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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX
FRIDAY, . . April 8, ITO.
There be a meeting of the citi
zens of McOonnelgville and Malta, at
the Mayor's office in UcConnelsyille,
on Saturday eTening, next, at 6 and a
half o'clock, to take into consideration
the propriety of contributing material
aid to the establishment of an Agri
cultural Implement Manufactory in
our midst. The oHect is an imporant
as well as a feaHble one, and it i
hoped that, by this attendance and in
terest manifested, the enterprise will
receive such encouragement as will in
sure its success. CITIZEN.
Notice to Assessors of Chattle
Notice is hereby given to the Asses
sors elect of the several Townships of
Morgan county, Ohio, to meet at the
Auditor's Office on Tuesday, the 14th
instant, to receive thtir Blanks and
Assessors will please bring certificate
of election and qualification. Punctu
al attendance required.
JAMES B. McGBEW, AucLJLC.
April 6, T870-lw. '
The Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society are
requested to meet at the Mayor's office
in McConnelsville, on -
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1870.
at ten o'clock-, A. M., for the transac
tion of important business. ' It is very
desirable that there be a full and
prompt attendance at this meeting.
The following persons comprise the
Board for the present year :
James A McConuel, Fresident ; Ed
win Sherwood, Vice President ; Eli S
Fawcett, Samuel JI Scott, James C
Loughridge, Perley J Stanbery, James
J Huffman, Joseph Reed, David L Jen
kins, and J B Ooudy, Managers.
JOHN S. ADAIR, Secretary.
April 8. 1870—2w.
I have had surveyed a number of
Cemetary Lota, on land west of, and
adjoining the Graveyard, in Mc
Connelsville, Tvhich I now offer for
sate. . A Plat may be seen by call
JOHN B. STONE.
April 1, 1870—3w.
St& The Court of Common Pleas is
, in session.
I Nat. Sbepard and family
leave here, on H6xt Tuesday, for
llondamon. Iowa. , - . -
t&" Rev. Edffell, of Beverly, will
fill tb M. E. Pulpit, of this village,
the coming rear.
IST". Fred. Brown wants every
one to remember that they can got
the very best 6bave, hair cut, or
schampoo at his shop.
Dave Williamson's barber
shop is to be removed' to the room
formerly occupied by P. Sweeny &
Judge Mareh, Colonel "Wm.
Ball, and Judge Evan?, all of Zanes
ville ; and S. B. Robinson, Esq., cf
Beverly, are in attendance on our
Coart of Common Pleas.
-Rev. Hollister, of Iho M. E.
Charch.leavos here to-day for La
trobe, Pennsylvania, where he will
reside for the next year.
JE$- P. Sweeney & Co's. Tobacco
and Cigar Store has been removed
to the roem adjoining the Post of
fice, in the Odd Fcllow'g Build
i& J. TrCrew has removed his
law office to the room opposite the
Prosecuting Attorney's office, in the
Court House. I ' :
Z&l The name of the heretofore
firm of Cochran Bros., has been
changed tf thlt of C. E. Cochran.
Charles is going it alono from this
time forward. ' . : '
1ST John liyan's Boot and Shoe
SLre has been removed to the room
formerly occupied byJW. A-Sill, ex
lie v.' John "Kelly and family
left- here . for Lima, Ohio, on last
Monday ' Morning. Ur. Kelly ex
presses himself as well" pleased with
Lima, and her citizens. , ,! . - .
Rev. W. M. Grimes and fam
ily,; having been visiting their
friends he'e, started for their home
in TJnchsvHIe, Ohio, on last Friday
morning z s. ... ;.
ST Jchn Hall atarteJ for Phila
delphia and New York on Tuesday
morning, in which places he intends
purchasing a large Spring and Sum
mer stock of Goods.
XST C. - Hall, on Thursday
morning, " started : for l New York,
where he will Jar in s large stock
of Millinery and Fancy Goods, No
tions, &c. . -
IST" Sevesteen persons were tak
ken as members into the Presbyle
rian Church on last Sabbath. The
Sacrament of the Lord's Sapper
was administered ira-med'ratery fol
lowing the - morDTfig services, and
the huirber of conrannieants was
larger than has been trotfeed in that
church for some year. "
J5 Now that the road's are get
ting passable, D. H. Mo?tley-& Co.,
are reaping the benefit of their
cheap, caeb prices for all kinds of
groceries. People from the coun
try are thronging their store con
tinually. . - . - . :
MORGAN COUNTY ELECTIONS.
Below will be found the informa
tion we have been able to pick up
relative to the recent elections in
Morgan Township and the Village
Morgan Township and the Village of McConnelsville.
The following is an abstract of
votes cast, and for whom cast, in
thm Township and Corporation:
Vote Cast for Corporation. Officer of Ote
Village of McConnelsville.
James Elwood, 146
W A Sill, 137
Lewis Harter, 105
A A Adair, 73
Cornelius Head, 211
J F Sigler, 100
C B'Bozman, 166
E W Cotton, 144
FOR COUNCIL—1 YEAR.
Hiram McGrath, 173
Robert L Morris, 178
E P Dunsmoor, 140
Isaac Hutchinson, 110
John Travis, 136
C F Shepard, 116
HenBon 8 pence, 18
E M Stanbery, 5
J T Crew, 2
N C Lukens. 40
J F Sonnanstine, 16
W H Blundon, 2
Thomas Hammond, , I
John Ewing, 1
John Ewing, 148
Thomas Hammond, 174
E M Stanbery, 154
W H Blundon, 138
Henson Spence, 137
J T Crew, .60
Hiram McGrath, 15
J F Sonnanstine, 121
Isaac Uutchinson, 2
O F Shepard, 1
Yotet Cast at Morgan Township Election,
David Ro'brook, 182
Jeptha Doudna, 225
J U Loughridge, 191
Joseph Kelly, 158
William Whipple, 163
Thomas'T. Nott, 73
A J Lawrence, 18
W A Sill, 174
Lewis Harter, 153
A A Adair, 67
C B Bozman, 205
EW Cotton, 168
Robert A Pinkerton, 227
Samuel Smith. 170
Corne'ius Head, 281
Abner Py'e, 190
Lewis McGrath. 151
John F Sigler, 95
Jacob Halton, 43
Aaron Wilson, 1st District, 6
John Donahue, 2nd District, 91
N M Brent, 2nd District, 56
John Young, 2nd District, 29
John M Wi son, 3d District, 75
G W Conklin, 3d District. 64
Daniel Marion, 3d District, 21
Joseph Van wey, 3d District, 14
J O Loughridge, 4th District, 10
E Spencer, 4th District, 1
It will be seen from the above
that W. W. McCarty was elected
Mayor; W. A. Sill Township and
Corporation Clerk; Cleason B. Box
man Township and - Corporation
Treasurer; Cornelias Head Mar
shal;. Robert L. Morris, Hiram Mc
Grath, and Ephraim P. Dunsmoor,
Councilmen 1 year; John Ewing,
Thomas Hammond, and Elias M.
Stanbery, Councilmen 2 year; Jeps
tha Doudna, David Holbroek, and
James C. Loughridge, Township
Trustees; Robert A.. Pinkerton, As
sessor; Cornelius Head and Abner
Pyle, Constables; Aaron Wilson,
Supervisor 1st District; John Do Da
hue, Supervisor 2nd Dist rict; John
M. Wilson, Supervisor 3rd District;
James C. Loughridge; Supervisor
We believe almost everybody is
satisfied with the result of the elec
tion. The men chosen to fill our
offices, are almost universally es
teemed as good and capable citi
zens men capable of understand
ing the duties of their respective
offices, and who we believe will per
form those duties. .
Pike Road Vote in the County.
The following decisive express
ion of the people relative to Pike
Roads, will settle this question for
the present: - - .. .
Abstract of Votes PtUtd April 4th, 1870,
for and against Turnpike Roads in Mor
gan County, Ohio.' , " j
-.r - ' ; 864
Majority against Pike's, 1,526
FhH Democracy, of MeigsvilTe
done trobly. They elected their full
ticket by majorities averaging a
bout thfrty.five. John P. Jett, Geo.
Bro n, and John Sammons; were
chosen Trntteea ; M. M. Fulton,
Clerk ; Joseph Morrison, Assessor ;
John Neeley, Treasurer ; J. W Eat-
. Jfc V. . --
ledge, and S. S. Hawke, Constables;
JohnRatledge was elected Justice
of the Peace.
A. J. Breeae, Goodlive Sveytzer,
and E. B. Gordon were chosen
Trustees ; T. J. Masterson, Clerk ;
George Appleman, Assessor ; B.M.
Holcomb, Treasurer ; E. B. Pettit
andj. H. Whitaker, Constables;
and Malon Pettit, Justice of the
Peace. All Democrats.
The entire Democratic ticket in
Bristol, that we published last week,
was elected by a good majority.
Some of the Radicals made extra
ordinary efforts to defeat it ; but
they were of no avail.
T. V. Chambers was elected J.
P., and Clerk; Robert White
house, John M. Roberts, and James
Easlick, Trustees; John W, Sears,
Assessor; Leonidas Davis, Treasure
er; Thomas Campbell, Constable.
Whole number of votes cast, 206.
Majorities ranged from C2 to 159.
Richard McElhany, Wm. Bark
huret, and Joseph Pierce were cho
sen Trustees ; Wm. JS". Durbin,
Clerk ; James J. Huffman, Treasu
rer ; James Stewart, Assessor; and
George Grier and Robert Barns,
Constables. AH Democrats.
J. J. Palmer, William Sherwood,
and Peter Miller were chosen Trns
tees ; James W. Rusk, Clerk ; L
McBee, Assessor ; George Z. Dick-
ereon, Treasurer; and Isaac Stubbs,
Justice of the Peace. All Republi
cans except William Sherwood.
Zedekiah Wiseman and Benton
Fonts were chosen constables.
Incorporated Village of Malta.
William Foulke wan chosen May
or ; Zedekiah Wiseman, Marshal ;
James M. Rusk, Clerk ; George Z.
Dickerson, Treasurer ; Andrew Ha
vener, George Corne', and Arthur
Pund, Councilmen, 1 year ; and C.
L. Hall, James Rogers, and Jesse
Timms, Councilmen, 2 years.
Enoch Williams, Wm. Strode,
and David Smith, were chosen for
Trustees ; John Simpeon, Treasur
er ; John Bain, Assessor ;
Penrose, Clerk ; and Jacob Bing
man. Justice of the Peace. All Republicans.
John Bosh, John Fonts, and S.
Sigler were chosen Trustees ; B.
Thompson, Clerk ; C. L. Gray,
Treasurer ; James Bagley, Assess
or ; John Melick, Constable ; and
J. M. Weaver, Justice of the Peace.
All Democrats except Mr. Gray,
Obediah Brokaw, I. N. Hook and
David A. Henery were chosen
Trustees ; J. L. Pierote, Clerk ; J.
Gormly, Treasurer ; Henry Out
calt, Assessor ; Constables, John
Black, and two others, whose names
we are not informed of.
Village of Stockport.
James Brannon, jr., was elected
Mayor ; 1. J. H. Isenbise, Clerk ;
Dr. J. S. Abbott, Treasurer ; Coun
cilmen, John McDermott, J. L.
Pierote, Jackson Geddis, Joseph
McKibben, Dr. Jason Roberts, Al
exander Isenbise ; lsaao Hook, jr.,
Center and Manchester.
We understand that straight De
mocratic Tickets were elected in
Center and . Manchester township?,
but havo not been able to learn who
the successful candidates, or by
what majorities they were elected.
Union, Marion, and Homer.
" We have no information as to
what was done in Union. In Ma
rion the temperance ticket was de
feated by a large majority. Do not
know the names of those elected.
Havo no information from Hom
t&- Our thanks are due to Hon
Wm. Mungen, Hon. Allen G. Thur
man, and lion. George W. Morgan for
In common with the "Woodsfield
Spirit, we are, also, under great obli
gations to Hon. E. II. Moore for taking
especial pains to not send ns a Public
Document sine he has been represen
ting the Bondholders of this Congress
THE JETT MURDER IN
The Marietta Times, of last week,
after publishing in substance what
we published last week relative to
the attempted arrest of Thomas
Early, in Monroe county, for the
mutder of Thomas Jett, in 1SC9,
Dutton and Michaealis returned
to Marietta, and, on Saturday went
in pursuit of the other Earlys, ar.
riving at White Oak at 9 o'clock at
night. The officers proceeded at
once to the house where the broth
ers resided. One was in bed, and
the other was preparing to retire.
They were taken into custody, and
handcuffed and removed to a hotel,
where they were brought to Mari
etta, and lodged in jail, to await a
preliminary investigation of the
case before Esquire John Test, on
Tuesday, the 5th day of April
Sinco the foregoing was put in
types, another man, named William
Davis, charged with complicity in
the murder, was arrested and lodg
ed, in jail. He resides- on Little
Muskingum, near where the murd
ered man lived. Saspici on attach
es to a fifth person, well known m
this community and effort are
being made for his apprehension.
tSimpkui H. Brown, of Meigs
ville township, sent us, on Tuosday,
a list of eight new subscribers, for
which we are very thankful. He
states that he raised them all m a
part of one day. If other Demo
crats in other townships would put
forth a little energy, we have no
doubt but that our paper would
soon exceed in circulation that oi
any paper ever published in the
County. Goto work, Democrats,
and help us to put out a paper that
will be a credit to the party.
DEsnsT&T. We notice that Dr.
W. N. Hambleton is on hands agftin;
and devoting his entire attention
to his profession. He has laid in a
heavy stock of Dentists' materials,
and is probably better, prepared
than ever to please his patrou".
He occupies his old rooms on Cen
ter street, opposite D. & C. W.
Mumraey'8 Grocery Store, and will
put forth his utmost endeavors to
please all patrons.
The Propeller Siren left here
on Monday, loaded with Masking
um Valley manufactures, intending
to coast along the Ohio River until
all her cargo is disposed of. The
manufactures of Cochran, Bozman
& Co's. Foundry made no 6light
portion of her cargo;
1ST" Somebody has said " that a
portion ef our article of last week,
beaded "The Last Sensation," was
intended to be directed against
James Watkins, Esq. Such an idea
is simply ridiculous.
Elsewhere in this paper will bo
found a notice to the citizens of
Malta and McConnelsville to the
effect that a meeting will be held
tomorrow evening at the Mayor's
Office, m this village, at which the
propriety of forming an Agricultu
ral Implement Company here will
It is to be hoped that our citizens
will take an interest in this matter,
and attend, en masse, at the Mayor's
Office. We need manufactories; and,
we should have them if we can devise
the means of obtaining them. So, let
every body mako it a point to be at
Pursuant to adjournment, the
Morgan County Horticultural Soci
ety met on last Saturday in the
Mr. Joshua Hall exhibited the
following varieties of apples : Coo
per's Market, Starke, White Pip
pin, Winter Pearmain, Ross Green
ing, Winesap, Baldwin, and one un
known variety. Tne latter was re
garded as an excellent apple and
worthy of cultivation.
Mr. H. Douu na exhibited an ap
ple, called by some the .Rhode Is
land Greening, but its identity was
After testing and discussing the
merits of the applts presented, the
President called the Society to or
der for- business. , -
. When, on motion, tbemaeting ad
journed to meet in the same place
on next Saturday, April 9ib, at 1
o'clock' P. M., for the purpose of
electing the officers of the Society
ior me ensuing year. -
J. A. ADAIR, Sec. pro tem.
The Chicago Republican says the
oast winter, with all its snows, has
been most favorable to all kinds of
crops, and warrants the belief that the
coming harvest will be most bountiful.
The soil has been but slightly frozen,
and there has been no damage from
winter killing. The departing sn"ws
expose smiling fields, where the plow
was a lowed to do its last fal 's work.
But the spring season for plowing will
be late, and must be hurried. Still,
the first of May will probably exhibit
a breadth of planting equal to any
rastyear.- S'ock has -wintered well,
and comes out in good condition.
Fruit of all kinds has escaped dam
age, and the promise of a crop was ne
The Memphis. Avalanche comes
down on Roderick Cadetship But
ler with the remark that sinco the
unanimous vote of censure, "It But
Kr had the sensibilities of a Digger
Indian or rhinoceros bo would re
sign, return to East Tennessee,
crawl mo some mountain cave, and
and pull the bole in after him."
CINCINNATI LIVE STOCK
The following are the quotations
of the Brighton Pens, of Cincinnati,
of April 4th.
The demand has been fair, fully
np to the arrivals, and the market
has ruled at fall prices, though no
advance was established. The
butchers are able to take about at!
offered, and there was very little
inquiry from shippers. The pens
this evening were about cleared.
We quoto common, J44 50 ; fair,
4 755 25 ; good, to 506 ; prime
butchers' stock, $6 507, and extra
shipping cattle, 577 50 per cental
There is a continued fair demanJ
and the market rules steadily at
full prices. We quote common to
choice, 54 to S& 50 por cental gross.
The arrivals are hardly equal to
the demand, and the market rnlcs
firm at full rates. All offered wtre
quickly disposed of.
We quote light averages, 87 75
8 50 ; good butchers stOck, 13 75
9, and extra heavy averages, $9 25
We Will receive this week th
heaviest invoice of Notions we have
had this winter, embracing pocket
books, toi!et tsoaps, Mohair switches
and Braids, head nets, Ladies' and
Gents' paper collars and cuffs; also,
new styles of cuffs, buttons, .and a
1001 articles in the Notion line.
F. SILL & CO.
B&. Kelly 4 Seaman
sortment of Shoes just opened, bought
v ius iunc:v price?.
kswss, Items, &t
JSfLanre, exsellent, and complete lin
of POCKET BOOKS at Adair's Book
Store. Everybody can be nhd in ibew
Gooils, as they hare the finest assortment
in the market.
4" A splendid lot of Wrodeuware
just received "at Sil.'s, consisting of
Tubs, Buckets, and Churns, at lower
rates than any time since the war.
ti. Cio to Kelly & Seaman's for
good and cheap hose and half hose di
rect from New York.
8. Fresh OyRter Crackers & Select
Oysters by the can and di9b, at Cris.
BST Goto CL'. ilalls for Wall
Paper, of all kinds and grades.
Cheaper there than elsewhere.
B-The most pleasing s vies, best (Joels,
tnd cheapest WALL PAPER in tW two
towDS, at the Book Store of Adair Bros.
I Look out for a new lot of extra
nice Queensware now at Sill's.
A good article at A pair's Book Store.
V?L. ILL can sell you the cheapest
and best Trunk, Valise, or Satchel in
town, for the reason that they buy di
rect'y from the manufacturer, and
they keep the largest and most com
plete stock in the county.
SSr Oranges and Lemons constantly
received and Bold cheap at Cris. Burck
holter's. ; tf.
. Buffalo Boots and Shoes just re
ceived by J. B. Stone's.
S?a.SpleDdid Oil Cloth for Window
Shades at Adair's Book Stote.
BuNew Raisins and Figs at Crir.
1SU 10-quarter Bleached Sheeting
and extra heavy Ticking, jnsi opened
B$U Lady Elgin and Swiss Watches
just received at v incent s.
B Handsome and cheap PHOTO-
GRAPH ALBUMS at the Book Store ol
Adair Bros. A new aud large stock just
Prints I Prints ! Prints ! just re
ceived a new lot at Stone's.
ISU We are keeping a first class
stock of Goods, and solicit the patron
age of the public. F. SILL & CO.
BlXew- Goods daily expected at the
Book Store of Adair Bros.
tS Some beautiful stjlai of Plaid
DeLaines at J. B. Stone's.
TToarhound drops made express
ly for coughs and colds, at Cris. Burck
tSu Ham and Eggs served a Cri.
B&The beauty, comfort, and tastefuU
ness of all rooms depends greatly on the
character of the Paper on the wall. A ad
nowhere can we recommend our readers to
purchase these necessary supplies, with ihe
certain assurance oi their being suited in
tyle, quality, and prices, so well as at the
Book Store of Adair Bros. Try them,
aud wLat we say you will Hen verify.
CU Kelly & Seaman has just open
ed a full line of Notions at reduced
tSf New Goodi 1 New Goods 1 at
tST We are making a specialty cf
the Necktie and Collar trade, and kec p
the latest styles and the largest and
most varied assortment to be found in
town. F. SILL & CO.
II. B. Vincent Bro.. have re
ceived a verr nice asssortment of La
dies' Gold Watches and Chains, Gold
Pens, Sleeve Buttons, Garnet and Ru
by Rings. They desire the Ladies to
cal and inspect their Goods.
U Black Alpacca just received at
Kelly & Seaman's, at extremely low
Black piece satin, new; and relvet
ribbons, all widths, for trimmings, at Hal
liday A Co's.
p3f Gold and fiilrerKings made to order
on short notice at Vincent's.
IT New embroidered cotton canvass
and sepbyr worsteds, at Halliday A Co'a.
fS Cochran, Bozman & Co. are ready
to reoive orders for Champion Reapers and
Mowing Machines for 1870. Peraous need
ing extra pieces to repair their old ma
chines with, will please leave thsir orders
as aoon as convenient.
W i.n dow Shades
At AdaieV Booh Store.
At Adair's Book Store.
At Adair's Book Store.
Tbey have the largest and best assort
ment ia town and at the lowest prices.
: a".. INSURANCE.
TIte Best is 'ihe Cheapest !
' '' m.TN A
INSURANCE COMP'Y HARTFORD.
JCL.Y 1, 1SC9.
"By thasr frttita ye kftow them."
Loaves paid In Ffty t ears.
F1KE AJJD INLAND NAVIGA
Accepted at as
J" FAVORABLE RATES AND
As are consistent with solvency and relia
JAMES WATKINS, Aoint.
Jan. 7, 1870. McConnelsville, O.
!N" E "W
. Having just put new and beautiful re-
Fairs upon my room, on the Public 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.
Thankful for past lavora I still solicit a
share of the public patronage. The high
caab price paid for bides.
Those who are indebted to me on old ac
count are requested to call and settle, as I
w!n to square np my books and will here
after do only a Cash business.
McCONNELSVILLE, April 7, 1870.
FLOUR Beet fa mil If 5 .50;
WHEAT 51,00 per bushel.
CORN MKAL 0,80 per hashel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. FH.S1,05.
OATS 35 tents per bushel, wholesale
May $15 00 per ton.
T!OTIIT SEED J3.00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED--81 75 to 2 00.
BEANS $2 00 per bsshel.
DRIED APPLES 6cts. r po1
DRIED PEACHES 83 00 per bush.
POTATOES 80 40 per oosh., at
PUTTER 25 cts. per pound,
EtiGS '.8 tts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR. 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR - 14 to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE 10 to 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- tl 00 to 1 60 per .
MOLASSES Sorgom 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
SFRU P 81 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to IScia per pound, whole
srIp CANDLES--20ct per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH 10 :ta per lb.
SALT 81 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Pickeled, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON' OIT40cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per sralljn.
LARD OIL. 2 00 per gallon.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
all articles pertaining to the
trr lie has on hand constantly a largo and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
OEATTT & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. iunrll,lS70-ly.
O. H. WOODWORTH.
USTo. 201 liberty St.,
FOB THS SAI.1 07
3ThTi& all kinds cf Conrrtry Produce.-ft
Consignments So'icited. Returns made
A Liberal Advance made on Consignments.
Means k Coffin, Grocers, Pittsburg ; "Wfn.
Miller, Grocer, Pittsburg; Arbuthnot, Shan
non A Co., Wholesale Dry Good, Pittsburg;
Gill Bros., Boots and Shoes, Pittsburg ;
Pittsburg National Bank of Commerce,
Pittsburg j Trainer A Anderson, Philadel
phia ; J. Howe fc Co., Kew York ; Lewis
Junes A Son, Baltimore; Straight, Denting
Co., Cincinnati; Wick I'rowder A Co.,
Cleveland, O.; Holmes, Butler' k Co., De
troit ; First National Bank. Jefferson , O.;
Oalman k Co., Cherry Valley, O.; Chamb
erlain Bros., Palestine, O.; Hawley A Kings
bury, Salem, O.; Kite E. Karria ACi; Web
ster, O.; W. 1L Jfailory, Suulioh, O ; F
Kampher,Bunfish,0; Stewart A Lazure, Ca
dis, O; Wells k Dunn, Marietta, O.
Zaticavllle Muslness Cards.
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Our specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
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WE HAVE THE BEST AND LAT
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CLOTHING ! ! !
ALSO THEY "WOULD CALL TF1E
ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
THEIR FACILITIES FOB FILLING
Made to Order,
AS THEY nAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SPAKE NO
PAINS TO MAKE A GOOD FIT FOR
ALL WHO HAY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE 1
STORE, Southeast Corner of the Pub
May b fonnd at hi office on
THE SOITTII-WEST CORNER
At all times, when not absent oa Profess
J. T. CREW,
Orer Brewster's Store, near Court Ilousai
ill Collection! Promptlr Itfrnded to.
Adams & Kalier
hare a well selected stock of Dry Good,
Orocerids, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Ac,
G RE ATLT REDUCED PR CES
STORE XorMest Corner of Center aaJ
A pril li 1 y.
!Robert Tj. IVfom's.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, liuuamg Jiatenais, sneir Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TI2T AX D SHEET IRQ 2C WARE
Opposite the Court House,
IV. C. TRESIZE
asas the niblie to rail una
specimen Photagrapha, Ferrotypes, Am-
uroijpes, uems, jcc, e., wmen cannot be
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected ai
rangementa whereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Faintinga
aud pictures of India Ink Work. Rnoma
orer Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stvne'a
Jan 1 ly.
Fruit Trees !
If you want to grow the best apples in Am
erica send to
C. B. SWEETLAND
Grimes Golden, Stark and 41Ii
Iney are the best and most profitable ap
ples in Ohio. The original tree of Grimes'
Golden has not failed to produce a GOOD
crop of fruit for oTer twenty years. The
apples are highly recommended by all the
Horticultural Societies and Agricultural
papers. I can furnish
1ST O . 1 TREES
ST-Send in your orders aoon, as the seas
on tor planting is close at hand.
I am also prepared to
FURNISH ANY KIND OF TREES
that may be wanted, whether fruit or orn
amental. C. B. SWEETLAND,
Feb.ll tf. McConnelsTille, O
1. O. WALKER?
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST S01 ICE !
Our PRICES will suit the times. Allor
ders accompanied by a responsible name
will be promptly filled. This firm is al
ways up to the latest fashions, and warrant
their clothing to stand the scrutiny of the
most fastidious. They keep goods to sell by
the yard or in any shape to suit purchase.
Ladies' Cloaking always on hand.
CALL EARLY BEFORE THE
it I S II OEG1AS I
C. L. HALL,
TTIioIeSale and Retail
flTy TTTTeTT PTST 3
BUSINESS DO'E ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM L
May 7, 1863-tf.