRE.Y,-a
And a Great Yarlety or
- ' - Vj. :
FOR TIIE GROWS PEOPLE!
SANTA CLAUS AND
iii i mum.
B. ol id ay
J. E. HANHA. Id. M. KENNEDY.
IIANNA & 'KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW, :
On Center Street, Bear tha Public Square,
BpecUl attention f irea to Collection.
W R, KELLY, M. ST.
May be found at hie office en
THE SOl'Tll-Yl EST CORXER
At all time, wbea not abeeat on Profeei
Reeeired daily and f erred in erery elyle.
Tbe patronage of tha Ladiee is epeciallr eo
lteited. In addition to the regular Saloon
trade, Oriten will be forwarded to all deei
ring them, by the can or half-can. Saloon
in tho Dr. Bambletoa Bouee, abobe the
public equare, on Center Street.
aelci the piblie to call and exemine hi
specimen Photagrapha, Ferrotypee, Am
b rot j pee, Gems, Ac, Ac, which caanotbo
surpassed anywhere. Hehas perfected ar
rangements whereby any ono can be ac
comodated with the neU of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
oTer Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Buildinr. Center Street. M'Connalivilla.
Ohio. . .
GIVEN UP I
That JOnv RYA5T is the BEST
Y1XLE. He has constantly on hand a good assort
ment of Fine and Stogie Boots, of his own
manufacture, which ho is offering at the
lowest CASH rites. Giro him a call at his
establishment a Korth-west corner of Pub
lic squmre, MeConnelsYiUe, Ohio.
6ept.l,lS7-ly. . , . . "
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
PATENT if EDICNES,
all srticles pertaining to tho
' He has on hand constantly a Isrce and
extensire stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LO WEST market pri
BEATTY & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan eouniy. mkrll,H70-ly.
iosei mm BUT I? !
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES 1 1
J. E. SPENCER &CO.
Of X. Y-, which are Daw offered to tbe
public, are primooaced by all Ibe celebra
ted OpMciattaof the World to bo the
Natural, Artificial help to tbe human ej
eret known. They are rroond under their
n supervision, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, and derive tbeir
name, ' Dismood, ' on aconut ot their
hardness and bfillianey.
The Scientific Principle
On wbirh they ar constructed bring the
core or center olthe lea directly in front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, healthy aieht, and
preventing all unpleasant aooMtiona, inch
ss glimmering and wavering of sight, dir
sinest, Ac, peculiar to all other in nse.
They are mounted In tbe Finest Man
ner, In frames of the best quality ol all ma
terial used tor mat purpose. Tbeir Boisn
nd curability cannot be surpassed
CAUtlU.N. rsone rename unless
hearing tbeir trade mark it imped on every
II. B. YIXCEVT & BRO..
Jeweler and Opticians, are ule agenli
!or uctJooDeisviiie, unto, from whom tht y
can only be obtained. These good ar
not appned 10 t eaiers at any price.
Jane 3, 1870-ly.
Wholesale and" Retail
a BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM
Not. 11 1870-tf.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
Blank. Book. Manufactory,
. FIXE JOB FRIXTIXG
Oar snecialtv. Music, Marasines. Ac.
bound in any style and at tha cheapest
rates. SV" Blank .Books lor tuniies
Banks, Merchants, c, best paper at th
ZaaesriUe, Oct. 15, 1SSI.
H. M. COCHBBAX. C. . BOZXAS.
i. T. SOXXAXSTIXE.
SOCTO TTEST SIDE OF THE
PUBLIC . ;
HARDWARE, H 0 USE-FURNISHING
: goods, ; j
ARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C&C
Girea to tha
SOLE AGESTS jj g
la this loeaiity for the sale of tha
C EC A IX 3? 10 zsr
Mowers & Reapers,
"W O E L D
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper,
mas vrACrvaKaa or
Cook & Heating Stoves,
aad odd pieces of alt the varieties ef Cook
Stoves in the country ; 1I kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Bait Kettle,
end Salt Flanges, 8ugr Kettles, Pots, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
erae of How Points. Machine Castings for
Steamboats. Saw M ilia. Salt Works, Mow.
ers and Reapers ; also Oast Iron t'himney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar window grat
ings, and also Otst Iron Legs for School
house Se-'ke and Beata.
Have constanttv on hsnd, manofaetnred
their order, all mannor of Tin-ware', Slow
Trimmings, Ac. '
Manofsctcrers of Water Tweers. Maadrill
Swedgts, Ae for Blacksmiths.
KemeruDer tna riace :
Soth-west Side of tho Public Sqnare
mar .18 1870-1 j.
AN IMMENSE STOCK I!
SPLENDID VARIETY OF PAT
GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES II
We haea new in atnrk tha 1 arrest and
moat excellent assortment of Wail Pane:
and Window Shades aver brought to Mo-
Coanelsville, and are determined to sell the
sameat such low figures as that it wilt na aa
inducement for everybody to purchase tneir
supplies from ns. Our stock is especially
attractive this season, comprising ail kinds
of Paper for Dwellings, Pablia Halls, Chur
ches, Offices, Stores, Shops, ke in the very
rreateet varietv of natterna. and of such de
sirable styles, that all cannot fail to be sui
ted, we ftava
In ereater varietv and larrer stock than
heretofore elegant pattens, choice Goods,
.t.A fair r,ria. Oor Ciurrn SaiDES U9 VCrV
handsome, in Green, Buff, Pearl, Brown and
other desirable colors, aad elegantly figur
ed. We hava a snlendid arucla of Oil-
chili- Grten and vff Aaierieaa and Eng
lish Hollands, and a larger stock of iitoow
.Paper, plain and ngured, tnan ever neiore.
Also, Wl.-iIJO W FISTl'IlaiS
Of the moat improved kind, and so simple in
construction and working, that everybody
that hava need them wm ttavs no other.
Our Stock of
Transom Pacer. Ae.
is complete, and we invite everybody want
ing Goods in our lino to give ae a call, aa we
are confident of pleasing them in Goods aad
prices. Auain iimjB.
HaavtT BAauxaToir, Captain,
Will maVe regular weekly trips be
tween Zaneaville) and Pittsburg,
follows: Leaves Zaneaville at 8 o'clock.
on Tuesday moraines: and, returning,
leavea Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
UERMAt BITTERS, -C
Suva BKAan or w j
Hoofland's Germaa Enters,
HOOHAID'S 36EBMH' TOE;
Prepare br Dr. C. M. Jsek-nn, Pbllartelpbia.
Tbeir ininaluciloa Into this cuuauj from Uermae
. 1839. ' -i- . . . .
They Cured Yoar Fathers and Mother "
And w'B ran yrm arl mnr rhilOrcw. They ere e
BrrlrdiflVrenl tnm tlwi many pivinrolUma fw Is
Um rtHtnlry rallnt UlllrrrTmiic. Ther ar ont
toMOTa prinntitMM. anything Hketbera; baipt
kunl,Tllaleaticiaea. Tbey are . t
TS yfxial tnom runtdlffar - '
livor ComplaTni; Dyspepsia,------
Kervous Debility, Jaundice
; Diseases of lha Kidneys.
- ERUPTIOHS OF THE SKIN,
mi all DiMaen aritlr; torn a Disordered Uter
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Conatlrielion. natnleaee, Tawarrl Piloa. Falnew of
1Uwi4 in Uie Ueaa, Acklirj t Ihe Sioauica, Kaa -see,
neart-hnrn. Didn't for Fwod, F-ilneaa or
Weirfit In tho loirra, Sir Rmcla-
timin. StnkiwrnrFliilterine; st In 4l
Tt of Hie Meioarh, fwijuuuu; of Uie -
Vtmd. Ilnrricd i.r miBcnU I5rthfnf. nnitee- .
bl a uae lloart, Cbukrng- or Suuucatins Ssasa
tVms wlm tnaT-Tlns riwturei W.mvem of YWoa, .
Do, or Webs h.-fr.r the tH-lit. ln Paie t the
limit HelHIn'e PenyiralUw, Yalln if line .
ol ihe Skin ami Kto. Ham iu Uw fid.
Bark. C'hi!t. I.lmh. err., Wnil1-n
Tn.lr ef . Itnrlwf iu the Fleah,
rnniunl laMgiaingB f Evil aeU Uraat Dopres- .- -.
aiiM of oi'iril. , ; , -
J5 km' ImlimH Kmou Ue Ufr or PiffttOf
Organ. comlAnfl rl4 Impart Bloat.
Hoonand's German Bitters '
enllraly Tg.-a,Ic. s4 enuir im !Inor. II Is
animnoaiHf i-f SHW Kilrt. Tlw Mna. Ilarh.
anrl Bark, ffxa whirl. Um Kslrarta are ie.ie.aae-
tallirrwt fnin tirrniii. AH Il Mvtliral rirlur are .
eslraclrd fn.m ihour hr eUmitBebnnet. TWe
llrarie are I bra H.nrardr.1 la trite enamtry to br irwd
exprnmlr Ihr IlieauiMiilaclumuf Itii-M liillar. Thare .
! o t!mMilc fir.!l!icu 01 nny aiim n-i in
p4ialiu ikr, llitiaiv, bettre it l ike mr Bittrra that
aaa kr ttr4 iw ca. wu wUare aicwuulie atisawUiile are .
nt ajTlaable. ..... .
- HnAflanrl's Carman Tonic
a ll t 9 .11 Itta iMsmMltsatalsl Wit fTltl 1)1 1
wtlh rrnu mnti nx K.ra. mntrw?. c It iita
for Uhmsiim iHrtwif- ft ! Bi n rmn wtort
waM puns lt-isiur isiikuiius roimi. 1
ail trtm unrMUrr jvItpti is. Utr tU ciir fiMsjii-'
PUT Hi' lUUMsra. UrBW insihk "v i""'
Aajntriil riintvi, rnim ui "'in'' ..a-.
tt,m.eramlme. TV-TONIC ktoiv.Ur
ur. nf ue wmbm p..-." , "
onVrrd 1.. the ptit.ie. lie le.f. rjqni-te. l w a
I.aniirr u iaar n. wmi nf ' i........
mf MMrlleliuil vHUe hate emoted K to be " aa
e graeirel rf all lauica. .
. - nr.niTiTTV. -
I nrie a no awnmiwrTiw w -
Bler m Toajle to cm f lleWliijr. Thar hapart
Drile. raare aa rnjrment nt lha aeakla lae '
itunirk to dlKeat U. pariry ike Wou gire a aoud,
e baaftiv rnnnTrrlr.. ers the efw f ge
. VJ. tea like. a-llwlSU <i
Osn ir rrr "J- uL
.inn ar- . tkiUuewl. tm ahJ
feal anJ TeWeate CMISrsa era XtJa Strer
Ij vtzi tha Eitteri jt Tr! -
torn Iiri a T
' Itosit Itlo" 1 l! tliS r ' "
T known, ami will cure ill illwaare reaait n; Sots
I banal. Knn atr hUtwi nore: keep Wrar ia
untrr: kree roariUKvaliw rxiu ia a mat. kaallliv
enndiiioa. hj ihe e o n.eae rrmetiira. and o die
are will erer arrall tim. The bri aire tn ihe roua-
117 raeuinrorud irau If jrrare ef k.rat rrwnaaw
au fur aajfiliiuK mm :rj Owe preyarauuaa. ;
Like the Mlnwlne waa
rrr bef.wa oaVred la bah all
. k i
ef any medicinal urtraii.
nOX. iTFOltr.r W.OODTrATtn. -
Cblef Jaailcc of Use 5arrn Crart of rtonarlTania,
rlMuAi.ei.rnu. ilarcklS.r8fn. -I
And ITonrlrd btritau llturra" i a .hhI laair.
earrnl ia dlrre.r tf lb tii-enre .irKfaa. aiet m grrai
bauaat hi raaaa f arhiht. aad naiaiif netruna acueav
hi tbe tjMm. luara irniy. , . M '
" HON. JAM Ed THOMPSON;-
Jrterlra of tbe 9u.rwne Conrt of Pean.jNaa!.
rnii.DBi.mr, AaHl t. Twei.
a MiiiMllMflMl-ifiiiu Blliara a raiaaole)
raadictaeia cane ot attacks uf iMdiKvrllon ar lj.
aefaia. I can r-rti., 1W. 6r..rn rny eai.erl l-eeof.
A iMaTV Wltw ism sut,a, faanew
nOK. GEOnGH SUAKSWOOT" ...
Jostles of Uie Supreme Coart of rennsjlrsnta. '
rniucciroia. Jiree 1. Ms.
T V.a.nu? V. xrwri. 1 J Hint HiaiOaMl rC
man Bltiera" te a iry Kd louie, rclWif djapepue
siptuBS araioM uraci it. . a e .---r, .
UltUUUJal a-aaa " ww - a
nox "W3t. r. noGERs, "
' Major of Ihe eliy or BaCIt'o, V. T.
Mitok's r.mr. Brrvt.e. Jnne . l9tt.
Tba-eenead ll.rftad tieraiaa Biilera aud Taaie
nmr failT danng raw ear. a - "-5
nen! thrm ae an eiceiVnt Ionic ImDarliag J-"d
Tipoe o the Th-ir a ksa Veen ("fd""
Of ueddedly aeaeaciel etfacta. . M. K. lWuait.
T-Ar vtxirs M. "WOOD.
rx-Mayor id" WlllidinejHirt, rannajlesala.
tyor tn r"- '
,1 plramreia reromaiendlne "o"sed J
,ic1- u any cue who may be sBicted with
Dymvnala. J bad tbe Pypepia so Wly It was
came o weak a. nee in he al.le walk Ualf a
Xo ooiuea jiltu M. WOOft
n 1 -m MnnlnrmlMl.
TIor.nin.rs Herman r..' .
m5i -wis f S- b.0.0 in . bottls. AU
itaUiciei are coonlrfetU
Frieoof benittem, $1.0O er bottle,
r, a balf iIssm for fi.OO. .
Frtca t tba Toaile, tl.SO rr battle;
Or,n bairdoitu for ,1.50.
Te Trmie p ! i U"ir nltl"
Kecolleet that P. s Dr. lloonand's Oerma- RJ-
dleTlhal are en mnrereally need "?"'"Z17Z
BMBded; and do notalWw iba drucgula 10 Mouta
to take 3n'rbirerprn on it. Tbcae reme-
AT THE OEUMAK MEDICI.NE fcJTORS,
JC3t AtLC.H THt;ET,rkillik4a..
CHAS. M. EVANS, - Proprietor.
(Formerly C. M. JACKSON A Co.)
Tbeae rereadia. are sale by trnwRiele, Srekeep.
ar. and adv ".etWereYerTwher.. .
rav-n.. nre eiaoiHKiaea the art K joe
In. tn nraar toswt tke inwune.