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FrMnf. Jnn T. 11.
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Vs an fioie prrptnnl to do at good JO 11
FRISTIXn i fin fi don in (hi Coun
ly, haeiny n . . DA " in onr tmjuoy.
It addition to thit, rt would ktV4 f A peo
pit knots that tri.Y tontinm to do JOI1
PRITn at our OLD R 4TES
wfitxh trers alu-ayt Lovt er tlinn Else
whfro in tut? rnnnls- t
w TFIG A Ti -a
ADVERTISING IS DONE
CURAT till IN THIS PAPER
Til A A ELSEWHERE IN THE
FOTICE 1 All pereene knowing them
Wei to be indebted In J. W. Barkhnret
Fro., of I ninnvilla. Ohio, arc hereby enlicl
ted to r II and eeltle their acconnte on or
before tha 10ih of .Innnnry next, aa we de
S're. to start tha New Year with a new book
Many oftfaete acconnte have been of long
standing, and they Mt'flT be settled imme
diately eilher by payment of the money, or
w u giving oi notes.
J. W. BARKItCKST A BRO.
Pecerober 14, lSSu-Sw.
ACT" Xotico new
- It it now SKid that the Sic
mer Mink will resume tior business
wvr lneuntnonc nir. ncia in
Sherwood's Hull tlurng the holi
day, cleared something npwnrd of
one hundred dol'.nrs.
1 Thanks to Jion. James A
Garfield, for a copy of liis speech in
the Hortse of Jt'inesectstives, on
l)ecerabor 16, 1S6!).
5r Oar former townsman, J. C
Morrison, now ofT. C. Jenkins' Ton
and Coffue Honso, 273 Liberty St
rittsburg, fa., has onr thanks for
a package of superior Black tea.
WJy Mr. A. 1. Havener common
ced his official lorm as Sheriff ol
Jforifftn Uonnty, on Wednesday,
Kx Sheriff Murdiick wit' assist him
until he gets thorouhy acfiuain-
wd with the duties of iho ofllco.
John S. Adair is in Colnm
bus as represontalivo of the Morgan
County Apriculttirnl Society at the
annual meeting of the 8tnto Board
of Agricultnrf .
Ths TEMnnApn. Bvory one in
terested in tho keeping up of the
Telegraph line botwooti hero and
ZancsTille, will bo well pleased to
learn that some of onr citizens are
about to purchnso it, if tUy h
not done so already.
L-. ' .
RiviVEn. ViTe had supposed that
the "little nnplonmntness" between
1'yle, ot tlio Herald, and Aduir, ol
the Agricultural Society, hnd run
fts cour60, and died, and been bur-
ried whore it so richly desorvee .
.But it seems we are mistaken, as
last week's issue of the Herald con
lained near a column of an edito
rial on the questions involved in
their controversy, and which the
Socretary has answered by a com
munication foand olsowhere in this
paper. A pootio genius, who livos
hereabont, parodises Prentice's eff
usion on Editor Bonnet and Sena
tor Prior, thusly:
Editor Pyle, In noting ths Fair,
Brands as a roirue John 6. Adair I
And John 8. Ariair, with very tuucb atyla,
Brandt at a rogua Idilor Pylol
But, we would sot awaar
w hirh one la unfair,
Fyle or Adair!
Forhapa, when they have dona
With their unpleaiaut run.
Both will regrttthey ever begua.
In Jail. For Home three or four
weeks back, a German, named llor
man Berg, a traveling Silversmith,
has been working jouruey-worlc for
II. B. Vincent & Bro., and boarding
at tho Tost IIouso. On last Sutur
day, after closing up his engage
ment at Vincent's, he got on a drun
spree, and gut hold of two
watches belonging to John Fogle,
bar keeper at the Post House, and
another watch belonging to Dr.
Simmons, one of the proprietors of
said hotel, and promised to nut
thorn in good repair and return
them. He ccr.tinued on In his
drinking ui(Tl Monday, whon ho
ombarkud for Beverly, forgetting
to leave two of said watches behind
biro, and having traded the other
one to A. Millur, silversmith in Mal
ta. He was followed by an officer,
found in Beverly, whero lie bad sold
one of the watches for one dollar
and sixty cents to Charles Clymor,
Ho wai arrested, brought up here
on Wednesday, tried boforo Unq.
GaylorJ, and sent to jail for three
days. II. B. Vincent & Bro. eay
that Berg was honest and upright
in his dealincs with them.
'Di-tch Axnr' ia a Philadelphia iniser
who keeps hiruself alive by begging
Tha other day the house in which be
lives took fire, and the old man would
not leave it becauae his money chest
was too heavy to take with him. lie
was found almost suffocated, clasping
tha old trunk with both arms, and was
dragged out juet iu time to save his
For the Conservative.
Mr. Editor : Allow me, through
the columns of yourpaper, grateful
ly to acknowledge the reuoiptof an
elegant, easy chair, from the ladies
of my congregation. Tins la a do
nation to the com forts of my study,
and 1 hope it may bave a reflex in
fluence aiid contribute largely to
that religious instruction and spir
itnal food so necessary for the
strength ard growth of the thil
dren of God. These tokens of kind
ncss tend to ccmunt the hearts of
friends, and especially of Pastor
and people. May the blessing of
uoit rest upon th donors, and may
that "Love which is the kond of
porfectness," ever exist between us
For the Conservative.
Lines Written on Christmas
Morning, A, D., 1869.
BY AN OCCASIONAL CONTRIBUTOR.
'Twtts night upon Judoa hills,
The bloating flock a retire,
While all around is Natura l huah,
When lo, the heavenly choir I
The ulnd refrain the evening breete
mis w in csnoplierd eur j
The ruatio Shphords start aghast
Such melody to hear I
Xo song of osrth ere seemed so sweet
As 'hot the angola sang :
"Glory to God, good news to tnenl"
So the grand chorus rang.
"To you is born to day," they sav,
"In lW'tlilehem, Pnrid a pi nee,
Of David's line-a rogal heir
The iiarbingor of Grnco I"
"You'll find Him," say the heavenly
"Not cradled with tho great,
In purple wrapped or linen fine,
Secure in palace stato j
"But go to Hethlehom's stable low
Among the lowing herd,
And in a manger, lowly laid,
An infant voice is heard.
Behold your Savior, sinful man,
Your Maker and your King I
Behold the Sin-atoning Lamb
Unto an erth-worm cling 1"
'Tin thus the grand old carrol ran,
In ancient ( liriatmaa time,
So will we now take up tho strain,
A voice for every cliuie I
"ell teach our children each tho
That we have learned bofore.
Iliat thoy may prniao II im to their
As our sires did of yore.
Now to the Ood whoao love has
Such good to fallen man,
Bo glory paid as glory's due
Forever more Amen I
Marr, the MntW of Joaita.
Died of a Frying Pan.
"Died of a frying pan," is the cp-
taph which the Columbus (Geor
gia) Epo,uiror appropriutoly he.
longs to the graveyards of thous.
ands of southern people on nrcoiint
tho ninnnor of preparing food in
thut part of tho country. Tho edi
"liis standard food is a picco of
irieu ; too I ill laucn anj with
flour or meul mixed into a hcavv
mass and consigned to tho inovitn
bio frying pan, and out comes a
lump of leathery looking something
which the stomach of an ostrich
could not digest. Give him a chic
ken, and what does ho do with it?
Cuts it up, and into the frying pan
goes ; after Doing slowly simmer
d until hard, it is put into a doop
diah and grease poured over it, and
what is not soaked up in the chick
on, is made way with by soaking
frying pun brcna in it. Give
a rich, juicy steak, and into
frying pun it goes,end is slow
ly simmered until n.i knifo will cut
and thon eaten with heavy bread
soaked in the remaining fat ; and
thus good, wholesome food, in quan
tity sullicient to afford a wholesome
meal for a French artisun'a family,
by the frying pan process rend-,
erod not only barely enough for
man but convertod into a slow
poison and n frightful source of dia
oaso. Scarcely a day passes but
some poor sufferer applies to me for
relief from "frying pan disoaso,"
whichroliofl am unable to give
without an cntiro change in his or
habits and unless such chante
effected, whoao appropriate eni
taph will bo. y
"Died of a frying Tan."
Business and News.
tiif We Still have a cood aaanrt.
mcntof Fitch, Mink and the cheaper
Furs which we will now clote out at
prices to auit the closest buyurs. Call
on John B. Stone.
As old Arisona trapper who hatjutt
scalped his fifteenth Indian, says :
'It's good slaying out there this sea
son.' Stair If you have a cough, don't neg
lect to procure a bottle of Duncan s
Expectorant. It has been successfully
used in this country for nearly thirty
years. Hold only by John B. fctone.
Mvoa Hall, of New York, thus sets
forth the advantages of the city he
presides over : 'Here you enjoy exten
sive freedom freedom in newapayer
abuse, freedom to gamble iu Wallst.,
freedom in marriage, freedom in di
vorce, flee lager, free fights, froe vot
ing, free love.'
r,,a Codfiah snd Crsnberries at D
H. Mortley t Co s Deo. 21 3w.
A Taii couiueks gats a good living
by giving 'characters' to servants seek
Tickles in quart, halfgallon, and
gallon bottles, at D. II. Moi tley & Co's.
tf. Lookout this week, for New
Goods, at Sill's.
Madams Ritori recently wrote
Miaa Kate Field : "Can I ever forget
your dear country, where I pasted
year and a half so delightfully, receiv
ing the warmeat testimonial of affec
tion from every clnas of society, enjov
ing perfect health, breathing in sir
charged with vitality, and feaating my
eyes on allies as blue as thoae of Italy I
. ww j always speak of you
country wuh enthusiasm, bearing
memory engraved upon my heart, and
wishing that a provokingly wide and
indigestible aea did not separate me
from peoplo that I so anxiously long
I- A good stock of Stationerv. Ho
siery, OIovm, Suapendemlors, and No
tions, conatnntly kept at SiU'e.
A tirv fashionably dressed youth
hanging on to a Central avenue lamp
post, in Cincinnati, en last Friday eve
ning, and endeavoring to 'csat up
accounts, became highly incensed st
gentleman who, noticing his forlorn
condition, told him to put his finger
down his throat, and make an end of
the business at once
'Look'ere, Miaser, are you hic) boas-
ing this puke, or am I (hie) T
The gentleman patted on.
"Hot Corn" this Is the season
for pop corn and to enjoy it. you sho'd
nave one nr bill s nice poppers.
Tnt Berlin Kreus-Zeitnng pronoune
es Butler "the grealett living Ameri
IWu Our stock of Trunks. Baskets.
and other goods, ia full and complete.
unciinatuii out a.
Okb of the leading
Shanghai, China, is a live Yankee. lie
ships twice as much tea as any other
firm in the country, attends two chur
chs, leads the choir at one, is a treas
urerofa missionary socioty, engineer
of a fire company, member of a regatta
association, Uacher in a Sunday school
assistant editor of a newspaper, mem
bcr of the Asiatic Society, and priiicl
pal speaker at a debating club.
If have ouite a lot of aomnrt
hand atrhes in aood order, that wo
wi i dispose of at very LOW bargain.
Persons wanting good timo nieces, with
small investment, can bo accommo
dated. II. B. VINCENT Bro
How B. IL Hill's advice to thepeo
pie of Georgia is, "Do nothing, ssy no
tA. For choice FamilvOroeorlea nn
place in town otlcrs better indue
mennts than at Sill s.
i.ono uovrnxMiNT. a mad princess
the house of Bourbon, on being ask
ed why the reigns of queens were, in
gonoral, more prosperous than the
reigns of kings replied: 'Because tin
der kings, women govern-and under
tM. All persons indebted to FT. B
incent A llio.. are rcom-Ktail rn call
and settle up inimediutoly.
Ok a tombstone in a churchyard in
Ulnter is the following epitaph 'Kree
ted to the memory of John Phillips,
accidently shot as a mark of affeoiion
The rrmaininif lot Tnva f h
iiooic btore will be sold at a great bar
gain, j noy must tie sold.
1 wo Irishmen were in prison, the
one for stealing a cow, the other for
stealing a watch. Hello, Mike, what
o'clock is it T said the cow-steuler to
other. And sure, Put, I haven't
any timepiece handy, but I think it is
most milking time.
tofc. New Apron Patterns for Misses-
a nice line of Velvet Kibbona, just
ri'veiYcu Mb liailiuay a vo s.
A Newspiper just started in Oswepo,
New York, declares It will be neutral
religion and politics, as it "knows
li'tle of the former, and nothing
whatever or the latter. '
tfi The stock of Sckool Books snd
Mationery at tho Hook Store of Adair
Bros, ia complete, and they guarrantee
sell as low as they can be bought
As Irishman, writing a -ketch of hit
says he early ran away from his
father became he discovered he was
Notwithstanding the great rush
the Jioolt More of Adair Bios., dnr
the Holidays, they manage to keep
a good assortment of everything in
line. They aim to ploaae and ac
commodate fill who favor them with
Tin other day a man was found
mounted on a ladder with his lips firm,
presaed to the telegraph wires. He
kissing his wife in Albany "by tel
egraph." Balmoral Skirts, cheap and good
Soxs one calls A ably 'a coincidence
wind, belly and bair oil, who never
intentionally injures anybody, but
life has been an abuse of exist
Switches I Switches I I Switch
M I best quality of Mohair, at Hal.
Si Co s.
Srsiiiso of the war, Ex-Secretary
Stanton once said : "The hand of an
overruling Providence was with us
through all, and nowhere was his pre
sence more manifest than in the pre
servation of the thousands of men who
sent down South by sea in trans
ports ill-adapted to the service."
Vk. Persons who like a cup of tea
THAT LS TEA, will please call and buy
L .1... 1- i ... J
uctv iu town, oi jo nil v. rstone.
Fiss-Paoor furniture is the latent sci
entifio announcement in Germany. It
that a German chemist, aoting un
der a commission from a fire insurance
company, discovered that impregna
tion with a concentrated solution of
salt renders all timber fire-proof.
suit, too, renders wood proof a
gainatdryrot and the ravages of in
sects. It is proposed to turn this dis
covery to account in extinguishing
if. Itoaated Coffee, in pound paper-try
it I Only 3U cents a pound, at
-U Hoop KkirU, only 75 cents and
Tas colossal statue of President Lin
coin, modeled by H. K. Brown, in
Philadelphia, to be erected in Union
Park, New York, has been completed
1 he very best Young Hyson t
for sale by D. & C. W. Mumtney. tf.
Oxs hundred thousand dollars is the
sum proposed to bo raited for the fam
ilyofMr. Btanton. Treaidont Grant,
on Monday, gave 11,000.
W The beat shot-gun powder in
town at x. x t;. w. siuminey s. tf.
''roBB but tho bravo deserve the
fair" and none but the brave can live
with some of thein.
Cash raid for corn bv'D. A C.W
Ix JS62 some workmen kindled a fire
in a Missouri coalmine to warm them
selves, and latt week it was found still
tfL. Provisions of all kinds, good and
rreth, for sale now by 1). & C. W. Mum
Down Piatt speaks of Mr. Sumner's
voice as "buah-whacking the depthsof
his sensation stomach."
BJ)u. New Orleans' Molasses. Svriin.
norgnum, iionnny, Koans, Corn ileal
and i'otatoca. all). II. Mortley A Cos.
ieo. oi ow.
New Orleans' Sugar.
New crop of Now Orleans' suear. bv
the bstrel or single round, ririme. at
v. ii. aiortiey Lo s. Uec. 31-3W,
ttff Beat ouslitv of chewinir tobacen
lor saie ny v. ecu. w. summer, tf.
On the Slat of Dee., in Mcf onnnla.
villo, by Elder Enoch Dye, Mr Henry
Palmer, of Illinois, snd Miss Eve Har
ris, of Bloom tp., this county.
At the house of the bride's father
Deo. 30th, by the Rev. JohnKellv, Mr.
Wm. Powor and Miss Naner M'oTinn.
aid, both of Morgan co., O.
MARRIED. REPORT OF THE
TREASURER OF THE MORGAN CO.
Jan 1869, to Jan. 1st, 1870.
borrowed lor ,-oc'
Amount carried from Isnt year,
reo'd from Treas. M.C. 200 00
" sale of hav, SI 26
" M. Ticsets, 4'.'B 00
" tay ' fr47 gx
of prcnis. overdrawn, 4 00
from rents of ground, 25 00
" See. A. 8. for stall
rents, Ac, 132 00
advanced by Treas. 3 41
Total, 1550 80
Am't psid for prems., error of
Uommittee, 2 00
" money loaned Soc'y , 2C0 0H
" CTpeiiHes to S. I., 12 45
material for repairing
ground, 38 87
" JohnS. Adair, sslary, 60 00
r. M. Kahlor ' 15 00
repairing ground, SS 90
gate keepers and polien, 57 00
" for hniiliug oomniiltee, 6 80
" " Cloi-k hire, 6 00
litl or on ground and
fixing pump, 39 50
Adair llros., merchan
dise turnixhed .Society, 3 8:
nr.h woor factory
lor lunihur, 12 35
borrowed money and
interest, 213 00
Herald odice for print
ing, r,0 00
Conservative for print
ing and paper, 40 SO
coal and drnyatre, J5
Huenell & Morgan for
printing- colored poetera, 12 b0
J. K. JtukoiiLrod for
printing Member and com
plimentary tickets, 10 00
.Sullivan ft Urown for
printing entry and nremi-
um tickets, 0 Jo
Express charges on
sundry pnekagea, 2
f (.-initio hriictrinnim, 5
, t'rems. puid of ItOi, 110 43
Amount of premiums awarded
by Society, 071 50
ot premiums paid by
Treasurer, 610 00
" of premiums due
and unpaid, . 81 50
671 60 671 50
F. M. KAHLER, Treas.
McCONNELSVILLE, Jan. 6, 1870
FLOUR Best f.miiv 85 50:
W1IKAT-1.00 per bushel.
COUN MKAL-0,80 per boshel.
COrtX 6.1 per bualifcl, wholesale.
BAULKY. Sprinir. 80.90. Fall. 81.05.
OATS 40 tents per bushel, wholesale
Hay 815 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY 8KKI--3,00 wholesale
FLAX SKMt -81 75 to 2 00.
KKANS82 00 per bushel.
DRIKI) At'l'LKS.- 6os. tier nnnn.l
DItlKl) I'KA(;HK3--f2 50 per bush.
rill Alur.O-CU 4U per DUih.. at
BUTTKR - 30 cts. perroonj.
KGOS 30 els. per dog,
FKATI1EK3 . 75 cts. ner lb.
SUOAR-x.15 to 20 cts. per lb.
WII1TKSUUAK -. 20 to 22 cts.. lb.
COFFEK 25 to 33 cts. per lb.
TEA- 1 00 to 2 00 per lb.
MOLASHKHSorgum 50 by bsrrel, CO
to 70 per eallon.
syilUr 81 00 per gallon.
LAUD 15 to lticts per pound, whole
CANDLES 20cts per lb.
SOAP by har 10c.
COUFLSH 12cts per lb.
HALT 81.75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 els per lb.
fclDKS Picketed, 15 cts per lb.
L AKIiOS UIIj SOcts. per gallon.
L'lNSEi'JU OIL-1.33 ner uallon.
LARD OIL 2.00 per oullun.
LAND FOIt SALE.
The undersigned now offers for tale about
190 acres of Land, a partof the farm known
aa the "Williuint Farm," tituate in Uuion
lownabip, Morgan couuty.Oliio, ami in the
Durk itun Oil mgiou. Also 7S acrea otaanie
farm encumbered with a dower titate. Tha
uneiuLUiuberad part ia well improved, well
timbered, well Watered, ar.d contaiui a vary
good farm dwelliug aud an orchard, aud
will be sold in tracts -o mil purchasers.
Further inloriuutiuD concerning this luud
cau be obtuiucU by calling ou me at uiy ro
aideuce ueur the fremiaea, or addressing ine
at Malta, Ohio, or hy inaiiiring at the 7aw
ollicnof Fond, Corner k rniilka, at McCou
nalsville. LIWIH THOMI'KON,
Executor of the WiUofiaaas Williaiui.
Jaa. 7, 1870 w.
NEW AUl EKtKSKMtKlSi.
Tb Brat is The Chrapt st !
IE TN A
INSURANCE CCMP'Y HARTFORD.
Jt LY I, lti!.
- "By their fruitt ye know them."
Losses paid In fOr Beam.
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGA
Accepted at aa
WT FAVORABLE RATES
At srseentlatrnl with solvency ami rHs-
JAMES WATKINS, Aoewt.
Jan. 7, 1870. McConnolsvillj O
Xntirs la tierehv in thai 9.1:.- r
nuaa-ll has toon dulv
of the last will and taalsmeiit of William
Rutaell, dereaa-d, late of Morpsn cn., Ohio.
All persona havinff claims nin.tii,....
tata of aaid dreessed, are notified to proaont
r.i.inr. r.. KUBatLI. EXCrntrix.
Tan. 7, 1870-w.
Thomat Crew vs. A. W. Stewart, el al.
By virtue of an order to aell and to me
directed from the Court of Cn. ,..,. pi....
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the nbove enti-
tied action, I will offer for eale at public
n,.v..u, ... uuur ui me i.ouri iiotiHe lu
McConnelaville, in mid Morgun couutr. on
r, . '
B4TraOAV,TSS 8TB BAT Of Ft SBCASY, UTl
ainne O'clock, r. H., of said dny, the fol
lowing real estate aituate in Morcau conn
iv.vi-witi i,ota numhered S4. si. as t
k, ann v, annate In the addition to the
town in i-rnnnvuie, in anid Morgan count
ippraiio.1 at $50 00. Terma of aale, eaa
n. v. iia r.nt.K, nuunn l.c O
J. T Ctw, Atfy,
January 7, 1S70 5w.
NTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS;
Ths eubecrlber offcra to ths eilisens of
A rare chance to avail themsclveiof thoun
paralleled bcnrlita of
hREATLT IMPIlorEn AIt
V ATEiVTEP jr.B IKH, lSt.
The moat tUCCeast'ul Konther HrMaaMt, w
offered to I h pullle, aud wo venture the
preuiciion tnat it never will be excelled, for
ururra to ue exactly what a II eon. Ill
and qualities of Feathers net-d t-i rendr
them light, clean and healthy. Tho clean
aing ladouo entirely by atcam. Ko lire
cornea near the feathers, ranaequently un
,.7 , uuruius;, acorcuing, or oilier
injurinR mem, wmcii ia an objection
able fuattire in hot air nod
chines. By this nroreaa ell mihs
troyed and removed. Hi Pnmli.n
et, mo lil.rea relieved from tbeir niatt,l
poaitiona, giving to a hcl an astonishrng
... , uiiuu mure mail ono nail i
abio removing all diaagrccable scent, which
vfy common to new as well as old
In lint giving, the appearance
and essential qualities of new Feathers, ami
relieving them from all liability to moths,
the removal of tha gummy orglutinoua
matter from the quill. ;u all place, where
this macbiue haa been introduced, I have
been presented with teitimoninla f ih.
mn.i anproveu cnaracter, from ladiea and
gentlemen of the first reapectability, ex
pressive of their entire confidence in this
iiciuoa ' reuovatins l eathers, nnl
account of the nreaent lui,i .n.i i-..'
comfort they allbrd, but also on account
theconfideut belief they entertain of the
unrsuiiiiy oi in work. Man v of th
tons aneak from noaitive tnnu.. k..
had beds dreaaed by ateain more' than
'""7 .touts ago, anil tnoy eouaidnr the x
penaa trilling compared with tha h.n,.H.
,iJr?.d j ick, of b"1' dr""'ti will be waih-
ii mrru, ior ou centa. One bed only
dressed at a time, conteflueully there will
no mixing of Feathers. jr- .
your beet or pooreat, old or now, provided
areOaeaa or Duck Foathera, and I mil
wurrvn. eansacnon or no cargt I
STATE AND COrxfT RIGIITS
FOR SALE t
Fw This selsbrated machine la new U
operation in ths weat and ol C Burckholt-
c. n. iiowAim,
Dae JT, 18d9-2mo
C. L. II ALL,
Wholesale ana Retail
11 ELL, STREET,
SU BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM js
May 7, 169 tf.
BbrrltTa Sale on Allachmcnt
Martha F. Harry va. Enoeh N. teo.--T!y
virtue of an ordor to eell and to me diree-
"I from the Court of Common I'loaa of
county, Ohio, in the abovo entitled
; !, i win oiii-r f.ir aale at public e'tc
tion at the doer ot the Court House in Mo.
innnriBTiiie in anid county on Tuesdav
. i i "V or January. A. P.. IH70, at oae
... ' i "i eaia osy, the rollowini
real estate aitunte in aaid cnur.l or Xf
gan, to wit: All the interest that the aaid
Enoch N. Lee haa in aubdivlsions f, 5, and
lO of eeotion SX, town 8, range 13, of landa
aold at Zanesville, Ohio, as latlvd en the
nu'iiiora nooit ot Slomaii eotmtv. Ohio.
,.ii.iiiiiiiik do arrea. Ai'nraiaeu al23S 90,
lerma ol enln, eaah.
J.O. MUltMCK, Bheriffof M. C.,0.
J. E. Kis. R. H.aaa, Ally's.
Deo. 17, JBKO ivr.
Mmslrr Commissioner's tale.
louriei i nmmnn ricas. J.rn, on en.,ni.
'""""""i . Dimpson, piamtiir, s
Thomas Alexander and James gingreo, rie.
icunniiw wruur to HrU.i,tira is here,
by gi ven that by virtue of en Order of Kale
leaned by aaid court, in the above antitlerf
action, and to me directed, I will oli'er for
ale at public auction, at the door of ths
conn nouse, ot anid county, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15TT, A
ai ine nonr erone (I) e'cIocV, V. M.. of
saia nay, ine iniiowiug real estate situate
in sain county of Morgan and Btateor Ohio,
In win The east half nt ih. ..xi7 ....
quarter ofaectinn twenty-two (22), in town
ship ten ( 10). of ranire eteran Mil
ing and reserving the following parcels of
aaid tract, to wit: Dcginning at the aonth
west corner of aaid tract and running
thence north to the Hiate road, thence
easterly with sa!d Htftte rood until within
four (4) rods atho aoulh line of said tract,
thenceoaat ten (101 rods, tlx msn smith iV.it a-
(4) rods to the aoulh line, thence west to
me pinco oi bugmning, eoiitaining about
four (4) acres more or less) alio, all that
I'nrifpiuic aoove described tract hereto
ore conveyed to the ' Old R.n,f,l r...
terian fhurch." known as tl,. ul'l.....,i
Gmve Church," refcrrnre being hnd to said
deed (or the description of the land horobv
intriiiieii to ue excepted, and supposed to
contain about one (1) acre, bo the aamo
more or .ess. Appraised at fj,4nn 00.
Terms, ensh. J. T. t'KKW,.
MaMer Commissioner, M. C, O.
V. F. I'owis, I'laintifl't Attorney.
Dccceinber 17th, 8f.u 6w.
Blierias Hnle on XotteatStiT'
John Knyt vt. Ttaxil L. fedley.
Uy virhie ol an ordor to tell, and to ma
directed, Irom the Tourt of Common Pleas
of Mornim couulv, tjliio, in the above en
titled action, I will ntler tor tale at public
auction, at the door ot the Court House, In
Met nntivlevillo. im aaid county, on M
ilajr, the list day of Janunrv, A. !.. M7u(
at one n clock, r. M., ol ani l due, the fol
lowing real esliita aituato in aaid county ot
.Morgun, to-wit' Hnig a part of fractional
section nuiiiie-r town v, range ia. Ingn
ningatthe south-west corner ol' aa id Ine
lioimt section, thenao running with toe
aouth boundary line the'eof .mrt ldl.ai)
polea to the corner of John Hcnry'a lot,
ihenes running with anid Iknry'a line
north IS degrees cast 87. in poh-e t a tlonc,
thence 20.70 point to the eant boundary line
i sum iracnonai section, tnenca runmug
norm xi vj eoiea to a atone imv corner of
the Josiah V nrd lot, thonca running with
saiil Ward's line and line of William halt
keld'a west IHu en polea to a ato.ie en Die
west boundary line of said terliun, theitee
running with taid west line 88.52 polot to
ino place of beginning, continuing V5.4J
acrea, lie tue tame moro or less, ex.inin
acres out of the north eait corner of aai
tract to run from tho ridge road to ths grade
road, aud to bo nil' ol tho north aldo ol anid
trncl it beiiiK the homestead assiifiieil In
Jane Merfloy In said premises In the case
A. W. Stewart va. Ilnsil 1,. Medley. At.
praitod at $2,20(1 un. Terma of aale, oa.h.
J . V. Alt-Riii'CK, BherifTM. C..O.
J. E.A Kis. K. IhiKi, Atty't.
lV-Mi,,ier .11. IHOV iw.
i. O. WAI.ISB.
A. W. WALKER
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST ISO! ICE I
PHICE9 will attit ths times. Allor
dera atcompaniod by a responsible name
be promptly filled. Thia firm it al
wayt up to the latest fimhioDt, and warrant
their clothing to ttand the scrutiny of tha
fastidious. Thcv keeno-ooils L.,ll K
yard or in any shape to suit purchaacrj.
xaiiica vioaaiag aiwayt on Band.
CALL, E tni,Y IICFORB THE
afar. 19 ly.
Adams & Iv'nlilnr
a well aelected stock of Drv Gooda.
Uroceries, (juoenaware, Boots and bboet,le.,
RE A TLT REDUCED PS CES
STORE i-Sorth-Wfit Corner of CtHtcr nnd
M'Conneltvllle. O 1 1
April 11 ly.
dealer in mechanic't Tools, Farm Imple
ment, fr.ililinrr ral..i..n QI.Air It' .1
w .uu.v.,,t,u, uuoii Jlttril-
Cordage, IIouso Furninhinir r,,,..,l.
TIN AND SHEET IRON TV A RE
uppoaita I tie t'ourt HouBe,
M ' C o a a a i.miui, Dmn.
fVKKY PAUMKK Bbould plant
"Kurly Kobo" I'otatoca. Tltey
the earliest Iu cultivation, produces
bundantly, and cannot ha surpassed, at a
variety, pure teed ran bo hud by
calling ou A. P. Btulls, Zano.villo, Ohio.
toon, as ths ttoclt ia small, or
Vi M. JJAVifl, Aonl,
... MoConnelavllle, Ohio.
Zaneavilla, Oct. 1H, IHOti.
W. r. Titrsizp
the piiblio to call end examine hit
spcuiinun l'hotogrnphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brnlypea, Uvmt, ti ia.. which cniiimt l,
surpasiied anywhere. He hut purfocted si
laijiiHiuciita srhcrebv auv ono run ba an.
eumodated with the fluent of Oil I'ulutlnffa
picturca of ludia Ink Work. Hnom,
Hooue't Heddlor Bhop, in J. C. 6unc'a
Building, Center Btr.ai, M Cennclavtlle,
Zanesville llnslnes Cnrtls.
lilAS. II. BAKKETT,
And DtaUr ia
158 rainSt f
(Opposite tha Zans TToute.)
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
Blank Book Manufbctor ,
fii;e jo ii rmTi;o
Our specially. Mu-ie, Magnainet, Ae.,
oounn in any atyle snd al the chean-s
rnlea. fiV Ulnuk li.x.ke for Count,.
Bmike, Mnschants, Ac., beat paper at Uie
Xnn-sville, Oct. IS, 11S9.
CLOSING CUT I CLOSING OUT !
CLOSING OUT I
FURTI1KH DEDUCTION IN ?niC
13 AT THB CHEAT
03 jhx. xai jsn
Which will ccntinue from day today
ill bear Id mlnj that thateOOODfl
must be: SOLD !
rcy TrfosE who comb karlt.
WILL OET TUB BBKUAINS I
Lnrrr f lork still to be Dis
posed oil l
In Great Vsrlrtj,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON 1 1
Cloths and trends wear, Ladies' P rasa food a
and Trimminss. I.ona: and Square Shawls,
"" i'ltiiiiornis. cinass a ml Mantillas,
Ribbnn, tiloves and Hosery, Notions sad
Fancy floods, Carpatiucs end Oil clothe.
Boots and Bhoca. Huts and L'nna. f!l ..J
QuecnKwnre. Whito Goods, Kiubroidery,
hacca, I'uner aud Linen collars. Lnnki..
Classes and Carpet Boes, Fresh Family
Groceries, and a general line ot seasonable
Which wa will tne ptenure In thswiaf va
all who give ua a call I
rnocrcE WASTED t
AHB1UNKKH OF 8. C. B.
MaConntlavllle, 0., Ocl. Is, Uo9.
B. 0. RrewHter returna thanks t a.
and the publin for their aympatbiea ia
late n-isi'orliinet, as evinced br words
actiont. and honva for a euntinii.n,. mt
aamo in the effort he ia now nL;. l.
retreive hit disaatere, promising on hit part
use hia'best exertions to save hit credit
ore from losses, so far aa he eaa
Oct. Ii, lstty.
J. T. CREW,
O P F 1 C B i
Brewster't Btore, near Court QwstW
Ail CoIIfeliom Promptly illtndtd to.
MEAT SHOP !
llavingjust put new and beautiful rs
rairtupou my room, on tho Public Hqmre,
am now prepared to accommodats my
cuuioiiieri ith tha chniceat meats- I am
detrriitined not to ha undersold or excelled
the nuiiiiuty or quality of mout sold.
Thaukful for punt liivora 1 still aolieit
of the pitblia iiatrouage. The high
cash price paid for hides.
Those who are indebted to me en aid ac
are rnpiested to call and settle, at I
to square up my bookt and will bar,
do only a Cueu business.
A. J. UK A I.
April 59 ly.
W.n. KELLY, M.D.
May ie ronud at luaniilceea
THE 60I T1I-UEMT tOUSEH
all timet, when not absent oa freleee.
Inn l butiuan,