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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX
FRIDAY, . . . May 6, 1STO.
Notice is hereby given that I, the under
aigned Enoch Parker, will pay no debt
contracted by my wife, Mary Parker, of
whatever character they may be; and,
alo, all persons are hereby notified not to
harbor or shelter her on mv account
M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1870-3w.
The Board of Directors of the Morgan
County Agricultural Society will meet at
the Mayor's Office in!KcConnelsvUle, en
Monday, May 16, 1870.
at tO o'clock, A. M., for the transaction ef
important business pertaining to the next
Fair of the Societv, which is to be held on
th 4th. 5th and 6th of October, 18T, A
full end prompt attendance of every mem
ber f the board is desired.
By order of the board.
JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y.
May 5, 1870-2w.
We notice tbat Fred Brown
is renovating things generally,
About the City bhaving baloon.
j- E M. Stanbery started for
Kansas and Iowa on last Taebday
morning for the jmrpOBe cf looking
after sorre property be has in those
States, lie will pro&aoiy De gone
A new article in the cigar line is
being manufactured by P. Sweeney
& Co., and is called the "Shoo Fly."
Its flavor is most excellent, and it
is bound to become a universal fa
Mr. William Silvey, whom
our Contnbator mentioned as be
ing one of the Jurors in the first
slander suit tried in Morgan Coun
ty, and whom be mentioned as be
ing dead, we learn from Hon. W.
P. Spragtie, is living in Newark,
New Jersey. lie probably is about
eighty-five years of age, and hearty
tST The new Soap Factory will
be located somewhere above the
Oil Rjfinery, in all probability.
The name of the firm will be "Kin
caid, Stitt & Co.." the firm being
James W. Kincaid, John Stitt and
A. G. Merriam. This a step in the
right direction, and it will meet
universal iavor. We cannot have
too many manufactory.
Ex-Auditor Kamsey has bought
Mrs. Cadwallader's residence on
second street, opposite Judge
Rhodes', trnd will hereafter be a res
identof our City. Marietta Times.
We had hoped Mr. Ramsey was
intending to make a permanent .lo
cation here; bjitit seems not. How
ever, we believe he will take to Ma
rietta the best wiahes of our citi
zens, amongst whom he resided for
more than a quarter of a Century.
Seaman's Wild Cat.
We had suppoosed this animal
had long since "given up theghest."
Our citizens generally, will remem
ber it as a "Wild Animal," which
"Thrifty," commonly known as the
"Lion Tamer," made several effort
to capture. The Noble County Re
publican, of last week, contains the
following paragraph, which estab
lishes the fact tbat it still lives, and
ii running rampant in Noble Coun
ty: A Wild Animal. Considerable
excitement exists in Wayne town
ship over the movements of a
strange animal tbat nas cecn ob
served near Kennonsburg. A Sir.
Hawkins met it in the road a few
days ago, but gave way without
stopping to investigate. lie pro
nounced it a bear, and others who
have soen it agree with hini, while
others, perhaps less imaginative,
say that it is only a very large
strange dog. A party is forming to
hunt it down and disclose the mys.
On last Saturday evening, as an
nounced, the friends of this enter
pribH met in the Mayor's office.
Joshua Davis wa chosen Chairman,
and George 5. Corner Secretary.
After such organization, E. M. Stan
bery rose, and briefly 6tatcd the
result ot the work of the Committee
to solicit 8nbscribers to the stock j
which ttktement was to the effect
that twenty-one thousand dollars
had been subscribed, and that about
two thousand more had been prom
ised by parties now absent from the
county, but who would readily sub
scribe said amount on their return
here. Following this, it was de
cided to take the preliminary steps,
immediately, toward the incorporat
ion of the Company under the
name and title of the JJrown &
Manly Plow Company;" said arti
cles of incorporation empowering
the Company to invest one hundred
thousand dollars in its bnsinesd.
William P. Brown, James Manly,
Joshua Davis, William P. Sprague,
James B. McGrew, and Elias M.
.Stanbery were chosen as Corpora
te ; and the articles of Incorpo
ration were then duly acknowl
edged before James M Gaylord,
Esq., and sent to the Clerk's Office
of the Court of Common Pleas for
the attachment of said Clerk's cer
tificate and official seal ; and are
now, probably, in the Secretary oi
State's Office in Columbus. After
instructing the same Committee,
that had been operating as solicit
ors of stock, to continue on in
their work, the meeting adjourned
until called again by said Commit
tee. Thx New 1'jrk Times thinks
Chaso and Walker good' names to
place on the Presidential track, as
far as running well is concerned.
Ix marrying a young Irish girl to
a smart mulatto, in the presence of
a number of the dignitaries of a
Western town, on Saturday, Justice
Garrett said: "In the name of the
Great Jehovah, the Continental
Congress and the Fifteenth Amend
ment, I pronounce you bnsband
The Late Chief Justice Taney.
After the outbreak of hostilities,
it will be remombered that a habeas
corpan case came before him as
Circuit Judge of Maryland. He is
sued the writ. It was In favor of a
unm named Merryman, who had
be arrested for treason. The mil
itary officers interfered and preven
ted the release of the prisoner.
Judge Taney directed the Clerk of
the Court to certify this lact to
President Lincoln. This was done
but the President made no reply.
The next day, before Taney went
to Court, he told lis daughters
that he fully expected to bo arrest
ed before night; that, if so, they
must not worry or feel anxious
about him, for he hoped they would
not keep him long in confinement.
But,'' said he, "I shall keep right
on, doing what I believe to be my
duty, and taking the consequences,
whatever they may be." He was
not arrested, although he was often
threatened in the early yeaa6 of the
war. It was in the hature of such
distinguished Generals as Schenck,
who ruled in Maryland, to arrest
as "dangerous traitors" such men
as Taney then upward of eignty
years of age. It was by such patn -otic
services that Schenck won his
It is reported from London, that
apiece of wood has been picked up
on the north coast of Cornwall, con
taining the infcription "City of Bos
ton sinking, Feb. 11." This ship
left Boston on the 25th of Jan.,
since which time ro tidinss of her
has been received. She had on
board about five hundred passen
gers, all of whom have doubtless
gone down to a watery grave.
The Toledo Blade has published
an instalment of the current Radi
cal yarns about outrages in Ten
nssee on northern emigrants, a
coramitty of Republicans residing
in Jamestown, in that State, wrote
to the Blade that
There is no part of the United
States where peaceable, law abid
ing settlers will receive from all
reeidents a more kindly welcome,
none where they will be more secure
in the enjoyment of life, property
opinions and pleasures, none where
hallh is more likely to be found,
and few whese industry is more
certain to receive its duo reward
than upon this Cumberland stable
and iu Middle Tennessee. Its de
ficiencies are those of sparsely set
tled, half wild, secluded region, its
promises are abundan and opne to
all comers. . Such statements as
those of your article are harmful and
wong, because sweeping and gen
eral in their application"
Still the Blade insists on its
stories of intolerancand perfection.
Of course it would't do to give up
this plank in the radical platform.
As Greeley admits, they have car
ried too many elections on it.
The New York assembly, Democrat
ic, on Saturday last, by a vote of eighty
fire ayes to seven nays, passed a bill
which removes all restrictions on the
right of suffrage for blacks and peaces
tbem on the same footing as whites.
Mr. Murphy, a leading Democratic
member of the house, on the passage
of the bill spoke as follows :
"I shall vote for this bill, not in def
erence to the fifteenth amendment,
but because the State of New York
has the constitutional right to regulate
the subject of suff age for herself. The
constitution of the United States does
not confer nppn Congress the power to
regulate this question, and hence the
adoption cf the fif'een'h amendment
is a usurpation of authority for which
there is no constitutional warrant.
The regu'ation of the question of suff
rage hs always been conceded to the
states, and, until the agitation of the
question involved in the fifteenth
amendment, the right to so regulate
the question was never questioned
either by Congress or the people. I
am willing, however, to take from the
black man the $250 qualification under
which he now struggles, placing him
upon an equal footing with the white
man at the ballot-box ; and I do tbJs
because slavery no longer exists in the
land. The property qualification is a
great wrong, and should never be im
posed in a free c mntry. I Bhall there
fore vote ave."
Thi Seneca Advertiser is puqlishing
scraps from its old files, and among
other things finds the following in an
old paper published it 1 845, which it
commends to President Grant:
"Ukhohscd. The surveyor of the
port of Baltimore sent a splendid char
ger to Colonel Folk, a few days since,
an a token of his high regard for the
President. The next day the horse
was returned to the very disinterested
donor, accompanied with a notification
that h:e services were no longer needed
by the government. The surveyor
han no doubt forgotten that John
Tyler was no longer President."
We don't know exactly what the sur
veyor would have got from Grant for a
"splendid charger." The tariff on
presentations is a state secret. Hardly
more than a subordinate office, howev
r Say a consulship, postoffice or
What is the difference between a
donkey and the only empire in
South America? The one brays
well; tho other Brazil. New York
Anegro deatmg society at Maesie
ville, Ohio, aro going to tackle tbe
following: "Eesolvod, that Jeff.
Davis and cabnit have done more
tore the emancipation of the color
ed race than a linkin and cabnit.'
A. D. Richardson's dwelling
house at Newark ,New Jersey, is
anvertised for sale at auction,, on
Monday, Juno 20, by Abbie S.
Richardson, special guardian of
Leander P.( Maud L. and Albert
The JLate Fire The Prompt
ness of the "Home of Columbus"
We have a Westirn Insurance
Compant. We call the especial at
tention of our readeis to the notice
in our advertissng columns, of the
settlement, on the part of the ''Homo
of Columbus" Fire Insurance Com
pany, ot its loss sustained tv the
destruction of tho Flouring Mill of
v. -ij. OJ.WO x-iBij. j. ue m in me
smouldering ruins wan not yet ex
tinguished when the Special Agent
of the Home of Columbus arrived
to settle the loss. The absence of
Mr. Hills (who was in New York)
prevented an immediate adjust
ment but as soon as the Company
could be notified of his return, the
Adjusting Agent, Mr. J. W. Chapin,
called upon him and immediately
gave him a drafv for S300Q, tho full
amount of the policy. Delaware,
The following well known gen
tlemen cf McConncIsville, own
6tock in the Home Insurance Com
pany: W. P. Sprague, James A.
McConnel, Hugh M. Cochran, Eli
Shepard, John W. Pinkcrton, and
The Agent. here is Arza Alder
man, Esq., who may be found a- tho
Fir6t National Bank.
The Spring Opening at Hol-
brooks Fancy Goods and Millinery
Stor, on last weeir, was the most
successful tbat that establishment
has ever met with. Hardly a lady
Within the limits of the towns failed
to call on ihero; and a great many
from the country, also, were noti
ced in their beautifully adorned
A Woolen FACToRy. There are
fair chances our having an extent
sive Woolen Factory established
here this season. Keep the matter
in motion, and wo have no doubt
but that it will be established.
The people cf Morgan are ready to
invest in all such enterprises.
JtST John II. Bozman had ninety
bead of 6heepput in pound on last
Saturday, and it cost bim thirty
five dollars and fifty cents to get
The wearing of fine dresses, by
church going ladies, according to
App'eton'e Journal, is not so rcp
rehncsible a practice after all. It
says: ''Man and woman in pure lin
en, in unstaind apparel, in cbcicc
personal adornment, have a sense"
of dignity and elevation which
those in slovenly garb do not expe
rience, and it is no particular sin if
this sense of elevation is carried a
little too far Pride, of course, often
enters into fine dressing, and many
particulry arc fond of flunting
their fine feathers in the people's
eyes; but a majority love, handsome
dressing in obedience to an instinct
of refinement in conscqnence of
that sense of personal purity which
accompanies wearing of choice ap
paral and bence we see perfect
congruity in well dressed crowds
that pour through our streets, on
Sundays, wending their way to the
place of prayer, and our most fash
ionable congregations, if exhibit
ing a little too much of ultra elo
ganco, even if showing unmistakab
ly the presence of pride and vain
glory in to largo a proportion for
the spiritual welfare of the wors
shippers, have yet an air of sobriety
are reverential in manner, at least
conditions that seem to have been
somewhat dfferent in former times.
It is rumered that there is trouble
between tbe bridegroom -whom
Anna Hickerson is going to lead to
the altar from Rhode Island and
herself. She wants to know how
much money the father of the blush
ing bridegroom is going to settle
Mk. S. Sprague, Si-: I had my
feet badly frozen so that I could
not put on my boots. They were
very painful. I tried all the Lini
ments &c, I could hear recommend
ed but eould not get anything to do
me any good until 1 tried your su
perior .Nerve and bone Linament.
Three applications of that excel
lent Linament cured me. I would
therefore recommead all my friends
who may need to use Liniment, to
try the Superior Nerve and Bono
jtST The Miises S. & E. Holbrook
will receive, this week, direct from
the manufacturers, tho best and
largest assortment of Hats" and
Bonets ever brought to McConncIs
ville. Bv the Julia." this trim, wa
wi.i cave a nice lot ot traveling,-and
hand Trunks. F. Sill & Co.
-.. , " . . . J . ,."-rr
ISL. The sale of Ir. Duncan's Ex
pectorant still increases. Five doz n
received and on hand this day. at
IgU We offer superior inducements
to persons wanting anything in the
Dry -goods line, as our Stock is full and
F. Sill & Co.
SgL. Some beautiful While Lisle
Gloves for Ladies and Misses, at
Holbrook's fancy Store.
1& Some handsome co'ors of B- u
baix Cloth, for Ladies' dresses, very
cheap at Stone's
" Best Brand" Prints, only 12 1-2
c's. Best Delaines, good styles, only
20 cts. Brown and Bleached Musl:ns,
Tickings, Dri lings and Jeans, at
Eighty low pricep," at Sills.
"Shaviho Brushes, Tooth-Picks, Zix
Bugs, Pafik Cvttses, Bin and Bixi P
cos. Pocket Books, and many otber Goods,
received at Adaib's Book Store within a few
days, in large lots and excellent varieties.
Plain and Fancy Cassimere?,
good and cheap at Sills.
New stock ef Pocket Knivt received at
Aai's Book Store on yesterday.
Fogy ism" from their corner. 2w. I
Kemember the number, 3 k 4,
Womens' Shoes that we are sel'ine for
ond dollar and less. Also the Chil
dren's Kid for 75 cts. People are buj
ing them at Stone's.
New and fresh line af ITavLa.ie, of the
best quality made, frosa the cheap styles op
t some of the largest, and bent in tone and
finish, new at Avaib's Book St pre. and sell.
iBg very cheap.
t&- We keep tb best stock of Col
lars, and the only fashionable style of
Neck-ties in the market.
F. Sill A Cos.
Kew stock of Poktt K ai'ves received at
Adair's Book Store wilhia a few days.
They keep a good assortment on hand at all
times, and are well prepared te accommo
date the public with Goods in this line.
Another supply of these ju'tly- cele
brated Time-pieces received this day,
and will be sold on the most favrrable
terms. II. B. Vikcixt & Bro.
H, White and colored Floop Skirts
Some extra long ones for tall people,
WALL PAPER ! I
Moro than One Hundred and
Fifty difforent patterns of WALL
PAPER at Adair's Book Store, of
the most varied and elegant designs,
and richest styles ever brought to
M'Connelsville. Their numerous
customers this Spring pronounce
their stock the handsomest and va
riety greatest of any ever m town.
An examination will satisfy any one
of the truth ot what we say, as well
as the lact that they sell their stock
cheaper than elsewhere.
Powder, Shot, Lead, and Gun
caps, at Sill's.
A Trip to the Tropic, going fo
pee the exquisite floweis at G. E. lial
liday & Co's.
tgSu If you want the best qna'ity of
Lake Herring, go to V. 11. uoruey
Jc Co s.
Egi- Granulated, Island and Xew
Orleans Sugars; B'ack and Green Tea,
Tohacco, best mo i onee, luce, cpic s,
Brooms, Star, and Banner Soap, and a
nice assortment of Toilet Soaps, at
tf. Violins, Accordeons, Fifes,
Flutes Guitars. Vi loncellos,. Harmon
icas of the best quality and at the low
est prices. Fresh Strings always on
hand. II. B. Yikcekt & Bro.
S5Full lines of all kinds of Goods be
longing to the Book and Stationery trade,
now at Adaib's Book Store.
New Light Colored Prints at
8 Having purchased from "Halli
day & Co.," their entire stock of Be.
mis" Collars, we are the only ones in
town keeping that brand. Bear this in
F. Sili. & Co:
Panf'-rs and Panipr hoops, the
newest thing in style at llalliday & Co's.
9It is important that everybody inten
ding to Paper their rooms this season should
first examine the large and splendid stock
at Anna's Book Store before purchasing
their supply. Their stock is not equalled
in this county.
8. luyan Elgin Watch.
IP5 A good assortment of Leather
Satrhels aud light colored Baskets at
X Hats, Hats, Flats f Picnic,
Temptation, pas'oral and every con
ceivable styleatG. E. Ilal'aday & Co's.
3rA full stock of new and fresh Goods
now at Adah's Book Store.
H&u. Belding Bros. Silk thread for
Machines, all colors at Sills.
Stone has been receiving anoth
er lot of New Gods.
ZQm Genu'ne Boston Mackeral, just
received by D. H. Mortely& Co.
3UFor handsome patterns of WALL PA
PER go to Adair's Book Store. They have
a large and elegant stock, and at low price.
McCONNELSVILLE, May 6, 1870.
FLOUR Best famiiy $5 50;
WHEAT 51,00 perbofhel.
CORN MKAL0,80 per bushel.
CORN" 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spriug, 50.90. Fall. 51,05.
OATS 35 tents per besbel, wholesale.
Hey $15.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 53,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED--51 75 to 2 00.
BKANS52 00 per bashel.
DRIED APPLES 6cs. per pound.
DRIED PEACH ES53 00 per bush.
POTATOES 50 40 per duso., at
BUTTER 20 eta. per pound,
EGGS :5 tts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
W H ITE SUGAR - - 14 to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE 20 o 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- $1 00 to 1 60 pr lb.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
SFRUP 51 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
sale. CANDLES20cts per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
CODFISH lOota per lb.
SALT 51 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts Der lb.
SIDES Pickeled, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
McCONNELSVILLE, May 6, 1870. Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday Evening, May 2, 1870.
EeefCittlb The receipts hire rot
been large, but the supply was rather
in excess of the demand, and there was
a dragging market all the week and
prices were in favor of buyers though
no material decline was established. A
few remain d in the nens this evening
unsold. We quote common, $4 75a5
fair 5 255 75 onrui RR OI .
-w - , unuie
bntchen stuff 5o 50a7 00; and ship
ping cattle, 7a7 50 per cental gross.
Shekp The market was Hull r.ritr
in the week, but under an improved de-
mana, closed nrmer. v e quote them
S3 50 to $6 50 ner cental ptokr fnr
" g O
mon to extra. SdHd? lambs are sfllln
a 52 to 53 50 per head.
Hoes The market is not Kn firm a
at the date of our last, n win v tn in.
creaed arrivals, but prices were main
tained, and all sold. The market
closed steadv at 58 to t9 25 r. rnl
pross, for lichtto h &AVY A.T (Tab . KTr
hogs are quoted $3 to 59 according to
Ifolice is hereby given that there will bo
a petition presented to the Commissioners
of Morgan County, Ohio, at tbeir next reg
ular session, ask:.ng for on alteration aud
review of a part of tbe cunty road leading
from tbe Oil-spring run bridge to Uelmick's
mill ) commencing in tbe centre of the
Oil-spring rnn road, at the mouth of a
small run, near J. B. Dunaway's Black
smith shop in Malta township, thenoe up
said run, tbe nearest and best route fur a
road; intersecting the eld road near the
township line between Malta and Deerfield
townships. Also to vacate as rusch of tbe
old road as is supplied by tbe new.
April 25, mo.
Notice Is hereby given that there will be
apetition presented to the Commissioners
of Morgan County, Ohio at their next reg
ular session, askine for an alteration aad
review of a pnr of tbe County road leading
from Joseph Phills' to Slater's Mill. Tb
alteration will be in section number 1 of
Center Township, commencing for the
same in center or said oia road, near
James McKelvey's house, thence on south
side of tbe hfll, where the most suitable
ground) for a road enn be fonnd, to the said
creek, then acro&s the creek to the rosil
leading t Beverly. Said alteration of
road will pas through the land of James
McKelvy, Sidney G. Jerdon and Davis. CM
ipbant; also to vacate as muck l the 14
road as is supplied by tbe new.
SIDNEY G. JORDOJf ,
April 22,1869 3w.
Sheriff's Sale On mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Taggart, vs
James Carter, et al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, in tbe above enti
tled action, I win oner for sale at tbe door
cf the Court House in McConnelsville, in
said county, on Tuesday tbe 7th day of
June, A. V. is.i, at U o'clock M. oi said
day, the following described real estate sit
nate in Windsor Township in the county of
Morgan and btate oi Unio to wit: Uue bun
dred and Sixty acres, Lot Number 1109. in
Section number thirty, (30) in Township
eight, (8) of range eleven. (11.) Appraised
at $5,120. Terms casn.
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff.
J. E. HAXXA, Atty. May 8, 1070- 5w
The undersigned has been appointed and
Qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Robert welsh, late of Morgan county, Ohio,
May S. 1870 Zw.
John McDermet Plaintiff,
Lydia Gibbous. .
tice of the
Peace for the
Tp of Windsor
Morgan Cf. O.
On the 26th day of Apiil, A. T. 1870,
said Justice issued an order of attachment
in the above action for the turn of one hun
dred and eleven dollars and fifty centi,
debt, and nlty dollars probable cost.
April 29, 1870-3 w.
Buth Leland, whose residence is in
known, is notified that John A. C. Leland
did, on the 13th day of April, 1S70, file his
petition in tbe Office of tbe Clerk of the
Court of Cornimu Pleas within and for the
County of Morgan and State of Ohio, charg
ing the said Ruth Leland of being willfully
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last pest without jus, cause therefor,
and asking that he may be divorced from
said Ruth Leland, which petition will be
for hearing at tbe next June Term o4 said
Court. Dated this 13th ol April, 1S7.
JOHN A. C. LELAND,
By E. M. Stakbist, bis attorney.
April 15 6 w.
Hannah Smith an "William "VT. Smith,
her husband, whose place of residence is
unknown, will take notice that apetition
was filed against tbem on the 4th of April,
A. D- 1S70. in the Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of 3orgau and
State ot Ohio, by John Gibbins, and is now
pending, wherein said John Gibbins de
mands partition and assignment of dower
to Mariah 21. Chace, of and in tb follow
ing real estate, towit : Situate in said
county of Morgan and State of Ohio, and
known, designated and described as follows,
beginning at the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of section number seven
(7), of town number eight (8), of range
number twelve (12), oi the Ohio Company's
purchase : A chestnut 12 inches, bears
north 13 degs west 21 and W.OM in., bears
north 80 degs west 29 ; thence north 88 degs
wtst 51.40 rods to a stake, a popltr 10, north
48 degs east & and a poplar 10, south 39
east 24 ; thence north degs east 57
rods to a stake in tbe road ; thence on an
easterly course along the road about 35.75
rods to the west line of the Bethel meeting
house lot ; thence south about three rods to
the southwest corner of said meeting bouse
lot ; thence east 16 rods to the east
line of said quarter ; thenee south ldegs
west 57 ro-ls to the place of beginning, con
taining eighteen and one-half (18)4) acres,
more or less, and that at the next term of
said Court the said John Gibbins will ap
ply for an order tbat partition may be made
of and said dower be assigned in said pre
mises. JOHN GIBBINS.
By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
J. C. STOXE, Agekt,
DIL JNO. ALEXANDER,
all articles pertaining to the
r He has on hand eonstantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
II E ATTY & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan ceunty. marIl,ls;o-ly.
l'L'UEISIllXG &. rRlXTlAG.
ay- Published every Friday morning in
-tf McConncLville, Ohio.on the Co ope
jtr ru.ive n&u oi punusuiug a couu.j
pS" Newspaper, contain
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL, Besides a Greater Variety of
Foreign and Home
2r Than any paper over published in
In Every Tovrnslilp In this
To aiBitt in enlarging the circulation of
tnis paper, and to whom
E1CER.4E CASH WAGES !
rill be paid.
While we are prepared to do all kinds of
plain Job i'rinting neatly an expeditious
ly, we can
Special .Attention !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
II AND BILIS,
AND SCC1I JOB
Work in general, as we are supplied with
the best and largest assortment it
For such pnrposes, tbat ever was in Mc
Connelsville. OFFICE IN
KELLY'S BUILDING !
SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF PUB
Ir -), 1S70.
DRY GOODS, &.C.
A 102 AN,
MADE TO ORDER,
BTSIX ESS CARDS.
W. XL KELLY, EI. D.
May be found at his office on
THE SOUTH-WEST CORNER
At all times, when net absent oa Profesa
1370. SM!XG Trade. 1870.
Adims & Kn-hler
have a well selected slock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queens ware, Boots and Shoes, Ac.,
G HE 4TIY REDUCED PRICES
STOBE : SorMext Corner of Crater aad
dealer in mechanic' Tools, Farm Imple
ments, ouiming Materials, Bfcel. Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TI2Z AXD SHEET I R ON WA iU?
rvn-..: v r a tt
M Co HsiLBTiLii, Ohio.
W, C. TIIESIZE
ska the nnhlin tn pall anr) ...k,;.. t
specimen Photographs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Jbe., Ac, which cannot be
J - V T. 1 ...
DitrpuBBcu auwuere. xi cas perieeted ar
rangement vhrnhT anv nna jan tw. ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Faintines
1 1 m w . . -.. . "
" pictures oi inaia iu wort. .Rooms
over Boone'a.Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, Jl'Connelsville,
Jan 1 ly.
. L. HALL,
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEAI 11
May 7, 1869-tf.
JgULLIVAN & BROWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
' FIXE JOB PRIXTTftl
Onr specialty." Music, Magazines, Ac',
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. 2f Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, best paper at tbe
Zanesrille, Oct. 15, 1869.
O. H. WOODWORTH.
ISTo. 201 liberty St.,
FOR TUB SALE 01
psT'Ani all kinds of Country Troduce.t
Consignments Solicited. Beturnsmade
A Liberal Advance made on Consignments
Means k Coffin, Grocers, Pittsburg ; "Wm.
Miller, Grocer, Pittsbnrg; Arbuthnot, Shan
non A Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, Pittsburg;
Gill Bros., Bwots aad Shoes, Pittsburg ;
fittsbnrg National Bank or Commerce,
Pittsburg j Trainer k Anderson, Philadel
phia ; J. Howe k Co., Kew York ; Lewia
Jones k Son, Baltimore ; Straight, Iteming
Co., Cincinnati ; Wick owder r to.,
Cleveland. O.: Holmes. Eutler k Co- De
troit ; First Rational Bank. Jefferson, O.;
Oatman Co., Cherry valley, u.jwnamo
erlaia Bros., Palestine, O.: Hawley A Kinga
hnrr. 8alm. O.: Kite E. Harria k &; Ww
sler, O.; W. H. Jfailory. Sunfish, O; F
Kampher,Sunhn.o; 6Mn iazurc, v.a
di. O; Welis A Dunn, KaiutU, O.