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ton copy, one- 7ar cash
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Tm a Club ef tea,
lar aaa talrtr-ava ceats x .
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T a daa f fifteen, n
aollar . aa twenty-five
nU eah, . $XS.?S
0 ALL DBLINQtJSNTB will be
fclxarged up. in all eases, at the rat of
Twe Dollars a year.
Morgan Township Prohibi
""' A Prohibition Township Conven
- tion will be held at the Mayor 'i Of
fee m McConnelsviIle, on to-mor.
. row evening, '
8ATTJKDAY, MARCH 18lh,
at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of iio-
minatms candidates for the various
Township and Corporation officers,
. 10 x elected at the coming April
ipotion. All Prohibitionists are
invited to be present and act at del
-, ' '. By Order of Committee.
" To the Electors of Morgan Tp.:
Too are hereby notified that there
will be an election held at the May
s' or'sOfttce in McConnelsviIle, on
i Monday, the 3d day of April, 1871 J
..- to elect the lollowing omcers, to-
' " Wit: Three Township Trustees ; One
Township Clerk ; One Township
Treasurer ; One Township Assess-;
;J or ; and Two Constables.
; 1 h By Order of the Trustees. '
" L HASTES, Tp. Cler k. "-
March 17, 1871. -3w.
ip i - i
Thi Marexts. io ohange in
. ear home market since last week.
:The following were thTquotations
oh Live Stock, at the Brighton
Peas, oKCincmnati, on Monday eve
'"' Bin? last : . .
Bxif Cattli. There was a fair
demand 'from hatchers, nd some
purchases were made by shippers,
and the sales were fully op to the
- ""PPT' "J Jfo change was made in
J rices, but the market closed very
rm. No shipping cattle on the
. market. We quote common S3 bOQ
4 ; fair, 14 505 ; good, f5 J55.-
' 75 ; and prime butcher's stock, ?6
8 S5 per cental gross.
ohkef The arrivals were small,
nanny equal to the demand, and
Tory fall prises were realized. We
quote common to prime S3 605 SO
per cental gross.-.
Hooa The receipts wereemaJl,
, , but ample for the demand, which
waa light. Prices have not under
gone any charge, and we continne
... to quote light to good averages $6,
60 to 17 per cental gross.
IfoTlci New Advertisements.
John Stitt has repainted'
front of hi? business hoOse.
. Don't fail to attend the Railroad
Meeting at the Town Hall to-mcr-
Alios Bkadt has been improving
Vt business I land by jfuttirfg' in a
bsw front. ; , . ,
Sokx coiumunications and many
items of local interest are crowded
out this week.
FoudSim. -has purchased the J.
W, Pinkertown residence for six
teen hundred dollars. '-
. r Rehijtbib that D. k C. W.Mom
. zney will again continence keeping
. the best of Fresh Beef on Monday
i evening next..
.,. TB4Presbyterian Mite Society,
held at their Church, in this place,
. on Thursday evening of last week,
took in a little over $12. "
S. L. Jinklks, the Muskingum
Valley Queensware Man, has re
..ceived crate after, crate of Nsw
Goods within the past week.-; . -
V ' Thx Masquerade party, held at the
residence of C . .F. Sbepard, on
.Thursday evening of last week, is
described as being a very brilliant
J.C. Stomb, for years a merchant
ef this place, has taken the poeition
f a traveling salesman lor Chap
man, Sloan & Co., Wholesale Groc
er, of Peoria, III. .
v f-v Josxph Wilson, pi this place, who
is agent for" a ;' Glassware . Firm tn
"-". Pittsburgh, had his team run away
; on our streets on Tuesday last
- oreaain tne wapon variously.
It the Prohibition party was in
power, there would not be any de-
. mand lor new jaiU, penitentiaries
infirmaries, and insane asylums.
Taxpayers should think ot (his. :
Tax Anderson (Indiana)-2?eraIJ
upeaks of our late townsmauv.Kev.
W. JL Grimes, who is now the Cas
tor of the . Presbyterian Church of
that plnce, as OetBg very popular
- with' his congregation.
Oca thanks are Jue and hereby
tendered to Senator Thurman, Hep
resentatives Gardeld and Sprague,
and ex-Re presentative R; H. Moore,
lor public documents, copies of the
Daily Congressional Globe, &c. -
CVa Ccucty Com miaaion era, un
der the advisement oi Auditor Mc
Grew, Lave purchased the residence
of Ford Sill for the County for the
sum cf three thousand dollars, in
tending to erect a new jail on-the
lot as soon aa possible.
" T. C. Yxatch . has made special
rforta to metft the demands of his
business thia- Spring. He has no
superior in town in his branch ol
industry, either in cutting or mak
ing a new" boot or shoe, or in cob
bling. You oan find him in Odd
At the Cotnmucion service held at
the Cross Bo ds Presbyterian Church,
under the direction of Ret. 0. W.
Courtright, fire hew member! Were ta
ken into the Church. The prospects
are that this Church will toon begin to
assume goodly proportion!.
. Thi State Election jn Hew Hanip
shire, on Tuesday, resulted in a
Democratic victory, electing h
Governor and complete State tiok
ti and the Senate, and making sev
eral gain tn the Houie, ani elect
lag three Congressmen. :
On Saturday last, Alex. McCon
Del, of Zanesville, Dr. J. E. Brown,
and Johnny Cromwell went sailing
just above town on the river, and
the boat npsetting, they narrowly
escaped mere serious injuries than
a complete wetting.
Aftxr many Iraitlees efforts and
the expenditure of considerable
means, Eft ward Sherwood has dis
covered a aew and valuable vein of
fWial AH IS i a TAvm tnnw milaa KaIaw
vwb vu uav stasia au ass a iuiivb wvivn
this place. It is regarded as the J
best coal ever obUined in that lo
cality.;; :'. i --- - - - .'i
F. Sill Co have a beautiful
slock of all kinds of goods peculiar
to their trade on hand at this time,
It is useless tor us totttempt to tell
of even anything like a considers
Die portion oi meir uooas, ana we
won't do it, but will ask you to go
iootc xor yourselves. . -
John B. Stork's stock of (Joods
is not set forth in our Business No
tice coihmfl this week, ' but sou
withstanding this, the fact remains
that there is no more Complete as
sortment of Goods in town than be
keeps. Almost anything you want
m the Vrj (foods or Uoot and shoe
lines, can be round at Stone s.
Cottbt of Common Fleas cOtven.
ed on Monday morning. His Hon
or, Judge Wood, on the bench. M
this writing, Thursday noon, the
Grand Jury is sUll in session, thore-
by evidencing that they have plen
ty of basiness on their hands. The
case of Ohio vs. Stephen Miller is
set for next Tuesday.
Set. L. P. McKxianA. of the
Catholie Church, will be at Meigs'
Ureefc on the Zlst inst. He, also,
writes us that St. Patrick's Day
will be celebrated in St. John's
Church in Union township, service
commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
after which lie will deliver a lecture
on the subject : SL Patrick aSd the
Irish Chureh. - .
Halusat k Co., received a very
large assortment of Sew Goods
yesterday, and were so busy open
ing them that they bad not time to
prepare their usual business noti
ces for this week's paper. How
ever,- they told as we could notify
the ladies that thet were how pre
pared to meet the full demands of
the Spring trade in all particulars.
Won't there be a rush there though!
ExVi JV H. Hashlto, of the
Methodist Church of Mu Yernar
has been preaching in the Metho
dist Church here for a week past to
large congregations. As a result,
there has been "eleven accessions to
the Gherch tbt week.- - In addition
to thia number, he baptised four
persons on last Sabbath that had
signified their intention of joining
the Church previous to his coming.
In all. this makes twenty-five ac
cessions to this Church since Rev.
W. T. Robins baa been its pastor,
to.wit: since last October. Rev.
Hamilton introduced street preach
log here on last Sabbath, and we
have beard many sp6ak of it as an
Innovation that ought to be en
Fatal AociDirr. On Thursday eve
ning, the 2nd init, a young man, Wil
liam Wheeler, of Noble county, abotrt
twe n'tyone yean of age, was killed in
Center township, this county, under
the following circumstances : A young
couple, . Mr. Charles Keith and Kk
Charity Slater, had been married that
day, and. as if customary in many pl
cea, the young men! of the neighbor
hood determined to give them what is
known as a "belling, or mock seren
ade. For this purpose they had as
sembled in front of the residence of
Daniel Slater, the bride'ffatlrof, where
the happy couple were staying, and had
just commenced "their programme of
entertainment, whea a loaded gun' in
the hands of Jesse Willey, a young
man sixteen- or eighteen years of age,
expleded, and a piece of the barrel
striking Wheeler in the head, his
deaf& reimlted the next morning.
' SkaoTod Wbo Us thb Weid'! V.
Sweefle haJreSttedkls business room,
next door to the Post Office, making it
very suitable for his line of trade. lie
will keep constantly on hand the best
assortment and choicest brands of to
bacco ever ket before by anv one in
thia county. The following is a li!t of
the most popular brands kept by him' :
1'he celebrated Nerve fine cat chewing
teoacco ; JNortm Ster, iSackeye
Shoote, and Velocipede ; Gulden Flake
and Natural Leaf Plug. The Golden
FAKw nas tne credit for bei&g the best
Natural Leaf tbtkeeb in this country.
Hudson Bright 'Quarters, much nked"
by good jmdgee ef tobacco: The Ban
ner Brand", ro long famous in'thia coun
try ; The Golden " Navy,., a itandard
brand ; The Pocket Piece, Richmond
Plug. ilbires" Mezieppa,- Cevington,
Ky., tobacco. Honey JDew. a medium
article; Richmond. Navy, warranted
good. Change of a new thing go and
aee it i amoamgror the millions. Jr.
Sweeney manufaclnrea his own cieari.
and always keeps on .hand eooddrv
cigars. His Kentucky scraps, er cigar
trimmings, are excellent for pipe smo-
aing ; warrantea clear or stems and
dirt, besides ether good qualities. You
can be suited, beyond a doubt, in qual
ity and price. Give bim avcall I
Ill 8iKSS NOTICES.
fassH Beef at Msanney's next Monday
evening. Give them a caij and try the
quality oi it. Ibey to tend to keep it on
hand all the tine hereafter.-. -WiM.PiPr.utr
SDlerrdid' larps stock' of IV ALL VAX
rtKiittt opened at Adair s Book Store.
Their stockr is" very See,' ComfcrisHrg1
handsome Ota Parri7 t3irilr orGlasan
Pattsms; an immense variety of Ux-
ouzid or wnrrs lves, and Bflrr and
Baows Pirass in great profusion:- Bv
erybody can here find what tfrtr want,
m eommon (trades or best Goads.- and
have their Paper trimmed gratuitously
w j ( jiuu tueir tt aiis.
A Choics lot ef Sugar Cored Hams and
Shoulders at Mummej'a , also, Tea, Cof
fee, Sugar, and. everything tblt belongs to
first class Grocery. Give then' a call
and test the quality of the goods they offer.
Axxx. 1L Nxwcomb, Grand Mas
ter of Masons, is receiving the well
deserved commendations of the
best men in this community for bis
prompt and full compliance with
the instructions of ths Grand Lddge
of Ohio by issuing his edict whicH
we published last week. ,.By tak
ing such a decided position on the
subject mentioned in the edict, the
Masonio Order has endeared itself
doubly to all well wishers Of Bdcie
iy- ' ; . .
For the Conservative.
Ma. ab! said, "I see not one ray
of light to disclose to me why sin came
into the world, why the earth is strewn
with the dying and the dead, and why
men rnunt suffer td all eternity."
Years ago. as how, his words Were
maliciously perverted. He, therefore,
published a tull explanation of his mea
ning. After discussing eleven other
points, he adds :
-(12) A solution of the difficulty is
not to be found ixt the doctrine of uni
"Flrtt. It cannot be proved that the
doctrine is true.
"(a). It cannot be demonstrated that
the Bible teaches the doctrine "All
men Christians and Infidels -excep
the small chtsl who (Sail themselves U
niversalists, have Held that the Bible
teaches that the kicked will be pun
ished forever in " the future world. If
that doctrine is not taught in the Bi
ble, it is not taught anywhere, nor
would it be impossible to convey that
doctrine in human language, fqr no
words can affirm it more plainly. t,in
the language which has just been used
in regard-to this doctrine is not clear
er or stronger than that which is found
in the Bible: nor is the doctrine ex
pressed ib any plainer language in any
&ud held by any Christian Church
catholic. Greek or Protestant : fcc.
lh .The doctrine of universal Sal
vation cannot be proved to be true if
the Bible is rejected. - Nature certain
ly does not reveal the doctrine. There
is no basis on which we can demon
strate it by a process of natural er
philosophical reasoning. Scieneedoes
hot-teach it in any of its depart
uiemv , etc
"(c). It is clear, in the meantime,
that Vh& probability m the case are a-
cainat the doctrine ;" Ac. -
"Second. - It the doctrine were true.
it would net remove the main difficul
ty, for the great question is not why
sin and suffering continue in the Utii
verse, but wjr they came in at all. The
essential difficulty is not in the eternity
of suffering that is, in its existence at
any future period however remote
but in the fact that it should have
been allowed to come into the system
under any cifcumstahces ; &c
-- All this, (and more of thesame sort).
found in ' the Americas Presbyterian
tor JSb and isia. . .
doubts as to the tad of endless punish
ment, is absurd. And to say that he
held this .doctrine without knowing
any. sufficient proofs of its truth, is stu
McConnelsville, March 15, 1870.
On the evening of the 23d ei February,
1811, at the residence of the bride's father.
in Athens eoQnly, Ohio, by Elder John F.
Moody, Mr. Edward S. Walraven and Mis
By the sn me, on the 9th of March, 1871,
Ht the residence of the bride's father, in
Mot-gall eonntjr, Ohio, Mr. Luther C. Wil
liams and Miss Sarah A. Parsons. '
At the residence of the officiating Minis
ter, March 12th, 1871. by Rev. L. Mctiuire,
Albert u. ryle to Mlaa Aiida c Mammey
DIED On Monday afternoon, Feb
27, 1871, at the residence of J. M. Rpg
ers, in Malta, 0., of Consumption, after
a lingering illness, Mrs. Ann Sprague,
wife of Satbanier TV.- Snrarae. dee d-
aged about a years. .
Mrs. o. was born in Ireland, and
with her parents, James and Margaret
STivey, removed to this country when
she was a child, and settled in Newark,
.New jersey, where a brother and sev
eral acquaintances ef her early child
hood now live, in 1813, her parents
removed with her to Ohio, then almost
a wilderness, where she married and
brought up a large family, most of
whom are still living, and were near
her to the last, and who, with many
frienns. accompanied her remains to
their last resting place, and will lone
cherish her m memory as one beloved
in all the relations she sustained in life.
In 1835, she was oonverted to Christ.
apd united with the McConnelsvihe
Baptist Church, of which she remained
a member until her death, being at
that time the oldest living member of
that Uhurch. bho died as she had liv
ed, putting her trtrst in Him who is the
conquerer of. death, and of her it ean
truly be said, she was "made perfect
through suffering," having been an in
valid for man? years, through all of
whicb she was made meet for the in
heritance of 'the Saints in light.
"Blessed are the dead that die ia the
Then the angels did come, with their
Music did come.
And have taken our tnotaef to their
Own bright home.
Jxxx, only daughter of Benjamin and
Sarah Ramsey r on the 1st of March,
mil. aeed 13 years. 6 months and 20
(lavs. Funeral services bv Reverends
Harry, Moody, and- tl finery.
' The subject of this notice wss dearly
beloved by every one who knew her,
and her sudden and unexpected de
mise has cast a deep gloom over the
entire community. She had not at
tached her name to the Church, but
she was a regular attsndant'on Divine
services, and was a valued member' of
thb Sabbath School Her li waa a
perfect model of Christian hope and
virtue, out sne nas passed away as a
flower and fled as a shadow that con-
tincenr riot She dwells in the sun
shine of God's eternal glory, and sings
in nmson witn tne angeue cnoir round
the great white throne on high. The
loss falls heavily on the bereaved fath
er and mother, as their hope and pride
were centered in the future usefulness
of along and a happy life, "which was
fondly looked for by all, but alas I how
soon, how very soon, the soythe ef
oeatn roes auoi londest hopes; but
"our loss is her eternal gain." The fol
lowing ode, composed by James Bran.
non, Jr., was sung by the choir:
How beatrtiful and bright was she,
rThbse form' lies' still in death' em-
" brace ;
Her dove-like Spirit now is free,
Saved by a risen Savior's grase.
She's left our Sabbath School on eartfij
Ahd joined the ehurclTDl God in heav'ri;
8adly we'll miss her joyous mirth,
For death our bonds of love has riven.
SaeVeoeevrfth Jeius'Cirisl'te dwfcll!
To' mingle" with' the' blood-washed"
Safe from the storms of earth and hell,
She chants the angel's happy soag:
Last eve beheld her in her prime."
In youthful circles.bright and gay ;
But God has sent the scythe of Time.
And took our levely flower away.
O.'God prepare our souls to meet
Our much loved sister passed away ;
With Saints and Angels may we greet.
In realms of everlasting day.
Stockport, O., March 14, 1871.
AlICTIO SALE OF CduDS t
LARGE AUCTION SALE
WALL PAJPBR i
The Slock ofGeods Belefeglng
. to tke Estate of -
Will be sold
SALE TO COMMENCE
Monday, Ilirch 20, 1871,
And continue from Day to Day un
til the whole is closed out I
tUii STOCK EMBRACfcS
CROCEERV ! 1
AfilOUT 5,0 O 0
WALL PAPER !
ABOUT 2,0 0 0
A Lirge Assortment of
TOYS, TWINE. CARPET CHAIN,
LOOKING (vLASSES, Bhackits,
m i "DT Tn nrrmT T?nV
Erlttasia and Planished Tin Tea
Pots, Lamp Chimneys, Lamp
Globes, Matches, and Paper1 -.
' Bags, Wrapjirg Pa
per, 4o.,' Srt.-
STOEE NEXT DOOR TO
March 17, 1871lw.
now lost, uoir restored.
Just irablished, a new edition
'of Dr. CulverweU's Celebrated
Essay on the Radical Cure
(without rhedicine)of Spencatorrhaa er Be-i
minal Weakness, In vbliiatary Seminal Loe
ss!, lib potency, ilental and Physical Inca
pacity, Impediments to ilsrrise, etc.; olio.
Consumption, Epilepsy, and l it-, induced
by self-tndulgenee orseiaal extravagance.
VPrice, ui a sealed envelope; enly six
The celebrated author in Mrs aJmirible
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, tiiat the alarm
log consequences of self-sbrtse may be rai
ls ally cured without the danrerous use of
internal med:cine or the application of the
Xnife ; pointing out a mde of cure at once
simple, certain arid effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no matter what his
eendition may bt, may cure himkeil cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
in is Xiectare snouia oe in tne nanus ,
of every youth and every man in the land.
Bent under seal, fn a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receiptor S cents
er two postage stamps.
Also, Dr. CulverweU's Karriage Guide
price li cents.
Address the Publishers,
Cnas. J. C. Kline & Co., ,
i'.lowsry, Kew York, P. O. Box4&SS.
. lOSBICi'SOT BL'T It !
For Sight is Priceless.
MSE DIAMOND GLASSES I!
J. E.SPENCER &CO.
Of N. T., which are now offered to the
public, are proDonseed by all lite celebra
' ted Opticians of the World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eye
ever known; They are ground under their
ewn supervision, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, sod .derive their
name, Diamood," on account ol .their
hardness and bril'ianey.
The Scientific Principle
On whirk they are constructed brings the
core or center of the lens directly In front
of the eye, producing a clear and disticet
vision, as to the natural, healthy sight, and
preventing all unpleasant senxations, such
as glimoneriDg and wavering of aiebt. diz
sines, Ac, peculiar to all others io use.
Tbey are mocoted io the Finest Man
ner, Id frames ot the beet quality ot all ma
terials need (or that purpose. The'r finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
- CAUTION". San genuine unless
bearing their trad nark stamped on every
II. B. YIXCEXT A BRO..
Jewelers end Opticians, are sola agents
for MeConnelsTille, Ohio, from whom they
ean only be obtained. These goods are
not supplied to fed.ers at any price.
Jane S, 1870 ly:
'V yirt MFPinii snvicrn
. raitjsjui w miiiiss a lam
' y No lamr iw tot LAjni
ftsaovid be wiLuoat s oor.
Bal fro to all wader anxJ m rpcfpt of TCaniT.
isliM: KUXHK-CU VOTT. M. t.
B&OAXVXt,ofapk Asator FiMsv V.T,
A MrauiMat cur im wuruied ia mil mtmm of
DR. BELXS SPECIFIC RJE 5IKDIE S
Thr m b wed witbt d7tMai, or ioUTirTmoO0
wua pnini , ana bo asuira oi a.sU. im oecesasvry.
DR. BBLLS SPECIFIC PIM.9
wffl out all fjrdirmry ftw witboiit f arlhf - a.-(t Trial
psisj sjsras) Cry wsiftld. os lriut ci tana Um s a a.
&aDsl ataiBD fov DrivsaUi eauy. A-vln-u:
DR. IlOBT . BELL, 7 13 rcUway. h,w York-
UsADIXS, TAIX21 SraT2Ci2.
If ram want a Mlnbta nmedj lor ttt j lsrittet saa
E. HAKTEI'S CHaOSO-THEh.au, POLLS.
n7win restore Harare ipeedfly svd srerfntRoient ttt
ll ardur; cmm. .PkicS OxalWutt.
swad Kfuup far Or. iim.j r nrU tUdical Cbcnlsr.
Sr. Harvey's Golden Pills.'
A remedy four imrrmm slwnmpr fct anec'i
SA'S vso Bust, akp.vkbx u:rAaLB.rua MAjmixn
tA dtks, u ther Dvr fail la remote wi roo.1
inv syuibtoau. ntler bow loair they hare existed.
Puca Piva DOLL Sum 1 nuiT teeaxer sealed
oat receipt cf TnoneT, by . j
la JOhJ HABVar. V Brosdmy. Kew York.
love Bad Matrimony.
m Thesifectiooe may be mined by fot'oe-joij simp'e
iff nk. and all may awrry b.ippily -without rrsard
H . to wealtn, aee or beauly. Knd 33 ce&le lor tl e
Els Book, or hima fur cirenlar, to
St AD AM LltUM.LB PEVARRK
... igutk bueet' P. O. Nte Vork.
V Kales saa nssonjioos
r that will euro any ease of
SEMT5AL WKAKHKSS. mOifTLY EMIS-
, IMPOTESCS. As, and restora lost f
V manhood to perteot naaHh. Bcrr raxa to
V au.by one wbo auffeil-dila is sow cwrod .
. Weall sUmp.gnOAS; THEM atNE.
. TJJ BBOAOWAV. H. Y.
AO 1 1 hi,
W hi ATC Jhl V9. ... ,
Tbt terrible ttaeM. CaCarrti, which mBorte ao many
ftem laiiMimlwi km Uroockxiim ac4 Comamplkos,
jrkhoui tjocbi. b ttrtr Tvmur&-rno mstr mow
hmmt H .km iirtd. ii ci ctt moiifwly
IBS OTJRETJ XJ"V
t?rryw trfarmmt, mmd tI,C9iwlil fonVitad for airy
mm ibmt it fkula W nr mtvmt m ihoruug-i trta. ot it,
, ReV. MARTIN". DUTTON'S
FOTdj ia law atxraa aad mmat A 0klabe ard Weak
Esa an bx amanj mtmm torn eoimeqaanoa a. Catarrh.
SASSAFRAS SWITCH HAZEL
Reesr Sans" to grr immediate rel!ef M sll eases.
BEAD THS TESTniOSY,
sod eeod atamp f. srr(rnlar. tfteilisv the rrrirtlrTm
of the diaeaee and vrtoee of the n-nit A.j. A pacJtaas
will be sent by mail on reoetpt of n-oury.
PRICK TWEJITT-flVB CEKTS,
My Uatarrti was fnmediately relieved br roar Sao.'
safrae and Witch BaaeL Ker. ASA HKON.
1 oaa read wtthoat wearins apecUdee auwae fak
ti ia entirely goo. aiace Binf jrour hasWras acd
WitcbHaiel, AORUAR UAK.Nr-.-i.
Your 8aeaafraa and Witch Hazel t.s neier failed to
teUers my beayjarfis wiuua five minnt.-..
Mrs. jJABAU JOES.
Address, Sen MABTTf DITTON.
Bible Howe Station. Sn Yarkv
asaars wiatis mniHiii.
FOR ALL DISEASES.
T8- EARN A;i.iy!iN3 EASILY,
A asmaara an honaat faWMtsast hv
dueTti7, wniksaai muomj Ui Mart Ilia wiUl.
Tb Secret Im Omit 1
mA a ais.aw.in.'naw Ia isl.a U Wrsm A till
AOSNTdwVRS WANTFD to nU tbfa Book, and thf
can ean froaa A to 10 dcllan a dr. 8rd for a oireaiai
mad fodMoeu orrpr- PHlcB ONE DOLLAJL
Aaanm, aoaioairif twn mttan itirTp
AflAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEfi
IT WILL PLKASK XVEBYBOD7.
Bssat FIFTY CE5TS for eopy. and yoar uliliaee ts
bUnax MARY MOORS, Station D., Kew York
Tf lndw 8 Hades I !
Bpleodid Uaisa and Burr Holla kd, of
varions kinds sod shades of eotor. Uca or
Oil Cloth for Window Shades, and a Targe
assortment of very exceOeot flgnred Cloth
Seams, bow at AD ALB'S Book Store.
THE LAST CHANCE
TO SEE WHAT
5 WILL -DO !
SHARES SELLING RAPIDLY I
'. ' .
tu For a superior Steel Engraving or
t'hromo well worth - the men e and
which von are sure, to get at once, and
A Fortune of ?5,09t !
Also one or $10,000 ! one of ?6,000! A
oneof 53,500! 53,000 I $2,500 ! 1,500!
81,4001 $1,2001 and 84 other GRAKD
From' twelve hundred down to three
hundred DOLLARS ! the aggregate
value of which is Ninety-fire thousand
DOLLARS ! ALL of which will posi
tively be distributed as prizes among
On the 31st of April neti.
ALL persons wishing shares should
send 35 at Otice, before the books are
closed, and they will receive by return
mail, carefully packed in tubes, one of
LUC lUtlUWIll" .
. SUPERB W0RX3 OF ART. " "
t "And a ticket through which
A . FORTUNE WILL re ."WON BY
. SOliE ONE!
Either one of the following . Fine Fic
. tures sent at once.
With a share in the Distribution :
"The Marriage of Pocahontas," On ve
ry heavy plate paptT, 39x42 inches,
Or "An American Autumn,"
A beautiful Chromo printed in 0:1,
tints, Sic; 25x34 inches:
br "The Day We Celebrate, -A
superb steel engraving on heuvy
plate paper, siz 28x33.
Or "The Landing of Columbus' On ve
ry heavy plate paper, 2S.-t3J. ; ,
The Manager begs to state that time
is required to carry through success-
tuny Bftj large ' an enterprise, but the
public are now Satisfied of the honesty
and usefulness of the plan, and thoas.
snds have been ready to invest a soon
as the date of drawing was positively
fixe.d upon. ' This ha now been done,
and every shareholder is solicited to
interest himself in furthering the sale
of the remaining tickets. .
No better or stronger endorsement!
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.'
tGU " MlEMfeiiBEI. -fca -That
there are only 19,t00 shares, and
that every one pay in e 5 becomes a
shareholder, and receives at once a su
perb W ork of Art, worth the amount
invested, and a ticket in the Distribu
tion of the prizes, which msy yield a
$25.00O.prize , or an equal chance in 94
prizes, the aggregate value of which is
",uou. - ' -
THB MOST LIBERAL TERMS TO
are now offered every person sending
a list of fiye. names together with $5
for each name, shall receive ene Five
Dollar share in the diitf ibntion of pri
zes, with one of the Fiae Wotks of
Art. Large commissions,, and perhaps
a Fortune ! may be the result ef a lit
tle effort. Try and make up a list a
mong your men-Is.
Shares are being taken rapidly. All
money received lor orders after the
books are closed will be promptly re-
lurnea to tn senders. .Address -J.
C. DERBY. General iianac.r.
177 Broadway New. York, or Augusta,
ueorgia. , . . i
TO J. C. DERBY,
Manager of the Great Premium Land
Sale, of the' folio win z well known
Publishers, Bankers, and other pro-
. auiuene citizens oi iew xora.
Ntw Yobk, Dec. 15th, 1S70.
Mr. J. C. Derby, lone and favorablv
known as a Publisher in this city and
subsequently United States Commis
sioner for the Paris -ExDosi tion of 155C7
we, the rmdefslgned, have known in
timately, and take pleasure in beating
testimony to his gontjiiiaajily cbxrac
ter, strict integrity, and honorable dea
ling as a business man.
Daniel Appleton & Co., PublL&ers and
isooKseuers. . ,
Geo P Putnam', Pdb'f & Bookseller.
Geo W Carlton, Publisher.
Wm O'rtoh, President Wes'tern. Union
Telegraph Co. - - r ,
Eras t us Brooks, Proprietor New York
Evening Express. ' . , ..
Geo Jones, Prop. "ew York Times.
Isaac Henderson, ci New York Even-
ine Post. - - - '
J U Orvis, President New York Secur
ity Bank. . " . ...
Geo F Baker, Cashier 1st Nat l Bank.
Greenleaf, Norria A Co., Bickers, 66
jxenange riace.- ,
Chas A Stetson, Asfo?' House, .
B; B Si
t3 S 3
fll ts a
- - o
' e a
C . L. H ALX,
iTli 5j Sale a?fl He tall
jirsju BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTE2I If
Nov. 11-137U tL
- SUerlfTs Sale.
, - m
Ami D. Lawrence, Plaint:?. VS. Patrick
- Gormly, Defendant.
By virtue of an ' order id sell aadsnm.
directed from the Oort of Corjrooa Tleas
of Morjraa eoantr, Ohio, in the above enti
tled action, I will offjr for .ale it publie
auction, at the door of the Court House ia
McConneWviUe ia said eota.y. -Ou
3Iond-'y, tb f.Otb Day -of
; . . - April, isn,',
at IS o'clock, M., of sail day, the foliowlag
deacribtij real estate lirnare in the roantV
of ilorgau.aa-l State of Ohio, to-wit : Lot
n amber twealy-nine (2 in the town ol
Stockport Apprsiaod at f39f . Terms rssh.
A. P.llAV2R,aheria"iI. C. 0. -
- ifanna i Kennedy, AUoraeys.
. ilarch 19, IS71-S. ...
Slierift's Sale oii Jlortsae.
John Huyt. va. Bai l L. Medley, ilUiew
j AioCsii, et. si.
By. virtue', of an orJr ta Sell, sn J to me
directed, from the C nrtof oinmoa fleas
of Morgan County, Ohio, in the stove en
titled actios, I will oli'or for a ale fll public
miction, at the door of the Court IIcuso in
McConnel villa in said couuty of M or can,
On Fflflay, ih6 1th day oft
Jlaccli, A. u., ISil,
at one o'cTocS, . P. M., of sai.l day, the
fi.-llswisg real estate sttaate in said eoanly
ef Mofj and State ef Uoio, to - wit :. -,
- Beins; a tart of fractional section cilmbex
three (?) Tonlh!p enmker nine (4) Range
cumber twelve (12) aud bounded as follows:
Eegi&nuii; at thu outhsi oomer of said
fractional sectioiii theuee runainir with the
South bnendary line thereof Cast I4L38
foles to the corner 'of J"hn irenr's- lot
thi nceT-jnniBft ilh (aid Henry's line W. 15'
East c7 jS'ji-yt-s to a stosc, thence 1.48
poles to - tlie asi boundary line of said
iraclioui.1 Steetivn. thence running JTorth
t'.bl volet In a atone and corner of the Jo
siah Ward lot, thence running with .said
Ward's lineand line of William Saltke4U'
West TSU.ro polus to a stone on the West
becnetary line cf said Section, thence mn
biug wiib sitid Wcet lice M.oi poles to tho
place of bt-ginniL.j;, containing V5 40-lt)0
acres, be the same wore or less. Appraised
at $2o()0. Terms rr.rh. ;
'A. D. HAVENER, 8h'fl" of jl. C, O. '
John . Hahnn.Atty.
Feb. 17th ioil-iiw. . - -
... SlietiC's Sale. . .
A. I. Whissan vs. llenrv tf. Sewman.
Notice is hereby given that I will offer for
sale at public auction at tne uoorot tlie
Court House in McConnel?viiie, oa .a .
Tuesday the 23rd day .of
, 51arcb, A. 1S71,
at twelve o'clock, M., of seid day, the fol
lowing described real etU. situate in Mor
gan county and State of Ohio, to-wit : - -
ljv venj-eigu h 'OMBwrDl
third Addition to tne town of Stockport.
Taken as the property of Henry W. Sew
111 an on an execution " in favor of A. F.
Whiaien, and issued by the- Court of Com
mon Pleas of the county of Morgan and
State r-f Ohio, and to me directed as Sheriff
of sail cocnty. Appraised st $130.04..
Terms cash. ' "
A. D. HAVEITER. Sheriff if. C. O.
J. T. Cas-r, Attorney for Plaintia".
Jebrnary 17, 1?T1 in. .
. On the 8th day of Tebracry, In the year
1871, the rrobate.Coart of Mo.-yan county
declared the estate of Samuel Beswick, de
ceased, to be probably insolvent. Cred
itors are therefore required to present their
claims against the estate to the undersign
ed for allowance within sis (t) months
from the time above mentioned, er they
will not be entitled to payment.,
J0H.3 S. ABBOTT,
Administrator of Samuel Beswick, dee'd.
February 10, 1871 w. - ;
SliEEDrCUilE l !
3-:m A. T ! -st -
Pr 6 v i s i ons ,
- . AND
G r o c e r y.
S T O IE 1 ' '
W. A.. MATHEWS & CO.,.-
13 ti o lc e y e 13" 1 o ok!
Keep the best of ever t'ling the market
a3brds in the Grocery and Provision Line I
They know just what will ticile the palates
of the people. ... - -
MUTTON! BEEF! TEAL
And all kinds ef meats sold so cheap that
it always gi?es their cistoiasra good appe
tites to eat. It makes hacgry people hap
py, healthy and robust ; drives sickness
from the household ; spoils the trade of the
Doctors and makes every eook prcud of her
table. .Husbands, vrhe have cross wives,
will alwavs find a few ca'.s of -
ROAST AND STEAK,
. ' FKO'Sl t HIS HOCSS A . ,
Spec dy On re
for trouble.'.' Its savory presence en the ta
b's alay s Sits evcryto'ly- in a good hum
or, and nt the' Blckeye Block is the place
to get it t Ask any'bedy, in the expression
of whose eoantcaance yon aee. sr BEEF
steak, j-f and they can toil you the
place, 'ibey also keep all kinds of the ve
At the lowest priee I ! They bny, t:o ; and,
what is more remarkable, they buy ani sell
everything, frem a -.
Craclatd Egg to a Fat Steer ! !
Give them & call... One Doer att of Eli
Sbepard's wholesale Grocery, Ccuisr St.,
Dec. 23, lii;34mo. '
' 'TITS . ,
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
13 being readily accepted by tioae of every
arrditaloreeJ, as a8ordin! a lis ppy substi
tute for too active or unreliable i.'dicatioc,
and off-iDBive do"e. The intrcductloa ol
the only known Xerve Tonic aperientin
pleasant and acceptable form, stands cou
picnonly as the greatest addition to mod
ern medicine. They are at once the pre
ventatives as well as cure fcr lor a clas of
ailments, from which the great majority of
persons are at times, made tnijt-riblc. en
happy, and phyefcally and msntally tss.f.o
lent. Impairment of berve force results us
aally from inattention (somel:me3 from ne
cessity) to common sense health rules, and
is followed by Lethargy, Dyspepsia, Cons
tipation, Impure blood, Irregriaritia-, Qff
enaive breath and sallownosa. of Comp!ex-
ion. ' Their aclkn oa the" Xarvous System
era sccocnt for their mild and passive
effirticy b a variaty of ai'.m-nLs of such
apparent diversity of origin and character.
Under their (Sect digestion, a ad aiciila
tion are promoted, ' the, eicrttion of worn
out material in the blood is assisted, ar.d the
briio acts vlgoronr'ly, aa if chder lLa effit
The Calabar Of aba ara the ansroDriats
reme?y for Uie Literary, studious and lbs
brain werkir; claaea, sod those onableor
dwipciiotd for toSicient physical Siarcise,
and who ere onally-billijui." They are
the favorite medicine of the ladies; they
are the preventive and cure of aausJa
and headache of thoae voyaging: child
ren can take them ; they are now the
"ounce of preventative; thev aro safe.
mild and effectual : thev' are scole-
seed like, tasteless and inodorous. -
Furnished in membranoous pouches i
containing 75 to 80 grains or seeds. If
not ler sale at the nearest DruizisU,
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Grains
Company, Marietta, Ohio.
.r,b. 17,71. ,
UOOFaLASD'S COLI J1.T.
To DtlirUaUd, Few fyl!rjfptie
To Sufferer! frem Lwt Complaint To
tkose kvrng w tSTfTiltlune wiith
broken dovn Comtilutions. To 2tersoi
People.- Ti tyiilJren M oarW 1J way. To
ajty vril I)ebilitatxi Ltifftsiiue Organ. Or
jvjferimj from iny of the foKuaoMf tymp
A., wncA taJicaU. JJtsordcrca JAter or
S-.'.a',"r.in as Coirnipa'loD, anc Inward
Pilea, Fuliuets end 6!oJ tQ the itead, A.
eidlty cf the S Uwnach, Nausea, Heartburn.
Diigort (or Food; Fulloers or Weight id
toe JStooiac: i Soar KrnctalioM. Sinking or
Fluittrins st the pit of 1 lie Stomach, the
SiRimitig of the Head, Hnrrid and Dif
6cnlt Breathinr. Flotterirtr at the Heart,
Chockio; or Snff.icaii3g Senaiions when
in s lyitiz postare, Dirarees of Tision, Dots
or Webs before the Sight, Fever snd Doll
Yellowness ot the Skin rnd ICvee, Pain in
the Side, Bucfr, Chest, Lira, ire., Sudde
Flashes oi Heat, Earning; in the Flesh, sod
iTTKgihtsgs of Evil, and (jrsat Depression
ci a'piiiis. ;oli.
IlOolland'a German Bitters t
A Bitters withont Alcohol oi Sprint of
any l-1 n?-. is dUerent from ail others. It is
cbinposed of ths pore jnices, of Vital Prin
eipte of Roots, Herbs, end Barks, (or. as
aiedicimdly terattd. Extracta,) tke worth -krs-or
riart peitioas of the icgridients not
boinp nsed. Thereiore io one bottle of thia
liitters there is coutsined as much medicin
al virtue as will be fonndui several gallons
or. ordinary mixture, -'ibo Roots; Ac, nsed
in ihii Bit'ersare tjro a in Germany, their
vital principles ertractcd in the crnotry by
a identCs llicbitst and forwardtd to the
atanufauorj ia the city, where they are all
compounded aud bottled. Cootaioiov no
SDirituous ingredients ' this B'tters is freo
from the object lonslrrrd agaiuht a:l oth
ers ; do desire, far s'tmiilaais can be indue-,
ed frvm their aee, tbey cannot make drun
kofdj, and can cot snder any cireamatana
hava ar7 bt a beneEcisJ cSect.
Iloofland'a German Tonic,
Was compocudtd for those not inclined to
extreme uitters, and is intended for use in .
cases when iomr alcoholic stimulant is re
qairedTu connection with the tonic proper
ties of the Bitter. Kacb bottle of the to
nie onnlaina one bottle ot the Bitters, com
bined with pare Santa Cro Bom, and fla
vored in suci a manner that the extreme
bitterness ii overcome, forming a prepara
tion highly agreeable and pleasant to the
thought, and containing the medicinal vir
lu s of the. Bitters. - The price of the T ot
ic is fl.oO per pottle, which many persons
ibii k too hijt h. They mast take into con-
iideration that the stimulant seed is guar -aBtet-d
to be of a pure quality. A poor ar
ticle could be fiu-Luhed at a cheaper price,
but is tt not setter to pay a little moreio
have a good article T A medicinal prepa
ration shonld contain none but the best in
gredient ; and they who expect to obtain!
chpep compound, and be benefitted by it,
will most certainly be cheated.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
i - - - -
- - OS -!
nooJand's German Tonic,
- " - ''i V - ,"'
- ' WITH '
K33FIAK3'3 FODQPHYLLIAN PILL,
Willrtre jot. TVy sre the greatest
Kuown fo'ths MedisaJ world and eracieala
diseases arising frem impure blood, debility
o! the d:&tive organs, or diseased Liver,
in a shoiU time than any other known re
medies. . -
The vv hole Suprrme Court of
Pennsylvania speak for
, tnee Heiuedies.
vrno would ask for more dig-
"MFIKD ANDSTKONUrilJ 1E3TI-
Eon. Gryo W. WoeJicar!,Jirmfr'y Chlf
Justice of tne Siprcme Court of Pennsyl
jv.oiia, at jwf.i( Member Congress from
Pennsylvania, writtt :
ParLADELrnia, March 16, 18S7.
I Sid Iloodand's Herman Bitters is a good
tonic, iftfat ia ai'eajra ef the digestive or
gans, and of great bencft in cases of dibilit .
ty and want of nervona action in the system.
Yours, truly, O. W. WOODWAKD. .
lion. James Thompson, CTiief Justice of the
Supreme Court cf Pennsylvania :
Philadelphia, April 28, 1867.
I eoneider Doc Sand' a Qernun Bitters a
valuable medicine in case ot attacks of in
digestion or d.T'pcpiia. I can Certify this
from dv eiaerience oi it. Tonrs, truly,
... JAMES TBOMPbON.
Hon. George Sfarswooil, Justice of Oi Sn-
preniC Court of Pennsylvania :
Philadelphia, June 1,1863.
I have fourd by experience that Hoof
land's German Bit tars is a veiy good tonic,
relieving dy?pept:c rvnibtoms almost di
rectly. OEOF.GE SI1 AESWOOD.
Hon Wm. F. Rogers, Mayor of the City of
Buffalo, yew Tori :
Buffalo, Jane 22, 1 859.
I have ascJ HocBiDd'i German Bitters 3e
Tonic in my family doricg the past year.
and ran recommend tbem as an excellent to
nic, imparting tone and vigor to the system.
Their ofs has be:n productive of decided be
neficial effects. " V. F. ROGERS.
Hon. Jama M. ' Wooa Ex-Mayor of TTii-a
' I take ?reat pleafiare ia recommending'
Moo2acd s German Tonic to asy one who
may be afflicted with dyspepsia.' I had the
dyspepsia so badly it was imponibfc to keep
any food on my stomach, and so I became
eo wcai ?t not to be able to walk ha!fa mile.
Two bottles it IhaTonio e&cted a perfect
cars.. ,. JAilES M. WOOD.
- BEMKMBBK TEAT
Boofland' Germaii Bitters
.. - . . AKD .
HooOand's Gerrfian Tonic
... ZLI. CfBS EVBST CAS OF
3Iarasmns, or "Wasting" Away
: f tne Body.
Rcnierchet that Hoofland's Gennan"Rine-
dies tr th : mc-.Ktines yon require to purify
the Lkol, excite the torpid Liver to health y
action, and looiaLlc ycu to pass tafsltt f!ir'
any harjihipor exposure. ?. HOOF
sHtute for Mercury Pill?, Two Fills a dose
'1 nene?: pcuxr . yet Innocent, Vegetable ci
'tirl luci?n. It is not necessary to take a
iicniifol of iicse pills to produce the d;j:rcd
effect ; two of them act quickly and novrer
fully, eieanfinthe Liver, Stomach k Bow
els ot all impurities. The principal ingred
ient is Podophyllin, r the alcoholic extract
otiaii drake, wbich is by many times mora
powerful, acting and searching than th
JTandr&ke itself. Its peculiar action ia upoa
the Liver, cleanint; is speedily from all ob
structions, viui ail Ui power of mercury.
yet free from the injurious results attached
io ico use oi mai wierai. r or an a seases,
in .which the use cf a cathartic is indicated,
thasS pills will zivs entire satisfaction in ev
ery caie They never fail! in ease of Liver
complaint, dyspepsia aad extreme eOTtivea
rem, Dr. Bootta'rd's CtrraanXittc-3 or Tome
shosld be nsed ia senrection with the Pills.
a be tome etf eetof the Bitters or Tonie build
op the system. The Bitters or Tonic purifiea
the blood, auenjcihens the nerves, re'gnlates
the Liver, and gives strength, energy and
vigor. Keep yc-ur bowels aotive . with the
pi Li, and tone up the system wi.h Sitters or
Tonic, and no disease can retaia its hold, or
ever assail you. Recollect thi t iU HooSaad'a
German Remedies that are ?o unive"s&iy us
ed aad hrjhly recoKrnended; and dc- not al- -
low tne Uruggut to induce yon to taae any
thiag else that he may say is just as good,
because he makes a larger profit on it.
These remedies will be eent ty expresi to
any locality upon anplication to the lrinci
oaiohlce. at ih German medicine Store.
31 Arab streot.'PhiTadetrhia.
CUP. Jf. E VAX3, Proprietor, formerly C.
if. Jackson Jk Co.
These emediesare for sate by Drugiots,
Btort keepers, and aiadicin dialers every
where. Teb. IT, 1871.