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DOLLAK A YEAR IX
FRIDAY, . . . 31ayl3,IS7Q.
Having been solicited by quite
numbt-r 10 open a Norrual School in
McConnelsville, I am induced to make
the following announcement: I will
instruct a class in Orthography, Gram
iner including Etymoogv, Analysis
and Syntax fo- a Term of five weefca,
beginning ei her the first or second
week in June, at fare dollars per
scholar, payable during t e tirst wees
of the session, provided that by the
25th of May, I shall receive twenty -five
nanus. For ru-ther information
address. J. M. RUSK, Malta, O.
May 13, 1870 -tf.
Notice is hereby given that I, the under
signed Enoch Parker, will pay no debts
contracted by my wife, Mary Parker, of
whatever character thev may be; and,
also, all persona are hereby notified not to
harbor or shelter her on mv account-
ENOCH PARKER. M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1870-3w.
The Board of Directors of the Morgan
Coun'y Agricultural Society will mee at
the Mayor' Office in Mclonneiavnie, on
Monday, May 16, 1870.
at tO oYlock.'A. M-, for the tranaaction of
important business rartaining to the next
the 4th 5th and 6Lh of October, 1S70. A
full and prompt attendance of every mem-
ber 01 Ue ooara is cesirea.
By order of the boTd.
JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y.
May 5. 1870-2w.
FREE LECTURE IN TOWN.
T)n Thursday and Friday even
ings, 26th and 27th iustants, Dr. L
P. Harris, of Crestline, this State,
will deliver Free Lectures on the
eubjocts of Comparative Progress
of Morality and Intemperance in
our land, and on Political Prohibi
tion, in some one of the Hulls ol
Riucrn or the Siben. The Pro
peller Siren returned from her trip
down the Ohio on last Saturday.
"We learn lrom Capt. J. F. Sonnan
etine that the trip was a most suc
cessful one for all concerned. He
made sale of one hundred and fifty
cookinff stoves ot the Manufacture
nf Cochran, Bozman & Co., and we
believe all the other manufacture.
with which tho boat was laden,
were profitably disposed of. Son
nanstibe tolls us thai be now in
tends to devote Lis t-ntire time and
enerjries to the ;tle of Mowing Ma
chines. Reapers. Hay Forks, Hay
Kakes, &c. He says the Champion
Machine has been sold in this Ccun.
ty for five years, and that there ure
eighty-three witnesses hero who
aro ready to testify that tho Cham
pion is the best machine ever
brought into this County. If you
want to examine one, and be in
formed as to its merits, ;all on him
at the Hardware Store of Cochran,
Bozman k Co.
W&" Fred Brown's barber shop
has put on quite an improved ap
pearance. Mack" is employed at Dave
Wilhamion'H Shaving Saloon.
Tbe "Shoo Fly" cigar man
nfacturcd only by P.Sweeney &, Co.,
is bound to be the rage araong6t
smokers in this vicinage. Sweeney
and Cain understand the wants of
the people, and they do not hesit
ate to please them.
Gentlemen, if yon want
something fashionable in the Neck
tie line call at misses Holbrook'a
Fancy Goods Store.
For good and cheap Grocer
ies of all descpiptions, and for the
best and most varied assortment of
all kinds of Fib, we direct the at
tention of purchasers to the first
class grocery btore of D. & C. W.
Mummey. There gentlemen, while
they do not allow any firm in the
county to undersell them in any
thing they kee,p yet, they feel confi
dent that they are able to give bet
ter satisfaction to customers than
aDy ol their competitors can. Call
on them and be satisfied.
A little four year old in Bicnmond.
very fond of a certain dish, was asked
by his mother if he wouldn't like to be
an angel with wings, and fly about
like his little dead brother, replied,
after a pause. "No ma; I'd a heap rath
er be a hawk, and live on chickens."
Lew. Hall is rusbin? off the
wall paper and window b'iud in Malta,
and to McConnelsville as we'l 'as Malta
people, at lightning speed. He nv-ans
to command the business of the two
towns in articles of that character, aad
it wi'l be 6tr:-nge if he does not do so.
Go in and win, say we !
JST John Hall's Dry Goods Store,
in Malta, is we!l filled with recent im
portations of nw goods, of all kinds
and descriptions. His McConnelsri'.le
frendu cannot do better than to give
him a call. Special attention of the
ladies is cal'ed to his new stock of
Eva "Mamma, what is
ling?" Mamma "A little
goose, dear." Eva "And a duckling?"
Mamma "A littlo duck, dear."
Eva "Then is inkling a little ink?
Because if it is I've got an inkling
ou my apron."
JC? McFarlaud has been acquit
ted of the murder of Richardson.
t& Janes -A. Adair, of Morgan,
Jesse Timma, of Malta, J. Q. White, of
Windsor, and A W. b tew art, of Penn
townships, have been appointed enu
tneraters of the 9th Census, for Mor
t&- W. V. PrLE, of the Ilerald,
id on a pleasure trip to Pittsburg;
and, we believe, Charles E. Kah
lzb. plays the editor in his stead
tSf Hon. . H. Moore has our
thanks for a copy of the Report of
Select Committee on the Causes ol
the BeductiOQ ot American Ton
nageand the Decline of Navigation,
which was made to the lower house
of Congress on the 17th of Februa
J3T Some fellow stuffed the fol
lowing item into our pocket an
evening our two since. He had,
evidently, read our Contributor's
nrt'ele, of l6l week, on "Town
Cows vs. Country Cows." Bead:
Died. in the alley at tbe rear
of the Adams' House, on Monday
night or Tuesday morning, the
veritable Town CowV whom
some Bohemian so terribly anatho
matized through the columns of
the newspapers not long since.
Though invulnerable to bull-dogs
and brick-bats, that newspaper
diatribe was more than she could
bear. It burst her bovine hean;
and, her freed spirit leaving her at
tenuated old calico body, (she was
a spotted cow,) in tbe aforesaid al
ley, took its flight to tba green
pastures and bright waters prepar
ed for all patient and longuffering
kine, far out of the range of brick
bats, or any other projectiles, and
wbere bull-dogs cannot como.
Sic transit bos !
"She aleepa her last sleep, she has bawled
her last bellow I
She will never lick ever the niilk pail
,"Josh". inquired a new im
portation from ihe old country,
"does the sun never rise in thei
west?" "Never" said Josh. "You
don't say 60, Josh? Well you won't
catch me going out we6t if it's all
night there. I have a cousin out
there who is always boasting how
pleasant it is there; but I suspect
it's all moonshine."
Two Irishmen, on a sultry night,
took refuge underneath the bed
clothes from a 6kirmi-hing party of
mucquitoes. At last, one of them,
gaspinr from heat, ventured to pep
beyond the bulwarks, and espied a fire
fly which had strayed into the room.
Arousing his comp- n'on with a punch,
"Jamie, Jamie, it's no use, ye might
as w el come out. Here's one of the
crayters sf-rchin' for us wid a lantern."
Thr New York Ti ibane says it is high
lime "that greenbacks should eeae to be
a National iie'sioce on the backs of all of
them we read that they are legal tenders
for -!! debts, public and private, except
duties on imports and the interest on the
Thr Washington correspondent of the
New York Son (Republican) expresses the
fear that ,4as a party the Rppnblicans are
drifting to diionion and de'eat." He tells
us that "there is no cordiality between the
Congress and the President," and that
Grant has been surrounded from the first
by ek, intxperitnefd and icccmretcnl
A remarkable mirriaae took place at
Galeihnrjr, Illinois last w& k. The parties
were Samuel R. Croslev, of New York,
aped eighty-three, and Mrs. Amanda Hard
of Ualef-burjr, aped eighty one. They were
engaged at the age of eig'tteen and sixteen
resiective!y, bat broke their, troth, and
since then hsve each followed two compan
ions to the grave.
BUSINESS NOTICES, itC.
It is stated by persons intimate with th
Johnson family that Misn Mattie Johnron.
the school girl that had tbe affair with the
Rtv. Horace Cook last winter, has never
recovered the shock of that sfftir, and is
now in a precarious stste of health, having
hd two hemorrhages from the Inng, with
other conpumi me symptoms. It will bt
renumbered that rbe was robust and rosy.
She is now raid to be wan and pale, and to
weieh less tranone luudred pound
Physicians advise the family to take ber to
Corfu, which they will probably do.
IS" EveryboJy go to Stone's and
-ee those Children's shoes for 75
cents; and the number 3 and 4 wo
mens' at 75 cents and $1 00. They
are going off like hot cakes.
xgTA large supply of WINDOW
FIXTDBES daily expected at the
Book Storo of Adair Bros.
riain and Fancy Cassmere,
good and cheap at Sills.
A writer in the Graphic that A
woman will always love tbe nearest roan of
suitable age, altera fashion, if be has
never seen any more attractive speci mens
of masculine humanity."
l.Look out for New Goods
the Book Storo next week.
Be t Brand Prints, only 12 1-2
c a. Best Delaines, good 6'y'es, only
20 cts. Brown and Bleached Musl ns,
I ickings, Dri li gs and Jeans, at
"migLty lew pricee," at Si'ls.
THE Maosacliu etta bouse has rejected,
by 133 to 68. the proposed amendment to
the constitution enabling women to vote.
t&- We offer superior inducements
to persons wanting anything in the
Dry-goods line, as tur Stock is full and
pr ces low.
F. Sill t Co.
SgL, Don't fail to purchase your
WALL PAPER at Adair's Book
Store. They have tbe largest and
finest stock from which to make se
lections, and give yon tbe best and
A New Jersey ex-lover has brought suit
to recover his love Ietters.lt opens np
carious question in law as to whether the
ownerehip of a letter reeides with the
writer or its recipient.
t- By the ' Julia," this trip, we
will have a nice lot of traveling, and
hani Trunks. F. Sill & Co.
A colored orator at the Jtflerson conn'
ty jubilam, a few dsys ago, declared that
the white Radicals are only camp followers
ot the negroes, and bangers-on to their
powerful coat tails llat darkey under-
stands the situation folly.
BUSINESS NOTICES, AC.
Thirk are over
newsnaners in the
But there are persons living who
have seen Benjamin Franklin, the
foander of the fourth newspaper
established in this country.
X- We have a large lot of Imi
tation Rubber Pins, Drops and
Sleeve Buttons, which will be sold
at greatly reduced pi ices. Gold
and Silver Ear "Wires furnished
those using such goods.
H. B. Vincent & Bao.
i a .
Tueked White Skirts, La
dies fine White Hose, White Pique
with Satin Stripe, Fringes and
fiimna for trimming the same, at
G. E. Halliday & Co's.
tgLThe greatest variety of Bed
ding and Fine Combs, Hair Brushes,
Clothes Brushes, Eat Brushes, loom
Brushes, and Nail Brushes in town
now at Adair's Book Store, and aN
ways kept on hand in good stock
and sold at fair prices.
The report from Greenland that
tho whalers have foutd a steamer
there fast in tho ice will revive for
a time hopes that the City of Bos
ton may yet live. As she was par
tially laden with provisions, there
could ba no starvation, and it is sta
ted by seafaring men that, in ca6e
her crew lost control of her any
where near Newfoundland, she
wonld naturally drift with the gulf
stream to the latitude wnere ine
steamer is reported to havo been
found in the ice.
S. Granulated, Island and New
Orieans Sugars; Black and Green Tea,
Tobacco, best Rio Coffee, Rice, Spier s,
Brooms, Star, and Banner Soap, and a
nice assortment of Toilet Soaps, at
t6rA splendid stock of BUFF
HOLLAND for Window Shades,
now at Adair's Book Store.
ifflu Genu:ne Boston Mackeral, ju t
received t y D. H. Mortely& Co.
In Newburgh, New York, recent.
ly, a minister broke off abruptly in
the midst of his sermon and sat
down. Those of his hearers who
were awake took tbe hint and pro
ceeded to arouse tbe numerous
sleepers. The preacher afterward
stated that lb result equaled hia
anticipations, and bis audience re
mained awake during the rest of
I. Sill & Co. are driving "Old
Fogy "6m" fr m tht ir corner. w.
t-Tho finest line of WINDOW
SHADES all colors, styles, and
quality now at Adair's Book Store.
They have the largest stock and
best Goods over brought to this lo
Gloves, hosiery, prints, mus
lins, paraHols, &c, expected next m
our New Goods. J. It. Stonk.
1ST Two cases of the latest styles
of Ladies and Misses Hats received
by Express, also, fine Black and
White Lace Hats, just from the
hands of the "'Manufacturer" at
Halliday & Co's.
i&" Plain GolJ and Silver Rings
made to order at Vincent's.
We get some queer statistics and
inferences from a report made in
regard to the convicts in the peni
tentiary at Phlidelphia. It appears
that of the prisoners admitted
during the past year, 25.89, or
nearly twenty-six per cent., were
total abstainers from intoxicating
drinks. As this is probably a larger
proportion than the percentage of
total abstinence men to tue enure
community, it affords grounds for
curious speculation. For for the
same period the moderate drinkers
supplied forty-five per cent., and
the sometimes intoxicated over
22 per cent, and the often intoxi
cated about six and a half percent.
of the penitentiary inmatee, all of
which affords food for reflection.
JST I have an ?S5 Singer's New
Improved Machine that has been
used but little and is about as good
as new that I will sell at a bargain.
J. C. Stoni.
f6f Having purchased frn "Halli
day & Co.," their entire stock of ' Be
mis" Collars, we are the only ones in
town keeping that brand. Bear this in
F. Sill & Co:
ISy Elgin Watches for sale at
Notwithstanding the immense
sales of WALL PAPER at Adair's
Book Store this Spring, the stock is
unbroken, and variety greatest in
town. It is unnecessary to speak
of this stock at much length, as it
shows for itself, and we advise eve
rybody wanting Wall Paper to give
this firm a call. You cannot fail to
be suited. Their stock is the larg
est and cheapest in town.
At a dinner party, tbe other night,
Senator Nye pat Lis new silk tile carelessly
upon tbe sofa. A few minutes after tbe
veteran philosopher Greeley sat down njJft
and crushed the hat fearfully. '-D n
it," roared Nye, I eoolj have told too it
wouldn't fit before yoa tried it on." Don
Beldinz Bros. Silk thread for
Jtlacnines, all colors at Sills.
I- Next week we shall have
some Buff Linen for ladies suits.
It is all the rage in New York fur
Summer dresses. J. B. Stoki.
Soxibodt, or rather a committee of
somebodies, undertook to interview the
great Ul tss t.b the other day, on the tariff
and free trade. When asked whether he
was in favor of protection or revenne
reform, be said he was; he also favored a
judicious tariff, and thoagbt incidental
protection a sonnd idea, bat not a whit
better than incidental free trade. On tbe
Iwhnl lYio ; nt ttia 'ProaMpnt tra
iDUrey MtiFfactory, en as luminous and
logical as his dfesyed shipping mejssge.
BUSINESS NOTICES, &C.
The Fenian scare is subsiding
somewhat in Canada. A frontier
guard is sept np and gunboats pa
trol the bt. Lawrence.
g Fowder, Shot, Lead, and Gun
caps, at Si'l's.
Reliable Cuban correspondents
btate that littlo is doing there be
yond, a guerilla war, in which tho
insurgents evidently are able to
hold their own.
tL Tf vou want the best oaality of
Lake Herring, go to D. 1J. Mortley
The 14th and 17th regiments TJ,
S. Infantrv have been ordered to
proceed with all despatch to Sioux
City, Iowa, and report to the Gen.
commanding the Dep&tment of Da
kotah for assignment of duty.
wa We keen the best stock of Col
lars, and the only fashionable style of
Neck-ties in the market.
F. Sill & Co's.
BUFF HOLLAND 1 1
A large stock of Buff Holland for
Window Shades juit received at A
dair's Book Store on yesterday, and
will be sold at very low figures.
In Madison, Wisconsin, on last
Saturday night, an infant child, five
months old. was attacked by rats
while it lay id its crib, and before
the parents were aroused by the
little one's cries, two of its toes were
Mrried, May 4th, 1870, by Rev. J.
M. Woodod, at the Parsonace in Mc
Grille. Mr. Charles K. Rambo
and UUMaiy Uarward, all of Mor
can Co., O.
Married, V ay 5th, 1870, by William
Beswick, Esq., at the residence of Mr.
James Hawk, in Windsor Township,
Mr- Edward Hindman and Miss Nancy
J. Barber, all of Morgan Co., O.
McCONNELSVILLE, May 13, 1870.
FLOUR Bept family ?5.50;
WHEAT 81,00 perbo(.hel.
CORN MEAL 90,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Sprine. 80.90. Fall. 81.05
OATS 35 tents per bushel, wholesale.
Hay 815.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 83,00 wholesale
FLAX SEED -Si 15 to 2 00.
BKANd -82 00 per bnsbel.
DRIED APPLES 6cta. per ponnd.
DRIED PEACHES 83 00 per bush
POTATOES 80 40 per oush., at
BUTTER 20 cts. per ponnd,
KGGS 15 tts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR 14 to 17 cs.. lb
COFFEE 20 to 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- Jfl 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
SFRUP 81 00 per eallon.
LARD 15 to 18cU per pound, whole
CANDLES 20cts per lb.
SOAP by bar 10c.
COPFISn lOots per lb.
SALT 8175 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Picltekd, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday Evening, May 9, 1870.
Biep Cattle The supply has
- v - - -
only been moderate, hatdly equa
to tho requirements of thb butch
ers, and tbe market has ruled firm
throughout the week, though no
advance has been obtained, and
all offerod to-day were quickly
sold, and at very full prices. The
pens being closed at an early hour,
very few were taken by shippers
Ihe quality of the cattle on sale
was fully up to the average. We
quote common 84 755; fair, 85 25
5 75; good, $66 50; prime bulc
hers' stuff, 86 757 25; and ship-
pine cattlo. S7&7 50 per centa
Shiep A very firm market, ow
ing to light receipts, and full prices
were obtainod, none remaining in
the pens this evening insold. We
quote common to extra dipped
sheep $3 to $5 per cental gross, and
wooled sheep U 75 lo $6 50.
Lambs sell at $2 to $4. per head for
common to good.
Hoas The arrival were more
liberal, but the demands were euffi
cient to take about all offered, and
prices were maintained. None re
mained in the pens unsold. We
quote corn-fed 8 25 to 19 25 per
contal gross, for light to heavy av
erages, and slop hogs, 57 75 to
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
John Stitt vs. W. II. McCarty et al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the Couit of Common Pleas
o( Morgan County, Ohio, in the above en
titled action. I will offer for sale, at public
auction, at the door of the Couit House in
McConnelsville, in said County, on Wed
nesday, the 15th of June, 1870. at 12
o'clock, M., of raid day, the following real
estate, situate in Morgan County, Ohio,
to-wit: Lot number twenty-nine (29) in
the secood addition to the tows of Mc
Connelsvilte, Morg-aD County, Ohio. A p.
praised at twelve hundred and fifty dollars.
Terms caeh. A. D. H A VEN ER,
Sheriff of Morgan Co., O.
Ball k Tower, Atl'js.
May 13,1870 5w.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed aad qualified as
Administrator of tbe estate of Thomas
Havetner, deceased, and late of Morgan
The undersigned has been appointed and
ualified aa Administrator of the estate of
obert Welsh, late of Morgan count v, Ohio,
Mar 8, 1S70 Jw.
Annual Taxes !
OFFICE of INTERNAL
i REVENUE, 1
i District, V
ly 10, 1870. )
Athens, Ohio, May
No" ice is hereby given, that the Assess
or's ABBual List for this District, for 1870,
embracing Taxes on Income foa 1869, Car
riatri. Yachts, Billiard Tabl?s, Watches,
and Plate, (and Special Taxes.) is now in
mv hand?, and said Taxes are now payable.
I will attend ic person, at my Office in
Alliens, Athens Connty.
At the Office of William Glioes, in Ma
netta, Wasbtngton Jountj, by William
G lines. Deputy Collector :
At the Office of H. C. Smith. Tomeroy
Meigs County, by U. C Emith, Deputy
At the Office ofW. W. McCaity. in
McConnellsville, Lfersran Connty. by W.
W. McCarty, Deputy Collector;
At ihe Office of John is. oil, in noos-
field.Mcaroe coaoty, by John B. Noll,
UNTIL THE 25TH OF MAY, 1870,
To receive payment of ihe Taxes
foresaid. If Dot pa'd within tbai urns
the nenalties nrescribed bv law will be
enforced under distraint.
J. L. KESSINGEK,
Collector 15th District of Ohio.
May 13, 1870 2 w.
Koliea i hereby riven that there will bo
a petition presented to the Commissioners
of Morgan County, Ohio, at their next reg
ular aesaion. ask'-ng for an alteration and
review of a part of the c"unty road leading
from the Oil-rrin" run bridSe to Ulra ica'a
mill ; commencing in the centre oi tne
Oil-sprine ran road, at the mouth of a
small run, near J. B. Dupaway a isiaca
emith ahop in Malta township, thence up
said run, the nearest and best route for a
road; intersecting the old road near the
township line between Malt and Deerfield
townships. Also to vacate as niach of the
old road aa is supplied by the new.
April J5, 1870.
guerlfiPs Sale On Mortgage.
Adminiatrator of Arthur Taggart, vs.
James Carter, et al.
Bt Tirine of an order to sell, and to me
dire'eted from the Court of Common Pleaa
nf Uwtin eountv. Ohio, in tbe abovo enti
tled action, I will offer for sale at the door
rni rsnnrt Hon in McConnolaville, in
said county, on Monday the 13th day of
June, A. D. 1878, at 12 o'clock M. oi saiu
h fnllnwinff deacriuta real esimu sit
uate in 'Windsor Township in the county of
Morean and State or Ob io to wit: unenun
ArmA and RiTtr acres. Lot dumber 1109. in
Section number thirty, (36) in Township
eight, (8) of range eleven. (11.) Also, Lot
o.85 in Mill Lot No. 24, in towuship
eiftht (8). and range eleven (11), containing
red acres. Also, twentv-one and
fortvfi ve hundredtha acres, being part oi IjOI
Ho. His, townsnip eigaiiJ nuriit.
imi Alo. fifiv acres, more or less, in
Lot So 88. in townsnip eign io; soursio
eleven (11). All of whieb. land is in tne
Ohio Company's purchase. Appraised
at $9,000. Terms cash.
A. v. ua vr.ni.-tt,
Sheriff of Morgan connty, O.
J. E. HANNA, Atty. May IS, 1870-w
Ruth Leland. whose residence is 'in
known, ia notified that John A. C. Leland
did, on the 13th day of April, 1870, file hia
petition in the OfS.-e of the Clerk of the
Court f Comrarm Pleas within and for the
County of Morgan and Slate of Ohio, charg
ing tbe aaia itutn ieiana oi oeing wwuun j
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last past without just cause therefor,
and asking that be may be divorced from
said Ruth Leland, which petition will be
for hearine at the next June Term oi said
Court Dated this 13th of April, 1870.
JOHN A. C. LELAND,
By E. M. Stasbiet, hi attorney.
April 15 cw.
Hannah Smith and "William "W. Bmitn,
her husband, whose place of retidenee is
nnknown. will take notice that a petition
waa filed against them on the 4th of April,
A. D.. 1870 in the Court of Common Pleaa
within and for the county of Jorgan and
Ki.t nt Ohio, bv John Gibbins. and ia now
nnnriiae. wherein aaid John Gibbins de
mands partition and assignment of dower
to Mariah Af.t'hace, of and in the follow
ing real estate, towit : anuaie in saia
countv of Morgan and State of Ohio, and
Innm. 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 (1J), ot the Ohio Tompany'a
purchase : A chestnut 11 inches, "bears
north 13 dega weat 21 and W. O 20 in., bears
north 80 dega west 29 ; thence north 88 degs
w.nt si 40 rode toaatake.apopltr 19, north
48 K dega east 6 and a poplar 10, south 39
east 24 ; thence north M degs east 57
rods to a stake in tbe road ; thence en an
easterly course along the road about 35.75
nU t th west line of the Bethel meeting
house lot ; thence south about three rods to
the southwest corner of said meeting house
lot ; thence east 18 rods to the east
line of aaid quarter ; thence aouth lHdftg
west 57 ro.ls to the place of beginning, con
taining eighteen and one-half (18) acres,
more' or leaa, and that at the next term of
aaid Court the aaid John Gibbina will ap
ply for an order that partition may be made
of and aaid dower be assigned in said pre
mi"s. JOHN GIBBINS.
By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
SINGER' S !
J. C. STONE, Agent,
DE. JNO. ALEXANDER,
DRI G GIST,
all articles pertaining to the
S3T He has on hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
CATTY Si. PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Pr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county." marll,l?70-ly.
PUBLISHING & PRINTING.
CONSERVAT I V E.
r?r- rubliBhed every Friday morning in
p& McConncl.ville, Ohio, on tbe Co ope
EST rative Plan of publishing a county
pit- Newspaper, containa
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMEPw
Besides a Greater Yarlety of
Foreign and Homo
Thsn any paper ever published in
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
this paper, and to whom
LIBERAL CASH WAGES I
will be paid.
"While we are prepared to do all kinds o
I plain woo rriuwcg aeauj urn tijicmuum
! ly, we call
Special -A.ttention !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
II AND BILLS,
AND SUCH JOB
Work in general, as we are aupplied
the bebtand largest assortment of
For such pnrpose, that ever was
SOUm-WEST CORNER OF PUB
.pr 20. 170.
DRY GOODS, &C.
MADE TO ORDER.
April 29 -tf.
VT H. EEIiI2", XfZ. T-
May be found at hia office on
THE SOlTTLt-Vf EST COR3TER
At all times, when not absent on Profess
Sept. 34, lS9-tf.
1875. SPRING Trade. IS73.
Adams fc Knhler
hsve a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Ac,
GREATLYXED UCED PXICES
STCEE : Ccrner of Center aad
April 23 ly.
Hobert Hi. Morris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furniohlnir Goods,
TIN AND SHEET I R ON VTARZ
Opposite the Conrt House,
AET . GALLERY.
TY, C. TIIESIZE
aske the publio to call and examine hia
specimen Photagrapha, Ferrotypes, Am-
brotypea, uems, e., io., wmcn cannot Be
surpassed anywhere. Ha has perfected ar
rangements wnereoy 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's
liuiidmg, Center btreet, uxonnelsvuie,
Jan 1 ly.
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM t?i
May 7, 1869-tf.
6 3 5
sc a a
S3 - U
gULLIVAN & BROWN,
STEAM POYER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PRTXTIXG
Onr specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
bonnd in any style ond at the cheapest
rates. Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, best paper at tho
Zaneaville, Oct. IS, 1869.
O. H. WOODWORtH.
W. C. DAVID SO.
ISTo. 201 Liberty St.,
roa thb sale or
-And all kinds of Country Produce.-
Consignments Solicited. Returns made
A Liberal Advance made on Consignments
Means A Coffin, Grocers, Pittsburg ; Wm.
Miller, Grocer, Pittabnrg; Arbuthnot, Shan
non A Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, Pittsburg;
Gill Bros., Boots and 6 hoes, PitUbnrg ;
Pittsbnrg'. Uational Bank of Commerce,
Pittabnrg; Trainer A Anderson, Philadel
phia ; J. Howe A Co., New York ; Lewis
JoneeABon, Baltimore; Straight, Deming
A Co., Cincinnati ; Wick frowder A Co.,
Cleveland, O.; Holmes, Butler & Co., De
troit ; First National Bank. Jefferson, O.;
OatmanA Co.. Cherry Valley, O.jChamb
. pl(..tin O Hawlev k Kings-
k... D.l.ra M Vita K Tdrril (
ster, O.; W. H. Afallory. Suensh, O ; F
Kampher, Sunfish.Oi Stewart 4 asureCs-
dii, O; Wells Duan, Marietta,