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THE INDEPENDENT
M CONJiELSVlLtl :
sFRIDAY, April 18T1
1
TERMS
or
iHlS PAPER
. snroliis Subscription.
bike Jbotoy; n year, when
not bald In attrance, $2.00
"tone copy, onfe year, casta
in adlailbe, , .... Slo
, TO CLUBS; ...
To a Clno of ten, one dol
lar and thirty H cent. .
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To a Clab of filtecn, one
WWKiaa wui II V . J . . . .
. cents eacb; fclS.TS
e ALL iELtNOUENT8 fchl le
charged tip, ih. ail cases, at the rate of
Two Dollars ajrear. , ...
Noehango iH tile Home JlatkeU
1 TT7-
faince oar last lsstie.
Thx contrabt, for the ensuiiig
year, xor itgniing uc street jjamps
of HcConnoIsrille is tp be let by the
louncu to-night.
Tdi Steamer Siren started An an.
ether tradiDg excursion down tho
Ohio this morning.
G. li. Devol caught a mammoth
teat fish tester day hi a set-net be
low McCohnel'B mill. It weighed
Sixtj-nve pounds.
Fhxd. W. Uotiks, of this place,
was "admitted tb practice by the
l)islrict Court, in seMto'H at Pome
roy, en tta iitn:
Ttwv T P UrT,AK will iLllMf B
TemDerance Sermon at the Uhiver
salifit Chnrch, on next fcunaay etc
Ding. 7 o clocK.
A&thuk Pond, of Ualta, hu been
appointed by Gorerner Hayes, one
of the Trustees of the Athens In
sane Asyium.
Thx Law Office of Evafia & Jones
is now situated on the Son LJi cast
' Side of the Public Square. Atovcd
this week.
. Kxv. L. tfcGcrai will delivers
Temperabce Lecture at the AI. E.
Church", of Unionnlle, on Wednes
flay evening next. All are invited
to" attend.
Richakd Dcxkixotor, who rcsid
fed back, of. Malta,, on, the Center
kb'adj dtud bti Tuosday, apod T7
yesterday mof hihg at j6 o'cUck.
Jie was a resident oi juaita xown
ship for many years.
Tax editor of the dofunct Leav
enworth TittcS winds np his vale
flictory as follows : "The . .play is
bver and we are played. Slay the
bice hundred and inetynine cur
ses of the pocalypio Beio ftour
3 d city. Araec,:
ifcrMfsassaiMg the editor oi
this paper, from the pens ot Judges
Gaylord and Granger and the edi
tor of JeraW, all appeared in last
week b ibb uo vi ibs ihbi uivuiuiuuu
paper. Almost enough to aitni
late one, ain't it ?
.Notice new advertisements Dr
Alexander's. S. S Prague's, W. A.
Mattbow & Co's., Ca'abnr Grains,
and some legal notices. We omitt
ed to call attention to R. L. Jenk.
ins' last week, but doubtless our
readers noticef. ft:
, Thx "Open Meeting," at xlie
Good Templar's Hall. otiJaStFri
day evenifir. wsS a debHtill 6"ncoess
iiev. L. HoGiiire made the opening
epeecn, and was followed by Kevs.
Hiram Miller and Henry Cooper.
Every body that had any love for
1.16 canse or Prohibition was bTghTy
aengbied witn the Aleeting.
Samuel JL Haelan died, of con
sumption, at bis residence in Bloom
Township, this county, on last Fri
day, aged 49 years. He was bof n
and raises fn this county, and we
believe passed the most of his life
Iiere. His . funeral, on Sabbath
fast tfrVdor the charge of the Odd
ioITdwg, was one of the largest ever
Aeld in tho eeunly. lie was one el
Hergatf cotfntf'f ost estimable
ciXixeni
f!TWrtTr TW rnvvlaniM fa t
eetfe' J. jfarr, of Beverly, iV now in
commond 6f the Steamer J. H.
Beet, Cap'tL Sol. Hoge retiripg.
The Best will continue in' the Zanes-
..... -!-(,
xng zanesville off Tuesdays, Thnrt.
days and Satffdays. at ffo'clppBf, A
SLi and returning. . leavin? llariet-
ta at 6 o'clock, A. it.; oh Mondays,
nednesdaj's and rridays.
April 28th, 1871 2w.
There is a lady living tn McCon.
rehfrftle that, although always en
joying ordinary good health and
spirits, ana inai nas Dee a a reti
dent fi'er ;for. neaf ibttif fears,
and has raised a large family of
cnnaren, that has not been on Cen
? ter Streei fir seventeen or eighteen
years; and ftu never seen the pres.
ent Court Heuse. Ho -ill thi
Ce tor stay-at-hcme-aSveness 1
Jakxs A'. Adair, a lesdlit? Re
uWicaritold in ChesUrfle)d ieff
recently that over sixty Kepubli
aM'mt ik. r. -i-r
aUbb ticket, id tnls tillage, at the
late elecfibnl Cleason C. Boznan,
who' was a candidate on the Repute
riCan ticket for Treasurer, told in
the First Katitinal Bank of Me
CoBiielBvitts. dn' the mornmtr after
tJho eloctiori, that af least sixty Re
publicans voted said Democratic
ticket. SoestS'e Uetati want any
mere prooi oi sixty liepuoiicans
voting said Democratic ticket thad
the assertions of these gerftfeinen of
trnthM riled cf not, Mf. Serald t
. Tnx Odd1 "allittfrf'TfTk.t;
fiere on Wednesday was a complete
uwm. meinLicrs oi jjodges at
Zanesvilla, Beverly, StoESport, Udl
jbnVille, Hural Hale,- Wood Gl-oVe,
andj as a nutter of course,' Kalta
and' McConnelsVille, mingled to
ethef and' seemed U enjsy the
day. The Oration of the day was
deliVered at the M. . Church by
EeV. Hiram Miller, D. D. The pro
cession was not as long as many expected!-but
still it made duite a
show1. The "McConnelsVille Silver
Cornet Band" has been comttierided
by all for the excellent music furn
ished; and we understand that the
piece played m the M. E. Church,
which was sd universally admired,
was coinposod and arranged by one
of the members of the Band who is
my sixteen years o: ago. J
A
V-
Rev. Granville Moody on the
Rumseller.
t)n the occasion of preaching the
funeral sermon of a young man,
who had committed euteido by
shooting himself through the head
with a pistol, while in a fit of do
spbndency amounting to insanity,
the result of intemperance, rec
ently, the Rev. Granville Moody,
pastor of Grace 11. K ChtircH, of
Cincinnati, painted the Hiinifleilr
as follows:
"He portrayed saloon keepers as
heartloss cormorants and vampires,
who feed upon the. vices of society
and induce men to spend their mo
iiey for that which is not breaHand
their labor for that which satisfleth
not Ho described a whisky seller
to be
"As riilld a jnannered feian
As ever ctii a throat or scuttled a
ship
as the verV incarnation of Satan,
who, standing bbhihd his counter
"Who ttas skilled to grace
With a, devil's purpose and kH hh
gel s face.
Buthlessly he A&kes his victim's
money: wastes his Substance, con
sumes his time, destroys bis health
sacrifices bis character, bestializeg
and demonizei his customer, Bends
him hotde to veiit his spleen on his
hnmlAftit family, who are denrived
of food and clothing aqd education
io ieea vae . liquor ceuor s iuuiuj
and clothe them as tho IiUies tba
neither work nor spin and soon
reason totters and delirium tremens
or mania-a-pvtot or clrboping mel
ancholy or desperation loses up
the fitful fever of the victim of the
heartless saloon keeper, who has
doled but his lager beer with the
heavy infusion Of occulus indicus
or dbg-leg tobacco to give it the
intoxicating power cheaply, and
his doe button whisky, rendered
more Eery stly with fusil oil ; and
th'frs be smiles aid smiles, an 4
stabs rdroirfO them while he smiles:
And while the heedless wretch im
bibes, he makos his fetters Strong
and hold on to him witb ihe mis
er's grasp as long as his money or
his lite holds out and wben the
money fails he kicks him out of his
hell-hold and curses his customer
ai a bloated drunkard 1
"Woe. woe, to him that putloth
tb'6:boUle to his neighbor's lips and
maketh' him' drunken also." "The
stone orit of the wall shall trf out
againt him and the timber of his
awollmg place shall be his accus
er." un, if hell lias one place holier
than another it must bejor the drunk
ard makff:
4
"The wretch who, for curaed lust of
cold.
Throws up his interests in both worlds.
Accursed in this, is damn d in that to
cornel
In conclusion fhb preacher recit
ed the many virtues that had ad
orted the life of the unfortunate
man, who ;n an evil houf anl tind
er the influence of insanity, had
done the fatal deed that put him
beyond the circle of his earthly life
and its countless privileges, lie
warned the larcri crowd prosotft a
gainst infidelity in all its protean
forms, against the hydra headed
monster: intemperance ; against
bad associates (the decoy ducks of
uie novu and saioon Keepers;; a
gainst Sabbath break ng and its
kindred vices ; ng:fBt lewd wom
en and their haunts : against rev
elry and wantonness, against gam
bling and theatres, and the many
man traps that are set on every
side, and nrged all to consider the
unaswered question; " n bat shall it
profit a man if be gains the whole
world and loses h:s own soul 7
What, 6?i what shall be given in
exchange for his soul 7
HYMENIAL.
BAKER 8HRLLHAMEK. On
the lfth' day ot April, 1871, by
m. iteswick, J. f ? at the resi
dence of James Smith, in Wild
nor township, Morgan county, O.,
Jtr. Koi.omon Baker and Miss V I
ka Shellhamer wore married.
DAVIS DEVITT.- By W. C. Bur
ly, J. P., at tho residence efthe
bride's father, March 23d, 1871.
Mr. Jackson W. Davis and Miss
Mary J. Devitt.
BUCT NEWTON. By lhsame.
April 13th, 1871, at the house of
the bride s father, Mr. Philip K.
Bacy and. Miss Lucretia A. New
ton, all of this cenntr.
VEAZIE iARKEtt At tho rwi-
dence pf Mis. Eliza Barker, Apr.
26th. 1871, by lie. H. Cooper,
sit. JSrwm. eazie, or Cleve
land, and 11 168 Helen A.' Barker,
of McConnelsville.
OBITUARY.
HAMMOND, Sunday night, 2d of
April, lb7I, at bis homo in Brooko
county. West Va Talbot If ax
mokd, in the 70th year of hid
j ...
The deceased was the younrest
and last surviving brother of the
late Charles Hamm4dV He was a
mStnodTcal and deligent man of
business : honest, npright, and hon
orable. As a farmer, he was singu-
larly intclligonv and saccescTul : the
branch, he nhdei'stdod best beinsr
Chat of sheep husbandry. Tn bis
convictions, he was tenacious:
when once hik mind was" made tip'i
(Jero was an end of controversy a-
bout a matter, so far ns he was
concerned. Few men bavo a liill
as inflexible as his had been, In-
i : . i. d : t ' j i " . V
uouu ik way un ijucBiiuauu wucuier.
at' same times, and in respect cf
some things, he did not assert :t
with too much strength. Biit his
integrli? was' never doubted ; be
always commanded the respoct due
to a irthri of slr'orig character ani
strict principles ; and, now that be
gone, .fie Willjlor.g bo remernb'erj
ed by the people among whom he
spent the full term of years allotted
to man by tho Psojmist, WALi
ii.oor,in the Marietta Timei.
"Quilt" of the
writes tb sbow that' he can Write
Chinese poctrV as we'll as Bret
Harte. Hence this epigram :
A""or,crny ravUhed eves I net
Where Julia's neck and boddice met,
She asked what I was peeking :
1 here, that, said I, is that Nankin ?
(The Lininpof your dress, I mean,)
"No, sir," she said, "that's Pekiu'"'
llrSIXESS NOTICES.
Lots of niqe Goods, just received at
SILL'S. New styles-Go and see I
, -Wo trim all WALI PAPER
sold by ns, raxx or charge
ADAIR BROS.
lr you want a nice new style Boot,
Shoe or Gaiter go to Clarke, Corner &
Walker's, they .have just received a
splendid lot of Ladies', Misses & Chil
drens' fine work; ahli., in , men's wear
Sirge Boots, Prince t Albert's in Sirge
Goat, and a large stock of Buffalo Calf
Boots and Shoes.
, .
Window Fixtures I i
The cheapest, best, and most ap
proved Window Fixtures are sold at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
Tatsfes Valises; &c., a newloljust
received at ijlLL'S. t
, Go to to . raiilier S Vaiimetre's for
t)ress doods of all kinds Domestics,
Bodts & Shoes, Groceries', Ac. They
will sell yod everything at the lowest
Price ' . , , : , ,
. A new lot of Japanese Silks next
week, at Clarke, Corner & Walter's.
Christian Hymn Hooks t
New and large stock of Christian
Hymn Books, of all sizes and styles of
binding, received at AJJA1K b liook
Store this day.
Go to tbe Show !. Where I
At Stone's Store, and y9U will see
something thpt pleases you. All the
noyejties c'ftjie season will be shown
yoil $t lower prices than you ran ob
tair,nem elsewhere. Japanese Silks,'
lovely patterns the-clapest and full
est line ot BLACK ALPACAS and
Pure Mohalfa found anywhereialao a
hfeavy stock, of Colored. Alpacas and
Liistres, Tan, Stone, Silver Grey, Blue,
n SfAna xi vovliPr Klua
oreen. Lilac, "lute ana oitie,r colors.
An extra choice line. of Poplins direct
from.. New York. Ih these goods ex-
ra pains nitc wen lanen in ineir se
1 Ti L . , 1 ' ' . -1 1
lection. Pari)5ols and Fans to suit at
any price. The celebrated 1st choice
Jonvin Kids of tints to match our
dress goods. We bare now on hands
a rich line of Lace Shawls no Lady is
complete without one. In Spring
Shawls you can depend on petting the
latest made new stock of Laces. Edg
ing, Insertions, Fringes, Scotch Braids,
Ac.
WnKS you want to buy Goods go to
SILLS.
. A kew lot of Marl Poplins just recei
ved at Clarke, Corner & Walker's. Just
the. thing for traveling or neat, cheap
suits I .
V&lr you want new and fresh
patterns. cf WALL PAPER, trim
med neatly and perfectly, you must
purchase your supplies at ADAIR'S
Book btere.
PALMER & VANMETRE have a
full stock of Buffalo Boots A Shoes and
City made Gaiters. They keep the
Premium goods and sell them low.
2fsw Goods received at the Fancy
Store of G. E. Ila'liilay & Co's from
New York, and other Eastern cities.
The Junior Tarter is now East Look
out for piles of Goods next week I
W hare added to our alreadr larco
supply of Gents' Furnishing Qoods.
many new things In the way of Col
lars. We hare the Gotham, Norel,
Peabodr, (Garrotl and Burlinpame.
These are entirely new and Nobby !
Come and see ! F. SILL & CO. "r
XflfcWe have the prettiest shade
otrolnr and best Green Oil Cloth for
Windoxc Shades, ever brout-ht to M'.-
Connelsville, which wesreseilineat
low prices. ADA I R BKOS
THE "AMERICAN BOY."- new
and desirable Wateh for Hots or Per
sons wishing a small sized timepiece.
II. B. VINCEXT& r.RO.
Is we have no cheap, ffimtcy fabrics to
adrertise,.foramere SOXG,and dear at
that, we do claim to hare a superior
stock of good substantial woods which
we will sell as cheap as any other mor
tal mail.- Mark that!
I
CLARKE, CORNER A WALKER.
A coon, assortment of Spring Neck
ties at SILL'S.
Howard wATcriEs, adjusted to
eatandcnid and to heat, cold and
position in Gold sod Silrer caes.
II. JJ. V lUliM & BKU.
Jffir'ife have tho laleat and new
est Ftyies of WALL PAPER manu
factured, with th,e largest and best
aswrtmerl of patterns ever opened
n this locality, and are Rollins theso
Goods at fae lowest prices.
.ADAIR BKOS.
I the wav of Bows and Scarfs, we
have jdst, opened a nice line which, for
beauty. tvle or price we defy competi
tion. ' Take a look at the Echo, the
Bow, the Gladiator, and numerous
others, all of the. latest, and B'ack
Bows of different styles, at SILL S.
PKCIE payment resumed at Talm-
er A Yanmetre's. .
NEW GOODS AT S. SPRAGUR'S
DRUG STORE. White Lead. Linseed
Oil, Colored Paints, Sponges, Essential
Oils, Patent ttodicines, such as Pine
Tree Tar Cordial. Vinegar Bitters,
Warner's Cough Balsom,.. Ilelmbold's
Buchu, Ac, with numerous other arti
cles, embracing a fine lot of-Hair and
Clothes Brushes, Ac. Gire him a call!
Dt Goods and Notions, a specially.
now at SILVS.
BAAn additional new and frosh
instalment of WALL PAPER, di-.
rcct from tub manufacturers, in New
York, just received at ADAIR'S
Book Store. Their stock is the lar"
gost!, handsomest, and cboapest in
town. . Go and Bee the fine arravr
A FULL LINE of ererrthine in Ta
ble Ware, from a. Mustard Spoon to a
Soup Ladle or a Napkin Ring to a Tea
sett. . ...... .
,-.
IT. B. VINCENT & BKO.
Fim assortment of .Pocket Knives
and Pocket Books, just opened, at tb'6
cheap store or t . oil. LA UO.
..Game Undershirts, just received for
G'enWj at SILL'. (
Herrixo, Mackerel. White l-ishana
Bacon, rheaper-CiiaO erec at,-
fAUlJSKA VASMiSTKES.
lWe havo tho most beautiful.
and delicate tints of WALL PAPZU
together with tho fincBt grounds',
and, also, tho largest and boat vari
ety, of HALL PAPER ovcroxhibi
t'ei in this County. Come and ex
amiao our stock. Wo cannot fail to
please any ono wanting Goods. in
this line. ADAIR BROS.
u want a handsome
suit of cjothes, with all tho latest tou
ches; i' if you want, a' tasty Fur or Straw"
11 at : if YOU want a new r! vlo Neck l.i
a. pood fine Sliirf.' iVrA TrWlV, lfol
Jlose, beautiful Tat-er Collars, co to
JO . - , ..H.V . ' . ..U.. A.f...
Clarke, Cornec A Walker's new Cloth
ing Kooms. t Kcmember,. Mr. ,A. W,
Walker brings'to the cutting board aa
experience, of 23 years, and cannot be
surpassed I
A 1 ibcv stork tit finn Cajisimarar.
Cloths and Coatings of the latest patt
erns can be seen at Palmer A VaumeV
tre's.
Privs Groceries always to be found'
at SILL'S. They keep nothing but the
best. Trrtheml
A jfnw lot of Men's late style Hats.
just received at Clarke, Corner A Wal-
1. 1
to
to
or
A.
of
of
he
STOP ASD READ THIS ! ! !
You can buy the llest and Dry
est Cigars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to tbe Post Office !
ArTKSTtos, Farmf.rs! I will be at
tho New Era Hotel on Tuesday and
Wednesday of each week until the
first day -of .July, next, with my cele-
v.i! tj
, ALBERT UAMBLETON.
Apr. 21; '71-4w.
WALL. PAPER ! t
We have stacks upon stacks of WALL
PAPEK,.pf all kinds, from the commo
nest to the best grades, which we are
selhnz at much less than .eastern pri
ces, and trimming the ,eame perk or
cuitton. in our stock, of over two nun
drcd different patterns, customers will
find no trouble in pleasing themseWes
and pettier: what they want and need
to adorn their Walls. , ,
ADAIR BROS.
A xew lot of Neckties and Raws of
the newest styles, just received at the
storo of Clarko, Corner & ijiker.
GENUINE Dayton Linseed Oil, just
received tt pague s Urug btore.
Cincinnati Lire Stock Market.
, Cincinnati, l.vo. of Apr. 24.
Bef Cattle Tho arrivals were
rather in cxceSs of tho demand, and
the market ruled dull all the woet,
closing at a decline of 25c. per cen
tal on the figuros current on last
Monday, wi'.h a few left in the pens
this evening unsold. A fow were
takeh by shippers, but tho bulk of
the pnrchusos were by butchers.'
110 upo;o common auy ; iair,
$4 75 ; good, 55g5 50 : prime
bUin. g5 75. nnj Bh.nnin
la O
ppinc
cattle SbtSb.jfj per cental gross.
S1iep. Tho demand was fully
up to the supply, and the market
ruled firm at full rates. We quote
common to primo per cuntal
Hoos. Tbo arrivals wcro more
Iiboral, but an increased demand
was experienced, and prices were
fully maintained. Tho 6ales wero
at 15 CO to f 6 per cental gross for
light to good averages.
A'EW
ADVEKTISE.il EA'TS.
MEAT ! MEAT
G110CERIES!
PitlOVISIONS ! !
E. S. WOODWARD.
DEAt.KB IX
FRESH MEATS,
EUCII A3
VEAL, PORK AND MUT
TON,
A X D
W. A. MATTHEWS & CO.,
DRALROS III
GROCERIES AND PROVISOS !!
iii Buckeye T31ock,
(On Ccrtcr Street,)
M'CONNELSVILLE, oniO.
f
P3u None but the best of Meats kept ,
none but tbe firct cluss Groceries bii1 Pro-
risinns 'ffi-red lor sale !
April 28th, 1871 2mo.
THE CALABAR GRAINS
Ars a Decide Success !
TRULY tlieeM mortar of "Bad Medi
cine" is beirg broken. Medicine must be
effectual ; but it is no longer ucceasarily
dangerous, painful or difgusting. Tbe re
markable Norrc touic aperient assists the
procefs of digestion, and m conducive of
the most perfect pliysical and mental eondi-
tinns. 1 bey cure dyppepsia, beadacbe,
sallnwncss, bi:lioasnrsg and irregn!aritics,
but their greatest success is in acting as a
preventive of these disorders. If net found
at tbe nearest Drupgisis, enclose Hlty cts.
to Calabar Grainx Co., Marietta, Ohio.
April 28th, 1871-28.
fdoilnlstraier's Kotlce.
Ifotica is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed Adminis
trator of the estate of Aron Hughs, lata of
Morgan county, 0.,dtfcV.
JO US P. HUGHS.
April Itb, 1871 3w. .
.
xotice:
Ab ;im M. Bingmnn, of ..
in the State of Iowa, will take notice,
that James II. Ewing, of the county of
Uorgan in tbe State of Ohio, did on tho
26th day of April, A. P., 1K71, Cle Lie peti
tion in the Court of t'omnion Pleas of said
eouDly of Morgan, against tbe said Abram
It. Bingman and Oliver D. T. Kmscy, sett
ing forth that tbeaaid defendants gave said
plaintiff a mortgage on the following prem
ises, to-wit : Biluulc in said ruunly of Mor
gan and being in the north half of section
, town 8, range 12, in tho Ohio Company's
Purchase, bounded as follows : beginning
at tha northwest ccrncr of. faid section.
thence south 1M poles, thence fiBt!20 and
54-iuutns poles to a stoue wliicn poinu qi
the beginning for said Lot, a white wbIdu'.
inches, north 87 degrees east 70 links,,
an Elm 16 inches south Hi degrees east
links, thence cast 76 and 60'lOOths poles
astation.apoplai i inches, south 2 links.
thence north 10 1 olec to a stnke, a sucar 20.
south 14 degrees, cast 33 links, then '3.1
north 81 J4 degrees, west li and JJ-100thz
poles to a station, a whito oak 11 inches,
qrars south 21 degrees, cast 8 links, thence
west IS poles to a station, a white oak 20,
bears north bi degrees, wedt S links and a
beeeh 12 inches, bears south 7 degrees, west
13 links, thence south 19 ro'.cs tethe place
beginning, containing 7 and43-lD0lhsa-
cres more or less, to secure the payment of
buoui i,iuu, sccoraiug to certain notes re
icrrea in in sant mortgRge, and praying
tnat saiu aeienaanu may ay the balance
due on said notes with interest, amounting
almost the sum. of $191.00, ofthisdato,
that said premises may bo told to pay
the same, and thst notes not yet due be
paid out pf the proceeds ot said sale, and
that ticre be paid plaintiff therefrom the
furlhf.fsum of$l3,50 as part of tjio purch
ase money due him for said premises, with
interest thereon from the 1st day cj Aprils
D,, 1870. Said defendant Pingman will,
further take cctir.e hct sr.id dofendant
Kmscy did, on said. 20lh day of Aprils Cls
hisanBwcr and eross-netition in said Court.
setting iorth that he had paid the onc.hf.tI
the. nolo now due, and that tho balance
said note isduc from defend't Uin;man as
his proportion, and praying that the nndi
ridod interest of said Bingman in said pre-
mUes be first seld to satisfy the sum, and
the said Abram Bingman is notified that
is required to appear and answer said
petition and cross-petition on or before the
third Saturday after tho 2d dor of June
next.
JAMES IT. EWIXC.
By J. T. Trew, hii Attorner.
April 26th, 1?71 Sw.
McCOXXELSTILLE
Bin, bcsbnooE.
H; DUNSMOOR & SON,
, . , Keep on hand a very large Stock of .
FDRXrrUBK; to-wit : CHAIRS, TABLES, BURSAS, BEDSTEADS, Ac, Ac,
At their SALE
X. B.. They employ none buf. first-class
Platform is : Lood work, goad j-ay and low
The Sash & Dobr Factory
McConnelsville, Ohio,
Furniahes to order .FLOORING, WKATHER BOARDING, SIDING, CEILING,
SASU.JSn UTTERS, BLINDS A DOORSiBOX A COMMON WIN
DOW FRAMES. BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
. . MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Flalnlns & Matching, Scroll Sawing & nipping Done to Order.
p?T Onk ,roplarnd Tine Lumber. bought'and soW.
April 21, 1871 ly
II. SPENtJK,
Dealer $ tlata and Caps, on Center St.,"castof Pub. Square, McCennelsrille, O.,
has on hands, at all times, the roost complete assortment of the
Very latest Styles of HATS and CAPS !
t '-i
HEW GOODS Received With Every Change In the Seasons !
EVERYTHING SOLD
' The Highest Cash Price paid for
April 21, 1871-ly.
Grocery and lrovision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEY have on Land, at all times,
TEAS, COFFEES.'SUGAES, 110LASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and
Keep a Full Sirpply of All Kinds
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is alwnya of the best quality.
Flour sold by the sack at the lowest rates. (April 21, 1871 ly.
Dry
Gobtls !
W. H. & C. McCARTY, Dealers in Dry Good?,
SSiion Ladies' Dress Cood Ladies' ShoeSj E(ctJ
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, McCon
nelsville, Ohio.
N. B. None but Jbo very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, 1871-ly.
ft. li. BIORRIS; .
t r
South tide of Center Si, three doors East
, . . DIALER
HAKDWAIvE, 'J'INWARp, STOVES,
UX, KAlhS, ULASS,
N. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Mower A Reaper," an improvement
o the "Climax," which gave universal satisfaction last season. Ap. 21 '71-1 y.
. .AMOS BRADY.-
North side of Center S, between East
lias Always to oner to Ills Customers the Best Qualities of
usually louna ma first
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
on nana, i rices to suit tnc times. I April 21, 1871 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
We keep on bands, god are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
We hae, also, aosxteusive line of PAINTS, DTK STUFFS, OILS and BRUSH
ES, all of which we offer to tbe Public at the lowest market rates. Also, we iovite
oar ccstomers to call and examine oar large and well selected
stock: of wall paper i
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 28th, 1871 ly. JOHN ALEXANDER.
C. ROBERTS ON,
N. "YV. Cor. of 3?ub. Squ., iMcConnelsville, O.,
Dealer
DECCS, MfDICnES,PrRE LEADS, TilSTS,
ana , . .
Physicians' J rescriptions carefully compounded, and Paiota mixed to order.
April Jl, ISn fy.
TIIE STANDARD MEDICINE FOR STOCK H
THE CELEBRATED
Ohio Farmer's Condi tiori Poivdcrs
IS FAST;
SUPERSEDING ALL
ftia
HORSES, CATTLE AND HOG'S.
Home Certificates:
t. The Ohio Farmer's Condition Powd"n is Ibe host Medicine I have ever used, aa di
have tried many others. Teamster lor McCoonelsvillu Sash Factory.
Torter A Pylc, of tbe McConnclBvilla Lircr7 Stable, bey Ohio Farmer's Coadition
Fuwders.
McC0Nrii$VlLLE,0., Oct. I, 1870. They cured" ny Lorse when I and all mj
peighbors thought be ould die. J. McDowell. -
Tonr Powders fOhio Farmer'sl should be more n.iJ amonrr the farmers t'nan'thev
are. 1 know them to he a good thing for etotk. J. A. Adair, Notary Public.
They arc a good thing lor slock. Dr. Parker.
rerASK. foe tilg omo facmek'sconditiotowdecs aud
TAKE .NO
MbConncIsviKe, Ohio, April 25.b, 1E71.
lil'SIXESS CARDS.
A. M. Ddksmoob.
ROOMS in
mechanics, and warraat all their work. Their
prices l" April 21, 1871 6m.
U. M. V'EUSZSvperinlaulmt.
LOW FOE CASH ! m
MinkSkunk, and Coon Skins I
also ,
of Provisions In this Market.
all hours of the day. None but the
try Goods? ! !
of Public Square, McConnelsville, O.,
IK
STOVE TK1MM1NGS, CUTLE-
I'J.OWS, Ac, Ac.
and Tcnn Sis., McConnelsville, Ohio,
- class family Urocery.
in
OILS, DIES k DIE STUFFS, yEEFOEal,
THE MEDICINES
PROOF 1
OTUEK.
HIISCELEAXEOIS.
NOTION
AND
MILLINERY
STORE!
C. L. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALER IN
'SS'jar'IECGLDI'SaT
AXD . ,
MILL1NEUY GOODS,
ISELL STREET
MALTA, OHIO.
reo BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM Lj
Nov. 11 1870 -if.
KGN'EY timi BCV 17 !
For Sight is Tricelcss
3
THE DIAMOND GLASSES 1 1
MANOPACTCRKD BY
J.E. SPENCER &CO.
Of N. Y., which are now offered to the
public, are pronounced by all tbe celebra'
ted Opticiaus of tbe World to be the
"MOST PERFECT
Natural, Artificial help to the bumao ej
ever known. They are ground under their
own SBpervisioo ..from ruinate Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, aad derive their
name, 'Diamond," en account ot their
hardness and brilliancy. , ;
The Scientific Principle
On wbi b they are constructed brings tbe
core or center of tbe lens directly in front
of tho eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, healthy sight, and
preventing all unpleasant sensations, euch
a$ glimmering and wavering of sight, diz
ziness, c, peculiar to an otiiera in ose.
They are mounted in the Finest Man
ner. In frames ol tbe best quality ot all ma
terials used lor that purpose. I beir finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
CAUTION". None . pennine .. unless
boarir.g tbeir trade mark st&cipcd on every
frame. - - . -
. JI. B. TIXCEXT & DRO, .
jewelers and Opticians, are eo?e agents
for McConnelsville, Ohio, from whom tbey
can only ba obtained, Thess goods are
pot supplied to Pedlera tt any price,
jane 3, 1870-ly.
Attachment IVotlce.
Lymac M. Siglcr
vs.
John Schrver.
Before Jas. M.
Gaylord, Juat
ico of the Peace
of Morean eountv. Ohio. On the 1 3th day
of March, 1371. Eaid Justice issued an order
ot attachment in the above action for tha
(lira of ?4.46. Return aerved upon earui
chee, and continued nntil Vondav, Slav 15,
171, LYMAN M. EIGLEB, riaintilT.
Apri! 7, 1871 3 w.
THE MARRIED LADIES
paiVATS
MEDICAL ADVISER.
Gives information en evary
nbjoct ot iatorest to tLe
NO LAST Cf TBI LAXD
who is marrtel, or mho
contemplates marriftgio,
iaoaUi do witbuut a culj.
8at free to ill under seal oo rwipt of 10 Cnrra.
Adircaa: UIZABETU MoTT, M. D.
EttOAUWAY, opp. A-tor Place, N.T,
Glad News!
A pernia3t cam warranted in all essaeof diMtn
rismlro-r. ijpruiecc or youthful error. resulting m
nervous dieLiliCjr.scuisii.'U Mkiu?w, amihawna, drwima,
impoi&uj, eiejt, duwaAoa, A a, bf uaiug
DO ItKLL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES,
Ta7 e&n ba 034 withoat detection, or isierfenoos
viu basicesd, azxl co oaaag oi diet u necwary.
DE. BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
wiTl etire ail ordinary cases without farther aid. Trial
boxes tent br mail sealed, od rccetpt of OVK DozXaB,
ttul stamp fur private ruay. Adai-eiw:
DO. ROBT" K. BKLU T1S Urcadway, New York.
FOH
ai r.jr:i3B ri 4e
v w ar aa a. . i
1
v
JIVaDZSS, TAKT1 K3XIC23.
If joa want a ralisble remedy for irresslaritiea aae
Da. birtet's cnaovo-THEaaiL ruts.
They will restore nature epewliTy and arc eotficient in
ail oriljnary owta. FitlcK QsK UoLLtB.
fiood Stamp Ur Dr. Harrer'e Private Xadtcal Circuit.
Br, Hartley's Golden Pills.
A remedy four deirreee etromrar for special caea.
Sate axd Be as, and teht valdabl roa haubild
LAtIEa. as tbey nertr fail t remove Uie met distress
rnic BjmMiom, no matter how loo they hare existed.
Paicc PirK Dollars ISeui by auui securely scaUd
Ktwipt of nionr. ly
EY, 715 Broadway. Kew Yort
ove and Matrimony.
The affections may be rained by following simpit
rales, aud all way marry henpily without regard
to wealth, aice or beaaty. Send 2a cunU for lb)
alioua, or lump for circular, to
JuAaJAM LUCILLE DEMARRTt'w
Kiffhth Street r. O. .Nw i ort
6rs of vd
aad Frexrlptloca
vsX will earn aar eaaa of
, WEAKNESS. NIGHTLY EMI3-A
ISIOSa. LHPOTEJUE, 4. and niton 1
perfect health. Bcrr racs to)
i who (offend sod is bow cued ,
UEP.EDOAR TEEHAKt .
i bboadwat. v. y.
CATARRH,
T' "atia ;ttt7, V2NTX
WEAK U VJbJS
' Tt terrible-dKKue. tlturh, wblrh sSMta ao teany
ottea uncxiu ia Broachitu tad CouuiiiUoa.
iHthoat doubt, be entirely r?moTod no matter now
Ism it has oxiated, AU cattes can positiveiy
23X3 ouniiD uv
proper treat m rat, and tl.OOOwill be forfeited for try
case that it fails to cere altar a thorough trial oi it
Rsv. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Rtne-ly is therarcitt and be.'t frr Kcadcbea&il Wrnk
ea are in many cac tnc co.-asc iuuu-wO ol l atarrn.
SASSAFRAS SWITCH HAZEL
Hover fails to frire immcdiato relief in ail ctuca.
R2.D THE TESTIMONY,
and Knd stamp for a circular. d-tarliBa: tho Bymrme
of tho din'sms and tirtatof tbe remedy. A pacaAce
will be avn. by mail o receipt of moaty. -FHICE
TWESTY-FIVE CESTS.
My Catarrh was im mediately rplieve-f by revr Saa
aafran and W.trh HaaoL Her. ASA
I can road witUout aearina; ppectaclcn and tiio cak
ntvs i entirely g-JUd ttinoe tsin: your Sstwafrns &i4
Wiwih Huoi, ISOKMAN liAKM;.S.
Y-wr Hi&trna srt l Witch lla:rl hn never faikd CO
relieve iu LoaUacUe wiUiin five iuinu?o.
Mr. &AKAK JONES.
AJdrcaa, Eer. BlAETIt DHTON,
iflt!fTS WAST KD EVIKIVHCXL
FOR ALL DISEASES.
TO EARN A LIVING EASILY.
and encore an honest eomp.Hence by in
dojtry, without money U etart kie witn.
The Secret U Out I
and we are wilHaa to make H known to all
AOKVT3 ARK WANTED to sell this Hook, and the
can earn from 5 to U dollar a dnr Senl f r acirculat
asd iwcimen copy. 1KH L OSE DULLAJL
Aduresa, ucl.iirur two pa t-ure stamrM.
CAUUEa A CO., m W.iliw Wreet,
Room H. hewYorkCiU
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEN.
IT WILL 1-LU.iM: EttYBOi)Y.
Scad FIFTY CENTS la ton. ml jour Mditmn tt
UlCU kAV KOOEB, Stim P . firr Yart
Ml?
X
TAKE WOTiCS ...
HI
nun
UOOFL.CJD'S COWBl-i.
To Debilitated Persnnt. To Dyiwcplics.
To Sufferers from Liver CcmplninL T
those having no Appetite. To those thil :
broken down Constitutions. To fierum
People. To Children Wasting Away. 1
any with Lelilitalcd Digestive Organs. Or
sitjfering from any of the follovnvg symy
toms, ychich intricate Disordered Liver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, and laard
Files, Fullness and Blood to the tJead, A
cidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartbur.:,
Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight
the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Siaki"r ;r
Fluttering at the pit of the Btaniach. l:z
Swimming of tLe Head, Hurr.. and f : -Ccult
Breathing, Fluitcriat a: tie I'r '.
Chocking or HulTatir.g f--:i.-at:t.
in a lying posture, l'ir.njfcis oi VLInn, T."' :
or Webs before tLa -Sil.t, Ft vor a.-j L" ."
Tcllowcto3 ol tta L'liln cr.d Lyes, Tula
the SiJe, Back, (Ju.-s:, Litua, Ac, SudJt.
Flashes ot Ilet, Duruiug in the Fl'u,
Imaginings of il, fewi C:ll),.?:z-.'.ir
of Spirits.
Ilooaand'ri Gorii2.:i Dit-lrrs
A Ditters without A'.cobc! or Spririts .
ant kind, is diCrr.t f.o:n ail ot'.tra. It :
composed of the pure juices, cr YiUi lri:
ciple ol Roots, lleiUs, tLu SL:Li, (2r. r.,
medicinally termed. Extracts, tho vcrlr.
less or inert poitioos of the ingredien t .
being csed. 1"herefore ia one boitleo: ilk
Bitters there is contaiucd as much med.rii.
al virtue as will be found iu several gal:uo?
ot ordinary miitare. Tbe Boots; 4c,
in this liiliers are grown in Germany, tbo: t
vital principles extracted in the country I
a scientific Chemist and forwarded to tl. j
manufactory in the city, waere tbey are ail
compounded and bottled. Containing rc
EDirituoua inrxredicnts this Bitters is frc :
from tbe objections urged against all oth
ers ; no desire or stimulants can be indues
ed from their use, tbey cannot make drun
kards, and cannot nnder any circumstancts
have any bnt a beneficial iffect.
Iloofland'a German Tonic,
Was compounded for those oo inclined tc
extreme oitters, and is intend sd for use ir
cases when torn? alcoholic stimulant is re
quired in connection with the tonic proper
ties of the Bitters. Each bottle of the to
nic contains one bottled the Bitters, corn
bined with para Santa Crux Uum, and fla
vored io such a manner that the extreme
bitterness is overcome, forming a prepara
tion highly agreeable and pleasant to the
thonghts, and containing the medicinal vir.
lues of the. Bitters. The price of the Ton
ic is J 1.50 per bottle, which many pereoni
think too high. They must take into con
sideration that tLe stimulant csed is guar,
anteed to. be of a pure quality. A poor ar
ticle could be furciited ata cheaper price,
but is it not better to pay a little more tc
have a goo-I article ? A medicinal prepa
ration should contain none but the best iu.
grcdients ; and tbey who expect to obtuia
a cheap etmpound. and le benefitted by i:,
will most certainly be cheated.
HOOFLANO'S GEBMAf OUTERS,
HooCand'0 German Xanlc
HOOFLANQ'S PCD0PHYLL1ANP1LL
Will cure yon. They are tho greatest
Blood 3?uriffiers
Known to the Medical world and eradicate
diseases arising from impure blood, debili';
o! the digestive organs, or diseased Liver,
in a shorter time than any other known rt
medics, .
The "hole Supreme Court r?
I'cun lvnu':t H-ci.i to'
these Kti.it --lies.
WHO WOULD ASK FOR SiOliE u.
NIFIKI) ANIilllJNUKi: II id. -MO-NY?
Hon. George li'. Tfln-tearJ.cr:..,:-1. '
Justice the Suj roue G.C t .".;.:..:
vatiia, at present Ii!ir)-.:j.- C .
Pennsylvania, ter :
i.HiLAM:i.:':'lA. Mfcrc'n 15. IsCT
I Pd HoofljEd'e Oen.-.&ri iilr.r is a '
touic, uselut in dis-.: es PTTt.; citst:ve .
gauf, and of grca: Le-.Ct vuJts cf JiJ -tj
and want of nervous ae:iir. iu t:j3?yi'.e
..Yours, truly, U.W. V.'C-Ci Vi'Afil).
Hon. James -Tfio-KpS'it, tlu,f Justice ofi ' .
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania :
Philadelphia. April 23, 18C7.
I consider llootlaud's German Bitter? &
valuable medicine in case ol attacks ol i:
digestion or dyspepsia. I C:m certify ti i
from my experience cf it. Yours, truly,
JAMES THOMPSON.
Hon. George Sharswoexl, Justice of the 5u
prune Court of d'ennsy'vania :
I'llILADKLTiUA, JujlC 1,1663. .
I have lound by experience that Hoof,
land's German letters is a vciy good tonic,
rcliaving dyspeptic symptoms almost di
rectly. t.-EOLGESHAKSWOOD.
Hon Win. P. Jiogers, Mi'yor of the City of
JSurfalo, -Ytiff York :
Buffalo, June 22, 1 609.
I hare used Hofljr.d s German Bitters &
Tonic in my family dating the past year,'
and ran recommend them as an excellent to
nic, impartiuc tone and vigor to the system.
Their use has been productive of decided be
neficial effects. WM. F. ROGER
Hon. James -V- -V'ood, Ex21ayor of Wil-i
Lain port, l a:
I take great pleasure io recommending
UooQand's Germau Tonic to any one who.
mav be eClictcd with dyipcps:,' I bad the
dyspepsia so badly it w is impossibfe to keep
any food on my stomach, and so I became
so weak as not to be able to walk half a mile.
Two bottles tt the Touic cflvcled a perlecl
cure. JAMES M. WOOD.
KEXCXBEU TUAT
UooQand's German Bitters
Ilooflancl'a German Tonic
- WILL CL'RE EVKBV CASK CP
Marasmus, or TTastlns limy
ol tlic Botfy.
Remember that IlooCand's German Come
dies arc the medicines you require to purify,
the lilood, excite the tid Liver to healtty
action, and toetulle you to pass safely thro'
any karhhipor expoiv-c. DP. HOOF'
LAND S rOZJOriil'S.I.IX.or Su'jn
siitute lor Mercury Pill, Two Tills a do6e.
The mS3i powerful, vet Innocent, Vegetable ca
thartic Inoicn. It is not ncccsdtrv to tuko a
handful of these villa to produce tho desired
eil'ect ; two of theui uct quickly and power
fully, cleansing tuo x.ivert btoxueen A Uow
ela of all impurities. Tho principal ingred
ient ia Poiioi.hvllin, r the clcoholic extract
01.1undrakc, which is by many timed r.:ora
Vonenui, acting and scarcn:si? la an t..e
ATandrakc itsuif. Its peculiar action is uyr
the Liver, clcanin? it speedily from all iJ
etructions, with all the power of mercury,
yet free from the injurious results attache! .
to the uce of that mineral, fur all diseases,
in which tlie used acathartis is indicated,
these pills will give entire satisfact-on u ev
ery case, rncy neve; Ian : incuscc; i. rtr
complaint, dyspepsia zxie. e.t.-;:r,e co. ..
neas. Dr. HoollacJ's Ccrr'tn Bitln or ;
should be used in connection v.-ith tho P. : .
The tonic effect of tae Vitterjor'iiilc iui. n
p the system.- THe B:t:ers or Tuiiic pun:. -the
blood, strcnrtheTVi the uervct, r-c
the Livor, and gives irci. c-..r.;y ai.j
vigor. Seep your low. ;? ctivo vitii t' .
pill,nd tor.e np tb v jto:n uitii P.:lter& ;
Tonic, and no disease en iCiu:: :tj huid, :
aver ajnu yu. lolkcl '.i.t ii3 i::.u
German Remedies that aic o u:iivc.-r;;i,- u
edan l blfhly rccoinineu iuil; ar. 1 Jo uui z,
low tho lru;ist to induce yna to t--.'" .
thing else tbut lie may sa :i juju i u." .
because ho makes a larj'.r u-:
These remedies will be y -'
anv locality upon appli-a:i" i: th. i rinci
pal office, at the Uarman J.it.lijlue Store,
631 Arch street. Philadelpt..-.
CHS. M. KVAXa, rr..pneiii, Icruicrly t..
M. Jack.i'ti i !'.
Th; Eci.iedio jn.-?!r3ule bv Drucz:5te.
iiinreki'epcr nl mcditin rtoaUra everv
where. Feb. IT, lsn."

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