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r BID AY, . . ... Jan. 6, IS1I.
Koiicr Dew advertUetneuts.
. "VTixlias McIstosh, of Beverly,
Att't. General Pond started lor
Culambus on Tuesday. AYiU b
back in about two weeks.
W believe the "Week of Pray
er" ia being observed by all our
Hex. Ctbil Hawkish started on
bis return trip to Washington on
Bep&esextative Stastos started
for Columbus on Monday mgin
ing. The CDmniuaication from Anti
och received too late for this week's
paper. Will be published next
Mrs. George Townsend, of Mal
ta, died on Friday, of last w(K
and was burned on Sunday, in tne
- Hon. W. FXSpkaqve has made
the Baptist Church, of this place, a
New Years' present of a Silver Fia
ted Communion Sett.
VPilliam Foulkk was dulr m
etalled in office, as Prosbcuiir-g At
torney of this County, on Monday
last. , . "
The Morgan County Medical So
ciety Meeting, on Tuesday, yras
poorly attended not a quorum
present. Another meeting will bo
called eoon, we are informed.
, Cha&ixs li. Johnson, son of Her
bert Johnson, of this place, and Mies
Vieqisia A. Campbell, both of Bel
pre, were married on Tuesday, the
- 27ih ulU
Javes A. AIcCon.ml, on Tuesday
incrninsr, started for ColumLns for
the purpose of represent! ng-Mor.
can countr in tho State Board of
Toe Ladies of the Baptist Church
will have an OYSTER SOCIABLE
at Mr. David Hoi brook's, on Tues
day Evening, Jan. 10th. All are in
vited. A large attendance is desir
On last Monday evening, Capt. C.
31, .Roberts was elected a Deacon cf
tho MyConnelsville Baptist Church.
Also, C. L. Barker was elected
Treasurer, and Samuel Sprague
Clerk, both for the ensuing year.
Married A i the residence of J. C.
Stone, Esq , WcConnelsviIle, by Rev.
3L Cooper, on the morning of Jan.
2nd, 1671, Dr. Leroy S. Holconib, of
Pcnnsviilc, and Miss Ann Pouike,
Ocr article of last week, headed
"Bather Suspicious," wan not pub
leaked sh a sensation story, as some
4ve thought. We .believed then,
, and now believe that the Sigler
, boys were feloniously poisoned.
Furthermore, all who are acquaint
ed with what information that it
. Las been possible to obtain so far
relalivo to tho matter, including
several of our Lading physicians,
' iioIJ to the sair.o opinion that we
do. It is hoped that speedy meas
ii res will be taken to slvo the mat
tor. II. B. Vincent & ro., by a series
of observations they have been ma
king within the past two week 6
wilh a new Transit, discover that
our timo, by Meridian ctab!iehed
here some few years fgo, rs two
minutes and thirty seconds fust.
The correct time will be adopted
on Monday, next, by which tho
Court Ilouee and School Bui's will
e rang. It would bo well for all
to bear this in mind, and set their
ws.tv.hes and clocks in accordance
therewith, as uniformity in time is
1!ev. J. B. Sackett, Well known
to the Baptist denomination of this
State, as the able and untiring Bee.
Secretary of (bo Ohio Baptist State
Convention, died at Clyde, III., of
npoplexy. recent! v. Mr. Sckett
was on business relating to his of
fee when, on passing through one
of the streets of Clyde, he was at
tacked with apoplexy, fell and was
earned into tho nearest dwelling,
where all that medical aid could do
was done, but without avail. He
was greatly bvloved by this denom
ination, and, after a life of unusual
activity in the cause of his Master,
io has rested.
To the People of McConnelsville.
Mr. Editc. : 'With great pleas
ure we extend, through your col
umns to the peop'.o of this Town,
and vicinity, our best thanks for
their hearty patronage of the late
Festival of . the Methodist Church.
We do this, not as a mere form, but
as a willing expression of a lively
interest in the cause of Christ, cou
pled, as wo bolieve, with the high-
est interests of this people. With a
kind hand we have met you at the
festive board. With a warm heart
we would greet you at the foot
of our Cross.
Y oars under the Flag. .
WILL T. ROBINS.
O.f last Sabbath morning, Rev.Ij.
McRuire, at the M. E. Church,
preached a very interesting and
able Sermon from the text :
"And tho disciples were called
Christiana first in Autioch." Jcte,
xi ; 26.
Acknowledging he did not know
why the disciples were first called
Christians at Antiocb, he supposed
the reason tor their bomg so called
was because Jesus Christ was the
founder of Christianity. It is usu
al for institutions of all kinds to
take the names of their founders,
and he supposed this was the case
with Christianity. "
But what he most desired to talk
about on this occasion, was "what it
takes to constitute a Christian,"
and, secondly, "the good results
coming from Christianity." .
One could only find out how to be
a Christian by the teachings of the
Biblo, and could only be one by fol
lowing its teachings. Philosophy
and Science, &c, were undoubtedly
well enough as auxiliaries afier the
formation of the Christian charac
ter, but they coulJ be of no possi
ble assistance previous thereto.
The pride of learning in Philoso
phy, vhe Arts and Sciences ; tho
massive intellects of the most pow
erful of human minds ; all must
bow down to the Bible and learn
from it how to be a Christian.
Tho good results coming from
Christianity be conceived to be in
numerable. In a material or world
ly point of view, while it degraded
nothing, it ennobled and honored
all wilh which it came in contact.
Wherever it bad spread, there had
followed all the virtues that adorn
the world. By its means, virtue
had uprooted vice, glorious liberty
had thrown off the yoke of tyron
ny, and security in life and eBtate
had been promoted. Spinlually, it
Was the only harbinger of hope for
the immortal soul of man. By it
only is a perfect security felt as to
the future beyond the grave, and
the pains of death made paths of
pleasantness, peace, and joy.
For the Conservative.
CLOCK VS. BELL.
Tho maxim, "Time is Money," is
not less true than old ; and, since
the day when Eli Terry made the
first wooden clock, Americans have
gone steadily forward in the im
provement of Horological instru
ments until" now, when nojqpnly
clocks, but American watches are
exported to nearly, if not quite all
parts of the habitable globe. To
such r.n extent has our manufacture
and sale of Watches grown, that
manufacturers in Switzerland are
seriously considering the necessity
of introducing machinery, a la A
merican, into their factories to ena
ble them to compete with us ; and,
with the growth and perfection of
time-pieces, our people have come
to regard the necessity of uniform
time rather than that of exactness.
For instance : How soon will tny
neighborhood be governed in their
movement by ' any regular occur
rence, from the old lady who set
her clock when tbo mail-boy pass
ed, (which the story says as at 10,
A. M-) to the Factory that regu
lates its working hours by the ring
ing of a School or Court IIouso bell?
A belter case in point cannot be ci
ted than that of the reliance of our
citizens on the ringing' of our Court
Houfie bell. It is toid of a well
known business manj on Center
Street, that the bell ringing, nn oc
casion, at 10, A. M., he otaiked up
to his bourding noose, and was vc-
iv much surprised not to find din
ncr ready. At another time, some
pay larks rang out a "Happy New
Year" to . the community at 4, A.
M , and thoso who were awakened
by it, wippofling it to bo the regular
6 o'clock bell, Were greatly surpris
ed to find it a long vimo till day
light after they had. eaten break,
faft. We are payine, a a commu
nity, 1 60 per year for having our
boll rnng four limes a daj-, Sundays
and Court date excepted. I this
economy? AH will say the ringing
is far-from regular, no fault to the
Bell Bingers for they have done
well, but to the plan. A prop-jsi-tion
to remedy this matter was sub
mitted to our County OiGcials, City
Fathers, and Citinns. a few rears
since, and failed only on aceonnt of
being for the time deferred at the
request of the City Fathers. Since
that time, the City Fathers have
paid for ringing the bell all that it
would have cost luem for a Town
Clock, which could have been seen
and heard from all parts of tho
town, ana wmcu could have been
kept going free of cost. The prop
sition then was for the purchase of
a31ock costing ?550 00, the citizens
paying by subscription 8200.00, and
the Corporation $200.00. and tha
County SlaO.eO1 and -making tho ne-
Cossary changes in tho be: try
.nd for putting up- the Clock. Mr.
C Stone, and others-, in an hour's
lime, succeeded in getting the
greater part of the citizen fund sub
scribed, and stopped onlv when
they 6aw they would have no did
culty m raising the balance. This
can undoubtedly be done Again, and
we ass, in alt sincerity, if luo bell
ringing is of bo much importance,
wouio not a victx be of infinitely
more ? Some may say, "there would
the expense of taking care of the
Clock, winding it," 4c. To such
we would antwer that this could be
made the duty of the Sheriff, and if
there thould bo a scarcity of candi
dates at County Conventions here
after in conseqrvence, the writer will
responsible for all damages.
For the Conservative.
Seek Ye The Better Way!
EJitor Ccntcrvaiiie : In j our notice of
my last article, you say :
'Like all men of his belief we have
ever read after, his opposition is of
that kind that depends for its success
on picking flaws in Christianity. He
does not attempt to portray and build
up a better religion, but, rather, at
tempts to destroy that which is receiv
ed." Well, sir, such a course would seem
almost imperatively necessary, under
existing circumstances. If a man wish
es to build a new house where the old
one stands, and work into theWw
structure a considerable amount of the
old material, he must first tear down
the old establishment, at least in a
measure, and clear away the rubbish
before he can lay deep and firm the
And, again : Christians, like all oth
er religionists, have itemed to believe,
and have constantly taught, that theirs
was the perfect system, upon which there
could be no improvement ; and, hence,
the necessity of "picking flaws" ; or, in
other words, of convincing the judg-
1 ments of men that it is but a man made
institution, and full of tha egotism.
bigotry, superstition and ignorance of
the age in which it was invented. -
This being accomplished, and a de
mand for something belter produced,
men begin to inquire : is there now ex
isting a system of Religion character
iied by the philosophy, reason, com
mon sense, and scientific attainments
of the times T We say, certainly, gen
tlemen, there is I And believing that
that enquiry now exists, Mr. Editor, a
mongst, at leat, tome of your more in
telligent readers, we will now proceed
to set forth a few of the more promi
nent tenets of said Religion, for which
we claim great superiority over any
other form of Iteligion now existing, or
that ever did exist amongst men ; and
yet, we ask no man to accept aught
that is not fairly proven, iience, the
verv first tenet is; the untrammeled
right of private judgment with regard
to all dogmas in Religion,' as upon all
Reason, that faculty of mind which
pre-eminently distinguishes man from
the brute, and Which enables him to
distinguish truth from falsehood, and
good from evil, and which enables him
to deduce inferences from facts and
from propositions, has been practicably-
as far as possible, ignored in the
Christian Church, np to the present
hour; and this fact Js tho itnit alum
which has led its unreasoning votaries
through the quagmires of ignorance,
superstition, contention, and strife,
through all the ages of its existence.
Next, we claim that the Karth, with
all its products, are progressive and
progressing, from a condition of Nebu
lous matter, or Firemist, up through
the animal and vegetable kingdom to
man, the climax of the formative pow
ers in Nature. Iience, we reje-ct as ut
terly fictitious and absurd the story of
the "Garden of Eden and Kali ol Man,"
and the consequent "curse of the
Earth." which is devoid of the shndovr
of evidence, outside of the story itself,
and like fictions. And, then, as a log
ical sequence, we reject that other sto
ry, founded upon the former fiction, of
"Immaculate Conception and Vicar
ious Atonement," and would teach
men that there is no possibility of for
giveness of sins, or wrongs commitU-d
against your fellow-man, except b the
party agrieved, either in this stadium
f existence or in the next, though it
might take many tges, such as this life,
of contriton and shame and toil to af
fect the atonement to individuals, fam
ilies, or nations, for the wrongs done
them in this life. Then, Ut no one
pursue a course of injustice, vice, or
crime, under the alluring supposition
that, at '"the eleventh hourlie will
cancel the whole account by a mere
act of faith in the goodness of somebo
dy else, or by sorrow and repentencc
for a brief hour, forsooth. When he can
no longer enjoy the sweets of crime,
and then be ushered into Heaven,
there to enjoy an immunity from sor
row and a bliss of enjoyment, which
his every sense of justice tells him he
No I no ! I Rest assured thitt no such
base injustice shall characterize any of
the perfect plans ol the God of Nature:
but every man tl.rtll receive exactly
what he deserves, Knd if he has wronged
his neighbor of aught, he shall repay
it "unto the uttermost farthing."
- There hate been ninny Oirist. nia
ny "Saviors of the World," but their
lives, examples, and teachings have a
lone benefitted mankind but never
their death, blood, or sufferings.
The "Devil" finds no plea in our Thi
losophy. Our Infinite God file all
space, and crowds him out ; pervades
all things, and infuses them with His
goodness, which must work their ulti
mate purification and redemption and
fit them for endless joy.
ih I now everv generous heart must
thrill with pleasure at the contempla
tion of this beautiful 1'hilosophy, in
comparison with that terrible and re
volting "pit of endless woe, bevond
the influence of the goodness of their
"Great Jehovah I"
Death, with ns, is only the runny
gate through which the weary traveler
is ushered into the Summer I -and to
greet "tho loved ones gone before,"
and fe gaze upon the rever ending
charms of its magnificent beauty. 11 ear
our poet's sentiment :
Like flowers transplanted, they are grow
Io that bright land which knows no wars
The"slrp, which we call Death, is Lnl the
To pure immortal everlasting life."
Now hear the wail of despair from
the shadows of darkness ere thi glor
ious light had dawned :
"Aud am I born to die, to lay this bodr
And btofI my trembling spirit C
Cuto a world uukuown
A land of deepest gloom, nnpierc.'d by
The dreary regions of the dead, where all
things are forgot."
Can any one compare the sentiment
of these two writers and still inquire.
what pood can result to hunianitv"
from the triumph of our doctrines ?
iney seem to lose sight entirely of the
deathless con. lit ion of the soul, while
gazing upon the mere shell which con
tained it, the garment which it wore;
while we look upon the change -as a
mere incident in an immortal life.
Realizing, that while the friends here
are sorrowing over their loss of the
companionship -of a loved one, the
friends there are rejoicing over a re
union, which shall never end, but
which will be made still more joyous
when we, tpo, join their gladened
throng. No long sleep, waiting for the
sound of the horn ; no dark,- gloomy a
bode, "where all things are forget ;"
but life, light, and animation, with a
joyous reception by the loved ones
there. Oh I what a contrast ! and yet,
our theory has the inca culall advan
tage of the unvarying testimonv of
thousands of returning witnesses, who
have realized its truth-7 and which any
one here may verify, who will lay aside
their prejudices and honestly investi
iience, oar lietvea H not a Dlsce. but a
condition ot enjoyment, in compacioosbip
wiid oar irienas, me very same that we as
sociated wilh here, who will know best how
estimate as and we them, hot under more
favorable circamilasces there to begin
with, sod wbich may becdDstsntlv imorov.
by oar own exertions, through all etern
wo'vaags to awe and terrrfy us,
TO THE PATEONS OF
Gone to his grave, in a good old age,
And gathered to the past,
With all his cares, his fleeting joys,
E'en his sorrows could net last.
Gone with his dewy mornings bright,
His fervid noontide hours,
With his golden, glorious sunsets,
His nights with mystic powers,
Now lighted with the Autumn stars,
Or moonbeams cold and fair ;
Now flashing, grandly, with a light,
With which, naught can compare.
Gone, like the ne er returning wave.
On the swiftly gliding river ;
So the kind, Old Year, has passed away,
Forever and forever.
And he was gay when the joyous Spring,
Came caroling along,
The flowers blooming in her path,
The soft air filled with song,
Of the glad birds that welcomed her
Back to the woods and streams,
Those rippling waves glanced back again,
fler bright eyes' sunny gleams ;
And glad, when gorgeous bummer smiled,
With beauty rich and rare,
Intent, with blessings, to reward,
The labors :'s toil and care.
Pensive, when golden 4utumn came,
With skies of hazy blue, .
And all its glory -tinted woods,
Vaiiid as lainbow hue.
Bringing with it our County Fair,
With a creditable how,
(No, I guess it was a horso race,)
Of what enterprise can do.
When gathering to the house of God,
Or round the woll-filled board,
Mn, meekly, raised their thanks to Him,
,By seraphim adored,
For blessings given, for woes escaped.
For freedom from all ill ;
And asked, that Power Divine may guide.
In peace and safety still.
Hut when the Winter, bleak end chill.
Came sweeping o'er the earth.
When happy household bands are wont
To cluster round the hearth ;
When Christmas Trees with glittering Toys,
And tapers all aglow,
Light up the happy faces that
Are glancing to and fro ;
Or stockings, hung by tiny hands,
Close in tho chimney corner,
(That place, so famous, since it held
Good little J.ickey Horner',)
That Santa Claus, when he comes donu,
May never fail to see,
That little folks are all prepared
For his gifts, whate'er they may bo ; .
The Old Year turned him wearily,
From these bright scenes away ;
For haunting memories pierced his soul,
With sorrow and dismay.
Of fair, bright homes, where death bad borne
Eeloved ones from sight ;
And gloom and silence settled there,
With shadows, deep as night ;
Of homes where wretchedness and want,
Have blighted all beside ;
Of durker places, yet, where Death
Lurks in a poisonous tide.
That lures man on, like Siren false,
The Wine the sparkling Wine
By fellow-man, held to his lips
'(Oh I that the sun should bhine
On such foul infamy as this !)
With winning, flattering speech ;
And the poor victim follows slill,
Until beyond the reach
Of love's soft voice, or bitter tears,
Or human power to save ;
Omnipotence alone can snatch
Him, from a drunkard's grave !
And this for what T Dollars and cents,
That man has made his god :
ileware ! to Heaven's attentive ear,
Now cries thy brothers hlood !
Thy so may fall a sacrifice,
- And thy heart make its moan
Over his utter, hopeless fall ;
But this could not atone,
For the precious offi-rings thou dost make
To this, thine idol dire,
Bodies and souls, and hearts and homes,
Kindle his altar fire.
Well ! this has sanction of the larr1
Tiy the barrel may be sold,
Whisky or wine or brandy,
For greenbacks or for gold ;
And he who can buy a barrel,
Forthwith starts a saloon,
Slyly sells drams, at profits good, .
And gels back his money, soon.
Put this petty mode of traffic,
The law must needs condemn ;
So the poor man is put in jail.
And pays his fine. Ahem I
The rich man, that sells the barrel,
Gets all the money, then 1
Your servant's not a lawyer,
And can not ' comprehend,
The justice of this law profound ; .
And so, would recommend,
Th Prohibition Law, by which,
Kone, cither make or vend.
Of raging War, that desolates,
Fair lands beyond the sea ,
Of battle-fields, where heaps on heaps,-
The slain, by thousands, be,
And rumor of yet other wars
All Europe in commotion,
Aa when the gathering tempeft rocks
The restless waves of ocean.
Yes I the Old Year was worn and sad,
And laid him down to die ;
His eyes, that looked on so much woe,
Are closed eternally.
But away with all cad thoughts !
We hail the New Year,
And trust he may come with bright
Hopes and good cheer,
To you, my kind patrons, "long, long may you' ware"
Ere the sun of a- New Year shall shine on your grave;
tiny peace and prosperity dwell in each home,
Tho CoxsERVitivB, weekly, continue to come ;
May warmth and contentment surroQnd you this win
ter; May you pay up your debts please begin with the
And believe me, you'll find it a source of pure jov,
To bestow of your cash oathe CARRIER BOY.
but the God within ns, an J the enlightened
judgment ol enr fellow-creatures. The de
praved and nnfortnoate, in development, re
ceiving all the assistance and encourage
ment necessary to their enlightenment, and
consequent preparation for hicher bapDk
ness ; and thus is oar Heaven fall of daties,
generosity.- bensvoleoce, and progression,
throng n toe endless ages ol eternity.-
DR. W. N. HAMBLETON.
Notwithstanding the rni6for
tunes' of tho ilcConnclsvillo Baptist
Church, in tho way o! financial loss
es, it demonstrates its disposition
and ability t pay its Minister
promptly. Rev. F. J. Cathers's 6'
ary of SOOtf a year, and boose rent
of fl50 more, wag paid no to
within $5 at the end of the yet?
just past. This is highly croditable
to tho Church.
t.SILL'3 for Snspecdeis and Gloves.
t?3SILL'3 For Notions of any kicd.
HS.BRANT'S Indian WonnXilhris
warranted to exterminate worms from the
human system. Try one box. For sals at
Bpragne's . Try them. 25 cent 3 a box.
Bfflu Almanacs Fiee. Ayer's, Fat:ne
atock's sod Scovill's, at Sprague' Drug
fgySILL'S f r handkerchiefs, Losicrr,
socks, ol any Kind, or nDdcrcIolhing.
8&SILL'S .for any style of Collar, or
piaio or fancy Necktia and Scarfs, bt any
tbinv in Genu' furnishing line.
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in N.
Tork, Indiana, Illinois, ami other Btatt-s,
fur persons from any State or Cocrtv, leeal
everywhere; desertion, drunkenness, nou
urnort, etc., tuiEcient came ; no publici
ty. Xo cbarg until divorce is obtained.
Advice free. ArilreM,
IIOORE k RICHARDSON.
Counsellors at Law,
ISO Broadiray, Ifew York Citv.
Jaov, ibTl ly.
OT.R. KELLY, M. D.
May be found at his office on
THE SO I TU-WEST COlt.VCR
M'CON NELSYILLE, OHIO
At all tiiaas, whan not absent on Trofen-
i-inal buaineti, .
AT HALF I'KICE.
Genuine 13 Carat Gold Hunting cased
Watches tieuts' anJ Ladies' sizes. 1 regu
lated and warranted for time and wear, at
half the nsua! price, on'y $ each.
The Kxtra Fine Q iality. 18 Carat go'd,
Engine Turned, Hunting Ca-ed, Fuil Jew
eled Lever Alovemekts, peifrctly adjaaled
to all climates, regulntid, bdJ tacu warran
ted by special ceru3cate, st only $30
The Same, of Finer nd bicker grade,
with Chronometer Butane?, at $35 etch.
The lame, at Las', wuh tine Nickel
Wurka, and Su'm-winiiu7 and Setting At
tachment, requiring no key, wound aud Set
r.y the stem, only $40 each.
All tbe above Watc'ie; are pnt at half
price, and each warranted for tiiaa and
Extra Fire, Pore Silve, Hnnti--s
Cosed Otuta' aud Ladies , at only $! -each.
Hest Quality Coin S Ivrr. Hunting
Catd, Fuil Jewclid Lver, at olI
Extra Fine Qialiiy, TVent levers
Chronometer Movt-uwuis, Vid'iJ Jeweled, ul
only $-20 each. .
tV. Our Watrlire are all war'nnted. and
if nut peifect will b U keu back aud tbe
C59.. We rtc,uire no rr.nhfy 'n adrsno',
bat aendall goods by Kxpre., pavahlo n
delivery, wi'h pr-viieae i op-n aI txan:
int befure piid f,r, by )n)ir Express
cbargr?, anb il cot tis:acttiry. returned.
I'ians where no Kxjcr-s run, ko'.x's will
I e s nt by niai, in regiiteied package, hy
sending io advance.
E.Ptrors ordering S:x Watt he nt a
tim", will receive ao extra Wa'cU uf caoie
Alto, Gold Clia;n Gen!, at SC. ?3 to
512; Ladies' at $10, 312 to $15a.h
The Brest Gold I'lnlrd and Uroide Gold
Chain a! 52, $4, S6 to 23 eacb.
Sta'e description ar.d price of Watch re
quired, nd o'der bv mail diect from
TUB UNION WATCH CO.
113 Fulion Street, New York.
Jan. C, 1871 3mo.
S T OJR E I
E. S. Woodward
W. A. MATHEWS & CO.,
Keep the best of everything the market
a fiords in the Grocery aud l'roviai'.n Line I
They know just what will tickle the palates
of the people.
And all kinds of meats sold so cheap that
it always gives their easterners good appe
tites to eat. It makes hurgry paoi.le hap.
py. healthy anil robust ; drives sickness
ironi the household; spoils the trade oft he
Doctors and makes every cookpntid of her
table. Husbands, who have creas wires,
wut always find a fetr cuts ol
Fl'.OU IMS ilOUSEA
Speedy C ur c
for trouhle. Its savory presence on the ta
ble always puts everybody in a g 'ld htiut
or, aud at the Buckeyo Block is tn place
to get il ! Ask anybody, in the eiqr-.ion
of whose countenance you see BUKF
STAKrQi and they x'an tell yon the
piece. Iheyalso Leup all kindj ol the ve
PRO VISIONS !
At the lowest prce 1 TLey buy, ton ; sr.d,
what ia more remarkable, iliey buv aa 1 sel!
everything, froui a
tracked Egrs to a rat Slfrcr 1 1
Give fhem 8 call. One D kit Eist of K;i
Shepard'a whnleaule Orocerv, Center St.,
lcc 23, 1S7U Suio.
HOW LOST, UOtY ItKSTOHED.
TuVt ciiltlishei?". a iiew ciition
of Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated
Kisar oo the ltadioal Cure
(withont rnedieiiie)of Sjernia!.-rrha'a er Se
niiunl Weakness, lbvoluutcry siemiual Los
ses, luipoteticy, Mental and FLysa'al luca
parity, imped. meats tu AIarriere, etc.; also.
Consumption, Epilepsy, sud Fit , iud'J'.:e.i
self-indulgence or sexual extravagauce.
fj-ititt, in a tealeil envelope, cu-iy aiX
The celebrated aolhoi-, in' th's admiraUlc
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
veira' successful practice, that the alcrui
consequence of self-abuse may be rad
ially cured without the danrero rs tse ot
internal medicine or the application ef t"m
knile ; pointing out a m.Kle ol cure utein-e
simple, certain, and effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no matter what hia
condition may be, may cure himself theaii
lv, privately, aud radically.
J"- This lecture should be in the hands
every y.mth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
address, postpaid, ou receipt of 6 cent
two postsge stamps.
Also, Dr. I'ulverweil'i Marriage Guiue
rrrce 25 cents.
Address the FcMishers
t han. J. 1'. Kline k. Co .
127 Bowery, Sew York, P. V. UuiiiSS
Aa mankind, from inl!""cre;ion or c:hcr eaatea. na
ben d-virned U Salter from u'wva-'e. to aio n.i re ne
dv foritifase b-en Tnvi4;J. )ur hilia and rallera
abound wilh roota aiwt herua. wiiteli if aeintlH.-iiI'r
prvtyareA and c mioanii-tl, will restore hi-alln and
vi'mrin 11m inraiid. To fiml ncba remedy wea&ouid
aeek one (hat taaa Hood the teat ol a?.
2-ir Cora for Liver Csnrplalst,
Ssro Cars fcr Eysjspda, '
Sara Core tit Za'riiity,
Sure Cars fcr Jaundice,
Sire Cire for Uar&smo3,
And all aW-tl:n arlafnir from waakneaa or want of
ac'.iun in Uio Lirer or ligeiiva Uraua. Iw greai
And all diacaaea arising from It. The great preren-.
inut FEVER AND AGUE.
It l an impoeaibilitj for any -me to hare Per and
Ajcud, if they wilt dh a few bottle of tiiia reuicJj
acA eprtn and fell.
$100 $100 $100
Will b rItcij foraaT rase of th'.a diM t'mt "Cmt
to any one tuat oaea toe Dif.era or TuLtc n a pre-
Thoe who hare the ferer and Asae wilUnd. after
the en ale have toppd, tiat hi n-iiu afaw bottles of
the BiiteM or Ttmc. that th Aieae will not return.
These remedies will rebuild their Conatitctioa tailor
than an? other known re:n,--i1v.
The mricdt were placed before the r-nhiie thirty
yean a-o, with all the premdieua 6f eo-aTJed -'patent
medicine" operating against them, but cradually their
Tirtm-a hecHinc kuowu. anduow. to-duy. ihcrsiaiid at
the bead of all preparations of their ela. wilh tho
td.rement of emiueut jttdgea, lawyers, cienrarmea
and phrsicians. ....
K.Jthefol!oirinir STmptoma, nn It yon find tbst
your vtem ia anVcred by auy of tiwvn, yon may rest
assorcd thai d'tAte baa commenced its attack on tha
DKiat Important orJnof yo-ir Inrly. and unlesa soon
checked by the ns of powerful remedie. a mi-erabie
tie, toon leriaiiis.li4 In death, will be the result.
ward Files, r'nlneas
of Jtiiod to the Head. Aci
dity ol the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Dl-gut for Food, Ful
ness or Weight tu tbe Stomach. 8or
Eructations, Sinking or Fluiterin- at the
Pit of the St.miach. rii-im;ninr of the Head,
flurried or Dilflcul. BreaUnwr. Flatt-srir; at the
Heart, Cliokin? or SuiVncatiu sca.aioc whaa ta
a I"ln pr.ature, l!imnca -f Viiri. D ts or
Vf'ibj before the Surht, Dun Pain ui ths Ilrad,
itfici'-T of PerHpirati'Hi, cllinncaa uf
tha S and Evce, Tain in 'he Siue,
Ear ic. Chest, Limb, etc., Snddeu
Flushes of lioat. Burning in
. the Fiesn, Constant i:u
. a'jiin of Evil, aud
All taicate daase at the Ler or T);jretira O.-faus,
combined with impoi bloui.
Is CTitire'T TCaraMe. im2 contain nn Vqaur. 1 1 a
rrmionnd of h IujU Exixacts. 1 h.j iixu, ilerS and
jUrkk) fnm whirl Uce extmrtare Duiii, re ffnih-
erd in Germany; all the nirtl:cluai virku4 are ex
tracted fnmi iht-ni'bT a scleutide chmirff. The ex-
raclartt then forvrartlwl to Ihii count ry to be ascd
fQftily f r tlie tniitn;fc.-:tiirr of tiii liit;er. There
i no alcoholic HabtAi-e ol any kind uted In com
irouiulini; liie Btlten; bence it u frv from all lite ob-
Jwcucoj liiuu'.'at io lue use oi a iiur prcriuiui.
Is a corablnntion of all the Inpredients of the Bitten
wuii tne pare! qcauty or ants uz ii:ttn. ramra,
Ac. It ta uacd t- r the aame dix-ase as the Bitters, la
cau abcTv ijoie p'e alcoholic a'.iiuuiua i required.
Lite the following was cever before OiTered hi behalf
or any meduiuai preparation :
JlOSf. O. W. UOOWAKD,
Chief Juk'.iceof the Supreme Cojrt of Penujvlraala
n.c. P!u'a,'.fMt. VtKh 16th. 15T.
T m ..iT.A...t. . ai.,,.H- i T
SacuU ia diMUia of tiie aitilive oraj, and v)
t bencSi in cncs of debilily ami wsit cf nerroin
acl.ou lit tiie aysteut. Yunr tniir,
OF.O. V". WOODWAItD.
nov. jtm: Tiionpsow,
Justice of the Supreme Conrt of Peunsvlr-nia.
rhil-tiletiM. AprU -.Oi. JJTA
I consiilerIIooft.nd a Uermnn Biiit-ia" a valuable
medicine In ca-e of attacks of In!i!-iiion or Vysep
sou 1 cau certify tliic from my experience of itl
i'lxu'i, willt reapect.
i , J.ViISS THOilPSOX.
llOn. GEO. aUiilSWOOP,
Juaticeof the btipreme Cjurt of Pi:i:iivlvania.
rttut i-'r'-i't. Juh lit.
I have fjaai by expeiiuuo: tuit " lloouauii'a oer-
rrisn nitre's" la a mj pxJ touic, rvlie'hjg dyspeptic
ayiaptojia almost cirectl '.
i GORGE SUARSWOOD.
now. xm. r. rogc8,
Ifjyor of the Ci'r of BnMo, T.
3f-:W' M iJ'Un. June Vk. 19G.
1 nave niet -lUMittauii aiieriiiiu Buterii and Tonic'1
la ray faoiily durui tiie rut-t year, and cau reeOul
JPnd h"m S1 eve-tret t"nl.-. Impnr t-irr iml
viir i ihr fyiteiii. Tueir ue baa buen pruductire
ol Axicetiur beuelicial edecte.
mi. T. EOGEES.
ITnoll.iiid"a fjennan Remedies ere cucnterfeiled.
fe jai liie liiilure ft V. il. JACKSON is on lh
yrnVi'i ol each uoUlc. All others ais ccuuierfclt.
rrinci-il once aa 1 niai.nftc-T at ti:? Carman
Vediciue stoic, No. Gil AU-.'il bTKilaT, Paliadei-
CHAS. .11. EVAirS. Prop'r.
l-brmoWs C. M. JACKS A CO.
nooflji'.r G misn fi:t .r, per b.;t'e ..$!.
Ho1.in:i Gcrmrui lv.r, ua f d um. . o.ttO
iiixjiliiiid terna Ju:ic, ;ui up uitn.L..llC5
per botilc, ur a tut-f A'Umh for 7.39
Do not rvct to ezamit.e cl ILe artk-Ic you buy
ti orrlT to ifirl the pro ane .
l or Sale by all DruHU,
Warranted to he. till aeancit
and the Ufa! !
m ufilli fi!
V'i,! do at', it is recommended to Jo or tha
nwT ref.in Je-I.
. F Iii ST U will rcatnrfi gray or f.i-M hair
(n li, ,,;.ttirt in)nr. It will hj.i.rM rod buir
t.i a heru'ifu! .."burn.
fiX'oXD K mil iij?hlen tTie hair, thua
Lire-itinc and preventing iia faHitjjtout.
J iril: I It eradicate dandruff and
t'iro i .-liir.j; of the scalp autt relieve th it
ii:iiivur:il hi at it the head, o!" winch man
Fot'iiTiI Tt. rill rimrce harsh nrid wi
ry hoir ia'o the sort aud aiikcn uppesraiice ,
T: M!ow':ii. among many a.-':"-s,'el?-nu
s to it superiority s a Hair It alora
;ve aud Dntiuii.', will Bleak lor liicin
Mcoixitivitu, 0., Nf.v. 30, 1S7S
We hereby ert''v that ri hare twted the
article enlM JiXCELSIOR IIAIB HE-
SrOHATIV.uuti find it to be all that ia
claimed for it a complete Hair llealoicr
aud Hair Dreaaing.
V. W.il CAUTY.
GET THE BEST!
0.F. C. P
'-1 - t-vt . vj- y-v
OR. IS PI.AIX TYPE, THE
m i m
Try one Package and be Con-
25cts. or 5 for $ I
For Sain by Druggist & Ctui
OxcioiTr, O., Oct. 8, 1S70.
S Rirmn.1 l i-t .n,t nlici!l I I V-n,1
us five (fts of jour Cattle Powik-rii. (Oliu
Fariuei's.) A. B MKURIAM & C'J.
The Ohio Farmer's Condition Powders
is tbe best mediciue for Loracs I b.tv evt-r
neJ, and I Lave tried many others Tejtu-
ater fjr McCouucLviile ta-b Fauturv.
I'ort ;r & Trie buy O'alo Farmer's Ca-
Tlier cared my horse when I and a 1 my
neighbors t'jsug it he w wld il c.
"Tour Pow.Iers (Ohio Fartnor'ii) sIiouM
be miie uatl amanz tha farmers than ther
are. I kbuvr tlreui to be a good tuir.ir !ur
stock." J. A, ADAIlt.
Th?y sre a good thing for stock. PK.
Ask fjr the Ohio Farmut's Condition
Powder, and lako no othir.
cCduiielst liie, Ohio,
?km, OILS, AND VARNISHES !
GLASS, PETTY, &C.
Pure Wines and Liquors
Dye Wood j Ana Dye StutTa gen
erally. care always used in selecting
ao'ir iirus. We aim to keep nothing
34r-thatis inferior. Prescriptions ut up
p4fin a safe nl careful manner. We
trwouil l K'X to have soma o: your