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THE. ; CONSERVATIVE.
FRIDAY, ..... Feb. 3 IS?1.
The LALIS3 of tho Presbyterian
Church will hold a Festival, on the eve
ning of St Valentine' Day,
FEBRUARY HTH, 1S71,
et' ltOHRTS" ITALL, in McConnels
Ville, for the purpdse of raising luuds
' to be applied to the liquidation of some
old debt against the Church. Every
body Ja invited. . .
Meeting on Last Saturday.
The Rail oad Meeting, bold in
Town ,Uall last " Saturday, u lar Jeiy
attended, -considering the inclement
weather wluch made it exceedingly di
airreeable for 'our farmers to come
twu . The proceedings Were a-'ofitas
-J.T.Cietr was chosen Chairman, and
Atthttr Forid. Secretary. A committee
of three, consisting of E. if. Stanbery
lioses M'Daniol, and . L. Ball, was
appointed to con Or with the President
atiij T;rectors of the Dayton A Miner
al Region Rail Road, and ascertain on
whit conditions it conld be made
extend through Morgan county. A
County-Committee was also appointed,
composed or Executive and Advisory
members, and conaiata as follows i-. .
.IZxtcuiive. ' "VTorley Adams, K. Ws
Wood, C L. Barker, W. W. McCarty,
lleaeon 5. Bozraan, F. B. Pcad, G. L.
Comer, and C. Ik UalL
' 'AvUory -James J. ' Huffman, of
Bloom p f W. II. Cool, Bristol ; John
Iearth. CenteT f Alex. Finley, Deer
field VDivTt Moodr, Homer j Fleming
Crew,' Xlanon J " Samud II. Phippe,
' , - . V- w' -1
Ci Cheadle and A. J, llosom, Windsor;
and. James M.: Rogers, Malta
This was made a atanding Bail
Road Committee :pf the County, m-
owered to call puluid meetings at any
time, to ascertain the sentiment of the
people relative toL Hail Boals, and to
confer or coirecpond wkh any of the
great E. It. Companies of the country
relative to Rail Road matters. It will
meet iu the Town I fall cf HcCunnels-
villC, on Saturday, lith iust., and it is
hoped that every member will bepres
eirt.- Dariug the course of the nieet
iag.speeches were made by diners per
sons, all evincing a real,- heartfelt de
eire for a ' Rail .Road. Hon. Wra. P.
Spragn ma(S public the condition of
tho South wt-stern Rail Read" project,1
aering that while it -was the most de
sirable route for a road running thro
Morgan county, its Charter had ex-j-ired
last r-'pring. - ' - .... .
Judge cod was called on for some
reiuark", sn-3 he responded by present
ting some ralient facts, one of which
was that it took money, as well as talk,
to build a Rail - Road, and, therefore,
that, if the people of tlprganeounty
want a Rail Road, they will have to
come forward with a porfion of the
funds, at 1 ;ast.
Tho eiEcial report of tho meeting,
not having been handed us until yes
terday morning, at about 10 o'clock,
cuae in too late for publication.
' TBS WAT TO GT A BAIL So AO.
Thii the 'people of Morgan county
deirc a Rail Bond, we have not the
slightest doubt, and we think, also,
that they would be willing to take a
considerable amount, of stock in one,
if, by so denng, one could be secured
The trouble teems to be that no one
knows how . to go Shout the matter in
an efficient" way. Wo have the following
plan to propose, and we hope it will be
considered br the County Committee,
at its meetiug on the' 11th day of Feb
. LeL"tLe"County Committee draw up
a aupscriplion pr.per, provisioned that
the subscribers obligate themselves to
take stock, in ' amount corresponding
with their individual subscriptions, in
tho first Bail Road that any Company
may run through Morgan county, ma
king McConnelsville a point, said stock
to be taken, and the money to be paid
for the same, when the cars are run
ning through Morgan county, and then
let this paper be circulated throughout
the Count?, and let it be ascertained
wnsi scraoni me yewjuou. unu;
will subscribe, to such a paper, and
then let it be published to the world
as the amount we are willing to ptf to
ward building a Bail Boad.
It strikes us that such a course Would
be the best possible for us to adopt.
la ojrr belief, a sufficient amount woald
be subscribed to such a paper to induce
any Company, that contemplates buil
ding a Road through this portion of the
State, Co place Morgan county on their
line, and there"; rs' n(T dotrbt but that
some such Ruadsaro in coa temptation.
Saying nothing about the Day fon &
Mineral Region Road, the Pennsylva
nia Central is now casting about for
theshortest route from Pittsburgh to
New Orleans, and as Morgan county is
very -bearly on that line, if not quite, a
liberal o3r on the part of our citizens
m!gb.-t induce its President and Direct
ors to look this way. Also, a Road up
and down the river is talked of by some
of the prominent men of Zanesville;
and, may be, of the people of Morgan
would, ia ioms s-j'bh way as thi, show
some earnestness in the matter, they
woujd carry out the scheme. However
this plan may be Tiewed, one thing- ir
certain, and that is that the people of
Morgan; county will never get a Rail
Boad by waiting for some Corporation
to -coma here and humbly- aakthepriv-ilege-of
building one for us. . We must
put ouD'ora shoulders to the wheel.
Wx'wati to make the CoksikVa"
titi the- best local paper ia Ohio.
Will our friends help us by sesvding
us in. tho news T
" :ALX Clergyuen and Justices of
tlus Peace are hereby notified that
we make no charge for publishing '
carriage notices. Obituary nonces, ififr
not raakinir over five lines, nre also ;
puiljlied free - -
Te Morgan Couirty Undge or I; O.
T. meeU to-day in CeeieVflaliL -; j
- Bos. Cyhil Hawkins haf our thanks
for the "Reports on the Paris Exposi
tion, in six volume. .;
Senator Thcumah's frequent tnemen.
toes of regard, in the shape bf Public
Document are truly appreciated. . -
io cniKoi ia our tiuina margels since
last weric! ; On Monday,- go d closed
New York at 111 i-ib. Hags are
the r ia the Fssten Market, aod Mess
Pork is quoted in demand at $23." ;
TvrHom Frvsa is reported to be rag
ing la anesville. tight deaths
said to have occurred there from it last
Sttv. H. CcoPEa has returned
from bis tnp to Pennsylvania. The
regular service will bo held in the
Prtasby Uriaa Church, on next Sab
bath. Eiv. "W. AL Grimes will preach
in the Froabyterian Church, oi this
place, morning and evening, one
wcok from next Sunday, the 12ih
iDstani. - - -
Thi "Trana-Atlantio Uaeranne,"
for Pehrnary , L. E. Hamersly k Co.,
of Philadelphia: publishers, is re
ceived. No ono who likes a raallv
first class Monthly should be with-1
.Thb Industrial Press, a Monthly
Publication devoted to Mechanic,
Inventors, and Patents, published.
by .Knight Brctuers. Cmoinnaf, O
is well worth one dollar a year, its
subscription pneo to single subvert
Den. ; .
Tit 'Daily Pittsburgh Dispatoh
can be received hero by mail the
day after it is published. We re-
com men a it as tne oeei paper puo
"Th American Artisan, a Weekly
Journal of Arts, Mechanics, Menu
factnres, Engraving, Chemistry, In
ventions & Patents, Brown, Coombs
& Co., publishers, 189 Broadway,
New York, is received. Itisafirat
Jam as M. Gatlosd was re-elected Jus
tice of the Peac'e on last Saturday, re
ceiving 130 votes out of 131. Some ar
dent GaylorJist, f cut'ihg his favorite
might be defeated notwithstanding he
had no opposition, cast three bal'ots
for J. V.. all neatly folded together.
Clarence Irrick reoeived one vote. .-
Died. Erastus Butchins, a native of
Iew lork State, a soldier of the war
1 812, and for many years a citizen of
McConnelsville, died at his hJme in
this place oa Friday evening last, in
his 7Sth rear. The deceased leaves a
widow now in her 60th year, and also
three grown up children by a former
wife. - - -
I a . , r . . -.l
jScnooU, furr.ishes the Herald With
a School itoport for 1870. We have
signified our willingness, time and
sgain, to publish all such matter
tree of charge, and we should think
parties desiring to inform the pub-,
lio relative to ent h things, would
seiid a copy to each paper. '
JIeauth and Hons, publishod
by Orsnge Judd & Co., 245 Bread
way, New York, keeps np its wont
ed m tares t, and retains its position
as a first clsss family publication.
An extra is issued with each num
ber giving the latest news of all
kinds from ail parts of the world,
and a'sD the latest market reports'.
Exv. C, W. Cocrtrigiit's sermon,
delivered in the Presbyterian
Cburcb of this place, on last Kab
bath evening, was considered a 'rich
foast of the soul by the large andi
tnce present. II o based his remarks
on that portion of the Scriptures
found from the 13th to the ISth ver
ses trclusivu, of the 3rd chapter of
Komana, and most beautifully and
effectually did he portray what man
must have been before the fall, ar
guingfrom tho great ruin caused
thereby. It was such a sermon as
will never bo lorgottea by acy who
Fatal AcciiVx?. EJ. M Kennc
cV tells us of a fatal accident that
occurred about two miles east of
Deavertown, last Saturday. - Three
brothers, mamed Mast, started oat
hunting, la descending a bill, the
r nun treat brother. . who waacarrv.
a oaxJe4 ,bOt CU11, began Slipp
- j C.1J 0nt to his brothers
forward of bun to catch him. The
one nearest bim doneso, but instead
of stopping him, also slipped, and
both descended to whero the oldest
brother was, when the shot gun
canirbt against something and was
ST 1 I AL. 1 J . :
uiasnargeu, vue irou cuvoriug iue
oldest Drotner a siae, ana causing
hie death shortly after. The de
ceased was about, twenty .four years
So fas, we bate not heard of any
candidates for School Directors of this
district, the election ef two' of which
is to come off to morrow. We under
stand that while the old incumbents,
Hon. F. W. wood and John Eoone
are not desirous of a re-election', and
while thev woald rather others would
be selected to assume the responsibili
ties of these positions, that, yet, they
will not refuse tar" serve if the people
want til em to. As it would be inipoa
sible for better men than these to- be
chosen fur these positions, we suggest
that there be but one ticket in the
field, and that that ticket be as fol
lows :- -
For School' Director?,
F. W. WOOD,
srQwa np djUdron. He led an
upn;ht lif o; and died honored and
respected by al! who knew hirrii
Pud: John White, ofUnion tpl,
diod on Wednesday of last week, of
apoplexy, aged about 56'3'ear8.
The deceased came to this Coun
from Lancaster county, Penna.,
about tho yi-ar 18S9r and settled on
Woif Creek, where nov. stands tho
mill known as White's Mill, and re
mained thre until three or xour
years ago; when he removed to his
recent home. He was taken with
apoplexy about three or four o'
clock? of the morning of the day of
his death, and died about noon.
lie was the third child of a family
fourteen children; and the first
one to die. 1X9 jeavss a widow and
Kclectio Medical College of Cincinnati
Rev. L. P. McKtrasAS writes us that
he will be in Stockport on Thursday
n-tw,.v rA k. k :ii
lectures at Thomas' Hall, at half-past
ihtcu, iu us eTcninn, on wis iynuw-
ing subjects j The Marks of the True
Caurcu of Christ Sacramental Con-'
fession; The Real Presence of Christ
in the Saerament of the Altar. Also,
he will be in McConnfelsville ob San-
day, the 12th; and at the Meigs' Creek
Church on the 14th. ' .... . -
ZAwrsvTLLB has had another shooting
aflVay. Charles Da Pugh, a saloon keep
er, tit that city, was shot by Joanna
Uutcalt, one night - last week, while at
tempting to make a lorcioie entrance
into said Joauna s bagnio. DePugh's
life is despaired of.. -
Later intelligence that tho above
sajsthau Joaunu Oiftcalt has had
her trial ' before a Justice of the
Peace, and that she was discharged
on the ground that, ia shooting De
Pagh, sue was acting in SeiKde
fence. It seems thai DePugh had
CoMruHEKTABT.- Dr. True's card Trill
be found in another column. In in
troducing the Doctor to the citiaons of
McConnelsville and vicinity, we copy
the following notice, taken from the
columns of tho Athens Mcttcngcr of hut
"Dr. H. L. True coes to McConnels
ville to engage in the practice of his
ile is a graduate 01 tne
is a clever gentleman, and one well
versed in the details of Medicine and
Surgery. W e bespeak for him, in his
new homo that success which his merit
deserves. The people of MoConnels-
villa have secured a good citizen, while
Athens has lost a wortny ana most ex
emplary young man.
Also, Professor WeetLee, of ML Au
burn College, ssys
"I take pleasure in introducing to
the public Dr. Hiram L. True, a gradu
ate of the Fhysio Medical College, o
Cincinnati, and also of tne Eclectic
Medical Institute, of the same place.
He is a gentleman of good habits, clear
mind, well versed in all the branches
connected with his profession ; and, as
far as bis experience has allowed us to
judge, no is very successful in his prac
Under the head of "Temperance,
the Herald, of last week, publishes
an article from the Uhlo Estate Jour
nal, which it endorsee as "sensible,"
and which strikes at the Prohibi
tion movement by asserting that tt
is impossible to eniorce the present
iquor laws of this State, and ar
gnos thereupon that it is useless to
"clamor" for more stringent laws.
We had thought that such reason
ing as this had long ago been aban
doned by the friends of the Liquor
Traffic, and hardly thought that
journals claiming respectability
wofild resott to it in any emergen
cy. But, depravity, like necessity.
knows no laws, atd cannot be made
to re6pct eTeu the most palpable of
Why is it that 6Cr present Li
quor Laws caunot be enforced ?
Every reasoning man in an j com
mumty, who has the slightest
kuowlcdge of our reigning politic
al system, can answer this question
if he will bo honest. It is because
both of the old political parties are
bound down, hand and foot, by the
Whisky Kings of the country. It
is because our officers are all pledg
ed in the interest of the Whisky
Kings. Here in Morgan county we
have this matter exemplified. Let
two men be arrested and taken to
the Court House, both eh urged with
violating the Laws of Ohio, one by
stealing horses and the other by
retailing liquor to be drank where
sold, and notice the difference in
the treatment of these men by the
County officiuls that crowd around
them. ' Both are charged and be
lieved to be guilty of willfully and
knowingly violating the Laws ol
Ohio, and yet we'll venturo that
there is not an official in this coun
ty but what wonld treat the horse
thief as a criminal and the liquor
vendor as a gentleman. Why this
difference in the treatment of these
men 7 . The answet is apparent.
One is without political influence,
and the other is able to control
twenty-five or thirty votes at a
This influence of the Liquor Yen-
dor at Primary Meetings and at
elections is the cacse of our Liquor
Laws not being enforced. Eepab-
lcana and Democrats, even those
who pretend to be temperance men,
and who are temperance men at
heart, cater to this Whisky influ
ence for a fow roles, and when elec
ted, instead of obeying the voice of
conscience, and iustead of carrying
out their oaths of office, they con
tinue their catering in tte Lope
that thereby they will strengthen
their party, and secure to them
selves a re-election, in this way a
misorabiy small portion of oar bo
dy politic controls the whole of our
maehinery of Government in the
nterest of their detectable business.
thereby overriding law and the best
interests ot societv. -
The Prohibition party, recognis
ing the fact that our laws are to be
enforced by oar officials elected and
Sworn to dry so; bas no affiliation
whatever with the liquor vendors,
and cannot bo corrupted by their
political influence. Standing on a
platform-of principles, every word
of which is a terror to liquor vend,
ors, its' candidates, of course, will
not receive any of the Whisky
voies, and, consoquontly, - when
elocted, a Prohibition officer will
not hesitate to' d6 his duty in en
forcing our present laws. In truth,
the only hopes wo have of enforc
ing oar present laws is through officers-tc
be elected by the Prohibi
The. Prohibition parly is commit
ted not only to the final uprooting
the Whisky Traffic entire ; bat,
also, to the enforcement of the pro.
sent laws Whenever and wborcver
gets into power.- ,
; J. Edouasd Laboulate, the eminent
of p..,v , :t ,;.. v .-.a,;,.,,
, ench wiiUr on American history
nd institutions, writing from Gruchet
: w muu w .cn
city, complains bitterly of the severi-
ties ot war, and says :
"Mark that in France one hears al.
ways of Prussia and never of Germany.
The reason is that there is no ill-will
against Germany in France. We wo'd
have cordially welcomed the Ameri
can federative union of Germany.
What we oppose ia Prussian despotism
Prussian arrogance the greed and
cupidity of these new Macedonians.
We may succumb, the thing is possible;
but when we have fallen England will
feel that she is nothing any longer oil
the Continent ; Austria and Italy will
be slaves, and European civilization
will suffer an eolipse more formidable
than under the reign of Napoleon the
a."How is this for LOW V Bojs'
boots for $1 25. ' Robbers for 25 teuui.
and upwards, at STOXK'8.
Talentlnest Valentines if
Choice Comic and Sentimental
VALENTINES, for Cupid's benefit,
now at Adair's Book Store. -
Z rjominj aod B jaos, dritd Apple
sod Peaches, at Stone's,
.Picture Frames Made to
Order. Large lot o! SiG I LT
andltueewood Molilimrs jut necived.
II. B. V'NCKNT BRO.
1t. Furs ! Furs ! Fare! -Iatendinp to
close oat our FURS for the st-asou, weof
let them at a sctiflce. Utest bargains !
By the sett or single piece from 91 50 to
Wii, at stone a.-
S. a.vvau .aruvwa
ES. riAII. J3KUSHES, ULOTHS URC8H-
its, t-uiiiu. anu tout oi oiuer troous,
at ADAIR'S Book Store.
BA. Fur cheap and substantia! under
clothing of all grades, call at Stone' .
SSUCents' spirals, with Diamond-
JXnDy, and bmerald Srtlinfr.
U. 13. VI.NCIfi.NT 4 EltU.
tS9I)r. Dnacsrs Kipectorant tff'ctntl-
ly cures coughs aod co'ds. I h irt j years tri
al has proved it beyond a doubt, tiold (in
ly at Stone's.
SExcelleni and cheap Razors,
ItAZOR bTROrS, bOAVIN'O 15RU8HES,
Soap, to., kept at ADAIR'S Book
store. Oo and see them.
BA. Babbers, SaDdles Iffii'tatioQ aod
Arctics at Mooes.. :
l3SoIld Gold Kings, of oar own
manufacture, weighing from one to twelve
11. B. l.N UtST liliO.
Fresh tea and Coflce expected eve
ry day al tslone a.
S2yThe best and cheapest Stiil
Vine, Ink, Writinq Papxr, Envii.-
orcs, andLiAD Pencils, are kepi at
AUAUt a uook store.
tft. One. sett only of thopo German
Fitch Furos, worth 25, lift, which wt of
fer very cheap at Monc .
Tribane Altuauac for 1ST1.
A small stock of this excellent
Almanac, containing tne largest a-
icount and most correct statistical
icformation of any worK of the kind
published, now for sale at ADAIR'S
Book Store. ;
Wetei proofs ! We have now on
hands some ol the Soest styles of Water
proofs in the market. Come aod g?e them.
We are offering thef-e and all oilier kinds ol
winter roods al reduced prices. Call at
II. L. TUTJE,
Physician & Surgeon,
Treats all forms of acute and chrourc
disease, ou new and improved principles'.
Calls urompiiy attended to, and chorees
reasoiiuble. UFFICK : Next door to the
Adams House, on Center street, where he
will be found when not proft s-ioimlty engag
ed, f Feb. 3d, 1871.
Kotice is berebv civan that a petitien
will be presented to the Commissioner's oT j
Morgan county, at tneir next session in
March, A. !.. 1871, prayinr for the vaca
ot a part or county road on tne follow
ing line to-wit Beginning in the center of
tne saia oia county roaa at a oik" rate on
land of James wing in Union township ;
thence to themouih of Eli Kensrd's lane in
Penn township, with the exception ol that
part ef said road lying between the south.
east corner of the land owned by Joseph
Parsons and the northwest corner of tne
land owned by Joseph Hoopes in Marion
township. - Wist Petitiohixs.
Feb. S, 1871 aw. ,
Kotice is hereby riven that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioners of
Morgan county, at their next session in
March, A. D., 1871, praying for the location
snd establishment of a county road ou the
following line, towit : Beginning at the
foot of the hill on land of Joseph Hoopes in
Mari.m towuship, in the renter of the road
leading from Pen&sville to Elliott's Cross
Roads, at or near a big gat on said Hoopes'
farm : thence running up Hoopes' run (so
called) to the forks of said run ; thence run
ning a northwesterly course np U est
branch of said run t? the west line cf said
Hoopes' land : thence northerly on the line
beetween lands of said Hoopes' and William
Elliott to the old county road ; thanes run
ning through land of William Strode to a
lane a little east of said Strode 's barn ;
thence running with said lane a niece and
then bearing a northwesterly course until
intersects the Athens Grade Road near
line between Penn and Union town
ships, on land of tne heirs of James II u ta
ins!. Misr Pstitioxkxs.
Feb. 1, 1871 4ir.
Harry vs. Harry et al.
Thomas F. Harry and the nnknown heirs
John Harry deceased whoa place of res
ilience ia unknown, and Benjamin F. Harry
whs resides in the county of Vernon in
tat of Wisconsin, will take notice that
William T. Harry of the county of Morgan
the State of Ohio, did on the 18th day ol
December,' A. J. 1870, file his petition in
Court oi Common Pleas within and for
County of Morgan in said State of Ohio,
sgainst the said Thomas F. Harry and Ben
jamin F. Harry and many other,' setting
lorth that said plaintiff in tenant i s com
mon with' the said Thomas F. Harry and
Benjamin F. Harry and others, and that he
seized ic fee simple of the undivided one
tenth l-lt part of the following described-
remises to-wit : Situate in said county oi
organ and State of Ohio, and' being twenty-four
it) acres includiag tte School
House Lot off the North and of the following
premises: the North West part of the Sorth
West Quarter of Section thirty-lour 3i
lownsnip e'pui uarge tcirteea llJ,
containing' forty-five H acres mora or
and praying that partition may be
made of said premises. and tho said Thom
as F. Harry aud Benjamin F. Harry and
unknown heirs of John Harry deceased,
hereby notified that they are required
appear and answer ssid petition on or
Deiore tne third Batardav alter the lUth
of ilarch, A 0., 1871.
Feb. 3, 'il-S i J. T. CREW, AU'r.
W arner's Pile Remedy has nev
er faiied (uot eves in one cae) to cure the
very worst css of Blind Itchin; or bleed
ing Pile. Those who aid sffl e'cdihen'd
immediately call 03 tbeir drnist and gel
itj (or it will, witii lie 81 si application, iu
stsniiy stfxd complete relief, sue! a Taw fol
lowiog piHicsticns are ol!v rrqaire-1 to
tffftct a peTmueM core without sry trouble
or iucoavcuiencs in iu nsa.
Warner's Pile Remedy is sxprtsly lor
tb Pilei, and i not rscuxinended to cure
soy otaer disease. It has carta msry eas
ed of o'r'er thirty years stdiidiog. Price Cue
Ut'l.ar. t or sa-s by drueeisis ererf where.
o 1 v e i
I Warner Disiepsia Tonic i
j prepared express!? iir Di.pepticn m.id those
Isufkriujf from weak Derve wilh Labitun!
coiisiipatioii. Ttir.e are very few who hxvt
rut employed phtsiciaos fur years to rente-
wliaL this nrmtaratinn will An in .
y r -. - ' ... . . . .
meeks. by stunglliruing the nerves enricli-
Off e ciroa aiion, res'.orinR digei iu. (fi-
ring strength raeoially nd physicallr; sna
blinir those who mv hve trv a cor.fi n;d Tor
years to iheir ruoms us invalids to k-mn re-,
same their occupations and all l' uutirsol
life. Oue trinl is til ak to ecanla this
rsrnrdy to reci'kin:cJ m!f to the mot
ikcptical. It U a s'ihtly aliuiu!i'.ui; toii
!e and a splsadid apprlicer, it strengthens
the etnmacli and res lor e the irenKrative or
irens and Jigrstion to amoral healliiy Ht4'.
Weak, uervout nd dispeptic peis i-ss!io'd
Qe Waruei's Dispepsia Tonic. Fur sale
by dro;rrts. Price Oite I'ollar.
II II I' i i ' up iiu'ism sin om ii phi iiihh
C o u p h JN" o !M ore.
I mV w A W? a rJI tT I SI la lalfl Ski iat
beating, solicuitig. acd i-xpMlOraling. lie
ezuaordiuary power n possetm ia ini me
diately relieving, and rvemually curing the
most obstinate cases of Con; lis Ooide and
Sore Throat, Brucchitii lnff i-ii. Cat
arrh, llourrtiiusi, Asthuia, and Consump
tion, is almost incrediiK t'o prompt ii the
relief and certain its tSVcls. iu all the fore-
eoice cases, or in any afLc'.ion of the lunire ,
that tboui-aud.1 ol physicians art daily pre.
scribing it, aud one au all say that it is the
most healiug acd xpec!ortirjr medicine
known. Oife Jose always fl rd ralii-f, and
iumotcaws one bottle tff-e's a curr.
Sold by all drggiftSj in large botllcs.
Price 0:ie flollar. ll is your own fau't if
yon s'.iil cough and eufJjr. 1 he Balsam will
Wi n eofLif e-I
Tellium It a: or Vlae ol Lile,
toe most delicious beverage and tonic stim
ulant bow before the world. It is Sfpli-o-
ded appetizer, free from all poisononsdnig'
or imparities, and Is prepared lor those re
quiring a pleasant stimulant that wilibiace
up ib.eirvi, give tine to the whole sys
tem, aid, eonwqaenHv, renew lifr. It is far
so seiior to Brandy, tVhisky, Wine, Bitt
ers, or any o'hor article ev.r ofTored to the
public, lor both dim aod female, youae or
old, may take the ine o( Lilt-. It is, id
fact, a life preserver. Those who wirh !o
enjoy good health and a free flow of lively
spirits will do well to take - the Wine of
l.i le. It u d.B'reut Irora anything ever br-
fore ia oe. and is fold by dniJTirisls every-
'lieie. Price Ote Dollar, in q-tart bot
Ill in in e ri a gogue.
narneri Emmeuacoirue is
t'ie only article known to care the Whiter
(it will care in every .casr). Where is the
famny in which this important mtdicioe is
not wanted 7 Mothers, tl.u is the eruatest
bless' rif ever nflercd to yoa, sad yoaslio'd
immediately procure H. Il is a. bo a sure
care for Female Irregulariirs, aud may be
depeudeJ upon in every case where the
monthly flow has born (detracted through
cold or disease. SoldbTUiugg.st?. Fries
Feb. 31, 1S71 -ly.
til sim;ss cards.
J- B. HANA'A. En. M. IiXZOT.
H ANNA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'S AND' COUNSELLORS
On Center Street, near the Public Square,
M'CCXNNE Lb VILLE, OIIIO.
rSpecia attention given to Collections.
W.IL KELLY, 1VI. D.
May be found at hi office on
THE SOVTU-WEST COUA'EU
At all times, when not absent on Frufess
Sept 24, l?C3-lf
IT. C. TStESIZE
asks the public to call and examine his
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am-
brotvpej, Geina, Jcc, Ac, which cannot be
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected at-
rau'ementa s-nereoy any one can be ac
committed with the fiucat of Oil Pain'.in?s
and pictures of India Iuk Work, itoonis
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, il'Conneliville,
TIIS SPLCSDID SIEIJES
IUbtcT Darlixgtos, CapUin,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesviile aud Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesviile at S o'clock.
on Tuesday mornings; am!, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
August 19th, 1873 3m
That' JOIIW. RTAX is the BEST
COBREER ever in McCO.tELS-
Ha las constantly an hand a good assort
ment of Fine and Slog ia Eoota, of his own
manufacture,' which ha ia offering. at the
lowest CASH rate. Give him a call at bis
establishmsnt "n Xorth-waat corner of Pub- i
square, McConnelsville. Ohio.
Shfci lU"'s Sale on ."Mortgage.
Administrator rf Arthur Tsfgsrt vs.
Carter, et si.
By virtue of an Order to Bell, aod to
directed from the Court of Common
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above
arlioc, I will offtr for sale, at public
auction, tt the doer of lUe Court House;
McConnelsvilie, in a;d couutr, oa
WcducHday, be 22nd Cay
February, A.D., IS71,
alona O'clock, P. M., rf paid day, t'Jn
lowing aoarrrea renl eatsU, i.U'ale
Wiuutor townsLin, iu the county ot Mor-
gin, and Stato ol Ohio, to-wit: One huud-
red and seventy acre lot, number lloa.
section nuuiocr tmrly (30), loumui)- oijhl
(8),of range eleven (11), xcpiiu? iwuutv
acres couveyed o Alexander V.i !,-
Jamei Ciiricr, aud deacrihed as follows,
liiijinninK at ihe iorth-west corner
of said lot, theuce uat to the second tail
stake on the Windsor road, theuce South
the South line ol' aaid lot, thruce runi.ise
North to the li'orth-ceal coma, of said
to the place of b'-giiiuiug. 6woiid, alo
smnter 95.in Mifelst number 24. iu town
ship eight (S), of range eh:eu (11), cou-j
taming one hundred acre. Third, a.r
iwemy one aoreaana forty. lire hun.lr.H'i
: in acre, btiinjc a part ul lot uuiulier 1110
: tofruship e'.jLt aud riiuj;e eleven (!1).
I rnnnn ai.n i.vnntv.nv. ....... .. .
: leai, in n.l nuiiiber S6, in towiish-o ei;!it
1 (?N :;d ranyo eeren (II) ! of whk-h
jaim it :a i:ie uu-.o Lon.pjur s jiurcse.
Appraised at Sil.OrtU. Irnu,'rth.
A. t. UKHSi.&, fcher.il of M. C, O.
.lon.f E. Iiii-n, Attorney.
January J:), 1J71 iw.
k'nvvlil'H Side ou .norlgti-rr.
John Hoyt v. Fajiii I. Medier. liatlhcw
MaCall, tt. al. "
By virtue of auordrr to sell, and .
directed, from the Court ol -oiiioiou l'itaa
I'Alorgaq County, Ohio, in tha aLure eri
titld atition, I will oder for a alt at pail:c
auction, al the door of the Court Hume
McConnalrvill in said county of Morgan.
Ou iMonduy, ihe I3(h day
teoaary. t. L ,
at one cVlock, 1". M., of aai.t day,
following real citato situate iu said county
of Mnrg n and State ef Ohio, to -wit :
Being a r'art of frartion&f section number
thre (3) Township number nine (S) Range
number twelve ( 12) aud boundodas followa:
Uepinning at the So'iihweH corner of naid
fractional e-tioD, thence running with the
South bnuuJary line thereof East 151.83
poU-s to i;:e corner et John llenry's lot,
thence rnniiijrwiih iaiil Heurr'a lif.e ?T150
at C7 5S iwles to a atone, thani-a
to the East beundarv Iin of ai,l
frarticnal section, thence rniininr. Vnrih
3-3i Poles to a atoua and corner of the Jo
aiah Ward lot, thenceruncing with siid
Ward's Hneand line of William Saltkeid'a
West ISO. fin poles to a stone on the West
boundary line of said Section, theuce ruu
uin with said West line fcd.52 poW to the
place of begiuiing, containing SS O-100
acme, he tiiesamoiuore or leu. Appraised
at 52S00. Terms cash.
A. D. SfJofM. C. 0.
John E. ilanpn, Atty.
Jau- ISth, 181 1 Sw.
M XSCE LL, IX EOl S.
MI LL I NEK Y
. Ii. II ALL,
VIiolcSale aud Retail
BE EE STREET,
r, BUSINESS PONE ON A
STKICI LY CASH SYSTEM lra
Kov. 11 1870-tf.
AT I1.1EF PRICE.
Genuine 13 Carat Uo'.d Hauline csaed
Watches lieuts' aod Ladies' Sizes, regn
atrd anl warranted for lime and wear, Iat
bn'.f the osual p-i-.-e, only 25 each.
The hxtra t ine Unalily, 18 C'jrat sold.
Engine Turned, Hunting CaMjd, 1'ull Jew
eled Lever Muveu;ehU, perfectly a.li-nlcj
to all climates, legoUted, and tach warran
ted by special ceriifl.-ate, at olIv
The Sam 3, of Finer an J hieher grado.
with Chrouometor Balance, at $35 each.
TUe MDif. at Lasi, wuh fine Nickel
WorUs, and S om-wiu'liiis; and Setting At-
tacLmotit, rcquirine no key, wouiidaudsst
by the sum, ooly SMO each.
All the above Watches are pet at ball
price, and each warrsatei (0r tlaie tc
Cased 'Jt-nU' aud
Fare S.lver, Hun'iuif
Ladies', at only $1"2
Coin S.lver, Flintins
LWi), F-iil JtfWtltd Lever, at ouiy $tt
Extra Fine Q lality, Fa ent Levers .
Ciirobomc-ier VovcUiKul?, Uutiy Jcnoltd.at
only 9ZKt each.
Our V.'afrlms are all warranted, and
not perfect will Le Ukcu back and lie
BtsLvre require no tn-'ney in alvaae,
but ieiid all goods by Kxpre-s, payable on
delivery, wuh privilege to open aii-1 nain
ius before paid fur, by paying Exprvsn
c'args, auti il not satislaeUiry, returned.
P. acts where oo Kxpre-s run, rooJs will
sjnt by mail, in regUteied package, by
sending in advance.
t-IVrsu&s ordering S'x Watt-he at a
lim'-, wiil receive ao eitru Wa'ch ef same
Also, Ud Chains Hut's J. a! S3 83 to
$12 ; Ladies' at $10, 12 to f 15 each
The fiue-t UM Plated and Oroide Hoi
Chains al $t. Si, SS to Si each.
Stue description and price of 7atcb re
Oiired, and o dfr by muil dneot Irnm
1 UK L.N IU WATIJII CO..
143 Fulton Slrett, Xew York.
Jan. 6, ld"l 3mo.
UOT EOST, U(W KEs lOHEO.
ft?Z "ts,-' ut ou'lished, a new edition
Us- 1)r- Culverweii's Celebrated
J . Essay on the Radical Cure
(without medicine)of Spermatorrb'ta or Se
minal Vcakness, lnvoiuatary Scniinai Los-
lnipotency, .Mental ana raysical Inca-
pltcit, Impodimeiits to A.orr:ago, etc.; also,
ronsirnpt-on. Epilepsy, md Fit , induced
self-indulgence orsrx'jal extra vagauce.
'fir Price, in a sealed cnyelupe, euly six
The celebrated author, in tis art:irablo
essay, ckarly deiuunstratcs, from a thirty
rsjrs' successful practice, that the alarm
lug fcascrjieceee of stlf-ahuse may be rad
ically cured without the dangerous use of
internal medicine or the application of the
knife; puintiug out a cv.de of cure at once
simple, certain, and ellectual, by menus ef
which every suiTorer, no- matter whnt his
ccDdition may be, Tuar cure himself cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
This Lecture shoo'i be ia the hands
every youth snd every man iu the l.-.nd.
6eut on tcr seal, iu a plain enrelnp, to
any ad Iress, postjaid, on receiptor 6 recta
two postace stamps.
Also, Dr. i uI vermeil's Marriage Guide
price 2j cent
Ad Iress ih Publishers,
( has. j. t'. lillue A. i n .
IT riir-rr Kc-r Vii, r. 0. U- il-"
UOOk BAKU'S COLl'.VI.V
Al mankind, from Ir.T!acrction or other ointe. ha
been rioomd to wiflcr from dUcnt. to .1)90 b-ts iwd
dr for .litvuM toeu provided. Our ItilU ivitd vallts
aN tinti with roots acd ber'w, wliklj if scieutifttuir
prpard and cotaoamli'i. will rMtor fceahti ana
ljfor lo the iovnlid. TualudsacfaareiifwaaaoaU
weli on ihMl hx siood (be teat ol a?c.
Oi l I
Ssrs Cra fcr Li7r Coajloiii,
Sure Cure Jbr ryspsjrla,
Sars Cart ftr le'ailitr,
: Sara Cure ts Jaaadics,
Sure Care for ItiranaM,
And ail aJTmions arisln; from weaknsss or waat of
actiuu in the Liver ur Cjesuvs O.-jsiu. The graat
ndsU disease arising from it. Tliesroat prerent-
"f ' FEVER AND AGUE.
It li an fmpomthflity for any -ne to hare Fever and
Anne. If Hauy will uso a few bottles of this rawed
each spring aud tiui. .
$100 $100 $100
WIS ba siren for any case of tliis disease that occurs
to any una that BH Uie Hitters ec Tonic aa a pce-
Tboiw wo fiAT tho Foer iud An And. after
thacliille have atoppdf that by aniti-j a few buttieaol
Uw Uiiteraor Tuu.c, uiat taoditwaaw t, cot ruiarn.
Tbete remsito? will rebuiU UieirCoiiaUliiiioa tuier
lhan any otbrr kawu rerard?.
Tbe rssmediea nra placet, before tha pablic thirty
ywrs aa, with ail the prejudices of to-caued paiu(
mwiiciua' operating agaiuot tbcru. bcrt gr&dia!y tbtlr
virtues TecaiTi known, aadnow, to-day. tbeyitaud at
tn bi of ail preparations of their clus. with th
Indorsement of oiu.ueul jadgca, lawyars, clej mea
KMd Uie followfnj trmptoma, and if yon find that
your 9yieai ie aiTtcd by any of them. ytu may rest
ananred that disease haa commenced Its attack on tb
nost importaui organ of your body, and nuioaa soon
Chacaiad by tn oe of powerful rrmeUje. a misermJla
Ufa, aooa leriaiiuaUii in deaiU.wlll ba Iba raauit.
ward l'iie. Fuluess
er Blood to tlie Haul, Aci
dity of the Stonueh, Nansea,
Beartb-ira. Distract for Food, Fr.i
ness or Weight lu the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, rimkiniror Fluttering a the
. Tit of the scmuach. Swimmic? of the Head,
Carried or Difficult Uranium, Fluttarius; at tbe
BiArt, Chopin? or SutT'icutiu ser.&a-.lotis when la
a Ivinjf pot-tun". Dimness of Viiuu, Dnta or
Wcos bciure tae ii:gut, UiiU'Psin ia Ui Ueatt,
Dcflcieucy uf Pyivimtioa, Ve'l-ivno)s i(
ttaHaiaand Kres. Paiu ia ih Mue,
back, t'best. l.nah, etc. Sudden
Fiuiiie-i of Ueat, Buruiiijf ia
. tie Flesh, Constant lu-aj-lniiiy
of BtIL, aud
AS Indicate disease ot tbe Lirar or D-testtre O.-rans,
Coulnaed witli Impure bljud.
iTmnrm ff a tsn
Is entlsely Tufwble. and contains no liqaor.
It Is a
coinp.iQiiJ uf t lia-.l Eitracts. 1 be Hiw, llerDa sua
itk& rrimi trnicn w.-.-e ei-.rs ts sre puum, are gnio
red in itrmatiy ; ail the n:tiiciDi viriues m
tractd l.-n 'i ttiJra by a scieutinc chemist. Tbese ex
tracts are hrn forwanltd to this country to lw nstfd
iprenly for the manufacture of this Bi:ien. I'bcre
U 120 sicohoiic fuhiaiice of any kind iiMid lu com-pom-iing
the itinera: licr.ee it is fh from all iheob
jectiona incident to the use uf a liquor preparation.
la a combination of all the Injrmllents of the Bitter
TTith tne mmi main of buu L'ruz K.ira. Uraiie.
Ac. It is ue.l f.-r Uiowirce di-csses as thr Ir ttcrs. tn
cose a here aooie rHirealcohoilstusuna ia required.
Like the ITlcwinc; was nerer befjre offered Inbobai
of any medicinal preparation :
IIU.V. M. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Jcstkuof the Supreme Court of Pennsylrania
PMld -fyKux. March 16th. 1S67.
T fled1 niiftl!a:irrs iiermai, Uitiars" Ua ?ood Touic.
aseul in tiiM.-a.es uX u discsure ei-aus, aud 0
f rest her.eSt In rases of debility snd waut cf aerrous
actiou ia the sr.toin. Tuur trulv,
iiuM. W. TVOODWAfiD.
not. JAMiJ THOMPSON.
Juatira of the Saprame Cotirt of renusTlrauia. , .
Phuadtlyh'.a. Ai-rli -Jd, 1.
I r-otwMsrnorn'aiii'e tiennun B. tiers" a vslnable
niedlciutt in ca-u of atmrks of Iiid:stioa or Ilyspep
sis. I can certify tills truui iny expetieaceof IL
Yours, witi resrect.
. IfOX. CEO. SHAHSWOOD,
lattice of the Saprame Court of Pennsylvania.
I-hMaarlphia. Juiu 1st. l?a.
I bare (uond by experience tiiU " iXoofliad's tier-
aan Bitters" is ar.rr (j-x-d tonic, rcIierU-x dyspeptic
sjuipLoaiS aluuat dkcciiy.
HO. TTH. F. KOtlEKS,
HiTor oT the Cit of BnT!o, Y.
ij.OT-'j O ftat . B'tfd. Jim 2d. 19.
I hare ned "UAirtaii3 s Germu Biuers aud Tonic"
in my CiniUj drinj; the past yuar, and cau recota
mend them as an excel!ot tonic. luipvtln; tone and'
viiror te tli sy.(iu. Their ose haa been pi-odnctire
ci deciiiediy bsaeflciai ejects.
V. r. ltOGSRS.
IlooSand's (rmsn Rmcdlca are coonlarralted.'
fee that the eifftuture ot C SI. JA'.'USO.S lionus
wrapper of aacB bottla. All otlia.-e aie coanleifett. ,
mannrartorT at tha Grviaa
Jisdicine Mtoie, 'o. 31 AliCU STiUkST, I'htdiU-
Principsl efllce anl
sdicine Ntoie, 'o. S3
uia, is. ,
CHAS. 21. EVA1TS,
st -. a- r ij'aCi V sK af"
toollsnd's Gcruiin Bitters, per bottlu $1.00
H.m.'si-d's Herman Blltors, hs'f doacn O.OO 1
HooCAad'a Oarmaa lon-.c. pat npoa qt. bottlea ..VO
per bottie, or a oaf duxoa for 7 .09
Co not tjreet to examine well the artlkle yoa buy
ia order to gt tne genuina.
For tala by all DrnjslaU,
And Ds:exs la atediclae srarrwaer.
tfarronted to be the. Clieapest
and tbe Ilcst !
-We hereby ccr
claimed fr it
"Will Jo all it is reeommanded to do er the
FIK3I it willresfcire gray cr faded hair
In its natnrtil color. It w.tl change red hair
to a beautiful auburn.
3EC0XD It will tighten tin Lair, thus
arn-Hinjr idi! jirevectine: ifs friHinf out.
T1I1KD It will eradicate danriruJ f-nd
! cure ib-bing ot the senip aud relieve that
' uin.aturtl Lent it the head, of which luany
F.U H i'it Tt will chango hnrfh and wi
ry hair into the soft cud silken sr-r-earauce,
a iu--h desired. " -
The fti!!omg. aiubn; irtatiy aeltnnwleds
ments to its superiority a Hair Kotora
t re and Uresnug, will sr ea.lt fortheiu
I selves :
McCosxelsvilli, O., Xc v. 30, 1S70.
rcrtlf tlmt we have tested the
EXCELS I OS JUJR Mi
ni rind it to hi all that is
complete Hair aatorur
and Hair Pressing.
A. K Al FIVER, "
Y,T W. li'CAP.ry.
GET THE BEST!
OH, I.V PLAIN TYPE, THE
Package and be Con-
SScts. or 5 for til
Tor Sale bjj Dragiaflds &. Cean
Cicissati, O., Oct. 8, 1870
8. Spragu', McCoiiDilsville, O: iv-mf
us five (rrots of J our Cattle Powder?, (CLio
Farmer's.) " A. B. MKKKIA.J1 4 CO.
The Ohio Farmer's Condition Toirrleri
is the best meJicioe for horses' 1 nava eTer
ned, and I hare tried many other 'f juia
ster (or llcCoauelitille Sa-h Factory.
Porl?r Jk Fyle bay Oaio Farmer's Cju
They cired my h'irse whan I and all my
neighbors tliitng'tt he would die.
'ronr Powders (Obto Farmer's) slouM
be more U3d amonjr the farmers than flier
are. x scow tnem to be good thine lor
stock." J. A. ADAIK.
They sre a good ething for atock. DK.
A si for tha Ohio Farmer's Condition
Powder, and take 00 other.
PAfNTSGiLS, kU'J VARNISHES !
Pure Wines and Liquors
Dye VYoo&s uud Dye SiuHs gen
erally. Great eare always used ia seleetin;
ffonr Prugs. WeafTn to keep nothing
Tthat is inferior. Prescriptions p up
Ttu a safe an I caiTnl mnnner. Wa
y6T.w..tild ba ;la l to liave wmssfrJJ