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TWO DOLLARS A IEAB IN
FRIDAY, . . . . JnlySjlSTO.
rrcbiblfion Coantr Ticket.
JOHN h. HURRY.
fob raosEcenxo attobket,
JOdlMT A. T. CREW.
WILLIAM II. COOL.
FOB 1KFIRMART DIB ECTOR,
SIMPKIN II. BROWN.
A Word to Our Patrons.
We tlace the Frobibition County
Ticket lit the head- of oar paper this
week. In so doing, we nrge on all our
readers the necessity of their falling
into line and giving it tbrir hearty sup
port. The Campaign this Fall, for
County officers, will have but one issue
ia it, and that whether Whisky or Tem
perance . shall triumph. . There . has
been a complete understanding effect
ed between the Whisky Rings of both
-the old political parties of the County,
and both of these Rings are earnestly
at work with a common object in view,
to-wit: the defeat of the Prohibition
County Ticket. D C. Finkerton, the
leader of the Republican Whisky Ring,
and James M. Gaylord, the leader of
the Democratic Whisky Ring, have
shaken hands, buried the hatchet, and
now stand-shoulder to shoulder, fight
ing under a common banner.
The only hope these old command
ers of the Whisky Brigades entertain
for" success, is in being able to draw off
from the Prohibition County Ticket
the support of the moral and christian
men of the Democratic Party, by put
ting in nomination a so-called "Demo
cratic County Ticket. To effect this
end they have falsely and maliciously
circulated a report that we refused to
publish a Call for a Democratic County
Convention; and then, by trickery and
fraud, they induced five of the mem
bers of the Democratic Central Com
mi t tee, Gaylord being one of them, to
issue a Call, through the McConnelsville
Herald, for said Convention. We sup
pose said Call will appear in this week's
if sue of the Heralds It will appear, pro
bably, tinder the head of "New Adver-
If we know the substantial and mor
al men of the Democratic party of
Morgan county, and we think we do,
this dodge of Pinkerton, Gaylord &
Co., to defeat the Prohibition County
Ticket, and elect the Republican Whis
ky Ticket, which is the object desired
by both of them, will prove abortive.
It strikes us that Gaylord, with all his
ability to falsify and work in the dark,
will find that the Democracy of Moe-J
gan will not be made a cat'a paw of to
pnll Whisky Republican chestnuts out
of the fire. .
It is the duty of every well-wisher of
society; every advocate of Christianity,
morality and humanity, whether they
be Democrats or Republicans, to rally
to the support of the Prohibition Coun
ty Ticket, and teach snch men as Pink
erton and Gaylord that men of their
principles will not be countenanced.
On Tuesday, there was some local
excitement here over the trial of one of
our citizens for vending beer contrary
to the provisions of our Town Ordin
ance. The affidavit was filed on Fri
day of last week, and the defendant
desiring to fight the matter, the Court
postponed the trial until Tuesday,
thereby giving the defendant ample
time to send to Zanesville and get
Judge Harsh to come down and defend
him. Marsh was on hand at the ap
pointed time; and, after the forenoon
waa spent in getting a Jury, J . T. Crew,
who was acting Prosecuting Attorney
for the Corporation, discovered that a
great many of the most important wit
nesses for the Corporation had not
been subpoenaed, and that 6ome who
were subpoenaed were not present.
Crew immediately made application to
the Court for a continuance of the case
until said witnesses could be obtained,
which the Court refused. At 2 o'clock,
1. M., the examination of witnesses
who were present began; and, after an
hour spent, the prosecution rested.
The defence introduced no testimony.
Mr. Crew then announced to the Court
that he would not claim a conviction
on the testimony he had been able to
bring before the Jury. The Jury,
therefore, declared the defendant "not
guilty" without rising from their seats
This state of affairs caused no little re
joicing among the beer venders, you
bet ! But it was short-lived. A second
thought showed them that the object
in bringing Judge Marsh down here
had not been accomplished. The truth
of the matter was that they had club
bed together and raised money en
ough, one hundred dollars, to get J odge
Marsh to undertake to defeat the case
in the expectation that the defendant
would be convicted and an opportuni
ty thereby offered to take the case into
the higher Courts and have the validi
ty of the Ordinance tested; and, the
Corporation failing to make out a rase
nnder the Ordinance, the opportunity
for getting the Ordinance before the
higher Courts was lost, and Marsh was
entitled to hi money. These second
thoughts are said to hare caused a spas
modic contraction of their jubilant fa
ces. In justice to Mr. Crew it becomes
us to say that the case did not fail be
cause of any fault of bis. The case was
made when he was requested to- go into
it. He done all that ar.y Attorney
could have done under the circumstan
ces, and his management of the' case
was highly eulogized by some of the
ablest lawyers fat this county.
A Giant Apple Trii. Slraftm
H. Brcwn tells us of s giant Apple
tree on Mr. John Becket's farm, in
Windsor Tovroahip, that is an ob
ject of curiosity to- many people.
ft i8-elever feet and seven inches
in eircttm-ferentfe two and a half
feet from the ground, anl fe between
forty and fifty years old), and o-rigi-rally
wa f the natural1 atoefc, but
has been grafted with the Putnam
Kussct. of wbrcb it yields annually
a bounteous etippiy.
The McConnelsville' Herald pub
lishes the Call for the so-called "Dem
ocratic County Convention" gratuitans-
A Sociable for the benefit of the
Methodist (Protestant) Church will be
held this,-Friday, evening at the resi
dence of Mf. Samuel Smith. All are in
vited to attend.
' By order" of Committee".
IQ. Eev. Ilenry Cooper, of the Mc
Connelsville Presbyterian Church,
delivered a telling Temperance Ser
mon on last Sabbath morning. Had
we space, we should give the gist of
his remarks. If our Clergymen, as
a body, would plant themselves as
firmly and Bquarely on the Temper
ance platform as Rev. Cooper has
done, we would find fewer profess
in christians apologizing for the
How is this fob IIigh ? Knowing
that there has been an increasing de
mand for a good quality of Cigars, at
reasonable prices, and believing that
the prices now asked are entirely too
high, or the quality too low, our towns
man, C. E. Cochran, has undertaken to
manufacture a No. One Cigar, which
would meet the requirements of the
people, and has met with remarkable
success. HIb "Havana Tips" just fill
the bill, being far superior to the gen
erality of 5 cent Cigars, yet retailing
two for 5 cents. He also furnishes them
to dealers and retailed, who sell at the
same rates, nis Stogas are alwiys up
to standard, and his Chewing Tobacco
cannot be beaten in quality or price,
being reduced to meet the demands of
the times. Mr. Cochran informs ns
that he holds himself responsible for
everything sold by him, or in other
words, satisfaction insured or "stamps"
refunded. Don't forget to call and see
for yourselves, at the sign ot "Jim
t Andrew Kahler, senior proprie
tor of the McConnelsville Herald, is blow
ing on the streets that "the Whisky
Republicans and Whisky Democrats of
this Jouaty wQl knock the Prohibi
tion County Ticket into a cocked hat
"Battle of Oil Sprikg Rtrw.'V On
last Saturday morning it became
known throughout McConnelsville and
Malta that there was to be a "Platform
Dance" near the mouth of Oil Spring
Run; and, consequently, some of the
"bloods" of botn towns repaired thith
er. Unfortunately, on their way, or
soon after they got there, they run
afoul of some "A. No. 1 Fighting Whis
ky," which recalled to their minds an
old feud that has been existing be
tween Malta "bloods" and McConnels
ville "bloods", from time immemorial.
As might be expected under such cir
cumstances, it did not take long to kick
up a fight, and a single fight proved to
be but a prelude lo a general battle.
For about a half an hour the pleasant
pastime of knocking each other down
was indulged in, when Malta succum
bed to the superabundance of "sand''
possessed by McConnelsville. It is sai-1
that not a McConnelsville boy received
even a scratch. 'One Maltonian receiv
ed a pretty severe blow with a stone,
which came near breaking his jaw
bone. Malta indulged in some talk
about arresting McConnelsville for a
riot, but when it was mentioned that
McConnelsville would retaliate by pro
secuting Malta for selling the whisky,
the whole matter was dropped.
Farmer's Insurance Company,
Amos 8. Whitaker, well known to many
of our citizens, is the Agent for Morgan
county, for the Farmers Insurance eompa
ny, Jelloway, Ohio. A statement of said
company's assets may be found elsewhere
in thie paper, and we invite special atten
tion to it.
This company was formed by some enter,
prising eitisene of Knox county, Ohio, who
were determined to get up a sate company,
and one, too, that did not require to be sua
taiced by extortionate rate of premiums.
The plan of this project waa to combine low
rates with perfect indemnity, and at the
same time to pay the Stockholders a fair re
muneration for capital employed. It is un
necessary for us to say that the project was
a success, for this ia well known to be the
ease by all who have augbt to do with In
ru ranee matters. The company was orig
inally a mutual company, but in June, '68,
it was changed into a Joint Stock company
with a paid np capital of $100,000 00, all of
which was invested in Botes or Bonds, se
cured by First Mortgage on wnenenmbered
Beat Estate, worth at least double the am'
ount of money loaned thereon. All will
concede that a more -tare investmentof the
funds of the company could not have been
made. This company cor fines its business
to the insurance oi safe risks, that is it does
not insure tumble-down and hazardous city
property. Its business is with the farm
erf, and with them alone. Anotker feature
about this eempany is that ft insures the
full value of personal property, and incase
of partial losses, pays the full amount of
damages to buildings, without ded acting
one-third, as ia the custom, with most com
panies. Mr. Whitaker will travel the County
through the coming season, and he will give
the most satisfactory explanation of the bu
sCness of the company to all that fee! inter
Oldest Livtso Natives or Ohio. The
Marietta Register says:
"Some paper up in the centre of the
State is telling of some man in Lick
g county, 72 years old, as "probably
the oldest living white native of Ohio."
Not posted, by considerable. There are
more than a dozen men now living in-
Washington county, born .here, who
are over 72 years old, to-wit: Judge O.
E. Loring, 80; Alpha Devol, 80; Jere
miah Wilson, 79; Wm. Pitt Putnam,
78; CoL E. S. Mcintosh, 77; Truman
Guthrie, 75; Col. Jehn Stone, 75: C. M.
Woo-Jr 74; CbL John Mills, 74; Pardon
Cook, 74; Jooas 3fasoa 73; and? An-
eelm-Tl Nye and Ilenry Fearing have
both turned 75. Besides Wm-. Moody,
f Ciiscinimti, born there, is 80; and
Mrs. Evan W. Thomas, born in Fort
Uarnrar, daughter of Gen. Harnr, is
83. and is "the oldest living white na-
Jelloway, Ohio. For the Con Servative.
Jelloway, Ohio. For the Con Servative. Concerning the Infirmary and
Its Management—Card from
As Directors of the County Infirma
ry, we feel it our duty to say, in regard
to.the chastisement, at the Infirmary,
of Michael Grady, an obstinate and in
corrigible boy of about fourteen years
of age, that, after a thorough investi
gation of the case, we entirely approve
of Mr. Simpson's (the Superintendent)
course; that, under the circumstances,
he was fully justifiable in doing just
what he did. The inmates of the In
stitution, with the boy's moth.er, say
that he did right in administering the
correction; and that the father of the
boy, for so untruthfully representing
the case to the public, deserted to be
rigidly dealt with. There never was a
ease more completely misrepresented. The
stories to the father that the boy was
and beat within all inch of his
life, and that Mr. Simpson Was drunk,
are all malicious raisenooas. au oi
;nmotM tpstifv that he never has
V - V W J
J been intoxicated at the Infirmary; that
t -k 1IUVAVIV mm - -
they never even suspicioned him to
m a . -1 1 Vtsw'a failw
have been drinking. The boy a falh
er, at two different times, came to him
statins that neither himself nor the
boy s mother could control him, and
wished Mr. Simeon to oblige the boy
, , . .i . ;
go regularly to school being placed
here among a number of boys his in
subordination could no longer be tol
erated. The influence his conduct was
exerting among the other boys by
swearing, fighting, playing truant from
school, Ac, obliged the Superintend
en t, as a last resort, to correct him.
. . 1 .1 .
Four lashes was the extent of all this
terrible abuse, 4c, that his father so
The Grady family are transient pan
pers, and with their experience and
shrewdness in imposing upon the pub
lic, reached this place traveling from
Bangor, Maine". They were found des
titute and sent to the Infirmary by the
Trustees of Morgan Township, some
weeks ago. They were allowed to re
main here up to this time, by their re
presenting that they had written to a
brother of his, some place in this State,
who was wealthy, and that no doubt
would send them money to take them
to him, now that they were destitute.
They first represented that they came
here to get help from two brothers of
Mrs. Grady's, then again that it was
not them, but a brother of Mr. Grady's.
We, for a while, sympathised with
them, being in a destitute condition,
and all the time considering it policy
to wait a few days so that they might
get funds and thereby save the coun
ty the expense of shipping them away.
The only resortnow ia to immediately
return them on the public where they
have a legal residence.
As a general thing, Township Trus
tees should, for the sake of saving un
necessary expense, (as they do in oth
er counties), whefl applicants are not
legal residents of the county, d'sposeof
them without sending them to the In
firmary. For the last four years those
whose duty it has been and is at pres
ent, to look to the management of the
Institution in the interests of the coun
ty and the inmates of the place, have
claimed it to be the best conducted in
stitution of the kind in Eastern Ohio,
and that it is not an unfounded claim.
Directors in the above time, from sev
eral other counties in Ohio, have visit
ed and expressed themselves to that
effect. Also citizens of the county,
who are interested in the wellfare of
those who have been so unfortunate as
to become their public charge, have
expressed themselves proud of the fact
that Morgan county was behind no
other in looking to the interest and
comfort of its poor.
Dr. Brown, Dr. Hedges, A. Kahler,
CoL Ball and others, have lately visit
ed the place and have remarked that
nowhere could be found a better In
firmary than Morgan count has. .
O. M. LOVELL,
gT Mr. M. R. Andrews, Superin
tendent of the Harmar Public
Schools for three years past, has re
signed, to take a position m the
Public Schools of Steabenville. Mr.
Andrews is a good teacher, a per
fect gentleman, and made hosts of
fneads while hero, we coramena
him to the favorable consideration
mm CO ine iavoraote consiuerawvu
fth,e . whmn he h cast
his lot. Marietta liegisler.
Prohibition and Republicanism
In last week's issue of the McCon
ntUville Herald there is an article
stating that the Prohibitionists of
Maine have resolved that the Re
publican party of the same State is
good enough temperance party lor
them; and, consequently, the third
party movement there has been
abandoned. The Herald wants to
know why the same plan will not
answer the Prohibitionists of Ohio.
The Temperance Times answers tho
Herald, and all others, thusly:
'Iftbe Eepublicans of Ohio de
sire to kill the "third party move
ment, they 6bould try the plan
which their party friends in Maine
have adopted. The Boston News
says tbv .Republican candidate for
Governor. Hr. Benbam. isaradreal
Temperance man of the first water;
bvltevcs n a proniDuory law oi tne
strongest kind, and he practices to
tal abstinence at home and abroad.
The rum .Republicans did not mean
to have a man for Governor bo pro
nounced on the Temperance ques
tion, but they were obliged to ac
cept him, as they were in tho minor
ity. Then the following resolution
was passed with great eelat:
"Eesolved, That we ruuew onr ad
hesion to the principle of Prohibi
tion, and a vigorous and impartial
enforcement of the law to that
Now. let the Republicans of Ohio
go and do likewise, and the '-third
party," which they deprecate so
muc. wiIS be rw weir way no long
. . i i t
er, Tfrerr party wonia dotb a live
issue on which to1 make figbt, and
there would then be some hope of
earrrfriflr the State. But if the Re.
puWiean party continues tinder the
control of whi6kv rf nxrs and boor
salooo politician- it. is doomiad lo
ignominious defeat. Of course the
demagogues of the party will chargo
that defeat to the Prohibitionists,
but they should blame themselves
only. No party can long succeed
under such leadership."
A Young Life Overshadowed
BY NED BUNTLINE
pearance but that of poverty, for-
bade the thought. 1 m ust have mis-
understood her, and I asked a repe
to She was young, would have been
beautiful, bad not her pale face been
pinched with Want and suffering
until each bone stood out almost
visible. In her arms she carried a
babe. By the hand she led a three
vear old boy, barefooted, but bis lit
tle hands and face were clean as
water could make them. His hair,
like that of his mother, a light, sunny-brown,
was combed out in wavy
That mother, old only with care
and grief, could not have seen her
It Was near the City Hall I met
"If you please, sir," she said, m a
low, tremulous tone, "win you ai
A V VU UtV wV V -a-4 w - '
gain admission for myself and little
t v It a TAirAnua7"
Great Heaven! Her language,
hr ladr-liltft manner, every ap-
titinn of her anect'on.
Yes she wished to find tf3 Com
missioners of Public Charities to
gain admission to the Alm3 House.
Was I wrong as a journalist, was
I in error as a man striving to do
some good in the world, if 1 sought,
while aiding her to some extont, to
I 1 l 1 1 a 1,.. lUm on4
learn what brought her to this sad
If so, lam able and willing to
bear the wrong in my own name
and on my own responsibility.
The story was brief, and I veri
fied it by "visiting references, be.
fore I slept.
That young woman was a widow,
too poor to buy even a mourning
dress. Her husband had been mur
dered by rum. Ho was but one of
ten thousand yearly victims direct
yearly victims in the Excelsior
State. Once, and that when four
years before he wedded her, he was
wealthy. Jler mother had given
her the only child to him, believ
ing he woald make her life a happy
He made it a misery. Broken
hearted at her daughter's wretch
edness, the mother died. Brokenjm
pocket, in spfrit, and in health, the
husband died in a low debauch!
The widow soon will sink Into the
sea made bitter with the tears of
the wronged and the desolate.
Christians you who profess
Christ, yet sustain the traffic in al
coholic drink by patronage, by sym
pathy, or by apathetic indifference
you will be held accountable for
this at the Judgment!
Ministers who drink wine, as
well as gin and milk, cither on the
Sabbath or on week days, will ye, be
Men and women who' profess to
love humanity yet sneer at temper
ance work as fanatical vou are
just as bad as the rumseller for.be
has interest to bind him to his hor
rible trade while you have no mo
ney and no character or capital to
be maJeby your c urfe.
Thousands, like thoeo I havo de
scribed, wander in wretchedness
through our great city. Our pris
ons, our hospitals, our public asy
lums for charily are full to over
flowing with Ibe victims of licensed,
Citizens! if this continues and in
creases as it has fof years been do
ing, it is your fault. Aye, if the gut
ters run red with blood shed by the
assassin's band if wife and daugh
ter be torn from your aide, 'shriek
ing, by ruffian bands it is your
fault! Sustain the rum traffic and
you foster crime make it legal, and
you legalise crime in every shape
Grace Greenwood Likes to see
Grace Greenwood Likes to see a Fight.
From G. G's Letter to the Tribune.
I mitsed the fiery passes between
Mr. Butler and Mr. Farnsworth
yesterday, I was sorry. I seldom
take sides warmly, but I like to see
a crood fieht. 1 remember once to
have stopped the carriage I was
-. . . -
?t J"" J?J2S
elreetH of Boston, to see throujrh to
tho bitter end a fight between two
well matched boll terrier. Tet I
never conld understand a stale of
placid impartiality and sereno neu
trality of the good wife of the Fron
tier, who stood umpire over the
contest between her husband and
the bear. I should bave leaned to
ward the husband, or the grizzly,
according to circumstances. Well,
dog"pits are not thought exactly
proper resorts fof fine ladies and
gentlemen, now-a-days, and then a
squeamish modern refinement has
mad a hflflr-f ardena obsolete, and
bull-fights are the aristocratic luxu-:
nes ot our good iriends and auies
at Madrid but this is a world of
compensations after all.
j&r- Splendid assortment of Goods, of all
kinds, now at Adair' Book Store.
3, Parasols at Reduced Prices I
Parasol at Reduced Prices !
Parasols at Reduced Prices !
at John B. Stone's.
THE LARGEST lot of Window Shades in
Morgan cuntyf now at Adair's Book Store,
They hare lb best Goods made, and sell
tbem very chp.
Sr German Silver S
at Factory prices, at H.
loons, to the trade,
I. Vincent k Bros.
Pictures Framed tt otfc9 at the Jew
elry Btora oi n. a. vinnt & uro.
The largest, best, and cheapest lina
of if sir Brushes, Clothes Brashes, Tootb
Brcfches, Nail Brushes, Combs, Toilet Soaps,
Ac, Jtc, now at Adair's Book Store
To tbs Proprietors or tut CLtiVkX
rUl.rvi LVD Tfl THE PBRT.Tf!- Tt fftwAt ma
pleasure to add my nneolicited testi
mony to tmer emcttcy or the Calabar
Grains. In headache, dyspepsia, con
stipation, and dizziness, they work like'
a charnv. In conclusion, permit me to
say that I have written only what I
tnnw IVnm. ofna1 ATDriAnnAan 1 r.
tictiTar inqoiry, to be tree of the justly
lours, Very TrUly,
C. B. BozMiy.
Mc Connelsville, Ohio, June 24 3nv.
Calabar Graina are fitr siln liv
Ga ters at Reduced Trices I
GaitAm at RednMd Prices I
Gaiters at Reduced Prices I
at John B. Stone's.
THE BEST Raxors are bow sold at Adair'a
Another lot of CLIMAX HOW
EBS just received and for rale by It. L.
Eft) Protectors for Machinictj, Stone
cotters and Threshers at Vincent's.
IT rr Goods, consisting of prints, mnslin
detains, trunks, satchels, baskets, travel
ing bat's, suspenders, gentlemen' fur
nishing goods, notions of all descriptions
and many Other things, received at SILL'S.
51. Bargains in Gaiters I
Bargains in Gaiters !
Bargains in Gaiter I
Bargains in Gaiters I
at John B. Stone's.
sg- If you want goody dry iffar, yoa
can get them at P. Sweeney 4 Co's., in any
quantity. They have the best. S'gn of the
Cochran, Bosnian Jt Co, hnvejuet
received a nice assortment of Carriage, Sul
ky, and Riding whip, ranging in price
from ten cents to four dollars. Also a fine
assortment of Whip Lashes from twi feet to
eleven feet in length. Give them a call be
$3" Slippers at Reduced Prices I
Slippers at Red tired Prices !
Clippers at Reduced Prices I
at Join B. Stoue's.
SV- ICVntupkr Straus in the wav of cf-
:ar trimmings, good and clear of stems,
Swteiiy A Co's-, sign of the Indian Im-
IF TOT WANT line Hvse, Handkerchief?,
Thread Lace, Black Guipure Lace, Buttons,
Coinbt, Knitting Cotton, Gloves, Embroid
eries, White Goods, Black Velvet Ribbons,
Hoop Skirts, and Millinery Goods, go to U.
E. Hallidoy A Co's.
t "lToS can get the best article of Snuff
at P. Sweeney k Co's , sign of ti;J Indian
NEW GOODS daily arriving at A-Jair's
Book Store. By keeping up their stock with
all articles rtquired'in their trade,together
with constant additions of new and fresh
Goods, this firm is enabled at all times,
to ofler the liberal purchaser an accepta
ble line of Goods, and by tbrir enterprise
in these particular?, are deserving the pat
ronage of the public in all article pertain
ing to the trsde
Wool ! Wool ! ! fTol ! ! !
Bear it in mind that C. L. Hall is
Ua Kt1i not At L.-Vi tM-IAAO tViI 0A1
lie has. already, "bought more exten
sively than any year preceding tnar, ne
has been in the business. You can
find him at his business house in Malta.
At the'rr sidence of the bride's par
ents, June 3Uth, by B. E. EdgelJ, Wm.
d. Fouts to Hattie Stewart, all of Mor
gan county, Ohio.
On June 22d, 1870, at the house of
the bride's father, in Uuionville, Mor
gan county, Ohio, by W. C. Early J. P.,
Mr. Leander Keever to Miss Kebecca
W. Hedge, all of this county.
At Stockport, Ohio, June 30th, 1S70,
by William Beswick, J. P , Mr.Thomas
Gillespie and Miss Mary Medly, both
of Morgan county.
AtStockport, Ohio,- July 4th, 1870.
by William Beswick, J. P, Mr. Joseph
Sheets and Miss Mary Longly, both of
There has bem no changf in tbe McCon
nelsville market since our last publication
except the price of Tool, which is now
worth about 42 cents per pound.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
THURSDAY, June 30, 1870.
Beep Cattle Owing to the ccm
dilion of the weather yesterday tho
transactions in cattle were very lim
ited, buyers and sellers being com
pelled to leave the sale pens on ac
count of the great heat. The mar
ket opened very dull this morning,
and continued so until the cksc
dealers finding it hard to make sales
at a decline of J to c. on last week's
prices. Prices range ns follows:
Very best beeves at SSfgS 25; gen
erally rated first quality at S77 75
medium or good fair quality $6,
7o7 2&; ordinary thin steers, oxen
and cows 866 50; inferior and low
est grades of cattle H 255; general
average of tfre market to-day ?6 25;
extreme range of prices $i 25($.8 25.
Most of the sales were' from f G 75
7 25 per ICO pounds. Of the re
ceipts 431 head came from Ohio,
395 from "West Virginia, 171 from
Virginia, 68 from Illinois and 42
from Maryland; total receipts, 1,157
bead. Of the offerings 633 bead
were taken by Baltimore botchers,
195 sold to speculators for Eastern
markets, and 23 to country dealers
total sales for the wcefc, 851.
SrfEEP -The market has been well
supplied during the past week with tat
sheep, nearly all of the arrivals being
of that class for which there is a fair
demand at quotations. Good stock
Bheep are wanted. Prices to-day rang
ed as follows: Fair -to good sheep at
4 to 5e,; extra, 5 l-2ct .per lb. gross.
Stock iheep $1 75 to 82 50 per head.
Lambs at $2 to $4 per head, lieceipts
this week, 9 891 head, against 3,856 last
week, ft,215 bead 6an?e time last year.
HoG8-The receipts during the past
treek were not so large as the previous
week, but with only a limited demand
there is no change in rates. Prices to
day raneed as follows; At $12 25 to 12,
75 lor corn fed, and 12 per 100 pounds
net for still fed hogs. Receipts this
week, 5,891 head, against 6,054 last
week, and 5,339 head same time last
O. H. WOODWOBTH.
W. C. DAVIDSON.
ISTo. 201 Liberty St.,
roa TBS gix or
T"AnI all kinds of Conn trr rrodnce.-tS
Consignments So'icited. Returns made
A Liberal Ad raac aiado cn Consignment.
Notice is hereby given that I lie undersign
ed, Sheriff of the cVnnty of Morgan, will,
by virtue of an exrention ioed by the
Coort of Common Pless of raid County, id
fiTor of Samuel Thompson and against
William IJ. MeCarty, and to him diiecteJ,
at 10 o'clock Ai M.. on
Friday, the 22d Day orjaly A.
in lie Incorporated Village of McConnels
ville, in Morgtn Township, in said county,
t fier for sale at pahlic net ion, the follow
ing good and chatttl, trswit : Foor or
Five Thousand Feet (4,00J or 5 000) oi
White Oak Joisi. 2 by 12. 22 feet lon ;
One Thousand Teetcf Poplar (1,000) Scan
tlingf more or les?,2 by 5,20 feet long.and
one ne Platform Express Wagon. Tak
en on said execution as the property of said
William H. Mc''arty. Terms cash.
A. I). HAVENER, Stiff. M. C. O.
John E. Hanna, Attorney.
Jaly 8, 1870-2w.
Sixth Annual Statement of the
Farmers' Insurance Co.
m m -m mm v
'.of In?nrDce, V
s, Fib. 5,1870.)
AtDTroBor Stat's Orrice,
It is hereby certified. That tbe Fanuesa
Inforaire Company, located at Jelloway.
Ohio, in tbe Slate of Ohio, has complied in
all respects with tbe laws of tbis State re
lating to Fire Insurance Companies, for the
enrrent year, and has filed in Ibis office a
sworn statement, by the proper cftieers
theieof. showing its condition and basinr-
at the oVe of snch statement, December 31.
18C9, to be as follow?:
Am't of setnal capital pair! np, $100,000 00
Ag. aru't of available Assets, . 125,653 18
Aggregate am't of Liabilities (ex
cept capital), incloding re-in-aurance
at 50 per cent, of unex
pended premiums, would be $8 -JI04
61; at 40 per cent, regarded
a absolute liability re-msur-anee
Amount of Income for the prece
ding year in cash, 7,829 79
Amount of Income for premiums
on risks written during tbe year
not paid in cash. 5,803 42
Amount of expenditures for tho
preceding year in cash, 3,279 13
Amount of Premium Xotes held
by the company under former
organization, 11,865 77
In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the Seal of
Seal J my Ufiice to be affixed, tne aay
and year above written.
JAS. H. GODJWAK, And. of State.
AMOS S VI ailTAKEIt,
Traveling and Soliciting Afjt.
1 f SSC.ELX.AX EOrS.
For Parlors, Churches and Lodges, are su
peripr in great fullness of Tone," Exprcss-
i T- i . . - - r rr . I.
ion, iuu jjiuBiiriij vi luucii.
23,000 Hare Been Sold and
Are Xow In Use.
Trices, from SJOO (o SI.fJtRL
For eironlars,-ivins prices and styles of
each instrumen addrens or call on
C. E. KAHLER,
Slay 27, 1870 2nu
DR. JKO. ALEXANDER,
all articles pertaining to the
ter He has on hand constantly alargeand
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
BE ATT Yl&s PE ACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. mfcrll,lS70-ly.
iOSEi CASXOT BCI IT !
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES!!
J. E. SPENCER &CO.
Of N. T., which are now ffered to the
public, are pronounced by all tbe celebra
ted OpticiatiS of the World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the hnmarrejs
ever known. They ars'gfouod under their
own supervision, from minute Ciystal
Pebbles, melted togetht r, and derive their
name, '-.Diamond," on account ot their
hardness and biillLincy.
The Scientific Principle
On mh'vh they are constructed brings the
core or center of the lens directly in front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, healthy sight, and
preventing all unpleasant sensations, such
ag gftamering and wavering cf Bight, d la
ziness, Jre peculiar to all others-in use.
They are mono ted in tbe Finest Man
ner, In frames oi the best quality of all ma
terials used for that pnrpose. Their finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
CAlJTION. None genuine unless
bearing their trade mark Bfanyjj ed on every
frame. - .
IkV TS. VIXCEXT & BIU fv
Jewelers hnJ Opticians, are aula agents
for McConnelsville, Ohio, from' whom they
can only be obtained. These goods are
not supplied to Fedkrg at any price.
Jane 3, 1870 ly. .
DRY GOODS, S.C.
MADE TO ORDER.
April 29 -If.
W. R, KELLY", Iff. D.
Wav be found at his office on
TOE SO UTM-1V EST COU.MR
M 'CONNELSVILLE, OHIP,"
At all times, when not absent on Profesr
1STO. Summer Trade, isio.
Adams & ICaliler
hav a Well selected stock of Dry Goods,
G roceries, Queens ware, Boots and 8 hoes, Ac,
Q RE A tL T RED UCED PRIC&8
STCBE : Xorli-TTcst Comtr of Ceatcr an J
April 23 ly.
IT. C T RESIZE
asks the public to call and examine bis
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
broty pes, Gems, Ac, Ac, which cannot b
snrpasscd anywhere. lie has perfected ar
rangements whereby say one can be ac
comodated with the finest or Uu i am tings
and pictnrea Of India Ink Work. Booms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'a
isuiidmg, center street, ii Lonnelavuie,
Jan 1 lv.
D SALES IK
tru BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTJLY CASH SYSTEM Leaf
May 7, lS60-tf.
STEAM fOWER PRINTERS I
Blanb. Boob. Manufactory,
FEVE JOS IHISTKO
Our specialty. Masio, Hagazines Ac?,
Donnd in any siyie ana mo
rates. . ySr Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, 4c, best paper at th
Zansville, Oct. 15, IS69.
I mprcyved Family
J. C. STONE, AoEXf,
CHINA, GLASS, AND
The sabfieriber Baa opened a store in th
Hambleton Building, Korth aide of Center
6tret, above tbe Bank, McConnelsville, O.
and has Opened out a large stock of Qcmss
ware of tbe finest quality, to which he in
vites the attention of the citi2ens of Mor
gan County, and solicits their patronage.
Intending to makethe business a specialty,
he will sell his foods at as low rate as they
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The Queensware ho offers took tho
At the tariff exposition, over all competi
tors, aa the very best English Ware. Also
will keep foil stock of Glass, Yellow and
Stone Ware; French China, Lava Ware,
Vases, Mantel Ornaments, and Chtn
Toys; and, from time to time, will be added
other articles generally connected with tha
business. Parties pnrchastnff can always
be eertaia ot replacing any article that
may be broken, aa one cup, eaueer, or any
other piece belonging to a let will be sold.
Don't fail to examine our goods and price
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sol
for cash or " country produce, at market
rates. . JEA&iaSv
- may 20 6m,