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FRIDAY, . . STO.
ilBrran Co. Medical Society.
. Aa adjourned aveting of tbe Horraatje-.
Hadioal SocUcy will b fell ia the reeta
adjoining Bobevisjo's Drsg tjtorv-; ia He
Cateriwrfte,-oa--- ----- j-....
TUKSDAT, J IN. 3rJj 1871V ---,
"Tt it toped titers' will br a ftiH aw! prompt
nadnice.--- - -i - " Nwv.lltiii0,U.
Notice is directed to the Law
r i : . -.
Crd of Unna & Kennaar.
;&i.LTA Ah IAD. Go to TIL flail's
.4or-Sehool t Hooka, Fars, Traaka,
MlHioery Goods, tot - - , .
Remkmbi tbe Public Meeting at
the Uood Templar Lodge - Room
tbla eternce: Everybody is invited
ute, baa taken, a poaitioa oa " the
PitUbtrrgfc Giti-tttt; -,,.-..
, n t inw
j yta want a Brat-class religions
journal. sena ior uie itew -or.
-"IttifefsTidwrt.. 8e notic-laeiJbjye.
frfi'Xuropeati war still wages.
Kd'material " cliVrti2e7-rB-;tao-ttlua-Uor..
-fe-jftnoi UM--advrtu3emanVwf .the
-"Ori4o1 Farmer,"., found uiUus issue
of rtr paper .'-"fr
tJra-X- , I,, J
GOJDET'S itJjADT itpolc is one of
the best periodicals of the ago
Tex Jlorgan 'yoaaif Cterutaisttoh
daj; and Wednesday, of this week.
TR-t Jts liiisfiJ-f f 4 1 hi
tJT estira! .;Jasflry ucce8slaf on
Wednesday eTeninj. "eceijjts"S93
and upwards. We hare hid no re-
j IL.B. Viacani, t ihej.firm of H.
B. Vincent A Bra.,' fcas jnst return-
" ed from the East whh fall assort-
ment of the Jewetry ' and Silrer
iiWare lines of HohdtT Goods. Their
; uuriruum is.uiu ceue vi mvltcuwu
tor all admirers of the binetifuL .
". f-'- iii iiilw ,1 . . .
'T""' IJeports from the ' Jlountsville
b. iodge ul Good TempTarS.lately or
ganized, are fi&ttefuig indosd. . A
ready there are twenty members
befcnppf rttjd (fe are t te
( lr.iu&vca ai ineir next meciirg.
Ttix '-yew York ObserTer Tear
i$xj1, 'i.til'j0! instruction of a vaf
nibla kind for all classes. .The pa---i
iper, the .New York Observer, ranks
- afaonistthe ablest - is lue eoentrr.
Cft Monday last, a terrifiic wrnd
Rtoflrl'tfiifftsl P-4l I lection of the
oOMTT-. - We Ua -tf TeaefxT
blown belter skbllAf in all parta of
the County, and here in town the
roof was blown off of the Wnarf
boat, glass knocked oat cf the store
SxxrxL S. SjOler, one of McCon
nelsviUe's yoan rccn, died, at his
'fnotnint, aed about twentt-three
i. iJj"ears., He was sick Trat a few day,.
and died Ixom . inija rious efftt ts re
sulting from following his trade,
that of a painter. About nine
, months ago, Mr. Sigler joined the
Presbyterian Church of this place.
teraay morning, Eev. ilenry Cct)y--er
RrNxwAT.On Wednesday, Jos':
JJjIOiXI Mc(iR4!jrJi drfyisttis pair
of grey marcs down the river, B his
way to Eoxbury, wlieft," aboSt fwu
tailes down, they got frightened at
te iiIS0i!iffi5' n1 whiffed round, spti
m fa.. .Set U buggy, thrsifr bio pkl, and
a started ont.th ran .p thariver.-e.
"' Jlr. McCocnel-w-aff dragged sooie
alight injuries, one oo the head and
i.oaa eo the iiond which, however,
.-trere aot seriotrs enoffgb tot Uf hiSi
tip. ' The "buggy waa literally iota
Akothxx Fiax We are infolfm-
ed that the .dwelling Loose of Sit.
imon Cool, in Meiorsville tOwnshin.
Sioifwtfiajfjearlyipls'itlj cttents, was
litis sapposed tu roof caught fire
frdm a defective Sue, lind when
"'"4eetf by tfeefftusxly! 4 got so
much under headway.; ihat they
could save bet few articles of furni
ture. His smoke house was also
destroyejjilf;. Cool was absent at
the time. We are not advised of
his probablo loss ; ard Understand
.tbat be bad not any rmraraace OTT
CBRISTXiS IS COMISO. T&S tt SS-
aorfaient of Notions ever brought to
this market is now on exhibition at
- J " , d J' I VI
Lace Ceftars, from 50 cents to $5.00 ;
Lace Ifanderchiefs, $2.00 to $6.00.
. Liner Collars and Cuffs, Linen- Hand--XereiBfcfsv
chiefs, White and Bandanna Silk
Handkerchiefs. earl Sleeve Buttons;
over fifty pieces Black Velvet Bibbons,
Fancy. Balmoral Bose. Ladies and
Genta FUR, of all kinds. BoW Rib
bons, Sash Ribbons, and many other
hb fcunu bu& uu ijiniDt for
- JjUsowc. At
k. stated meeting -of
Lodge, No. 285, F.
at UnionVille. Ohio.',
m.n.-ata Amitie :
ueia as LDionTiu, udid,
Dec. 3d, A L 6870, the following offi
cers elect were installed by Bro: John
Tarbell, for the ensuing rear :
L. P. Culver, W. IL
W. Ford, S. 'W.
H. J. Nojes, J. W.
B. Birch, S. D. '
ffa Dearth, J. D.
K. Patlen, Treastirfef ;
J. W. Barkhurtt, Secretary.
John Johnson, Tyle'f.
JxitES M. W ILLIAMbON, SOB of the
late Samdel Williamson, died on
Monday evening last) at abont nine
o'clock, in the S6th yeat of Lis ige.
lie was born atid lived his whole
life' in jflctJonlJefsville V ftn'J, AiiSei
qnenlly, was well known io all o'br
citizens: KatnratTy of a lively, gen
erous and trpeiiheartcd dwposition,
he was one of tbofie easily to be led
LU I UiU uv lug Uliui"cuuyi auu W
nrtittely" dcceiira"taay'-b thj
charged to the account of those w-ho
bare kept such institutions in Mo
Concelsviile in. the past Un or
The funeral services took place on
TV ednesday, at 2 o'clock, P. AI , and
were cbndncted r by. Be v. J. P. McLean,-
cf the XJniversalist Church."
tiBiNEZEB Allaed, near Mounts-
ville. this County, met with a ae-
rious accident Oft last Friday.
t46 wv.it)S i. for-hdrse ttam
.agon k lopded w.th
hitched li ,a. w
hav. siUins on top of the hay. On
desceadiiig a billi thebbfsesaUemp
ted to run away, and be, in endea
voring, to. check tbero, eansed about
tb,ree hundred ponnds of the hay to
sMeiorws&fch to ' thVTeeVoV lh
horses, carrying him with it, rThifl
caused the faOTee's to rda all thi
.ffctxr.wad. between ;tbe. .ktcknoj of
the horses and being run over by
the wheels of the wagon, Hr-,A.l-
lard bad Lis right arm broken, the
right side of his head injured tear-1
ng the) 9af- lecsBj arfif irfUinoJ
some very serious injuries in his
side and back. It is th'ocgSC he
will rewver. Mr. Allard was a sin
gle roan, and b about thirty ycarsj
of age. :
IasxNsx preparations are bcirg
made by the Misses Holbrook for
the Holiday trade. Thvy have corn
a larjre ' and variod assortment
Of Lco Collara, Handkerchleff., &c;
and nave alrc-adj received a groat
variety of Bonnets afai Hate, Furs
for Children, Missed, and iLadms;
Gloves cf fill varieties and sizes and
some beautiful Dolls roof 8 beautiful
ly dressed that make the little girls
go into ecst atles of deligtitf and in
numerable other articles that we've
not space to fliention bere--a)l just
what you watt for Holiday preS
ferts. - They are always up. .to the
times at Ildlbrook'a at all season.,'
jaaaa all occasiocs. , Dohi fail to
Catl there when on
the lookout fof
Ok Thursday eveniug, of last
week, a telegram was received Lore
announcing the death of par late
citizen, Jokas Powxlt, at KffvsdsJ
MiMWTt. The deceased was well
known thf-onglibut tins Ccuiiy,und
tenor-twelvaycars ago was one a
m on get our foremcsU business men.
vSatbat t-jme ha, hslaccumulateJ,
by his own exertions, quito a liafid-
Some. fortu'Oey and, was -iaa fi'p
tq. become one of the most wealthy
and injnentfal mea on theTalby.
But) fik e tLousands 'aid'tfionsands
iTvalaad gone.befsfe LimanJ that
tfe got ftg very dayj his career of
prosperity Vnu usefulness -'was cul
short by that fell destroyer Of
htrman hopes and happiness, Intern-
Jeraace; The fcram-shtp enchained
h-rra, and robbed hi'tt, , ftot only of
most of bis wealth, bst also of rtfoei
ali. the etqTjlin'g cfemcrti that ns
tare bad beBtpped.cn1ihf., ile was
about forty-6vo ycart of are. UkW
jyaveroa &.Powfyd after
bis remains" oa J"ffday morning of
last week, and will poTiably arrite
here this evening. ? if J -
Proceedings of County Commissioners.
DEC. SESSION, 1870.
noch Mcjuturf, alteration of ro'adf
in Marion township, ordered that
the petition be dismissed" and QQiii
paid by petltioeorSLJi.i
James Finney, alteration of rclald
in iJioom township; viewers appoin
ted. , " : '
: ' George j, . Henderson1, County
Commissioner elect, -presented his
official bond1 itr the sum of $5,000 60
and it war placed on file.
County Jail.- wa examined and"
proaddnced 16 be In' ad good condi-
tioa as it can be under present err
Report of Infirmary itl rcctorV
read and examined and1 ordered to
be published in both the County pa
pers. Adam Wells, alteration of road in'
Homer townehip, established.
John Boats, alteration, of road in
Deerfrefd township, established.
Henry jailyy alteration ef road
trf Italia townobrp,' established on
condition that the petitioners pay
nan me carriages-.
Robert MfilhofcV'. eJtetfrftfth' cf
road in Malta and Penn.townsbipS,
aumistrea ana expenses eraerea ta
be paid by petitioners; "-
t-The constantly increasing sales
at A DA I R"8 Book Store render it nec
essary for that firm to make frequent
purchases. They have now en routi to
this T)lac three senarate shinmenta nf
Goods, and will receive alditional sup-
f'lltw VCIUl - U11VU 1104 IUI U9U
days. ..:. . i..' ,; j
1 .J I- ' SX
tijaEOHlQ FAB.M.BRS' CON- J
JdjTION PO WDEB3. These Cele
. . v : . . , it. :
hid "Pn.l. hay heeri for a lit-
tie bVetf twd years and a half before
the public, and have received flat
tering testimonials from every one
who has need them. Hundred of
certificates, setting forth their good
qualities, could be obtained, bat all
that is asked for them is a fair trial.
They are a seientiSo preparation,
and are warranted to give satisfac
tion. It can be truthfully said that
Ihey ara . BETTER TUAS ALL
OTHEfiS for the pnnfj-isg of the
blood of animals. See advertise
ment. Manufactured by S. Spragoe,
McConnelsvillc, Ohio, and sold by
ITrSjJglststmcf Country Merchants, i
The Best Bors' iin Gisls Macaiisi
-Demorest'S' Yonj America monthly,
..r f . .i
sparkling with entertaining Storiee, Po-
ems, .rubies, uc,
and Other entertaining features, profu-j
sely illustrated, and- eafculated to am-
inntrtfcli Ihd 'elevate Y'oune Ame-'
rica. Sfiigle e&piei, 12 cents. Yearly;
tl .50, - with a choice of the following
beautiful and valuable premiums to
each subscriber A Sne Parlor Chromoj
worth 5.09. Size; 10x12 and equal to
a fine Oif1 Painting; or a fine MtfroccC
gilt edge Pocket Bible; or a fine pearl
handle two-blade Pocket-Knife, and a
Pallet of best Paints; or a superior Spy
Glass; er, the fright Side (weekly) for
year, or, Schtfoldr-y Visitor for one
year, or Wood's Hotlseho!d Megasine.
n Wf. of' Ad7,n"
misl of splendid premiums offered to
sibgle-adbscribers to Deniof est s Mont
hly Magazine, and numerous other val
uable and splendid premiums for clnbs.
ThirtyeVerf subscribers at tl. 50 each,,
secures a $55.00 Jrover & Baker sewing-machine,
or twenty subscribers and
f 25 extra in money, with the single
premium to eaeh subscriber. Specimen
fcopiesTfUh circulars, mailed post-free
on recipt of 10 cents. Address W. jsa
kisos Demorsst, 838 Broadway, N. Y.
Do not fail to send for a specimen.
n ;i3 k ..q -j
TistosKSTa M5!fTHLT-MjAziye. -Choice
Literature, Fashions. Music,
UoUseliold Matters, etc. combining the,
entertaining,- the taol, and the beau-
tiful.' The model VJirlor 1 magazine of
4rneriraSpredid C!iroin,6, Premiums!
To. each yearjyaubscriber St $3.00,' will
be sent, post-free, a beautifal $5.00 par
lor Cbromo, siar fOxlJ, and qiiile equal
to afine oil painting; or, for $!J)0 extra,
with the $5.00 ChromO Is also giveS
"The Mischievoirs Peta." br Oarter,size'
16 x 20, or the ' Blonde and Brunette,"
by Noel, size 13 x 17, price S1O00 each;
or, for $2.00 extra, "Red Ridiug hood,"
by Diffenbach, size 16x20, price $12.00,
and the $5.00 t'hromo; or, for $3.00 ex
tra, Jerome Thompson's masterpiece,
"Biawatha'a Wooing," chromoed by
Gurney, size 15x25, price $15.00, to in--elude
the $5.00 Cbromo; or, for three
subscribers at $3.00 each, will be sent
"Hiawatha's Wooing with the $5.00
Chrotnos to two of .the- subscribers.
This is the most liberal offer In the
ra J of pTerriitttfts ever made, being $5 00
in talu'e fe a single subscription re
quifihg only $3.00 in cash, or $18.00in
vMlue foe ii Ou ia cash, or $20.00 in val
ne fot $5.no in cai'h, or $23.00 in value
for $0.00 in cash, tit $M.Oti in value for
$9.00 in cah, and the finest and best
CLromos ever published. Specimen cop
ies of the Magazifie, with circulars,
mailed free on receipt of Ifft'ents. Ad
dress, W. Jkx.mxg!) Dmorest,38 Broad
way,New York. The Chromo, "Hiaw
atha's"" Wooing; withcrtrt any other
premium, iwHI to giyea for only two
aubscriplioTiffor one subscription for
The Vote for Wendell Phillips.
ayTJhua briefly alluded' to the vote cast
Cr.' Phillips, in a recent lecture
deliver ed Jfi Music Hail, Boston,
in the Massachusetts election:
We Irate pst frott forty to sixty
representatives in tho two bouses of
tbo Jjegislattrre to represent temp.
erance and labor. YTe have given
these Ktstfef a keener atfd heartie r
discussion in one short month than
any other twenty irio'ulha of our roc
or can show. We have carried them
horn e to the respect and to th a con
fidence of ifie CoisWoiiweltb. We
bavetldn thfi, comraderin (hefaco
of the wholo jotfrnahStrf uf the Slate.
Oiifof hundreds o? daily papers, tho
columns -of only twoiwcre open' Co
V? journalsi pihej-ise utterly tn
scrupulous In Statement-and char-
gee ard yet, contending against
sucb a itiagaraOioppositiya.tbe tem
perance party in its- erst year, and
the Labor party in its second, have
rolled t'j) a vote and Set n red or con
trrbuted to lhe election of JRepreeen
lati Ves" more tlratf ' treble what an
other party in the whole history of
the Cora men welth ever reached on
its CrSjtjpr second jear.jAppladfte .J
Father Mathew on Prohibition.
' . Father Mathew's ideas relative to
Prohibition are clearly expressed in
the following letter he wrote to a
young man, George W. Pepper, who
hvod in Ohio in 1854. It is aa fol
lows : .
CORK, 14th June, 1854.
2itf Iear Yoitng Frieni: The
question f; 'probibtin'g: the sale of
ardent spirits, and the many other
intoxicating dnrrks, which are to
be formd irr our country, is not new
to me the princip'o of prohibition
seems to me to be lire otly safe and
certain remedy for the' evils of In
temperance. This opinion" has been"
strengthened and confirmed by tbo
hard labor of mure than twenty
years m'the Temperance cause. ' I
rejoice in" the ' welcome intelligence
of tire formation of a" Maine Law
A'lliacce, which 1 trust tfiir be the
means Coder God of destroying' the
ruatfd fittfcVce joJ, C'ritcq E"nd paup.
erism. A'ilow nre to thank yctf for
your earnest, active, and indefatig
able labors in this great move
ment: - " ;'..' " -' i "
I see by ihs papers that you are
the subject of petty and mean pers
ecaiion of the publicans ; this will
in the end apeak well for the cause.
BCTTER is down to. 25. cenis per
ponndand egginare- CeBtapar
Fraah Kestf Foot Oil, Lard Oil, Car
boa Oil, Witsara Oil, Sperm Oil, Linieed
Oil, and boat tSuaiU Knh Oil) at
David ilolbrook saya about Dun
fcan'a Expectorant, "I have known its
good qualities for twenty-five years.
and have recommended nunaredd of
people to use it."
3a. Use Pzeeltior Hair Beatoralive, on'
ly H eopta a bottle,
w.tH hot cakea.
. K!ch VaseS, Ornaments Of Parian,
L,vfcand Bohemian Glassware in great
variety "joat i-jcieiv;ed at the Queens
nA ware 6torS 6T K. L. tehkins. - j
la large supply, received at ADAIR'S
isooa More within a few days.
i -Dr., Ihlca't.xFX!rUit PVlht to
be kept cm. hand tn aery hoXt tnd give at
. . ' ' iv.. ;
" or toiigku teten. "
v1 , Z ? jv-"w
t Jones Baking Poder it not only
Bold by 6. SPEAGCE.
I- Hats a
reduced prlces at C.
L": . : ..
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Stflfd Silver and Silver plated
Ware In great Variety, and latest
designs, at vlneVnt's.
- Holiday Gifts, l oya and useiful arti
cles suitable for gifts in great variety
at the Queensware Stord
Lota of Sew tivoda -
To bo received aSiia's Book Store
next week. They tfill be receiving con
stant supplies of freshjand deairable
Goods from now until after the; Holi
Thfry ivili iSve a stlperb. Stock
ecsu A "complete" ai-sorimcnt of
Traaks t,C. L. Hall s. ?
"'No mistake aUtniflHTfae Shbe. Fly.
Cigar is the lest cigar ever introduced
in this community as can Le seen from
the great quantity maijiufnctured and
sold bv P. Sweeri Jt I o. Every coun
try merchant . otrght to- give thm a
trial, they will .find, tbem a saleable
cigar, and pay a good profit. j
HOLIDAY GOODS it.
. ( Extensive pri-paratioh's are ranking
by Our friends at the Book Store frtv the
Holiday season, and we ayfed by
j them that they ifftend havine a very
inree nd desirablo stock of Holidav
Goods, and Trill cShibit the handsomest
. assortment ever brought to this place.
tf. For Holiday Croods, aro to
Serios complete ; Kay'a Arithmetics
and .AleebfaA, .with' keys to the
same ell at C L. Hall's.
tPLm Isaiah Kenniion say. "I hare
used Duucku's ExDetnrant n niv own
family for years, and believe it the best
of the kind in use." - ; '. i.-.-v -
ra.The best RAZORS and AOR
STROPS are sold at 4daib's BookSiore
The finest and 'arpest variety of
Queensware. OUsS. China, - and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to McCcfnhel.-.
ville. at the Queensware Store. Call
and see for yourselves.
Scbool Books !
All kinds of School Books usied in the
County are sold at ADA 1 R'S Bookstore.
They keep large lots of M'Guftey's Se
ries of Readers, Ray' Arithmetics and
Algebras, Harvey's, Greene's and Chan
dler's Grammars, Monteith and M'Nal--ly'a
Series of Geographies, and a hund
red other kinds of School Books.
A very large and fine assortment of
Qneensware just received, call and ex
amine the quality and prices at It. L.
im-New slock of WALL PAPER ex
pected next week at Adair's Book Store.
b?U If yt'U want Milliuery Goods
gO to C. L Hall'S. i
. . -1 .. a ' .', " -
ISwSplendid and cheap It i" STIC
FRA.W ES at A Diii'i Book Store.
v.- I 11 I I, 1 . 1 ,
Go to C. L. Hall's , for Furs.
A pew lot just received, and will be
Soli cbenp.1 K V ? i H I' '7
: A Indywrittt, " DK jjuaairi t Ex-
perloraut it tkt en!u medicine that hms ever
afforded me relief arAen ktft (hote etere
attack y difficulty of breathing. ;
IQ-Anything in our line. of business
that we do not keep 13 stock,- that may
be wanted tot Holiday presents, will be
promptly supplied by leaving. orders at
tbe Dot k store. AHA lit iiKOS,
" '"' 'a-Jviaaa.4,
A rioSsfacts Mhtakb. 'Cbrons
ic Dyspepsia can't be cqred,! say the
Doctors., Heaten forgive. them !
Can't 6e . cured f" Why'Hooflnnd's
virciraan x liters anu iiorranj s ion
ic have cured five Iboueand (jijepcty.
tics wiiniri tne last year 1 xc man
or woman affected. With Indisposi
tion ever tried1 thetfo matsLlesa veg
etable stomachics without expen
encit.g immediate relief. Io acute
Dyspepsia, the 'Bitters (which con
tarn fro'a'tohon remove evervavmri.
torn, aud efieil a perfect afYd perm I
ueui, ronuvauvii ui luvuigeauvs
ftrn-jtions in a: week or ten days,
and " in chronic cases, tire Tonic,
(whfcfr fa also" a diffusive stimulant)
acts with almost electric rapidity
trpb thro fiorpid siorrfaeft, restoring
at once its &astrio vig6'v sad the
appetite of the invalid.- Depot, Jfo:
631 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
C(ld: ty; alf rpggi?A i i z
' iSF-EepIenish your pnrses 'krti pre
pare for tire epleudid array of Holiday
Goods' soon to be displayed a Anna's
Book Store. . ... . .
J:J5. UAVSA,,. , .Xd. M. KJKNEDY.
1IANNA &. KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNJELLORS
On Center" Street, near the Public Square,
'Steial stteritioa given to Collections.
:Y Before 'John
John Shaner, Plaintiff,
vs. IS. Tibbs. J.
If ordica L. Andrews, Dsrt. J P.. of Homer
township, Morgan county, Ohio. Oaths
31st day of October, A. D., 1870, said Justice
issued aa Order of Attachment in tha above
action for 1 14.60 and probable costs of
123.00, which case ia set for trial on the 7th
day of January; A. D., 1871, at J o'clock.
of aaid day.
JOHN BHAy ER, riaintiff.
By A. Dm, bis Att'y,
December l:h) 13rt 3 w.
" ; " ' it
Thi lKDVMiPKKT of -.New.. York has
issued -a circular to ita buainesa pat
rons, which reads as folfows ;
TUE IXDEPCJfDE.tf .
SUBSi;EIPTIt)5 PRICE OSLY 2 50
1KB ANNUM. .
Its Ezlensive Circulation in all parts
of the Country.
The Most Popular Religious Weekly
in the World. v - -
The following facts and figures tak
en from our Mail Books prove most con
clusively that The Independent is the
best advertising medium in the coun
try. We stand ready to show our books
to any adverteser who doubts the acc
uracv of our statement. We are aston
ished ourselve) at this revelation of iin:
paralleled facts and figures made in a
recent examination 01 our dooks. a a
r4i. ,;n .Unh-.rSn minrl that
The Independent probably circulates
!hrongh news agents, to whom we
; make larce sales jrf liiany placesnotl
mentioned on oar MaU thoks. We do
not believe, for instance, thai any sin-
o newBniue- in the, Stat ft ifamiao-.
hu-etta, either secular or reKgious, goes
intn n mmrtv tfiwcHi'rt- Art' an tn !n nrtt
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offices in that State as does The' lnde-
pendent; and the same, we believe, is
true bf Illinois, and also of everv. other
Northern State. In other- words; The
Independent has S.widerri.culation in
eacb el the northern stares man any
other journal eithfr local or foreign.
If a business man, therefore, in Boston-,
Chicago, or elsewhere, wauts to com
municate with the public in" his own
State andudcinitT. The Independent,
as will bfe se4n. is by far the best me
dium. Our crowded advertising columns
concIusiVfcly-show-thst business tnetijn
all directions already oj.'preciate crir
ability to aid them, ami e are not pf-
rai'lio refer indiscrimjrtafely to thou
sands of such in New York and else
in New York and else-1
V mean it stiall not bo' our fault if
'he Independent dOea not go to every
pos office in the : country. In Other
words, we mean to merit thei patronage
of ail good people in every direction.
In twenty States the- figure's show
tha;?l ha-Independent is sent to 10,61 5
post off-oM :. Hsv'ay C. Bowen-, .
3 Park Place. New York.
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' Tube iatued January 11, 137-1. .
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iff.. . ) Eefiro J.
Vft. Xibl S,
John Gardner. Plaiutilf.
onalhao Talracr. CePU
iownhip, tfrean countv, Ohio.
29th dav of Oclober. A. !., isra, said Jus
t ce Issueo an Order of AtUeiiment in the
above action for f4.lS and pmbable pou
of $50,011, which case is set fur trial ot tbe
7:h day of Jnnoary, A. D..1S7I, at fear o'
clock,!'. M., of said drv, j '
ByA. tWt-T.x-hif Ali'i ...
" Peeeniber tth, 18T1! Swr .
B EMI S'i
Received daily and served in eTy style.
The patrouage of the Ladies Is specially so
licited. In addition to tbe. regular SalooA
trade, Oysters will be forwarded to all den
ring thain, by the caa or half-can. Saloon
in the-. Dr. XUmbleton Iloo.e, bobe the
public square, oa Center Street. ,
Sheriffs hale ou Attachment.
Levi Bonsa yt. Thdniaa C. 8eatt. ,w
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
direptt frani tha Court q" Coir.iuWn Fleas
ot ii organ county, ih'iq. ia" the' above en
titled action, I. will oiler for sale, at pablie
auction, at the door of tha Court .House in
McConnela ville, iu said county, on ,!..
Xoadty the Ulh Day of Stceiabtr, 1. D ,
at II o'cl'ocV', M.,1 the'follo'-rtr's deteribti
real estate, srruate in so'd eddnty of Mor
gan, State of Ohio, l-wiv:. flre'follOO'TBg
described Jota of land lying io the Towa 61"
Stockport. Sanbora'a AdUitbn, AVindsrr
towofchip, "Morgan county, aud Stat a
Ohio: livtSj linmber trty.l!ve.?5;, lorty
aix(4fi), Cftv-two (52), and fifty-seres (6;),
and the' undivided half" of Cfty-emc, (5T),
and fil'ty-eigtt (W); appraised ot f 1 liO.61).
Tenus.cash. - A. X. HA VJ EK, '
J. T.' Coear, Att'y.J , 8.JUU,a
November H, 1870 'i'vi , - - - , 1
SherlflTrf Sale on' Morlgnge.
: ' ' dritimstraior' of Artfeiir Taggart, ;
rirainst . ''
. 1 James tarter, e-t. si. ' i"'
- By virtue of an order to sell and to trie r
rected from tha Court of Common I less of
Morgan county, Ohio, ia the above eatitlod
action, I will offer for sale at public auction
at the tfcor-of tho -Cow-House, in McCoa-,
nejsTuie, in asiaeouniy,
Oa Hondar, tire ith Bar of PrJtmber, !.
? . .; V.tW'fy -.--.--?
at one o'clock, ?. 1X-, of sard' day. tha fol
lowing described reel estate situate iu
Windsor township", in the county of Mor
gan, and State of Ohio,- to-wit : lat One
hundred and seventy acra Lot, number ITM;
iu section CBLtber thirty (SO), township
eight (8), of ranja' eleven (II), excepting
twenty acres conveyed to Alexander Wal
la oe, or James, and de.cribed aa I'ollawa. to-
wit t Betrinning ai the -orthvest corner of
aamiot, tre-ce eMt to tee second tally
stake on tbe Windsor road, tbcaca vanning
south to the south line of said Lot, thence
mania; to tha northwest corner of aaid Lot,
thence runmnir north to the northwest cor
ner of aaid Lot to tha plana, of be finning.
2d Also Lot number 95, in'mill Lot num
ber 24, in township eirht (8), Of ranee elev
en (11), containing 100 acres. Id Also, 21
and 4&-100ths acres, being a part of Lot Xo.
1110. township eieht (8) and ranre eleven
(If). 4th Also J5 acres, more or lass, in
Lot Ao. VS. in township eight (81, and ranee
eleven (11), all of which )and is in fheObio
Com pan t 'i purchase. Appraised at JOp'J,;
A. T. HAVEITEE, 8. It. C. 0.
John E. Hanna, Att'y.'
Key. 18, 1870 i'w. .
Ami D. Lawrence ys. Patrick Gormly. "
Py virtue of an order to ecll and to ne di
rected trcia tSe Court of Common'Pleaa of
Morgan county, Ohio, in the above entitled
scticri, Twill offer for sale at' public auction,
cf tbe door of tha Court House in Af cCoa
nelstille, in said countv, .-.
Onlundaj, lie lDii Day of leecmbcr, 1.
D.,i37f; - .
at twelve o'clock, VI., of aaid day, the fol
lowing described real estate situate in tha
county of Morgan, and State of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number twenty-tine ia tha town of
Stockport. Appraised at Terms
A. T. HATES' SB, 6. M. C. 0. :
John E. Hanna, Att'y. ,
'ov. Is, 17 w. . . " :
a mankind, from InllJcrrtlon or tthmcxa. has.
been ooomod to rafler from dueaw. eo xlmo hu rme-
d- br bn, pmvM-H. Kar BUM and aner
bound Willi root and hertx. Whlrb U enenttnrallT
Dreoareil and ron-poow-. will mtore health ana
To flu-! each a nuw.lr we aiiould
:k om that tf.i uood lUu twt f agv.
- - -. a- ,
Sare Cars for Livsr Complaint, ,
Snrs Cure for Dyspepiia;, :
' Sare Cure fa DeVHity,
' Sare Care fcr Jauniiw, J ' . . . .,.
.i Sare Cars for Xarasacs, '
And all aff.-ctiooa arln? from weakneaa or want of
action In tte laivor or lligeallva Orgua. Tue Cieat
Xnllldiearu!ing from it. . The great prerrat.
FEVER AND AGUE.
' II 1 an tmpmwfbiiity foe any lee to have FeVer and
Mni. if loey wit! h a few boulea of UUa remadr
xiacH aprniK "i lall. - ,
i $100 $100 $100
WID bie rln for aj ene of tbitdiaexM tkatorrar
to n out U( om Uie lTittKra or Tonic aa a pre-
veuute. - .
TUosc wlio hare the Fever sad Aae will fltd. after
tire CMt'.i Iratt stAppof. that bv neiua afw boulea of
the Bluor- or Tmitr. Uutt tli- tliaeaae will not reinra.
Thoe reniolles trill rclmiM UielrCoiutitatioa taster
thn srit Other known renrdT. - ,
ThTvRyliet were placed bcfciea the pnMie thirf;
yer fo. wiia.all lha prejudices of eo-called 'oaten t
zaedicine" opemiui; aainut tucm, but jrri1nan tbeir
Tirtues became knowo and now, to-dr. titer si and at
tb beadof all preparation of their churn, with the
iud-memrnl ut eauueut Judges, lawyer, clerjgymen
an1 ph eicu:. .
-. RUieMlowlnr-srmptiinu.a'rl if yon. Sod that
yoar evnteiu U aifecied ly auv of them. ya mr rest
vwured that disease hae ciramenced its attack oa Uw
most important organnof tout bode, and unless sooa
checkedi hv the ase of pow'erful retiiediea. a minerable
hXa, souu icruunatiug in death, will be the result.
ward Files. Fulness
. ,,. eT Wood to the Head, Aci-
' ffite cTrlie !tiimsrh, Naneea".
, Tlesr'tbnro, Ditgwl (ic Fond. FuT
. cess or Weight iu the Tomcb. Soar
Ernctatjons, Sulking or KHittenmrat tbe
Fit of the Stmuicfc. Strlramliig of the Head,
Harried or llifScvU lirvulSin. I'lutterioir at lha ,
Heart. Cuokirr or Srilfcatln; sen-li.m when ia
a Ivlns; p-jenre; Pimns of Vteiun. Dou or
Webs bfire (lie Siirht. Hull Fain in ibe llead,
deficiency of Penpirlitn, Vellowoess of
lh Skin and Kves. Fain In ih" Side,
I Bnct, CheW. Limbs, etc.. Sadden
flushes of Iltat, Bnro,' in
; tbe Flesh, Cmstant iia-
aginiiu; of S'il, anf . "
' ' Spirlta. ,
All Indicate dlmtse af the Lireror Wje-tiTS Orjaas,
combined with Impure blood.
it entirely Tesretable. troatalrs n nqnor. It i
rorn poti rvd of Floid Kx tract v 1 be Han. Uerbs and
Kirk (rural wakktarv! cstrmei are livule, ar rpf.r
red in Germany ; ail tbe mrdKtual vtr;ue rf
tracteti fniu t:ifm by a sx-iriimlc chtrmUi. Tk.esW x--rrtithra
ftinrmrded toihit country to be H9vd
itl jTl"lTfr fctr ryjniifartrirw of h UlttCTH. There
is un alcisbnlic iHibsance of aii? ViiT tfr cour-
poandin; iiK- Bit ten: beaoe it 13 free from ail the of
Jectiuaa iucideoi to tbo ase of a liquor preptuatiun.
' ' 3P1
GEEM AN TONIC
Is a combination of all the Ingredients cT tbe Bitters
with the purest qnaliir of SaiiU ("nil Ram. Orange,
Ac. It is need fr tin 'same diee" as tbe Bittnrs, ib
1 aaere som: pure aloohouc stimulus it reoniretl.
f ike tl nTwin was acrer before offered in bctrf
sjf juiy BnodMeal prepanulon:
, : : If ON. a. Vf. WOODWARD, 1.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of FeunsylraDla
writes: " " . .
- niUuU,i. JTarek Wth. T?6f .
I Had uIIooSaad"s Gerntaii Bitten" t-agud Tonic,
useful ia disejues of the discttire organs, as) of
Croat bqocSt in cases or debility and want of aerroaS
- ai;iiott iu the svsleut. YtMir- tnilr,
oEa w. woodward:
no. j.twm iiioip.wv ...: ,
Justlceof the SuprenieConrt of Pcnnvleania. . -:
" " r ' PkibuMpHa. April Sad. IfSS.
I conhlerniionsiid a German Bittm! a ralaable'
roeukiiMi to ra-e of auaeks of ludiestion or Dyspep
sia. 1 cau certiry this rrom my cxpenviice of ll
' - Vourn, wllb Ktrrt.
... ; .... . r- ; JAKES TH0XPS0
' lfow. ceo. KH.tnsweon,
Justice of the Snieme Court of Penalssmla.
1. . :, i'tVo-fC)", lt. 1ST
; 1 Lava found lj exieriiie.- tual ' iloofUaifa Uer
man Bitter" laa very good tonic. rlliuc dyspeptic
IfOJfVwii. a".' ItOOLRS, .
Uarpror the Cite of B iffalo.N.T. .
fiytr-i 0. Ha fain. June S2d- 1S6.
- -: I hwee used -H.nfUnd'.rermanllttf-rs and Tonic1
In my family duiito! tko paei yiuar, andean recoss'
snead them' a aa excellent tonic. Imparlin-tcre ar?
vh.-ir lo the syatetn. Their use ha beeu pioductire
of deddodlr benefihlal cf'-'cU.'
' - . . W3f. F. BOGERS." '
. flooAsairs German XmeHIca are eoanferfeltlt.
Ae, tht the eiaiturr of :. V, J ACKSON i m tb
wrapper of satb bolUo. All uCiera aie couxuerfeit.
'Frlocipei ofCs and mannfactorr at the Geraiaa
Kedidne Store, No. S31 ARCU 8 1' REST, Paiiadel
pbia. Fa. -
. frmrrig :. 3i. JAi.ti.SOX CO.
Hoofland's German fitters, per bottle tl.00
lioooand's German Bitters, half dozen S.H
liooflaiMl's Oeraaan Toole,: pat ap in qL boulea
per bottie, or a haif doxa for IJHt
Do not firget to examine weii the article yoa bay
in order to (et tbe genaine.
. For Sale by all Draglsta,
. And Dealers in Xedlcine srery where."
tYarmntedtobe tbc Clieapeat
- and Ilie Lieat I
Will do all it it reco"me:ii!sd ' '' or ''I0
FISST It will restore rrtv r faded hair
to ita natural eolor. It willchaogta red hair
to a beautiful aubnrtr.
.SC OKD It will tlfTiler! tio tair, tSua
arfetih and preTDtm i:a fa!liu aat. t
TBll:i It ni eradicate dandruff and
enre itrhinit of too p!t 4 relieve t&at
1 unnatnnl heat it the hea4 cf which uaay
com) lain. . . .
FKJi:"TTU ."'t 1,"
ry hair mo tue toll and anKen ariwarauce,
ao mc h deaired. '
The fdl'.owiae, amorr many ackavwiedg-
meuti to iUDpe.-ioritt k a li.r Kextora-
uve ana fremuf, wn: speaa joi iaru-
' McCoKsvisvaii:, OL, Xcv. 50, 18T0.
T herebv eertifr aliat w- bave tested the
articls etlle-l BtCLLKIOZ IlAIJi XK-
STQRATJVE .iiirt fiud it, to be alllhati
.ihrtnodit to be all luat u
a. coiuplele Hair Restorer
-elainieix lr it aw coiul
and Hajr iJreasin?.
. . .... . .A. ivAUL.hU,
i W. W. M CAliXX.
' GET? THE BEST!
OU, 1 N TLAIX TYPE, THE
Trjoac Package and be Con
Po'r Sale by nrasfcfliit St t'onn
;.i - ; ... ,.i rit .i n t r . ,
:' ; Ci.vcis iTt, O., Oc. lSTO.
Sprapu' IfcConnelsvillp,' Uend
nfSve prm-s of jonr Cuttle Pi.wirrr, (Ohie
Farmer's.) A. a. MEBBIAM & CO.
T!ie Ohio Farmer's Condition rowders
i the best rualicitls for hwriKS I bare crtr
Uied, aud I have trifd many oihcrs Team
ster for McCocLtl, ville 5a h Factory.
Portr Tyle boy OMo Famfr's Cjb
tlition Powders. "
TUey cured rhy rfirse -ifin I and a'l my
neighbors tbaagit Le would die.'
'i- . '..i..' V. jMiDCWELL.
. b"fotrr P.'iw.Iersy'jw FarniTrV) j!?on!d
be, more bn! a mini thej farmers tina tl:e.v
are. I kr.ow tliein to be a ifcoJ 1 1, in j tor
stuck,". , . ; ',. J, AAD'trr.
Thy ar a gaod thing for stoci
.JPAhlEU..,, . . , , . " , f
,Aik tor 'be Utio iarmcr Conciion
PoJr, anil lake oti otbcf..
.,NwV.ll,,rTw,Siaf..! , ;
SAMUEL SPIIAGJE, ;
- MCCOnnelsvIIIe, Ohio,
i 7 ,
PAINTS, OILS, AND YARN1SHES!
,; GLASS. PI TTT, .c. -
Pure Wines rM Liquors
roi ntiiitcjLt. rsc .
Dye Wood and Dje SiatTs gen-
:i eraiiy. ,
99" Great ear always ased In selecting
aronr Drugs. We Sim. to keep nothing
aertnat ia inferior. Preacnptiona pat np
pS-i a aafa and careful manner. We
aVwonld be clad ts have some of voor
y a . i - i
i;ned haa beex ppoin'rif and qualrned
A(minis'-ratnr et the tte of DavidS.
Rirhav, decease', ae of Mnrtran ro., O.
'- JUSFfH ateDONxLD.
' LOOK HEBE,
.5 H. COOL
: ' .iii-wtol Ohio;
' OF ,T.L
II tltDtf AKC, AC.
IJesi it! miaJ the Hlowir.j :
rOOT. pijs csrt fur Jm'.ter aiwl Eggs;
CiMlI. pj cull for 11 ides
COOL aells lha celebrate Boots and
Sli6-s of CuOalo Work, sad ws-tauU '.hem
not li no .'
, t'fOL l.aa a Lrrc Ptnck nl S eubeiiMlle
l, , r
P " Jean -i ,ba--d. aud bM cotn-
P" eenttol ... ahai beta! ..
- t wi.I sell y a whatever yoo wat t
n ng kw ra'e oa vu CiQ ret currrtiK na
me articles in
CALL OX COOL !
O-i. jJfl, 1870.. .
, - t m i -y T
i (J X JL U ll
!M i I LINER t
s t n 11 P. !
TTKoleSale nnd Retail
. - " pciiia is
; ' ' " ' ' A.D
- .HELL STREET,' .
icru BUSINESS DONE ON A
StlllC 1 JiT CASH SYSTEM
.Xov. 11, lS70-tf.
Ohio ; . Farmer.
TteGf-eat Paper faf l he Farm
The Ohio Farmer ia a Weekly of twenty
I pages, printed- on pare cotton paper, largo
rquarto lorm, rnt, covered and stitched, it
being the only journal of lha tina m tne
country. Eeh number eoiiUtioa a large
mount cf mei'ul liuivrmaliuu, all articles
being short and to tho lxiint. Eilitoriala
fresh and practical. Evirythrnt; pertain
ing to the farmi garden sutt Vineyard ara
t loroughly discussed. A mechanical De
partmtint is kept full of iuslructive hints to
aid in tbe farfo -irork-shop. Special atten
li -n 19 giveo to the Domestic department ;
and fi.r 'Bo Fireside are finibed incidents
of Kefeifn, travel, alorief, ketches, choice
potrv, An., Ac TLe iuildren's Pepart
tn ut is nicely illi'strated eacb week, and
3 led with such (hiirjs us will gladden the
Smarts of the l.'.tle ones, and make them
be ter. . '
Only Two ol!ars a Tear.
6ix months tor one dollar ; Three months
for fifty cent. . Try it ! Specimen copies
free. Addresa . Ualo Farmer, Clevclant,
Ohio. ' -
FORTY FIRST TEAR.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
TLe Cliesprtt or I.d'tes' .Ma?az'ne, Es-.
c83c it is Ilie fJist f '
I; has alnays been iht care of tlis pah
liiutr lo eocjlimc ia its page wlaiever is
selul, abaterer ia elcva'tiu?, . whatever ia
purs. d:giiied and yiiluom in sentiment,
si't whalever may'sloiu' ratioual aud in
nocent amusement. For ita Literary 1'e
partmeB1, ia put years, lhe best writers in
the Literary world have contributed, and
wi'l conlium to furnish articles lor the year
ich names as arlun flrl ind, lad
Ch4icU.ll, Ltiuise i. Dorr, Stella Victoria
Victor, S. Annie- Frtwt;- Mrs. D.-nnHoa,
Mrs. C A. llo;kitissn, ar.d others can not
te lotted un the . j)'i-s,.t;ii of any other
tuaezisP. " . , -1 ... -
Ciaotifui Steel Futo. Of tbese the La
dy s U Kik eot'laius foaneea each year, sa
ierior we cliallece romparisoii to any
pnStt J a diu coaatry, either ic book or
reiiiVlic 1. t ' - .
Our C dorcd Fashion-r.'a!e bsve a rep
utaMon hw enrircliieas the world over.
E nbr i''cry ftat!ern..-Vu pive fte
rfneaily a presentation flint loonr patrons
coo'alii'ng twenty, thirty.- and sojielimes
lony devifrns ia embmi lery.
" O.-ijinal Ma.ic Godev's istiieon!y ms
iraiie in which faauic p.Tpamd lor.it ap
pear. .i .' '
H0J1.I Cottsa -The only magax'nc in
this connlry tbat gives these designs is tue
Lady's BJoIr ' -
- Dra winr r-elvjona la fliia we are atsa
a'one." We lie-re b1vj fMJ eii'a. a II or
licnltural ar 3 a llcalth'depar'mctit. Go
djy's iovrua-ihte neefipra npon eviry sub
ject, lor Xte H-jinli- NVsfry, Kiichen,
tlottw, and I.suarlrr. ;
Tfuted Kr.grafings. Thrs.is a rerits o!
engraving? tiiat no one las attempted hut
oil"? tves. Tiicy . c?ve (treat silk-tacfiun.
Lilies'' Fanf Vtrk D.-jiartrnt. Some
ol rUe rT"ifiii io this department are priut
eJ iu.Ci'v:S, in a style nuerj'ialei!.
. Tzxini Eoit ism.
tCi ccpr one jea,' ' ?3 (W
Two copies c:-.e tear, 5 00
Three copies erie year, ; . 7 Ro
Koar copies cao year, 10 00
, Five ccjika cni jeer, sik! an eifra co
I , py to tl.e peisi c getiiug up the club,
tnakinif sis eoph.', - 1 1 00
E:glit eupiea one year, ar.3 an oxtn cc
. py to the perg'Hi getting op iLedub.
tuakirg nic.s copies, 21 00
E tvia copies one year, an j an extra
enpy to tbe purrcn g'-lliig op the .
: e'ub, me kinjr twelve copies, 27 CO'
. liodey's Lviy'a Cook, acd Ifarpor's Ma
cnzi'ie will oe e.-ut one year 6o.tbe receipt
: (iodejr's Lidy's Book and Art bar's
Uenia SlasssitM wiil be sent ons year on
receipt of ii 00.. .
tiod-y's Lady's Book and the Children's
Hoor w ill be tect one year on' la rcce:pt
of S3 58. .
Uodey's Lady's Book. Arthur's Home'
alsgazigs, acd Children's Hoar will be
seat one year 00 receipt ol Zi 00.
3.Tbe aoney moat ail be sent at ooe
time lor aoyol the clubs, and additions may
be made to elobs at club I a tea.
t. Canada sobscfibera most send 24
cents a Iditisoal ioi every subseripiion to
the Lady a liook and Harper 1 Uaeaiioe
sod 12 cents for either ot the o.bermaga.
sine, to pay the Americao poatage.
flow to Hemit In rem.ttia by mail,
or post ce Order oo .Philadelphia, or a
Draft on Philadelphia or New York, pay
able to the order of L A .- Godey, is pref
erable to bank notes. If a Draft or poet
office Order cannot be procured, seed Uni
ted S'ates Of National bank note.
Addrew K A. CiODF.T.
V. V. f-Mrmmr KW'h aixi f 'heainot .livelj