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JOUKTH A. KKf.l.Y. ItniTtlR.
XTCONNELSVILLE, OHIO :
Friday, Jan. 2. It0.
sr LEOA T. -w
Wu ADVKRTSiyn 18 DDXK
CI EAT Lit 7,V THIS PAPh'H
THAN KLSKWHKRK IN TIIK
A Change at the Town Post
Tout Mooter Cromwull rins em
rli.vcil WiiliKin Fouls, W. A Sill's
ciltl assintiiiit, who will be in tliof
fico nt tVe tune of opening and (!
tributinif of the mails; He will
o be in tlio oflluo on FrUlny'n when
tlio moot oflho crosn mails oro tnnde
tip. Tins is a movement wliich will
prove salmfttelory to the public.
Tlio Fifteenth Amotultiioiit
has pasod the Ohio Legislature.
. A 'BiaIIoa."Tbo Dresden Mon
itor of tbo 20th inst. has the follow
ing item on the hog of tbo period :
'Tbo 'big hog' oflho Statu bus been
fori nd at lust. An exchange snys
Hubert Bcvington, of Knox town
ship, lliilmos county, bns a bo(
three years old. weighing twelve
bnndrud piiands. It is nine (cot
long, .ix fo t four inches'around
the bsnrt, and four (out in height."
tmr Georgo V. Cruwlonl, of Sci
oto county, fifteen yours old, stands
six feet ono inch high, measures a
round tho shouldors threo foot elev
en inches, forty-ono inches around
the chest, forty-two inches around
the hips, wears a No. 10 boot, and
is billing to test bis strength with
any boy of the some hce in Amer
ica. "Bring on 3'onr Irishman."
YjCNO ladies may admire their
clergymen, but they oneht not to be
0,uite carried any with them.
AlTnoicui tlio population of New
Jersey is not over 1,000,000, she
pays more uicomo tax than any oth
er Stato, excepting fmr.
A Miknessota hotel keeper ndver
tisea a ball at bis bnnsn, and says :
"The dancing will ombrooe ovory
known style and will continuo 12
A MTTI.E girl who was sont out
to hunt og'rs thou tr lit it strnngo she
did not find any, as thero w..re sev
eral hens "standing around doing
Gnor.ND-01.AHB windows are said
10 bo dostructivo of health, because
they diminish light. The difference
of light ttansmittod 'through clear
and ground glass is about 50 perct
in favor of the clear glass.
Itjr A scicntitio German recom
mends tho use of hyposulphate of
soda for washing purpoies. Fancy
Bridget poking htr red fuoo io at
tho dining room door and telling
, yourwifo the hposu!phate is all
The Stato of Connecticut propos
es to puss a law restricting people
from procuring divorces until they
havo been married at least for two
Tr the recreant Ohio Roprcscnta
lives who, on Thurnday, under tho
lash of party leaders, betrayed the
trust reposod in them by the peo
ple, are compelled to suffer tho ro
proacbea of their constituents and
tho scorpion stings of their own
consciences, they are, it seems, not
to bo left wholly without consola
tion. Tbo Commercial applauded
their treason, and the colored bre
thren also promptly took them in
hand, and procoeded to apply spir
itual glycerine to the bruises of
their champions. Whilo tho clos
ing scenes of the disgustiug furco of
ratification were in progress at the
State House, we aro informed,
wateh-mceling of the ebony idols of
Kudiculism was held at the negro
Baptist church of Parson Poind ex
ter. Suddenly tho prayers wero in
termpted by n perspiring ATricnn,
. " . - 1 . 1 .
wno loro jraitucuny up mo main
aislo, gasping ont, "It's douo pass
ed I" "Thuuk God for that !" re
sponded a dusky deacon, from tho
steps of the pulpit. "Hold on, dart'
interrupted one of iho brethren,
"Better thank the Republican par
ty fust I" And thereupon tho fol
lowing resolution was proposed and
put Ihrouch with a unanimous
Resolved, Thai tho members
the Ohio Legislature who voted
tho Filteonth Amendment do en
rolled upon the books of this church
AS luembors thereof."
B-otlior Yeatman will probably
bo soon promoted to tho place
Presiding Rldor In this odoriferous
eanctury, and brother Cunningham
cay perhaps bo porinittod to pass
around the contribution box. Cin.
Kiiq. 22nd inst.
MSr Gold closed 111 New York
yesterday t 12"$.
A CARD OF THANKS.
To Mr. St Mrs. Thos. Stewart, Mr.
A Mrs. William S.Mogoo, Mr. t'eo.
11. Msgoe, all of the Eagle Hotel;
also, Mm. N. H. Stewart and Mm.
The kindness and sympathy so
freoly and heartily extended to me
by the abovo named citioms of the
City of Philadelphia, Fn., dnring
tho recent sickness and death of 103
wio in said City, is thankfully and
grotolully acknowledged by me,
and will ever bo cherished In mem
ory as acts of Cluistiiin spirit and
m'ljrnonimity that cannot fail to
meet their duo reward.
H. B. VINCENT.
McConnelsville, O., Jan. 27, 1870.
A New Daily and Wkkkly Pa
per. A first-class Daily Paper, the
special feature of Which will bo the
local interests of Znncsville and
Muskingum county. It will adhere
to strict impartiality in nil political
questions, and nt the sumo time freo
ly discuss tho loading issues of the
It will odvncuteno man's per
sonal interest', but will always be
found on the sitlo of tho right' &c.
No names are given in the prospec
tus, It is rumored that Messrs. J.
B. Roberts, Charles IT. Bean, Josh
ua Minor, V. T. Beaty, and ottier
persons, nro engaged in the enter
prise. Wo learn ttint it willbo con
ducted by practical printers; assis
ted perhaps in the editorial depart
ment by a writer of conhidersblo ex
perience, who was recently employ
ed on tho City Times and tbo Work
men. Wo aro also -informed that
tho typo has been procured from
Cincinnati ; that tho power press in
Sullivan k Brown's cfflco havebcon
purchased ; and thut tho ofllco of
tho now daily will bo in Maginnis'
Block. "Tho more tho merrier."
Tho cunvnssera claim to bo lapidly
taking tho Currier's subscribers,
and tho projectors proposo to "occu
py and possess" tho vrliolo field of
journalism in this city: Wo certain
ly wish them no bad luck, but all
t'no encccss they may merit achieve
of George D. Prentice.
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 22d. Geo.
D, Prontico. of the Louisville Courier-Journal,
died this morning nt
No editor in tho United States
was bettor known, or moro ndmired
by his friends, than George D.
Prentice. Asa poot ho stood de
servedly high, llo was loo ijood
poet to feel a poet's envy at the
success 6f others, nnd ho did more
to givo rivals in verso just fume,
than any other, and nil other living
poets combined; Asnn editor, Mr.
Prentice held his fiimo as the first of
American wits and "the fiercest ami
most relentless of nil combatants.
A book of witticisms, taken from
tlio Louisville Journal, called -Pren-lieenna
wns a litiluro. To realize
the wit of Prefitiuo, it was necessa
ry to know all Iho surronndings.
Transferred to n book, that which
was keen and flashing nt tfio mo
ment, became tamo and insipid by
Doing Kept. Hitter and remorse
less as ho was In a nowspapur war
with an opponont, Mr. Prentice
had a kind heart, and . would frooly
share bis lost dollar with friend cr
foe in greater want than himself.
Fursuant to a ljouriiinent a few
tho frit-rids of Horticulture mot
tho llorald office, on litBt Saturdny.
Mr. Jocr,h Sigler prcsuntud tho fol
lowing rurieties of ajiplos, viz ;
Blue Puurniuin, Scnrli't Swoot, Win-
tor Sweot rantllico, IIubbnrJnon
Norisuch, WJi ito Pipjiin, Yellow
Vnndovcro, Tryor's Rod, Kaighn's
Spitzeuburg, Kigler'g Pound, Cioldcti
Hull, Guto or lidlmont, Pinmbow,
ono unknown unci one Scodling va
riety. Mr. II. Doudna prcnonted
tlie Abhmoroaud tlio Itomon Stem.
After tubLing and dmotiHHing the
inorits ot tlicso several varieties tho
iiieoting wiis citllcd to ordtr, when
tho comraittco ffjijioi nted ut tho lust
mooting presented the following:
Abticle 1. Thiii Society shall
known us tho Morgan County Hort
icultural Socioty, and lU ohjoctslutll
be tho promotion of horticultural
information nrnongntitu membeiH,
Art, 2. IU memben bhall cons
hht ol thoBo persons, paying an an
nual foo of fifty conts, and of such
honorary members who may by voto
be invited to participate In vhe pri
vilogoH of the Society. Tho wives
of members shall bo members with
out a fee.
Aiit. 3. Tho officers shall consist
of a l'rcsidont, Vico President,
Secretary, who shall also net
Treasurer ; all of whom shall
elected at tho April meeting in each
year, and serve until their success
on aro elected. Then officers shall
constitute tbo Executivo Cummit-
Art. 4. Tim Rxerntive Commit-
tee shall havo cbargo of the affairs
of tha Society, call rill special meet
ings, and attend to any exctutivo
btisirxw-s not otherwise provided for
in tho By-Laws or by special vote
of tho Socioty.
Art. 5. This Society shall hold
monthly and other meetings, ns may
be determined by tho By-Laws or
Abt. 6. Tbis Constitution mny
bo amended at r.ny regnlnr meeting
by a two-thirds voto of ttho mem
bers present, notice thereof having
been given at a previous meeting.
After being read, tho nbovo was
unanimously adopted. On motion
it was ordered tl.nt tho Secretary
make out a report of tho proceed
ings of this mauling for publication
in tho ccunty papers. On motion
vhe meeting then ndjournod to meet
again in the same place on Satur-
lay, February 5, at 1 o clock, P. M.
All thoso attending tbo next meet
ing nro requested to rrmg along
specimens I such npplrs as lliey
may have on hand, that we may
have a good exhibition of fruit.
JAMES A. ADAIR, Sec. Pro Tem.
Farm For 8nle !
T will noli nt bnritnin,aiJ ononsy Iffrm,
Iho trnrt ol Inii't in lionier tnwn'hip, Mor
unn connlv. kii'wn nt th Jonh'in Wnro
him Firm. This i a rich pitoe of lan.t.
well nilni!'t tn ruiU viUioii, ronlnining M
m-rcn, irinni'lly clcarcil, balimco g'nil
l-nilirr hK n xc-ll'nl rcml baiik. airou
ly 01 fiiril nnd iu eonililiuii for workinic
nrrhnrit, hnil'liiK'n, "., will hhIib a (mil
hoin lor aonie one ermiMsinn Rivi-n im
inrdintcly. Bhoulil nnyonc want mnrc In ml
11 finnll Irart ail.ioiuing can ho pim-hatci
on ronsnnnhlo tprni". Innuiro aoon of
W. f. 81TtA(it:K, McConncUTilic, P.
Jan. 2K'h, 1S7D w.
Ali(;nd Hrown t. Ifnrr'on H. Wt'lo.
ITurrivn I'. Wado will mko n tic-e that a
ra-n in tinsUirily of Ahignil lro'vn s::inat
nun In now pi-nntiiR in tnc ronr 01 entiinon
I'h-n lor flurcnn I mini v. I'lim, 'nni nil ni
tnohmonl in taid cnn hn bi'n IiumI and
anrvril. and Ihntlho can will lio for Irinl i
the Juirh T-ni, A. !.. I7n, of nid rUrt
.if II M K. Jt KIN II. 11ANNA,
jnn P, w AH; i for Plaint If.
I!V VAI.l .lltl.r
! si izi:s
NO BLANK T1CKKTP
ers,rt(ii Ticurr nntwN
vnis.r. moktii iioiti:
Tin i!V Tin: MO Mi
I'.tlZJ FDU IT.
NO JEWFLHY PIJIZI
OlltP 4 U-.ll It'l7.4! Of'.'lOO In Cll
ne f tikli irl.c of fe-'.OO in Ml
flue rnfcli prize ot 5.-'ot In
One rnoli prize of .:14;( In
One 4ii!i luizo or l'20O In
One rush rlo r In
Ttvcnty rnsli vrl.n ol' S50
i Ii In Tr'-iilii4 k4.
One liundretl iil7'H of 10
rn4'li In rrreiiltit'kit
rite liniMlretl ciinIi ti'l7' ri'-
Klnir from M up tn MHK
One IMiiimIj' INiilublc .( 111
Whole No. or 1'iieH,
Tickets limited 10 25,000
Tho drawine of the Moreno Co. Jfewa
geney and Freo Cli It Knterprir.o will tak
placeat MeConnlvilln, ()., ou Siitunlny,
Mureh VII, 1S7U, or u aoon thereafter aa the
ticket are all told. Tha plan of the Knter
lil ue iaao arranged that thoao.wbo pillion-
no it cannot ponnibly looaa anything, hueh
ticket holder will ilnnd a fair and au eipntl
ehunre to obtuiu tho hivhor priun, and,
w hi-.ther fortunuto in tbi rudpeel or not,
will aeeuro a firt cimh if '2 noutipapor atelub
ratea, ao that the ticket or chabce to draw
u valuable prize in realiiy cubic nothing.
Hy pureliaaiiig aueb large Iiiimbera olnews
fiapera, I get thaui at a rato aulhcioutly low
o ennbla mo tn bupply them to my patrona
at ordinary club rate niter paying the
bovo prire and ullowinar for Iho ncceninry
expense of Iho J-'utcrj ri.-ic. 'J'bu it will
Mn tiiai newnpaper con ho procureu tnro
thia Agency aa cheap a they cuu he had
the oliiee of publication (except in canes
where very lurgo club are uenl in ) vhilti
the ticket which ouch iiibdcriber receive
absolutely a FltEK (ilKT. Tbo pri.eawill
bo forwarded at my risk and expenae with
in ten iinya uuer the ilmw.ng. tliuuew
pnpera will be forwarded direct from
ollico of publicutiou within ono week after
the order la received, i iokele will bo for
warded immediately on receipt of order.
The drawing will take place iit pnblio and
win ue auperintcniled py a committee cno
aeo by the ticket holder on the duy of
J..u.:.. r..n i-i. - it., ..t
i,nni,i lfj (nut iw ! n llBb.Pl llllilluv
and price of paper tbut will lo furnished
X. V. Trlliuiie & 1 tlrUet, SI,M
In. liaxelle K 1 lli kel, i4il,.0
The Crisis V I IK kol,
Olilo I'armer &C ln. Ciaz
ette & ItUL.vt, $3,1
Zaneit. Courier At I ticket, l,1
O.N. Journal &1 ticket, il,ftO.
ItlConnvlMvllle Herald &
1 ticket, - . $
The Conservative & 1 tic
ket, . . . I, ft
The oble Co. ItfiiubIN
can . I ticket, 1,00
I furnish no circular, but if thnro ia any
thing connected vytli tlii Kutorprize
la not ur.dertood, it will be explained eith
er personally or by letter.
Money to come at my risk by mail mut
be in the shape of post'ollic money orders,
draft or cnecks, payable to my order or
regiatared letter. Don't aend money by
KxpresCoinpmiieB, unless ou prepay their
charge. Addrosi all order to
JOHN UIRCII, .
juir.M,lS70 2m M ConnolHvillo,
fttf Mrs, Mark Smith has added
another member to the Smith fnmi-
ly In London. Romarkablo I
O.N Sunday morning, tho S.lrd
instant, in Philadelphia, Nira O,
wife of II. B. Vincent, and daught
er of Joseph Kelly, aged 34 j-ears.
Mrs. Vincent had boon ailing for
somo yenrs j and had gono to I lnj
adclphia, in company with her bus
band, very recently, thinking that
a change of climalo would bo bene
ficial to her. Sho was taken with
an aggravated attack ot her old
complrint on tho Thursday morn
ing preceding her den'h ; and, al
though sho had tho bust mediciil
aid to bo had 111 the city, tho great
lestroyor gained tho victory. She
was buried, from the residence ol
her husband, in McConnolsvillo,
yesterday at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Died At her resldoneo, in Mc
Connolsvillo, Jan, 14th, 1S70, Mrs.
Jane Pozmun, in tho u9th year ol
DEATHS. The Markets.
M'CONNELSVILLE MARKET. McCONNELSVILLE, Jan. 27, 1870.
FI.OUR Rel ffniily f i.'iO;
WIIK.VT-81.00 err bmhel.
Ct.ItN MKAL-0.80 pr hnO.d.
(XUN' r," ppr hunhfl, tvlniVsile.
BAltf.KY. Wpritttf, ?0 '.'1). Fall. St '.
OATS- 10 i.etiu u-r biiblnl, whokaule
Iliy 81')(M pnr Inn.
TIMOItlY SKKI -fl.no tolesl.
Ft, AX 8Kr:t -rjl 75 to 2 00.
BKANc? 3" CO per leialml.
D!UI".l) A t'tM.!''.H C;ts. prrponnl.
UHIKD PFACKKS 2 Bu per hiuli.
I'OTATOKS-Sd 40 per ouali., t
ItUTTF.U ."0 cla. perpoiin.l,
K(i(JS 30 eta. per doz,
FKATUKUH 75 cl. prr lb.
SUUAK--sn 10 2a ctp. per lb..
W1IITK SU!j Alt - 20 to 2'1 e'. Ih.
(OKr'I'.K 25 lo 33 els. per lb.
TK A- tl 0D lo 2 00 per
MOI-A.SKS Soiguui SO by barrel, 0(1
to 7'l p'-r (.'al'oi.
Mr'ttUI' ei 00 pt-r (tailnn.
l.Alili lj lo Ue'b per putind, wle!f
CAXULKH 20cU p-r lb.
St) A 1'-- ,y Lar I0't.
C-i )F!r?H 12-ts per !h.
K Ati''-f I 75 per bid.
WOOL if) 10 45 els ncr Ih.
MDK Pirkfl. J, I ft cm ?r ll.
C A It ISO N Ot'.-30r.ls. pur kmILmi.
LiNfKKD Oi.-l,3 p.r ,ful!in.
LAUD OII.2 0K nor Rullnu.
INTERESTING TO HGUSEKEEPERS.
The cubaerilicr irt-ip"toti.e f ililt-l: of
A.li VIC IM I V, -
A rarO cbatiee to avail tlienielveof the ua
piirallelcd beneiiis uf
CUIH I I.V I tllM'.OI i:o Al
cllVrcl tn the pihlir, nii't ivr vnifttro t li
jirpi'itfttun iliitt it iitfvor will lfc pxeollnd, Uc
it piovt-A lo ha t-x welly wluit ulJ C'iH)(l i t inn
fnl ijiittlittt'S nl J'mlnorj ni''l to rcnil.-r
tin in l'Ut, v.U nu iiiii luiitlhy. Tim (Icum
iiiiii; is ti'iifj I'uliriily ly atenm. No iiiv
'cMii'i n'nr tlit U-iii hi'm, runfi'tjiwiitly m
iv!: ihi'ii in litem, which Ih m, ouct'n-
bIio fen in hi in hot uir ar.l j i 1 "! t ftt.i
i'hins. lly litiH rrfht all in Jthd ft!ii 1 1- j
Butt roniiv?tl. tlio Kvu l he t' 1111 lift
Iho iibrf ri-liBVo) from thtr njntrcil
jwid!li(n, ivlt: li. ft htw nil ji.-tna!.thinx
tilt rcnuo in bulk "ttrj n ore ihuu hnlf
nl(o removing r'.l difMiTOiMl'lfc ftrt'!jtt wlili-a
in so vuiy bui..u.uu iu linv uj v. cil n ol.i
It ftthrfl in J t ? t vini. tho nppeuruii''
nnl tfcntitil qualittofl ol new l'e.ttncrfl, unit
ruliuving thttii from nil lmbilny to tnn.lii.,
hv tho irniovul nf tlio cnmtny orclutiroui
inutU-r Ifiii tli3 quill iu nil ph'.tca where
thin nmrbiuo hni b pn jiitrnduretl, I liHve
hue 11 Jjroi'rjitoil whli tcutiinoniuU ct' tho
mot njiproveil uliaraetur, from hblios antt
gt'iitlonion ol' tho fi rt rcipctnhilit, e.t
pi opdivt ol' thinr Ura cnnliileiice in this
metho'l of renovnliiif? Krtiiht'H, 110L uiily
uocount ol'ttiO pri'Hcnt hetiuty hmI iutTfin
eil comtort tlny hii'oH, imt hIbo on ticU!it
'il'thtit'oiihili'tit hulii-f tiny fciilurUiu ol'lhu
dunthiliiy ol tho work. -Mnny ot' Llicae per
dmiib npijuk.froiii linaitive hnowloilgo, hny
in had bU ilroaaii 1 y tlcnm imuim than
twenty yt ura hgut unl tbe iMuisidt r tho ex
leiiiu UiliiiJK "'l,"r'-"- wilhtho bctuulb de
rived. Tick of bcd8 drorsird, will hu nm b
od il ilesired, fur 6U ct nia. Oim bed tmlv
djOMacd ut n time, conm'ueutl v th' ra viil
bu io lnixniy of Keuthoi-i. y-m- iive
your beat or ptiorut, old or m w, provided
they uro'ieme or l'u.-U I'nithi;i, und Iwiti
murt uni ta tmact mix or no c.urji I
STATE AMI COl TY V.IUUT
FOR S.4L.U I
iFtr This celebrated inaeliino is now
oporation iu the wont end of V. liurckiiolt
C. 11. IIOWAUD,
Pee ST, 18(19-2 mo
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1ST E A. T Ij -y
1? ROMP TiX, Y
VE SOLICIT ORDERS.
ftltctllTs Saloon Uwcutlwn.
Jamaa Stowar v. 1U .l; at . - ,
Mary J. Blownrl v i" . i... ' I ' 1" '
that I will ofto, for ,nl ,t pnblio a?tion
at the door of th Court . Jlou.e iu Mofon
titlarlllr, on ; . , .
iUouUh), th3Sih dnr ori'rh
. . ruurr, llo, . -v
otiSS'rWtt, P. M. of aikift lnr,ll (ho In
toroat that Philip Htvwnrt nnd Mary J.
StoMfnrt owni iu tho following foal eatate,
ittiato (n Contr townthin, iu Morgan ro.,
to-wit i Mrlnir a part of tho anuthoait quar
ter of arction 10, town fl, rnno 10, ut landa
old nl ZanofTillo, Ohio, and bounded aa
rol!i,w f llrjrinmn at th aoitthwoat cor-
narnfaaid hnartrr, thonro north on the
wrat boundary 07,1s m, th'nfa cnl(ii,2J
roda, tkonoa aoulh i4.1S roila. thenro nil
21,15 rod, tlionca aouth 7S ro,l to Ilia aouth
lino ol aaid aootion. thowco woat tolh ilai-
of beginning, rontoiuing 40,31 craa, mora
orlcaa, and bcinir aiibdivision Xo. 13, aa
plallodonth Andifor'a Hook. Taki-n a
Iho properly oT Iho anid Philip and Mnry
.t. Stnwart on an exanition In fnvorof.lainca
Stowarl, and iMiied by tho Court of I'mn
mon Plena, of tho county of Morgan, Btnt
of Ohio, and to ma directed aa Sheriff of
aaid county, Appmned at ?200,00. Ternn
ot anlo canh.
A. I). HAVENER, 8hriu f M. C.,0.
J. E.lUsn, Ally.
Jan. 28, 18?0 6w. ,
Mirrin,s Sale on i:xcculion.
Dnvia P. Scott va. Tho Clomonla' Trm Oil
Company. Notieo la hereby givcu Hint I
will ollnr for Bale, at public nuelinn, at the
unor 01 1110 l ourt Homo, in Mot onnelsville.
Morgan county, Ohio, on tho 1 4th day of
rcorunry, mio. at li o o orK. 1 ol anlil
day, th( following real uatatc, to-wit: Ly
ing In tlioaoutli-oimt comer or tho aouth
eint fjuaner of aeetion three (S), town eiohl
(S), rani;o thirteen (III), of landa lold at
,u 11 v 1 1 1 1, Ohio, nrgintiiug nt th couth
eant corner or anul aoctinn. and running
iheneo north on aeetinn lina (orly ( in) roda,
iiieiii-c weai eigniv inn) rora, iiienen aoulB
forty (I'l) ro.la to a.uith linn of aei-tion
lieni-e on aaid "ouih lino ci. hty (Sill rod
tn tlio plaeo of lipiniiiiiiie, Vonla ninir 20
aere, Inkcn aa lha property of (ho lein
ont r urm mi Company on nn execution
m invnr ot I'ftvia l. ricnti, aim laantil liy
llie ourt 01 Coininon Plena, of the countv
if jVorjrnn, Hi 11 tn of Ohio, and to ma ilirec
led n Snerilrof aaid county. Apprniaod at
nix hunJrcd dollnra. T01 ma of mile, cah
A. r. II AvascR, Sheriir if. C, O.
II. F. Powua, Au'y. ' '
.lauuiiry 14, 1S7H hir.
Slioriira Sale u lorlKffe.
John Ilnyt v. nill L. Medlejr.
Hv ririua 01 an order to sell, and lo mc
din-eted, Iroin ihu Co'irt of Common Heae
nt 'Morgan eounty, Ohio, In the above n-
iltled uetion, I will oiler for sale at pohlic
runt inn, at the door ol t he Ourt House, in
Mel oiinelaville, in aaid county , on Mon
day, the Slat ilny of January, A. D., 130,
at one o'elneK, r. M., ot aaid ilar, ih fol
lowlnetreal ealate aitnato in aaid county of
Alorgmi, 'o-wit- Jleitig a part nf fractional
44 cli. in number 3, town 9, roll go bogin-
niiiiattha aoulli-west corner of anul frac
tional section, thenee running with tbo
u'h bcundary line thereof east lfl.BH
polea to '.he corner of John Henry's lot,
lhauco runnine; with anid Henry's line
north 1 doerees eaal 117.58 poles to a atone,
thence 20.1a pn'ot to the east boundary line
rsind Irnetional section, theuc runnir.ff
uorih 21. lil polea tn a atone unw coruar ol
the Jnsiiih Wurd lot, tin nee rtnn'ng with
aid Ward's line ami line of William Bait-
keld'a west IK). CO r to slunu un the
weat boundary lino of said aeciinu, thence
ruiinitig with anid west line 68,1)2 pole lo
tbo pinto of beginning, cniitiiinlng tli.40
acres, no Hie fame Inure or less, cxceijt'.n
1 acres out ol the north eatt corner of aaid
tract tn run from Ilia ridge road to the crnde
roan, mi l to ho oil ol the north elite of aaid
tract it bcinir the lunncatcad aisii?iid to
Jano Medley in aaid premises In th care
of A. W. Stewart v.. Ilaail L. Medler. Ap
praised at $2, 00. Tiinisol sale. cash.
J . t. MoaDtM'K, Hheriu M. CM.
.!. E.4 KlH. H. Hbk, Ally's.
Pcceinber HI, 18IW 4w.
Atlmlitlnlrultii m Sale ul IW-ult
In urauance of an order of the Trobate
Cmii-i of Morgan ruutity, Ohio, I will nfier
f(.r sale, at pulmu auction, on Siitiir.la.
the 1 Ith dnv of Kchrut.ry, I ft 7 1 . at ID
clock, A. M., upon the premUea, the fol
lowiriR described real estate, situate in Iho
county of .Uorcan , and Rlnto of Ohio, tu
wit: The weal In. If of the amith-weai quar
ter oi section tineen (is), town ten ( l u
Kouee twelve 1121, eouluiiiinff aeventv-
seven and einbiy-aix hundredths (77.60)
srrcs, oxeept therri'roni an t thcrtoui
much aa was sold out of the south east ror
ner to Sulh Hainptou and the Trusleea
tn M. I', i hurch, and to the. iircc.tors
School Hiatriet N umber "1" iu said town
Dip, supp iseuto eoniaiu one aero, more
or less. Alho, all thvt portion of the eaal
hull of th south ejal quarter of section
IH. town ten ( in, riinuu tutUe (121, ly
Iiiii and being en iho eimt side oflho Dea
vertewu road, leadili Ironi l'riintvillo
said Lleaverlown, eoiilaining twunty (20)
acres, more or -lerts. A'io, rortr-uiue hun
dredlhs (.4'J) acres, hihniii;r on tho cast
line of said tpiurtcr sectinii ImhI nieutioued,
twenty (20) ebiiius aouth of the north-east
corner of same, and at south-east cornor
above il earn bod twenty acres, thanee aouth
two and sixty-eight hundredths (2
cnaiua, tnonee north tinv-lwo and tl. rce
fourths iiiU ) deuieea west lour and forty
i(,hl buudndilia (4.4H) ebuiiia, llicnce east
Ihieu uud aixly utwn bumiredihil (3.67)
chum to the place l bemumiiz. oaid
several tractaconioiniiig uinuty seveu (97)
acres, more or lesn, aim appraised at twenty
six hundred and fitly tuillur. Terms
sale, ouu-Lull' cash in Laid, and ouo hall
in six months from day of sale, with
Interest on tho deferred puymeiil, aud said
payment to be secured Ly mur'cpige i u
I roniiKd sold. J.uikh K. Jo.vi-a,
Adininislrutor of tho l.'ilute of Kliznbeth
.UcDiiniul. January I I, IH70-4w
Thomas Trow vs. A. W. Bitwart, et nl.
Jiv virtue ol an order lo sell and lo
directed from Ihu Court of tloninum Fleua
of Morviiu county, Ohio, in the abovo enti
tled adieu, I v. ill oiler for aula at pnblio
auetiou, at the duor of tho Court JIuiiio
MiiConnelsville, in auid Morguu counrj-,
8icii0Ar,THK 5ru day or Fudhiahv, l&TU,
ut one o'clock, P. M., of aaid day, tha fol-
lowiuir reul estato aituato in Morgan eouu-.
ty, to-win Luis numbered 31, ilj, 30,
3, and il.i, siluuU ill tho addition to
lowu ol I ciinsvil e. In Bind Morgan couu
A ppruUud al IjOiil UO. Terms of sale, casu.
A. 1). UAVliSHl, tjhorlll O.
J. T Cauif, Att'y,
.Innunrv 170 flw.
The Best is The Cheapest !
JE T N A
INSURAMCE COMPT HARTFORD.
Jl I.Y 1, 1ISUO.
"By thoir fruits yo know thom."
Loajnen paid la I lly Yurt,
FIRI5 AND INLAND NAYIQ
Accepted At 09
.ST FAVORABLE RATES
At r eunitent with tolvcuoy and rjli
i-.- uiv iiiuuiniiiiy.
JAMKS WAT KINS, Aoknt
Jim. 7, 170. .Mi-CuiinelvillJ,
in sif.s cnns.
W.R. ItELLY, 1VI. D.
May bo fonnd at hla offli-o on
Tilt hOlTII WKST CORiVEIt
At all timet, when not absent on rrofeai-
Sept. Jl, IJirtD-tf.
J. t. c: 11 14 vv ,
. M COJiSKLSVILLE, OUIO,
Browatcr'a Store, near Court Itouiai
All Collrelinns Tromplly Altrndrd to.
AdnmH cfe Knlier
haves well aoleeted atook of Pry flood.
tlroceriea, tueenawarc, Doota ami 8hcea,c,
GREATLY REPVCBD PR CES
.STOKE : North-Went Corner of Cmler and
M'ConnlTill. O h I .
April JJ ly.
donler in mechanic' Tool", Farm Imple
ment, Building Material, Shelf Hard-
. r- 1 -IT-.. v .. : .. u 1 .. c. 1
Will, LVIIIHI.i J1UIII UIUIUIIIUK UUVUI,
TIX AND Bit E E T IRON WARE
Opposite the Court Honae,
M'CoiiiLtf illi, Ohio.
W. C. THI.SIZE
nUa the p iblio to call and examine hi
apneitneu Pholngrnpba, Kerrotypea, Am
bndypea, Ooma, Ac, Ac, which cannot t
auipnaied anywhere. Jle haa perfected at -rineineiita
'vhereby any on can be aa
eomodated with the fineat of Oil Pclntine
and picture of India Ink Work. Kooma
over Hoone'a fiaddler Bhop, In J. C. Stone'
umiiiing, center street, H teDoeiavnie,
Jan I fy.
Mi: IT M41tUi:T.
.isr 15 "vv
Hoviiirjiint nut new anil beautiful re-
Iiaire upon my rwtn, on th Fublic8qtir,
am now. prepared to accommodate my
cuiomcre with the cboicost meals- I am
leieriiiinHil not to be undersold or excelled
n the iiiiii utity or quality of meat aold.
T li n n k Tu 1 for past favors I still solicit a
share of the public patronage Tho high-
a'n pro-e puia inr niiie.
These who are indebted to mo on old ac-
oimt are nnuestcd to call aud settle, aa I
wish to siiuare up my books and will bero-
utter do only a Cash business.
April 39 ly.
A. w. ww r.se t. o. Wit tR.
A. W. WALKER
C L 0 T II LNG
MADE TO ORDER
uh i u a
SHORTEST ISO'IICE !
Our rniCE3 will suit the times. All or
dure accompanied by a refpnneibl name
will ij promptly tilled, im firm is al
ways up to the 1 test fushlons, and warrant
their clothing to aland fh acrutiuy ol th
most fastidious. They Veep goods to sell by
th yard or in any shape to suit purchaser. .
jauiea- (.leaking always ou niuuv 1
n.tnLY IIEFOItE TUB
. L. II ALL,
nUolcSule and Retail
.. SEALER IN :
sft. ausLNUsa don is on a
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM !f
My 7, W)it. .
LAND.. FOR SAL E.
The undersigned now offer for lale about
lllll aorea of Laud, a pur tot the furm known
aa the "William Fiuiu," silunto in Union
towuship, lloigau county, Ohio, and In tb
lWck ltuu Oil region. ' A W76 acres ol same
furm encumbered with a dnver ettute. 1'he
uueiuuuuiberod part is well Improved, woll
limbered, well watered, atd eoutains a very
good farm dwelling and an orchard, and
will b loin in tracla to eutt purcusor.
Further information eonoeruing this land
can be obtained by calling on lue at my re
sidence near the pre-nlsee, oraddresaiugtna
at Malta. Ohio, or by inquiring at the Law
utlioeol l'oud, I orner sx fuulku, at Mccoil
uelaville.. , LKWItf - THONPBON,
Kxecutor of the Willuf Isaao Williauis.
Jan. T, I17 4w.