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: THE ;. CON SEIIYATI YE
FRIDAY, Feb. 34, IS71.
'. WB HAVE BEKJT INDUCED,
through conversation vfith many vf oar
Subscribers, to shange the Urmi of the
ConvRTATire to the following :
One copy, one jear, when
not paid In advance,
One copy, one 7ar, oash
an advance, fl.M
To a Clan of (en, one del
liar aad thirty-are ecnti
To a Club ef fifteen-, one
dollar aad twenty-fire
. cents each, . . $18.78
" t- ALL DELIXQUENTS wiU be
aaarr ed op, in all ease, at the rate of
' Two Dollan a year.
A GRAND TABLEAUX. EX-
. 1 ERTAIKMJEST I
Come and aee once more the
. Good Old Scenes of Tore I
' The liadies of the Baptist Church
wiU give a TABLEAUX EnterUin-
ment, with Jtciresnmenie ana plen
ty of Good Music, in SHEPARD'S
HALL, on Thursday even in sr; the
. 2d day ol SUrch, 187,1.
The Orcbestra will be m attend
anee. Admission, 25 cents Cb.il
dren under 12 years, 15 cents.
Congress bas passed a law granting
Pnnainna to lurvivinz enlisted and
drafted men, including Militia and
Volunteers, who served Sixty Days
in the Waref 1S12, and to the surviv
ing widows of luoh soldiers.
Those who know themselves entitled
: to receive the benefit of the Act, will
do well to call noon the Undersigned,
who bat in his possession the proof te
enable many of the old soldiers (or
their widows) of this tounty to procure
pensions. Sit terms are reasonable.
JAS. M. GAYLORD,
Febl7,71. McConaelsville, O-
: - p. 8. Surviving widows whe were
married to soldiers, to.. before the 24th
of December, 1814, are only entitled to
Pensions under this Aet.
Attention, community I
:' The partnership existing between
the undersigned, under the firm name
cf D. H. Kortlev A Co.. will expire, by
mutual consent, on the 1ft day of
Hay, next. - -
All persons knowing themselves in
debted, are respectfully requested to
make settlements with D. H. Mortley
previous to that date. The stock on
hand will be closed out for cash or
produce, cheap. No-new accounts
opened. D. IT. IfORTLE Y,
J. W. PISKE ETO N.
Feb. 9, 1871 4w. -
. Noticb Prospectus of the Cincin.
Thk Pittsburgh Conference of the
1L E. Church assembles at Steub
enville on the 15th of March.
Da. W. Iw Kelly is proud- Se
cond all jrecedent tb3 morning.
His wife presented him vvith a boy,
m "bouncing"- one wo reckon, this
. Da. 11. L. True has removed bis
office to Morris' building.. He oj
cupies the front room over 1. B.
Yinoeut & Bros'. Jewelry Store.
Tub weather has been quite
Spring-like for the past two or three
days, with bright eutsbine and ge
Dial air. "
Hunters should beur in mind
thai it is now unlawful to kill birds
or rabbits. - -
- Business tbfs been quito dull this
week, a sequence of bad roads, Ac.
Very little butter has been brought
to town within a few days.
Representative . Staxton, who
-was detained at home during all of
last week, on account of sickness in
his family, returned .to Columbus
on Monday morning last.
Ant dearth of leei matter, in
this week's paper, may be aUribu
sed to the absence of the editor at
tbe Prohibition Stato Conven
' tention, at Delaware.
Tex' delegates in attendance at
the Prohibition Stato Convention,
at Delaware, frcrn this vicinity,
were Rev. C. W. Courtright, David
Mummey, Samuel Price, J. C. Jlur
ducktJ. T. Crew and J. A. Kelly.
Corn is very scarce ii tbiff
jlace, and farmers having any to
" dispose of would find a ready sale
.for it, if brought in soon.
' Maekied. On the 18th instant,
at the rctndenoe tf Job u W kite, in
Windsor township, by Wm. Bes
wick, J. P.. Mr. Lewis Abie and
Miss Alhe Belch, all of. the above
Miss Joxiette Bell, daughter of
J- R. Bell, formerly of this place,
but now residing at St. Joseph, Mo'.,
was married to Mr. J. C. Whilte
Taore, at the latter place, on the eve
ning of the 22d inst.
Died. Oa Wednesday, Feb. 15,
1871, in Marietta, Mrs. Joannah
Wilson, in the 23d year of ber age.
The deceased was a daughter of
Jhn A. and Sarah Ann Porter, of
Parties having lumber to sell
trill find an opportunity to dispose
. of., about 10,000 feet by applying to
the officers of the M organ Cbun'.y
Agricultural Society, at this place.
Some considerable of a contest is
being inaugurated for tbe position
of Uaited Stales District J edge of
Ohio. Judges Lawrence, Wiaans,
and Grangerr and Hon. T. W. Ew
art, of Marietta, are urged as per
oaswhoaro willing to take the
burdens of the position' on their
Thi Masons of Zanesville, Wheel
teg, Columbus, Cadiz, Barnesvillo,
and otbor localities, Will celebrate
St. John's Day, the 24th cf June, at
Summerfieltl, Noble county.
On Monday, ot last week, Sylves
ter Ebert, engineer of the Power
IIouso, at ZanesTills, bad bis right
arm torn off Vrhilo attending to the
duties cf his position, and, on the
fallowing Wednesday, be died from
the results thereof.
The steamer J. 1L Best, on ber
up trip; on Monday evening last,
find h5ch, by the way, as the
first one for some time, bad a eplofl
did load of freight and large pass-i
Nilsso", the celebrated Swodish
vocalist, ssn? in Columbus, on tho
evening of the 22d inst. Judge
Wood and daughter went up from
this place, and ' larre crowds wore
present from contiguous towns to
bear this great cantatrice.
PorETUN Temperance Societies
on the Washingtoman plan, have
recently boen organized in Noble
county, with a total of five hun-
dred members. We are informed
that tbey are the fruits of the labor
of one youn g man a Presbyterian
Eobjrt Lislh, Esq., some years
since a well-known iluskihgcm
River Steamboat Captain, died at
his residence in Zanesvllle, after a
long and palhfdl illness, on Friday,
the 10th inst.
Tut State Board of Equalisation
has passed Morgan county at its
appraisement. If the basis of tax
ation is reduced throughout the
State, as proposed, the basis of tax
ation for the County will be ten per
cent, loss than the appraisement.
Capt. Andrew Akeick, (one of
the few heroes of the battle cf
Nashville, Tennessee,) and who has
been absent fi2i here for several
months, working on public build
ings, in Belmont county, returned
home on Monday last, t:ir a limited
A boat load of oorn was received
bore ou Tuesday evening last, from
near Dresden, Ohio, and was readi
ly disposed of to our dealers. It is
being, retailed here at 75 cents per
Navigation on the Muskingum
was rosemed on Friday last, and
our steamboats are now makmcr
their usual trips. The ice-gorge at
Gayesport having been cut away
by the action of the current and
heat of the atmosphere, presented
no impediment to. bouts pa&sinz
Wx publiib an article on the ear-
ly history of Mariotta and Cincinna
ti m another column, which rnna
back to about 1795.. Tho Western
Reserve Historical Soeiety, of the
City of Cleveland, has in its posse
sion a paper giving some facts rel
ative to the early settlement of
Ohio, which date baeli to 1784, and
which have never been published.
This paper rae recently found de
posited in the Department of State,
at Washington, it is said that it
throws some important light upon
tho early settlement of this great
Tax Festival, held by the IrndieS
of the Presbyterian Church, of this
place, on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, of last week, was a suc
cess, socially and financially. Con
sidering the fact that only about
one-third of the cumber ware in
ettendanca on Thursday evening.
that were present oi th6 previous
occasion, it is fair to presume, from
the statoment of the receipts of
eaoh evenings hat tboee preaent on
Thursday, evening,, aeemed better
to realise the purposes for whicS the
festival wan gotten up, than did
those who put in aa appearance on
the first night of theentertakiinent.
T.he gross receipts ot Tuesday eve
ning were $85.63, and of Thursday
evening, sso.zb, mating the total
gross receipts f 131.91. The net a-
mount realized from the sauie is
Mysterious Disappearance of
ATTW M Wnnnnmnno f
m unity, has been excited fcr the
past week, over the continued dis".
appearance ol John M. Woodbridgo.
He has not been beard from since
Thursday night, tho 2nd of this
month. At first it was sunDosod
that be might bave made a trip in
to the country, or have left sudden
ly on some public conf eyanco, as it
is Known to have been often bis
way to do, when called by business.
Bat every effort has failed to dis
cover any traoe J of him. Since
Mr Woodbridge's retirement from
active business last summer, he bus
shown at times much depression,
and has suffered from nervous dis
ease, with inability to sleep. But
be was in good circumstances, and
no causvt is known why bo should
have committed, at this time any
rash or insane act, such as bis dis
appearance naturally leads to the
fear of a one conjecture. It is
thought, also, that he may perhaps
have fatiea into the river in at
tempting to get on one of the tjackV
eis that night, as be had spoken of
making a trip up the river by boat.
His friends would esteem it a great
kindness if any information regar
ding him since his disappearance
here, conld be furnished. Marietta
For the Conservative.
Answer to "Perplexed."
One of the fables of Aesop well
it doesn't make any difference
which, but any how it tells us about
ho being discovered by
the length of its eats-. When we
know the name of him, who hides
behind a flimsy "perplexed," we
khow hotter how to replyi especial
ly remembering a oertam text in
Of course we all agree with
"Perplexed," about the question,
'Whit's the tise bf discussing?"
Man doesn't care anything about
knowing the truth. He has no de
sire, no inclination that' way; it
isn't in him. Total depravity
would preclude such an aspiration!
Now suppose there is ho hell, no
devil, what's the use saying so7
Take away th:B idea, you remove
all the comfort we have! Why, my
dear sir, if there is no hell, no end
less damnation, what would we
poor mortals do? There Is noth
ing like it. In it we bave comfort,
we have a warm foundation, which
is especially neodful in winter, or
our religion might frees. Then
the thought is refreshing; it soothes
our aching hearts to know that
throughout the endless ages of
eternity some of our friends a
near and dear one perhaps will
burn, scorch, seethe and broil in the
pleasant valleys of hell. Who
would wish to disbelieve a doctrine
so divine? Rev. Albert Barnes was
joking when be said, in bis '-Prac
tical Sermons" (Lindsay and Blak
iston, I860, p. 114), "I see not one
ray to 'disclose to me why man
must suffer to all eternity. When
t see so many involved in tbis dan
ger, and when l leel that ixoa only
can save them, and yel He doos
not do so, I am struck dumb. It
is all dark dark to my soul, and
I cannot disguise it. Saurin was
also joking When he said that the
delectable thought was "a mortal
poison," and made his "life a cruel
Take away this doctrine; we
would have no way of showing our
philanthropy. Our lunatic asylums
might be in danger of becoming de
populated. Then, you know, God
would have no way of asserting the
majesty of his power. Then the
Savior's mission would be worth
less if the race of luan was not ex
posed to the wrath of Cod and the
pains of bell, forever. It is all
foolishnS to talk about Christ's
coming to save men from their sins
It wouldn't be worth the trouble.
With these reflections before us,
we are forced to conclude that pub
lic discussions are not just tho thing
Then we are conscious, (should we
get into a discussion with one of
those hated Universaling, that so
blaiphcmuusly assert that '-God is
love, and his love is able and will
melt tho hardest heart,' and especial
ly tht says, "Godwin have all men
to be saved and to come unto tbe
knowledge of the truth) that some
would become pervert and be
lieve in that "damnable heresy.'
Then our "selfish" purposes might
But, my "perplexed" sir, admit
ting that so-called orthodoxy ii
true, are yon faithful to your duty
in not using every fair metns in
your power to convert others to the
belief in the horrors of bell and the
doclrme of a monstrous devil? Are
yon not, sir, in these things a little
lukewarm or indifferent? Now,
srf, if U&ivers&lists are not Chris
tiant, u they are imposteri, and
manufacture their doctrines,'
would it not be an easy matter to
prove it? No opportunity would
do oetter man that, anoraed bv a
public discussion. There all could
bear both sides, nnperverleJ by the
prejudice "e( another. There you
would have every Universalist in
community you could show them
that their doctrines are only manu
factured, and they are Infidels. You
could prove that the doctrine of
endless torment is "sootr tidings
of great joy that bhall be to all peo
p'e," also that it Is "peace on earth,
ood will toward men." As you
bave the truth on your a:'de'(!) you
would have no difficulty in sustain
ihg yourself, but could show what
an awful thing it Is to behove that
God ib good unto all, and His ten-
Jar mercies are over all His works."
If I am "a fiend in human shano
and slowly but -surely destrovinj?
my neighbors with poison," and
you are desirous of converting those
under my cbarga, 1 will agree not
to nse any "poison" in debate, ex.
cepting such as is in the Bible. I
will not bite you, nor rend you with
my horns : in fact, I will allots mv-
self to be searched before entering
upon the stand, showing that dan
gerous things are left behind, and
act in good faith.
If you should become "Dernlexed'
again, I think 1 may be aMe ta say
something that will ease vonr'mind
especially when it comes from
"witnessing electa-." if. however.
thins net wholly satisfactory, and
yoa w'ish a more corauleta artwr
yon can be accommodated on next
Sabbath morning, at the Universal
ist 'CbufcL' services, commencing
at 11 o'clock; also carlicdl ar nnv
tice will be taken of the question,
"If Universalis be true, why
preach it ?"
Yours most obligingly,
J. P. McLANE.
McConnelsvilie, Feb. 21st, 1871.
Ill tsiwr.ss NOTICES.
Absoluts Divorces legally obtained in K.
I ore, lnsians, Illinois, ui gmti oni
for persons from any Stat or County, lsgal
verywher ; desertion, drunkenness, non
support, etc., sufficient cause ; no publici
ty. Ko charts until divorce is obtained.
Advice free. Address.
MOORS k KU:lIiRT)S9X,
Counsellors at Law,
180 Broadway. Kew York City.
Jan. , 1ST1 ly.
t&- Another Barrel of that nice
Hominy expected every day at
New and fresh stock of WALL PA
PER justopened at Arum's Book Store
this week. They are receiving their
stock for the early Spring trade, and
have a splendid variety of patterns, to
be sold at low prices.
t& Star Candles and tbe best
article of Country Soap in town at
t9Husk Mats and Brooms at Sill's.
TWl. Gry Goods in good assortment,
tS Lima Beans, and White
Boons, a nice article, also a fow
Onions on hand at .Stones.
A fair article of Jeans for
20cls at Stonea Ctore.
Bu Looking Glases from 50cls
to $12 st Stone's.
New stock of School Books received
at ADAIR'S Book Store on yesterday.
They keep a large supply of all kinds,
and sell at the lowest figures.
The study Of the Scriptures is as nec
essary as replenishing one's stomach,
and it is, therefore, important that ev
erybody should have a copy printed in
cood, laree, plain type, so as not'to in
jure their eyes in reading the same.
A new, fresh, and desirable stock, has
just been received at ADAIR'S Book
Store, and we advise everybody to go
and seoure a substantial and cheap
Family Bible while so good a stock is
kept from which to select. They are
splendidly gotten up, bound in substan
tial style, and profusely illustrated.
Eu (Hifis, Cuff Buttons, Suspend
ers, Underclothing, and a full line of
Notions, just received, at SILL'S.
-tWhen yon want a Corn or Peed
Basket, go to SILL'S.
Bleached Mpslins and Calicos,
selling cheap, at SILL'S.
B3uA large stot-k of new and late
styles of WALL PAPER at Adair's
-For the best LEAD PENCILS
you must go to Adair's Book Store.
-Anice lot of "Infants Waite"
at the low rates for 71., at Stone's.
Music for the Million !
A large and excellent stock of If AR-
MOMCAS, of various styles and sizes,
received at Adair's Book Store on yes
terday. They are superb instruments,
of good tone, and the best quality man
ufactured. ESS. Looking-Glaos Platon ine,"t
ed in old frames at VINCENT'S.
tGo to Adair's Book Storo for
the bft and choapest Gold! and
55" We are expecting mote New
Goods per steamer Julia, this week,
V. We have stocked up largely in
our Collars, lately, in new styles, and
can furnish any size wanted, either
turnover or garrote when you vrant
coll&ri go tb SILL'S. '
Gents' Pocket .Knives, of tbe
best quality, will be Sold very low,
8- Attention Evort Body
Having just completed our invoice
for i871, every one is respectfully
invited to call and examine our
present stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
Groceries, Boots and bboes at the
rod need rates for the coming year.
A full line of Dry Goods and No
tions, we bave constantly on band.
Of Boots and Shoes, we keep the
well known Buffalo make, especial.
Pains taken in the selections of
Groceries. J. B. Stuns.
EST LOW!! The half has not
been told. Infants shoes for I5cts
Children s Misse s, and Boys, at
corresponding rales, Womens Calf
and Morocco bhoesgl.zs. Glove
Kid Shoes worth $4 00 for 12.00.
Yarn, now at SILL'S.
t$New Orleans Sugar, and the best
We have just received from the
East our first ins ailment of Snrine
Neckties and Bows. Thev are made
of beautiful goods and exquisite work-
mansnip, ana embrace some entirely
new and novel styles. Younc Gents.
and all ceme and secure oca before the
assortment is broken. SILL'S is the
place to find what you want in this
3- Full assortment of every
thing in the line of Musical Instru
ments can be found at Vincent's.
Methodist Jirjrun Books !
A fine stock of Mstuodibt Htmx
Boots now at ADAIR'S Book Store, of
various sizes and styles. Ihey receiv
ed a new supply on yesterday.
t" Splendid stock of Prints,
of entirely new styles and patterns,
just received at Sill's. Ladies call
and see them.
N. B. Carpet Baeers. We
have now on hand and shall con
tinue to have the most complete
lice cf Trunks, Valises,- Traveling
BagS cVc, in the market, aid tbe
cheapness thereof cannot be ques
tioned . J. B. Stone.
IS?" Only two more left of those
elegent twelve dollar French 5lass
Mirrors at Sonca'.
ISLWhy is it that so manv people
will go to Church on the Sabbath, and
at other times, and deny themselves
the great pleasure of joining in the
praises to their Maker, when they eould
do so (if their talent for singing is not
too deeply buried) by investing a small
amount of money in a HYMN BOOK,
which all kinds for the different de
nominations may be found at Adah's
SPEEDYJJUBE ! !
r M K -A. T ! -aw
E. S. Woodward
W, A. MATHEWS & CO,
Seep tbe best of everything the tnirkct
affords in the Grocery and Provision Liuo I
They know just what will tickle tbe palates
of the people. .
MUTTON! BEEF! YEAL
And all linds of meats ol l so cheap that
it always gives their cuttoniora good appe
tites to eU It makes hucgry poople hap.
py, healthy and robust ; drives sickness
from the household ; spoils the trade of tho
Doctors and makes every cook prcud of her
table. Husbands, wbo have crusa wives,
will alwavs find a few cuts cf
KOAST AND STEAK,
FROM THIS IIOCSKA
tor trouble. Its savorv rresene
Its savorv presence on the tu
bis always puts everybody in a food hun
or, and at the Buckeye Block is the place
to get it I Ask anybody, in the expression
of whose countenance you see :i BEEF
STEAK, and tbey can tell yon the
place. They also keep all kinds of the vo
At the lowest price ! TLey buy, too ; and,
what is more remarkable, they buy audsoll
everything, from a , . 4
Cracked r.gg to a Fat Sicer ! f
Give tbetn a call. One Door East of Eli
Shepard's wholesale Grocery, Center St.,
Dee. 23, 1870 (mo.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
IS being readily accepted by those of every
medital creed, a affording a buppy t ntwti
tate for too active or unreliable uicdicatiut.,
and offehrtive duses. The introduction ol
the only known Nerve Tonic ajictieoiia
pleaaut and acceptable form, t latuls con
spicuously as the greatest adtii;i n to mod
em medicine. They are at once the pre
ventatives as well a cure fur lor a c!a i;f
ailments, from which the great majority of
persons are at times, made miserable, nn
hsppy: and physically and mentally iucTn
tent; Inip i Dient of nerve farce re? ult s us
ually from inatleniitin (jcmctinies froai ue
cessity) to eommuu sn;e health ri;Ite, and
is followed by Lethy, Dyjiicpaia; C'oi.s
tipation, Impure bloojj irregriluritie?, Off
ensive breatn and sullownsKa of Compiex
iou. Their action on the &ervc:s System
can account tor their mild and jtiiive
efficacy in a variety of ailments cf ouch
apparent divi-rsity of origin and character.
Under their effect digestion and ss.-.nilu-tion
are promoted, the excretion of wi.ru
oat material in tbe blood is agisted, and the
brain acts vigorously, as if under tie tSLcl
of a stimulant.
Too Calabar Griina are the appropri its
remedy for the Literary, stndioui atxl the
brain workirg clws, and those enable or
disinclined lor sufCcient physical eiercisp
and who are usftally "Uillioua." I hey are
tbe favorite medicine ol the ladies; ihey
are the preventive and cure cf nausea
and headache of those voyaging; child
ren can take them ; they are now the
"ounce of preve.titaliv.8; they araaafe,
mild 'and effectual; they are apule
seed like, tasteless and inodorous. '
Furnished in membranoous pouches
containing 75 to 80 grains or settdj. If
not for sale at the nearest Druggists,
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Urains
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
W. H. HSL1Y2", ItI. D.
slay be found at his office om
THE SOCTII-n EST GOUXER
At all times, when not absent on Profess
Sept 24. 1?69-U
EC. Hu TJRXJJ2,
Fhysiclan & Surgeon,
Treats all forms of acute and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICE: in Morris' New
Building, on Center street, where he
will be found when not professionally encas
ed. . Feh. 3d. 1871.
o f ;
now lost, now restored.
ax. Just published, a new edition
55 of Dr. Culverweirs Celebrated
j ssay on the Radical Cure
(without medicine)of Spermatorrhoea orfio-
mmal Weakness, involuntary beminai ls
ses, Impoteney, Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and f iU,.induced
by self-mdUlgence orseiual extravagance.
sCPriqe, ia a saaled envelcpe, enly six
Ihe-celei-ralea aether, ia fa's admirable
essar. clearlv demonstrates. Irom a thirty
Yesrs' successful practice, that the alarm -f
;i t 1 1 V 1
icelly cured without tfcS Baugcrou's use of
internal medicine or the application of the
xnife : pointing cut a mde of cure at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no matter what his
eendition may be, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
gS" This Lecture should be ia the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent un.ler seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of ( cents
or two postage stamps.
Also, ur. tAiiverweu i Marriage uuiae
price ii cents.
Address tae r ubusners,
t ha. J. C. Kline it Co.,
5'Bcwcry, Ktw Yerk, P. 0- Box455.
Sheriffs Sale en Mortgaare.
John Hoyt vs. Basil L. Medley, Uatthsw
McCall, et. al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed, from the Court of ommon Pleas
of Morgan County, Ohio, in the atove en
titled action, I will otfor for s ale at public
auction, at the door of the Court House in
McConnel ville in said coauty of Morgan.
Cn Friday, the 21th day of
ItlarcU, A, D.f 15S71,
at one d'clocTr, P. M., tt said day, (he
frlloving reel estate situate in said county
of Morgnn and Slate of Ohio, to -wit:
Benin a part of fractional section number
thres (3) Township cumber nine () Range
number twelve (12) and bounded as follows:
beginning at tbe bouthwest corner of said
fractional section, thenre running with the
couth boundary line thereof Eat 181. S3
poles to ihe corner of John Henry's lot,
thence runnin?with said Henry's line K. Ii
East f7 is poles to a stone, thence 1.40
pules to the East tounde-y line of said
fractional section, thence r-.iuning North
SI. 52 poles to a stone atid roruef of the Jo
siah V.'srd lot, thence r'-inning with sniJ
Ward's line end line of William Sullkeni's
West 1S0.60 poles to a stone cn the West
oonu'lHry line or said section, tcence run
ning wiib said West line fJ ,'2 polrs to the:
place of beginning, conuiiuiug l:50-lu0
a. rt, be theraiae inore or 1cm. Appraised
at Terms ch.
A. D. iiavexe::, Sh'ffonf. c. o.
John E. Hanne, Atty.
Feb. irth 1371 5sv.
A. F. Whibsen vs. Henry T7. Kewmah.
Kotice ia hereby given that I will offer for
sale at public auction et the door of the
Court House in McConnelsvilie, on
TuesCay, the S3rl Cay cf
turrit, A. I)..
at twelve o'clock, M., of sid day, the fol
lowing doscribed resl nta!e sitnnttMn Mor
gnn county and Etaie of Ohio, to-wlt :
Lot No. twenty-eight (25), in Sanborn's
thirJ Addition to tfle town of Stockport.
Taken as the properly of flenry W. New
man on au execution in favor of A. F.
MhiiJ' n, and issued by tlie Cotirt of t'cui
mon Plns of the counrr of Morgan and
State of Ohio, and to me "directed as Sheriff
of said county. Appruued ot $130. CO..
A. D. HAVENER. Sheriff M. C. O.
J. T. Cs-tw, Attorney for I'laintilT.
February 17, 1S71 iw.
ShrriiPM Sale on Mortgage.
Fleming Crew vs. Vacdiver JTott, et. ux.
By virtue of an order to sell and te me
directed lrom the Court of Com m in Pleas of
Morgan county. Ohio, in the above entitled
action, I will offer lor sole' at pnblie auc
tion at the door of the Court House in Mc
Connelsvilie, in said county, on
Monday, the 13th di? of
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day. the fol
lowing described real estate situate in
Windsor township in the county of Morgan
and Slate of Ohio, to-wit :
All that east part of Lot No. 1111, section
Ko. thirty 30), township No. eight (S), of
range Xu. elevea (11), that lies east of the
division line fence between John Wallace
aad Jiinies Wr.Jlace in improvements ou
said Lot eontaininc; eighty (SO) acres more
or less. Appraised tS . Terms ensh.
A. D. HAVENER, SheriS.M. C. U.
J. T. Ckkw, Attorney.
February 10, 1671 5.
. Ij. HAIL,
ATIioleSale ana Eelall
TSLT CIS' jaL'Sttj9I?4ia"S3
re.. BUSINESS DONE ON A
sf rictjjY cash systeu ia
Xov. 11 1370-tf.
SILYE Pw TP AT C II E S ,
AT KSALF l'RICE.
Genuine 13 Carat Gold liunlitifr cased
Watches ieu!s' and Lsdies' Sees, regu
lated and warranted for time and wear, at
half the usual piee, on' $'23 each.
The Extra Fine Quality. IS Carat jrold,
Engine Turned, Hunting Caed, Foil Jew
eled Lever Movements, perfectly adjusted
to all climate, regained, and each warran
ted by special certificate, at otly $39
The Same, of Finer nd hipher grade,
with Chronometer Balance, at $35 each.
TZie Same, at Last, with ne Nickel
Works, and C:rm-wic'dir.l?' and Setting At
tacbmeDt, requiring no key, wound aud set
by l be stem, only JO each.
All the above Watches are put at ball
price, acii ecch trarrantod for time and
Extra Fin. Pare Silver, IIuntiDe
Cased Oeots' and Ladies , St only $13
Uest Qiality ( Coin S lver, Hurting
Cased, Full Jewel.':! Lever, at only $13
Extra Fine Quality, Patent Levrrs ft
Chronometer Movemeuts, Itubj Jeweled, at
ouly S20 each.
trA, Our Watches are all warranted, and
if not perfe ct will be ttkea back and the
K.We require no money ia advance,
hut seud all goods by Express, ps'able on
delivery, with Tjnvilege to cpeo and exam-
iud before piid for, by paying Express
charges, anb ll not satisfactory, returned.
Plaos where no Esprcs runs, goods will
be s-;nt by mail, in registered packij!", by
sending in advance.
EfDj- Persors ordering S;x Watt-he at a
tiro-, will receive an extra Wa'ch of same
Also, Gold Chain Gnts, at $6. S3 to
$12; Ladies' at $10, 312 to f 15 each.
Tbe ftDeU Gold Plated and Oroide Gold
Chaics at S2, S4, SS to S3 each.
State description and price of Watch re
quited, and o-der by mail direct from
T1IK UNION WATCH CO..
148 Fulton Street, New Yori.
Jan. 6, 1871 3mo.
That JOIIX ItTAV is the BEST
COBBLER ever in 3IcCOXA:LS-
He h sonstsntly on hand a goo?? assort
me nt ofFine and Btorie Boots, of Eis own
manufacture, which he is offering at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lic square, McConnelsvilie, Ohio.
Bet-ie, I87u-iy. - -
S. HANNA. . Eu. M. KENNEDYs
IIAIsNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
On Center Street, near the Publie Square,
M CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
fpecial attention jivea tp CellectKins.
To Debilitated Pertont. To Dyspeptic.
To Svffertrt from Liver Complaint. To
those having no Appetite. To those mith
l I J . T .. .. TV A .
People. To Children Wasting Axcay. T
anv with Debilitated Digestive Organs. Or
3u?erinj from any of the follotcin tymp'
totnt, which indicate Disordered Liver or
Stomach, sveh at Oon?tipati', and inward
Pi es, Kuliuess and Blood U the Head. A.
cidity of the Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn.
Disgust for Food. Fullness or We:ght ia
i lie Stomach, Soar Eructations. Sinking or
Fiuitering at the pit of the Stomach, the
Swimming of the Head, Harried and Dif
ficult Ilrealhtng, Flattering at the Heart,
Chocking or .SufTjcating Sensations when
in a lying posture. Dimness ol Vision, Dots
or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Doll
TellowoeaJ ot the Skin and Y.ye. Pain in
the Side, Back, ('best, Limbs. A?., S iddeo
Finsfces of H-at, Burning in he Fleab, and
Irttgir.inga of Evil, and Great Depression
llwoOan's German Hitters !
A Bitters without Alcohol or Spririt cf
any kind; ib d'.Ccrent from ikll O'heis. it 8
composed or llie pare j lices, or Vita! Prio-
cipleol Ilnul?, Herbs, ai:d Barks, (or. ai.
siediciti-1 y termed, Es'ractJ,) the worth -
less or iDtri poinona ot it.e ingrvuieiin not
bi-iiu ns-d. Therefore in ct.e bottle of this
Hitter there is contained a? ranch mrdifin-
al virtus as wM be fo'jnd iu in-veral g:!!ins
id ordinary ruljiure. The It tots; i.-nsed
in this filters are grown in Germany, their
vital principles extracted iu thec nutry by
ascii utiCc CLibiist and forwarded to tbe
uiar.nfjotorj- in the city, where they are all
compounded and bottled. Containing no
spirituous ingredients this Bitten is free
from the obj.ious urigtd again,! all oth
er ; no desire for s'imu'anti can be induc
ed fioni iheir Q?e, thny cuqnot make drun
kards, and i-acuol under any circumstanci j
hare any but a b?ntncial elTect.
I3oo0anas Cfrman Tonir ,
Waa compoond-d (or those nst i;iclin"d tu
extreme Bitters, and is intended for u?e in
cases when som? alcoholic stimulant is re
quired iu ennection with ihe tonic prepvr
lies of the Bitters. Each bottle n the to
nic certains one holiiec! the Bittern, com
bined wiib pure Santa Cruz Rum, sod Sa
vored !a such a manner that the extreme
bitterness is orercome, forraiDg a preparn
lion hiffhty etrrecahle and pleasant to the
thoaght?, and containing the medicinal vir
tu's of the Bitters. The price of the Ton
ic is SI 50 per bottle, which many peranns
think too bieb. Tbey mast tske into con
sideration that tLe stimulsnt used isgnar
anteed to be of a pure quality. A poor ar
ticle could be ftrr.Hhed at a ihexper piice,
bat i? it not better to pay a Ti t tie more to
have a good article ? A med:ctt.at prepa
ratioo should contain none bat tl btit in.
gredients ; end they who expect to obta n
a cl.rap compound, aug be bectGlted by it,
will most certainly be cheated.
HOGFLiOTS GERMAN BITTERS,
ITosQap.d'a Cerrran Tonic,
Will '-lire you. " They are Ihe greatest
lvuowo to the Medical world and eradicate
diseases arising from impure blood, debility
nt the digestive organs, or d:eased Liver
in a shorter time thau act other koowu re
medies. The whole Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania speak, lor
WHO WOULD ASK FOR MORE DIG
NIFIKD AND STRONGER IE3TI
Hon. George Tf'. "Woodward, formerly Chief
uitice of the Supreme Court of J ennsyV
vcmia. at present Member Congress from
1 ennsylvama, vrntet :
Philadelphia. March IS. 13G7.
I fiod HooSi.od's German Bitten is a good
touic, useful in diseases of the digestive or
gans, and or great becest ia cases of JibiU'
ty and want of nervous action in the system.
Yoars, truly, G.W. WOODWARD.
Hon. James Thompson, Chief Justice of the
supreme Court1 of Pennsylvania :
Ptu.ADiu.iHiA. April 2S, 1S67.
I consider Hucfiaod'a German Citters a
valuable medicine in caie of attacks of in-
diestioo or dyspepsia. I ean certify this
from my experience ot it. l nur, truly,
Hon. George Skarswood, Justice of the 3u
preme Court of Pennsylvania :
Philadelphia, June 1. 1868.
I have found by experieoce that Hoot
land's Gtrman Bitters is a vtty good tocic,
relieving dyspeptic symptoms almost di
rectly. GEORGE SI1ARSWOOD.
Hon Win. F. Rogers, Mayor of the City qf
JSujfau), Aeto lork :
Buffalo, Jane 22. lew.
I have ased IioofUnd s German Bitters t
Tonic in my family duriug the past year,
and can recommend them as an excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor to the system,
Tbeir use has been productive of decided be-
ceficial effects. WM. F, ROGERS.
Hon. James M. Wood, Ex-Mayor of WU-liam-'port,
I take great pleasure Id recommending
HooSaud's Gurman Tonic to aovonewho
my be afflicted with dyspepsia;' I bad the
dyspepsia so badly it was impoutoreto Keen
any food on my stomach, eod so I became
so weak as not to be able to walk balfa mile.
Two bottles of the Tonic effected a perfect
cure. JAMES M.WOOD.
noofland'a Germae Bitters
KlooHand's German Tonic
WILL CCBK BVE&V CAB OF
TIarasmoa, or tTustlnir Avraj
ot -Uie Body.
Remember that HocSaad'a GermeDReme
dies are the medicines you require to purify
the Blood, excite the torpid Liver to healthy
acp;n, ana to enable you to pass safely ta-o
any narajhipor exposure. DR. IIVUJ''
LAND'S POOOPII TLLIS, or SnV.
stitute lor Mercery Pills, Two Fills a dose.
Tht nost povtrful.ytt Innoeeni, Vegetable cm
thartit known. It is not necessary to take a
hhn h .il of these pills to produce the desired
efftct ; two of theiri set quickly and power-
m;iy, cleansing tee .Liver, atone acn i uow
els of all impurities. The principal inrred-
ieut is Podnphyllin, artho alcoholic extrtet
ol3andrakc, which ia by mauy times more
poweriui, acting ana searoning toan tbe
jlfandrake itself. Its peculiar action is upon
the Liver, cleauicj it spcodily from all ob
struction', with ell the power of merenry,
yet free from the injurious results attached
to ihe use of that luinoral. Forall diseases,
in which the use of a cathartic is indicated,
these pills will give entiro satisfaction in ev
ery case. They never fail 1 In case cf Liver
complaint, dyspepsia aud extreme costivea
PC3S, Dr.IocSar.d's Gecnan Bitters or Tonic
should be ued in connection with the Pills.
The tonic effect of the Bitters or Tonic builds
up the system. The Bitters ot Tonic purifies
the blood, strengthens the nerves, regulates
the Liver, and gives strength, energy and
vigor. Keep year bowels active with the
pills, and tone up the system with Bitters or
Tonic, and no disease ca retain its hold, or
ever aseil you . Eeco!rcct that its Hootland's
German Ro-f.ediest'natareso atitversally us
ed and highly recommended; and do not al
low the Druggist to induce you to take any
thing else that he may say is just as good,
because he makes a larger profit on it.
These remedies will be sent by express to
any locality upon application to the Princi
pal oincc, at tne berman medicine is tor,
631 Arch street, Philadelphia.
CHS. Jf. EVAN 8. Proprietor, formorlv C.
If. Jackson A Co.
These Bemedicaareforaale !y Drurzist.
Storekeepers, aud medicine dealers every
where. Fsb. !7, 15TI.
Warranted to l tise Cheapest
and the Beat!
Will do all V. i' recommended to do er the
flKSr It win -esiore gray or janea nair
to its natural color. It wiU change red hair
to s beautiful auburn.
SECOND It will tighten the hair, thus
arrestinr and preventing its fallingont.
TII1UD It will eradicate dandruff and
cure itching of the scalp and relieve that
nuneturtt! heat ia the head, of which many
FOURTH It will change harsh and wi
ry hair into the soft and silken appearanee,
so mut'h desired.
The following, among many acknowledg
ments to its superiority as a Hair Restora
tive and Dressing, will epeak for them
McCbxTrKLsviLti!,., Nov. JO, 1S7C.
TRe herebv certify that we have tested the
article called EXCELSIOR HAIR RE
STORATIYE,matn& t to be all that is
claimed fir it a complete Hair Restorer
and Hair Dressing.
M. W. Xi CAUTT.
GET THE BEST!
10. F. ..ft P.1
OR, IN PLAIN TYPE, TBS
Try one Package, and be Cos
2&cts. or 5 for $1
For Sale by. Druggists & Coun
Ciscissati, O., Oct. 8, 1870
S. Sprague, alcConnelsville, O: Send
as five grot of your Cattle Powders, (Ohio
Fawner's.) ' A. B. MERRIAM A CO.
The Ohio Farmer's Cood it ion rowde-.
is the best medicine for horses 1 have ev r
used, audi have tried many others Team
ster for ile Conceit ville Sarb Factory.
Porter 3t Pyle boy Ohio Farmer's Coc
-They cared my horse when I and a!l my
neighbors thought be would die.
"Tour Powders (Ohio Farmer's) should,
be more used among the farmers than they
are. I kcow them to be a good thing for
stock." J. A. ADAIR.
They are a good thics stock. DR.
Ask for the Ohio Farmer's Condition
Powders, and take DO other.
SIcConAelsT nie, Clilo,
PAIMTSJGILS, m YARMSHES !
GLASS, PUTTY, Jtc.
Pure Wines and Liquors
Dye TTeeds and Dye Stuffs treri-
W Great ears always used la selacting
Sfoir Drugs. We aim to keep nothiojc
SeTthatia inferior, rreeeriptious put ip
9-ii s safe and careful manner. e
-wold be glad t have some of your'