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M C0SNKL3VILLS :
jTRXDjVY, Ja. 30, IST1.
Rail Road Meeting.
To the Citizens of Morgan Count),
Ohio: "We, the undersignad, res
Doctfnllv notify the Citizens of
-. Morgan ConDtf, that thsra will ba
m meeting at ihe Town HaJl, of
. JlcConnejaviUe, on '
Saturday, January 2Stk, 1871,
at 2 o'clock, P..M, to consider the
Dayton "A Mineral Region Bail
Road proposition. TYe would res
pectfully uggst the propriety of
appointing a committee, at said
meeting, to coafer with the Presi
dent and Directors of said road,
and ascertain the object of said
road, tbe contemplated Urminns,
' and what amount of stock would
be required of this County to hare
it extended to this place.
JAMES B. McGEEW,
. J. T. CREW,
W. A. STURGEON,
- M. McDANIEL,
; JAMES A. McCONNEL,
GEO. S. CORNER,
McCunnelsTille, Jan. 2u 2vr.
- '" The citizens ot Morgan county are
hereby notified that the undersign
ed, and 'those appointed by him, are
the only authorized agents to sell
, the "Grover and Baker Sewing Ma
.chmo in paid County.
.The business relations heretofore
existing between said Sewing Ma
chine Company and one L. 8. Jenk
ins was dissolved January 17th,
1871, and will hereafter be conduc
ted only by the undersigned. AH
. persons will govern themselves ac
cordingly. ALEX. F1XLEY.
January 20th, 1871 2w.
County Lodge, I. O. G. T.
"Th kt1 inumn af th Mnrtrin
County Lodge, No. 6, L O. G. T.,
- will be Held at Chesterfield, u on
Friday, February 3rd, 1871,
commencing at 2 o'clock, P. M.
There will be a Publie Meeting in
the oveniBg. - -
W. H. PIERPOINT, Sec.
Baptist Social. On next Tues
day evening, January 24th, the
Baptist Social will behold at the
residence of Henry Pinkerton.
All are invited. -
No change in
since last week.
cur local -markets
For a new and superior style of
Steel Pens, call en J. B. Stone.
Rzas Advertisement of tbe Pitts
burgh Dispatch, found in another
a 15. rofnsAK'i iv eitfar. the
"Little Charmer," cannot be beat
en. Try some ol them. .
- Read- Advertisements ot tbe Ec-'.-
Iodic, Galaxy, and Old and .New
C. Bcrckholter is still purchas
ing turkeys, and chickens, and
geese, dressed or alive.
Rkv. W. M. G mimes, formerly of
this place, latterly of Urichsville,
. Ohio, is now located in Anderson,
MARairD. By Elder Enoch Dye,
- on the 16th instant, Mr. Melvin H
Deaver and Miss Mary Kinzln, both
Gxorsk, son of Thomas Weeden,
of Bnstol Township, aged about
six years, died Snnday night, the
C. 3. Bozman has sold his farm
of 580 acres, farming utensils, Ac.
to Charles and A. G. Merriam for a
littlo upward of 130,000.
: Th Lady's Friend for February
"is received at this office. All want
ing a good family magazine cannot
do better than subscribe for it.
Bsv. L. P. JicKiKiRit ixof the
Catholic Chtfrcb, think seriously of
purchasing property, and perma
nently locating In McConnels
J. J. Stkwabt's new Saloon is
just the place to get a good dish of
Oysters. Also, th- best brands of
Oysters for aale by the Can or Half
can. " .
Thk membership ci the IS. E.
Chnreh of this place, was increased
seven !n number last Sunday. More
converts Have been made within
tne past icw aays. ,
; Saiccm. Devol, formerly oi Coal
Ban, Ohio, but latterly a Commis
ion Merchant of Pittsburgh, failed
recently. Tbe fai.nre of others is
aid to be th cause of bis finaneial
, John Glass, of Malta, was fined
fifty dollars and cost, one day this
week, for selling whisky to Wesley
Earrell. He was arrested ajrain on
Wednesday for retail is to be
drank where sold, and bis trial
will come off to day. All before
James Walkina, Esq.
Oca neighboring Tillage of Mal
ta, for some time back, has been at
tempting to put an end to the
drunkenness that has been running
rampant in her streets, and to do
this has been trying the. plan of ar
resting, imprisoning and Sning all
found in a state of intoxication.
Finding this plan, well carried out,
cot sufficient to produce ihe effect
desired, resort has been made re
cently to the plan of allowing those
found intoxicated to go free of pun
ishment provided they give infor
mation as to where and of whom
they get their liquor, and' then
punishment is meted out to the
vendors and furnishers. This lat
ter plan has raised quito a sensa
tion among the vendors, and they
are howling loudly against it They'-.i-
i . , .
K It- vMAaelt wrw-vi r wViw m r w l
ard to thus be "bribed" to give in
formation on a "good, respectable
citizen who pays taxes, attends to
his own business, and don't mole6t
anybody." Our neighbor, theiTer
ald, joins in the chorus, too, al
though it makes pretend, now and
tbon, that it favors temperance
measures, and aajs that those who
'guzzle should have a little of th
sauce with which the goose is stuff
ed." While we are in favor of pun
iahing all who violate our laws, and
thereby forcing obedience to
them, yet we believe the
last plan adopted by the temper
ance men of Malta to be a good ono,
and we would be glad to see it car.
riedout. These liquor vendors, who
for a fow paltry dollars ret law at
defiance, and send distress, ruin
and suffering into the homes of
their neighbors, have to be met in
some such way as this, or elso all
effort to thwart the hellish effects of
their unlawful, detestable business
is unavailing. Ihe liquor vendor
and furnisher, in communities like
this and Malta where they are liable
to be arreete d, know to whom it is
safe to make an unlawful sale,
know who is so wedded tohisli-
qnor as not to expose them for fear
they will not bo 'accommodated
again, and ao all the ordinary means
of ascertaining where those drunk
ards get their liquor amounts to no
We wonM like to see every fath
er, mother, sister, child and wife of
these drunkards make one decided
effort of the right kind toward
atoppmg this business of liquor ven
ding and furnishing. The day is
past for sitting idly by and allow
ing your loved ones and yourselves
to be dragged down to eternal ruin
by a dozen or two of your unpnn
cipled neighbors. Also, the time is
past for heeding the requests of
these drunkards that you should
not expose them by arresting and
prcsecutinz those who sell them
the liquor. If yon have a son
father or husband that gets drunk,
everybody knows it as well as you
do, and many probably know it
sooner than you. lour arresting
and prosecuting the person who
sells him the Iiqaor and is causing
his ruin does not expose him, for
is exposed already, but it xnty
have a tendency to reform him. -
We would like to see the vast
army of sorrowing fathers and
mothers, sisters and brothers, wives
and children, widows and orphans,
sorrowing becauae of rum's
doings, come bravely up to the
front in the war that is now going
against the Liquor Traffic, cry
ing : u2To Quarter while there, is a
Liquor Seller in the Zand I"
The funeral of Samuel F. Wil
liamson, whose death we made men
tion in cur Friday morning's edi
tion of last week, occurred on Sun
day last, Rev. McLain, of the Uni.
ersahst Church, conducted the cer
emony. . "-.
J vbt as we are going to press, we
learn that John Glass and Isaac Hed
ges, Hotel-keepers of Malta, and who
have been selling liquor for some time
back, have sent in their cards to the
Herald for publication, in which they
state their determination to abandon
liquor traffic altogether. Glass, it
be seen by reference to another
item in this psper, has now a suit pen
ding against bun for retailing, and he
deaires that it shall be abandoned now
that he has signified his intention of
becoming a law-abiding citizen.
A INoTici will bo found in this
week's paper calling for a Kail Road
Meeting, to be held ia the Town
Hall, of McConneliville, on Satur
day, the 28th, of this month, and it
to be hoped that all, who possi
can, will attend it. If there is
chance of our having Rail Eoad
communication with the world, we
ahould all do the beet we can to se
Tho proposition offered by the
Dayton . k Mineral Kegion Eoad,
which we published three or four
weeks ago, seems to be flattering to
the least of it, and it should be
thoroughly investigated and made
most of that circumstance will
warrant. It is useless for ns to talk
about the advantages all would reap
from having a Bail Koad, as near
every one is posted m that regard.
opportunity is now before us:
a cemrasn'ty, and it remains tor
to investigate it, and then decide
whether we will progress as the rest
tbe world does, or whther we re
main as we are. Tarn out to the
meeting en jiuxite.
Navigation is again resumed on
Terbt & Pinkkbton is the name
of a new Wholesale Grocery firm of
Zanesville. John W. Pinkerton,
recently of this place, is the Junior
J0H5 A. Log ah has received the
Republican nomination for United
States Senator from Illinois. Lo
gan is a free trader, and will take
the place of a protectionist in tbe
Fbahk P. Blaik has been nomi
nated by tbe Democrats and Libe
rals of the Missouri Legislature for
United States Senator, and will, in
all probability, be elected. This
wriTl Va ATtrAmAlv rliaLnRtAful fn
The Board of Equalization has
raised the apportionment of Athens
Coonty twenty per cent. If the
Board will now reduce the appor
tionment of Morgan as much as
Athens hs been raised, the two
counties will be taxed with some
degree of fairness.
Edvtabd MoKEia, tobacco dealer,
of Malta, tells us that Morgan Coun
ty produced 1200 hogsheads, or
nearly a million pounds of tobacco
last year, which will cost dealers
when it is packed ready to ship to
the Eastern markets about 00,000.
Mr. Morris has bought up about
ono-third of this tobacco, and is
now packing it into hogsheads.
Very little Ohio tobacco is used in
this country, almost the whole of it
being shipped to Europe, whore it
is manufactured. :
An old lady, Airs. Margaret Mead,
of Clayton, Illinois, agod 62 years,
met with a serious accident on onr
streets on Monday evening, Sh
had been visiting one of her child
ren living in this Connty, and had
;ome to town intending to t.iki the
Tuesday morning boat np the river
on her return trip home. She was
stopping at the Beckwith House,
and concluded to spend the evening
in attending church. On her way
returning from church, he slipped
of the cuibing just in front of the
Court House and very seriously
sprained her ankle. Inconseqnence
her re'.arn to her home in the West
rill be delayed some days.'
We ara in receipt ot the report of
the condition ot the State Rational
Bank of Keokuk, Iowa, and of tbe
Semi-annual Statement of the cou
diticn of the Keokuk Savings Bank,
both of December last. Both of
these Banks are evidently in a
flourishing condition, and we would
recommend them to parties bcro
who have collections to make in
that part of the West, as safe and
reliable, and also as prompt and at
tentive to business. Arthur Hob
mer, Esq., well-known to all the el
derly business men along the Hus
kingnm Talley, is a stockholder in
both these Banks, and one of th
Directors of tbe State National.
We notice in a spoci&I dispatch
to the Cincinnati Gazette, of the
13th, that Hon. Cyril Hawkins, of
this place, is to be urged as a candi
date for Post Master of the next
House of : Uepresentr.tiTes. For a
year or two back Mr. Hawatios has
been one of tbe Superintendents of
the Documentary Department, at
Washington, and, us filling his of
fice, he has won the esteem and fa
vor of those with whom ho has thus
been thrown in contact ; and, thus.
has meritoriously paved his way to
farther advancement. We congrat
ulate Lira on Lis prospective good
fortune, and sincerely hope that in
March it may assume the shape of
Mcroan Raid Claims. The Su
preme Court of Ohio, in Session on
Jan. 10th, decided tbe law, passed
by the General Assembly last year,
providing for the payment of the
Morgan I&td Claims, to be uncon
stitutional and void. According to
the State Constitution such claims
cannot be paid out of the State
Treasury, till allowed by the con
current vote of two-thirds of each
branch of the State Legislature.
The law in question was only pass
by a majority, and is conso
.quently held to be unconstitutional.
Justice Scott delivered the opinion
Tbkt are still fighting in Europe.
The Prussian are still victorious, and
are endeavoring to shell Paria. How-
aver, there has been no material
change in position. Paris newspapers,
the 10th inst., say that a rain of
projectiles, , (speaking of the bombard
ment), some weighing 96 kilograms,
unparalleled in the history of the
seige, was pouring into that portion of
Paria lying between the Hotel dea In
validesand the Udeon. The hom-
bardment continue without interrup
tion throughout day and night, and
was so violent on the night of the 8th.
between the Church of St. Sulpioe and
the Museum, that the shells fell every
two minutes. Hospitals, ambulances,
schools, publie libraries, the churches
St. Sulpice, Sarbonne, and Tol de
Grace, and many private houses have
been struck. .. Women were killed
both in the streets and in their beds,
infanta in their mother'a arms.
projectile that fell in the Brie
Van Guard, killed four children' and
wounded five others.
Election or Sknatobs. Elections
for United States Senators took
place in a number of Statea Tues
day. In Missouri, Frank P. Blair
was chosen, receiving 92 votes to
60 for John B. Henderson. In Mas
sachusetts, Henry Wilson was re
elected over John Quincy Adams,
Democrat, and Wendell Phillips,
Labor Reformer. Delawaie repla
ced Williard Saulsbury, the pres
ent Senator, by his brother, Gover
nor Saulsbury. Michigan elects T.
W. Ferry, Republican, ovor Mr.
Walker, Democrat, of the Detroit
Free Press. In Maine, Lot M. Mor
rill is re-elected.
Leads. A laace stock and fine as
sortment of Leads for Pencils of all
styles and sizes, just received at Adair's
Brcshes Clothes, Shoe. Hair and
Tooth on hand at Sill's. Toilet
Soaps, and Yarns in every shade.
Foa Fine Pocket Knives, Scissor
and Raisors. call en H. B. Vincent &
Xiw, fresh, and highly interesting!
Dialogue Books received at Adair's
Book. Store, on yesterday.
Another choice stock of Groceries,
the very best Tea, Coffee and Sugar,
. m . ,
just received at cm a.
B ottos-hole Scissors; Embroidery
Scissors, tbe nest quality, at II. a.
Vincent & Bro' a.
Root'sISchool roa the Cablet Org ah.
Several copies of this excellent work
received at Adair's Book Store on
yesterday. r - -
Xicb stock of Dry Goods constantly
kept at Sill's. Prints a specialty. Go
and see them.
tea.Kew and larp slock of PUTSICAL
UhUuKAruiCB received at ADiia s Book
Store within a few days.
Kotioss in endless varietyfat Sill's.
3&.Fresh iopplv of SCHOOL BOOKS re
ceived at Adaik'b Book Store th'S week.
They keep all kinds, and are in constant
receipt oi new supplies.
Axothkr splendid line of Gent's
Goods will be received at Sill's in a few
drys. Collars, cuffs, scarfs, neckties,
bows, underclothing, handkerchiefs,
.Splendid stock of RUSTIC FRAMES
now at Adaib's Book Store. They have a
nne aioca oi.au sizes ecu nicely gotten op.
Wc have at this, time an excellent
assortment of Trunks. Satchels, J Bags,
ore., at reaucea onces. fclLL, & uu.
u iDniXG KiKns, of our own manu
facture. H. B. VINCENT & BItr.
tt&.New and cheap Family BI-
tllwa. Kail"! Ti i1 ITS ?nat KlaTt f.-t.TTVl atmsl
y - -"i" -.1
. .. .
ceueni siyier, received at A pair s BOOK
Store on yesterday. They are splend-1
dly gotten np, and superior in styles
and quality to anything in thia market.
WAKir yon want' a nioe (JolUx. or
neat Nockti. th latest in the market,
romember bill s is the 'place to find
B.New stock of Stultonery re-
eeived at ADAIR'S Book Store on yee
tardfLV T1it k-Mn thuhAftfc &nl rliaw
est Writing material in the country.
8ga.The best Lead Pencils are
kept at Adaib's Book Store.
A good assortment of Tinware.
Quppnsware, and House-furnishing
Cioods to De iouna at mil s.
Wa have made arrangements with
the manufacturer for one hnndre.1
dollars worth of Corn and Feed Split
Baskets, and we are ready at any time
to supply Bushel, Half bushel, or
School Baskets a wanted. Farmers,
take notice that Sill's is the headquar
ters lor .Baskets.
tS. Prints, MnIins, Drills, Ticks, and
Jeans, alwava on hn&3 and sold at cheap
rates, at S1LL3.
rAKCon Winm. We will psy th
highest market price in Cash far few
bushels of pood charcoal, in larg compact
lumps, made ol tt wnui.
Wt Fancy Gentp' of town or eountrr,
attending partie, bal, or wed)inr, fbo'd
rememher the stock at SILL'S, Collars,
Ties, Kid U!ove, sock, Suspend ?r,&e.
uive us a can.
fu picture Pram made to! order en
short notic at Vincent .
Lozo Pendulum Hoard
At AoAia'a Book 8tore. This admirablv
arraneed Parlor Game is adapted to play.
mt; Billiards, Bagatelle, Bin Toss, focketa.
Ten Pins. Ae.. and iaeun-renient in sis and
can be used upon any table.
m t m
1STLTS for Dry Goods and Groce
ries. They keep a nice stock.
1w.yw stock of TOT BOOKS and PRI
MERS received at Anna's Book Store en
yesterday. They always keep a large stock
ana nne assortment ot tnese uooas.
EL. A lull line of Elrin Wstehei now in
tock. II. B. VI2TCEHT A BHO.
Qaeenswars and Tinware in sbtio
dance at h ILL'S.
Fnmllj-Bibles ! I
Kew stock of FAMILY BIBLES re
ceived at Anaia'a Book Store on y ester- j
day. They keep a large stock and fine
assortment of these Goods.
The best stock of . naner roods in
town is ai aiLi, s. Take a look through
their stock. The best of machine thread
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Sheriff's gale on, Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Tageart vs. James
By virtue of iaOriw to Soil, and to mi
directed from th Court of Common Flea
of Morgan county, Ohio, ia the abov enti
tled action, I will offer for aale, at public
auction, at too door of the Court Houm, in
McConnelsville, in aaid county, on
Wednesday, the 22nd Day of
February, A. D., IS71,
at one o'clock, P. M-, of said day, the fol
lowing described real estate, aituate in
Windsor township, in the coonty of Mor
gan, and State of Ohio, to-wit : One hund
red and seventy acre lot, number 1109, in
section number thirty (30), township eight
(8),of range eleven (11), excepting twenty
acres conveyed to Alexander Wallace by
James Carter, and described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at the North-west corner
of said lot, thence Eaat to the second tally
stake on the Windsor road, thence South to
the South line of said lot, thance running
North to the North-weet come; of aaid lot
to the place of beginning. Second, also lot
number 94, in Mile lot number 14, in town
ship eight (8), of range eleren (11), con
taining one hundred acres. Third, also
twenty -one acres and forty.fi re hundredths
ul an acre, being a pan ot lot number l no,
townahip eight (8). and range eleven (11).
Fourth, also seventy -five acraa, more or
less, in lot number 99, in township eiht
(8), and range eleven (11) all of which
land ia in the Ohio Company's purchase.
Appraised at $9,000. Terms, cash.
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff of M. C, O.
loss S. IT-, Attorney.
January 10. 1871 -6w.
lewis Clark, Plaintiff,
I On the 8th day of December, A.'
I A f S . f .. 3 L 11
Befo r e
3. P., of
Peter T. Dan ford, Defendant.
Homer township, Morgan county, Ohio.
said Justice issued an Order of Attachment,
in the above action, for two hundred and
thirty-one dollars ami sixty-one cents, and
probable costs of tweuty-five dollars.
LEWIS CLARE, Plaintiff.
A. Dills, Attorney.
January 13th, 1871 3w.
Sherlfi's Sale on Mortgage.
John Iloyt vs. Bazil L. Medley, ilattiiew
Mccall, ak at.
Br virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed, from th Court of C'enimoa Fleas
of Morgun County. Ohio, in the above en-
tilled action, I will offer for sal at public
auction, at th door of the Court House in
McConnalsvilla in said county of Morgan,
On Monday, the 13th day of
Feuuarjr, A. D., 1ST1,
at on o'clock, P. M., of said day, the
following real estate aituat in said county
of Morgan and Stat f Ohio, to -wit:
Beiac a part of fractional section number
three (3) Township number cine (S) Rang
number twelve (12and bounded a follows:
Beginning at the bouthwest corner of said
fractional section, thence running with the
South boundary line thereof East 181.83
poles to the corner of John Heurr's lot,
thence running with said Henry's lino K.14"
Juast S7 Hi pole to a stone, tbenc 2.4
poles to th .bast boundary line or said
fractional section, thene running North
21. 51 pole to a sion and corner of th Jo
siah Ward lot. tbenc rnnniar with said
Ward's line and line of William Saltkeld's
West 180.6" polea to a stone on the West
boundary line of said Section, thence run
ning with said West line 88.51 poles to the
place of beginning, containing 95 49-100
acres, b tbe same mor or laa. Appraised
at $2800. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVKSEK, Sh'SorM. C. O.
John E. Hanns. Atty.
Jan 13th, 1871 5w.
a Lta -N: 1 tl 1. J IsT
i avfvih' as i vvri t T-a ickbijt utoiucu in v .
York, Indiana, Illinoie. and other States,
f' persons from any Stat or County, legal
everywhere ; deeertion, drunkenness, non-
support, etc., sufficient causa ; no mibiici
ty. No chart until divorc ia obtained.
Advice fre. Address,
MOORS A KICIIARDBQK,
Counsellors at Law,
180 Broadway, Haw York City.
Jan. , 1871 ly.
J. E. KANKA. J - M. KEN5EDY
HANNA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
On Center Street, near th Fublie Square,
unn.LiiV LLiJuX., UitlU.
gr-8pecial attention given to Collections,
salts th pablie to call and examine hi
specimen Photasranh. Ferrtvpe. Am
bmtype, btnu, ate., ., waicn cannot o
urpased anywhere. H ha perfected aj-
t BUciuvu we r uui wj ssmu j vw v - v aw
eomodated with the 6nest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Bhop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'Connalsvill,
April 23ly. -
That JOIItf : R I A is the BEST
CO0HXEU ever in JlcCO.VVELS-
lie has constantly on hand a rood assert.
ment of Fin and Stoci Poets, of hi own
manufacture, which he ia offrin)t at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at hi
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lic square, MeCounelaville, Ohio.
sept, is, i87-ly.
R RM-TS' t
Received daily and served in very strl.
Th patronage af th Laaie n speoially so
licited. In addition to tbe reeular 8aloon
trade. Oyster will b forwarded to all desi
ring them, by the can or half-can. Saloon
ia th Dr. Eambleton Hons, abob th
public square, on tenter street.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER.
. PATENT MEDIC2E3,
all artici Sertainicf to th
BT ha en handeonttantly alarnand
ttansiv stock of all article pertaining to
th business, at th 10 WE8T market pri-
BEATTT Jt PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sal only by
Dr. John Alexander, in
gULUVAN & BROWH,
STEAM POWER HUNTERS I
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PRITTI.VO
Oar peeialty. Music, afagaainca, Ac.,
bound in any atyl and at th cheapest
rates. Blank Book for CoOntiee,
Batiks, Merchants, Ae., bast rsperatth
Zn(rile, Oet. IS, 1849.
AT DiLF FBICE.
Genuine 18 Carat Gold Hoofing cased
Watches (jests' sod Ladies' Siseeyj regu
lated and warranted for time and wear, 1st
half the usual price, only 923 eeeh.
The Extra Fine Quality, IS Carat gold,
Engine Tamed, Hauling Cased, Fall jew
eled Lever Movements, perfectly adjusted
to all climate?, rejrniatM, an4-seswarran
ted bt special certificate, at only 30
Tbe Same, of Finer and higher grade,
with Chronometer Rulaocr, at $33 eaeh.
The Bmc, at Las', with fine Nickel
Works, an"! Stem-winding and Setting At
tachment, requiring no key, wooed and set
by the stem, only 940 each.
All lb above Watches are cut at hair
1 P"ce, and each warranted tor time and
Extra Fine, Pare Hilver, Dontinir
Cated lUeota' aud Ladies', at only (13
Heat Quality Coin Silver, Hunting
Cased, Fall Jeweled Lever, et only $li
Extra Fine Quali'y, Patent Lewra 4
Chronometer Movement, Ruby Jeweled, at
only $ lO each.
Our Watches are all aarranted.jnd
if not perfect will be bken back and tiie
QUWe require no money is advance,
but send all goods by Fsprers, payable on
delivery, with privilege to open and era ra
ins before paid for, by paying El press
charges, aob it not satisfactory, retnrned.
Plawa vber no Kxpre-s ran, goods will
be sent by mail, in regisiaed packag, by
sending in advance.
tf&.t'ersm s ordering Six Watches at s
tinif, will receive ao extra Wa'cb of same
Also, Jold Chains Gents, at S3. S3 to
$12 ! Ladies' at (10, S12 to (15 each.
The finest Gold Plated and Oroide jold
Chain at 53, i, 95 to S8 each.
Htate description and price of Watch re
quire., and ordf-r by mail direct Irom
THK UNION WATCH CO
148 Foltoa Street, New York.
Jan. 6, 1871 3ino.
SPEEDYJUKE ! !
zr 3ij .A. T:! -e
S T OR E !
E. 8. Woodward
W. A. MATHEWSr& CO.,
Keep th beat of everything the'market
affords in the Urocery and r roviaionfliice I
They know just what will tickle th palate
of th people.
And all kinds ef meat sold so cheap that
it always gives their customer good appe
tite to at. It makn hungry people hp p.
py, healthy and robust t drive sicknees
from the household) spoils th trad ef th
Doctors and makea every cook proud of her
table. Husbands, who hav ere wir,
will always fiud a few cut of
FROM TUIS HOUSE A
e e dy CJ urc
for truUhl. Tts savory presenes on th ta
ble always puts everybody in s good hum
or, and at the Buckeye Block is the place
ble always puts everybody in s good hnm-
to set it I Ask anybody, in th expression
of who countenance you so-Jr BEEF
9TJSAK,f and tsey can tell you tae
plae. They also keep all kind 01 the ve
At th lowest price I They buy, too ; and,
what ia more V.majkeble, they bay and sell
everytamg, rruni a
Cracked Eg- to a Fat' Steer I !
Give them a call. One Door East of Eli
Bhepard'a wholeMle Grocery, Cntr St.,
Doe. 33, 1878 gmo.
nOIT LOST, UUW RESTORED
fayTCrs, Just oublished, a new eiition
VJVioiltt. Culverwell's Celebrated
-5 Easay en the Badical Cure
(without medicine of Spermatorrhea Jr S
minal Weaknes, Involuntary Seminal Lea
ses, Impotahcy, Mental and Physical Ine
paeity, Impedioient to Marriage, etc.; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fit, induced
by lf-indUlKnc er sexual extravazaSee.
t3Pric, in a sealed envelop, enly six
Tbe celebrated author, in th'e admirable
assy, clearly demoustrate, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarm
in r consequence of self-abase may bs rad
ically cured without tbe dangerous use of
internal bim:cid or the application of th
knife I pointing out a mda of cure at one
simple, certain, and effectual, by manna of
wnien every sunerer, no matter wnat hi
condition may be, may cure biuualf cheap
ly, prfvataly, and radically.
This Lector sheuld be in thacicds
of every youth and every man in the land.
Bent under seal, in a plaia envelope, to
any addr, postpaid, on receipt ef cent
or two postage stamp.
Also, Dr. CulvrwU's Marriage Guide
pric 26 cent.
Addr th Publishers,
Cbae: J. V. Kline it Co.,
127 Bowery, Kew Tork, P. O. Boxti.
W. XL KELLY, IX Z.
May b found at hi office en
TOE SOCTU WEST CORKER
all times, whn not absent en Trpf
Sept 24. 169-tX
As mankind, from indiscretion or other eso. ka
been d'.ornwfi to saffrr from disease, so also ae rem.
dr fur diSMM heeu proriiM. our bills ana nueys
abound Willi roots ami herbi, which if scientlDcalty
prepaml ant eomponntlrd, will rertor health ana
vvor to the invalid. To fln.t sneh a remedy we taoald
eK on mat aaa stooa tue teu oi axe.
Sore Cm for LiTsr Coaplaiai,
are Cure fcr Dyspepsia,
Sire Cure fcr SeWllty,
Sure Cure fcr Jasniice,
Sxirs Curs fa atarasaas,
And all affections arising from weaknas er want of
actios In IM Urer or DigenUv Organ. Tu fr
i3ii tmi: ixiooDf .
And aU dUeaaes arising from It. Th great prarsnt-
FEVER AND AGUE.
Tt Is in Impossibility for ny to bar Prr ad
Afie. If UT will us a few bottle of thU reuMtly
aih sorinc aad nul.
$100 $100 $100
VTiU be ptren tot any ease or this dtseas that occurs
to any on that as th Bitter or Taulca apr-
Those who hav the Fever and Aa win i after
the ctaills barn Monperi, that b asiiu; a few bottle of
tbe Hitters or Tunic, tbat tbe disowe will at relnra.
T'teM remedies will rebuild their Conn.idUon faster
thany other knxrn remedy.
The remedies wr placed before th pnhl'e thirty
yaars ago. witb all the prejudice of O'Calted "patent
merticine" opcratlne agiinst il.m. bnt gradnally tbeir
Ti rtoee became known, and aow, to-day. Uiey si and at
tbe bead af all preparaiiona af Ibeir claM. with th
iudonement of eminent judges, lawyers, derygymaB
Read tbe following tymstoHis, sn-l if you ind that
your svatem in affected by any of them, you may rest
srsurad that disease has commenced its attack oa tbe
Btoat Important organs of yonr body, and nnlee sooa
checked oy tbe aseof powerful remedies, a uirerabie
Ufa, suoa wnuluaiing In death, will b th result.
stlpation, " "
jKtnleoce. In- '
- ward Pile, Folnesa
of Blood to tbe Head, Aci
dity of th buxnach. Nature,
Heartburn, Disfutt for Food, i'al- .
. aee or Weight in the Stomach. Boar
" Eructation. Sinking or Fluttering at lb
Tit of tbe Stomacb. bvrimmtng of the Ileal:
Tlarricd or Uiinculi Breatliing, tlottermg at tit
Heart, Cnoklng or Snffocatioj; senoatiuna when ia
a Iring posture, Dimnerc of Virion, Dots or
Webs before tbe 9iut, Dull Pain in the Head,
Dencien-y of Perspiration, Yellowues of
tbe Skin and Eyes, Pain In the Bide, .
. Bsc, Cheat. Limb, etc, Sadden
flushes of Ileal, Burning ia
. the Flesh, Onstant im
agining of Evil, and
All lajltat disease of the LlvaT or DigMtlr Organs,
eotabiaed with tmpor blood.
Is entirely vegetable, and contains no liqnor. It Is a
compound of Fluid Extract. The Boot, Herbs sod
Barks from which the extracts are made, are gath
ered in Uermauy ; all th medicinal virtues ar ex
tracted from them by a lei. title chemist. These ex
tracts re then forwarded to ibis country to be used
expressly for tlx mannfsctur-. of this Bitten. Tber
Is no slcoholic raSstance of any kind used fn com
ponnding the Bitters; hence it is free from all tbe ob
jection incident to th nse of a liquor preparation.
la a combination of aB the Ingredients of tbe Bitters
With tbe purest qnan ij or baula cms itam. tiracges, r
Ae. It is aeed fur tbe nme di wases as the Bitters, ia i
vms some par alcoholic stimulus i required.
Lis th foUowlnf was neer before offered in behalf
of uy medicinal preparauoa :
HOX. O. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Jostles of th Supreme Coort of Psnnsylvaala
I ftcit "HooSand's German Bitters ' Isa zood Tonic,
asaful in dieaa of ;iie digestive organa, and w
treat benefit la case f debility and wtnt of nervoas
i-liM, i ii 11m avalMiit Tim rj t r, I .
GHO. W. WOODWABD.
HOX. JAM 13 1 UOIIPSOW.
Jostle of the Supreme Court of PeansThrania.
PhiivUlphia. AjrriitJi. VTA.
I consider "11 ooflsnd's German Bitters'' araluabl
medtciaeincai of atiacka of ludiKelion or Dyspep
Sia. i. out certuy in., iroiu my exencuce ot It.
Xoan, whb, respect.
. i JAJISS THOHPSOS.
now. (1EO. SHABSVSOD,
Justice of the Supreme Cnnrt of Pennvlrxni.''
PhiladrirMa. Jiau 1st. IR
I bar koad by experience that llouJaud' tier-
msa B'.lters" '. a very pood tonic, rellermj dyspeptic
srcuitouis a uiot surcciiy.
. HOW. AT 11. ROGERS, -Xavor
of the Cltv of Bufmlo. w. Y.
ir,Ti.,r'. . A. LtTnln -Turn M 1IMO
I bav nsed "lioodand s tiennan Bitters and Totuc"
ia my nuaiy during the past year, and can recom
send then a an ezcelleat toaic lmmrtl ton and
vufur te the sr. tern. V!ir aae ha beea pwductir
ot MCUHkitj oeneocis. srtect.
WlC T. BOGEBi
Tfondsnd's GermAB Remedies sre coanterfeilsd
Bee that tne surnuurs of C. M. JACKSON is on the
wrapper ef each botll. All others ar counterfeit.
CHAS.-11 EVA1TS, Proper.
fl-mrriw C. M. JA.CKSOif CO. .
PrincipaT efEce an maimrsctsrv st the Csnnaa
Mediciue Store, No. S3t AliCU BXBiiaT, Phuadei-
Iloouud's Gennaa Bitters, per bouls Sl.00
Hoofand's German Bitters, hs.f dozea S.Ott
lluoaaud's Uennaa Tonic, pat up in qt. hotUe 1.SW
pr bottie, or half duaen Sir 7.S
Do not forget to examine wall th artici 70a bay
order to fet lbs genuine.
For Kale by all Drngglata,
And De;r ia Kdieis vrywbr.
irarrantc4l to be the Cheapest
and tbe Best I
'Will do all it i recommended to do or tie
miav refunded. -
FIBbT will restore gry or laneo nair
to its natural color. It will change red hair
to a beautiful unburn.
SECOD It will tizhten the kair.tnu
arresting and preventing ita falling out.
TH1KD It will eradicate dandruff and
cure iti hing ('. the scalp and relieve that
unnatural heat m tne neaa, oi wnicn many
FOURTH Tt will cheneo harsh and wi
" ry hair into the soft and silken appearance ,
so muoh desired.
The following, among many acknowledg
ment to ita superiority as a Hair Rt' ra
tuesnd Dressing, will apeak for ti-eia
selve : - .
- iIoCo!trtLts, O., 5ot. Se, 1S70.
We hereby certify thst we have tested the
article called EXCELSIOR HAIR RR
' STORA TIYB, and find it to be all that ia
claimed for it a complete Hair Restorer
and Hair Dressing.
. - FORD SILL,
VT. W.il CAHTT.
GET THE BEST!
fcj i,w cLMSe.jAi,
OR, IN PLAIX TYPE, THE
Try one Patkagre and be Con
25cts. or 5 for 81
For Sale bj Druxglst 3l Coaa
Ciscishati, 0., 0c. 8, 1S70.
S. Sprpu, McCooncisville, O: Send
ns five (trues .of joor Cattle Powders, (Ohio
Farmer's.) A- B. MKHUIAM 4 CO.
The Ohio Partner's Condition rowrJers
is the best medicine for horses 1 have ever
nsed, and I have tried many others Team
ster for UcCoooelsville Sa-b. Factory.
rortsr,& Pyle boy OUio Farmer's Cjo
Tlioy cured my hirac whn I and a!l my
aeigUbo3 faeuglit he would die.
... . --- .f.-McDCWELL.
Toor Powders (Ohio Farmer's) abooM
be more aged amonir the farmers than the
Are. I know them to be a good thing lor
stock. J. A. APAIR.
Tfcev sre a good thing for stock DB.
' Ask for tbe Obio Farmer's Condition
Powder, and take do other.
' Chemicals I
PAINTSiOlLS, AND YARMSKES !
GLASS, riTTY, &c.
Pure Wines and Liquors
Dje Tf oods and Dye Stuffs iren-
Gr".t ear always sed in selecting
?our rme. We aim to keep nothing
Ihat :s . inferior, yreaerjptioo pnt np
in a aaie ana cmreiai manner, w
aV would b glad te hav aomaofvsur
Wpatrcn af .