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" POLITICAL MEETINGS,
- - bkpt. w,
the reonlo. irreflrnf tivo rf ,rr
Invited to meet at the times nnd places
following, for the narriosn of rl
i i - , x. ol
vno poiiucai ibbuom o tho day, viz:
RHncrst llle, Tiirartay, Srpi.18.
i nionvlllf,i:vrnfngorn(iiitc Hay.
win HrlRtol Corner, Trtuesluy,
M'ConnclMlIIr, Evening of Snmr
Rny.
Tilndclphia, Tluirsdn)', Sept. 20.
fclcignnilllc, Evening of tame
ur.
rillctCn Cicsi
eptr 21.
'. Ibemterfleld,
. luy.
Heads, rrldav,
tituliiff of Same
; Windsor, Snduguy, kept. 22.
?. Tho day meetings will be held at
cno 'o'clock IV M.; the evening meet
Rings' trt seven o'clot k.
"- MARTIN D. FOLLETT, ESQ,;;
the Democratic cand idnte for C'.nnen-nua
and others will be present and ad.iro
'!-, i ,
, Friends of tho cause in the neighbor.
hoods of theso meetings are respectfully
called upon to make all necessary ar
.rangiinente for holding tho same, and
xtindiiig invitations to all.
' By order of the Democratic Central
Committco.
. -J .j,. .... y
"f JRS- AM biuincfi pertuindig to the .Coxsta.
, atiye office (Juriug our alncuce) can be trim
aeted with li. B. Moomi.
Agricultural Notice.
,Th Hoard or Director, of the Morgnu County
Aerii-uirurel Society nre requested lo inert n't
the cOire of Hon. F. 'W. W.Kid, Id MTorueln
ilie, Ohio, r.n
PATIUDAY, HErTEMBER 21, ISP.
t WoVicok, A. M., IV.r the t run xuot tun of bul
rf for the mining Fair.
A tti win l! tlie hint rrpulnrnirrting of the
Hoard Tiorto tho KHir it i dcoiioin that a full
nd promiit attrudniire bnlmd at thii mculiuc.
Jiy order ol the l'rcnidrnt.
' Jon If F.'AdaiA, Sicrtttiry
Radical Meeting.
T. . Plants the - ?aJU.al nJi
datofor Congress in this Dlfitri(Vbade
Jhia appearance i:i our -illngon Tues
day evening, and'" hejd fbfth t -the
,lown Hall to a few of tho faitful,
t ith a groat deal of drumini ng and
.tooting of hori.f., h ringing of the
Court llouse lell timo and again, the
iiall was finafly filled with a. gapping
audicneo.
! Plants being tho "observed of all ob
servers," started out with n tirade- of
iibuso against 'the President. . lie ar
raigned Andrew Johnson, tried him,
convicted him, and intends at the next
session of Congress to have him im
peached and put out of office. -
And rew Johnson J the successor of
tho illustrious and lamented Lincoln,
Jho late Government of the United
btatce.who met with an untimely death
at a play honse in Washington City, is
grievously in the way of such men as
Plants; to tho coeumuticn of their do
Biree and designs.
. AHO tf.OUi-ht, however, bv tho movn
intelligent portion of the audience that
Andy JohLoon will survW the awful
castigationrecoivedatthehandsofthe
valiant Plants. " ' . ' ,
Aft- , , ,. ' ' .
. hi ii in una aisposcu ot the
Government in the way ho thought mos.t
Hi
efl'ectnal and eel-tain, und that to with
ou X tl! earof Li n col ri bid m i 1 i ta ry
lastiles before liiscyeH, ho went off and
undertook to justify his vote 'in- the
Jut Congress.
Ily0ted, ho iuidj for negfo BuflVngo
in the District of Columbia and would
J-Qtthat tvay all the time. He mid it
j
any soldier did not like his courso on
the bounty, question, . that is, giving
MOO bounty to tho negro soldier and
only 8100 bounty to the whito soldier,
nd taking $2,000 extra pay (or bounty)
for himself, ho might vote a-rainist him
for be 'could be 'electid without
. w.-. v.nllcu u,ai no nau given
eovoral votes in Contrress for imlitir.i.1
purposes' and to ad vance the cause of
Eudiculisn).
..lfq osclared tlutt-tha
feouthorn Btates must stay out of the
Unixn until tho negro was secured in
his right to vote.' ' ''
In tho course of his speech he nt
Icmptcd a justification of his conduct in
regard to the extra pay allowed mem
bcrs of Con
O" T 'J " vi4 P" l VU UL V11H I
uis pocucis at, tno time wore full of
groeuuncKs taifcn out or tho treasury
by, fraud, cheating and imposition, and
tflrtVgK'tfi- operations 'of, ii- Co'ngroa.
ionai trick. Jje justified and attempted
to sustain the whole course of the Rump
Congress, and after he got through
thrcxhecrsvere given 'Wi thee' t'on
gress, their rnoasu res and 'Plants, a
vb'rihy and Uneit Wmber.' thereof4, at
the ngjestiftu our worthy and gal-
,
Col. Granger, tlie Radical (findidato
for Common rieuri Judgo in this Judl
cial DiHlrict, being present was calk
upon for a Fhoech. Ho is snid to im
wen Drotlier.' His speech did
nmout to much. Our informants were
somewhat at a loes to comprehend
"rilt tf h,a remarks. JIo was under
stod however to go the whole Kadi
o -"'do jau ruu
sided. . '
Other gentlemen of lilto caliber,
"Stance Judges elch and Evans, en
tcrtaineu the audience to a luto hour
with tirades of ubuHoiiLrninHtMiA 7
O Vt
eminent.
W o have eomo to thcconclusionfrom
what wo have hoard about this meet
ing, for wo were not present, that these
men, seeing tho hand writing on the
wall, liav become desperato, and
ready at any time to enter the nrenuof
revolution, dissolution, and bring upon
wie country all the curses of civil com
i.iuuuii. incy r.ccm to uo pursusing
mo same course that characterized
their conduct previous to the lato civil
war. Vindictivencss, hatred and all
ti c bad passions scein id be the stock
! a t fin .
in iruuo, juicy seem determined
bring on a war between the whitesand
blacks.
I. O. F.
Public Demonstration at
Ohio, on Wednesday,
September 19. 1866.
PROGRAMME.
alley nl MhKh J.odg a will, ftipot at Odd
Fellow.' Hall, nt thn hour of 10 o'clock a. m
unrai, .Morgun, llrmlnck und Wood (Jrove
tolg- will iiK-ft at Town Hull nt li nVlock
Beverly ami Marietta Lodir will moot at
Powcll a Hull at 10U oVIork, the ' I.o.lffr.
untnoti oh. Ci and 3will mo.-t nl Bhorwood't
Hall at 10J oVIork) Hip Enuumpluvnt will
........ nun ni ii o iiiKH j othe
J.odj-1 will have .lar- anKinml tlvln.
ilif J'rnccwion will bo formed by the Grand
Mnrnlinl uf Mutrirt Ko. 61, at tho Hall of Val-
Ity Lodge, mid will march to Town Hull and
receive the Lndgt-a nt thnt jdacoj thence to
Pewell'aHall, theiuo to Sherwoodii Hull, thouce
to Sjhepard'a Hull, tlme up Cuntcr itroot to
I'cnn, up Tenn to Eibertv. down Libcrtv to
i opiar, uuwd l opinr to tiutvr, u Center tothe
ram.
i Iinner.
Miuic by tho DhikI,
injur uy me urana CJiop!
Oration by the Kcv. IJro, J. W.
iliisic.
' " Dcnediction. .
ino irocciiiou win men be re-formed -nnd
uianh down Tarado atrrel tg Union, Wowg
w..,wi. iu iumiu, up jiiuiii to I enter, from llivhe
lo the leveml jdaeei of rctidexvoyi. . , J
........ Uv,.bi.wi.u. wiii V1 vruilitil upqp
" "i'l""r""'o cuuirniiit-a, anil conducted to
tUclr icveral plueca of rendezvous.
. n. .jiTioa, i
. A. DAvia,
plain.
Hilar.
J.
J.
Duowx,
AllLUOlH.
Aniitanti.
almukdubs Hi tu Stork U ntill wall
"1l',i, d '" k m dt u,;., mediei.,
, ,'t l ' "m. r '"f
C "'l ' ' ,b"
." : ' .
van ana get Kinga uiit. railed II air lte8to
ihIivb
:'A ' killa or new inaclciTel, caiiglil
latt month, jimt rei'virrd at the (Jrucerr Bioif
ol I). II. Mt.KTi.irr. .,'.
'And tur Uusd Siui.i. riuie" by calMnc
cu T. T Nott, ut Moiriti', IJ ird4ifo Btorf.
who, It is piiicrury knoxn, lnw Lccn tulitted
wilh fore ejw fVl wvi.ly.Cvti 'jvaia, and liav.
iiHf hffii ciirtd by t ho u m or J. V. IlardyV
J'e Balm, tulies pleu.uis in nupplj iii( any in
unil ef b curt.
. CO" 11 ,ico ii, puik huuuj
Mid
lard lur salo at
i. ,. ,
Skko Wiikat ror aulu
stinr. AieConnelsvilli';
by J. V.. Sokka
C"Kxtra ktigar-curcd
Mohti.ey's.
dried' beof for sale
Equalization Bounty Bill.
-i ' . r v". b"
" auty uror his term of culiitmeut
rirc'1 10- ' ,
'.J wMow' l,,1,lorcl'il or parents, Iri
, ai pamea oy l-otiBrci July 27th, 16fld,eive
pv auunioani oouniy
rpA A. i ...... .
....r7 uonoraoiy tuseaargod soldier who
enlntcd in tho army of the United Blutei linco
April jam, I6J. for three y.., ,U(, ,ervt,a hu
terra or eiiliitment, and who hm received
hi euiiuea to receive butIOO bounty
. u ntrj uen loldier who
the order named, of any such soldier who diod
while iu tho service or from wound, received
or dinciuie contracted while in the servica of the
vpitca einivi f luo
AN INCREASE PENSION.
, rp- ,.i j . . ,
w mouth. , , . , ' , , : ' ,.
io ooioiu tho lucrcaMpemiooa hewanplica
tltt muirt La maiki. ' 1 ' '
ha also been granted bv a meant
,'Xo widow, of .oldier. whi hv died In the
army, or to tlie children if the widow hui died
or remnrried-fj per inohth for each child
unurr io year, ol age
e lout a
i of a, hijud or foot
THREE MONTHS EXTRA PAY.
Las been granted every officer who was Jn com
rak.lon March 14, IBS; and rc,lgn4 or wa.
honorahly di.charged affor April Btb, 1SD5 '
. Tha under.iSned Will promptly atu.4 to Jl
valid cluims under the .overal luwi of Congrew
grantiug bounties, peniion., extra pa Vj'io,
, Bring with you all papers in your poiaeMion
-.such M diacharge., 4n-o as to make out
orrect application!. ' '
--disunionists
THREE MONTHS EXTRA PAY. JAMES M. GAYLORD.
-""""""i jiii in ry claim
MTVlltB
laim Agent. 1J
irTlit,his
Bounties.
not
the
for
Df tlis late Act of Oiingrrm,' epproved
July 2&tli, I6CC, tvtTf ioldier who enlisted
Into the arm a fit r the 15ih rr April,
lor the term of three years md who served
term and wai honorably diaclwrged is entitled
to a bounty of one hundred dollars. i
Kery soldier who etilimed after tli
lime and for the tinme turni, who was
oo account of wounds received In
line ol duty, and tho widow, minor chiMrei
or parents of sneh soldier, or the heirs -of
soiuier lio died or tiie or wound
I.. I' . ... J . ....
.mv.u ... viic Hiitr ui nuiy is entitled lo
hundred dollars bonniy.
L1 ...... i. . .......
..cij ...Miiir wuo rnnsifij into the
after lLo 19ih ot April, IPC1, for a term,
less thun two jcure, and who Ins been honor
nbly disclmrgud, ullir lervintf two joars,
riuiiltd lo Dl'y diiCurs bounty.
ni.j soiuier wiioeiiiiMtd lor leu thno
years, Iki has been honorably dimliarired
ucroiint or wounds feccivrd in the lino of
or toe widow, minor children or farentf
any sueh M)ldiir who died of wounds or
earn contrucied in the serfics, it cutilled
BUT dolUn bounty.
A II . . :.).. . .,
....i..'vii riiiHini to i unto onuniics
lire ihem promptly rollijcied by culling
Bounties. GLENN & KELLY.
OfTice Souih-weai coiner o I'ublie .Spioie.
to
cni.iwo licrrcs of extra lumilv eanvnued
nnmsjiwl receind at Morti.kt's Grocery,
mv iinipi'ii, ii. iworriB- ix rnr'f. i-
trrrA l:T. 1 IM .. il
.uiiiv . jimipiiie piaco lo
good bargains.
General Morgan's Greeting to
Columbus Delano.
nf
r
From tho Znnesvilles Sirrn.ol r.r
Din inst. wo cony the follow
from tJeneral Mormm tn fi.,.i.n.
Delano. If Air. Delano has not a Im.
er contract on hand than ho iinn.ri..,..!
wo are very much mistaken. Every
thing conspires to show that General
Morgan will be elected hv a trinmi.l..
ant majority: , .
anksvilm, Ohio, September fi. 'Cfi.
To the Hon. Columbus D.ihmn-
Sir: I avail myself of the opportu
nity ol your being now in thin city, to
notify you of my uccoptanen nf
fhallengo. It will ull'dnl m..
pleasure to meet you in depute at ono
or more points iu each county in this
district timo and place, as well as
terms, to bomutallv nrmrwl mw.r.
I the more rcadifvaeecrtthurl..fl n iifn
given by you, as I have been informed
mat winio in .Licking county you pub
lished part of a. confidential convcrsa
tion which took placo between us in
Washington City, and in. as much as
you have removed the seal of privacy
desire to make tho. entire
tiwn public in j-our presence.
as you cnarge mo with unfairness;!
leart it proper to in for
that I nm preparod lo irov. hv i.A
iipiwnoix io tno Congressional Globe,
that on tho 2d of Fobuarv. IRn rJ
ltllinft UltlViIiAiu 4 , ... ' . a '
I I" A i . . t' V,V.
iiu uy mo ourna of t m imi t iw..
jl i ... . --"i.'rv, .irri
fu tne any of February,- of tl
iiiio year, ai uie very moment that
ueierai aayior, With his 0,000 voluu
uers, was actually engaged in buttle
w mi uenerai rtanta Anna und l.iu
mux ,. .i... . .
.Muiiim, inaiyou voted nira tisl
in PiMuuriiiuon io lurnislifiiiiii. i..Mii
our" soldiers, und thercbgavo aid and
i-"'niui i iu mo enemy,
i enariro, and am TroT.nr.i1
that during tho late session of Con..rr.(R
i 1 p ' o
ju.. voieu in javor ol ne'rO sufiraL'o.
i;iui uner navintr taken an (mil, tn
u support uio Constitution, you voted
tor the Civil flights Hill, which you
had denounced as iini'mmtitiit;.,..!
That you declaro if the Civill flights
xiu oecamo a law, it wouid create ne
gro jurors, and hav.ing sodeclnreihyou
voted for tho passage of the bill, and
thereby voted to makejurors of negroes
ill WUIU.
flM..,. .1. - .ii 4 :J '
... 'nue,yiyui nights .Uill, as it
pusseu, contained all tho objectionable
lynui iH n men you nart denounced.. . ,
1 further char-'o, and proposo to prove.
thnt .11. a Tm.ur 6;n ...i!.-. .
...... in ami auvocuiea UY VOU
inn fi.in.l .,.,,. .U ! . . J ,"
"! uyvn mo inrmer ana wool
growers. . i ; .
it is proposea to extend tho-dis-
cussion to nil qtrestious now. bi
Mio. ieoj)ie, ns well as to all . public
iiiin.iDiui;uiillt'(;rion witn w n.h ..if ...
... '..VM V.1IIVI
ot us have taken part.
ln Muskingum county dur-
....iu ineiit weoK, una respectfullj'
request a responso at your earliest con
yci'ience. 1 '
, And you will oblige mo by 'inclosing
votir l'Pli V fn M T ,.,,jl i i.i . "
.anesvillo. , .
I remain sir. very reHnnnifnli w.n.,
obedient servant, :
.
,
.
'
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GEO. W. MORGAN.
As It Should Be.
Tho Pitlsburcr. Penn. Gnnlf. T...
1 1 . .. ,hit.l,l
uciares, wiui a tear in oach eye, that
ii is no joncrer a secret , that, in !..., j
sylvaniu tho Conservatives are co-operating
as absolutely-with: tho? Demo
crats as in JSfew Yorlc They will all
vote for Clvtner. and for th niirf.M
and conntv J3cnioorati n.!;,,
JhiB is preliranary to a joint 'cir.,rt to'
clOct a I resident twoveni-nlmnnn "
4c. ' As in PennsvlviLiiiii nni M.i,
i ork, so in Ohio. Indiana Tii;i
Michigan, and othor Western - States!
It is a general combination .of Union
lovitig citizens acrainst old rliHhr.U,i.
before the war'1 1 Good
m6rr foel tlwt such combination Is abso
lutoJy necessary for tho salvation of tho
flepiiblio, and they aceordino-lv
into it with a hoatty good will,', and
have rollod up their sleeve n,io
fightit out on that lino.-f Cincinnati
Enquire. v j :
.
tied
,..i
..iu
mm
I
L
George Francis Train.
1861,
his
same
dis
charged the
any
coo
ono
army
not
b
two
on
duly,
ol
dig.
lo
ran
upon
nf
f'
get
Mr. Train is on tho slump in
and is doing good service. Ho
enaiiengea Hanks, Davis, ISntlcf,
Wilson to moot him in discussion,
they decline. Train would demolish
either of these pretentious individuals
on tho stump. Hero is something
one of his spocches in Dcorinjr
Portland:
"Michelet," said Mr. Train;
Philosophic French writer, sayi
century has it particular disease.
Pine r.'i in tlieThirteenth,SyphiIlis in
Fourteenth, Scrofula in tho Fifteenth,
while thcNinetcenth centuryis remark
able for two diseases touching
sexes, overworking th. Jlintellect
tho Hfl'cet ions. llad Michelet visited
New England, ho would have
morcdiseiise, Xivro Moubus. flanirhtpr
adisenso that loiigsince imssed through
me nesn ana seilie't in tlie bono
it was imported in n Missionary
from England by n quack physiciau
the name of Thompson, laughter
is tho Tanner Selected bv the English
Government to poison our Fountain
i V y iX'f,u"r JInn vaccination
That's so l The experiment is a
cess. When tho two terrible disonsfa
just mentioned of tho Thirteenth
l ourteentli centuries met in tho human
organization, there was no euro
death. So wlnin this Negro Morbus
camo in contact with Aew England
fanaticism, tho patent is in tho hand
of Victor Hugo Devil Fish applause
and thesd 'Toilers of tho Sea' alonu
, I . . . . . 1. ..
me const ti jiaino must near tho tor
lures or the damned a while
Laughter and applause.
"I here is only one remedy 1
their pockets. The New York Express
saj's the West nrc sending their Gov
ernment bonds lo tho East to cet
high interests. Touch New England's
pocket, and you reach her soul
was seen by dispatching tho May Flow-
er for a cargo of slaves after landinp
tho J'uaitans. ILoud hiirhter.T
"Suppose tho South should ioin
West they having no bonds in
one case, and sold out in tho other
send this brief telegraphic dispatch
the Eastern fanatics who aro the
gest holdere."
l.OXORESS AND THE SOLDIEUS. Con-
gross made a great ado over tho sol
dier's bounty bill, which was used
carry through the bill increasing
pay of members themselves from three
to rive thousand-dollars a vnnr tl,..v
being locked together and acted upon
as a joint proposition. Tho ' radical
majority expects tho soldiers to
them a largo debt of gratitudo. But
turns out thnt while tho provisions
increasing Congressional sahn ion
clear and straight foward, and every
mc inner nas returned home with
plunder in his pocket, the bounty prop
osition is BO mixed and' Tnndrilprf thnt
it is practically inoperative.
tstSrllog cholent is prevailing to
nmi-iiiing exieni in vest Virginia
i. iiiuc uruvvs aro iiying.- ' 1'orK is go
'"K UP-'
MARRIED.
HAWKIN8-J'I.NKE11T0N-In M-conal.
villo, on Tuesday evening, Sept., 4th, by Jtey.
W.N. Wyolh, Cyril I'awkiui, Eiq., (late
Xcvt.Iu.) an Mix Burah M. rinkerton both
uiUivca t,r Una villngo, , ;
In mir.'b of pnld iinncH'o" to mm
"''i'h? plniimuiid inountuin heithti tomeiure,
.lt.tM..... . ... ....I... l.:. .
ii . , ' nanve Home, '
Ue lnuad, at luit, hii greateit treaiuro.
ni.joij,Kt,KMjon lhe i0tl, jn.,
Kev. Samuel Adam., Mr. Jo.cjih Keniiou and
Jin. Maria Kerm, all of Bnatol townihip.
MARRIED. Commercial.
M'CONNELSVILLE MARKET.
M'CONELSVILLE, Sept. 14, 1866.
Fi.oi's 13 00 Kxt a nor barrel.
Wiikat IJ-30 ner LiimIi.,1.. .
Oath 40 ceaU per bualiol.'
Cons 80 cent! ner buiiliel.
r'LAX fcKKD-tl 00 per hunhel.
ttAKLKv Spring, twHjj Kali, 11 per huh.
Dav- $1 i;0 to 10 voper too
Piuitn Ahi-i.ih-13 ao per bmhel. 1
Hi ttkk 20 evota ner uoiiuil. . . .' !
Kuuh I'i cent, per d'izmi,. ,
ciiicKKKH t.ive lb tenU.
Cot Kii lii to, 'i'i eetita. . ' . '11.;
Cni'NTHt rioAf S cenu ver-nnunJ !
Kioah 15 Ut 'ID ueuU pec pound, '. .
hiiliul'U U0 tula i.t-r irall ..II IIA. I.u.r.t L '
l.AKl 1(1 ceiiU pouud. IU Imn '
CANliLM-liahowi-; teuu per II. by box, ,;
y., . - ii reiun. ,
(Stai )-.IO oeuwperlb. by box. '
c " " 34 UeUil.
SOArr-li to 20 cciiti per bar.
C'liKKsK 'ii cent pr puimd. ' 1
bAVT 'i ') per burrei retull, .,
Stok i.oAiri centi per bmliel,
II ami IS to il.i eeutu at leluil. ' '
KiiikV 14 enU per pound, i ,
r-HnuLiiiiKa 1. io lo ccutt,
Tallow-s to 10 i-enu.
ivuukv n u pur gallon.
IIkanh I'i 00 per bo,hcl. '.',
L KIIOKS Ol' YOITII... A gtutle-
ai:in wbo luteitd for jeam li-oni Nervona le
Liuty, 1'ieiualuio, und all the tlleou ol youlhlul In
Umtielion, will. Icn tlio auke of ,.t1..,i,,: i,
end lie lo ill hu need it. th ,i u.i a.'.'
lioua lur uiukiux the liiimte remedy by wnith he
cured, bulleien wishing to piulit by tlie d-
VHU UU IU HV II ni.dliwr I..
iivrlu. t itiiiiliili.i. luiiu l. ........... M
. , w . . D. uui"n.
aaT-Sin -t-tdur.t,i,-.llrv0l.k
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
'I he Urur liereioioro exiitiuguuder thouaDjeof
llOLMU it SpAlks ha. beun dumlv..! I.. i
ah ... "
.... wuuuuii oi iuu iirm will
coutuut.
with
i.. ....
ii ii . .. "
.nr. ikilmilX. WHO will ......I ......
urry on the HOOT and BIKjK I. .. .i "
- , . . . . .i.o
uauu, wiii uoor wen ol the 1'oitoihee, Mr,-
"uu ii :nn3wieugB(i u bo beat work
iu lowa, will remain with him.
ei UIIU M A npinirn
r . .... 1.,
AllMINISIKArOlt'S OIiCl!!. i
ApIIE undor.igued ha. been appointed Ad'mtn
i"" oune eiittte ol Jtuiiii . btewart.
decerned, late ol Morgan county, Ohio
.ell-lHOo , JAMES J. BTEWiRT
. : A U M I N lcj I U ATOIl tJ i'NO n Uli. .
nMIE under.iKued baa been duly 'apprmted
Aduuuwtrator of the e,ta.ta of William
""''i"; ,.'r"', ' n'M"fgn rounty, Ohio.
Maine
has
and
but
from
Hall,
1
"the
each
tho
both
and
one
1
ship
of
who
of
sue.
nnd
but
o
uch
tho
as
thn
the
and
to
lnr.
to
the
pay
it
for
iu
his
nn
BUSINESS DIHEUTOUY.
n. M. STANBF.Rr.
w. w. rTLt
STANDEUY & PVLE,
- v
McCONNKLSVILLB, OHIO.
UHIlfi Srtor.d Slory of Morrir Bulldlnj.
W I.cgnl bnlnoM promptly attenjrd tn, and
prcialattrutiou gincn to the collretiun efairdonlil.
luiviaima. ai)3-l
WM. O'.SNK.
1. A. KILLT
GLliNA'&KELLY?
ATTOIhNE'S AT h'AW,
OFFICH 8outhwesl Corner of Public Sqoart,
M fONNKLSVILLK, OHIO.
au3 1
B A 11 G A 1 N S
AT
IIAIJS CHEAP STOJiE
IN MALTA.
iWJsLCW
Jt'ST AnillVIXC-CALL AND KXA1IINH.
)j20-tf
W. A. SILL.
F. SILL & CO.,
DKALEI13 1
Dry CocJi, Crotrrfn, Notion, TinffBre, Tmnlt
AND
HOUSE FUKNI6J1INO GOODH
Oppmlte Tonrt Ilouie, M'ConneliTllU.O.
f1it
r. w. wood.
r. i. roMi)
WOOD & POND,
: . . . . i .
illoruf jj and Couuseloru at Law,
M'CON N ELS V I I.LK. OHIO.
of
l
F, B. POIND, Notary Public;
anJ-ly.
V. B, HEDGES, M, D
Physician and Surgeon,
neipeotfully offer, hi. Profemlonal lirrlce to the
ciiiseiui oi tl uoonel.Tille and vicinity.
OFFICE, FROM R00.H OVER STO.VE'S STORH
Where ha can be found at all time., day or DlaUt
' . kn ... ..H.ru.bl....li .
. Jy20 ly ... . '
of
0. R. BAKCtAT.
t. h. BKKMT
BARCLAY & BERRY
Attorneys at Law.
OFFICE OVER BREWSTER i ROBERTS' STORE,
I-. ' 1
M'COSNLLSVILLE, OHIO.
au3-y
D. - E. P0WE11,
A'lTOHNEY AT LAW,
OrriCE with J. E. Da'nna, Center Street.
M ' V O N N E L 8 V I L I. K . OHIO
JVOTICK.
J Uenuet U. ,i. "B W 'ia III, Wc. of b
u . r " " it a a i force
Irom wid Jonepli on acoouut of hi. wilful abenea
I ttr fnnin Limn iii.u . . . i..a ...
will be heaid at the Wmbcr term, ison. of
,wu,.. , , ,, Mil HL . Hh'VVITT
Bounty! Bounty I
CDLD1KR3, .WIDOWS, o.,i InlcreaH-d ft.
' the late law romlizlnir hmmtiu. ... .... .
that the underlined la prepared to atkiod to that
kind of I uniiuii Willi duimi. l. .n,i ... . ,.
, - . ... V. .VMUUIU1I
Vridowa,('IiiliIrea or the Parent! of Soltlicri
ho dlnd In Verrice of dtxeate or wound, contracted
rctciwU in lino of duly. Will recuivB ih.
amount a. would bane bran iu.i.1 il,. .i.n . "
aeif had be aerted bi. full term of enliitiuent. '
I Aiur.o u,. UAIhUUU,
1 Claim Agent.
1,000 Vcrcs of JL.and7
' 1 LOCATED TEN TEARS AGO, '
Fur Sale' or Eiehange for Towa Tropert.
i iu. Linn s iilATi:i IJV
i. i Bu,li,",n' Beand Verimn countlm. Mi-ionrl.
H I. well watered anj timbered, that portion in
Jemon county I. within one mile audi half of
Mvaoa tiiytlietmiuly aeat. , Xor further uartie
ulari call upon tha lubscriber' Terra, eaiy. .
' au!-4in . .:. . ... : JONAH PoiVEEf..
all
I
favor
P
At
D.
that
nf th,
(.roceiy
. Al l ACUMEN T NO l'ICE. ; , .,
Jobq UDermolt.r'tff,) PeforeE. C..Dala jut,
PeUr K. Noye., Deft. in
( )N tb, Hthday of Aujroit. A. U.Wd ';
J Imued an orde of attirlim,,. il ..
action fo, the uni of thirtytwo (ISJiO) doilarl
and fortjr eoota. and nfla-n .i.'ulJ: A.
ablaamoeat of eoM.
l! ef
either
cou,?r,
Jy9tt
h. i)uxidriicdu L son
Keef conataiiuy on hand a lrje stock ot
FIR5ITIEE ISO flOCSE-FCEXISffl.10 GOODS'
AT. I4OTT PniCEl, ;
at their new itori-r.-wnn, Id tlie
- ' ' ' ! ' i
I3arik Building, .
M'COSXELSVILLE, ii.
FAMILY GROCERY
i Ttr Sum Sail f Tsit Eon.
M'Caslln & Fouts
lot Its the attention of the public lb their new iterlr
of Onl-oliua
embrscln everjthlntf Is the a-iroerf line needid
ur lam.iy sini,m.uuQ. ni Date Jntt receivtU a'
larjre itovk of . ...
SL'GMfi-CrRED BAMS AMD DRIED BECf,-
Frrrr kind of Countr Prru1.iruMirj1.i ..j .ia
Give im a tall.
au24 tt
NEWGOODS,
HUB. JOHNSON,
MiXUFACTCBEa C
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Htrv
JOB wo n XT
all kind. exreuWI with Bwlneea and d!suW.
He ktep. ronitatnty oa h.nd a ry larf
mtnt of ,
Cooking 6tOTC8, i '
Pavlor Stoves,
r Heating SIotcs, . - : :
Fire Fronts, ' '
Orate?,'.
Hand-IroM,.
. Stove Tip, . ,
Coa1-UucketA
noes, iinkcs.torUa, .
Brass Kettles, ' .' '
Apple I'tircra, NaiJf, ''.;';'
i .i
ti.n'.'vW-i.e:
OF ALL DKSCBIPl'ION'a.
BUCKEFH 'lUBB, CUURN'S. UROoW:
: WASH BOAUD.S. ClAvilKi.
WKINGKUS. ASH PAN. ,.'
cuuN.rQrpEus, ;,:".'J..';.
'.' : . a Lso 1
..w.i. : ' i i - .; . i
mos op house Ftisisnwfl comic
, Japan Ware, 5coi '
1 . . ; .7 , ; ' ' J :
' .'.''.'.
Brilliant Qoal 8tbv ,J
, AND V :
Wood
t n r
,li J ,
Stov-e;
i a I
WAOox. uvanr i nioi.Vj wlilrir?
COW HIDEtf. THK PATENT ''
h iKr ladokr; hvo ar- i "
.' ..... MILLS, PAN ! ROX; . ..ii " .;: 1
' v ' '- i ! : :i . it t s " i ' i ! . i I
u5 m'y other ftrtlclci to tiuBiras to tMntW
will inara no nninia to iU'.L.f''
me With a:calt . r ' TT-
JIKRBEIIT JOHNtSON;,
-Baokeye nlbc.," k'f.aif3ii
.i'i
'VUK OLU Edl'ABLISUED-
. . M I -
, '
giiocEry SToitii
ri
tha old
J : ..- .1- ,-
'. 'T. V . . ' I . ' .1 ,
Und.ln tbt tlireenrUiry brlc,'irMi
opoi.it the ro.l Uooi. ...
.-Wl.it
f f 'lo
II.
remectriillT luformi the riV;,n. i..' i.J.i !
he keen. con.tR.itlv An l. . 1!' I
.rlou. article. uWly kert a a in IcZi.
Store, eoasl.tiug iu .)iut
lcv'.(i',',!,?'.8'.,fw -..tVic'A."
........ fr"l,,'lyn',l.'-'l'efii '
, .inis ruwuer, unialliiK rowtlei...
i IllStlll. IT l...l. .
' , w wn uii. iiru i
l vorai, . nauuji . Bupe.tri
; j Laid Oil, (,'aiboa .
1 1 ' Oil, Afl., f "
40., . '.- lit Hi
i:- I
which will be aoid ai the jerr loarxt ,j. i
at wh.He.il. or leuil, fo, lt Z rt.
ter1"! ,pr,M

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