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KKLLT, EDITOR AKO PROPRIETOR.
il COHiiELSYILLE. OHIO :
miPAT July 14.
T IS It jSX "
One copy, one year, when
not paid in advance, $2.00
One copy, one year, casta
in advance, $1.59
Ta a Club of ten, one dol
y lar and thirty-five cent":
To a Club of filtecn, one
dollar and tiventy-five
cents each, $IS.73
For the Campaign or 1S11, 40
Cent per Copy.
S&- ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up, in all cases, at tha rate of
Two Dollars a vear.
11. B. Vincent & Bro. are the
local agents here for the sale of the
trrover & Baker Bowing machines.
T T Ctjv im V IB TAnAVflf inir ilitnnra
about bis Merchant Tailoring Estab-
1 1 . j i r ii
iibuoiHii geiuug rcauj lor lue rail
Thb Special Term of the Court
of Common Plea, for Morgan Coun
ty, convenes on Tuesday morning,
A shock of wheat was struck and
consumed by lightning in James
A. McConnel's -wheat field, east of
town. flnrin a tliA storm nn Mnnrfnv
Gentlemen from "Windsor end
Center townships, this count, re
port that the Prohibition cause i
fust paining ground in both those
Tn SIahkets. No chance in the
home market since our last issue.
Cattle were quted in Cincinnati last
Monday, at eJ to 3 per hundred;
Hogs, at from S4.15 to $1.55; Sheep,
at from $2 to $3.
A ( kakddaciiter of Daniel Boone,
th Kentucky Indian hunter and pi
oneer, is now the widow of ex-Governor
Bojigs, and resides in Kapa County,
California, on the old homestead where
the family settled nearly twenty-five
Ths Herald hoists its platform again,
or done so last week. Why doesn't
it tear down the names of Mueller,
Williams and Hosmer from thd state
ticket. Whisky and lager beer won't
mix with temperance no more than
oil will with water.
Thompson A. Robinson, of Bloom
township, died on Monday last, at
his residence,. He Tas buiied at
Wesley Chapel on Wednesday. He
bad been a member of tho Baptist
Church for thirty-uiDe years, and
was about sixty years of age. He
died of consumption.
A test of tho Babcock Fire Ex
tinguisher wua made in the Public
Square of this Village on last Sat
urday evening. The Extinguisher
proved satisfactory, and the proba
bilities are that our town council
will purchi.se a half dozen of them,
at $60 apiece, for the use of the
The Fomeroy Crescent, of last
week, savs the jail ttatistics of
Meigs County, for tho year ending
Jane 30th, 1871, foot up as follow:
' Whole number of prisoners for
tho year, 141 as follows: Men,
111; women 23; boyB, 3; girls 1; in
sane, 8. Of the above number eix
tytwo were committed directly for
We notice a new paper, the Dai'
ly Dispatch, is now issued in Co
lumbus, Ohio. Among its con
ductors and editor, are several gen
tlemen who were recently engaged
on the Columbus Crisis. The Dis
patch is an evening paper, and ably
couducted, and is independent in
politics. It is just such a paper as
has long been needed at the State
We should have mer.tioned ere
this, that the Columbus Crisis has
been merged iu tho Ohio Statesman,
and that the Statesman, under pres
ent management is one of the most
reliable Democratic papers in the
West. Those of our citizens, who
think they cannot get along with
out a Democratic state organ in
their house, cannot do better than
subscribe for the Siatesmnn. Ad
dress, Ohio Statesman, Columbus,
Johs Oglevek, of Bristol township,
is a lucky man. His wife presented
him with a pair of twins both boys
a week or so ago, making five boys she
has presented him with within the
vast four rears and a half, and all
whom are living. Four pair of twins
have been born on Ovlevee's farm
within the past ten year?, indicating
an unusually healthful locality. Ogle
vee has our thanks for a basket of very
fine eating appies he brought us Inst
week. W e suppose lie thought he
"owed the apples." .
Jacksoh Miller, son of Samuel
jliller, of Malta township, attempt
ed to water a pair of horses or his
father's in the river just above the
Malta wharf on last Saturday, and
the lines becoming entangled in
some way, tbe horses became un
manageable while in the water, re
sulting in their being drowned.
Mr, Miller barofy escaped drown
ing himself. Fortunately for hm
mother, who bad been ih the wag
on with him, she took the precau
tion to get'out of it just before her
eon started to water the horses.
The horses were worth about 5300.
This makes four horses that have
been drowned at the plaeo above
named, and in about the same man
lier, in the past lour or five years
TnE daily papers, of tho past
week, are full of easualities, sui
cides, and shooting affrays. Do
twoen New York City and Niwark,
N. J., on the JSewark Railroad, on
the 8th, five persons were killed,
and fifteen wounded, and hundreds
of thousands of doViars were lost in
damages, by a irakeraan turning a
train of, cars in the wrong direction,
causing a collission. At Dayton,
O., on Sunday last, a terrible tor
nado demolished a German Luther
an Church, in which Sunday School
was being held at tho time, blew
the Washington Street Bridge
down, and unroofed and damaged
about fifty buildings,' by; means of
all which eight persons were killed
and tnirty wounded. Murders and
Buicides three of the latter in Cin
cinnati atone have been too u-
merous to-enumerate, and nine out.
of ten of thctn have bocn caused by!
The "True Democrat."
The above is to bo tho title of a
Democratic paper to bo started
here shortly by F. A. Davis, the
lirannon effort to supply tho wants
of th6 Democracy having proved a
It is to be called the '-True Dem
ocrat" in order to place it before tho
peoplo in an unmistakable light;
and, as near as tho adoption of a
name can secure that result, it is
successful. But in these days of
variety of opinion, and of "inde
pendence of thought and action,
the question arises, what is it to be
a true Democrat? what principles
mustapapor hold in order to enti
tle it to the name of "True Demo
craf!" and tho result is that what
seemed plain and easy of coopre
hcns:on on the face is filled with
doubt and perplexity on investiga
tion, and the minds of men are mis -
tified in cosritaticff uncn the mat -
tcr. Consequently, in order to re-
Iieve the public mind frem tho qreit
pressure bearing upon it because of
the uncertainty of the principles
that the editor, or tbe editors, as
the case may be, of tho new paper,
will launch forth as "truly Demo
cratic," we ask them to define their
position on the following questions
in the first issne:
iris. Are thev jn favor ot a
Whito Man's Government? Were
all, or any, of the existing laws
making this other than a bite
Man's Government strictly, consti-
tulionally enacted? If the laws ex
tending the rights of citizenship to
the African race were unconetitu.
ticnally enacted, and are they now
null and void, except as tney are
being enforced by the psirtv that
enacted them? Is it truly Demo
cratic, nowa-days, to hold that ths
African is a man and brother? or is
:t truly Democratic to holJ them
to be incapable ef self-government,
fit only to be sliv. s tf tho Cau
cassian rae? Is it truly Demo
cratic to bol-cve that we will be
come a nation of hybrids in
consequence ot making the African
a citizen, or is it not?
2nd. Was tho act making pa
per money a legal tender constitu
tional, or was it not? Is it Demo
cratic to bo in favor of a return to
specie payment, or is it Democratic
to be in favor of flooding the coun
try with greenbacks?
3rd. Is it Democratic to hold
that there is no right of secession,
or is it not?
4th Is it Democratic to bo in
favor ot Protection, or Free Trade,
or a limited Protection?
5th. Is it Democratic to stop the
influx of the "Heathen Chinee," or
is it not?
6tb. Is it Democratic to endorse
the "New Departure' ? If so, what
does the endorsement mean? Does
it mean that the 13lh, 14th and loth
Amendments are endorsed by the
truly Democratic, never to bo dis
turbed by them, but always to re
ceive their support? or does it mean
that the truly Democratic, merely
acquiesce in their being recognized
as portions of tho law of the coun
try for tho time; that is until the
Democrats got into power and are
able to sweep them from the stat
7ih Is it truly Democratic row-a-days
to stand by any well defined
principles that are to affect the peo
pie at largo for weal or woe, if car
ried out; or is it truly Democratic
to scramble only for place, or posi
tion, and the emoluments thereof?
8th. Is it traly Democratic to
allow men to murder, rob and steal;
to cauFe others to do tho same; to
fill our almshouses with beggars,
our jails and pcnitetiaries with con
victs, our insane asylums with the
demented; to fill our land with
widows and orphans, ragged and
starving; to double our taxes and
cripple honest industry all thro'h
the Liquor Traffic? Is this truly
We make tho above inquiries
with a view to having the 'True
Democrat" answer them when it
makc3 its appearance. When a
man, or paper, assumes to do in
posscBsion of the real, true, pure
article, and wants the public toen'
dorso it, there should be no hesita
lion in exposing it to the public
;xe. So. e look forward to the
first isssuo of the '-Trite Democrat,"
that is to be, with considerable in
The "True Democrat." County Lodge Meeting of Good
The County Lodge of Good Tem
plars will hold its next regular
meeting at the Malta Good Tem
plars Lodge, on Friday, the 28th ot
July, 1871, at 2 o'clock, 1. a- In
the evening of the same day, and at
the same plaee, there will bo a pub
lic meeting, to which all are iuvit
ed, and which will bs addressed by
Revs. C. W. Courtriirht, T, J.
Wakefield, and F. J. Gather.
Morgan Co. Common Pleas
So it goes, tbe country over, and
we hope we will succeed in break
alcohol. Jing up both of the old parlies.
List of Petit Jurors for the Spec
ial Term, commencing Jnly 18,
1871, at 8 o'clock, a. m.:
Henry Black moro,
C. C. Cneadlo,
T. J. Williams,
A. J. Lawrence,
D. S. Wadsworth,
The Prohibitionists of Franklin
County held a routing meeting in
Columbus t few evenings smco.
Tho speaking was from the west-
fro-iit of the State muse, and J.
W Stiiichcombe, Prohibition can
didate for Attorney General, was
tho principal speaker. Franklin
luunty, all know, is largely Demo-
cratic,.and tho Domocrats complain
there that the i'rohibitionists are
working into the hands of the Re
publicans; all corresponding with
the cry of tho Republicans in this
County, where the Republicans are
in .the majority, that "you are
breaking up the Republican party."
History of the War in Europe.
Tbe National ruhlishing Co., of
Cincinnati, ha3 just issued a very
valuablo historv of tho late war
between Germany and France,
from the pen of one of our most
popular writers, Mr. James D. Wc
In a large volume of 800 octavo
pages, the author tells a wonder
ful story all the stranger becauso
of its truth. He tolls of battles
which have shaken Europe to its
centre, and the consequences of
which, even we of the Western
world must feel; of patriotism, he
roism, military skill and statosnmn
ship, never surpassed in history.
The author writes with tho weight
and force of truth, and the great
merits of his book are its reliabili
ty and stiict impartiality.
" The book is complete in cverv
It describes the causes
and the events which
!of tho war.
'preceded it; tho opening campi.ign,
, . i r- . i' 1 1 - 17 t .
anu mo urfib revcrstm ui iue x n-ii;u,
the effect of theso reverses on tho
French people; the frantic effort to
rescue tho beaten army, and the
terrible disaster of Sedan; tho cap
ture of tho Emperor Napoleon, and
an estire army; tho Revolution m
Paris, the rise and the formation
of the Republic; the flight of the
Empress from Farin, the siege and
surrender of Strasbourg and tho
frontier fortresses of France; the
triumphal advance of the German
armies to Panp; the efforts of Ba
taico to escape from Metz, and the
final surrender of his army, tho mi
vestment and siege of Paris; tho de
tailed history of the great siege; its
plans, sorties, battles successes and
failures; the course of events in the
beicagured city, given in the form
of a full diary of tho events of the
siege; the campaigns on the Loire,
and in other portion of Franco,
the peace negotiations, the surren
der of Paris and the treaty; the na
val history of tho war, the diplo
matic history on both the Uerman
and French sides; the history of
the formation of tho great German
empire, the proclaiming of King
W iiliam Lmperor, and the rcaiiza
tion of German unity; the events of
tho civil war and the second siege
of Paris, its terrible scenes of blood
shed and vandalism, with a mm
utencss, graphicncss ;id brilliancy.
which leaves nothing to bo desired.
No intelligent person can afford to
bo uninformed as to Ihefc events,
which have left so drop an impres
sion on the world s history, aim
few will fail to read this splendid
work; or, having read it, tc endorse
it as the Standard American Histo
ry cf the War.
In this age of sensational litera
ture, wo cannot too highly com
mend this bril:iant and thoughtful
narrative to our readers. The
book is handsomely bound, and il
lustrated with 130 maps, portraits,
battle sceiios, and views of tha prin
cipal localities connected with tbo
war. No expense has been spared
by the publishers to make it worthy
of the support at the public and we
prcaict lor it so immense sale, es
pecially as its low price brings it
within tho reach of all. It is pub
lished in both English and German,
sold by subscription only, and the
publishers want agents in every
Br referring to tho Grorcr &
Baker advertisement in this paper,
it will be seen that Alex Finley is
now tho agent for tha sale of these
machinesm Washington, Musking
um and Vinton counties, as well as
in tho counties of Morgan, Athens
and Hocking. Finley is pushing
this business with remarkablo en
ergy, and will 60on, if ho has not
already, have his sub-agents trav
elling through every portion of
these six counties. The Grovcr &
Baker is a ready f alo wherever it
is known. -
i)o:-l.EC Tobacco, the oH style, just
received at P. SWEENEY & CO S, ad
joining the Tost-office.
Dox't lose sicht of the Slock of Drv
Ooods at SILL S. They are selling as
cheap as the cheapest, and will not be
undersold. Dry Goods and dents' Fur
nishing Ooods are iheir lines of busi
ness. SIlveb Pes-r FirVr
' Silver Tea Forks,
Silver Dinner Forks,
Tlain and Fancy Patterns.
U. B. VINCENT t BRO.
Nkw rrints. nice styles, prime goods
and fast colors, at .SI LL'S.
LOOK HERE ! Two ol the best
Song Cooks you ever saw, sent post
paid, for 20 cents. Address J. H. S(
PIJER, Iiosseau, Ohio. 2v.
STOP AX READ TTSSSS ! ! !
iou can buy tiie lies! ana Dri
est Cigars at lat. Sweeney's,
net door lo Ihe I'ostOfiite!
DrrLirATKS for any part of the Grover 4
Baker Sewing Machine .furnished on ap
plication. K. B. VINCENT BT50.
"OrR nice Collars," at SILL'S; "Our
elgant 'eck-tie," at SILL'S.
The Illoofly Kiot
Jn New York, on the 12th ifist., is
now the occasion of much comment,
but an examination of the large and
fine assortment and splendid stock of
WALL i'Al'LIC, at Adair s Boo it Store,
will satify any one that this is tin p'nee
make purchases, at low figures, and
where you can obtain the handsomest
patterns and latest styles of Taper
Uani'ings. Thev trim all Paper sold
by them FHEE OF CHAKGE.
Dbivixg Gloves, Kid Gloves, Silk
Gloves, Calf Gloves, and Berlin Gloves,
together with a supcib stock of Ho
siery, may be found at SILL'S.
Just received and opened at Adair's
Book Store, Their frequent purchases
enable them to keep every thing requi
red in their line, and a full, complete,
and fre&h stock of desirable Goods, -
Tiif cry is, "Stijl they ccme!" What
comes? Why, new goods and new at
tractions at SILL'S.. Go there and
Sleiiiorandnms, Pass flookft,
And Blank Books, of ull sizes and
kinds, constantly kept at ADAIK'rf
Book Store. They keep a full stock and
make frequent additions. Fresh sup
ply this day received.
The "Tycoon Cuff," at SILL'S, is the
best paper cuff in cloth thread, heavy
edge; best imitation linen in the mar
New supply of Statiokkrt received
this day at ADAIR'S Book Store. They
keep the best qtfality of all kinds, and j
finer and better grade of Goods than
can he found elsewhere in th''s locality. I
Protector. Notwithstanding a cer
tain firm in McConnelsville styles them-,
selves sole agents fur the sale ot the Pro
tector Fro it Jars ell-?ea!en,l I won!d
inform the public that tbe above jir it for
sale at the Malta Queensware Store, both
wholesale and retail- Also the largest and
l-est assortments of Fruit Jars bdJ Jelly
Tumblers and Cups to be found in the two
towns. Farmers anil others in want of any
thirg in the Fruit-jar line will do well to
give mea call.
J. S. WILSON.
K2,MO WING MACHINES 1
STEEL TOO I II AND
KEYOLVLNG Hay Rake !
For sale by Cochran, Bosnian & Co.
June 30 2 w.
Shirting Checks, Dress Ginghams,
Muslins, Ticks, Drills, etc-, at SILL'S.
Tka, Dessert and Table Spoons, plain, Ol
ive and Romnn patterns, Single, loublo
and Triple Plated.
II. B. VIXCENT k BRO.
E-rJVBac' Xos. of Macazine8 and oth-.
er Pkrioihcai.3 supplied to order at A-
DAIKS Book Store.
What Xkxt? -A new lot of Collars,,
Culls, 'I ies, liows, CuB-buttons, Combs,
Pocket-books, etc , this week at
Remember you can get the best and
dryest Stogies, as well as the nicest
Chewing Tobacco of O. E. COOAKAX,
sign Jim Crow.
B.Sp!endid Comjikrcial Note Wri
ting Paper just opened at ADAIR'S
Xobbt styles of light colored Si'.k
Bo W) for party or evening Wear, on
display at SILL'tS.
If you wish air dried Stogies, an d
those which Lara age, call on U. E.
BJu Razor Strom, PhatiSo'Soafs, Sha
ving Brcshes, and the best KAZOll-S in
the country, always kept in stock a
Adair's Book Store.
Isr the Stock at SILL'S, may be
found cheap Neck-ties for boys, plain
'lies for old gents, and fancy Ties and
Bows for young men; and the nicest
Collars you ever saw; and in suspend
ers they can't be beat.
Do not smoke damp, broken or in
ferior Stogies, when you enn get pood,
dry and free smoking cigars Ironi C. E.
t?3-Splendid Toilet or Hand Mir
rors received this day at ADAIR'S
MAcniNE cotton and silic, DVess Cords,
Skirt Braids, Knitting Cotton, and
Notions generally, at SILL'S.
"Pare UolU I"
Fresh stock of this new and popular
Sabbath School Music Book received
this week at ADAIR'S Book Store.
QrKExswARK, Woodenware. and Gro
ceries in assortment, at SILL'S.
Of Kansas, Missouri, West Virginia,
and Omo late and reliable just recei
ved at ADA R'S Book Store.
Wi can supply Trunks, Valises, Bags,
Satchels, or Muskets, of any descrip
tion, better than nny house in the
county. F. SILL i U.
KEvV UiVEKTISK.H EXT!.
tterjdJftin C. Treston, whose rcsiJonce :s
unknown, is hereby notiged thst S:rah E.
Proaton, on the 13th day of July, l71 , did
file her petition in the oflice of the Clerk
ot the Court of Common Pleas, within ami
for theCounty of Morgan. Ohio, charging
he raid Benjamin with adultery with one
Linda M. Tillman, and willful adsencn for
four years, and asking that the be divorced
from the Faiil Benjamin, have the custody
of the children and reasonable alimony.
Which petition will be for hearing at the
next term f said Court.
Py E. Xf. STZxr.EnRY, her attorney
iiited ISis Hih day of July, 1871 w.
Harvey Parlinton va. John C. Edwards.
John C. Edwards, ef the State of West
Virginia, wili take notice that at the June
Term, 1871, ot the court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, the Plaintiff in
the above action, obtained ttt order from
said -ourt, requiring the said Join Ed
wirds, as administrator of John C. Ed
wards, deceased, to show cause why the
above entitled action should cot bo revi
ved against him as tbe administrator of
JohnC. Edwards, deceased, as afuresa'd.
The said John C.Edwards, as administra
tor, will therefore take notice that, unless
he show cause by the 3rd Saturday after
the 25th day of August why it should not,
said action will be revived against him as
By ITakna A- Kexnkdt, his att'ys.
July 14, isn r.
John Hoyt vs. Bazil L. Medley, et al.
Bv virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the conrt of Common Picas
of Morga ii county, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the door of the Court House, in
ilcLonuctsviile, in said county, ou
Tuesday, lhe VAh Day ef Aumsf, &
at twelve o'clock, M., of said day, the fol
lowing real estate, situate in the county ef
Morgan and btate ot Vhio, to.wit Being
apartof fractional section number three
(H), town nine (9). range twelve (12), and
bounded as lollows : Beginning et tao
pouth-west cornerof said fractional section,
thencerunning with t;e south boundary
line thereof east poles to the corner
of J hn HenrT's lot, thence running with
aid Henry's line, 15 degrees E., G7.S8
poles to a stone, thence 2.40 poles to tbe
east loundary line of said frnctionnl nee
tion, thence running north 21.52 poles to a
stone and corner of the Josinh Ward lot,
thence running with said Ward's line, and
line of William Eakkeld, west 180.60 poles
to a stone on the west boundary Hae of
said section, thence running with west
line south 8H.52 poles to the place of be
ginning, containing 95.46 acres, be the
same more cr less, excepting eight acres
oil' the east end of said premises sold to
John Medley, Appraised at $1.6il0. Terms,
cash. A. D. HAVENER.
Sheriff oM. V., 0.
Hakna k Kr.NNFDT, Att'ya.
July 14, 1S71 5w.
James U. Ewing vs. Abram M.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will oiler for sale at public
auction, at the door of tho Court House, in
McConnclsvillc, iu said county, on
Weiluc'uV, lite IGlft Day of kuzmt, A- D.,
at one o clock, l Jl., ol said day, the un
divided one-half interest of the following
real estate, situate in me county ot Alorgun
and State of Ohio, te-wi; : Being in the
north-half of section thirty-five (35), town
eight (8), range twelve (12), in the tlhio
Company's Purchase, bounded and ie
scribed as follows, to-Wit : Beginning at
the north -west corner of said section thir
ty-five (35), thence south lu poles,- thence
east 120 SO poles to a stone which points
out the beginning for szid lot, a white wal
nut 12 in., K. 87?f degrees, 5. 70 links, an
elm Id in., 8. 75 degrees, 3. 62 links,
thence east TG.50 poles to a station, a pop
lar 7 in., S. 3 links, theace X, 10 pole3 to a
stake, a sugar 20, 8. 14 degrees. E. 53 links,
thence N. 81 54 degrees, W. 59.16 pole to a
station, a white oak 11 in., bears S. 24 de
gree.', E. 8 links, thence west 18 poles to a
station, a white ak 29, bears M .-55 degrees,
W.6 links, and a beech 12 in.,- beara 8. 7
degrees, W. 13 link), thence South It poles
to the place of beginning, containing seven
and forty-three hundredths (7.43) acres, be
the same more or less. Appraised at $600.
Terms, caah. A. D. HAVENER,
Sheriff of M. V., O.
J. T. Crit, A'l'y f;r phintff.
Jttlv 1 1, 1R71 iw'.
CllOVEK & 11AKEK.
Wert awarded the Iii?hest Premiums at
the Sute Fairs of
i rs t Prize s
LTavs also been awarded these 51 icliitrs
at the exhibitions of
Tlio vrv Mglicst prize, TIIE CROSS
Ob'TIlE LKtilON OF HONOR, was
conferred on l!ie representative of the
rover & lt.iker Sewing Machims, at tUe
Exposition Universale, Far i.-, 180 7, t litis
attesting their great suj-nority over ail
other S.-wing Machine).
I k k b k i k
fOIXTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Hiauty mnd Elasticity of Stich.
rirnctitA and Simplicity of Machinery.
ICo fattening of tcomt ly hand and ne
waste of thread
VTtilt range 0' application tcithtvt change
The scam rttjina its beauty and Crmnesi
after Hashing aDd ironing.
Desidps Joinjr all kinds ol work done by
other S-wirg machines the F'n'tic Stitch
machine executes the most btautiluland
ermanent Embroidery aud ornumeDt
ALEX FIN LEV is the Gen?ra!
Agent for the sale of the G rover & La
ker Shuttle or Lockstitch Machine, and
the Elastic Stitcb, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Counties of Morgan, Ath
ens, IIockin, Washington, Mokingnm
and Vinton, acd has bis Traveling Ai
eoti all through these Counties. I 'er
gons wishing a first-class Sewir.? Jia
chine, just what is needed for family use,
should call on Mr. Finley or one of his
agentP. II. B. VINCENT & L'RO.
are his scents in McCocuebvilio.
May I'M., 1871-tf.
15. Ii, MORRIS,
South side of Center St., three doors East of "Public Square, JcConnclsvllla, O.,
LTAUDWAKE, TINWA1IE, STOVES, STOVE TMUDIINGS, CUTLE
11Y, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, ie., ic.
X. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme .flower & Reaper," nn improvement
on tha "Climax," which gave universal satisfaction last season. Ap. 21'71-ly.
SLT,J53LaCi: n"sr gjz jza. glb auis estst !
North side of Center St., between East and Tenn Sts., VcConr.f-lsville. Ohio,
Has Always to OiTer'to.iIis.Ciistoniers Itie I?c Q:iu!If Irs ot"
Jc, Ccffces, tcr2, Tosses, qioD SbeNjfljtyij
usually found ma first-class Family Grocery.
X. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, m the market, nlvrays
on hand. Trices to suit the times.
V.'a keep on hands, and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AXD jIEDICTNES!
Vkeuutc, ul.., un extensive line of Pa IN i s, JYE SI'UFFS, OUS tnd Iilil'MI.
E-", all of ahici! we t ffer lo tie Public at the lowest market rates. Also, we invite
our customers lo call and e xamine our large and well seltctej
STOCK OF1 "W-A-XiL IV3?tt;i :
WHICH WE Alili SELLING KXCEEUI NGLY LOW.
April 23th, 1S71 ly JOHN ALEXANDER.
. V. ROBERTSON,
IN". "W. Cor. of J?ub. Squ., IcConnoIsville, O.,
DREGS, UELiaXES, TURK LEADS, P1IXTS, OILS, DYES & DYE STUFFS, PKEFCSERl,
f9- Physicinns' Prescriptions carefully
April 21, lull ly.
WOK LEY ADAMS.
H Dry Good?, Giocenes,
(N. W. Corner East
tr. NEW GOODS received re?u'arly.
i itvj jrj in eA(-iiHiii;e lor uuous.
II. DUNSMOOR & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-wit: CHAIRS, TABLES, 15UREAS, DED3TEADS, 4c, Ac.,
At Hair SALE KOOJS in
rcCOjSTN35LSVIIJX1E INT) aixYICTY.
N. B. They employ ;one but first-cl.tfs mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tnelr
Platform is : "tiood work, good pay and low prices !" April 21, la, 1 fim.
UK D 11 T
R. D. JOHNSON & CO-,
Xorlii-Ettsl corner of Centre and Penn Streets,
X'c COSy ELS VI L I. E, Oil TO,
Keep constantly on band a complete assortment of Coffins. Burial Cases', Ac, and have
in their employ Robert A. Tinkerton, who will make this department ol business a spe
cialty. Iu connection Willi their bn-.'Uss, they have fi'ted up a first-class
LIVEIIY ESTABLISH AIElNT,
And are p-ep-irrrl to furnish all patrou3 with whatever they may Want in their LINE.
JIuy 12, 1371 ly.
The gash & Door Factory,
Farnislifs fo order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, S'DING, CEILINU
SASH, SIIUTTEIW.BLINDS & DOORS, L'OX A COM. VOX WIN
LOW FRAMES, BRACKETS; BATTONS AND
Plaining & Hatching Scroll Savrin; & Hipping Done to Order.
$Z3 Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought
April 21, ltJ71 ly
If. 8 PENCE,
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St.,
has on hands, at all times, the
Very Latest Styles of
KETV tOOBS Received iTIIIi
EST EVERYTHING SOLD
tSy The IT'ohest Cath Priat pidd for
April 2i, lS7I-ly. .
Grocery and Provision Uiore I
D. & C. W. MUMMEY have on hand, at all limes,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, .VOLASSfS, AND CR0CERIE5 GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply cl AZJ EUudj of Provisions in tills .UnrTtct.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
Flour sold by tha sack at tho lowest rates. . April 21, 1371 ly..
Dry Goods !
Y. H. & C. McCARTY..
IMion Ladies' Dress Coous Lrs' 5Lcrs EJf,f
Ontbo North side of Center Street, two
N. B. Nona but the very best quality cf p'.ods of any kind ever kept find
alwavs sold at the lowest oi' caU prices. Ladies' Dress'Uoeds mn'!e n SPECI
ALTY, j April 21, lS7l-ly.
Hoots and U li o c s !
T. C. VEA.TCII,
MAXUl'ACTUKEi: OF EOOT3 AND SHOES. Onn Felloe Eiild?xg,
On Kust Street, McConuchviUe, Oio.
Roots and Shoes, f;r Lvlii-?, Gi-nts, and CtulJreM, nuimijeinrid to on?er rn the short
est possiS'e notice. Non hut the ixsst of Stock worked, ami a fit always enarautced.
A GOOD ASSOIlPVlENTof Uot and StioeJ airay s on hand for those who witntto
buy ready-made work. f?3t-CuBBLlNG Uoi.e Dtaliy and Wui.an'ed to ive perfect
sttisfiction. Giv6 me a rail. ' T. V. VEATC1L
June 30ih. 1871.
W. II. RUTLEDGE.
I&utledgc 4& Bailey.
Alter-' mock, 2Vo. 5C Main Street, ZancsTille, Ohio,
LTave opened a complete Stock of Velvets,
nAI-a .Krnordna Ifii'inm Klinpra lnrrin
and lis? Carpets. ALSO Wall Tape". Window shades, l!alt Rugs, Oil Cloths. Ac!
Arenis for Marbletzed Mantles. We ibvite the Public to call and examine car
I April 21, ls7l ly.
compounded, and PainU mixed to order.
F. AT. KA1ILER.
Boots and Slices, :g
and Centre Streets)
The highest prii e paid for COUNTRY
LUfty 4, 'At- ly-
A. M. Dcxsxoor.
U. 51. WELLS, Superintendent.
cast of Pub. Square, IfcConnelsville.O,
most complete assortment of the
ITA.TS and CPS !
Every Ciiangc in the Se&sons !
L077 FOR CASH ! -3
Mink, 'Skunk, and Coon Skins I
Ury Goods !
Dealers in DryGo.ds,
doors East of Public Square, .L'cCon-
IS I A ESS C.IUU.S.
F. G. JJ ALLEY
Body and Tapestry Bressel?, Extra So-
A'pnet ians. Tl'ltrh Wnol ITnttatrA ll.mn
Jane 3, 1871.
15 u nno UGH CO..
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers ia an J nut.
3 ri.AIN ATS'D FANCY yf
CF ALL KIDS XEFi' CONS
TANTLY ox ua;;l,
Guaranteed to Give I'rfiid
fas-lor ficrk and Chamber
To suit Parchascrs.
Sale Rooms, AV 70 JIain Strict,
Z. I XES YILLE, OHIO.
X. B. Cksj paid for seusoni d Lumber:
COAXLZ3 A. DA:; A. "iter.
A KowapapcTol thePrrcaat Times.
Iatecdsd Car People Kott on Earu
IschMSIniJ Farmers, Meelia-ilcs. itcrrban, Prr
fnslonal Men, Woriwa, Tiiiicrs, uxl a I ktr
ncr of Uooest Folks, and Cia Vflw, Sous, aad
imasbter of all socn.
OKLY OSK DOIan, A I
CXC QTJXDUED COi'lri FOH 650.
Or lses taa One Cent aCvr- thara b a
630 Club at ovcr7 i'ott OCcc.
6 WEEKLY BUN, $2 A TEAS,
of tho sam a ua and general character as
THE WEfkKXT, bot with a areater varictr of
mtscallaoeoaa raadms;, and feral ihtog tje nw
to Rs suDscrtbon wtta vrcAtar fresnacsa. becaruv
It oomas twice a week uutcca otoaoo 01117.
TH3 DAILY 8CN. 86 A Y3A3.
A preeminently reailsMe BOTpapcr. wtta tsa
Innr-ei eirvaiatkm in ta-3 voria. Fr-e. iiuu
pendeat, and fearless In pouuc. Ail the nwa
from cTorywher Two cents a aoyj ; by mil
59 ueaa a moum. Or $6 a ) ur..
TE3M3 TO CLtn3
THE DOLUS TYEEK.LT hex.
Five ooples, one ytfflr. aec3rae!va(lr-l, '
Ten ennt-s, WW jmr. s--rir3tal7 artrtrcsaeS (aw
aaaxmeopj toibegeuet up of c-itio).
Tw"t!?t eo?!es, one yr, separatelv addressed
loiul Ma cxtfa copy to Uio setter op of cmM.
FtT enrM. one year, to one a.l!ress tnr ttka
CKanl-Wreeklj one jer to trUer up vt dub),
FlTeop1e9V one Tear, wpaiuelv a1tased (as
t&a guml-weefclToaeypu-tosrcttcrap ofciuM.
One IranrtrM onles, one yrar. tn rne adilren
tnd tiie IMllr for oae rear m the g rtar mot
ciuo). tiity iollara.
Ono hondred copies, no year, separately eev
drened (and tan Itatlr lor 011 ysnr co ' ie mttvi
ap of dabj, hlxn Doilaurs.
TUB SEJHI-WEEKLY 8rS.
Five coDtea. one year, sapsratclT addreKd,
Ten eovlea, one vear. aopanttelr addrtsaod (and
a esira copy to getter up f club),
BKSD YOUa MOXBY
In Peat Office otders, eheeks, or drafts en Sen
i or X WhercTer coaTeolenc if not, ta&arglsu9
tue wn GODtalDias luoner. AOdiau A
L W. ESen.HT. Pnb!tlK!T, .
fiaa osico, tic? iuta CKy1?
ASS THE MASKED LADSIS
MZg MEDICAL AOV
fJIr? inr-tnneioo on l
. to tii
a T-adt rx tub LAira
v li i- luitrritf L, or who
Boat frso t. all andcr iJ ah t" "-' in (
Addrefts: ELiZAisi'.i'U' VTT.
A rrvviin,mt enr ia warrant" . 11 llcffiiff iwi
ari'i m ao i in prudence or yoTh'til eirt-n.nul('titf m
t7.m: tjebilit, tViminal weaKut;n, piitituj)aiiil.
impuleu-.-y, gleeb, diseases, do., bj U-u.'
U. BKMS SPECIFJC FEir.riES.
They mi be nwd wit float dtertfn, or intrrfcnacS
vvJi b-jsiueats, and no oiiauura ox Ctrl i MMtv.
will cscre all ordinary cam withoat ftirti fT avid. T'Lvl
K'Xf i2it hy uiail seal mi. ou ruce pt i OJC IuLLAA.
biud si a in:) fur private p-uta. A'ith'i mi:
KOUT K. IIELU 7T. Lir.mi:--j. ?Cw York.
1 :Vl ZZUMSiit
If jon want ft reliable ramnlj t irralMiii use
ER. liAaVEY'S CH20SC-T3.'i 1L FOXg,
Tbe? wiTl refrw nara wpdl'' a-vl rc aTr?aot Pi
ftl ;.rl nary ca-. Pk:t USK
band S;aiiip fur Or. H&rvey't PnvaUi Jl.:fi;cr. Circular.
Sr Harvey's GwMea Z?i".l
A rTivT fmr lMrree itmnwf tr wI tc.
Hi" a-:u St;itc. and vETiV vai.:". ?i 1 VMtim&
trif v.-r-..toma. no matter hfirf ...a t..-j iaeiiuHw,
PurcH rivz DoL.r.vK.4. fijufc Ly Jnai ec:-i'j MLK-d
isx. as triy never tail to remove u. i.. . '::cr.5
Cove and laatriRony.
1 The ii?ectionsiny l ctm- Sv f.j!:i.r:r'xsiPtp4
fa Viilea, and all :uay mirry h'-'. -'i iri.oti. rcrruisl
n t-w -aiLh,aror beauty. Sen. U ci.U ioc kin
Vrn lUjvx, or Kf.np ficcir.'ir. i'
E;b-.lui H-aw ti . O. oK
sms of voTTt
s ' a k
VSW' Roles and Prsccriptiica vv
r thit will core any ea.. of 0
SEKCAL WEAKSESS, MUHTL7 EM!3-
IS10S3, IilPOTESCK 4c, rnd rotor kt ,
i-inhood to perfeel benita. EirrKUio
. A - t iy cn who snTered and ut nnu. rrrJ .
. 6endstamp.EDGAnTr.S;ii:S. .
rn uaoADWAr, . v.
The tmhle diaea'. Catarrh, w!:nN 0 v- v "eary
tfta tijTuuuatca ia Hronci;i'.3 a.ui L-JiJa-jiiiv.
w't!i3nt !nVt. h9 enrfly rsn'.orc r r.iHar hw
Isng it lta existed. Ait case ?Jia 7 i:livei
CUi-L ll I t :itt
rrr-T7Hr tritmit and tUw-: hi f-rfIiv.! f r ay
ooae tht it taila lo core alter ti'.rrcnr n trial oi tL
Rev. MARTIN DUTTOM'3
Eme'ir ia tio iiret and Mat .-ip Hf t. rt: i WalE
Cyr ai'e iu tuauy enes tiia cr (jneDr 01 iaiarro.
IXs.ar fi-a to fT immediate reli! fn I1 caavra.
KPAD THS TESTI'JN'Y.
tril rLaaip ive a circuinr. t'.in.imjf h? tr-rm
o: !,.31ij and vtrtuea ot tlj r " --:y. A r'tai
will bo aDt by matt on receipt t i n.otiy
PRICK TWEXTY-FIVC CT;tc
f'ltajTh wu immediate; r!iT.ii he w-.r Toa
t aaaiid Mrh IlazeL Kt. A.A f...;,N.
1 ean rd withoat wearing r;-taolH -t -ii wNit-
n.-sa tiraij guce aiiuw y.nr S.wfrv
nor Kevwu'rae and TTTtoh ri.tcl tiis ttevtr laded t
rai.Te uj iaoauat wiUiiu fir- iIim:;
Mr bAKAH JOyZ
AtJdress, Rot. ILIHTTN DTTTOS.
r.bla liroe station. ?Tv Tir'C
anwKTS wvtio jt vk a x w u-. t c
ui to ear;, A LIVING easily.
aiwi ensnre an iwwi "si corppr ry jr-
daatcy. without muoey U txt iiK -na.
Tbe Secret U Out t
and vre artwtT!in?toma)c() it known ta'l
AOEVT5 ARE WANTED to e!l Uii- Kok. and tbr
can earn from 5 to 10 dllar a dr. fird h r a cucuU
ftud fntevimen copy. PRIt. E O.NE fOlXAJt.
iJAHbiUl tXH. ft W 'lun..
Room 8, 2w i ity.
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEN.
IT WILL PLEASS BVERYDODY.
Send FIFTY CKNTS for copy. 0(l your miJT"m 1
MaSax XAfiY MOORE. 8Mtlos T.. fw YorH
nl III llll.