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IOSEPH A KELLY, XD1T0B IVD PROPRIETOR.
MCON.NEL8VILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, .... July 7, ISTI.
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MONEY ! 2r,
affairs of all men when they used
every tent of money that is piv.ing
them. That time has arrived with
the publisher of this paper, and we
wish thoso indebted to us to res
pond immediately. There is not a
man in debt to ns bnt what can pay
as at once, if he is so disposed.
As a rnle, it is negligence that can-
res tfcefn to be ia our debt. Come
forward at once and pay ns what is
oar due, and we will try and give
you a good,' readable County l'u
NoncE'New Advertisements J
T. Crew's Law Card, F. W. Moore's
Law Card, and Farm For Sale.
This farm, that is offered by E. il
Statibery,' is well worth more than
is asked for it. bomebouy will get
a great bargain in it.
But rnly the. Patent FrnitJars,
for sale by W. A. Matthews & Co.
Tbe nicest Jar in which t3 preserve
Iran ever invented.
"Thi Grover & Baker Sewinc
juachine bas no equal ! Such is
the opinion of those that have used
tnem. For sale by Alex. Fiuley,
or his Agents.
tti-t. C W. nonnTRioiTT will
prech jtt.tfie Cross lioads Presby
terian Cbnrch next cabbatb, July
9th, at 4 P. M.
Ezra Osborhb, recently of this
county, died of disease of the heart
at a hotel in St. Louis, Missouri,
on Thursday night of last week.
He, with his la rai I v, was on bis
way to a home in the West.
Fi.f 11. IIanka, formerly of this
place, but now of St. Joseph, Mo.,
and Miss Ada Bevelling, formerly
teacher m tbe McConnelsvuIe
High School, were married recent
ly at Columbus, Ohio, by Kev. D.
Ts'fi' Annual Meeting of Ilia Fed.
eral Creek Valley .Pioneer Associa
tion, for 1871, occurred at Ames-
ville on the 4"th James K. Gay
lord and wife, Eli Shepard, A. W,
Walker, A. S. Dickey, and others
this locality, were in atiendanco.
is reported as having been a ve
ry interesting affair. .. t
Thk Hickory Base Balf Club, ol
this place, played a game at Ath
ens, with the Athens Club, on Wed
nesday u the score resulting in a
score ot 15 runs for tbe Hickories,
13 runs for the Athens Club.
The H'ckorios think they can beat
any Club in Ohio outside of Cleve
land. Good crops will' be tSe result rfl
farmer's labor in Morgan coun
ty thit year, if we are to judge of
rest of the county by .the ap
pearance between here and Mounts
ville. Corn, wheat, potatoes, oats,
tobacco, everything except grass,
looks, flourishing. There will be.
abundance ot fruit, also, in'tbat
Cochran, Bozman & Co. sold one
their Threshing Machines this
week vo go to Central Missouri.
wa shipped to Koehler & Kner
nsheld. Alston" Station, Mo. Ano
ther, on Tuesday, was shipped to
Coal Run ; and they bave another
ready for a narahsvillo, .Noble co.,
customer. Besides this foreign
trade, they are patronised well by
people of th'is, Coanty.
Kicdard UcElhakt, of Bloom
township, met with a. serious acci
dent on last Saturday. . While un
loading some wood from a wagon,
HcElhnny git in the way of a
havy stick, thrown from the ,w ag
by bu son, which struck hihi
back of the left temple. It was
thought that bis skull was tractur
ed, but it is hoped thai this wiJl
prove erroneous. At latest ac
counts, be was thought to be reco-
"W. A. Slit, of this, place, receiv
a telegram from St. Joseph, Mo.,
Wednesday . last, static? that
KsteRosselle, youngest daugh
of the late JSIiltsnj Seaman, f.
place, dTed on, ;the, morning of
day, and tbavber. funeral wo'd
take place the next day. She was
the tweniy-eixtn year oi ner
and leaves a husband and son,
latter a little over a year old
is supposed, by. her friends
here, to have died of hemorrhage of
Jungs. . . .
Thk Herald's p)atformwhich we
publiibeJ last week, and in which
xMa.Uereld men resolved not to sup
port other than .temperance men
offii-e, or rather hat they would
support any man in the h.abit
using intoxicating liquors as a
beverage, had to come down when
name of Mueller, Republican
candidato for CTcutonant Govern
or, was nominated. ...The Republi
can State .Convention did not pay
much regard to tho resolves of the
Me. Staktos,. who prides himself
neing a blbuiiuu j.cuipcinutp
wan. has wledtred ' himself, by ac
cepting the Republican nqninatjoH
RepVesenta'tive (see resolutions
Republican County. Convention;,
vote for Mueller, the Republicau
candidato for Lieutenant Governor,
who is a German, liberalist, who be
lieves that the Sabbath was institu
ted for no better purpose than to be
day of general hilarity, Lager
Beer drinking, ic.
VIOLIX and GuiUr Strings-Fresh
of the best reality, at Vincent's.
LOST ! The hook attachment or
upper part of an Emerald (grrcn)
E-r Drop, supposed to be lost on
i the streets of McConnelsville, with
' in vn few days.. The finder will be
rewarded bv leaving tho same at
Adair's bsok Rtore,
Zanestillr ha had two deaths,
the immediate result ol whisky,
within tho past week. One young
man, who Lnd been drinking ex
cessively, fell .over in his chair,
'dead. Another fell on one of the
Zanesvillo br.dges, when in a state
of intoxication, and met bis death.
.On the 27lh ultimo, Josoph Fris
by and wife, of Marion township.
! this county, were thrown ffen:
their buggj-, while the horse was
running away, and seriously injur
ed, Mr. Frisbv fatally. Our infor
mant says : "Mr, Frisby received
a compound fracture of tho upper
part of the leg ;. left side of cbest
mashed, seriously injuring tho
lungs. He survived till the 3rd in
stant, when death put an end to ins
sufferings. His wife was thrown
against the fence, her face, nock, ;
breast and abdomen striking tbe
ends of (he rails.- She will proba
bly recover. The accident vas
caused by tbe breaking ot tho har
ness, letting tbe buggy run on the
Railroad Matters. A great
many oi our citizens are enquiring
about the, contemplated railroad, no.
one seeming to know anything a
bout it. All. we can ascertain rel
ative to it, 13. that the Subscription
Books have been opened all along
the line, and that subscriptions of
Slock are beijig daily received.-
More than a week ago, $12,000 had
been subscribed at Cumberland,
and the subscription in McConnels
ville Las reached fcbout $12,000,:
We do not know how much faci
been subscribed in Malta, and at
thcr points along tbe line. There
is ne doubt but that if the mailer
is pushed with proper energy, the
money can be raised with which to
make tbe road a success
A Baptist Church, fcoloradV of
Futnam, held a l'ic-Nic party in
our Urove on last Saturday. One
of their speakers, Elder Robinson
ot Wellington, Ohio, touched upon
Prohibition in his remarks, about
as folluirs :
"Slavery was a great curse, a.
great crime ; but it was small in Us
hidsonsness when compared with
the. curse of the Liquor Traffic.
Slavery only affected a section of
tint country and a smnll portion of
the people ; but the Liquor Traffic
s in all sections of the country and
of. the wocld, and affect all classes
and conditions of mankind, and
brings grief, sorrow und distress
nto almost every family. Moral
re.'orns never go backward, and l!)e
one now being waged against the
lrqaor lrctLc will not be an txceA
lion to the rule
Tho Elder was in sore distress.
when he ai rived litre, for fearsome
who were at (ho Pic Nic would get
intoxicated before they left o,dr
town, but when told that there was
not an open bar in the.town b ex
claimed, '-Tho Lord be praised !"
The Pic Nickers behaved them
selves in a very praiseworthy man
ner, and elicited the praise of all
Fourth or Jclt in McConnels
ville was rather quiet. A grest
many of our ciV'zcns were absent on
excursions of orieliind and another.
The steamer Mink took a boat load
Zauesville acd back. A Pic-Nic
party from Zanesville, numbering
about four hundred, made its i-.b-
pearafcfce here,; however. They
were escorted frcm the boat land
to tbe Grove by a portion ,cf
JlcLonnelsviile fcilver Cornet
Band : but, strange to ea', the
Ziiieavi'Ie folks couldn't appreciate
service rendered. They tho't
citizens were making tun of
tbem, and got mad, and said all
manner of hateful things aloul f'o
Connelsvillo acd UcConnelarille
people. One bevy of the ZarteH
yill heH'rtsmashers were passing
a!a::g our streets, exclaiming, 'J Do
toll, if they hain't got a Millinery
store here 1" '-Why there's a Bool
Shoe store !" "Why, 'pon. my
word, thero's a School Houso "
when one of our Amazonian. beau
ties, with the voice of a slenjor,
sung out, ''Did you cversse as ngly
of women in your life as these
Zanesville womon ?" Whew ! but
wasn't there evidences of a Zanes
ville storm ! We havo had two
of colored peoplo come
from Zanesville here wittin the
year, and two of white peoplo.
id" Lhejiniversal opinion here that
white people of that city, had
bettor learn of their co'.ored people
to conduct themselves when
they go awav from home.
A PERCALE Jsacktie at Sill's for 20
cents. An excellent thing for. hot
weatherpool and neat.. Try one I.
for those who don't want s per
cale, we.haye silk, either plain or fan
cy, in tie or bow shape, as may be de
sired. Go to KILL'S. ,
RETAIL MARKET. REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 6TH.
Beans, per bushel, f 2 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to 18
Brooms, per dozen, Z2 00 to 2 25
Candles, per pound,
Star Candles, per pound,
COFFEE Cliorce liio, par pound,
Fair Rio, do , do
Good do do do
Laguayra, ... do do
Java, per pound, 25 to 28
Cheese,, per pound, 1.5 to 18
Ejgs, per dozen. 1C to 12 1-2
FISH,-Mackerel, per half-l.bl. ?6 00
Lake Herring, do do . $2 75
Potomac do . do do 5?9 10
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel, U 25
Corn, do do 65
Oats, - do do t 35
Hav, per ton, ? 10 00 to 12 OS
SYRUP N. Orleans, per gal., ,.1 00
Golden Syrup, . .do do 81) to $1
BACOX ilampex'pbund, 121-2 to 15
Sides,.. ., do,. do 8 to 10
Shoulders, ' t do do -7 to 9
Rice, per poj"n3,' , , . 70 to 12
SUGAR Brown, per.pbund, ' 10 to 14
do 15 to 17
81 50 to 1 75
$1 00 to 150
f 1 Oh to 1 20
81 20 to 1 5(1
65 to 75
80 to 90
Potatoes, new, per bushel, 81 50 to 2 00 I ry,
wool per pouni,
White sugar, .
Silt, per barrel.
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb.
Black tea, do
Japan tea,. do
Tallow, per pound.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday, Evening July 3.
..Beef Cattle The .market has
! been easier under large receipts, but
the demand being good, nearly all
were sold at. the- close. Shipping
grades sell at toan 2d, prime butch
er's -stock , at $4 50a5. medium, a
S4&4 25, end inferior 33 253 75 per
Sheep Tho supply has bstn
moro liberal, but uot excossive. and
the maiket is- steady, closing with
all sold at 2 otla4 per contal tor
common to prime sheep, rind Si 75
a3 per head lor lambs. ,
lloos The demand has been
good, and prices were .well sustain
ed the first of tb'.wek, but to-day,
with an overstock,' there was a de
cline of 25c, closing at $4 10a4 40
gross for light to heavy averages.
New York Cattle Market.
New York, July 3.
- Beeves Receipts for the weel:,
7,500 head, with 525 to-dn? 150
cars at Communipaw. 98 do at Oae I
Hundredth streot and 70 do at Wee-J
hawken. The stock about all soil
ing, tho market weak and very lit
tle change in prices. 50 good Ken
tuciiy, 8 cwt. 12c; 120 tine Illinois,
6 owt. lie; 7t prime Ohio, 8 cwt
12al3c: lot 6 cwt. Illinois, 577.
Receipts of sheep and lambs for
the we,k, 26;6C0 head, and 5,900, to,
day. The market is fair for good
sheep. Chios, 85 lbs. 5?c: 2 cars
87 lbs. Cc; car thin, 79 lbs; 4Jc.
J jambs, balUc; car prime Jeiscys,
oo ios ioc; car jen:ucKvs, ica
8c; car Canadas, 59 lbs. 9c.
Total receipts, of hogs, 29,000
head, with 9,500 to day all to
slaughterers. Prices are unchang
ed, or 5?aG?c. as tho extremes for
tVAGXEK EASLICK Bv Rev. C.
Buckingham, June 29th, at the Par
sonage in .Sharon, Mr. James V. Wag--
ner, or .Morgan county, Onto, and
Miss Mary i. i-aslick, ot iSoblo co.,
KEEVER- BAKER-rOn the evening
ol Wednesday, June, ZSth, JSiI.nt
the residence of the bride's parents,
in Centre township, by W. C Karly,
J. P., assisted by Her. L. Timber-
lake, Mr. Francia At. E.etertnd
Miss Mary E. Baker, all of Mcrjran
Jtt SI.VCSS NOTICES.
For particulars, ca l on E. M
dui; nn icu u.
LOOK IIEREI-Twool the best
Song Books you ever saw, sent post
paid, for 20 cents. Address J. 11. 80-
PUi.ll, Kosseau, Ohio. 2 it.
STOP AI READ THIS ! t !
Tou ran buy Hie Ilest ana Dry.
est C'lprars at ;Iat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post OOlre t
WE are expecting a nice line of Dry
Goods in a few days in which will be
tine assortment of Prints, both light
and dark, ol new -and desirable patt
erns. Call atSILL'8.
BMOWING MACHINES I
GRAIN CRADLES 1 v.
STKEL TOOTH AND
REVOLVING Hay Rake !
For sale by Cochran, Bozman & Co.
June 30 2w..
All grades, of Suspenders from $1.50
par oair down to 25 cents. Flentvof
elegant ones there when you w&nt
suspenders go to SILL'S.
CLOCKS'! Clocks 1 1 Clocks I! I In
Bronze, Gilt, and Basswood cases, at
THAT a first class stock of Genie".
Furnishing. Goods haa been needed in
this community no one can doubt, and
that this want. has been fully supplied
none will desy, -after taking a look
through the stock at SILL'S. Therq
vou can nnd almost any article in
Gents' line, usual! found in desirable
stocks in the city, and a great majiy
articles not to be. found in any other
house in the county. Archer knows
just what tie young men here want,
and he is determined to keep it, with
out regard to. cast. Patronize Sill's.
DIAMOND Glasses complete as
sortment, in gold, .silver, and Steel
fiames, at Vincent's.
Jf9uThe splendid stock and great s
riety of patterns of WALL PAPER, at
Adair's Book Store, is yet complete,
notwithstanding their largely increas
ed sales this season. They are as well
prepared now, as .earlier in the season,
supply Paper Hangings for all kinds
rooms, and they trim the same, rea
dy to.hang, FREE OF CHARGE.
ATTENTION, Bird Fanciers 1 ! A
nice lot of cages, hanging baskets, just
received at SILL'S. Cheaper than ev
Of the most approved style, constant
ly kept for sale at Adair's Book Store.
LADIES' travelling baskets, good si
OLD Silver Wanted I Highest price
paid by 11. B. Vincent & Bro.
Cloth and Paper W'ixdov Sradks
plain and figured constantly kept at
ADAIR'S Book Store in large stock.
The . best stock of Paper goods in
market is at SILL S. Collars,
Cuffs, etc., in great variety; also real
Linen Collars and Cuffs. ..( .
Bgl-The latest styles and most ele
gant patterns of WALL PAPER, and
heavy supply, suitable for Parlors,
Hals, I'ining Rooms, Bedchambers,
Kitchens, Stores, Churches, Offices,
Buildings, &c. is now to be had
ADAia's Book Store They can't be
surpassed in stock, styles, and prices
J. T. CREW,
Attorney and Counsellor
JIT CGNyELS TJLLE, OHIO.
.TOffice Jn.tho s5Mhast corner of Crart
House second flout. Will practice in tbe
counties ot Morgan, Athena, anil Washing
ton. July 7,'71.
F. W. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR,
A T LAW,
Will practice in. the eonntiss of Mor
.. pan and Noble
OFFICE in the., tautheatt corner of Court
Iloiue, McCnnr.elsville, Ohio.
Jcly7, 1871. .... ...
Fariir for Sale V
160 acres in Union township 110 of
which is cleared land, 30 acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
the door, good coal bank. Price
$3,000. Payments easy. Must be sold
somebody will get a bargain.
GROVER U 1IAKEK.
it en awarded tht highest Prcniicosa
lh State Fairs of
Have alio been awards these Masbiiies
I tbe ezkibiiioas of
M i ? ? ? ? ?
The very hiehest pris?, TH E CE0?S
OF THE LEUION CF HONOR, was
conferred on tbe representative oi the
Grover k Baker Sewing Machines, at Ike
Exposition Uoiversalie, Pari, 1667. thns
attesting their great superiority over all
ther Sewing Machines.
(rfr i k $
POINTS OF BXCELLENCB :
Bmuly mni ElaMieity ef Siith.
Firthan and Simplicity nf Machinery.
No fattening ttMmt by fund mud n
v of thread.
Widt rangt f application ttitfioul ehani
... i i. . -
The seam retains its beauty .and firmness
after washing and ircnins;.
t. .- :
Besides doiDjr all kinds ef work done by
other S'-wing machines lite Kla'lic S'itch
machine execm.rs the most ixautiluland
ermufnt EmbroiJery aud oroaantat
JILBX, F.1NLEY is the Gecers!
Afentlor tiie sale nf tht) Urortr Si
Baker Shuttlo or Luck Stitch ila
cljinfe ani .thb , Elastic , Stitch or
Trq Sp'jcl ilachi,i:o,.,in the cquii.
1:38 cf Morijati. Altietiti, and LXouk-
ing, and. has' his traveling Agonto
nil through these ceanties. Any
persona wishing a first-class Sew
ing Machine, just wtiut is needed
for family use, should call on Air.
Fin ley or an of bis Agents.
May 12," 1371 tf.
McCO.VEI.S VILLI? IIISI.CSS CARDS.
15 dots and Shoes!
T: C. VEATCII,
MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES, OddFilio-v Bcildinq,
Oh East Street, McConnelsville, Ohio. .
Boots and Shoes, fur LJie, UenU, and Children, manoUeiared to ordrr n tbe short
est possible notice. None bat the oe.t rf Stock worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSORTVEXTof Boots and Shoes sW ara eo hand lor those wt.o want to
boy readj-made work. COBBLING done atatlj auj warranted to give perfect
sitiafaction. Give me a call. T. C. TEATCII.
June 30th, lfcTl.
South side of Can Ur St, three doors East of Public Square, .VoConnaltTllla, O.,
. , , DR.4LSB is
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOTE TUlMli.f.NGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS, PJAYS, &e., Ac.
X. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gate universel satisfaction last season. Ap. 21 '7l-lr.
2 J1C G.S tZZZ JSS
Itorlh side of Center St., between East and Penn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has AIM ays to Ouer.to.IIIs.CuUoniers tbe Rest qualities or
.'..' 11 J 1 x - T W V aT
K. B. Flour by thdaack. nd kinds of proTi'iions, in th market, lwy
on hand. Trices to suit ih times. April 21, 1871 ly.
J 0 HN ALEXANDER,
.. . r"t keep on hands, and are constantly receivioj
LARGEt STOCKS OF DRUGS AXD EDICIXFSf
eof, also, an extensive line of PA S?. VY h H IC FFa, OILS nd KUU5II.
" i oi wuica we cller 10 ibe rublic at Ibe lowest nork-t ratca. AI.
our ccttmers to call end examine cur large and well seltciej
STOCK OF WJLL PAPER I
,. WHICH WE AUE SELLLStr ESCiKMNGLY LOW.
April 2Sth, 1371ly JOHN ALEAXNDEH
, we invite
T. W. Cor. of Pub.'Squ., IcCoanelsville. O.,
BIB STUFFS, rSBFCHBai,
detgs, djiaES, Jure ikjds, piists, oils, diss &
hriicians' rreseriptions aarefully eompoundeil, and PainU mixed to oriir.
SI, 1871 It,
F. II. KAULER.
' ( 4
Dry uoocs, uiocenes, Doots and bnoes;
(N. TT. Coriitf East nzd Cenfre Streets) .
. M.'C0NNJ:L3 VILLE.cn iO.
NKW GOODS received, reen'arly. The tiehest priie raiil for t'OUX I P.T
FKOD JCK in rzebaoge lor Gooiia. I vUv 4 '71. It.
IIisl DcssMoot. - - " a. M. Dcsshuoa.
:, , .. Keep oa hard very large Stoca: of
FCRNITTJEE, to-wit: CUAlKtj, TABLES, BURKAS, BEDSTEADS, 4c, At.,
. At their SALK KOOJ.-i ia
McConnelsville jlixjd malta.
K.B. Thy employ sone bnt first-class mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tnsir
Pla'.lnrm ia : "iiood work, good 1 ay and low pric:s I" April 21, 1871 Sm.
UN DRT A K E R S !
R, D. JOHNSON & CO-r
STortli-East corner or Centre and Penn Streets,
t McCOXXELSVILLE, OHIO,
Keep constantly on hand complete assortment of OfB.is. Burial Cases, Ac, and bave
their employ Robert A. Pinkerton, who will make this department ol bosiuessa ipe
eialiy. Ia connection with their business, they have fined np a first-class
are prepartd to furnish all patrons with whatever they may Want in their LIXE.
ifay 12, 18711".
The 8ash & Door Factory,
Fnruishts to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, S.'DING, CKJLIXU
SASII, SHUTTERS, BLINDS 4 DOORS, BOX A COMAON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKE'S, BUTTONS AND
Plaicint; &. IZalcblnp, Scroll Snaring & Rlvplns Done to Order.
' Oak, Toplar and Fine Lumber bouir'at eai 10M.
April 21, 18711 U. M. AVELLS, SupminttnJtnl
Dealer ia Flats and C.-.ps on Center St., east of Pub. Square, McConnelsville, O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of ITlTS and CAJPS !
XEir GOODs Recelred TTKh Every Change in tin Season I
ffS ?ERTTSI.C SOLD LOW FOR ClSHIa
- y . : k.
19 The IRgUtt Cask PricM paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins I
April 21,1371 -ly.
Grocery and Provision &torc !
& C. W. MUlMEY. kve on hand, at all times,
the best of .
TEAS, C0FFKZ5, SUGARS, .VOLASSKSt AND GROCERIES GEXEHaLLT,
, - and also
Keep a Full Supply oi All Kioda of rrovlsians In this Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open stall hours of the da.- Nofieiiut the
of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of t!'e best quality.
Flour sold by Ihe sack at the lowest rates. " April Ulr 1371 - ly.
iry Goods ! Bry &oods !
li. k C. McCAltTlf, Dealers in Dry Goods,'
, ITalioci Ladies Dress CooJs Ladies' SLors tf
the North side of Center Street, two doors last of Public Sqaare, " ilcCa-
IT. B. Tioha but the very .best quality of (roods of an kin erer kept aad
always sold at the lowest o: cash prices. Ladies' Xress Goods maie a SPECI
V. - ' ' -April ITT v. :
ZAXE$VILLU I31MKSS CARDS.
Rutledg3 dkr Bailiey.
Altera' Block, Xo. 56 Main Street, ZaneiTille, OhI,
opDfJ a complete Stoek of Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Extra So
pers, Srper&os, Htc'iam Safiers, Ingrain, Vfoetians, Djtch Wool, CotUife, Hemp,
Rig Carpets. ALSO Wall Pspers, Window shades, Blattt. Rags. Oil Cloths, Ac.
Afraots tor Uarbleised Uantles. We invite the Pab'ie to call and eiaraioa oor
Jans 3, 1871.
BU KHO UGH & CO.,
Whd!eli acd BeUil Dealers in sod mai.
PLAIN AjND FANCY
Vv O Tt "K"
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
t , - A!1D
cc&rranteed to Giro Perfect
. WINDSOR CHAIRS,
rarlor Work and Chamber
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Rooms, No. 70 Main Sire;,
ZAXES TJLLE, OHIO,,
X. B. Cash paid for seasoned Lombr
rHSBT.Bi A. DASA. Idltor.
A Kewepeeevet the Preset Tl e.
Ieteniiti far Pseale Hew ea Xartk.
IneradliU Tsiiueis. Macbulca. Vsnbanla. Pt
Sutonal Msa.'Woikan.'rtilnken, mod mil Ma
ner of Bom rolka, sod tbe Tflfas, Base, es4
CUT OJTE DOLUS A TUS t
OH HTJBSOTD COPIES POB UC
Or lea tkaa One Cent a Cony. Let tfeoe
30 Clob aterwy Pnat Odea.
BX3nWXSBJLT BUH, 93 A txas;
ef tbe same atse and fmtrml ebanetar u
THS WXSSXT, bnt with a s'ui variety ot
amrallaneona readaig. sad farattiiac the amri
T-rrrttTimrniiiiisirtta nnatnr mutinies imiaii
u eonws twice a weak taatmd or oooa oa.
THX DAILY SCH, 86 A YXAB.'
A prnSmliwnttT readable Beetpeper. wita r-4
Urznt circalUon in tne world. FH taa
Mwlaiit. and fesrteM tn politics. All Uit i ,
Jro eTaryw&era. Two cants a Cop 1 bf ttf
fie osnts a awnth,or ta josx. .
TEEMS TO CLTJB3L
TBS DOLLAR. mzs.LT UTTzl
Plve eoptas, one rear, aeparatelr address,
Tee cevMa, one Tmr. aSpafalely ulili imikI
aaextneopj tothasoocr ap otcioti).
KUht Delis .-r.'
Testily eoTtfS, one year, sensrstetr add-w j
(and aa aumoosr to the settnr up or cmt!.
IWy eoplfs. one vear, to one art dress isnd :-
Sstnt-WsaaJjooe jresr to gucr np ofclDb).
Titer conlca. one year, s-psrstel j Mdraswti i . ,
.sua Semi-WseklT oae rear to tetter an olmv
One nandred copies, one ysar. to oaa s-sss
(and toe ImIIt (or oae 7 sax to the inr - .-i
elno). FtftT Oetimi..
On ntmdrad eoplse, one ysar. separatrty .
dressed (and Ihefiaujigroo rar to tnsgev
apotolahj, blxtj iinjc .
. THI Sm.WIISLT ner.
nre so pi as. one year. ssnaratelT addrssssd.
Tsa eodes, one Tear. sepsratelT addrtned t.f
ea n eoey to geuor up or etaB).
. ... f Wxteea DelUre.
- - ezxo Tom koitzt
to Post OSee otden. cheeks, or drafts or i
Tort wbersTtr conreoieot. If not, taea its.
she Kttara onnninlns money. Addrss .
L Tf . JWOXA WD. Pnbrtuhwr. "
8aaoffles,S6w lorh Cr..
THE MARRIED Lt.l
' raiVATst . i
"a 5 GHs?infrir!sitio3 -a
N a latt nr tht
who w mrri,
eon tru placet mirr-
svaouiu u vitLoat .
Sal frw to tH nnder set on rfipt of to C .
AdtlrMs: ELIZABETH AioTT. '.
BsUAauWAr. opp. Aur rUw . . ; .
A prrannt earsj fa wjTnti in Ileucn'-f
sarin of from im prudence orroathfoi rror!s.reii:.- i
Btoiiadbiut,seniiiLsvl wcakneM. cmiioiiJ,tii.-i.. .
im potency, gUot, Aitmtmmm,, ttx, by rs?- .
Drt. fiL.L.S SPECIFIC ilfcCffit!!
Tbny can be used witboai dtci'rm, or uH-rf: re, i
wilisv tniina, aad DOcAan of diet is ac ?j
DIU BEIX'S SPECIFIC PULLS
wfTf CTxr all ornmary rart w!tiiT ftrrth-rr a. J T
boxejej sjefnt bf Dtail aad, OB Cf lt nf (J DcX-... JL.
Satsal iiAinp for iriTAU iimt. Aiiui-sf :
liK. ROB T E. KkLU 715 hraaway. New T
fcmrf ill aArvrfr, a. . -
If joa want a nUabl raaMdy for irrrubariUr- r -
DR. BA&TET'S CHRO.YO-THEUit F.l
Thtyy wiH rvtnr nAhn t1ilT anf are vzr v '.:
orlLpary eaaea. Price Okr iolur.
Saad atiicp for Dt lUnej i Pri-at Modtcal CU U.-
Dr. Sarvey's Oclden rilli - - -
ratnedy fonr jiffgreaa tronfr tot- spciaF r'"V"-.
tiarx and Seas, a,si tcst vali-ablx k --u-w
Ladles, aa they never fail to remove tle mcnt dt1
srmptoma.' no matwr how Ions tliy hatAK U.
cararwiDsor mrmsT. br
!!. JOHN OAHyTT. 719 Broadvar.
Seat bj uuti acour?ly f V
love, and IVIatricxoay.
1. Tha aJfectfortti ma b ramel hr falU,r'Tf n. -?
1 ralea, and all may marry happily wit bout -a mi
I to (aJtQ, ar or beaat. hnd aenta ah
VfsBooiw or Ktamp fur circnlar. to .
iUDAM IXCiLLE DtlMATini'
' vr. VAaf TS -
y Buw and rtetcrfpiioTi
r .-tnaa wul cor any eaaa or V
SKMTTfAI. WEAKNESS. NIGHTLY EMI 3-
ISJON'3, IMPOTENCE, Icl, aad raator loai j
atXaXby oaa who aafferad and a now rnmi '
.Saodatasiv. EDGAR TBEZUAl7fE.v
va BROADWAT. . T.
Ths inribl diasa. Catarrtl, which affcta mn-jf
Itaa Sarminatas ia Braocaitia aod Co&aampkMM.
sHihoiai ooM. ba antirr'y rssaoval tmi watHr.a9
is haa axiatad. All eanaa can puailis.:
BE CUnETJ EV
proper trfatmcTit, and ftl.Ono will b forfeitsMl fr arr
that ia (ails to onra aitar a thorooch trial ol tr.
ReT. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Kerady il Qtt ftnrvaV-and bact for He1arb and Vf
arc ia many aaaaa tha oDaagaitoa of 1 aaa . tu
SASSAFRAS SWITCH HAZEL
Ksvsr fails to siva tmmedista !ief in all cases.
' BEAD THE TESTTMOSV,
tari stamp for scirctdaiL fetahnK ths prmr-tCTS
tba disease and virtues of th rcrjvfr. A pacsasa
ba sent by mail on racaipt of mo Dry.
-.- PRICK TWESTY-FrvS CK.ST3. -
y Catarrb waa tmn-adlataly rstieved hr r-rr Sas
sslrassnd Witcb HaaaL krr. AHA BHOWS.
can read vttboas waartag s-ctac)ss and the waali
esa is sntiraly con siaos u'ns yoar SaaMfraa aa .
VTuch Haiel. m7kJIN BARNES.
Your Sasaiifras sad Witcb Hatcl haa narsr latiad sa
raiiara mj haai'scfts vittua umuts.
Mrs. SARAH J03ES.
Addrsss, Bar. MAKTTV MTTOI.
Bibla House Station. Hew Tor.
mi viitis miiwaiit
L.' Ai Bia-VUJ'-is i-
FOR ALL DISEASES
J TO EARS A LIVING EASILY,
j satt euaui s an sonaas coaipetanro ns ra
TIM Scent Is Out!
and are willinr to make it known to 'I
ACB5TS ARE WANTED to soil this Boos, sod U
ear from S to 10 dollars s day. Pnd for s eireuuat
mwinun copy. PhUCK USE DOIXAJL
Art Ireas. saelosins two poMa;s stama.
RA&BKR A Oil. ea William
& S York Civ
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN CF EDEH.
IT WIU, PLBAS8 VKBTBODT.
sad TITTY CESTS far onr. sm! roar address M
Muu If ART ttOOH S. Siatiaa P., Hsw lerll