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FRIDAY, . . . March 10, ISTl.
KGIX STTBSCBIFTIOX.: '
Ob cepy, one year, whi
ot paid la aoraace, $.
no copy, rear, eewle
fra aelvanee, $!.
To Clob or ta, ,
lr an f hlrty-ave eeats
Taa Clah of fifteen, one
dollar ana twenty fire
cents each, - tIS.TS
f-ALL DXUKQUDfTa will be
ebarged wp, in all eaaee, at tit rate ef
Two Dollars a year.
To all whoa it may concern : C. B.
Sozrau bu thii day withdrawn from
tit Finn of Coehrsn, Bosnian, a Co.
. IT. M. COCHRAN,
- O. B. BOZKAN, -'
- J. F. SOXNAXSTIXE.
Urca4th, 1870. . - . ...
,.Tb partnership heretofore exist
ing between Fears & Hill is this
day, by tnataal consent, dissolved.
The books, notet, belong ing to
aid Firm, are ia- too hands of W
F. Peairs, at the store, and wo re
quest alU knowing themselvee in
debted to ns to call on hioi and
raake settlement for tame.
Feb. S5, 1871 2w.-
' Congress has passed a law granting
Pensions to surviving enlisted and
drafted men,1 ineludirg Hi) ilia and
Volunteers, who (erred Sixty Day
in the Waref 1812, and to the surviv
ing widows of such soldiers.
Those who know thejaselres entitled
to receive the benefit of the Aet, will
do well to call upon the undersigned,
who has in his possession the proof to
enable many of the old soldiers (or
their widows) of this sounty to procure
pebsiona. His terms are reasonable.
. JAS it. OAYUiRD.
Febl7,'71. AtcConneUville, O-
- P. H Surviving widows who were
married to soldiers, Ao.. before the 24th
of December, 181, are only entitled to
Pensions under this Act - . " " -
IIomk Maeket. Eggs are roue
ling at most of the stores at 15 cents
per dozan, allhTOgb Adams k Kah
ler are paying SO cents in trade for
them. Batter is retailing at 20 cts.
Ter pound wheat: is worth I1S5
per bushel at the mills ; flour is
selling at 17 00 per barrel and $1,
75 por sacc at the mills ; eorn meal
is retailing at 80 cents per bushel ;
cort sold at the river last week at
5 cents per butthel.
CrsoKNAn Livx irocK HatKir.
The following are the quotations
at the Brighton pens, of Cincinnati,
en Jlondsy eTening last;
; Beef Cattle The receipts were
only moderate, and the supply be
ing hardly equal to the demand, the
market was firmer, and closed at aa
advance of 25a. to 50c per cental on
the figures current last Ihnrsday.
The butchers were . the principal
purchasers. The pens this evening
' were about cleared. We quote com
mon 13 604, fair f 4 254 SO. rood
5g5 50, prime botcher staff (5 75
(H, 6 per cental grovs. Xo shipping
cattle on the market to-day.
Sheep The demand continues
fair about equal to the receipts
and the market closed steady at IS,
50(5 per cental prose for common
to prime. All offered were sold.
Ilogs The sepply has been rath
er in excess of the demand, and the
market ro led dull, .and prices are
easier. A few remained in the pens
this evening untold. We note light
to good averages 15 507 25 j-er
cental gross, witb sales ot a lew
heavy hogs at $7 50.
MO.VEYl A great many men that
are in debt for the Co wax eta tits, will
he in town next week in atteudanse on
Court. We hope all such will not fail
to make their appearance at the office
and settle their accounts.
Koticx Hew Advertisements.
. A RTHca Baaxca, of o Marietta,
moved to Southwestern MissoarL
Corm of Common l'leas, for this
County, convenes next Monday.
- A ZASacrnxix, in the City Time, is
arguing for a Kailroad down the Mus
tVrxFiEU Scott, ' formerly a MoCon
nelsville boy, ' has been appointed
freight Ssent of the Marietta Cincin
nati Railroad. . . -
Toe Tableaux Entertainment,
given last week by the ladies of the
Baptist Church, realized 1110 clear
of all expenses. .
' Suit the rush w to D. V. Wil
liamson's Barber Chop for a shave,
hair cat, or shampoo. He is psy
ing the highest cash price for La
. dies' Hair. - : - - .
Horn Bckkx. Fred. Snyler,
who lives In Bloom township, lost
Lis Loose by fire on Thursday of
last week. .2e also Lost the whole
ot his household goods. Mr. Stay
Isr and wife were absent frs-m home
at the time. The house
J. H. Kwsxt, Corrtsponding Sec-j-etary
of the Peim vVlle Farmers'
Club, want to- b.ear frora vs. TTe
have c!t to ssy that our ppr is
open for the encouragement ef all
soh rustitutions. T regoest,
tboegh. that matters for pabliea
tios be handed o sent as as boob
as they are sent te oar co-teanpors-ry.
We dont wan is paWi4 any
dead or stale matter,
A Railroad Mess Meeting Will be
held at the TUtlX HlLL, ia Mc-
Conne'.sville, on Saturday, March 18th,
1871, at 10 o'clock, A.M. The subject
of organising anew Railroad Company.
and other important questions, will be
presented for consideration. - A report
is expected then from a Committee
sent to examine the Great Mineral Re
gion of 1'erry County, and the prao
ticability of making a Railroad to this
place. Every person in the County
who feels an interest in the welfare and
prosperity of our people, are cordial
ly invited to attend.
notrsi Boekt. Albert Uamble
ton, of Windsor township, had bia
house, a frame worth probably
bout eight hundred dollars, des
troyed by fire yesterday morning
at about 8 o'clock, lie saved most
of his household roods. The house
Masbizd At the residence of the
bride's parents, Mareh 8th, by Rev. B.
E. Edgell, William Peairs to Miss alar
the Ofierd, all of Mergan eo., Ohio.
A Good- Idia. We leara that a
proposition is to be presented tc
oar Town Council to hare the
names of our - streets and alleys
paiated upon the corner buildings
thereof, and also to have the baild
ings Bmmfered. This is a good
idea, and if it ean bo done at a sat
isfactory price, it should bo.
Din. On Thursday Evening 3d inst.
Amos F. Whissen, of Beverly, died of
heart disease, at his home, aged about
sixty-fiffc years. The deeeased had
been feeling unwell for about amonth,
bat no apprehensions were entertained
relative to his condition. . He died ve
ry suddenly while sitting in his chair,
however, just after eating a hearty
meal. Formerly he was a citisen of
McConnelsville, and was engaged in
the Dry Goods bar rn ess for many years
at the stand just tbove Shepard & Dio
key's milL A boot fifteen years ago
he moved to Beverly, where, np to his
deth, he was engaged in the Flouring
Mill business. His funeral, which oc
curred on Sunday, was the largest, pro
bably, ever in Beverly. The steamer
Mink was chartered for the accommo
dation ot the lsrce number of Masons,
and other friends, that were in attend
ance from this piaee.
, Mas. . Phkbs HmrHRST died at
the residence of her son, John Hum
phrey, near Gratiot, Licking county,
Ohio, on Saturday last,- March 4th, in
the 82d year of her age. Her maiden
name was Phebe Updike, and she was
born in London county, Virginia, and
married Joseph Humphrey at the age
of 25 years, after which, in 1839, they
moved to Morgan county, Ohio. ' For
the last eighteen years preceding her
death, she was widow, and for the
last Sve years of her life she has lived
with her sen, above mentioned, at
Gratiot. Ehe leaves five children liv
ing, all now middle aged men and wo
men, three of whom are living in this
County. The last 17 years of her life,
she was so badly afflicted with rheum
atism aa not to be able te walk. Her
remains were buried at the Mt Olive
Chareh esmetery, near Rosseau, this
County, oa Tuesday last. .
Proceedings of County Commissioners.
The County Commissioners con
vened oc Monday, and transacted
business as follows :
The Jasper Daugherty applica
tion for vacation of read in Pena k
Union townships, was read and laid
over till the next regular session.
The John Shaner application for
vacation of road in Homer town.,
ship, was read, and laid over till,
the next regular session of the Com
missioners. On the James M . Bishop petition
for alteration of road in Homer tp.,
Daniel Martin; William Spurrier,
and Lewis Balding were appointed
The Isaao Hummel application
for location ot road in Marion and
Penn townships was taken np, and
James M, Bishop, Elijah Bradrick,
and John Sbanar were appointed
On the & J. Hiatt petition for al
teration ef toad m Marion town
ship, Mahlon H. Parsons, J. Harris,
ana Wm. H. Manly were appointed
On the John C. Morrey petition
for alteration of road in Marion
township, C C. Cheadle, Eugene
Pierrette, and James Gormly were
appointed viewers. ;
XJn the B. T. Falconer petition
for alteration of road in Homer tp.,
Daniel Martin, - William Spurrier,
and Lewi Balding were appointed
The Commissioners appointed
Arthur Pend, County Surveyor, as.
the Karreyor to aeeompany tne
viewers on the, above mentioned
roads. . . .
The Hiram Ward petition for
bridges . across Sunday Creek, in
Homer township, on the road from
Athens to McConne'svillo, was laid
over for farther consideration.
The James Finney petition for
alteration of road in Bloom town
ship, vfos laid over until the next
It was ordered that a levy ot one
taill oa each dollar's valuation on
the Taa Duplicate of Morgaa coun
ty, should be made for a Boad and
Bridge road for 1871, and that half
of it should be spent on the roads
and the other oa bridges.
H. 1L Vincent Bro haying of
fered to furnish the Coanty With a
Transit Instrument and to estab
lish a true line of Meridian for the
Cou&iy, all for one hundred and
IwsaHj-fWe dollars, the iastrmaeat
to be subject at aU times to Vincent
k Sro'f. nee for cfctarsiirg the eor
reet tiane, the aropositrOa vfas ac
It was oraerert that the sum of
MTty d,llar, b, appropd to
assist ia building a culvert and ia
opening the new road on the John
S. Thomas farm, t be expended
under the care of Joshua Davis:
Alter allowing sundry small bills,
the Commissioners adjourned, on
Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, K
R K. Matties. Again we are
cheered by the prospects of having
a Railroad. Keoently, Hon. Bicha
ard Stanton met a Mr. Howard in
Columbus, who ia connected with a
Boston Company that is eugaged in
building Railroads throughout the
West, and during conversation Mr.
Howard proposed to build the
South Western .Railroad, changing
tbe Northern terminus to New
Philadelphia, on a plan as follows:
Mr. Howard will lorai a Railroad
Company, issue and sell. the Com-
pany bonds to an extent deemed
requisite by the Company, and on
a local . subscription being made of
so much per mile along the route,
the amount to be determined by
contract and to be paid when the
road is completed, the Company
will proceed to build the road at
once. He a!) proposes to give the
local subscribers stock in the road
to the amount ot their individual
subscriptions at their option, or he
will cause certificates of indebted
ness to be issued to them, on the
payment of their subscriptions, for
the amount subseribed, bearing 4
per coat, interest, and to be paid in
stock after the road has been run
ning for five years,' thereby giving
the local subscribers an opportuni
ty to beoome stockholders, if thsy
so desire, after it has been determ
ined by actual experiment whether
the road is a profitable one or not.
On Monday evening last, a meet
ing of many of the prominent citi-
zsns of McConoe'sville and Malta
was held in the Mayor's office of
this village, presidsd over by TS.ll.
Slahbery, Esq., Chairman of the
Executive Railroad Committee of
the County, and the above plan
was considered, and all looked upon
it as the most favorable that has
ever been presented to us. On mo
tion it was determined to tend Hon.
F. W. Wood and Arthur Pond to
Columbus to eonfer with Mr. How
ard relative to the matter, and to
get him to come here and go over
the line of road, and thereby arrive
at some conclusion relative to the
amount of local subscription per
mile that will be required. A fund
of $10 was raised immediately to
defray expenses incidental to a tho
rough investigation of this mattor,
and more was promised should that
not prove enough. On motion the
Executive Committee was empow
ered to select three intelligent, ef
ficient men to accompany Mr. How
ard along the line of. road ; after
which the meeting adjourned, all
feeling we are nearer having a
Railroad than ever before.
We have it from Mr. Stanbery
that the legal proceedings to dis
encumber the South Western road
of the incubus of debt that is hang
ing ever it are being pushed for
ward as speedily as possible and
that something definite as to re
sults will be forthcoming as sooc as
a new appraisement can be had.
Whatever may be the result of a
conference with Mr. Howard, we
are satisfied that we of Morgan
county can have a Eailroad if we
will but clear the South Western of
debt, an 4 then throw out to the
world a reasonable bid, ia the
shape of a locat subscription, for
foreign capital to come to our as
sistance. P. S. Since the above was put
m type, Judge Wood and Arthur
Pond have returned from Columbus,
and they report a favorable confer
ence with Mr. Howard. Mr. H.
says he will visit this locality m a-
boot three weeks, and after he hss
gone over the proposed road, will
make a proposition ia the name of
the Company he represents. He
is in favor ot building that part of
the road between the Perry County
Coal-fields and M Conn els ville first,
as he is certain it would be a pay
ing investment . alone, and be is
willing to take individual stock in
it himself. After the completion of
the road from the Coal-fields to Mo-
Connelsville, it can be extended on
E&at as fast as possible.
Tbb Prohibition eause is going on
finely in Delaware since the hold
ing of the Prohibition State Cotfven-
tion. 8. IL Dona van, Esq., writes t s
that he expects Delaware cnuaty te bo
the banner Cesntj ef the State this
Fall. Besides this we learn from the
Delaware Gazette, a Republican Pro
Whisky paper, that fourteen saloons
have bien recently closed in the eity,
and that aU the Drug firms there have
united ia a Card saying they will not
sell any kind ef Spirituous liquors to
anybody excepting a physician. The
GomIU, however, is ia a bad way about
the Prohibition movement and wants
to knew what a County Auditor or
Treasurer has to de with Prohibitory
Legislation.' 8uppose ia return, Mr.
Gatetie, we ask what a Count Auditor
or Treasurer has to do with Republican
or Democratic Legislation T When you
answer our question, won have an ans
wer to your own. probably. The (fa
utu also talks muchly about the Pro
hibitionists not enforcing the present
taws. Is the GaSetutoigmnckX as not
to know that the enforcement of t&e
present fswt te the sworn business and
duty of certain of the officers of Dela
ware County t Is your Prosesuting
Attorney a Prohibitionist, a Democrat,
er Republican T If he is a Prohibi
tionist yon eaa justly blame oaf party
with net enforcing the laws; if he is
xt, then the blame must rest some
where else, probably on your own par
Hats and Caps.
m. !,: tl .
Who, in this community, has not of-
ten, in times past, improved hisap -
pearanee by buying a new hat or cap
ofH. SnenceT We venture tW r
veryfew.if any , within a radius ef te J
miiee arouna Aconneisviiie, tnat
eonld answer this question in the neg
ative. Mr. Spence has been in busi
ness at his present stand on Center
street for over twenty-four years, and
during that time has been exclusively
in his present trade, and having car
ried on during all that time the most
extensive establishment of the kind
ever in the Couaty, and having al
ways kept the best and most fashiona
ble classes ef goods, we take it for
granted that he has been patronised
by aluiost, if not quite all our citisena.
And, now, we would say that these
twenty-four years of business life, of
dealing with all our various kinds of
people, of learning the wants of our
citizens, has peculiarly fitted him to
Igiveallwho may patronise hint the
most complete satisfaction in the way
of a new 8pring hat . or cap. , Exper
ience, all admit, is a great teacher, the
greatest, perhaps, and it ia indisputa
ble that the truth of the saying is nev
er better exemplified than in mercan
tile life. It not only makes a merch
ant a good judge of goods, but it also
enables him to learn the art of beying
cheap, thereby enabling him io tell
good Goods at a low or. reasonable
price. That Mr. Spence has exper
ience all will admi t, and that he has
profited by it none will deny that will
step into his store and examine his
large stock of hats and caps and learn
their price. All will remark . "The
best in point of quality, fashionable
and varied in style and assortment,
and cheap in price !' In addition to
his main business, Mr. Spence pays the
highest cash prices for all kinda of
shipping Furs, tluskrat, Mink, Ac;
and he also will dress over or repair
hate for those desiring.
Give him a call when in want of any
thing in his line. -
For the Conservative.
Ma. Editob : 1 believe I bave
never been guilty of speaking dis
respectfully of men's brains on ac
count of difference of opinion. I
leave it to community to measure
the capacity of those wbo eo fre
quently use the phrases no brains,'
'sap heads,' &c.
I am glad that the Rev. Perplex
ed haa quoted tha language of Mr.
Barnes. The reason why I did not
quote in fall was because the Edi
tor ef the Conservative requested me
to limit myself to a column. But
the idea was preserved, though the
exact language of Mr. Barnes is
mnre fearful than the "so many."
I condensed so as not to intrude.
Reader, ponder well the languege
of Mr. Barnes. When you have
fully comprehended it, then ponder
the language of Saonn, as usod in
his sermon on Hell, (I quote exact
ly from Alger's "Hist. l)oo: Future
Life," p. 540): . "I sink under the
weight of this subjoct, and 1 find in
the thought a mortal poison which
diffusetb itself into every period .cf
my life, rendering society tiresome,
nourishment insipid, pleasure die
gnstful, and life itself a cruel bit
ter." ... .
In Sanrin and-Hames, by their
own confessions, we have two mel
ancholy examples where life is
made miserable by - believing in a
God that cruelly tortures his chil
dren endlessly. These men saw and
felt the magnitude of this great
svil ; their minds were tortured,
and "life itself a cruel bitter." ?ou
see bow these men have Buffered
from the "mortal poison." But the
Rev. Perplexed is "content ;":his
"mind is at rest." What .can be
thought of the man that is contect
to see so many of bis fellow-creatures
hurled into an endless ruin ?
Is-thsre not a little humanity wan
ting? Is there not a display of
hettrtleesleas 7 Of course, the Rev.
Perplexed believes he will escape
the awful doom. God will spare
him. Bat the query, "If God's mer
cy is so great as to spare Rev. Peis
plexed, could ic not, with more ease,
save all the rest 7"
Now, these "plain Ei-glish ques
lions : What ones have not been
virtually answered ? ' Let ns seel
Ho "wants to make a name in com
munity." No one can suppose that
it would be any honor to discuss
with such a man as tho Rev. Per
plexed. The onlj reason for it
would be that many, fcr the first
time, wou'd get to hear the grand
truths of Universahsm as taught in
the saored Scriptures, " But the
Rev. Perplexed will not debate,
and why ? In the language ef Mr.
Jiarnes, "i see not one raj ox light,
to disoloss to me why sin came into
the world ; why the earth is strewn
with the dyinr and the dead, and
trAy men must suffer ia all eternity."
Barnes here distinctly says that te
him there is "not one ray of light to
disclose" why rasa must eternally
suffer. The Eev. Perplexed know
ing that there is not one resson
why his awful . dogma should bs
true, thinks it not policy to public
ly expose it. No one can doubt but
be would crush the Universalist
Church if he could. - If debating
would do it, be would gladly seize
the opportunity. It is strange that
the Rev Perplexed is so opposed to
a friendly discussion, bat not oppos
ed to calling those, differing iiom
him, "rgnorant," "fiends," "no
brains," "swine," and descending
into the lowest slang, besides as
saulting a man over a name not hie
own. Quite an easy way to meet a
man by calling him barsh- names
and using opprobrious epithets.
Ton ask the question, if changing a
man's belief would tnake him bet
ter. Undoubtedly, if yoa were a
UmversxliBt yo would be some
thing store of a gentleman', to say
nothing about being a little more
But, sir, condescend so low as to
let "a boy only 2z," with "no
brains," and ''ignorant," make a
suggestion : If a man -with yotrr
prodigious brain would use a little
more becoming language, he might
be more highly respected iff com
raunity. J. P. McLANE.
MeConnelsriTle, March 3d, 1871.
Somsbsdt is sendine about fiftv eoo-
ies ef the Cincinnati GasetU and Chrw
eit m parties nereeoouta tree or onarge.
w- wndw Mw wnoTifoP these par
lp.ra. Is it the same set of tricksters
that are promising County offices to
sore-heeds two- or three years in ad-
T A m
For the Conservative.
PENNSVILLE, March 4th, 1871.
Ma. Editob s Sir : With your per
mission, I wish to say to the farmers
and other patrons of your paper, that
the farmers of this locality have form
ed a Club, known as the Farmer's Club
of Westland. 1 ts object is the discus
sion of topics relating to Agriculture,
Horticulture, 4c It organ ized by the
election of the following officers : -
B. Hallowell, President ;
W. C. Strode, Tice President ;
James II. Kinssy, Cor. Secretary ;
R. W. Thompson, Rec Secretary ;
J. Mendenhall, Treasurer.
The meeting, March 4th. took dace
at the School House ia Sub. Districts 8
and 14, Penn and Marion townships'.
Topics of discussion i Best Plows and
l . . -I I..- r :
uucussion bv V C. Strode J. If end!
enhelLR Shields, J. H. KJnsey, L.
King, VY. Thompson, J. Bmgman, T.
BWC,i r. strode, ana omers.
extmeeting, featuiday, Siarch 13
Subject : Different kinds f Manures
and Proper Time to Apply Them. The
Club propose to furnish to the papers
of our Couaty a synopsis of their do
ings as-local news, if the proprietors
think t worthy a place in their col
umns, ns near iromyou.
'1 J. H. KIXSBV. Cor. See.
4rOnr new spring and cummer stock of
WALL PAPER and WINDOW 8 HADES
has juit arrived, and we invite everybody to
call and purchase their Goods of us, confi
dent that ere cm please in styles and prices.
We challenge comparison with any stock in
this part of the state. Our Goods are pur
chased direct from twe of the largest manu
factories in the country, and will be found
to comprise the handsomest and best line of
patterns ever onereu in at uonneisviiie.
IE. Spxn'cx, on "Wednesday even
ing, received another large addi
tion to hid stock of Hats and Caps.
Call at once and get your choice.
Cord, Tassels, A-r.
New and fresh stock of Cubtaix ard
Picri'ts Cord, Tasssu, Ac., just received
at ADAIR'S Bock Store.
Gixrs can be accommodated with "Xils
son' Bows and "Niobe" Scarfs, the latest
thing ia the Keek tie line, aTSill's.
wIl is important that our people should
be made acquainted with the fact that their
interests can be best subserved by purcha
sing their supplies of Will Pirea and Win
now Saieta st A DAIS'S Book store. They
will sot only find the largest stock, greatest
variety of pattern, cheapest Goods, and
most elegant styles from which to select, tut
thej ean have their WALL PAPEK trimmed
ready to hang up on their walls, rut or
Vwm Goods at Stone's this week I
Ws are selling out oar old stock at lowest
rates to snake rooas for the aew.
JOHN B. STOXE.
' Headquarter for WALL PA PES
sBd WINDOW SH ADKS is at Adair's
Book Store. Uo and examine their stock.
Guvxa at Halliday A Co's for 19 cents a
Krwlet of Alpaceus, De Laines, Silks,
Foplins, aad other summer Dress Uoods,
expected erery day a. Stone's.
Comscu.anivalsof spring Hats, Rib
bons. Flowers and Laoes,at G. E. UalUday
A Co's. ' -
tTIVOOlT SHADE ! I
A Urge and excelltoi stock of Gbeek and
Burr Hou4Nos, of ell styles, together with
a fib eeserttnent of figured Cloth and Pa
rts Winnow tiaAOB, just reotived at A-
PAiU-ti ook Store this week.
Bsross veu to West. E.ist.Sorth or South
step .into Stone's aad buy a Trunk, Valise,
or anything you want la that line. All the
late styles on hand. -
?Y the celebrated Navy tobacco at
irrmo work for men, just the thing to
plew in, at Stone's.
na Having pnrebased a Wall Parts
TamviB, we are now prepared to trim all
Psper sold by us without extra charge to
the purchaser, litis will be found a great
saving of tme and labor to those wbo in
tend papering their House. - '
. ADAIR BEOS.
Yot can buy geod tobacco very low,
Osb-Plut shirt fronts at Stone's. The
latest style. -
If you want a nice pipe, go to Put.
Bccarrs and Tubs st Slnne's.
Tss largest and best assortment of doets
and Shoes ever brought to.UcConnelsvUlo,
at John Stiffs.
Elmx summer shawls, the most fash
ionable styles worn in the East, for s&le ve
ry rhenp at Stone's.
Psasos suing West this Bprin; should
remember that c ILL keeps the most com
plete assortment of Trunks, Satchels and
Tbb Ladies should call at John Siitt's
and examine his new stock of Gaiters.
Kick stylish Gaiters for tho'jLadie. for
spring snd summer wear of Tl, from $1 it
upwards, at Stone's.
BXAX& BOOKS I
A large sod fine stock of Blakk Books,
of ell kind! and sizes, bound iu substantial
style, and made of the best material, receiv
ed at ADAIR'S Book Store, per Steamer
u Julie," oa yesterday.
. Wi buy our Gaiters direct frora the msn
nfactnc:. and tkev cannot be beaten for
style, durability or cheapness.
. AsTtmso you want in the Boot and Shoe
line can be found at John Siitt's store.
; Tns plaee to get dry Stoga Cigars, is
at P. Sweeney's.
SSUALL PAPER porchased at
Anaia't Book Store ail! be trimmed grat-
- Xaw stock of Ladies' and Kisses Ilaii
just received at the aliases Ualbrook's.
G tars' Furnishing floods in great pro
fusion at Bill's. Also a large assortment of
Brashes and combs.
Scrap ftootre I
New rock of cnir Books just received
at ADAIR'S Book Store.
IT sw Goose, in gr-at variety, expected
next weak at the iliaies llolbrook'a.
Ckur trimmings excellent for pipe
smoking, very cheap at P. Sweeney's.
WALL PAPER I
, WAlili PAPER II
... WALL, PAPER tit
New stock for the Spring and Summer
trade of 1871, just opened at ADAlU'9
Book 8 tore. They bave so immense vari
ety ol rich and eleeant patterns,- and tbe
best acd cheapest Wuods ever D re. got to
. BrirL'3 stock sf eoflaYi- afij neckties is
complete t a'.so they are offering great in
ducements' ia Dry Seeds-, Motions, and Gro
ceries. Mcsic a, HbrrSM m.-ffe hsveit! re
ceived a five assortnseat of Violins and
French aad Gemma Aeeordeons. Hsrmo
areas in enifleta variety, at Vincent A Bra's.
retrf-rrvB cents' wifl buy twe phtgeef
good Kavy tobacco at P. Sweeney's.
TtlKDOvT nXTCRES 1 1
Hew and htrge stock of Witaov Fixrctsa,
Of an improved kind, received at ADAIB'8
Book store this week.
Casts. Stoddard crooks, and ether late
styles, suitable fur old gentlemen, at Vin
Ths best Italian strings for Guitar and
Violin, just received at Vincent's.
aTsoriAos e aoLia o WALL PA
PER, suitable for the old and young, grave
and gay, rich and poor, at very low figures,
just opened at Asais's Book start. .
THE LAST CHANCE
5 WILL DO !
Shares selling rapidly
For a superior Steel Ensravrng er
Chromo well worth the money and
which ybu are sure to get at onee, and
A roltnno of 39,O00!
Also one of $10,000 I one of Sfi.OOD 1 &
oneof $3,5001 $3,000! $2,500 I $1.6001
$1,400! $1,2001 and St other GRAND
From twelve hundred down to three
hundred DOLLARS ! the aggregate
value of which is Ninety fire thousand
DOLLARS ! ALL of Which will posi-
7. , ,
. J- - r
if at nft nuinnnufl aa Tri , mrtn
On tbe 21st or April next. -
ALL persona wishing shares should
send S5 at once, before the hooks are
cloeed, and they will receive by return
mail, carefully packed in tubes, one of
8TJPERB WORKS OF ART,
And a ticket through which
A fORTtHE WILL BE WOS BY
SOME OXE 1
Either one of the following I'iae Plo-
- turea sent atonce,
' With a share in the Distribution
"The Marriage of Poeahonfas," On ve
ry heavy plate paper, 39x42 inches,
Or "An American Autumn,"
A beautiful Chromo printed in oil,
tints, Aa, 25x34 inches.
Or "The Day We Celebrate,"
A superb steel engraving, on heavy
plate paper, site 28x33.
Or "Tho Landing of Columbus," On ve
ry heavy plate paper, 28x31 '
The Manager begs to state that time
is required to carry through success
fully so large an enterprise, but the
public are now satisfied of the honesty
and usefulness of the plan, and thous
ands have been ready to invest as soon
as the date of drawing was positively
fixed upon. This has now been done,
acd every shareholder ' is solicited to
interest himself in furthering the sale
of the remaining tickets.
No better or stronger endorsements
of the plan and object of the sale, the
value of the property, or the manage
ment of the scheme, could be desired
than the endorsements given by pro
minent citizens and leading papers.
KQ, REMEMBER -&t
That there are only 19,000 shares, and
that every one paying So becomes a
shareholder, and receives st once a su
perb Work ef Art, worth the amount
invested, and a ticket in the Distribu
tion of the prises, which may yield a
$25,000 prixe.'or an equal chance in tf4
prises, the aggregate value of which is
THE MOST LIBERAL TERU3TO
are now offered --every person sending
a list of fire names , together with So
for each name, shall receive one Five
Dollar share in the distribution of pri
ses, with one of the Fine Works of
Art. Large commissions, and prrhaps
a Fortune f may be the fesfllt ef a lit
tle effort. Try and make up a list a
mong your friends.
Shares are being taken rapidly. All
'money received for orders after the
books are closed will be promptly re
turned, to tlmdera. Adrtresa
J. U DERBY, General Manager.
177 Broadway, Kew Tork, or Augusta,
TO J. C. DERBY. .
Manager" of the Great Premium Land
Sale, of the following well known
Publishers, Bankers, and other pro
ininent citisena of Kew York. .
Ntw York, Dec. lStl, 1870.
Mr. J. C. Derby, long and favorably
known as a Publisher in this city and
subsequently United States Commis
sioner for the Paris Exposition of 136?
we, the undersigned, have known in
timately, and take pleasure in bearing
testimony to his gentlemanly charac
ter, strict integrity, and honorable dea
ling as a business man.
Daniel Appleton & Co., Publishers and
Oeo P Putnam, Pub'r & Bookseller.
Geo W Carlton, Publisher.
Wm Orton, President Western Union
Erestus Brooks, Proprietor New York
Geo Jones, Prop. New York Times.
Isaao Henderson, of New York Even
ing Post. .
J U Orvis, President New York Secur
Geo F Baker, Cashier 1st Natl Bank.
Greenleaf, -tforru & Co., .Brokers, 66
Chas A Stetson, Astor House,
. i i
C. Ia. HALL,
Wholesale afid Retail .
, MALTA, OHIOs
ej BUSINESS DONK ON A
STRICTLY CASH SISTE1! !.t
Hot. 11 lotO-U.
SberUTs Sale on Mortgage.
Jean Eoyt vs. Basil L. Medley, Matthew
ucvaii, ei. ai.
By viriae ef an order te sell, aaJ te ml
directed, from the Court of ooamoa Fleas
of Morgan Cooaty, Ohio, ia th above en
titled action, I will offer for s ale at public
section, at the door of the Court House ia
McCeaael villo ia said eoo&ty ef Morgan,
On Friday, the 3ltli day of
March, A. D., lSTl,. j
at one o'clock, T. V., of ei1 dayT the
following rral ettate situate ia said county
of Uergitn and State ef Ohio, in wit i -
Beiac a part of fractional section nnmbor
three (3) Townhip Bomber siDo(y) Kaage
irnnbir twslra (121 and bounded aa follows:
Befinoiiig at the Southwest corner of (aid
fractional section, theses running with the
South boundary line thoreof Kaat 1(138
poles to tbs corner ei John Honry's lot,
thonea runniagwilh said Henry 's line IT. 1 S"
East 67 Hi poles to a stone, thence 1.4S
polos to tho East boundary line ef said
fractional section, thence running Korth
11.61 poles to s stone and corner of the Jo
siah Ward lot, theaeeronning witi said
Ward's line and line of William SaHkrld'a
West lst.se poles U a ttene oa the West
boundary lino of eaid Seel ion. thence run
ning witb said Weetline Sa.sl poles to tho
I nine witb said west line 8a.
. .. . ...
, pjsce n ne(inninc containing vaao-iww
I acres, be the same More or lose. Anoraised
at 12200. Terms cash. '
A. D. HAVES ER, SU'ffef If. C. O.
John E. Ilsbn. Atty,
Feb. lTth 1871 Sw.
A. T. 'Whiesen vs. Henry V. SV-wman.
Notice is hereby givea that I will offer for
tales public auction at the aoorof the
Court House ia McCouiiv'avUle, on
Tuesday de 33rd tay of
.I2arcli, A.D t?tl,
at twelve Volock, M.,of said day, the fol
lowing described real estate situate ia Mor
gan county and Slate of Ohio, to-wit i
Lot Ko. twenty -cglit (28), in Sanborn's
third Addition to the town "t Btoekport.
Taken as the property of l'eary W. New
man oa aa execution in fnvi.r nf A. '.
Whiiuen, and lulled by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the county nf la or -o a and
Slate of Ohio, and to me dirrrtet'; as Sheriff
of said ouunty. Appraised a; $130.00..
A. V. HAVEXTR, gberrff M. C. 0.
J. T. Cutw,-Attorney for I'luiutilf. '
lebruary 17, 1871 Sw.
Sheriffs Sale on Mortgage
flaming Crew ts. Yandiver Jf jtt, et. nx.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed trom the Court of Com mm Pleas of
Uorgan county. Ohio, in the abnve entitled
action, I will offer lor sale at public auc
tion at the door of the Court House ia 11c
Connelsville, la aaid county, on
Monday, tbe 13th UKy of
at one o'clock, P. M-, of said day. the fol
lowing described real estate situate ia
Windsor township in the county of Morgan
and State ef Ohio, to-wit : . -
All that eot part of Lot No. 1111, section
No. thirtr I JO). townihiD No. ezlit (81. of
range No. eleven (11), that lies eat of the
division line lence between John x. allaee
and Jainea TV si lace in improvements en
said Let containing eighty (80) acres more
or less. A ppraised at . Terms cash.
A. V. U.A V iJS in, Cherifi, at. C. U.
J. T. Casw, Attorney. .
February 10, 1871 5w.
Oa the 8th day of Februsrr, in the year
1871, the Probate Court of Morgan county
declared the estate of Samuel Beawick, de
ceased, te be probably insolvent. Cred
itors ar therefore required to present their
clr.iass against the estate to the onderaign
ed for allowance within six (A) months
from the time above mentioned, er they
will not be entitled to pay men f.
JOHN 8. ABBOTT.
' Administrator f Samuel Beawick, dee'd.
February in, 1871 w.
Harry vs. Harry et aL
Thomas F. Harry and the unknown heirs
of John Harry deceased whose place of res
idence ia unknown, and Benjamin F. Harry
who resides in the count? of Yernon in
State of Wisconsin, will take notice that
William T. Horry of the eotrety of Mnrgaa
In the Bute of Ohio, did on the 26th lny ot
December, A. P. 1870, file his petition ia
the Court ef Common- Pleae within and for
the Coanty of Morgan fn said 8:ate of Ohio,
against the said Thomas F. Harry and Ben
jamin F. Harry and many others, setting
forth that said plaintiff in tenant is com
mon witb the said Thomas f. Harry and
Benjamin F. Harry and others, and that he
is seised in fee simple of the undivided one
tenth 1-18 part of the following -described
Premises to-wit : (Situate in said county of
organ and State of Chi", snd being twen-ty-ibur
24 acres inducting the School
House Lot off the North end ot the following
premises: the North West part of the Korth
Wfl Quarter of Section thirty-four 34
Township e'ght 8, Kan ire thirteen 13,
containing forty-five 45 arret more or
lees, and praying that partition may be
made of said premise. and the aid Thora
ss F. Harry and Benjamin F. Hairy sad
said nnknowu heirs of John Harry deceased,
are hereby notified tbnt they are required
to appear and anawer aaid petition on er
before the third Saturday after the 10th
diy of ilarch, A D., 1871.
Feb. J, '71 Iw.J i. T. CSEW, Att'r.
SPEEDYGUM ! !
t& Id -A. T ! -s
S TO RE !
E. 8. Woodward
- " & .
W. A. MATHEWS & CO
Keep the best of everything the market
anorua ui me urocery ana x rovisiou t.ine i
Tuey krow just what will tickle the palates
MUTTONl BEEF! TEAL
And all kinda ef meats aeld so eheap that
it always grrea their euxtoaters gied appe
(ties to eat. It makes hiirgry people hap
py, healthy end robust ; drives sickness
from the smaaehald; spoils the trade oft he
Doctors sad makea every cook prrad ef her
table. Husbands, whe bave cress wives,
will alwavt find a few eats of
KOAST AND STEAK,
FROM THIS HOUSRA ,
& p e e d y C 11 rc
for trouble. Its savory presence en the ta
ble always puts everybody ia a good hunt
er, end at the Buckeye Block is the place
te get it I Aak anyledy, in the efsTon
ef whose countenance yew see dr BEEF
BTEAK.-ffsf and thsy -can tell yea the
plac. Ine j alee keep all kinda of the ve
At the lowest pries I They way, tse ; snd,
what is more remarkable, they hay aad sell
everything, from a
Cracke4 Eg to m Fat Steer 1 1
Give them a cell. One Doer East of Hi
Sneaard'a wholes! Grocery, Center St.,
Dee. 21, 1870 Int.
J-S.HA1T5A. Is. U.KIHSIDT.
HANNA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'S AMU COUN?ELLCHS
On Csnter Street, near the Public Square,
"BPeoial sUeaties I'TSa te Celleetioss.
DOOFLA3D g COLl jl.
Te DehiliUtti Pervm. To Dytptptia.
To Sujfcrert frtm IAw ComplauU. T
lo4 having w Appetite To thou suti
broken down Cnutiiutiomi. To JVsrvows
PeofU. To Children Watting Aunty. To
any with DoUlitaied Digtltvo OrgaxM. Or
tJtrig from. v of the JolLneing rymp
tomt, srairA Miea'o IHttrrdtrti laior or
Stomach, oueJk a Consliuatljn, aiiii Inward
File?, Fullness and Blood to the Heed, A
cidity of the Stomach, Nsoses, Flrartborn.
Diegost for Food, Fnllnese or vWgbt ia
the Stomach, Boor Kructations, Suiting or -Flattering
at the pit of the Stomach, the
Swimming of the Head, Eortied snd Dii
Scult Breathing, Flattering at tbe Heart,
Cheeking or Ho9bcatlng 8ealions when
in a lying poetare". Dimness of Vision, Dote
or Webs before the Bight, Fever aad Dull
Yellowness ot tbe Skin sad Kyes, IVo is
tbe Side, Back, Chest, Limhe. etc, Sodden
Flashes ol Heat, Burning in tbe Flesh, sad
ImsgielDgsef Evil, snd Ureal Depression
ef dpirits. - -.-.--iTeofiOBd's
CermsB Dltters X
A Bitters without Alcohol or fpririts of
any kind, is diiJereot from all others. It is
composed of tta pure juices, or Vital Prin
ciple ot Roots, Herbs, and Barks, (or. es
siedicioelly termed, Extracts,) tie worth
less or inert poitioos of the it gradients not
being seed. Therefore In one bottle of this
Bitters there is contained as much medicin
al virtue as will be found m several (allocs
ot ordinary BrijInrB. Tee Boots-, Ao, Seed
in this Bitters art grown in Germany, their
vital principles extracted in the cQuiry bj
s scientific ClemUt sod forwardtd to the
inaouractorj in the city, where they are all
compounded and bottled. - Cootaiuinf ao
soirituoos ingredients this Bitters is free
trom the objections erged agaioet all oth
er? ; no desire for stimulants can be indncH
ed from their ess, they cannot make dren
kaids, and cannot naiwr any circunstaBCCS
have say bat a beneficial effect.
Iloofland's Get man Tonic,
Was eompoBuded for those not inclined to
extreme oltlers, and is iotnded tor sse in
eases when tome alcoholic stimulant is re
quired iu connect ion with tbe tonie proper
lies of tte'Bitters. Kach bottle of tte to
nic contains cue bottle ol the Bitters, com
bined with pur: Santa Cms Bam, sad fla
vored in such a manner Hat the extreme
bitterness ia overcome, forming a prepara
tion highly agreeable and pleasant to the
thoagbu, and containing the medicinal vir
tue of the Bitters. The price et the Ton
ic is SI .5(1 per bottle, which many persons
think too high. They mast tske into con
sideration that tbe stimulsnt need is guar
anteed to be of a pore quality. A poor ar
ticle could be furnished sta cheaper price,
bat is It not better to psy s little more to
have e good article ? A medicinal prepa
ration should coo tain none bat the best in
gredients ; and tbey who expect to obtain
a cheap compound, and be boetted by it,
will moat certainly be cheated.
KOOFUKD'S EEEMAH BITTERS,
ileeflanoVs German Tonic,
" - WTTet v-
Will cure yod. Tbey ere the greatest
Known to'tbe Medical world and eradicate
diseases artel ds from impure blood, debility
of the-digestive Organs, or diseased Liver,
in s shorter Urns than act other known re
medies. The ttbole Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania speak, for '
. these Remedies.
WQO WOULD ASS FOB MOBE DIG
N1FIKD ANDS1B0NGEB I'ESTI
HOXTT .... v . '
Hon. Gtorg W. Woodward, formerly Chiif
Juttic of the Supreme Court of Peniyl
oania, at present Member Conjreu from
Pennsylvania, uvitet :
- iHiLELrnis. Msrcn It, 1887.
I fiod Hoonend's Uerman Bitters is s good
tonic, ueofat in diseases of the digestive or
gans, snd of great benefit in ease of dibili
ty and want of nervous action in the system.
Yours, truly, G.W. WOODWABJ).
Hon. Jamet Thompson, Chiif Justice of the
, Supreme Court Ptnmyhania :
PnTLAOSxrwia, April 23, 18ST.
I consider Boofland's Qermaa Bitters a
valuable medicine in ease of attacks of in
digestion or dyspepsia. I can certify this
from my experience of it. Years, truly,
11a, George Sitarnoood, Justice ef ti$ Sut
promt Court of Pennsylvania :
FsajLOtxr hi, Jane 1, 1 843.
I bave found by experiecce that Hoot
land's German Bitters is a vety good tonie,
relieving dyspeptic symptoms almost di
rectly. GEORGE SUABSWOOD.
Hon Wm. F. P agers, Mayor of ihc City of
Buffalo, Nan i'crk :
Burru.0, Jane 22, ltC9.
I bays uaeJ Ho-jfiacft Gertnaa Bitters A
Tonic in my family dcricg the past year.
acd mo recommend inera aa aa excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor to the system.
Their oe has been produoti ire of decided be
oeficial eSecls. WM. F. EOGSBS.
Hon. Jamet St. Wood, Ei'Mayor of Wd
I take great pleasure is recommending
Hoofland't German. Tonic to any one who
may be sfiiicted witb dyspepsia I bad the
dyspepsia so badly it was ioipoegibfe to keep
any food on my stomach, acd so I became
so weak as not te be able to walk half a mile.
Two bottles of the Tooio efft-cted a perfect
care. JAMES M.WOOD,
Eloofiand's German Dltters
lioolland's German Tonic
WILL CCBS BVSRV CaJS OF
RarainiBi, or VTastlag Away
....... or the Body.
Remember that Hcofiaads Get msoBeme-
dies or the medicines you rotjvirt to purify
the Bleed, excite the torpid Liver healthy
action, and te enable you to pass safety
any hardship er remeitre. JR. HOOP
stitate lor Mercury Pillr, Two Fills e dose.
Thtmost poverful.ytt Innoetnt, Ttgdablt cm
thmriio iaown. It is Botaeceasery te take
handful of these pills to prod ace the desired
effect; two ef them aet quickly asM power
fully, cieanaiag the Uver, Btnnsaeh k Bow
oH of all isapurittea Xhe principal rngred
iect is PodophyllinyStthe alcehobe eztraet
eCIfaadrake, which ia by many times more
power fat, acting and searching than the
Afendrakeitaelf. Ite peculiar action ia opoa
the Liver, cleaning it speedily from all ob
tructions, with aU the pewer of mercury,
yet free from the injurious results attached
te the use ef that nVaeral. For all diseases,
ia which the use of acatbartie is indicated,
these pills will g i re enti re satisfaction i a ev
ery ease. They never fail i Ia case of Liver
comprint, dyspepsia aad extreme costive
nesa, Dr. llooriand's Osrmau Bitters or Tenia
should be ased ia connection with the Pills.
Tbe touts effect of the Bitters or Tonie builds
ap the system. The Bittaraor Tenia perinea
the blood, strengthen the nerves, regulates
the liver, aad givea strength, energy and
vigor. Eoep year bowels aetive with the
pills, aad tone ap the system with Bitters or
Tonic, snd no disease can retain its hold, r
ever assail yon. Recollect that its Kooflaad's
German Reeaediea that are so ani versally ne
ed aad highly reeommendedf aud do not al
low the brnggiat te induce yoa to take any
thing else that he may say Is just as good,
because he ma kee a larger profit en iU
These remedies will be sent by express to
any locality upon application to the Princi
pal office, at the tiarmaa mediciee Store,
J1 Arch street, Philadelphia.
CH3. Af. EVAS 3, Proprietor, formerly C.
Jkf. Jackson A Co.
These Remedies sra for sale by Druggists,
Storekeepers. and medicine dealers every
where. Feb. 17,18TU