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JI'CONNKLSVILLB, OHIO :
FrMny, IVov. Id, m.
J O B
I? R IN TIN a !
Wt art now prepared to do at good JO It
PRIXTIXG of can be done in the Coun
ty, hating TC. IT. PA T'.S in our employ.
In addition to Out, tee veuU have the pro
pit know that let tvill eontinue to do JOI1
PIIISTIXG at our OLD R ATES.
wAuA vert a'miyt Lower than Elxe
wlir In lb county i
M. ADVERTISING IS DONE
CHEAPER IN THIS rAPER
THAN ELSEWHERE IN THE
Rcinombor T. D. Chenille hn
tk very superior stook of cloths, cii
1 meres, io.
Thank to Auditor MeOrcw
for copy of the Ohio Agricultural
Report for 1M.
19 The prcont Term of tlio
Morgan County Court of Common
rieaa adjourns to-day.
t9 Morgan county has 50,416 a
croa cf unculttvn'.od land.
J9 A prominent ritiKon of Mc
Connolsvilto anya Hint "the Soero
fary "cbawod" tho little feller of tho
Herald op and npit him out 1" Let
us Toil our face.
tST 5G,1C0 act cs of Morgan coun
ty lands wore dovolod to pasturage
$&r Tho wool clip of Morgan co.,
m 18C8, was 301,377 pounds.
19 2,077 Morgan county dogs
kill annually 421 sheep, and injure
410 moro, causing a damago estima
ted at 11,427.
t&" (103,834 in bonds, exempt
from taxation, wcro returned to tho
Assessors in Morgan co., in 18C8.
US" On last Monday niht, the
meat shop of A. J. Gray was burg
lariously entered, and about fifteen
dollar was stolen from tho money
W-Tho Concert hold in tho Town
Hull, on Thursday and Friday cvo
Dings of last week, for the purpose
of raising funds to assist tho Baptist
Church, was patronized to tho ox
tent ot 133,55 above the expenses.
Tn Aobiccltuiiai, Society-Herald
Imbroolio. It is supposed that
the Agricultural Society-Herald
Imbroglio is at an end, and it is our
bolicf that most people aro glad of
it, including evou the combatants,
Such controversies are novor palat
able to tho reading public, and
should always bo avoided, if possi
ble. Of course, people will road
thorn, but they will also univorsally
condemn them. We do not wish to
be understood as saying that it Is
always wrong for a person to cn
gago in such controversies, for, as
a rule, one of tho parties is in tho
right, and ia forcod into measures
that bo dospisci in order to protect
blmsolf. Undor such circumstanc
es, the odium of tho whole thing
must rest on tho shouldors of ho
who Is in tho wrong.
t&" Wo want no better evidenco
of tho pusillanimity of a newspaper
than to boo it eternally employing
lis columns in degrading its own la
bor. A paper that docs it has an
imperfoct 'and low appreciation of
im own vuiuo, anu win very soon
build up a corresponding public
oninion of itsolf. The old maxim
that teaches men to "respect thorn
aelroa if they would bo respected,"
is applicable to newspapers as woll
as to individuals. The Connervu.
live might druw 60ino useful less
on from tho maxim. Herald, No
This is a hit at the Conservative
for lotting the people know that our
rates for Advertising, Job Work,
ic are far bolow those asked by
the Jierald omco. Odd as it may
sppoar, we beg loave to say that we
don't leel In the least degradod by
onr course relative to these matters
We can afford to do all such work
at lower rntos than our neighbor,
and if wo 800 proper to do so, it i
our own business. Tho Herald's
remark that wo might draw some
useful lossons by observing tho max
im that teaches men "to respect
themselves if they would be respoc
,ed," ia well answered by remind
lug Mr. Fyle that thero are people
tbt respect themselves far more than
they art respected.
MCf Those in want of the colcbra
tod Perfected Spoctacloa, manafao
tared by Lazarus & Morris, will not
forget 6, F, Williamson is tbe solo
agent for their salo in this pluco.
ar About one month ago Mr.
and Mrn. Eli Shcpard started from
here on a 'Western tour, for tho pur
pose of visiting some friends they
had not aeon for many yoars, and
bIbo with a yievr to tho Improve
ment of tho health of Mre. Shepard,
who had boon ailing for somo years.
On Monday tho family hero receiv
ed a telegram announcing that Mrs,
Shepard had died somewhere In
Kansas. Her remains arrived hero
on Wednesday, and was buried
taT Mr. James L. JIanna, now of
St. Joseph, Mo., but formerly of
tli is place, mado a short visit here
t& Who is tho Kcv. Maul-text?
Tho Conservative U down on him be
cause ho votes tho Republican tick
et. Quito natural. tUorald, Nov.
If wo hod any idoa tho Kcv. gon
tlcman suctioned this qnory of the
ilorald's, wo should not hesitnto to
give his name. Th assertion that
"the Consortativo is down on him
bocauso ho votes tho Republican
tickot" is false Tho Conservative
is down on no man for voting his
honost sentiments, whatever they
may bo. Wo do think, howovcr,
that tho clergyman who so fur for
gets himself as to attempt to sway
u political eloction by playing tho
rolo oi a street politician, is deserv
ing of public censuro. We look for
something bettor from clergymen.
Chafed ! Tho "liltlo feller" ol
the Herald, bearing tho cognomen
of "Will," bus evidently become
chafed over tho "Pumping" nrtiolo
which oppoarod in tho Conservative,
several weeks since. Ho has cer
tainly been tioglectod by tho "dry
nurso." This ought not tD bo. Such
a promising "youth" should bo well
cared for thcsocold,chaCng days; bo
causo, in a fow 3'cnrs, the country
will need another Hou. Rutler, alius
"Ban bottler," and, according to tho
"Secretaries" flouring, tho fac simile
"Bon" is in this rising "youth."
Don't "dump" him too rough, ".Sec
retary, for "lap will make it ull
right in tho end. Let those who
havo tho immodiato chargo of tho
'youth" exorcise ovory precaution
in keeping clian "socks," "collars,"
"neck tics," "hats," Jfcc, on him.
Tho dry-nurso will see to it that he's
kept perfectly clean. However, we
aro not at all eurprisod at his be
coming uneasy tho ''Secretary"
keeps "pruning" him so closely, and
evor and anon punching him "un
dor tho ribs" with n pitchfork
which is Agricultural, of course.
ThdJrovcrbiul lnzmessof the Con
servative has alwa3-s stood out in
striking contrast to tho thrift ol the
Herald. Herald, Nov. 19.
Now, is not this a contrast ?
"Laziness" with 'thrift"! Trya
gain, Pylo ! and probably you will
succcod better. But when you
speak of the Herald's "thrift" again,
just loll tho people what it is made
of whether of its iudustry or its
Mothiri.y. Tho dry.nurso, who
presidos ovor and puts tho youth of
the "Illustrated Herald" through
the various evolutions incident up
on infant-lraimr.?, would "profit"
Tory much by adopting ioto her
regime tho following parental ad
vico, so that, when he arrives at
tho proper ago ho also may write
"porno." It's "Quito Natural":
"Young Mother Your liltlo poem
upon "Baby" is a pern, and wo re
gret wo nave not space torso exnuw
sito a tiubit. If you have a fault
is tho trifling ono, common to all
young writers, of sacrificing melo
dy to hard sonso. This stanza is
striking instanco :
Doxery doodle-um, dinkle-duradum,
Turn to its moizcry mozzcry mum ;
Tizzery Izzery boozory boo,
No baby so sweet and so pitty as 00 1
Sto'y., "dump" him easy I
W 13,168 acros of land in Mor-
gan county, in 18C8, producod 114,-
358 bushels of wheat. 377J acres,
same yoar, produced 2,019 bushels
of ryo. 693 acres, same year, pro
duced 6,349 bushels of buckwheat.
4,92-1 acres, samo yonr, producod
98,337 bushels of oats. 22 acres,
same yoar, producod 279 bushels
barley. 16,951 acres, same yoar,
producod 635,608 bushels of corn.
534$ acres, samo year, producod
13,611 bushels of potatoes. 819
cros, same year, producod 952,062
pounds of tobaoco. 437 acres, same
year, producod enough sorghum
manufacture 53,508 gallons of
rup. 4.050J acres, somo year, pro
duced 70,401 bushels of apples,
814$ bushels of peaches, nnd 649$
bushols of poars.
m m 1
A I. ate visitor to Chicago writes
to his homo newspupor : "I wont
to hoar Dr. Hatfield proach and
pray yesterday afternoon. lie pray
ed that the Lord would removo
from Chicago ail intompcranco,
fraud, prof.iuily, cheating, and ov
ory form of vico ; and tbonldid
not bear tbo next fow sentences,
causo 1 was thinking what would
bo left in Chicago,"
Wo would suggest to ail
those aspiring to furao cither up-
on tho "staffo" or in "narrativo
writing, in McConnelsvillo to cut
ont and pnsto in their hut, (if they
havo ouo, if not, Solicit ono at onco,)
or commit to memory this, tho first
chaplor, ol a Western novel :
"All of a sudden tho fuirgnl con
tinued to sit on tho sands gnsing up
on the briny deep, upon whoso bo
som the tall ships went merrily by,
freighted uh I who con tell with
how much joy and sorrow, and pine
lumber and emigrants, and salt
Wonder whether, that if the nu
thor of the abovo had a "Compli
mentary Fdir Ticket" pinned to Ins
cor, ho would take a "Premium" as
a Local Editor ? He might who
Go to Vincent's for Clocks i the
largest assortment to Vc found there.
shirts, for inon. nt
and Tweed Over
SILL & Co.'i
friT Sago lor sale at D. & C W.
Mumincy's. Nov. 19 4w.
t& Lnmba wool and Fleeco Knit
stocking for I.ndicx, Very cheap, nnd
fine at SILL'S.
fcirGo to 1). & C. W. Mummcy's
to get good beef and pork. They
kill nothing but tho bust.
Nov. 19 If.
BCIJuT.nrco assortment of Pocktt
riet for li70 st tho Hook Store.
t- English Currants at D. & C.
W. Mummoy's. Nov. 10 tf.
tX.S.lcndid liuflivlo Horn fine Tooth
(omit, the best in the mnrkot, now nt
the .Book Store. These Combs are war
ranted to rake up or find an idea even
in the head of the editor of tho Herald,
if such a thing is possible.
Sf. That ' big lot" of Trunks are po
ind otr mighty last at Sill's. Secure one
beforo they are nil pone I
VA largo stock nnd splendid lino
cf J'orket fork nt Alum's Jlook Store.
S0f Provisions ol nil kinds, eood
and fresh, and as cheap as the chea
pest, at D. "k C. W. Mummcy's.
Nov 19 4 w.
odient, of nil kinds, constantly kept on
hand and for sulent A imih's Book Store.
tiaffc. (ilnsg Lanterns, wbieh can be
ad j listed for Candle, Carbon Oil. or for
Laid Oil, nt SILL'S.
VHmlfimn lifnb.i, of ull
nnd in the different ttyl
the Book Store.
5y Wo aro ex p. eting another in
voiep of ft lores, I'lvleiclolhing, Mo
hair Switches, nnd 1'itper Collars, of nil
sizes, Uj'ih (ik. K. SILL 6l Co.
tftAtlmtie Aim, mtf nnd Frank T.c
lie I Illustrated A hiunuic f r 1"0 now at
the Book Store of Aiu:n Phus.
riKTurattern for boys ot twelve years,
entiro suit, jacket, pnnti, nnd overcoat,
at the fancy store e-f HaUiday A: Co
WyThe l:n ti-i mill ) uu can tell that
mnn over on the hill so, that lie ciui
euro that sick cow by mixing a few ta
blespoonsful of Ohio Farmer's Condi
tion Powders with her food. Ask neigh
bor Smith if that nin't so !
s und hizes. ut
SrA.C'O to the Hook Mure und scl.Tt
Holiday pri'Rcnts for your Irirnds. -They
have IIih innt suitable htoek !
(iuods ill town for tlmt i,iirosc.
tPi. We will huv tlii week a fine
lot of Groceries, cons.i.'-tinot'whiti' and
brown Supti, Lliu;' and preen Teas, a
prime artirle of Collet, and a full line
of Spices. Oivo us a ca'l. F. SILL A Co.
H&.Aiaik's lioon Srnnit in thn only
place where a conip'ete flock of School
Rooks, of all kind, nml School materi
al are kept.
S3 VKm The LxccImoi' Ni-rve nnd Rduii
Liniment is tbe best 'embrocation out.
Try a bottle. Trice 2.1 cte, or 0 bottles
for ft. For nlr nt S. Sprnguo's.
The most slenctid assortment
of Baskets ever before brought to tow n,
connoting of Willowr, Corn and Feed
Bimkets, can now be seen ut F. Sill &
Co.', to tliOHo we invito expcuiul uttun
tion, as they aro well made, and cf all
sizes and Hhapes.
tfr First inslulment of HOLIDAY
GOUDS will be received at the Rook
Store of Aha is Buo's next wock in large
Ladies' Furs at Ilul'iidayi Co's-
anuing from $4,50 to f5,50 per sett.
CuiUlrens rurs for f 4, uu per sett.
ti.rREFARlNG FOR THE HOLI
DAYS I II. B. Vincent 4 Bro.. havt.
received their fimt supply of Goods for
the Holiday trad ol I.sdies Gold
Watches. They have the best assort
ment ever oU'ered in this market. Ono
of the latest styles is the stem-wind
ing watch, just tho thing for Ladien.
io key being used. Call and see them.
H5w Remember they sell a good ar
ticle of Furs at Halliduy & Co's. Their
stock consists of the following variety
xr;.,v ai.,i. r:.,i, n v.. 1.
...t.oivi. viiu., vitiii.iaii f iu 11,
Water Mink, Siberian Squirrel, Astra
chan, (not the imitation,) and Brown
and Black Coney.
tto.liackgtimm'in Hoards, Chest, Cheek
ert, Dominoes, bice, Dice, Cups, iS'ytmij,
Checker Hoards, and a good assortment
of literary, classical, snd humorous
Garnet, now at tho Book Sloro, and moro
t&f Wo would invito tho cspo
clal attontion of tho publio to our
Stock of Goods, which is larpor and
better than ovor before. We havo
a largo und well solocled lino
rrints, Dolains, Cassimcres, lirowo
and llloached Muslin, 1'luin nnd
Fancy Flannols, Notions, ko., In tho
Dry Goods lino. While our Stock
of Trunks, Baskets, Tinwuro, and
Housofurnishiug Uoods cannot
excelled In the county for quality
or quantity. We also havo in storo
a nico assortment of Quconsware,
Glassware, and Hardware, all
which will bo sold at pnoos to suit
too times. r, KILL & CO.
Nov. 19 3w.
Business Notices. MARRIED.
At the residence of the bride's moth
er, in MeConiielsville, O., Nov. 11, Mr.
William M. t'uliicrison, oi Muskingum
county, O., and Miss Kate 11. Welch, of
On 'he 12th of July, 1800, si Bethel,
Illinois, Mr. Chnrlcs K.Konch and Mifs
Business Notices. MARRIED. DIED.
On November 3rd, 1?G9, at her resi
dence in Windsor township. Morgan
County, Ohio, Mrs. Martha tinmiis, in
tho "3rd yenr si' her nge.
The decenscd was born in Burks co.,
Pennsylvania, Mny Oth, 1T'J7. She em
igrated to Belmont County, Ohio, in
the yenr 1S.'!0. Afterwards removed to
this county, where she has resided for
the last 2 years.
COUKTH lor 18TO.
Ws, the Juilgos of lh Court of Common
rieai within null for Hie Eighth Juilii'iul
Diatrirt of tbo Ptnlo of Ohio, pursiisnt to
tho bin t ii ls In such rsno nmile snM pruviil
aiI, do lirreny ortlir nnd Hirert UibI the
Tvrnn of iiisli ict i.'niirt, nml Ceiirl nf
Common tMenrf wilJiin Ihfl Kevi-rnl rutitirf
ofsiiiii Pistrict slinll loi;iii nt tho itntcs
b'Tcinnrter named during t tie ycur Ihiii, to
Business Notices. MARRIED. DIED. DISTRICT COURT.
Muskingum County, August 31
Morgan County, September f
Noblo County, September 7
It ll'erson County,
Muskingum County, January 31, A
rril i!5 and October 31.
Noblo county, March 15, June 7 and
Guernsey countv, February 1, April
i'Onnd November 1).
Morgan county, March 11, June C nnd
Monroe county, pril 12, Ju'y 12,
nnd I Moher I . .
Belmeii' county, I'ebrunvy l,May 3,
nnd November I.
Harrison county, Junuaiy ol, May 2,
nnd i )etol er 7.
Tiisfoinwiiscouiitr. Fftiuary 1 1, Mty
i", aiul November I t.
And g further dn wt tlmt n 11 rt f'i'd i n-
py of this onli-r he ti nnsin.ileit lurthwilh,.
Iv tho I lerk ot lliu Court e. ( uinee-ii l l.vig ;
of JottVrsen couutjr, to t!io l.ierit "I l!'1
Court of Oinnioii I'Icub in rm li of sul
romiiirs, nnd tlinl It ho piiblifdicd nei-nr.l-inn
to hiv ui oncli rounly Tor feiir coi"i-Mi-tivo
weeks. Wo nlo oninr arid Clerk of
Joll'orsi.n county to transmit fnrlhwi.h l
tho tk'erfftsry of 15tiil n rcrliticd copy of
Givu: Mtider our linndi nl Blriilionvillo,
this Smh iluv of Sopteinh. r. A. I. lew.
fiEnlK.fe W. M 1LV VINE, ,
MOSES M. Gl;N(;i;i(, ( ,hf!r,
JOHN S. WAY, - f Aw
V. AV. Wfjt.ll', '
The fiHito cf Ohio, Jeflernoii ('nun1 v, SS.
I I, Oliver C. Kmilh, Clerk of the Court of
i ( oninion l'lin, within Slid (or I he rounly
i Und istme nfef.oul. do herehy ecrtify lhal
the furcgomf; l truly ciic d from the mis;-
I iiml order of mid Judges, now on file In my
Witness my iL-biiluio Mid lln rViil
L.S.J ol Mil i Court nt Mi ii'mmi villi'. this
1st .In v of A. 1). ISS'.t.
OLIVER C. SMITH Clerk.
Tile State of Ohio Mornn roiuitv, 88
I, Cyrus M. Hoherts, Clerk o( I lie Court of
t'oiuiii'in I'leni witliiu nnd for the County
.Hid Ptr.fi nl, re.itiid, dn hereby rertli'y thst
the fnregiiitia; in truly n pied ifoin the order
riecived by tnc from Oliver ('. Smith, Clerk
of the Court of (Viiiiiuoi) Flcns of Jeflennn
e 'unty tnid Kinlo oi Oliio, now on (ilo In mv
In testimony whereof, I lierei'iiln
mil eii!u my i.hiiic und ftlix thn
L.S. Ki'iil ol miid ' uiirt ut MeConncls
ville, this IMh dny nl Oelober, A.
CYRUS M. ROBERTS, Clerk.
CYRUS M. ROBERTS, Clerk. Nov 26, 1869 4w.
CYRUS M. ROBERTS, Clerk. Nov 26, 1869 4w. The Markets.
McCONNELSVILLE, Nov 25, 1869.
FLOUR Bi'U fmnily f.1 ,10;
CORN MKAL-eo.fO perbiitlul.
(;olt fi-1 pLr 'jiisIh-I, whn'csolt,
F.ARLICY. Spring, 80 Ol). Im. II. 81 .0,1.
OATS 10 tents pt-r busbel, wliolesule
Hjy S1.1 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKKH -S ! 00 wkotesln.
FLAX Sl'JKP -81 -,: to 2 Oil.
I!KANS-?2 (JO per b'jslicl.
URIKI) Att'LM- Cctu. pir poiml.
DKIKD FKACI1 K.S 82 80 per bush.
POTATOES tfu 40 per ousb., at
RUT I'EIt ?M cts. per pound,
KG(JS 30 cts. per doz,
F FATHERS 7.1 els. per lb.
SUGAR .13 to 20 elu. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR -- 20 to 22 cts.. lb.
COFFKK 25 to 33 cts. per lb.
TKA- tl 00 to 2 00 pur lb.
MOLASSESSorgmn .10 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
SYRUP 1 00 per gulloii.
LAUD 15 to lScta per pound, whole
CANlJLKS--20cts per lb.
SOAP-- by Imr l.)o.
CODFISH 12cl per lb.
SALT--J 73 per hbl.
WOOL-- 10 lo 45 cla per lb.
SltlKS I'ieVrl.d, 11 ctB per 1l.
UARIION' OlL-.Vle.ts. pergsllnn.
I.NSKKI) OIL-1,0.1 pur gallon.
LARIJ OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
HKIKD BKKF 2.1ci por lb.
SHOULDKRS 11 cents per lb.
New York Cattle Market.
York, Nov. 22. Total beeves
6,073, tho highest run siuco August.
We havo ono lot of 10 extra tiuo
Ohio steers of 8 cwt. at 15iul(Uo
nothing went above liic ; very r.a
ny Toxuns wcro on sale, and bro't
10al2c. Tho market was slow for
thin stock, and must improve un
less receipts increase.
Sheep Totals 38,900, with 13,
C00 to-day. Many lots are holding
for an advuuee, but those sold bro't
lormcr prices of 4Jiioo for poor to
lair ; OjubM lor good to pnmo, anil
7o for extrus. Lambs sell slowly.
Only 1 1,700 hogs arrived for tho
weok, with 4,700 to-day. Such light
rocoirts causo an ad vacuo to 10Li
11 Jo lor live, and 11c for dressed.
Throe cars of Ohio, 182 lbs. lie,
and ono car of 250 lbs lU.fc. Tho
market closes very firm.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
MONDAY, Nov. 22.
Beef Cattli. Tboro has boon a
further ducrousu in tho receipts, as
will bo soon by reloreoco to our for
mor reports. Tne supply tho past
week has boon hardlv ooual to tho
demand. All olforod to-day woro
quickly sold, Hud at lull ratoi, V
quote common, f :l,5n:i,,r)0 ; fair, 3,
.'.nl . K"fd, s I i-'a I "5. and rnme
bdlehers, slock, Sj,u0,50 j,cr ci-r.ifil.
bnifr, Tho arrivals are tnoro
libornl, und tho market wns fully
suppliad. We quote common to
good 82,5011:1,50 per cental gross.
lioos. X horc lias boon a good do
mnnd throughout the wook from
butchers and packers, and an nd
vunce bus been obta'sncd, tho mar
ket closing firm, We quote those
averaging 200 to 225 lbs., $D,75n
10,25 ; 250 to 300 lbs. ?10,60al0,75,
nd 10nl5c. Highor bus boon paid
lor cvtra heavy.
J3altimohe, Atov. 22. Flour no
minal. W heat very dull ; rod $1,
35al,.".C. Corn fit in ; new white 90
a!)5c ; old 11.05. Oats dull nt 55a
53o. Hyo dull nt C0al5c. Mess Pork
firmor but slightly dull at f 32,25a
33,00. Ilacon firm; rib sides 18a
19c : shouldoie 15Jal5o ; hams,
now, 21c. Lard firm nt 18al9o.
T. D. CIIEADLE,
AMD DfULlR IS
m. COME ONE, COME ALL, AND
Brt. EXAMINE MY VERY SLTEK
8S)u I"H STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASS1
aMEKES, WHITE FLANNEL, A
I19V. CASSIMERE SHIRTS, DHAW
MuERS, SL'SPENDEKS, GLOVES,
Brt COLLARS. NECKTIES, AND
MADE TO ORDEli.
hat received the very
AND AM TREPARED TO
mai r.itTi iti:
CLOTH N G
MEN AND BOYS,
In uccordanco with tho latest sij'les
T. D. C1IEADLK.
Zaii'Nllle lltiMiiii'N CurdM.
JHAS. H. BAHUliTT,
And Dealer in
158 Main St., .
(OppoaiU Ilia Zaiie Route,)
glTLTTVAN & BUOWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Itlauk Hook fflaiiurnctoi) ,
FIXC JOII PKINTING
Our apcciulty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
fjour.il in any stylo and ut the cheapest
rules. fDr Blank Books for Counties,
Bunks, Merchants, Ac, best paper at
Zuuosville, Oct. 15, 1869.
IVEltY FA It M Kit Bhould j)Ii
J 'Karly lloao" Totatooa. Tl:
r the earliest in cultivation, produce
and cunuot be surpassed, as
table vanoty. Pure seed can be had
calling on A. P. Stults, Zanesvillo, Ohio.
Call soon, as the stock is small, or
,WH, DAV1H, Agent,
ZaaesrUle, Oct. la, Mi,
A. r'. WALK E It,
J. U. WALKER.
Bell Street. Malta, Ohio.
Clothing made to order on the shortest notice nnd at prices to suit the
times. All orders nccompanied by a responsible name will bo promptly
filled. Thin firm is always up to the latest fashion, ond warrant thciro lo
thing to stand tho scrutiny of the most fastidious. They keep eoods tosell by
tho yard or in any shape to suit purchasers. I. miles' Cloaking nlwnys on band
call K.tnLif, 111:10111: tiii: 111 8ii iii:;i..
Mar. 19 -ly.
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-
"WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALRK IN
Notions and Millinery Goods,
UELL STREET. MALTA. OHIO.
aT BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7, 1800-tf.
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM !
CLOSING OUT I CLOSING OUT I
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN TRIO
ES AT THE CHEAT
e&i j. isUd
Whi.h will continus from dsy todiy 1
Will bnr in miiiJ that IhcieGOOPS
MUST BE SOLD !
THOSE WHO COME EARLY,
WILL It El THE RBROAINS I
A Larkte Stock still to bo Ils
pOMCU Ol I I
lu Great Variety,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON ! !
Cloth ami inen'i wear, Ladles' Dri gwl"
nml Triiiiininfra, Ijong ami bquarc bliawn,
Him nnd liiilniorali, Ulouka anu Jtinniuia,
IlibboiiH, Gloves nml Itonurr, Notions aud
Fnucy Uoods, Ciirp.Tt iiin nnd Oil cloths,
Hoots ami Blioss, lluls ami Laps, oiass auu
Ijneensware. Wliiln (iooils, Embroidery,
Laces, Titper and Linen collars, Lnokius
'ilnsi' uud Ciirnt Kresh Family
Groceries, and a geuoriu line of seasonable
0. 0 0 n 5
Which we will toko plcnsure in showing to
to all who givo us a cull I
ASSIGNEES OFS. C. B. .
McConnelsville, O., Oct. IS, ISOV.
8. C. Brewster P'turna thanks to his orfd-
itors ami tbo public for their sympathies in
his lute misfortunes, as evinced bywords
and actions, and hopes for a continuance of
the sumo in tlio ell'uil ho is now making to
retreive his disasters, promising on his part
to use his'besl exertions to save his credit
ors from loasKs, so lu r as he can.
Oil. 15, 1SHV.
IN accordance wilh the Act ol the Gen
eral Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, passed
April 27lh, HSU, relating to tho duties of
County Commissioners, Ac,, (see vol. 0(1,
Ohio Lnws, pages bl to 61).,) notice is here
by given that it Is the Intention of Ibet'om
mmsioucrs of Morgan comity, Ohio, to eroct
l"o free bridges across Wolf Creek, In Ma
rion township In enld county one at or
nour llnrkhurnt's mill, nnd the other at
Iloiikiua' Ford (so called), near I lie mouth
of Goshen Run. Each of which will, In
tbeir judgment, cost more lhan one thous
ami dullnra. By order of Commissioners.
JAMES B. McGftEW, Aud. M. C.
Nov.S, lSiltl w.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition
will bo presented to tho Board of Commis
sioners of Morgan county, Ohio, ut thoir
December session, A. I). 1H09, praying lor
the alteration of a graded Stnlo rouil, on tho
following line, to-wit Begiuning at John
M. Gillespie's mill, lu Malta township,
thence to theraviuo west of tbo buildings
on vho Rhcpard Farm Oil Co's Land, thence
up ou the west sido of theruviuoon iho best
route to an apple troo ou tho nor ih line of J.
K. Thomas' luud, thence to a mulberry trci
on the line of the liirm sold by Davis A
l'orler, thence to tho Doudy Run suit works.
tbouro following nearly along tbo liuo of
me present traveler roun to near Nnylor
llsrincr's gate, thnnco down Dry Bun to a
point floarly south of Bobort Mil house'
bouao, to whore it will intersect the old
road ut or near Bald Euglo Creek, tbence
nearly along the prosont traveled road to
thn grave yard on the laud of Aun lluiu.
Dalod this 3rd Uuy of Nov. A. D. lHil.
JOHN B. FBAZIEU
Nov , 18S0 Iw.
Iiotice is horchy given thut a potition
will be presented to tho Commissioners of
Morgun couuly, Uluo, at their December
session, praying for a roview and al
teratiou In the I'ounty road loading cast
and wost tUrougb the land of James Mur
ray s ueira. aiu alteration lo commence
uta run on the cast sido of the creek, uud
run theiico west nearly parallel wilh tho
oiu roo.,1, ou me opposite sido of the crock,
to th bend iu tho ereek, and thero cross
aud run thence the nearest aud bost wav
I... ..1.1 1 L. .1. . . t . . '
.u .uv uu, rouii uuiween iho sMioio auq nav
atltu. nn IL. I I. 3
wuh.v u.a nifi.w UUIUVI IUU'13. i
Hoy. 12, liifi'J lv.
k Hui JahksBoiliav.
BAIN & 3501LEAU,
FA KM AND EXPRESS
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
SPECML ATTENTION GIVEN to
REPIIRIXO in WOOD and IRON of
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in OUR
Give us a call on
Betireon Vsrltet snd Center Street.
May I, 6m. .
W. R. KELLY, ItX. D.
Mny b four it at hit n(ll- on
TUB bOtTII Vt:ST CORNEIl
At sll tiinen, irhn not abient on ProfeM
Sept. J4, IS89-tf.
Adams fe Kahler
lisv wtill elected stock of Drr Goodi,
Omecriei, lucetitware, Boot tnd 6001,10.,
ansATzr reduced fr ess
STORE i-Jlorlh-VtitCornrrof Center and
April 11 ly.
J. T. C HE W,
ATTORN E Y-A T- LAW,
Bronster's Store, near
All rollfflinm Promptly Altrmlfd to.
Having lust rut new and beautiful re
pairs upou my room, on lbs Public Square,
1 am now lire pa red to accommodate my
customers with the choicest meats- I am
determined not to bo undersold or excelled
in the quantity or quality of meet sold.
Thankful for past favors I still solicit
share of tho publio patronage. Tbe high
cash price paid for hides.
Those who are indobted to mi on aid ac
count aro rf quested to eall and settle, aa I
wsb to 8'iuuro up my nooks and will here
after do only s Cash business.
A.J. VnA I .
CASK AND COMFOKT.
BLE AS PER-
PERFECT SIGHT can only . bo ob
tainod by using
I EIsFECT SPECTACLES,
tho difficulty of procuring which it
Mi-Bsrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS, Ocu
lists nnd Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
uuufaoturers of tho C'olcbrutcd 1EK
FECT Kl SPECTACLES, hv alter
ycur of experience, experiment and
theVrecon of costly machinery, been
eualilud to produce that grand deside
ratum, . i .
which lmve been void with uulimited
autibfuctlon to the weaaere in Maaaa
chuaetta, Rhode iMlnnd, Connecticut,
New tJnmpxliire, Vermont, Maine, New
York, Pennsylvania, New Jeraey, Nov
Sootia, New Urunswicky Prince Ed
ward' lluntl,and Dominion of Cana
da, dining tho past nine yeara.
TIioho celebrated tpectucla never
tire tho eye, and last many years with
S. V. WILLI AM80IV,
CLUCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
SOLE AGENTS for the vale of theia
from whom only; tboy can be procured.
WE emplo)Tno PEDLARS.