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THE COX SERY ATI Y E.
" M COXNELbVlLLE : '
rBIDil, . . . , Feb. XO, ISTl.
" The LADIES of the Presbytejfatn
Clturch will hold a Festival, on the eve
ning of St. Valemtine'a lay,
FEBRUARY 14TH, 1871,'
at MOKRIS IlAXL, in McCohneln-
ville, for tha purpose of raisins funds
Ut be applied to the liquidation of some
-old debts agiunat the Church. .very
body u invited. Admission 10 cento.
Feb. 3, 18712.
.Ho chajige id the Home Market.
Service at the
Acooanrea to the Ground Hoz Story,
ire are to have six weeks more of wint
er. . "
Art ice-gonre, ju6t, VelowGaj-B-Tort;
suspended navigation on Toes-
day. ' -
- . A Grsat deal of sickness is prevs
lent amongst the children of this lo
cality. - - - :
that W. M. Grimes
in the Presbyterian
Church next Sabbath
EianT members were added to
the Universalis! Church, ot this
place, on last Sabbath.
Key n. i. J5ix3KLL will Derm a
protracted meeting at McKcudree
Ciurch, on next Sabbath.
Bet. V. T. JiOBiss will commence
a protracted meeting at the Meth
odist Church, of AlcConnelsrillc,
' Thb Eclectic Magazine. E K.
Telton, publisher, 103 Fulton St.,
New York City, is received. It
should be in every household..
Tbk CoxsKavATiv-K is open to commu
nications from all our I hnstian de
nominations. All we inaist on is that
they be noi'loo lengthy.
Is our notice of John White, de
ceased, in our last week s issue, xo
should hare stated that he was ef liar-
ion toTrnshj'p, instead of Union.
The revival at the it. E. Cbarch,
ol Malta, is still going on. Near
dixty now converts have been tak
: en into the Church since the meet
Ext. C. YV. Uocktjught will cora
rnerjee a series of meetings ut the
Presbyterian Cross Roads Church,
near Ujiionviilo, on oday, the
19th inst., at 3 o'clock, i M.
Thi pre true ted in acting at the
11. B. Churth closed on Sunday eve
ning last. During the course of the
; meeting thirty new converts were
tutccn into the Church on Proba
tion, tfnd three by letter.
W have heard nothing, so for, from
the County Meeting J O. a. TV,
held at Chesterfield last Friday. We
were ia hopes that some of eur friends
. would send us a report of . the Meeting-
It is hoped that the Kail road Com
mitteea, appointed at the gene! meet
ing two weeks mo, will be prompt in
their attendance at the Town Hall on
next Saturday. Remember the hour
ia 1 1 o'clock, A. II.
Wic are authorised to notify the pub
lic generally of the continuance of the
Firm of Devol, Arerriam & Co.. until
'April 1st. at which - time the business
- will pass Into the control of a new
Firm, wLo will conduct it as hereto
iiV. L. McUuibx teiis us that at
a protractad meeting just closed at
Ijytlesburg, Jluskingum county,
;Rct. N. C. Wo.rtliingt.on, pastor,
over ninety new converts Were tak
eu into the Church on Probation.
Tux Insurance Agency of J. L.
Hdnnai Brother, of St. Joseph, Mo.,
is said to be the most extendi v a
gency in that city. Fin. It. 11 anna,
tire junior member of the Firm, has
our thanks for late Missouri and
Illinois papers. .
R. L. Morris has moved into his
new hove in the McNabb addition.
As he ls'now outside the Corpora
lion, it is necessary for a Town
Councilman to be appointed in his
stead. ' This will probably bo done
- It is said that Judge Evsnp, of
Zanesvillo, who is now about fifty
five year old, never ate an oyster.
Tins cannot be said ot one of (.lie
young and enterprising Dry Goods
' merchants of that eity, for, verily,
he eaia oysters, shells and all.
Al. Worliys dray-horse got
frightened, on Tuesday morning, at
- th noise made by the steamer Best
blowing off steam, an 4 started on a
ran, bringing up against a lamp
post near the wharf boat, and brea
king one of the shafts to the dray. '
Thi McConnelaville Herald claims
to bo devoted - to the recording of
oar local nown nd tha bent nf m-h.
.. ... . . .. 1 J
lie opinion t roughout the Country.
lias it no principles of its own to
advocate ? Is it afraid to take a
position oh any vital question 7 Is
it entirely devoid of character 7
S-jxs Ladies, of the Presbyterian
Church of this place, sent us the fol-
. lowing on Wednesday last i "Rev. U.
, Cooper's position on Temperance, as
he stated it last Sabbath morning from
the Pulpit, is just what it ought to be.
He fearlessly evinced his determina
tion to carry out his principles regard
less of public censure ; and we think
he ought to receive the generous and
literal support of all intelligent,
thinking men and women."
it is needless for us to say that we
' think so too.' - - - - ;
MARRIED-By Rev. L. MeGiffre,
assisted by Rev. B. E. Edgell, on Wed
nesday, the 8th inst., at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. J. H. Bell, of
Noble oounty, and Miss M. Frank Cool,
daughter of William 11. Cool, Esq., of
Bristol township, this County.
At the Adams Bouse, Thursday
evening, Feb. 9tb, by Rev. C. YV.
Courtright, Mr, Justus B. Merwin
and Miss Nancy . Mercer, both of
Bristol Tp., this County. '
At the New Era Hotel, Feb. 9th,
by Rev. J. P. McLane, Mr. Si ward
D. Kraps and Miss Lydia A. Thorn-
Durgb, both of Center Tp.; this Co
"Partiks, hereabouts", who take it up
on themselves to criticise tha proof
reading of the Cosservativb, should be
certain they are correct in pointing
out what they suppose to be errors.
Rev. J. P. McLane has upward of 60
ways of spelling his nam, and conse
quently, ws are not at fault as long as
we print it as he Writes it in the arti
cle or notice he contributes.
Thi Herald, ot last week, calls a
Fifteenth Amendment roan, and
brother a "digger." Has the color
ed population become nauseating to
the Herald f Who would, have
thought that an organ of the Re
publican . party would - have ever
stigmatized an Americanised Afri
can as a "Nigger"? Verily, wond
ers will liever cease !
DIED. Amy Smith, wife of Famuel
Smith, of Marion township, died on
Friday , night of last -week, of Con
sumption, aged about 21 years. She
loaves an infant child, and a husband
and a large circle of relatives and
friends to mourn her early death, the
was the youngest daughter of the late
Dr. George Michener, formerly of this
county, but more recently of Iowa.
We notice that an effort ie being
mado in Monroe county," on a plan
similar to tho on suggested last
week, to raise a Railroad fund of
two or three hundred thousand dol
lars to bo applied as stock in tho
Dayton & Mineral Region Railroad
project, provided the road is exten
ded through said county.
. - - For the Conservative. :
Ma. Editor: We understand that
our names were used as candidates for
School Directors at the election on last
Saturday, the 4th inst. We disclaim
all previous intention or knowledge of
our names being used, (as all believe),
to cast a tlur on two such worthy and
competent men as F. W. AVood and
John Boone. We feel grateful lor he
privilege of the elective franchise, and
hope we shall never use it to burlesque
good. E. T. BROWX.
McConnelsville, Feb. 6th, 1871.
Fir the Conservative.
Ma. Edit": Is it true, as reported,
that no public worship is conducted at
the Infirmary of this County f
If so, why? Will pot the pastors
hereabout preach there t Do the Di
rectors forbid 1 Does tho Superinten
dent disapprove T Or de the inmates
desire services T
Anyone giving the public an exact
statement of . the facts will greatly
oblige A CITIZEN.
McConnelsville, Feb. 8th, 1871.
Thb Athene' Journal, in response I
to our notice of Dr. True, tu our is
sue of the 27th u'.t., says : ,
"Dr. H. L. True is a native of this
county and a graduate of the Eclec
tic Medical College, of Cincinnati.
He is a young gentleman of very
fine education and we understand
from those familiar with his qnnli
Editions as a physician that he is
skillful and scientific. Tho good
people of McConue!svi!Ie wiil find
him a gentleman and well worthy
their encouragement and patron
age. And tne Conservative will find
him as radical on' the Temperance
question as he is skillful as a physi
cian." At the election of School Direct
ors for this School District, on last
Saturday, lion. F. YV. YVood and
John Boone received 69 votes out
of 123 cast. Everybody, almost,
supposed there would be but tho
one ticket run ; but some parties,
who have not the interest of our
public schools at heart, got np a
ticket 6ecretly, running Epping P.
Biown and Richard Bilbe, two col
ored men of Oar town, and would
have elected them had not the trick
been found out We understand
that the running"bf Brown and Bil
be was without their consent or de
sire, and that, had they known it,
they would have put a stop to it.
But the best laid plans of mice, men
and scallawags will come to grief.
and, fortunately for oar school mt
crests, this ono was no exception to
the rule. .
Las Sabbath Rev. Henry Coop
er preached his first sermon on his
socond rear in McConnelaville.
Just previous ti the sermon, the
Trustees of tho Church read a re
port of the financial proceedings of
the Church for . the . year past, and
stated that a subscription paper
might be found at Adair Brothers'
BookStore, on which all persons
desiring to subscribe anything to-
If - rV.s.n-.'.. r .1. .
14 vvi"- omary iur iut
ensuing year, cfralJ do to. After
this statement being made, Mr.
Cooper arose and said that he da
sired the Trustees to understand,
that in receiving subscriptions to
ward his salary, they should re
ceive no money from any one who
made his money, directly or indi
rectly, from the Liquor Traffic, that
be considered there was blood on
such money, and that if any one
subscribed money' to be derived
from the traffic, that he desired the
Trustees not to cotfect it, but to
either immediately eraso the sub
scription or mark it paid, and that
he would have tho amount deduct
ed from his salary. , He said that,
unpleasant as it was to make this
statement, h could not consistent
ly, as a Minister of : the Gospel, do
otherwise. He said he had entered
into the war against the Traffic,
and that he intended to continue
the fight as long as the enemy ex
Ask your neighbor to
Wk copy an article, this week,
from the Zaneaville City Times ;
which is owned and edited by YV . W.
Pylo recently of the McConnelsville
Herald, to which we invite special
attention. It will be observed, on
perusal of it, that Mr. Pyle believes'
in political action against the .Li
quor Traffic, and that he is com
pletely disgusted with the e Sorts of
the Republican organ of Musking
um county toward reinstating the
old licenso system. Strong and fixed
as Mr. Pyle has been in his party
affections, be now recognizes the
necessity of breaking the chains
that have bound him, and of doing
battle for the cause of temperance
with the ballot, as well as with
words. He has a good field to work
in in Muskingum county ; and, if
he goes into the matter with a de
termination to 6how favor to none
of tha adversaries of the cause, we
prophesy success for him beyond
his wildest hope?.
"DIED. Christian Sangree,of Meigs-
ville township, died suddenly at his
home, on the 5th inst., from hemor
rhage of the lungs, aged 75 years, 7
months and 13 days.
The deceased was born in York co.
Pennsylvania. ws married there, and
became a member of the Presbyterian
Church in 1817. In 1834 he removed
to this county, built his cabin in Meigs
ville township, and resided in it until
hi death, and consequently was a cm
ten of this county for about 36 years.
On the 2oth of February, 1843, he um
ted with the McConnelsville rresbvt,
rian Church. 11 is christian profession
was well sustained for more than half
a century. Six of his children prece
ded him to the tomb, and on Tuesday
last an unusually large concourse of
friends attended his remains to the
Cemetery near the Grove Church. His
funeral service was conducted under
the charge of Rev. H . Cooper.
J. R. Foulke, Superintendent of the
Malta Schools, reports as follows rela.
tive to them for the month ending
February 3rd :
Whole number of Pupils enroll
Average daily attendance,
Enrollment. - ,
Average daily attendance,
Average daily attendance,
Average daily attendance.
Averaee daily attendance,
A report from -Susan Groves' School
at Todd's, stat3 the enrollment to be
56, and the average daily attendance,
for the same month mentioned above,
to be 4S.
We hope " teachers throughout the
County will keep us posted relative to
the condition or their behoois.
For the Conservative.
McCONKESVlLLE, OlIlO, 1
Feb. 6th, 1871. f
' J?d. Conservative .- In your issue
of Feb. 3rd, you publish from the
IJnt3. Christian Advocate an article
under the caption of "Singular Cir
cu instance." That this was origin
ally published, and you requested
to puoiisn the same, to the preju
dice of Universalists, I tan not
doubt. 1 am a little surprised that
the well known Orthodoxy of the
Methodists is becoming shaky, and
clasping hands with the Spiritual
ists. V hen the bpiritualist read
the account you give, narrated in a
Methodist journal as a matter of
fact, he will inwardly exclaim,'
"The world still moves I" There is
nothing so singular after all in
what this clairvoyant medium saw.
If you turn to pirituahstio journ
als you will find recorded more
singular circumstances than this
one. YVby do not our Methodist
brethren, and you, copy their revo
lations 7 One is just as true as the
other. Tho matter rests just here :
They could not be so well used to
prejudice the minds of tbe people
against Universalis interpretations
of Christianity. The object of the
article is to make the readers b
hovo that Universalists .are both
tnrbulent and opposed to personal
salvation. . This we most emphat
ically decy. We know of no other
salvation than personal salvation.
Our clergy clearly and distinctly
urge tbe necessity ot personal talva
lion. .Not salvation Irom endless
damnation, but saved from sin thro'
In the main, I disbelieve the ac
count. It savors too much of tbe
"paralyzed tongue" that was so
thoroughly ventilated in the col
umns of tlnf Cincinnati Commercial.
Names and place bad been given
But no one knew of it, save the
Rev. Dr. Wirener, of the Presbvte'
rian Church. He was the mighty
man that God obeyed bj paralyzing
the tongue of Rev. Moses Park, of
Athens, Pennsylvania. The oldest
inhabitants were astonished when
they heard the story. The records
of the Masonic Lodge, of which Mr.
Park was an honored member, were
overhauled, but nothing of the kind
There are two sides to a story,
ana, for the nake of truth, I propose
to inquire into this '"Singular Cir
cumstance." I can not conceive
why it is that persons calling them
selves "Evangelicala" will resort tc
the lowest methods and stab us in
the dark, but dare not meet us in
manly debate or argument, unless
it is that "Error dreads tho light."
It mar be that Universalists some
times ridicule the Methodists. But
do not the Methodists often give
occasion for ridicule 7
J. P. MAC LEANE,
Pastor of Universalist Church.
The partnershiu existincr between
the undersigned, under the firm name
D. 11. Mortley & Co., will expire, by
mutual consent, on tho 1st day of
All persons knowing themselves in
debted, are respectfully requested to
make settlements with D. H. ' Mortley
Erevious to that date. The stock on
and will be closed out for cash or
produce, cheap. No new accounts
opened. D. H. MORTLEY,
J. W. PINKERTO.
Feb 9, 187l-4w. j
Worrall k McVky. Ycfcterday,
we dropped in on .Worrall & Mc
Tey, blacksmiths, who are carrying
on at the old Holbrook shop, and
there found fivo first-class work
men busily engaged in the various
branches of the business. Mr.
YYolrall very kindly stopped his
work and explained to us the mys
teries of Beach's Patent Axle Guage,
of which we have hoard 60 much,
and which we would like to here
portray, had we space. Suffice it
to say that its use gives this firm
great advantage in tho way of set
ting wheels, over others who do
not use it. YVe noticed that a por
tion of their force was engage! in
woning a light 'buggy for Leonard
Sigler, and on which was being ad
justed a pair of Power's Patent
Springs, which are fast becoming
all the rage in this locality. It is"
unnecessary for us to state that
this firm is prepared to do all kinds
Of blacksmithing promptly, from
shoeing a horse to ironing a light
List of Jurors for March Term,
List of Jurors for March Term, 1871, of the Court of Common
Pleas of Morgan County.
Samuel G. Rogers, Windsor Tp.
George Brown, Meigsville Tp.
Sam del Carman, Malta Tp.
Robert Whitehouse, Bristol Tp.
Jacob Extme, York Tp.
John Bush, York Tp.
James Bain, Morgan Tp.
George Janeway, Morgan Tp.
Frank. A. Porter, Morgan Tp.
Thomas Morris, Marion Tp. " '
Lewis Clark,! Homer Tp.
Hickman Bullock, Homer Tp.'
T. A. Robinson, Bloom Tp.
. Eli Baldridge, Deerield Tp.
John C. Ford, Manchester Tp.
C. C. Chendle, Windsor Tp.
G. K". While, Windsor Tp.
William Moore. WindsorTp.
Levi Harkins, Penn Tp.
Samuel Harris, Penn Tp
Thompson Whitej Penn Tp.
James M. Bishop, Homer Tp.
James J. Palmer, Malta Tp.
William A. Sturgeon, Malta Tp.
Joseph Payne, Center Tp.
John B. Macklem, Manchester Tp.
John Henderson, Bristol Tp.
The Court convenes on Monday, the
13th of the month, and, from present
prospect, will be a term of from two
to three weeks duration. There will
not be anything like the usual number
or case for hearing, but what there
will be will be of unusual interest and
importance. Two cases cf slander and
one for "breach of promise" will be
heard, in each of which $5,000 d:im
ges are claimed. ! he caseof the State
against Stephen Miller will occupy
considerable time, as will also several
civil suits that will be for hearing.
I. O. G. T. Installations.
The following persons were installed
on last Friday night, as officers of the
McConnelsville Lodge of Good Temp
lar.', for the term beginning Feb. lck
W F Janeway, W C T ; .
John F Sigler,. W VT;
W 11 Pierpoint. R S ;
George Scott, F S ;
George Border, Treasurer ;
T A Turner, Marshal ;
A J Lawrence, Chaplain ; '
Lelia Nott, Deputy Marshal ;
Frank M Wilson, A R S ;
Emma J Patterson, I Gj
John D ratterson, OO ;
Hattie McGrath, R H S j
Lydia Shepard, L H S.
Degrees will be conferred this even
ning, February 10th.
On last Monday evening, the Malta
Lodge installed officers, for the period
mentioned above, as follows :
William Foulke, W C T ;
. Emma Beckwith, W V T ;
William Rogers, W R &;
R S Weitzeil, WAS;
Joseph Nay lor, WFS;
George S Corner, W T.;
Joseph Sheridan, W M ;
Carrie Hall, WDM;
William Rusk, W I G ;
II C Timms, W O G ;
C B Pond, W C ;
Eva Walker, R H S ;
Mary Wiseman, L H S.
t& Ladies, don't let another week vast
over your head without examining thote el'
eqant ' ijerman rxtcn iurtl Only one
ecU left worth $25 for $20, at Stone'.
At ADAIR'S Book Store. Thev have
a large assortment of fresh and pleas
ing styles comic and sentimental.
WO. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT
WILL CURE COLDS & COUGHS and
ALL Diseases of the Lungs. Sold on
ly by Stone.
Pocket Cutlery 1 1
Laree stock and fine assortment of
Pocket Knives, of the best quality man
ufactured, constantly kept in stock at
auaik s iJook Store.
3u DUNCAN S EXPECTORANT
should be in ewery family during this
cnar geabie weather, only tl at scene s.
8. German Silver Spoons, of
the best quality and at very low rctcs,
at VUSCbS rtc
tf, Ask the Old Citizens who have
used DUNCAN'S EXPECTORAN I' a
bout its value for a dry, hackins cou"h.
Try it. It will do you good. For sale
YVili find a stock of splendid
in job lots, at ADAIR'S Book Store. It
can t be beat for quality and prices
tfl&. A few more setts of those cheap
r UKS left. Bound to sell them, and
close out the stock in season. Call at
tL. Silver-plated Soup, Oyster and
Gravy Ladles, at Vincent's.
Kft. Over ONE HUNDRED BOT
TLES of DUNCAN sold in a short
tiae. The MOST POPULAR medicine
for Cough's, Colds tc, extant. For sale
at btone s.
Rustic Picture iramei,
And lots of them, of various sizes, at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
IA. White Beans, Lima Boons' and
Hominy. Dried Fruits of all kin Js at
t&.Fresh and desirable reading mat
ter at ADAIR'S Book Store, and new
supplies daily received.
aud Gents' underwear
at Stone's. -
The World Almanac for 1S71,
Received and for sale at ADAIR'S
BookStore. it is full of desirable in
formation and important statistics.
Only a few copies left.. -Call soon.
Fire I Fire I Fire ! Best Rock
and Rifle Powder in town so pronoun
ced by competent judges. Try it.
J. B. STONE.
INew Goods expeoted next week
from th East at ADAIR'S Book Sto-e
. ttg. Trunks, Valises, Traveling bags
and Baskets in great variety. We can
not be undersold in this line. For sale
t&- Ivory and Rubber Handle
Knives, with Steel and Silver-plated
bladea. . M.B. VINCENT & BRO.
ECSju. Why do you Covak and complain of
colds, ie., when Dr. Duncan Expector
ant is the best thing lo take to cure it t $1
a bottle at Stone'.
Sei3sor at V1N-
- Bf-4,DEER ISLAND AND ZANES
VILLE JEANS best "brands in the
market, also a FAIR ARTICLE, at 25
cents, at Stone's.
Absoln'e Divorces legally obtained in N..
York, Indiana, Illinois, and otber State,
for persons from any Stata or County, legal
verywbere ; drrtion, drunkenness, non
upjKirt, etc., tuffieient cause ; no rublici
ty. Ko charge until divorce is obtained.
Advice free. AddreM.
1I00RE A EH IIAIWSOS,
Counsellors ut Law,
ISO Broadway, Xew Yori City.
Jan. 4, 1871 It,
The BEST investment a man
can make these hard times, of a dol.
lar, is to put into DR. DUNCAN'S EX-;
PKCTOK ANT. J. B. STONE.
saw au yehtismetv rs.
SIierllTt; fcaie en 5ItrSgnje.
FUminj Crew vt. Vandiver Xott, et. si.
By virtue of an order to U rod to me
directed Irom the Court of C'omiion I'l'.t of
il'.rgtn county, Ohio, in the above entirlsd
action! will oiler lor anld et public mic
tion at the door of the Court House in ilo
Connolsville, in said county, on
32cnday, tne iStn day c-f
at one o'clock, P. SI., of taid day, the fol
lowing deBcribed real cstp.lo Vlsato ?p
Wiiidor township in tbe county of Morgan
and State of Ohio, to-wii :
Ali that east part of Lot No. 11 if, arotion
Ho. thirty (3D), tuwu.ihip No. eight (b), of
nnge 2fo: eleven (II), that lies east of lh
diVinion lin tence between John Vr'a'iac
said Juines Wallace in im proremeuts on
ssid Lot containing e:;hty (80) ncrt'S mire
or less. Ai; r:n'd nt f -. Terms cash.
A. D. UAVEXKH, ShoriU, M. C. 0.
J. T. Csew, Attorney.
February 10, 1871 ivr.
A. F. Whisaan vs. Henry 'W. Newman.
Notice is hereby gives that I will offer for
sale at public auction et the door of the
Court House in JdcCounolsvillu, on
JSioatlay, f!i lStli day cf
at twelvs o'clock, M., of said day, the fol
lowing described real estate situate in Mor
gan county aud iittte ol'Obio, to-wit : ,
Lot Ko. twenty-eight (2b), in Sunburn's
third Addition to tno town of Stockport.
Taken as the property of Henry V. New
man on an execution in favir of A. F.
Wbit' n, aud issued by the Court of Com
mon Plea3 of the county of Morgan and
8:aieoi" O-iio, and to me directed as SheriU
of said county. Appraised at $ .
A. D. HAVEKER, Sheriff M. C. 0.
J. T. Crew, Attorncv for 1'laiutiiT.
February 10, 1871 5w.
.S!ieri!Ts Sale oa Execution.
James Dewct-3 vs. John Bock.
Kotiee is hrreby given thot the cnljr
signetl S!ieri!T ol Morgan county will, by
virtue of au Execution ifgui-d by luc CU' I
of Cuminou 1'luaS ct said Couiity, in lator
of James Deweca and against J.tiu B ck,
and In dim d r cted, at 11 o'clock, A., M.,
On TucfcCaj, tlse 21st day ol
on tbe street io front of the Court II cse
in McConneUville, eSer for sale ut pubiic
acctioo the following tewit :
One Sjrrel Horse, 7 years old. Tken on
said iteration as the property oi the taid
Join lieek. terms eofii.
A. D. HAVENER, Sh'ffM. O. O.
J.T. Ckktt, Attorney.
February 10, 1871 2w.
J- E. HANNA. Ed. M. KENNEDY
HANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
On Center Street, near the Public Square,
Jl'COXS ELS VILLE, OHIO.
arSpecial attention given to Collections.
W. XI. KELLY, D.
May be found at his olfice on
TBE SOfTH-tTEST G'OKXER
At all times, when not absent on Profess
Sept 24, If 69-U
EE. L. TRUE,
Physician & Surgson,
Treats all lornn ol acute and ciirouic
di.sfase, od new and improved principles.
Cuiia prouip'ly attended to, and charges
reuaonable. OFFIC'K : Next door to the
AJrtttii House, oo Center etreet, where ho
will be found wbe.0 not prori 3. iona!!j cni.ig
ed. fFfeb. 3d, 1371.
XT, C. THESIZE
asks the public to call and examine his
specimen Photographs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes. Gems, ic, Ac, which cannot be
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected at
rangeraents whereby anyone can be ac
comodated wilh th "finest of Oil Paintings
ud pictures of India Ink Work. Hooks
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center fctjeet, H. lonceisvii.e,
Aj ril ::mj.
f, -1 ma
2- w s
U - g
That JOWX 1XAX is the BEST
COUIILCK ever in 2cCOJS EiL-
He has constantly on hand a good aorU
m nt ofFine and Storie E00U. cf his own
manufacture, which he is, offering at the
lowest CASH rate,. Give him a call ut b s
establishment on lorth-west rom- cf Pub
lic sqnare, M-Oonno'syille, Ohio.
S':p. I.l:-Ty . .
Sheriff's Sale ou Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Tjggart vs. James
Carter, et al.
By virtue of an Order to Sell, and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above enti
tled action, I will offer for sale, at public
auction, at the door of the Court House, in
McConnelsville, in said county, on
Wednesday, tbe 2?nd Day of
Fchruary, A. 9.,
at one o'clock, P. SI., of said day, tbe fol
lowing described real estate, situate in
Windsor township, in the county of Mor
gan, and State of Ohio, to-wit One hund
red and seventy acre lot, number 1109, in
section number thirty (30), township eight
(8),of mngeelcvcn (11), excepting twenty
acres convoyed to Aleiiindcr Wallace by
James Cartur, and described as follows, to
wit: Ileginninj at the Sorlh-west corner
of said lot, thence East to the second Ully
stake on the Windsor road, thence South to
the South line of Baid lot, thence running
North to the Korth-west come; of said lut
to the place of beginning. Geoond, alio !ol
number 'Ji.in Mile lot number 24, in lown-shioei-,ht
(S), of range eleven (11), con
taining one hundred acre?. Third, also
twenty one r.cr?snnd ftirtvfive h':mire;Iths
of an aere, being a part of lot number 1110, j
township eight "(8). and rnni;e eleven (11).
Fourth, also si-venty-nve acres, more o.
less, in lt number 9". in township eirht
(?). and rans;e eleven (11) ail oi which
luiid is in th Ohio Company 's purchase.
Appraised r.t ?,!'''. Tirm, cash.
A. D. HAVEKKU, Sh.:r;li of M. C, O.
.Ions E. IIaxsh, Attorney.
January 20, 1371 5w.
ScrJU's Sale vu J.t,i t;;Li;e.
John Huvt vi. Eazil L. Moiiov, Matthew
.. M.-Call, et. al.
V.J virtue of au order t sell, and to me'
dirixtod, from the Court of otnnioa Pirns
of Morgan County, Ohio, in the above en-ii'le-t
aitioa, 1 wiil o.fer for s ale at public
au. tion, at the door of the Court House in
McConnelsvills in snid eonr.tv of Morjsn.
On Nouday, lite 131 !i day or
February, F., TWT1,
at one o'ciocx, 1'. At., of said day, the
following real oi Idle situ:ite in said vouuty
of Morgxu and fctH of Ohio, to wit:
Beiu; a part of frjctional section number
thre (4; Township number nine (S) Itnuge
n urn ber twelve 1 12) and bounded r.s ful lows:
Uetrianirg et the Southwest corner of sail!
:r.:c!;onsl se tiou, thence running -.rtih the
Smith boundary line thereof tluil 1G1.88
poles to thrcoruur ol John Henry's lot,
UieneerucniugwUhskid IL-ury'sline N.lic
fi7 SS poles to a aionu, thenco 2.40
poles to the Kast boucdsry lite of said
frcctinnal section, thence rflnning North
21. i'l poles to a etnue and corner of the Jo
siah Ward let, thence running with said
V-'nrd's leaid liso of William Snltkeld's
'Vest Icii.OS poles to a stone on tho West
boundary lire of said Section, thence run
ning wi'b n:d West line 83.62 poles to the
pliro i,t b-rminj;, containing 05 -JO-lOil
acres, be the same more or less. Appraised
al i'lhO'd. Terms cash.
A. P. liAYENEfl, Sh'iTof II. C. O.
John K. llaunn, Atty.
Juu- 13th, 1S7I aw."
S TOR E !
C. Ij. M'A,L,
Yl IioIcSule and Retail
t?a, BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASII SYSTE1I
Nov. 11 lS70-tf.
AT HALF iHICE.
Genuine 13 Carat Gold Hunting cased
Watches (ieuts' and Ladies' Sizes, rego
intid and warranted for time and wear, at
half the usual price, ody $25 each.
Tbe Extra Fine Quality, 13 Carat 7old,
Er:g;ne Turned, Llnut.ng Cad, Foil Jew
eled Lever Movements, perfectly adjasted
to all climates, regulated, and each warran
ted by special certificate, at only $30
Tbe Same, of Finer nnl hiirher grade,
with Chronometer Balance,- at $35 each.
The Same, at Last, with fine Nickel
Works, and Stcra-windinir and Setting At
tachment, requiring no key, wound and set
by the stem, only IO each.
All the above VVatcbas are put at half
price, and each warranted ior time and
Extra Fine, Pure Silver, Hantins
Ca'td Gon'.b' and Ladies', al only 'v'-i
SJCKt Qanlity Coin Silver, nantinj;
Ca-ed, Fall Jeweled Lever, at only 81-J
Extra Fire Quality, Patent Levers &
Chronometer MoveatvnLi, Iiuby Jeweled, at
only 5'20 each.
0:ir Wat; lira r.re all warranted, and
if not perfect wiil be Ukeu buck aud the
money rcturuej. .
EivWe require ro money in adrsnce,
but stud ail goodj by Kxpres, payable oa
delivery, with privilege to Ojrn and exsm
ine before p.ViJ fjr, by piviitf Ijxpri .
clmrgep, anb il not satisfactory, returned.
Plneo where no Ex?re-s run, goods wiil
be snt by mai!, in rejjiiteied pickag-, by
sending in advance.
ETSPers ;!..- arJerin; Six WaKh2?at a
tin", will receive an eilra Wa?cU uf samn
val ie frer.
AUo, ioM C'uEiii' O'nN, a S6. S3 to
S12 ; Ladies' al $!0, S12 to 15 each.
The Enet GoJ l 1'lntid anl O.-oidc iold
Chains a! 52, S 1, to 3. S each.
State description and prioe. of Watch re
q'sited, and ord.T bv mui! direct from
T1IK UNION WATCH CO..
113 Fulton Strett, Xcff Yrk.
Jan. 6, 1ST! 3mo.
IIOT IiOST, WOT UESTOREO.
r V V Jat onblished, new edition
f,' lifrAof Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated
-rO EsBay on the Radical Care
(without medicine). f Spermatorrhea or Sa
minal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Los
ses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Inca-
paeity, impeuimesisto .iarr:aco. etc.; a:sr,
(A'neumption, Epilepsy, and Fit induced
by seli'-indtllcncc or sexual extravagance.
2C"Pri:e, in a acaloi envelope, ely six
The celebrated author, in th s admirabla
essay, clearly demonstrates, front a thirty
yesrs' successful practice, that tho alarm -mg
eousequencea of self-abuse may bo rad
ically cured witnout tne canerec nse 01
internal medicine or tho application of the
knife : pointing out a m?de cf cure at ence
simple, certain, and ei'ectual, by means of
which every sniferer, no matter wbat hi
condition may be, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
x This Lecturi should be in the hands
of every youth end every man in the land.
Scat coder sen!, in a plain envelope, t.i
any adar-!S., postpaid, cu receipt of & cents
or two postage stamps. .
Also, Dr. tulvurweli's Marriage Guide
pries 2i cents.
Address the Publishers.
Cba. J-C. RUne & Co ,
127 Bowery, KtW Yo-k, P. 0. P"x ib
As mankind, from iudicrction or olher causes, ha
beet, dn-mi-ni to sauVr fnm liscse. to .also has reme
dy f..r .l-sease been provided. Onr hills and valley
abonr.d -vith roots and herbs, whioU if scieatincaj'.T
preparod aud eoripoandd. wiil rt.re heaitti and "
lur to :be mv;a. To ami Buch a remedy we should
se oct that has stood the test of ae.
Cnra Cxs Lr Uvar Ck;1x . -Sara
Cars in D?;y :piia .
Sirs Cra &r Delfiity,
Srs C-ts 6r Jaundice,
Ssra Cars fir Hirasatn,
And all arr.-ctlons arlslni; from wsnVness or want ol
aciioTi in the L-.rer or Di-jtive t-u. The gmat
And sU disease arising from lr Ths great prsrsnt.
FEVER AND AGUE.
It Is M rmpo-i:iilitjr for any w to have Fsver and
A-na, if Ui.jj vu'. at a few bottle o( this roueu
och siiriiu; aad fit. ' x
$100 $100 . $100
Will be airen for any rase of this disess that occurs
io any ouo Uat use the CiUjrs or Topics ?
Thoo who hM ths Fever and Aw will flni after
tbe chills lne stopped, Oist by uii afow lxjtiles of
the Biuers or Tunic, that the disease will not return.
Tsese remedies will rebuild their CoutituUon loiter
tliaa any other kcjwa reme!.
Tje remeilies were plaied before the public thirty
yenr ajo. with all the or- juilicei of so-calicd 'intent
mriiicine" opciatiri" a-rsinst them, bat eradually tlieir
rtues became Vuowa. aiidnow, udsy, t&ey acted at
Uic bead of all preparations of their class, with the
indorsement of unnneat jadse, lawyers, clerjajinea
Read the following svmptoms, and if yon And that
rp.ir system is air.-cted by any of h "m. you may rel
ass;irt -il tiiat disease has commenced its attack en the
most important organs of yonr body, and unless sooa
cbecfee! by ih nsa of powerful remeaies, a niieerablt
I; fa, sooa unuiiiatiaR is death, will be tha imuIL
stiiiation, Fbit'.iieuca In- .
ward Piles. Fulness
ef Blood to the ilead. Ari
dity of the btonuch. Nausea,
neartbaru, Dibii for Food, Ful
ness or Weight I11 tbe Stomach, Soar
Ernctatioes, biiikin?or Fluttering at tha
Fit of the Stomach. Swimmine of tne Head,
Hurried or DiCical! Breatliiu, Klatterin at the
Heart, Choking or Satfocating sensations when ia
a lylnsc posture, Pimne.-s of Vision, Dots or .
Webs belore t ie Siltt. Dull Pain in Uie Head,
DeftcU'ncy of Por-nimtion, Veilowne w of
the Skia tnd Eves. Pain In tbe Siue,
Back, Chest. Limbs, etc. Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Bnrnln ia
. the Fich, Coustant im- '
auiin of Evil, sad
AS lnSaU disease of the Liver, or DUre stirs Orraaf,
coinbined with Lnp.irs blod.
Is eaiirely Testable, and contains do liqaor. It ia
enmionnU of Flaid Extracta. Tha R'Joti, Herbs and
Barks from which the? extracts are made, are g'tth
rredut Unnan y ; all the mMicinaI virtues sr ex
tracted from tuem by a ciemic chemUt. Thtwe ex-'
tracts are ihen forwanltd to thi eoamry to be need
eilre?iy for the manufttctare of this Bitter. Tber
it) nu alcoholic rsibslance of any kind uit-d la com
pocndMi the Bitters ; hencr !t is ftv from ali liie ob"
jtCUuns uicidcui to Ihs ase of a liqaor pcepatUuo.
Is a eoieblaation of all the iriCTtdirnt of tbe Bitters
with tne purest quality of Santa Crua Bum. Oranges,
Ac It is used fur the arae diseases as the Bitters, in
ens, when some pure alcoholic stimulus ia miuind.
Like th. Rdlowin; was never before offered iabshall
f anj medicinal preparation : - -
UOS. U. W. WMOVl'AHr,
Chles Jaatlco th. Supreme Court at Fennsylranl'
Wt" ' PhVklia, Jfarch 16th. 1687.
I find "IlooCsnd's trtnuan liittera" is uod Tonic,
Mful ia diseaaM cf the (iigesUT. Ofau, and 01
frasi henelt In rases of dobtlit r ana want of ccrrocj
ae'.ivu u uiv vysiii. iuw, .'(it,
HO.V. JAJlt Tiro.upsox,
Joatice of the Supreme Court of Fennsytrania.
FhUaJafhia, April iJd. !(.
- 1 consldsrMHoo.tand's Gorman Uiurs" a ralnabl.
msdiciue in cav: uf attacks of lrail-'estion or Irepep
sia. I can certify this from my experience of it.
Vours, with respoct,
ItOX. 3EO. SHAItSTVOOD,
.'usllceof th. Supreme Conn of Pennsylvania.
. Piauuitifia. Ji:nt 1st. 1S88.
I havs tjani by eipeiUiic; Uat "HooJand's lier-
inan 3ittors " Is a rerr gjod tonic, reileTinj dyspeptie
sraiutooij almost Uirectlv.
KOJ. TV 31. F. EOtiEKS,
Major of tha City of IlmTilo, N. Y.
Hiynr't O'Het. Buga'.o. Junt iid, ISM.
I hare nsed "Hoodacirs German Bitters and Tonic"
in ojj IkmJy darui th. past year, aul cau recom
mend tiiem asan axcelJenr tonic, impartinj; tons and
s.Ki.r tn tlie 9teiu. 'i'ncir use Las beau prodactir.
cf decidediy beceucUU auuets.
Wit. F. EOQEH3.
Hmflsr-Ts German Remedies are eonnterfoited.
Bh that the .ii-uitnrs of (.'. il. JAC lisOS ia os th.
w.-spjex of eae buttle. Al! others are CJcntcrfelt.
Prtneical oO?e and tuamifsctorT at the Gereas,
Kiaiicine Store, M j. 631 ARUI bfRilET, FhUssssl.
CHAS. 21. EVA1TS, Srop'p.
iarmtrly CM. JACkJSQn & CO.
rtonfland's O'rmsn bitters, p-r botl.. tt.O
i!.ftsnd's German Bitters, na.f dozos 5.00
UooAand's Os.min put up lag. t. bottles l.S
per bottle, or a half flm-.-n tur 7.S
Do n it forget to (xunhi. weU th. artlcic yon bay
Ls otdor to ei tha grjiaia..
Tor SrAo by all Druggist,
And Otalvs ia il?iid srerywhera.
ITarrnnted to he tie Clcapct
an J the Best t
Will do all it is recommended to do or tha
money refunded. .
F1KST U will restore gray r faded hair
lo it natural colur. It w ui ehar.ge red hair
to a beautiful auburn.
SEC03D It trill tighten l:e hair, thus
arrstine and preventine its fuliineont.
TH1IID H will eradicate dandruff and
care itching of the Fcalp and relieve that
unnatural heat ic the head, of which many
FoUitlil II will chanpe harsh and wi
ry hair into the soft and silken appearance,
ao mu.'h desired.
The following, among manv ar.inowld
jnents to its superiority ts a 1lir Iteetora
tiveand Dressing, will speak f r them
KcCo!f!tEtsT:LT.g, 0.?5ot. 30, 1S70.
T7e hereby eert'fv that wi. have tested the
,rt;.-le callVd EXCZT.SIOB HAIR E.K
STORATIVE.nnn find it to be all that is
claimed f .r it a complete Hair Bestorer
aud Hair ii.-easing.
ft'. W. M'CAIiTY.
GET THE BEST!
OS, IN PLAIN" TYPE, THE
Try one PacUasre and be Ccn-
HP E I C E
S5cts. or 5 for I
For Sale bj-J Drnjrslsf & Co en
tRcsirATt, O., Oct. 8, 1870
S. Sprnpu McOoonelsville, O: S1-11J
as Eve grocs of soar Cattle Panders, (U.iio
Farmer's.) " A. B. MERRIAM 4 CO.
The Ohio Farmer's Condition FoTiJera
it the best medicine fur horses 1 have ever
used, aud I have tried many others T.siia
ster lot AlcCoQiiclsviKe Sa-h Fader v.
Porter A Pyle bay Ohio Former's Cju
They cured my horse when I sad U my
neigh bora thocir'u be would die.
'Tonr PoJers (Ohio Farmer's) sbcuid
be more Used among the farmers than tbev
are. I know thum to be a good thi:-.? lor
stock." J. A. ADAlIi.
Thsy are a good thing for sloci. D3.
Ask far the Ohio Farmer' Ca&ditiuu
Powder, and tako no Other.
f AiNTS,OiLS, km VARWSHES !
GLASS, PUTTY, &C.
Pure Wines and Liquors
Dye Woods and ny a SiuCs gen-
.- - erallT.
f3f Great eare always r.sed in selecting
$&onr Crus. Wc aiui to keep "thiu
f-S-thniia inferior. Fr-scriptious put u;.
&-in a safe and earoful manner. We
y"would be glad to have some ef jajr