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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR
FRIDAY, . . . . .rVov. 25, tSTO.
Korean Co. Medical Society.
As adjrvcrctd roteting ol the li organ Co.
Medical Society will be bfld in the room
adjoining Rober'snn's Drag Store, io Me
TUESDAY, JANT. 3rd, 1371.
It is hoped there will be a Tall aod prompt
If min piyen that all premiums awarded
by the Siorgan Coonty Acrieuliural Socie
ty, at tne recent fair, remaining onpim on
the lt of January, 1871. will be forfeited to
the Bocietv. JOIIK 8. A DA IK, clecy.
2f07. J5," 1S70 It.
Annnal Meeting ....
Or the Korean County Bible Society will be
held on Sunday Evening, Dee. 4th, at tbe
Protestant Methodist Church. Townahip
Societies will please tend in their reports
6T vec. 1st. Tteesorers report to Ji.
HcDaniel -Secretaries to J. C. Btone.
C. B. POXD, President.
lit malting nji the List of Awards of the
lata Fair of the Morgan County Agricultur
al Society, the following entry or award was
overlooked, and it now published for the in
formation of all concerned :
Claxt A, Xo. X Horn for ofl Work.
Amass Kewberry, Marion township, Stal
lion oyer t years, 1st premium, 00
JOHN 8. ADAIK, Secretary.
Sot. 55, 1370 It.
Feaxiii B. Vikciict, son of William A. and
Louisa. M. Vincent, a bright little boy, two
year and twenty-three days old, died on
Wedueaday morning, J Id instant, from dis
ease of tha brain. Tbe funeral serrire will
tale place at the residence of William A.
Vincent, to-day, at 10 A. M.
Upon looking over our books, we find
that there is due this office now on sub
enption, in sums ranging from f 2.00
to f 6.00, the amount of "
This might not be considered by
many or all of those owing their indi
vidual portion of it, as a very large a-
mount of money, as every dollar of it
is due from- men - able to - pay ; but
small as it may appear, we wish all to
be assured that it is a very considera
ble sum to cs, and, if we bad it, it
would make us glad many times, and
Think of th:s, gll you that have been
owing us for one, two and three years
back 1 Think of this, all you whose
indebtedness began with the begin'
ning of the present volume of our pa
per ! Snt we pray you not to think too
lonn before you five us a call and do
your port-ion toward making us rejoice.
Five Hundred and Fourteen Dollar, all
in one's Docket, would make any Coun
try Publisher in the Stat as proud as
a Peacock with his tail in full bloom.
He could go round to this and that
man, ask for his account,' and pay it
off with the air of a millionaire ; and
then he could walk the - streets With
bead erect, rejoicing in the belief that
everybody considered him an honest
Butchers, Grocers. Merchants, Ac,
who had been looking at him askance
for a year, would begin to bow to him,
ask after his health, invite him to call
Tound and see them, and be friendly in
general with him. His employees
would work more faithfully, energetio-
' ally and cheerfully. He could get his
wife the new dress and other "fizins"
she had been teazing for for a year.
The babies, too, could rejoice in new
bibs, and aprons, and frocks. He could
get himself anew hat, coat, pants, vest,
ma doows. . id tuurt, lie wouia w
slipped on thevback abd called a good
fellow by everybody,' could dress his
" family and himself in good style ; and,
on Sundays, go to church, see the fash'
ions, and sleep through the sermons,
like civilized folks do. Thefe is no end
to what a Country l'ublisher could do
if he had but C&" 5 1 4 . O O -fcj in
Hut then there is another view to be
taken of this highly important ques
tion. If you would but pay the print
er promptly, you wouldn't feel like
crossing the street, or turning a cor
ner, or rub ning down an alley every
time you see said printer approaching
yon on the street You could walk up
. to him, and shake hands and talk with
him, just as you would with any other
man. You could read your paper with
more interest and -with a clear con
science ;' and your paper would be bet
ter, too, in all respects, for the very
reason that the publisher cas the
wherewith to make it better, and does
not have to spend his time in devising
ways and means to get the funds ne
cessary to carry on his business.-
. So, viewing the matter from both
these standpoints, would it not be well
for every man irho knows he is in ar
rears for the CoysEBvanvB, '( and we will
venture there is not a man owjng us
but what knows it,) to call immediate-'
Ty and settle . his bin 7 We think it
would, and we hope there is not a man
on our list but what will coincide with
bo, now, lnenas, let us see or near
from all of you immediately. It is our
object to publish -a good, County pa--per,
and we want "you to assist us by
paying us just what is our due. Don't
think that your little bill will not do
us much good, and that we can get a-
long without it until some other time.
This is an error you ' are entertaining,
if you so think. " We want the very dol
lar, or two dollars-, that yoa owe us.-
We want the whohr of thirf514.06
OaT Thursday evening of last week,
Mr. Thomas tUmi, of Malta, and Miss
Belle Adams, daughter of James Ad
ams, of this place, were married.
Stephks Miller, - the murderer of
young Tracy, it seem has aocomp-
Kshed his escape. At least, no clue claim
been found to his whereabouts, ed
His doggery has been closed up. j ela
Morgan Co. Medical Society.
By noticing mi ad vertisemetii else
where in this paper, it will b Been
that the Morgan Coonty Medical So
ciety will meet in the room aijoin
loc Robertson's Drug Store, on
Tuesday, Jaouary 3d, next.
VTe believe that all physicians in
good standing in the county, are or
may be members of this Society ;
and that the object is the advance
ment of its members io the theory
and practice of the Profession, by
the expression and interchange of
thought on all matters of recent, dis
covery or of uncertainty ; and, to
forward these ends, it u highly im
portant thai every member should
prepare an essay on tbe question or
questions that he, by his individual
observation or research, has receiv-
od recent enlightenment upon
do With everybody's business, we
take it upon ourselves to propose a
few questions for discussion before
tbe coming meeting of the Society,
and questions, too, tbat are very
important to the public, to-wit :
"Tbe use of Alcohol as a Medicin
Is it too frequently used Should it
be used at all When should it be
used ? '.-
The use of Alcohol by physicians
in their prescriptions, is one of the
live issues of Medicine at tm's time,
and is being condemned as entirely
unnecessary by many of the leading
lights in the Profession, whiie oth
ers of equal celebrity contend that
they' cannot get along without it,
and others think its use should be
limited entirely to pharmaceutical
purposes, and only Ubed then when
other articles will not answer the
same mechanical purposes.
Many men of intelligence, outside
of the Profession, look upon the
general use of Whiskies, Brandies,
Wined, Lager Beer, fcc, by physi
uiaos in their prescriptions, as one
of the strongest allies of intemper
ance, and consider that it has been
power in the land, working ruin
to many a poor mortal ; and, cer
tain it is, tbat tho venders of these
articles attempt to justify tbe traf
by asserting that sm-b and sncb
eminent physicians consider them
necessary to the preservation of the
health of the community.
Another qaestion that is begin
ning to assume shape in tbe medi
cal world is : ' Is Inebriety a dis
ease, and if so, bow should it bo
treated ?" and we do not see that
tha Society's time can bo better ta
ken np than by discussion npori the
It is hoped that all members of
the Profession in good standing in.
the county will make it a point to
in attendance on this meeting,
and that they will all be prepared
nuke it one of mutual interoet
and benefit td themselves, and that
will evontaate in good to thepub-
Without over-stepping the boun-1
daries of our business, which has
No change in our local markets.
Book Agents wilt do well to ex
amine our columns thib wee re.
Wjc advise our Prosecuting At
torney elect, to look out for squalls
A law partnership Iras been
formed between Hun. John E. Han
and Ed.M. Kennedy, Esq.
Preaching at the Umversalist
Church next Sabbath morn:ng and
evening, by Rev. J. B. McLaiCr.
j. he x.cropean Wans st.li pro
gressing, with a prospect ot in
volving all Europef
A MtriK son, Edwin, of John Dona
Jr., died on Thursday night of
weak, and was buried on Sunday.
The Zanesville Courier, of last
week, says Capt. B. P. Power's pa
sprint will be tested in a few
on the B. & O. R. R.
Wt are in receipt of the Scientific
American, published by Munn & Com
at No. 37, Park .Row, New York
It is certainly the best paper of
kind published in America. Send
a sample eopy. .
All who are in want of a first-class
Saddle, or a beautiful and durable
of Harness, should give R. Engle,
Chesterfield, a call. Remember
his manufacture of Harness took
first premium at the recent Coun
Caii fob Pocltrt. C. Burckholter,
the foot of Center Street, McCon
nelsville, is paying the highest cash
for Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks
Geese, either alive or dressed.
is the time to tcfrn your poultry
At a special election for Mayor, held
Malta last Saturday, the question of
building a Calaboose was submitted
carried, there only being one vote
in opposition to- it. Malta is de
termined to break up the Eabit of per
sons appearing on her Etreets in a state
Tn Morgan County Board of Agri
culture met in the Mayor's Office on
Monday last, to award premiums on
Crops, and to attend to- some
business. Strange to say, there
but one entry ( made, with' state
ment as required by Board, of Field
and that failed to receive a
premium, it being a little upward of
bushels of corn to one acre,
it fell below the published
requirements of the Society, that no
to a premium should be regard- fcom
that fell short of a hundred bush- ses
to the acre. I
SERMON BY REV. H. COOPER.
Yesterday, the day set apart by Na
tional and State authorities for rend
ering thanks to Almighty God for the
mercies and enjoyments of the past
year, was duly observed by many of
the citizens of McConnelsville, Malta,
and their respective Vicinities. At
half-past ten o'clock, A. M., services
were held in the Presbyterian Church,
of this Village, all denominations be
ing represented, and Rrr. Hesrt Coo-
fes, pastor of said Church, who had
been chosen to deliver the Thanks
giving Sermon, spoke about as fol
lows: Thi ox knowelh hia owner, and the aas
his master's crib; but Israel doth dot know,
my people doth not consider. Itaiak, 1; 3.
Once a minister, on his way to Pres
bytery, was thrown from his horse on
the verge of a high bridge; and, receiv-
ine no serious iniurv. he in a devo-
tional meeting, expressed deep jtrati-
tOtude Go for 8 deliverance. A
teuow-pasior near in g mm, saia ne naa
nrnfr ttllajf fhan Ilia IkPlfllAV few I
thankfulness, because he had Hddeil ever
the tame bridge without meeting with an
accident t I
After a vear of life's iourne v. we are
gathered together on Thanksgiving
Day. JJoea the remembrance ot erents
in that time brine feelines of cratitude
intn mir hearts f I
AS a Nation, we are at Deace with
all outside, and harmony reigns with-
in. Reconstruction is complete, the
dear. old flae wafts to the breeze i
all parts of our beloved land. During
century, the negro was a dark, low
ering storm-cloud on our political
horizon; and, how, he is brought down
to our level, been made a citizen, and
is harmless. . But for the yellow haze,
betokening trouble from China, the
sky everywhere would be clear. No
pestilence, no famine, so war or ru
mors of war in our busy, yet quiet and
happy land. As a Nation, we have
traveled a twelve months' journey
As a State, County, .Town, and
neighborhood, plenty, peace and
health mark our history. Beautiful
Spring was late arriving, but she wore
bright face and radiant robes when
her presence became' apparent. Her
beaming smiles made Nature laugh
around her, and motherly Summer,
bringing abundant fruits, followed
early and tarried late1. Never, per
haps, was there less party bitterness
and strife; and never, possibly, has
there been fewer feuds or neighbor
hood quarrels, and we cannot bttt ex
claim, "Let brotherly love continue 1"
Our learned gentlemen of the bar have
enjoyed ample opportunity to become
well noated for future triala. snr eTnel- .
lent physicians have had, at least, their
usual sleep. As a community, we have
journeyed without accident
Personally, our course has not been
marked by unusual occurrences. With
few, "the cup of thanksgiving is min
gled with tears." The sable messen
ger has called at some of our doors ;
loved faces are not seen'te-day ; chairs
our tables, filled a year ago, are va
cant now, and will be hereafter. Yet,
how large a number of these regretted
ones, fell asleep in Jesus, to awaken
where Thanksgiving extends through
the year :
Where the rivers of pleasure flow o'er the
And the noon-tide of glory eternally reigns;
Where the anthems of rapture unceasingly
And the smile of the Lord is the feast oitbe
Aside from loss of friends, to each
this has been a year of usual comforts
and enjoyments. In. this respect, too,
have journeyed without accident:
Educationally, there has been no
snch year in our chronicles. A noble
structure, high upon the hill side, no-1 to
tably commemorates the jeyful fact
tbat an Winkle slumbers ended I
some month's ago, while a real sun and
planets, all knowing their appointed
orbits, shine in our heavens to indi
cate that for tbe boys and girls of Mc
Connelsville, genuine light, order and
progress hare replaced the tapers, con
fusion, and gate-like faction of school
past Educationally, we have
journeyed without accident.
Religiously, we note the past year as
of silent, steady, healthy growth. I
Harvest is past,
Summer is ended,
With some the wilderness has become
Eden, the desert a garden of the Lord
Joy and gladness, tbankseivine and
voice of melodv." are heard where
- A l..: j j . I
JC.. -uU ur.-
i Bim.jug in tun learui me Aiora, i ed,
enioved tbe eomforte of the Hol-r Str.
Ghost. Spiritually,- too, we have jour
neyed without accident I
We have no such reason for thanks- lef
. ... i
giving, as some extraorainary aeliter-
affords ; and, fof this, consider-1 peare
that we have no extraordinary or
unusual evil to be delivered from, we
the greater reason for a heart-felt
return: of thanks to God. Had demon,-
killed, burned and destroyed in
land as in France, and then yielded
restoring peace, every heart would
devout thanksgiving, perhaps, for
deliverance. When we feel the,,. "
deliverance. When we feel the scourge
most of us recognize the Divine
; but, when all around is delight'
Deity, forsooth, is hid by ff is gifts,
if prosperity is a blessing, no man
more perfectly blest by interrupted and
minCTTvpteo?prosperity. The truth
is that we too often forges that
it the giver of all we enjoy, as well as I
all that we suffer, and that we should
air thankful for a continuation of
enjoyments, as we are for deliver
from our Woes'.
Oxen and horses, unlike men, al
recognize is the food1 and com
they receive, their master's hand,
evince' their love' and gratitude
kindness is meted out to them.
rive their tnanks- to owner and
iff obedient toil ; and here they at
us that tAankslivr. is much be6-
terthantWV. Expression of lips Mn
nothing. Heart must feel and life
is to be satisfied.
emphatically set forth
which the text is taken. (See ver
has from 11 to 20.)
Would you offer Thanksgiving to
iv. .ei ii i : r : ai
tiio gra.ie.m.cuwiueufc.AA jwni-1 iowln
, z a i a. XT J rwL : r x I
This is most county
in tl,a .v,.rfc I Lot
God, then in return for his mercies give
Him vour Whole heart, walk in His
ways, use His gifts for His glory.
. Remember that we never are grate
ful for what we misuse. God gives
grain to man, and he makes strong
drink out of iU Can such an one give
thanks T God gives voice to man, and
he uses it to profane his linker's name.
Can such an one give thanks T To 1
Noil Kan must use God's .gifts to
Reverends Edgell and Robbing and
Cather assisted Mr. Cooper in the ser.
Jobs A. Habvit died on Thursday
night of last week, seventeen days af
ter he met with the terrible accident
at the Malta Salt Furnace. H is suffer
ings during all this time, and up to the
moment of dissolution, are described
as being horrible in the most extreme
meaning of the' word. All this because
some man, too indolent to maKe a liv-
ing by an honorable calling, chose to
live and luxuriate upon his neigh'
J our, who was charged, tried
d convicted for the manslaughter of
notorious negro named Sam Lee
sometime last Winter, in Zanesville,
nd who, on error in the charge of the
vuiumuu a ic v "-'"a
m Cunty. obtained an drdef for
new trial from the Supreme Court of
the State, has been set at liberty, bis
tail discharged, by a Kotte Protect be-
1IJg entered by tbe irosecuting Attor-
ney of said County
Notice is directed to lloof-
lacd s column. Eeaditl
V1 '"" sP.eI" 'oong
hmnh thA tfwk- at Ki ll's VI I mnvinre an
one that their" stoi-k of Gents furnishine
The best stock of Tarns in this mar
ket is at Sill's.
TTXi7e hundreds of Cough Remedies
have beeu advertised and sold during
the past 30 years, and have now been
almost forgotten. Dr. Duncan's Lx-
pectorar.t Remedy stands prommei.tly
ahead of them and is selling faster
,T9Eecn in mind tbat the best fne to
purchase School Book, and all kinds of bckobl
Supplies is at Adah's Book Store.
Cloves, all grades, at Sill's.
Holliday Gifts, Toys and usoful arti
cles suitable for gifts in great variety
the Queensware Store.
No mistake about it, the Shoo Fly
Cigar is the best cigar ever introduced
this community as can be seen from
the great quantity manufactured and
sold bv P. Sweeney A Co. Every coun
try merchant otight to give them a
trial, they will find them a saleable
cigar, and pay a good profit.
goods is the largest and most fashionable
ever before offered in this market. Call and
It is an undisputed fact that the heat qua!
of Writing l'aper, of all kinds, is kept at
Adaie 8 Boo btcre. xney received, on yea
terday.an additional new stock of the heav
iest and best quality of these Ooods aver
brougnt to mis place.
cures Colds, Coughs. Spitting of
Blood, Bronchitis, Dimculty id
eathing, Asthma, Paia in tho side
and chest, Whooping Cough, and all
diseases of the liver and lungs, $1
bottle at STONE'S.
t We have added to our stock a big
of Willow baskets, corn baskets, of wil
low, a new idea, at Sill's.
IST Remember the Shoo Fiy Ci
gar has outlived tbe fiy season and
now more numerous than they
ever were. J be lovers oi tbe weed
have time sufficient to judge of their
superior quality. Ail country gro
cers oushl to bave about one or two
let the boys try them, ilanufac
tured only by P. Sweeney & Co.,
next door to the Post Omce.
Rich Vases, Ornaments of Parian A
Lava. and Bohemian Glassware, in grea
variety just received at the Queens-
ware Store of B. L. Jenkins.
Constantly arriving at Asaia's Book Store.
They keep a large and excellent stock of all
Good pertaining to their branch of trade.
Sea. Clark's spool cotton and Building
all colore and a umbers, for machine
wiug, at SiH'e,
" KOKS I aew jjook i i
A lot orsnrenmd, new, ana nigmr enier-
u.niug for y0UE-g Mk, .gust publish-
and Dan. Homely uouna, receiveu, per
"Julia," at Adaib's Book btore on yes
IF you want a choice article of natural
o toT. Sweeney Co a.
v-Th. Athenian and the Bemis Shaks
are the Kobby collars sold only at
tftl- Try a bottle of Duncan Expect
orant for your Vough. Better tpend a
dollar now than ten after awhile.
The finest and largest variety of
Queensware, Glass China, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to AlcComiels.
at the Queensware Store. Call
see for yourselves.
Duncan's Expectorant Item
&T Ottre Cold I Cure Cough I Iti
humbug. 30 yrr trial in Old Morgan
proven tit efficacy. Csale increasing
only at l by .Alone.
Shipping Tag !
New stuck of Shipping faqt desirable
other ariicles, with name of owner or
consignee ju' .received at Anaia'a Book
A Very large and fine assortment of
Queensware just received, call and ex-
min? e quamy ana- prices at ix
$SL. ra'moral yarn, Fancy clouded yarn.
Qermantown yarn, all colors, at Sill's.
A'mi D. Lawrence vs. Patrick Gormly.
virtue of an order to sell and to ire di
from tbe Court of Common-Pleas of
Morgan county, Ohio, in the absve entitled
I will offer for sale public auction.
tbe door of tha Court Houe in McCoo-
eisnne, i saict county,
muuj, wuiaun oi weemoer, a.
twelve o'clock, of said day, tha fol
waive O'Ciock, ai., oi aaiaaay.i.
described real estate situate in the
r r . i ai - ,
of Morgan, and State ef Ohio, to-wit:
number twenty-cine in tha town of
nort. Annraised at 300. Terms
A. D. HAVENER, S. M. C, 0.
John E. Hann, Att'y.
Nov. 18, 1870 Sw.
TAXES FDH 1870.
KOTICE TO TAX-PAYEItS OF MORGAN COITXTY.
In pursuance to the law, I, Samuel B. Yocom, Treasurer af said Morgan
County, do hereby notify the Tax-payers thereof, that tho rates of Taxation
lor the year 1870, are correctly stated in the adjoiuing table, showing the
number of Mills levied on each dollar of taxable property in eacb oi tne town
ships and incorporated towns in said Morgan County :
-? ? .
o - -
3 - -(.3 r -
00 20 05 M i-,- '
5- t?W " - - -
e c o c
o o o c
tS. kt. stae I
c c o i w j c yi ii i w it ti y w" wi iii y
. M M IO IS3 SS fS IC 10 W IO M IC M hi tO IO M Id W
i is tss to t-3 a
Z. '2VX d:rsuioj,
!CK1WCI a t3 t-3 r 13
'sasodjnjr na I
Each person charged with Taxes for the year KsTO on the tax duplicate of
rn--M in..n . . . . 1. : . : . .1. 1' 1 I . - - .
"'6" vuuiii., ui.ij, oi. mo ujiuuu, jiay hip luu amouin ox said taxes, on or
before the 2(Mh of December next, or half thereof on or lefore December 2Jl.li
1870, and the remaining half thereof on or before the 2(th of Jane, 187K '
A penalty of 5 per cent, is imposed by law on ell twees a?seied on Person
al property, if not paid at those dates. Alo a penalty of 20 per cent, on all
Taxes assessed on ileaL.Zstate, if ntjt paid bv the time specified.
SAM I El. it. I OC03il r;is.3I.C.O.
Treasurer s Office, Nov. 4, 1S70 4w.
IIOOt'L, lD'S COLIJI.V.
A mankind, from lniKretlon or other canaea, baa
beea dootnt-d to solfer from disease, so also haa rem,
dr for diaease been provided. Our hills and vaiieya
abouiid with roti and brhs, which if scienrtncal'.y
prepared and eorapoarnd. will rwrtore-health acd
viror to the invalid. To rind uch a Kmeil7 we ohoold
seek one that has stood tne tet of arc.
Sara Cora for Livsr Caxplaht,
Sirs Cora for lyrpejsia,
Sara Cure far Belality,
Sra Cura r Jamiice,
Sura Cira for Uaraunos,
And all affections arising from wraknese or want of
action in ine Liver ot Digestive Organs. The great
And all disease arising from it. The great prevent-
FEVER AND AGUE.
Tt la an Impowihility for any -we to have Fever and
Airao. if u wii! use a tern bolta of tide remodj
eaco spriru; and lall. -
$100 $100 $100
W1D be given for any case oV this rtlwoe that occur
to any one that Mot tha iiitters or Xuiik aa a r
ventire. Thoe wio have tho Feer and A?38 will AM. tlr!
the chill have itippel, Uut bt 0.-1 a few botilrv of
tlie Eiur or Tome, thai iii-mw wi:l nt reinni.
TheM nenKtir." will rcha-W tbeirCoastUutioB faster
than any other knhwn rrawtjy.
The remediea were plamrt in-fore the jmc thirty
yean ago. with alt the prejuuict? of o-c.il!i -nut
inedicliic" operating atrain.t throx. Hit cnrhie.lly their
virtaes herame known, ami now. to-dy. tbey stand at
tbe bead of all ptvparations of their class, with the
indorsement of eminent jndg&s layu, clerygymesl
and physic iaii a.
Read the followlnsarmptntna. ar-l If yoa And that
yonr ivtein 1 AT-n U-d bv anv of thein, yoa may reat
aasnred that dlaease hu enmmenoed its attack on tbe
OHMt important urnduf your body, and uulesa sooa
checked by the ne of powerful remedies a miratable
life, soon terminating In death, will be Ik teaoit.
. ward Piies, Fnlnesa
of hMoi to tbe Head, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Naasea,
Hearthnra, Dhrwt tar Food. Koi
nes or Weight in the Stomach, Ocmr
Srnctations, Sinking or Flutter ne at tbe
Fit of the Stomach. Swimmine of tbe Head,
Harried or Dilflailt Breatliimr. Klntterimr at tha
Beart, Chokimr or Suffocating srnsationa when hi
a Ivina; poeture, inmnea 01 vision, uoia c
Webs before the Sicht, Dnll Pain In the Bead,
Pendency of Pernpiration, Yeilowneae of
the Skin and vea, Pain in iht Side,
Back, Chet. Limbs, etc., Sudtiea
Flashea of Bent, Bum.mf in
. the Flesh, Constant im
. agisinir of Evil, and
AH Indicate disease of the Liver or D!get!v Organ,
comninea witn impure diuou.
Is entirpiT TectAMe. and contains na Honor. It Is ft
compooDd of Flnid Exuacts. The Root, Herba and
Barka from which these extracts are made, arte enth-
eren in UtfrmaDf ; ali tne medicinal virtue are ex
tracted from them bv a scientiiic chemist. These ex
tracts ar! then forwardetl to tht country to be nsed
expreraly for tie mnnnlacttire of thi Bitters. There
no alcoholic nihataDce of any kind need 1m com-
poandine the B; iters; hence it is free from all the ob
jectiona incident to the nse of ft Iiqnor preparation.
a combination of an the ingredients of the Bitters
with the pnrcat quality of Santa Cftns Knm, Oranges,
Ac It la ased fur the ame diwues as tbe Bitter, in
cesea where some pure alcoholic stimulus la required.
Like he following; waa never before offered in behalf
oi any mcuicroat preparation :
HO.V. O. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Jostlce of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
PHladtlpftia. JTareX lf.th. 1OT.
I End "Iloofland's Uennan Bittern " i rood Tonic
useful in diauuea of tha digestive otxaua, and ol
preat hen (It in eaea of debility and want of nervous
action in tne avacem. aonr tntiv,
USp. W. WOODWARD.
nov. Jivfej thoxpsos,
Justice of tne Supreme Conrt of Pennmiranla.
FKUatkhikia. April tM, 1K.
I consider " IIooflAnrt 8 German Bittera" a valuable
medicine in ea of attacks of Indignation or Dyspep-
M (u ((Tmj in ip" iron, my aAMjricuce vfl lu
Yours, with respect,
J A-JIES THOMPSON.
HOV. GEO. SlIARSWOOD,
Juatlceof the Supreme C"nrt of Pennvyrranla.
Piuad flvhia. J"ru 1st. 19fi8l
I have Swnd by experience tuat "lloonand'a Ger-
man Bi I ter " Is 1 very good tonic, relieving dyapeptU
armptoma almost uuvctiy.
nov. tvm. r. Roeizs,
Uayor of the Clry of Bnflitlo. . T.
imr t Buffalo. Jviu 3d. 1?9.
I have used "Hmutand's German Bitters and Tonic"
my family dorim? tne paot year, andean recom
end them Man excellent tonic, impartlna; lone and
viror to the system. Their use haa been prodocure
decidedly beneilcial ed'ecta.
WX F. KOGBBS.
Itoofland'a German Remedies are counterfeited.
tliat the Ii,iutiire of C. M. JACKSO.V is on the
wrapper of eacit bottle. All o titers are counterfeit. .
Principal oOlce Ad mann.'actnry at the German
Medicine Store, No. 3l AKCH bTBET, Philadei
CHAS. M. EVANS, Prop'r.
lormrrlff C. X. JAVKSON CO.
ITooltand's fScrman Bitters, per bottle. ...'... ..Sl.Oe)
Hoooand'a German Bitter, half dozen 5.00
lioodiDd'i German Tonic put up in u.L bottles 1.30
per Dottle, or a nau aozen tor 7 .aw
Do aot Ibrset to examine well the article yoa boy
oracr to get tne genuine.
For Sale by all Druggists, -
And Dealers in Hedicine everywhere.
- JUcCotiiielsviile, oiiio,
PAINTS, OILS, ANJ YAnNiSHES I
CLASS. PITTT, etc.
Pure Wines and Liquors
ron MEDICAL tlE.
Dje TToods and Dye Sniffs scn
erallT. f&T Gteat ear always used- in selecting
J?OMr Dros. We aim to keep nothing
Kfthat.ia inferior. Presertptiona put np
a safe and earefn) manner. We
cr-would be glad to have some ofjvour
GET THE BEST!
y ,M -a
10. F. C. PI
OK, 1 PLAI TYPE, THE
Try one Package and be Coir
For Sale by Drnr$lstf a Conn-
Ci.vasnafr, O., Oct. 8, 1870.
S. Spraruf, McUonoelsville. O: Send
five (rrors of jour Cattle Powders, (Ohio
Fa-rmer'a.) A. B. MKBRIAM k CO.
The Ohio FannetV Conilition Towders
the best medicine for homes I have ever
med, and I have tnHmnnv others Team
ster for McCoooelfville Sa-h F-ctory.
Porter k Prta bny Ohio Fnrner's Con
ditioo Powders.' - .
They cored rev horse when I aod all mv
neighbors tbootit he wnnld die.
"Tonr Powders (Ohio Farmer's) should
more used aihonjr the farmers tbao the.v
are. I ktow Ibem to be good thin? lor
stock." J. A. ADAIK.
Th t a srood thins; for stock DR.
Ask for U.e Ohio Fartnet's CDnditi-)"1
Powders, and lnke no other.
Nov.ll,'70,3mo. ' "