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Dubuque Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1868, Dubuque, Iowa DEMOCRATIC STATE A State Convention the Democracy of U Iowa Is hereby called to meet at Do on Wednesday the day of next nt 11 o'clock A 51 lor the purpose o delegates to the convention nnd'jilso for for Electors for Slate li case It Ijo deemed advisable The of will delegate Tor ov one hundred votes cast for Mason for Governor and for every fractlou of over Kvery county though coating less than voles will been titled lo one delegate order of the Committee J SI COUSTY A convention of the democracy of will nt tho court house on Thursday the Uay or February the electing U represent the county of lu the demo convention lo at on the day ot February tot the purpose of delegates to the na democratic and for nominating candidates for Electors aud for In case It be ad townships will lie cull tied to one donate for every votes cant at the election one for every fraction over half thai Also two from each ship in addition to the above number o to which Ird Is as ltd Whitewater 7 7 Now 10 7 11 7 Mil I Washington r Julieu 7 Table Mound 7 i i Center Iii accordance with past image It IH In HICK and townships ho held elected ou tlie Saturday previous to Uc county M II A II M HAM X A I A HOMELAND X inn 11 Jan n isio A convention of tlie democracy of county Iowa Is hereby called to meet In Thorpe's Hall In Manchester Iowa on day the of February 1 o'clock M for tho purpose of electing delegates to Iho democratic stato convention and lor the transaction of such other shall In- The ratio ol representation will bs one for every Inn cast for Charles Mason for Governor and one for over live KAY OKI Delaware Co Dem Cent Com JONES COUNTY ANAMOSA A Convention ol tho Democracy of Comity Is hereby culled to meet at thti city Hall lu Anamosa on Saturday the day of February next at ten o'clock A M for the of to the State Is to meet at Ues tbe day of February next and to transact such other Business as tho convention may In their wisdom think necessary of representation will be one delegate for overy ton volts cast for Charles Mason for Governor and one for every fraction of ten over N G HALES Chairman of the Dem Committee PROM DES MOINES ctl lou DBS MOINES Jan 23 From the very foil report of proceedings sent each day to its readers will but new in tlie more tardy intelligence brought from the capital by And now that I have mentioned the ness of mail intelligence allow mo to remark that it is not comparative term The mail facilities between the the northern aud norheaBt- prn portions of the stato are abominable Take an example The HERALD of Tuesday morning is in excellent time if it arrives here by Saturday evening and tho occasions of excellent time of this sort are more rare than those of even later arrivals The difficulty curs in the mail route By some sort of old contract the mail from Dubuque is taken to Cedar Rapids over the western road there after due delay shipped by the Northwestern road to Booue and another delay is tint into an old-fashioned stage coach to en- counter Jhe perils of about forty of rough staging The wonder is not that the mails arrive late but that they come at all We could suggest a dy and conclude to do so Let the mail for the capital be sent by the same route one of your citizens would choose ivero he intending to visit DCS Moines either via Tja Salle aud Davenport or to and across stage ten miles Then a journey which a traveler accomplishes iu less than two days need not require five days for the mails The legislature is moving not so smoothly as at first There is a healthy sort of friction and I warm from it before the session closes The friction part of the ardice of the radical majority and ly of tho impudence of the democratic minority who have somehow ed tho idea that they have rights which must be respected nnd a mission of re- legislation which shall be It is very impudent of them truly but the democratic bers in the house especially are ing up a very reign of terror among tho majority The radicals never see a copperhead addressing Mr but at once they are seized with fear and trembling Such shaking of knees and rattling of legislative teeth was never before witnessed at this capital The truth is out aud the of all the radical terror is developed There are two questions which the ical members of the general assembly came hero lo avoid Strangle them if possible without making a fuss about it but strangle them fuss When f say the radical members I do not mean all of them but only those party mana- gers have seen iu Massachusetts the lesson of temperance fanaticism and in Ohio that of negro and have hud brains enough to be to hend these lessons A very largo tho are of the who never learn any tiling and are still naoro unfortunate in having been without nny large amount of original wit To get at Truesdell of Clinton county leads these On Wednesday in the house while under the fifth order of business John I Irish of Johnson county threw the radical side of tho house into confusion That it is the senso of this house the present prohibitory liquor of Iowa should be repealed and a judicious license law enacted in lion of tirun to prevent tho ayes aud nays ou the re- solution by moving to Jay on the table Ou this mot Ion called for a ed voie I telegraphed the HERALD the full and need not repeat K VOL XVI SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 26 1868 Tlie resolution was by vole of OS to 27 Two members Hamilton and Johnson of Cherokee United and two and Fritz were absent on leave asked o be excused from voting Imt compelled to vote casl it in the negative of Clinton Uie clerical was fairly aroused and 10011 the following That it is the of this house that the sale of as a beverage is a crime and as such be licensed but should be us and unqualifiedly prohibited as any other crime and if necessary foi the suppression of intemperance we ought to enact a more stringent law upon the subject aud also to provide for its perfect enforcement by creating a state constabulary for tins express pose Tho house was called and it promised to man squarely on tho record on this temperance question of Muscatine was too old a radical to to be caught in that trap He therefore moved to refer the resolution to the committee on Intemperance a standing chief duty has heretofore been to tear up petitions of citizens and asking for a re peal of the odious prohibitory liquor law and in the last hour of every sion some report on Truesdell who the resolution is u prominent member of this committee and Ordway of Good Templar at Waterloo is its chairman This was a neat tition of matter moved to lay on the table Ayes aud nays beins Milled the vote wm the same as on the preceding call on the nice to the committee the vote stood to as on the motion to table resolution the absentees having been brought iu and voted This affair created no little ment Such radicals as Adams of and Cotton of Leach of Linn do not ute to say that if is allowed Lo run the party as ho has indicated ho will attempt it is hopelessly in the law might be forced through the house but tlie eral opinion is that he dare not try it Tracy the member from Gru ndy of was the clerical member the intemperance committee and it vill be remembered how he weakened will repeat Tracy nutters are looming Senator Inn prepared against discriminating tarills has a resuming the Sioux City land grant and other bills of more or less in different of the Ktate arc being The lobby is filling up with representing interests in he southern and central portions of he State C C Hewitt Dubiique s here working like a beaver fur the old as known iu tho re- gion of the Dubuque and Sioux t is understood that ho came to work against resumption for the of ohn f Blair's Company but now Hiding Ulair likely to get tlie land rant is determined to head oil the change of route to in- tead of Sioux City lie is doing gond aud deserves success The boiler of the Register bursted last night XV damage account beyond delay of ion More than a hundred bills will be on ilo iu the house by the close of the week of the session Gov Merrill will send in a special message to-morrow probably of which ou will bo fully advised by telegraph ANNUAL FESTIVAL OK TIIK ST ANDREW'S SOCIETY Of in honor of the oi Robert Hums it the HOUSE Monday Jan Till ISCi admitting gentleman and Ingle O or sale by the and members of Society Pros A i Vice President I Secretary Treasurer Com of Jan of Iowa J tho 121 h day of November emeut for the unm of and for costs rendered In the district court In and for said lu n cause In- Edward was aud Stephen C ft al weru execution tested the of IwW issued out of tho of the cleric or court In nnd y against Roods aud lauds and of said Stephen C defendant Now notice Is hereby n that on tho day oi February 1868 it 10 o'clock a ni of said day at Iho front of tbo court houso in the city of aforesaid I will sell at public he bidder for cash the following property levied on by mo by virtue of raid writ of execution All tho le C In and to lol number Ovo hundred and ol Dubuque county Iowa To satisfy said writ of execution aud all D C Sheriff's January FOR PUBLICATION Tills is to Klvo notice that on Uay of D warrant In bankruptcy issued tbo estate or Dounis ti of lu tho county ana of Iowa who hus been a bankrupt upon own payment of any debts nnd delivery of any property belonging bankrupt to him or for Ills nnd tho transfer of any property by him bidden by law of tho creditors of Huld provo tuelr debts and to one or assignees of his bo hold at a Court of Bankruptcy to bo holden at room No 1 In tho Custom House In buque lown before Willis of A it 2 o'clock n in Deputy U.S Marshal Iowa Messenger TN BANKRUPTCY Tins Is to day of January In was issued against Iho estate of K Herman of In the county of iner and stato of Iowa who hau been ad judged a bankrupt on his own petition that tho payment of nny aud delivery of any properly belonging to such bankrupt to him or his uso and the transfer of any properly by him arc forbidden by law that meeting ot the creditors of said bankrupt to prove their debts and to ono or more assignees of hit bo hold al a court of to bo holdon nt room No 1 custom on the thirteenth Ultb day of n at 10 o'clock P W CRAWFORD Doputy Jowa THE LATEST NEWS TELEGRAPH SPECIAL DISPATCHES FROM MOINES MOVEMENT FOR THE RE- MOVAL OP HANCODK Aid Asked for the Pacific Road on of Die ury Department INDIAN AFFAIRS NEW RADICAL GRAMME Newspapers Fined in France THK TDK WAR RECONSTRUCTION DEBATES CO SSX O ol Kellor ol tern Dispatch lo the Dubuque Herald Jan HOUSE Wilson of Dubuque Craig lingwell were appointed commit tee on tlie game law A petition was by Rowell of Union to transfer road cuses from the jurisdiction of hoard of sors tn that of the county court of Taylor to enlarge the of county Hatch of for tho tion of and Williams of presented a majority report from tlie committee on railroads favoring the early completion of the I A railroad to cil K lulls Wilson of Taylor ity report from a member of the same the right of ihc legislature to fix rates of tation reported in favor ofu fur the safe keeping of ami belonging to the veyor general's office Thv for of intemperance reported a hill enabling he wife of an inebriate lo take charge if the property Dudley of a in favor of paying the claims of for the murderer of Dudley of the Senate for the School of reported a ding section the revision of Ordway of amending 45 of the revision of and chapter 173 of the acts of the Oil eral assembly on revenue of Webster a to authorize the sale of school lands in Webster and Hamilton counties of Johnson presented a substitute for the senate ing a law department in lie State uni- versity Wright of Allamakee a hill ing the game law of Howard a to vacate the streets in all unincorporated towns in the state Ordway of a ing school law Craig of Van presented a lution that the attorney general give his opinion on the legality of the laws regulating railroad tarills of Washington a lion on negro suffrage J Wilson of Davis a that males re- ei ve no more pay than female teachers a to protect foreign born citizens All the above bills and resolutions were referred Hunter of Hamilton a resolution en- dorsing reinstatement and expressing confidence in his honesty 70 nays 15 of Greene n resolution against congressional land grants to tions and contended that the lands should bo sold lo settlers SEN ATK A to enable an early completion of tho Kock Island Pacific railroad was taken up amended and referred The to refund to ruer and other counties cash for swamp laud script stolen or was discussed Senator amended by allowing six per cent interest from June Amendment lost and passed O Jan 25 Kev Gco SV Brash of the Central Ohio Conference committed suicide by hanging this p m From the evidence before the jury it appears that ho had been contemplating the act eral days eating his dinner as usual ho went to the barn where his wife soon afterwards found him and cut him down He had tied a rope into the manger then over the beam and made a noose of his handkerchief ami then jumped off tho manger Ho was posed to sr HA.VANA Cuba Jan 24 The from St Thomas the has arrived Tho transferor the island has not yet been completed Advices from Barbadoes lo tho report that tho now sugar crop would commence to pome in in February WASHINGTON for of CHICAGO Jan 25 Washington special Thomas W Conway assistant commissioner of the men's bureau iu Louisiana but more recently in tho service of the can union congressional committee ar- rived hero this evening direct from Xew Orleans He is the bearer of a petition signed by seventy members of Iho constitutional convention praying congress to take speedy measures for the removal of Gen Hancock and resenting that if ho IK allowed to re- main iu the state willful I into the hands of the rebels despite the efforts of the unionists This petition will ho presented early next by Senator the senate and Ofen Butler in Iho house Mr Conway will remain some time and urge upon congress speedy action upon the petition He says that had Gon Sheridan remained in Louisiana that stato would have nearly been re- this time Hancock he says has entered into a league with the rebels to defeat reconstruction rather than allow Louisiana to come in a ical state The constitutional tion will be ready to adjourn in a lew days Mr Conway says the work of the convention will be defeated should con- gress fail to put a check ou the rebels by the removal of Hancock Mutters CHICAGO Jan Washington specials say to-day has been comparatively quiet Tho house was in session to allow tho members to deliver speeches written entirely for homo circulation The senate held no session to-day while the house was thronged with mostly western politicians rous to see tho president There is good authority for saying there will be no reduction of taxation Senators Wilson aud ex- to debate the reconstruction on Monday The feeling among tlie radical seniors is to continue debate on tho until a vote cau be taken out referring it to the judiciary com- Leading democratic politicians have been in counsel to-day ou tho lime and place of holding their tion Cincinnati seems to be the ite place stock is in ant The president applied to Geu Grant for information called for by congress which legitimately belongs to the war department and ought to have been submitted to the war Gen Grant furnished thc information as it related to the military departments in the southern states The president persistently refuses id allow anything to bo issued through war department FROM KKW YUICK Illicit Trials NEW YOUK Tan iij The easu of Fisk and others vs Hock Island Railroad was after some discussion to-day in the Supremo to-day adjourned until next week John Kellly alias Thompson was ar- rested in Chicago as the supposed derer of O'Brien was before court to-day and proved not to be the man and was discharged though he was subsequently arrested for robbery in Venango county Pa V 10 Baker defaulting teller of Tradesman Bank was held for Kilos proprietor of a gift en- concern was arrested to-day A daring attempt at highway robbery occured in the outskirts of Brooklyn last night tho intended victim being Dominic Flanders who was shot hi the head aud badly wounded Xo booty was obtained The deaths announced to-day are Lorenzo Draper formerly Consul at Paris and Kev N ii Lord missionary of the American Board and had just returned from WASHINGTON thn Treasury Indian Democratic Convention WASHINGTON Jan Barou Geroldt tho Prussian minister yesterday delivered to tho President his credentials as envoy extraordinary Ac from the King of Prussia lu his as president of the IJ S of North Germany The recently introduced by or for tho reorganization of he treasury department while sing the salaries of some valuable clerks and other officers will if adopted save to the government about annually Col James North Superintendent of affairs has arrived from the In- liau Territory south of Kansas He re- ports everything very among the while the Seminoles and ribes arc making very rapid advances u civilization A delegation from eral Indian tribes are expected here shortly for conference with the among tho tribes which he represented the Kiowas Osages and lilies The effort to change the time for tbu meeting of the National Democratic Convention to an earlier date than pre- viously has been Tho 22nd of February therefore stands as tho day NEW Jan 25 Cuas A Dana announces this ng that the Sun newspaper has become he property of an association sented by him Tho paper will bo issued from old Tammany Hall Dana announces that while he will not change principles or policy of tho Bun ho will support Gon Grant for dent and advocate economy in tho ex- aud reduction iu taxes and speedy restoration of the South NEW YORK Jan An inquest was held yesterday at tho house of Madame on west IVth street a lying-in asylum and foundling hospital over the remains of a male in- fant After hearing the testimony jury rendered a verdict that death en- sued from gastric Irritation produced by improper food Tho jury also recom- mended that steps bo taken to break up such establishments as tending to in- crease infantile mortality and crime AM for Southern Pacific ST Louis Tan Tho Merchants Union Exchange of this city yesterday adopted resolutions earnestly requesting tho Missouri to pass the resolutions which been before them some days ing Congress to grant additional sub- to tho Union Pacific II by tho eastern division Also an appeal to Congress sotting forth the advantages of said development to tho agricultural aud mineral resources of the extreme Western and territories YorK Convention ALBANY Jan 20 The Convention to-day voted lo each member out of tho recet the ved for incidental expenses I CONGRESSIONAL WASHINGTON Jan The house went into com- of the whole on the state of the union Payne in for general debate Mr discussed the state of the from a Christian point of view Mr Price referring to ait allusion by the parable of the gal son said the parable rau down to thu prodigal son to tho field to swine but he said it ceased at that point Mr spoke on the question of finance He thought it would he well to postpone discussion of tho question as to the money In which tho principal of the national debt should bo give their energies to n wise and earnest effort to make the currency equal lu value to gold before a specie payment could bo resumed Mr Wilson ot Ohio spoke ou tho question of the national debt He de- clared himself in favor of paying the principal ot tho bonds in lawful money except specified to bo paid iu gold He proposed to issue a hundred dollars in U S notes to sail at the market price all the surplus gold in the treasury aud add to this fund from time to time nny surplus that could be spared from the treasury until it would amount to a hundred million dollars the two hundred millions of dollars thus provided should bo applied to tlie ro- of an equal amount at tho option of the government He showed that such a sinking fund would amount at the end of five years to at the end of ten years 000 000 at the end of years to Committee house adjourned OCEAN by In America Jan Tho minister of war has ordered thousand can breech loading rifles COPENHAGEN Jan At the of the discussion in the dag yesterday on the transfer of the Danish West India islands to the Uni- ted States the president said he could not leave the subject without a tribute to the loyalty and consideration shown by the American government qualities so worthy of a mighty J A TEST In A LONDON Jan 25 Tho excitement occasioned by Fenian movements still continues The authorities are ingly wakeful aud arrests are made daily Dougherty was cap- lured last evening while In the act of pasting a handbill ou a house Information having reached the that Thomas Simon sheriff of the Island of Alderney was identified with the Fenians he was yesterday promptly apprehended and sent to son to await trial Considerable fooling is manifested by the recent resolutions of thoU S of representatives declaring ths pathy of tho nation with the Fenians The journals of London have editorials on ho subject severely criticising the unfriendly feeling towards England The bouse was burned this ing The bell was among the oldest in the country in don In PARIS Jan Imperial has an note ad- dressed to the Prefects of the several de- of announcing tlie new law and arguing that in- stead of being war it is u pledge of continued peace Ton of the public newspapers of this city have lined each for printing illegal reports of the Corns Jan Information has -en received the government that mother insurrection has been planned In Severe measures have been taken to thwart the movement Tan 25 The Archduke Albrecht has been as inspector of tho army LONDON Jau 25 A rumor is rent in different parts of the continent aud has boon extensively printed that government lias secured the use of the United States navy in case of war St mi Statement WASHINTON Jau 25 A very large number of visitors ed at the war department to-day and lad an interview with Many of them were senators tives Currency issued for the week 000 amount shipped il notes issued amount in circulation fractional redeemed and destroyed for the The third national bunk at Nashville las been designated a depository of ic money aud financial agent of the United States skating Jan 25 The third match for skating pionship of tho United States took it the West Side rink last evening The arc K T and Frank Swift tlie former a resident of city and the latter of New York f he challenge was given by Swift for and tho championship best in live The first trial was at Albany ivon by Swift 2d at Brooklyn won by Goodrich and third nt won by Swift The fourth trial will conic off next week at Pittsburg FROM XEW nml Banjo by Fire NEW Jan Iu the convention to-day the bers engaged in the discussion of article No SS of the con- No definite The bonded warehouses of J A tason were destroyed by tire last night Loss about Alaska NEW YORK Jan 25 Tribune's special says the tion for the purchase of Alaska is still held by the committee on foreign relations at the instance of Seward aud tho part of the or congress take action on it Cable dispatches on the subject cost ten thousand dollars Kusala thinks the United States ought to pay NEW fan 25 Times Atlanta special says Mr burn announced to-day tion tbo intention of himself and party to ask congress to give validity tn whatever the convention may pass without submitting it lo the people This has caused groat excitement and will meet with determined opposition A NOTICE of on tho o Hiram Jackson deceased Issued to tho by tho County Court of Co lown All Indebted to said estute nro requested to malm immediate payment lo mo nnd thoso having claims tate ara to nlo tho same for allowance eighteen mouths as required Sy law January ii K JACKSON Administratrix IW The Iowa Manufacturing WAREHOUSE are now manufacturing NEWS PRINT PAPER of aUo a rior article of COMMON BOOK nnd deal lu all Suitable for Dry Goodi Dealers Ac Ac Queen City Printing Ink of ull constantly on hand direct from the In Cincinnati All orders should bo to BRIGOS CO No 4 Main HI Iau EDI FROM THK NKW YORK HOPE'S NEW HAS IN IT THK OF TIIK DOCTORS AND ITS TOR IN CITY IIAS VOLUMES OF FROM THE AND 01 THE AS TO ITS AND ALSO A FOE AMD PEOPLE AT- WITH COLDS HOARSENESS AND THK DEPOT WAY CO Jun BOOKS FOR 111 MAIN STREET Arc now prepared to supply ull who may come with OF DISSOLUTION Tbo heretofore existing bo- He in tbe meat market aud pork business In this day eil by mutual cormont All doe or 4 Bro will bo paid Schlath nnd all of the will be paid by Mm Ho Is to settle the noss of tue KRED our for tbo Rea Heretofore received I solicit a continuance of tho same as I shall continue it the old staml on avenue nud trv to servo nil to the best of mv ability Jan RIVER PAPER Y ol aud Fine 1C uop constantly hand n of at Main and 5th St Iowa for Hags Solicited MEYER ANGER Piano Tuner ami Repairer nt Ilia resilience opposite at nook Store AUK 76 and 78 Main Street Iowa Dealers in Wood Stock for Wagon Makers of all styles varieties and prices Our stock U very full and complete and none need bo troubled to know what to buy We cannot enumerate all but mention a Tew leading articles such au ELEGANTLY BOUND in Single Volume Bibles Prayer Books Poets in Great Variety Perfumed Handkerchief and Xew Styles Very Neat Stereoscopes and Always Good Backgammon Boards And a Great Variety of Games Writing port gold pens brackets toilet stands and music boxes pianos books toy and other things too numerous to mention Como early before tho null and mentis GROSVENOR 111 Main CROCKERY WEMOTT HOWARD CO IN C It O O El H Y CHINA AND TABLE CUTLERY Wood Willow Ware and Japan Ware and Fancy SILVER-PLATED WARE the of the best and com- mon kept on hand al lowest Cor S R W I II SADLER Sc JOHNSON lu CROCKERY Plated Silver Wood Original of our own Importing con of tno best nud always on hand ftt NKW MAIN ST A and 78 Main Street Iowa Wholesale Dealers in Tin Stock COAL AND WOOD J W PARKER Successor to If HAVING Established myself in the Coal and Wood in prepared to public with nil nf coM or wood at Iho lowest market Particular attention Is directed to my stock of and Hofi coal which IB Hold at or retail Orders Coal and wood de- livered promptly lu any part of city Yard corner of Iowa and 2d street A Secret or liow 10 catch and wild the whl kers lu Hlx weeks for and other Kent iiy mull on receipt of 35 emits n Mich IN WATCHES SILVER WARE Seals Stencil AND B NORA VINO and Repaired All silver Sold Engraved -Free 128 Main St U P MINSHALL 10 W W WORMOOD F R PETER KIENE T T IE El 1ST OK THK CONDITION OK THE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO On the Thirty-first day of December 1807 the Auditor of the State of Iowa iii Conformity with tlic of name oi this Company Is KIKK anil is The or kil IH nl ASSETS f I IVO OUI 00 ft 00 In num und Cash 111 In hands of In of 141 232 ft: Hills receivable for tvi Keal Estate Interest accrued January 1st 4 anil per I Ki I I A B I 11 T t H S to nol and either or I and f 107 In the unpaid f J HI Ml k MEDICAL H O O IV German MY DR C M JACKSON Remedies for all Liver Stomach OH DIGESTIVE German Bitters Arc composed of ibe pure juices an they ire medically termed roots a preparation highly con- freo from of nny fclnd Gorman fs n combination Iho hiitredlentji of the with Hum one of tho most pleasant nnd remedies to the public preferring ft medicine free from will use Bittern In of nervous when stimulus la German Tonic be The Bittern or tho Tonic are good and the Tlie stomach from R s i to have Its of which 15 tbe or of tbe O piles of blood to tho bend acidity tho fowl of weight In the t n m u c h sour at pit of the ot hmd hurried or ing fluttering HI when In n posture of vision or dull pain In tho head A Ion of heat burning In thV of evil ami O These will H oh route or debility chronic oi he nnd nil diseases u livor in tost In OH Debility resulting from of the bv etc There In no medicine 10 A tone nnd vigor 10 HIP wholo Uie n pet lie I food is f HIP IH Kound nud the ow tinge from a bloom to Hie nnd the weak nnd Invalid healthy ET In life mid land of time heavily them nil IIH will nnd In tho uvr of bittern or Urn sn that vill life Into their In A the and youthful build up their nud give health nnd 10 In a del IliaL wi n 4 inr QI nil To the or aro recommended and delicate children by the USA of either of They of without ill have n Iho of the proprietor but will tho of but n few twill men of note and ni ueh standing lunt they munt believed Testimonials lion Goo W chief justice of the conrt of I find in a good tonic useful In tereal In of debility nud In truly GEO Up onn of April 38 I consider medicine In cast of of Inn or I can irom mv experience of it Yours with JAMES THOMPSON From 1C D D pastor of Dr Dear Sir I been frequent y requested to connect my with recom- different kinds of nit regard Ing the practice out of my coses Oct a cloar proof in And tu my own my ay full conviction that for of he and for Liver Complaint and valuable preparation In some It may full but nan ally I doubt not it will be very to who Yours From Ji D Kendall Christian Chronicle I have derived benefit from tUe UMO of Bittern nnd it my to recommend thorn av a moit valuable tonic to all who are from debility or from from ment of tho liver truly E counter- felted tbe of ion lion tbe wrapper of bottle are counterfeit Principal and at tbo Ow- man Medicine Store Ko 631 Arch street Formerly C it Bitten 00 do r do half 00 I M ior_ 7 Do not to vou In lo cet lie genalne Xor by mil and Dealers
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