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TWO; DOLLARS A YEAR M
M COSKELSVIJULE :
FRIDAY pec. 16, I87Q.
J.OTICE. - .
Morgan C . Medical Society.
Ao adjoarwd Meeting of the Morgan Co.
Medic! Society will be held in the room
adjoining Robertson, Drug Store, Id 31 c
TUESDAY," J 4N7 3rd, 1871.
It ts hoped there will be a fall sod prompt
attendance. - - JNot.llth.TO.tr.
THE TRACY MURDER!
Stephen Miller in Custody—
History of his Travels since.
the Shooting of Tracy—Meets
O. M. Lovell in Portsmouth—
Gives Himself up to Dr. Milhous
in Indianapolis — Is
Brought to McConnelsville
and Lodged in Jail—Dispute
Relative to who is Entitled
to the Reward of $300.00 Offered
by the County Commissioners.
Oa -Friday afternoon of last week,
intelligence was received hereby
telegraph that Stephen Hiller bad
goi on board the steamer Mink at
ZanesviOe, and was on bis war to
McConnelsville. A warrant was ia
sued, placed in tbe lands of Daniel
Sheet and he, tb8 equipped, made
Lis way to' the "Kagleport dam, got
on board the " boat, and arrested
Miller. ' Some contention her arose
between Sheets'' and Dr. Milhons,
who claimed to have Miller nndor
arrcfit,' and - that he had brought
him from Indianapolis However,
both claiming the prisoner, he was
delivered over 16" James Watkins, J.
PL, A tJieir krrival. here by each ef
them, and was lodged ia JsiFnntil
a. tearing conld b had on Monday,
when be waived an examination,
wan bound ever ; to. Court, in tbe
sum of $5,000 10 baiLln lien of
which he is now in Jail.
.Miliar teTls the following story.
substantially, as to his travels. He
I hid naj self for about one hour
in the Warehouse of D. II. Mortley
& Co., and from thence made my
wr by akirting the town, . to the
Marietta road, went down as far as
Center Bfld,and crossed the river
in" a skiff T found there.' Then I
went down the river a little below
Waterford, took up over the bill,
and after losing my way once or
twice, got'mto "Water-town, Wash
ington County, where I purchased
a new shirt, pair of boots, socks &c
From there ,1, went into Athens
County, and from thence to the
Ohio river, crosring ft on Saturday
morning at start's Falls. From
thence I struck across the country
for the Kanawha river, coming on
to it at a place called Leon. Went
up the rrrer to within twelve miles
of Charleetown, where I met a man
that hired me to help him down the
river with a barge. Want down the
Ohio as far as Gallipolis, from
thence to Portsmouth, where I met
and shook hands with O. M. Level!,
one of the Infirmary Directors of
this County, and be advised nr.e to
return borne. From there I went
to Cincinnati, and from there to In
dianapolis, where I met Dr. Mii
bons and asked him to bring roe
back home. Milhoos told me to
think well over the matter, and that
if I would be at the depot ifre next
morning when he returned from a
trip cf fifteen miles be bad to make
out on the railroad, that he would
come home with me. I done so, and
Milhous brought me bere. Miller
says hewould ot bs m his present
situation were it not for the busi
ness be was engaged in.
The Commissioners, of this Coun
ty, oa Monday of last week, offered
a reward cf three hundred dollars
for the arrest and conviction of Mil
ler ; and, consequently, there has
been some contention as to wheth
er Milhous or Sheets would be enti
tled to this reward. Most people
think, on the "information bow be
fore the people relative to the mat
ter, that no one will be entitled to
tbe reward ; and the probable re
sult will be that the Commissioners
will pay all the legitimate expenses
of the capture of -Miller., or bona
Jide efforts in that war, and that
that ia all they will dn. :
THi JrVBLic 'Mxxrnra tAT th
Good Templab's Lodgk Room. On
last Friday, evening, as previously
announced, a . Public- Meeting was
beld at tbe McConnelsville Lodge of
Good Templars, and, we are pleas
ed to record, that it was a decided
success. Two bnndrod and fifty
persons, at least, men,, women and
children, were . in .attendance, and
all, especially the children for whose
entertainment tbe - meetmr was
beld, enjoyed themselves finely.
Rev. Cather, of the Baptist Church,
spoke to tbe children, for about for
ty minutes, very forcibly and inter
estingly, and, we doubt not, plant
ed much good seed that will, m a(
terjresri,,yield a good 'and abnnd
ant harvest Alter Mr. Cather 's
address' supplies of cake, candies,
and popcorn- were passed aronnd,
which were seemingly well relished
by the children, sod shortly after
all adjourned to their homes, evi
dently convinced that they had
spent a pleasant and profitable eve
ning. t-xs r.'.'ig;-!
Wm. CtTLSUTSuti is tbe happy, father
abouncing" : boy --born , Wednes
day. - - . - . .
JScv. L. II cGcias will preach in the
M. , . Church, Mc Connol ville, on
Sunday evening next, December 18th.
Oca County, Auditor, James B.
McGrew, bands us a copy of the
Ohio Agricultural .Report for 1869.
THr receipts at the Baptist Social
held, on Tu esday evening, at the resi
dence of IL II. Cochran, was a little,
upward of nineteen dollars.
: Fa. R. Ham, now of St. Joepb
Mo., is in town, looking welL Report
says that be Undoing a good business
in the Insurance line; r: ;
Died. At the family residence near
Hillsborough, Illinois, on the 10th inst.,
of Typhoid fever, William Surroa, son
of the late William Young, formerly
of this tilace. in the 20th year of bis
age. He was sick forty-four days.
, Petl Gezih, a McConnelsville
typo, but recently at work in Ev
ansville. Indiana, is in town, look
ing hearty. Tbey say Phil has be
come a "smasher" amongst tbe girls
of the Hoosier State.
Cm the first, page of this paper
may be found the President's Mes
sage. There is more reading mat
ter on our outside this week, say
ing nothing about the inside, than
ever was published fry our neigh-
bor. the Herald, on both sides, in
J. B. Powell returned, Wednesday,
from bis trip to .Nevada, Mo., after bis
father's remains.-"' Unfortunately, be
found the body had been buried three
days when he got there. . The deceased
died very suddenly, but the suspicions
of foul play which:., have been enter
tained, are thought to be without au
thority. I '
Tmc Methodist Festival, held on
Thursday night of last week, took in
fifty dollars. This, with .their re.
ceipts of ninety three dollars on the
night previous, will clear them
somewhere in : tbe "neighborhood of
one. hundred and fifteen dollars for
the benefit of their Sabbath ScjooL"
Mashicd. Dr. P. C. if c Lane, of
Fairview, Hancock Co.. W. Va., and
Miss Mary E. Mortley; and W. -W.
Pyl, of the Zanenille City Timet, and
Miss Kate S. Mortley; the brides being
daughters of D. If. Mortley, were
married on Wednesday, by Bev. John
Kelly. The printers' acknowledge
ments are due, and hereby made to
Mrs. D. H. Alortlev.
Captaik G. G. Ecssell, formerly of
this place, but now of St. Louis, Mo.,
a few nights ago, in the latter place,
"picked up" a cyprian named Agnes
Cooper, accompanied her to her es
tablishment, and allowed her to rob
him of $4,700. - The 'brave Cap.," who
thinks himself an exceedingly sharp
fellow, bad the girl arrested, and re
covered 83,500 of the money. We'll
bet that the next time he goes out
after any of the beautiful "nymphe,"
hell leave the bulk of his
borne with his wife.
money at ,
N otic i new Advertisement of
B. Vincent A Bro.
For the Conservative.
Ma. Editor : In the text of my
recent Thanksgiving sermon, both
tbe ox and the ass are mentioned.
In your report of the discourse.
the ox is duly honored. But strange
and confuted noise is beard.
Thin King myself to blame, perhaps
and seeking the why, I connod over
your report a whole week in vain
At length the truth flashed acrqss
my pnzz!d brain : Can this noise
be sickly braying ? A, glance at
your report, then, and all seemed
clear. The ass was slighted.'
Humble apologies to the genus as
inus I This neglect is cruel and in
excusable. But, then, I didn't mean
I was only hasty and thought
Let mo" make reparation. To
your excellent report please add the
suojoinea paragraph ; -
- "The ox knoweth his owner and
thk ass bis master's crib." Atl true
may be about the ox. Bat bad
Isaiah lived in our enlightened ae-e
would hardly have deemed the
long-eared so stupid. A more mod
era and scientific "tatement would
doubtless bo : .. The : ox knows bis
owner, but sometimes the ass does not
know hit master. '
"Christmas Comes But once
We call the attention of tbe pub
lic, and especially of those in search
oi unnstmas or xew rear a pres
ents, to our large and fine Stock of
Goods, most of which 'was selected
expressly Jbr the Holiday trade.
In Gents' line, oar Stock, is larger
and better than heretofore, towit :
Plain and Fancy, Neck-ties and
tocarla, the latest in tbe market ;
Collars, put op in unusually attrac
tive styles ; - Suspenders, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs,: .Pulse .Warmers,
Cnffs and Cuff Buttons, Cigar Cases,
rocket Books, Pocket JInives, Fan
cy Pipes, Clothes Brushes,' and nu
merous other articles ; and, for the
Ladies, we bave Balmoral and Fan
cy Skirts, Traveling Baskets and
Satchels, Breakfast Shawls, Fine
Hair Brushes, Gloves, -Handkerchiefs,
"Grecian Bend" Combs, new
stylo; Cuff Buttonr, and many oth
er articles not mentioned.' We ask
share of patronage in these goods,
and plcdgb ourselves to sell as low
as the same article can be had any
where. Give us a call ! - .-. "
F. SILL & CO.
Dec. 16, 2w.
Examination of Applicants for
Certificates to Teach School.
On but Saturday, the ' Board of
School Examiners, for this County,
met at their appointed time, in tbe
Malta School Building, for the pur
pose of examining Applicants for
Certificates to teach School, and to
grant them u. sucb as were compe
tent. Nine Applicants made their
appearance, and four of them show
ed themselves worthy of certificate.
The following is the list of questions
that were propounded
X. B.- Parse all words in italics. '
. 1. How are words classed as to
their forms, and how," as to their
uses ? . . . .
2. Conjugate the verb, read, in
the active voice, potential mode,
present tense, common form, and
progressive form. .
3. Write all tbe forms of the verb,
to be, and conjugate the verb, write,.
in the passive voice, infinitive, and
participal modes. r-a-
4. Write examples of the different
elements, of sentences in all their
5. Write a sample, a complex, and
a compound sentence.
6. "From thicket to thicket the
angler glides" Analyze.
-7 .CafcAthe bear before you sell
his skin." Analyze.
8, "John saw bis sister, ana she
ran to him." Analyze.
9. The game having been completed,
the spectators dispersed. Analyze
.10. Correct .the following, and
give reasons : The earth is
sphere, a globe. ' or a ball." We
have a young yoke of oxen." "Jlr.
French needs a Surgeon Who has
broken bis arm." "It you will go
into too deep water,-' you "shall be
1. Give the contour atd relief of
N. America, of Europo.
2. Hamc the mountain systems of
North America, of bouth America,
and give the culminating point of
3. Locate the volcanic regions of
the earth ; tell where volcanoes are
most numerous ; name throe active
volcanoes, two extinct ones and one
4. Name the countries' in which
rtffee, tea, sugar, Jndigo, pepper,
allspice, nutmegs, dates, pineap
ples, oranges and lemons, are grown
5. .Name the countries, or regions
ot country, noted lor the production
of wine, mahogany, salt, iron, lead,
copper, gold, ivory, and marble.' .
6. iSame the country or countries
of which the lion, tiger, elephant,
camel, zebra, kangaroo, tapir, buff
alo and grizzly bear are notivos.
7. What are parallels of latitude :
meridians of longitude ; isothermal
lines : zones ?
V hat circumstano
the width of tbe
8. Tell the kind of government
under which we live ; give its pow
ers and define" each : give the narao
of the present Executive and the
names of the members of -bis Cabi
net : name the Chief of the Judici
ary department ; give the divisions
of the Legislative department, and
tell how tbe members of each are
chosen. .' "
9. Namo th nrinemnl IlMioiona
flBd defina a(ih , ... 1 -.
10. Bound the State, county and
township in which -you live.
"1. What is the difference between
decimal and common' fractions, and
what distinguishes decimal irom
wbole numbers ? ;
2. What is the simple value of the
tractions (seven-eighths multiplied
by two and one-third) minus five
sixths, diviJed by (two-ninths plus
one and one-sixth) multiplied by
thrco-fiftbs, multifiud by five-ninths
three and one-half plus one-half.
divided by six-mnthsof two thirds?
3. Express in words the follow
ing numbers, vis : 00000775 and
19175 and divide the first by tbe
last. - ;
4. What is the tost of 5 E Fr..
qre., i.ii nails, inches of clotu
83 J per yard ? Operation re
quired. o. What is the "present worlh o!
3601.68, due 1 year. 3 months ond
todays hence? Operation requir
6. Sold wheat at. an advance of
per cent. took my- pay m cloth
which I sold at a loss of 20 per
cent what was the loss percent,
the original investment? Opera
7. What is ratio 7 What is pro
portion 7 r Givo an example of each
and how do you find any term of
proportion, when three terms are
e. A cellar is 40 feet, long and 23
wide (in the clear) and 8 ft high
if the walls are 20 inches thick.
many cu. yds. of masonry will
required to construct them ? Op
9. Ado boso of a right angle tri
angle is 60 ft, the bypothennse is
ft, what is the area? Opera
tion required. -
10. A cistern is 5 it in diameter
tbe top, 3 ft. at the bottom and 4
deep, how many gallons of beer
will it contain ? Operation requir
- - .- -
THEORY AND PRACTICE.
What Professional works bave
What Educational and othor 1 e-
riod:cals do you take ?
1. What do you consider the or
of development of tbe mental
faculties ? - . '
2. What are tho "Percentive fac
ulties ?" . . . . .
3. What do yon regard tho high
motives than can he successfully
sou an incentives to study r
. unen may the fear of ennish-
ment be made an incentive to stn-
6. What are object lessons ?
6. What is the ultimate obiect of
School Government ? Why ?
7. What is your method of orga
nizing a school ?
8. What opening exorcises do Ton
? . - . . "
9. Why should attention bo triven
vocal music ?" . ...
10. How do you conduct a. rccita-
tion ; a review ; an examination
The next meeting of the Board
will be on Saturday, tLo 14th of
m &l.ESS XQTICE9.
Rooks! Rooks! I Books!!!
Lots of Boole for Holiday presents at
Adair Book Store. No better or more
suitable present can be offered anyone
than good and excellent Books, and
the stock now at Adaib's Book Store is
of such a varied character that all can
be suited. Make your selections at
this well-known establishment, and
thereby promote the happiness of your
selves and friends.
Elegant Gold J'ens, Holder, and
Case', for Holiday presents, at Auair's
S Tbe man who was so hoarse
be could not talk above a wbipper
invested SI in Duncan, and is cow
able and has turned auctioneer.
DIARIES for 1871 will be receiv
ed at Adaik's Book Store next week.
J5u. Lots of nice Goods expressly for
the Holidays, just opened at SILL'S.
JtS?- Ono dollar invested in Dun
can's .Expectorant. :a better than
thousands put into those counter
feit swindling concerns in KiW
ttaS Finest Stock of Prints in town
just opened at SILL'S. .
1ST Cough I Cough 1 Cough I
Hack I Hack ! Hack ! you will un
til you get a bottle of Dr. Duncan's
Is? Drown and Bleached musuns
just received at SILL'S.
For the latest and newest stylos
of WALL PAPER goto Adair's Book
Store. They received a new supply, di
rect from the manufacturers, this week.
tSMore new Furs exported next
week at lower prices, and a bottle
of Duncan's Expectorant for coughs
and colds, at Stone's.
pm, Handsome Photograph ASmms,
well adapted for Holiday presents, now
at Adair Book Store.
13 Stocking Yams and German-
town Yarn, nice lot, at SILL'S. -
!3?"They have an endless vsrietv of
Goods at A pair's Book Store suitable
for Uolidav presents.
tgy.Tho "wise men" predict a
bard winter, and people should se
cure a bottle of Dr. Duncan's Ex
pectorant P-Don't purchase your Holiday
Goods until you examine the handsome
stock at Adair's Book Store.
ETfc- Go to see the magnificent Stock
Gents' Furnishing Goods, at SILL'S.
nP5Lols of New Goods en route to A-
DAIR'S Book Store, and to be received
before the Holidnys.
Hundreds of bottles of Dun
can's Expectorant arb sold yearly
btono s, at one ro'Iar n bottle.
BaSplenlid cHlil MO.S for Holiday
presents, at Adair's Book Store.
1fL, Splendid stock
of Collars, just
opened nt SILL'S
Sfft-Splendid Porhrt Bar,!., Wallet,
Pvma, and Bid Book, for Holiday pres
ents, at Adair s Kook Store.
2-Lawycrs, Doctors, and other
common people nso Dr. Duncan's
Expectorant. Only one dollar a bot
B-Fresh supply of Pocket Boole.
Dominncs, Tooth Ervihct, Ii'Mer Bulls.
Gold Pffcr, Perforated Card Board, and
many other Goods, received at Adair's
Book Store this week.
rf5 Good Line of Groceries constant
ly kept at SILL'S. .
Toys! Toys II Toys II!
A handsome lot and prec.t variety of
TOYS, for supplying Krisg Kringle's
stock for the Holidays, now at Adair's
Book Store. The assortment is splen
did, and none can fail to bo suited in
their large and excellent assortment
Vvir. Ladies' and Gents' pocket books
at SILL 3.
8SyKew stock of School Books, Slate,
Slate Pencil, SUtionerg. Cppy Boole, dre.,
received at Adair's Book Store this
week.- They always keep a full stock
C3"" Kid Gloves and fine dressed
"Hog Skin"-Gloves at SILL'S.
Dolls! Dolls!! Dolls!!!
Lots of China DotltaN sizes just re
ceived at Adair s Hook Store this week.
t. Hurcules Scarfs at SILL'S.
&S7The immense sales of WALL
PAPER af Adaib's Book Store- durin
the past season Las made it necessary
for that firm to replenish their stock,
They received, on yesterday, per Stm'r
"Julia, ' a new and handsome slock of
these Goods, and are offering an attrac
tive and fresh Tine of new patterns.
Hoop, and Fancy
Skirts at SILL'S.
Holiday Juvenile DooUs!
A splendid lot of Juvenile Boole- for
the Holidays, now at Adair s Book
Store. They are gotten up in superb
style, and are the most attractive pres
ents lor boys and girls.
XfQ A Good assortment of Pocket
Knives, at SILL'S.
ESi-'Vye advise everybody to step in
at Adair's Book Store and view the
handsome stock of Holiday Goods now
J. E. nAHXA.. Ed. M. KEKKEDY.
HANNA & KENNEDY,
, ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
AT IaAW,;v ;
On Center Street, near the Tublie Square,
' Al'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
rjr?pecUl attention given to Collections.
1 Before John
John Sboner, riaintiiT,
, vs. . , K. Tibbs, J.
MordicaL. Andrews, Deft. J P., of Homer
townshif, Morgan county, Ohio. ' On the
31st day of October, A. D., 1370, said Justice
issued an Order of Attachment in the above
action for (14.00 and probable costs of
$25.00, which case is set for trial on, the 7th
day ef January. A. !., 1S71, at 2 o'clock.
P. M., of said dav.
jo'as siuxee, ruintiir.
By A. Sills, his Att'y,
lfcCUilLM 9th, lliU w.
McCONNELSVILLE, Dec. 16, 1870.
FLOUR Bert fumiiy SG 50;
WHEAT $1,10 perbujliel.
CORN MEAL-80,80 per bushel.
CORV 50 per bushel, wholesale.
' BARLEY. Spring, $0,00. Fall. $1,05.
OATS 33 ints per besbel, wholesale.
HAY $10 0(1 per ton.
TIMOTHY 8KED 3,50 wholesale
FLAX SEED--SI 75 to 2 00. .
BEANS $1 50 per bushel.
DRIED A-t'PLES 6ct. per poanJ
DRIED PEACHES S2 50 per bush.
POTATOES SO 75 per ousb., at
BUTTER 25 cts. per pound,
K(i(;S- 25 tts. per dor,
FEATHERS 75 els. per lb.
SUtiAR -12lo 15 ct. per lb.
WII1TKSCGAR 14to 17ets.. lb.
' COFFEE- 20 to 25 ets. per lb.
TEA- 1 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorghum 50 cents
S l'RCP $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to lScta ptr pound, whole
sale. ... K
CANDLES 20et per lb.'
SOAP byW C io 8c.
SAL'' $1,75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 42cts per lb.
SIDES PicVekd, 15 cts per lb. .
, CARBON OIL 35cts. per gallon.
LIN SEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LAUD OIL. 2.00 per gallon. . ,
CODFISH lOoU per lb. .
A VALUABLE BOOK.
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A3TD ALMANAC, '
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Information concerning all the Govern
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ol all the Benevolent Institutions and Re
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a complete list of all the colletrea, Theolog
ical Seminaries Medicfcl and JL Schools
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John Gardner, riaintiff, "J Before - John
ts. R. Tibbs, J.
Jonathan Pslmer, DePt - J P., of Homer
township, Morgan county, Ohio. On the
29th day of October. A. I., 1 870, said Jus
tee ietued an Order of Attachment in the
above action for $41..S0 and probable costs
of ?5d.00, which ease is set for trial on the
7th day of January, A. D., 1871, at four o'
clock, P. II., ef said dar.
By A. Pills, his AttV.
December 9th, lbTOWw.
Received daily and served in every slvle.
The patronage of the Ladies is specially so
licited. In addition to tbe regular Saloon
trade. Oysters will be forwarded to all desi
ring thorn, by the enn or half-ran. Saloon
in tbe I)r. Ilamblrton House, abobe the
public square, on Center Street.
Slierllfs hale on Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Tsggart,
James Carter, el. al.
By virtue of an order to pell and to rae di
rected from the Court of Common Pleas of
Morgan county, Ohio, in the above entitled
action, I will offer for sale at public auction
at the door of the Court House, in JlcCon-
nelbviilc, iu suid county.
On Monday, the 19to lis of Dtttmkr, A.
atone o'clock, P. M-, of said day, the fols
lowing described real estate situate in
Windsor township, in the county of Mor
gan, and State of Ohio, to-wit : 1st One
hundred and seventy acre Lot, number 1109,
iu section number , thirty (30), township
eight (8), cf. range eleven (11), excepting
twenty acres conveyed to Alexander Yv'al
lace by James, and de.cribed as follows, to
wit : Beginning at the northwest corner of
said Lot, thence east to the second tally
stake on the Windsor road, thence running
south to the south line of said Lot, thence
running to the northwest corner of said Lot,
thence running north to tne northwest cor
ner of said Lotto the place or beginning,
lid Also Lot number 95, in mill Lot num
ber 24. m township eight (8), of range elev
en (11), containing 100 acres. 3d Also, Jl
and 43-looais acres, being a part ol Lot Jo.
1110, township eight (S) and rangeeleven
(11). 4th Alto 75 acres, more or less, in
Lot No. 96. in townshipeigbt (8), andrange
eleven (11), all of which land is in theOuio
Company's purchase. Appraised at 9,000.
A. D. HAVENER, 6. M. C. 0.
John E. Kanna, Atf y.
Kcv. 18, 1870 5w.
Ami D. Lawrence vs. Patrick Gormly.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me di
rected Irom the Court of Common Pleas of
Morgan county, Ohio, in the above entitled
action, I will offer for sale at public auction,
at the door of the Court" Hoase in McCon
nelsville, ia said county,
Cb londijr, the 191b Dar of Beccabcr 1.
at twelve o'clock, II., of said day, the fol
lowing described real estate situate in the
eounty of Morgan, and State of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number twenty-cine in the town of
Stockport. Appraised at $300. Terms
cash. - - -
A. D.HAVEXEH, S. M. C, O.
John E. Uanna, Att'y. - '
Nov. lit, 1S78 5w.
So warmly welcomed by all clafses as a
sionlMy periodical, eoUir;ed its sphere of
a.'efulueM and changed to a weekly on the
16 h ol Jj!y last. This j arnal, nntram
Dieliedbyaoy localizing i-jfluroces, is a
National L (ncalor in its broadest sense.
is progressive, instructive, sad 'enter
taining, aud cannot fail to pltae all wbo
take an interest ia fcioutific research, in
tbe best literature, or in ' educational ira-provcDK-nu.
As a journal for the family
ciic'e it has no superior. Fur only TWO
I'ULLAKs a year its nnuliehets, C. II.
Tor.xer Co., 415 Locust St. I'hilaJel
phin, furnish over 230O book pages of
very excellent readmr, wbith. it Vxiuod
duodecimo form, would make a volume
6evti inches in thickDesp, mak:i it Dot
ou!y the BKST but the CUEAPEST
paper oi its ciuss in the world.
la oruVr io Itvor our readers, and
increase the circulation of the Cocseivatirr,
have made arrangements with tbe
Publ ishera of the Kdicatiom al Gazkttr to
send that ezeellsot family paper and The
Conservative, both for one year, for 33 25,
each Bunscnber. we nope oar Inends
will show this liberal offur to thrir fi lends
d neighbors, and send to C. 11. Turner &
Cn.,4lo LoeostS'reef, Philadelphia, fora
sample copy; bat to avail yourselves of this
the money anJ names must be sent to
Aduiess UuiiMriatire, McOouncLville,
September 2. 1370 6m.
Tbe finest and largest variety of
Queensware, Glass China, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to ilcConnels
ville. at the Queensware Store. Call
see for yourselves. ' .,.'.
tT Go to C. L. llall's for For.
now lot just received, and will be
SciantiScally Lafvelopsi -. .it... .
It i -
As mankind, from indUcretioa or other causes, hss
been doomed to sti tT-T from disease, so also has reme
iij for disease boea provided. Oar hills sod valleys
abound with roots and berta, which If scientifically
prepared and compoand'-d, will restore health ana
vhrur to the invalid. To Sod such a remedy we should
eok one that has stood the lest of sire.'
.. .... ; ... .... ....,
Bars Curs fbr liver Conrplaliit," '
Sure Curs fcr Bysjepsla, '
( Sure Cure fir Debility, . . .. .
' Sirs Cure fbr Jaundice, .
Snrs Cnra fbr Karaims3, . .- - 1 r
And an affections arising from weakness er want of
action ia the Liver or Sitpstire Ittgau. The great
And all diseases arising fern It. The great prexent-
FEVER AND AGUE." ' -
It ts an ImpcesiMltty for any -wre to have Fever and
Aie. If they will aae a Isw buttles of this remedy
each sprina; and fall. - - ;
$100 $100 $100 ;
Will be given for any case of this disease that ocenrs
to any oue Unit asae the BiUrs or Tonic as a pre
Those who have the Fever and Am wfD flsd. after
the chills have stopped, that by using a few bottle ol
Lue ttiuent or iocic, uat tne disease wiu notreiara.
Tbeae remedies w lu reboild their Constitution Buter
than any other known remedy.
Tbe remedies were placed before the pnblte fftlrry
years at. with all the prejadlces of eo-called patnt
medicine" operating against them, bat gradually their
virtue became known, aod mow, to-day. they stand at
the head of all preparations of their class, with the
Indorsement of eminent Judges, lawyers, cterygymea
and phreiciane. 4
K.ad the following symptoms, and If yon find that
yonr srteia Is sifecteo by any of them, yoa may rest
loan red that disease has coteneBced it attack oa the
most important organ of your body, and nnless soon
checked by toe ore of powerful remedies, a miserable
life, soon terminating In death, will be the tosttit.
' Oon- . -
tlpatioo, ' ,
flatulence In- . ,
"ward Piles. Fulness
of Bl od to the Head, Ad
dity of the Stomach, Kanaea,
Reanhora, Dinrnat tat Food, Pul
ses or Wciimt in the Stomach. Soar
Ernmttons, Slnkuig or Fluttering at the
Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Harried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the
Heart, Choking or 8 truncating semattnns when to
lying posture, Viauei of Vision, Dot or
Weba before the Sight, Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes, Pain In the Side,
Bat-It, Chest, Limbs, etc. Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Banting in
. til Flesh, Constant low
. agining of Evil, and
Great Depres- m
AS tomcat disease of the Llnr or nigestlrs Organs
combined with impan blood.
German Stt erst
Is entirely vegetable, aad eontaia no llqnor. It ia a
rumpoand of Fluid Extract. 1 be Buow, Herbs and
Barks from which tteae extracts are made. are gath
ered in Germany ; all the medicinal virtues are ex
traded trout them by a scientific chemist. These ex
tracts are then forwarded to this country to be used
expreesly for tle roannfiactare of this Bluer. There
ts mo alcoholic aabotance of any kind need In coa
puDndiug the Hitters : hence It is free from all the ob
jections incident to the use of a liquor p relaxation.
Is a combination of all the Ingredients of the Bitter
with the purest quality of Santa Crux Hmn, Oranges,
Ac. It Is used f"r the same dieacs M the Bitter. In
cue where some pare alcoholic stiaralna la required.
Like the following was never before offered In behalf
tit any nodicuuu preparation : -HO.
ii. W. WOODWAKD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
rttUadtlMa. Jfarck 16th. 167.
I find "HooBand'e German Bitters" isaxood Tonic,
asenil in disease of the digestive organs, and ol
great beneflt In cases of dehility and want of nervous
action la tac system, soars imtv,
GEO. W. WOODWAKD.
uov. jixes Tncirsos, .
Justice of the Supreme Ooert of Fenngvtrania.
Philadelphia. April SL
I consider " Iloofland s German Bitters " a valuable
medicine in ca-c of attacks of lndigestioa or Dyapep-
w A cau certiiv intr uiuu my CAlfeitcncv w Ik
Yours, with respect,
nOX. GEO. ) II AM WOOD,
Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
rhiladtichia. Jane 1m. IPS.
I bare found by experience that "lioonand'e Gar
mva Bitters' Is a very good tonic, reHevtog dyspeptic
t Biuiunu a-most uirecuy.
- UOX. WX. r KOGCBS,
Jfayor of tlie Cfty of Bnfndo, V. T.
I rare Deed '-lloiioanct'eGermaa Bitten" aiKiTouio."
In my nunlry during the pt year, aad can reconi
mend them as an excellent tonic Inmarttnc tone and
vigor to 1 h system. Their use ha been productive
oi qecioeuiy Dcneaciai eneua.
WJL F. ROGKB3.
H norland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
Bee that the siirnture of C. M. JACKSON is ea the
wrapper of each bottle. AH otueca are counterfeit.
Frieclpsl office and mannntetorv at the German
Medicine Store, Mu. 031 AUUU StKT, PoilAdei-
CHAS. 2L EVA1TS, Prop'r.
Jormrrtg C. M. jACKSOJf V CO.
rToofind's G-rmaa Bitter, per .. ., "
llooltaud's German Bitters, na'f dozen S.OO
Uooniuid's (iermaa Tooic, put up iaqU bottle 1.SO
per bottle, or a half dozen lor 7.50
To not fortret to exsmiae well tbe article yon buy
order to get the genuine.
. For Sale by all Drnjrjrists, '
And Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
Warranted (o be (he Cheapest
and lite nest I .
' HAIH : '
Will do all it is recommended to do er the
money refunded, i . . . .
FIRST It will restore gray or faded hair
to Us natural color.- . It will change red hair
to a beautiful auburn. - . .
SECOND It will tighten' the hair, thus
arresting and preventing its falling out. "
- THIRD It will eradicate, dandruff and
cure itching of the scalp end relieve that
unnatural heat it the head, of which many
comi IniB. j.
FOU&rK It will change harsh and wi
ry hair into the salt autl.silkon appearauce,
so mu.'h desired.
The following, amon 5 many scltnowledg
ments to-itssnperierity as a Hair Restora
tive and Dressing, will speak for them
selves : ; . .
- -1 MoCorrsxiATTLLs, O., Nov. SO, 1870.
We hereby certify that we bave tested the
article called EXCELSIOR HAIR RE
r6A4 2V V;,and find it to be all that is
claimed foT it a complete Hair Restorer
and Hair Dressing.
A KA1ILEK, "
, r . foi:d silia,
- W. Y. 11'CAP.TY.
GET . THE BEST!
91i -a. i -WW . : - -sa r-. tf-V
- - - s4
OH, IN PLAIN TYPE, Til E !
- POWDERS !
Try one Packag-e and be Con
For Sale by; Dmtrsrlsf it Coon
fry 31ercbants. -
Cisci-iiiATr, O., Oct. 8, 1870.
S, Spraguv McConnelsville, O: Send
ns five prna of jonr Cattle Powders, (Ohio
Farmer'.) A. B. AIERtlAM & CO.
The Ohio Farmer's Condition rowdera
tbe best medicine for horses I have ever
wed, and I bave tried many others Team
ster for UcCooneLvUle Ea-h Factory.
Porter & Fyle buy Ohio Farmer's Con
They cared my horse wben 1 and aU rav
neijuoors uioug it he wouu die.
"Toar Powilers (Ohio Farmer's) should
more oed am Eg the farmers iban they
are. . I kr.ow then to be a good thing hit
stock. .. . J. A. ADAIK.
They sre a good thiog for stock DR.
Ask fbr the Ohio Fanner's Condition
Powder', and take no other,
d sales nr.
V and .
. ; CHemicals!
PAINTS, m, AND VARNISHES !
GLASS, PUTTY, &c.
Pure Wines and Liquors
; ; FOU 3IEDICAL. CSC .
Ore Woods and Dye StufTi gen
Great ear always used In selecting
Drugs. Weaim to keep nothing
yPvTnhatis inferior. Prescriptions put up
in a safe and careful manner. We
er-would be gld to have son, of your
..i J .
LOOK HEEE, '
OF ALL KINDS,
DOOTS AM SHOES,
- tl EK-'aSlV RK,
' Bear in mind tl MlowiLg :
TOOL pnys cash for Butter and E&gsv
- COOL pay cash for Ilides.
COOL wlia the celebrated Boots and
Shoes of BuCilo Work, and warrant tbeo
cot to rip I
COOL Las a large Stock of S'ewbervITIe
Flannel aod Jeans on band, aud baa com
plete control of what be has i '
COOL will sell yon whatever yoa wsat
st ss low rates as yon can gel correspond
ing articles in town t
CALL OX COOL! -T3a
C. L. H AItL,
lY holeSate and Retail
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STRICOiY CASH" SYSTEM
Xov. 11 1870-tf. . - -
Ohio ; : Farmer.
The Great Paper for The Farm
The Ohio Fanner is Weekly of twenty
pages, printed on pure cotton paper, large
quarto form, cut, covered and stitobed, it
being the only journal of the kind ia the
country. Each number contains a large
amount of useful information, all srttefee
being short and to the point. - Editorials
fre3h and practical. Everything pertain
ing to the farm, Garden and Vineyard are
thoroughly discussed. A mechanical De
partment is kept full of instructive hints to
aid in the farm work-shop. Special atten
tion ia given to tbe Demestic Department ;
snd for the Fireside are furnished Incidents
cf Foreign travel, stories, sketches, choice
poetry, Ac, Ac The Children's Depart
ment ia nicely illustrated each week, and
6 led with snch things as will gladdea the)
hearts of tbalilUe ones,- aad make them
belter. - - - -
Only Tito Dollars a Tear. -
Six months for one dollar ; Three months
for fiftycenta. Try it 1 Specimen copie
free. Address . - Ohio Farmer, Cleveland,
GODEPS LADY'S BOOK
The Cheapest of Ladies' Msguioes, Be
cause it is tbe Best I
It has alcays been the care or the pub
lie her to combine io its pages whatever is
oselol, whatever is elevating, whatever ia
pare, dignified and virtuous in sentiment,
with whatever may afford rational and in
nocent amusement. For its Literary De
partment, in past years, tbe best writers ia
tbe Literary world have contributed, and
will continue to furnish articles for tho year
Such names as Marion Uarland, Ino
Churchill, Louise S. Dorr, Metta Victoria t
Victor, 8. Aunle Frost, Mrs. Doonison,
Mrs. C. A. Ilopkinson, acd others can. not
be lonnd oa the prospectus of any other
Seaatifnl Steel Plate. Of these the La
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perior we challenge comparison to any
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Ocr Colored Fashion-Plales bsvea rep
elation for correctness the world over.
Embroidery Patterns. Wo give fre
quently a presentation sheet to oar patrons
containing twenty, thirty, and sometimes
lortj designs is embroidery.
OriiHnal Music Uodcy a U the only ma- -
aiioe ia which maiic prepared for it ap
alodtl Cottarew. The only magszino ia
this country that gives these designs ia the
Drawing Lesson?. la this we are also
lone.. We have aiao a Children's, a II or-
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dpy's invnlanble Receipts upon every sub
ject, for tbe Boudoir, Xaraery, Kitchen,
Hon, and Laundry,
Tinted Engraves. This ia a series of
engraving that bo one baa attempted bat
ourselves. They give great satisfaction.
Ladies' Fancy Work Dt panrnent. Some
the desigbs ia this department are print
ed in colors, ic a style unequaled.
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Averv large and fino assortment of
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