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FRIDAY, ..... April ,
THIS PAPEE .
t)ne cop7,ne rear, nhen .
not paid In advance, .
tone ceprv but Tear, castl
ta advance, $1.5
TO CLUB8. .
To a Clnb or ten, one dol
lar and thirty-five cents
To a Ctofi or fifteen, one
' dollar and tvtenty-five
cents eacii, $18.75
k- ALL i)ELINQUEJTT8 will be
harped up, in all cases, at the rata of
Two Dollars a year.
. There will be a public meeting silt
Lodpe Room of (he Order of Good Tsinplars
of llcUonnelsvilie, on this, rnday eve
ning. April 7th. Everybodv it invis
ted. Good speakers will be in attendance.
lVftlri? I I would hereby in
A IVJLJ form my many patrons
that those wishing work done this
Spring should call without delay, as 1
nuroose startina? East bv the 20th in
stant to be gone three months. Those
haVihg unsettled accounts will do me
a favor by calling- at once to adjust
them. DR. W. IS. H AttBLTO.N.
April 8th, 1ST 1.
The Board of Diiectors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society are
hereby noticed to meet at the Mayor's
Office; in McCotinelsTille, on
JIOXDAT, 1PBIL IT, ISTi,
at ten o'clock, A. !., for the transac
tion Of important business pertaining
to the interests of said Society. . 1 lie
following persons, (with the addition
of a Secretary and Treasurer yet to be
elected), compose the .board for 1871:
President James A. McConneL
Vice President Edwin Sherwood.
Managers James C. Loughridge,
Jacob Murumev, John E. Thomas-, J.
J. IJuffmah, bl'iver M. Lovell, J. A. P.
Leland, Eli S. Fawcett, and Samuel H.
A full and prompt attendance is ear
By Order of the President.
JOHNS. ADAIR, Sec'jr.
Maroh 31, 18"l-3w.
Cbikgk is Namc Our paper appears
with a new name this week. We have
never iiked the name of "Conserva
tive," and thought the present time an
opportune one to change it.
Nit front at D.
&, C. W. Mummey s
C. L. Hall, of Malta, has gone East
to purchase New Goods.
S. R. Yakmetre, of the firm of Fa'irier
& Van metre, of Malta, is now in New
York city purchasing a new Stock of
Ths Mite Society, of the Methodist
E. Church, will be held at Morris' Hall
on Tuesday Evening, April 11th.
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Court of Common Pleas is still in
session. Stephen Miller received his
aentenceon last Saturday five years
in the Penitentiary at hard labor.
E. P. Bkovn, colored, says if the
Beer Ordinance is not repealed he'll
not vole the Democratic ticket an
Martis R. Andrews, and lady,
formerly of this place, but now of
Steubenville. are visiting their
Stephen LI. Hill has returned
from bis Western trip. He was
through portions of Missouri, Kan
sas and Iowa.
A nsw Baptist Church is to be
built here this season. The contract
has been let to Isaac Fonts, George
B. Fonts and Jerome Powell. It is
to cost about $7,000.
We are under obligations to J. C,
Stone for Peoria, (111.,) papers. Al-
B3 to Fin. R. Banna lor Missouri
Hon. W. P. Spraquk favors ts
with numerous speeches, in pam
phlet form, delivered by some of
the "big guns" in Congress.
Tbe MoConnelsvillo Oil Compa
ny, witha capital of 810,000, has
filed its certificate of incorporation
in tbe Secretary of State's office, at
Will the Democratic party give
David C. Pinkerton an office if he
agrees to vote with and work
for it T That is ths question I
When you bear a Republican as
serting that tbe Prohibitionists are
breaking up the Republican party,
jast ask him what the sixty Repub
licans are doing that voted tbe De
mocratic ticket on last Monday I
Love of open Beer Shops is
working greater destruction to the
Republican party in this vicinity
than. cught else. Jast ttrink of tip
ward of sixty "loyal," "high, moral
idead" Republicans voting the De
mocratic ticket I
Misses 8. & E. IJolbrook start East
next Tuesday to purchase a new Stock
Millinery Goods. They have alrea
dy received a full line of Fancy goods,
many desirable patterns of Ladies'
Dress Goods, and some beautiful Tans
and Parasols, and many other goods
that you should see before purchasing
The Prohibitionists are id gqptl
cuecr throughout Morgan- Wher
ever there has been a txket put be
fore the people, it has been sffjr
ported beyond all expectations", if
except 'Bristol Township, and
,.- r j , - ,:. i
w..u.u..v-,uU6, U4 l"1-"'u"'1aaadiuitinstocr,
was secured. J
On Tuesday morning last, oor
business men fjund their boxes
piled high in the streets, their
sins changed, Ac. All the result
of somebody's jollification over six
ty Republicans voiihg Demo
cratic ticket. .. . . ..
Job II. JJux&t sells bi& house
hold gddds to-morrow i public
auctftb. Salo to commence at 10
O'clock, A. M., and to lake place at
his residence oh Market street
Sportsmen, also, will have an op
portunity to invest in two Lamina
ted Steel Double Gins, atid the ac
coutrements. ALL over the County the eviden.
ces of a breaking up of the old po
litical parties were never so appar
ent as at present. Every man we
talk to tells ns that there was more
"scratching" done in his locality
this fcprmg than ever before.
THKBeeritcS have made a mis-.01
take in electing W. H. Blunden a.
of the McConnelsvillb Town"
Council. He says he will not vote
inr me repeat oi me .Beer uruin
ance. isuliy lor Uiunaen l wona
der bow Piakerton and his sixty
followers will like that I
Thi Muskicghm County Infirm
ary Directors one year ago invited
the clergymen of Zanesvme to om
ciate alternately every Sunday a
the Infirmary, and they are wait
me vet for their first sermon !
A clergyman of McConnelsville
has published twd communications
in this paper, in each of which he
signified that the Clergy of McCon-
oelsville wero ready and willing to
hold regular services at the Morgan
County Infirmarv on invitation of
the Board of Infirmary Directors,
but so far said Directors have fail
ed to extend any invitation.
The Spring elections in Morgan
township have learned our peop'e a
lei-son lb At they will nut forget
soon, it bas demonstrated me iaci
that the wire-workers of the Re
publican party care more for their
beor and whisky than they do for
their party, that they tuld rather
see the Democracy triumph than be
robbed of their accustomed stimu
lants. Fearful of the strength of
the Prohibitionists, some sixty Re
publicans, tthder the leadership of
that prince of wire-workers, David
C. Pinkerton, went over to tbe aid
tbe Deniocrary, and gave them a
Victory that will be heralded thro'
out the land. Pinkerton declares
he did not voto tbe Democratic tick
et, but be was understood by all
sympathising with and workifeg
Below will be found the decision
the Supreme Court cf Ohio ob
our Beer Ordinance :
Ko. 355. Christian Barckboltervs.
The Incorporated Village of McCon
nelaville. Error to the Court of
Common Pleas of Morg&n county.
Scott, C. J.:
The incorporated village ol Mc
Connelville, in September, 1S69,
passed an ordinance declaring it to
unlawful for any person to keep
within said village a bouse, shop,
room, booth, arbor, cellar a place
where ale, porter or beer is habitti.
ally sold, or furnished to be drank,
upon or about the bouse, shop,
room, booth, arbor, cellar or place
where so sold or furnished. Held : !
That the municipal corporations
this State were, at the date of
this ordinance and prior thereto,
expressly empowered to pass such
prohibitory ordinance ; and such
ordinance is not therefore invalid,
being in conflict with tbe stat
utes of the State, or unauthorised.
2. It is no ground of objection to
validity of such municipal ordi
nances, when cloarly authorized,
that State legislation has not ex
tended a similar prohibition over
parts of tbe biate. It i lor tbe
making power of the State to
determine, within tbe limitations of
constitution, to what extent ci
or village councils shall be in
vested with the powor of local leg
islation. 3. These principles do not com
with tae decissfohs in the City
Canton vs. Xist. 9 O. S. R., 439,
Thompson vs. The City of Mt
Vernon, 11 id. 6SS. judgment af
J?tv Liquor Cases.
styles, and prices,
Tbe following suits for damages
bave been commenced at this term
Court : Henrietta Buckingham
J. F. Wehri, for $5,000 ; Emma
Buckingham vs. J. F. Wehrs, S5,
the same parties against Ern-
. tV j r . - inn i . ,
fiueper, lur 3,uuu eacn ; mas:
ing $20,000 in all The above suits
in tbe murder case, and efforU
wrHbemade to prove that the II
floor sold was a partner in the
crime. Also cases have been com
menced by Fanny Eaton vs. Wm.
Warden ; same ts. Phillip Hinkle ;
same vs. feter trrubb ; same vs.
Bridget Scherrr the latter being
owner of tbe property. Tbe
cases promise to make next term
lively. Marietta Register".
Tbs Buperintendant's Report of 116-
Connelsvillo Graded Schools, for the
ending March 31st, 1871, is as
Number of Pupils Eo rolled,
Average Tfeelfy nrofrseht,
Average per cent, of At tendance, M 1-2
Number of days of School, 65'
n. u. Mclaughlin, suPu
WuWe bate the large! and finest stork
WILL PAPER ever brought to this
and invite everybody to rail and ex-
oar uooa, connaeni id we ran
THE SPRING ELECTIONS.
ari1 ureu,''""n - """"
Democrat, received 156 voles ; Ro
member bert A. Pinkerton, Democrat, 158;
J jame9 Luttoij Domocrat, Hit) ; C.
Sere, in Morgan Townshf p, ths
elections passed off quietly, the De
mocrats carrying everything their
own way, as the following will
' On the Corporation Ticket, for
Councilmen, W. H. Blunden, Dem
ocrat, received 157 votes ; James El
wood, Democrat, 155 ; Goor&e A.
Powell, Democrat, 155 ; M. McDan
iel, Prohibitionist, 82 ; Hiram Mc
Gratb, Prohibitionist, 72 ; Edgar
Sharp, Prohibitionist, 71 ; Worlcy
Adams, Republican, 81 ; Hugh If.
Cochran, Republican, 80 ; H, M.
Patterson, Republican, 71. ' For
Clerk,. J. W. Kincaid, Democrat, re
ceived 145 votes; Lewis Ilarter, Re
publican, 1 ; Addison A. Adair,
Prohibitionist, 70. For Trustees,
n - i i- 1 T-l "C TT--
F. Shepard, Republican, 83 ; Chas.
B. Sweelland, Republican, 80 ; Jas.
McMurry, Republican, 81 ; Thomas
D. Cbeadle, Prohibitionist, 73 ; J.
Kirby, Prohibitionist, 76 ; E. Stead
man, Prohibitionist, 98.
On the .Township Ticket, for
Trustoes, Ford Sill, Democrat, re
ceived 184 votes ; William Whipple,
Democrat, 174 ; Frank A. Davis,
Democrat, 162 ; David Holbrook,
Republican, 142 ; James C. Lough
ridge, Republican, 124 ; Joshua
Hall, Republican, 123 ; Andrew J.
Lawrence, Prohibitionist, 82 : Job
Boone, Prohibitionist, 84 ; Jepth
Doudna, Prohibitionist, 91. For
Clerk, James W. Klttclid, Demo
crat. received 160 votes : Frank M.
Kahler, Republican, 130 ; Addison
A. Adair, Prohibitionist, 83. For
Assessor, Robert A. Pinkerton, Do
mocrat, received 205 votes ; Robort
H. Brent, Republican, 95 ; Samuel
Smith, Prohibitionist, 85. For Trea
surer. Henson Spence, Democrat
received 174 voles , Cleason B. Box
man, Republican, 133 ; Thos. Ham
tnbhd, Prohibitionist, 83. Consta
bles, Cornelius Head, both Demo
crat and Republican, received 274
votes ; Richard H. Cbeadle, Demo
crat, 171 ; Abner Pyle, Republican
139 ; Richard D. Johnson, Republt
ran, l : jnnn Hielt, 1'robibitionist,
5 ; John C. Head, Prohibitionist,
In Malta Township, John Tirhins
Republican, received 127 votes for
Justice bf tbe Peace, and Isaac
StubbS, Prohibitionist, 91 votes.
For Trustees, Peter Miller, Repub
lican, received 126 votes, Hicl Duns
thoor, Republican; 127, Lev; Mas
sey, republican, 121, Wm;Shcr
wood, Democrat, 64. John B. Fra
shcr, Democrat, 67, James Manly
Democrat, 55, Tbomas Williams,
Prohibitionist, 48, A. W. Walker,
Prohibitionist, 46, William "Smith
I'rolu unionist, 48. l or Assessor,
Lloyd McBee, Republican, received
129 voles, Joseph Deweese, Proh
bitionist, 104. For Treasurer, G. Z
Dickerson, Republican, received 133
votes, John G. Walker, Prohibition
ist, 97. For Cleik. J. R. Foulke
Republican, receivod 123 votes, W
A. Brown. Prohibitionist, 94. For
Constables, Zedekiah Wiseman, Re
publiean, received 112 votes, Man-
assa Davidson, Republican, 121, J.
Richardson, Democrat, 64, E. Car
man, Prohibitionist, 47, C. Uol-
comb, Prohibitionist, 34. For Sap
ervisors, H. A. Rusk received one
vote, Westley Mercer 7, Mansssa
Davidson 19, Henry Jones 17, J. V
Sears 8, W. C. Wells 6, Joseph Fin-
ley 2, Elwood Burgess 7. In the
incorporated village of Malta, for
Coufccilmen, Arthur Pond, Repub
lican, received 70 votes, Anirew J,
Havener, Republican, 69 votes,
Isaae Slubbs, Prohibitionist, 80,
William Cuppy, Prohibitionist, 17,
Joshua Jones, Prohibitionist, 15, J
Timms, Prohibitionist, 76.
In Deerficld Township, E. Bald.
ridge, Democrat, was elected Just
ice of the Peace, Albert Brecre, 1-
saae Nelson and George HcGaftghy,
all Democrats, were elected Trus
tees, George Appleman, Democrat,
was elected Assessor, Joseph And
erson,- Republican, was elected
Treasurer, Charles Mastersoc, De
mocrat, was elected Clerk, James
Nixson, Republican, and John
Whitaker, Democrat, were elected
in Bristol, the Democrats carried.
J. A. Cunningham, Joseph McDon
ald and Sumuel Gilliland were elec
ted Trustees, Thomas V. Chambers
for Clerk, John Culver Treasifror,
John W. Sears Assessor, A. J. Law
rence Constable. Tbomas W. Wee-
den, Prohibitionist, waJ elceted
adge of election.
In Manchester Township, Dermis
Allen, Democrat, John Bell, Demo
crat, tf. S. VYadswofXh, Democrat,
were elocled Trustees, Hayden
Martin,- Democrat, was elected As
sessor, John B. Macklora, Demo
crat, was elected Clerk, Washing
ton Ford, Democrat, was elected
Treasurer, Charles Walters, Demo
crat, and George Ash ton, Republi
can, were elected Constables. Ro
bert Bell, Republican, was elected
u!ge of the elections. The Demo
cratic majority was about 53.
J. D. Maris, of Clbester&etJ, re
ports as follows from Marion : The
Republicans elected almost their en
tire ticket, consisting Of John Edg
erton, Humphrey Smith, and John
S. Dunn, for Trustees ; Isaac Hues
lis for Treasurer ; C. A. Williams
for Assessor ; J. 3. Van Law for
Clork ; and persons for' Cbristables
and Supervisors whom he could
not remember ; ail by reduced ma
jorities. The Prohibition ticket re
ceived a vote ranging from 43 to
73, an J consisted as follows : Jon
athan Thomas, Steward Hopkins,
and Augustus Strode for Trustees ;
Joseph Fawcelt lor Assessor ; A;
W. Bye for Treasurer" ; Charles
Patterson for Clerk ; George W.
Huffman for Constable; and Jesse
Hiett lor Supervisor. Jonathan
Thomas was elected Judge of the.
.1... J 1 TTT m-
elections, una ucorge . uunman,
he believed, was elected Constable
In Homer, Martin Moody, Heze-
kiah Li-pcr' and John McLam were
elected Trustees, Bli Thompson As
sessor, William Leper Clerk, and
William F. Hedges Treasurer ; all
of whom are Republicans except
John McLain and Eli Thompson,
who are Democrats.
The Republicans carried Union
Township by a light majority. The
following ticket was elected, all of
whom are Republicans except An
drew Scott, who is a Democrat :
John W. Sands, Justice of Peace, L.
Updike, W. H. Parsons and Daniel
Williams Trustees, (i. W. Kirby
Assessor, Royal Wade Treasurer, J.
W. Murphy Clerk. A. G. Sands and
Andrew Scott Constables.
J. H. Cbappelear, Democrat; was
elocted Judge of the elections.
In Meigsville Township, the De
mocratic ticket was successful, Wm.
Boxtnan, John Sammons and Jos
eph iWmiter being elected Trus
tee M. M. Fulton Clerk, John
Neoldy" Treasurer, Frank Carrol
Assessor, John W. Rutledge Cons
table. However, J. Chalfant, Pro
hibitionist, wae elocted Supervisor
in .District No. 8. The Prohibition
ticket run well in Meigsville, re
ceiving a vote as follows: For
Trustees, J. Tavenner received 82
Votes, il. P. Dearborn 80, R. Scott
81. For Clerk, J. A. Neeley re
ceived 21 votes. For Treasurer."
William Thompson IS. For Asses
sor, William S. Bozman 80, For
Constables, S. M. Sponcer 77, and,
as staled above, J. Chalfant was
elected Supervisor in the 8th District.
In Windsor Township, William
Davis, Democrat, was elected JoeU
ice of the Peace, I. N. Hook, Demo
crat, William Moore, Democrat, and
D. A. ncnery, Republican, were e-
lected Trustees, II. W. Oulcalt, Re
publican, Assessor, James Gorraly,
Democrat, Treasurer, and A. J.
Pitrolte, Democrat, Clerk.
CENTER, BLOOM, PENN, ANE YORK
We have no lull reports from Cen
tcr, Bloom, Fenn and York Town
ships. However, we beard that W
N. Durbin, Democrat, was elected
Justice of tbe Pants' in Bloom, and
that the entire Democratic ticket
carried there. Center and York
bave, in all probability, gone Dem
ocratic, and Penn Republican I
.Republicans, who bave been
preaching "moral ideas," "loyalty"
and thtf "degeneracy of Democra
cy," walked up to the polls and vo
ted the Democratic ticket on last
Monday, all because they were
fearful the Prohibitionists would
triumph, and that, as a consequence,
the iSeer bhops would not be open
ed up this bummer.
For the Independent.
Ma. Editor : The Farmers' Club'
of Westland, Morgan County, Ohio,
met at 1 o clock, Saturday, March
mb, at the School House, (West
ndt. So. 8 and 14. Penn and Mar
ion 'Townships. President Hallow.
ell in the Chair.
Tfce Question of the value of for
eign fertilisers was discussed, and
tbe best mode ct obtaining a pure
article. Alscf tho rotative value of
different kinds of cats.
Tbe Club adjourned to meet on
Saturday, April 8th, at 1 oclock.
Subject for diBcnfwon : Home lor-
tilirers, and tbe proper mode and
time to apply tbcru.
1 be Secretary was instructed to
report a synopsis of doings to the
papers of Morgan county, respect
J. H. KINSEY, Cor. Sec.
March 31st, 1871.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday Evening, April 3.
Biir Cattle The receipts were
not large, and with a continued fa!f
demand from butcher, feeders and
shippers about all offered were
sold, the market closing steady,
with few in the pens this everiibe
unsold.- .Trices are unchanged, and
we coh tin uo id ruote common (3 75
3 25 fair $4 505 00 ; go.d 95 25
(5,5 SO prime butcher's stuff 85 75
6; Bbipping Cattle $6 25(5,G 50 per
Sheep The arrivals were more
beral and the market was not
quite 63 firm, though prices are
ithout important change. We
quote them 11 506 per cent gross
for common to prime.
Hogs The demand was hardlv
equal to the receipts, and the mar
ket is dull and lower, closing with
few unsold. We quote Imbt and
medium averages f 6(36 50 pet cent.
STOP AXD READ THIS ! ! I
Ton can bay the Best and Dry-est
Clsrars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office !
Married On the 1st day of April,
1871, by Elder Enoch Dye, Mr. Chas.
Whiting and Miss Eveline Crisman,
both of Morgan county, Ohio.
DinD At his residence in New Cas
tle, Meigsville Township, this cbUfaty,
on Sunday evening last, Mr, Thomas
Hill, in the 79th year of his age.
The deceased had been a citizen of
Morgan county for upwards of forty
five years, and had been a resident of
the village of New Castle for twenty
years. For many years he had been a
member of the Methodist Church, lie
leaves a widow, an old lady aged 84
years. an'J two married children, lie
was buried at the Ebenerer Church
yard on Monday last.
B9o to Adair's Book Store to pur
chase WALL PAPER. They ;an fit
you out better than any other estab
lishment in the County.
''What a nice store you keep," is a very
common expression by persons going to
SILL'S. That's a fact. We intend keep
ing still nicer all the time. When you want
Goods go there !
k FRfeSH lot of choice Garden
Seeds expected t3-day at Sprague's
CoLUts'dead load' of them, al! sizes I
shapes, ard Neck tics, every color and eve
ry styie, atom s.
HAI.LIDATS is the place to get
Good Hosiery. A new lot early next
The Public Schools
OI this place commence nest Monday,
and we take pleasure in informing oar read
ers that anything needtd io the way of
School Surruss can be fonnd at Adair's
Book Store in large stock acd great variety,
and at ray low pn;a.
Ws call espec:
family nse. For yourrice.
Stock of Groceries,
with care lor
coffee or sugar, try Sill's.
TTALE PAPER I i
An additional large sod fresh stork of
WALL I'A KKB received at A dair s Book
Store this eek. It is the richest line ot
Qooda, greatest variety ofpa'terne, fiuest
qnality. and most excellent styles ever bro'l
to this locality, and they are beisg sola at
the LOWEST FRICE3.
Wooden ware, a good and substantial as
sortment, at bill s.
SSi-Thev have an imhekec stock of
WALL PAPER, of every conceivable
style and shade of color, suitable for
Kitchens. Dininc Robins. Halls. Cham-
berS, Sitting Kooths, Parlors, OlUces,
Churches, Ac, at ADAIR'S Book Store,
which is being sold at very low figures,
besides having the same trimmed tree
Good stock of muslins,- Brown or Blesch-
ed, Irish Linen, shirt Fronts, Hosiery, Jte.,
at bill s.
A.We have the greatest variety and
finest array of patterns of WALL PA
PER this side of Cincinnati, and sell at
the lowest not res. Come and see our
stock. ADA1K BROS.
BLACK Silk Fringe, Black Guipure
Lace, and Buttons, just what you want
for trimming dresses at Ilalliday s
T 'Sorrento' scarf, and the 'Semper
Idem," Fashion' and 'lohe' collars, the la-
teU things out, at Cill's.
SA-Everybody should purchase their
supplies of WALL PAPER and WIN
DOW SUADftS at Adair s Uook Store,
if they wanv-the beet Goods at tbe low
est -prices. - This firm have the richest
and most blecant styles, greatest assort
ment, and twice as large supply as ever
before. They trim Paper for theii Cus
A Kin stock of socks, sucpenders, hand
kerchiefs, Ac, suited to tbe spring trade,
now to be naa at bill s.
IB'aak Warbartt Deeds, Mortga
ges, and Qi it Claim Deeds, of the most ap
proved and correct forms; received at A-
DAIR'S Book Store this week.
Akothkb splendid stock of Errine Scarfs. I
Ties, and Bows, collars and Gents' Furn- I
Ishing Goods, just received. W a keep the!
noooy styles. Don t lorget al bill s.
thrive larare Crises of WALE
PAPER, of the handsomest and mrstde- I
sirable styles, received at ADAIIi 3 Book
Store, per bteamer "Carrie Brooks, on
The maenifficent stock of Prints at Sill's
is the admiration of the Ladies, and are
going off rapidly. We have the name of
keeping tbe best Prints in town. Call and
see tnem !
Of Ohio and the Tirginias. .New and
correct edition, jast published, and received
at ADA1U S Book Store.
FOR Bonne's. Hats, and Flowers, all
fresh Goods, just received, and more
coming, go to llALLlDAx & Cos.
S9.COOO ROI.ES OF TTAEE
PAPER, ol the latest and newest designs,
Ireeb from the cannfactarers, and the best
Goods ever brong'it to this market, just re
ceived at AD Alii 3 book Store.
S T 0 B E !
C. L-. HALL
YThoIeSale a ltd Retail
It EEL STREET,
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM Lg
Al 1017 U.
Lyniac M. Sigler Before Jas. M.
vs. Gaylord, Just-
John Sehryer. J iee of the Peace
of Morgan county, Ohio. On the ISth day
of March, 1871. said Justice issued an order
ot attachment in the above action for the
sum of $4.46. Ketcrn served upon garni
hee, and continued until Monday, May 15,
1S71. LYMA3 M. 6IGLER, Plaintiff.
Arr:l 7. Wl Sw.
M ISlXLLt.X KOl'S.
HOW EOS T, HOW RESTORED.
Just published, a new. edition
of Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated
Essay on tbe P.adical Cure
(without medicine)of Spermatorrhoea or Se .
minal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Los
ses, I m potency, Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, Impediments to Marriace. etc.; also,
Consumption, pnil?jsy, and Fit ., induced
by self-indulgence or exual extra vagaacc.
XSPrice, in a sealed envelope, enly six
The celebrated author, ia th's admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
ically cured without the dangerou nse of
internal medicine or the application of the
xnife ; pointing out a ni"de of cure at once
simple, certain, ana euccmai, tiy means oi
which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may be, may cure bim.ef cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
f.ir This' Lecture should be in thchandi
of tvery youth and every man in the lia'i;
i?nt under teal, in a plain envelope, to
any ad.tress, postpaid, on receipt of 6 cents
or two postage stamps.
Also; Dr. Culverwcll's Marriage Guide
price 2j cents.
Address the Publisher),
Chas). J. C. Kline & Co.,
1 '.Bowery, New York, P. O. Box4j6.
HO.NEY ll.WOT Bit P !
For Sight U Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES!!
JiE. SPENCER &cq.
vt Y- which are now tiffered to the
j 1 ii . t. - 1
juuiie, are proonuscru yy an toe ceieora
ted Opticians of the World to be the
A atnral, Artificial help 10 the humane;
evei known. 1 bey are ground under tbeir
own eapervipion, frotn minute Crystal
Pebbles, melisd together, shd derive their
came, '-Diamond," on account et their
hardness ami biil!iin7.
Te ScicutJflc Principle
On wbi'li they are construe! ed brines the
core or center of the lens directlv in front
of the eye, producing a clear and diatinot
vision, as ia the natural, healthy sight, aod
P'evcotiog all unpleasant sen-atiooj, such
8 gliinme-.oe and wavering of sicrht. diz'
iinese, ae, peculiar 10 ail others 10 nse
They are meuoted io the Finest Man
ner, Id frames oi the best quality of all ma
terials used lor that purpose. Their finish
and curability cannot be surpassed.
CAU I UJis. loae genome unless
bearing their tnule mark stamped on every
irsme. . . .
II. D. TI.CE.T& TSTIO
Jewelers and Opticians, are sole agents
!or Meuonnelsvii'e, Uhio, from whom thev
can only do obtained, t hese goods are
not supplied to Pedlers at any price
Jane 3. 18T0 ly.
THE MARRIES IADIES
M jjC!- MlbVIVIIt. llUIIUl.il
G itM information oc every
subject ol iuwrttot to the
V ... V no EAXT IT THE UVTI
bo niamed, or who
saA amtrmnuics marriage,
6at fre tonH noder swim rrcript of lOCrtT.
BcoaDioaT, oppw Atr FLaix. N.T.
A wrmdTivjntcuiB i warrant'd in alleastwof d
Anstiu; from unpradnre oryoathful crmnt.rtiialtinsx in
botvous dvb'lil v. M:miiav) eakne.'ej. -nnnM ''iinii
lanposjasocji guei, qiaaaaea, ovc dj osaDtj
DR. BELLAS SPECIFIC REMEDIES,
ThftT na be une& without detecttoii. or hiterfcrcnefl
wiua paaioesa, auu no on&ag9 oi aie ta iMoeaaarj,
DR. BRLVS SPECIFIC PILLS
wH!wr VlcrlirarTfsses Trithoat. furthtraid. Trial
bssiLU st4mD for Driratd esar. Ai
Dosaa seni lv man sealed, on ree pi of uttm uni 1 in
1 BiBip mr pnvue csnaj. auui
. HOB T . LKl.U 715 iioauvay, Few York.
aiuaJ9ZS3, TA7I71 IJ02JICD.
If 7011 want & reliable reiradj for irrcRiiUritiea use
DR. BtRfrV'S CliHO.YO-THEESAli PUXS.
Tbj will restore natTire rvH; and are audcient ia
an orainarr case I'aiCE unt ijoi Jn
bend aiamp for Dr. Harvey Prlnto M Jiral Circular.
Dr. ZZarrcy's Ccldea rilla.
A rerjiArfT fonr dm4 arrrnir for arteeia rwit.
hkvw and Sure, ani vxut valcabix lorn mxbiukd
LAPIXH, m rruey rivet fail 10 remove Uie mot aitre-
k 'yirp'rm. nj matter now looff they bate exl-tra.
w it tivic ioi.EAU4. fijb by mail accoxely avai4
nuipsoi mm v. ?
Ju. JOUX UAKVET. r-5 Kroedw-T, Kew Tort
ove and matrimony.
IhefiJc.jonsrrtay rm caincd tr foiJowine aimpie
rule, ariil at) may marry happilj illiout regard
tt wr-alth, arre or fceaai?.. H:iti 2J ccula fox Uit
vnUook. or stimp far rirtn!ar. to
ALUAM LLCILLB DFMAR5E,
Kihih K'-tet P. O. New York.
tat ea.- Pi .
KNESS, N10HTLT EMIS
Ac, and rastora lost I
ettaaaltli. Sent pezx to t
ufferod and is now cored j
Th tfrn?Ir rIisaM. fitarrh. whirh affAeta n Miai
Oftua tcrmuu4a ui Bronchit. and CAjUdUiupUaiA,
WitSrmt rlonrrt. Wm oatirolw mnnrarl siA wisiMrx kn-aw
IoiaC it ha exist hL All eu4 caq posit iveiy
Vver treatment, and will be tartmt& for ebt
oaoe that it iaila to cure aitar a tivorotiKtt trial oi it.
Rev. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Remedy i the surest and best for Hradscbe and Weak
Kes are in many casei the ecnwtiaenoj ot Cetarrti.
SASSAFRAS SWITCH HAZEL
Hevar faJa to immediate relief in ail ctaea,
kKAD THR T FR TFVftNT.
and wnd Btemp lor a rr'rcolar. dctit't;ff too ayuptairra
tho ui''isu ana t irtntw t' tLfc rmcy. A pacaA
vui 00 acnt ny mail on receipt 02 money.
rKlL'E TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Mt Cate.rrh wan immcdii.Lel7 rrltcrfft bv wr Su.
aairas aua Witch HawL F?. ASA BKOWN.
1 can ren without wennf apectawl and the weak-
i eniirusy suae aince c- 'ne your Kj.-ifrw and
Witch Hazel. NORMAN BARNF.& -
Your haa&aira and Witch ltu never taikd to
reuere aur hoaiiacbo witlun fi" minute. . .
AAldreaa. Ear. MAETTX D TTTTON, .
AAtT9 WASTED EVtBTTHECt
FOR ALL. DISEASES.
f T7 EARN LIVING EASILY,
j and ensore as honest competence by in
viuvrji auiMui auunry w mimn turn wiuk
Tho Secret U Oat I
and we are will in to twak it known tn all
AGENTS ARK WftKTFTk ai smll thM itMk. and thf
earn from S Ui i0 tU Har a dy. H-nd for a cixtttlaf
tnannuH mm t l I 17 1 1OP nni I AD
adiireaa, enciowini' twn pnevam atarnTv",
ElCuiD A ft n V;IImh SiKU
Room View York Cit
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEN.
IT WILL PI.KAHK EVEKVBODY.
Scad FIFTY TENTS for cott. and fur xiKfmt t.
Madam MAfiT HOQE.Z. Euuss P.. Xw Virt
.' Holes aod
r that win core
v tiuahood to i
EEC IE NOTICES.
Ami D. Lawrence, Plaintiff, Vs. Patrick
By virtue ef sn order ta sell and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county; Ohio, in the above enti
tled action, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the dnor nf the Court House in
McConnelsville in said county.
On Monday, the lOln Day of
stlJ o'clock, ii.; of said day, the following
described real estate situate in the county
of Morgan, and State of Ohio, to-wit : Lot
number twenty-nine (2tt) in the town ol
Stock nor. . Appraised- at $300. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff M. C. O.
ITanna A Kennedy, Attorneys.
March 10, 1871,-5w.
er 3J?0 A T ! -
- Groc cry
E. 8. Woodward
W. A. MATHEWS & CO.,
Keep the be-t of everything the market
HiTords in the Grocery ard I'roVision Line 1
They kuow just what will tickle the palates
of the people.
MUTTON! BEEF! YEAL
And all kinds of meats sold so cheap that
it always gives their customers good appe
tites to'cat. It makes hurgry people hap.
py, heilthy and robust ; drives sickness
from tbe household; spoils the trade of the
Doctors and makes every cook prrud of her
table. Husbands, who have cross wives,
will alwavs find a few cuts of
110AST AND STEAK,
FROM THIS 110USK A
for tmublo. Its savory presence on the ta
ble always puts everybody in a good hum
or, and at the Buckeye Block is the place
to get ill Ask anybody, in the expression
of whose countenance you iee BEEF
ETEAK,.(fi' and they can tell you the
place. Tney also keep all kinds of the ve
At the lowest price I They buv, too ; and,
what is mere remarkable, they buy and sell
everything, from a
Cracked Egs to a Fat Steer ! !
Give them a call. One Boer East of Eli 1
Shcpard's wholesale Grocery, Center St.,
Dec. J3, 187ft mo. I
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
IS being rcadiiv accepted by those of everv
mrdital creed, as affording a happy substi
tute Tor too active or unreliable medication,
and offensive doses. Tbs introduction of
the only known Nerve Tonic aperitntin
pleasant and acceptable form, stands con
epicuously as the greatest addition to mod
ern medicine. They are at ooce the pre
ventaliies as Trail as cdre for lor a class of
ailments, from which the great majority of
persons are at times, made miserable, un
happy, and physically and mentally in3io
tent, impairment 01 nerve icrce results us
ually from inattention (sometimes from ne
cessity) to common sense health rules, and
18 folio ires 07 Letbsriry: Dyapepua, l-ona-
tipation, Impure blood, Irregularities, Off
ensive Dream and sallawness ol Lomplti
ion. Their action on the Nervous System
can account lor their mid and paMive
euieacy in a variety of ailments of such
apparent diversity of origin and character,
Under their efiect digestion and assimila
tion are promoted, the ezcretioo of worn
ont material in tbebleod is assisted, and the
brain acts vigorously, as if under the effect
ef a stimulant. .
The Calabar Grains are ths appropriate
remedy for the Li'erary, studious and tbe
brain working clasres, and those unable or
disinclined ler sufficient physical e'ercse,
and who are usually "blllibus.". They are
the favorite medietas of . the ladies ; they
are the preventive and cure cf nausea
and headache of th03e voyacinir; child
ren can take them ; they are now the
"ounce ef preventative;' they aro safe,
mild and effectual ; they are apple-
ceea hKe, tasteless and inodorous.
Furnisued ia membranoous pouches
containing to to bu grains or seeds. It
not for sate at the nearest Druggists.
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Orain3
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
NEW 7-30 GOLD LOAN,
Safe t Profitable ! Permanent
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Offer for Sale at Far and Accrued Int
FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRANT
GOLD BODS it
Korthcrn Pacific Railroad Co.
These bonds are secured, first, bv a First
Mortgage on the Railroad iuelf, iu rolling
stock, aud all equipments ; second, by a
First mortgo-o on 1L3 entire and Grant,
being wore than Twenty-two Thousand a
creaoi Land to each mile of road.
The Bonds are free from United States
Tax : the Principal and Intereat are paya
Me in Gold the Principal at the end of
Thirty years, and the Interest semi-annu
ally, at the rate of eevea and three-tenths
per cent, per annum.
They are issued in denominations of$100,
f 500, 1,000, $5,390 and 10,007.
Tbe Trustees under the mortgage ere
Messrs. Jay Cooke of J niluilcl;hin, and
J. Kdgar ThoTipson, President 01" tho Penn
sylvania uentral Km Iron a company.
These Nc'rtiern Pacific T-30 Bonds will
at all tins befire maturity, be receivable
at Ten per cent, premium (or 1,10). in ex
change fur the company's Lands at their
lowest earh price.
In addition to their absolutesnfety. tnese
RumU yield an income larccr. we believe.
than any other first claa security. Persons
holding United States 5-20 s can by conver
ting them into Northern PaciCca, increase
their yearly income cre-third, and still
kavea lerfeclly reliable investment.
How Te Got Them. our Beared baulc
or banker will supply these bons ia any
sired amc-at,ot any r.ccdcd acnamina-
tion. Persons wishing to exchan?3 stocks
or other b?uds for these, can do -o with any
of our ag:ni;, rho will allow ths highest
enrrent price far all marketable securities.
l.toae living in localities remote lroru
ar.ks, may acud money, or other bonds.
directly to C3 by express and we will send
back Northern Pacific bocrla at our own
risk, and without cost to the investor. F-r
further information, pamphlets. nape. etc..
call on or address the undprsiened. oranv
of the Banks Bankers employed to sell this
loan. For sale by tho following General
Agents of tbe Pittsburgh District;
james t. ifrady lo.;
Hart, Coughy A t'o.;
'Western Savings Bank ;
8. McLean A Co.;
We have accepted an a?encv fnrthassla
f the above Bonds. Phampleta aud infor
mation ean be bad at'our counter.
I)toI, AT.-rnam A Co.. Firat 5atioa
al Bnk, McCnnneltrilie, Ohia.
Maicn 17, ISTi, '
To Debilitated Tcrsons. To Dyspeptics.
To Sufferer from Liver Complaint. To
those having no Appetite. To those mith
broke dote Constitutions. To Acrvous
People. Tb ClMren Wasting Away. Ta,
any icith Debilitated Digestive Organs. Or
3uJ?erirn? ran ayi") of the following symp
toms, which indicate D'.Jordered Liter or
Stomach, sUdi. ai Constipation, and Jna-ard
Files, Fullness and Blood to the Head, A
cidity o( the Stomach, Naust-a, Ifrtrtborn,
Disgnst lor Fued, Fullnera or Weiirbl in
1 he Stomach, Saur Eructations, Sinkicor
Flutteririjr st the pit ef the Stomach, the
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dil-,
Gcult Brealhinn, Fllitterli g at the Heart;
Chocking or Suffering Sensatious whea
in a lying posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots
or Webs before the .Sight, Fever and Dull
Yellowness oi tbe Skin end Kyes, Fain in
the Side, Back, Chest, Lirata.&c, Sadden
Flushes ot Heat. Burning in the Flesh, and
Imaginings of ivil, sod Ureat Depression
Uoofland's German Bitters I
A Bitters without Alcohol Or Spriritr of
any kind, is di9ereot from all others. It ia
composed of the pure juices, or Vital Prin
ciple ot Koote, Herbs, and Barks, (or. as
medicinally termed. Extracts.) tie worth
less or inert poi turns of the ingredients not
being used. Therefore in one bottle of this!
Bitters there is contained as much medicin
al virtue as will be found iii be vera I gallon
ot ordinary mixture. The Roots; &c used
in this Bitters are grown in Cermany, ihe?
vital principles extracted in tbe country by
a scientific Chemist and forwarded to the
manufactory iu the city, where they are all
compounded and bottled. Containing do
sDiritnous ingredients this Bitters is free
from the objections urged against all eth
ers ; no desire for stimulants can be indue
ed from their use, tbey cannot make drue
kards, and cannot under any circumstances
have any but a beneficial effect.
lloofland's German Tonic,
Was compounded for these not inclined to
extreme oUterd, and is intended for n.e in
cases when som? alcoboiic itimulant is re
quired ir connection with the tonic proper
ties of the Bitters. Kocb bottle of the to
nic contains one bottle ot tbe Bitters, com
bined with pure Santa Cruz Rum, end fla
vored in such a manner tbat tbe extreme
bitterness is overcome, forming a prepa-n-tion
highly agreeable and pleasant to the
thought?, and containing the medicinal vir
tues of the Bitters. The price of the Ton
ic is Sl-t'O per bottle, which many persons
think too high. They must take into con.
sideration that the stimulant nsed isgnar
anteed to be of a pure qnality. A poor ar
ticle couid be furaidhed at a cheaper price,
but is it not better to pay a little more to
have a good article T A medicinal prep
ration should contain none but the best in.
gradients ; and tbey wbo expect to obtain
a cheap compound. and I a benefitted by it,
will most certainly be cheated.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTEBS,
lloofland's German Tonic ;
HOOFUND'S PODOPHVlUAN PILL,
Will care you. Thoy are the greatest
Known to the Medical world and eradicate
diseases arising from impure blood, debility
ol the digestive organs,! or diseased Lfrer,
in a shorter time than any other knowo re
medies. Tlie Whole Supreme Court or
Pennsylvania speak Tor
WHO WOULD ASK FOR MORE DKJ
X 1 FIKD AND S IRONOfiR I KST1
MOXYr lion, George IT. Woodward, formerly Chief
Justice of the Supreme Curt of Fennsyt
rania, at present Member Congress from
Pennsylvania, tcritcs :
Fhiladklphia, March 16, 1S67.
I Eld Iloofiand'e German Bitters is a good
tonic, useful in diseases of tbe digestive or
gtin and of great benefit in cases of Jibili
tjand want of nervous action in tbe system.
Yours, truly, G.W. WOODWARD.
lion. James Thompson, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania :
FhiladelphIa, April 23, 1867.
I consider lloofland's German Bitters a
valuable medicine in ease ol attacks ol in -digestion
or dyspepsia. I can Certify ibis
from my experience ol it. Your?, truly,
Hon. George Sfiarswood, Justice of the Sw
prente Cburt of Pennsylvania :
Philadixtbi a, J une 1, 1 8C8.
T bave found by experience that Hoof,
land's German Bitters is a veiy good tec,
relieving dyspeptic symptoms almost d.
recily. GEORGlf SHARSWOOD.
lion Cm. F. Rogers, Mayor of the City of
Buffalo, New York :
Buffalo, June 22, 1 869.
I bave used Hocfland's German Bitters &
Tonic in my family daring the past year,
and ran recommend them aa an excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor to the system.
Their nse bas been productive of decided be
neficial effects. W 11. F. ROGERS.
lion. James M- Tii'eod, Ex-Mayor of Vil
I take great pleasure iu reeommending
HooSand s German Tonic to any one who
may be sSicted tfitb dyspep'is; 1 bad the
dyspepsia so badly it was impossible to keep
any food on my stomach, and so I became
o weak as not to be able to walk half a mile.
Two battles of tbe Tonie tffrcted a perfect
core. JAM K3 U. WOOD.
Doefland'i German Bitters
Ilooffand's German Tonic
WILL CURB ETF.BT CASS OF
Slarasmus, or Wasting Away
ef tbe Body,
Remember that IlocJand's GermanTleme-
dies are the medicines you require to purify
l!e.L'ood excite ths Utrpid Ixver io healthy
action, and te :al'e you to pass sut'e'v thro'
any hard?.ir cr exposure. DR. HOOF-
stitute for Mercury Pill?, Two Fills a dose.
Thenost yOKerful, yet Innocent, Vegetable ra
Marrt Inoicn. It is cot necessary to take a
handful of these pills to produce ti e d-.sired
efi'cct : two of them act ouicklv and power
fully, cleansing the Liver. Stosiaeh Bow
els of all impurities. The principal ingred
ient ia Podbiibyllin. arthe alcoholic extract
oi.Vandrakc, which ia by many times mors
poweriui, acting aad scorching than the
Jandrnke itself. IU aeeuliar action ia uinm
the Liver, cleaning it speedily from all ob
structions, with ail tle power of mercury.
yet free from the injuricua results attache
uie use oi that mineral, ior all diseases.
hich the Uie of a catlinrlic ia indicated.
these pills will'givs entire satisfaction in ev
ery case. Thsy reverfail ! In case of Liver
complaint, dyspepsia and extreme costive
ncr.s, Pr. Hoodand's German Bitters or Tanie
should be used ia connection with the Pills.
The tonic eQectof the Bitters orTonie builds
p the system. The Bi tiers or Tonic parifii a
me oiooii, strc-gmciu the nerves, reguiulr
the Liver, and gives strength, energy and
vigor. Keep yjjr boivcU active with the
il-s, a net tor.c up tbe system with Bitters or
'onie, and no disease ean retain its hold, or
ever assail you. Recollect that iu If ooflnnd's
German Remedies that areso universally us
ed and highly recommended; and do not al-'
low the Lruggist to induee you to take any
thing else that ho may say is jnst w god ,
because lie makes a larger prt iitooiv.
These remedies will be sent by express to
any locality upon application to the Princi
pal offico, at the German medicine Store.
31 Arch Mrt, Philadelphia.
CHS. .V. EVAS3, Proprietor, formerly!.-.
These Remedie" are for ala ny Prmsistf,
Riorekepcri, and mudit ine Ha!rs every-
here, irso. if. iii.