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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX
Febroary H IS TO.
THE ELECTION OF SCHOOL
The election, on last Saturday,
held at the Mayor's Office, for the
purpose of electing two Members
of the Board of Directors for the
McConnelsville Public Schools, was
an event of no little significance
tlsuallr, there has been Iillle or
r.o interest manifested by our vo
ting population in these elections;
and, consequently, a few votes has
generally placed our Public Schools
under the guidance of almost any
sett of men that ould accept the
position and its responsibilities.
But the Ilerald, of last wev'k,
came out in a double-leaded edito
rial, which called upon the people
to give a ' full expression of their
desires on this question, by rallying
to the polls and voting for those
they copsidered good and capable
men; and'the people, thinking this
adriceoftho Herald's welUtimed
and worth following, did rally, and
did vote but not muchly for An
drew Kihkr, the Senior Proprietor
of said Ilerald.
Enoch Dye and Andrew Kahler,
Members of the old Board, and
whose time expiring and occasion
ing the necessity of this election,
were candidates for re election;
while certain citizens brought forth
David Mummoy and Eobt. A. Pink
erton in opposition to them.
All the petty trickery known to
such old politicians as Dye and Kah
ler, that could be brought into the
controversy, was resorted to by
them; but they were of no avail,
and we would not mention them
only that they show that the peo
ple of this locality are past being
duped by such means.
Kahler attempted to "pull the
wires very fino" by pretending that
be ''would not be a candidate un
der any circumstances," and then
Laving the town 6treKed with tick
ets, on Saturday morning, reading:
'Tor School Directors, Andrew
Kahler, Enoch Dye." "Sot satisfied
with th's, Kahler bad his name
printed and written on tickets in
connection with each ot the oppo
sition candidates, and had them
Dye resorted to none of these
petty arts, and waa very sorry that
his name was printed in connection
with Kahler's, as he thought it in
jured him; but ho attempted to
jrejudice voters against Mr. Pink
erton by whispering in their ears,
'lie did not support the war; he
voted for Yallandigham," and such
The following is a 6tatemont of
the votes cast, and for whom they
wero cast; and it will be seen that
Hobt. A. Pinkerton and David
Mummey wero elected by large
majorities; that Pinkerton, the man
who "didn't support tho wr.r, and
did vote for Vallandigham," receiv.
cd the largest rote of any of the
candidates, thirty more than Dye
and Kahlor together received: that
Kuhler, Senior Proprietor of the
paper that advised the peoplo to
select "good-' and "capable" men
to 11 the position of Fchiol Direc
tors, received only 43 votes from
174 voters who were endeavoring
to follow said paper s advice
For Ilobert. A. Pinkerton,
For David Mummev,
For Enoch Dye,
For Andrew Kahler,
Whole number of votes cast.
SP Lieut. Oliver Ong has been em
ployed by Mr. John Birch to assist in
Ht'ending to business connected with
the McConnelsville News Agency.
Rooms over Pond, Foulke & Corner'
Alfred Sigler, of McConnelsville,
aged about 16 j-ears, died after a very
short illness, on Wednesday, at 12 o -clock,
The wife of Bobert C. Brown,
formerly of the Morgan County Herald,
now ot tne Zanesviiie limes, aiea on
Tuesday, at her father's residence, at
Send a Paper. Horace Greeley
says : "Every parent whose son is
away from home at school should
furnish him with a home paper. I
well remember what a marked dif
ference tbore was between those of
my schoolmates who had and who
bad not newspapers. The former
wero always superior to the latter
in debate, composition and general
Business. Mr. Gross, one of the
leading dry good dealers in Piqua
recently informed us that he spends
about five hundred dollars yearly
in advertising, and that he considt
cred the newspaper the best sales
man he can find. The fact that be
is satified with tbe outlay, and that
bis establishment is continually
crowded with buyers is another ev
jdence if any more is needed
that advertisHBg UberaUy pays.
Make a note of it, yon. who think
otherwise Tippecanoe Herald.
'I come to steel!" as the rat said
to the trap.
. "And 1 spring to embrace you!"
as the ttccl rcpliod to the rat.
PEOF. TUCKER, the "Illusionist,"
who performed here Eome four years
ago, to crowded houses, will open his
Temple of Enchantment in McConn
elsville in a few days.
The Ice Crop. Considerable ap
prehension is manifest throughout
the country that tho ice crop of
this year will be a failure. Tho
winter, thus far, lias been remark
ably mild everywhere, and many
of the rivers which are generally
blocked up long ere this are ''ven
now open to navigation. It is pre
dicted, however, that we shi! yet
have considerable cold weather,
and experienced judges affairm
that there will be jionirh to yield
all the ice needed. It will be re
membered that scarcely any ice
bad been cut up to this time last
season, and fears were entertained
that the crop would boa failure,
but the month of Febuary was fs
vorab!e and the harvest was abundant.
The ruin of most men dates from
some vacant hour. Occupation it the
armor of the soul. There is a satirical
poem, in which the devil is represented
as fishing for men and fitting his bait
to the taste and business of his prey;
but the idler, he said, gave him no
trouble, as habit the naked hook.
An exchange well says that there
are many persons who either take
no paper at all, or else take one
from another city, acd when they
wish to pee what is transpiring in
thetr own neighborhood they borv
row the local paper from some citi
zen more liberal than themselves.
Many men of this kind are eugaged
in business, anJ frequently grum
ble because people d not patronize
home industry, when they practice
the very thing of which they com
plain. Ohio has twenlv-three thou
sand more boys than girls.
General prim recently gave a
royal hunt on his property in the
Toledo Mountains. The Ministers of
France, Prnssia and Belgium wers
present, and great luxury was dis
plryed much to the annoyance of
the leading Madrid journals
Business and News.
pST Ifew Goods at Stone's.
Peas aro blossoming in Almeda
SU Eureka Baking Powdn.-. the best
and cheapest in use, sold only by Stone.
- For Valentines, of all kinds,
go to the Book Store.
Eggs are only sixpence a dozen,
in Augusta, Georgia.
JSF New 6tock of the popular
Game of "Squails," just received at
the Book tftore on yesterday.
f& Babbitts Washing Powder, a great
saving in time and lahcr ald only by
Nearly all the oifices of the Iowa
Legislature are sought after by wo
men. Tracing Paper, plain and
embossed Gold Paper, and perfora
ted Card Board, received among the
Now Goods at the Book Storo on
A new supply of Dr. Duncans Ex
pectorant remedy next week ;old only by
ZST Splendid assortment and
lanre atock of Valentines at tho
Snow 6ix inchr.s deep fell at
Athens, Alabama, January 8th and
All kinds of School Books, statione
ry, Slates Ac, Ac. ran be found at Stone's.
EST" Flannels, at greatly reduced
prices at Sills.
The largest vineyard in Califor
nia has 306,000 vines, covering
SS Breakfast Shawls, good pat
terns selling atcost at bills.
Egy Don't forgot that Sill keeps
a nice assortment of Bird Cages.
"Wisconsin has 1,205,222 sheep,
showing both mutton and wool to
be cheap there.
Light prints expected next week at
ES- Familv Groceries as nice as
the Market affords, and at low rates
The Pittsburgh police court has
so much business that it bus to sit
t&" Germantowu yarn, fancy
baskets, -Satchels, and Traveling
Trunks in great variety at bills'
Clocks! , Clocks II Clocks!!!
In great venety and very low" pri
ces at Vincent & Bro.
A marble quarry has been die
covered in Wisconsin, which yields
a stone that has the appearance
when polished, of being inlaidwith
myriads of shells:
E Ready-made Coats at Kelly
Eef" The rnObt fastidious can ea
sily be suited in a Necktie, with
such a stock to select from as they
Lave at Sills.
Tbe members of the Massachu
setts Legislature are said to com
plain bitterly because no Boston
paper will publish their proceed
ings in full.
EST Novel styles of Sleeve But
tons just opened at Sills.
Tie New York Express pays' the
Board of Health of that city is call
ed a Bureau, because it has so ma
ny drawers of heavy salaries.
E" Clothing made to order at
Kelly & Seaman's.
KJ Dry Goods, selling at tho
lowest figures at Sills.
A St. Louis husband applied tor
a divorce on the ground that his
wife made him fast continually for
EST" Buy tho Bcmis Collar, of all
sizes at Sills.
Head-waiters and chief cooks in
tho New York hotels and restau
rants are paid from $75 to 150 per
month and boarded.
t Kelly & Seaman keep the
beet and cheapest Boots and Shoes
A young woman of ludiana keeps
twenty-seven engagement rings
hung up in her boudoir, the spoils
of five years.
The people of Holly Spring. Mis
sissippi, held a meeting recently
to encourage Scotch emigration.
t& Go to Kelly & Seaman's for
yonr Coffee and Tea. They keep
the best in Town.
Every man, xcniaii and child in
America uses on an average 500
matches a year.
E The most complete stock of
.Notions in town i6 kept at Sills.
An alligator, seventeen lectlong,
has been captured in a swamp near
Columbia, South Carolina.
ES? German Silver Spoons by
the dozen or gross at Factory pric
es larce supply constantly or.
hand, Merchants and Peddkrs can
save money by giving us call,
Vincent & Bro.
E Splendid lines of Goods at
the Book Store, and efforts made to
Er New stock ot Goods receiv
ed on yesterday at the Book Store,
per Sir. "Julia," among which we
noticed Dictionaries, School Books,
Primers, Alphabet Blocks, Gutta
Percha and Wooden penholders,
Squails, Tracing Paper, Gold Pa
pi r plain and embossed, Perfora
ted Cord Board, Tweezers, and
Should buy the Superior Nerve &
Bone Liniment because,
1st. It affords you a better profit
than any other.
2nd. It has no superior as a lini
ment. 3d. It is homemado.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail at
Spragues Drug Stoic.
The NewYork Times says, "the
demand for a reduction of the taxes
has now reached a point at which
no Government could afford to dis
BROWN-At Belmont, Ohio, Feb. 7th,
1870, at 8o'clok, P. M., Mrs. Sarah
Elizabeth Browx, wife 9f Robert C.
Brown, of Zanesville, and daughter
of J. Dew & Mary L. Wright, of the
former place, aged 25 years and 4
Kind, patient, loving, and loved by
all, with ail womanly and christian gra
ces, resigned and willing to go to her
Redeemer, she passed peacefully
away from the land of the dying to
the mansions of the living, leaving
many sad hearts to lament the loss
of her very pleasant and gentle com
A'EIT ADTCRTISE5I EXT.
Fruit Trees !
If yoa want to grow the best apples n im
erica send to
Grimes' Golden-Stark and 4tli
They sre the best and most profitable ap
lles"in Ohio. The original tree of Grimes
Golden has not failed to produce a GOOD
crop of fruit for over twenty years. The
apples are highly recommended bs all the
Horticultural Societies and Agricultural
papers. I can furnish
NO. 1 TREES
TSend in your orders soon, as the seasn
on tor planting is cluse at Land.
I am also prepared to
FURNISH ANY KINO OF TREES
thet may be wanted, whether fruit or orn
amental. C. B. SWEETLAXD,
Feb.ll tf. McConnelsville, O.
Sale of the Rex Farm.
In pursuance of an order granted by the
Frobaie Court ot Morgan eounty, Ohio,
we will offer for sale at public aaction on
Saturday, March IZib, 1870, at 11 o el k
A. II. opoo the premises, the following
described real estate situate in Minches-
ter township Morgan county, Ohio, koown
aa the "Bex Farm," and described as fol
Situate in the township of Manchester,
Morgan county, Ohio, to-wit? Situate in the
southwest quarter of section five () town
ship seven (7) range ten (10), beginning at
the northwest corner of said qti-trter; thence
on said line to the fence at the northeast
corner of tho orchard; thence with said
fence so as to include the orchard in a
south direction to the margin or top of the
bench or break of the creek : thence alone
the? ivp t margin of the bench or break of
said creek to tne south line of said quarter ;
thence west to the corner of said quarter ;
thence north half wn v ulnnp said nmrtor
, a -j - - ,
thence west two-thirds acnes the southeast
quarter of section six in township and ranee
aforesaid ; thence north to the north line of
said quarter ; thence east to the place of
oegmning, containing one nunarea and tii
ty acres, more or less. ALSO, part of the
northeast quarter of said section six, com
mencing at the southeast corner of said
cftfarter' ; thence north 1J degs east 63.32
poles ; thence north 58 degs. west 15.40
poles ; thence north 63 degs. west 23.60
poles ; thence south 25 degs. west 52.32
poles; thence south 77 degs. west 19
poles ; thence south 63 degs. west 0.44
poles ; thence south 53 degs. west 19.20
poles ; thence south 45 degs. west 19.20
poles ; thence south 88 degs. east 104.12
poles to the place of beginning, containing
28.91 acres. The first of said above tracts
beiag sub-division No. 5 of said section five,
and Sub. No. of said section six, aad the
second tract being, sub-division No. 6 of
said section six, t shown by the plat of
the said sections 5 and six, in the couutv
Appraised at 87150,00. Terms of pale
one-third cash oo day of sale, one-third in
twelve mouths, and balance in twenty-lour
months, deferred payments to bear inter
est and be secured by mortgage cm the
SAMUEL D. HARPER,
LUCIUS P. CULVER,
Etoeutors of the Will of James Harper.
K. M. Stanbery, Att'y.
Feb. 1), l70-lvr.
0&' Buy everyting that you
want in the Book and Stationary
line at tho Book Storo of Adair
Bros., you can then obtain the best
Goods at the lowest prices.
McCONNELSVILLE, Feb. 10, 1870.
FLOUR Best fsmiSy $5.50;
WHEAT 81,00 perbuhhel.
CORN MEAL 0,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Fall. $1.05.
OATS 40 tents per busbel, wholesale
Hay $15 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKED 33,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEKD -SI 75 to2 00.
BKANS--S2 00 per bushel.
DRIED A PPLRS--6ct. per pound.
DRIED PEACnKS-$2 50 per bush.
POTATOES $0 40 per oush., at
BU TTER 25 cts. per pound,
EUGS 20 cts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR- 15 to 20 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR -- 20 to 22 cts.. Ib.
COFFEE 25 to 33 cts. per lb.
TEA- tl 00 to 2 00 per Ib.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
SFKUP $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole-
CANDLES--20cts per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH 12cts per Ib.
SAL' SI 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Piclvehd, !5 cts per lb. "
CARBON OIL 50cts. per frallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
EOOFLAND'S GEE HAN BITTEES.
no nrniiiu Tnu
Prepared by Dr. & K. Jackioo, Philadelphia.
Their Introduction into thU country atm tk-rmanj
THBT CUBED YOUR
FATHERS AND MOTHERS,
And will curs yon and yonr children. They art
entirely different J" "T.'rom the any
preparation now ILJl the eoontry
sailed Bitter or I j 1 1 Tonica. They an
no tavern prepa aUa fcAai-ation, or aoythinf
like one; but good, hooaat, rulutbU medicine. Tfrey
TV yraafaa? bumm
Diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
mi all DIhim arising rraat a DUor
derea Liver, Staaaaeh, rr
JMPVS1TT OF THE BLOOD.
Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Tilest
Fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity
of the Stomach, Nausen, Heart
burn, Diszust for Food. Fulness
or Weight in the Stomach,
Soar Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the
Pit of thfl Stomach, Swim
ming of trie Head, Hnrried or
Dif&cult Breathing. Fluttering
at the Heart, -rfSMSW Choking o r
when in a Ly-Vk JJl?. p
Dimness o f Vision, Dots
mt Webs before the Bight, DU
Pain in the Head, Deficiency
af Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin sad Byes,
Pain in the Side.
Back, Cheat, JLimha, eta,.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burn
ing In the Flesh, Constant Imaginings
mt ril and Great Depression of Spirit
Ail Uu indicate duaue of Uu Liver ar Digtxlx
Organs mmlinti mUX iapn Uuod.
Hoofland's German Bitters
Is eatlrely vegetable, aad contains aa
iinaiir. It la a toiSDonnj of PlnJd Ex
tract. The KooU, Herbs, and Hark
from wblcli these citraxt are made
are gathered S"k. Jt Germany.
all the medlfY r?tu"J
m fTtraclrdH j J from tlicni by
a e 1 e n 1 1 o e sV cheiiihii.TheM
extract are Uicn lerwarded to this
country to - owa " prc-Tjr i"r e
man u fact' r& of these BII'A There U
In erannndnc tb rlUrerj heuce It is
the only UtlBZS mat can oe staeoi )
caaes where aicahalle sUnaalaats ars
Hoofland's German Tonlo
a a etmbinaliim 0 all the ingrttKent Ck Bitim.
wits run Santa Cnu Mum, Orangt, etc 1 1 it mted
fur lh tame diteata at Uu Bitten, in enta mtim time
m aleoaolie ttimulnt it required, Tom will hew in
mind tilat thett remediet are entirely different from
any tUert advertifd far the cart e the diteata ntmed.
3ee oetnff wctenajtc fwrjtarwvm m oj I".. ,
wkiit On ethert are mere drcoeUnnt of rum in am
form. The TON 10 it frridrdlfone of tnt mom pita
mmi nd ameable remediet ever ofTered to Ok pubKe
ib totU it txquitite. Bit a pleasure, to take it, mhile i f
Vft-oirinf. exhilarating, and methanol onalirtet a
asajed it torn mMm at Uuroaum nu ww
fire t u medirine rmurl te.lant Ofsei
Atten or Tonic in I J li -atet of UrtnOtf.
Tkem impart a tout ltH mand vigor to the wkolt
rtim. trenalken l.M the avpetita, camtt
n enjoyment of tMmmliom food, enable A no-me-k
to digett it, pmrijy Lhe blood, girt a good tound,
kiahf enmpt'Twn, emaxoatt ine yiow mjt '
m, impart a bloom to Uu eheekt, and change the patient
from a tkort-brtathed, emaciated, m-ak, and nermt
invalid, to a full-faced, tUmt, and manrout penon.
Weak and Delicate Children are
made strong by aaing the Bitters 01
l oaie. In lact. they are tamHy .Medi
cines. They can be dmlnlaicred "
perfect safety ta a child three raviiths
old, the most delicate lemale, or a niaa
Them Remediet art the bett
nor known, and will cure aU ditearet resulting from
bad blood. Keep jam BBS blond pure ; keep four
Uxor M order ; keep 1 1 your digeiiizt organs
a a tound, healthy I I mmconditum, by the use
of these rtmedirj, mmJmummmiZ ind no disease wtU
toer assaC yon. The best men in Uu country recommend
them. If years of honest reputation go for anything
you must try thett preparations.
FliOV HO 5. GEO. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Pnpreme Court of PrnnylTnla.
I'mLiPiLrni, March 14, 18457.
ljlnd " norland's German BiUers - ts not an utao
tooting beverage, but is a god Umic, useful in dordert
af Uu digtstim ogans, and of great benefit in mutt of
lebiiiig aas wamJefnervmo action, in the system,
GEO. W. WOODWARD.
FSOlf BOS. JAMES THOMPSON,
Jadf of tAe Supreme (Jonrt of Pennsylvania.
1'aiLiniLran, April 28, 180.
consider TV "Hoofland's
German Bit tern a valuable
medinnt In raae Jf A af attacks al
dlgestlonaaaas awMaaaor DyapepUa.
I eaa certif y this irora my experience al
H. Xeura, with speci,
FBOM REV JOSEPH B KEN5ARD,D.D
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia
Da. Jaoksos Dbas Sia: have been frequently
requested to connect soy name witi recommendatums of
mjfereni kinds of medicines, but regarding the practice
as out of my appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de
stined ; but with a clear proof in various instances, and
particularly in my own family, of the useful nest of Dr.
BooftanoVt German Bitters, I depart for once from my
usual vmmm, a express my full conviction that for gen
eral debility ef the system and especially for Livct
. j hvm... r- . n.l .-.1 .. .1.1.
doubt mot, it mn
those who tuff
rom s above huu. Tours, very retpeajuuy,
J. II. KMXA'AMD,
Mighth, btiom Voalet strosL
svosfttmoTt German Remediet are etmnferfriled. Tht
gmmne hove the signature of C. HI. Jaeksaa as
W front of Uu outside wrapper of each bottle, and the
warns of tht articU blown in each bottle. Mi others are
Price af tne Bitters, $1 OO per battle)
Or, a half dozen for $5 OO.
Price af the Tonic, $ 1 SO per battle
Or, a half dozen lor f 7 aO.
fbe teoie Is pot tip in quart bottles.
ReesUeet that it is Vr. Hnojtamts German Remedies
ot art to wmiversab'v used and so highly reeom
nended; tmd do ortmw-mmmm allow the Druggist
b induce yarn to lake If tnything else Uuit he
nay say u just as II tljood, became It
mntmmUsrmrproji:vMUsmsmv9 on it These Beau
tut will be sent by esyres to any locality upon appUoo
ion to Uu
a.T THB OEBKAN MEDICINE 8TOBA
Mm mU ARCS STRRXT, PlilVpaia
CHAS. 1L EVAH3,
rormariy a HL JACKSON CO.
These Benaedles are far sale by ttrmgm
rlsta, Marekeepera, and Jledieiae Paali
Do not forget to examine wtU Om article you buy, ml
Vsar tt gel the g tnuvu.
HE LEY & SEAMAN'S COLU3IIV
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CLOTHING ! !
ALSO THEY WOULD CALL THE
ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
THEIR FACILITIES FOK FILLING
C li O T II I NG
Made to Order,
AS THEY HAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SFARE NO
PAINS TO MAKE A GOOD FIT FOR
ALL. WHO MAY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS
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PROMP TJL IT
Tf E SOLICIT ORDERS.
Abigail Brown ts. Harrison IT. "Wade.
Harrison H. Wade will take notice that a
ease in bastardy of Abigail Brown ngainst
him is now pending in the Conr. of Common
Pleas for Morgan County. Ohio, that an at
tach sent in said case has been issued and
served, and that the case will be for trial at
the Jarch Tern', A. I)., 1370, of said Court.
JOHN E.Jk FIN R. HANNA,
jan28, 6w Attys for riaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale on Execution.
Paris D. Soott vs. The Clements' Farm 0:i
Company. Notice is hereby given that I
will offer for sale, at public am-tion, at the
door of the Court House, in McConnelsville,
Morgan county, Ohio, on the 14th day of
February, 1870, at VI o'clock, 21., of said
day, the following real estate, to-wit: Ly
ing in thesouth-att corner of the sonth
east quarter of section three (3), town eight
(8), range thirteen (13), of lacds sold at
ZanesvilK-, Ohio, beginning at the south
east corner of said section, and running
thence north on section line forty (40) rods,
thence west eighty (80) rocs, thence south
forty (40) rods to south line of section,
theuce on said south line eighty (SO) rols
lathe place of beginning, conta'ning 20
acref, taken as the property of the Clem
ent a r arm Uil Company on an execution
u favor of Davis D. Scott, anl issued by
the t'ourt of Com mo a Pleas, of the county
of Jorgan, State of Ohio, and to me direc
ted as Sheriff of said, county. Appraised at
six hundred dollars. Terms of sale, cash.
A. D. HiTExtB, SheriiT JI. C, 0.
B. F. Powkb, Att'y.
January 14, 1S70 5w.
Administrator's Sale of Realty.
In 1 ursuance ofan order of the Frobatc
Court of Morgan county, Ohio, I will o.Ter
it sale, at public auction, on
the 11th day of February, 1870, at 10 o'
clock, A. M., anon the premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in tfee-
county of Jorgan, and State of Ohio, to-
trit.- I be west biUot the souta-west quar
ter of section fifteen (15), town ten (10),
Range twelve (12), containing seven ty-
scven ana eirnty-six canareams iii.soj
acres, except therefrom and thereout so
Much as was sold out of the south-east cor
ner to Seth Hauifcton and the Trustees of
the M. P. church, and to the Directors of
School District Number "4" in said town
ship, supp-wed to contain one acre, more
or leas. Also, all that portion of the east-
hall of the south-east quarter of section
18, town ten (10), range twelve (12), ly
ing and being on the east side of the Dea
rertown road, leading from Pennsvillo to
said Deavertown, containing twenty (29)
acres, more or less. Also, foray-nine hun
dredths (.49) acres, beginning on the cast
line of said quarter section last mentioned,
twenty (20) chains south of the north-east
corner of same, and at south-east corner of
above described twenty acres, thence soutn
two and aixtv-eight hundredths ( 2.(18 J
chains, thence north fifty-two and three-
fourths (52ji) degrees west four and forty-
itht hundredths (4.43) chains, thence east
three and sixty-seven hundredths (3.67)
chains to the place of beginning. Saul
several tracts containing ninety seven (97)
acres, more or less, and appraised at twenty
six hundred and tiny dollars. Terms of
sale, one-half cash in hand, and ouo half
in six months from day ot sale, witn
interest on the deferred payment, and said
payment to be secured by mortgage on the
premises sold. James Josts,
Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth
JJfcDaniel. January 14, 1S70 iw
Thomas Crew vs. A.W. Stewart, et al.
By Yirtue ofan order to sell and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleaa
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above enti
tied action, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the door of the Court House in
McConnelsville, in said Morgan county, on
Saturday, thk 5th pat or Fibbcaiy, 1T0,
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day, the fol
lowing real estate situate in Morgan coun
ty, to-wit: Lot? numbered 34, 35, 36, 37,
3S, and 39. situate in the addition to the
town ot Pennsville, in said Morgan county
Appraised at $050 00. Terms of sale, cash
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff M. C, O.
J. T Cbw, Atfy.
January 1H70 6w.
The Best Is The Cheapest !
M TN A
INSURANCE COMP'Y HARTFORD
JULY I, IS 69.
"By their fruits ye know them."
Losses paid In Ffly Tears.
FIEE AND INLAND NAVIGA
Accepted at as
-FAVORABLE RATES AND
As are consistent with solvency and reli
JA1IES WATKINS, Agent.
Jan. 7, 1870. ilcConneluvilb, O
Farm For Sale !
I will sell at a bargain, and on easy term?,
the tract of land in Ilomer township, Mor
gan county, known as the Joshua Ware
himeFarm. This is a rich piece of land,
well adapted to cultivation, containing 54
acres, principally cleared, balance good
timber has au excellent coal bank, alrea
dy oj ened and in condition for working
orchard, buildings, Ac, will make a good
borne for some one--possession given im
mediately. Should any one want more land,
a small tract adjoining can be purchased
on reasonable terms. Inquire soon of
W P. SPRAGUE, McConuehville, 0.
Jan. 28th, 1370 w.
Zaiie.tville liuKineHst tardx.
r m m
t O id
SULLIVAN & I3ROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
BOOK BINDE IIS!
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXC JOB IRIXTLG
Oar specialty. Music, Magazines, ic,
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. ST rlank Books for Counties,
Banks. Merchants, ic, best paper at the
J Inwe.t rati-?.
2.iiio.vi!Ir. Oct. tr?,
W. H. HELLY, XXX. D.
May be found at his otlice on
THE SOLTII-WEST COIU'LR
or TH K
At all times, uhen not absent 011 Profess
Sept. 24, lS69-tf.
J. T. CI? E Y
ATTOllNE Y-A T-L ATT,
Over Brewster's Store, near Court Housei
ill Collections Promptly AtttcdtJ Ir.
Adams & Kaher
have a ell selected slock of Dry Goods,
ceries, Queens ware, Boots and Shoes, Ac,
G KEATLY SEDUCED PR CES
STORE : XorMest Corner of Center and
II ' C o n n e 1 s y 1 1 ! e , Ohio.
Ajril 2 ly.
Robert Hi. jVTorris
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Tordage, House Furnishi Goods,
TIy A XD SHEE T IRON VTA R E
Opposite the Court House,
IT, C. TRESIZE
asks the p iblic to call and examine hia
specimen Photographs, Ferrotypes, Am-
brotypes, Oems, Ac, Ac, wnion cannot De
sui passed anywhere. lie has perfected ai-
rrangementa thereby any one can be ac
comodated witn tne 11 nest t Uil fainting
and pictures of India Ink Work. Room
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'
Building, Center street, il tonnelsvi.ie,
Jan 1 ly.
MEAT SHOP i
Having just put new and beautiful re-
Fairs upon my room, on the ruolic Square,
am now prepared to accommodate my
customers with the choicest meats- I am
determined not to be undersold or excelled
in the quantity or quality of meat sold.
Thanklul for past lavors I still solicit a
share of the public patronage. The high
cash price paid for hides.
Those who are indebted to me on old ac
count are requested to call and settle, as I
w.sn to 3quare up my books and will here
after do only a Cash business.
A. W. WALKER. J. 6. WALKS.
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST K01 ICE !
Our PRICES will suit the times. All or
ders accompanied by a refponsibie name
will be promptly filled. This firm is al
ways up to the latest fashions, and warrant
their clothing to stand the scrutiny ef tha
most fastidious. They keep goods to sell by
the yard or in any shape tosuit purchasers.
Ladies' Cloaking always on hand.
CALL. EARLY BEFORE TIIE
11 I S II BEGIAS !
C. L. HALL,
5.. BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASE SYSTEM
May 7, lS63-tf.
LAND 011 SALE-
The undersigned now offers for sale about
100 acres of Land, a part of the farm known
as the "Williams Farm," situxte in Union
township, Morgan county, Ohio, and in the
Buck Kun Oil region. Also 76 acres of same
farm encumbered with a dower estate. The
unencumbered part is well improved, well
timbered, well watered, acd contains a very
good farm dwelling and an orchard, and
will be sold in tracts to suit purchaser.
Further information concerning this land
can be obtained by calling on me at my re
sidence near the premises, nradJressingme
at Malta. Ohio, or by inquiring at the Law
nlficeof Tond, Corner Fnlke, nt M-Con-neUviue.
Executor of th Will of I.nac Williams.
Jan. 7. 1711.