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PEACE IN EUUOPJB. The la
test newt from Europe ia to the
effect that a Committee has been
appointed to negotiate a poace, an &
that Uoltka. and Bismarck have
eigned'a draft ot treaty, and that
the German army is preparing to
' . Illinois proposes to pay, under
its now Constitution, the following
salaries in the Executive Depart
ment of the. State government:
Governor, $8,000 ; Lieutenant Gov
ernor, 11,300 i Secretary of Stats,
$4,000 ; Attorney General, 4,000 j
Superintendent of Instruction, $4,
000. " V " " " '
The United States Steamer, Ten
nessee, which started for San Do
mingo, some weeks tack, having
on board the Commissioners to in
vestigate the condition of Domini
ca, and also many of our notable
and scientific men, is supposed to
be loai. Eon. B. P. Wade and son,
and Frederick Douglass and sou
were on board. Hut little hope is
entertained of their safely.
Later. There i a report credi
ted at Washington that the captain
.f a British Vessel that arrived at
Boston on the ULh, saw the Terj
iiwsee off the coast of Jisyti on the
US'h nit. " ' :
' Tbx Joiut High. Commission for
posting the books with Great Brit,
nin is a fixed fuel. The Somite has
confirmed Secretary Fish, ex-Attor
ney General Hoar, Gen. Schenck,
Assouiute Justice Nelson, of the Su
preme Court, aid Senator Williams
ui Oregon, a Commissioner in be
half of the United States. The Eng
lish Commisiionrs are Earl De
Gray, Sir John A. McDonald, Sir
John Bose, and Sir Ed ward Thorn
von, the British Minister. Prof.
Bernard, profemor of internatf oaal
law, at Oxford University, and Lord
Tentorden, accompany the English
Commissioners as Secretaries.
Tm only word of consolation for
her neighbor, across the channel
contained sn Qaoen Victoria's re
cent speech to the houses of Parlia
ment, is the statement that France
"must ever be regarded as the prin
cipal and indispensable member of
the treat commonwealth of Eu
rope." A London dispatch descri
bing the scene in the House of Peers
when the Queen appeared, eays : -The
Queen's presence was the
cause of unprecedented attendance
and display outside and within the
House. Lad crowded the galle
ries, and many wre on tbe floor.
An Oriental: Princess first appear
ed, magnificently arrayed in jow
els and gorgeous robes, and attract
ed universal attention. The Queen
arrived . at two o'clock with her
ehildren. . She wore black velvet.
At the entrance of the royal family
the House rose. -. As soon as the
Queen bad; taken ' her seat on the
turono, the Commons were sum
moned to the bar of tbe House, and
came in with their usually unseem
ly scramble. The Jxrd Chancellor
read her; Maiestv's speech. At the
conclusion of the reading tbe Q'leen
departed and' tbe sitting was sua
The latest definition of tbe terms
' of peace to be expected from France
by the Germans are : 1. The ces
sion of Alsace, and sixty German
square milos ' of Lorraine, whieh
consists of four hundred and thirty
seven square miles; the pat t of
Lorraine to" be coded including
Mclz ; 2. Tbe contribution of fif
teen hundred millions oC Traces- for
war expenses ; 3. Thirty millions
of franca' fori- captured German
ships ; 4. Forty millions of francs
for German -workmen, cleiks, and
small industrial interests expelled
from France ; and 5. A few millions
of francs (how many,, not stated,)
for crippled'and ' maimed Germans
and orphans caused by the war.
Of course if France assent to such
brutal demands it ' will be because
Lor powers of resistance are exhau
sted.' This fait should stimulate
the American nation to further ex
ertions in behalf of the starving
people of Franca.; ' New York re
cently., raised $60,000 ; Boston hss
contributed nearly as much ; and
Philadelphia is organizing to load
tbe United States ship to bo sta
tioned at that port with provisions.
The town and cities of Great Brit
ain are vieiog with each other la
raising French relief funds, and
London sends supplies to the buti
grv peopls of Pans by the trains
Duty of Christians Relative to
Liquor Vending and the Social
Eev. Henry P. Moore, pastor of
the Yine Street Congregational
Church, of Cincinnati, preached, re
cently, as follows : '
"Why withdrawest thon thy hand,
even thy right hand ? Pluck it out
of thy bofcom 1" Tvcenty fourth
Psalm, eleventh verse.
The subject of the psalm which
we have now briefly contemplated
is not without parallels in the his
tory of God's people since the days
of the captivity. It is not without
parallels in the history of the
Church of the Redeemer. The
church and the people -of God are
not now carried away from their
homes and fair lands -into the land
of the stranger and the enemy, as
the children of Israel were. Our
temples and sanctuaries are not
battered down by the axes and the
hammers of the conquorer. We
hang our harps upon no willows,
nor the captivity of Judah is cot
without force ot typical relation to
the Church of Jesus . Christ, in her
varying history ; nor aro the bro
ken temple and beaten altar of Ju
dah and her congregations without
their meaning of spiritual interpre
tation, wben applied to our Christ
ian sanctuaries, upon which no
beauty of Grace reposes, and to our
Christian altars, from which the
fires of pure devotion have ceased
their incensed flames ; nor is the
hiding of the hand of God in bis
bosom, against which Judah plead
ed with such storm and mastery of
importunate supplication, without
its spiritual illustrations in theso
our Christian days, " when some-
times our God seems to be with
drawn from His . people, and His
gracious right hand seems no more
stretched out over us. There is a
spiritual captivity into which we
are taken when we depart from
God. ' Wben the world holds Chris
tians and churched as in a prison
house, and the eyes of our faith if
put out, and we are made to grind
in the mills of our enemy, as Sam
son did, it is for the same reason an
that to which hi "blindness and
captivity and drudgery are traced.
He knew not tnat uod cad depart
ed from him. God deports from us
wben we depart . from- Him. He
turns away from us, and withdraws
His hand into Ilia bosom, when we
forsake His covenants, and neglect
Ilis ordinances, and depurt from
His wars. And the covenants, and
ordinances, and 'Ways of the Lord
are not only doctrines which we
are to behove, but they are also,
and . especially commandments,
which we are to observe and to do ;
and teach our children to observe
and to do llem. We. may depart
very far from God, and yet hold
with most tenacious grasp to every
article in our grand evangelical sys
tem of faitb and doctrine. We may
so far depart from God as to be
come helpings as churches, in tho
midst of the wickedness which pre
vails around ns. And in this con
nection, I ask the question with
warmth and depth of spiritual ear
nestness : what does the popular
Christianity ot : Cincinnati amount
to to-day in the way of helping the
masses of men through the battle
of daily life ? in the way of illust
rating the power of Divine Grace
to restrain sin, and vice, and crime,
in "our community ? In the way of
a loud, emphatic and irresistible
protest against publio wickedness ?
in the way of an emphatic and irre
sistible plea against tbe facilities
which - our average . molality and
our municipal legislation afford to
pestilences which tfalkiri dm knees,
and to destructions which waste at
noon-day? Take this single church
the Christian men and women
are here organized as a band of
worshipers and workers, enough of
ns, and strong enough, through Je
sus, our Great Head, to do mighty
work in this community in the sal
vation of men and women Irom tho
destroyers wh are abroad. What
are we doing 7 The time was when
this church uttered its voice, and
propounded the truth, and hurled
its example .against our national
sin, and the people heard it, and
lelt.it, and persecuted it," which was
no mean confession of your power.
It can be done again, indirections
which are just as earnestly and im
minently demanding the' power of
truth, and the force of example, and
the faithfulness of Christian work.
The very fact that crime is redeem
ed from the outlawry, under the
cover of commerce and trade, by
the general licensing of drunkard
making in our community ; and the
fact that it is now proposed to take
another crime out of tho very pit of
outlawry, whore the moat ordinary
sense of public decency places it,
and enthrone it in our public high
ways, and throw around it the pro
tection of law and tho protecting
arms of the magistracy and police ;
these two facta are of themselves
infinitely more than enouzh to
make Christians in this city and in
this church feel that tbe tbdima are
on us, that we are in captivity, and
that the Lord's hand is in hla bos
om. I have no wcrd now to say a
gamst the poor victims of drink
and sensuality, I pity them ; and
if I had the heart of my blessed sa
vior, I 6hould pity their infirmity
more than I do. I believe there
are hundreds of slaves o drink in
this city who would be wild with
joy tf the door of the saloon rould
But any system of municipal law
and of police regulation .which
maces it possible for any son of
yours, to become a drunkard and
an outcast, under c:vil protection
to hira who ruins him and breaks
yor heart any such sin is to be
hated, and tho victims of it may
lay the responsibility at the door of
the Christian church in Cincinnati.
And any system of- law which will
make it possible for a sweet, moth-or-loved
girl to become a daughtur
of shame, and brands that ahatne
upon her brow forever, so that there
is no escape for ber, even in tbe
grave no escape for her repenting
soul even, only in the bleeding bos
om and bleeding love of Jesus ; and
at the same time makes it possible
for our vouuir men, and our older
i men, to com from the pollntions of
infamy, and, wiping tbeir lips, cross
our thresholds to speak familiarly
with our families, as if they were
gentlemen ; any system of law
which will make that real, and pro
tect it, is only to be loathed ; and I
fear that tbe responsibility of that
may be laid at tbe very door of the
church. I think that we had better
hear plain truth, even', though it
make us shrink in Our' pews, than,
after awhile, to hang our beads in
shame and cover ourselves with
self-reproaches, and go down to our
graves with broken hearts.
Now, if the Lord's hand is in His
bosom, it is because Christians are
worldly, and are not grieved for the
afflictions of Joseph, and for the sins
of the people ; and, bein? worldly,
they are in captivity. But if we
will return and plead with God, He
will bear and answer us, and cause
His face to shine upon us ; and He
will pluck forth His hand from H is
bosom, and will mightily i.tortero
to save His church and tho people.
And I plead with you again to come
to the place of prayer and call up
on the name ot the Lord, who will
open tho windows of heaven to
bear, and will come lor in witn sal
vation for flis people. And I plead
with you who are unconverted ; you
who are pursuing worldly pleas
ures you who are halting between
twoopiniODB, to reflect' and s:n not
against your own souls. And I
plead with you, who feel your need
of the Savior, to hasten to His all
saving cross and come out before
the world and make confession of
your faith in Jeu Christ, and 6how
to the world that you are not asha
med of the Holy One, who was net
Himself ashamed of sinners, and
throw the force of your example in
to the scales which 8a tan is BeekiEg
to mako heavy with woe and death
against many souls around you
souls who are looking to you
souls you may be instrumental in
killing souls you may be intru.
mental m saving.
Millionaires of New York.
HOW THEY WORK.
York of the New
There is a notion, and a widely
prevalent one, that the rich men of
this city lead easy lives, or, in other
words, that tbey are rxempt from
labor. The notion is very erron
eous. Our successful men not only
bave been but continue hird work
ers. It is true there are individ
uals who have inherited wealth ar.d
who therefore yield themselves to
indolence and dissipation ; but in
sueh instances the truth of the old
proverb is almost invariably mani
fested, and "the fool and his money
are soon parted. . Oar rich bust
ne'ss men are bard workers, because
it is their nature. They have risen
by hard work, and tbey would be
wretched if they did not keep up
the habit. We have no rich, ldlo
drones ; for a drone is soon destroy
ed by the evil influences which sur
round him, '
Let us look at some of our sue
cessfulmen. Here is Moses Tay.
lor. who is about three score and
ten, and is estimated at five mil
lions. Such a man, one may say,
surely ought to rest. So far from
this, however, bo is just as busy as
ever. He was noted as an active
and farsighted merchant ; anJ now
that ha has given up the warehouse
ho finds enough to do in the vast
fields of finance. Mr. Taylor is
President ot tbe City Sunk, wbicb
is one of the heaviest of our Wall
street institutions. Ho would be
extremely miserable did be not vis
it that bank every, day and spend
an hour in ' overlooking its opera
tions with an application which
most men would call laborious.
This having been done, one may
meet, m the Wall street crowd, that
lithe and upright form and thatpo
netrating countenance which seems
just as much on the alert as when
ho was a poor clerk, r our o clock
finds him at home with a racked
mind and a weary body ; but a fine
dinner restores his tone, and after
an hour's chat ho rotires to his pri
vate office and enters into a deep
and vexatious calculation, which is
only broken off by the approach of
bed time. You may ask what it is
that keeps him busy at this late
hour. Why, he has a large number
of vacant lots which should be cov
ered with houses, and tbe plans are
before him. Ho baa very axtensive
tracts of coal land, and mining com
panies are' negotiating for thorn.
He has interests in banks, in gas
companies, and' in other stocks, and
they must be looked after ;, and if
he does not finish up . his work as
each day brings it before, him, it
will scon accumulate in a most bur
densome manner. Such, then, is
the easy life of a five million dol
Here is Vilham B. Astor, the lar
gest own' of real estate in Ameri
ca.; Do you think his life is an ea
sy one 7 WLy, be is, after all. only
a land agent, and be lives in no bol
ter style than some other land ag
ents. When I thus speak of A3tor,
I mean that bis life is devoted to
tho care of an estate, and hence be
may bo viewed merely as an agent.
This idea was ont-e neatly develop,
ed by his father. Some one, many
yeaie ago, congratulated old John
Jacob on his immense possessions.
'Sir," was the old man's reply,
"would you be willing to take care
of tbe property for your mere board
and clothes ?" The proposal was a
startling one, and the speaker seem
ed to demur. 'Well, sir," replied
Astor, "that's all I get."
William B. Astor works hard and
dresses pi inly. His appearance to
a stranger is that of mediocre res
pectability : and be might be tak
en, as be walks up Broadway, for
an old fashiened bank clerk going
home after a hard day's work. He
lives in a large bouse, built about
thirty years ago, and hence of a
style which i3 decidedly antique.
Tbe street, too,- (Lafayette place,)
is unfashionable ; and, in fact, all
the old roan has left him is hard
work and plain clothes, with just
enough to eat and drink for the rest
of his days.
Commodore Yanderbilt has vrorfc-
. - NEW- ADVi-avij w.,M rGNTH.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE FOB PUBLICATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
. ' ; DEPARTMENT OP IXSCRAXCE,
. Columbus," February 2,' 1871.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
SECURITY HSrSTJRUSTCE COMP'Y.,
Locate a at Xew York, in the State of New
with toe law of thi State relating to Fire Insurance Companies, for the cur
rent yoar, and has filed in thi office a sworn Statement, by the proper Officer
thereof, showing it condition and buiiness, at the date of such statement, (De
cember 31, 18T0.I to be as follows : .-
Amount of actual paid up Capital,
Aggregate amount of available Assets,
Ag. ain't Liabilities, (except capital,) including re-insurance,
Amount of Income for the preceding year in cash,
Amount of Expenditure for the preceding year in cash.
sial. ; name, and caused the teal of ray Office to be affixed, the day
and year above written.
JAME6 FT. GODHAN, Auditor of State.
James Catkins, .Agent, M'COXHELSVILLB, o.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S CERTIFICATE,
AS TO THE BCS1SKSS ADD ATFAIBS or THK
nsnrmtce Snmpang, af gltii)
For tbe Tear Ending
CAPITAL FULLY PAID UP,
AMOUNT OF AVAILABLE ASSETS,
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE FOR PUBLICATION.
Auditor of State's
, isU'Aaiiicni ur
It is hereby certified that the HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, located at
New York City, in the State of Niv York, has complied, in all respects, with
the laws of this State, relating to Fire and Marine Insurance Companies, for
the current year, and has filed in this Office a (worn Statement, by the proper
Offioers thereof, showing its condition and business, on the 31st of December,
1870, to be as follows:
Amount of actual paid tip Capital, , $2,5fi0,00J 00
Aggregate amount of available Assets, :...' ' 4 578,008 02
Aggregate amount of Liabilities (including re-insurance), 1,513.255 61
Amount of Income for the preceding year, 2,4t(7,308 80
Amount of Expenditures for the preceding Year, 2,335,638 18
IN WIt NEHS W HEREOF,. I have hereunto subscribed my
seal. name, and caused ifce seal of my Office to be affixed, tbe
day and year above written.
JAMES II. GODMAX, Auditor of State.
James Watkins, 'Agent, ai-CONN els VILLB.O.
York, has corfmlied. in all
December 31, ISTO.
Ohio, January 2st
ed bard for years. It is truo Mi
hours of labor arc- les Ibsu those of
such a man arf Jloses Tcylrr ; but
while engaged Lc ripples iiiui-clf in.
tensely. Ho works from fivu to six
hours a day, and then, after dinner,
drives out, and passes tho evenin?
In recreation, lie i just now buil
ding the grcatost railway dpot is
this city, nnd will hring the Har
lem and Hudson River roads into a
union, at this vast establishment
The Commodoro will work, and in
fact must work so long as his facul
ties permit ; for idleness would be
his greatest miscrv. Not only this;
but ho wishes his sons to bo work
ing men. William, the oldect, is
Vice President of the Hudson Riv
er and of the Central, and both of
his sons are business men. Corne
lius is treasurer of the Harlem road
and William is an assistant in the
Hudson River road. It is probable
that these young men will eventu
ally bo heirs to thirty millions ; but
they are bred to industry, just as if
their bread depended upon ft. In
fact, it is only industrious habits
that can keep them from rum.
They must work or perish, and
both thoir father and their grand
father have sot tbem good exam
ples. To such men, the idea of re
tirement is repulsive. Activity i
their life, nnd business is an K'ysi
um. Each day brings its excite
ments, either of loss or gain ; and
at its close they may feel tbe ploas
uro resulting from oxcrciite of the
faculties both of tho bydy and ot
the mind. -
A. T. STEWART.
This man is about the a?c of Van-
derbilt, but looks much vouncrcr. I
have seldom &eeu a man of save
five exhibit suCh freshness of
and feature. Stewart and Yandor-
bi!t are the groat rcpresentativof- of
two departments of business, the
ono a "merchant prince," the other
a "railway king." 1 presume they
seldom meet. Indeed, 1 do net know
that they have ever met.-.. Their
kingdoms are entirely distinct, and
this city shows its greatness by be
ing able easily to contain them and
still bave room. Each of these men
is compelled to work to maintain
bis supremacy. Stewart labors as
siduously from ten till four. Vans
derbili has impelling consciousness
of family vo sharpen his applica
tion ; but Stewart has neithorchick
nor child. He works out of sheer
necessity. Each of these men have
a turn for architecture ; but their
tastes differ widely. Stewart builds
two splendid marble warehouses,
and then undertakes an lmmeuso
lodging honso for girls, and also a
palace for himself in tho Fifth ave
nue. Vanderbilt, on tho othir hand,
cares noting for marble struoturo
for himself. He lives in a plain
house in a reputable locality (Wash
ington square,) end although he is
married to a young wife, this build
ing will be considered good enough.
His favorite architecture is enorm
ous railway depots. He has con
structed a number of these, and the
new one in Fourth avenue will be
the greatest of all. Stewart is now
devoting much attention to his
great retail . warehouse, corner of
Broadway nnd Tonth street. Wben
this building was commenced, ten
years ago, it waa far up town ; now
it is not far enough up by at least
a quarter of a mile, and hence eve
ry effort must be made to attract
customers. Stewart walks through
this concern two hours every day ;
and as he passes from one depart
ment to another he holds a brief
conference with its manager. His
personal appearanoe indicates care
and deep thought, but it also indU
eates perfect seli-consciousness,
One may see at a glance that such
a man is master of all the destinies
of trade. With all this, tbere is an
expression of quiet humility. He
treads lightly, speaks in a low tone;
he doos not gaze proudly around
him, but pnssee along with a se
rcno and downcast look. No one
meets his eye ; but he sees every
thing, and theso brief conferences
have afforded bim a complete
knor1g of the The!1 cenern,
Thpn he enters his coach and is
drivvn one mile down to the whole
sale hoii'-e, whore h enters his of
6,','e and spend four or five hours in
hard worlr. He roceircs such mes
as are beyond the capacity of
'iia licutonants. . Ho holds inter
course with important men. He
dictates various 'irdere to this one
or to that one, and then buoies him--elf
in profound calculations, being
guarded from irtmnion by a private
secretary. It is my opinion that,
had Stewart'beon bred to military
life, he would have been the great
est General of the age ; but I am
nflw speaking of him oulyai a wor
ker Having rrached seventy-five,
and attained-a property of from
twenty -fivo to' thirty millions, be
labors every day with asmoch ap
plication as he demands from each
of his employees. What, then, does
the reader think ot tho easy idle
ness of our rich men ?
- ftr.o - C'.ery
E. . Woodward
W. A. MATKEWS& C0,
Iteep the best of everything the market
affords in the Grocery and Provision Line I
They know just what will tickle the palates
a tile people.
And all kinds of meats sold so cheap that
it always gives their customers good appe
tites to eat. It mskes hnsgry people hap.
py, healthy and robust; drives sickness
irom the household; spoils the trade of the
Doctors and mskea every cookprend of her
table. Husbands, who have cross wives,
will always find a few cuts of
FROH THIS UOOSE A
for trouble. Its savory presence en the ta
ble always puts everybody in a good hum
or, and at the Buckeye Block is the place
to get it f Ask anybody, in the expression
of whose countenance you see jtfT BEEF
ETAK, and they can tell yon the
place. They ale keep all kinds of the ve
At the lowest price I TLey buy, r&o ; and,
what is more remarkable, tbey buy and sell
everything, from a
Cracked Ess to a Fat Steer 1 1
Oir theni a call. One Doer Enst if ZU
Shepard' wholesale Grocery, Center St.,
se. IT., isro Jaw. '
Oa the 8th dy of February, In the year
1871, the Probate Court of Morgsa county
declared the estate of Samuel Beawick, de
ceased, to e probably insolvent. Cred
itors axe therefore required to present their
claims against the estate to the nndersijrn.
ed for allowance within six (S) months I
from the time above mentioned, or tney
will not be entitled to payment.
JOHK 8. ABBOTT.
Administrator of Bamnel Beswiek, dee'd.
February 10, 18T1 Sw.
Notice is hereby given that a petition
n-ill te presented to the Commissioners of
Morgan county, at their next session in
March, A. P.. 1871, praying for the vaca
tion of a irt ef county road on the follow
ing line tiv.wit Beginning m tbe center of
the said old connty road at a big gate on
land ol James Awing in Union township ;
thence to the month of Eli Kenard's lane in
Penn township, with the exception or that
part of said rnad lying between the south,
rant corner of the land owned by Joseph
Farsons and tbe northwest corner of the
land owned by Joseph Iloopee in Marion
township. HiSY 1'ETiTioasa.
i et. 3, 1S7I iw.
. Notice is hereby given that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioners of
MiTrnn county, at their next session in
March, A. D., 1871, praying for the location
end establishment of a connty rosd on the
following line, to-wit : Beginning at the
foot of tho hill on land of Joseph Hoopes in
Marijn township, in the renter of the road
leading from Pennsville to Elliott' Cross
Koads, at or near a big gate on said Hoopes'
farm : thence running up Hoopes' ran (so
called) to the forks of said run ; thence run
ning a northwesterly course np the west
branch of said rnn t? the west lineofsaid
Hoopes' land ; thence northerly on the line
oeetwven lands of said lloopes and William
Elliott to the old county road ; thence ran
ning through land of William Strode to a
lane a little east of said Strcxlo's barn ;
thence running with said lane a piece nnd
then bearing a northwesterly course nntil
it intersects the Athens Grade Boad near
the line between Penn and Union town
ships, oa land ot tne heirs of James Hum
mel, il ST rKTlTIOKESS.
Feb. S, 18J1 4w.
Harry vs. Harry et al.
Thomas F. Hsrry and the nnlinown heirs
of John Harry deceased whose place of res
idence is onkuown, and Benjamin P. Harry
who resides in the county of Vernon in
btate of Wisconsin, will take notice that
Yf'tlliam T. IIrrr of the county of Morgan
in the State of Ohio, did on the 28th dy ot
December, A. D. 1870, file his petition in
the Court of Common Pleas within and for
the County ef Murgan in said State of Onto,
against the said Thomas F. Harry and B-u-jamin
F. Harry and many others, setting
lorth that said plaintilf in tenant is com
mon vith the said Thomas F. Ilarry and
benjamin F. Harry and othero, and that he
is seised in fee simple of the undivided one
tenth 1-101 part of the following describe 1
premises to-wit : Situate in said county of
Morgan and State of Ohio, end being tmeu
ty-four f241 acres including the School
House Lot off the North end of the following
premises: tbe aortn T est part ol tne Kortu
West Quarter of Section thirty-fonr 1541
Township eight 8, Range thirte-u 13,
containing forty-hve 45 acres more or
less, and praying that partition may be
made of said premises, and the said Thom
as F. Harry and Benjamin F. Harry and
said unknown heirsof John Harrv deceased,
are hereby notified that they an- required
to appear and answer said petition on or
before the third Saturday after the 10th
dy of March, A D., 1871.
Feb. 2, '71 Sw. , i. T. CBEW. Att'y.
3? i 1 e : R e ra edy .
Warner' I'lle Remedy bas nev
er failed (not eveo in one esse) to coe the
very worst cum of Blind Itchine or Bleed
iug I'iles Those who are affl ed -hould
immediately call on their druggist and gti
i, tor tt will, with the fiist application, in
Rtantty affird complete relief, and a few lol
lowicK applications are ot!y reqairel to
effect a permanent car--without any trouble
or inennvrnience in iw nse.
Warner's Tile Remedy is expresriy for
the Piles, ami is not recommended to cure
any other disfase. It has cured micy us
es of over ihirty yea's standing. Price One
D'diar. For sals by druggist everywhere.
"NO JMORE T
Warner') .Dipepla Tonic is
prepared expressly for Dbpcpticsaod th-jse
auir-rtng from weak Dervo with batman!
constipation. There are vary few who have
not employed physicians for years to reme
dy what this preparattoa will do to a lew
weeks hy stienglbening the nerve", enrich
ing the circn'aiion, restoring digesii o. fi-
vinjf strength menially and physically, eim-
bling tlioee who may have beeococfined for
yearg to tbeir room a invalids toagaio re
gnma their occupations sod U the duties o1
life. On? trial is sli we a-tk to enable this
remedy to recommend itself to the most
skeptic!. It is a slightly stimulating ton
Is aud splendid appetiser, it strengthen"
the stonuich nd restores tbe generative or-
ifsns and digestion to a moral healthy st(e.
Weak, nervous and dispeptie petsnnsslio'd
aie Wurnei's Pispepsia Tonic. For sale
by druggists. Price One lollar.
C o u ijr li No More
Warner Cough Italsam I
hcaiicg, softening, and expectorating. The
extraordinary power it possesses io imme
diately relieving, and eventually curing the
most obstinate eases of Coughs Colds and
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, lnfluenzt. Cat
arrh, Hoarseness, Asthma, and Consump
tion, is almost incredible. t?o prompt is tbe
relief and certain its effects, in all tbe fore
going eases, or in any affection of thelnngs,
that thousands ol physicians are daily pre
scribing it, and one an all asy that it is the
most healing acd expectorating medicine
knowa. One dose always sffords relief, and
inmost eases one 'bottle efft-cts a oure.
Sold by all dniggists, in large bottle.
Price On Dollar. It i yonr own fiinlt if
von still conch and suffer. The Balsam will
sss-W i n e o f Li fe-t
remain Vlise or tTlne ol Lite,
the most delicious beverage and tonic stim
ulant cow before the world. It is a splen
ded appetizer, free from all poisonoos drogj
or imparities, and is prepared for those re
quiring a pleasant stimulant that will brace
up tbe nerves, give tons to the whole s)
tern, asd, consequently, renew life. It is far
suaerior to Brandy. Whisky,- Wine, Bitt
ers. or any other article ever offered to tbe
pnblie, for both male and female, yoosg or
old, may take tbe Wine ef Life. It is, la
fact, a life preserver. Those who wish to
enjoy good health and a free flow of lively
spirits will do well to take tbe Wine of
Life. It is different from anything ever be
fore in ose, and m sold by druggists every-
whet e. Price One Dollar, io quart bot
Harntr'i Euimena gegue is
tbe only article known to cure tbe White,
(it will cure in every case). Where is the
family in which thi important medicine is
not wanted t ' Mothers, this is the greatest
blesai eg ever offered to yon, aad yousho'd
immediately procure it. It is also a sure
cure for Female Irregulartiee, anS may be
depended upon in every case where tbe
monthly flow baa been obstructed through
cold or disease. Bold by druggists. Pries
Feb. 3d, 1871 -It.
51 IS Ci. tLA.V . o t s .
x. cocnaHA. e. a. boxiiak.
j. r. lessAXBTixs.
SOL'TD tTEST S1DB
. . i
Dealer !'.- i
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C
Given to th
Ifla chin cry Trade.
ill SOI.E AGEJTTS jj,
in this locality for th sal ef the '
Celebrated ' .
C EE A. M P ION
;-. Mowers & Reapers,
Mower & Reaper,
. .- !f . - '
and the '."
Cook & Ifeatink Stoves
aad odd pieces of all the varieties ef Cook
stoves in tbe country ; 11 kiaHs f Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; klso Salt Kettles,
and Sslt Flanges, S.ijrKttlos, Pota, Grid
dles, Skillets, shout twenty different pst
ernsofPlow Points, Machine Castings ft
8teamboats, Saw Mills, Works, Mow
ers snd Reapers ; also Cfcst Iron Chimney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar window toral
ings, and alse rl Iron Legs for School
house Desks sn J Seats. . . -
Have constantly on hand, manufactured
their order, all manner efTia-'aro, Stovt
Manufacturers of Water Tweers, Mandrill
Swsdg't, te.i for Blacksmiths.
l'emembes the Place: " J
Soth-west Side of the Public Sire
DTI. JNO. ALEXANDER.
...... .r. OHIO.
- PERFUMERY,- '
' ' ' PAPER, AND
U articles pertaining to th -
7 He ha on hand eonstSHtly Isrye snd
extensive sv.ek at' all artielos pertaining to
the busineas, at the LOWEST mark pri
ce. A LSD ,.
B E ITTr 4. PE .4 COCK'S.
PiUent Lamp '-Shades
Fertile only .Dr- John AlexanAer. In
Merxua county. ' .' (marU.l-ttO-ly. ,
s met riiMT; bci i r .-; ''
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES H r
iirrT4cn;iB it '
J E SPENCER &CO.
Of N. Y., which re now offered to the
public, are pronounced, by all the csiebra
ted Opticians of the World ta be the .
N'aural, Artificial help to ib human eyt
CTer known. 'J bey are ground aader their
own supervision, from minute Crystal
Pebble, melted together, and deme tbeir
name, '-Diamond," on account pt tbeir
bartlnea-i and brUlianey. - .
The Scientific. Principle
Oa wbirb they ara constructed brings the
core or center ot tbe lens directly i front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as ia tbe natural, healthy siht, aad
preventing1 all unpleasant sensations, tucb
A glimmering and wavering of sight, du
ijnss, ate, pocoliar to all others in use. -Tbey
are moasted ia tbe Finest Man
ner, In frames ol tbe best quality of all ma
terials nsed for that purpose, ibeir finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
GAbTION'. None genuine sokes
bearing their trade stark stamped oa every
lrame. . i. t
II. B. TI!SCEXTjt BRO.,
Jewelers and Opticians, are auk agent
or ilctjonnelsviiie, uiuo, from whom tMy
can only be obtained. Ibe&a good are
not supplied to Pedleri at any price.
Jane 3. J878 ly.
TAB SPLENDID STE.IEI .
FTarvst Darusctox, Captain, .
Will make regular weekly trip be
tweeo Zanesville and Pittsburg, a
follows: Leavea Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
oa Tuesday morning; and, return ing,
leave Pittaburg on Saturday erenirigs,
at 6 a fiocK.
Anjnst 19th. 1"? 3m.
UEIUIAX SITTERS, fcc.
Hoofland's German Bitters,
HOOFLASD'S M TOSIC
Fmnl br Dr. C M. Jaelowa. Pulled.hAla.
TlMir Inuodsetkw Into this coanuy fruai berauaf
scarred in 1835. " -
Tbty Cared Yeur Fathers and Uothera
Aad win ear yoa sad yonr efctldraa. They ere en
tirely dlnrent from the winy je iJaTSii"ns
the country lM liiltftm T.te. 1 her
ann pmonmiwaaorsojiblii!- liketUeai; auisoo
aat,Taliable awaicuies. Tuajf
Te fnatttt taota rimJLat)r
Lirer Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Hervous Debility, Jaundice.
Diseases of the Kidneys.
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
tad alt Disease arising fcom Disordered Uver,
S:uDMck,-or - - -
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Constlnstlon, Plsleteoee. Tnirsnt Piles, Talnes ef
Stood io tue Uul, acWUi of the Slomaeb, Hs
' soa. llMrt-burn. llivit f. Food, Fillnees ot
Weirtit in ihe Scornac'i. Soar Bructa-
UoiK, Sink in or H-.Morlug at the
P1l of tUe 8liiirh, dwioiiiuug or the
Momd. Hiirrtwl DISIenH Brsathhir. Flntter- .
U at Iha Heart. Cooking or ttulfocauSK boss
Uncs wb iif.r; TMstrre.Dhansji of iTtjl0,
. IX ar Wens lxre the aiyht. Mill Fain la U
limi, D-iencf ot PerH'iralloo. Yeilowuee
' of the 9k!u snd P.vcs. J'atn io tit Side.
' Baca, etwrt. I.imhe. etc. Haddj-o
T-ufhw ef H. Burulnjr la Ihe iarh.
Ceasuat Imwtiiinx or Evil snd Ureal Depres
sion of apirits.
8 CUw liei. THvn Y Lur sr Wewflss
OrooM, wmMitti lufM Xiao.
PcofTand's German Bitters
Is enre)r veeotsble. n ennulnsno Htiaor. It I
sconipoond of P.tiid Bxtracrs. TUe ItiKjts. nerbj.
a4 Badw fren which Uieee Kxtrerta are mi.sre
rathered Crow Harmsei. all the Metlicai irui- re
eatrocttd from Ilium by a M-iwillHc cliemKt. Ts
extract ere tw frmiM U. this cenulry to b
xpfwwtr fiM-taemanufmrlurrof Uice BiUefa. 1 !mfs
i .u..: viai..rn ot an kit-d um m t-
I Buntiu- Ihe Hilterr, hice H Is '! "iy ittar. Ilt
i.a be oaed la case wImc alcvtmUc (lloulaats mi
' ' "I Hoonand's German Tonic
hi eemklnsuAa al! trie tnjrrlanla of ihe B.ra.
Willi rvnm Saaia Ontr Rum, fnne. etc. It Is ud
tor the earn alaesae s the r.itwrs. i raao. -h.-.
ana pur alcniiulu: sllmalas l fqntwl j ,u
bear la miiid Uiat ih remedtea nm emtretr diffr
M fnim any oll.an.a.trrtll ftir llwtrureef !l- (!
aaaea DUKd. ibaM heinf sdeulillc jK-.oar.aoi.. !
rlicsl axlraata. wl.il the others sr nirro il-c-5wsoniiamef.tH.
The TONIC l rteelfle.lly
ana of Um laael plwant auH i;rBalle rtwad. .
onvrad to ihe yVic. Tta '-io I" eiqn. io. It i a
phwnn tc. las il. while it Itfc-elwx. wxhHsratins.
iui autdletoal qaalltles have cauacd It to ku mtwi ae
IMgresteelaf all hoult- .
TStr e ao sadlstee eqnal i MnnttMri' Garwiaa
inane Toeie ta eaaa of lvblluy.. Taay part
kaa sad !r to the whole ..n .tr .h. Um
Mietlle. cajwa an anjoyment ot IhaftuJt. '"' ihe
InaMil to )( !. purify the kloed. (ir-a
It tha era. imi.rt a hi.wm I" Ihe ekevfcs.
akanh,- tw.iM.ot trm atwral-.aai-vM. ciai4
aa Aervir. !"' . f fJit-fcteit. sawtt. sn
Xiti ud lalleate CIl&a ara Kais
by usirj tie BiViers Twir.
tubs sjtxr' n t . .
: Itoait Jtloo l JFMltr
ewer knowa. snd win enre itT rea-it , oia
bad blaert. Keep Toar hfcsd paiw: keep yu lirer ia
orUtr : keep yoor dijrealW orai!a in a imhiL kaaitkj
eondltien. t) Uie i of tlie reniBiiei". aud no
aa will ever mill ton. The kot taea ia Uie cmb
Itt raeoiaauiiHi tlx au If year ef fevscat rcpeUIiaa
ft lot aaytkinjyus aiaat try liier-j prciarauous.
Uae tha SaUowta was sever before offend ia Wesali
any ateileiaal piaawralltta: ."- '.
'IIOS. GROIIGS W. WOODWARi,
CTilaf Jnetlee al ah ti. ax Onart ef PranaylTsnia,
Pnuusi.rwi', Vartii IS, 196T.
- I IM "TfoHlaad'e 4riaw Hiir"l s r'" lutsle,
fill ia dins l ef Ui dlKeartT ucvaue. arid of craal
-bawlt ia caraa or dahllii sail aaniuf aurroos sctioei
ia th ajptens. Turs uii't.
-.-T... nOX. JAMUS TUOlirSO;-?
Jnotlre of tha Supreme Canrt of F.irteylaia.
1 coaiioer " Hnollawi's iierniau U.Uctj' a laluauie
amtiriueln ea- nf iii-kof hidienin or Pya
eaaia. 1 eaa rartWV I Ota from My experience f iL
VA'eurs, aita r.. . JAlk IliWiirSUM. )
ITO. OKOTtGE SlfATlSWOOn
'-: Jmtlc of Ike Sep rm Cnerf of fennylTsnla.
PHTT..rMw.rtft.i. .Tnne y. ttt.
I hare foanit exporieocu that " HaoSand1 iter
msa Bitter" la s gooA tonic, rcliciuic djfpepti
- : .- HON. WM. F. KOGERS.
llayor l the city of Puffalo, V. T.
. Mitoa Orric. Bern.. J
I hare card liafjii't'fiermn Puleraaiid Tunis"
fnBT nirnily dnrirxthe pa rear, snd can iwch.
ai.sxl Ihaio eean aioalw loriie. Iiawlmjr W and
Tlror to tLe .,tm. a The.r use kW.n urodocUre
of decided! bcoeficial cflta-ls. . .VI X. T. llOUEKa.
l!ON. JAMES ir. 'WOOl,
: -Z.ifayeTrTfininarport, Vrem.tTaBla.
' ? tke rat nlaaeara Hi rmwme.',lii " riooaa s
Touic to say owe wee mmj wm aaitm.
i. i . -
rMta. laaa-Oie IV-rr-! e sny II !"
cuible s keepny lowi siy slomacb. stid 1 he
came so walk a. out to ba shl. h wsik half a Ktie.
T-. botU-. of Tooi. effd .jpjjg D.
Tfonffsad s Oermaa Hrralts are ron4erfaild.
Te recalne hra the sliatiire nf C. !W. Jaekaois
oa Um front of tha "i.ila ni.r of tack boll. e
ud iba aux of the arUan Ukrwu ta rack butUa. AU
there are couatertsiL . . : ..
Prlee ef Bttwra, $1 .00 r kettle ;
Or. it hair tr a.OO.
rrlee ToaU, l.0 per battle ;
Or, swamlf 4za far 7.SO.
1-J.a Twana i Mf SM Qr1 floUU.
Reeolleet test it to lr. HooSsad s "
ataTat are sr. anirerl!y ul sJ f-'t
nea Jed - aaU do aut allow the dmrsUu uA von
hh aeTtWs elae st he way ss is jnt a rwl,
bJota" k,TnV..J.Tl prnfit on (V T!.W mna
dSTw!llheeatbrexpe.vosi.y totality apoa ap-
ailcatloa ta the i '
PRI.CI rA-Ij . OFFICF,
AT THS GBUOIAN MEDICINE bTOKS,
. . JTaMl JUtCB MTKKMT.yhUmdMfhiM.
CHAS. M. BVAHS, - Proprietor;
(Termerly C. M. JACKBOS ra)
Tkeaerawiewleesntlk.rsate hr lrasiia,torekoen.
ra. aa ldi-i"e Haulers everywhere. -cav-rv.
not fnwa. ia rjinwi wri! V-rtzie j
a. a eena, terai ibewuauie. . -
i iFsss saasasi