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JOSEPH A. KKLLT, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR.
jrCONNICLSVILLB, OHIO :
FRIDAY, July 29, ISTO.
Democratic State Ticket.
SKrnKTAItT OF PTATE,
COXTROLLRK OF TRK TREARfRr,
JOHN H. IIEATOX.
MEMBKK BOARD OF PCBI.IC WiRK.
The Electors of Morgan County are
hereby requested to meet at the places
of holding Elections in the several
SATURDAY, JULY 30tb,
at 3 o'clock, P. M., and then and there
select two delegates for each Town
ship to represent Morgan lountyin
the Democratic Congressional Conven
tion, of the 15th District, to be held in
MARIETTA,' OHIO. ON THE 4TU
DAY OF AUGUST, NEXT.
The Democracy of Ohio and
From all parts of tbo State words
Of congratulation come oa the ex
cellence of the material composing
the Democratic Stato ticket. In
talent, in character, and in fitness
for the offices to which they are
nominated, no better ticket has ever
been presented to the voters of
Ohio. ' This is high praise, yet it is
TV ii. Rzis lit, of Cuyahoga, who
beads the ticket as the nominee for
SecreUry of State, is a yoang man
of fine talents and culture. Asa
popular orator, he has few equals.
To this, be adds business quali
fications of a high order.
For Supreme Judge, if the Radi
cals can find a better lawyer than
E. A. Habrisojt, of Madieon or
one that all men of all parlies,
would have the bams unwavering
confidence in his honesty and bis
judgment, we would like to see bim
nominated. The legal talent and
peculiar fitness of Mr. Harrison for
the station is not left to doubt.
They are endorsed by the entire
bar of Central and Southern Ohio,
irrespective of parly, and no mat
ter who the Radical nominee may
be, among even the most Radical
members of the bar, Mr. Harrison
will receive a support which, based
upon the sole ground of pre-emient
fitness, will be as well deserved as
it must be gratifying to the nominee.
John H. Heaton, of Belmont,
destined, we think, to be the next
Comptroller of the Treasury, needs
no eulogy at our hands. No better
nomination has ever been made for
that office, and none will be made.
Colonel William Spencer, the
nominee for member of Board oi
Public Works, formerly filled that
office. Under bis direction the
Miami Canal Extension was com
menced, and, if we mistake not,
finished. He is a practical en
gineer has Jine business talent,
and is as honest as the 22d day of
June is long.
With such a ticket in the field,
the Democracy of Ohio go into the
fight, determined not only to ach
ieve success, but to deaervo it. .
Tho Chicago Tribune is well
Known as the most prominent
Republican paper in the West.
It finds it to be neceesary, in order
to satisfy public opinion at the
West, to expose the follies of
Grant's weak course. The T ribvne
deplores the appointment of a man
0 little known as Frehngbnysen
to be Minister to Eogland, and
therefore tells the following plain
truths upon that nd other subjects.
The nomination oi soldiers like
Belknap, vsknown to the army,
of lawyers, like Rcbeson, unknown
to the bar, of rebels, like Akerman,
not mentioned even in Pollard's
Southern History of the War, and
of second-rate politicians like Fre
lingbaysen, who have inherited
tast enough money to be rich with
out being remarkably so, and have
acquired just enough of a smattering
of scholarship, law and politics to
be neither statesmen, lawyers, nor
scholars, can only bring credit on
republican institutions, if at all, by
Knowing that it needs no brains at
all to run them. We have no faith
in the assumption which underlies
these reiterated appointments of
nobodies, which leave In most
important offices more empty after
tboy are filled than they were
when they were vacant. If the
President thinks the country will
run itself well enough without any
aid from its officers, he is mistaken.
A long and laborious session of
CongresH is just coming to an
ignoble close without accomplish
ing anything, mainly because the
initiative given to its financial
legislation by his own adn.mistra-
tion consisted of contradictory.
blundeririff and abortive recora
mendations, which bothered end
del.nved CcncTesH without cniignt
ening it. Our foreign diplomacy
bas been either inactive orabortive.
We have been fiddling with San
Domingo wbe we ought to have
been setihng- with England. We
have been bribing Baez with
American gold when we ought to
have bee collecting the $20,00,000
due from England for her piracies
to our citizens. . The appointment
of Frelinghuysen means that this
eye tern ol ncomptrr.cy
is !o cvntinne. We have already
lost - onc-bAlf the value' of the
Alabama cUimr by neglect iu al
lowing tbera to run without inter
est for six years, knowing that no
interest i'l ever.be allowed ou
them. We are rfosing $5,000,000 a
year by keeping an excessive stock
of pold in our treasury.
We are paying $100,000,000 per
year in taxes wore than we ought,
in order to pay off in ten years a
debt which wo are pretending to
bo trying to fund for forty years.
In the matter of Cuba, we have no
credit for magnanimity from Spain,
or for sympathies with liberty
from thii Cubans. We have de
served neither. All tfis could not
come to pass if first-class abilities
were eonght for the administration
of all departments of the Govern
ment. UOtiS any Dudy 6uppote
that the nomination of rrehng
huyeen was based on any idea.
however mistaken, of promoting
the interests and dignUy of the
United Slates, or even, the welfare
and success of tho Republican
party? Does any body conceive it
represents the judgment ot ine
President's Cabinet? Does any body
hope that General Grant bps dis
covered in Mr. Frelinghuysen
eminent qualities of statesm enship,
which bis career hitherto has failed
The following graphic picture of
hell, as gotten up by the Japanese,
in order, we suppose, to frighten
the people into goodness, is given
in a recent correspondence from
Seated in the center, with the ap
pearance of repose and no suffer
ing, yet holding down sternly up
on the prisoners, was King Ben.
Before his majesty were men Knock
ing and praying for pardon. Atone
end of the long room a man was be
iug transformed into a dockcy.
Tho sprite who performed the job
had got the man horizontalized,
and standing upon what had form
erly been hand and feet, but were
iiow hoofs, and was then at work
on the mane. (Rev. Edward Beech
er should have taken a trip to Chi
na where he would have found the
doctrine of transmigration of souls,
already worked out. He - might
have been saved much distressful
logic.) At the other end of the
building a man was climbing an
almost perpendicular ice mountain,
and auother was descending head
downward. In the center of the
bnildisg and a little to the left
slood a sprito sawing a man thro'
the middle from head to foot, and
looking around at him with a hor
rid gria. A little to the right a man
was climbirjg a red-hot post fire
post. .Near ibis last figure was a
bridge, with some persons upon it
whose sine bad been remitted, and
they were going my informant did
not know exactly where. Somo
were thrust under the bridge and
were lying there. One man I saw
whose body ws nearly gone, being
crushed within the folds of a ser
pent. Every thing was nude, and
every. thing was dreadful, though
not so dread 'til as the living, mov
ing panoramic hell I saw the night
before at the inn.
THE EUROPEAN WAR.
Onr telegraph communication
with the world is beginning to be
appreciated by our citizens general
ly. Our people have been able to be
informed of the following rews as
fast asit could ba transmitted over
Paris, July 22. The Journal
Officielpublibers a circuler of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, dated
July 20, addressed to diplomatic
a&ents of r ranee at foreign capi
tals. The circular mentions the
"explanation made the 15th of
July, In tbo Chambers, in regard
to the rapid events of a negotiation
in which, as fast as we redoubled
our efforts to preserve peace, the
secret designs were developed of an
adversary resolved to render it
impossible. Whether the Berlin
Cabinet has judged war necessary
for the accomplishment of their
projects against the self-government
of the German States, or is hardly
satisfied at having established in
the center of Europe a military
power formidable to all its neighn
bors, is uncertain.
"The premeditated intention to
refuse us the guarntees which were
indispensable to our security as
well as our honor, showed itself
by the strongest evidence in their
conduct of the negotiation."
The circular then mention the
candidature-, of Prince Hoben
zollern, and declares the Berlin
Cabinet bored to place the Prince
on the throne of Charles V- by
surprise, believing Europe would
accept the accomplished fact and
that France, in spite of her tempor
ary displeasure, would hesitate to
oppose the express win oi ine Span
m . -
ish people, wno wcreirienaiy to
her. The Jbrencn government, in
formed of the danger from tuts in
trigue, did not hesitate to denounce
it to the representatives of the peo
ple, und to foreign powers. All
have felt that Prussia was alone in
her unscrupulous policy, and that,
iu common right, she bas neverthe
less sought to impose upon Europe
the further abuse of so dangerous
an extension of her influence.
France took up the cause of the
balance of powers, knowing it to
be the cause of all the peoplos men
aced like herself by the dispropor
tionate aggrandizement or one
royal bouse. In doing so she has
not placed herself in opposition to
her own maxims and policy or
those of the ureat .rowers.
The circular cities as proof the
cases of .Belgium, Greece and Is a
pies, ' and the refusal ot the Groat
Powers to allow any of their
Princes to mount those thrones
The circular then mentions the
withdrawal of the Hohenzollern,
the refusal of Prussia to give
guarantees, and other incidents
which have xoiiowea, auuing mas
France oght to demand guarantees
since Prussia bad already given
her word tfcart the Prince of
Hohenzollern shoM not mount the
throne of Spain, when, March,
1869, there had been a question of
bis candidature. Attflattime tbe
French Misnister at Berlin told the
King that no Prnssian conld reign
in Spam. Count Bismarck replied
that France need not concern - ber-i
self at a contingency so improbable;
and Herr Yon Theile, the Prussian
Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs,
give bis word of honor that a Ho
henzollern was not and could, not
bo a candidate. If assurances thus
solemn can not be relied upony
diplomatic intercourse must cease.
in repudiating such pledges Prus
sia challenges France', who now
only demands in view of previous
tergiversation, that tbe former
renunciation of her designs bo
made real and permanent.
The circular concludes by de
claring that history must assign to
Prussia the responsibility for a war
which she bad no means of avoid
ing, and which, while she affects to
deplore it, she rather bought and
adds, ''Under what circumstances
has sho done this?" It is where
Franco for four years past has re
frained with an almost exaggerated
scrupulousness from invoking
against her the treaties concluded
under the mediation of thebmperor,
but to which she has failed to give
a voluntary suppcrt. She has only
thought of tbe means of freeing
hersolf from the obligations of
treaties, tven while signing them.
Europe has been a witness! Let
Europe pronounce upon the justice
of the cause.
Paris, July 23. The Journal OM-
ciel publishes the following procla
mation from tbe Emperor to tbe
people of Franco:
i rknchmen: Jinere are in tbe
life of a people solemn moments
when the national honor, violently
excited, presses itself irresistibly,
rises above all other interests, and
applies itself with the single pur
pose of directing the destinies of
the nation. One of those decisive
hours has now arrived for Franco.
Prussia, to whom we have given
evidence during and since the war
of 1866 of the most conciliatory dis
position, has held our good will of
no accouut, and has retarned our
forbearance by encroachments.
She has aroused distrust in all quar
ters, necessitating exaggerated ar
maments, and bas made of Europe
a camp, where reign distrust and
fear of the morrow.
A float incident has disclosed the
nstability of the international un
derstanding, and 6botvn tho gravi
ty of the situation in the presence
of the new pretensions. Prussia
was made to understand ourclaims.
Tbey were evaded and followed
with contemptuous treatment. Uur
country manifested profouned dis
pleasure at this action, and quickly
was tbe cay resounded from one
end of France to the other.
There remains for us nothing but
to confide onr distinies to the chance
of arms. Wo do not make war up
on Germany, whose independence
we respect. We pledge ourselves
that the people composing the great
nationality shall disposo freely of
their destinies. As for us, we de
mand the establishment of a Btate
of things guaranteeing our security
and assuring the future.
We wish to conquer a durable
peace, based on the true interests
of the people, and assist in abolieh-
ng that precarious condition of
thirigs when all nations are forced
to employ their resources in arming
agair.6t each other. Tho glorious
flag, of France, which is once more
unfurled to the face of our challen
gers, is the sumo which has borne
over .Luropo tbo civilizing ideas
of our great revolution. It repre
sents tho same principles. It will
inspire the same devotion.
Frenchmen, 1 go to place myself
at the head of that national army
which is animated by love of coun
try and devotion to duty. The ar
my knows its worth, for it has seen
victory follow its footsteps in the
four quarters of the globe. I tike
with me my son, despite bis tenjer
years, lie Knows tbe amies nis
name imposes upon bim, and be is
proud to bear his part in the dan
ger of those who fight for our
country. May God bless our efforts.
A great people defending a just
cause is invincible. .Napoleon.
TUESDAY'S DISPATCHES CONDENSED.
Dispatches received in London
from Saarbruck via Berlin state
that on Sunday a body of Prus
sians crossed tbe frontier near
Saarbruck, and soon after had a
skirmish near Gersweiler, in which
tho French retired, losing ten kill
ed and wounded. Subsequently
the Prussians captured a French
Custom-bouse at Schrocklingen.
Deserters from the French army
are numerous and continually
coming into the Prussian lines.
Tbe French base of operations ex
tend from Strasburg to Thionvuie.
The center is between Hitches and
St. Arnold. Paris dispatch says no
battle is expected for some days
yet. Many English officers ot note
are going into tbe Prussian army.
Tbe French have formed three
camps around Metz, Marshal Baz
aine is there. Great difficulties are
experienced in getting supplies, not
only from Paris, but trom tbe coun
try around Metz. General MrUa
hon s headquarters are at otraa-
burg. Tbe indications are that the
first great biow will be strucK in
the vicity of that place. On Sun
day thirty Prussian lancers cross
ed the Rhine near Saarorucic, tore
up the rails for a long distance on
the Metz Railroad, destroyed a via
duct, and returned to camp with
out loss. The Journal Qfficid says
the French Government will con
form to the principles of the de-
claration of the Paris Congress of
iRfifl which abolished privateering,
and declares that a neutral flag
nmtru tha merchandise of an ea-
eraj, except contraband of war,
and that the merchandise of neu
tral, except contraband of war, is
not seizable under a foreign flag.
It is stated that Napoleon will leave
for the front to-day or to-morrow.
The French Government promise
to nnblish Benedetti s dispatch, giv
ing in detail the circumstances of
the nomination of the Prince ' of
Hohenzollern for tbe Spanish
throne last rear, and the disavowal
of tbe same by the Prussian King
and Ministers. It is expected tne
French fleet will attack Kiel. A
dispatch from Pans to the London
News says France w resolved to
force Denmark into hostilities.
The London Times published tbe
treaty proposed by France to Prus
sia in 1866. It proposed that Prus
sia should aid France in the ac
quisition of Ltrxemburjjand Bel
gium, and France in return would
recognize the "late .acquisitions of
Prussia from Austria, and consent
to the union -of-the-North - and
South -German States. Prussia
positively refused to consider any
such propositions coming from
France. There is great indignation
manifested in London over this
projected treaty. The Empress
Eugenie was received with State
honors at Cherbourg on Sunday.
Tbe Emperor Napoleon, in an
interview with a correspondent,
attributed the cause of the war to
the aggrandizing policy of Prussia.
Ife said be bad asxed Prussia to
consent to the cession of Luxem
burg. Bismarck refused, and sug
gested the probability of Prussia
taking Holland and attaching it to
the German Confederation. The
Emperor replied that the attempts
of Prussia to abtorb Holland were
considered open menaces. They
ment war with France.
For tho last two days, the light
ning has obstructed the working
of the telegraph to such an extent
that no news of any importance
has been transmitted, if there is
any to transmit. There has been
some rumors of a cessation of hos
tilities for ninety days, but tbey
are discredited. '
-The Governor of Termont
gets a salary of but (83 a month.
McCONNELSVILLE, July 28, 1870.
FLOUR Best family $7.00;
WHEAT $1,25 per bushel.
CORN MEAL C0.80 per bushel.
CO UK 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Fall. $1,05.
OATS 35 tents per bcbel, wholesale,
HAY 88.00 per' ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 93,00 wholesale.
FLAX 8KKD- -81 75 to J 00.
BEANS SI SO per basheL
DRIED APPLES Sets, per ponnd.
DRIKD PKACUKSV2 60 per bush.
POTATOES fO 80 per oaah at
BUTTER- 18 cts. per pounJ,
EG(3S 12 tts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cU. per lb.
SUGAR .12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR 14 to 17 ets..Ib,
COFFEE 20 o 30 cut. per lb.
TKA- 1 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorehutu 50 cents
sritur 9i uu per ganon.
LARD 15 to 18ct6 per pound, whole
CANDLES 20cti per lb.
SOAP byhar 6 to 8c.
CODFISH lOota per lb.
SALT $2.00 per bbl..
WOOL 40 to 42cta per lb.
S1DKS Piclteltd, 15 ct ptr lb.
C A RBON Oil 35cts. per calkn.
LiNSEKD OlL-1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2.00 per gallon.
NEW YORK, July 26th.
Gold closed at 121 f. '
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
BALTIMORE July 21, 1870.
RECEIPTS FOR THE WEEK.
Sheep and Lambs, 5,335
Total . 11.891
PRICES OF BEEF CATTLE AT THE MARKET
Very best on sale to-day. 7Ja8j
cents. That generally rated finst
Quality. 67? cents. Medium or
good lair quality 5J6 cents. Ordi
nary thin b leers, uxen ana tuwi
5 H cents. Inferior and lowest
graofea of Cattle 4i5 cents. Gen
ernl average of the market to-day
6 cents. Extreme range of prices
4a8 cents. Most of the sales are
WHERE THE CATTLE ARE FROM.
West Virginia 628
Ohio . ' ., 37
Virginia ' ; 331
Marylond ; 136
Pennsylvania . 11
THE ROUTES BY WHICH THEY CAME.
Baltimore and Obio .Railroad 1,116
Orange and Alexaudna K. K , 132
Northern Central Railroad 11
REMARKS ON BEEF CATTLE.
The arrival ot cattle during tbe
week amount to 1,478 head, against
1,155 last week and 1,318 the cor.,
responding week of last year, and
the sales during the week amount
to 1.273 bead, against 1,005 last
year, and were as follows:
To BaL and Md. butchers 948
To Philadelphia speculators 150
To others, 175
. With a fuller supply of Veals
offering this week, prices have de
clined fully 1 cent per lb. on the
rates of last week, asd we quote
prices at Ca7 cents per lb., as to
THE SWINE MARKET
Receipts this week 5,078
Receipts last week 6,184
Receipts one year go 4,600
The market since last week has
been very well supplied with Hogs,
the chief and almost only demand
being for those of medium -ize,
which are selling tolerably freely
to the batchers for small bacon.
There ia little or no demand for
large Hogs. Prices range as last
quoted, at 12Jal3 coats for fat Hogs,
and 12al2J for stillers.
THE SHEEP MARKET.
Receipts this week 5.335
Receipts last week . 5,455
Receipts one year ago 2,500
The supply of Sheep continues to
be lair, and the demand is a bo at
equalj thereto, though there have
not been a very large namberof
good Sheep in the market, and for
open-wooled 8 beep prices are in
consequence a shade higher. We
quote fat Sheep at 4a5 cents, as to
quality; Lambs $2a4,2o, and stock
Sheep at 1,5(2,50 per bead, as to
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
A mo Gardner ti. Mtrcellas H. Hart.
87 virtue of an order to fell and to me
directed from tbe Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county. Ohio, in the above en
titled action, 1 will offer for sale at poblie
ancticn at the door of the Court House in
lie Count Uville, in said connty, on
Tuesday, the 16th day of Au
gust, .4. D.,1$?0,
at 12 o'clock, M ., of said day, the follow
ing described real estate situate in Morgan
county, Ohio, to-wit : Being a Leasehold
interest and title in a part of the west half
olLntNo. four, 4. in sec ion No. twenty
nine, 29 , of Homer township, described as
follows, to-wit: Commencing at the north,
west corner of said Lot, theocesonth on tha
line to the fence at tbe foot o! the hill, thence
northeast, running with the foot of the hill
to tbe second line of fence running op the
bill to the road, tbence running with the
road to the line of Margaret and Eliza Po
sey's land, tbence north to the section Ii ne,
thence west to the place ol beginning, con
taining fifteen, 15. acres, more or less.
. ALSO, a parcel or land in the northwest
corner of the east half of Lot No. four, 4,
in sVction twentj-nine, 29. 0! Homer town
ship, containing one, 1, acre, more or less.
Appraised a $ Terms eah.
A. V HAVENER. Shff. il. C. O.
J. T. Crew, Alt'y for Plt'ff.
Sheriff's Sale In Partition.
"William Campbell, et al ti. Elisabeth
Campbell, et al.
' By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan County. Ohfo, in the above en
titled action, I will offer for sate at pnblic
auction, at the door of the Conrt House in
McConnehmlle, in said county,
On Wednesday, ihe 3d Day of
August, A. D., IS70,
at 1 o'clock, P. M, of said day, the iaU
lowing described real estate sitoate in
Union Township, Morgan County and
State of Obio, to-wit: Being a part ef sec
tion 24, township 8, range 13. ol lands solJ
at Zanesville, Ohio, and bounded as lol
I'ws to-wit: Beginning at a point on the
North boundary of tbe tioutbcait quartet
of said section sixty 60 perches from
tbe Nortbeast corner- of said quar'er,
i hence South 63 1-2 sixty-three and a
half perches, thence in a South-west eily
direction eighteen 18 perches to a point
on the eat bank of Wolf Creek in the
Northern boundary of lacds conveyed by
James Campbell to Eokridge Torbert,
tbence a Westerly direction with a lock 7
hollow to tbe Western boundary of said
quaiter to a point eighty. 180 perches
North of tbe Southern boundary of said
section, 1 hence North with tbe Western
boqudary of said Southeast quarter to a
stone planted eight S chain and forty
eight 48 lioks South of the Northwest
cor &er of said quarter, thence Nortb 48 1-2
degrees Wet twelve 12 chains and eighty-one
81 licks to tbe Northern bound
ary of the Southwest quarter of said sec
tion, tbence West on said boundary line to
tho Southwest corner of the Northwest
quaiter of said section, thence with the
Western boundary ol said Northwest quar
ter to a porut in said boundary filty 50
perches south of tbe Northwest corner ot
said Not tb west quarter, thence East eigh
ty 80 rods, thence North fifty 50 rods
to the North boundary ol said sdion,
fiewe riat-t on said North boucdary to the
Northeast corner of the Northwest quar
ter o? said section, tbence South ou th
Eastern boundary of said Northwest quar
ter to the Southwest corner of lands con
veyed by James Campbell to Win. Corner
by deed, tbence South 76 degrees East to
the Southeast corner o said land so con
veyed by Campbell to Corner, thence
North 00 tbe Eastern boundary of said
Corner's lot fourteen 14 torches to the
Northern boundary of taid section, thence
East to the Northeast eorner of the West
halfoflhfl Nortieast quaiter of said sec
tion 24. thence Sooth on the Em-tern boun
dary or said West halt quarter to the
Southeast corner tbereof.tbence East on the
Northern boundary of the Sontheast quar
ter oi aid section to the place of begin
ning, containing two hundred and seventy,
five acres more or less. Appraised at Forty
Dollars per sere, amounting to Eleven
The said premises to be sold subject to
the down estate of the said E!izib?ib
Campbell, thereon assigned. Term of
sale: Oneibird down, one-third ia one
year and one-third ia two years from day
of sale; deterred payments o bear interest
Irom date and be secured by mortgage on
A. D. HAVENER, Shff.. M.C.O.
Pond, Comer t Foulkfe, Attys. for Pltffs.
"July lit 1870-5.
Sheriffs 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 the
above entitled action. 1 will offer for
sale, at public auction, at the door of
tne Uourt iiouse in Aicvonneisvuie,
in said County,
On the 8th Day of August, A. D.,
at one o'clock P. M., of said day. the
following described real estate situate
in Windaor Township in the county
of Morgan and State of Ohio to-wit
1. One Hundred and Seventy acre
Lot number 1109 in section number
Thirty (30) in Township Eight (8,) of
Range eleven (11) excepting lweniy
acres conveyed to Alexander Wallace,
by James Carter and d 'scribed as fol
lows to-wit Begining at the North
west corner of said lot, thence East to
the second tally stake on the Windsor
road, thence ranning South to the
south line, of said lot. thence running
to the South West Corner of said lot,
thence running North to the North
West corner of said lot to the place of
of beginning. Appra'sed at f 4,35.
2. Also Lot No, 95 in mile Lot
No. 24, in TownsLip Eight (8,) of Range
Eleven (11 containing 100 acres.
Appraised at $2,930,00.
3. Also 21 and forty -five hundredths
acres, being a part of Lot No. 1110
Township Eight 8, and Range Eleven
J 11,1. Appraised at $600,00.
4. Also 75 acres more or less in
Lot No. 96 in Town Eight 8, and
Range Eleven 11, all of which land
is in the Ohio Company's purchase.
Appraised at $1995,00.
' Terms Cash.
A. D. HAVENER,
SherifFM. C, 0. -1
J. E. Tlanna. Attorney.
July 8th, 1870 5w.
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
Ephrajm Roberta, Admr. of E. Roberts, vs.
Joseph W. Roberts, et, aL
By virtue of an order to sell and to rce
directed from tbe Court of Common Pleas
of Morgan cointy, Ohio, io the above enti
tled action, I will offer for sale at public
auction at tbe door of tbe Conrt House, in
McConocIeviHe, in said coonty, oc
Monday, the 15th Day of Au
. trust, A. D.j 1STO,
at one o'clock. Pi M., of said day, the foK
lowing described real estate sitoate ii Uor.
gac county, Ohio, to-wit i .Lot number
two, 2, io Barker's Addition to the town
of McConnelsville,. togetler with the priv
ileges and appurtenances thereunto belocg
ing. Appraised at 8 . Terms cash.
A. n. HAVEN BBrShfi. M. C. O.
J. T. Crew r Attorney.
July L 1870 fr.
LEGAL If OTICES.
Thomas C. Scott whoaa place of residence
is unknown will take notice that Levi
Rouse of the County of Waahiagton in the
SUte of Ohio, did, on tbe 25th day of Hay,
A. D. 1870, file his petition in the Court or
Common Pleaa within and for the County of
Morgan in said State of Ohio, arainst the
aid Thomaa C. Scott, letting forth that
aid plan ti fiT, on tbe 1st day of September,
A. V. 187, advanced fpr tne said delendent,
and at his special instance and request, to
Calvin Bert, the turn of Nine Hundred dol
lars, ($900,) which said mm said defendent
agreed to pay in two yean front date with
interest. That the tame remains due and
on paid For which said plan tiff asks
judgment; said defendent Scott, will farther
take notice tnat ttere was on ine lame day
an order of attachment duly issuad out of
said Conrt in said case, and duly levied up
on the following premises to-wit. Lota
No. Forty-five, (45,) Forty-six, (48.) Fiftr
two, (52, and Fiity-seven, (57,) and the
undivided half of Fifty-one, (51,) and Fifty-eight,
(58); All in Sanborn'a addition to
the Town of Stockport, in said County of
Moreen and State of Ohio. And that aaid
plan tin", will at the October Term, next of
aid court, aaa tor an order to sen ia" prop
erty to satisfy the judgmentsoaa atbrsaid
atked to be rendered ; and the said Thomas
C-Scott is notified that be is required to
appear and answer said petition on or be
fore the third Saturday after the 5th day
of August, next, to-wit August 20th 1870.
By J. T. Crew, bia Attorney.
Dated this 1st day of July, A. D. 1870.
l no. sw.
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
John Hoyt vs. Bazil L. Medley.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed from tbe Court of Common Pleas,
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above enti
tled action, I will offer for aale at public
auction, a tbe door of the Conrt Mouse, in
McConnelaville, in aaid county,
On Tuesday, the 2d Day or
' August, A. D., 1S70,
at one o'clock, P. M., of aaid day, tbe fol
lowing real estate situate in said county of
Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit: Being a
? art of fractional section number three (3)
ownsbip number nine (9), Range number
twelve (12), beginning at the southwest cor
ner of said fractional section, thence run
ning with the south boundary line thereof
fciat 161.88 poles to the eorner or John Hen
ry's lot, thence running with said Henry's
line North 15 degrees ast S7.58 poles to a
stone, thence 20.40 poles to the East boun
dary line of said fractional section, tbence
running North 21.52 poles to a stone and
eorner of the Joaiah Ward lot, tbence run
ning with aaid Ward'a line and line of Wil
liam Saltkeld'a west 180.60 poles te a stone
oa the west boundary line of said section,
tbence running with aaid west line S&.52
poles to tbe place of beginning, containing
1(5.40 acres, be tbe same more or less, ex
cepting lb acres of the Northeast corner of
said tract to run from the ridge road to the
grade road and to be oft" of the North side of
said tract, it being the homestead assigned
to Jane Medley in aaid premises. Ap
praised at $2,200. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVENEB, Shft". M. C. O.
John E. Hanna, Atty. for Pit
July 1st, 1670 5w.
Sheriff's Sale In Partition.
John Gibbios vs. Mariab M. Cbace, et al.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed Irom the Court of Common Pleas
ol Morgan County, Ohio,, in the above en
titled action, 1 will offer lor sale at public
auction on the premises in said county,
On Saturday the 6th Day of
August, A. D., lHia,
at ore o'clock, P. II., of said day, the fol
low in? described real estate sitnateiuMa-
lioo Township, in the County of ii organ,
and State of Obio, to-wit: Lemoning at
the southeast corner of tne aontb west qnar-
ter of section No. seven m, or township
No. eight 8, of range No. twelve 12 .
of the Obio Company's purchase, a chest
nut 12 inches, bears N. 13 dVgrees, W. 21
A W. O. 20 inches, bears 80 degree.
V. 29, theuce N. 88 degrees, VV. 51.40
roda to a stake, a Poplar 10. N. 48 1-2 de
grees, K. 5 & A Foplar 10, K. 39 E.
24 1-2. tbence N. 1 1-2 degrees, 57 rods to
a stake in the road, tbence an hasUrly
course along the road about 35 75 rods to
ihe West line or tbe Bsthel Meeting
1 loose lot, tbence Sooth about 3 Rods to
S. VV. corner of said Meeting House lot,
tbence E 16 Roda to hast line of said qnar
ter, therce S. 1 1-2 Wa-t 57 R d. to the
place of beginning, containing 18 1-2 acres
more or less. Appraised at 9 .
The said premises to be si.lJ ibj ct to
tha dower estate of the said Marub 31
Cbace. thereon assigned. Terms ol salt-
One-third down, one-thud in one year and
ono-third in two years Irom tbe day or sale,
deferred payments to bear interest from
date and be secured by mortgage on the
premises sol I.
A. D. HAVENER, BhtT. M.C.O.
J. T. Crew, Plaintiffs Atty.
July 1st, 1870 5w.
91 ISS C E L.A X EO US.
all articles pertaining to tha
grr He has on band constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
BE ATTY & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. murl 1,1370-ly.
O. B. WOODWORTIt.
W. C. DAT1DS05.
No. 201 Liberty St.,
. roa tbb sals or
GRAIN, . -
arAnd all kinds of Cottntrv Frodnee.-
Consignments Jjoljeiteti. Returns made
A Liberal Adrance made oa Consignments.
D. H. M011TLEY & CO..
Yf bolesale'and Retail
cSoKiJiebjlle, 01 jo,
ia one of tho
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SPLE2VDID VARIETY Or 1AT-
GOOD GOODS AND LOYFEiCES!!
Ta have now in stock the larrest and
moat excellent assortment of Vail Paer
and Window Bbadea ever brong at t iie
Osnelsville, and are determined to sell the
sameataaeh low figures as that it will bean
inducement for everybody topurenase tceir
auppliea from us. Our stock ia especially
attractive this season, eompriainr all kind
ot Taper Tor Dwellings, Publie Halls, Chur
ches, unices, stores, Shops, c, in tbe very
greatest variety of patterns, and of sncb de- -
straUe atylea, tim all caanot lau to be sui
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In greater variety and larger stock than
heretofore elegant patterns, choice Goods,
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handsome, in Green, Ban, Pearl, Brown aa4
other desirable colors, and elegantly figur
ed. We have a aplendid article of Oil-ctotk-
Green and Buff American and Eg
link Holland, and a larger stock of Wxndov
Paper, plain and f gured, than ever before.
Also, Yf IXDOYf FIXTURES,
Of tbe moat improved kind, and so simple ia -construction
and working, that everybody
that have nsed them will have no ather.
Our Stock of
Transom Paper, te.,
is complete, and we invite everybody want
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Boots asd Shots.
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B. X. COCHBEAX. C R. BOZMAX.
j. r. soxxAKsnxK. ,
SOUTn-TfEST SIDE OF THE
Dealers in '
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C,&,C.
Given to tbe
"t" sole AGEXTS . jj
ia this locality for the sale of the "
C H .A. M I I O 1ST
Mowers & Heapers,
. -W O EL D
'Mower & Reaper,:;
' and tbe
Mower &. Reaper,
Cook & Heating Stoves,
and odd pieces of all tbe varieties of Cook
Stoves in the country ; U kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Canting ; also Salt Kettles,
and Salt Flanges, 8ngar Kettles, Pots, Grid
dies, Skillets, about twenty different pat
ernaofPIow Points, Machine Casting for
Steamboats, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
era and Reapers ; also Out Iron fhiraney
Tops, WindewCapa. Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iroa Legs for Bebool
bouae Desks and Seats. . -
Have constantly on hand, manufactured to
their order, all manner tf Tin -ware, SWve
Manufacturers of Water Tweers, Mandrills,
Swedges, e., for Blacksmith. - - .
. - Bemembr the Place r. ' "
Soth-west Side of the Publie Square)
M CONSELSVILLE, n.
isa.r.l81187Q ly. '