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TWO DOLLARS A YEAH Iff
- 1TC0NNELSVILLE :
FRIDAY, . . April 89, I8T0.
The subscribers to the slock of the
Halt F1"W Manufactory, r requested
to aiet rt the Major's office in McCon
nelsvill, on Saturday, the 30th Inst,
at 7 50 P. M., forjthe purpose of taking
steps for the incorporation of the Com
pany and the transaction of other im
portant business. We still lack a few
U'ousana aouars noeaea m tnis or?o
isation, and we especially invite all the
friends of this enterprise to meet with
wtoineBtigate the object and aid ns.
J AS. B. McGKEW,
E. ii. STANBEBY.
Kotice is hereby giveathat X, the under-ait-ned
Enoch Parker, will par debts
contracted by my wifa, Mary Parker, of
whatever cnataeter tney may ne; ana,
also, all persons ar hereby notified not to
aarbor or sneiter net on my eeeoMv
ENOCH PARKER. M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1879-3w.
Information to Soldiers.
All soldiers who enlisted since May
4th, 1861, and before July 22d, 1861,
for three years, served one year and
honorably discharged by reason of Sur
geon a Certificate of disability, are en
titled to flOJ bounty.
Look at your discharge, and if yoar
claim comes within the above rule, call
upon the undersigned and he will pro
cure your bounty.
JAMES M. GAYLORD,
April 15, 1870.
Lost this day, in MeConoelfrffie. the
following described promisory notes, given
by Thomas Dyson, payable to me, as fol
lows : Oce of $100, at 8 per cent, per
anno, doe on the 1st dsy of April oext ;
one of 9150, same iotereet and made pay
able at the same time j ooe of $150 same
rate of interest, payable on the first
day of April, 1872 ; and oae dee bill for
$23. All persons are cautioned front boy-
ing said aotes ani doe bills. A reasona
ble reward will be given lor the return to
ice of toe same. Jacob Lakfuctuu
April 15, lP70-3w.
THE FARMING IMPLEMENT
This enterprise, the object of which
is to enlarge the Plow Manufactory of
Brown, Manly & Co., of Malta, and
enable it to supply the already large
and fast increasing demand lor its
manufactures, and, thereby, build np
UcConnelsville, Malta, and the county
in general, by adding to our Agricul
tural and Commercial interests, the
the very important one of successful
Manufactures, has been met very gen
erously and open-handed by our
From the information we have been
able to obtain relative to the project!
it 6en.B that Brown, Manly A Co.i
feeling and knowing that (heir busi
ness demanded a larger capital than
they were possessed of, and having
received propositions from other pla
ces to branch out on a larger scale in
their business, concluded to make a
a proposition to certain of our leading
men, which, if accepted, would supply
their need for more capital, and also
give this locality, in which they felt an
interest, the great advantage of a
profitable and extensive manufactory.
Brown, Manly & Co's. proposition
was to form a Farming Implement
Manufacturing Company, with a capi.
tal of sixty thousand dollars, thirty-
five thousand of which they were to
furnish in their Plow-patent, and
their already fitted trp and operating
establishment in Malta, and establish
ed business throughout, the United
States; and the remaining twenty-five
thousand to be raised by . our citizens
in cash, to be paid into the company's
hands, according to stipulated agree
ment, the terms of which we are un
acquainted. , ' .
It is exceedingly gratifying for- us to
be "able to say, in common with all who
are interested in enterprises of profit
and thrift to our county, that twenty
one thousand dollars hare been sub
scribed by our citizens . toward the
successful carrying out of this ; enter
prise. That the remaining four thou
sand will be raised is a matter of no
question ; and, consequently, the Farm
ing Implement Manufactory must be
considered, from this time forward, one
of the institutions of Morgan County.
On to-monow evening, Saturday,
there will be a meeting held at the
Mayor's office of this village, which
will be open to everyone, and the ob
ject of which is to perfect the organi
sation of the company. It ia hoped
that every one who can find it con
venient will attend.
A- Ha-w WAY to Sill Pbopirtt.
James W. Kincaid 'a efforts in the
way of selecting a site for the new
Soap Factory Lave been instra
xaental in selling one piece of prop
erty at least. He had intended to
turn the old School house in the
West end of town ir.to the contem
plated establishment, bat parties
living adjacent opposed its loca
tion there, end succeeded m pre
venting it. He next tnrned his at
tention to a lot owned by E. K.
Stanbery, in the same part of the
town, and some of the neighbors
seeing him measuring it, concluded
what his object was, and immedi
ately started for Mr, SUubory's
office, and effected a purchase of
the lot. Kincaid says that he had
cone! ad ed the lot not to be suitable
for his purposes before the pur
chaso was made.
To-bat and to-morrow are the Spring
Opening Days at the Misses 8. E
Holbrook's. Gentlemen, if jem want
to see the ladies of our Visage and
vicinity, just station yourselves some
where in that locality. - Remember
the olaee.' gentlemen, three doors
above the Public Square, oa the North j
tiat oi centre cuvct,
. t&m It is said we are to have a new
boat on this river. James Martin is to
be Commander, and she is to make
daily trips, up and back, between
Windsor and Zanesville.
J.T. Crew has Just returned
from a trip to Pittsburgh and through
Northern Ohio. He reports matters
and things to be putting on the Jen-
signiss of life.
&- We hear street talk to, the
effect that a new Soap Factory is to be
started here. James W. Kincaid ia to
be at the head of it. .
This has been, so far, the "dull
est" week of the season in M&C&o&els
ville. 13 The Saw mill of ear townsman
Samuel Priee, that was consumed by
fire in Devrftsld. township one day last
week, we understand is to be supplied
by a new one.
The Baby Elephant Dead.
The little ele-ahant, known as
"Young Shoo Fly,"' attached to Gard
ner & Forepaugh s Managerie, breathed
his last yesterday at eleven A, M.
His remains have been bequeathed to
the Western Reserve College, where
the body was taken last evening. It
will be prepared while there and ex
hibited among the curiosities. His
death was brought about by the tussle
he had with the large elephant while
in the Vermillion river a few days
ago, when in sport the big fellow threw
"Shoo Fly" violently into the deep
water. Notwithstanding the death in
in the beast family, soone regrets his
death more than his mate, who caused
his death. It is pittying to took upon
him. Tears are continually streaming
from his eyes, and a low murmur of
groaning is heard. His keeper says he
knows as weU as man that he was the
cause of his death. Cleveland Plain-
dealer, April 23.
Oar pins, the oldest of thcm.come
from the tombs. The Egyptians
burned for us ages ago. They are
elaborate and costly in workman
ship, the longest being eight inches.
These pins are ornamented with
gold beads and bands. The ancient
Mexicans used the thorns of the
agave and the aloe for pins. . Oar
English grandmothers of the six
teenth century exercised patience
and impatience in using dear little
pins, which pins were wooden
skewers (I wonder bow they dres
sed the babies of thatcentury.)
The first pins made in England
were manufactured at Gloucester,
in 1626. Ten years later they wero
made in London, and afterward in
of pin-making in the United States
to the war oi 2sl2,whicb so inter
rupted our commerce that the value
of a six penny paper of pins rose in
one dollar. . Our - first pins . were
made by English men at. the old
state prison in Greenwich JTiUage,
now included within the limits of
the city oi New York. The effort
was soon abandoned. Again, in
1820, the same tools were made to
do duty ia pin-making at Be'.levue
alma-house. The enterprise fail
ed. Mr. Lemuel Wright, oi Mas
sachusetts, in 1824, invented and
patented in England the Sr6t mach
ines that made solid headed pins.
That effort failed to meet success,
and be waited nine years before
the first solid beaded pin was sold
in London. One- yesr earlier, Mr.
John I.Howe, of New York, obtain
ed a patent in the United States
for making pins with wire, or spun
heads, and tbeso were the first
machines in which the pin was com
pleted by one procsss that proved
sucessfuL . .The same inventor pat
tented in 1840, a process for making
pins with solid beads.
There are now, in the United
States, eight or nine mills where
pins are made.and Connecticut
claims the pin business as almost
exclusively her own, four of the
mills being in the .vally oi the Na
ugaluck. An application at one of these
Connecticut factories to see a pin
made was met with the reply; We
will show you with pleasure plenty
of pins after they are made, and
every procrs except the making of
the pin. There is a secret, wonder
ful department in this mill where
eighty-five m acbines devoure tons
of wire, and send forth millions of
pins, and from this department
curious eyes are excluded. A man
named Fowler invented the mach
ines whioh are carefully hidden,
and a story is told that, in bis last
great period of doubt and agony,
lest, after all, bis creation should
fail of life, help came to him in the
form of a dream, and by it success-
The capacity of one of these mills is
7,000,000, pica a day, or 2,191,000,
090 per year. .
- The best English pins are put in
green paper, and for a long time
green paper was sacred to the bent
quality of American pins; but now,
alas! it is made to cover the poorest
quality of iron pins as well, such
as are sold at a fraction more than
three cents a paper. The beat pins
of the American and Howe compan
ies are now put iu form of a book,
and: are ealleJ "book-pins ". A
book: contains .two hundred and
sixty-four pins, including five sixes,
in eight rows, one oi which is black
The pins, as first shown at the mill,
are of brass andiron. The brass
pins receive whitning from long
boiling tn copper vessels with block
tm. The iron pins-receive their
whitningby a process which is
After whittling, the pins are put
through a machine which throws
off all the straight, well formed
pins, ani carries away all the bent,
imprefect pins a absolute waste.
Another machine assorts the pins,
selecting with preciaiun each sire,
and conducting to its proper re
ceptacle. The most curious and interesting
process, is that oi putting the pins
into the papers. It requires possib
ly thirty secoada for the pins to
pass from the mass to their place, in
the paper, the same machine select
ing them by the head, marshalling
them in single file, delivering them
over into companies,, creasing the
paper and fixing them in place. It
is the iron pins that have created
the belief that English pina are
alone worth, buying. Merchants
buy the poorer qualities and even
the iron pins, consumers alone suf
fering, since the merchants buys at
the lowest valuation the cheapest
articals, and sells it at the price of
the best quality of brass pins. A
paper of Ne plus ultra pins contains
360; the poorer qualities but 280.
The cheapest quality of iron pins
are called Adamantine, between
which and the Ne plus ultra fa ere
are several grades. Hearth and
tSf MJIov do you clean your Sil
ver Ware 7" We are asked this
question almost every day; and, for
the information of th ladies gene
rally, w would say that Silver
Ware is only tarnished by salphur,
which can be effectually removed
by applying, with a soft brush,
genuine English Kongo with Alco
hoi, aad robing1 dry with Chamo!
skin. : H. B. ViKoiirr & Bbo.
VIOLET WBITIKO FLUID I
Beautiful color, flows freely and smooth
ly, does not fade or thicken, and superior to
any Writing Fluid for all purposes eorrea.
pondenee, record, card writing, Ac. It is
especially deairable for saromereial purpo
ses. A large and fresh stock, of all sises,
received this week at Asaib's Book Store. .
t$? We have a lot of Children's
peged Kid Shoes, from no. 6 to no.
10-, little out of style, hut good
shoes, for 7tcta. J. B. STONE.
JTJVEJTILS BOOK8 1
A large and excellent assortment of Jwe
nile Book, suitable for Sabbath School Li
braries, Birthday presents. Prises for Sab
bath and Day School Bchelars, Ac. reeeiv.
ed at Anus's Book Store on yesterday.
They are unobjectionable in matter, and
bound in handsome styles.
Ocn Notion department is al
ways full, as we make constant ad
ditions to it. SILL & CO.
BLAFK BOOKS 1
' Additional new stock of Jtesk Bookt re
ceived at Adaib's Book Store last night.
Their stock is complete in sises, styles, and
quality, and far in excess of any stock here
More kept in this place,
ggr-Sponges. alarge assortment, at
HAIB BitrSHESI! -
Itew stock jnst received on yesterday at
Aaibi Baok Store. Tbey have a splendid
assortment, of all sises and styles, that can
aot tail to please.
ISF Just received, by the Steam
er Julia, a fine lot of Millinery
Goods, consisting of Bonnets, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Ornaments, La
ces, and Notions oi all the latest
varieties, at G. E. Haixidat
New and fresh lines of Harmonica, of the
best quality made, from the cheap styles up
in some of the largest, and best in tone and
tgL,Halls llalsam tor(thelungs, is
the great remedy, for all lung dis
ease, sold by S. Spraguo.
CLOTHES BRUSHES 11
A large stock just received on yesterday
at A e Ala's Book Store, of all sisM, styles and
prices. They buy tketr stock direct from
manufacturers aad Importers, and are ena
bled to sell at very low figures.
. tST Colored and White Carpet
Chain, Cotton Tarns and Coverlet
Yarn, to arrive this week at
TOT BOOKS I 1
Few stock Toy" Bool received at Anara's
Book Store on yesterday. -
tfQ- Isacc Roland says those
powders (Ohio Fariner)are a good
thing. ' -
MUSIC BOOKS ! I
Fresh su) ply of Jfimb Book received at
Abaib's Book State en yesterday.
IST Some no. 3 and no. 4 wo
men's Goat and Kid peged Shoes,
cheap as dirt, from 75cU to $1, at
J. B Stone's.
'fea&.Full sets of Ckarlt DiekeiW and Chat.
TUade't Kveeli, in cbeap paper form, recei
ved at Asaib's Book Store on yesterday. .
Wx have in store a full line of
Dry Goods, which we offer at ru
ling rates. SILL h CO.
HYMN BOOKS I
A splendid Hue of Jfetkoditi Books,
all styles, received at Adaib's Book Store on
ta- T. T. Nott, reromends Ohio
Farmers condition powders.
POCKET MAPS I '
A new supply of Pocket iftps received at
Adaib's Book Store oa yesterday.
Wx are selling Groceries a low
as any one. SILL & CO.
LETTER PAPER I
New stock of Zetter Paper received at A
daib's Boo( Store 9a yesterday.
tJ"Try the nerve and bone lini
ment, at Sprague's Drug Store.
KA?0$g f BAZOR8 1 1
A sew stock of Raton, rarious styles and
sises, and the best coeds manfeeed. just
received at Adaib's Book Store on yeetetJay.
g? Good Muslins, every grade,
at Sill's. ' : .
COMBS I COMBS 1 1
A fresh stock ol Bedding and Fin Combe,
splendid styles, received at Adaib's Book
Store on yesterday.
19 Very nice stylet oi Prints to
be seen at g.
t& Hard Rubber Handle
Knives, Silver-plated blades, will
not become loose in the handles;
hot water will not affevt them for
sale at Yinoent'sV
TOILET SOAPS 1 1
New stock of Glycerine Soap of Foreign
and American maaaieeture, together with
other varieties, now at Adaib's Book Store.
atFhanettock's white lead lin
seed oil no at Sprague's.
tS For a 20 cent Necktie, or a
15 cent Box of Collars, go to Sill's.
Usx Duncan's Expectorant for
Use Duncan's Expectorant for
Hundreds of bottles sold t
Hundreds oi bottles sold (
Hundreds ot bottles sold I
Don't fail to try it I
Don't fail to try it!
Don't fail to try it I
Sold on ly by, J. B. STONE.
VsVsv stock of Bristol Board,. Braving
Books and Cora's, Gold Paper, and many oth
er Goods, received at Adaib's Book Store on
itj Fishoil n 1, just received at
Sprague's Drug Store. -.
Oun stock of Tinware, .and our,
facilities for .manufacturing it, are
unsurpassed in' the county. .
xo" Splendid Queenswaro in full
or broken setts, at Sill'.' .
Married, April JJth, 187k by Rev. J. M
Woodward, at the Parsenare in MeCon-
nelaviUe, Mr. Lewis Greer and Miss Emily
Conatl. all of Morten County, Ohio.
McCONNELSVILLE, April 29, 1870.
FLOUR- Best family
WHEAT SI ,00 per battel.
CORN MKAL 0,8O per bushel.
CORN 3 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLKY. Spring, 80.90. Fall.Slj05.
OATS S3 tents per bcsbel, wholesale.
Hay 113.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKKD--3,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEKD -SI 75 to 2 CO.
BKANd 52 00 per basheL
DR1KD APPLES 6ets.- per pound.
DRIED PKACHKSS3 00 per Vssb.
POTATOES SO 40 per oashM at
BUTTER 23 cts. per pound,
KGUS :8 tts. per dot,
FEATHERS- 75. cts. per lb.
8UUAR-12to 13 c. per lb.
WHITE 8UUAR 14 to 17 cts-lb.
COFFKK- 20 to 30 cU. per lb. -
TEA- SI 00 to 1 60 per lb,
MOLASSES Sorgum &0 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon. .
SFRUr SI 00 per ffalloo.
LARD 15 to l&ots per pound whale.
CANDLE3 20cts per lb. '
SOAP by Her 10c,
CODFISHlOoU per lb.
SALTSI 75 per bbl,
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Pickeled, 15 cts per lb. '
CARBON OIL 40cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL-U5 per gallon.
. .LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon. .
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
MONDAY EVENING, April 25, 1880.
Beef Cattlb The araivals were
more liberal, but there was a f-ir de
in and, and was sui5ci-nt to take ap ot
an onerea. nis evenine; me pens were
pretty well cleared.- Prices are un
changed. We quote cornmon, S4 50a5
fair S5 25a5 75; good, $66 50; ( rime
butchers' stuff $6 75a7 25; and ship-
Sing cattle, f 7a ao per cental gross,
utchers were the chief buyers.
Snisr A continued fair demand and
steady market, the rales and receipts
being about i qual. w e quote common
to extra S4 50a5 ter cental cross.
Hogs. A fair demafd, and all offered
were readily disposed of, and at full
prices. The sales w re mainly at S3 50
a25 per cental eros for' light and
heavy averages, but as high as S9 50
wss in sever! instances realised for ex
tra heavy butchers' hogs
PHiLADEirsiA, April 23 Flour dul ;
nor-hwestern extra family at S5a5 75.
Wheat dull; rrd, fl 23&130; white
$1 35. Rye SI 05 Corn unsettled with
yellow at SI Hal 15. Oats in fair de
mand. ' Petroleum quiet and unchanged.
Whisky nominal at SI 03 for wood,
and SI 07 for iron bound.
. - Be- f catt'e dull and a fraction lower;
sales 1,500 h ad at 0 l-2al0c for extra,
7a9c. for fair to good, and a7c for com
mon.. Sheep are in fair demand ; rales
10,000 head at 7a9c.
Hogs are dull and lower; sales 3,300
at f U 30aI3 50; the latter prune corn
' Baltimobi April 23. Flour quiet ani
firm. Wheat firm; amber SI 40al 55.
Corn quiet; white, SI JOal 13; yellow
dull at SI. Oats firm at 04a66 c. Rya
steady at 95e.af 1 10.
Hess pork firm at SSS 50a2. Baeoa
active and advancing; rib sides 16c;
clear sides, 16c.; shoulders lir hams,
I9a20c. Lard firm it 16 l-2a I63-4c. .
Whisky quiet at SI 06al 07.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
April 23, 1870.
Btrr Cattle The offerings at the
scales during the past week amounted
to 700 head, against 1,142 last week
Of the number offered 296 head casoe
from Ohio and from Virginia, over
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; 259
from Pennsylvania, over the Northern
Central Railroad, and 109 from Mary
land on foot. Of the receipts 575 head
wtre taken by Baltimore butchers, and
105 by Washington and Annapolis
butchers. Prices to-day ranged as fol
lows: Old cows ana scalawags at
S4 50a5 25; ordinary thin steers, oxen
and cows at 523660; fair qaa'lty
beeves at S7 25aS, and the very beat
beeves at 8 25a925 per 100 lbs., the av
erage price being about S? gross. 1 he
market was moderately acute to-day
at an advance of 25 cents per 100 lbs,
on the rates of last week.
SHEEr The supply has been large
during the past week, and the market
full at a decline of fully 1-4 c. per lb.
fr-Ctfp. the rates of last week. ; Prices
ta-day ranged as foilows : - Wool sheep
at 6 l-28c, and sheared at 5 l-2a7c.
per lb. gross. Lamba S3 to S5 per
Hogs The market has bean fully
supplied during the past week, and
with only a moderate, demand. Seles
are slow and rates hard to maintain.
Prices to-day ranged as follows: At
$11 50al2 25 for stiil-fetU aad at $12 25
al3 25 per 100 )bs, net for food eorn
New York Cattle Market.
New Yobk, April 25th. The dead
meats were cleaned out Saturday, k-av-ivg
the botchers hungry. The 6,000
beeves for the wetk proves sorce'y
suffi'ient. lhere were fevesty-eight
cars to-dj at Corrmunipavj, and sixty
seven each at Whsken and One
Hundredth street, making 3,540 Lead
early sold. The weather is becoming
favorable. Quality of stock fair, Prices
13 l-2c for bulls, up to IT Mo for a few
extra 'iers. Host of the sales were at
1 5c to 1 60. Huch aal30 prime Nebras
ka stevi, T $.4 0X it 15 L2al7c.;
120 Illinois T J-2cwt., 15al6 I-2c; 90
Missouri, Tcwt., 5 I-4c., or about the
average of the market, makipg an ad
vance of 1-4 ta l'?c, and closing very
Total sheep, 13,400 h-ad; to-day
T ears at Forty-eighth street, five at
Communnipaw, and one at Weens wkn.
Market firm; former prices off; 5c for
very thin 65 lbs, Ohio sheased ; 6c.
for two cars 76 lbs 7c. for one car 87
lbs., and 8c for a deck 98 lbc. Spring
lambs are worth 15a20c.
Total hogs, 12,700; to-day frty cars
and maeket off aeain to 12 l-4al2 12 1-2
for dressed; two cars Illinois, 190 to
200 lbs., sold alive at 9 3-4c,- oue car,
160 lbs. Ohio at 9c.
Kotice Is hereby given that there will be
a petitioa presented to the Commissioners
of Morgan Connty, Ohio, at their next reg
nlsr session, asking for an alteration and
review of a part of the eunty road, leading
from -the Oil-spring run bridge to Helmtck's
mill i .ciiameneiar in the eeatre of the
Oil-sprier nr road, at the month of
small ran; near J; B. Pnaaway's Black-."
smith shop in Malta township, thence up
. . . .
aa ran, me neareat ana oesiroaie ior e
road; intersecting the eld road near the
township line between Malta and Deerfield
townships. Also to vacate as much of the
01a road as is supplied ny tn new.
April Si, 1870.
Notice fs hereby given thtt there will be
a petitioa presonted to the Commissioners
mMqku County. Ohio, at their next 2-
lr session, asking for anr alteration and
review of a per of the County roa J leading
fresA Joseph Fhtl!st Slater's Mil, The
Iteratiea will be ia section number 19 of
Center Township, commencing for the
same in the center of said old road, near
James McKeivev's house, thence on sooth
side of the hill, where the most suitable
ground for a road ean be found, to the said
creek, then across the ereek to the road
lesdinr to Beverly. Said alteration of
road will pass through the land of James
f 1 r T a . ai
AirjvciTj, oianey u. woraon aixi jbtib vj
iphant; also to vacate as much of the old
Toaa as u supplied by the new.
SIDNEY G. JORDOJJ,
April SJ,189 Sw.
Ruth Leland, whose residence is nn-
known, is notified that John A. C. Leland
did, on the 13kh dey of April, 1970, file his
petition in the Office of the Clerk of the
Court of Comm-tn Plese within and for the
County of Morgan and State of Ohlo,eharg
ing the said Ruth Leland of being willfully
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last past without just ese therefor.
and asking that ne mey De divorced irom
said CnthXeland, which petition will be
for bearing at the next June Term ol said
Court. Dated t h is 1 3t h of A pri 1 , 1 870.
JOHlt A. C. LELAND,
r- By E. M. Stasbiit, his attorney.
April 15 Sw.
Hannah Smith snd 'William V. Smith,
ber husband, whose place of retidence ia
unknown, will take notice that a petition
was filed against them on the 4th of April,
A. D- 187. ia the Coert of Common Pleas
within and for the oounty of Aforgan and
State ot Ohie, by John Gibbins, ana is naw
Dending, wherein said John uibbtvsde
mends partition and assignment of dower
to Marian Jf. f-bace, of and it the follow-
ing real estate, tuwit : Situate la saltl
eountv of Morgan and Stat of Ohia.an.4
known, designated and described as follows,.
beginning at the southeast corner or me
southwest quarter of section number seven
(7). of town number eight (8), of range
number twelve (13), ol the Ohio t'ompany'a
purchase : A cbesl&ut 1 inches, bears
north IS degs west 21 and W. O 39 in., bears
north 80 degs wstx ; tbonee nortn ea aegs
wst 61.40 rods to e stake, a pop) tr 10, north
48 dega east and a popHr 10, south 3
east J4Ji tneac acwta i?s oegs esstar
rods to a stake in th road ; thenee en an
easterly course along the road about 55. XS
rods to the weat line f th Bethel mooting
bouse lot j these south about three rods to
the southwest earner ef said meeting house
lot ; - thenoe east It rods to the east
line of said quarter 1 thence somh ldegs
west 57 ro-ls to the plae 0 beginning, con
taining eighteen and one-half (I8K1 acres,
roor or lees, and tbt at the next term f
said Court the said Job Gibbins will ap
ply for an order that partition may be mad
of and said dower b assigned ia said pre
mises. JOBK GIB&IS3.
By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
J. C. STONE, Agint,
..r. McConnelsvilIe, O.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
si! articles pertaining to th
CsrHehaaonhandooaataatly a Island
extensive stock of all article pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
BEATTY k. PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sl only by Er John Alexander, in
Morgan eeuaty. marll,l370-ly
rUIJUSIHG &. PltlXTIXG.
CONSEEYAT I V E,
fSf Published every Friday morning la
p& McConnekville, Clio,on the Co ope
rative Tlan of publishing a county
pM" Kewpaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN.
NEOUS AND COMMER
Besides a Greater Yarlety of
Foreign and Homo
T Than any paper ever published la
la Every Towniblp in thla
Te assist la enlarging th circulation, at
Uut paper, aad to whon
UBERAI, CAS II WAGES I
rill be paid.
Job Printing !
"While we are prepared to do all kinds of
Iilain Job Printing atatly and expeditious
j, we call
Special Attention I
To our facilities for printing all kinds eX
AND 8UC1I JOB
"Work in general, ss w sre supplied with
the bestead largest assortment of
For such pnrposes, that ever was ia 21c
CcmnelaTiHe. OFFICE IN
SOUfH-YEST CORNER OF PUS-
AprU 29, 1370.
DRY GOODS, &.C.
MADE TO ORDER
April 23 tf.
Way be found at his office on
THE SOLTII TTEST COa.lEi;
of tsa v -
At sU times, whan not absent oa Profess
Adams & JCahler'
he v a well selected stock of Dry Goods
6roeeri, Qiice&awaxe, aaX sad Shoes, c.,
G RSATZY PBJCE3
Hill ;Sortel Ceraw of Ceater sa4
April U ly.
"RohfvrtTj. "f" DTTIR.
dealer in mechanic' TmJs, Jams Implev-
menu, Building Materials, Bkeir ilartt
ware. Cordage, Iloose Furnish isr Goods.
Manufacturer of .
TIX A2TD SEEET JBOJT WARM
' Oppoeit the Court Ileua.
IT, C. THES13TE
asks the public to call and examine his
speeimea Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am-
nrotypee, bemi, c.j e., wfcwn eanaot e
surpeased anywhere. He has perfected ae
rangement whereby any on can V ao
comodatod with ta fiseet of Oil Painting
4 pjetasree i ladia (ah Vaik, Soomsy
over Boone's Saddler Shop, la J. C. Stone's
Building. CcBte sUxaet. it'CoaaslsvUl,
C. L. HALL-,
MALTA, OHIO. '
tsau BUSINESS PONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SISTEil UCJ
May 7, 1869-tf.
gULLIVAN & BKOWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
Blank Book SlanuCtctorj,
fixe job rnixrisa
Our specialty. Music, Magasines, Ac,
bound in any style and at th cheapest
ratee. E8 Blank Books for Counties,
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Zanesville, OcL IS, 1369.
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roa tbs sau Of r
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jf-And all kinds ef Conntry Produc.-
1 C.';i.ri Rtiiinnnul.
A Liberal Advance made on Consignmanta,
Means k Coffin, Grocers, Pittsburg ) "Wnu
ililler, Grocer, fittaburg; Arbutanoi.Snaa
noa A Co.t'Waolesal lry Goods, PitUeurr;
Gill Bros., Boots and Shoes, Pittsburg 1
Pittsburg National Bank of Coramere,
Pittsburg 1 Trainer A Anderson, Pbiladel-
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Jones A Son, Baltimore : Straight, Iteming
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dis, Oi Welle A Dunn, MaristU, Q:. " -