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TITO DOLLARS A TEAtt IX
FRIDAY, Max aTtlSTO.
Paving been solicited ty quite a
number 10 open a Xorn.nl School in
WcConnelsTille, I am induced to make
the following announcement: I will
instruct a class in Orthoeraphj, Gram
mar including Etymo'ogv, Analysis
and ryntax for a Term of five weeks,
beginning ei'her tb first or aecond
week in June, at five dollars per
scholar, payable during the first week
cf the session, provided that by the
25th of May, I shall receive twenty
five names. For rurther information
address, J. IT. RUSK, Malt, O,
Stay 13, 1870 -tf.
M. E. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION.
The Methodist Episcopal Ministe
rial Association, for this District, bas
been in session here . for some days.
The attendance b&s been quite- large
throughout.- On Wednesday rvenhrg,
the question of Temperance, which is
assuming such a position . of impor
tance in our State and National poli
tics, was taken up and disscussed by
Bevs. McCue and McAbee.
Mr. McCue made the opening speech,
and soon gave the audience to under-
stan4 that he was in earnest in what
he had to say on the question. In
short be wanted every body, to know
be was a Prohibitionist, that he fa
vored political organization for the
accomplishment of ; Pro! lbition; and
that be would not Tote with any party
that didn't insert a' Prohibition plank
in Its platform.' He said .he was a
Democrat until that party took upon
its shoulders the burthen of maintain
ing Slavery; that he bad been a Repub
lican until that party sold out to the
Whisky Rings; but that from this time
forward he would be a Prohibitionist
for the reason that neither of the po
litical parties had sufficient" moral
stamina to shoulder the , great moral
question of Prohibition. He related
a little incident that he thought 're
flected rather disparagingly upon
Ministers of the GospeL He said that
when he went to the polls last Fall,
here in UcConnelsville. he found laid
out before him a Republican ticket, a
Democratic ticket, and a Temperance
ticket. He picked up a Temperance
ticket and Toted it; and, turning
around to go away, he heard a boy
exclaim: "That's, the first Preacher
tnat Toted the Temperance ticket to
day!"" He said it was about ..Noon
when he roted, and that he went home
- hoping, for the credit of the profession,
that he was the first Minister to vote
Mr. McAbee evidenced his disposi
tion to remain a Moral Suasionist, and
continue to fight . King Alcohol and
his hosts with gloved hands.' lie
thought that if the Temperance men
of McConnelsrille would meet togeth
er, select a eommitte'e of our best men,
and send them to our- liquor dealers
and request them to close their estab
lishments, that they, the liquor deal
ers, would hearken unto the request
at once, fie related the case of a poor
cobbler living in m temperance town in
the Northern part of this State, who,
thinking cobbling a poor way to make
a living, determined to open out a
Whisky shop ' A his. comiog to the
ears of the h ading men of the town,
he was , waited ; upon r by twenty-five
men, whose expostulations were ' able
to convince the eobbler that he had
better return to the mending of old
boots and shoes. .'. "' :
We bv npt space tn stale the whole
of the points made by these gentle
men. AVe th'nk, however, that if our
citizens should attempt to stop liquor
selling by remonstrating with liquor
dealers, they would only be laughed
at for their 'rouble. - " -
MORGAN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL
The Hcrgan County Agricultus
ral Society ias instituted on the
14th of Fcbuary, 1852, Vnd held its
first Annual Fair on the 5th and 6th
of October of Ihc same year. . Since
then a Fair has been held each
year,' with the exception of the y ear
1862, when the Board,- on account
of the commotions of war, deemed
it inexpedient to hold one.'
These Fair, all agree, are promo
tive of al! the industrial and wealth
producing callings of our people;
and should be objects of great in
terest to every one. They excite
and build ap competition in Agri
culture, ; Stockraismg, Mechanics,
Domestio pursuits, and the Arts to
an extent preitor than can ba done
o . .
by the same outlay of means in any 1
other way. -'
Our County Board, this year,
makes gres-ter inducements than
ever before for the people of the
County to interest themselves in
the Society; and, consequently, we
' feel it oar duty to call upon the peo
ple to prepare themselves for ma
king the most extensive and super
ior exhibition that has ever been
in the County. -..:
There is hardly a person in the
County but that ean,if ep it be will
ed, have som thing meritorious to be
exhibited, andsuch being the case,
what reason is there for the exhi
bition next Fall being"" aught else
than lively and interesting lo every
one. - - -- ; ' -.
So to work, everybody, and let
the Annual Fair of 1870 surpass ail
that have been before it. '
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Tbe Champion Mower and
Reaper is jnst-what the Farmers
want. Capt J. F Sonnanstme is
the age ct. . : . V . -
WAirxiD. A good hired
wantbd. Inquire f at the
Oar old friend and former
associate, L H. Robinson, has com
menced the publication ot a Demo
cratic weekly newspaper in the
city of Hamilton, Bailer county,
Okio. where his former editorial
labors in connection with the True
Telegraph are well known and
highly appreciated. The new pa-
Er is called the Hamilton Weekly
erald. It is handsomely printed,
and its editorials are full of the
vigor and pnngency for which Mr.
Robinson hat so long been famed.
The assurance that the now paper
will be devoted to the principles of
the strictest school of Democracy
is hardly necessary to those who
know the senior editor. Cincinna
ti Enquirer, 23rd mst.
Mr. Robinson is a brother-in.lawi
of oar townsman, Mr. Ford Sill, and
is well remembered, by many of
our old citizens, as the editor and
publisher of a Democratic journal
in this Village more than twenty
years ago. Success to himl .
We are in receipt of a copy
of the Citizen and Round Table,
published at No. 32, : Beekman
street, New York City. Il is, a
very valuable and interesting jour
oal. Single copy 81 50 a year.
The first number of the
Farmers' and Mechanics' Advocate,
published ,by John T. Shryrock,
Zauesyiile, Ohio, is received.. It is
the largest paper published in
2r Hon. E. H. Moore bas favor
ed ns with the "Monthly Report of
the Department of Agriculture for
March and April." Thank you,
sir! - ' -
tSf Older's Museum, Circus and
Menagerie will visit McUonnelsvilJo
early this season. -
A little daughter, instead of
a son, as stated in last weeks Her
ald, of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Palmer,
of Malta, met with a fatal accident
the fore part of last week. Mrs.
Palmer was visiting a few miles
down the river, and had her
daughter with her. The child,
while playing out of doors, fell in.
to a kettle of soft soap that had
just been made, and waa left out to
cooL She lived "about four hours
after tbe cad occurrence. Mr."
Palmer, who is a broom manufac
turer, had just started down the
river on a tradicg expedition. It
is ceedlecs to say that the bereaved
parents and friends have tbe sym
pathies of the entire community.
tSX Miss Mary Ann Chad wick,
of this village, attempted to com
mit suicide, early on Monday morn
ing, by jumping into the river.
She was rescued by the timely
efforts of Messm. John Rowland,
Jeptba Doudna, and Richard Chea
die, who, attracted by her singular
conduct, bad been watching her
more than an hour . that she had
been walking to and fro along the
river bank. She is a sewing girl,
and has been noticed to have been
nnusually melancholy during, the
past month, " ' '
t& John Hi bier, who was a
member of Company C, 24th O. V.
1 died at the recidenco of his
brother, William . Hibler, in this
village, on last-Saturday morning.
He was burried nnder the ap&pices
of the Grand Army of the Republic
of the McConnolsvilloPost,on Sun
. RpsaEST. On Wednesday night,
Hay 18, the store of Mattern A Bice,
at Lovell was . burglarously entered,
the safe blown open and robbed of a
little over 5700 in currency, checks,
si!vtr and postage stamps. There
were three $100 National currency bills,
one of which was marked with three
letters, two of them being G. H., and
the o'her not remembered, tat be
lieved to be J.; two $50 National bills,
six $20 greenbacks and $20 in silver
halves and quartersr; a check of $41,23
on J. A. Graff, and Jone of 29,44 on
Graff Co.; both of Pittsburg. Mr.
Matters being Post-master, kept the
office in the store, and he therefore suf
fered in stamps to the amount of
$57,65 1200ew 3s, 200 old Is, 189 old
5s, and 102 old 10s. The lexers were
considerably scattered ' around, but
cone taken. The rascals will not feel
so well pleased when they learn that
in " of tte letters
a : thousand
dollar government bond. An attempt
was made to rob Geo. Lyne'e store, at
Coal Bun, on the previous evening, tut
a person happened to be sb-eping there
who quick'y eausfd the burglars, doubt
less the same party, to travel. Mari
ettian, 2lst inst. ;
G. A. R.-Notice.
Members of the Grand Army of
the Republic will please call on
Capt J. K. Sonnanstine and pay np
their dues. By orderot V
May 27, 1870 it -
Decoration of Soldiers' Graves
J. C Eean, of Windsor township,
writes us that, on the 30th day of this
month, next Monday, the citizens- of
Windsor township will meet in Stock
port, at the Baptist Church, at 2 o'clock
P. ., where eulogies will be delivered
on the brave' Soldiers, who perished in
the late war, by James Brannon, Jr.
and others. After which at 5 o.clock,
P. M., of said day, all will proceed to
the Stockport Cemetery in procession,
laden with wreithes and flowers to be
strewn over the graves of the departed
gallant boys. - All political parties are
invitei to participate.
i ..v -,;.i.,j; . .: v; ,:.-.
XST"iree Lecture on-Political
Prohibition at the Town Hall this
3,Xt is so trouble to hU WALL PAPB
at the Book Store. The stock is large,
and variety of such aa excellent'eharseUr,
that everybody waatisg Paper almost "nva
riably make their purchases at this estab
lishment after once looking through their
splendid line of patterns.
We notice thatJ. B. Stone
has received a large lot of all kinds
of Trunks from a cheap small one
to tbe Zinc Saratoga ones. Go and
tSJ" Kelly & Seaman hare just
received a new lot of Ladies' Gait
t&m Fred and George, at the
City Shaving Saloon, are rushing
things. Go in Boys I
IS. Tbe attention of the Ladies
is respectfully called to our fine as
sortment of Gold Watches and
Chains. Of Swiss Watches we have
the latest improvements and de
signs Stem-winding, Uickel Move
ments and both front and back
cases opening with springs, at Yin
cent Bro's. .
Notice to Jurors.
Having been notified that Judge
Gtanger will not get to UcCon
nelsville before the arrival of the
Mink on Monday evening, June 6ih
the Grand and Petit Jurors need
not report until 8 o'clock Tuesday
morning June 7th, 1870.
Cyrns M. Roberts, Clerk.
A. D. Havener, Shff.
SbJL new supply Family Tittamtni and
Ftalwu, witk Notes, received at Abais's Book
Store on yesterday. This is an excellent
worX for Eabbath School Teachers, and all
Bible Students, and sold verj low.
The Shoo Fly" cigar, man
ufactured by P. Sweeney & Co., is
the popular Cigar of this locality.
t& Go to Kelly & Seaman's for
good and cheap Clothing.
Jgy Ladies and Gentlemen in
want ot a fine Leather (Travelling
bug can find a fall assortment ' at
tST New Goods in great variety
at H. B. Vincent k Bro's this week.
Arrived on Steamer Julia.
IQ. The Misses Hollbrok have
bought another new stock of goods.
There is nothing like keeping up a
full line of goods. -
gjafc. Cheap groceries, good gro
ceries, the best fish in the town,
and tbe beet fresh beef that ever
was sold in this tnrrket; all these
things, and many more, may be
had at D. & C W. Mummey's, at all
times. Bush up there everybody!
and keep on rushing there, as ,you
moetcertainly will if you ever make
them one call. Charley is an np
and doing fellow, and yon can de
pend upon him.
Thb California coast may yet be
selected in preference to any other
part of the world as a resort for con
sumptives, the more southern por
tion of that state surpassing, tn res
pect to the two essentials, equable
temperature and dry air theBivi
era or tbe island of Mader.a. The
extremes of temperature in Jannary
and July and the rainfall in tho
three localities are thus stated:
Mentone, 40 and 73 degrees tempe
rature, with 23 inches rainfall ;
Funchal, 60 nd 70 degroos, with 30
inehes ; San Diego, 61 and 72,
with only 40 inches of rainfall. If
these facts can generally be made
known, and the inference as to the
suitableness of the. climate be cor
rect, that which is worth to inva
lids more than all her gold may be
found on our pacific coast.
.. t&m The Smith American Orgon
is all the rage now, always on band
t the Music Store. See advertise
ment in another column.
" ftSTlf yoa wish a new pair of
those clothtcpped shoes go to Kelly
S9a The handsomest - Brown
Willow Baskets for Ladies, for sale
cheap at Stone's..
IXK AND PENCIL ERASERS!
An excellent lot ofTa&er'a Ink and Pencil
Erasers just received at Adah's Book Store.
t& So mething new in Specta
cles and Eye Glasses is now to be
seen at Vincent's.
t3- Kelly & Seaman have a large
lot ol Hoop Skirts which they will
sell very low. r
At A dais's Book Store,
eeivedon yesterday. -
JTew supply re-
t3" Go and see tbe Buff Linen
for Ladies' Suits at Stones ; Its all
IS? Kelly & Seaman have just
opened a new line oi Queensware k
Glass Frnit jars.
For Sabbath Schools "Frtsk Laurels,"
-Bright Jeuds," "Fresh Leaves,' and many
other kinds, now at Anus's Book Store.
A new addition received this week.
tQr New Prints and lots of other
goods received this week at Stone's.
DICTIONARIES I -
i ... i .,-i, rv..- 4v?.that
wk rcaiTl at Astra's Book 6tor. All
other kinds eoastsatij kpt tot sali.
SO" Silk, Linen, and ;Lace Para
sols from New York next week at
We are under obligations sgain
to Hon. A G. Thurman lor important
Lots of JITcw Good will be received at
Aa's Book Store next week.
Splendid lot of Parasols from
50 cts lo $5.00, Gloves, Hosery, and
lots of other new Goods for tbe sea
son just received by Stone.
Thanks to Auditor McGrew for
Executive Documents for 1869.
tST Ice Cream at C. Jlurckhol
ter's Saloon both night aud day.
His Ladies Saloon is very neatly
Arriving a complete lot of
Ladie's Gaiters and Shoes. New
York, Philadelphia and Columbus
make warranted, at Stene's.
tfFreih supply of School Books receiv
ed at Anns' Book Store on yesterday, and
a full line always kept in stock and sold at
the lotist rsicis.
Dr. Duncan's all tbe go t
People here decided so I
And they are right, you know.
Sold only by Stone.
Will reeeive at Anus's Book Store next
week a large lot of those justly celebrated
Lever Shade Fixture, direct from tbe man
ufacturer. They are the most complete
and cheapest Fixtures manufactured, never
get out of order, are of great saving in wear
of Curtains, durable, simply constructed,
and easily adjusted. Call and see them.
Black Gro's Grain Silk for
dresses and Sacks next week at
Hallidsy k Co's.
. A new supply of ITcthodist Protestant
Eym Bosks received at Apais's Book Store
this week, in plain and fins bindings.
SjQ Seaside, and all the latest
stylos of. Hals always on hand at
Halliday k Co's.
McCONNELSVILLE, May 27, 1870.
FLOUR Best fsmily $5 50; .
W II E AT $1 ,00 per bushel.
CORN MKAL W30 per bushel. .
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Fall.Sl.05.'
OATS 35 tents per bushel, wholesale.
Ilev $15.00 per too.-
TIMOTHY SEED 3,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEKD -SI 75 to 2 00.
BRANS Z2 00 per bushel.
DRIED APPLES 6cu. per pound.
DRIED PEACHES' S3 00 per bush.
POTATOES SO 40 per cash., at
BUTTER 20 cts. per pound,
EGGS 15 ts. perdoz, -
FEATHERS 15 cts. per lb.
' SUGAR 12 to 15 ctn. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR -- 14 to 17 cts-lb.
COFFEE 20 to 30 eta. per lb.
TEA- l 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorgma 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
SFRCP SI 00 pe gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
CANDLES 20c ts per lb.
SOAP by her 10c.
CODFISH lOcts per lb.
SALT SI. 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 els per lb.'
SIDES Picketed, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40c ta. per gallon.
LINSEED OlL-1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
BALTIMORE, May 19, 1870.
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of last week. Prices to-day
But Cattlz The offerings at
the scales d uring tbe past week
amounted to 809 head, against 703
last week. Of the number offered
344 came from Ohio, 16 from Vir
ginia, 39 from Maryland, and 67
from Illinois, over the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad; 266 from Penn
sylvania, over tbe 2? ortbern Cen
tral Kailroad; , 42 from Maryland
and 14 from, Pennsylvania on loot;
and 17 from Maryland and 4 from
Virginia by boat. Prices to-day
ranged as follows: Old cows and
scalawags at ?55 50; ordinary
thin steers, oxen and cows at tb 50
6; fair quality beeres at $7(5,8;
and tbe very best beeves at 83 25
9 50 per 100 pounds; the average
price being about 57 gros. The
narcet was dull to-day at a decline
of 25c per hundred pounds on the
rates of last week on medium cattle,
wuile for the very best beeves tho
market is unchanged, though quo
tations are lower ' on account of
difference in quality.
: Shxzp There is little change to
notice in the general tone of tho
market during tho past week,
though there is somo activity at
the close, which is only temporary.
Pnces to-day ranged as follows:
Sheep at 57c. per lb. gross ; lambs
S3 to S4 50 per head.
Hogs Tbe receipts during the
past week have been about equal
to the demand, and to-day there is
some firmness, bat otherwise no
Chanco tn TinfifA in f.hjt mavlrsf fmm
ruged as follows : At f 12 60(313 25
per 100 lbs. net for fair to good logs.
' ! . United States
Annual Taxes !
OFFICE of INTERNAL REVENUE, 1
Fifteenth Collection District. v
Athens, Ohio, May 10, 1870. )
Notice is hereby given, that the Aeesu
or's Asnual List for this District lor 1870.
embracing Taxes on lucome foa 1863, Car
riages. Yachts, Billiard Tabl?s, Watches,
and Plate, (and Special Taxes.) is cow in
xaj hands, and said Tsxes are bow parable.
I will attend ic person, at in; Office in
Athens, Athens County.
At th" Office of William Gltae?, in Ma.
rietta, Washington County, by VUliiam
G lines, Deputy Collector:
At the Office of H. C. Smith. Fomeroy.
Merge County, by II. V. Bmiib, Deputy
Collector; - 1
At thtf Office efW. W. McCsity. in
MeCoooellsrille, Morgan County, by W.
W. McCarty, Deputy Collector;
At the Office of John B. Noll, in Woods
field . Monroe county, by John B. Noil,
UNTIL TIIE 25TH OF MAT, 1870,
To receive payment of the Taxes
aforesaid. If uot pad within that time
the penalties prescribed by law will be
enforced under distraint.
Collector 15th District of Ohio.
May 13, 1870 2w.'
82icrllTs Sale On Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur. Taggart, vs.
Janes Carter, et al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to rao
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, in tbe above enti
tied action, I will offer for sale
at public . auction at tho door
of the Court House in Mf Connelsville, in
said county, on Monday tbo 13th day of
June, A. P. 18J8, at iz o cioca ai. oi sua
day. tbe following described resl estate sit
uate in Windsor Township in the county of
Morgan and EtateorUbtotowit: une Hun
dred and Sixtr acres, Lot Number 1109. in
Section number thirty, (30) in Township
eight, (8) of range eleTen. (.1.) Also, Lot
Xo.SS in Mill Lot Ko. 24. in township
eiht (8). and range eleven (.1), containing
one hundred acres. Also, twenty-one and
fortyfire hundredths acres, beingpartof Lot
No. 1110, township eight (3) and range elev
en (11). Also, fifty acres, mrre or less, in
Lot 5o tt. in township eight (8) and range
eleven (11). All of which land is in the
Ohio Company's purchase. Appraised
at 9,000. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVENER,
Sheriff of Morgan county, O.
J. E. HAXNA, Atty. My 11, 1870-5w
Buth Leland. whose residence is tin
known, is notified that John A. C. Leland
did, on the 13th dsy of April, 187(1, file his
petition in the Office of the Clerk of the
Gjurt of Common Fleas within and for the
County of Morgan and State of Ohio, charr
ing the said Ruth Leland of being willfully
absent from petitioner for mure then three
years last past without jus', cause therefor,
and asking that he may be divorced from
said Iiuth Leland, which petition will be
for hearing at the next June Term ol said
Court Dated this 13th ol" April, 1970.
JOHN A. C. LELAND,
By E. M. Siasbert, bis attorney.
April IS Sw.
. Legal Notice.
Hannah Smith and William W. Smith,
her husband, whose place of retidenee is
unknown, will take notice that a petitiou
waa filed against them on the 4th of April,
A. 1871, in the Court of Common I'leas
within and fortba county of Jorgan and
State ot Ohio, by John Gibbins, and is cow
pending, wbnrain said John Gibbins de
mands partition and assignment of dewer
to Mariah Af. Chace, of and in the 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 (&), of range
number twelve (12), ot tbe Ohio tympany's
purchase t A chestnut IS inches, bears
north 13 degs west 21 and W. O 20 in., bears
north 80 degs west 29 ; thence north Hi dejrs
wtst 41.40 rods to a stake, apoplir 10, north
4S degs easts and a poplar 10, south 39
east 24 i ; thence north 1 degs east 47
rods to a stake in the road ; thence on an
easterlr course alone tbe 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 : thenea east 10 rods to the east
line of said quarter ; thence south lHdgs
nt S7 rn.U to the nlace of beeinnine. con
taining eighteen and one-half (lSJ-i) acres.
more or less, and that at the next term of
said Court tbe said John Gibbins will a p.
ply for aa order that partition may be made
or ana saia aower oe assimea in asm pre
vises. JOHN GIBBINS.
: By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
' Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed and quaimec as
Administrator of tbe estate ol Thomas
Hareoner, deceased, and late, of Morgan
, . THEODORE COBCBX.
' Ma? 13 1870-3.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Robert Welsh, late of Morgan county, Ohio,
Usy. 1870 Sw.
, Improved Family
J. C. STONE, Agist,
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER.
all articles pertaining to the
He has on hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
ces. ALSO . .
BE ATTY A PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
Forsala enly by Tr. jonn Alexander, in
Mrg eeaary, rnsf 1 1,1570 -ly;. .
PITIiXISIllXG A ritITIG.
gif Publibhed every Fridav morning In
3f McCnnehville, Ohio, on the Co-open
f3T rntive Plan of publis bing a county
fir Isewipaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL, Desldei a Greater Yarlefy of
Foreign and Home
$3 Than iay faper ever published is
Morgan County t
In Every Township In this
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
tins paper, and to wnora
LinERAl CASH TTAGES X
will be paid.
Thile we are prepared to do all kinds of
lain Job Printing neatly and expeditious'
y, we call
Special Attention !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
post is us,
ad e;such Job
Work in general, as we are supplied with
the best and largest assortment of
For such purposes, that aver was in Mc-
KELLY'S BUILDING !
Apr .9 137L . . . .
DRY GOODS, AC.
IE I DT
MADE TO ORDER.
f 1 111,
1 April 23-tf:
m sixnss cards.
W. IL KELLT, U.D.
Vav be found at his office on
TIIE SOL TII-IYEST COR.VEIt
At all times, when not absent on Profess
Sept. 24, ISMf-
bsveawell selected stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queensware, Boots and bhoes,ic,
GREATLT REhVCED FEICES
STORE JorMtttforiicrof Ceilwiad
. East Strreta. -
April 23 ly.
Robert Hi. ro-rris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnkhing Goods,
TIN AXD SHEET IX OX JTAES
Opposite the Court House,
IT. C. TRES1ZE
asks '.ho pablie to call and examine his
specimen Photagraphs. Ferrcrypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Jtc, Jtc, winci cannot b
surpassed anywhere. He be perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with tbe finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's 8addler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'ConnelsvUle.
Jan 1 ly.
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BUSINESS DONE ON A
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May 7, 1869- tf.
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ZansvtUe, Oct. IS, 1369.
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