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TWO DOLLARS A YE1K IN
FRIDAY, . . . June 24,1810.
C, Elsew here wepublish reports
of the proceedings of the ProhibU
tion end .Radical Conventions,
which have been held in our town
daring the past week. Had we
we would notice them at
length; bu as we have not, the fol
lowing must suffice for th week.
The Prohibition Convention ex-,
cecded in magnitude the expecta
tions of the most ardent and hope
ful of the party. Upwards of fifty
delegates were enrolled, and all of
them wero men of the first rank in
the County. Tbe delegates wero
men of both the old political parlies,
men who for years had been war
ring itu each other on the political
issues which have distracted the
country the Abolitionists rnd Yal-
landighara Democrats wero seen
that day to join band in band and
pledge themselves to work together
in a common cause, and for a com
men obiect. The Convention was
the most orderly, harmonious, and
wo may say enthusiastic also, that
ever wo have seen convened in this
Cjunty. The candidates nomina
ted are as good men as could be sel
ected in the County. John II. Hur
ry, the candidate for Treasursr, is
well-known to our people as a com
petent business man, and one, too,
whose intesrity can bo relied on.
He now holds the position of Assist
ant Cashux m the Firel National
Jiank. ifr. Marry has heretofore
been a Republican. Joshua T. Crew,
the candidate for Prosecuting Attor
ney, is a young man that commends
himself to all that meet him. Full
of energy and industry, in a little
moroiban one year be has gained
a paying practice in his profession.
Outspoken and decided in all that
lie says or does, he has the confi
dence of all that know him. llr.
Crew has hexxtoforo been a Demo
crat. William H. Cool, candidate
for Commissioner, is a merchant of
Bristol lp., has always been a Ee-;
publican, and is so well-known
throughout the County that farther j
mention of him need uot.be made.
Simkin II. Brown, candidate for In
firmary Diroctor, has always been
a Democrat, is a "farmer of Jloigs
villo tp and like Air. Cool, 13 well
known 10 nearly every body in ihe
Tho Hadical Convention, while
we do not: desir; to bo accused of
partiality," we must.aay was the
nearest a complete failure we have
ever witnessed. '' It was devoid of
euthueium or a well regulated Bys
tein. of business. The town6hip
were parcely represented, and
umo of them were not represented
at all. . 1). C. Pinkerton, and his
iiiidtsr-sirappers, were busy all the
day in pressing coutrynien into
the service, aud, even after all their
exertion, there were but about fif
ty delegates in atlendHnco. Even
some of the' Morgan township dele
gates did not feel sufficient interest
in the matter to attend. Homer
township did not send in a delegate.
Tho ticket pat m nomination will
bo found in the "report published
elswhero in this' paper. . We shall
probably" give it a passing notico, at
least, before the close of the Cam
paign. We call especial auention
to W. P. Sprague's resolution. It
means that the .Republican Party
is a Temperance party just so long
a the cry of temperance can be used
t promote lLo interests of said Ue
pibhcan" party, and no longer.
KJT The Masonic Lodge, cf this
place, hold a Festival this evening.
W. W. Pyle, editor of the
Herald, tolls ns that he will 6tart
West next week. If he can find a
place to suit him, be will probably
locate. . Very sorry, to part with
you, Brother Pyle I .
X H. L. Joneb, Prosecuting At
torney of this County, has gone to
Minnesota, expecting to remain all
We hope, in this year of plen
teous crop, that the people of Mor
gan will not lose their interest in
tho .Morgan County Agricultural
Society. Please remember that it
is of the utmost importance to every
one that each of these annual exhi
bitions should surpass all preceding
in all that tends to make them a
D. L. Jenkins, xf Bristol tp.,
tells us that, as far as his observa
tion goes, the wheat and corn crops
of .Morgan, this year, will be larger
than any for the pasi fifteen years.
Ho also states that the hay crop
will be remarkably good. A great
amount of wheat has been cut this
Wool. Fanners can dispose of
their wool at tho highess cash rates
toC,L. Hall, of Malta. He proba
bly deals more extensively in tho
article ihau any other man in the
If you want to buy tobacco
at half pnee, stop at the sign of tho
Indian Im?ge, next door-to the
post-office. . y -
In accordance with a call previ
ously issued by tho Prohibition
party of Morgan County, Ohio, a
Convention assembled on Saturday,
June 18th, at the Town Hall in
On motion, J. W. Stanbery was
chosen temporary chairman, J. D.
Mans, secretary and J. C. L. Ad
ams, assistant secretary. The call
for the Convention was then rer.d.
On motion of A. Alderman, D.
N. Allard; Elisha Kirby, and J. J.
Doudna were appointed a commit
tee on permanent organization, and
made the following report, which
President, S. Branson, of Marion.
Secretary, J. D. Maris, "
Assistant Secretary, J. C. L. Ad
ams, of Homer. . .
The President tras conducted to
the chair by A. Alderman.
Eimpkin H. Brown, Joseph Lent,
J. J. Doudna, A. W. Bye, and A.
W. Powers were chosen a commit
tee to report a Central Committee
for the coming year.
On motion of J. T. Crew, A. Al
derman, Jacob Wortman, William
Miller, T. T. XotL and P. Dear
born were appointed a committco
to report names of candidates.
Dr. W. X. Hambleton. Charles
Patterson and A. Alderman wero
appointed a committee on resolu
a The Convention then took a re
cess until 1 J o'clock, P. M.
Committee on Central Commit
tee reported tho following names,
which were adopted by the Con
vention: - -
J. T. Crew, T. T. Nott, Moses
McDaniel, J. J. Doudna, J. C. Mur
duck. Joseph Lent, A. W. Powers,
S. Branson. Wmi P. Dearth, II. P.
Dearborn, Jacob Wortman, Thom
as Doweebo, and William Miller.
Committee on nominations made
the following report:
For Treasurer. John n. Murry,
of Morgan; for Commissioner, Wm.
II. Cool, of Bristol; for Prosecuting
Attorney, J. T. Crew, of Morgan;
for Infirmary Director, Simpkin
H. Brown, of Meigs Tille.
The candidates were separately
nominated by acclamation for their
Committee on resolutions repor
ted the following, which was unan
Resolved, That we plant ourselves
firmly upon the principles enuncia
ted in the resolutions passed by
our Stale Convention, recently held
at Columbus, and would solicit the
co-operation and. support of all
good citizeos, regardless' of their
former political associations.
On motion of J. T. Crew, the
Secretary was requested to furnish
a copy of the proceedings to each
of the Morgan County papers and
the Temperance Times.
Addresses wer then made by
Messrs. J. T. Crew.D. N. .Hamblo
ton, and James Wateins, Sen., after
which the Convention adjourned. " .
. S. BItANSON, President
J. D. MAPJS, Secretary.
THE RADICAL CONVENTION.
Ed. M. Xenedy, Secretary of the
Radical County Convention-,' which
convened in tho Town Hall, of Mc..
Connelsville, on last Tuesday, fur
ni6bcs us with the following report
of tho proceedings;
Convention met pursuant to an
nouncement. T. J. Williams, of Marion, was
chosen Chaiiman; Ed. M. Kenedy,
of York, Secretary; and Dr. Davis,
of Union, Assistant Secretary.
A committeo on credentials was
On a motion declaring that nom
ination of candidates for nomination
was in order, which was carried,
Samuel B. Yocom's name was pre
sen Led as a candidate for the nomi
nation for Treasurer ; William
Foulke and James A. Adair, for
Prosecuting Attorney; Alexander
Higgins, Lorenzo Andrews, Samuel
H. Phipps, and George J . Henderi
Bon, for Commissioner; G. H. White,
O. M. Lovell, and James C. Laugh
ridge, for Infimary Director. -
Conveution adjourned until li
o'clock, P. M.
Convention met pursuant to ad
Convention proceeded to ballot
for candidates, and nominated us
Samuel B. Yocum, was nomina
ted for Treasurer by acclamation,
there being no opposition to him.
William Foulke received the nomi
nation lor Presenting Attorney.
George P. Henderson was nomina
ted for Commissioner. O. M. Loy
ell received the rommaticn for
The following named gentlemen
were appointed as a Central Com
mittee for tho ensuing year:
Dr. James Davis, G. S. Corner,
W. P- Sprague, J. F, Sonnanstmo,
Aarcn P. Dewees, Eli Frew, D. C.
Pinkerton, C. C. Cheadle, Dr. J.
H. Brown, an i James B. McGrew.
The following resolution, intro
duced by W. P. Sprague, was adopt- j
Resolved, That the Republicans
of Morgan County, in Convention
assembled, hereby endorse the Ad
ministration of General Grant as
wise and patriotic, and reaffirm our
attachment to the principles and
policy of the Republican party.
That, having tested . its capacity,
both in peace and war, to govern
the country successfully, and in the
interests of Liberty, law and public
order, wo repose confidence in its
ability still to work out tho great
problems of statesmanship which
the futuro demands of our Country
may present for solution. That,
while tho regeneration of our be
loved Commonwealth from all evils
that tarnish and defile her is an end
greatly to be desired; while we
cannot view with indifference any
effort, properly . directed, , to sup
press vice and promote virtue and
morality : yet, having a
. " ... , .1
ment to maintain involving vastly
important questions of junspruf
dence.financc, National and human
. : ' . . ' ..j
rights to do 6ettiea ana aajuuicaiea
by political action ; we feel called
upon, by an imperative sense of du
ty, to adhere to that party whose
past history gives us assured con
fidence to believe that the road to
entire enfranchisement from all tho
evils that can be reached by politi
cal action is found in Beeking to
strengthen and consolidato the
moral and political forces now mar
shaled under our glorious .Republi
can Banner. To this cause wo
hereby renew our fealty and prom
iso to relax no effort until our prin
ciples aro triumphantly victorious.
That the ticket put in nomination
to-day is a worthy one, and shall
receive our hearty and enthusiastic
support, and that our utmost en
deavors 6hall be pnt forth to rendor
the campaign a successful one.
t& Tho Cnrt of Common Pleas,
June form, has adjourned until the
30th instant, when Judge Granger
will again open it, and render his
decisions in certain cases tried be
fore him. Thi3 will probably tako
up one day, after which thcro will
be an adjournment until the open
ing of the October term.
The criminal cases of the present
term were chiefly made up of viola
tions of the Stale Liquor laws. Five
of the violators are now in jail for
terms ranging from ten to twenty
There is no hutnbjg about
it! It is one' of the settled fixed
fuels ! Tho peoplo have been tho
Judge and the Jury, and tho ver
dict has been rendered to tho effect
that D. & C. W. Mummcy are sell
ing groceries, of all kinds and qual
ities, at rates that cannot be under
sold by any body in McConnels
ville. Heme mber .this, farmers,
mechanics, and everybody !
' e On next Monday thcro will
be tried before Judge Pinkerton, of
the Probato Court, a case which
tho Judge tells ns is without pre
cedent in the annals of the Probate
Court of this County. The caso is
entitled "The Board of Education,
of Mcigsvillo township, vs. Joseph
Sigler." The trouble is that the
Board desire a pieco of land be
longing to Sigler to build a School
bouse on, and Sigler refuses to sell
the land to the Board for any price,
and consequently the ' action is
brought to force Sigler to sell. The
following Jury will be empannclcd
to sit on thecaiio: nenry Doudna,
J, J. Huffman, Benjamin Bailey,
Alonzo Jones, Joseph Foraker,
Phillip Stainbrook, EdKard Weir,
Miles Hopkin?, A. J. Lawrence,
John Timms, J. M. Weaver, and
. Brotdery Lovfi. Philadelphia
is styled "The City of Brotherly
Love." We find in the Public Jteo
ord an illustration of the appro
priatenesn of the title, as follows:
"Monday the city was tho ecene of
a dozen more or less exciting affrays
in the various political conventions
held for the nomination of State,
Congress, county and city candi
dates. Fists, pistols, knives, clubs,
6tones, brickbats, blackguardism,
caterwauling, and other such 'per
suasives' were brought into reques
iiion by the friends of those patriots
who were specially anxious to 6erve
their country, and who would not
be denied. It was a 'spirited day.'
the spirit of the day was whisky,
and Hhespirit moved.' About fifty
political conventions, all told, were
hold in thi3 city yesterday. These
conventions were the conventions
ot the "all the decency," otherwise
The New York Tost is tho ablest and
most consistent advocate of tariff re
form among Republican journals. Its
editor, William Ccllex Bbtast, has
been a life long free trader. Here is
the Potit advice to Republicans who
believe in revenue reform and oppose
such plundering exactions as are in
volved in the Bessamer-steel monopo
ly, which had the support of Congress
men from Ohio. Says the Pott:
"If in any Congressional district the
Republican managers nominate a pro
tectionist, and the Democrats a free
trader or revenue reformer, then we
hold it to be the clear duty of Repub
licans who desire revenue reform to
support the Democrat." .
j&T Ladies' Gold Watches !
t& Ladies' Swiss Watches!
EST Ladies' American Watches!
For sale low at Vincent & Bro's.
BS& We are headquarters in Trunks
and Baskets. We can Eupply any ar
ticle in this line.
F. Sill & Co.
B, Another lot of now light col
ored Prints expected iu thia week's
new goods at Stones.
BSi, ."Shoo Fly," tho best cigar
in use, made by P. Sweeney & Co.,
next door to tho post-office.
B? A big stock of brown and
bleached muslins at Sill's.
jgy We have received those beau
tiful French Ginghams. Call and
see them at Stones.
To thk Proprietors op the Calabar
Grains axd to thk Pubuc: It gives me
pleasure to add my unsolicited testi
.1 Imony to the cfiicacy of the Calabar
imony to the cnicacy of
jGrains. in headache, dy
s lpation, and dizzin
charm. In concli
sar that 1 have w
ness, they work like
usion, permit me to
- . . 1 A f
say tnat 1 nave written oniy wuai 1
know from actual experience and par
ticular inquiry, to be true of the justly
celebrated Calabar Graixs.
Yours, Very Truly,
C. B. Bozmax.
Mc Connelsvil'e, Ohio, June 24 3m.
BgL. Calabar Grains are for sale by
ST White Gloves and white
Fringe expected this week at Hal
liday & Co's, from Philadelphia.
SgL. IIoop Skirts, the latest style at
Stone's i& tho place to buy Gai
t3 25 cts.' will buy a plug
crood navy tobacco at tho sign
the Indian Imago, next door to tho
Just received at Adaib's Book Store, com
prising School Books, Miscellaneous Publica
tions, Primers, Toy Books, Games of Authors,
" Fresh Laurels," Cum Labels, Rubber Ink
stands, Card Pencils, Initial Paper, and ma
ny other Goods new, fresh, and selling at
very low prices.
Bgi, Our stock of Goods was never
better than at present, particularly in
the Dry Goods and Notion line. We
strive to please all who call, and sell
coods as low as the lowest.
F. Sill & Co.
Stone's is the place to buy Gai
ters. JST From the great number of
Spectacles sold by H.J3. Vincent &
Bro., we aro forced to the conclu
sion that the Diamond Glasses aro
a success. .
S5 Black and white striped calico,
Trunks and Valises just received at
socks for summer wear
ftk splendid slock of Juvenile Books, beau
tifully bound, and of unexceptionable mat
ter, now at Adaib's Book Store, and a fresh
supply receivedhis day. .
tS? If you want cheap Hals go
to G.E. Halliday & Co's-
Bfu Piquo, white and printed,
ind Fringe and Buttons to match
Still they rush the ladies we
mean to the emporium for Millinery
and Fancy goods of the Misses Hol-
brook's. New goods are received ev
ery week, and they are always of the
latest and handsomest styles.
An excellent Methodist Hymn Bcok for
revival occasions, with Music arranged for
each Hymn, now at Adair's Book Store.
. ess?" Cochnan, Bozman & Co., are
nw agents for, and are selling 6 differ
ent kinds of Mowers and Reapers, all
of which they warrant not to cut the
Eve Teeth of the Purchaser :
The Champion Reaper & Mower,
World " "
Cayuga Chief "
S?" If you want the best and
dryest cigars, stop at sign of the
Indian Image, next door to the
BBuy your WALL PAPER t Adaib's
Book Store. They keep the largest and best
stock, and sell at the lowest prices.
jgi. Five dozen colored Kid
Gloves, at $1.25, expected in a few
days at Stone's.
t- Keep Cool ! Another lot of
Fans at G. E. Halliday & Co's.
8- ''Shoo Fly" Bleaehed muslins
the nicest in the market, at Sill's.
sa-Keep !n mind that they have a large
stock of WIJTDOW SHADES, ol all kinds,
at Adair's Boole Store, and are selling them
at very low prices.
in, Boy's sizes
of papef collars at
S Silk Parasols!
Gingham Parasols !
Cotton Parasols !
tS$ Cotton Parasols !
Gingham j'arasols !
Silk Parasols I
tflRU Tink, green, blue and brown
checked Ginghams at Sills.
tST Stone's theplace to buy Gaiters.
' Few and fresh slock of Family Bibles
gotten up in good style, and very cheap
just received at Adair's Book Store.
At McConnelsville, Ohio, on the 0th
inst., by Rev. C. W. Courtright. "Mr.
John M. Kelly and Miss Ellen J. En
low; both of Morgan Co., Chio.
By James M. Oaylord. J. P., at his
office June 16 1870, Mr. Manlv .Smith to
Miss Mary C. Thompson; both of this
McCONNELSVILLE, June 23, 1870.
FLOUR Best famiiy 55 50;
WHEAT $1 ,00 per bobhel.
CORN MEAL 0,80 per bnsbel.
CORN" 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. SpriDg, 50.00. Fall, S1.C".
OATS 35 tenta per bushel, wholesale.
HAY S15.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 83,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEED--SI 75 to 2 00.
BEANS $2 00 per basbel.
DRIED APPLES 6cs. per pound.
DRIED PEACHE33 00 per bush.
POTATOES 50 40 per Dush., at
BUTTER-- 20 eta. per pound,
EGGS 15 cts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR- 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR-- 14 to 17 e1s..lb.
COFFEE 20 to 30 cts. per lb.
TEA- 51 00 to 1 60 pr lb.
MOLASSES Sorguni 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
syiiUP $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
sale. - CANDLES 20cts per lb.
SOAP by har 10c.
CODFISH lOots, per lb. .
SALT 5175 per bbl.
WOOL 30 to 40cts per lb.
SIDES PicVekd, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40cla. per gi.llno.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
THURSDAY, June 16, 1870.
Beef Cattle The receipts during
the past week amounted to 1.312 head,
being considerably more than for sev
eral weeks previous.. Buyers general
ly held off, notwithstanding a consess-
ion of 1-4 to 3-8c, was made by holders,
and the market was very dull. The
market opened this morning without
animation, and continued slow and
dragging during the day. About 100
head of the offerings were left over
unsold, and some 275 -head of the re
ceipts were reshipped East without
being offered here. Prices ranged as
follows : Very best beeves at $3 371-2
to 9 25; generally rales first quality at
$? to 8 25; medium rr good fair quality,
$6 25 to 6 75; ordinary thin steers, ox
en and cows, $5 to C; inferior and low
est grade? of cattle, $150 to 525; gen
general average of the market to day,
$6 75; extreme range of prices, 4 50 to
9 25. Most of the sales were from 57
to 7 75 per 100 lbs. Of the receipts,
751 head came from Ohio, 300 from
West Virginia, 137 from Virginia, 70
from Maryland and 36 from Illinois
Of the offerings 083 head were taken
by Baltimore butchers, 19 to farmers
for grazing. 22 to country butchers,
23 to York, Tenn., and 7 head to An
napolis; total sales, 912 head.
SnEEP The receipts during tho past
week have been in excess of the de
mand, consequently prices are still on
the decline. Lamb3 and good stock
sheep are in fair request. Trices to
day ranged as follows : Fair to good
sheep at 4 to 5c, extra 53-4c. per pound
gross. Stock sheep, 51 75 to 2 87 per
head. Lambs at $2 to 4 per head
Receipts this week 6,845 head, against
4,234 last week, and 5,214 head same
time last year.
LIogs The receipts during the past
Week have been large, and although
there has been a fair demand, rates
were hard to maintain. Trices to-day
ranged as follows: At $12 25 to 1325
per 100 pounds net for fair to prime
hogs. Receipts this week 7, SS6 head,
against 4,284 last week, and 4,S15 head
same time last vear.
XCSEY CAXXOT BUY IT !
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES !I
J. E.SPENCER &CO.
Of N. Y., which are row offered to the
public, are pronounced by all the celebra
ted Opticians of tho World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eje
ever known. They are ground under their
own supervision, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, end derive their
name, ' Diamond," on account ol their
hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
On yih'vh they are eonstrucred brings the
core or center of the lens directly id front
of tho eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, heathy sight, and
preventing all unpleasant scnatioi.s, such
as glimmering and wavering of sight, diz"
ziness, Lc, peculiar to all others iu use.
They are mouoted in the Finest Man
ner, In frames of the bet qaulit.v of all ma
terials used for that purpose. Their Guish
and dnrability cannot bo farpnssed.
CAllTION. None genuine unless
bearing their trade mark stamped on every
II. B. YIXCEXT & BRO.,
Jewelers hrd Opticians, are 6ola agenfs
'or McConnelsville, Ohio, from whom they
can only be obtained. These good3 are
not supplied to Ptdlera at any price.
Jane 3, 1S70 ly.
J. C. STONE, Agent,
Uotice is hereby given that the subscri
ber has been appointed and qualified as
Administrator, with the will annexed, on
the estate of Abraham Roberts, late of
Morgan Co., Olno, deceased.
Dated at McCounelsvilla this 16th day
of June, H70.
"WILLIAM :. EfKEIi'.
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Besides a Greater Variety of
jpU- Than any paper ever published iu
Iu Even- ToiTissIiIp In this
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
this puper. aud to whom
LIB ER All CASH WAGES J
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Job Printing !
"While we. are prepared to do all kinds of
.lain Job Printing neatly and expeditious
y, we cult
Special .Attention !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
AND :;SUC1I JOB
"Work in general, as wo are enpjdied with
the bestuud lurrest assortment uf
For iuch purposes, that ever was in ilc
Conicl3villc. OFFICE AV
KELLY'S BUILDING !
SOUTH-WEST CORNER-. OFJUB-
-Ipr 0 1S7(?. -
DRY GOODS, &.C.
MADE TO ORDER.
Country Prod ucc
May be found at hi9 office on
THE S O I'TII-YV EST COKA EU
Mf CONNELSVILLE-, OHIO,
At all times, when not absent on Profess
. 1S73. sra!JG Trade. 1S70.
Adams & Kaliler
hare a well selected stork of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Quevnsivare, Bouts ind Shoes, 4 c,
GKEATLY REDUCED PEICES
STOLE :5orlh-West Corner of Center and
. JI 'Connelsville, Ohio.
April 23 ly.
Robert Hi. Morris
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, iuuiiing .uaieriais, Siielt .Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TIX AXD SHEET IXOX VTA RE
Opposite the Court House,
TT. C. TKESIZE
aslis the pablic to call and examine his
specimen FhotugraphB, Ferrotypes, Am
I rotypes, Gems, ic, Jtc, which cannot be
in passed anywhere. Ho has perfected ai
raiigtiuenU vhereby any one can bo ac
comodated wiih tho finest of Oil Painting
aud pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's 8uddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'a
Bonding, Center Street, rConnclsville,
Jan 1 ly.
AIL IL ,
rou BUSINESS PONE ON A
STRIClMiY CASH SYSTEM Ijzi
Hay 7, 1860-tf.
gULLIVAN & BROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PKIXTIXG
Our cpecialty. Music, Magazines, Jfcc.
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. Blank Book -for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Jtc, beat paper at th
Zaneaville, Oct. 13, ISC9.
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