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jonrH a. ari.i.v. kpitxr
rrlflny, lrr. IT, IMH.
TT are note jrcpired to tin ai gout JO II
lni.TI ii mm he done in thf Coun
ty, having IT, If. DA 1Y.S in oir rn.iny.
In addition to thh, tn vnu.', h'tce the . co
pit hnoie that ite trill continue to do JO II
rniXTIXG at our oi.it iivti:,
nhuh wert alwnyt Lourr tlinn Elte
ulii-r In I li county t
m- A T VER TIDING IS PONE
CHEAPER IN THIS PA PER
THAN ELSEWHERE N THE
Attention O. H.
Members of the Ancient Oriental Or
dor of Humility are requested to meet
in Odd Follow' Hall, on Vednr-iliy
Evening, December 221. at 7 o'clock.
P. M., forth purpose of paying Tribute,
J. B. GOUDY, Gr. Seignor.
Wormy Adams, Keeper of the Seals.
I. LI. Morti.kt, Purae Hearer.
Festival in Shepard's Hall.
On noxt TucuJny evening, tho
JJcConnolsvillo Lodgo of Good
Tomplars will hold ft Festival in
Shepard's Hall. Everybody is m-
Titod to attond. Only 19 cents ad-
msion gnppcr extra turn out
every body nnd assist in a good
Festival in Shepard's Hall. Business and News.
Nantucket has guno backward
instead of forward within the Inst
sixty years, her prnntcsi prosp.-ri-ty
being from 1S30 to 1840, when
the town had population of 0,000,
witli over 800 vesad. Now there
aro but 4,300 peoplo in tho town.
and 1,442 of theso r CO years of
A larger stock of Rustic Frmes,
of handsome styles, just received ut the
v OfM-ipg AT ITOLIDAY TRICES
AT WALKERS l-Kusiness sniu from
til) up Drens suits from tM to t'jO I
Wedding suits from $20 to $75 1
A Life Saved.
1 do hereby certify that one-half a
paper of Ohio Farmers' Condition row
don cured my covv of a tnd cnee of
founder. The animal v:is down, aud I
wai afraid would din. nnd after givinp
the contents of half a paper of said
powder, she i now well. 1'ho cow is
worth $73 to me. D. X. 0 1 F.OO.
These powders aro for salo by Drug.
Kists and Country Merchants. Price,
25o., or 5 papers lor fl,OU.
tSf Richly bound and handsomely
illustrated Hooks fur Holiday presents,
.iu9t received at tho Hook titoie yester
day. We have a verv fine lot of bird
capes, also some very nice, full setts of
Mone t nina ware, tunable for Holi
day presents. Cad and see them at
The local editor of a Columbia, Mis
sissippi, paper having recently got mar
ried, a cotemporary says:, "May his
father-in-law die rich, and enablo poor
Stevens to retire from the printing bu
siness and set up a cake shop at a rail
W. Don't freeze vour feet, but polo
Walker's and buy gentlemen's Hose at
11 outlay prices, 10 cents to 60 cents a
pair, t resu stock just received.
W- An immense stock of Goods for
the Holidays, now at the Book (Store.
Mrs. IUirnoi.rn E. I.add has declined
to accept the position in tho School
Committee' in Fprlngfield, Mass., to
which she was elected, the says the
official duties "aro not properly within
IU It has been admitted that on
Trunks, Satchels, Jiaskets, Ac, SILL'S
Store is headquarters for Morgan co.
A large and handsome stock of
j oys just received at the Book Storo on
f. For choice Family firnceries, go
to Sill's. Their Tea, Cott'ca and Sugar is
very nice. They also keep spices, and
Wheeling Stogas, chewing aud smok
Mrs. Smttua Ei.kinb, of Clarke Coun
ty, Ky., a ludy about eighty years of
age, is now cutting her third sot of
teeth. They are said to bo perfect and
VL. Go to Walker's for latest styles
in Hats and Caps, the best selected
stock in the two towns.
In the line of Notions, Paper
Collars, Hosiery, Suspenders, (iloves,
c, Sill can't be beat. Call and test it.
TO- Miss Liizie lloyntop, of In
diana, announces herrtli ur Con
gross. She has bluo eyes, short
hair, a prominent noso and titch
( TO- Carbon Oil, Carbon" Oil Lamps,
Chimneys, Lanterns, Cundles. and soao,
for sale at Sill s. y
l&" Lucy Stone likens boys to
vinegar tho moro "mother" in
them the sharper they are.
TO. One ounce of preventative is
worth a pound of euro I liny a Oura
Coat and L'nibrolla at Walker's, at pan
io prices and you'll not complain of bad
Provisions of all kinds, fiood
. and fresh, and as ehoap as tho chea
pest., nt D. & C. W. lliimmoy'a.'
Iw 1K32, lion. David Henshaw, then
Collector of the port of Boston, went to
the polls in Ward Four, with a printed
ballot, which was refused by the War
den. He entered a legal protest a-
gsinst the proceedings, the case was
carried into the Supreme Court, and
priuted ballot were declared to be le
gal. Since that time all ballots have
Rrfuso fat of all kinds taken
in exchange for the best ot Boap at
tne ooap roetory.
A Michigan clergyman warns his
flock to beware of modem infidelity in
the person of Henry Ward Beeeher.
Mixed Candles for the Holidays.
Mixed Candies tor tho flolidavs
at Chris BurcU holler's at 25 cents
per po-ind. This is 10 tents less on
the pound than usual.
A lUroHTmof Professor Agassis is in
the Insane Asylum at Somcrville, Mas
K3u Another supply of Clocks, some
entirely new styles in this market, re
ceived this day at Vincent's.
Mr. Stskst, of Balcm, Mass., moved
to Ohio and founded the town of r'ulem;
thence to Indiana, where he establish
ed the town of Salem; and thence to
Iowa, where he erected tho town of Sa
lem. About which the Chicago Tost
thinks the Salcms of Street arc as nu
merous as the streets of Salem.
13 Tho finest line of Cutlerv. both
Table and Pocket, is to be found at
v ineent s. They invite special exami
nation of price and quality.
A cirtaik Mr. Dorsey, of Tawlucket,
Rhode- Island, has written to Henry J.
Todd, Esq., Warden of the Penitentia
ry in Kentucky, and promised a roast
dinner to all convicts on Christmas
day. Mr. Dorsey is an original a pain
ter by trade, and does an extensive
business. Ho keeps no books, but does
every thing upon tho cash princilf.
Over his store he has posted the fob
lowing "elegant extract :"
No admittancehereexcepton business,
No more "money lent !"
I don't mind giving to the needy, D n
tho lending I''
His great weakness is to give roast tur
key dinners to prisoners at Christmas,
and he spends about $3,000 a year in
TO- Wax and China Dolls, cheap, at
C. L. Hall s.
' The distance from Duluth to Tuget's
sound by the Northern Pacifio road is
about 1175 miles. From Chicago io
Duluth 570 miles, fc'o the whole dis
tance to the Pacifio by the new route
will bo 1745 miles, 520 miles less than by
tho present Pacific route.
t&" Books make handsome and ac
ceptublo presents. Go to the Book Store
and select a supply for your friends for
The days of wooden ocean steam
ships are past. 'I ho splendid steam
ship Adriatic, 4000 tons the last one
built for the Collins line, and represen
ted to be sound and in good order is
offered for less than $S0,000 She cost
over a million.
16 The largest nnd finest s'ock of
Holiday Goods now at tho Book Store
ever in tho town.
A Detroit girl who wears a beaver
and carries a cane, tried to kiss a hotel
waiter the other day. 'Ih insulted
youth complained to the landlord, w ho
informed the offender that she must
respect the men about the house or else
TO-Ooto C. L. Hall's to get your
Go to C. L. Hall's if you want to ex
change your Wilson's Headers and
Spellers for McGuffev's. Call before
tho 1st of January. Mr. Hall will also
exchange Stoddard's Arithmetics for
TO- Who can find it in their lienvt.
to refuso tho little ones the pleasure of
a viinsuims um wnen it can be had so
cheap at Jim Kincaid's.
TO-Go to the Book Storo and select
your iiouuay presents.
TO-Select Oysters now on hand and
for sulo at Jim Kincaid's.
' More Holiday poods received at
iiiLBut a una uay. i ull and sue them.
0-se of the first places tho Japaneso
princes visited at Omaha was a billiard
saloon, which, by tho way, claims to be
tho most gorgeous plnco of the kind in
tho United States. The Japs seem Io
have a wonderful knack o falling into
the ways of their brother Christian
t&- WANTED l-Every body to go
to Hulliday & Co's. and examine the
stock of Christmas goods, they have.
Toint Ardique, llouiton, Cluncy, and
Linen Collars, Lace, Hemstitched,
Tucked and Plain Handkerchiefs, AN
exandrie, Empress nd Fur Tipped Kid
Gloves, Port Monies, Clmrmes, Sleeve
Buttons, Jewelry and Fancy Boxes;
Mrs. Arbii Sags McFari.asd Phu
iaDsoK, according to the New York
Commonwealth, is to have a fund rais-
ed for her by subscription, and it is
said, also, that she is to have an edito
rial position on the New YorkTribune.
and a sinecure in the Sub-Treasury at
I6f Toy Books for Holiday presents
u nail .
TO- French Mustard, 75 cents per
quart, at Jim Kincaid's.
TO. New Stock of School Books, of
an Kinus, rocoiveu ut tho Hook Storo.
mm vruun, aim ior sale cnoup.
Washington city is often repre
sented as doficiont in trade nnd en
terprise. Iu stulionors, howover,
aro the wealthiest in the country,
ana count their incomes almost by
millioxis. They give gorgeous
parties, livo in splondid mansions,
and deny thernsolvcs no luxury
wbich money can purchase. All
thig arises from fat contracts with
tho Departments, of whiob they aro
tho happy nnd successful possessors.
New Goods of all kinds, just re
ceived at tho Book Storo.
A newspaper article has been going
the rounds of the. press beaded,
"Whore is your boy at night T" A bril
liant urchin suggests tho propriety of
another article, inquiring, ''Where is
the old man at night T"
TOu New lot of Alphabet and Build
ing Blocks just received at the Book
A Connecticut editor is going into
the "interviewing" business to some
purpose, He gives notice as follows :
"We shall Interview ta number of our
citizens this week on the subject of
TO. Fresh Stock of rocket Cutlery
just rccoived at tho Book Store.
A Kentucky whisky distiller, known
for that reason as "Whisky Jske," has
thirty children fifteen by each of I wo
A magnificent Christmas Tree
may bo soon at Uolbrook's Milline
ry and Fancy Store. All the la
dios, and every bodyolso, should go
Tbi common greeting of acquaintan
ces, "Cold morning," etc., is changed
to "Last night's bank robbery was a
smasher," or to "To-day's defalcation
knocks the spots out of "cm."
t-3r Country Dealers in Candy
Toys ran supply themselves ot
Chris. Burck holler's, where they
are manufactured. Also for sale
Tiis title of Mrs. Stowe's new book is
"Tho True Story of Lord Byron Estab
lished." It contains some three hun
dred pages, ond will bo given tho pub
lie at an early day.
TO- llomembcr that Burckhol
tor's is tho placo to buy your
Christmas Toys for your children.
The Tcrsian silk crop is a total fail
ure, tho exports being limited to 1,500
bales, about 20,C0O bales last year.
This will produco a notable riso in the
pries of silk goods.
PiT English Currants nt D. k C.
W. Mu in nicy's. Jv'ov. 10 tf.
Largo numbers of Cornish miner,
mostly of tho better class, continue to
leave their native hind for foreign p.nrts
in consequence of the low rate of wag
es at home.
InTCto to D. k C. W. Mummey's
to get good beef and pork. They
kill nothing but tho beht.
Nov. 10 tf.
McCONNELSVILLE, Dec. 17, 1869.
FLOCK Best fnmily ?5 50;
WHKAT-ei.PO per hiikhel.
Ol. RN MKAL 0,KO per bushel.
OOHN fiS per bushel, wholesale.
BARLKY. Spring, CO 90. Fall. 81.05.
OATS 40 tents per bushel, wholesale
llsy $15 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKKI) -S3.00 wholesoK
FLAX SKKI) -81 75 to 2 00.
KKANiS 92 (10 per hnsliel.
DRIED APPLKS fiets. pernnnnl.
DRIKI) PKAOIIKS $2 5u per bush.
POTA TOES 2(i 40 iter nnmh .1
P.U T TKU - 30 Cts. perponnJ,
MiGS- 30 ris. ner ti z,
FKATIIKHS 75 ct. per Ih.
SU'lAR-vlSlo 20 el-, ptr lb.
WIHTK SUOAIt - 20 to 22 ets.. lb.
COFFKE 25 tn 33 els. per lb.
TKA- 1 00 lo 2 00 rr Hi.
VOLASSKS Hotguni 50 by barrel, 60
lo 70 per gl!on.
S Fit CP 81 00 per gallon.
LA Ili 15 tu lHuts uer nnnml hnl
, i i 1 -
CANDLES 20ets per lb.
SOAP-- hy hnr 10
COIFIH 12,rts per Ih.
SAL' 81 75 per kbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDKS Pickel.d, 15 cn ptr Ih.
CARBON Ol Wf)ci.. per gnllMn.
L5NSKEI) OIL-1,35 per galh.n.
"AKD OIL. 2 00 per KU,n.
Mierlll'M hale on Attachment.
Martha P. JInrry vs. F.noch N. Lee. By
virtue of an onler to sell nn.l to ins direr
tfd Irora the Court of f'oniinmi pleas ol
Morgun county, Ohio, hi the nbove entillcil
aetinn, I will oiler for salo at public sue
tmn nt tlis Joor ol the Court Home in Mo
Conneliville in iniil eounly tin TiienJny,
the 18th dny of Jnnunry, A. D.. 1870, nt n
o clock, P. M , ol Biii.l ilny, tli following
rtul u.tulu ailuulB iu usid coui.ty ol Wor
Knn, to wit: All the interest luat the tuiil
tnoch X. Lee tie in subdivisions 2, 6, nnd
10 nf section 33, town 8, rnngo 13, of liindi
sold at Zaiiesvillv, Ohio, ua ulutted on the
Audilor'a Itnolr KT,.....
roianniiTig 8 acr. A)raied ut'22H 00,
J. C. Ml'KUUCK, Sheriff of M. C.,0.
J E. t Fis. II. Uihxi, Ally's.
Tec. 17, isr.y JW.
.Master 1'omiaiiNkloncr'a Kale.
Court of Common Picon. Morgan county,
Ohio Elizabeth J. Himpson. plnintiir. vs.
niejiunuer nnd jainci Kinjree, rto-
fnndnnU lrilcr to Soil. Notice Is licro-
by given tliel by virtue of no Order of Hule
IdHUed Lv unit! o.inii-l I. II.. UI,M.
action, and to nie directed, I will oiler for
., .b I'uuuu nucvion, luoooor ol tue
court houae, of snid county, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 157", A.
nt the hour of one (1) o'clock, p. M., of
esid day, the lollowing reul eatHte situate
in said county of Morgun and BtaioofOhlo,
to wit: Theeunt hall' of the north east
quarter of lection twenty-two (22), in town
sbip ten (10), of range eleven (11), except
ing nnd reserving tlio following parcels of
snid tract, to wit: Iicginnmg at tho south
wet corner of suid tract nnd running
thanes north to tho Slut road, thence
easterly with .ipd Htnte road until within
lour (!) rods ol tho south line of said tract,
thence east tea (III) rods, thonce south four
(4) rods to the south line, thence west to
the place ot beginning, containing about
lour (4) acres more or less) also, all that
purt ofthc above described tract hereto
fore conveyed to the ' Old School Presl.y.
teriun Church," kuown as tho "Pleasant
(.rove Church," reference being had to snid
deed for the description of the laud hereby
Intended to bo excepted, nnd supiwuml to
contain about ouo(l) scro, he the same
inore or loss. Appruised at $l.ou U0.
lnrms(eash. J. T. I'ltKW,
Master Commissioner, M. t'.. O.
B. F. Tonsil, I'luintiU's Attorney.
Deccember J7th, 1H69 bw.
IVJiUy KAItMKK fhoiil.l ..lata
-' 'Kailj' Jtoo" PotntoeH. They
ire tho earliest in euliivatinli, produce tt
oiindantly, aud caiiunt be surj aHi ,l, hs u
table variuty. puro seel eiui bi luol by
nllinir on A. P. Hmli.. :u....,,!:i
Call soon, as tho stork is siunlt, or '
. Davis, Agent.
... . McConnolsville, Ohio.
Zsoeivillo, Ool. IB, !.
Gold and Silver
Pearl and Ruby
French i locks,
. DINNER CASTERS,
Goblots, Cups, Vnscs, Boquet Hold-t'l-R,
Card Cuhoh, Ton Knivtm, Soup
IjiuIIoh, OyHtor Ludlaq, nnd Kuives,
Forks, Sjioodh, S(ts.
tfh. JiurgoHt uBMOrtmont ever op
enud m tho markut. Call and nee
for yoursolvcs. Remomber that it
i" our j,routo8t plettsuro to SIIOW
II. B. VINCENT & BRO.
Dec, 10 3vr.
B O O K
in rich & elegant
bums, tho largest, finest, ond cbenpost as
sortment ever brought to town.
AND HAIll BRUSHES,
COMUS AND POCKET
BOOKS HYMN BOOKS,
POCKET AND FAMILY
BIBLES. . Bit ACKETS,
PICTUItE F11A3IES AND
WHITING DESKS, AND
CAltD CASES, POItTFO
Tjos. SCRAP BOOKS
II ACHfi4ItI.no V IIOAHOS.
Many other poods. maUino- i.hot
stock thu most comploto from which
io boioci presents for tho Holidays.
Evorybody is requested to oall and
examine our noleolions. No trou.
bio to show goods.
CQUliTB for 1870.
Vt, fh Judpr of th. Court of Common
rifn within and for the Kighlb Judicial
Pistrirt of tho Btnt. of Ohio, pnmuant to
tin Rlatutt. in iuch cat in ado and provid
ed, do hereby order and direct that the
Term, of Iitrict (Tnurt, and the Court of
Common Fleon within tho aeToral rountioa
of aaid District ahall brrin at the datea
hereinafter named during th. rear 1870, to
MtiaVingum County, - Annual 31
Morgun County, Roptomber 5
Noble County, ' Noftombor 7
Montoe Cminty, September 12
Hclmont County Soptomher 14
(luornnoy County, Prptcmbcr 19
Tuacarawns County, Scptmbr 23
Harrison County, , Koptember 26
Jcllerson County, September 2S
Muskingum County, Januaiy 31, A
prll 2" and October 31.
Nohlo county, JIarch 15, Juno 7 and
Huernaey county. February 1, April
2B and Novemhe.r L.
Morgan county, March 14, June 6 and
Monroe county, April 12, Ju'y 12,
and October IH.
Belmont county, February l.Mny 3,
itfid November 1.
llnrriaon county, January 31, May J,
and October 17.
Tuacarawas county, February 14. May
10, and November 14.
And w. further direct that a certified eo-
Cy of this order b transmitted forthwith,
jr the Cleric of the Court of Common Tlea
of Jollaraon cotuit j, to the Clerk of the
Court o( Common Tleaa in eoehofgaid
countiea, and that it b. publiihed accord
ing to law iu each county for four competi
tive wocka. W. alio order .aid Clerk of
Jelleraon county to transmit forthwith lo
the Secretary of Etate a certified copy of
thin order. '
Given andcr our hnU at fiteuhenville,
thi SiMh dnr of September, A. P. 186.
(iKOHOfc W. MclLVATNE. ,
MOSES M. flRASOEK, j Jvdgtt
JOHN R. WAY, f ie.
F. W. WOOD,
Th. Slat, of Ohio, Jeftirson County, 89.
I, Oliver C. Smith. Clerk of the Court of
Common rieni, within and (or th. county
and Stat, aforesaid, do hereby certify that
the foregoing ii truly copied from th. orig
inal order of laid Judges, now on file in my
rVStnen my .Ignnlnre and Iheflenl
L.B.j of aaid Court at Rleuhenville.thi.
let dev of October, A. 1). 1HA9.
OLIVER C SMITH, Clerk.
The Slabs ol Ohio Morgan comity, 88
1, Cyrua M. Hoberta, Clerk of the Court of
t omninn 1'leaa within and for the County
and Stola aforeaaid, do hereby certify that
the foregoing ia truly copied from the order
received by me from Oliver O. Bmllh, Clerk
of tho Court of Common Deal of Jefferson
county and BtaU of Ohio, now on CI. iu niv
In toatimony whereof, I hereunto
'' crib, my nam. and affix the
L.S.J BelolaiJ Court at MeC'onn.la-
villc, this fith day of October, A.
CY ItUS M. ROBERTS, Clerk.
T. D. CHEADLE,
MERCHANT TAILCR. .
aXD DIALla I
M'Coniiels. 111, O.
BO. COME ONE, COME ALL, AND
V. EXAMINE MY VERY SLTER-
B IOR STOCK OF CLOTHS, CAR.? I.
8. MERES, WHITE FLANNEL, 3c
t&. CAS.SIMERE SHIRTS, DRAW-BO-ERS,
tm- COLLARS, NECKTIES, AND
MADE TO -ORDER.
havt rtctived thi very
AND AM PREPARED TO
MEN AND BOYS,
In accordance with tho Intost styles.
T. D. CHEADLE.
18li9. FALL Trude. , 18C9.
Adams & Kalil
hav.a wtll aolocted Block of Dry Cooda,
Groocnea, iueonwar., JlooUaud Shoe., Ao..
GREATLY REDUCED PR CES
STORE : North-Went Corner of CrnUr aatl
, Robortlj. Morris. '
dealer in mechanic's Toola, Farm Imple
ment!, Building Material., (shulf Hard,
ware, Cordage, JIoum Furulahiug Good.,
Manufacturer of .
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE
Oppoait. tb. Court Home,
ZnncaTllle Itualna Card.
JUAS. H. BARHETT,
A nd Dealer in
153 Main St.,
(Oppo.it. the Znne TToum,)
ULUVAN & JiJtOWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS 1
niaifk nook Itianufttctorr,
FIXE JOB IRIXTI.G
Our rpeeinlty. Manic, Magaiine., Ae.,
bound in any atyl. and at th. ch.apett
rale! Jtr Blank Book. ' for Countiea,
Bank., Merchant., Ac, beat paper at tb
I o went re tea.
Znnenville, Oct. IS, 189.
CLOSING OUTJ CLOSING OUT !
CLOSING OUT 1
33 AROAINS !
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRIC
ES AT TnE GREAT
VFblcb will continue from day today I
TVill bear In mind tbat tliew COOPS
MUST BE SOLD !
I0 THOSE WHO COME EARLY,
WILL GET THE BBROA1NS I
A Large Mock Mill to be Dis
posed on I
la Great Varletj,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON 1 1
Cloth, and men, wear. Ladle.' Drea. good,
and Trimming., Long and Square Bhawla,
Fur and Bnlinorala, Cloak, aud Mantilla,
Rikbona, Glove, aud Hoaery, Notion, and
Fancy (lool, Carpeting, and Oil clotb..
Boot, and Sboea, Huta and Cap., Ola., and
Queenaware. White Gooda, Embroidery,
Lace., Paper and Linen collar., Looking
(HiMci and Carpet Bii, Freah Family
Groceries, and a general Una of tea.onabl
o o rj s t,
Which we will take plea.ur In ihowinf lo
to all who givo Ui a call I
ritotxen WASTED t
A8BIGNEE8 0F8. C. B.
MeConnolsville, O., Oct, 15, 186.
8. C. r.rewsler return, thank, to hi. cred
itor, and the publio for tbair.ympathie. in
bin let. 'ii'ialortunM, a. evinced by word,
and action., and hope, for aoontinuanc. of
th. nina in th. efl'ort he 1. now making to
retreive hi. disaitera, proniiaing on hi. part
to use hia'beal exertioua to lave bil credit
or, from lumen, to far a. be can.
Oot. IS, 18011.
J. T. C RE W,
M CO.NNELSV1LLE, OUIO,
Over Brew.ter' Store, near Court Ilouial
All Collections Promptly Attended to.
MEAT SHOP I
Having Juat put n.w and beautiful r.-
Iiairaupoii my room, on lb. Public Square,
am now prepared to accommodate my
euntomur. with tho choic.it meat.' I aut
determined not to be undemold or excelled
in the quantity or quality of meat olil.
Thankful for pa.t favor. I .till .olioit a
hare of the publio pulionege. Tb. high
cash prine paid for b idea,
Tboao who are Indebted to ma on old ae
eouut are rcqueetud to call and aellle, a. I
w!ab to .quar. up my book, and will here
after do only a Caali bualnoa.
W.It. KELLY, M. D.
May be found at bia oIUc. on
THE bOUTII WEST CORNER
At all timet, when not ab.ant on TrofM.-
Sept. SI, Tftl-tl.