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FRIDAY, . . April 15, ISTO.
Information to Soldiers.
All soluiers who enlisted since May
4th, 1SC1, and before July 22d, 1861,
for three years, served one year and
honorably discharged by reason of .sur
geon's Certificate of disability, are en
titled to $100 bounty.
Look at your discharge, and if your
claim comes within the above rule, call
upon the undersigned and he will pro
cure your bounty.
Claim "Agent, McConnclsville, O.
April 15, 1370.
The Board of - Directors of the Mor
gan County" Agricultural Society are
requested to meet at the Mayor's office
in ilcConnelsvillp, on. .
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1870.
at ten o'clock, A. M., for the transac
tion of important business. " It is yeiy
desirable that there be a full and
?rompt attendance at this meeting.
he following persons comprise the
Board for the present year :
James A McConnel, President; Ed
win Sherwood, Vice President : Eh S
Fawcett, Samuel H Scott, James C
Loughridge, Perley J btanbery, James
J Huffman, Joseph Reed, David L Jen
kins, and J B Goudy; Managers.
order of the President.
JOHN S. ADAIR, Secretary.
April 8, 1870—2w.
I have had surveyed a number of
Ctmetnry Lots, on land west of, and
adjoining the Gravevard, in Mc
C&nnelsville, which I now offer or
sale. A Plat may be seen by call
JOHN B. STONE.
April 1, 1870—3w.
Gold advanced to 114 in
$3, Charles E Kahler has open
ed out a Manic Store, opj03ito the
liook Store, on Center street.
Court of- Common Pleas ad
journs this evening. Judge Wood
will open Court in Cambridge,
Guernsey county, next week.
fgf Mossis. George B Fonts and
J. B. Powell aro doing some nicti
work in the Hone Carpentering
and Joining line.
Ks? Miss Sarah Holbrook 6tarts
for the East today to lay-in a
Spring and Summer stock of Millin
ery Goods. Ladies designing 10
purchase a Spring Hat or Bonnet,
should await her return.
SSf Memorial Services of Bishop
Thompson and Kingsley will be
held in tho M. E. Church, in MqCon
nelsvillo, Tuesday evening, April
19th, at 7 o'clock. Sermon by Rev.
L. MeGniro. The public arc cor
cordially invited to attend.
Take It Back. 'ibe Zancsvifle
City Times, of last week, says :
"The columns of the McCouneta
ville papers of laet week were pol
luted with the testimony in an ab
.ZVpf a tcord of. the testimony in. the
case referred to teas published tn the
Conservative! If Brother Brown
desires to administer a reproof to
the Herald for its editorial impro
prieties, we would like that ho
would be eareful cot to include the
The Jett Murder. Willard Da
vis, George W. Early and Andrew
J. E iriy, tho parlies arrested last
week on suspicion of being the
murderers of T. A. T. Jett, werw
fxamined belore Justice Test, on
Tuesday last. The testimony elic
ited from fifteen witnesses failed
utterly to fasten the crime upon
them, and they wero therefore dis
" charged. Five lawyers were "aw
fully arrayed" against tho prison
ers, and two for them, fManet
tian, 9th inst.
t The Morgan County Lodce
of Good Templars hold a meeting
to day in Windsor. In the evening
nt the same place, there will be a
Temperarce Bteeting, to which ev
erybody is invited. Able upeakers
wiJl be present. All persons living
along the river that desire to attend
the evemng meeting can obtain
passage, down and baek, on board
the Steamer J. H. Best, for twenty
five cents each. TLe Best wfll leave
MeConnelsviMe at 5i o'clock, P. M.
The Silver Cornet Band is einployv
and Beverly Packages
of Conservatives Put in
the Mail- Last
Last week, by a mistake svado in
mailing the Con?et vatiyer the
Meigsville, Neeleysville, Millgrove,
and Beverly packages were 6ent
out to Todd's Post-office. Mr.
Fonts, clerk in our Post-office here,
Bays the mlst&ko was made by "W.
"VV. Pyle, editor of the Herald, who
in searching the mail-bags for a
missing package of Heralds, took
the packages out of the Beverly
bag; and, after he bad got through
with his search, and went to replace
the packages above spoKen of, by
mistako he got hold of the wrong
bag, and, consequently, causod
them to be sent to the wrong part
of tho county. Mistakes will bap-pen.
JC At the meuting in the May
or's office, last Saturday evening,
for the purpose of cousidermg tho
propriety of forming an Agricultu
ral Implement Manufacturing Com
pany, $10,500 was eubeenbed to
ward the project, and a committee
was appointed to investigate farth
er into the merits of the matter,
and to report to a meeting to be
held to-morrow evening m the
same place. No doubt exists but
tbat the movement will be a sues
Laughable. Dr. Simmon?, ol
the Post House, is a man very fond
of argmrt-nt ; and one of the sub
jects ho most delights to talk upon
is that whether Jesus Christ is the
Son of God,or only a great and good
man, whose conception and birth
was"like that common to all man
kind. The Doctor always contends
that Jesus Christ was only a man,
like the men of this day, and that
he was no more the Son of God
than all men are.
On Monday morning last, the
Doctor felt himself "dying" for an
argument on his pet subject ; and,
in order to relieve himself, he con
ceived the project of going down to
the toll house and entering on a
discussion with Solomon Beckwith,
the toll-taker, who the Doctor well
knew held to views on the subject
entirely antagonistic to his. Ho
thought, al30, that it would be
good to have a referee to decide
who made the most sound and logi
cal argument, and, consequently,
he summoned Fred. Hay ward to
his eide, told him of his project,
and requested him to occupy tho
position of referee. Fred, who is
alwa3"6 in for fun, conseuted, and
the two made their way to the toll
house. Beckwith recoived the pair
with all due courtesy ; and, before
he knew what he wai about, was
drawn into a disenssion on the a
bovo named - subject. The talk
waxed warm between Simmon and
Beckwith, (Hayward occupying h
back scat and evidently experienc
ing no little enjoymem), when,
finally, Beckwith finding that Sim
mons was gifted with too mud
"gab," if not sense, for him to con
tend with, got mad, hauled his coat,
and making some pugilistic move
ments toward the Doctor, exclaim
ed : 'You can insult me, Doc, as
much as you please, but, sir, you
can't insult Jesus Christ in my
Hayward, thinking matters had
proceeded tbout far enough, .hero
interfered with the remark : "Hold
on, here, gentlemen ! What's the
use of quarreling over an indindti
al that died December 25th, 1870
years ago !"
THE CARRIE BROOKS.
A correspondent of the ZanesviIIe
Courier, a passcngir on board the
Carrio Brooks on her trip to the
West, under date of April 2nd, and
writing from St. Louis, Missouri,
"The steamer ''Carrie Brooks"
arrived here at an early hour this
morning, with about one hundred
and forty passengers on board, be
sides quite a number of hordes and
considerable freight. Her great
western tour thus far has been a
successful and tolerably speedy one
averaging whilo in motion about
12 milef" per hour, which compares
very favorbly with many Ohio and
Mississippi side-wheels. Our long
est stopping point was Cincinnati,
where, owing to mr Captain's ill
fortune no remained from early
morn, the 27th inst., until about
noon on the 29lh. This time, how
ever, whs well occupied by Ohio's
sons "with home-spun garbb" in
becoming acquainted with her
"great city," and whoso busy feet
theio compared exeellently- with
the busy din of the city.
The weather, 6ince leaving Mari
etta, has been very unfavorable for
excursionists raining about every
day, which of course gives rather a
gloomy appearance to the country
and vegetation. The latter, how
ever, is far aKeadof "Old Musking
um" iu many places peach trees
being in full bloom in the vicinity
ofPuducah and Cairo, and wheat
and pasture fields elolhed ib verd
The health of all on board has,
with few exceptions, been excellent.
Mrs. Hmnold, an old lady from
near Adamsville, Ohio, has been
considerably debilitated, but is now
Two particular features with re
gard to the pnssergors of this boat
are, the great ditersity of their bu
siness occupations and various des
tination. Although principally
from tho same county, yet their em
ployments id life rango through ev
ery thing from tanners and tailors
to bankers and butchers, and scarce
ly two have the same destination
future representatives of almost ev
ery western State. T7o expect to
leare for Kansas this eve?ungr from
which we may write you again.
Another paragraph in the Bame
paper says :
"We hear a rumor, tSatthe reason
of the Carrie Brooks ro -shipping
her cargo at St. Louis was owing
to regulations requiring all steam
ers going up tho Missouri to bulk
head, that is, to make tho space be
low the waterline into copartments.
This no Muskingum Kiver boat has
dooe, and the expense of doing it
was more than the trip would like
ly justify hence the re-shipment
of cargo. The Carrie, we are fur
themformed, will run for a time
in the trade between. Evacsville
New Papek. The prospectus of
a new paper at iseluure, Ohio, to be
called the Standardr has been is
sued. It will bo an eight column
sheet, Democratic in politics, and
especially devoted to the interests
of Bellairo and vicinity. Mr. J. K.
Nuzum, of this place, and Mr. J. F.
Davis, of ZanesviIIe, will be pub
lishers. Mr. Nuzum is a writer of
ability, and will doubtless succeed
in making an entertaining paper,
while Mr. Davis will seo that the
iypographicol appearance of the
Standard is all that need be desir
ed.. The people of Bellaire and tho
Democracy of the county should
give the new paper a generous sup.
port. fBarnesville Enterprise
Mr. J. F. Davis, alluded to above,
wag formerly a citizen of this vil
To D. A. White, of Bavington, Pa.,
Professor of Penmanship.
"Wk, the School Soholars of School
No. 9, Bristol township, feel it our
duty to express our gratitude for
the knowledge which we have ob
tained by his instruction. Such
was the manner in which he con
ducted our school, and such his ca
pacity for teaching, that it was on
ly necessary for those who had eyes
to eoe end ears to hear to do the
same and obtain a correct and tho
rough knowledge of the art of Pen
manship. Ho is not only a good
writer, but a good talker, thinker
and most excellent teacher. He,
also, teaches Peridrawing, Card
marking, and Ornamental writing,
in fact, anything that can bo done
with the pen or pencil. So any
community wanting a teacher in
any of tho above named branches,
have but to address D. A. White,
Wcod Grove, Morgan co., O.
J. H. F. BROWNING.
Penmanship by D. A. White.
Notice of thanks to the Schools
Nos. 9 and 2, oJ3nstol township.
I have been a teacher of tho art
of Penmanship for two years, and
have made vast improvements in
all other schools, 3ct the specimens
of the above named schools show,
decidedly, the most improvement I
ever made iu tho same number of
lessons. Tho premium offered at
the beginning of the schools has
been rewarded to John Whitehouse,
of No. 9, for having made the most
improvement. I furthermore thank
the people, not only of this, but all
othei neighborhoods, where I have
taught, for their respect, kindness,
ar.d patronage, and having no oth
er way, I repay them by good wish
es and heartfelt thanks.
D. A. WHITE.
Mrs. Stanton has been mak
ing trouble out West. It seems that
tho indomitable Susan recently de
livered a lecture in St. Paul to "la
dies exclusively," and with what
direful result let the Pioneer tell :
Tho lecture, which was upon the
rights and wrongs of women, mar
riage and matrimony, was a very
interesting and instructive one.
All were charmed with the delicate
and agreeable manner in which the
speaker treated tho different topics
that wero considered. She argued
that young ladies ought not to mar
ry before they wero twenty-five
years old. As a large portion of
tho audience consisted of young,
unmarried ladies, this part of the
disconrto was not very well relish
ed. It is said that one young lady
of eighteen summers, the day of
wboao marriago bad been fixed for
some time in Juno next, last even
ing informed tho gentleman to
whom she is to bo married th.'it the
time must be postponed for seven
years. He protested but she wes
fixed in her determination, and de
clared that it was no use talking.
Mra. Stanton said that no young la
dy ought to bo married before she
was twenty-fivo years old, and she
would not bo married "a minnit a
fore that time if it took the last coil
of flax she had on her head." The
young man left her to meditate up
on the matter, and, notwithstand
ing that he belocgs to tho Young
Men's Christian Association, he was
heard using Romo very bard words
buouii iu.ro. oiauiuii.
The Seymour (Indiana) Times,
a Eadical paper, seems to" bo gett
ing tired of the negro. Hear what
rt says r
Wo would respectfully suggest to
tho leaders of the Republican party
that they aro crowding the colored
person a Tittle too fast for their own
good and for his good. Negro suf
frage is a bitter pill for at least "no
half of the men who have hitherto
voted the Republican ticket.
Hence time should have been given
for them to digest that before an -other
and a worse Jose was exhibi
ted. This crowding of the negroes
into office whilo there aro wbit6
men quite as deserving and as well
qualified won't win in the long run.
It will break the Republican party
down. It will reduco the negro te
a worse condition than he occupied
i a eiate of slavery, if tbat were
possible. It will sooner or later
lead to-his- extermination. Politi
cians and fanatical idiots who can't
read the signs of the times may el
evate tho negro to tho United
States Senate and to the platform of
conventions but they can't fiud
indorsement al tho iolls for such
disgusting conduct, and they will
fiud it out when too late. It is pro
bable that both parties will strive
for the negro vote. We predict that
this foolish policy of elevating ne
groes to office and of catering to
them for tbeir votes, will result in
the formation of what will be term
ed "The Whito Man'e Party," which
will be strong enough to carry the
next Presidential election if wisdom
in the eelection of candidates is ob
served, and thero is'nt too much re
bel Democracy mixed up with it.
Such a movement is imminent, and
if a mado will break up the Repub
lican party, which would be a de
plorable event for the country. Let
us socuro tho negro in his right to
the ballot, but for the salvation of
our party for tho welfare of our
country for the good of the negro
let us dissuade bira from seeking
or accepting office.
Eulogy of Taxation.
A member ofongress from Ohio eu
logizes the taxation of the country as
tollows: "He said it taxed the vices of
the people, which paid almost half the
taxes raised under the Internal Rev
enue Law. Second, it taxed the luxu
ries of the people, and from that source
nearly one-fourth of the Internal rev
enue comes. Third it taxed the actu
al wealth of the country in the shape
of income and gross receipts." What
brazen effrontery! In fact, our Inter
nal revenue system is a cunning con
trivance to cast the great burdens of
the Government upon the shoulders
of those who are the least able to bear
them. Tho rich man's bonds, from
which we ought to derive 40,0X0,000 a
year,, are not taxed at all. That defi
ciency is supplied by an inordinate and
oppressive tax upon the salaries and
receipts of tradesmen, mechanics and
clerks. 'I he poor man's matches are
heavily taxed every thing thatte
eats, drinks or wears is burdened with
imposition in order to protect three
classes of cormosants: the Bondholder,
the National banker, and the New
England manufacturer. They are
sucking the industry of the country
dry. They are preying upon the vitals
of its prosperity.
By Rev. Win. Appleman, on Thurs
day, the 7th instant, Mr. James Whit
aker and iss Martha J. Filler, both of
At the residence of Mr. John Linn
of Marion township, by Wm. Bes
wick, J.-P.on the 6th day of April,
1S70, Mr. John Linn, Sen., to Miss
In Deerfield township, by Rev.
II. Cooper, on the 7th inst., Mr. W.
H. Trout and Mies Rachel F. Fin
Business, Items, &c.
Lest thi? day, in McConnelsville, the
following dpprrAed promisory notes, given
by Thomas Dv"n. payable to me, a3 fol
lows : One of SI 00, at 8 per cent, per
amnm. due on the 1st day of April next ;
one of 51 n0, same intereet and made pay
able at ihe same time ; one of $150 same
rate of interest, payable on tie firjt
day of April, 1872 ; and one dne bill for
$25. All persons are cautioned frombny
in;; 4iid notes an! dae bilk. A reasona
ble reward will be given for the retnru to
me of the Ramp.' Jacob CwrESTER.
April 15, 1870-3w.
Tloarhound drops made express
ly for coughs and colds, at Cris. Burck
B Stephen Miller is keeping a
first class Eating Saloon at the Ex
change, opposite the Post House. Call
and see him. Ask for what you want
and pay for nothing bnt what you get.
April 15, 2w.
t$kr American and Foreign Stereo
scopic Views received at ADAIR'S Book
Store this week in large quantities.
Also, some excellent Stereoscopes of
the best makes.
yXew Goods received at the Book
Store of Adaib Bro's this week.
r. The M iests S- & E Holbrook have
received their New Stock of Notion- Call
there before parchnsine elrewbere.
Sgi Tocket Books, Hair Brushes, and
Tooth Brushes, SlioeBiuslies, and Mohair
SwPches. Head Nettp, Moha'u Braid -r
Fine Toilet Soops, in variety acd qnnnti
y, to suit the tradp. at SILL'S.
BQ The large t, most fashionable &fd
n:03t extensive stock of Nations aid Cah
cci in the comity is now on exhibition at
SILL'S. 500 boxes of collars jast opened
also. A magnificent stock ot Bows and
TUs and the Howard, Angelo, and Hc
roe, new Spricg styles of colhre, just re
ceived. T. C. Ycatca wwhes the public lo
remembet his Boot and Shoe Shop in the
Odd Fellows building. Everybody and
BDjbody can be accommodated with t
good fit and substantial, neat work.
S.The best line of Pocket Booxs?
Hair Brushes, Tootu BrvsHes, Nail
Brushes, and Toilet Soam,. constantly
kept on hand at ADAIR'S Book Store.
This firm cannot ba beat in quality ami
prices of these Goods.
B- Fresh Oyster Crackers & Select
Oysters by ihe can and dish, at Cris.
BSi, For Dry Goods op Groceries ic any
quantity, go to &ILL'S.
STliere has been more of IlaTTs Ba1
sam foa the Lungs sold in this commu
nity than of any other Cough Balsam.
For sale by
S. Sprague Druggist.
Far '1 tuiikr, Sitoliela, Yalipes. and
Baskets in endless vuri iy. go to SILL'S.
JBSr Silks. Fringes, Bush Ribbons, Tel
vet Ribbons, cheap as the chearest. Also,
tew Spring Hats, at Halliday & Co'?.
Oraneesand Lemons constantl
received and sold cheap at Cri3. Burck
Ham and Eggs served at Cris.
Philadelphia Custom M de Shoes
for Ladies and Children, just received at
fitg Sill i Co., receives new Goods ev
ery week. This firm is making every effort
to keep op with the times. They sell
things a3 they are. They will not misrep
resent to yon.
The finest stock of Notions in town
and at the lowest rates, is at SILL'S.
E.New ntyles Darn and Light colored
Prints at 12 12 cents Best assortment iu
town. John B. Stoce.
KQi- Nuw Goods opened at Stone's and
another lot expected next week. Wait and
see the New Spring- and Summer Shawls
and other novelties.-
Most of the popular Cough rem
edies contain more or less Opium which
prevents their general use. Dr. Aall's
Balsam, being entire'y free from this
narcotic poison, will bo found: not on'y
safe, bu highly efficacious in subdue
ing every form of Lung Disease.
S. Sprague Dfbggist.
tf- 50 dozen Boldir.g Bros.' Machine
Silk, including 40 distinct colors, inst re
ceived at SILL'S.
A good article at Adair's Book Store
T-Xew Raisins and Figs at Cris.
When you are at a loss whereto
find any article you may want, go to Sill's.
They Isetp nearly cvcrytliinj.
"I'hb greatest organ in the world"
said a wicked old bachelor, "is the or
gan of speech ia women, because it is
an organ without stops,"
A good stock oi these instruments, of the
best make and design, received at the Book
Store of Adaib Bros, this week. Every
family should possess one, with a suitable
number tf View?. They are alike instruc
tive, amuping, and entertaining. besides be
ing very cheap. Call and see them.
There has been more of Hall's Bal
sam for the Lungs sold in this commnuity
than of any other Cough Balsam. Fursuie
by e. Sprague, Druggist.
An immenfe stock of Stereoscopic
"Views received at the Book Store this week
the Urgett and best .ffortmpnt ever in
Ftock, comprising a large and varied line of
American Scenery, Skeleton Limves. Stat
uary, Swiss, Austrian, aod English Views,
a fine line of lari View?, W ikon's Scotch
Views, Western Views, Walrs, Spuin. and
Irish Views. English Colored Groups, views
on the I bame?, and many others. Now is
Ihe time to nuke selections and get a good
vori ty of Views. So good an opportunity
may ctver present itself to our people again.
A Florida negro, removed from a
town clerkship some months ago, car
ried off the marriage cetificate blanks
and sold them to his brethren, dating
them back to his official period.
A large, new, and fresh Ft nek of Blank
Books received at ADAIR'S Book Store
08 ytsterdny, of all kinds. s:z3s, and styles,
from a Pocket Memoiandum to tlu largest
s'z and best quality ol Blank Book? mado.
TLis fiim always keeps on hund a spUnd d
stock of full end h)f bound. Dy Book",
Cubh Books, Journals, S ngle and Double
Entry Ledgerp, Petty Account Book?, Rec
ords, Justices' Docktta, Ac. &c, which
they sell very low.
Jf" Bluck Alpaccas 50 cents.
Black Alpaicaa CO cents.
Black A ipaccas 75 cents.
Bluck Alpaccas 1,00.
Bluck Alpaccas 1 20.
New Goods and cheaper than they have
been. J. B. Stone & Co.
STEREOSCOPES AND STEREOSCO
PIC VIEWS 1 1
A nice line of tbee Gnod3 new at A
daib's Rok Store. The variety never was
equalled before in M'Connelsville. No
house complete without them.
Br,D-n'l fail to buy your WALL PA
PER at Adair's Book Store. They have
the best cud cheapest slock in town.
A tocxo, handsome and rich Amer
ican lady has give.n a French Count a
"then you ll remember me1'- to the
Parisians a very original character.
The Count would persist in declaring
his Bentiments, although warned to
take them and himself off as quick'y
as possible. Instead, he followed the
rejector of his addresses, and a few af
ternoons ago, before entering the
Grand Hotel, she broke her umbrella
over his head. The Count has not
Bince appeared in public. He threat
ens to chastise the wholo American
e .lony. Ta ris Cor.
a&- Just received at ihe Fancj'Stnre of
HailMaT & Co., o fine lot of Chatelaine
Braids, Black, Dark and Light Bruffn?.
A splendid assortment of LuncRAPirs
just received at ADAIR'S Bock Store on
ycsteiday. They are new and elegant de
signs, pomprising Landscapes. V iew, Por
traits, Female Heads, Catholic, Devotion
al, and a good line of other styles of Priuts.
A celebrated writer says: "No wo
man can be a lady who can wound or
mor ify another. No matter Low beau
tiful, how refined, how cu'tivated she
may be, she is, in reality, coarse, and
the innate vulgarity of her nature
manifests itself here. Uuiformly
kind, courteous and polite treatment
of all persons is one mark of a true wo
man. B,A11 kinds of Blank Books at the
Book S'ore. New stock just received.
S all Paper
At Ad Ant"? Book Store.
At Adair's Book Store.
At Adair's Book Store,
They have the largest and best assort
ment in town and at the lowest prices.
The San Francisco Alta notes with
pleasure the fact that the influence of
the Pacific Railroad, which was at first
adverse to the interests of the Pacific
coast, takiftg more than it brought,
is now actively in its favor. The lir.-'t
effect was to bring only lookers-on into
California, to familiarize people with its
climate, resources and capabilities.
Now the State is receiving numbers of
B-New stock of Elask Books, made
of the best material, and unsurpassed
in quality of paper, finish and durabili
ty of binding, just received at Adair's
EG, New Sfyle of Geul'd Paper Col
lars and Neckties at Ualliday & Co's.
McCONNELSVILLE, April 14, 1870.
FLOUR Best family $5 50j
WHEAT ?1 ,00 per bushel.
CORN ttKAL 0,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
; B-ARLEY. Spring, 50 90. Fall. 81. Co.
CATS 35 ients per bcabel, wholesale.
nay SI 5.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED -353,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEKD -SI 75 to 2 00.
BKANS--S2 CO per bushel.
DRIED APPLES 6ds. per pounl.
DRIED PEACIIKS S3 00 per bush.
POTATOES v0 40 per oush., at
BUTTER 25 cts. per pound,
EGGS' IS tts. per doa,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per Ib.
SUUAR-sl2to 15 ct. perlb.
WHITESUOAU J4 to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE 20 to 30 cts. per Ib.
TEA- $1 00 to 1 CO pr Ib.
MOLASSES Sorguoi 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
SYRUP SI 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per poun l, whole-
CANDLES 2GVt3 per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c. .
CODFISH lOjts per Ib.
SALT $1.75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts Der lb.
SIDES Picketed, IS cts per lb.
CARBON OIL40ctB. per gHiB.
LINSKBDOIL-1,35 per galljo.
LARJL OIL. 2,00 per gqiioa.
Baltimobk, April 12 Flour ac
tive and higer for low and medium
craJes; sales of Western and super
fine at ?4 75(S5.
Wheat steady; from 51 2S(Jl 45
Uorr. firm; from ?1 OCfcl OG. Oats
G0(?C2. Rye $1 05.
Mess pork Z2SQ28 50. I5:icon
fi'm; 6alcs of rib siJcs at 15c;
haras 19(520c. LarJ firm at lWf,
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market. MONDAY EVENING, April 11, 1870.
The receipts are only moderafp, and
with a demnnd fully up to the supply.
We have to rpport a very firm markd', nnd
all cB'Ted were qnickly disposed of. No
advance, however, was obtained.
The demand is still m in!y from the
bntthers, lew being taken by the shipper?.
We quote e mniiti S'4 40i5 ; lair S3 '27n
5 75 ; pood cG a 6 LO ; prime butchers
t oik $f 74 7, and shipping cuttle $7u7 5U
per ceutal gross.
There i? a continued good demand, and
quoted at $4 75 toS7 per cental gros?.
Quoted liirl t to heay, avenging S3 to
$9 25 per cental groso.
Euth I'fld. whore residence Is 'in
known, i- tot' 'el that John A. C. Lei and
did, on the joih ilsy of April, 1S70, file his
peiitiou in the Office of the Clerk of the
(ourt of Commm Plena within and for the
County of Morgan and State of Ohio, charg
ing the said Hutb Leland of Win? willfully
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last past without just cause therefor,
and askiug tbat he may be divnrced from
said ltuth Lelnnd, which petition will be
for hearing at the next June Term ot said
Court Dated this l.tth cY April. 1P70.
JOHN A. C. LELAND,
By E. M. Staxbery, his attoruey.
April la 6w.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
D ItlG GIST,
all articles pertaining to the
MT" He has on hand constantly a largo and
extensire stock of all ortieles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
II CATTY & PEACOCK'S
-Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. niarll,170-ly.
O. n. VTOODWORTIT.
W. C. DAVIDSOX.
MERC A NTS,
So. 201 Liberty St.,
FOE THE BILE OF
DAnJ all kind's of Country rroilucc.j
Consignments So lcited. Ivctumsmaue
A Liberal Advance mude on Consignments.
Means k Collin, Grocers, Tittshurg ; Wm.
Miller, tirocer, Pittsburg; Arbuthnot, Shan
non Si Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, Pittsburg;
Gill Brosv, Boots and Shoes, Pittsburg ;
Pittsburg National Bank f Commerce,
Pittsburg; Trainer Anderson, .Philadel
phia ; J. Howe St Co., New York ; Lewis
JoucsiSon, Caltimore; Straight, Detuing
Co.r Cincinnati ; Wick 'rowdcr Jc Co.,
CWvelaud, O.; Holmes, Butler A Co., De
troit 'r First National Bank, JeU'erson.O.--Outiuan
i Co., Cherry Valley, O.; Chamb
erlain Bros., Palestine, O ; Uawley A Kings
bury, Salem, O.; Kite .. Harris & d.; Wo
ster, O.; W. II. 3aIlory, Sunfih, O ; F
Kampher , Sun fish , O; Stewart A Lazure, Ca
diz, O; WelisJt Dunn, Marietta, O.
Zantsville UusliieNS Cards.
ss a a
-a a in
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
BOOK BINDE IIS!
Blank Doolt Manufactory,
FIXE JOB 1RI.TIX
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, &c,
bound iu any style and at the cheapest
rites. . Iks' Blank Books for Counties,
Banks. Merchants, ic, best paper at tba
ancville, Oct. 15, 1SG5.
PRINTING ! 1 !
NOW PUBLISHED. IN SOUTH-EASTERN
TflE ATTENTION OF THE BUI
NE.SS PUBLIC LS CALLED TO THE
OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
WE FIAVE THE BEST AND LAT
EST KINDS OF
And otir ability to get cmt work prompt
ly ts unsnrpasst tl in this section. We
hare a larpe variety of printuig types,
and our rates are such as will not tail
to suit all who may favor us with their
Tf E SOLICIT ORDERS.
G O B ! !
CLOTHING ! ! !
ALSO TTTEY WOULD CALL TFTE
ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
TIIEHi FACILITIES FOR FILLING
CJL OTHI KG
Made to Order,
AS THEY HAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SPARE NO
PAINS TO MAKE A GOOD FIT FOR
ALL WHO STAY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE !
STOTtE, Southwest Corner of the Pub
l a & i 1 8
M i 1) 1
M CONNEL3VILLE, OHIO.
May he fnnd at his otiice on
THE SOETII-WEST CORNER
At all times, when not absent on Profess
S?pt. 24, ISCJ tf.
J. T. V R EW,
ATTOKNE Y-AT-L A W.
Over Brewster's Store, near Cosrt Honei
AM Collections PrompLW Attrndffi! to.
FALL TfaJe. GJ.'
A. dam si z Ivalicr
have a well selected slock of Dry Goods
Groceries, Queens ware, Boots and Shoes, ie.,
O RE ATLT REDUCED PH CES
STORE : SorMcst Corner of Center and
April 2S ly.
Robert Ij. SXorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Bhelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnihig Goods,
TIX AKD SHEET IE OX WAZS
Opposite tha Court Ilonse,
vr, C. TItESIZE
f slit the pnblic to call and examine his
specimen Photagrapha, Ferrotypes, Am-
I'lutypes, uems, c., Jcc, wnicn cannot be
sirtpa9eed anywhere, lie has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'
Umlriing, tenter ctreet, Al UonceUvilIe,
Jan 1 ly.
Fruit Trees !
If you want to grow the best apple3 in Am
erica send to
C. B. SWEETLAND
Grimes GoMcn, Stark and 4tli
They are the best and most profitable ap
ples in Ohio. The original tree of Grimes'
Golden has not failed to produce a GOOI
crop of fruit for orer twenty years. The
pilcs are highly recommended by all the
Horticultural Societies and Agricultural
papers. I caa fnruidh
INTO. 1 TREES
?"Scnd in your orders soon, as the seas
on tor planting is close at baud.
I am also prepared to
FURNISH. ANY KIND OF TREES
that may be wanted, whether fruit or orn
amental. C. 3. SWEETLAXP,
Feb.ll If. McC'onnelsville, O
A. tr. WALKER. J. O. WAtSEP
Merelian t Tailo rs,
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST SOI ICE
Our PRICES will suit the times. All or
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 th
most fastidious. They keep goods to sell by
the yard or in any shape to suit purchacf3
Ladies' Cloaking always ou hand.
CALL EARLY I1EFORE TIIE
1U MI JBEGIAS!
Mar. 19 ly.
IThoIeSalc nnd Retail
Bu BUSINESS ilOSE OX A
STRlCTliY GASH SYSTEM
May 7, ISC9tf.