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il CON M KLs V1LLB, OHIO :
rrUlny, Mt 9. mo.
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in uti'l ronrw.
An X futiml on the margin
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iiWribur thnt his or her time linn
capircJ, or nbont to expire; nnd it
is ulro mi invitation to renew.
The Pike Road Meeting.
On Inut TlinrJity about ono bun
dred und City people nssetnblcd in
Shopnrd' Hull to dmcum the Pike
llmd question, und to rocolvo upon
wlmt cruras our county Cominis
eionore fibouIJ tt.ko in the mitttur
The meeting wan cnllod to order by
mining I)r. While ol Windsor tp.,
Chairman and William Foulko, o!
Penn, Si'trut&ry. Speeches were
made by Col. Pond and Junbua Da
rin, of Mai U; F, W. WooJ and W.
P. Spragne, ol MuConnolsvillo; Mr.
Phipps and William Moore, ol Man
chester tpj Pr. Kenedy, of York
tp.;and Joseph Rucey, of WinJuor.
All, if we except Mr. riiippj, were
infnvorof Pikes; but aevcial did
not endorse the present law un.lcr
which they aro to bo mndo; or, in
othor words, wero stronir Piko iload
men, provided they did not have to
pay anything towards thoir con
iruction. JuMtbeforo the adjourn
ment the following resolution wns
" WneRBAi, The Commissions of
Morgan County havo cnlletl tho cil
isens of tho county together for the
purpose, of ascertaining their Wishes
as to the propriety of tho Coinmis
sbners proceeding to localo and
convtriict turnpike ro.Tls, under tho
law rucontiy euacted by Iho Ohio
Legislature lor tbutpurpmc, ihcro
" Emoj-vid, That U ia tho sonic
of this meeting that the Commit.
sioners cf3forjr."n Count r ought to
procco! without delny t.j locato and
comraencj the I'utixti-ucilon of one
or mo:o Tni-rpiko road on sach
leading lines ns mry bo doomed
most benuGuial tii all tho citizens cl
AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
The following currecponJenco e
pUins itsolf :
"May C2, 1SCD.
"Wi'li,m OAcy, Esq., Crldwcll, O.
'.Dear Shi: Tho nndorsignod
horoby roquest that yo:t consent to
bo an ludc'ptndcnt candidate for
J udgo of tho Court of Common Pleas
within and for tin First Sub-divi.
ion of tho Eighth Judicial District
of tiie Stute of Ohio ; and in case
you comply with our request, we
pledgo ourselves to tho use of ev
ery fair means to S6cure your elec
tion. Yours moit truly,
I). B. Spriggs, Bei jamin F. Spnggs,
J. W. White, James 9. Foreman,
Jabez Eelford, Chrysistom Fos
ter, C. E. Mitehcncr, John Mar
tin, E.W. Muthewfl. William Glid
don, James M. Datzell, W. B.Te-.-ters,
N. W. Taylor."
"Caldwell, O. May 22, C9.
"Gbntlkmen : Your very kind
favor of tho 22d of .May, waa this
day placed ia my hinds.
"Permit mo in reply, to express
to you and to each of you, my high
regard for this irark of your confl
doiioe and esloem. I accept the
hoflor of boiug a candidato for
Judge in this sub-division as re
quested, and if I am bo fortunate as
to be elected, I chall foithully labor
to so discharge thu duties of the
llgb position, its to command the
respect of tho pcopla of tho district.
I am, gentlemen, moat truly yours,
WM. C. OKEY.
To D. S. Spriggs, Jt. F. Rpriggs,
. S. Foreman, Chryiostom Fos
ter, and othera."
Wo received by Wednesday's mail
the following coinn-nnioution from
from Caldwell, Mr. Oksy a horoe,
whl. h gives a terso. butcomplimcn
ary statement of Mr. Okay's cba
eticr and qualiticationa for tiia po-aitic-n
CaldII, May 22, 18oD.
"ZJitcr iUConneUville Conservative;
"Hon. Wm. C. Okcv. tho indo-
pendent candidate forjudge in this
Sub-division of th EitfhtU Judicial
Dietilct, la widely known aa first
clasa lawyer, but H h)fy not bo
amito to toll yoar roaVr what Lit
people at home here think of him
lie is in the vrirno of life, of torn
perate and itndiona hnbits. excel
lent mortils, and is tho fortunato
possessor of a robust Constitution.
Tho piactico of twenty rears at
the bar has un"ordcd him largo ex
pcricnee, for, n'i one of tho most
saceosful of pleaders, he has al
ways had bis full share to do. His
patriotism is attested br tho fact
that he soi ved in tho gallant 92d
Ohio Volunteer, and his manners
ire so gi niul, and bis abilities so
well reugpizod that all parties ful
ly endorse bis nomination.
Votirs Ttnly. Morgan."
! . !!9
sySamntl McCnne. need sixty
four yrcr, whohnt been a rosideut
of tin rnunt v for over fifty rears
died at his rcsidenco in Dlonm town
ship, last Saturday morninir. Mr
.HtCuno has been a member of the
I. O. O. F's for niny3-enrs, and was
buriod nnder their nuspiceson Run-
day. Tcar five hundred people at
tended his funoral, and his remains
was taken to the Bloom bi:rvinu
itroiiiid by a procession about a mile
Frank Bcmm desires ns toin.
form bis patrons and thepublicpen
erally that be bus renewed tho Ier
Cream trade for this season in all
its branches, and will havo bis
rooms open to-night for the enter
tait.ment -if ojr people, with the
first Cream of the season.
f. it is said that a Mr. Pierce,
of Bloom township, has purchased
a half interest in tlm Dry Goods
Store of Smith A Hill.
tSF Dam Gold and Silver Rinc
made to order at VI SCENIC.
A new supply of Scarlet Yarn at
ftST" T. I) I'd cad I o has now goods
and they arc going otT fast ; and he
has got the lcteiit spring fashions
A splendid lino ol Fans just re-
, n n i . if-n- .
ceived at ny.brook a Millinery and
tST Colt's Army, Nvt and Pock
Piatola bought and sold at
dST" You who use tho weed. Ev
ery body can be nulled In Tobaccos
om 10 cts to 82 per pound at P.
Sweeney & Cn's. No. 37. 2i
- - . -. 1 .a
Sir White Limo by the barrel or
single pound at
. it. Jc C. MUMMEY'S.
icV Wanted. 50 000 pounds of
wool wanted by V. L. H, Malta
Ohio, by tholSih of June, for which
Iho highest cish prices will bo paid.
ATLaKt Herring as cheap us the
cheapest at J. & C. Mummcy's. 2w
at Frank Hemis'
Now gooils of all descriplioni in
their lino at Ilolhrook's.
Notwithstanding tho fact that
"money is the root of nil evil," we
assert our willing! ess to run the
risk and suffer the consequences of
taking it in moderate quantities in
ex'jhango for Wall Paper, Window
Shhdos, Books, Stationery, Pocket
Books, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, ail of
which wo have in good slock and
are selling cheap. AdaihEiios.
VST Ice for sale at Frank Bcmis'.
JST Wanted 100 Bunnell of Oats
which wo will pay tho highest
V. Gloves and hosiery,
cheap, atS. C. Browstcr'a.
F. SILL & CO. HAVE JUST EE
CEIVED ALAEGE AND FINE
ASSORTMENT OF TRUNKS
EAILEOAD AND COMMERCIAL
TRAVELING BAGS AND VA
LISES. ALSO, A GENERAL AS
SORTMEN f OF HOUSE FUR
NISHING AND OTHER GOODS
THEIR LINE. FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS ARE ALL IN
VITED TO CALL AND SEE IF
THIS BE TRUE. DIRECTLY
OPPOSITE TIIE COURT HOUSE.
3r Call ou I). A C. Mnmmev and
tho Etna and Ohio Mowing Ma-
nines, the beet and cheapest in the
Tho Niw Mower can bo seen at
Morris' Hardware Store, where the
armjmo dJmml'.nity nro respectfully
Invited to call and examine it.
called the Climax (a very appro
prloto nam) end Is built on a new
greatly Improvod plan. It is
quito novel lu
. . . . I
iHjiiBiruciion ; mnan
entiroly of iron, except tho tonguo
fa pirmntet to bo durnblo
Thoso in want of a nr.ower are earn-
borfy who buys a ''climax" will
g al of tt and tho who don't
wiah they bac, tay an IMiiois
$W Linen lJtk and Colionadea
very cheap at S, 0. Brewster's.
tfluA Lot of those WHITE COT
TON CLOTHES LINES, 85 yards
long just recoived at F. Sill & Co'
Ma. A II the Juno Magazines re
ceived at tho Book Store.
R'jmcmbor the place where
you can get tho most goods for the
money is t 8. C. Brewster's.
srBtiy your Wall Psper at the
tST Wanted GOOO lbs. Baron
"ides at D. A C. MUMMEY'S. 2w
lT All interested in tho prosper,
ityof thoMortran County Airricul-
tunil Society will rend tho Premium
List, found in this issuo.
yBny your Window Shades at
the Book Store.
t&T Hats and caps, very cheap.
at S. C. Brewster's.
THE CHAMPION GRAIN
"r mo inacr.incs, I but, ten
t,, . u k . -F
States have fceon sold at a profit to
A rnro opportunity for some en
terprising man to nuiko money is
now offered by J. J. Cridcr, of
Greenfield, Indiana, who may be
found at tho Central lIous, McCon-
nclsville, Ohio, at any time within
;ho n-xt ten days. He is tie pnt-
enteo of tho celebrated Chnmpion
Grain Screen, which will clean 15
bushels cf wheat per hour, and
which enn be worked by a child 10
years of ngo. It is ono of those
simple, inventions which aro alwayn
deemed inditpensiblo when once
used, and will save to a farmer in
one year twico its price. By means
of this Machino a farmer can clean
his seed wheat at hom more per
fectly than it enn bo done at one
of our mills, and tho farmer thero-
by saves tho cxpenso of cleaning,
and alpo the cheat and imperfect
wheat. It was patented Novombor
24, lbG3,and such has been the de
mand tor tho machines, that I in
tho patcnteo orfGO.OOO, and the
proprietor made and sold over 3 30o
of them Iut season. Mr. Cridcr
invites nil interested in tho crow
ing of wheat to cull and sco tho ma
chmo in operation. Ho will be
found at the Central House, where
he Is ready to sell State, county or
towiifhip rights to any ono desir
ing to cnibtuk in a profitable bu-d-iicf-s,
which will J:iht as long as we
havo a demand for flour.
A or.NTi.jMAN in search of lodg
ings in Parts inquired tho prico of a
room, and whs told ihat it wi.ssix
hundred francs a year. Eema- knig
that it wjb a littlo too high, be
crossed the street and found another
prociscly like the Hi t, which he was
told was eight liundrod fraens.
"How? Two l.updrcd francs mure
than the oiher side of tho street?"
"Ah! but if Monsieur should bnpprn
tOdli! in this hoiiso ha wrml.l h
hurried nt I'ero I.n ChaihC, whilo if
no should dio opposite lid would be
carrid to Mont I'urnusHc."
i- - a
Mis Jen'nie Ghaxt. sister of the
Fresident, was married at tno resi
donee of her parents in Corincton
on the 13th inst.to Mr. A. E. Corbin
of New York. Eev. J. McK. Eil..v.
pastor of tho Union M. E. Church,
officiated. Tho wedding was prvnte.
Neither tho namoof tho ofllcoor the
salary that the hnppy Corbin is to
oo made moro happy with ia given.
Within the month wo will bo able
to givo all tho facts to our readers.
NEW! FRESH! ATTRACTIVE I
15 o o k Store
We have just received and opened
tho Largest Stock of - .
WALL PAPER, '
TEANSOM PA PEE,
TTvai ttrrtnnlit. it lAirn .-..! Ar it. . . i
A i i. . i .
'w "nn unci qunury irom a
..-tumuli mi mu io nno uilt l aper
whiuh we will sell
IiOitck (imn nvnn orronc!
Our stock embrarr th ha. a
nest variety in tlm inm-Lut I
direct from the Viinufacturera, and
cannot no surpaiwect for beauty
March 19, ISO J.
Vei'ni)s!jvn.L Msr 25. IRC9
FM)UR Bt fmity lW; Kxtta
f 0,00; Hiipor Kiik 6,10 per tuirtl.
WIIKA I'-I,30 (H-r bn-hsl.
CORN MKAIi o,80 perbnM
C'O It (it) orr bunlil. wlwl,uU.
OA IS to irnt par bcihul, whulesalr.
TIMtMHY SKKIl-J 0 holt.
rhAX KhK.P -l 13 to 2 (JO.
RKA NS 92 60 nfr bylicl.
MKKKN' Arif.K.H tl 00 bn.h.1.
Ultlhl! rKACHKS-tl CO per bail..'
11) l'A'l't)KS(i 60 per bu.l,., t
HC I I K.n ;5 cts. porpoooJ,
K'JltS 12 cis. per Hns,
FKA1IIKKS A cl. pet lb.
HUH A It IS to '2ucn. per lb.
Will i K.SUUAU - 20 to 22 ete. lb.
WK r to 3.1 rts. per lb
TKA tl 1)0 la 2 on i.-i- lh
MOHSSKlftoiauia 60 bj barrel. 60
KKlil'r.- 1 2.1 nor tfa.ln
I'RIKD BKKF I5ew pf lb. IIanli
jfii rifnr ri'na a ris p-r lb.
SlfOUI.!)KU.t 19 ecn!t per lb.
HIKKS T'clekd, Ilk cts ptr lb.
DltKSSHt llOUS-lOes ptr lt.
CA ltmX Ol'i-ftlVm. pw frail. hi
LINfiKM! Oil.-1. 35 r rnllan,
LA III! OH.. 2 00 r anllua.
(.'ANPLM .20ets per lb.
soAt'-.i.y b..x it; by br :o.
Ut'liKI.H loots per lb.
A I, '-?: 1)0 pvr bbt.
XVOOI 40 lo 43 els per lb.
C. 0. Von TngMi, Ann C. Tnn Tmrrn, C.
II. Von Tarn nut Il'njuniin Kiniffr)ir.
You r hrrelv Ontitied thst Fmoniii A.
Knyit oa tli 281b ilnr of April, IHflw, filed
in Iho ortlco of the 'lorl of the CVnrt
of rbmmuii I'Iob in nnd fcr Mnritmi ronnty .
Ohio, hit petition Mgniiiiit yom, .cuing up
the PK-ciilion of n noln end mnrtft'ce, da
ted November M, IBfiS, ,y you lo William
U. Jnn4. for the autn of i(00 on, due in one
yi-nr Irom date, Die icnaient ofaaid note
and innrtunfle to pluintitV, and praying lor
ajinlKiiionl aeainat you for asoii, with In-ton-t
from NoycinU.r Jd IS6H, at the
mteol seven per centum per mimim, and
for an on! "r nf t n 1 r. i ...AtA...i K
to-witt Rub-itiviainn No. Uofaec Iwotjl.
and aub-diviaion 12 k 15 of Miction S, town
ten 10, ranee twlre 2, Morjrnn conn
ty, Ohio, coiiiiiininn 14 acre, ami that you
are rronired to anawer by vha lmh day of
June, or judincnt will ,e rendered aa
'' for. FIIAXt IS A. DAV13.
By K. M.Slanberr. hia Atfy.
April St-Sw ' '
April St-Sw ' '
MIX & 1J01LEAU.
JVL XS Cb7
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
SPECI.1L ATTENTION OIVEN to
ItErIKlNO in WOOD and IKON of
ALL KINDS or VEHICLES in OUR
Oive us a call on
Between V arret and Center Street,
Mny I, Cm.
INT 12 W
M EAT SHOP!
UoTine- Jnt put new an J beautiful re
pair my f,in, on I be PuMirtlquare.
nm now tin-t.arrd to aeeoininodata inr
cuainmi-ra will, ll.e choieeat meata- 1 aiii
determined not in l ni,ieel-l or excelled
tt.e qiiiii.tity or quality of meat ao'.l
Tlmnklul ti.r ).nt lovor t atill ailicit a
hnre of (he nulilla nutrevjira. Th liii.;..
price n for hldea.
Thoae who urn Indctjieit to me on old .
count aro riqmted to cnlt and aelde, aa I
wan to titmr op mr hohi nnd will hern-
aucr no 01. ij a ruali Uunu.
a Men i A J' 0 AY
April TO It.
J- T. C R E V ,
ATtOUXE Y-AT- LAW,
" M'CONNI'LVILLE, C1I10,
Breter'a Store, near Court ITom..
All rolftrlitini rrom)'.Iy Attf ruled lo.
W. B. HEDGES, M. D,
permanently looa'..! Wiirai lf in Mo
CvanelNVillv, where he will follow
Ilia prnfeaaioa bntli in ' .
rUYSIC AND bb'KOF.RY.
All I'.lla nromnllv reeiwindcil to. fllTica .
npanaito Muinnii'V. itainuiond Jk Co'a Grocery
Store, ou i'culia Street. aue Jotf
a. a. vmrnaT. w. a. tict.
II. II. I( I.T 4, 1IKU..
lo.-kt, Watche. and Jewelry, SiWer and
tt;i.... ii.....i itik kf..- i ...
mini imr., u,-mi tnairiimenta,
I ManulHrturera of Picture t'rainei
Mtllil'JS BLOCK. M'C mnelaville, Ohio.
Pr Walrhea, Jewelry and Muaieal Iu.
State of Oliio, Morgan County, 8. S. :
Th e electora of auid county will here
by taka notice that, in nuvaunnee nf an
aottif the) Generul Aaserubly of the
Mata of Ohio, paiiaea May 4, IKCJ, a
euet-iul election, at which on a audition
tt) Ju'io of th t 'ourt of ('ominuri l lciia
ami for the Firwt Wnbdiviiilon of the
LitiliUi .ludk-liil District of aui.l Stato,
to be aleoted.-wiH be beld on the
i FiKkT Mmimt or Jena, IM0, i
tho aamn Tieing tho 'Hh of aaij month,
the uuul nlju-oa of holding eleetiona
tha "verqil townahipH of aaid coun
ty; nnd tho polla w ill be opened be
tween tho boura of aix and ten in the
morning, nnd cloned at aix in the af
ternoon of the aamo duy.
J. C. McnomjK,' Slieriffir. C, 0.
MeConnelav! U. O., May !l,,'693w.
CITY SII1TI.G S 1LUU..
ruKD aaowa, raoraraTaa. ,
Fred ia nrrnared lia rln all airnin.. of
work which Contra within the rpliero nf h'
leKit'tnaiit iiuatDMM. ' MliaTiB. Hair Cut-
ill?, i-hi..-tinninir. Ilaeinir Atmm tt il.
- -n - .i. .
ion of I be moat laaiidoua. briiclifi
i ( n -f: ar niad( to order, and are war
j auuiii to rove tatie'actorr. bcoth Lat
- Pwhiia Bajuatf,
H. AI. tOCHIUN;
COCIIMN, BOZMAN & CO.,
Hardware, Ilousc-furnishing Coods,
ilsio, Clininpion Mowers and Meapcra,
JEfuyRakcs of the Rest Patterns
OUR FOUNDRY BEING NOW IN FUEL BLAST WE ARE READY 10 R ANT AND ALL CALLS.
McConnoUtiilo, Nor. 12 2m.
D. II. MORTLEY.
DRY GOOD?, GROCERIES, TIN, BRASS & WOODEN WARE,
TRUNKS, VI LOW "WARE,
TRAVELING BAGS &, VALI8K8,
Notions, and General Assorted Goods.
Opposit the Court Ilofiso,
M'C O N N" K LSY1LLK, OHIO.
Oetober 22, 18C3 10m.
KELLY & SEAMAN, .
ISoots and Shoes,
Ladies' Press Goods,
and ESeady Made "Clotkhi".
Also, tl.ey wonM cull the nttontion of tho public to their JtteiJitioH for rilllii- orders for
CLOT II I NO MA ID K T O 6 R D 1.
Aa the, b. aoenrod the aervices of nn eri.-nee,. onttor. ACOR ItOLAND,) who will 'n(l p.ifl, t.
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FCR GOODS AT KE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE I
STORE, Somli-wcat Corner of the Public fa.,nre. ' mftnRLI rMl
Oetobor 22d, 18G3-tf
JitUNlLEMEN'S FWBMISI1ING STOKE
ISAAC CAR WES,
tioths, rassinicrcs, Satinets. Jeans, Undershirts,
Drawers, Ready Made .Clothing,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
AND MANUFACTURER OF CLOTHING TO ORDKR
Spfcul AtUntion given to the mnnulnetore of Clotbinir. A "GOOD
band a good itelcclion ol tho thoicest goods that con bo found. -
SS& 92 TL JI.
the Order offlieday .ltb Curnei.
BOOT AND SHO EMPORIUM
o O 0 - '!'. ' ''!: '..'7
Ono do3r Kust xf tho "BUCKKYK
A LIBERAL- ADVANCE
A LL ON ST
0. B. BOZMAN.
WnOLESALE AND RETAIL
i s i If
Opposite tke Post House.
mi naaortiBcait ol toadt. Iu
EA'ERUO HAVE TO PLSASM
si ii u jm ii l b
Two doom nbovo C. L.' Bnrkcr & Coi '
Mc'JONNELSVIL LIS O TT T n
c e.h janz
Wat rXC JJL rJB7 rHC
. ' . . , JaV
Manufacturer and Uealor:
I'ala on Leather
AGENT for the ala .f A. B. nOWES"
LWROVED ejuwi3sTa MACHINES
ITT RE FORE. BUYING K L 5 L V I R s ;
J. P. EONNANSTLMi.
BOZMAN & CO.
J. VT. riNKERTO"
our lln na Intt nn nnr In tke
VtCoiinelHville, October 8, I'sCa-Cu.
JESSX BR A MAX.
I b L E , OHIO.
' ',J'" warrttnted. H baa on
jxx. is." 9
Left on Conslgnincnf.