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TWO DOLX..4IIS A YEAR.
FRIDAY, . . Jlarcli 25,lSTO.
I. as Executor of the "Will of Jacob
Fout, deceased, will, on the 2d day of
Avt'il, 1SQ, on the premises, offer for
sade to the highest bidder, the Farm
known as the Jacob Fouta Farm, in
Bloom township, Morgan county, Ohio.
TERMS OF SALE -One-third in hand,
one-third in one year, and the balance
in two rears from day of sale, and the
deferred payments to bear interest.
J he terms as to payments may to
changed on the day of sale. The title
to said land to be made on full pay
Executor of Will of Jacob Fouls, dtc'd.
in New York on
Monday at 112 1-4.
W. The Court of Common PleaB will
convene again on next Tuesday mor
- tfK Thomas Forty the is reported as
being dangerously u.
t&" Fish are
low the dam.
being caught be-
fSF Reverends John Kelly and
W. BI. Grimes are in town, both
JKT" A QieeD6ware store is open
ing out t the Joseph Stub ha'
stand, on Center Street.
Died. Mm. Emma Pond, wife of
Hon. F. B. Pond, died on Friday
morning, the 18th instant, in Mal
ta, aged 44 years.
BSyKevival mcettnga are slill
being conducted at the Presbyte
rian church by Rev. II. Cooper.
Rev. Hamilton, of lit. Vern
on, Ohio, has been preaching to
large audiences t the Radical Me
thodist church this week.
John V. Ramsey is again in
McConnelflnlle. Evidently, the at
mosphere of Marietta has been con
genial to him.
SS-yr W. Pyle, editor of the
Herald, has concluded that the peo
ple of Morgan will not allow any
one to lead tbem. Wonder what D.
C. thinks ! Who knows ?
.li&J we known it,we would have
announced last week the marriage of
Mr. Leonard Sigler to Miss Jennie
r-'trahL But we did'nt ; and, as its too
late now, we won't 6ay another word
t The Land Appraisers of the dif
ferent Townships of the County were
busily engaged during the forepart of
tins week in making arrangements
and receiving' instructions relative to
their official duties, which they will en
ter upon immediately.
riorsE attd Lot ix McCoktklsvtlls:
roa Sale ! Joseph Roberta informs us
that he will sell his house and lot, near
the canal, on very reasonable terms -half
cash in hand, and the balance in
yearly payments of $100 each. The
house is new, and is desirable.
Lewis Balding, Esq., of Morgan
ville, has just returned from a sojourn
cu" three months in Seaeca County, in
this State. . Ue6ayshe has seen more
mud here in one day than he did in
Seneca all winter.
IS?" John Weston, now of Tehama,
California, but formerly of this county,
is visiting his friends here after , an
absence of nineteen years. He is look
ing in good health, and, like all newly
returned Californians, thinks" he will
have to go back to the State of his
A Boston contemporary
says: "While nobody knows' the
sepulchre of - Moses, what grand
mausoleums will distinguish the
dust and proclaim the virtues of
railroad swindlers,- government
robbers and bhoddy contractors !"
KgL. A Piltpncld, Massachusetts,
man lost his hammer. He gave
one of his boys a sound thrashing
for losing it. Not long after the
father found the missing hammer
where n had left it. "Ifever
mind," said he, trying to console
the boy and his conscience, ''whip
pings never eomo amiss.'
t& A woman has been murder
ed m Mansfield, Ohio, under cir
cumstances that have Iod to tlio ar
rest and commitment to jail of one
A. L. Robinson, who rs snid to ha o
once been a residei tof ibis village.
It seems that the woman bad been
kept by Robinson as bis mistress.
She bad finally received a proposi
tion of marriage from another party
and was desirous of accepting it.
Robinson objected to this marrrage,
nnd it rs supposed became exceed
ingly jealous at tho idea of if.
These circumstances connected with
the existence ol certain marks of a
man's teeth on the body of the
murdered woman, which were just
such- marks as Robinson's teeth
would make, as ascertained by a
Dentist taking an impression of
Robinson's mouth, constitute the
chief evidence against him. How
over, tho Shield and Banner, of
Mansfield, in publishing in full the
testiuony given at the Coroner's
inquest, expresses the belief that
the man- who committed this "inhu
man butchery bas opt yet been dis
The Congregatlonalist traces the re
cent escapade of the Rev. Mr. Cooke
to his first ciear. If. it savs. he had
never smoked, he would not have be
come smoker; and he not being ai
emokerhe would not have taken, to1
opium ; ana nau he not used
he would have staved
ve stayed at home with. I
Mrs. Cooke and been a resectable.'
MORGAN TOWNSHIP AND
For the past few years thero bas
been a disposition manifested by a
majority of tho citizens of Morgan
Township and tho Villago of Mc
Connelsville, to eschew party poli
tics in the annual Spring electiors.
This has never been satisfactory to
certain of our prominent local poli
ticians, and has been extremely dis
tasteful to such old party backs as
D. C. Pinkerton, the head and front
of the Radical Ring of Morgan
Cojnty. This year Mr. Pinkerton
determined to "take time by thi
forelock," and, by one bold move
ment, place matters in such a posi
tion that Republicans could not en
ter into any other than a straight
Republican Convention. In ordei
to do this, he B8t himself to work,
wrote out a call for a straight Re
publican Convention, and band
ed it to W. W. Pylo for publication
in last week's Herald, a dale pre-
vious to that of any other move
ment. Pyle was elated with the
idea which Pmkerlon's scheming
brain bad hit upon ; and he, in his
editorial capacity, attached to the
call one of his soul-stirring (!) efTu
sioDs, calling on the Republicans of
this Township atd Corporation to
rally to the last man, in Conven
tion and at the Polls, to thesup
ort of Republican principles.
Evidently, Pinkerton and Pyle
thought there was not a Republi
can m town that would dare say
aught against their project ; but,
by reference to the call for a Cons
vention lound elsewbcro in this pa
per, :t will be seen that the Repub.
Iicans of Morgan Township, as well
as Democrats, are not to be con
trolled m matters of local import
ance by the edicts of old political
backs and schemers. If thej' do
vote their party principles in State
and National matters, they have
demonstrated their intention of be
ing independent in matters which
relate to home interests exclusive
ly. We would not be surprised to
see the Herald making another of
its humiliating apologies in this
week's issue. They say that "D.
C. is as mad as a fly," but the pro
minent Republicans only fay
"Shoo I" when he "bodders" tbcra.
Call for a Convention to Nominate
a Township and Corporation
Ticket for Morgan
Township and the Village of
The voters of Morgan Township and
of the I ncorporated Village of JlcCon
nelsville, who are in favor of the en
forcement of the Prohibitory Ordin
ance, now existing in said Corporation,
are requested to meet at the Mayor's
Office, in said village, on FRIDAY, the
25th day of March, at 7 o'clock, P. M.,
for the purpose of putting in nomina
tion a 'township and Corporation Tick
et to be voted for at the Spring elec
tion, to be held on the 4th day of
John F Sigler,
W W McCarty,
J T Crew,
T T Nott,
W A McConnell,
Joseph A Kelly,
John H Murray,
A A Adair,
John ts Adair,
W R Kelly,
B F Beissincer,
John n Whee'er,
W F Peairs,
E W Beckett,
J M West,
A A Price,
J L Cochran,
S B Sells,
II M Cochran,
A D fiavenor,
A L Aberlein,
C W Mummey.
R A Pinkeron,
N C Lukens,
L n Brent,
N M. McLaughlin,
John A Sherman,
S G Bemis,
11 II Erent,
W O Pouts
II B Vincent.
T C Veatch,
D D Williamson,
W C Tresize,
W K Hambleton,
E W Cotton,
S C Brewster,
W fct McCarty,
N J Simpson,
J, C Stone,
T D Cheadle,
C E Kahler,
S S Sigler,
If wo begin to license wrong, wc
might as well keep on and license the
whole Satanic host, every imp. Chris
tianity is not ready to do this. Is not
rumselling a crime against property,
against life, against mora's, and against
religion ? I he intense criminality of
rumielling has been pjoved so many
times, and the proof is so overwhelm
ing, and the facts are so appalling, that
not only a madman or a very ignorant
man wi 1 now rise up to deny the as
sertion that rumseUing is the worst
crime now in this country.
The support of a temperance ticket,
of the most radical sort, should be ur
ged on the general ground of the worth
of the temperance idea, and the abso
lute necessity of givirg that idea a
prominent and a living page on the
statute book. If alcohol does more
mischief than anything else in the
country, and who can doubt it or dis
prove it, it is the duty of every voter
to put in a temperance vote into the
ballot box every time it is opened.
TJie above call was not presented to
a great many of our citizens because
of the inability of those circulating it
to possibly to cTo se-in the short time
allotted to them it was in circulation
but a little over one day. Every voter
that espouses-tke cause set forth in the
call, is invited to attend the Conven
tion and participate in its action.
Housekeepers, it appears to us, wo'd
do well and wisly, if they were to put
a lock between there kerosene oil and
their stupid servants. At Milwaukee,
Wis., on the 27th lt., a servant girl
named Monogan was burned to death.
the result of an attempt to light a fire
uv jiumiug vuai uii uu lue lUei. m the.
same city, ana at the same sime, two
cooks at the JVational Hotel were fatal
ly burned through an- indulgence in
th Pftmft crfl7V follv. Thes nonr inu.
u u ' ,j r
;r .7, .
been within their reach.
FOR THE PUBLIC.
I hereby certify that I have usee
Field's Patent Building Paper ant
found that it is a good thing. It ad
heres to the wa'l and ceiling nicely
and is very easy to put on, and I thin!
that its durability is equal to that o'.
any other kind of plastering. When
tacked, it leaves a very smooth surfac
and is as solid, seeming'y, as lim
plastering itself. It is also cheap, and
attended with much less expense. 1
have sheeted and plastered my house
at a cost of about fifty dollars ; other
wise it would have cost me about one
hundred dollars. I would advise all
persons building to use Field'B Patent
Building Paper. M. II. HUFF.
A Fair Hit At Donn Platt.
Once upon a time, when Judge Pru
den presided over the Probate Court,
Donn Piatt, then lawyer, now profess
ional satirist, undertook to make game
of the gallant Col. Sullivan, a well
known Irish attorney of the Cincinnati
bar. Donn was funny, very funny,
and the laugh was on Sullivan until at
last he propounded this remarkable
theory in regard to his friend and
pitcher: "Gentlamin," he Baid to the
jury, ''when God made Donn Tiatt lie
did not think he was good, and did not
know whether to put him into circula
tion or not. But at last He wrote on
him, 'Passed, but without recourse to
The persistent efforts of the bond
boldinjj ring, which includes the
Administration and tho majority of
Congress, to iorce greenbacks up to
the gold standard, and thus, in fact,
add one-third or more to the am
ount of the public debt, are produc
ing among the people the effect
which might have been anticipated.
Wc published a few days ago the
proceedings of a large meeting in
Iowa, at which strong resolutions
were passed in favor of casting off
the entire burden by repudiation.
In Williams county, Ohio, one bun
dred and eight voters have just
put their names to a declaration of
the same purport; and, as the mon
etary stringency increases, and the
"hard times" are daily getting har
der, through the prostration of bus
iness, the disposition to discuss that
severe remedy for a prodigious evil
is becoming more general, uftd hun
dreds are everywhere mustering
into the ranks of the "wet-sponge
battalion." Will the bondholders
take warning from these suggestive
''signs of the times," and reduce
the prcssuro which is crashing oat
tho industrial energies of the peo
ple ? We Bhall seo ! Enq.
The Xew York Tribune is highly
pleased with the prospect that'there
will bo no unnecessary haste in the
reduction ol other than the income
tax, and that there will bo no fur
ther inflation of the currency."
Nothing gratifies that paper 60
much as to keep the screws tight
upon the business and industrial in
terests of the country. Any relief
by tho reduction of taxation, or by
tho furnishing of more monetary
facilities, would causo it the great
est pain. The people have Ion:
perceived that there was llua hasto''
in taking off their taxes. They
don't come offnear as quick as they
went on. Nothing is being dono
even with the oJioub income tax,
and, so far as any ono. can perceive,
we are threatened with it as a piece
of pcrmaneat legislation. The idea
of our New York cotcraporary is
that the publio is a huge lemon,
which is to be squeezed for the ben
fit of the bondholder and the New
England manufacturer. To reduce
our taxes, to give tho laborer a
ebance to better bis condition,
might, perchance, lower the price
of bonds and diminish the gains of
the Yankee monopolists. That
would be terrible, and, of course, is
not to be entertained. Cincinnati
THE FIRST STAR-SPANGLED
AC a stated meeting of the Historic
al Society of Pennsylvania, in Phila
delphia, on Monday evening, William
J. Canby, Esq., read a paper on "The
First Star Spangled Banner made in
America, and who made it."
The paper contains and interesting
tradition now first published, well pre
served in the family of Mrs. Elizabeth
Claypoole, to the effect that this lady
(whose name at that time was-Boss,;
was the first maker and partial design
er of the flag of the United States.
The house where the first flag was
made is stated to be still standing at
No. 239 Arch street, be'ow Third, a lit
tle two story and attic tenement, for
merly No. 89, aud first occupied by
Mrs.- Claypoole, whose maiden name
was Griscom. when she was the widow
of her first husband-, Mr. John Ross, a
son of Eev. Earieas Boss, once assist
ant minister of Christ' ChuTch in this
city, and afterwards at New Cast'e,
in Delaware, and a nephew of Colonel
George Ross, a signer of the Declara
tion of Independence.
A Committee of Congress, of whom
Colonel Ros3 was one, accompanied by
General Washington, in June, 1770,
called on Mrs. JVss, who was an up
holster, and engaged her to make th
flag from a rough drawing, which, ac
cording to- her suggestions, was re
drawn and somewhat altered, by Gen
eral Washington himse'f, then and
there in her back parlor. The flag; as
thus designed, was made by Mrs.
Ross; and adopted by Congress, and" j
was the first Star-Spangled Banner that J
ioated upon the breeze. Mrs. Koss re
eived the employment of the flag ma
ting for the Government, and contin
led it for many years. She was mar
ked to Captain Ashburn, who died in
Mill Prison, England, during the Ke
.olution, a lineal descendant of Oliver
A writer in the Salem Gazette Bays a
)ine tree, twenty lec t in height, and
en inches in diameter at the base, has
grown upon the so'id rock in Bever'y,
!assachusetts, and, as it grew, unable
to obtain moisture and support from
the rock or to penetrate its surface,
sent out its roots for supplies. These
traveled twenty or more feet over a
rocky ledge until they reached a
swamp, and from thence the tree has
been built up. These roots, where
they run over the ledge, are three or
four inches in circumference, and of
the same color as the rock, so that
they can scarcely be distinguished
The New York Sun says thnt it
is possible that the steamship City
of Boston has been run down by
some British mail steamer, whose
captain forgot to mention it on his
arrival in port. It might be well
to ask some of the British captains
if they did not feel a blight jar at
any time during their passage.
ABallimore couple, recently mar
ried, appended to the announce
ment of the fact in the papers :
'Advertised for the benefit of a few
of our inquiaive friends.'
'Teail weddings," which occur when
a couple have been married seventy
years, usually take place on the other
side of Jordan.
The people who steal hair from young
ladies in the streets are plying their
vocation in London, whereupon the
Echo remarks : "Alas I how many
a thoughtless girl may go " out with
locks straying in the breeze, happy and
careless, and return, if not cappy, at
business, firms, c.
Tho Louisville Courier savs that
the most degraded of the enemies
of George Washington have refrain
ed from gloating over tho fact that
his seat in the Execulivo Mansion
is now occupied by U. 5. Grant, and
vet the Radical press an constantly
throwing it into the teeth cf the
Southern people that the negro He
re's bas Jeffoison Daviw seatm the
Senate. These charges, Presiden
tial and Senatorial, are as remark
able ns they are disgraceful, but it
mast not be forgotten that the Ra
dical party is wholly responsible
Stone lias sold nearly all of those
beantiful new DeLakca aud has ordered
KB, We would call special attention to
our assortment or Razors an! Razor stropB
the Ruzora arc from the best manufact
ures in the world, Wade & Batcher, Wos
ten'iolm, and Rogers & Soup. The strops
we have sold for years, on approval, and
have never had one returned.
H. B. VINCENT k BRO.
Wounds mado by the teeth often
prove poisonous. A man in Detroit
struck another in the teeth on Christ
mas day, cutting his own knuckles
thereby. Tho hand swelled and in
flamed, and since then the flesh has de
cayed from the wounded finger. Thjfe
diseased bone has been scraped, but
without effect, and the physicians think
amputation will be necessary.
C, Why will you spend niony for the
useless nostrums that sre 6o!d wheo the
old 11: liable Expectorant oi Dr. Duncan
will cure tbe worst coughs T Ask tte hun
dreds who use it. Price 51 00 a bottle at
All kinds WINDOW en ADE3 at the
Book Store Green Oil Cloth, Green and
Bvff Holland of American and English
stock, splendid Painted Linen Shades-all
colors, and of the most elegant and stylish
figures, and WINDOW PAPER in figor
ed patterns and plain goods, of satin and
common finish, and of all color?.
Sgfc- A fall assortment of the la
test styles of Cloihs, CasBimercs,
&c, at Isaac Carncs'.
The ilaquokMa caves in Iowa are de
scribed by the Dubuque Times : "East
and between the two caves is a bar of
solid rock, about one hundred feet
thick. These caves extend about three
miles, and are turning out mineral in
navins ouantities-. A fp.w davn am
X mt A - - J C
Air. Larcom discovered a solid layer of
the shining galena, with indications of
sua larger chucks ancau. jviessrs.
Ferns & Company have also struck a
cave that is likely to prove very rich,
and they are now raising considerable
mineral. Mr. Burge is likewise find
ing good minera', andMessrs. James &
Jones have mined here for about two
years, with marked success. They
have raised one hundred and fifty
thousand pounds, and still finding
f3r Make yourselves ready to get a pair
of Philadelphia custom made shoes from
If you want yuur clotthes to
to fit you, go to Isaac Carnos and
employ him to d your cutting.
BgU White Sweedish Oa's for seed, 40
to 42 pounds to the bushel. Piic 5 eta.
BUlt is ao trouble for any end all to be
mi ted in making selections of WALL PA
PER at the Book Store, as the stock is so
larga and varied, ond they have Paper suit
able for all kinds of roms and houses.
E35u -Dry Goods in very great variety at
The numerous stores to rent in
Broad WAV. New Vnrlr nnd mlif
desirable locations; are evidence of
the depression in general travro.
Over 100,000' men aro out of em
ployment in that city. The reduc
tions in the prices of labor have
been, in all cases, initiated bv th.4
employers, who stated their ina
bility to pay existing rales, and tho
employed have been forced in eve
ry case to 6ubm?i.
tSi- Choice Giocerits at low Ejrures, at
Sill's. fc '
"I suppose," raid a quads, while fee-
ling the pulse of a patient Who had re
luctantly submitted to so'icit his ad
vice, "I suppose you think me a bit of
a hun.bug ?" "Sir," gravely replied
the sick marrr "I was not aware nutil
now that yoi could so readily discover
a man's thoughts by fee'ing of his
Wi? Light au-J Dark print?, Brown and
Bleached muslius, a good stock now in
store, at Sill's.
w Grenadine. Donna Maria Ttorixre
BUck Netr White 'et. and Mourning veil
stuffs at Halliday & Co's.
The Boston Posb thmss sympa
thy on Queen Victoria is wasted,
because she wearB a wig, and 'has
no gray hairs for Wales to bring
down with sorrow."
WINDOW SHADES !
Tie large stock and great assortment ol
WINDOW SHADES at A dais's Book
Store, together with the low prices at whicb
they are selling these Goods, is the best in
(inctment e-er oflered our people to sepply
theniselved with these muchneeJeJ articles
Large Trunks 1
Small Trucks !
Cheap Trunks I
Good Trunks 1
Zinc Trunks I
Leather Trunks I
Saratoga Tiunks !
Hand Trunss I
Corjirimn Trunks I
always to had at the store of F. Sill & Co.
A, clock is like a man it has two
hands, a face, an inside and an out
side. Sometimes the hands point to
the truthbut it is not ashamed to
show its face when it don't. It is a
useful bit of machinery 60 is man.
It often gets out of order so does
man. It is often wound up so is man.
It strikes so docs man. It is not al
ways to be relied on no more is man.
A new lot of Ca&simeres k Cloths'
just received at Kelly k Seaman's.
Josh Billings says "there is no more
real satisfaction in laying up in your
buzzum an injury, than there is in
stuffing a dead hornet who has stung
yon, and keepin' him to look at."
tguNEW ARRIVAL Hats at Hal
liday k Co'a.
A large lot ot new Shawls just op
ened at Kelly k Seaman' .
First instalment of Spring Goods
just received at Halliday k Co's.
"The fact is," said an orderly wife,
"a man does not know how to straight
en up things. He does not know where
to commence I I don't wonder," 6he
emarked, in conclusion, "that when
od made Adam he went right to
work ard made a woman to tell him
what to do."
Ham and Eggs served a'- Cris.
S. Another tatra nice lot of Plain- k
Fancy Neckties and Bows, also a new lot
of Cellars. We k?ep the largest and m-t
varied assortment in town. Don't take
onr word for it, but call at Sili'd and test
TONS OF WALL PAPER,
Of the best qualify and choicest patlern",
n-win stock at Adair'? Book Store for
the c'p ring and Summer trade of 1870.
JfWe have ordered and tre expecting
in a few days, the nicest and must com
plete stock of Qneen8wareT &c, yet offered
to the public. Don't bny until you see
"our lot." F. SILL k CO.
iSF Oranges and Lemons constantly
received and sold cheap at Cris. Eurck-
The Galena (III.) Gazette narrates
how three young men, who ascer
tained that a certain young lady
had engaged herself to each of
them, fiercely quarreled about it for
several months, and then agreed to
wait upon the girl in a body and
ask her to tako her choice. But
the girl quietly informed tbem that
it was a quarrel of their own, in
which she was not particularly in
terested, and that they mu6t setllo
it among themselves. Whereupon
they retired and settled the difficul
ty by drawing lots, and the winner
married tho girl fast week. The
bride declaroa that she got the one
that was her choice from the first.
WALL PA?ER1 WALL PA PER II
In point of economy and taste it ia im
prr'aut that everybody intending to paper
tf eir dwellings, offices, stores, and other
rooms, this season, ahoold purchase their
supplies of WALL PAPER at tbe Book
S'ore of Abair Bros. They will save time
in making selections, and money ia the low
pr'eai at which this firm are telling their
X&m Fresh Oyster Crackers k Select
Oysters bv the can and dish, at Cris
IgU Tiolin Strings at lower fjrurct ILao
ever since the war, at Vincent's. '
t&. Baskets, Tinware, and llon?efarn
ifhing goods, best stock in town at Sill's.
RAZORS I RAZORS 1 1
We have the largest stock and best a
sortment of Razs in tie town, ol the cel
ebrated Wade k Butcher, WostPnholm,
Roger?, and other good makes, which we
are-sslling very cheap. The larpe number
we hare sold, and the eminent satisfaction
thej have all given, is tl e best endorsement
of their excellence. Also, several good
makes of Strops that can't be beat, togeth
er with an excellent lot of Soaps, Brushes,
Ct.ps or Boxes, enabling fis to make a com
plete ontfit in tie thaviwr line.
EwSew Raisins and figs at Cris.
8Q Notion!", Fancy Goods, a complete
stock and weekly addition", from Erst
hand. For goods in- this liie, go to Sill's
PA PER HANtflMii!
Tbe largest and mst seasonable stock of
WALL PAPER. W'NDOW SHADES,
WINDOW FIXTURES, CORD, TAS
SELS, ire, in town are now open and rea
dy for sale at Adair's Book Store.
tQU Tloarhound drops made express
ly for coughs and colds, at Cris. Uurck
Cincinnati Stock Market.
Xha following is tho report from
the Great Western Stock Yards of
Cincinnati, for the week ending
Jlonday, tbe 21st instant:
Receipts Hogs, 1,550; cattle,
500; ehcep, 5C0.
Beef Cattle The roceipls for
the week have been light, and un
der al good demand from butchers;
the market closed firm with a Blight
advance in prices. We qooto inte
rior to common, S3 754 50; prime
butcher's stock, S5 750 50, ship
ping cattle, $G 757- per cental,
Sheep Tho eupply for the week
has been very light, and the mark
et closed firm without any left over
unsold-. We ouote comraon to
prime at $4 236 per cental, gross.
IIogs Tbe receipts continue
light and aro inadequate to tho de
mand. The market closed firm
with a good demand from butchers
and shippers. We quote ligh: to
heavy averages selling at SS(58 75;
extra butcher hogs ?9 per 100 lbs.
McCONNELSVILLE, Mar. 24, 1870.
FLOUR Best famiiv $550;
WIIBAT $1 ,00 per" bushel.
CORN MEAL 50,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushM, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, SO.OO. Fall, SI. 05.
OATS 3T irnts per besbel, wholesale.
Hay 815 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED S3.00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED- -SI 75 to 2 00.
I5EANS--S2 00 per bushel.
DRIED APPLES Gets, per pornl.
DRIED PEACH E3 .3 00 per bub.
POTATOES $0 40 per iush at
BUTTER 25 cts. per pound,
EUGS 15 cts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cl?. per lb.
SUGAR .12 to 15 ctf. per lh.
VH ITE SUGAR 14 to 17 ct3..1b.
COFFEE 20 to 30 eta. per lb.
TEA- il 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
Sl'KUP $1 00 tt galron.
LARD 15 to 18C.8 per pound, whole
sale. CANDLES 20cU per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH 1 Owls per lb.
SAL"' SI 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Picked, 15 cts pr lb.
CARBON OIL 40ct. per gallon.
I.NSEED OIL 1 ,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL 2.00 per ealln.
TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF
MORGAN COUNTY, OHIO.
Cohxissiokrr's Owes, Morgan Co., O., I
McConiielaville, March 8. 1870. J
At a regular sessiou of t'uo Conunis6ion
era of Morgan count'. Ohio, held March 8,
1&70, it was ordered that tbe matter of con
atructiLg Free Turnpike Koads ia said
county of Aforvan, under the act f April
SO, 1S69. as amended by the act of Febrawv,-
16U.. lb(0, te cubmittcd to a voleoithe
qualified electors of said comity on tbe 1st
MOXDATOFAPRIL, 18:a, being tbe 4;1
day of paid month. In caa there in a ma
jority of said electors in faror of cnatract
ing Free Turajukea in aaid connly, the
Board of Oommiasionera propose to build
and construct three leading lines of each
loadion esu; h Sid of the river, beginning
at the town of MoConnelsville and building
fo much of each of aaid line aa a levy of
four ni ilia on each dollar's valuation of the
taxable property ou the Duplicate of aaid
county-will build. The tax thua collected
to be expended equally oueach of aaidlinefl
liy order of Commisaion era
MORGAN COUNTY, OHIO. JAMES B. McGREW, A. M. G. O.
March 11, 1370 4 w. .
MED ICJ N E S !
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
ell articles pertain icg to tho
lie has on hand constantly a largo and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at tho LOWEST market pri
HE ATT Y & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Ir- John Alexander, in
Morgan county. mrll,ls70-ly.
o. n. woorrwoarff.
V. C. DAVIDSOH.
ISTo. 201 Liberty St.,
rOB THE BALI OF
.Sf And all kinds of Country Froduce.lfe
Consignments Solicited. Returns made
A Liberal Advance made on Congaments.
Mean3 k C'oflin, Grocers, Pittaburg ; Vm.
Miller, Grocer, Pittsburg; Arbathnot,Shan
nm k Co., Wholesale Dry Gooda, Pittsburgh
Gill Bro., Boots and Shoes, Pittsburg ;
Pittsfcurg Rational Bank of Commerce,
PittebuTg ; Trainer & Anderson, Philadel
phia ; J. Ilowe & Co., Kew York ; Lewia
Jones A Bon, Baltimore ; Straight, Iteming
Se Co. Cincinnati Wick I'rowder A Co.,
Cleveland, O.; Holmes, Butler k C., De
troit ; First National Bank, JefVersorx.O.;
Outniau k Co., Cherry Valley, O.; Chamb
erlain Bros., Palestine, O.; Uawley k Kings
bury, Salem, 0j Kite . llarris kC.; Vwi
tcr, O.; W. II. Ja'.lory, Sunfidh, O ; F
Kampher,SuntU7i,0;Ptewart Laiure, Ca
diz. Of Wolia k Duan, Marietta, O.
Zanesvllle lluslnegs Cards.
jULLl VAN k BRO WN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Bo ili Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PltlVTIXG
Our apecialty. Music, Magazine?, 1c.,
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. Blank Books for" Counties,
Banks. Merchants, kc., best paper at the
2anMTille, Obt. 15, 136?.
PRINTING ! ! !
NOW PUBLISHED IN SOUTH-EASTERN
THE ATTENTION OF TTE BUSI
NESS PUBLIC IS CALLED TO TUB
OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
WE HAVE THE BEST AND LAT
. ' EST KINDS OF
And our abHity fo pel out work prompt
ly is unsurpassed in this section. We
Lave a large variety of printing types,
and our rates are such, as will not fail
to Buit all who may fa?or ui with their
A. IN" D
3? HO MPTLY
TTE SOLICIT ORDERS.
GOOD & I I
clothing; ! ! !
ALSO THEY WOULD CALL THE
ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
THEIR FACILITIES FOR FILLING
CLOT II I NG
Made to Order,
AS THEY HAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SPARE NO
PAINS '10 MAKE A (iOODVlTFOR
ALL WHO i AY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE !
STORE. Southwest Corner of the Pub
VI. R, KBLX.1T, 2SH. B.
y.'nyhe fonnil at ftVe on
TBXn 50E.TII-WEST COn.ETI
1? libit e Squares
At all times, when not absent on Frofesa
Sept. :i, 19-if. '
J." T. n i? R w ,
AT TO UN K Y-AT-LxYTW
Over Brewster' Store, near Court Huuia.'
II! foll.'tnons rroraptty ilinttA to.
A-clnms fc Ivnhe r
have a well selocte-l stock of Pry Goods,
lingeries, (J ieesware, Bouts and Shoes,4r:.,
G RE ATLY REDUCED FX CES
iTDuE : Xor'h-Wcst Comer or Ccaicraad
April 22 lr.
dealer in mechanic's TooU, Farm Imple
ments, Bui). ling Materials, Shelf Hard
ware Cordage, Ilouse Furnishing Goods,
. Manufacturer of
TIX A XD SHEET III OX TTAJIS
Oppoaite the Court Ilouse,
M'Co j JU3THL1, Ohio.
T. C. TRESIZE
asks the public to call and examine hla
specimen Photajrapbs, Ferrotypes, Am
LroUrnes. Gems. Ac.. Ac. which cannot h
surpassed anywhere. II haa perfected ai
rangeroenta whereby any one can be ac
comoduted with the'finest of Oil Faintinga
and pictures of India Ink Work. P.ooni
over Boone's Saddler Shop, iu J. C. Stone
building. Center Street, H'ConuelsYille,
Juu 1 ly.
Fruit Trees !
If you want to prow the best apples in Am-
erica send to
C. B. SWEETLAND
Crimes CuKcn,StarIi atd 4 ll
Thej dm lh best and most profitable ap-
TileA in Ohio. Thm ftrivtu trfia nf Orirn.
Golden has not failed to priict a G'KID
cron of frnit fo nTir Itrtntv rain Tli.
arr'?9 are highly recommenced bjr all the
Ti ..ti.inltn.fll c i a : 1 1 i
papers. I can lurnUh
NO. 1 T.EE'ES
5y-Send in your orders soon, as the leaan
cn tor planting is close at band.
1 am also preparad to
FURNISH ANY KINO OF TREES
that may be wanted, whether frnit or orn
amental. C. B. gWEETLAND,
Feb.lltf. McCaBnelsTills, O
A. V. TTALKEB.
3. O. WALKER
A- W. WALKER
C L 0 T II I N G
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST Ml ICE !
Onr PKICE3 wil suit the times. Allor
ders accompanied by a responsible nam
will ba promptly filled. This firm Is al
ways up to the latest fashions, and warrant
their clothing to stand the scrutiny of tb
moat fastidioas. They keep roods to sell by
the yard or in any shape to suit purchaser.;.
Ladies' Cloaking alwa rs ou hand.
CALL. EARLY BEFORE THE
Kl'SII BEGIAS !
C. If. II Alit,
TflsoZcSalo and Retail
BUSINESS JDONE ON A
STRICTJjY CASH SYSTEM !rj
Mt 7, 1569 tf.