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l CONNKLsYII.I.E, OHIO :
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pires, if no order is left to discon
lintio, the paper will be continued,
if we so ilealro, at tho rata of two
dollsrs n yenr, until lie. or a'.io comes
in and renews.
Mr An X found on tho margin
.f thepsper is a r.oliflration to the
subscriber that his or her time bns
expired, or About to expire; nnd it
is nUo nn inntation to rcm-w.
ptorix's eor.vri ticket.
FIN. R. MANX A.
A. D. HAVENER.
JOHN VT. KNOX.
J.and Appruiser, 1st Diftri:t,
JAMES A. GILLESPIE.
Lund Appraiser, 2nd District,
SAMUEL M. CILLILAND.
Land Appraiser, 3d District,
Land Appraiser, 4th District.
Land Appraiser, 5th District,
L. C. CURFMAN.
Land Appraiser. 6th District,
TnOM AS TICKRO V.
Land Appraiser, 7tli District.
OUR TOWN POST OFFICE.
We learned, on Wednesday, that
cur packages for Bristol, Moigsercek,
Heinersville and Wnodgrove pont-ofliopa,
did not roach their destination lust
K eck ; and, in order to aacertain the
cause of this disappointment to over
a hundred of our subscriber, we paid
a visit to our Town poat-oflioe, and
found that Mr. Cromwell bud neglect
rd to forward thrm, as he rhoul'l hare
done. Was thi tho firnt time thnt be
had neglected hi duty in that way, and
were not the complaints of tho puMic
loud and numerous in repard to the
manner in which our FoKt-oflico
conducted under the ruin of tho pres
ent incumbent, we should he disposed
to overlook this mutter, and accept his
apolopy that he was sick, Ac. Cut
such has not been the rase, unfortun
ately for him and the public in general.
Once before ho has fnile I to forward
certain parksgos of this paper when
they should have been forwarded, and
we are tol l by the editor of the feral,
that his pnpers have been served
tho same way more than onco. In ad
dition to this there is hardly a person
within the range of this Fost-i fliee but
is complaining of Mr. Cromwell.
farmer, wlio poaainly takes liut one
paper, and that one of onr County
is told that bis H or all or Comma
five, as the case may be, is not there
when the Editor knows it to be there.
Our business men, mechanics, farmers,
and all classes, are complaining of
being delayed, of A's mail being
banded out to B, and such like griev
ances. While we esteem Mr. Crom
well highly as a citizen, and bavo
naught but good feeling for him as
individual, we protest against such
manner of conducting a public office.
We know that the position of post
muster is hard to fill to the satisfaction
of everyone, but we bIho know
such acts or gross negligence as
enumerate should not be put up with
In tho name of the public, we tnke
upon ourselves to call upon the
puMican party, which has the disposal
of the Tost-ofllces ia its hands, to
to it that Mr. Cromwell does his
better, or that we have another
8inco Iba above was written
have leai nod that our Hall's Valley
package was not forwarded
week by Mr. Cromwell.
We will also add that there
not been a week, since tho preont
incunibont has held the position
Postmaster of M'Connelevillo,
but all our packages havo
mailed in good season.
Skrious Accidknt. Charles
Scott and Herbert Johnson started
from hero yesterday morning,
tho Beverly Convention, driving
pair of colts of Junies A. MtCon
nel's. When nosring llovcrly.soiiio
one rolled a stump down the
adjacent to tho road wher
thoy were drifiag, frightening
colts and causing a runaway, which
resulted in Scott gotting one of
legs broke anJ Johnsou receiving
some serious internal iujurios.
Tdi Republican Senatorial Con
vention, for tbis District, mot in
Beverly yesterJay, We have not
beard tho result, as yet, but it is
presumed that Morgan county will
have the candidate.
More or Nicr. Mr at. GcorgFo-
gle has a good supply of the best of
meat every market inorninp. Call
on liim, just above Dye's Saddler
jrx.Rov. W. M. tirimcs lift here
with bis family, on Tuesday, for
Urichsville, Tuscarawas county, O.
where bo will tako up bis resi
dence. KrT. V. Cbcadlo will not keep
his goods, for they must bring thq
money, you may depend upon it.
Base Bam.. The Volley Club
went to Pcnnsvillc, Inst Friday, and
played u game with tho Indepcnd
ents of that place. The score foot
ed up 131 runs for tho Valleys lo27
for the Independents. The I-onna-villo
boys conclndod that Baso Ball
playing was not their forto.
IJITull and Speers'gonuino Steel
Flows aro to bo found at Morris'
only. They aro too well known lo
need any particular remarks. 400
yards Floor nnd Carriage Oil Cloths
on hand and arriving.
If Tnomi.E. Tho Republicans
of Way no township, Noblo county,
have hold a convention and nomina
ted three new candidates for county
offices, in opposition to the rccular
tickot, viz: Treasurer, Prosecuting
Attorney nnd Commissioner.
They resolved that they have never
had a candidate; that tiio party has
broken a I'eoro of pledges to them,
and thnt they will go it now on
their own hook.
baTAiiothcr supply of fine Tublo
Cutlery, just received nt Vincent's.
Ivory, Rubber nnd Cocoa handles,
Steel and Silver plated blades.
A HarJ-slicIl Baptist preached in
Washlnctnn lately and took for his
text, "God made min in bis own
image." Ho then commenced, ''An
honest man is tho noblest work of
God." Ho mndo a long pause, nnd
looked flcarchingly nbout tho audi
ence, and then exclaimed. -'Hut 1
opine that God Almighty hasn't
hod a job in this city for nigh on fif
r - . -!- i
SrtV, Fporlman s Goo.'s.fi nn wads.
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Cartridges, Caps, and Pc wder
Masks, received nt Vincent's.
- - -
The nimghtr Star, twinkling a-1
bout the aires of pcoplo connected
with tho New York press, finally
winks nl tlie Indies after tins lasb
ion: "As near as vc can fret at tho
apes bero rn'l lierenbont, tbey nro
tlms: Mrs. Stanton, 20 Miss An-
tbony,20; Mrs. Sl.cpnrd, 20, F.leanor
Kirk; 2H; Jenr.io Juno. 2P; iMiss
Dicainson, 20; llcnnot, 70; Bryant,
T5; (ireuly, GO; Ua'inond, -18.
Immonso bargains at P, C.
Brewster's. Kid Gloves at 2"etB per
pair, Cotton and Lislo Tlirend
Gloves from 10 to 25 cts per pair.
Miss' (Jailers 25c t a per pair. La
dies' Gaiters ?1 per pair, n pood
urticlo of Indies' wliito I Jorc lor 25ds
per pair, Ribbons nt Eastern pri
ces and less. Woman's Calf Sbocs,
75 cts per pair, Detains, 12 Jets per
yard, fino French double widib
(jingnama tor JDcts. I'roduco ta
ken in exchange fur goods.
Assignees of S C. Brewster.
. In n Western Sabbat h-scbool,
boy was asked to Rve un account
of Moses. "Muses," snid tho boy,
"was born on tho banks of tho Nile
:n a basket. As the infant lav
tho basket, conceited in the bushes,
a lingo crocodile, came swimming
along, and approaching hint said:
"Moses, almOHl thou pcrsuadost
to bo n christian." hereupon tho
infant stretched forth its little arm
toward tho crorodilo, and said.
"Verily, thou art tho man."
Tho Deciples of tliiri Cooperation
bold their yearly inct ting at tho Wolf
Creek Church, in tbia county, commen
cing Friday, the 27th day of Aupust,
Tho minixtcrial seiyices of EUer
Mofl'ut, ot 5ft. Vernon, Ohio, have been
procured for that oeensi"n. Mr. MufTat
is a man of derided ability. Turn
and hear him.
jKir Each tno of tho 1,000 No
tionul Danks, crontod by Uadtcalism,
reaps a harvest each yca.i
trom 30 to 45 per cent, on
This is paid by our farmers
the pockets of tho Aristocratic
Iiond Lords. Ths ballot box
tho placo to remedy this
A Haked JJiri.k. Mr. Scbebold,
a Ilrdiominn residing in Ohio,
a Jliblo, printed ono hundred
filty ycar ogo, Jt was tho prop
ci ty of his grandfather, who
a faithful Protestant. During
of tho cruel persecutions
the peasants wero required to
up every Jilbie to be burnt.
Mrs. Pchubold placed licr's in
center of some dough which
randy for the oven, and bakod
The'bonao wai carvlully searched
but tho Biblo was not found. When
.i . i .. . . .i... iiii.i..
tllo Mm Ok "KB I'linb, IIIU IJIHIO -run.
taken- uninjured from tho
where it had been safely concealed,
electors of Mor
gan county are requested lo meet
at the usual place of holding Flec
tions in their respective Townships,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 28.
ond then and there, between 2 and
4 o'clock, afternoon, select two per
sons to serve as delegates, in Dis
trict Convention at Boverly,
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st,
to nommato a .candidnto to repre
sent tho Counties of Morgan. Noblo
and Washington, in the State Sen
ate. By ordor of Duinocratio Ccntrnl
Committco of Morgan count.
Aug. 12, IRC!).
People's Central Committee.
In conformity with tho instruc
tions given mo by tho People's
Convention, lis Chairman thereof.
I appoint tho lollowing named
gentlemen as the People's Cor.lral
James M. Gaylord, Benj. F. Pow
er, Joseph Bush, C. L. Ha!!, nnd
JOHN E. HANNA.
Aug. 13 'GO. Chairman.
Is it True?
Is il trim that Louis Napoleon
is to lio this year? Thousands ol
Frenchmen bolicvo it. This is tho
ground of their conviction. A table
of figures has just been published in
Franco, showing a strango familiar
ity between tho reigns oi Lonis
Phillippu nnd Louis Napoleon. To
enrry out tho similarity to tho end,
NApoIoon'sdcn'.h ordeporition must
occur this year. ISC.',). Louid Phil
lippo came to the throno in 1830.
Add lo 1830 the scpnritlo numerals
which mark the dale t his birth ,
7, 7, 3, and wo have the year 1843
tho year of his ovcrthiow. Add
tho onto of bis wife's birth in the
samo mnnncr, nnd wo have 1830
1,7,8, 21818. Add tho date of
their marriage and we got n simi
lar result 1830x1, 8,0.91818.
The figures work equally well in the
caso of Napoleon, provided this
carbchi last. Ho enme to the
tlirnno in 1852, nnd was borh in 1808.
F.ugcnio was born in S2(i. They
woro monied in 1853. Here is tho
'Bum'" 1852x1, 8. 0, 8 18C0; lSfifixl,
8, 2. C 18CJ; 1852x1, 8. 5, 3 18G0,
Eating when Sick.
It is tho custom among a certain
class of pcoplo when u member of
tho family fulls sick, to begin nt
onco to aslc, "Now, what can yon
cni?'' Every one lias beard of the
story of the man who always ato
. I . 1 .1 t: i I
eiijoiei-'ii iippiij uum,Miiirn worn !i
, 'J. 1 " , .,
' win k elf On one i,i"ncii,n win
; vn,.,,t n(n tho citciith. hi
I little sun said, "li, t;ivc mo
- piece." ,-No, no, my sun," replied
the father, "go nwnv, pa's sick."
j W hen a young mnn bus surfeited, in
I season and out of season, until ex-
ban sled nature gives way, and a fo
ver is coining on, tho pood mother
is in tronblo. She anxiously in
quires. "Now, John, what cat; you
eat? You nui.st cat soim'thinc!
I'eoplo can't livo without food!"
Then eomo toast and tea, Tho
stomach is cxhatistcd, and no more
needs stimulation or food than it ja
ded borso noods tho whip! What
needed is rcsr.complolo rest. Nino
tenths of tho ncijto diseases mipht
bo prevented by a few days stai ra
tion, when the firnt indieations ap
pear. I don't mean completo absli
nenco in every caso, but perhaps
piece ol coarso bread, with cold wa
tcr for drink. It such a policy was
generally adopted, what ruin would
overtake, tho medical proteasion!
Ur. lio J.cwis.
BstjuTwolvo distinct railroads aro
in courao of construction in I Hi-
Notico is hereby given that n po
rtion will be presented to tho Com
misHioners, of Morgan county Ohio,
nt thuir next rcj;ulur session, pray
ing for tho ru-aurvey and location
of a rond running from tho town
of Stockport, in said county,
Tin key run, until it intersects
Stutoroad in Windsor Tjt., Morgan
I. N. Hook,
Aug. C, 1809 aw
Tho undersigned have been duly
appointed assignees of Scth
Brewster, of McConnelstillc, Ohio.
All persons having claims ngamat
said assignor are required to pre
sent tho sumo duly authenticated;
and all persons owing said assignor
will tT.nke immediate payment to
W. I . bl'HAHI.'E, ) AhSiCII-
JosF.ru II. Thompson, f ces.
July, 23, 18J 3m
Tho undersigned has been
apjiointod assignee of V. II.
duty, of M'Coruiclsvillc, Ohio
All persons having claims against
said V. II. M'Cnrty aro required
present tho same uuly ntilhcniica
led; and nil persons owing
W. II. M'Cnrty will make innno
diato paj-ment to mo.
K. W. COTTON. Asaignco.
Aug. , 18fi9-Gw.
loaf , lute war
STEVEN'S at the resitlruro of his
ule, Elias Creer, in Iiloom Tp ,
gan county, Ohio, of heart dincuHO,
tho evening of Augtuit l.'jth,
Wili.um Stetv.ss, aged 27 yesrs,
months and fourteen days.
The deceased was a member of
pany (', 07th O. V. I and scrvedtn
till honorably discharged
t&The eyes of nil the Irish po
tatoes are Raid to be on tbe Eng
McCONNELSVILLE Aug. 20 1869.
FLOUR Ro-t fmlly o,fi0;
WIIKAT-81,10 per biithel.
H,K MKAL fO.HO per btnliel.
('OUV f.O per bushel, wholesale.
OATS fin ivnti nor brsbel, wholesale.
Hay 99,00 per Ion.
TIMOTHY KKKU t2 ftO wcoleail.
FI.AX 8KF.I) -81 7ft to 2 00.
RKA M per bnsliel.
IRIKI A riM.KS 8ei. per pound.
DltlKP PKA('HKrt.H 00 per buili.
ro l ATOKS- SO 40 per bush, at
HU l l KIt 20 cts. perpcmnJ,
Kt'iiS--. la en. per dor,
FF.A'I 'II KIM els. prr lb.
Ht'U A tl- 15 lo '20 els. per Ih.
W II l l'K HL' A It 20 to 22 Cts. Ih.
roFFKK to 33 cts. pr lb.
TK.A St 00 to 2 00 p.T lb.
MOr.AHHI'.-)--orguui f0 by barrel, CO
lo 70 pr cullon.
HrKUr 51 2.1 p"r gallon.
I.ARD IS to lBcts per pound, hole-
PRIF.n BF.F.F 2"oH per Ih.
8HOUI.!KK--14 reals par Ih.
HIHKM I'ickelid, 15 cts r Ih.
CAftHOV Olf-B0ois. wr gnll..i.
IiNSKKD OII.-1.33 per galUi.
LAUD Oir.. 2 00 pcraalliia.
CANM.KS 20ets per lb. '
SOAP-- by hnr 10c.
COIFlfII IOjIs per lb.
HAL1' 82.0(i per bbl.
te 4A cts per lb.
IIOl.SU AMI LOT IX BIXOX-
Thr siilisrrilirr, d.-niriiiR 1" po West, will
tell his lii.mo mnl l"l in McCminrlnvillc
known in llm J.diu Brlirrer nrnprrly I nntl
his pr-prrly in Vniimville, li.rKnli Co., O.,
nt l.OW HAT KS n nnv t-sii iiiR to invest in
Hrsl Klst. 1 ii- Me tin nrlsvillo property
is in pornl rrpnir, mid vi-ry ilpirslln
rrilinro. The t'nioiivilic propi-rtv is vnl
nnblo for s 8tor. Ilotvl, or nny kiml ol pub
lic luitiiieis. For psrtipiilnrs rsll on or
add rem J HI N KCIlinKIt,
Meijjivillr, 1". O..
M orgs n Co., Ohio.
A up. in, 'f.9 If
J. y sppmiilpil A-lmiiiil ntor with the
will nnm-xod, of tho online of lli-nrr llcut,
lute of Morgan rwintr, Ohio, itoi'mnl.
An-. 20 '80 3w
ins vsnKnsiiiXF.n has hken im-
lv minint.Ml AiliuiniolriilorortlierKtHte
of Elimli.Mli lie!, lute of Morgan county,
POI.OMAN rLKTf ITErt.
Aug. JH, '9. 3w
MMENSE STOCK OF
ro it sal i:.
kti:iiv aktici.i: ri t bows
To Low 'Water Mark.
Am Assignee ol' IV. II. McCai--
ly, I am mow ollci'lne for sale
OK DRY COODS EVER BRO'T
TO THIS MARKET!
Which ms and Will be
Sold Hegardless of Cost,
It Is Impossible lo I'niimer
ate CV4T)' aiiHIe lor sale, but
among llio Ivaulna; ones are
CASSIM EKES. BLANKETS
COUNT ER PANES,
All of which are
AND WILL GO OFF AT A BARGAIN.
Come early and Ke urc I'Ht.ST
I'LMI'K U . COTTO.V,
Wilhnm Cufl'ny.) Tbruid ili'londinli Dan
vi. I lei Bitun unit Matlhow
Iimiiil 8im 1 I Siiim ure heri'liy unlil'ul
Miiltln w KiniH. j tbstthc miiil Williom
1'luiiitiir, tliil on (tin 2nd diiy of
IhV.U, Die liir ictitiun ill tlie limi t of Onn
iikiii 1'loui ol Mrfii eounty , Oliiu, ou
ntv executed on May 27, 1S04, mid iaya
bln one sud two yearn alter, lor $100
made payable lo JOIiziibvtb (iull'uy or urdi
ami bv brr IraUHferrud lo William (ill
tliii iliiintilT, and llint uiilni ttiry tmucr
I Ilia petition by the 23rd day of Octuber,
IhilO, tho ietitiiiu will betukmi aa good
judgment reudimd tbereon arvording to
iiraycr of retitimi.
J. ilk I'lK. It. Hakha.
Atfya for rUintiff.
Aug'isl 13, 180). Ow
II. M. COCHRAN.
C. B. EOZMAN.
COCIIMN, B0ZHAN & CO.,
Hardware, Ilousc-furnishing Cioods, Farming Im
Also, the Latest Improved Buckeye Cider Ulills,
Huckeye and Victor Cjrrain fflrille.
OUK FOUNDRY BEING NOW IN FULL BLAST VE ABE BEADT FOR ANY AND ALL CALL?
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.
McConnelstiilo, Nov. '22m.
I). II. JlOUTLEY.
J. W. riNKERTON
D. H. M0RTLEY & CO.,
WIIOL F.SA LE . N D R ETA I L
Opjiosite the I'ost House.
"WILL CASH KOXt
COUNTRY TRODUCK OF A JiL KINDS
C'oun(r) 9Irr liniitd
inn find an nssoitmriif
ol (;ools In our line n low nn nny In fh
IcTonnelsville, October 8, 13CS-Cin.
F. SILL & CO,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, TIN, BRASS & WOODEN WARE,
TRUNKS, WiLX.T.OW WARE,
TRA.VHCIjTIN'G IAGS t VAT-TBE8
IV ot i on h, and General A snorted Goods.
Opposite iluj Court ITouko,
JM'C 0 N N JO L S V 1 L L K
O II I O
lLXEKllX MADE TO P LEASE CISTO.V ELS.
JOSEPH KELLY. JKSSK SEAM AH.
KELLY .& SEAMAN,
IloofH and Shoes,
Ladies' Ircs CiJoods,
and Heady jfladc Clothing.
Also, thoy would call tho attention of tho public to their facilities for rilling orders for
CLOT IT T 1ST O M A. D IS TO O H D IS J .
As they havo secured tho services of nn cxporlonced cuttor, (JACOB ROLAND,) who will sparo no pains to
niaKu r. - vjuou i ii lur nil who may can.
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE!
SJORE, South-wcit Comer of tho Public Squnro. '
ormim-u M-C0TKNKI.8VII.LE. OHIO.
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM !
JOHN T I T
Maiiulactrtrei and Detilci' in
SB0HS LEATHER FiNMHGB
wiivwi 4IHDV vj kMV JJ VVlVUt M1V7VJ'
HI c C o ii n c 1 h v i 1 1 c, Ohio.
A LIBERAL ADVANCE Paltt on Leather Left on Consignmenl.
A U. ON S T I T T
Octobe r 2f Hi 1HC8Gm
AUENT for tho Sulo of A. H. HOWES'
BIimOVED SliAVING MACHINES.
II E F O It E U U Y I N O K L S E vV II E It El
Itobert "Li. M.'orris.
cl. all rin Merhanir'a Toola, Farm Ini)e
muiita. Itn i I1 ii ir Muteriula. Klu-lf Hard
ware, Cordngc, Home Furiikhiug (ioodi,
TIN AS D SHEET IRON WARE
Opuoalte the Court Home,
It'Comitif iui, Ohio.
W. B. HEDGES, M. D.,
Hal prmiaui'iitly lornted himaelf in tie
C'oDiiel.ville, where be will follow
Ilia profemfion both in
I'llVBIC! A Nil bUUGEHV.
All oh 11a promiilly roapnndvil to. Oftict i
npaoaita Muiiimey, lluiiiliioud i Co'a firorery
Ulore, on Centre Streot.
a, a. vihcint. w. a. TinraaT.
ii. ii. viC'i'iT k imo..
I Ixckt, Watahea, und Jewelry, Silver and
Hilver-I'lated Ware, Mua'cnl luatnimcuta,
and Manufuctiirora of 1'iiture l'rwu
MOUKI8 liLOCK, M'Cinuelfville, Obiu.
Walcbea, Jewelry aud Muaical In
N 35 "VV v
Having jut put new ami bountiful i
pnira upon my room, oa tbe Tabliebquare,
1 am now prepared to accommodate my
cuntoinora wilb the choioe.it moata- I nui
determiued ant to be uiidcraotd or oxeellcd
in the quantity or quality of meat sold.
Thankltil for piiat lavora I alill aollelt a
abareol'lho publie palrouuge. Tbe high
cuah price paid for bidui.
Thoae who are indebted to me on old ac
count are rrquuated to rail aud aoltle, aa i
W'Mb to iiiiuru un my booka and will here
after do oyly a Cash buainoaa.
CITV KlllllVU SALOON.
khko ukown, rauraiKTaa.
Fred i prepared lo do all mauner nl
work which cniaiii wilhin the tphere of hit
li'lfitimaln btniiiHet. Hliaving, 1 1 air Cut-.
tiiiaT. KliHinpuoing, Dyciutr, doue to the
aiid (.aria are mad to onlcr, and ar wnr.
anted to prove aminlactory. fcuuth-Eeil
tdu ol Public Equate,
BAIN & BOILEAU.
PLATFORM SPRING V-VfC
SPF.CUL ATTENTION OIVEX t-
KEPytlUlNO in WOOD andlltOX tf
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in CUR
Give ua a call on
JUy 1( 6mi