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r ; irCONHELSVILLE : ' -FRIDAYj
. . .. . . Feb. IT, I8T1.
CongTess has passed a law granting!
Pensions to surviving enlisted and
drafted men, including Militia and
Volunteers, who served Sixty Da)i
" in -the War of 1812, and to the turviv-
ing widows of sach soldiers. ' '
Those who know themselves entitled
' to receive the benefit tof the Act, will
do well-to call cpon. the undersigned,
who had in his possession the proof to
ernable many of the -old soldiers (or
their widows)of this ;ounty to procure
pensions. His terms are reasonable.
; ... - - J AS. M. GAYLOBD,
Febl7,'71.' - McConmels villa, 0.
Attention, Community t
' The' partnership existing between
il.. n A : m. I 1 .V c
wuv ... ... .ftIG lit UJ UMJiQ
ef D. H. Mortley A Co., will expire, by
May, next. -
jilt persons knowing themselves m
i dtbted, are respectfully requested to
- mase settlements with V. H. Mortley
" previous to that date. The stock on
nana -will te eiosed out lor cash or
produce, cheap. ' No new accounts
- opened. ' f. II.. MORTLEY,
' : . J W PIVkkRT; i
Teb. 9, m4n.
Thb Presbyterian Festival, on Tues
day evening, tootc m ES7.
Harper's JJazaar, just the thing
lor the Ladies, is received.
' Hot. Richard Staxtos is at home in
attendance on his wife who is danger
ously ill. "
Notices, Insurance Cards, and Calabar
Eepobt3 from, the Blue i "Rock
"Lodge wt.Good Templars, lately or
ganized, -are. Tery flattering.
Wk are informed that S2, instead,
of 90, members were ad dud to the
LyUoshtirg Jl. E. Church, daritg
the; recent, protracted meeting
there. . -'
- Thb Pittsburgh Christian Advo
cate speaks out plainly and unequi
vocally for Prohibition, and advis
es all Christians to go to work and
help the new party to prosper and
i ' ' ui j -
- ? J, IT: Tract it the agent, for this
County, for the People's Literary
Companion, and gives away to each
subscriber a., .beautiful. Steel Piute
engraving worth more than the
price of the paper. - lie is also sell
ing Allen's Washing Chemical Com
pound. . -
We have uo change to note in the
home markets. Butter is retailing at
20 cents per pound; eggs at 20 en ts
per dozen ; wheat is worth $1.10 at the
;mills. ' Flow $5.50 a barrel and f 1.75 a
sack"; corn is not to. be had at any
price, and potatoes are retailing at f I a
J bushel, or 30 cuts a peck. Groceries,
Pork and Bee'' are at the old prices.
? Bfft little was done at the Rail
Koad ileeting last Saturday, be
yond organizing the Committee.
. , 2Ir Bbery was- made chair
man, and fter .an interchange of
thought manifesting considerable
interest in .Railroad matters, the
meeting adjourned to be called to
gether again at a future time by
- j; "Bzv., Jonas Abraham Davis,- a
converted Jew, and a superannua
ted Baptist Clergyman, lectured in
the Town Hall on Monday evening.
His lecture is spoken of as having
been well worth - Anyone's hcuring.
Rev.' Da via is selling a Look of his
own authorship, in which he sets
forth the reasons for his conversion
to the Christian faith, and also ma-
- . . - a - ,
ii j uLuur mailers ui interest reia
tive to Judaism.
-; F&ou EaisTou Ambrose J . Law
rence furnishes us with the follow
ing items from Bristol Township:
The Christian Church is holding
-i TrniTurt-iA znAHtmir fit - A?nftnn-
burgh under the direction of Evan
gelist Dunn. ,
The protracted meeting recently
fClosed at Mt. CArtuel Church, Rev.
j' Mi Woodward pastor, reeul--tod
in adding thirty new members
to theChnrch. ' . ' '
'.', Samuel Roberts, an olJ citizen of
CVCUlBg, LUK I III lUtk, ngcu UVUl
&i years, lie was buried at the
Blue Rock Church Cemetery, in
Muskingum County, on the follow
in!? Wednesdav. . '
v o -. - - rf - .
Matthew Scott, died on the 28th of
December lost, of consumption,
aged about 22 years. She was a
member 'of the - Presbyterian
Miss Rebecca Roberts, daughter
of the i late John Roberts, died at
the residence of her brother, Mo-
( T . I. . . it. . na.L .
January last, of consebtion of the
brain, aged about 40 years.
. ' Mrs.: Sarah . Garrett, wife of
George Garrett, died on the 26tb of
. December last, of - consumption,
aged about CO years. She was a
native of the State of Maine, and
came to this County about tne year
1834, settling in Bristol Township,
and residing there up to the data
of her decease. She was a member
of the Methodist.; Church during
the last teu years of her life. She
J eaves a husband acd five grown
children and many friends.
If we had one or two such jnen
as Mr. Lawrence in every Town
ship in the County, there would be
no difficulty in our making the
Conservative a model local paper.
- Bend in for publication - all mat-
ers of local inaportiace or iaterest.J
f Ja" Cakr, formerly of this
County, but now of Noble, but who
still owns some real estate in this
County, says he will make a dona
tion of one hundred dollars to the
Dayton and Mineral Region R. R.
whenever it is built and in running
order to McConnelsville; also, that
when the road is extended on
through the County, he will donate
five hundred dollirs more to the
road; and, further,- Mr. Carr says
that he stands ready to mortgage
real estate for the fulfillment of
these pledges at any timo. , If
our property owners generally,
would follow Mr. Carr's example-, it
would not be long before we would
have a railroad.
A Good Idxa. Some of the mem -bers
of our County Board of Agri
culture are contemplating laying
before the Board, at its nexi meet
ing, a proposition to offer premiums
for rat-killing within the borders of
the County. The proposition Ts to
give thirty-five dollars to the per
son who kills the greatest number
of rats within a given time, twenty
five dollars to the person who kills
the next greatest number, twenty
dollars to the next, fifteen dollars to
the next, ton dollars to the next,
and five dollars to the next proof
of number claimod to bo killed to be
made on the oath of the party, an J
the exhibition of the tails of the to
be defunct rata. .Every one at all
acquainted with the devastation
wrought by these useless pests, will
certainly agree that this plan of
lessening their number is commen
For the Conservative.
Me. Edito: Witnessing effects,
one atsks for the causes. To-day,
whi!e thinking, I fell into a quan
dary. Will somebody help me out?
The question came to my mind,
why are men so eager for religious
controversy?" Is it bocause the
think certain prevalent errors ruin
men temporarily and eternally T
My mind, for an instant, was satis
fied with this suggestion, but then
the enquiry came, is it so? Some
men think thns; hence all their love
of truth, all their benevolence and
sympathy bind to resist and, if
P'jsaible, destroy errors they deem
to be dangerous and damning.
2Are u cause enough for aspault.
Ifagood man learns that a fiend in
human shape is slowly but surely
destroying bis neighbors with poi
son, tc expose bis nefarious endea
vors is clearly duty. '
But suppose one does not believe
errors can be thus ruinous, what
can lufluenco him to write or alter
his philippic? Ii all crrors,at the
very worst, are but temporarily, if
at all, injurious, why are the brist
les so ready to rise ? What can the
cause be? Mere my feeble mind is
Why become , fierce in dispute
with a poor .Methodist, when, to all
Appearances despite his errors too
he lives as comfortably a our
selves in this world, and is aUo sure
be happy hereafter? If the train
is going . aiiiTignt ana til will
arrive at their desired . destination
any way, why not let the passen
gers sleep on undisturbed?
: Can it be that we dispute to vin
dicate the truth ? What's the use,
when practically itis of so little
importasce whether we hold truth
or falsehood ?
Can it be to exalt the mercy of
God? It looks some like this : If
it is mercy to take to Koaven pious,
sensible, truth-loving people, it is
equal mercy . to - take a . blinded,
wicked Presbyterian there. But,
says one, all are punished to the
full extent of their wrone-doincr.
hence we must rescue these wretch
es from error and sin, and thus save
them from punishment. , May-be
so 1 Only modesty ; would bo so
humbie in debate I But .where is
the mercy of God ? Is he a kind
father relentlessly using the raw
hide on his erring, repenting boy
till every delinquency is suffered
for? And does he then pat the
bleeding shoulder atd sy, "I gra
ciously forgive" 7 -
Beside, I am perplexed on anoth
er point hero. Would a Methodist
brother sin any the less if won
over? . He, ignorantly perhaps,
thinks salvation is only for obedient
believers. Should we convince
him that he will be saved any way,
would he live any better than now?
Baffled on every hand, my mind
asks, can it be men will- enter the
arena to make a stir in the com
munity and win a name? Oris it
possible that the motive is to tear
down other churches selfishly to
build up one's own?
Here's my difficulty : If we are
ali going to Heaven, why wrangle
about the road we shall. travel?
Will somebody explain and
oblige yours, PERPLEXED.
McConnelsville, Feb. 16,1871.
The GoivM Aax is the title of
Theodore Tnton's new paper, pub
lished every Wednesday, in New
York City, and is devoted to the
Free Discussion of all Living Ques
tions in Church, State, Society, Lit
erature, Art, and Moral Reform.
Mr. Tilton has retired from the In
dependent and tbe Brooklyn Daily
Union, and will hereafter derote
his whole editorial labors to The
Golden Ago- . Price, three dollars a
year in advance. Address Theo
dore Tilton, P. O. Box S,848, Now
For the Conservative.
More about the "Singular Circumstance."
IfcCosi'KLS'nLts, Ohio, )
Feb. 15th, 187L J
Ed. Coxssrvativs : I thank you for
your indulgence once more. I have
inquired into the "Singular Circum -
stance." Letters, up to date, have been
received by me from Rev. A. Getty, K.
P. Boyle, and Miss Emaline Taylor,
the eirl that went into a trance. The
two latter are open to inspection, the
former I give you, as it contains sub -
stantially the other two, only the oth-
r side of the question, and respectful
ly request you to publish the same in
full. I should not have again asked
your indulgence had it not been that
it is asserted that the author of the ar
ticle published is truthful, or words to
that effect. This matter has been dis
agreeable to me,- and I shall not again
appear in print on this subject unless
forced to. I offer no comment, Ieav-
j mg tne canaiu reauer iu uran uw unn
. t j . j i .:
J. P. McLANE.
SALTSBURG, Feb. 13th, 1871.
Rrv. J. r. McLasb :
Dear Bro: I received yours of the
6th instant, and also the copy of the
Conservative. My knowledge of the
circumstance to which you allude, and
which was first published in the Pitts
burgh Christian Advocate, enables me
to say that there it tome truth in what
is published under the caption "Singu
lar Circumstance.'.' But in saying this
I desire you to know, a-i all who read
the article, that three-fourths at least,
of all that is there set forth as true, is a
fabi ication of lies. In the firet place it
is stated that the Universalis a com
pany of them) "met each evening in a
house near by for the purpose of dis
cussing their doctrines of belief," ic,
"and that the opposition became ve
ry violent on Sabbath evening." Now
this is untrue and can be proven by
those who are neither in sympathy
with Universalists nor Methodists.- It
is stated "the Pastor was ordered to
erase the names of some of their young
people from the Church records." This
may be true ; but they were not Uni
versalist parents.- It is stated that with
the exception of Miss Taylor and her
mother, all the rest of the family were
either members ot . the Universalist
Church or stro'igly in sympathy with
their doctrines. This is not truo.
The father is not in sympathy with U-
niversalists, and it is well known that
Miss Mary Taylor, the eldest daughter,
is s member of the H. E. Church, and
in full sympathy with that faith, and
was at the mourner's bench with her
sister Emaline at the same time. They
had united with the Church some two
or three years before this, but had
en from Grace. It is stated that she
"took no nourishment whatever for
seven days." It is known and acknowl
edged here that she took milk and su
gar mixed together, on Tuesday, and
her father believes it was continued.
On Tuesday M r. Henry Taylor, a
brother or the little girl, and who had
joined the Universalist Church some
three weeks before, was sent for, and
on entering the room where she was
lying he was enjoined by a Methodist
lady, a Miss Thompson, that "she was
giving the Universalis ts fits." Up to
this time Mr. H. Taylor, though atten
ding their meetings, had said but very
little. There were no other Unirers.
alists there at that time except a Mrs.
Kelly, who had said, after hearing the
sermon on the 2nd Sabbath evening,
"that it was enough to. put any person
eraiy that believed it." 4 --
Mr.' II. Taylor says (and, by the way,
he is one of those young men we can
believe), when he approached her she
had het eyes partly open.. . lie said to
her, "Emaline, do you know me ?"
To this she made no reply, but in about
ten minutes spoke in a low tone of
of voice and said, f'There is a helL"
Mr. Taylor asked her if she could s ee
into it. She answered, "No, the door
is shut." " She also said sh "saw large
letters on the door." He then asked
her if she Saw heaven- She said she
did, and that there were ten thousand
times ten thousand there. - She then
commenced naming those she knew.
After naming some five or six pcr3ons
that were deceased, .. including- her
two little sisters, all being relatives of
the family, Mr. Taylor asked her if she
saw a Mr. Kuhns, ' Henderson, Dean
and a Miss Ann Smith, there' ? She
said she did, dressed in white. ' She
spoke of these without any signs of sur
prise' or delight. She also spoke to her
brother of a Mr. Thomas, of whose
death she had heard before, but said
nothing of Mr. White.. She also re
quested her brother to chase Alexand
er Woods out of the room ; (this was a
colored boy that lived near Wbite's
station,) and being told ' there was no
such person in the room, she insisted
there was. The statement ia reference
to Mr. White being a Presbyterian
Minister is true. But he never was
Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of
SalUburg. and of course did not resign
his charge for another in Ohio. It is
stated that she was not acquainted
with the fact of his 'death. . This is un
true. She learned this in the family
of Mr. John McXalips before the meet
ing commenced. She requested her
father to come and get on the boat
quickly ki he would be lost, saying
that "the boat was running back and
forward from shore to shore, and it
was run by Christ himself 1"
The father denies having said "that
if it turned oul as she said (with refer
ence to her coming back) he would be
lieve all she' would say concerning a
' It is true that a large number of
persons were gathered on Sunday eve
ning to learn tbe sequel ; but, they
were not permitted to enter the
She ws taken home on Monday,
much "debilitated, scarcely able to
walk alone when passing through the
hour the was seen Catching for the
chairs to steady herself.
In addition to the above, I would
state that there are several rumors a-
broad, one of which came to my ears
on Sunday, which was, that a Univers-
alist rose in one of their meetings to
oppose the Ministers and was strioken
down with a fit. This circumstance
has created in rich- excitement in this
community. But the last circumstance
j (namely, the untrcthfol 'statement
1 made in the article published,) is the
most remarkable, and is now creating
the most incitement. J. have met none
yet who has read the article and has
any knowledge of the circumstance but
i says it is false and slanderous. They
j even say themselves that it contains
whatis untrue, .They .are not willing
to giro the paper to outsiders to read.
The publishing of this article is an un
fortunate circumstance for the cause
of Methodism in this community.
. And now in conclusion, as we are
willing te stand over' the above state
ment, you may use this in the way
you think best. You will please send
this statement, or a copy of it, to the
office of the SUr, and let an article be
published in reply, and I will have it
copied in the different country papers.
You can do the same. Let me hear
from you as soon as convenient. '
ITev DmcovsaT. Recent explora
tions in the tropical wilds of Africa
have brought to light some products of
the vegetable kingdom, possessing re
markable and valuable medical prop
erties. The Calabar Bean, till lately
unknown to botanists, is about the siie
! of a chestnut, of beautiful mahogany
color, hard and polished surface. It is
used as an ordeal by the natives, and
in lieu of J udge and jury. The crimi
nated person is compelled to swallow
a certain number of pul veriied beans,
which, if he survives, he is pronounced
innocent beyond all doubt. 1 he ox
tract of this bean, when applied to the
eye, possesses the singular power of
contracting the pupil almost to the size
of a pin's point the effect lasting only
a few hours, and beini; exactly oppos
ite of that produced by belladonna.
It is unlike any other substance known
on this account, it is an invaluable
article in the hands of the oculist. But
as a cure for Manut, or locked jaw,
heretofore considered equally formida
ble and fatal with hydrophobia, it has
been found to be of inestimable value,
already warranting the classification of
this disease as curable.
This medicine produces its effect
through the medium of the great nerve
centres, and especially of the spinal
The Calabar Grains, also latelv in
troduced Into this country, and sold in
membraneous pouches as a popular re
medy, have the size and appearance of
apple seeds, are tasteless and inodor
ous. Though somewhat modified by
preparation, they are found to be nerve
tonic, improving nerve force and phys
ical vigor, giving tone to diges'ion. as
sisting in the elimination of bile and
effete matter. ' Being moderately ape
rient and pleasant to take, they are
certain to supplant an immense'am
ount of drugs, and take their place as
a valuable household remedy and pre
ventive of disease. Thev are found to
prevent and cure that clasa of difficul
ties fof which temporary relief is so of
ten snnght in pills and physic, vis:
sick headache, indigestion, constipa
tion, billiounness, and certnin impuri
ties of the blood. As in the case of
the Calabar Bean, we are again rewar
ded for and encouraged to continue
he search for all onr remedies fresh
from nature's own laboratory, nrepar
ed with more exquisite perfection and
adaptability than by any mortar, cruc
ible, or alembie. " T
XSTThe best WRITING PAPER
is sold at Adair's Book Store.
Jgf Ladies, don't lei another leech past
over yovr heads without examining thost el'
egant "German Fitch" Furs I Only one
sett left worth $25 fnr 820, at Stone's.
Of all kinds, constantly kept in
stock at ADAIR'S Book Store.
IS ELGIN Watches. now at
S-Choico CLOTHES BRUSHES
HAIR BRUSHES, and COMBS, at
Adair's Book Store. -
tt. A few more setts of those cheap
FURS left. Bound to sell them, and
close out the stock in season. . Call at
I-Splendid POCKET BOOKS
always kept in full stock at Adair's
Book Store, and selling very chenp.
WILL CURE COLDS Si COUGHS and
ALL Diseases of the Lungs. Sdd on
ly by Stone. " - . . '
'Of the best mattes, are sold at A
sair'b Book Store.
C55- Looking Glass Plates, of a fine
quality, inserted in all frames or
framed to order, at
EQ.A large stock of new uhd late
styles of WALL PAPER at Adair's
should be in every family during this
changeable weather; only $1 at Stone's.
S Pictures framed to order in
GILT Rosewood and .Rustic Molding at
BA&. Ask the Old Citizens who have
used DUNCAN'S EXPECTORAN 1' a-
bout its value for a dry, hacking cough.
Try it. It will do you good. For sale
at Stone's. . '
EjTfc, Gentian silver &yoottff, of
the best qualitv and at very low rates,
tgy-For the best'l JiAD PENCILS
you must go to Adair's Book Store.
t-Go to Adair's Book Store for
the best and cheapest Gold and
Steel PENS. .
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in 27.
York, Indiana, Illinois, and other States,
for persons from any State or County, legal
everywhere ; desertion, drunkenness, non
support, etc., sufficient cause ; no publici
ty. Ko charge until divorce is obtained.
Advice free. Address,
MOOBE RICHARDS OW,
. Counsellors at Law,
189 Broadway, Kew York City.
Jan. , 1871 ly,
it-Tho BEST investment a matt
can make these hard times,' of a dol.
lar, is to put iato DR. DUNCAN'S EX
PECTORANT. J. B. STONE.
SS.Splondid, large lot of NEW
ROOKS, at Adair's Book Store.
They have a larger stock and great
er variety than was ever before ex
hibited in this place.
A. F. Whissaa vs. Henry JT. Newman.
Kotic ts hereby givea that I will oSVr for
saleatpablie auction mt the door of tbe
Court House in McConnelsville, on
Tuesday, the 3rd day of
at twelve o'clock, M., of leid day, the fol
lowing described roalnstnte situate in Mor
gan county and Stale of Obio, to-wtf r
Lot So. twenty-eight (26), in Sunhorn's
third Addition to the town ..T Stockport.
Taken as tbe property of !yV. New
man on an execution in furor of A. F.
Wbissen, and issued by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the county of Morgan aim
Suleof Ohio, and to ins directed aa Sheri.i'
of aid county. . Appraised at $ .
Terms cash. -
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff M. C. O.
J. T. Cw, Attorney for Plaintifl'. .
February 17, 1871 5 w.
SherlB' s Sale on .Mortgage.
John Uoyt . vs. Basil L. Medley, Matthew
. . .. McCall, et. al.
By virtue of an order t sell, and to me
directed, from tbe Court of omnmn Pirns
of Morgan County, Ohio, in tbe above en
: tilled action, I will offer for sale nt public
auction, at tne floor ot me uourt i.'ouse in
AleConnetTTille in said county ot Morgan.
Cn Friday, the It!i lsj of
' March, A. O.,
at one o'clock, T. M.. of saM day, (he
following real estate situate in said couuty
of Morgan and State f Ohio, to wit:
Being a part of fractional section number
three (3) Township number nine (9) Kergc
number twelve (12) and bounded as follows:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of Biid
fractional section, thence runniuc with tho
'South boundary line thereof East 161.SS
poles te the corner ot Jonn Henry s lot,
thencerunningwithsaid Henry's line X. 15
fast 67 is poles to a stone, thence 2.40
pole to the East boundary line of said
fractional section, thenco Vuuulng North
21.&2 poles to a stone and corner of the Jo
siah Ward lot, thence running with said
Ward's lineand line of William Saltkeid's
West 180.6 poles to a stone on the West
boundary line of said Section, thence run-
ning witb said West line 88.52 poles to tho
place of beginning, containing 95 40-10H
acres, be the same more or less, Appraised
at $2800. Tertua cash. . '
A. D. HAVENER, BH'ff of M. CO.'
John E. Henna. Atty.
Feb. 17lh 1S7I 5w.
NATURE'S OWN REME'DY,
1 5 being readily accepted by ttose of every
medital creed, ue affording a hippy substi
tute for too active or unreliable infdicaUor.,
and offensive doses. Tbe introduction ol
the only known Nerve "Tonic apt-rieatin
pleasant sod acceptable, form, stands con
spicuoualy as the greatest addition to mod
ern medicine. They are at oixe tiie pre
veota:ies as well as cure fur for a class of
ailments, from which the great mojoriiy ol
persons are at times, made uiiserabii1. un
happy, and physically and mentally IneSc-h-ui.
Impairment of nerve force results us
ually from inattention (sometimes from ne
cessity) to common sense health rules, sr.d
is followed by Lethargy, Dyspepsia, Cous
tipation, Impure blood, Irregularities, off
ensive breath and sallownew of Complex-!
ion. Their action ou ibe Nervous System
can account for their mild and passive
efficacy in a variety of ailnKtits of such
apparent diversity ol origin and character.
Under their eflect digestion and assimila
tion are promoted, tbe excretion of worn
ont material in the blood ia agisted and the
brain acts vigorously, as if under the effect
of a stimulant.
The Calabar Grtic are the afjropri.rts
remedy for the Literary, sludious and the
brain working claw-, and those unable or
disinclined tor sufficient physical exercise,
and who are usually "blillous." T!;cy are
the favorite medicine of tbe ladies; tbey
are the preventive and cure of nausea
and headache of those voyaging; child
ren can take them ; they are now the
"ounce of preventative;" they aro safe,
mild and effectual; they era apple
seed like, tasteless and inodorous.
Furnished iu membranoous pouches
containing 75 to 80 grains or seeds. If
not for sale at the nearest Druggists,
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Grains
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
If I'SIX ESS CAR OS.
W.R. IIELLYif. M.
Wav be found at his office on
TIIE SOUTII-vVEST CORA'CR
or tub ,
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business. '
H. X,. TRTJ1C,
Physician & Surgeon,
s M'CONNELSVILLE, GHfO,
Treats all forms of acute and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to, and charges
reasonable. OFFICE : Next door to the
Adams Uouse, on Center street, where be
will be found wbea not professionally (imag
ed. fFeb. 3d, 1871.
HOW LOST, IIOYV RESTORED.
ac Just oubiihsd, a new edition
ofDr. Culverwell's CaU-brated
Essay on the Radical Cure
(without medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Se
minal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Los
ses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fit, induced
by salf-induleencs or sexual extravagance.
EsVPrica, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in tVs admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
yesra' successful practice, that tbe alarm -ing
consequences of self-abuse may be rad
:.llw .iimjI willinnt tha d&nrAKn4 ffse of
intern al medicine or tbe application of tbs
knife ) pointing out a nWe of cure at Once
simple, certain, and effectual, by menctof
waicn every souerer, no matter wuat uis
condition may be, may eirre bimelf cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
p&" This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the laud.
Bent under seal, in a plain envelops, to
any address, postpaid, on recsiptof S cents
or two postage stamps.
Also, ur. culverweii s Marriage uumc
pries 24 cants.
Address the Publishers,
Cnas. J. C. Kline It Co-.
12T Bowery. Ksw York, T. 0- Boxi58S
Sheriffs Sale ou mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Tsgsrt vs. James
Carter, et al.
By Virtue of an Order to Sell,' and to me
directed from the Court of Common Fleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, ia 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 32nd nay or
February, A. D., IVM,
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day, the fol
lowing described rcu! estate, situate in
Windsor township, in the county of Mor
gan, and Stntn of Ohio, lo-witr One hund
red and seventy aere lof, number 110S. in
section number thirtv (30). township eight
loj.oi ranpe eleven ( 11 S excepting; twenty
aorta conveyed lo Alexander Wallace by !
Joints Curtor, audleseribed as follows, to-
wit: beginning al the Iiortli-woet corner 1
of said lot, th'nce East to the second tr.lly j
stake on the Windsor rend, thence South to I
i the South 1 in of said lot, thrnce ruuuirg
j North to tbe North-weal corne: of said lot i
to tho place of beginning. Second, a!v lot j
; cumber Oj.in Miie lot number 24, in town-I
' ship eight (a), cf range eltrou (11), coj- j
' t.iining or.e hundred ccre. Third, lof
twenty one wyes and foTlyfi ve humire.rl'.a
of an sere, beinjr a part of lot number 11 M, j
township eijrht (8). and rantre eleven ill).
Vourth. also seventy -five acres, more nr '
lfs, iu lot nuinoer 4, in- toTish'p eiot
8), and mr.e eleven (11) ell of which t
laud is in tne 01. 'S Crnipany's purchase.
Appraised at T.-rms.'cash.
A. V. HAVKrKR, Sheriff of M. C, 0.
' .loan E. Han, Attorney.
January 10, 1871 5w.
feleiin"s Sale ou ioa-(gajt.
Fleming Ctev vs. Yandivrr Sott, et. nx.
By virtue of an order to sell ami to me
directed I mm the Court of ton. rum I'lea of
Morgan county, Cbio, in the above entitled
action, I will otter lor sale at public auo
tion at the door of tho Conrt llunso ia 3uC
Cunnelsvilie, iu said county, on
Monday, the 131 li day 6f
at oao o'clock, P. M., of said day. the fol
lowing described real estate situate in
AVinlor township in the county of Morgan
and Stute of Ohio, to-wit :
All that east part of Lot 2fo. 1111, section
So. thirty (3u), township Ko. eight (8), of
range Xv. eleven (11), that lies eut of the
divisiou line fence between John Wallace
sndJ.tmes Wallace in improvements on
snid Lot contaruic eighty (80 neres more
or less. Appreist-d et $ . Trrrnscash.
A. 1). HAVENER, Sheriff, M. C. 0.
J. T. Ctur, Attorney.
February 10, 1871 Sw.
.ElieriiVs Sale on ti.vecutlon.
James Dewees vs. John Beck.
Notice is hereby given that tbe under
signed Sheriff ol Morgan connty will, by
virtue of en Kxecotion issued by tbe Conrt
of Common Fleas of said county, in favor
of Jiines Dewees and aeainst John Beck,
and to him d:r;cttd, at 11 o'clock, A. II.,
On Tuesday, the 21st day ot
. February, laili,
on tho sheet in front of the Ooo.it TT inse
in McConnelsville, cfler for sule at public
auction th following to-wit :
One Sorrel Uoise, 1 years old. a ken on
said Execution a the property of the said
John Beck. Terms cash.
A. 1. II A VENEIl, Sh'ffM. C. O.
J. T. Cp.ew, Attorney.
February 10, 1871 2w. -
. BY. "HAiLIj,
ITnoIeSale and Retail
DEALER IX .
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICT LY CASH SYSTEM It
Nov. 11 IS70-tf.
SILVER WAT CHES,
AT II1LF l'RICE.
Genuine 13 Curat Gold Hunting cased
Watches Gents' and Ladies' Sizas, rega
lattd end warranted for lime and wear, at
half the nsuel price, only IS' ch.
. The Extra Fine Quality, IS Caratgold,
Eagiiie Tnroed, Hunting Caed.Full Jew
eled Lever Movements, perfectly adjiwted
to all climate. regulted, and eaeb warraa
tel by special certiHi.aie. st only $SO
eaeh. .... ,
The Same, of Finer and hisner grade,
with Chronometer Balance, at $35 each.
The Same, at Last, with line Nickel
Wotlcs, and Stem-winling and Setting At
tachment, requiring no key, woubd and sat
by Hie sttra, only $-10 each.
AH the above Vatches are put at half
price, aad each warranted tor time and
Extra Fine, Pure Silver, Ilnn'ir2
Caed ULDts' aud Ludies', at only S12
IfCJit . Qanlity Coin S.tver, Ilnnting
Cased, Full Jewekd Lever, at only $13
each. , .
.Extra Fine Quality, Patent Levers i
Chronometer Uovemnts, Ruby Jtwoitd.ut
only ;20 each.
prn.. Our Watches are all warrsnted, and
if not perfect will be tstea back and the
.We require nc noney in advance,
but send all goods by Bxpres, payable on
deliverv, with privilege to open and exam
ine before piid fur, by paying Express
charges, anb il not satislactory, retorned.
rioet-s whera no Kxpre-a? runs, goods will
be sent by mail, In reajisieied package, by
sending in advance.
Cr'i-Perors ordering S:x Vi'ah hesat a
time, will receive au extra Watch of same
valuu free. ' .
Also, iolJ Chains Gn!9l, e.t 86. 55 to
512 ; Ladies' at $10, $12 to $15 each
The finest UM Fluted and Oroide 'iold
Cbaiii at $ J, 5 1, 88 to 58 each.
Htiire description and price of Watch re
naired, nd onl-r by nwil direct from
Til K UNION WATCH CO..
143 Fulton Street, New York.
Jan. C, 1871 3mo.
lliat JOII BY4 Is the REST
COOni-Ell ever in 33cCX?iEES
riLLE. He has eon'tntly on hand a good assort
ms nt ofFine and Stogie Boots, of his own
m&rofaetore, which hs ia offering at tli
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call al his
establishment on North-wsit corner r( Tab
lie square, Jlcfnnolsville, Ohio.
Eo. U. KESXEI'Ii
1IANXA & KENNEDY,
ATiTS AND COUNTELLORS
On Center Street, near the Public Bqcare,
sfSpesisl sV-ention jiven te':'.setionj.
To Delilitatti rcrenis. To D'jspeplies.
To Sufferer from Liver Complaint. 'To
those having no Appetite, lo those nam
broken down CnnztiMims. To Nervous
Peojle. To Children Watthg Away. To
nv with Dchilitafed Digestive Organs. Or
sujering from any of the following sympm
trims, which indicate Disordered JAver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, and Inaard
Piies, Fullness sad Blood to the Hoad. A
cidity of the Stomach, Nansea, IIertbnrn.
Disircst for Food, Fuilness or Weiefct in
. , i . . l i , i., i . : c:.i.;..n.
Flurterftig st tbe pit of the Btomach. the
Ssiniuiug of the lit ad, Harried sd Dit-1
fiealt ftreaihin, Fititteriig at the Heart,!
Chicking or ScfT rating Sfca.ation3 when
hi a lying posture, Dimnejs ef Vi-iion, Ios
or rbs before the hight, rvver ami I 'nil
Yellowness rf ihe Skin end fcyes. Pain in
the Side, Itnck, Chest, Lim'os. Sc., Sadden
Flnshes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, and
fmstrinings of Evil, and (Jreut Depression
tSooflnnd's Gefftir.n Dltlcra !
A Hitters without Alcohol or Kpritit of
any l:tuii, iii diflerent from all otbar9. It is
ccinjOsod of the pure juita-s, & Vita! Pria-
oipit: ol lloob", Herbs, end Ca-k-?, (or. 03-Hied'.uin.-J'y
termeJ, Kx'ract,) the wuilh -
lesi i.r inert rom.ns of ti.e mgiedienU cot
heius; nd. Ihorefore in one hot tie cf this
Bttids there i contained asmucii mrdiiu-
al virtu i a Mi. I he fotutd iu oevcral gIivB
oi outifry mixture. 'I'ht liootf ; io u d
in tliia Uittcrsare jrown ia tlorinauy, thiir
vital principles extracted in the cnuinrv bv
a eci.'utific I'hni.ut and forwarded to tbe
manafactory in ihe city, where they are all
compounded ana Dotted. lOttimog CO
soirituous ingrvdiects this Bitten is free
from ihe objections areed sgaiofet all oth
en ; no dire for s!irua!aits cm be induc
ed f.ora their a, tbey cannot make drun
ksids, end cannot under any cjrca'n;taiic'
have any but a bentficial tffect.
IlooSand's German Tonic,
Was comronndt d for thone not inclined to
extreme Diners, and is iutnded fur u-e in
ca?es when som? alcoholic st'Imnlant is re
quired in connection with the tonic proper
ties or the Uiuer?. rcn cottie o: the to
nic contains one battled ie' Bitter, com
bined with pure Santa Croz Butn, tn J Sa
vored in inch a manne r that the extirrni
bltlcrnefs is overcome, forming a prepara
tion highly agreeable and pleasant to the
thoughts, and containing tbe medicinal vir
tu's of the Bitters. The pi ice of tie Ton-
ic is 1.53 per bottie, which mmy persons
thir.Ts too hiKh. They moit take into eon-
Eideration that the stimalact used is guar-
anteed to be of a pure quality. A poor ar-
ticle couid be furcUhed at a th-per price,
but is it rot belter to pay a little more to
have a good article ? A medicinal prepa
ration should contain none but the bf it in
gredients ; a&d they who expect to obtain
a c'.oap compound, ai. J he benefited by it,
will moit ccrlatniy be casbVed.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BiTTEF.S,
IXoOitand's German Tcnlc,
HCOFLAND'S PGOOPHYLLIAN PILL,
"tVill cure you. Tboy are the greatest
Known to'tie Medical world and eradicate
diseases arising from impure blood, debility
of Ibe digestive organs, or diseased Liver,
in a sbcrter lima than auj other ki.own re
medies. The whole "Supreme Curt of
l'enr.syit atjia .speak, ror
these Remetlies. . .
WHO W0UIJ) ASKFOr.UORF DI(i-
mi iku ANDaiKosuia; nsaTi-
. liONT 1
Hon. George W. Woo Jicard, formerly Chief
Justice or the Supreme 'ourt ot Jrennsyl
vnnia. at present Mml-.r Congress from
Pennsylvania, xrritcs :
Philadelphia. March IC, 18C7.
1 u-d UoolUnd's German Bitters is a good
tonic, ustlul in diseases of tbe digestive or
gans, and of great benefit in caee of Jibili
ly and want of nervous action in tbesyVem.
Yours, truly, O. W, WOODWARD.
Hon. James Thcmpxon, Chief Justice of'Ju
Supreme -Court of Penrisy'vrmit r '
I'HILAbBLPHIA, April 2, 166".
I consider Ilootiind'a Oermen Bitters a
valoable medicine in ease of at'acks of ia
diirestion or dyspepsia. I em certify this
from ciy experienee of it. Youm, truly,
Hon. George Sharsicood, Justice of thi Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania : '
' Philadelphia, June 1, 1853.
I have found fcy experience that Hoof,
land's German Bitters is a vtiy good tonic,
relie'tirg dyspeptio symptom almost di
reetlv. GKORGE SH ARSWOOD.
Hon Win. F. Rogers, Mayor of the. City of
Buffalo, JSeio iork :
Bi-FFiL7, Jane 22, 13G9.
I have used Hoofland's German Bitters k
Tonic in my family daring the past year,
and ran recommend them as an excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor to the system.
Their use hns been productive oldsctded be
ceBcial effects. WM. F. ROGERS.
Hen. James M. ' "Wood, Ex-fiyor of IH
liamport, Pa: '- ' -
I take great phtrare io recommending
Boufiaod's German Toole to any one who
msv be e dieted witb dvspeptisw I bad the
dyspepsia so badly it was impossible to keep
any food on my stomach, and so I became
fo weak as not lo be able to weis hail a mile.
Two bottles of the Tonic effected a perfect
cure. JAMES M. tVOOD.
. KEXEUBER THAT
Uooiiand's) German Bitters
. A SO ' '
IIooGand'ii German Tonic
: will ctirs evsst case or
Marasmus, or Waifln? Away
cf the Bod-.
P.jmember tha HoiRanTs GertnarTReaie
dies ere ihe medicine yon rejUre to purify
the Blood, cxci'.4 the ijry'.d Liver ta feultiy
ar'ion, and P eniblt voe te ptss'tafefy ihrt
any hardchivor e.r'-'-e. Dli. HOOF
stitnte ior Mercury Pill?, Two Pills a dose.
TKcwt po-rerf ! , ytt Innocent, Vegetable, ca
tkarti ln!i. It is not necessary to take a
hnudiu! of thaB pills to produce tho desir-d
cifoct ; two of them act quickly and power
fully, cleansing tbe Liver. Stomach i Bow
els of all impurities. The principal ingred
ient is Todupb t'llin, srthe alcoholic extract
o lfau Jrak e, which is by many times more
pcworfui, ac-tic.; and searching than the
AfaadraSc itel:. Iu pecaliKr action is np n
the Liver, rloinintr it speedily from all ob
siruntious, with all the power of mercury,
yat frett from the iciqrions results Rttachcd
lo tho uje that mineral. Fcr all diseases,
iu which the useof acathtrtis is indicated,
these pille will give entire satisfaction in ev
ery caso. Thoy never til ! In caseof Liver
complaint, dyauepsia and extreme coitive
neM, Ir. Hoe'lla'ncrs German Bitters or Tonic
should bo used in connection with the Fill.
The tome efi'ectof the Birtsrs or Tonic bnilils
cp the system. TW letters or Tonic purifies
the hlooiu, strengthens the nerves, reirulntea
tbe Liver, and gives strength, enargy and
vit;oi. Keep ycur bowels active with the
pills, and tone un thosTtcra withBitiers or
Tonic, and no disease cuu retain its hold, or
ever arfsailyou. liecoiicct that iu Uooiiand's
German Remedies that are so universally us
ed ard birh!7 rcrrrc mended; and do not al
bv the Druggist to indues you to take any
thiag else that he may say is juit as good,
because he makes a larger profit on it.
These remedies will be ent by express to
any locality upon applicatiou to the Princi
pal olfice, at the German msdicins Store,
631 Arch street, Philadelphia.
CHS. if. EVASS.rropritior, formerly C
M. Jaokson k Co.
These Remedies ere fvrsMe by Drnggits,
6torkeerere. and medt-in- dealers every
where. fFh. IT, 1871.
TFarranted to be tbe Cheapest
and lue uesa i
' HAIR :
Will do all it is recommended to do or the
mmey refanJii. .
FIK3TU will restore gray or faded heir
to iu natural color. It will ctsnge red hair
to hesntiful suburn.
SHCOJiD It will tifl.ten the hair, thus
arresting sad preventing its falling out.
TH1UD It will ridicate dandruff and
cure itching of tho scalp and relieve that
unnfttuTAl heat it ihe head, of which many
FOURTH It will el-.arre hsrs-h and wi
ry hair into the soft ani silken arjearnce,
so much desired.
The follow ins. among many ackcowleds;
ir.cnts to its suporiority as a Hnir Kestora--tiveaad
UrosbinK, will sj-ek fnr tljem
JIcCoiMsusvii.-a, 0., ITcv. 30, 1ST9.
Wo hereby certify thet we have tested the
article call.'.! gCLSTCIi HATS BE
STORATIVS.tnd. find it to be all that is
claimed for it a complete Hair Restorer
an! Hair Dressing.
' V?. M'GAETT.
GET THE BEST!
sap. C. PI
OR, IN PLAIN TYTE, THE
Try one Fnc&tiiyC anrJ he Ccsi-lnced.-
P RI CE
For Sale by Drusstfits Sl Ccua-
CixciNJiATr, a, Oel. f?, 1870
' S. Sprsgue, McConnelsviila, O: Send
as five prof of your Cattle Pcwderx, (Ohio
Farmer s.) . A. B. MLERIAM CO.
The Ohio Farmer's Coriuition rowti-ns
is the best medicine or horses 1 have ever
rued, and I have tried msny others Team
ster for McConnelsville Sasb Factory.
rotter & Fyle buy Ohio Farmer's C t
ditioo Powders. .
. They cared my horse when I and ell my
neighbors thought he would die.
"Tosr Powders (Ohio Farmer's) sbouM
be more nsed among the farmers than thev
are. I know them to be a good bin? tor
stock.- ... ... J.A.ADAIR,
They ere a good thing for stock. DR.
Ask far the Ohio Farmer's Condition
Powder, and take Du other. . "
Nov. 1 l,'70,3mo -
: SAMUEL SPEAGUE.
PAiNTOiLS, KB VARNISHES !
GLASS, rCTTT, c.
Fare Wines and Liquors
FOR'MBDIC AL TSE.
Zrs7oods and Dye Stuffs sev
erally. Z9r Creaf cars arways "ns1 In "electing
' w ,n Imm nothinc
SMV-thatia inferior. Prescriptions pot up
. i . i . 1 ...n..r. nl
-cm a saie mu c -i t .
-cr would be glad U have some of your