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DOLLARS A - 1'EAIt
FRIDAY, - . May 20, ISTO.
Oa Tuesday evening of next
week, our citizens should all re
member that Dr. L- P. Harris will
deliver a Free Lecture at the M.
E. Chnrch, on the subject o! Com
parative Progress of Morality anJ
Intemperance in our land, also, on
Friday evening following, he will
lecture at the Town Hall on Politi
cal Prohibition. Every one both
from the Towns and Country, is invited.
The third Quarterly meeting of
Conferenc will be held in the
Protestant Methodist Church, of
McConnelsville, on next Sabbath
Service commences at 10$ o'clock,
A. il., fatd at P. if.
Rev G. J. Smith, Pastor.
A meeting of the stockl olders of
tho Brown, Manly Plow Company,
will be held at the Town House,
in Jl-Iia, Ohio, on Saturday the
21st inst., at 7 o.clock, P. M. for l.
purpose of electing Directors, am
the transaction of other Company
businves. A full attendance of
Stockholders is desired.
May 18, 1870.
Paving been solicited by quite
nuirttxT o open a S orn.al School in
McConnelsville, I am induced to rra'ie
the followine announcement: I will
instruct a class in Orthosraphj, Gram
mer including Etymo'ogv, Atalysis
and J-ynt&x for a lerm of five weeks.
beginning ei her the first or second
week in June, at five dollars per
scholar, payable during t' e first week
of the session, provided that by the
-Win of May, 1 shall receive twenty
fire names. For lu'thrr information
address. J. IT. RUSK, Malta, O.
Way 13, 1870-tf.
t& McCuunelsville had two fires
on last Saturday. Both, however
were extinguished before any e eri
eus damago was done,
t&" P.Sweeney & Co., sold a
little upward of 100,000 tigers, lust
month, of their own manufacture.
S& James J. Huffman, ol Bloom
tp., is the first Land Appraiser to
make a return. He assesnses
Bloom township 'and at about 33J
per cent, higher than it was under
the old appraisment.
t&" Ti e Premium Lst of the
Morgan County Agricultural Soci
ety is published in this is tun. As
will be seen, the Society is offering
premiums on a more
.cale than heretofore. Particular
attention is called to its efforts to
awaken a feeing ol mter.st here
in thoroughbred hordes. Farmers
might just as well raise good and
high-bred horBcs as poor ones, and
we are glad to seo the Society id
favoring the introduction of thor
oughbreds. t Every body ought to try
;Shoo Fly" .Jigara."
The NevtMrK Advocate has had
a call from Silas Bland, Esq . of
Perry township, Licking county.
Mr. 3. was born in a camp near the
Muskingum river, a mile or two
above ZaLCSvi'l, and is now in hi.
seventy -second year. He is there
fore among the oldest native born
Ohioaus now, living, and possibly is
himself the oldest, kt the time of
his birth not a tree was cut where
Zunesvillo and Newark now stand.
Alhough married more than forty
yejtre, h ban been blessed with but
a single child, nd the birth of that
one did not occur till twenty years
after marriage. The old gentleman
is the owner of a valuable farm of
five hundred and forty acres, and
conjointly with his ton has enough
to make their united possessions
amount' to r early eight hundred
acres, all in the immediate vicinity
ol Elizabeth town.
Fly" cigars are
the best in use.
The Fmdlay Courier says the
ialroad meeting at Fremont, in
tho interest of the Lake Erie and
Louisville railroad, was well at
tended by delegates from Findlay,
Jlawsoi), Eluflton, Beaver Iam, Li
ma, Minster, St. Mary's, and other
points along the line. Speeches
were made, figures and facts can
Tkssed, and every thing passed off
much more satisfactorily than was
expected. The following proposi
tion was made by the railroad com
pany: That if a subscription of
$200,000 is raised, they will put the
road through and have the cars
runcng to Lima by the first of Jan
uary, 1871. Said tubscriptiun to be
divided into four equal amounts,
and payable ns follows: The first
$25,000 when the road is completed
to Rawson; the second $25,000,
when the road is completed to
Bluffton; the third ?25,000 when
the road is completed to Beaver
Dam, and the fourth ?55,000 when
the cars enter Lima.
t '-Shoo Fly" cigara are.
the rage it town.
I A thrilling adrenture of one of
1 1 l at . n, .
me runj bcibicrt ut uurmern unto
is communicated as follows to the
Pomeroy Cresenl: In, or about the
year 1825, Mr' Jacob Utzler, a
German, resided on the banks of
the Raccoon, one hundred and one
miles from its mouth, now Wilkes
towoBbip, fonr miles directly west
of the flourishing village of Wilhes
ville. On a sultry day in July,
Mrs. Utrler was burily engaged in
some ca.ini.-j employment on the
gallery-porch, or sioop, as it was
then called, her infant child gum
boling about six feet distant to her,
when a huge bear made his ap
pearance, seized tho child b the
6kirt and broke for the woods.
The heroic mother, instantaneous
ly comprehendidg the situation of
her child, seized at axe and gave
old bruin a hot chase. When be
arrived at the yard fence, in at
tempting to leap it, raissfld his aim,
and turned a complete soii-mergault,
and in the contusion landed on the
outside ot the lence, while his prey
landed on the inside. It is need
less to say the mother seized the
child and made for tho house and
firmly fastened the door. The bear,
nt thing daunted, made his way
t ack over the fence and resumed
the attack. Mrs. Utzler scon a
rousod her husband, who was at
work in the harvest field with Mr.
ftdnry Grimes (futher of Mr. James
Grimes who now resides in Rut
land), by her shrieks. Old brum,
regarding prudence the better part
of valor, on the appearance of rein
forccnicnts, retreated up a neigh-
boring chestnut tree. Utzler, by
the aid of a trusty rifle and Mr.
Grimes, made short work of his
bearship, and instead of feasting,
he wr.s feastd upon
The most perfect of all Glasses.
No dizziness no-glimmering.
Will not tire the Eye.
Will cot scratch or become dim
from use. For sale at
Silk and Cotton Head Nets,
Mohair Ewitchcs, Braids. Cuffs,
Cuff-buttons, Toilft Snap, Iliir and
Clothes Brushee, Ilair Pins. Need
les, Blacking and numerous other
articles for sale cheap at Sill's.
The celebrated Norman
Horse, owned by Albert Hamilton,
will be at the Post House, McCon
nelsville, on Tuesdays of each week
during the balance of the season,
and at Malta on Mondays.
JEaT Go to Sill's and see the -'Hur
dle," New Style Collar. Go there
also, for anything in the Collar or
Necktie line; tbey have the lar
gest and most varied assortment.
BgUTbe firm of A dais Brotuebs, at the
Bouk Store, inform as that ib.y hare sold
great deal more WALL PAI'Jiit thus
far ibis BPus'ta than ever before, and the
rash witLio the past few days has been very
great.' It is not to he wondered at, wbtu
one learns the low fhicfs at which ihey ate
selling I heir Good', as well as that purcha
sers cad Ci.d abetter stick, cbrajier GooJs
a.id Urger aetortment at ibis esUblishnieoi
than anywhere in Ibe Count. Now is the
time to secure your supplies befero the stock
JK5y We again stale to the public
that we have in store a nice lice of
Prints, JDelaines, Muslins, Cussi
meres, Ticking, Alpacas, and most
articles kept in a Dry Goods store,
while our stock of Queensware,
Tinware aud Woodenware is full
F. Sill & Co.
lue "ouoo rly cigirs aro
manufactured only by P. Sweeney
Co., next door to the Post-office.
t&" Good morning Mrs. A ,
what a love ut a Bonnet, where m
the world did you get it? I got it
direct from the manufacturers,
where they get things in style.
New York I suppose. No, at
G. E. Haliiday & Co.
t5Tbe best kind, of VYainsa Matkri-
ai. constantly kept on hauJ at ADAIR'S
B.Eosewoodf Gilt and Rustic
frames constantly on hand and
made to order. H. B. Vincent
In addition to our already
large stock of Notions, we have or
dered, and will receive this week,
direct from Philadelphia, a large
supply, embracing almost every
thing m the Notion line. Sill's is
the place to buy Cheap Goods.
tG.Go to Adaik's Book Store for yonr
WALL PAPER and fine WINDOW
SHADES. .Their stock and low prices
tan't be beat in the f onnty.
H. Any kind of musical instru
ments can be obtained at the Music
Store of A. Kahler & Co.
ST The largest sales evsr made
SItConnelsviIIe, in the cigar
line, were made by P. Sweeney &
Co., the first fifteen days of this
month; footing up over 200,000.
ggL. The best Violins in
county at the Music Store.
t Just received by Julia a fine
of Hats, Parasols, Pans, Lace
Shawls and Paniers. Haliday k Co. J
' tO-The immense suit of WALL PA
PER at Adah' B:ok Store this Spring
is the natural result of tie Urge and excel
leot stock, ttilcudid selections, tod great va
riety of patterns that that firm has brought
to (Lis market U supply the wants of tie
public. The people appreciate the same,
and are carrying theie Good borne by the
t& We call the attention of the
public again to our display of
Bird Cages, which is very fine.
Call early if you wiih to secure one.
F. Sill & Co.
F. Sill & Co. ANDREW JOHNSON, BANKER
The Ex-President's Retirement
to the Scenes of His
Early Trials and Triumphs.
—How He Passes His Time
and what it is Said He Intends
[From the Knoxville (Tenn.) Chronicle.]
j . . u .
Kx Pres.dent Andrew Johnson
at last quietly escouccd in his Loir e
.... I L.a..i I lt ' it n i n n -t l
in urecnvnie, xenne.see. tie
have no desire to invade the pri-
yacy of the home cirelu to gratify
the curiosity of the vubhe. but
there has been so much connected
with the remarkable-career ot Mr.
Johnson who has been, ptiih.pp,
more prominently bolore the Amer
ican people for the past twenty
years than any other man that is
calculated to keep active the inte
rests of the ma6es, that we publish
very willingly a lew facts connec
ted with bis retirement, w hich we
gather from a conersation with a
friend and neighbor.
It is, perhaps, no 6ecret, to most
well-informed persons, thai Mr.
Johnson, during his long service in
public life, succeeded in saving a
fair sharo from his salaries. He is
now in very easy " cin-umstances;
. t .
we be called a woaithy man. His
una, in iaci, in ms section, micnt
business capacity seems to be above
the average of public men, for in
his investments and business rela
tions he manifest considerable
shrewdness and tact Sometime
before his retirement from the
White House he purchased a very
desirabla farm of 6ome 350 acres,
on which is built a very fine flour
ingn.ill, with splendid water-power.
Tho farm lies adjacent to lender
son nowcalled Home Station
some six miles east of Greenville,
on the east Tennesseo, Virginia and
Georgia Railroad and is oonsid
tred a good upland farm. Il has
been mnch imjroved by Mr. John
son, with the aid ct fertilizers and
a modern sj-ptum of farming. 'J he
care of this place is under the more
immediate supervision of ex-Sena
tor David T Patterson, Mr. John-
mod'o son-in-law, nho lives on the
Tne eX'Prcsidcnt and ladv live
in the old residence nt Greenville,
near tire former tailor-shop, where
manv years ago the good people of
Greene County went to have their
home3pun fitted and made toorder.
The then ph.ia village tailor had
not yet aspired to the poU'ion of
Alderman of his village the fiitt
round of tho ladder upon which he
tlimbed to the White House. His
old patrons and neighbors arc now
his frequent visitors, and recount
to him the little incidents and ex
periences of their eail lives- An
drew Johnson has always been a
demagogue. His early political
lifo was eminently successful, but
he was one of the greatest dem-
agouee ot the otain. ms proless
ed friendship for the people led him
to oppose, wilL great z.al, the wliole
.yftera of internal improvements.
the policy of wh'uh twenty years
ago was tho fruitful . ource of de
bate on the stump. Bu notwith
standing time proved the fallacy of
bis theories; he was always a strong
man. before the people. On all
questions that aroso previous to
the war that might be termed
purely political the prejudices of
the people wert rather easily over
come. But upon qunslions grow,
ing out of the war, and more im
mediately affecting the existence of
the Government, the records of our
public men have been closely watch
ed and thtir motives sti L-t!y con
strued. Tho demagogery of An
drew Johnson bifore the war was
readily forgiven and forgotten; but
his betrayal of the trusts confided
talrm by his party in tho hour of
our country's distress, will netcr
be forgiven or forgotten by tho loy
people of Tennessee. Mr. John
son, '.n retiring to his old home,
finds many familiar faces to vel
come his return, and so long as he
content with the privacy to which
tbey have assigned bim, their inter
course will be friendly enough, but
he has aspirations tor Concrees
has neon intimated by bis friends,
he will nnd that tho peoplo of bis
Congressional District have not
forgotren his course during the
past nve years, mado by reason or'
his position, port of the history of
tne country, we do not believe
Mr. Johnson will noil the strei eth
his party in such a contest. We
know he could not be elected
The ex-rresident has recently
purcnasca tne large brick known
. . . ....
Greenville as the Lowery Block
The purchase was made for cash, at
very low terms probably not more
than halt its real value. It is gen
erally believed in Greenville that
will soon establish a bank. He
has the means, and has been fro
quently urged to do eo for the con
venience of business of that aud ad
joining towns. As it is now, taey
have no bank nearer than Knox-
ville, and they find it now almost
impossible to do longer without one
The ex-PreBident nendn mnRt nf
ins time in stndv 11a writes a
great deal, and it is generally sup
uuseu mat ne eontemulates soon
publishing a book which shall be a
detense of ''my policy" and his ad
ministration. He has some visitors
from a distance, and during Court
sessions his house is daily filled from
early morning till night by his
nend8 from the countrv, who think
him the greatest man of tho age.
-the people of the whole country
will be interested in hear inc. some
thing of the very estimable and
pleasant ladies who did the honors
the White Ilousa with so much
credit dnnng M. Johnson' admin
isiralion. Mrs- Stover, who mado
many friends during her residence
in Washington, married a worthy
merchant of Grecnviiio a few
months ago. She Ts now plain Mrs.
Brown, wife of Mi a villago merchant,
but carries to her now qjiet homo
all the modesty and dignity that
graced the Executive Mansion.
Mrs. Patterson is with her husband
on the farm at Home Station.
Wonders at home by familiarity
cease to excite astonishment, but
thence it happens that mny know
but little about tho ''house we livo
m" the human body. We look
.. ra k am0a f wr w ika Aii4a!4 a n
r -,t.niA nr . rir .hint. no-
in" """". cnrmu
r , I il
pasagea, and the imfenons intern..'
nrrnnprernents of the house, or of
!the wonderful structure of the man
the harmony utid adaptation of all
'T; . . , . , .
In the human skeleton, abont
t.me of mturi.r.rM65 bone,
Th mil8oIpB ar ftbnut 50n n vnm,
ber. The leneth of the alimentary
canal is about thirty-two feet. The
amotint of blood in an adult avern
ce thirl' pounds, or full one-fifth
of the entire weicht.
The heart is six inches in length.
and four inches in diameter, and
bents seventy fimrs vr minute,
4.200 timoR vr honr. 100.800 times
rrr rlsv. 3fi 772 000 times per rear,
2 555 410 000 in three sorp r"' tf"r
and at each bat two and a hal
oonfvn ol clood are thrown rnf o
it, 175 ounces per minute. C56
ponnds per hour, sever and n hal
tons per day. All tho blood in tho
bodr passes thronirh the heart m
three minutes. This little organ
by its ceaseless industry
In the alloted rpnn
The palnmt give to man,
lifts the enormous weight of 370,
The lungswill contain about one
gallon of air. at tho usual degree of
inflation. We breathe on an aver
ape 1.200 times per hour, inhale 600
gallons of air, 24,400 gallons per
day. The aggregate surface of the
air cells of the lungs exceeds 200.000
square inches an area nearly eqna
to the door of a room twelve feet
Man is made marvelonslr. Who
is eager to investigate the curious,
to witness the wonderful works of
Omnipotent wisdom? Let him not
wander the wide world round to see
them, but examine himself, "The
proper study of mankind is man.'
McCONNELSVILLE, May 20, 1870.
FLOUR Best famiiy $5 50;
WHEAT 81,00 per bushel.
CORN MKAL 0,80 per bn?hel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLKY. Spriner, 80.90. Fall. 81. 05
OATS 35 tents per bcsbel, wholesale
Hay 815 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED -83,00 wholesale
FLAX SEED -81 75 to 2 00.
BEA NS $2 00 per trcshel.
DRIED APPLES 6ets. per ponnl
DRIED PEA CUES-.-S3 00 per bush
POTATOES 80 40 per oush., at
BUTTER- 20 cts. perpnunJ,
K(-3 15 ets. per rlz,
FEATHERS 75 cis. per lb.
SUGAR 12 to 15 ct?. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR 14 to 17 ets.. lb
COFFEE 20 to 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- tl 00 to 1 60 pr lb.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 bj barrel, 60
to 70 per frallon.
SFRUP 81 00 per rallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
CANDLES 20cht per lb.
SOAP-- by bar 10c.
CODFISH 10jU per lb.
SAL'' 8175 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cis per lb.
SIDES Picliehd, 15 ct per lb.
CARBON OlTi-40cts. per (rullon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per Rallon.
LARD OIL 2 00 per gallon.
QUEENSWA R E !
CHINA, GLASS, AND
The tabscribor has cpaned a ttora in the
tie ton Building, Sorth tide of Ceuter
Street, above the Bank, McConnelsrille, O.
and ha opened out a large stock of Qrasxs-
ware ol tne tin est qual:tr, to bich be in
vites the attention of the citizens of Mor -
fan County, and solicits tbeir patronage,
ntending to inaketbe business a specialty,
will sell bis goods at as low rates asthej
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The Queensware he offers took the
the Paris exposition, oyer all competi
tors, as the very best English Ware. Also
will keey a full stock of Glass, Yellow and
Stone Ware; French China, Lava Ware,
Vases, Mantel Ornaments, and China
Toys; and, from time to time, will be added
other articles generally connected with the
business Parties purchasing can always
certain ot replrcihg any article that
may be broken, as one cud. saucer, or in?
other piece belonging to a eet will be sold.
Don't fail to examine our goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sold
cash or country produce, at market
rates. fi. T, JENKINS.
may 20 6m.
SberlfTs Sale on Mortgage.
John Stitt .s. W. If. McCarty et al.
Br .irtue of an order to sell, and to trie
directed from the Cooit of Common Pleas
Morgan Coucty, Ohio, io the above ecw
titled action, I will uff.t for sale, at public
auc.ioD, at me door or tne uomt House in
Mcl,orioelsvil!e, in said CoodIt. oa Wed
nesday, the 15th ol June, 1870. at 12
o'clock, M., of said day, the following real
estate, situate io Morgan County, Ohio.
Lot number tsrentr-Dine .291 in
second addition to the . town ol Mc
LoDDelsville, Morgan County. Ohio. At
praised at twelve hundred and fiftv rtnlUr...
Terms cash. A. D. HAVENER.
Sheriff of Morgan Co., O.
Ball t Tower, Att'ys.
May 13,1 870-5 w.
Annual Taxes !
OFFICE of INTERNAL REVENUE, )
Fifteenth Co let tion District,
ATUEJI9, Ohio, May 10, 1-870. )
Notice is hereby givfn, that the Asses,
or' a ArhusI List for this District for 1870.
embracing Taxes on lucome foa 1869, Car
riages. Yachts, Billiard Tabl.n, Watcbe.
and Plate, (and Special Taxes,) in now ia
my hand?, and said Taxes are now payable.
I will attend ic person, at my Office in
Athens, Athens Gmnty.
At the Office of William Glines, in Ma
rietta, Washtngton i.ountj, by William
Glints. Deputy Collector:
At the Office of II. C. Smith. Tomeroy.
Meigs County, by H. C. 6mith, Deputy
At the Office -of W. W. McCaity. in
McConnellsville, i! argon County by W.
W. ItcCariy, Deputy Collector;
At the Office of John B. Noll, in Woods
E Id. Monroe count j, by John B. Noll,
UNTIL TIIE25TIIOF MAY, 1870,
To receive payment of the Taxes
aforesaid. If not paid within tbat time
the penalties prescribed by law will be
etf'.rced under distraint.
J. L. KESSINGER,
Collector 15th District of Ohio.
May 13, 1870 2w.
.tierllPa 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 will iHer for sale al tne door
of tbe Court House in McConnelsville, in
said county, on Monday the 13th day of
June, A. D. 1S70, at 13 o'clock Al. ot saul
dav. the following describ.d real estate sit
uate in Windsor Township in the county of
Morgan and State of ODiotowit: Une Hun
dred and Sixty acres, Lot Number 1109. in
Section number thirty, (30) in Township
eight, (8) of range eleven. (11.) Also, Lot
No. 95 in Mill Lot No. 24, in township
ei,ht (fi). and range eleven (11), containing
one hundred acres. Also, twenty-one and
forty five hundredths acres, being part of Lot
No. 1110, township eight (8) and range eley-
Also, titty acres, more or less, in
Lot No 96. in township eight (3) and range
eleven (11). All of which land is in the
Ohio Company's purchase. Appraised
at $J,000. Terms cash.
- A. D. IIAVENER,
Sheriff of Morgan county, O.
J. E. HANNA, Atty. May XI, 1870-w
Roth Leland, whoso residence is nn
known, is notified that John A. C. Leland
did, on the 13th day of April, 1S70, file his
petition in the Ofli.-e of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas within and for the
County of Morgan and State of Oh;o,charg
ing the said Ruth Leland of being willfully
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last past without jus. euse therefor,
and asking that he may be divorced from
said Kulh Leland, which petition will be
for hearing at the next June Term ol said
Court Dated this 13th of April, 1670.
JOllN A. C. LELAND,
Ut E. M. SiAXBEBr, his attorney.
April 15 6w.
Hannah Smith and UiHicm T.'. Smith,
her husband, whose place of residence is
unknown, will take notice that a petition
was filed against them on the 4th of April,
A. 1)., 1670 in tbe Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of Jorgan and
State ot Ohio, by John Gibbins, and is now
pending, wherein caid J.hn Gibbins de
mands partition and assignment of dewer
to Mar'ah M. t'hace, of aud ic the follow
ing real estate, towtt : Situat. in said
county of Morgan and State of Ohio, and
known, designated and described as follows,
beginning et the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of section number seven
(7). of town number eight (8), of range
number twelve (Iz, ot tne Unio company a
purchase : A chestnut 12 inches, bears
north 13 degs west 21 and W. O 20 ft.., bears
north 60 degs west 29; thence north S3 degs
west 51.40 rods toastake.apoidsr 10, north
4SJj degs east 5 and a poplar 10, south 39
east 24l ; thence north 1J degs east 57
rods to a stake in the road : thence on an
easterly course along the road about 35.75
rods to tbe west line of tne Uetnel meeting
hou.e lot ; thence south about three rods to
the southwest corner of said meeting house
lot ; thence east 18 rods to the east
line of said quarter ; thence south IJj degs
west 57 ro.U to the place of beginning, con
taining eighteen and one-half (ISJj) acres,
more or less, and that at the next term of
said Court the said John Gibbins will p.
ply for an order that partition may be made
of and said dower be assigned in said pre
mises. Uii. !.-.
By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
Administrator' m Aotlce.
Notice is hereby given that the nndern
signed has been appointed and qualified as
Administrator ol (he estate ut Thomas
Havenner, deceased, 'and late of il organ
May 13 1870-3w.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Robert W eish, lute of il organ county, Ohio,
May n. 1870 3w.
J. C. STONE, Aqtxt,
DR JNO. ALEXANDER-
all articles pertaining to tha
a" He has oa hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
II CATTY & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
Tot sala only by Dr- John Alexander, in
Morgan ronnty. nrll,W-ly.
lLrBEISUl.G & riUXTEVG.
CONSERVAT I V E,
J&f Fublished every Friday morning in
jpT- McConncl. ville, Obio.on the Co open
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T Newspaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN.
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL. Besides a Greater Tarfcfy of
Foreign and Home
f3f Than any paper sver, published in
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
tnis paper, and to whom
LinERAI. CASH WAGES !
will be paid .
J oh Printing!
'While we are prepared to do all kinds of
plain Jo. rrtnung neatly aud expeditious
ly, we can
Special -A.ttenti.on !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
HAND BILIS, .
AND SUCli JOB
Work in general, as wa are supplied with
the best and largest assortment of
For such pnrposes, that aver was in Mc
Connelsville. OFFICE IX
SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF PUB
Apr 59. 1870.-
' DRY GOODS. AC.
MADE TO ORDER,
Sou tli YV est Corner
i'f ill I;
W. R, KELLY, 11. D.
May be found at bis office on
THE SOITII-W EST COR.VCR
At all times, when not absent on Profess
- ional business.
Sept. U, lS69-tf.
1S70. SmtfG Tnif.
Adams fc ICahler
have a well selected stock of Prv Goods,
firoceries, Queensware, Bvotesnd Sbooe,ic,
G HE A TL T RED UCED PRICES
STORE XorMestromrrof Center and
A pril 23 ly.
Hobert Hi. jNIorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ment, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TIN A XD SHEET IR O X WA R S
Opposite tbe Conrt House,
JI ' C o i . i u t i n i , Ohio.
TT. C. THESIZE
asks the pablic to call and examine hi
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac, Ac, which cannot b
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can ba ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintinga
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'Connelaville,
Jan 1 ly. .
C, Ij. HILL,
ia. BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM Lt
May 7, 1869-tf.
gTJLLIVAN i BROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufaclory,
FIXE JOB rniTiG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac.
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. gB Blank Books for Counties,
Banks. Merchants, ic, best paper at tha
Zanesville, Oct. 15, 13H9.
O. H. WOODWORTH.
W. C. DAVIDSON.
No. 201 Liberty St.,
rox TBS BALI or
And all kinds of Country Produce.-
Consignments Solicited. Returns madd
A Liberal Advance made on Consignments
Means Jc Coffin, Grocers, Tittsburg ; Wni.
Miller, Grocer, Pittsburg; Arbuthnot, Shan
non k Co., Wholesale Pry Goods, Pitt, burg;
Gill Bros., Boots and Shoe, Pittsburg i
Pittsburg National Bank of Commerce,
Pittsburg; Trainer Jk Anderson, Philadel
phia ; J. Howe Jc Co., 5ew York : Lewia
Jones A Son, Baltimore ; Btraight, Deniing
Co., Cincinnati ; Wick frowder A Co.,
Cleveland, O.; Holmes, Butler k Co., De
troit ; First National Bank, Jefferson. O.;
Oatman 4 Co., Cherry Valley, O.; Chamb
erlain Bros., Palestine, O.; Hawley A Kings
bury, Salem, O.; Kite E. Harris kf 't"
sler, O.; W. H. JLfa.torr, Sunfisb,0; 7
Kampher.fiunfish.O; Stewart Laiura; Ca
dis. 0; Wells A Punn, Msrietta, O.