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MCONNELSVILLE : . -FRIDAY,
. . . March 31, IST1.
TIE KM S
One copy, one yur, trhei
not paid In advance, ft.OS)
On copy, d year, oasfc
In adrancc, $1.0
To a Club or ten, one dot
lar and tblrty-flTe cents
To a Club of fifteen, on
dollar and twenty-flvo
cents eaen, fXS.Tft
ALL DEHNQUBNT8 will he
barg ad op. in all eases, at the rate of
Its Dollars a year.
- There will be a Prohibition Meeting at
inexuwjx iuljj or suevaneiaviiie, on
to-morrow evening, Saturday, April lit, at
1 T o'clock. Good speaker! have been enga
ge to addreu me meeting;, Turn oat, eve-
rybody I The Ladies are specially invited.
There will to a public meeting at tie
' Lodge Room of the Order of Good Telnplars
of McConnelsville, on Friday evening of
next wmii, April ,ia. everybody u invia
ted. Good speakers will be in attendance
iTo the Electors of Aiorgan Tp.:
Ton are hereby notified that there
Vill be an election held at the May
or's Ofiice in McConnelsville, on
Monday, the 3J day of April, 1S71,
to elect the following- officers," lo-
wit: Three Township TrosteesjOne
Township Clerk ; One Township
Treasurer ; One Township Assess
or x nd Two Constables.
By Girder of the Trustees.
v L. HARTER, Tp. Clerk.
. llarch 17, 1S71. 3w- -.
"y.AsTrlCBltnral Xotlce. '
t - The Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society are
lrely notified to met at the Uayor's
Vffie, in McConnelsville, on
M05D1T, APRIL a 1871,
t ten o'clock, A. 51.; for the transac
tion of important business pertaining
to the interests of mid Society. The
following persons, fwith the addition
of a Secretary and Treasurer yet to be
elected), compose the Board for IS7I:
President Jsmes A. MeConnfcl.
Vice President Edwin Sherwood.
Managers James C. LongLridge,
Jaoob Alumrcey, John S. 1 nomas, J.
J. Huffman, Oliver M. Levels, JL A. C.
Leland, Eli S. Fawoett, and Samuel U.
Scott. . . f f 6
A full and prompt attendance is ear
- By Order of the President.
JOHXS. ADAIR, Seo'y.
r Warch SI, lSH-3w.
The Makcet. No change in onr
home Markets. The Baltimore Cat
tle Market, of the 23d inst., quotes :
Cattle from 84 to $8 50 per 100.
Sheep from IS to ?8 per 100.
Hogs, $10 to 510 75 per 100.
Tbs only sure way to kee? our Beer
Ordinance in force ard effect, is to
Tote the Prohibition ticket I -
Ho. F. W.Wood declines being one
of fhe candidates for Trustee of the
Burial Grounds, as nominated by the
Republican Convention. " "
S Ths Prohibition Moutins at the
Town Hall, on last Friday evening,
addressed by Rev.C. VP". Courlright,
was a decided success. ...
Dmi service will be held in the Sts.
Patrick and James Catholic Chnrch,,
of this place, on next Sabbath, April
2d, at ten and half o'clock,' A. M,.'
. Iryoudonot want your boys made
drnnkards ef, vote the Prohibition tic
ket this Spring, and thereby make eer
tain that the Beer Ordinance will not
be repealed, v
If yea do not want your slumbers
disturbed by hideous revelry and de
bauch, vote the l'rohibition ticket,
and thereby defeat the ' project to re.
peal the Seer Ordinance.
- Wao can tell the number of murders,
fights, Street brawl, Ac, that might
result in one year from the repeal of
the Seer Ordinance of McConnelsville?
Vote the Prohibition ticket, and there
by make it sure that the Ordinance
will not he repealed. -
Who can estimate ' the amount of
taxes the people of this Township will
have to pay as the legitimate result of
the repeal of the Beer Ordinance t
Vote the Prohibition ticket I ,
W. IL Allard, while engaged in
roffing Dr. J. IT. Brown's office, on
last Saturday evening, (ell from the
roof to the ground, severely bruis
ing his right shoulder and arm.
C saaaawawaawawasawaa -
.Somi boys, while playing m a ca
noe on the river somewhere near
the wharfboat, on last Saturday af
ternoon, came near drowning, and
were rescued by some bystanders.
Hzxt Monday is the day of the
Spring Elections. Don't fiul to make
your appearacco at the polls, and
also remember to vote-the Prohibi
tion ticket. - . :
Rev. C. TV. Cocstkicrt will preach at
the Presbyterian Church, of this place,
next Sabbath, morning and evening.
Rev. H. Cooper will be absent id atten
dance on the Athens Presbytery, which
meets the first of next week at Middle
port. ; - .-. -
. Da. 'W. B. Hedges left this place on
Wednesday morning Tor -Amesville,
Athens county, where he will locate
and follow his profession. The Doctor
leaves many friends here and also
what was growing into a good practice.
May success' attend hita in his new lo
VTho can tell the number of the
followers of Christ that will be lur
ed into sin, who can tell the obsta
cles that will be pot in the wsy of
' - i : t V. UA
repeal of the Beer Ordinance ? Vole,
the rronibitten ticket 1 - J
It is stated that Gavlord k Co.,
havs a Township nod Corporation
Ticket all "cot and dried" to be
presented ta the Toters next Mon
day, one can got any cine as
to who the candidates are.
Tff Bristol Towastip Prohibi
tion Ticket is beaded by Thomas
Weeden, Jacob Wortman and Rafus
D. Cotton for Trustees, with Rich
ard Adams for Clerk and 'William
II. Ceol for Treasurer. We do net
know who will be on the ticket for
Assessor and Constable.
XL M'Damil, of the firm of Bar
ker k ll'Daniel, has just returned
from the East with an abundant
stock of JN ew Goods, amongst which
we notice that Notions have almost
been made a specialty. For some
thing new, nice, and at the lowest
gMsible price, remember to call on
arker & M'Daniet.
Thi case of C. Barekholter vs.
the Village of McConnelsville, car
ried from this Conniy to the Su
preme Court of Ohio, has been do
eided sustaining the Beer Ordin
ance. The last resort of the Beer
it es now is to defeat the Prohibi
tion Ticket Ibis Spring, and thereby
secure the repeal of the Ordinance.
Rally to the support of the Probi
ion Ticket J
' Stbakge but Tsui I II. R. Pinker ton,
Esq., of this town, informs ns that he
gave ene paper of the Farmer's Condi
tion Powders to a cow that he thought
was about to go dry, and the resul i is
mere than donbie the quantity of milk
and richer than before. Be particular
to buy only the Ohio Farmer's, and you
will be more than, repaid for the in;
Wao can form an idea of the number
of children that will be clothed in rags,
the number of wivea and daughters
and mothers that will be tnade to
mourn, the number of dependents that
will be made to go hungry, the cries of
anguish and wretchedness that will re
sult from the repeal of the Beer Ordi
nance. . Vote the Prohibition ticketl
Aboct as fine a specimen of the Am
merican Aloe, or "Century Plant," as
we have ever seen for its age. is the
one at Dr. Charles Robertson's Drag
Store. ' It is now about, eleven years
old, and the Doctor says that if his
friends will call on him eighty-nine
v-eara from this date, they can see it
in bloom. " .
A tots was taken, on last Sab
bath, by the members of the Pres
byterian Chnrch, of this place, on
the question as to whethor or not
Rev. H. Cooper's resignation as pas
tor of that Church should be accep
ted. The expression of the memb
ers being unsnimous in favor of his
remaining their pastor, he withdrew
CB.iM.rs E. ELahlcb is about to retire
from the Herald, fie takes with him
the entire Job Department of the of
fice, and will convert it into a separate
printing establishment, devoted en
tirely to Job Printing. The new office
will be in the room heretofore occu
pied by Kahler as a Music Store. An
drew Kahler, with James M. Rusk as
assistant editor, will conduct the Her
ald. Da. Charles Robrktso has been a
practising physicisn in this village for
forty-five years, commencing in 1826.
Since 1857, hewever, when he com
menced business as a Druggist, buying
out the establishment of Israel Green,
he has declined riding unless in cases
of special importance. Bis Drug Store,
en the Northwest corner of the Public
Square, evidences the disposition of
the proprietor and his clerks to do
their share of business this Spring.
Mobgait CorntTT ought to have
good bridges. During the four quar
ters just ended, our Commissioners
have spent $7,285.07 for bridge pur
poses, and notwithstanding the fact,
when the coming June tax is col
lected, there will be a bridge fund
in the Treasury of $11,109.60 they
have ordered that a levy that will
amount to $4,000 more shall be col
lected off the people for the follow
ing year. - - -
Joan H. Mobrt, for some years back
Assistant Cashier of the First National
Bank of McConnelsville, goes to In
dianapolis to embark in the lumber
business. We are sorry to lose him
for many reasons, one ef which is be
cause he is an uncompromising Prohi
bitionist. His place as a candidate for
Treasurer on our Township Ticket, is
filled by Thomas Hammond. It is
ncertain, as yet, who will take Hur
ry's place in the Bank.
Malta Township Prohibitionists have
put the following ticket in the field
for Township and Corporation officers
to be voted for next Monday :
Tovmhip Tfrfot-For Trustees, Thos.
Williams, A. W. Walker, Wm. Smith ;
for Assessor, Joseph Deweese ; for
Clerk, William A. Brown ; for Treasu
rer, John O. Walker ; for Justice of the
Peace, Isaac Stnbbs ; for Constables,
Enos Carman and C. Holcomb.
Corporation Ticket For Councilmen,
William Cuppy, Isaac Stubbs, James
Timms, and Joshua Jones. ,
Rev. L. UcGcibk, Presiding Elder of
the McConnelsville District ef . the
Pittsburgh M. E. Conference, announ
ces in the Pittsburgh Christian Advo
cate, of March 25th, the first round of
Quarterly Meetings for said District for
1871, as follewa :
Duncan's Falls, April 1st; So nor a,
8th; Mt. Zion, 15th; McConnelsville
and Morgan. 22d: Beverly, 29th ; Rica
Hill, May 6th ; Bethel, 13th Seneea
ville, 20th ; Summerfield, 27th ; Staf
ford, June 8th; Lebanon, 10th; Sa
lem, 17th; Newport and Cow Run,
24th ; Brownsville, July 1st ; Sharon,
8th j Unionville, 15th. , ...
J9Splendid Gscer and Brrv HoL
tiKDs, of various stvles, for Window
Shades, at ADAlR'SBook Store. The
stock Is large and ean't be beat for qual
ity and price.
' Tana i jost opened a fine ttsortnent of
Dry Goods, consisting in part of PrinU, De
laiaes, Jeans, Uaslins, Ticking, Drilling,
Cotioaades, Checks, Ginghams, flannels.
Crash and a general line of goods raited to
thetiam and the season), all of which is of
fered as low as the very loweet at SILL'S.
2fEW GOOD3 1 Ji KW" GOODS
A general assortment of New
Goods just opened a'. Kelly & Sea
man's. ' -
Bail Road Matties. The sub
scription books lor the South-East-ern
Ohio Bail Road have been
printed, are now being bound, and
will soon be in circulation.
James A. McConnel and C. L.
Hall met Gen. Tbomas Bring and
Col. Taylor, by previous arrange
ment, in Perry County, The fore,
part of ibis week, and had a con
ference relative to the feasibility of
the contemplated route, and all
were satisfied that a little public
spirit erined along the line would
guarantee the road. Terry County
it willing to render a portion of the
necessary assistance to the enter
prise, wi'll build that portion of the
road running through her territory
whenever it is determined that
Morgan and the other counties east
will come down liberally with sub
scriptions for the remainder of the
route. - .
I Almost a' Sebiocs Accibarr. On
Thursday of last Week, a L Barker, of
the firm of Barker & McDaniel, of this
place, was considerably disabled at De-
vol'a Dam. 8omebody was closing the
water gates by means of a capstan and
lever, and the water coming against the
gates with smch force as to make the
capstan revolve quite rapidly without
human aid, Barker, not noticing, got
in the way of the lever, and received
quite a severe blow jnst above tbe
knee, bruising him considerably, but
not breaking the bone. But "business
is business" with Barker, and notwith
standing the above, we see him at his
post superintending matters at the
Store, keeping himself informed on
the market prices of hams, shoulders,
sides and lard, and also all kinds of
country produce ; and we'll venture to
say he'll be the first to call on our far
mer friends this Spring enquiring as
to the extent of their wool crop. There
is nothing like industry and energy in
business, and knee or no knee, they
are component parts of Barker.
Rather a small number of our
fellow-citizens attended tbe Repub
lican Tp, Convention, beld in the
Mayor's office on last Saturday eve-
ting. " All told thoy wonld number
about twenty, thehigbeat number
of votes cast at any time while we
were there being sixteen, seven or
eight of tbe voters being candi
dates. Charlos &. Swectland was
chosen chairman of tbe august bo
dy, and R. II. Brent secretary.
Judge D. C. Pinkerton was there as
a matter of course, and he, assisted
by Dan. Marion, seemed to be tbe
chief cook of tbe affair. Amongst
them, they succeeded in nominating
the following ticket :
Township Ticket For Trustees,
James C. Looghridge, Joshua Hall,
and David Holbrook ; for Clerk, F.
M. Kahler ; for Treasurer, Clcason
B. Bozman ; for Assessor, Robert
II. Brent ; for Constables, Abner
Pyle and Cornelius Head.
Corporation Ticket For Trueteee,
II. M. Cochran, Worley Adams and
ITenry Patterson ; for Clerk, Lewis
Harter ; for Trustees of the Burial
Grounds, 1 year, C. B. SweetIaod;2
years, R. 11. Brent ; 3 years, F. W.
- Thx case oi Ohio vs. Stephen Mil
ler, so far, has cost the tax-payers
as follows :
Fees of Special Grand Jury, $30 00
Fees of Drs. Brown, E wing,
and Hedges, for tbe post
mortem examination of bo
dy of Trary, twenty dol
lars each, 60 00
Fees of Petit Jury. - 63 00
Fees of Sheriff, including
board of Millr, 83 00
Fees of Clerk of the Co art, 15 09
Fees of Deputy Sheriffs du-
- ring trial, 4 00
Fees of F. B. Pond as As
sistant Prosecuting -Attorney,
Fees of Ball and Stanbery,
and allowance for expen
ses incurred by them in
defending Miller, 125 00
Board of Jury, two days,
during tbs trial, 48 00
Fees of witnesses before the
inquest, before tbe Grand
-Jury, and before the Court
of Common Pleas, fees of
Coroner's Jury, money
expended in horse-hire
- and in employing peraana
to search for Miller, 126 10
Total, $581 10
Fire hundred and eighty-one dol
lars and ten cents is rather a large
bill for our tax-payers to pay in one
case growing out of the Liquor Traf
fic, ain't it ? Bat this is not all,
Ux-payers I In addition to the a
bove sum, there is tho claim of the
reward of three hundred dollars, of
fered by the County Commissioners
for the arrest of Miller, yet to set
tle, which, if paid, will swell the
sum to eight hundnd and eighty-one
dollars and ten cents 1 And, besides
this, there is a prospect of Miller
getting new trial, which, if he suc
ceeds in getting, will cost the tax
payers not less than four hundred
dollars more t ' - -
Whatao you think of it, tax-payers
T Is it to your interest to con
tinue voting with the old political
parties wbich are upholding the
Liquor Traffic and thereby swelling
your taxes beyond endurance, or is
it your interest to cast your ballots
with the Prohibition Party that is
pledged to drive the Liquor Traffic
from the Land ?
The expenses of this case may be
compared with what you bave to
pay annually for tho devastations
wrought by the Liquor Traffie, only
as a grain of sand to the mountain
or as a drop of water to the ocean.
Could We bat get at the actual cot
of tho Trade in Morgan county a
loce, for one year, it would appall
every man in iht County.
When yon go the pells to vote,
think of this matter, and ask your
self if self-interest does notdemand
that you should vote the Prohibi
Oa Wednesday, we called on Lnkens
k Strong, Wagon Manufacturers and
Blacksmiths, at the old Lukens &
Doudna stand, opposite the wharfboat,
and ascertained that they have some
very superior Farm and Express Wag',
ons on hand of their ewn manufacture,
and, judging them as specimens of
their work, we cannot but say we hare
never seen them excelled anywhere.
On inquiry we find that they are
manufacturing Farm Wagons, Two
Spring, Four-Spring, and Platform
Spring Express Wagons, that they are
doing any and all kinds ef blacksmith
ing, and also that they are engaged
largely in repairing and re-paiwting
Wagons and Carriages, and they are
soliciting orders for new work, never
working anything but Dry Timber.
Mr. Lukens has been in the business
here for twenty-four years, and Mr.
Strong has worked at the business in
this County for upward of twenty
Proceedings the Court of
Common Pleas, of Morgan
County, March Term, 1871.
HON F. W. WOOD on the Bench.
Jeffers, ct. al. vs. Ifeglcy contin
ued off docket. .
Campbell, et. al. vs. Campbell, et.
Deaver, et. al. vs. Sloncburner
dismissed at costs of plaintiff.
James A. McConnel vs. J. K. Bu
cy judgment against defendant for
$112 80 and costs.
Harvey Darlington vs. John C.
Edwards leave to make Admin:s-
trator of John C. Edwards, doe'd.,
party defendant, and continued.
Guardian of Vf D. Nelson vs. Ma
ry A. Nelson, et. al.-dismissed with
judgment against plaintiff for tbe
Celia Taggart vs. Kate Taggart
et. al. continued.
Whitney M. Sevall vs. Margaret
J. Eckelburry continued.
Miranda J. Taonor vs. Bonjamin
Tanner divorce granted, custody
of children and $600 and costs, al
John V. Ramsey va, Benj. Seve
Bicey N. Daniels vs. Allen Dan
ielscontinued. Administrator of Arthur Tag-
gart vs. James Carter, et. al Leave
to Edward Milner to become party
defendant. $216 20 found due on
notes sinco suit.
John Hoyl vs. Bazil L. Medley,
et. al. "Leave to John Medley to
become party defendant.
John Stitt vs. W. II. McCarty, et.
Administrator ef Archibald Vic
keis vs. MatniasSena, el. al. con
tinued off docket. '
Epbriam Parmiter end S. Wilson
vs. Isaac W. HempGeid leave to
answer granted and continued at
cost of defendant.
John A. Penrose vs. David Lyne
Appraisers allowed to appearand
correct assignment of homestead.
which was done in epou Court
plaintiff to pay costs.
Elijah JbUiott vs. John Matbows
settled at costs of plaintiff.
Davis & l'ortcr vs. John M. Hor
ner, et. al. leave to Reuben J. Lea-
nard to become party tfefendant.
and also fur defendants to file mo
tion to discharge attachment.
J. Cheadle vs. Quincy A. Cbca-
dle verdict for defendant, motion
for new trial overruled, and plain
bamuel Conn vs. Joseph Miller
judgment in favor of plaintiff. De
fendant gave notice of appeal.
azil Jj. Medley vs. A. V. Law
Phillip and Mary J. Stewart vs.
James Stewart continued.
Josiah Burgess vs. John Skivmg-
ton, et. al. judgment for defend
ants, and motion for new trial made
whieh wm overruled, and tho plain
Administrator of Arthur Taggart
vs. James ruillips continued off
G. C. Devol va. Elijah Bell, et. al.
stricken from docket.
A. D. Lawrence vs. Patrick (Jorm-
John Bingman vs. Jacob Uingman
a 3d J. T. Kean settled.
A D Lawrence vs T C Scott dis
missed at casts of plaintiff without
.nancy A Appleman vs Perley
Nelson -defendant found entity.
notice for new trial made, and ov
erruled, defendant excepts. Defen
dant adjudged to be tne father of
child and charged with main ten.
aaee in the amount of $300.
Hooper, et al. vs White & Hoop
ercontinued at costs of plaintiffs.
William Scott vs Solomon btein
J Q Slonemao vs Enoch Parker-
judgment for defendant.
Martin Masterson vs Cbas Mat t-
erson, Sr. et al verdict for defend
ant, motion for new trial overruled
and judgment rendered on verdict.
David W Power vs Martha A
Power divorce granted, cuetodyol
male child given to petitioner, fe
male child to defendant until four
teen years of age, and allimony al
lowed defendant of $250.
W S McCleary, et ux. vs John W
Gray, et al sale confirmed.
John b Sealock vs Mahala Soa
lock, et al dismissed at costs of
John Vore, et al. vs Jas Mount-
continued. - :
Not having space for tbe full pro
ceedings to date, we will continue
them next week.
Tbs New York Tribune's Washing
ton correspondent says :
"Many observant politicians express
the opinion that General John A. Lo
gan will be the most formidable com
petitor General Grant will have for
the Presidential nomination next
year. A strong movement in General
Logan's behalf is said to be organizing
in the West, and to be rapidly extend
ing throoghout the country. The semi
political soldiers'' organization, known
as "The Grand Army of the Republic,"
which has it branches in every village
of tbe North, and of which General
Loaan is Commander-in-Chief furnish
es the nucleus of this movement, and
gives strength and organization at the
start. . .
aRemernber that the? keep al! kinds
oi Cloth and Pat WINDOW SHAUr S
plain and Enured, at Aosia's Book Store,
and sell tbe same ss low as a nybefy dare
tell. Uo sod examine lor yoarselrcs,
STOP AND BEAD THIS t I t
Ton can buy the Best and Dry-eat
Cigars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to tbo Post Office !
Ma satin. By W. 0. Early, J. P., on
the 2d day of March, 1871, at the resi
dence of Joseph Wright, in Center tp.,
Morgan county, Ohio, Mr. Francis A.
Lewis and Miss Arrilla A. 0. Wicker
sham, both of Morgan County.
By the same, on the 7th of March,
1871, at the house of the bride's par
ents, in Meigsville township, Morgan
county, Ohio, Mr. James B. Smith and
Miss Catherine H. Hitchens, both of
On March 26th, 1871. at the residence
of the bride'e mother, by Rev. Will T.
Robins, Mr. Thomas R. Jones and Miss
Mary S. Coler, both of Morgan county,
On the 30th of March, 1871, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, in Malta
township, by Rev. H. Cooper, Ur. Eirsm
O. hi sen and Miss Kachel hi. Newman, all
of Morgen eounty.
Died. At the residence of her moth
er in Bloom Township, Morgan coun.
ty, Ohio, Miss Nancy J., daughter of
William and Pnebe Bnggs, in lue 2bth
year of her age.'
The deceased was born Aueust 10th,
1846, and died March 9th, 1871. She
was converted and baptized into the
fellowship of the Rockville Baptist
Church, of which she continued a
member until her death. The genu
ineness of the Spirit's work on her
heart was signally manifested during
her Christian life, bhe had the res
speet and. affection of all within the
circle of. her acquaintance. Gentle
ness of spirit and Christian reserve
characterized her Ife. The smile that
lit op her countenance as the Spirit
took its departure was left upon her
face, and all who saw her could but
say, '.'how sweet the sleep in Jesus."
ller illness, which was of nearly four
years' duration, part'of which time she
was confined to her bed, she bore with
Christian fortitude and resignation
believing "God doeth all things well."
Towards the close nf her jllnnss she
was anxious to depart, and prayed God
to take her to himself. She called her
friends around her, as she was dying
told them she was "passing away,"
asked all to kiss her, and then fell a
sleep in Jesus
"Asleep in Jesus ! O how sweet
To be for snch a slumber meet,
With Holy confidence to sing
That Death hath lost his venom
fc'he leaves a mother, two sisters and
a brother, to mourn her loss. May
they die the death of the righteous,
and their end be like hers.
T. L. E.
March 27, 1871.
On the 21st instant. Hulk Mart,
youngest daughter of Arthur and Ada
line (J., ilosmer, of Keokuk, Iowa, in
the 6th year of her age. bate City, of
&aj young Hj-or, Ti a 1 -teannpowd-r
Br.Jpitn 1a !
BSJ Black ""'ea !
Fresh and rew ard of tl.e very, best quality
13-All the late Magazines, and other
Periodicals, received at ADAlR S Book
Store, and constantly kept in stock.
tloLLAaa, 'dead loadi' of Lhem, all Bizea A
shapes, and Neck ties, every color and eve
ry style, at Sill's.
TUT S. Spragne's Wild Cherry
congh Balsom. Price 25c.
eGo to ADAIR'S Book Store lor
Wall Parse and Wwoo Sunn. You
will experience no trouble in being suit
ed, as they have an immense stock and
great variety of styles, and trim their
Wall Paper for customers free ef charge.
Wscall especial attention to our present
stock of Groceries, all of which was selected
with eare for family use. For . your rice,
coffee or sugar, try Sill's.
STOVE Varnish, belter than Bri
tish Lustre or P!mbu0 for cloves,
ic, nt Fprague's lrug Store.
Wooden ware, a good and substantial as
sortment, at bill's.
FORTTSFIVB CENTS will hnj to
plats of good Navy Tubareo at P. Swee
Ley's, next door to the Post Office.
Good stock of muslins, Brown or Bleach
ed, Irish Linen, shirt Fronts, Hosiery, Ac,
A FRESH lot of choice Garden
Seeds expected to-day at Spragne'e
Taa 'Sorrento scarf, and the 'Semper
Idem,' 'Fashion' and 'blobs' collars, the la
test things out, at Sill's.
Tf anted ! Housekeepers to call and
examine oar stock of Table Cutlery at LI.
B. Vincent k Bro.
A hick atock of socks, antpenders, hand
kerchiefs, Ac, soiled to the spring trade,
now to be had at Sill's.
Christian tlymn Books!
Fresh stock ol Cbristiak Htii Roots
all sizes and styles received at ADAIR'S
Book Store on yesterday.
KELLY k SEAMAN have just
opened a fine assortment ofCassI
meres and Cloths.
Asorasa splendid stock of Spring Scarfs,
Ties, and Bows, collars and Gents' Furn
ishing Goods, jnst received. We keep the
Kobby styles. Don't forget St Sill's.
. Japanese Silks I Japanese Silks I
Japanese Silks I Stone will hare them
next week I
Groat Bargains in Ivory Dandle
Table Knives at VINCENTS.
Commercial Writing; riuld!
New and fresh supply of this excel
lent Violkt Wbitino Fluid received at
ADAIR'S Book Store this day. Tbis is
the handsomest color and nicest flow
ing Irk made. They have it in all ai
led bottles and sell lots of it,
KELLY & SEAMAN makes suits
of Clothes or parts thereof on tbe
shortest possible notice.
A GOOD sssortnxnt of Groceries of all
kinds at Humon v'e.
New rnipply i t I.rfiiL Bi.akrs received at
AD AIR'S Book Store on yesterday. ,
6TJGAR CURED ham and Sh enlders,
the very best to be had, nt Mommej't.
Loot out for the New Fpring styles
of Dress Goods next week at Stone's.
ERESII BKEF, tbe latest, tbe stoat
juicy, at Mumney's
Full line of G titers constantly on
hand at Stone's.
FLOUR at $1 85 per sack stMainmej's
" Gk.XTi.it v. ss's Slippers, Ladies Slip
pers, Misses Slippers, and Infant's
Slippers, latest stvles at Stone's.
Table Cwtlery ! Ivory Haodle
Knives ! Rubber Handle Knives I Dessert,
Medium aid Table, at greatly reduced pri
ces, at VI NCEN IS.
Tas magnifficent stock ef Prints at Sill's
is tbe adm. ration of the Ladies, and are
going off rapidiy. We bave the name of
keeping tbe best Prints in town. Call and
see them !
B&.Vew and fresh arrival, at Admb's
Book Store, on yesterday, of those high
ly popular and entertaining rove!
"Forest fioie," "Prairie Flatter," and "L
ni Ltoti," by Emerson Bennett. They
have a full supply of them.-
KSLLY k SEAMAN wishes it'o
be tally understood that tbey don't
intend to bo nnJersol l iaanraili
tie in tneir une.
M'dls Xilson, on her tour through
this country, met the approbation of
Americans in general; but those love-,
ly Nilson slippers at Stone's suit the
Ladies much better I
FISH of all kinds at D. t C. W. Mom-rney'a.
IIOvT LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just eablished, a new erlition
of Dr. Cnlverwell's Celebrated
saay on the Kadical Cure
(without medicine)of Spermatorrhea or Se
minal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Los-
Ises, Impotenrv, Mental and Fhymcal Incsr
pneity. Impediment to Marriage, etc; also.
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Kit-, induced
by sclf-imiulencc or sexual extravagance,
sT-Price, in a sealed envelope, enly six
The celebrated author, in th s admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarm
ing consequences of self-abuse may be rad
ically cured without tbe dargpmus use of
internal med'eine or tbe application of the
xnife ; pointing out a nv.li: of cure at once
'simple, certain, and effectual, by mennsof
which every suflerer, no mutter what hi
condition may be, may cure himself cheap-
), privately, and radically.
p Tbis Lecture should be in thehsnds
of every youtli aud every man in the land.
Bent un.icr seal, in a plain envelope, to
any adJress, postpaid, ou receipt of S cents
or two postage stamps.
Also. Ir. CulVerwell'e Marriage Guide
rice 2a cents.
Address the Fnblisber,
Cbas. J. V.. Kilns &. Co ,
i'.JVwcry, Kew York, P. O. Box 4588.
KMEI CA.WOT BIV p !
For Sight is Priceless.
Tk'E DIAMOND GLASSES I !
- MANOrACTCRKD BY
J. E.SPENCER &CO.
O! N. Y, which ere niw offered to the
public, ar pronounced by all tbe celebra
ted Opticians of ths World to be the
Natural, ArliScial help lo the biinianeje
ever knows. They are ground ander llieir
owe inpervision, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, and derive their
same, '-Diamond," on account ui their
hardness and biil'iancv.
The Scientific Principle
On wbu b they ait cooFlrncird brings the
core or center of the lens directly in front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as io the natural, heol'hy sight, and
prevcruwio; all on pleasant sen-ations, sock
as glimmering and wavering of tight, diz
xines, Ac, peculiar to all ethers iu nse.
They are mounted in the Finest Man
ner. In frames of Ihe bet qailitv of all ma
terials used (or that purpo-e. Their finish
and durability cannot be sarpossed.
CAlll'IOS'. Nose genaine nolens
besrir.g their trade maik stamped oa every
II. B. TirVCEXTit BKO.,
JeweWs end Optician, are sols agents
'or McConnelaviile, Ohio, from whom they
esn only be obtained. Thee goods are
, not supplied to Pedlers at anj price.
Jote 3. 1870 ly.
THE MARKED LADIES
f BIT ATX
G'Tf mfrvrmtioTi on trrrry
(WDjsJCt Of lUisWltM la) Ulsl
hO LADY Ft THS UUTD
irho is rnimed, or who
iioulsl Im wiUtoai s copy.
Sent fte ti afl under ?al oa iwipt of 10 Cfktsl
Aildrt.: ELIZAB.fc.Tii MOTT. M. D.
Euiwi.r, . Aus Plsvosa, S.x.
A pemanent enm in warrant! m all cmnt Smtsm
arts i tut from iiapradoce orjroutbtie erro r.muittnji ia
orrvtus debility, ttertiinat Tank (-, eroiaauum, dreaaia,
taajtotMajt ftitMH dinmii tL, fey oaiOsf
DM, URLL'S SPECIFIC RKMF.DIES.
ThT can be asved vitboot detectina. or interf
jrtlte baatnMa, and no obantra of diet ia iiaoeatary.
DEs BELL'S SPECIFIC PILL 5
wiTI enr all ordinary easws vitboot further aid. Trial
txxea aai by mail Mated, oa receipt of OHX DOLLAJU
bead sanp for rrivt '. Addrsrm:
D h. KOB'T JL 714 Iteoadwar. Kew York-
met tae Ussaraavar
JLADXX3. Tw&XI2 INT07ZCI3.
If jroai want a reliabl remedy for irraralaritiM caa
DR. B1RTEYS CHR050-THERS1L TOXS.
They will rsjsstorsj iiarrrre syrrfTi1y and arc erifideat ia
all ordinary oawa. sVuirE !? 1)olub.
&e&fi H'uLmp (or Dr. Harrajr'a Prirate Medical Circalar
Dr. Harvey's Golden Tills.
A reraMy four ttrtrreaa srtronT?r fnf special genua,
Br ajid Sinta. and vjrat a lit a Btsi hxu wafaixo
LAiUh&. as they Mvtr faii to remove the truss t diiresMe
inff ftynaptom, bo metier how krnir tosjy bare eiistM,
Pattern kirm Douabl ben by mail sacuely aeaitd
'CUtrwipt Ot moner. by
1B- Julia. HARVEY, 71 Broadway. IBew York
ove and IMatrimonV-
The atfacttofls mar b aminsd by following simple
rales, sna sit iu&, marry tuppilr witnont r-Ksrtl
ta wealth, am or baantv. &end SS Ills lor ihe
L;! Uou OX tatnp fjc eircal&x. to . .
ai UAJJAM I.UCll.I.E DEMA HftrL
Jvisbth StlMt P. kew I ark.
Balsa and Prescriptions
Jiat will car any wasa of
L WEAK.NE83. KICHTLT
SICWS. IMPOTENCE; As, ai
1 rastora I
part act health. I
I who soffaswd aad
. Swnd sumo. EDGAR TKFJ1AISK.
J-l H A.TAJ 1 1 F ATJ33
TBs tsmbt di-iaasp. Catarrh, wbtch aftacts an macj
aiWa Urwiasas in Broacaitts ana Oowaaaiiiuoa,
WHbont r!'flM. h entirely TmorM fl Trtt'T kow
loos It hsa sauwa. All cum eaa poaHswIy
1333 OXT3?.XrO BV
ffntrr treatment, and H.'T will te forffil d lev any
eaee that it latie to ear alsstx ttootrmah trtal ol kL
Rev. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Hsswsetly is the trareart aad beet for Headache and Wezk
ya are ia many etwee the coossH.iaijiica I l atarria.
SASSAFRAS & WITCH HAZEL
lrer fail to innnediate relief ta ail oaera
BKAD THIS TKST1MOXY.
arid eevil Vamp fr a cirjular. d'tailicy the Pjisrjtas
Of Uve dieUM and .irtttea of tli rrru-iy. A pecJtast
Wili beeent by mats ea receipt oi uxiMf.
PRICK TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Wy Catarr?i was fmiaedia;1y rsliee-1 ''t 7" aa
afrasaad Witch HaswI. Pev. ASA TkoWN.
I can read without wsjarinj arsjctacrraand thawtnb
ffAae ie vntirely aooo aiooe Ufingr ymr S.-Mfrrisi is.
Kitoh Haa-i. 45rf-wAN HAKrX
Your Sasytatfeia and WTtfU If azrl ban coer tailed is
feiteaj baedmhe witluq ftv micitM.-
an, &AMAH J05ES.
Adlraa. BeV. MAHTTf D VTTO .
Bible Hon. Srn. We Ycrlc
lOIXTI V1HISD IUIIVHEKL
FOR ALL DISEASES,
IT TO EARN A LIVING EASILY,
I I ' and eneare aa Ivaoeet eosflpeeeiice by ro
I I; dutry. withoat money to start life ito
j I Tike) Secret Is OeU I
ana wearewiiitsc ioHiaa avvn
A0E5TS AUK l thts Poot ard thrf
esvc earn from a to 1ft 6V lUre a day. K-nd for icircalai
md wrVaaetrDssQ copy. PRLCg ONE DOLLAiL
Address. eoejorit tsm po.tage e'arri
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEH CF EDEN.
IT VfllX TLEASB EVERY BOD Y.
Seal riVTY CENTS f"C nr,n jour arfonas
IUdxx KABY MOOKE. Svalisa P.. r Vl
0 5 c.
awlsiM Bie tlsl. Caa.nsa. ta cast
Ami D. Lawrence, Plaintiff, vs. Patrick
By virtue ef an order to sell and to me
directed from the Coort of Common Pleas
of Morran eounty, Ohio, in the above enti
tled action. I will offer for sale at public
auction, at tbe door of tho Court House in
McConnaUvilIo in said county, - .
On Jloaday, the lOtta Day of
at 12 o'clock, M., of said day, tho following
described real estate situate in the county
of Morgan, and State of Ohio, to-wit : Lot
number twenty-nine (29) in t je town ol
Stockport. Appraised at $.100. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVES EH, Sheriff M. C. 0.
. Hanna A Kennedy, Attornevs.
March 10, 1871, Sw.
SPEEDYCUKE 1 1
30 j. T ! -jt
Pro v i s i o ixs ,
. Groc cry
E. S. Woodward
W. A. MATHEWS & CO,
Keep the tost of everything the market
atTurJs in the Grocery and Froviaioa Line I
They know jnst what will tickle the palatea
of I ha people. -
MUTTON! BEEFl TEAL
And all kinds of meats said so cheap that
italwcys pives their customers gon-i appe
tites lo'eat. It ma kea hungry pop! Bap.
py. bexlthy ana robust ; drivaa sickness
from the hnusebsld; apoita the traweof the
Dor tors end luakes svery cook proud of her
table. Huabands, Who hav croaa wives,
will alwavs 6ad a few ruta of
KOAST AND STEAK,
FKOU I'HUs llOLSKA -
Speed y Cure
fur trouble. Its savory rresencs an the ta
ble alwaya puts everybody' iu a good hum
or, and at tbs Buckeye Block is the place
to get it t Ask anybowy, in the expression
of whoso eonntensDee yon see BE Eli
STAK,j and they cab te'l yon the
place. They also keep sil kinds of ths v
ASO . -
At ths lowest prica I Ttey bay, foo t snd,
what ia more remarkable, they buy aad sell
everything, iroru a
Cracked Egg to a t at Meer i j
Give tbcm a call. One Doox East af E.'i
Shepard'a wholesale Grocery, Center St.,
Dee. S3, 137S-Smi. - .
- NATURE'S OWN RE11EDY,
IS beiog readily accspted by those of ever
nifdital creed, aa afiLrriling a happy sutwti
tst for too active or unreliable uirdicaiiot.,
end uff -naire doses. . Tbe iotrodaciioa ol
the only known Nerve Tooio aptritntin
pleaDt snd acceptable form, stands con
ppicaoasly ss ths greatest additiun to mod
era medicine. They are at once tbt pre
ventatives as well ss ears tor. lore class of
ailmeals, from which the great majority of
persona are at times, made niiarable. un
happy, and physically and mentally in2io
iem. Impairment of cerve force result us
ually from iuatteotion (sometimei from ne
cessity) to common sense health rules, sad
is followed by iatbargy, Dyspepsia, ion
tipation, Impure blood, Irregclarities, Off
ensive breath and eallownoss of Complex's
ion. Their action on tbe Nervous System
can account for their mild and passive
elfii-acy in a variety or ailments of such
apparent diversity of origin and character.
Under their ellect digestion and assimila
tion are promoted, tho excretion of worn
ont materia! in tbe blood is assisted, and Ihe
brsio acts vigorously, aa itander tiio effect
f a siimnlent.
The Calabar Grains are the appropriate
remedy for ths I,ierary, aindioos and the
brain working classes, and those suable or
disinclioed lor sufficient physical ixercise,
and who are usually "billwuv" 1 bey are
the favorite medicine ' oj tbe ladies; they
are ths preventive and cure of naasea
i . i i . . I . - i : t j
ana neaaacoe oi i nose voyaging; cuiiu
ren can take them ; they aro now the
"ounce of preventative; they aro safe,
mild and effectual; they are apple-
seed like, taataless and inodorous.
Furnished in membraneous peucnes
containing 75 to 80 grains or seeds. If
not for sale at tbe nearest JJrueeista,
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Grains
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
eb.l(, 1. - - -
NEW 7-30 GOLD LOAN,
Safe ! Profitable ! Permanent !
JAY COOKE k CO.,
Offer for Sals at Par and Accrued Int
FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT
Northern Pacific Railroad Co.
These bonds are secured, first, by a Titt
Mortgage on tbe Kailroad itaelf, ita rolling
stock, sad all equipments ; second, by a
first mortgage on its entire land Orsnt,
being snore than Twenty -two Thnesand St
ores ol Land to each mua of road.
The Bouds are free from United States
Tax i the I'rineipal and Interest are paya
ble ia Uold the I'rineipal at the end ol
Thirty years, aud the Interest seini-aunu-ally,
at ihe rate of aeven and three-tenths
per cent, per annum.
Thev are issued ia denominations Of$100,
liiiO.f 1,000,5,0(iO and f lO.oml.
The Trrratoos nnder the mortgago are
Messrs. Jay Cooke of 1'niladotpLia, and
J. t.lgar Thompson, Y resident of tne l ean
svlvania Central Railroad companv.
These Sorthern Pacific T-Stl Bonds will
at all times bef-re maturity, be receivable
at Ten per cent, premium (or 1,10). in ex
change fur the company's Lands at their
lowest cash prioe.
In addiLioc to their abaolutsiafetv. these
Hon (Is yield an income larger, we believe,
than any other f rst class security. Persons
holding United States S-I0's con by conver
ts; thern into "orthern Pacifies, increase
their yearly income one-third, nnd still
ha to a ) erfoctly reliable invesuaent.
How ie Get The'". Your Dearest bank
or basktr will supply these bonds in any
desired amount, ol any needed denomina
tion. Persons wishing to exchange stocks
or other bonds (or these, can do so with any
of oar ajeiita, who will allow tho highest
current price for all marketable securities.
Those living in localities remote from
banks, may set. 4 money, or other bonds,
directly to ns bjr express and we will send
back North ra Foriae bonds at our own
riak, and without cost to the inveaUr. n
further Lnformauoa, pamphlets, iraps, etc.,
call on or addre-n the undersigned, or any
of tbe Banks Bankers employed to sell this
loan. For sale by the folinriog General
Agents of the Pittsburgh District j .
J amea T. Brady A Co.;
Hart, Conghy A t'o.;
Western gavinga Bask
8. Me Lean A Co.;
Va have accepted an sgeney fi-r the sale
of the above Bonds. Pham plots and iafur
mation can be had at'onr coanWr.
I revo, Aerriam A Co., Firat Satioi'
I at Bank, McConaeUrllle, Ohio,
i March 17, 1671.
To Debilitated Person. Ta Znspep ties.
To Suftreri from Liner Complaint. To
those having no Appetite. To those mith
broken dcrtcn Constitutions. To Aervova
People. To Children Masting Away, To
any with Debilitated Digestive Organ. Or
suffering from any of iht fcllaving symp
fowi. indicate Disdered Liver or
Sumach, such as Conetipation, and Inward
Files, Follows and Blood to the Hesd. Am
eidity of the Stomach, Nansa, Heartburn,
Disgust for Feed. Fullness or Weight in
the Stomach, Sour Eructations. Sinking, or
Fla'U-ring at tbe pit of the Stomach, tbs
Swimming; of the Mrad, Hurried and DiN
fii-ult Breathing, Flutlerii.tr at the Heart,
Chocking or Huff icsting Sensations when
iu s lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dm
or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dnll
Yellowness of the Skin end fcyen. Fain in
the Side, Back, Cbi-e', Lime. St., Sadden
Flushes of Ueat. Burning in the Flesh, sod
(maginrngs of iCvil, and Ureul Depressioa
of Spirits. -
Iloofland's' German Bitters 1
A Bitters without Alcohol or Sprit its ef
aor km, is di&erent from all others. It is
composed of tbe pore juices, or Vital Prin-.
cipleot Roots, Herb, and Barks, (or. ss
medicinally termed, Extracts.) the worth -kss
or inert ptHtions of the ingredients not
being osed. Therefore in one bottle of this
Bitters there is contained aa much medieirw
a virtue as will be found in several gallons
ol ordinary mixture. The Boots; Ac nsnt
in this Biners are grown in Germany, their
vital principles extracted ia lhcontrj by
a scientific Chemist and forwarded to tbi
msnafactory in the city, where tliey area'l
eompouodoil and bo lied. Containing n-
sniritaous ingredients Ih's Bitters is frM
from the objections urged sgsinst all eth
ers t no desire for sMmolsnts eaa be Inrlocs
ed from their one, tbey cannot make dran.
kards. sod caouol ander any circamstanct a
have any bnt a beneficial effect.
Iloofland's German Tonic,
Was componn&d for those not raclined
extreme ititiers. ar.d ia intended for use in
cast's when somr alcoholic tt.mnlarH is re
quired io cosnectioa with tbe lonie proper
ties of the Dittera. Kacb bottle of ihe io
nic eonialns one bottle ol ths Bitters, com
bined with pars Santa Cms Bum, end fl
vered in snch a manner that the ex.tremi
bitterness fs overcome, forming a prcpr -tion
highly spreeable adp!eaant to also
thoughts, and containing the medicinal vi
tuis of the Bilters. The pi ice of lbs Toi
ie is ?1. afl per botlle, which many persons
think too high. Tbey must take into con
sideration that tbe stimulant used ia guar
anteed to be of a purs quality. A proe ar
ticle coalti be fnrLubed at a tbeaper P !-,
but is it 'not belter to pay a little more
bave a good article t A medicinal prerw
ration should eontsin none bnt tbs best in.
gredieuts ; sod they who expect to obtaii
a cheep eompound. and Is benefitted by i.
will Biost certainly be cheated.
HOGFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
. 08 .
Uoofland's German Tonic,
Will cure yon. They are tbs greatest
htnowa to tbe Medical world and eradicate
diseases arising from impure blood, debt)"?
of toe digestive organs,, or diseased Livor,
in a shorter time than ant other known re
medies. Tbe tvhole Supreme Court of
- Pennsylvania speaK lor
WHO WOULD ASK FOR MORE DKJ
. .N1FIKD AND srUONUES riSSTI
M O.N Y t ,
lion. Gecrje IT. M'oodvrarJ, formerly Chief
UMS'M't of le Supreme Curi of Pennsyl
vania, at prtttnt Member Congress jrvm
Pennsylvania, tcrilcs i
. ' FHtLASELraia. March IS, 1367.
I Aid Iloofland's German Bitters is a good
tonic, useful ia diseases of lbs digestive rr-
aos, and of great benefit ia cases of Jibili-
ty and want of nervons action in tbe system.
Xoors, truly, U.W. HUU1I rv AtiU
Hon. Jamez Thompson, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Lovrt of fenmylvmux :
FuiUAOBLPiiA, April 23, I8C7.
I consider lloctiand's German Bitten a
valuable medicine la case ol attacks of in
digestion or dyspepsia. I eaa certify tbis
from n:y experience el lt Tonrs, traly.
Hon. Georg Sharntood, Justice of ths Tu-
prert't Court of rtnmylvanux :
I have found b experieaca thstHoof-
land'a German Bitters is a ret y good tonic,
relieving dyspeptic symptoms almost L
Hon in. F. Xofft, Mayor of A City of
Buffalo, iew lork !
, . - BcrvAto, June 22, 1869.
- I have ased Boofiand's Oermao Bitters k
T.' in my family daring tbe past year,
and eaa recommend thess as ss excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor lo ths system.
Their oe has beea productive of decided be
neficial effects. WM. F. ROGERS.
Hon. James M. Wood, Ex'Mayor of rTJ
I take great pleasure ia reeommendir?
TJoolind's German Tonic to any one who
may be tSiicted with dyspepsia. I bad the
dyspepsia so bad! it was impowibfelo keep
any f&od on my stomach, atd so I becsm
so weak ss not to be able to walk half a m ilr.
Two Domes oi tae lonie encteo a perieci
ears. . JAMES 1L.W00D.
' BCXSXBEIt TBaT
tlooflandt Ceruian Hitters
Iloofland's German Tonic
will cess xvaar cask or
Maratmui, or TVasf Ins Away
.' of tUe Body.
Remember that Hoefiand's Genr.an Reme
dies art ths medicine you, require to purify
the Blood, excite the torpid Liver to h a!ih j
action, and to enable you, to pass StiMy thm,
any hardship or exvontre. DR. HVOF
LA XDi POOu'rUYLUV. or Sob-,
siitute tot Mercury Fill.', Two Fills a dose.
7?.j.-)io.r jiwerful.yet Innocent, Vegetable n
tharti in c. It ia sot necessary to take a
haadl'ul o; these villa to produce the desired
eflect ; two of them act quickly and power
fully, cleaaaing the Liver, Stomach A Bow
els of all impurities. Xhe principal ingred
ient ia Podopbyllin, srthe alcoholic extract
otJtfan drake, which is by many times more
powerful, acting and searching thaa tho
Jfandrake itself. Its peculiar action ia upon
the Liver, cleaning it speedily from all ob
structions, with sll lha power of mercury ,
yet free from the injurious results atlacne.
to the nse of that mineral. For all diseases,
ia which the ueof arathaxtie ia indicated,
these pills will give entire satisfaction ia ev
ery case. They never fail t In cass of Liver
complaint, dyspepsia and extreme eostivea
ness, Dr. UoortHud's German Bitters or Tonio
should be naed i a eoaaeetics wit h the Pills.
The tome effect of the Bitters or Tonic builds
n p the system. The Bitters or Touic purities
the blood, strengthens the nerves, regulatre
tbe Liver, and gives strength, tnert,y and
vigor. Keep your bowels aelivo with that
pi Us, and tone np the system with Bitters or
Tonic, ami no S.sesse can retain ita hM. or
ever awn it yon. Recollect that iuilootlaud a
Gorman E"mediesthatsrso eaiversally ne
ed and highly recommended and do not al
low the Druggist to induce yon to talis an
thing else that he mav ay ia just as good,
causa ha makes a larger profit an it
These remedies will bo aeni by exjweaa to
any locality upon application to tie Pnoc
ptJotfico, ai tho tiorwiaa BiediCiae 6Wsv,
fo Arch street, Philadelphia. .
CHB. 31. E V Ai 3, Proprietor, formerly L .
31. JkckaO J A CO.
Thos iioaavdia. are !ot sal by Drnggiati,
Storekeepers, aud med-cin dealers t 'tj
wherc IFtb. ;7,l".l.