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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IS
FRIDAY, . April 1, 18TO.
I have had surveyed a nsmbcr of
Cemef ary Lots, on laad we6t of, and
ndjoining the Graveyard, in Mc
Connelsville, 'which 1 now offer for
sale. A Plat may bo seen by call
ing on mc,
JOHN B. STONE.
S&- Mrs. Mary lledpres, wifo of
Charles Hedges, died ; Wednesday
morning, aged 63 years.
S&- The Court of Common Tleas
convened'on Tuesday morning, and
adjourned to meet again on next
Married. liv Kt-v. W. Morris
Grimes on Wednesday eTenirg,
30th ult , Mr. Henry A. Davis and
Miss Effic Totvnpcnd nil of Malta.
On last Monday nigbt, at 10
o'clock, Mrs. Mary A. "Wood, wife
of Hot. F. Wood, died in the forty
second year of her age. Iler fune
ral took p laoe yesterday at 2 o'
clock, F. M. Obituary notice may
be found in another column.
Married. At the residrnce of
Jacob Stump, the bride's father, m
Dcerfield township, by liev. H.
Cooper, on the 31 t uhimo, Mr.
"William Notl and Miss Sarah A.
1ST" Judge Pinkcrton tells us
of a descent he caused to be made
tho forepart cf this week on the
Morgan County Treasurer's Office.
The law makes it his duty, ex-offi-cio,
to cause an examination of the
condition of said office to bo made
nt certain intervals, and at times
when the Treasurer u not advised
thereof; and, consequently, be sum
nioued J. C. Stono to appear at his
office, and immediately armed him
with authority to lake possession
cf said Treasurer's office mstanter.
Mr. Stono proceeded to do ao, and
ctrte startled Treasurer Yocum,
who was not expecting and did not
know that any 6uch movement was
in contemplation. However a
cheerful submission was rendered
to the powers that be, and to Mr.
Yocum's credit be it said that the
investigation proved the Treasury
to be in good condition, with fifteen
thousand dollars in the safe.
BULLY EOR MARION TOWNSHIP!
"Old Marion," the pride of the
Eiidicala of Morgan, that can give
a Iiiidical najorily of three hundred
and fifty, has declared herBelf eman
cipated from the galling slavery of
thechainHof the corrupt Radical
King of Morgan, of which D. C.
Pinkerlon is the head. She has
nominated a Temperance ticket,
made up of members of both the
political parties, and, that too. right
in the face of Finkerton's call to
the voters of Morgan township, in
which he declared his hostility to
the people's stepping outside party
lines and acting independently in
local matters. We eay, Bully for
Marion I whether the ticket is
elected or not.
THE DEMOCRACY AT WORK.
"We have heard from various parts of
the county within a few days, and
are gratified to learn that the Democ
racy are &t work, preparing to give
the Radicals a warm reception on next
Monday. We wish we were informed
of the tickets nominated in each town
ship so that they could appear in this
week's paper; but, as we are advised
only as to the nominations in Bristol,
we are debarred of the pleasure of
giving a general notice. We hope
acme one each township will see that
we have early information of the re
suit of the elections. The Bristol tp.
nominations are as follows:
For Justice of the Pr.ace,
THOMAS V. CHAMBERS.
JCUN M. ROBERTS, '
For Assessor JOHN W. SEARS.
Clerk THOMAS V. CHAMBERS.
Treasurer LEONIDAS DATIS.
Constable THOMAS CAMPBELL
Tho Columbus correspondent of
the Cleveland Herald writes that
leading Democrats in Columbus and
in tho Legislature are declaring
themselves in favor of the policy
and necessity of giving to woman
tho ballot. They say that it Nes
groes, Chinese, Malays, and Hot
tentots are to have the right of suf
frage, a is now decided by the ad
option of the Fifteenth Amendment
to the National Constitution, it is
time for their own wives, mothers,
sistsrs, and daughters to exercise it
in defense of the country against
the n.ass of ignorance and degrada
tion that ia thus let in upon it.
The intelligence and pnnty of our
women will bo the antilode againtrt
this foreign poison. In this coun
ty several prominent Democrats
aro of this opinion, and the move
ment it extending rapidly over the
State. DemocritB have fought for
the iallot for white men, and the
will now support the ballot for the
white woman. Norwalk Experi
THE LAST SENSATION.
"We do rot mean, dear reader, to
give a puff in this article, as the
heading would indicate, to a highly
immoral paper of that name pub
lished in New York City; but, rath
er, it is our object to chronicle the
"Last Sensation" of the fast becom
ing rival of the immortal city of
Chicago in all that is evidence of
the fallen stato of poor, degraded
McConnelsville, in tho past three
or four months, has been unfortu
nate enough to have certain of her
citizens at "loggerheads" with each
other; &nd, inconsequence, ttrange
developments bavo been made as
to bow these two contending fac
tions violate the laws of Ohio, of
morality, of decency, and of God.
We have considered it our duty,
as a journalist, to keep silent on
these disreputable matters as long
as they did not terminate in a case
in open court, where the merits and
demerits could be shown np with
degree of certainty.
On last Saturday, wo were rc-
Iieved from our position of journal-
reticence, by arraignment and
final binding ever to court ot Dr.
Alanson R. Simmons on a charge
of producing an uborlion on the
person of Mrs. Emily Steedman, a
woman whose character lor virtuo
wont do to boast of.
Were we publishing a journal
not intended for a family pa
per, we might give a full statement
of the evidence elicited in this trial,
which occurred before James Wat
kins, Esq.; but, as euth is not tho
case, as wo expect decent, respec
table people to read our paper, we
are constrained to pass the evidence
by, and merely mention that the
trial, as a whole, was the most dis
reputable, indecent, foul occurrence
we ever witnessed in a court of
justice, and which we think the
police courts of Chicago, even,
would be hardly able to prodoce a
parallel with in. disgusting revela
tions. Of the truth or falsity of what
was disclosed there, we have not a
word to say, nor have we a word to
utter as to tho guilt r innocence of
Dr. Simmons; but our object is rath
er to strike at the spirit of uncalled
for malignancy which is running
rampant in our town, prying into
and bringing to light whatever is
censurable in the past or present
lives of our citizens, without any
regard to whether or not good may
If an individual commits a breach
of the laws of Ohio, or anyother of
our laws, we say bring him to his
deserved punishment; but wc also
say do it in a respectable manner,
and, when you are trying one man
for an offense charged against him,
abide by the well established rules
of evidence, and don't make such
trial a means of blarkening the
iharacter of those not connected
with such offense.
We know that whatever there
was of this spirit displayed in the
trial was done with the intent cf
meeting out a well deserved retalia
tory measure; but, however this
may be, it should be remembered
that community bas rights that
are entirely antagonistic and at
warfare, at all times, with the un-calied-for,
malicious disposition of
exposure that bas reigned here of
[From the Woodfield Spirit.]
Attempt to Arrest Thos. Early,
Charged With the Murder
of Thomas Jett.
On Wednesday evening, the 23d
inst., Marshall Dutton, of Marietta,
and Mr. Kirkbride, of New Mata
moras, reached this place with a
warrant empowering them to arrest
Thomas Early charged with the
murder of Thomas Jett, in "Wash
ington County, during the year
The Marshal procured the servic
es oi Deputy Sheriff O. F. Little
and Mr. C. P. Dorr and left here on
Thursday morning for the residence
of Early, near Boston, Belmont
County. They arrived at his
house and were informed that he!
was in the woods chopping
Little and Dorr, tho latter
the only one in the party ac
quainte with Early, went to where
he was working and requestmghim
to go with them. Ho replied that
he would in a moment. Quick as
thought he threw down his axe
and ran, followed by two shots
from Little's revolver ; at the first
fire he shrjgged one of his should
ers, but recovered, jumpeJ a fence
and disappeared. Dutton and
Kirkbride also fired one shot each.
In about three-quarters of an
hour Little saw James Early, a
brother, leave Tom's house carry
ing something. He watched and
saw them meet m the woods, when
Jim banded Tom his coat which he
put on. Little approached to with
in thirty feet before they saw him
when Tom ran, followed "by anolh-'
er shot from Little's barker, which
failed to check him.
The officers returned here on
Friday morning. Wc hare the fol
lowing description of the accused :
Heighth, 5 feet 8 inches ; hair,
black and bushy ; whiskers, black ;
weight, about 16fr pounds j com
The reward for Early's arrest
and conviction, offered by the Ad
ministrator of Jett's estato, is ?G00.
OH! HOW THEY LOVE THE
A. A. Adair, tho Temperance candi
60mc I date for Clerk And Recorder, and
John F. Sigler, tho Temperance
candidate for Marshal and Consta
istic bio, were gallant, brave soldiers
while tho nominees of D. C. and
7e have had frequent .striking
instances of the warm love (!) tho
Radical Ring of Morgan county,
the 6hining lights cf which reside
in McConnelsville and are presided
over by Judge D. C. Pinkcrton,
bears to the noble and gallant sol
diers of the late war; but none more
striking than some of tctj. recent
After it became evident that ma
ny of the Republicans of this town
ship were favorable to a Temper
ance ticket, it was determined by
D. C. and his understrapers to put
on their ticket every Republican
nominated by tho Temperance men.
Hut, strange to say, tho Temper
ance nominated two Republicans
tbatD. C. did not altogether like,
and, consequently, the programme
was chamed so as to leave them out
in tho cold.
Now both of these Republicans,
hid nndorelrapperrt to fill these po.
sitions, were never in the army.
Oh! How they love tho soldier 1!
THE MORGAN TOWNSHIP
AND CORPORATION TICKETS.
The voters ot Morgan Township
and Incorporated Village of Mc
Connclsville, will have four tickets
presented to them on next Monday,
as follows : A Democratic, an In
dependent, a Temperance, and a
Republican ticket. We do not
know, at this writing, who will be
the candidates on the Democratic
ticket. The candidates on the oth
er three are as follows :
Corporation Mayor, W W Mc
Carty ; Recorder, Adison A Adair ;
Treasurer, E W Cotton ; Trustees.
RL Morris, E P Dunsmoor, II
Spence, Thos Hammond, J T Crow,
and H McGrath ; Marshal, John F
Township Trustees, J Doudna,
A J Lawrence, and Thomas T Not t ;
Assessor, R A Pinkerlon ; Clerk,
A A Adair ; Treasurer, E W Cot
ton ; Constables, Abner Pyle and
John F Sigler; Supervisors, Dis
trict No. 2, John Young ; District
No. 3, Wa-hmgton Conklin ; Dis
trict No. 4, James Loughridgb.
Corporation Mayor, W V? Mc
Carty ; Recorder. Adison A Adair;
Trustees, R L Morrin, J T Crew,
Thos Hammond, H McGrath, N C
Lukens, E M Slanbery ; Treasurer.
C B Bozman ; Marshal, John F
Township Trustees, Jas Lough
ridge, Jeptha Doudna, Tfiomas N
Nott; Clerk, Adison A Adair; Su
pcrvisors, District No. 2, John
Young ; District No. 3, Joseph Van
way ; District No. 4, (blank); Trea
surer, C B Bozmau ; Constables,
John F Sigler and Jacob llatton.
Corporation Mayor, W W Mc
Carty ; Recorder, Lewis Harter ;
Treasurer, C B Bozman ; Marshal,
Cornelius lie id; Trustees, EM
Stanbery, Thomas Hammond, R L
Morris, C F Shepard, E P Duns
moor, J F Sennanstinc.
Township Trustees, David Hol
brook, James Loughndgo, Jeptha
Doudna ; Clerk, Lewis Harter ;
Tro snrvr, C B Bozman ; Consta
bles, Cornelius Head and Abner
Pyle ; Supervisors, 2nd District, N
M Brent ; 3rd District, John M
DIED, ather home in McConnelsville.
Ohio, on Mondav night at 10 o'clock,
March 2Sth, 1870, Mrs. Mary A.,
wife of Judge F. W. Wood, in the
forty-second year of her age.
Stricken hearts linger over the sweet
memories of the past; and, when one
so much beloved as Mrs Wood passes
away, silence to the home circle may
best bespeak her praise. She was a
woman of rare intellect, character and
attainments, shedding a happy influ
ence in every circle, and especially
over the dearest place on earth
"Home, Sweet Ilome !"
She was the daughter. of the late
Dr. r. B. Johnson, and for the many
l years of his aSicticn grtve him such
tender care as to elicit praise from all.
The great anxiety of her heart was
relieved when God took him. from the
sorrows of earth to the Spirit land.
She was always kind to tho poor,
and a liberal supporter of every good
work. During the Rebellion, her
brother, 1st Lieut. P. Johnson, fell
at the storming of Fort Wagoner, and
during all those dark and perilous
days, she, with a band of America's
noblest women, was a constant worker,
giving and gatheriug stores for the
Sanitary Commission, and forwarding
them to the noble men battling for
ITer suffering for many months was
such as few are called to meet, but
was endured with great patienoe and
resignation. She gave to her fiiends
good assurance of her acceptance with
the Redeemer, and He has called her,
as we trust, to the mansions prepared
for those who put their trust in Him."
Calmly, meekly, so sweetly she fa
ded away, not as the flower fadetlr, but
to bloom again in immortal beauty.
It was permitted, in God's good provi
dence, that, daring the laef weeks of
her sickness, her devoted husband,
children, sister, brothers, aud other
dear friends from abroad, were con
stantly with her, ministenBg to her
want3. As they disperse to their
homes and the cares of life, her mem
ory will be precious. May they be
guided safely into the harbor of Hear-1
en, and there meet the loved one
"So lie giveth His beloved sleep."
"She has fallen as a leaf
Fal'ethfrom tho stricken tree,
After Summer, fair and brief,
Filled with song of melody.
"From the peril and the strife,
Hidden, in the years to come,
From the Winter of this life;
God, in mercy, took her home."
W. M. G.
nmss, Stints, tit
S&- Out of the 40 000,000 of peo
ple in the United Slates, 250,000
pay an income tax.
Wc would call Epocial attention
to our stock of Tablo Ware. We
have recently opened a large as
sortment of plated Forks, Spoons,
Pie, Cake and Fish knives, Gravy
and Soup Ladles Our Cases are
also well filled with all qualities of
Table Cutlery, from the Cacoa and
Steel Knife lo the finest Ivory
Rubber with Silver blades. .
H. B. VINCENT & BRO.
S& Hoarhound drops made express
ly for coughs and colds, at Cris. Burck
rST Call and See us. Waiker
& Co. of Malta invites all of his
friends and pjilrons to call and eec
tbem ami examine their Spring
Stock of goods, which consists in
cloths, cassimcrcs, cottcnades, hats,
caps and Gents furnishing goods
All the latest styles are to bo found
there at the lowest cash prices.
Persons indebted to the above
firm are requested to call and 6ettlo
UP . ,
teg" Alpaccas for 50cts.
Alpaccas for75cts. .
Alpaccas for ?1 00.
Alpaccas for SI 20.
New Goods and (.heap at Stone's.
Thk Massachusetts House of Repre
sentatives, by a two-thirds vote, has or
dered to be engrossed a bill to allow
husbands and wives to be witness for
or against each other, both in civil anl
CHRISTIAN HYJIX HOOKS.
A new and fall Fapp'j of Christian Hymn
Books, of all s'z.9 and styles, just received
at tbe Book Store of Adair Bros.
B Ham and Eggs served a' Crie.
Garden Tools already on
bard at Morris' and his prices are
right for every thing he sells.
The Washington Star describes Gen
eral Ames, Senator elect from Missis
sippi, as "a boyish; handsome-looking
chap, with a nice black mustache."
i,New stock "ofVatik SHIP ?I N(J
BILLS received at Alum's Book Store
As Indiana paper te'ls of a lawyer
there who charged a client $10 for col
lecting $9, but said he would not press
him to pay the other dollar for a few
days, if it would be more convenient
for him to let it stand.
3 Oranges and Lemons constantly
received and sold cheap at Cris. Burck
eST'Imitation Rubber Pins, Drops
and Sleeve Buttons at greatly ro
duced prices at Vincent's.
A new snpply of that universally popnlar
Game Squalls just received at AdaIr's
Book btore on yesterday.
ItS? A few new Sweodisb seed
OalB left ; 40 to 42 lbs. to the bush
el, at 75cts. For sale at Stone's.
E-New Raisins and Figs at Cris.
BUFxctlfent work cu Etiquette and
Letter Writing received at Adair's Book
A girl was married in Sioux City
less than a year ago, at the age of
la years, and she is now tho moth
er of three plumy, healthy chil
dren all girls.
SO Look out for New Goods at
Stone's this week.
rnOTOGRAPII ALBUMS 1
A large and fine stork of the handsomest
and cbeare3t Albums ever brought to Mc
Connelaville, just received at Adair's BMk
Store on yesterday. For choice and cheap
Goods they can not be excelled.
JS" New bt Black Silk Velvet
Ribbons, all widths, for ssle at close
profits by Stone.
4SyAn excellent line of Nail B"rc?J!eb
Hair Brcrhkr, and China Dolls, received
at the Book Sto-e on yesterday.
A lady in Maine has been left by
tho war with thirtyvone orphan
grandchildren, ar-d wants either a
pension or another war to provide
Fresh lot of Legal Blanks eoch as War
rantj, Qait Claim, and other Deds, Mort
gages, Justices' Blanks, &c. received at
Adair's Book Store on yesterday.
Thk Boston Transcript is of opinion
that "gentlemen who go fishing on
Sundays in the summer should not
make themselves too conspicuous in
opposing the opening of library rooms
on that day."
5uA large and complete assortment of
Dovble Enameled and Bristol Boar J VISI
TING CARDS received at Adair's Book
Store on yes'erday.
B The Butter Makers Friend.
A lot of Pat Churn (a reidly good
churn) for sale at Morris'.
Cook Stoves at reduced prices.
In New York there are 450
churches and missions of all denom
inations, 315 religKtis and benevox
lent focieties, nearly 300 missiona
ries, aild a large number of volun
teer visitors, wlo are costantly la
boring to amiliorate the condition
of the poor.
S, Chess and Checker Boards, Cherkers,
&c, a good stock, received at the Book
Store of Adair Bros, on yesterday.
A Chlcatro iramblpr lias inventoI a
c r "
npw "fvwil It nnita nf a am a 11
w.. .VB-.v.a.v. L . All II -
ror set in a finger-ring, which, put on
tne little nuger or trie right hand,en
ables the dealer to see every card giv
en to his opponent.
SSL. Fresh Oyster Crackers fc Select
Oysters by the can and dish, at Cris.
AurcKnoiicr s. tf.
..Drawing Cooks and Drawing Car.
received at the Book Store on yesterday.
SST Beautiful IPaid D J mines
and other New Goods arriving at
SCHOOL BOOKa.TOr- BOOKS,
Glass Inkstands, Erasing Knives, Lead
Pencils. Envelopes, Suspension Rings, Steel
Fens, Chalk Crayons, Pocket Ledgers, Re
ward Cards, Pocket Books, Penknives, Po
etical and Miscellaneous Publications, in
good stock, received at Adair's Book Store
by Steamer "Julia" this week.
t New Prints expected in a
fow days at Stone's.
The Best is The Cheapest !
INSURANCE COMFY HARTFCRD.
JI LY 1, IS GO.
"By thir fruits ye know thm."
losses paid In lTty Years.
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGA
Accepted at as
3-FAVORABLE RATES AND
Ai are consistent with solvency and relia
JAMES WATK1NS, Agent.
Jan. 7, 1870. McConnelsvillj. O.
Y OU ALL
An aitsD or
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN B1TTEES
lYcpared by Dr. C It Jarkaoo, nlU4-!pUa
Their tatnxlacttoa into thta country join German?
TtlET CURED TOUH
PATHSB3 ATSD MOTHERS,
And w!l cure yon nnd your children. They Tt
enlirrly dit!creul9a WW ;rrit the mn;
prvpartloi.B now KJii tbe roontr)
emlli-d Bitter or fci M Tonics. They arc
no tavern pn-jw bbLZbi nLilsvralton. or any thinf
liaeone; bat good, booest, ruluttue luctliciaa. Thvj
TV grmUt know nnttlimfir
Diseases of (he Kidneys
ERUPTIONS 0? THE SKIiY
a all Dlaeaiaes arlidax trmwm Dlaois
4ered LlTer, Stomach, r
IMPURITT Or TB BLOOD.
Constipation, Flatalenr-e, Inward Pile
Fullneaa of Blood to the Head, Acidity
of tbe Stomach, Nauaaa, Heart
burn, Bis last for tooA. Fulnoea
or Weight in the Stomach,
Boar Eractations, Siivfc-
in? or YiutterinR at the
Pit of tho Stomach, Surirs
tnin? of the Head, H'irried Or
Difficult Breathin. Fluttering
at tne lie an. unoximr o r
hen in a Iy-A fifin Poatur
Dimneaa of OmmO Vision, Doti
at tne lie art. v Choxmjr o r
or Webe before the Sieht, Dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of FerapirnUon, xeUowneae
of the Skin and Eyea,
Fata in the Side,
Sack, Cheat, Xiicaba, tie..
Sadden Flashee trf Heat, Barn
lnr in the Flesh, CoTjat'tnt Imam c intra
mi Evil and Great Deoresaion of Spirits
AU thitt indtcaU dtteait of tlu Liver er tHyttiitt
Orpan, combined in4 impart Mood.
Hoofland's German Bitters
la entirely Tegetnble, and contain re
llqnor. It I a compound of Pln:d Fx
tracts. The Kooln, Herb, and l!ar!n
from which trtcac extracts Are made
are eatherd f (eruiaiiy.
All tbe mellT rtnal virtue
are extracted t EJlrout them by
a eclc ntl lie vtatr cheiijHr.The.e
extracts are then larvrarded to ttiis
eon ii try to t" naed expaS$y for the
uanofactr ra of these Bfs There H
no alcoholic aJ"nt'c yt'&iif JWnd uwd
In tompaunil; tisfiitJer, hence it ia
the only UUcsr tu.ii can bo b la
cases where aueeliolle stimaUajats are
Hoofland's Gerrmn Tonlo
S) S combination mf mil thr. injrredirnlM of 0ke Bitten,
eC ruaa Sana Cnu Mum, Oranyt, etc R it nt-i
tor Vtttame duentrj ot Ik BiUrrt, in easa rnhfrt torn
part alcoholic ttimnlut it required. You mii oear is
mind that tkat remedies are entjroly different from
any othert adveriiord for the eurt of IA itRsr Mm'4,
Ve being tcienUfic preparation! of medtcin tl extract,
Uk Urn aOurt are men drctcUom of nu in tout
form. Tke TONIC it aWidrdl one of Ot molt pirn
oani and agreeabU rtmediti ever ojftrei to the public.
Ht latte it trqnitite. Hit a pfetunrt to take it, while Ht
Hfe-firing, exhilarating, and medicinal ftalititt ksnt
tammd U W Una at the greatest efaU tt ra
Vn it mm svv epuot gpnofianeTt OTmom
OXtten or Tonic mammmmmma ate of Ihltiidu.
Them impart m ton (3 H d vifor tothmhol
lyXfrn, ttrrvr'hm sT'' ui
sm enjoyment of r'i aJifisi food, eunlH Ju to-
to tHjt'ttmUpunJy tne food, jta e pomm, sound,
kmlthm cmipUsion, eradicate the yMow tinge from Ike
tf, impart a bloom to tke cheeks, and ekanje Ike patient
from a skoibrenlhrd, emmciatrd, m- ck, arjt nervous
invalid, to a full-faced, stout, and wianroia f-rton.
Weak and Delicate Children art
made stronjr by nlnf the Bitters ol
Tonic. In (act, they are Family JledV
cities. They can he admlnftcn-d with
perlct safety ts a child three raoitths
old. the ml delicate lesnale, er a tuaa
Them Semedift art tke best
ever Intmen, and will rare nil ditrnsrs renJtrryf from
bad blood K'rp yoirrsspsjss Hood pure ; krrji yoMr
lever in order ; kep W Jf.M digestive organs
in a sound, henl'hv M c-giwnas, by the ute
sf these mu-(ft-,csesacldsd srs thorite u-ili
tomrmstmil pom. The best men in ike Ltmntrf recommend
them, if peart ef heaat reputation f for mngthinf
pan must trt tkete yreparalismt.
FROM no. GEO. XT. WOODWAaMJ,
Chief Justice of the Pi-preme Cnnrt of rVnnayivanla
l'mnti! ran, Mnrrh 19. 1H7.
1 find " Jlooland's Cnmttn Hitters" is not an inlns
looting berrraef, bat it a fd fanie; uttfit! in dwrders
Y tke diftttm orpans, and of great benefit in ot of
itbUUg ss4 want of nervosa action, in tke system,
l ours truly.
0. W. WtTODWAJlD.
FROM BOX. JAKES TBOBf80V,
Jndgs of the Supreme Court ef PsaDnytvaoia.
1'HiLiniLraii. A"Tli 2. 1
I consider jr?K "SIooHand'e
ktmiB Bit PV " valuable
medicine laraM ' Acl of attacks of
ladlxfullonia . ,i mot 1 Jpeplt.
I can eerttly tbi from my experience o4
It. Years, with respect.
FROM REV JOSEPH H KEXHARD.D. D,
Pastor of the Tenth OnpUst Chareh, Philadelphia
Da. jACKS'ni -DlAS His: 1 moot been freqnenilf
rrauested to ermnort my nam mi! recommendations nf
dijierenl kinds of medicines, but rewarding tke practice
msonlof my appropriate tpkorn, i have in a'l taset tie
dined; but witka clear proof im sarins! iniianctt, and
particularly in my own family, of Ike usefulness of Or.
UooJUsmaVs German Bitters. I deport or ones from my
uonai item II, to sxpress my full conviction that tor Ken
and debility ef tlie vKU.'m arxl c.pocially for Livei
Complaint, it ia aiv scrxniaTe and valuable
reparation, tn tiS,V I torn cases it max
fail; eat usual! y I &.l i mU nt, li w
be very Ifrn.ftri n 'iiirn tJ to those who suff
rom mm aam causes. Yours, wry rsjctfully.
J. B. Kiss AMD,
Mtykik, btlow CvaUs mreeL
mwtjbmmts German Remedies are munterf'iled. Tit
pmuint home tke tinnalurt of C. M. JacliWa on
me front of tke outside wrapper of eaek bottle, and Iks
tmme of tke article bloom in tack boM. AU others art
Tries mt the Hitters, $1 OO per koltle ;
Or, a hall dozen for tb OO.
Price ol the Xoule, II it) per bottle)
Or, a naif dozen lor 7 40.
fhe tonic la pat op in quart bottles.
Mecottect that it is Dr. HnoMT Oermetn KemeA'es
tat or so uniouml'u tued and so highly recom
mended ; and do an naaasi allow tke Druogists
induce you lo talc M i-inylking else tkut he
may say s just at ei IJgood, become at
makes a lasyr preji' I mmur on O. The Memo
ties wU be sent by express Ut any locality spos awidow
ton to the
Ms. tSl AMCH STRUM T, ilailtia
CHAS. M. EVAH3,
rormoTiy a VL JACKSON OO.
Thcsa rSaBxcdles are far sale mj arras
rlsta, Storekeepers, and TIedlelne BanV
DomHforoH C cennint wB the mrtiiU pom bny, mt
McCONNELSVILLE, April 1, 1870.
FLOUR Best family 5,50;
WHEAT $1,00 per bushel.
CORN' MEAL 0,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.00. Fall. $1,05.
OATS 35 tents pf bcsbel, wholesale.
Hay $15 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEKD 33,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED--SI 75 to 2 00.
BEANd-$2 00 per bsshel.
DRIED APPLES 6ets. per poond.
DRIED rEACHES?3 00 per bush.
POTATOES $0 40 per oush., at
BUTTER 25 cts. per poand,
E(JGS 15 cts. per doz,
FEATHERS- 75 cte. per tb.
SUUAR.12 to 15 cts. per lb.
W H 1TK SUGAR - 14 to 17cts..Ib.
COFFEE 20 to 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- $1 00 to 1 60 pr lb.
M GLASS ESSorguui 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 pr gallon.
SFRUP" $1 00 per potion.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
sale. CAXDLES20cts per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH 10as per lb.
SAL' S1.7. per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES P-cfc pled, 15 cts pt-r lb.
CARBON 01tj 40cts. per (rll..D.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per pIUi.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per callon.
TO THE ELECTORS
MORGAN COUNTY, OHIO.
Cohiiisrioxke's Ofi-ice, Morgan Co., 0., )
McConnelsTille, March 8. 1870. J
At a regular session of the Commission
ers of Morgan county. Ohio, held March 8,
lt7l), it was ordered that the matter ol'con
structire Free Turnpike Koads in Raid
eonnty fjlorgan, under Ihe act of April
SO, ISP!), as atiienlcJ by tLe act of Ftbruary
16th. 170, Le fubmitted to a vote of the
qualified electors of sai-1 rouutv on the 1st
MONDAY OF APRIL, IsTO, being the 4th
lay of M month. In case there is a ma
jority of said electors in favor of conatract
ing Free Turnpikes in said county, the
Board of Commissioner propose to build
and construct three leadii.p lines of such
roads on each aide of the river, beginning
ut the town of McConnelsville and building
so much of each of said lines as a levy of
four million each dollar's veluhtion of the
taxable property ou the Duplicate of said
county will build. The tax thus collected
to be expended equally on each of said lines
By order of Commissioners
MORGAN COUNTY, OHIO. JAMES B. McGREW. A. M. C. O.
March II, 1370 i .
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
nil articles pertaining to the
- He hnson hand constantly a large and
extensive !ock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
II E ATT Y & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. inarll.lTO-ly.
o. n. woodwop.tii.
W. C. DATIDSOS.
IN"o. 201 Liberty St.,
for the ealk ot
9And all kinds of ConnrrT Troduce.-TS-
Loiisigiuneiits So iciteil. Returns made
A Liberal Advance luaJe cm Consignments.
Slenns i Colli u, Grocers, Tittsburg ; Wm.
Miller, (Jrocer, Pittsburg; Arbnthuot, Shan
non A Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, Pittsburg;
Gill Bros., Hoots and Shoes, Tittsburg ;
Pittsburg National Bank of Commerce,
Pittsburg; Trainer Anderson, Philadel-
5'hia ; J. Howe Jt Co., Sew York : Lewis
ones Son, Baltimore; Straight, beming
A Co., Cincinnati; Wiek I'rowder A Co.,
Cleveland, O.; Holmes, Butler 1 Co., De
troit ; First National Bank. Jetlerson.O.;
Caiman A Co., Cherry Valley, O.; Chamb
erlain Bros., l'aietine, O.: llawley A Kings
bury, Salem, O.; Kite K. Harris A C..; V ou
ster, O.; "W. H. JlaMory, Sui.fiih, O; F
Kampher, Strnfish, O; Stewart A Luzure, Ca
diz, O; Wells A Dunn, Marietta, O.
Zanesi llle ItunlnesN Cards.
sc S 5
-a a bt
gULLlVAX & UROWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS 1
Blank Book Jlanufaclory,
FIXE JOB iRITIG
Onr ipccialty. Music, Magazines, Ac.,
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. jpsT' sunk l;oo's ror Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, best payer at the
1 AM? oat ra t.a
ZaiHsviHe, Oct. I5,lsej.
PRINTING 1 ! 1
Tli o Cheapest
NOW PUBLISHED IN SOUTH-EASTERN
TITE ATTENTION OK THE BUSI
NESS PUBLIC IS CALLED TO TUB
OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
WE HAVE THE BEST AND LAT
EST KIND3 OF
rnamcuf nl printing!
And our aLilily to get out trork prompt
ly is unsurpassed in this section. We
have a large variety of printing types,
and our rates are such a will not fail
to suit all who may favor ui with their
1YE SOLICIT ORDERS.
D g ! !
CLOTHING ! ! !
ALSO THEY "WOULD CALL TI?E
ATTENTION OF THE I'UBLIC TO
TIIEIU FACILITIES FOK FILLING
Cli O T II I KG
Made to Order,
AS THEY NAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SPARE NO
FAINS TO MAKE A !OOD FIT FOR
ALL WHO ilAY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE !
STORE, Southwest Corner of the Pub-
M CONNELVILLE, OHIO
May be fourid At his orlice on
THE OCTU-ITEST CORNER
At all times, w hen not absent on Profess
Sept. 21, lSC3-tf.
J. T. L'REW,
ATTOItXE Y-AT-L A W.
Over EreTvster's Store, near Court IlouiaJ
All follrclion Trcmptlir lltrnu'cd tc.
FALL Trade. 63.
bare a well selected stock of Dry Guod,
Groceries, tneensvarc,Buot3aiid Shoe?, Ac,
O RE A TL T It ED U CED TP. CE5
STiIHE : Xorlli-Wcst Corner cf Center aa i
II 'Connelaville, Ohio.
Ayril 23 ly.
T?obort TL- !IMonis.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Pftrni linpT
nients, Piiilding Materials, Phclf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Good,
TIX A XI SHEET IX 0 2? WA RE
Opposite. the Court Ilou.'e,
M'CuKXitsf lux, Onto.
TT, C. TRESIZE
asks the piblie to call and cxamiao hi
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Ain
hri'types, Gems, Ac, Ac, whieh eannt bo
sin psed anywhere. He has perfected st
lungoments whereby any one etin Le ae
eoinodted with the finest of Oil Tainting
and pictures of India Ir.k 'Work. Kooms
over Boone's Paddlcr Shop, in J. C. Fton'
nuiiaing, ven-.tr Mreet, ii ConncUvilIe,
Jan 1 ly.
Fruit Trees !
If yos wart to pro-T thehest apples ia Am
erica send to
C. B. SWEETLAND
CJiimcs' CclIcn, Stark and 4(li
They are the Ifst and most proSlahle ap
nle.i in Ohio. The nririnJ
Golden hns not failed to produce a GOOD
crop of fruit f. r over twenty years. The
apples are highly recommended hy all the
1 ..k i a ti ) we, c.. M . a
iiyititutvuiai CWK'MM aUU .A g TIC 31 1 UX 8 1
papers. 1 ccn furnish
1ST O . 1 TREES
J"Send in your orders soon, ns the teesa
on tor planting is close at hand.
I am also prepared to
FURNISH ANY KINO CF TREES
that may he wanted, whether fruit or orn
amental. C. B. SWEF.TLAXP,
Feb.il tf. McC'onneloville, O
A. W. WALKER. J. C. wALEEB i
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST 501 WE !
Our miCES will suit the tines. AH or
ders accompanied by a re? ponsible name
will be promptly titled. Thij lirm is al
ways up to the latest fashions, and warrant
their clothing to stand the scrutiny of the
most fastidious. They Veep goods to sell by
the yard or in any shape tosuit purchaser!.
Ladies' 'Ioaking always on hand.
CALL. EARLY IICFORE TI1D
Kl JtH BLC.1AS !
Mar. 19 ly.
. li. II ALL,
Wholesale and Retail
I'QaT CEB "JET'S L2r?
550. BUSIMS "l)UNE ON A
STKICnF CASH SYSTEM
irv 7. isoo-tf.