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lOBXra A. EBLLY, KDITOB AJ."D PBOPaiETOB.
H C0NJSEL8VILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, Jan. 6, 1ST1.
WI HAVK EEEN INDUCED,
through conversation w ith many of oar
Subscriber, to change the terms of the
Coksskvativk to the following :
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copy, one year, cab
la aaianrt, f l.SO
T m Club or ten, one dol
lar and tIIrty-Ove cenli
Te a Club of fifteen, one
dollar an4 twenty Ave
coats each, $I8.?5
MOT ALL DELINQUENTS will be
chrg ed up. in all cases, at the rate of
Two Dollars a year.
Pricks of Familt Gkoceries.
On the 1st of January the redac
tion of the revenue taxes made at
the last session of Con press went
into effect On the following arti
cles of family nse the redaction of
duties per pound is as here Bet
Teas, all kinds, 10 cts. per pound.
Coffees, 2 cts. Cocoa, gronnd, 4
cts. Sugar, 1 ct. Cinnamon, 10
cts. Mace, 15 cts. Currants, 2
cts. Allspice, 10 cts. Allspice,
ground, 10 cts. Pepper, all kinds,
10 cts. Ginger, 3 cts. .Nutmegs.
SO cts. Clores, 15 cts. Trunes, 2
The law making this reduction
postponed its operation so that
dealers might prepare for it. Con
sequent)?, large quantities of these
articles have accumulated in the
Government ware houses, to be
drawn out now, when the new tar
iff is in operation. . Consumers are
t-n titled o an immediate redaction
in the prices of these articles in so
ordauce with the above reduction
in the tariff. The limes domand eve
ry reduction in the cost of living
that can be reasonably made.
The wheat, corn and pork of the
farmer's labor, are bringing but a
low figure; the wages of the me
shani and laborer have been re-
all should have the advantage of
this reduction in the tariff. Deal
era would do well to advertise re
On last Saturday we met Dr.
Hambleton on the atreet, and he
signified bis intention of writing
an article, for publication in this
paper, m which he would set forth
and "build up" bis Theological
faith. This article will be found
in another column cf this paper,
and we have no doubt but. that all
who read it will consider the Doc
tor'a Tfceology a very flimsy affair.
As usual with such writers, be
starts out with finding fault with
the Christian religion, complains
because Christians claim their re
ligion to be the only perfect sys.s
tern, that they "ignore reason," Ac
and then sagely (l lBtimates that
these alleged faults of Christianity
are the sole foundation of hit 1 heolo
cy Oh, Doctor I be this true,
then bad Christ not . come for
thousand years yet, . the world
would have been without thy "pro
found, philosophic, scientific utter
an ees I
.Next, the Doctor claims that the
' Earth, with all its products, is pro
gressive," &c, and thereupon he re
jects the account of the Garden
Eden, fall of man, curse of the
world, aud its redemption by the
Great Vicar, the Lord Jesus
Christ. While we do not see what
this has to do with building up
new religion, and while it is en
tirely of the pull-down style of ar
gument, yet, it may as well be an
swered. Going on the supposition
that the Doctor's position relative
to the Earth being progressive, 4c,
is true, and which at the best
but guess work, we would ask uho
created this nebulous matter, impart
ing to it the elemeuls of what
call "progression," and out
which the E-irth and all that is on
it has been formed ? Further may
not the account of the Garden
Eden, and of course all the subse
qaent matters mentioned by the
. ,u ii.:. .A.
i mruir. L'l OT1LU LU S
the Creation? We thir.k so! AH
clergymen, we believe, admit
that the 6ix days of Creation men
tioned in the Jiible, mean six indefi
nite ponods of lime that might
have extended through millions
years, thereby giving ample time
for the slow process of progressive
The Doctor rejects the doctrines
of Immaculate Conception and
Vicarious Atonement. We cou
clude by his coniecting these two
doctrines, that he refers, by the
term Immaculate Conception,
the immaculate conception of Je
sus Christ, which Protestants and
Catholics alike hold to, and not
lhat of the Virgin Mary, which tho
Catholics alone hold t. In rejec
ting Jesus Chr.st as being the in
carnate Son of Gad, and as suffer
ing death for the redemption
wan, the Doctor admits lhat
lifo, examploanJ teachings were ot
reat benefit to mankind. 2iow
Christ taugbt during the whole of
Ilis earthly career that He was the
Son of God, immaculately conceiv
ed, and that lie came into this
world to suffer death that man
might be redi-emed from sin. All
know, who are acquainted with tho
Doctor, that be holds strenuously
to th position that the world is
never benefitted by leaching it a
falsehood. Now ho asserts that
what Christ taught was and is,
false, but at the earae timo admits
that it greatly bent-fitted the world.
Compennding With Iniquity.
Associated crime is ever seeking
life and perpetuation under the
shield of government, cither by
legislation for its suj.port cr by a
demand that it shall bo left unmo
lested to do its work. The dram
shop system of crime has a vigor
ous life, partly through favorablu
Ii.T?c!ni inn hnt mostlr throscrh the
past indiffercnco of rightful author-
ity to use tne power ior its removal.
ITnnn iho tiro facts that are appar
ent to every one, viz: that this sys-
tern has a vigorous me ana growia,
and that it has legal and popular
support, or no condemnation ty
the rightful autnoniy ox mo iauu,
we base a charire. that this legisla
tion for, and this neglect to legislate
against this system oi crime, is a
compounding with the workers in
it to aid them, and does aid them in
all the results that follow.
This vile system docs not exist,
rum end destroy without-- sop
porters, aidi-rs and abettors. Who
are they ? Most earnestly we ask,
who are they? They may be com
prehended in two classes First,
those who throw the stones, known
as the makers and sellers of strong
drinks, and the other is comprised
of those who keep the clothes of the
ones who threw the stones. As in
the commiosion ot great public
crimes it is important to' have the
actors, it is also important to have
others to keep tne actors in cuumo-
. . , , a
nance. Under the unueu mnuuve
of these two classes the" life of Ste
phen, the first martyr to the Curia
im fmth was taken. The union of
these, works the annual destruction
of one hundred thousand of our cit-
17ATIQ fkl. A th incalculable rmsery
of hundreds of thousands of others.
Wo have no appeal to make to
thnaa who make no the first class.
for when they entered this business
for a living, they aw wbi every
other class of cri-ninals do before
they enter urou their- work, put
rnnamence aside, stripped them
selves (if all shame and feelings of
humanity, and thus divested, ana
thus equipped, bolaly vnter upon
their career of robbery and murder.
Who are the class that keep the gar-
meets, or in other woras suiow du
tmard these bse men in tbier work
of death ? Ours is ao urgent and cx-
treme case. We uresenm, as those
who have families to rear in honor
and respectability; as fathers whoso
sons these base men would destroy,
as mothers whose best nopes ineso
men would willingly blight lor gain;
an citizens who desire to maintain
good government against this vilo
class who taro notior c-.-nBe-jucuci:-
You politician or partir.an who
rcfase a vcice ir vote against this
ruiim ' for fear parties will be
"J - - - - - i
damarred thereby: you who sustain
parties and candioiites m loiiowsnip
r . . . . . -
witb the wrong; yoa wno roiuse iu
hear the appeal ihut comes from
the weak and defenceless, and at
thn name time bear and respond
with favor to the wrong doers; you
who having the ower 10 unao me
hnrden from those who suffer.
use Tour power.to make that bur
den heavier 'upon tbem; you Chris
tian, who, by your profession, arc
required to remembr the suffering,
and hitherto have aided, befrien
ded and fellowshipped the oppressor,
and forgotten nis victim, you, miui
Rtor f Jesus, who hold a high com-
mission from Him that rcouiresvou
tD proclaim his law against all un.
rightoueness or men, yet nave serv
ed the devil faithfully by keeping
ailoncA when his laborers are sow
inc the land with death: you. all ye
npnnle. (tin o-lv and collectively, who
refine to actively nse your powers
against this iniquitous system, are
each and every one compounding
with inainity. and their is no e-
rjLna or deliverance from this con
rlnnion: and this abomination that
fills the land with desolation, sUn
ding m power in high places, lives
to day by the support given to it by
tho second class spoken of in this
Up, ye then, and out of this place
and connection with this iniquity,
and stand upon the side of protec
tion to the people by the legal des
truction ot the dram shop. .
Let Sod's title, '-cursed," b the
brand upon every man's brow that
puttoth the cup to his neighbor's
lips for gain, and th-us work his dos
trnctinn. finnarate vourselves from
- - I rf- .
the support of all men and parties,
who are chained to this infamy,)
and leave them in thier infamous
connection. Shame, vico of every
ncme and tint', disgrace, disaster
and ruin are with the dram-shop.
Ta..a tirAcnjr'f cr emit hlosflinfr f
I a. I' w , -i t
1 I L J -
fjv its destruction. In the approach
inir contest with this strong mon
ster, where will you bo found?
With but few "and feeble excep
tions, church and state now stand
guard around the dram-shop, and
Sutan holds high carnival having
one-eighth of the wealth of tho coun
try to aid him in his work, and
nearly all the wealth of tho church
and politics added. Whoever has
a soul to feel lor the woes of others
among the rain mado by this sys
tom, can but exclaim horrible ! hor
rible ! at the revolation. Thon
him examine the attitude of par
ties and churches toward this state
of things,, and he must hang
head in shame and humiliation.
is liko Lot in fellowship and com
merce witb tho Sod.i!Wtu. It is
our power to framo protection into
law, and have it enforced. To de
lav this, to place in power men and
parties that will do all they can
coulinuo this state ot things,
eminently a compounding with in
iquity that amounts to a crime
our part against the week and de-
foneeloM parties oi community.
The Lands, Lots and parts of Lots returned Delinquent by the Treasurer of Morgan Co.
Ohio, together with tho Taxes and Tonally charged thereon agreeabIytto Law, are con
tained and described ia the following List, to-wit:
TAXED IS AMEOF R.
Sturgeon. Win A 12
Garrett, EJ. &. C. Hose
Clifton, Surah et al
Sherman Oil Cj ,
Steel, Geo W
Co'iUr&a &. riussell,
-Moody, Eli W
Owens, Nelson E
Wood, F W
Williams, C A
Adair, James A
Bunjamin, II L
Jindermore k Gordon,
Wood, F W
Belch, Margaret 11
same 1 1
Glenn, Smiley 11
same 1 1
Williamn, E C 11
Simpson, Alex J 13
TAXED IN NAME OFJlnOul TOWN.
Pturgeon, W m A
. Talley, John F
Adair, James A
Mercer, Frederick L
II aire. J a red
Morgan, J J
Noj es, Hiram J
Eain, John heirs
Cochran, H il
Powell, Jerome J3
Ftanbery, E M
Stewart, Sarah B
Sturgeon, Win A
Stewart, John II
Abbott A. M'MnhBTis'hrs
Abbott & Farubam,
Scott, Thomas C
JXoTfCK is hereby given matinewnoie uiinu iiui r-.-- , -
,o much thereof as will bo necessary to pay the lexes and penalty charged thereon, will
bs sold by the County Treasurer at the Court House in said County, on the
TI1IBD Tl'ESDAY OF JAXrARY, A.D., IS11,
unlcsi said taxes and penalty be paid before that time, and that the sale will be coi.t...ued
January Cth, lSi!
T OWNS IT 1 1' T j.
T. S. NO. S. D1V.
2 acros N. W.
N. W. part.
F Part in School District.
8 Ex. 1 acre N. W. part.
12 10 2
Iu School District.
' do- do
T O "W N" T .A- X
Oi l Part,
ISivcr bk. ft. Lots, i. 10, il IS
lOUtlg 8 ill,
NcNabb's Out I-ois,
' Old Part,
1st A id.
. i . i i 1 ........ 1 tf.oia
Acres irVanrTotal tax
3G 50 18S8 61 81 31
23 423 11 29 05
84 1070 22 74 44
24 43 362 9 54 94
4 28 2 53 52
121 35 1 234 2 6 66 67
80 832 17 97 95
20 226 4 83 33
60 624 13 43 46
3 75 76 1 64 23
19 50 231 7 34 99
33 70 272 6 04 65
10 100 3 14 10
.9 75 78 2 44 99
21 75 154 4 83 71
61 4C2 14 51 13
68 75 404 15 51 65
44 526 12 22 42
166 1986 46 15 46
86 1394 32 39 C5
40 436 14 03 04
31 25 932 29 99 16
C2 56 1 30 14
25 35 280 4 04 32
25 12 12 44
107 50 1740 30 24 00
1 12 33 12
42 521 11 74 28
1 25 100 3 06 80
56 1120 23 90 08
4 C4 1 99 54
15 200 C 23 60
50 12 32 83
7 410 7 96 63
16 72 350 . 16 28 90
3 546 12 49 24
44 524 24 1 1 02
11 114 5 24 5
40 203 6 97 42
50 312 10 4S13
70 234 5 40 30
03 CQt) III 93 25
50 312 7 20 40
40 22 2S1 C0 61
Dols. D. C.
Half, IS 53 93
Whale, 223 6 0; 46
Whole 22 39 68
AY est 72 I 29 83
Whole, C 2D 62
Whole,- 6 23 fi2
Wholo, 20 . 46 43
Whole, 74 1 71 97
Wholo, 18 61 43
Whole, 2 f.3 12
Whole, 192 5 03 01
Who'e. 364 15 24 42
f Part, 39 i !3 32
Wbo!c, 330 11 44 26
Who'e 20 54 82
Whole, 32 87 70
Whole, 352 12 99 58
Whole 2872 9 40 22
Ex. lSjjft,1884 33 04 32
Whole, 432 15 94 94
Whole, 324 16 86 OS
N. half. 373 13 95 57
Whole, 256 13 32 22
Whole, 264 9 74 68
Whole, 56 t 6J 62
South i 152 3 47 77
Whole, 146 3 3 04
Whole, 82 1 87 61
Whole, 2 1 87 61
Whale, It 32 03
Whele, 14 32 03
Whole, 14 32 03
Whole, 62 1 93 25
Whole, 120 2 65 32
Whole, 62 1 37 08
Whole, 94 2 07 83
Whole, 12 35 77
5-3 106 3 30 '
Whole, 130 4 05 21
Whole, 10 31 17
Wholo, 16 49 86
Whole, 10 HI 17
Whole, 10 31 17
Half. 6 50 20
Half, 6 50 20
Whole, 10 37 01
Whole, 12 C2 43
. Who!o, 14 72 89
Whole 12 62 43
Inla AP narlfl flf 1 1 ) f 4 Or
Large lot of SCHOOL BOOC3 re
ceived thia week at Anna's If wk Siori.
AdJitional lapplies to- be received next
Cents' Spirals, iu great variety-
Dimnood. Eaitrtld, Amethyst, Opal,
Itobj, acd Pearl s-itmgs.
11. U. VINCENT & BSO.
B.Ue the superior Nerve anJ Bane
Liuiinent, fur sale at SiragueV
Fancy Uentg' cf lumn or cowitry,
attending pariie, bal, or weddiugp, aho'd
remember the Stock at SILL'S, Collar,
Ties, Kid Glove', 8otk, Su8peud;ri,4c.
Give us a calL
tg3-Cloclis of evory s'yle and price,
Biou-, Gilt, not gnilt, Mr. Pi inter ) 41a
aoiic, Udd Fellow, Calendar, Marine, Al
arm, &r 11. B. VINCKXT & BltO.
aaNew and fresh stock of WALL PA
PKtt (r the Winter scd earl) Spring
I.j1 Inn MJ1 . 1 IftlTl'l R.mb &k flf
Toe stock ii la-gt and fj kndid Torieiy of
pattern?. ' J
IU SI. ESS KOTICES.
Howard Matches at II. B.
Ylncent St Bros.
tgl. Q ieen8ware and Tiuware io ahua
daoceat ft ILL'.
lTJie Sprague's Cherry Blsam for
left. Prints, Mailios, Drills, l icks, aad
JeaDg, always on bandi and sold at cheap
rates, at SILL'S.
H'e w Books ! Anv Books I X
An elegaot array of New Books the fi
nest, larres'., aod best s:ock ever brought
to M'Counelsville, received at-ABA III' S
Ujok S:ore this week.
Tne best stock of paper goods in
town u at s ILL'S. Take a lo-jk lUrough
their stock. The test of machine thread
S Spragoe's Cherry Balsam will core
Cough. Try it. 25 cents only.
mm 9 m
BASILL'S for Dry GxkIj and Gr)C
ries. They k-ep a nice sock.
DR, JNO. ALEXANDER,
all articles pertaining to the
av Ha has on hand eonstas tly a large
extensive stock of all article pertaining
the business, at the LO WEST market pri
1IEATTT Jt PEACOCK'S
Patent Lam? Shades
For sal only by Dr. Job n A!xn1r,
Uorgan county. aurlljliTO-Jy.
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THE DIAMOND GLASSES 1 1
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TUe Scientific Principle
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can only bo obtained. Thwe goods are
not supplied to Pedlert at any price.
June 3. 1370 -ly.
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STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank nook. Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PRISTKO
Our specialty. Music, Msgasin, Ae.,
bound in any style and at th cheapest
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Bank. Merchant, Ac, bst frttth
ZaassTill, Oct. 15, 13S.
COCHKRAX. e. . BOSHAS.
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SOUTH Tl EST SIDB Of TUB
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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C
Givan to the
II SOEE ACiEKTS J4
- is thia locality for th sal of the
OHA M 'T? I O ZST
Mowers & Heapers,
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Heapcr,
Cook & Healing; Stoves,
aad odd pieces of all the varietiee "f Cook
Store in th country ; ell kiada of Threah
ing Machtn Catin? ; also Salt Kettlee,
and Salt Flange. Sugar Kettle. Tel, Grul
dla, Skillrts. alwtit twenty different pat
erus ol i'low Point. Machine Caalinjrt
Stimboau, Saw Mills. Slt Works, slow
er and Reaper ; aIo Ckat Iron rbimney
Top, Window Cap. Cellar Window Oral,
ing. and also Cast Iron !. for ScbuoJ
houae JJesks anc Seat.
Have consUuilj on band, roanaffteiMrtti
their order, nil nnvouor of Tin-w.vro. Ur
ri rv m in rrl
Manufacturer of Water Twaara, Mandrill
Swedge, Ac. for Blarkainith.
KeraimbtT the f'lac :
ooth-west Side of the Public Snare
Biar.13 1870 ly.
AN IMMENSE STOCK !
SPLEXOID TARIETYOF PAT
GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES !
W bav now ia stock tb largest and
moat excellent assortment of Wall Papei
and Window Shade ever brought to lie
Connelarille, and are determined to sell tb
arneatsucb low figure a that it will bean
inducement for everybody to purcha tnir
tupplie from us. Our stock is especially
attractive thia leaaen, compriiing all kind
of Taper for Dwellings, Publie Hall, Chur
ches, Offices, Stores, Shops, Ac, in the very
greateat variety of patterns, and of such da
irable styles, that all cannot fail to b sai.
"in greater variety anoT larger tock than
heretofore elegant patterns, choice Goods,
and fair price. Our Clot a Sbibes ara vry
handsome, in Green, Baft, Pearl, Brown and
other deairable color, and elegantly figur
ed. W hav a splendid article of Oil
cloth. Grten mud Buff Amtricmand Eng.
Ink Holland; and a larger stock of Window
Paper, plain and figured, than ever before.
Also, WI.nW FIXTI HES,
Of th most improved kind, and so simp!
construction and working, that everybody
that hav used them will hav ao ethr.
Our Stock of
Transom Ppr. it.,
is complete, and w invite everybody want
ing Good in onr line to giveu a call, as w
are confident of pleasing them in Good
pric. ADAIR BK03.
IIaKVKT DaILIKOTO, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg,
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evening,
at 6 o'clock.
August 13th. 1S73 -Jai.
GEHMA V I1ITTEK3, &.C.
YOTJ ALL i
bavi BBtao or
Hoofland's German Bitters,
HOORUD'S GERMAN TONIC
Prmrad b Dr. C. St. Jaclwon, rhll.lli)hl.
They Cured Your Fathers aad Mothers
lod r. y ki aiiJ your n'lnT?
m n.mraiiuv. or aojiMif liMlBew; m
r frtntal nM rmntdutfor
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Hervous Debility, Jaunaice,
Diseases of the KidneySr
EHUPT10NS OF THE SKIH.
and aB riae arblog torn a Dirilerd Utt,
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Cwtl,tlo., Fl-tulene.. Inw.n!
ttm, ort burn. l)istt uod, i'new
tti(fl.t in ! Stomach, Soar Brocta- ,
tiona, 8tnkiii or Fluttering at the 4t
Tit iT tle Stomach, Swiuimme; '
Baed. Morriml ur llimciilt Brwtl.ni. rlnttar- .
mm at im llaart, laoking; or SulcallB baoaa
tlona wkea ! a Lytrr Voetnre, DtmBea ot VWoa,
t?,ulTw" lifuT. th. Sijtht. Uall Pain la th
llaad. IWlcir of Perauiration, Yellowiiea
uf ika trnin aaJ . J'ala i itue Side.
Bark, ttit, l.luiba. etc., SildJ
T-nbi ef !. Bun.lii- In the r-
Oeaataai lirla''e f ' O"" Uipres
aiou ut spirit.
ill Omw iUu IAmo- T Ma Utr tr Dltfuna
pLZTcvrnJ UA bpun Wood.
Hoofland's German Billers
I auliraly tapHaWe. b1 e.talo o Hnwr. It i
?clHod oft-i-W ai.mcta. Ta K..a. Ur!.
ISTiSal from wbick KU-acta are ma.le. are
Slni-uS It, law- b, -a ta , i8c ehl.u
KtrmC 1st JaTf rwrv'uw w . J
"ZZ?f ibe ma..ur.ctureofU.e Buir.. Ttew
U I iioalclaolic wliaianer of any kind al Ui tor
lnZZ tb BiLierr h.c. It l tl only Bllrar, that
Hoofland's German Tonic
vttb rru Saa'a Om Uam. Orauije. etc. U la aa
jiTuT. d.- a. U;e Bitter. ..
om. .p.lr.olie.iiiIa requtrrJ. y00,"'"
C. In in4 llml the n-a.ti are enlirely diff-r-
SiiLrH.he-Vme acirn.tac wrt,,n-t
T, "1 n.nri ahi'a the othrra are mere ilcct-o
... ut the :a c'-a" aicrejal'le wnedie -r
!TVn-l 1 . tbr ..:.:ie. Ii. tte la axqiiiwe. It 1.
iwlVr .o- i.wWl.t. ritM. ,b.lratms.
STdirlual M...rit,e. bav u.ed 11 lo be aaowa w
iae graaiMrt of all touica.
, rlltc in ema of lvbim. Tb.y inn-art
"'?;Zl VS " SHJo-te ai. tr-ir be-
ZZZ! 2 .ajyut "I lb -od. .a -lc th
uk " dia-t U. parity tb blood, r
' ih' ri. raii-wo WH,L- "w
V.ak and Iel!eats dHdren xa liili Strong
bt icg tis Ihtsrt Jt Tvjm
lic-Mt lllOOl fllllWlf
rer known, and will cure ill diM re.ult n4
baU WO.-J. karo ruur bb d par. : karp yvu Infer ia
nlr: ko wr diKeaiir. sricaiia la a mmttd. kcaltby
rurdiiivo. l.y tbe a ui lut rcmadiea. aud no i
mm-m wiU nra,ail you. Tbe brat aim in ibeoaa
iry reomiwad turtn. lr Jir. of tn-at rrt.ilialmw
go IU aaytbuiyva ut try ibtwi inrparaiiou.
Uk lb SjlkiaUik araa ki before uSarad U bekaii
ef any BMirinaf fiavaratioa :
HON. CKOttUE W. WOOnWAItD,
Cnlr Jaalie of th. So prenw t'oart of reunaylvaiav
rmnnu-m. Harck IS, ISC..
T fnil " Ilm.laull'v l.arnian hitlara' i a rid tic.
a.ul lu duaaira irflh- dijreiW orirana. aiidoTr'
al drhllll, aaaasnlulneriuaasuniw
tiSO. W. B OOUWAttD.
HON. JAM Kd THOMPSON;
JuMlca of tb. Snpmut Com I f Frunaylvault.
rmuHimi. Arll. iaea
I aiaaidar " nnoSerol". .mian Hiuara" a llia.a
Martina, in mm of atlaikaof lud.Kcalion or 1))
HON. GEORGK SHAIISWOOD
Jaatiee of tb Sapient Coart of renue.lTan!.
rniLAiiauau. J-ne 1, 11
1 karalbaiid b eii-nnca that -HooSand1
o hitter ' ia a'tarr th1 loclc, nlirin ilyapepua
HON. WM. F. ROGERS,
Mayor of tb city of Bnflblo. V. T.
M ima'a arm. Brrrai o, June M. 1.
1 braad -lloirflarKfal'eniian Itiltrr. niU T-le
lanr Buuily darini; "be pa" Jcar. u,tn. Tl
mend Inwu an rxcallcor loatc. ironarlii.R t.
air..r l the eyateui. Thir
HON. JAM RS M. "WOOD,
Ka Slayer of Wllliajnaport. FennaytTania.
1 Ukreraat t.leawir la rccomnlMMlliiK"nooHr
Omrnaa twiii ' W any .. who may be afflicted wit
Prapepa:. I bad th P,pr' " r
Doi.iT.1. To ke any hod oa y amacb. an4 1 bj.
i wk ot 10 b. a).W to half a an.
Two bou: of ioak afia.j yrtg "r.
1IO..SW r.ai R.Mnedi r eeflirterfelte
Tb. geewta. lb. .i; -T
oa tna mi 01 m, mi-... -.-n .. .,1. i.i
Prle of ntttera, 1.00 rer fcatlt;
Or, si half doseu fr li.OO.
rrlee wf the Twnle, $l.SO per fcM!e
Or, Hair aleaai lor ..
tit TonU it ft up l tfnitrS ItutlU:
j... It la Pr ll-r"end" Ono H "
SliVTrTaVSr. "iviriily "." bbrbly rom
aad do aotailow tbeUn.S!ls to Indue yoa
to Uk Tllil ' M1 h J" tori-
LnaaM b make ianr" pr. dt 11 Tiie reinev.
die will be Hut by eiprraa to any hjcaaty upon ap
nlicauoa to t.'.e
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE ItTOHK,
JV..Tf AMCII STKKKT,l-Umelphim.
. p. ,r Piriwl - pwininlttl.
(Tormerly C. II. JACKSOH A t o )
Tbeaeremad earSrle by triSi;iu.S-.orkee.
4 aad btedtona Daalera rerw hera.
iny-rt,, ,,.tt a toeiamm !2 Ui srt tie y"
B, in order 10 ret Kl K .vi.