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I X'ON IS-K LS V 1 J , , K, O II lO !
Friday. Xo, la, IS;.
I3 HTNTIN O J
We are net prepared to do at gcmd JO II
I'nlVriVO t cm flr done inthe. Court
ly, htuiny TP. IT. DA TV.S in oir employ.
In addition to thi-t, ice tcoul I hue the peo
ple know that tec will eontinue to do .1 Oil
rmTi at oar o!, niTrs,
r AlvA U!fr alvayt I-ovrrr IJin I'M1
rlirc In tlic county I
. HEMIC Ml ISK
VK. ADVERTISING IS DOSE
CHEAPER IS THIS PAPER
THAN ELSEWHERE IS THE
Under tlic above caption, tlio Her
old, of Irsl work, indulges in the
follow iiig :
"Those '"County" papers that pel one
ide id oiu li imirt printed oul-'iilo of
tlio comity in which they arc puMiHhed
are. aomcwlint interested in the follow
ing decision of the Tot Ofiiep TVpart
tcont as hUo aro their guhsrrihori :
' County papers mint n printed And
pulili.hd is tiik corsTY to permit th-m
o pasi freo through tlio VimiW under
Mction 101. lnw of ISfiti. A papf-r, one
half of which is printed in another
county, does not come within the mea
ning of this section."
How arc you insula out over the
This is a spicy ('.') liltlo item ; liii.l,
na the Herald man thought, (nil of
the niont nulriti ins nio.it for liiH
oiitiKtimption. After liMirlin? it to
tlio compoHitor, wo doiilit rot hut
thiit ho retired to llm privnej' nCM
cdi'orml sanctum tanrtnrum, nnd in
dulged in ovurieiouu i pcTiilalions
repardmcr tlu futnro. Ilo foreinv
to ti rortninty tho uttor ruin of the
Consenatire man ; nnd, ai a eonso
qiiento, h in oyra nnd month wid
open, lie plonted on the prospect ()f
hid boinu able to increase hi alrcndr
almcM intoleialdo char ires for Ad
Tertidinp, Job Work, Sir, "Ah I"
say ho, "I havo tho thinir now in
my own hand. I ll noon hnvo tin
competition in Morgan County
get all tho Advertising and Job
Work ; ami xcfn't I mnke the per-plr
pay fur it." Such a soliloquy, wo
doubt not, passed through bisnund,
and, undoubtedly, afforded him a
great deal of gratifi.-i tton.
But dreams nro dreams tho world
over; and, as a rule, the dreamer
wakes up to find, to his utter as
tonishment, that they always go bv
contraries ; and this day-dream ol
tho Herald man. strange ns it may
appear, must bo placed in tbo came
category; for, on investigation of
theroMnl Laws of 18,56, wo find
section 131, the one r.-fc. red to it.
the Hcralt's item, to read as lol
"Hr.r. 151-Laws or ISflO- If postage
partly prepaid, tho unpaid postage,
w.11 U chafed at .he prepa.d .ales."
After loading what tho Ihr.ild
a . . . , , . .
fuwuniiVD W, D3 (t lillinilfll
of tho Po8t Office Dt'partmout, on
nootiou 151 of tho Laws of IRfiC, and
thon rouJing tho section l.M itself,
what concluaion must anv nane man
. . J
como to f ho othef concliiMon can
be arrived at, but that the Post
fie Department nkvkr made
turh decf,ox and that the Herald
man cnppou ino item irom fcomocx
for granted that it
was true, and publUhod it with tho
Intention of building up lua buH
nem by ruining ouru. Tlun!coi'it,
reador 1 Tho Herald man afcHerU
that tho Post Office Department has
rendered ft dot iaion faying that a
oortain claea of County newnpaperft
shall not paNsfreo through tho iiihiIh
under section 151 of tho Laws of
18C6, and on reading paid aeetion
you find that it does not empower
any newnpapor, County or other
wiao, to pasa treo through the maila,
nnd in fact has not tho word "free"
in it I A 1'oaUManter General who
would ronder audi a deeinion on
tcction 151, hlorenaid, would be lit
only for an inwiiino aaylum, jrr to
fill Ptle'b pocition in the Herald
office. Tho whole matter is abNurd
on its luco.
The Conservativo, or as tho gentle
manly (?) Mr. 1'ylo calla it, tho ' in
aide out." ia giving the Herald of
fee a great deal of trouble. While.
It it conducted on a aystum that en
able it to do Ji0Hl, nnd all other
kinds of Advcrliaing, at from thir
ty three lo otio hundred per cent,
cheaper than tho Herald; while it
jh furnished subscribe, when puid
for in advance, ot -one dollur and
fifty ce;its a year, the Herald char,
ges two dollars; at thesnmo timo it
contains more reading mutter thun
the Herald. TIicko facta can boaub
atantiuted to the aatisfaction of any
cno who will inquire into the mut
ter. For Inatanoo, the Herald char
ges four dollars, cash In advance,
for publihhing an ordinary ltoad
jbor over tho way may be auid to he
: more ihnn ','''r."n-"'? HM 11,0 ollow
is ! in item, clipped from liia isHUo of
llV .... n .. ., ,
1 . .n .
j x Munh "Mr. and Mi. D.
MonTLtY ,,, daughter Katc,"
Mydid nrfWo hm
j j,. Wem. m isR RfM( XlI(lMA9, ftu
Notice ; the Conservative charges
two dollars, mult In advnneo, for
the etrae. Tbo Editorial, News nnd
Miscellaneous mutter in tho Hcrnld
is printed entirely in long primor
type, loaded at (bat, making 159
lino to tho long column ; while the
Conservative inside, Nuwg and Mis
cellaneous maHor, is printed in sol
id brevier typo, making 208 lines to
the loner column. The Conserva
tive out aide, Editorial, Xcws nnd
Miscellany, is printed in long prim
er, bourifpotis, and minion typos,
which will ttvcriitfo, in leaded mat
t"r, 159 linos to the lonu column.
From then figures, taking tho lust
iomio from each offieo, when tho
PoiiNorvati vo Insnlo hnd a column
or two less miscellaneous nnd news
matter in it than usual, nnd we find
that tho Herald contained nhout 2,
1'Ot lines, counting Its market re
ports and business notices, while
tho Conservative contained nhout
3.05G lines, In arriving at these
figures, wo havo not computed to
tho exact lino, but wo havo given
every advantage to our neighbor.
His advantages arc so few that we
thought, lor oneo, wo would bo a
litllo generous toward him. But
with nil our generosity, it will bo
soen whoso crd of tho brum is in
tho air. For nil purposes aside fre
from rending, tho llcruld w.n 1
tlit best, Woro it not thai it e. ... .
tho most money there is the mo!"1,
trattfi paper nhout it.
Tho sickly tit tempt of Mr. Tylelo
croato dissatisfaction nmoii'Ht our
suhscribeis by publishing a falso
statement relative to tho decision ol
tho To6t Ofiico ropurtnioiit, lias
t'orcod ua to ibis rather lengthy no
tice of bis paper rnd his exorbitant
charges for ull man nor of work be
is employed to do. Usually, wo nro
not disposed to reply to bin would.
witicismsoi. our paper being',
content with the knowledge that
our patronage is constantly increns
ing in subscription, ndvertising and
job work. That it will continue to
increase, wo hnvo not tho slichttM
doubt , ns tlio people hto tired of bo
ing hutrbngged out of their money.
For tho s:it inflict inn of Mr. 1'yle,
whone able (!) editorial ol7uiurM,
tho :i8l year, defeated twofd tlio
re,-,..r itepno.ican u.muy ""o'-i
neesntlho lato i4eclir.ii, and jr'-j
avdizpd tho election of the others,
wo will say that, wero it Iruo that
tho Po6t office Department, hud de
cided that tho Conerva;ivo sbonid
not go free throush tnaiis in Mor
gan County, wo could aland il to
put our paper down to such n price
as to still keep it tbo cheapest pa
per in tlio County after the le.-t.ijro
was paid. But, fortunately, no such
decision baa been n.ade, and tho
goes FREE in the
ms;i , 0 Morgan County.
, - -, -
More Than E.NTEttrRisiu.
i'-'rprismg editor may uo uciinou
tf 1,0 w,1 t'.ronieles, in l..r.
J"rnal, all events of interc-t to his
i patrons, a the, our." Our ncii-h-!
.111. Illl .TWO X,' Mill lit.') , (lll'l
ilminhter Kate, arrived hint eveniin:
from a Weme.rn tour. AUo Mr J
11. Welch, who baa apent several
montbn in the Went. A No Mis Uell
'i. It.... li lf..l':...-
j Mis. Fl.oitA. HoLMSTra did no, ar-
rivo until tho n xt day after lai-t
week's edition of tho Herald hnd
bctti htruck off.
Pri.E, ns a "local," is a success,
ns the following proves : Very ro
cenlly, n lady of this village hn
occasion logo to tho city of Zanes
villo to Jo a little shopping. Amidst
the huny and busllo of departure,
sho wus certain sho had forgo,
someinina very iniportart. She
tried hard io think what it whb, but
could r.ot .!' so, Tho boat blow,
and off sl e iliu lady) started for
tho w hurl', si ill unable to bring to
mind that which she had forgotten.
Arriving at, tho wharf boat, alio was
just sleeping on to tho steamer
w'hen ft ray of light dawned on her
mental vision, and turning round
to a gentleman ftcpji'un'nncc, slut
Mr. A , if - .i wm Hill Pyle
when you go up at re. till hi in
huvo gono to Zuiii'svillo to buy
new dress, u new boiint-t, und xcv.
ornl unmi'iitionablo articles of lo.
She wanted her name in tho Her
ald, and know tho more than enter
prising gentleman, who presides
over its columns, would not fail to
tn.iko a local of hor going and com
ing, should ho receive an intima
tion of it.
i 1 11 . . 1 . . . .
JfrijrBy reix'i'cneo to the "Illustra
ted Herald," of the 6th irst., those
who are desirous of knowing tho
pricooflwo bottles of ink and 17
stool puns can be amply informed.
But what has that got to do with
the "fotocedenta" of any man f
" i i r V , ,
tee win thuL I was sued beloiu Jas.
i School Board fifteen dollars for
' printing a lot of pamphloU contain
Conservative i ing tbo "Utiles nnd ltegulatious of
I asked tun dollars for tho
James A. IucConnei,, agcntloman
well known in tbn soction of Ohio,
and who is meant to bo desiguutod
as tho "proprietor of the town," as
mentioned In another article in this
column, was sued, very recently, by
tho Fri.i of contemptible egotism
that preside over the columns of
our local cotemporary, for four dol
lar indebtedness for publishing a
road notice. We understand thai
this same Ttlk represents that Vie
Cornell's refusal to pay for mid
nutiko was the cause of his being
sued. Such a representation of tho
fuels In the ease is entirely in keep
ing with Pylo'a rcputution for truth
nnd voracity, and as wo havo the
best of cvjdcnco that bo bn mado
such n representation, wo append
tho following statement of tho lacs
as given us by Mr. McConnel.
Mr. McConnii. says :
"I wont to tho Herald office with
a road notice for publication. No
body was in but Mr. Charles Knh
ler. I nuked him what tho bill
would bo for publishing said no
tice. Ho told mo bo could not toil,
as ho did notknow bow much.pace
it would occupy. ,1 told him I
wished bo could nair.o the bill, M 1
would rather pay it at onco ; but
that if ho did nol know what it
would amount to, thnt 1 would do
j'ei 1 on his unking me for the mon
- hen ho flacei'tinied what it
s: -.: i imounl to. 1 gnvo tho itiut
c .urtlwr thought. Somoweoks
i r. 1 was up stioet, and suddenly
Send thnt a boat that bad
i K.iiwedjhiid eomo freight on it
tor mo. iviiowing that 1 hnd no
linio to lose, I started an fust as I
could walk lor my mill. On my
way I wn hailed by Mr. I'ni, nnd
presented a bill ot four dollars for
tho road no lie. o nbovo mentioned.
I told him 1 hnd not timo to attend
to the matter thon. Ho replied
that ho would como down to tlio
mill tho next day. I told bini to
como ahead ; that maybo I would
bo there and mnj bo not. Tbo next
. i - r i i . . .. 1 1. ,
: Wutkins Esq"
1.yiE intinuition lbat McCoii
n,, rc(uscd t0 pny lho bill, won't
Lt..nJ ,,.:.. .i,;. .intonier.t of Mo.
Consul's . Tho truth is that there
is no man more punctual in paying
Inn debts than Mr. McConnel. Tho
i nly trouble with I'ylo was that lie
wanted to demonstrate tbo "indO'
pendunco of tho press I" If Pylo
COuld have had h pretense to have
U.J ihe late Gr.onoE Peabodv, the
London Banker nnd world's philun
thropist, bo would huvo foU. Hut
bis naino wns immortalized. Such
u fame, ir. the estimation of Pylol
Twenty centj for two bottles of
ii.l: ! Cheap enough, if good in;
but what has this to do with Pvi.r.'s
attempting to charge tho Malta
the Malta Schoola," when wo only
kventeen cents lor Hcvontocn
fl " bought one at a
nio cnargo is not excessive ;
. . , '.ir
uui w nai lias uns io uo wiui I i i.l a
eliiiriinrr tlm riuintv Inn hundred
and twclvo dollara for publishing
tho Commisslotiera' Report, Audi-Ioi-'h
Annual Kxhibit, Treaaurjr'a
Tux Notice, Semi annual Statement
ol Auditor and Treasurer, and Ro
port of Infirmary Iiructora, when
wo would havo done tho Hiimo pub
lishing for (no hundred clollurs ?
''Tin Secretary ik atislied with tho
publicity (iven his prh'Ate. liUsiness
throujili l)i ''Inside Hut," why not his
opin ii . .n agriculture (!) ? It strikes
u-i s h.i li'luc impudence in liim to
. Uhi u lo pu.ibxh his twaddle." Jlir-
Sliouldn'l wonder! Tho Seci'o
tary has a peculiar way jf bringing
"inaidcH out." Hois bringing the
"irisido" of tho "Itlustruted little
n. u n "out" to tho public gnzo, and
heralding it before tho honest peo
;'o oi Morgan, much to tho chagrin
of said little man. Let tho Secreta
ry ulono Talk about your "impu
dence!" Hut what has ull this to
do with charging four dollur-t for
at) ordinary lluad notice?
'Ktai.T said that llisvi went in
search of her lost J'ostkii son through
i ho Wool) beyond the l'o.vu, and in
Cousin of the !SrN-UKn patch wus tH
upon liy the l'in;w of the Mink, uud at
lirt seemed wholly in their 1'uweii, but
certain Koi'i.ii: wlio wero returning
along the road from a Uai.i. over ul
Io.ni.k', heard hoi as she shrinked otho
'Kvaks lor help, und thero being just
lio n a fri.Kol broken stone, they seiz
ed hose ready missileMand soon chased
lu-r assailants into the MinaH." Her
t.d. Tbo nbovo is all wo will publish
of this interesting narrative. Il
will bo continued in tho "Locul1' ot
tho "IlluHtrat,od Herald,", or some
thing similar, from timo to timo.
It is well written, and has a "uub"
to it like a knitting noodle. In tho
next edition of this highly interest
ing "adventuro," "8ol Slocum,"
' Sut Lovcngood," and "Ono-eyod-Saul"
will fignro conspiciiounly.--An
tho writer seems to huvo ft mind
copiously autcharged by lending
"yellowvkivcrcd" 10 cent novels, wo
anticipate something rich, rare and
racy. Secure an early copy of the
Illustrated, but dou't offer him ''17"
cents, lor iff nol a "17" cent paper.
Court of Common Pleas.
TKo preient term will probably con
tinue in session until tho lsst of this
month. Judge Granger is still on the
bench. The following is a statement
of the important casei tried so fur and
the verdicts rendered :
Jeffersvs Negley. Verdict for plt'fT
for 1 8,995 60.
Cbas. T. Scott vs H. A. Bishop. Ver
dict for the deft.
James S Ady vs Henry TI and Eliza
beth Drake; verdict for plt'ff.
Martha F Harry vs Enoch N Lee;
bastardy; defendant guil y and sub
ject to the payment of f 100.
Dover vsStoncburner; judgment for
plt'ff for $00 20. New trial demanded.
Eagle Carbon Oil Co. va John W
White ct al; verdict for plt'fl for
Adm'rof Thos Sheridan VS Morgan
Co Bridge Company; verdict for defts.
New trial demanded.
Mary A. Kopor vs John Hump
phrey. Bastardy. rfondant gmU
ly, JL subjoctod to paympntof ?2J3.
Seventeen cants for sovontoon
toil pens A littlo heavy; but
then what bus this to do with
Prt.E's charging tho proprietor of
tlio town four dollars for publishing
a road notieo, which we would only
havo charged two dollars for, and
then eucing said proprietor for tho
money bocauso urgent business for
bid said proprietor's stopping on
the street to pay said bill at tho
moment tt plcusod Pvlk to present
it? This was a vindication of tho
"majesty of tho press" in tho pocket
of Pylo I
IdED-Cjiaoi.txE, wife of Jerome
Simpson and daughter of John Tar
thcjtiiis. died, after a protracted illness,
on Thursday. Oct. 2'.l, njred !iS years.
McCONNELSVILLE, Nov, 12, 1869.
KfOUK He.l Inniilv f6 0tl,
WIIKAi'-CI.'.O ppr biifksl.
Cl.ltN MKL 0,H) perhuhp.
CtMtN-fir) per hnsli. l, wliii'esile.
DAItl.KY. Spring. 61 tV F.ill.I,15.
OATS Mienlappr hi"liel, wliolrsule
IIkv 812 00 per ion.
TIMOIIIY S1CKI -5l,fl0 wholesule.
FI.AX SKKI) .81 75 m'i 00.
BKANrf SI 00 prr huslipl.
DUIKI) AI'PLKS- 6ns. ppr pnun
llUlKH rKACIIKX2 50 ppr bu-.li.
PUI A IOKS $0 40 fat ousb.. at
HL'T I'Kn ."!0 eta. prrpmin.l,
Kt it S - "0 ns. per ilea,
FK ATM Kit" 75 cts. per Ih.
SU A lt. 15 lo iO cl. per Ih.
WIIITKSUUAIl - 3D io 22 els. lb.
'OKKKIC 25 to 33 eta. per lb.
Tf.A- rl Ot) to t till ror .
M()LASSKS-Sori;uni 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
Sl ltUI'-. ?l 2.' por gallon.
LARD 15 to 18olkvr pouod, holr
tJAXDLKS 20cts por lb.
SO A Vm. hy har 10c.
COHFISMI lO.-tsi per lb.
SAli' 81 f.5 per bid.
WOOr-IO to 45 els nor Ih.
Knlico U lirrt-by given tlmt A petition
ill tr pioentcd to tho CVtniniiiimteri of
Mn;an county, tHiio, nt their Decrmbor
Keninn, lhittt, prnyiiiK fur a review buiI nl-ti-rntiun
in the County roml lending eant
tui'l wpit tlirmifrh tht lnnd of Jitnefl M ur
rny'a heirs. HuhI itltrHtion to cnmineure
Qt a run on tho enst iilu of tho creek, rhI
run thi'iiceweAt nearly purHtlcl with the
old roiitl, on the ti(p(Mile hhIh of the crct-k,
to the tiomi in tht rreckt find there rrnna
Hii'l run thenco the iiturcit nu! heat way
a . . 1. 1 I.... .1.. - . 1. 1 1 1
uni r"'n"i ucincvn inn aiHiUQ KIKI II n V
i0ulri.n the nlmve immci luu.li.
Nov. 12, IHC'D 4w,
IK nrroHiince Willi tli Aet nl the Gen
c ral Af in lilv nf Blulo uf Oliio, nninl
April i'tli, lci".9, relnti:iR lo th iluliei of
( iiuuly (,'iiniiuiiisiiiiii'rii, ',, (ro vol. M,
fihio I.uwa. p 52 to ill.,) notiee in ln ro
ly Riven tliul il ii I In. iiitpni ion of the Com
niiAnioner of MurKioi eoiinlv, Ohio, to creel
t'vo lro briilRtu mroi.ii Wo ft' Creek, in Mu
rion towiibbip in vuid eouiity ons Ht or
near lturkhumt's mill, ami "lli oilier nl
llepkir.t' Font (o culled ), iimr t litt nioaili
ol CI hi. hen Kim. Km h of whieli will, in
llieir jii'lgnient, cost more tlisu one Ibouii
linl dollHrs. Bv or-li-r of rommiiiMioiieri.
JAM KS II. McUUKW, Auil. M. C.
Nov. 5, 8w.
Itoad Yotltf .
JCotiee is liereliy pi veil Dial a petition
will 1)0 iireeiite.i to ihe Iloarit of l i.mmin-
aionera ol Morgun eoimty, Oliio, at Iheir
December nesninn, A. I). 1S09, pruyiiift for
I In' ultf riitinn of u piekil Siute road, on tho
Idllowinc line, tn-wit t Hceinnine at John
M j i I U j e'n mill, in Multa townnbip,
thence In ihornvino t of the ImhIiI'iik"
ou the fehcpiinl Knrm Oil fo'i Lh ml, thence
up on the weal miiu of Ihitrnvincon th Lot
route lo an apple Ire on tlio north line ol
K. Thoinas' iuml, Ihrncelit a iiiulherry trc
on tho line of the In no aolit by Iuvi
l'orlur. thence to the Uoinlv Hon mill woi kn.
thrnce folloivini! neaily alone Ihe line
the prenenl triivxleil rmnl to nenr Niiyloj;
iliiiiuvr'a cute, thenco down Pry Itun to
pouil nearly aoulh of llolierl Milhouae'
Iioiiho, lo wliere it will inlcrni'i't the ol.l
roail at or iimr Raid Eiglti Creek, thence
neiirly along the preient traveleii romt
the jruvo ynril on the Isnil of Aon Hum.-
DutcU this 3rd tlsy of Nov. A. I. If.l'.i.
JOHN B. I-RaZIEK.
Kov 5, 18(18 lw.
Notice U liorcby given thnt a pntlt'on
will be preaenled lo the ( oinmiaaionerii
Morgan enmity, Ohio, nt their regular
nioctiuK, tn-wit, Duceinhcr 15, IMiiB, aUer
the counly roed running between ItiwacHii
uml tho Alhoua traileil rotiil, CfiniiuviiciuK
fur aim! alterutiou on the line between Thu
lium Dnikhurt'a ami William P. flmuip
a'Mi'a lanrl, near the oulliuual corner
Tlioniiia llarkburat'a orchiiril, ainl theuuu
interaeet the ) rniteil rnud at the corner
Kluulielli file veil ' lunil and to vucato
much of aiixl oouuty road aa lira between
he pliice of heginniuir of altcrntion and
Woljilreek. W I LLf AM P. TUOMP80X
Oci 28, lsfia 3w.
FRANK JKFFERS . Tropriotor,
Every accommodation aflbrded gueato,
and tho ataliling may ho cou
Hidered tho hest.
niVE Til E M A t) A L L.
II. R. VIKeKXT. . 1. VIKDkIT,
II. II. icr..T U IIHO..
I'lor.kt, Watchea, and Jewelry, 8ilvr and
Hilver-Plated Ware, Diuaieal luatruineota,
niel lniinufanturera of Picture t'rainet
McnillS BLOCK, M'Ciuoelanlle, Ohio.
ptf Wairhea, Jewelry and inuiical Id.
H.M.COCHIUNs C.B.BOZMAN. J. P. SONASSTlM'.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.,
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, FARMING
CORN-SHEUERS, CUTTING-BOXES. WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, COAL ANO WOOD COOK STOVES,
FIVE SIZES, ALL W A R H A' IN T E U .
FOUR DIFFERENT SIZED HEATING STOVES.
OUR FOUNDRY EEIXG NOW
McCnnnolafilla, Nov 12 Iy.
IN FULL BLAST WE ARE READY FOR ANY AND ALL CALLS,
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.
T. D. CHEADLE,
asd asALsa la
HI'C'onncla Itle, O.
tftju-COME ONE, COME ALL, AN'D
EXAMINE MY VERY SLTER
If. IOR STOCK OF CLOTHS, CARSI
K3.MEKE3, W'linZ FLANNEL, A
tr?- CASSIMEBE SHIRTS, DRAW-
tWUERS, SUSrENDEUS, GLOVES,
K-flu COLLARS, NECKTIES, AND
MADE TO OKDEK,
have rf lived the very
AND A PREPARED TO
MEN AND BOYS,
In accon'anco with tho latest sty leu
T. D. CHEADLE.
A nd Dealer in
158 Main St.,
(Oppoiite the Zane Houae.)
Oel. 15. 1608.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
BOOK 1J I N D E 11 S !
Illank Book Manufiiclory,
Fi.vn joii iitiriG
Our apecinltjr. Mnaio, Mngnainea, An.,
bound in any atyla unl at the rhuapeat
rutea. yr Illank Hooks for Connliea,
Uanka, lloielianla, Jte., beat papor at the
Zuaaaville, Oct. 15,
IVKUY FARM Kit ahould iilant
-"Early Ruao" PotatooH. They
are tha earl.eat In cultivation, produce
bundHully and cannot be aurpa.aad, aa .
variety. Pure aeed can be had by
culling ou A. P. Btulta, Zunoaville, Ohio
. Hill 11. 7.nnn.u . Oh a
van aouu, aa vne aioca ia email, or
WM. DAVIS, Agent,
laaMTilU, Oet. 18, 1M.
ir. walk eh,
Bell Street. I.Ia!ta, Chio.
Clothinff mado to order on the ahorteHt notice and at preen to auit tho
times. All oideis ae'ompnnieU ley a reapniiMiiiie name will lie promptly
tilled. This firm is always up to the Intent faxhions, nnd warrant theiio lo.
thinjr to stand tho scrutiny nfliinniost fantidions. They keep goods ti sell by
tho yard or in nnv abapo to suit purelinHers. Ladies' Cloaking always on hand.
i alii u.iHiaV, iti:roiicTiiu iti'Mi iii:;i.s.
NOTION AKD MILLINERY STORE.
C. L. HALL,
VVUOT.ESALE i RETAIL DEALE3 IN
Notions and H2illincry Goods,
BELL STREET. MALTA. OHIO.
t&r BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7, lfl(J9-tf.
J. G. WALKER
STRICTLY CASn SYSTEM I
i. in good repair, and very de.irable aa a
reaidonce. i he Uuioiivilfe properly ia val
table uable for a Store. Hotel. or '.. Li.nf ol ,,,,h.
CLOSING OUT I CLOSING CUT !
CLOSING OUT I
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN TRIC
ES AT THE GREAT
ts3 yEL H- !Hi2
Which will continue from luy toduy I
TTill bar la mind that these GOODS
MUST BE SOLD
j-f THOSE WHO COME EARLY,
WILL GET THE B15UGAINS I
A Large Stork atlll lo be Dla
Ioa!! oi l t
In Great Varifly,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON ! I
Clnlha and mrn'j wear, tadiri' Preatgnoda
a nrl Triininlrsa, Long auil Hnunro Sbnwla,
Furs ami Palmorala. Cloaka and Mantillna,
Ribbona, Glovei and lloaery, Notion! and
Faary Gooda, Ciirp.iliiigt and Oil elotba,
Pools am) Khoia, JUta and Cnp, tilaae ami
Queenawarfi. Whito Gooda, Kiubroi.lury,
Laeea Paper and I.inen eollare, Looking
(llnaaea and Carpet Biiga, Kreah Family
Grneeriea, and a geuerel line of aoaaonublo
Which wo will take jilunure In ehowiu to
iu nil wiiu give us m cull I
I'HOU li: WtXTI'DI
A8HIGNKK8 OK S. C. B.
McConnelBvllle, O., Out. 15, 186V.
A C A It l .
S. C. ttrewater returui thauka to liia crod.
itora and the public for tbair ayinputbiea in
hia Into ti'iatorliniea, as eviucud byword
and action, und Impel for a con t immune of
the tame in the ell'orl lie ia now making to
retruivn I, ia diaiiateia, promiaiug onliia jiurt
to use Lia; beat exerliona lo auvo Ilia crudil
ora from loaaea, ao fur aa he can.
Oel. 14, laiiD.
Al LOT IV HI T O TV.
A Good IIiinIiicnn Maud In
I m lout i He.
The aubacriber, deairing to go Wcat, will
oil hia honae nnd lot in MnC'nnnelavillo.
known a the John Behryer property and
hia priperty in Unionville, NIorgiin Co., O.,
at LOW HA V KM lo unv duaii ing Ui invent in
II- r. ' . ' 'I
uuiiueaa. for particulate ntll un or
MeigavillB, P. 0..
l organ Co., Ohio.
Ao. Ifi, 'tt-U.
v a o . s a .i ; i o a ii n i ( u:s.
Jamfh Bait. .Iamkn Roii.i Ak.
JJA1N & T.OILEAU.
FAltM AND EXntESS
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
SPECI.IL ATTENTION GIVEN to
RKI'.lllilMI in WOOD ami IRON of
A I.I. KINDS of VEHICLES in OUU
Give us a call on
Between ' ni'Ket and Center SUeet,
Mav I, tim.
in sii:ss A!tis.
Mny ho found at hia ollice no
Till: SOLTII M nST COIt.V EIl
At all time, when not absent on Trofeai.
Sept. ii, IKCK-tf.
Adams & ICahlor
have a will (circled ilock of Try Gooda,
Hroceriea, Queeuawai c, Voula and Shoee, ic,
a RE ATZr JlI VCET ril CES
STilltE s Norih-Vrt Comer of Crntcr and
A pril 23 ly.
J. T. t: If K w,
0 F F I C E i
Over Brewater'a Store, near Court Ilouie;
All Collrctioni rromplly Attrndrd to.
Gulery of Art.
w. c. thi:size
aska the p-iblio to cull and examine tiil
aM'cimuu I'hotngrnpha, ferrety pea, Am
brety pern, Geina, Ac, Ac, which cannot be
am piiaacd liny wlicro. lie hna perfected at
niiiKenieiila vhereby any nno ctm be ao
coniodatod with the fincat of Oil Painting!
and pleturea of India Ink Work. Kooma
over lloono'a Sbddler Bhnp, in J. C. Rtone'a
Hu 1 1 ill rig, Cvuter Btreul, M'Couuelaville,
Jan 1 ly.
Iobort Jj. ZSlorris.
defclurin uicclmnic'a Toola, Farm Imple
ments, Building Muluriiila, Bliulf Hard
ware, Cordngo, Houao Furniohing Gooda-,'
TIN A K D SHEET WON WARE
Oppoaito the Cuurt Ifouae,
H 1 C o 1 1 1 1 v u 1 1 , Ohio.
J. i;. &. t'ln. It. Ilauiia,
AttornevH At Law,
Will attend promjitiy in all buaineaa en
ti Haled to them. Bpcoial attention given
to collcctiona. Odice on Center Street, Ihrco
doora wcat of the Publio 8quure,
Ml? AT rtliUHT.
Uavugjiiat put new and beautiful re
nniraupon my room, on the Public8quaro,
I am now prennrod lo acuominodate my
cuatomera with the choiueat meali' I am
deteruiiued not to bo uiidnraold or excelled
in the q un uli ty or quality of meat aold.
Thanklul for paat lavora I alill (olirit a
ehareofthe publio pntrouage. Tho high
cash price paid for hides.
Thoao who lire indebted to me on old ac
count are requested to call and aettlc, at I
w'.ah to aiiunre nil my hooka and will here
after do only a i.nih buaineaa.
April JJ I r.