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What the Catholic Priest, Rev.
Mr. McMahon, said on his Conviction
in Canada.
Tbo following wore tho remarks
made by thellev. Mr.McMah0ii,4n be
ing asked why sentence of death should
not bo pronounced upon him : - i
Hi liordahip John McMahonJuive
you any thing to say why tho sentence
of tho court should not now bo passed
upon you for tho felony of which you
hnvo been convicted?
Tho prisoner (wherae roico wua firBt
low and broken, but afterward firmer
nnd more distinct) addressed tho court
ns follow :
According to tho testimony given
against Ino, if it was true, I would have
nothing to 6ay, my Lord ; but I do de
clare here that I am unjustly charged
and convicted. I am not guilty. At
tho timo that Milligan uml Sullivan
swear that 1 was at Tort Erie, before
vou and tiod, nnd nil present, I was in
Buffalo. I w as honeitlv oroincr on mv
journey to Montreal ; and. I am not
jiuilty. I beg your Lordship's pardon
if I say any thing that is not pleas
nntorngrecublo. Ifl wasguilty I would
submit; but if you executo ino, my
blood w ill cr" to Heaven for vengeance
upon those that is tho causo of my
death innoccntlv. I wa going after
my brother's affairs to Montreal. I loft
my own house at half past soven o'clock
on Wednesday, tho 30lh of May last,
to go on that journey. I took the rail
road car ut eight o'clock, went io bed,
camo ou my way straight, and arrived
at ten o'clock on Friday night, tho
31st of May, In Buffalo. I went to tho
Franklin House, stopped there, had a
bed and breakfast, went to visit my
friends, Maurico Vaughan and his
brother, Ihtn. Vaughan. It was the
moment of nine o'clock when I crossed
over on the ferryboat on my way to
Montreal. 1 was looking for tho 'rail
road office to get ft ticket, but what
with one excitement nnd (hero his
words were inaudible) so I am inno
cent, my Lord. I cannot plead guilty.
I am innocent. (The prisoner, whose
language wo have given as uttered,
spoke with a strong Irish "brogue,"
and showed hijisvlf by his language to
be an illiterate man.)
Marriage of the Living and Dead.
A correspondent of tho Bombay C!a
rette writes : Tho other day I wit
nessed a sceno of a really shocking na
ture, the Trtnciiald boiutr aJiviiiff wo
man and a dead mun, of the Commat-
too caste, ino relation that nal exis
ted between the living and tho dead
was of a left-handed nature. They
hud lived together for man y long years,
us man and wife, when, niter Buttering
from a febrile attack for four short
days, tLc man died. Agreeably to tho
peculiar custom of their , caste, it was
imperative, ero the corpso could be re
moved for interment, that the sacred
rite of matrimony should be performed.
Tho sad intelligence soon communica
ted to tho neighboring residents, und
tho loud and vehement hamering of
tom-toms had tho desired electric ef
fect of collecting a host of friends and
acquaintances and a fluctuating stream
of passers-by to the s-pot. A gcroo, or
priest, being summoned, und tho no
cessary preparations for tho celebra
tion of tho nuptials being hurriedly
completed, tho ceremony commenced.
The inanimate "form divine" was pla
ced against the outer wall of the ve
randah of tho houso iu a sitting pos
taro, uttircd like a bridegroom, and tho
Lands and face wero besmeared with
liquid tumeric. Tho woman also was
clothed like ft bride, and addorncd
with tho usual tinsel ornaments over
the faeo, which, as well as the arms
und tho drapory, were daubed over
with yellow. She Bat opposite the
dead, now addressing it light and un
meaning words as is customarily
done upon such occasions and then
chewing bits of dry cocoanut and
eauirting it on tho face. And thus the
ceremony proceeded, and continued
for three or four hours. At length, as
tho tmn was nearing the horizon, the
nuptial ceremony wag brought to i
close, and the preparation for the in
torment conuueuceti. ino Ueiiu was
divoted of its bridulattire.then bathed
and finally laid upon a bier and cover
ed with a cloth of silk. Tho faeo was
next rubbed over with eomo red pow
der, and in tho mouth was placed betel-leaves.
The widowed Wide then
looked her last at the surrounded fornv
of him whom never more sho would
heboid, when, amid agonizing shrieks
nnd deafening tom-toming, tho bier
was lifted up aud the funeral cor t ego
proceeded in the direction of Sion; one
man a near relative of the deceased,
1 presume preceded tho corpso, th,rov
lug at intervals a handful of pies to tho
light and to tho left, which wero bo-
iuir enirerlv uieked un bv a troop of
little urchins.
"When tho great llicheliou died, his
head was Beperatod from, hiubotiy and
preserved. After several months of
reHcarch, the head bus ut length been
found in the posBowsion of an ancient
family in Bretano, and forthwith sent
to Paris to tho Ministcre d t' Jnstructioa
Publique. Thoao who were pretient ut
the opening of tho . box describe the
iond as in a wonderful elate of preser
vation. The eyobrows, whiskers, im
perial and moustache are of a reddish
color, and auite oorfect. One eyo was
closed, the other open; tho flesh,
eonrse,. wal)luck. It bore sometT'iug
the appearance of a mask, but not
all nnpleus;nrj.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.!
of
iii in v muiiiii ix uuuij
in view of Hi approaching TIOMDAY TRADE,
are now leceiving om of the
FLINTIEST GOODS
It linn ever been Ihelr leuure to offer In this
maikui,
' I.ndieV and Gents' Gold and Silver
AMERICAN SWISS WATCHES,
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS,
FINK GOLD JEtVELItY,
SILVER HILVEU-PLATED WARM.
1'AULH AND roCKKT CU I'LERT,
GOLD. SILVElt, STEEL AND PLATED
SPECTACLES, nil fineJ with the lin
proved PEHISCOPIC GLASSES I'cri
scoplc U'O'fi imertej Id Old frames.
SMITH A WESSON, AND SIIARP'8
REVOLVERS,
PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES,
FL.-KS, CAPS, Ac, constur.tlj on hand.
riCTl'BES TRACED TO ORDER
in Rosewood, Oilt and Walnut Moulding.
A well ichdcd slock of A Ml IMS will
be closed out at greatly reduced pi ices.
REPAIRING
cf ull kiudt carefully Uou on the inortot nolle.
ROOM IN THE MORRIS BLOCK,
ZStcCoiiiielsvillo, Oliio.
NEW STOKE.
Hit Jtnit opened complete atock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS
and
ros a j ji;" :c aa pus?
Couiting In part cf
und Fancy Drcmi Good,
MERINOS,
ALPACCAS,
MOHAIRS,
CASHMERES. .
Pi hi CLOTHS,
DELAINES,
CLOAKING.
SHAWLS.
CLOTHS,
CASSIMEKE
CLOVES,
HALF HOSE,
Linen and White Good.
I'mlrr Shirts and Drawers,
Cotton and Woolen Hosiery,
DomrMit Cotton Goods,
l'lannil, Ilalniorul feklrf,
together with a fir-t clii'n Ktock o. Ladies'. Mit.e'
and childu'n'a SIIOKS unit li 1 1'lOltS, u'.l of which
will be Hold at fie lowei-t cio.li pric. We cordially
invite uir (i itnd to cull und examine our Htock
before purc'.iiiHing tine here, n we oie mtlinlied
that we can oh cheap m the clieutiext. Our
outitu Htiick I new, und bought eiuce the reduc
tion in good.
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J. SKIVINGTON, M. D.,
Reiipect fully offor hia profimional tervico
tho uiliiieu of McCoiideliiville and vicinity.
Ollice, ut Hie illurquart Ilouwe
I. M. 6TANHKKT.
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STAKHERY & PYLI5,
McC0NNEL9VlLLE. OHIO.
OFFICE Scond Story of Morris' Building..
" trgnl biuhieu pivniitiy attended to, and
apevialatieutiea glvs to th vollaeUoa of all doubt
ful claimn. uJ !y
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HEAR, YE I HEAR, YEH
Ererybodj that ! Intoretted tn the wny of
GOOD I3ARGAI2STS
would do well to cell at the ld ilDd of
6. $. IIAM,
No. 45 Maint.
ALTA, O.
AT Tfi HIOX or
FAUMEKS' EXCHANGE.
liming refitted up my Store lloomlu goodetjle,
which glvei mi inperlor adrtntast over lb old
one in the we; of accommodation, 1 would aay
to my old euitomcra, and at many new one m
will give me a call belora purchnsing elnwhere,
thnt I will he happy lu allowing them my Ktock of
goods, and helng thankful for pant patronage 1
will do my heat to retain the aaran. I am receiv
ing goodt almost dnily, which ojako my ttock all
Fresh and New.
And at r.garda prlcea, I will uA I. uiiJro!J
All Arllrlft Sold by luo arc
Tr J. Tl RANT 12 13 .
Ilarlug a good atock now ou
of (ioodi uiunlly kept la i
IIouu' , c 'nniitlrg in pari of
Teas, nil kinda,
CoflVei. all kind,
Sugura, all kinda.
Mllaaiei.:i kin.U,
Land of every kind
flrat-cUea Urocery
Tobacco, all kind.
Kpiccs, kit kilidi,
Soaps, all kindx,
t'andlvi, all kindi,
Fiah, all kind.,
Drug,
Dyea,
Cheeie, W. It.,
Flonr, double extra,
Provision',
Cracker, tall h tr.d J,
Cadned Fruit,Maorled
t'ove Oyster, Frenh,
English Soda,
Starch, penrl ouJ corn,
Ropci, all litr-l,
Bed Curd, aasnrtcd,
Halter, assorted,
Twines, all kiodr,
Tin Ware.
Stone Ware,
Voodn Ware,
Glusj Wuro,
Lainpi and Tjuterni,
Oil, carhoo and crude,
Brooms, all prices,
Wubh-boerJj,
Cig,an,
ALL KINDS 0 V
Taken In Exchange for Ooodn.
I am aUo buying good
WINTER A1TLEL9,
rOTAT0E9,
CORN,
OATfl., Ac.
for which I will pay CASH.
Kcuiember the new aign,
Hive m a
FAUMEUSr EXCHANGE-,
Hoi 45 MAI STIlKT,
MALTA, OHIO,
where I will always be on ham) to accommodate
very ouo.
HOLMES'
BOOT 1XD SHOE DIPOJUJJM.
Call.
HAVING LEASED TDK ROOM
NEXT TO TUB fOST OFFICG, and having
purchased an eicelleirl aMovtmeut of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AS WKl.t, A3 A l'RIMB 8T0CK OF
Leather .and Shoe Findings
I am pir pared to m ake ter order, on hoi t notice,
any tliltfg It vur line.
I Chiilli'tiffc loinprllllon,
KITIIEII IM bTOCIC OU WORKMANSHIP
Of my old customers 1 Invite a coiitiniinnc. of
p.itroiuKC nnd to those who wixh to be euliicly
Kittinlied with their purcliaae to give me a krmi.
None but the best ateck nd, aud uon. Ii'it th.
very best woikmcu employed.
of the he-t mnnuU.'liire kept connlnntly on hand,
and xiil be auld chcup a t he tUeit.
J. W; HOLMES,
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE.
MTOSXELSV OHIO.
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MAIJAMt t. 1-. iilUliSIUS, tllB g
Ln!iiii Aatrologiat, L lairvnynnt anil 1 nycnom
etririnn, who ha aatbriiithcd tho si'citntilii'
rhissui of the Old Word, hu now loeuted her
Hull'nt Hudson, N. Y. Muduina Thornton pot
fiii' aui-h wonderful power of ecrond aight,
0 to eimhlo her to liupnrt knowlodi-e of the
gii-utvtt importunes to tho ainglo or married f
either i'X. While in a uliilo of trunc. aho do
lineulca the very feature of the per.ton you ure
to murry, and by the uid of an instrument of
iulenB power, known n the Tuychomotrope,
(.'iiuruntev to produce a life-liko picture of tho
luluro hutliand or wife of tho npilicunt, to-gethi-r
wilh dote of murriagA, position iu life,
loading trait of charueler, Ac. This i no hum
bug, un thoiiHunda of tcntimouiul run amert.
Sho will end, when desired, a certified certill
cute or written gnurntitce that tho picture I
what it purportn lo bo. Tlv eneloning a linnll
lock of hair aud atuting placa of birth, ngn,dia-
jiosition und complexion, and enclosing bO
eeiitu und Htumped euvelope addreseed to your
lull', you will receive thu picture and detired
information by return muiU Ail rmnmunieii
tiom aucredly contldentiul. AddrKH,. in eonfi
doueo, Miiclimia K. K. Thornton, V. ft. Itox 223.
Hud'on, X. Y. c2H-8m
I Souiity ! Kounty I
SOLDIERS, WIDOWS. An , inierHsted in
the lute law eiinilizing bouoiiei, are informed
thul the undersigned i prepaied to attend to tlut
kind of 1 uiiinei with disputed aud on reusunahle
term. ,
Widows, thiltlrru or Ihc Tureats of Soldiers
who died in service of disease or wound contracted
oi received in line of duty, will receive the turn
amount a would have Leeu paid the eoldier biut-
keif had he ervcd bin full term of enlistment.
JAMES M. (j AYLO UD,
au3 Claim Agent
l.,000 Acres of Lund,
LQCA TED TUX TEA US AG O,
For Sule or Exchange for Town Property.
fPIIK l.iM) IH SITUATi:i I
1- Kullviin. llule and Vernon countii, Miouri.
It I well watered aud timbered. Ilmt portion In
Vei non county i within one mile aud a h:ill of
Nevudu City the county neat. Vox fuitlier pmtio
ular call upou the aubacribei" Term easy.
uf0-4m JONAS POWKEL.
NOTICr,.
lOKKI'H DKNNET la hereby nolined that Pachel
tf lleiiuet hiM thin day Hied in the ollice of the
Clerk of the Court of Coinmo.i lean fur Morgan
county, Ohio, hr petition praying for a divorce
from IJ Joieph ou account of his wilful nliseuce
for more than three yearn, hut pant, which cane
will be betid at th November term, 1HHK, of uid
Court. . KACI1KL, 1ILNNKT.
Aug"t 21. 1 80
ADMIN I I HAI OU S NO HUE.
fpiIE uudcraigned ha been appointed Admin
1. atrator of ln eatato of Jauie E. Btewart.
i deceed, lata ol-Morgan county, Ohio.
' MlVKW J-A.MES y. BTkTWAHT.
RE3IOVAL.
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hnvo removed theif stock of Groceries
to tho room formerly occupied by A.
J. Tannway & Co., Southwest corner
of tho Public Square, next door to tie
Central IIoiiho, whert they invite the
attention of tho public to their new
stock of
Kiniating iu part ot
Tea,
Coilee,
Sugar,
Soda,
Spicea,
Canned Fruits,
Tobaeco,
Cigars, r
Potatoes,
Dried Beef,
Hams,
tfcc, &e., ifce.,
All of which they will sell chp
the chespvt.
Wo haro also
btock of
joi rcir4 a lrg
QUEENS WARE
AXD
O L A S B V A Ti K
which wn nro propnred
CUbll.
to soil low fcr
W3L FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS
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Kept constantly on band
All kinds of ... .
Country Produce
bought and sold. Give us a call Don't
forget tho placo,
NEXT DOOR TO TAB CESTflil PUSS,
M'GASLIN Ei FOUTS,
etU-tf
GROCERIES
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Keep cointantly on hand ft larga atock otj
I'lRNlTlRE AND 'llOtSE-Fl'LN'Iitllli'tiOOM
' at low pnicni; '
at thoir new atore-room. In th.
, i i r
Rank Ruilding, i ; ;
' M'COXXELSTIIXII, O. "
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rUti OLD ESTABLISHED, , ,
GROCERY STORE
At tli u'.i aland, in th. Dire atory btltl. ftrl
uj poit lb I'oit UoaMi
D. II. MOirFLlY
repctrully inform the tltiiennf Morgan emini
thnl ha krM coiiHtnnlly on lmnd a full afmirtmaui
of llio VitrloiiH arlicle nitiiAlly hpt In a AmtclaM
lirocery Store, conniing In part of
Tea, ColTi'i), Kogr, I'ikIi. boda. r pica. Cuniu
ruin. CovoOjMlers. yruH,Ch .Craokw,
Umiim, Woddivaro, Tiib icco, t.'lnrH, Hak
t, Id tie l'owdrr. Ohintliig l'owdr,
i'u.f. I'ucking Yarn,. IHd ;
4 oi.N, Mnoillt Hop,
l.aii Oil, t'arhou ,
Oil. Ac.,
All of vi hi' h w 111 be aold at the very lowest art.,
either at wholouhi or icjtull, lor caih or apptofea
country in once
The highct loiirkct price
paid f.r all klal W
country rrnjiicv,
r'.viiy aiticU oil J at thle ettaMl.ihiUMt liWU
HAN'I KI) an ruiireavnted.
HUB. JOHNSON.
If ASCrACTl'RIB or ' 1
Tin, (opiierautl hect-Irta Har,
JOB W 0 11 XI
of U kltdi ttfcitd wlt auto aa4 Awk
Be ii' oWaiy m h4 a imf ''t Mrt
meat uf
Cooking Btovcs,
Pftilor Stoves,
Heating 6'tovei,
Firo I'Vontt,
ftiatc..
Hand Ir,
Ktovo Tip,
Coal-I5uok.il,
Hoes, Knkc. Forki,
ra."s Kettles,
Apple i'airora, -Nail,
ALSO
TIN-WA RE
OF ALL DEsoiumoxa.
BUCKETS, TUBfl. CIlL'ItXS, DROOMt,
WASH IJOAUIH. CI.OIHK
WUIXHKU-i. ASH VAS4.
conx rotTKtti. ,
ALSO.
all um or nnrsG ri'Bisni.i8 met,
Japan Ware,, &c. ',!
T H H NOTED
Brilliant Coal Stovo
AXt
Indianola Wood SIoyc
wauox, ih:;iva uidino whips,
uow hides. the patent ,
step i.addeu. huoau
mills, pax ikon,
Ami many other article to eumero'i lo nretl.a.
All work done in the bet manner.
I will apui. no p iiut tu plvaao tbOM h. Sf
favor mo with a call.
HE BEUT JOHNSON,
Opposite tho "H ickeye (jlock," M'CootielavlIl, ft
auStf . ...
V. 1), HEDGES, M. D,,
Physician and Surgeon.
Respectfully offer hi Profeulonal aervlce t tha
citizen of M'Uounelaville and vicinity.
OFFICE, FBOJiT EOOl OVER STO.VE'S STORI
Where he enn he found at all times, day or night,
when not prolenalouaily abul.
Jy201jF
0. H. PiKCLAV.
i. L.
BARCLAY & BKRUY
Attorneys at Law,'
OFFICE OVER BREWSTER k ROBERTS' ITORb,
' M'COSS'KLSrilLE, OHIO.
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