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M CONKEL3VILLK :
FRIDAY, Jan. 37, aSTl.
Rail Road Meeting.
. To the Udtens of Morgan , Covnty,
'Ohio's We, the undersigned,, res
- pectfnlly notify the Citizens or
Morgan Coanty, that there will be
. m meeting . at tbe Town Hall, of
McCocnelVil!e, on ; '
; . Saturday, January 2St 1 871, J
. t 2 o'clock, P. II., to eonsider the
Dayton & Mineral - Region Bail
Bosd proposition. "W e would re.
1 pectlully suggest-th propriety of
'appointing commute, at said
meeting, to coaler with the' Presi
dent and Directors of said road,
and ascertain the object of said
road, the contemplated t-rminus,
and what amount of stock woo Id
; be required of this Coanty to have
it ejendod to tnia piace.
. ., ... JAMES B. McGEE"W,"
'. J.T. CRBW, -
i B. JI. STANBEUY,- -,
- o W. A. STURGEON,
"M. Mc DANIEL, '
. ' WO RLKY ADAMS,
JAMES A. McCONNEIi,
... KLZY TKIPLITT. -
. C. B. BOZMAN.
1 GEO. S. COKNER,
- JOHN HARM AN. -McConnelsviile,
Jati. 20 2w.'
The citizens ot Morgan county are
hereby notified that the undersign
ed, and those appointed by him, are
tbe only authorized agents to sell
. the "G rover and Baker Sewing Ma
chine" ia said Coanty. .
- The business relation ( heretofore
existing between said Sewing Ma
chine Company and one I. 8. Jenk
ma . was 'dissolved ': January 17th,
1S71, and will hereafter be conduc-
. tod cnlv by the undersigned. . All
persons will govern themelves ac
cordingly. ALKi. !TlJljlr. -January
20th, 1871 2w.
County Lodge, I. O. G. T.
if': The next session af the Morgan
County Lodge, No. 6-.L Oi G.;
will he neid at Chesterfield,. O., cn
Friday, February 3rd, 1871.
commencing at 2 o'clock, F. M.
There will b$ a Public ,3ieelit)gin
W. H. PIERPOINT, Sec.
Statx of -Tbadb. Corsidenng
that we have had good roads almost
; all. winter, ; and then considering
; that 00 r business men, that is our
merchants asd grocers,' are com
., plaining of dull timet, it seems ap
' parent that these particular brancb
' "es of business are "sadly over-done
in McConnelsviile . and Malta. It
has been, argued that Qnr presont
number of Dry Goods Bouses. Gro
ceries, kc, would be insufficient for
the demands of business, or at least
;'bat they wouM all do a thriving
-business, if we had good pike roads
--extending ibroughout the County ;
bul the condition of trade this, win
ter 63r8 not justify, any such con
cisions. For almost the entire
wintcrr our? roads ;haTe -: been as
good, if hot better, than the best
pike roads would have been, and
jLyot.vb remember" ao winter when
the complaint of "dull times' has
been more general. The natural
. conclusion must then ;Le thai too
' mueb. of oar capital, both of money
' and men, is invested in mercbandi-
.-xiiig and i grocery keeping, for the
demand's of the County. " Were this
surplus capital, made up of would
be business-rasa, clerks and unsale
able goods, (unsaleable because our
bome market, is .literally glutted.)
wnieh1 is growling" about ' "dull
times," to be turned into some pro
dnctivo industry wo opine that this
cry of "dull times" would be less
seldom hearaVm th wtcinjfjv Our
peoplo should rem emVer that all
cannot make it profitable to "keep
store."," YTe must have some produ
cers for purchasers. , -v ..,
I. & C. W. - Mutnmey report the
following prices as ruling here :
-Flour, f 1.75. ptfr sack; Buckwheat
Flour, 5 cents per pound; Corn at
wholesale, CO cents psr bushel; Oats
at wholesale, 33 cents; Wheat, $L10;
Dried Apples,' 8 cents par pound at
retail; Beans, 5 cents per pound;
.Caniloa, 20 cents; JSio. Coffee, "20 to
25 cents; Java Coffee, 30 cents; Rai
sins, au cents; Uannsd xomatoes,
16 cents per can; Canned Peaches,
two pound cans, 30 cent; three lb
cana, 40 cents. Codfish, 10 cents per
"pound f Mackerel, 16 cents; Hides,
7 cents; Sorghum Molasses, 0 cents
per gallon ; ifew Orleans Molasses,
$1.00; Potatoes,' f 1.00 per bushel;
Carbon Oil, 30 ee tits per gallon;
llama, sugar cured, 16 cents per lb.;
plain, 14 cents SidcSjbacon, 15cts.;
Lard, 12; to IS. cents ; Butter 0
oents; Eggs, : 20 cents per fiosen ;
Cheese, 20 cents per pound ; Chick
ens, -8 to 10 cents, dressed; Turkeys,
10 cent; - Sugar, -white,': 16f cents;
brown, 14 to 1 cenu; Salt, $1.75 a
barrel Tal'ow, 8 cents per pound;
Dried Peaches, 12J cents; Hominy,
10 cents per quart. - '-. '
Era V7oodward reports that be
ia paying $5 a hundred for good
Beef Cattie. BeetStake is selling
far 18 els. per pound, and best
Stake and Boast at 15 els.
Gold is quoted in New York at
about HOf . - " - - ' '
lr our Carrier-boy tails to Jehver
.tho paper regularly, let ns know it.
;We intend no one to be slighted.
'ACaphst Sabbath School Con
vention wi:t be held a the Town
Hall this evening. A 3Ir. Hhodeft, :
State Aft, will deliver an address,
.1: 1 I.,
Rixc mbh the fiail Koed Meeting to
. Ssm 11s dl the County News in your
neighborhood. ' r -j
NoticB adrertisement of the Fireside
Friend. .r : .ci ,
Ret. -O. Wr CoctrJohtwi1I preach in
the Presbyterian Church, of this place,
asxt Sabbath evening, at 6 1-2 o'clock.
t t "
: TsofA8lIooai.xk,of Cheiterfield, tells
ns that Religioai revivals are progress.
ing finelyn that portion of the Cutni
tJ- " ' ''
',' Ths Protracted Meeting at the M. E.
Church is still progressing. New eon
verts are being made almost every eve
: B. Ekulx's advertisement, in'anoth
er column, is specially recommended
for perusal. Mr. Engle is one of the
most enterprising business men in the
-' 'Edward Amks, infant son of Frank
A & Hannah Porter, aged about six.
month b, died yesterday at one o'clock,
P. M. The funeral will take place to
morrow afternoon at two o'clock.
' EirsECEKTiTiTs Stahtok has been at
home for a week toast. ' We tbaak him
for a copy of the "Geological Survey"
of the State for 1869. He 'started for
Columbus again yesterday morning.
las RURAL Xew : YoRKEB is paper
we can recommend, with great pleas
ure, to all interested in Agricultural
pursuits. It is published by D. D. T.
Moore, 41 Park Rew, New York City.
Send for a sample copy, and thereby
satisfy yourself of its worth.
Wbittex notiees, posted on the lamp
posts about town, notify those who
happen to see them and read them,
that on Saturday, February 4th, two
School Directors will be elected for the
McConnelsville School District, to fill
vacancies occasioned by the expiration
of John Boone's and Hon. F. W.
Wood's terms. " '
Mirsied. On Jan. 51, by EevF. J.
Cether, Mr. John W. Hook to Miss Is
abella IdcKibben, both of this county.
; At the residence of the bride's par
ent's, Jan. 14th, by the Rev. B. E. Ed-
gell, Frank B. Clark, of Meadville, Pa.,
to Amanda C. Hancher, of Unionville,
Morgan co., O.
In Malta, Thursday evening, Jan.
26th, at the reeidenoe of H. Dunsmoor,
Esq., by Rev. J. P. Mack Elaine, Mr.
William Porter and Miss Mary Brown-
ell, aU of Malta.
Ws learn that Dr. True, a Botanic
Physician and Surgeon, is going to lo
cate in ' AlcConnelsvule to practice his
profession. The Doctor is an exper-
ienced physician, well versed in all the
branches of ' Medical ' Science, and
comes to our place well recommended
This will afford the invalid portion of
our community an opportunity to test
the virtues of the NewSchooL He
will occupy, for the present, a room ad
joining the Adams - House, On Center
St." Give him a call.
A New paper, to be called The Pro
tector, is about to appear in New York
It will give special attention to life in-
surance. which it will discuss is a sim
ple, popular way, with the view of sat-
isfying the public demand for inform-1
ation on the subject. In addition, in
order to make The Protector ofgeneiN
at interest to, families, miscellaneous
reading matter on health, etc., will
form a prominent feature.'. Each num
ber will also contain a story written
for The Protector by a popular author.
The editor is Sidney Ashmora, and the
publishers W. C. & F. T. Church, 39
Park Row, Kew York. :
Ona neighbor, the Herald, in its last
issue, ridicules . the introduction of a
bill into our Stats Senate aiming to
prevent T the prescribing .of certain
stimulants by physicians. ' We do not
know what this bill is. and, conse-
-uon uui vui ia, iuiu, cunnr
tjuently, cannot say whether it u what
it should be or not; but we do affirm
that some restrictions on the use of I
Alcoholic stimulants by physicians In
their practice, would be of great bene
fit to 11 commuaities. The wholesale I
prescribing of alcoholic stimulants by j
the Medical fraternity, which has been
iu general in the past, should be stop-
pew , avnu 11 puyaiuians Will not vsas I
the matter In. hand and ,stop it them-'
selves, the strong sxm of the law should
step in and stop it for them.
O Tuesday, just as the steamer Car
rie Brooks was leaving the Douda Fun
rie Brook. i was leaving the Douda Fur,
naee, a bt tie below this place, the See-
. .p; rv.,.l....
ted to walk out on the Fan Tail to oil
the machinery, and it being icey;he
slipped and fell overboard. - He came
just behind the wheel, one of the
paddles missing him by but about six
inches, as he states. ' tie attempted to
attract the attention of those on beard
the boat bv - hallooing, "but was stran
gled so by the waves last he oould not
do so, and only by the utmost effort
was able to reach the Western shore. I
Here he obtained a skifl; crossed over I
i-ougiiriage a, ana ugnriage
put mm on a norse ana iooji aim
down to Windsor,' where he overtook
the boat, aad learned that be had not
been missed until tbe boat was ap
proaching Hooksburg, where a landing
being desired, the pilot turned the
boat in and signaled for the engine to
atoe. The engine not stonome. the di-
concluded that something was
wrong, turned the boat out into the ,
river again just in time to escape run-
. . J - m . J ; I
gated the Matter, finding the eniti-
neer'sbatand oil ean on the Fan TaiL
The boat was turned round and came I
the river again as far as Sherwood's I
carnaee, it being supposed mat me i
engineer had TaUen overboard between
uuinuut-ua Aiooasourgn, ana not
-:i.--, -t t
finding him. and suDPOsixig him drown-1 .
ed,after giving the alama. sUrted a-
gain on her trm. It is said that tba
scene on board the boat on the appear-1
ance of the supposed to be lost engi-
neer was indescribable. Cheers rang
lustily, hats were thrown, high in be
air, and everybody was rejoiced.
turcs on the Corruptions of Christi- j
Unity.' Ail are cordially invited to I
Ix Portsmouth, this State, the li
quor Tendon ars , being sued quite
extensively by wives and children
injured by their nefarious traffic.
'Wild Oats," a spicy weekly pa
per. finely illustrated, and full of
humor, published by Winchell A
Small, No.113, Fulton Street, New
York City, is received. .
Thi Theological Debate, to have
come off at Zanesville on Tuesday,
was a failure, one of the Dabators
being uqable to attond on account
of a sick wife.
. Thb Supreme Court of Iowa de
oidesthatif a jaryman drinks in
toxicating liquors during - a trial,
that the verdict may be '-set aside
and a new trial ordered.
Ox the 5th instant, "An .Act, to
provide ' for ' the - appointment of
guardians of habitual drunkards,
and prescribing the duties of sucb
guardians," became one of the laws
Thi election of a Justice of tho
Peace for Morgan township, that
we epoke of two weeks ago, comes
off to-morrow. James M. Gay lord
tho only candidate we have heard
Thi revival at the M. E. Church.
of Malta, Bey. Wakefield pastor, is
progressing finely. 'We aro told
that on Tuesday evening,' twenty
three persons went forward to the
altar. .7 '
... ttt r . r . 1 rw 1 1 .
W. 01 tne. isnesviue
O'ity umes, was in town wo "iter
part of last week and the first of
this. He reports his prospects in
uaneaviue ao nattering. iau Ml
Josiah Jackson tells ns that he
is going west in a low weeks to
enter land on one cr two soldier's I
claims, and that he will make en
tries for any Morgan County sold-
iors whodesiro him to do so.
Owikci to our inability to get la-
bor last week, and having to do
about all the work, from editor
down, oursclf, we were' thrown be -
bind about a bait day, ana tneruiiy
were too late for some of our mails.
r rTTf.. .v- c.aa
mer Julia, fell overboard on last
Friday while the boat was loading
on flour at McConnel's Mill. He
was ruacued without receiving any
more serious damage than r.old
Hathsw Millkr, butcher of Malta,
killed a cow on
Monday last, and fn
her stomach he
. . ... 1
about three quarters of an inch in di-1
ameter. That cow had evidentlv been
hard up for fodder at some
time of her
Navigation between here and
Wednesday, the Steamer Mink not
making her return trip-on the eve-,
ning of that day, owing to tho clo
sing of the Taylorsvillo canal by
ice. From present indications.
(Thursday morning), this will ntt
JCDGB Wood reports that case
nrfia rn.jnl Itr . triiul htlom him in
Guernsey county, in which the wid-
ow and children of a deceased
drunkard got a judgment of $2,500
o j o 7 --. --1 1
inrt the liquor vendor that had
sold liquor to. said drunkard, and
thereby caused his death by delir-
Uniyersalist Church. -Key. H.
F. Miller, Financial Agent of Buch-
tel College, will preach in the Uci-
ver8ti,-t Cbnrcb, Friday and Sat-
nrday evenings also Sunday morn
ing, the 27th. 26th and 29th.
Eev. J. P. McLans will continue I
bis exposition and defense of Uni-
versalism on Sunday evening, and
ch tQCCetiwg eveD;ng (Monday
. . . 'j
ivuhhvi-ji; uuv'i kuu pvi 100 i
18 conc!ude1- Tbe ,er: t 1
concluded by giving five or six lec-
It is stated .that oae of the first
sat' a,oa h - a V"V vueiwc. i w a I
Foulke - , nfter his inducttofl into of-
fice, was to compromise with a liqucr
vendor. We would ask, whatright
baa be to compromiso with any vi
olator 0 Uv j We would u a
man was guilty of theft, burglary,
or arson, and would promise not to
do so arain if allowed to c-o nnnnn-
ished for the crime committed, if
Mr.Foulke would advise that he
ahnnM .i -a 'rnnni.K ? W-1
Uhm V nni I Whv . -i,nM .
liau0r vendor, who has violated the
. q.. . hl
. . '
W U V U1V1 V UMalU V V VVUilWWUIV J VUUU 1
UU"B u. uu
generally carry on hut nnlaw
fnl business months and sometimes
years before he can be detected ;
why. then, should such a one bo al-
iOWB(i t0 eo nnDuniahed beoauae of
.. . . " I
nurama-wav ln ln0 IU-
lm 1 DBe venaors Know
the provisions of our laws, and the
penalties for violating them, as well
the thief or burglar does, and
when they violate them they sh ould
forced to per the penalty
have no more compromises.
Bit. H. Coops& has
trip to Pennsylvania.
it under a haystack for eafo keep
up ing. In this latter place it seems
Ths Herald, of last week, publishes
an article from the Cincinnati Gazeile,
headed "Collecting Liquor Bills," and
publishing it of course endorses it,
which closes by reflecting upon a Uni
ted States Court for holding that a
State can prohibit trade in an article
which the United States makes a
source of revenue; or, in other words,
for holding that the Liquor Laws of
Ohio cannot be made null and void by
the United States making the vendors
of Liquor pay a special license for fol
io wir.g their business.
We take it for granted that the edi
tors, both of the Gazette and Herald,
knew full well that the Court in ques
tion, by so doing, followed but in the
beaten track of the well settled juris-!
prudence of this country, and that
their only object in publishing such an j
article was to attract unto themselves
the support of the Liquor Vendors of
their respective localities. The Heraldt
1itH. ... (u..wu . 1
. . . , . , , .
cuted for violating our State Liquor
for . A privilege of selling Liquor ; and,
courting as they are ths whisky ele
ment, they thought the publishing of
such an article would be one of the
best means of securing their favor.
While it is a fact much to be regret
ted that Uncle Sam is raising $60,000,
000 of his revenue off of the crimes and
wretchedness of the people by licens
ing persons to retail hell and damn v
lion to ih
eir neichbors, yet it is not
true that he thereby licenses any one
to violate any State Law,' and if they
do so Uncle Sam's Courts are right in
saying they must suffer the consequen
ces. It looks bad for newspapers, like the
Gautu and raW 1 attempting to
sustain the greatest of all the evils
that r-r bpRAt 1?ia vnrM. v'n.n. hutft
-ear or two ao. thev el aim ed to bathe
exponents of all the "moral ideas"
fOLITICIANS, Hie country over.
lare Jevisintr wsvs and means to
head off the Prohibition movement.
Moral suasion temperance measuros
are being set on foot again in all
parts of the lar.d, and thoso who
hooted at the Prohibitionists a year
ago as a set of "fanatics, disappoin
ted political aspirants," Ac, are ur-
g:ng the necessity of reform rela
tive to intemperance. These poli
ticians may as well, first as last,
com out decidedly and earnestly
tor ironibiiion, the only panacoa
for the ills the people are soffonn
Dderby D1,14n9 of intemperance.-
The Prohibitionists are not going
to be drawn off by any sham, half
way measures. Moral fuasion ideas
will do very well ss auxilliary to
tho great work going on, but they
can never accomplish what is desir
ed, and what is absolutely neessa
ry to the preservation of our froe
In8t:tutions and - the credit, mornli
tv ana n&rn nMi nf nnr rf-n?mi
, , ' , , J r
U, x of the corruptions that
"M encompsssod it, and will place
in positions of authority men not
only pure and honest, bul capabl
of understanding our system of gov
ernmcnt, and who will legislate, ad
judicale and oxecute ss tho true in
terests of tho country at large de
Phobati Court Jndgo Pinker-
ton, of our Probate Court, had a
case before him on Thursday
,a" we0K lnal lerm.naveu rauuer
. 1 it .1 . ..J 1 L
""f-,,""-J . " ' -
.f "... . a ..tin 'ili.il .'.
ago. leaving a. widow ananino
children, four of whom were child-
e a .
roD form;r w,fo' Some years
ago the now doceased bad made
will, devising the major part ol his
property to his children by his first
wifo.and.cn his doath, this will
could not be found, and the child
ren by the first wifo claimed that
tho widow and one of her sons bad
concealed it; and, thereupon, eoit
was instituted to make said widow
and son bring the will into tho
Probate Court for record. Fifteen
witnesses were examined, and it
annearftd I Vint Lhtt rleeAaKprl hail ti
ken the will, some four or five
ears BgO, UUi oi me iiBi.ua ui lue
person with whom he had deposi-
ted it, and that ho had then placed
that the rats had got hold of it and
carned ll off' ttnd that U bad ben
until the day of Coulson'd decoaso,
when be took it to the house of de
ceasoa and placed it in a recess in
the kitchen. On this evidence be
ing atfilfieod, the Court sent Sheriff
to make a search of said
Kllcl-n- o&srin aone so, ana,
mnch lo his astonishment be itsaid,
fonnd in tho receBS ftbov6 POken
a copyofa CoNSEavATiTB Hxiba,
issuea trod tula oiiico on tao .sytti
oi August,, isoo, containing me
"Address Adopted by tho Philadel
phia Convention of the loth of Au-
eU8t; 18GS." Judge Pinkorton
thought this a strange will, and do
dared it to be but a Copperhead
he from beginning to end, and dis
missed the caso at the cot of the
Tbe receipts of the Baptist Social, at
Henrv Pinkerton's residence on Tues
day ATenlng( o'nted to near thirteen
Ox Wednesday a couple that had
been married seventy-five years, the
man aged' 104 years arid the woman 96,
were taken to ths Infirmary of Wash
Tbk Ohio Democratic State Con
vention will be held on the 1st day
of June next.
. Cones of ths Daily Congressional
Globe are receeeived through the kind
ness of Senator Thurman.
Jan. 20—3w. "A TALE OF SIN."
TTe have received from the Publish
er, L. R. Hamersly Ss Co., a copy of a
very fascinating and admirably written
story of English life, by Johnny Lud
low, a celebrated London Magazine
writer, entitled "A Tale of Sin," but as
the author remarks, it is more a tale of
suffering than of sin. The book is a
telling satire on that condition of Eng
lish society which prevents English
noblemen from marrying the daught
ers of those who are held to be below
them in life. "A Tale of Sin" is very
, ifir v a , it
handsomely printed on fine white pa-
vu...... " - "
cuted engraving of Mary Layne, the
l - l r t t
unfortunate heroine of the story. The
puce is 35 cents, and it can be ohtain-
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lit SI-VKSS KOTICF.S.
What a Country Merchant saya of the
Ohio Farmer's florse and Cattle Poardcrs
and Superior Ncrteaod Bone Liniment :
"Your Powders and Liuiment are selling
well. , Sites' and others gt . on , the buck
thelf f.ioce your Ohio Farmer's came out.
Your Nerve "and Bone Liniment cured a
gentleman of my acquaintance of a lame
back, and of course, be thinks it a great
medicine. -Yours tralv,
J. V. FLKMING.
. Stdekceper ht ToIJa Toet Ofice, -
Another Country ic reliant at Triadel
''Your PowJrs pared the life of an ox
nf mine, which I valued highly. We keep
the Ohio Farmer's and sell them, am! slm.'l
soon want another supply.
... . JAMFS HAYRS,
' J Slorekeeper at Tciadelphia.
Wf you want a nice Collar, or
neat Necktie, the latest in the market,
romember hill's is the r laco to find
cCi.Sclool Hooks sold at the low
est figures at A DAIS'S Book Store.
na-SILl.S lor Ory Goods and Groce
ries. They keep a nice stock.
BaNw and fresh styles of WALL
PAPER now at Adair's Book Store.
They keep a fine stock and good assort
ment and sell at very low figures.
Wk have made arrangements with
the manufacturers for one hundred
dollars worth of Corn and Feed plit
Baskets, and we are ready at any time
to srpply ' Bushel, Half bushel, or
School Baskets as wanted. . Farmers,
take uotice that Sill's is the headquar
ters tor Baskets
. oiv'o'atEs. .
A Isolate TOvorees leealy obtained in K.
Turk, Indiana, lllinoi.. and other States,
for peraons from any Stat- or County, legal
very where; de-frtion, druukcuneas, con-
eupnort. lc (umeient eaue ; no publici
ty. No charge until divorce it obtained.
Advice tree. Adirsa,
CounacIIori at Law,
180 Broadway, Hew York City.
Jar.., 18TI ly,
m t m .
Wuh ave at this. time an excellont
assortment of Trunks.- Satchels, Bags,
uc, at reduced onces. elLL A, CO.
' Howard VTalclies, adjusted
to heat co.d nnd pomtios.
If. E. VIXCF.NT&ERO.
EG- Qieeniware aad Ticwire in abun
dance at SitXS .
t?i.No family can afford to be with
out a good I'arntly Bible when they
can be purchased as cheap as they are
now being sold at A dais's Book Store.
385 Ws are weekly receiving the latest
KTvk-s ol Pelines and Calicoes direct from
lbs East. Call at S tone's.
K,'The best slock ol -apsr goods in
town is at SILL'S. Take a look through
their stock.' The best of machine thread
tA.Those FamSly Uibles at A-
DAIK'S Book Store are unexcelled in
size, style, quality, and price.
Brushes Clothes, Shoe, Hair and
Tooth on hand at Sill's. Toilet
Sohps, and Yarns in every -firtcte.
Travelers Notica. L-rpe assort
ment of Tronks,' Valises," end 1 ravelin
Bags np town at Stone's. -
C.IIyinn (looks, of all denomi
nations, sold at ADAIIC'S Book Store.
tSS-S.atlii's' Watcbes. Lady E:
gin, tbe favorite ol all, at
.- tit. u. isctM' r. ouua .
A oood assortment of - Tinware.
Queensware,' and House-furnishing
boods to be found at Bill s.
Bf$The largest stock and greatest
variety of BOOKS ever brought to JI
Connelsville, now at A Data's Book Store,
If you don t believe it, go and nee for
yourselves, and purchase while so good
an opportunity oners.
" Another- choice stock ef Groceries,
the very best Tea,! Coffee and Sugar.
just received at Bill's.
tA-Ilalland'a int.l Pni thr
best pea made, bvory , pen warrauied
used by ail book-keepers. For sale only at
Diaries for 1S71
At Adaib's Bookstore, selling cheap
to cloee out the stock. Good variety of
styles and sixes. Go and purchase one.
IAlafke Mink Furs I Water Mink
Furs 1 by the sett or single piece, sold at
an enoiaous sawifice, at o tone's. ,
Kics stock of Dry Goods .constantly
kept at Sill's. Prints a specialty. Go
and see them.
B-The best Ciold Pens are sold
ADAIR'S Book Store.- They keep a
fine assortmentand warrant their Pens.
The liable, Todd & Co. Fen, which
they sell, is more extensively utd than
any other Fen made Try them. They
give excellent satisfaction.
B&a '-Now is tbe winter of our distress,"
Consumption and Lccg Fevers are rile in
oar immediate viciuiiv. vr. JUuncaos
Kxpectorant bas beea the means of saving
B.odreds thus afflicted. Sold - on If by
. . - BTONE.
Kovioks in endless variety at Sill's.
t.CLOSiNGo'u SALbL-We are
about to close out altogether oar present
stocks of Furs and Shawl. Eig bargaics.
J. B. STONK.
Franklin Almanac and Diary
For 1871, at Adair's Book Store. A
limited eunnlv on hiid. Call early if
you wauta copy. Iso farmer can sord j
be without it
SILVER WAT CHES,
AT HALF l'RICE.
Genuine 18 Carat Gold Hunting cased
Watcbes Ueuls' and Indies' ijiae, regu
luted and warranted for time and wear, M
half the oul price, oo!y 925 esch. .
The Extra Fine Q'luiiiy, 18 Craleo!J,
Eugii.e Taroed, liuuiing Cved, Full Jew-tlt-d
Lever Moveoiebts perfectly adjuolcd
to all climate, regulated, and taeb warran
ted by special certificate, at only $30
Tlse Sams, of Finer and hicher grade,
with Chronometer Bulancr, at ?.3.oti.
The Same, at Las', with fi ie Nickel
Work,aad Sirm-winding and Sotting At
tachment, requiring nn key. around aud set
by the stem, only 4 each,
All 11 le uDove w micnes 1
are pnt at bar
price, and each warranted, fur time cad
Extra Fine, Ture Silver, Hunting
Cad Ueuts' aad La lies', at only $12
Uest Qiality Coin S'lver, Hunting
Cased, Full Jeweled Lever, at ouly $15
Extra Fine Qiali'y, FiUent Levers i
Chronometer HoTcauu'iS. Uuby JewuLd,at
ouly $iO each.
Oar Watches aro all warranted, and
if not perfect will be tektu bick aad the
Sf3-We require no money ia advance
bat tend all goods by Kxprei?, payable on
delivery, with privilege lo open and exam
ine betore paid for, by paying Expres
charge?, auUil not satiBtactory, returned
Plaos where no Kipres run-, goods wi
be d-nt by mail, in tvguieied package, by
scud;ng in advaucr.
8, I'ersous ordering Six Wa'.i heat
tinv, will receive an extra Waicii of eaiue
AUo, iold Chain (Gento), at S6. 83 to
512 ; uiiliea at f 10, $12 to flD eactt
The fiteit Uold Plated and Oroide Gold
Clialni at $2, Si, SS to $8 each.
State description end price of Watch re
quited, and o-dtr hy mail direct Irom
THBUXIOX WATCH CO,
143 Fulton Strett, Nr York.
Jan. 6, lSii 3ino.
M 111 A T.I Jst
W. A. MATHWS"& CO.
Keep the best of everything the'mrlot
sltords in the Grocery and Provision Iine
They know just what will tickle the palate
oi me people.
And all kinds of meats sold so cheap that
it always Rives tbeir customer good ppe
tites to eut. It makes hue cry pvopls hap.
py, healthy and roLut ; drives aicknen
from the household ; spoil- ths trade of the
Doctors and makes every cooc prond of her
table. LtaabaBdj, who have cross wivee
will always find a few cuts of
FROM THIS UOUSBA
ory presence ea the ta
bio always puts eTr-rybody in a good hum
,sm Uuckeye iilock is toe place
to get it I Ask an y body, in tne expression
of w bote countenance yoa aoe f-f BEEF
ST-LAK,. and they eaa t, 'l yon the
place. I hot also keep all kinds o! tne ve
At the lowest price I They buy, too ; end,
what ia more remarkable, they buy and sell
Cracked net f a Tat Steer ! !
Give them a call. One Door East of Eii
Shepard'a wholesale Grocory, Center St.,
Dec. 33, 1870 Smo. -
IIOTT LOST. HO IT BESTORED.
Just oublished. a new edition
of Dr. Culverwe'.l's Celebrated
Eaaav on the BaJU-al Cure
fwlihmt mliciaeVof SaermatorrhcBa or Ps
minal Weaknesa, Involuntary Seminal Los
sea, Impotency, iteatal and Physical inca
pacity, impcaiiricnw o Kjrn.n
Cnnremption, Ipilepty, and Vita, induced
by self-indulgence oraosaal exiravaganoe.
; tf-r rice, in cB"iun
ent- . ..' .
The celebrated autnor, in m i onmirauie
innT. clcariv a oroonaiTier irciu a luir.r
v-rn' anccaaAful practice, that the alarm -
in.rniKMniiicci of self-ebue miv ba rad
ically cured withont the dongerou- n- of
internal medicine or the application or ine
v. : r . ..:m.:MA nut - nwri, til r are at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by menas of
which every suuerer, bo iui-ir
oendition may be, may cure birn.elf cheap-
JT-S" This Loctare shonld be in the hands
of every y.mth and every man in the land.
Sent uu.lor seal, in a . plain envelope, to
any address, poatrsid, on receipt of 6 teats
ox two poataso stamps.
Also, Dr. c'ulverwell's ilarnage Guide
price 2i ce&ts.
Address me A-uaneners,-
Cbas. J. C. Kline Co.,
127 Bowery, New York, P. O. BoxsJeS-
slay be found at his oi'jco on
TUE SOUTH-WEST CORiVCU.
At all times, wheo not absent on Pxofeas
' I-ar-Goed vnriety of reading matter
Ht ADAIK'3 Book Store. Fresh sup-7lie-
daily received, antl t.'.l the Story
and Illustrated J'spers ani
Megaiine. mr-.isnt.iy kep'.
-p'. on hsr.rl i
A K ,
As eionliiod, fh)- imjl-srctio- or oih-r rana-a, has J
been d Himr'. t .nlT-r frora disease, 1 mala
dy for .liMue been provM-d. Oar hill and vKlkira j
ahnand with pxrta ar.d ht-rbe, which if Kle-ttitally i
prepared and compounds!, will retor h-a!th and
vitor to the ir.nlid. Tofiml socha remedy rboald
seek oue tual has stood the test ot axe.
Sara C-re fsr Iir Cjaptikt,
Sure Cure far lyspepsia,
S-rs Cars fw IjUaUv,
Sire Cbto fcr Jaundice, . '
Sara Cro fcr Harassa-,
And sfl'sa-ctiob- ar!lnr f.-ai waknes er want of
action in tho Llrcr or D.tive Organs. . Ths sreat
And all diease arbins from It. The irrfat prtveat-
FEVER AND AGUE.
It Is in Impoa.tbllity Sir anv -ne U hav FTr3.!
Ajra, if they will raw a U bottlv of tola remedy
each rjriu,' and Kill.
$100 -- $100 $100'
W1U 1 xiven for any ea of t'. diaease that occurs
to aur oue uU oaes th Ilittura or Toulc aa a pre
Tb(wo who tia-re the F-ver and Ajrne will Sod. afire
Uie chill have -topped, that by usidi; a few bottlee of
the bitter or Tonic that the di.ease will not return.
Thee rcmedias will rea!'. I theirConatltation faster
ths.n anv other kwn ri'medy.
tflie rimed ios wure plared before the pnhlTe thirty
yeirs aro, with ail the preiutlice of exalled -'patent
m.rdicine" openitin? aaiiiit them, bnt gradually their
vi rtues became known, and no , to-day, they stand at
live bead ot ail prtiaralion of their claaa, with the
liKlnnoinent of eminent jndei, lawyer, clcrygymea
Eead'theWiowinirayTnptom, and If yon flnil that
your tflem is aiTccied by any of tneta, yoa may ret
anured tiiat dieeaee ha conimtmced its attack on Uie
teoat important onranaof your body, and nnleM ooa
checked by the ae of puwerfal remcdie. a miserable
UXe, sooa tenaiuatics In death, will b the result.
stitattioa. " - ' -Vbitrtlence.
. . Tird li!e. Fulness
" ' ' of Biood to the Head. Act- " '.
dltyof the ttomacli, Nana-a, '
Heartbnm, Difgrwt ft Fond, Fnl
' ne or Weight iu tbe rttomach, Sonr
Emctations, Siukinifor t'lnttt-ring at the
Pit of toe Stomach. bwimmin of tiie Head;
Harried or Difficult Breathinr. Flattering at tba
H-vrt, Choking or Snuocauay swsatli when la
a hrinir po-tnre, Dimnexa ol hmn, iiota or
, tVetoa V-fore the Sii;iil. Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of 1'erH-iirathm. Yellowcea of
theSklaaud Eye?, Pr ia In the Side,
Sack, Chest, Liiab. o:c, butideu
Fluih(. of Uu.t, Eumjiif ia .
' . the Flesh, Const j-t lai
ain:ng of K.il, ana
AS ladtcat diaeaae of the Liver er Diwlir Orjaos,
eomcinea wua impaxe Dmou.
Is entirely vertable. an;l contains no liquor. It le a
eompoimd of Flaid Extract.. The Boota. H-rbe and
JMraa Irom wnica uee exineta are maae. are garn
ered in Gt-imany; & the mlirinal irlaca are ex
tract ed from them b. a jcl-ntnlc chemijt. Thee ex-
tract are then forwarded to thi country to be o-ed
orp.-t-.lv ix tlie m.wtilact!:re of thi Hi. rem. There
la ro alcoholic nbt:ince of nrr kind ued m coax-
jKMindio? HieBiiters: hence it ia free fmm 11 theob.
JCWilVU MIUU.tU I M V. A miVUV. y.A.HMVA.
HOOritAND'3 " ;
Is a combination of all tbe mirredients of tie Bitters
withihe purest qanlity or r-aiilu Crus linm, oranfia,
Ac It ia oacd fur the mine V: a the Bitter, ia
cxiea wavre smae pure Aicohohc stuuulna is reqalred.
J Ik the fi-'lowin was never before ode red in behalf
ol any Blue iciiial pniaration :
IIO.V. O. TV. TI OODWABD, .
Chief JnstlCiJOf ths Supreme Coart of reimsylTanii
rhiiodtJiMii. Vorck 16th, 1167.
T U TT C . .1' . . . . " . u . ndJ Tm.U
artful la l:caM of tlw digcttirs orgiiii, sad ui
great Vre".t In ca-es of debility and want of oerveos
-. U0. W. WOODWARD.
Jo-rlee of the Fap.-eme Conrt of Pennsylvania.
JfiitaMtMa. AnrU tad. lfW.
I conalderuIlnoCaiid' ruLin Biitora' a valnabla
medicine in ca-o of attack of indication or Dyapep-
ia- aacau ceniry ir.i. irom my experience or 1L
l'oart, with respect, -,
". . . JAJIE3 THOJtPSOK.
1IOK. CEO. B HA 1LS WOO a.
JcaUceof the Snpieme Conn of Pemwylvanfa.
rAUaUrtrMa. Jjnt :t. 1388.
I have fuosd by experience that liooiand'a bar-
man BUtors "Us T !ry rood tonic, relWTlnj rlyapeptlt
aymptooi aimual directly.
....... GSOEGK BH ARS WOOD.
- MOST. V3C. r. BOGEIU, .
Mayor of the City of Buffalo, TH.Y.
. iIajor'$ 0:.te. Bvub, Junt tU. lfee. '
I have used '-iiuodaru (Jermaa Bluer and Tonic"
ta my family during the past year, andcau recant
mend them an excel'ent tonic, Impartlns; tone and
vtor to the rvstem. Pieir ua ha beea prodactiT
of decidedly bcsedcial tSt:.
vt At. auwuH.
TfooSand-a Garman Remedlea are eonnterfritad.
S- that th- .ikii u: r of C. il. JACKSOS ia OB to
Wrapper of each bottle.- All others are counterf-tt. .
Prfn-.Tpal efflce ard mannftirtory at ths ferman
Mtciu Store. Ko. SSI AJtCH SSHiOX, PMiade!-
CHAS. -JL- EVANS, Pifbp'r.
JBrTIrfTl ty tV. U. VATVJVaV (jsy We
I?oc9anrs German Bitteri, per bottla SlroO
liooHand'a Unnan Bitter, naif aoaea S.ttO
liooflaod uerman Tome, , at ap m qa, Domes l.it
per bottle, or a nan no.ca ror v.ow
Do not rorcet to examine ntl the arUde yoa bay
m order to gt the ftcaint.
l"or Sale by all DraslsU,
Aad D:ra in Kadlrte svarywaer-. -
SPR AGUE'S COLCMX.
Tfarranted to be tb Cheapest
uud the Uest 1
Will in &Vk H is rcCatuoieadtd to do "r t'i-
FIHST ! wiHrcatcre pray or faded hair
to it.- natural color. It williiange red hair
to n b-antifut snbnrn.
cctvivn ii -in t;.ht-n I H- hair. ;hua
arr-etini? aad preventing iofalliac ont.
Tlilltl It wi.i eramcaie aanaruu inn
cure itching of the scalp and relieve that
unnatural heat in Ihehead. el. which many
FOUSTIt It will charge harsh snd wi
ry hair into the soft add silken aj pcaranre.
an much desired.
The followinu. asr.onj; many aeknowltdj-m-n's
to itseoperiority aa a ifair Restora
tive aud Drciiing, will apeak far them
. McCovmxsvilia, O., iTcv. 30, 1ST0.
Vie hon-by certify that we have tested th
article called EXCK1SIOS BA TR RK
STOJtATirS.m find it to be all that it
claimed for it-H cornplote IIir Eoetorer
and Hair Drc'ssisr.
Y,'..W. II CAKTY.
GET THE BEST!
OK, IN PLAIN TVTE, TIIE
Try one Pax&asre and te Con-
25ctSa or 5 for 1
E'er Snle by DrupsUts &. Coun
Ciscimvati, O., Oct. 6, lo"i).
S. Sprague, McConneUville, 0: iSt-n.?
os five stops of yonr Cattle Powder?, (Ohi.i
Farmer's.) ' A. B. UKK1UAM & C'J.
The Ohio Farmer's Cooditiou rowders
is tbe best medicine for horses 1 have evi r
used, and I have tried many others Team
ster for McConnelsville Sab Factory.
Porter & Fjle bay Ohio Farmer's Con
They cared my horse when I arJ ail mj
neighbors theught he would die.
uYoqt Powders (Ohio Farmer's) abotiM
be more used a moos the farmers than ther
are. I know them to be a good thine lor
stock." - J. A. ADAIll.
They art a good thing for stock. DH.
PAH KICK , - - '
Aik for the Ohio Farmer's Condition
Powders, and take bo ether.
.- IrlcConnelsYlIle, Oblo,
Drugs, ' .
;r ' and-- '
,A!f.TS).GiLS, ANJ VARNISHES !
; GLASS, riTTY, Ac.
'urc Wines and Liquors
Dye Woods and Dye SiivBs sen-
! n,..l .baa Aiwa,-. A.l tn a.Vrl ir.
?J"o'ir Drugs. We aim to k(p nothi-a;
aV -th.fc.a inf..lm Prw., i nt in u rnf r.li
iPSfin a aafa and earefrl manner, e
fr-wo-Ud be glad to have some of j-vt