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TWO DOLLARS A YEAK I
FRIDAY,' .... Sept. 2, IS7Q.
Prohibition County Ticket.
JO IIS U- MUURY.
VOR PROSECCTIXG ATTOBXET,
.JOSHUA T. CREW.
W I L L 1 A 31 ' 11 . C O O L . '
FOR 1SF1KHAKT DIRECTOR,
SIMPK1N H. BROWS'.
Uotice new advertisements.
"We had quite a wind storm on Moiv
day afternoon. ' - - "
The Parkoibburg Gazette brag
of a fifteen and-a half pound baby.
The Circus did not amount to much.
It did not arrive in time to give an af
It it is a pleasant day, there Trill be
a large crowd of people, on next Sab
bath, in attendance on the Camp Meet
ing, now in operation on Jacob Mum-
mey's farm, in lleigsville township.
The old school building, in the South
east end of town, which was purchased
by the Catholics some time last spring,
is beiu z fitted tip for a Catholic Church.
Father HcKearnan is to preach there
regularly on the last Sabbath in every
It is reported on the streets that an
effort has been made to make Hon. W
P. SrsAGCE decline being a candidate
"for Congress. Such a plan will not be
successful. There is no "backing down'
about SrsAGCE. -
Ok Tuesday morning, James B II c-
Grew, Arthur Tond, both of this coun
ty, and Henry McCartny, of Guernsey
county, commenced their duties as ap
praise: s of the South Western Bail-
Johjt Cjlrtwkiuht, our can dictate for
Congress, arrived here last Friday and
stayed, over until Monday morning.
Everybody that seen him was favora
bly impressed with his appearance
He went from here to' Monroe County.
Some idea of the magnitude of
taking the census may be gained from
the fact that 1,200 to 1,500 volumes, of
1.C00 pages each, will be required in
which to enter the names of individu
als returned by the assistant marshal.
Yesterday morning, Jan.es II. Ed
wards delivered over to "Eli Shepard
and W. A.JIathews his Wholesale Gro
cery and Huckster teams for value re
ceived - Mr. Edward starts for New
York City, on next Monday, where he
intends going into business. .
Ok last Saturday 'here were ten ap
plicants for certificates to teach school,
before bur Board of Examiners, com
posed of Messrs. N. M. McLaughlin,
Arthur i'ond, and James M. Kusk, five
of whom received st-cond-class certifi
cates, and the remainder failing alto
gether. - -- -
Vkbt I'ttle or no efl'ort has been put
forth to discover and bring to punish
ment the perpetrator of the burglary
committed in W. A. Mathews store on
Friday morning of last week." Our
business men, for their own protection,
should see to it that measures are taken
to ferret out such criminals.
The McConnelsville Herald acknowl
edges that J. T. Cbew, our candidate
for Prosecuting Attorney, is too good
a man to "stoop to such mean, low
trickery as the starting of false report
in his own favor" to secure his election.
1 he people of Morgan County want just
such an honorable, high-minded man,
to fill the office for which Mr. Ckev is
DiED.-Oh W ednesday morning, at
the residence of her brother, John C.
Vincent, of Meigs ville township, Mrs.
Martha A. Thohpsos, wife of Samuel
Thompson, of said township, and daugh
ter of the late George A. Vincent, in
the 5Cth year f her age. Pier funeral
services . take place at the
residence of .John C. Vincent at 10
o clock this morning. Ihe deceased
bad been a member of the Presbyteri
an Church for about twenty-five years.
Charles Cochran, whose Factory is
on Center street, sign of "Jim Crow,'
informs us that, notwithstanding the
immense numbers of Stogies and Da
vana Tips he turns out weekly, and the
extra force he has been working, he
has always found ready sales for his
Cigars, and often has been unable to
11 orders, though he has never gone
out of his Factory to solicit them. His
motto is, -make good Cigars, and they
will sell themselves.
Died. On the 17th ultimo, at his
residence in Marion township, Morgan
County, Ohio, Johk Baekhcrbt, ot
palsy, in the 64th year of his age.
The deceased had been a resident of
Morgan fkunty for upward of forty
years, and was born in Harrison Coun
ty, Ohio. He leaves a wife and six
grown up children. The stroke of palsy
that terminated in his death, was the
third one that he has received within
the past five years.
Tee Herald posts Williah Fottliic the
Republican candidate for Prosecuting
Attorney, as a "rising young lawyer."
We submit that this is humbuggery of
the mobt shallow kind. While Mr.
Foclke is a quiet, well-behaved, and
strictly moral young man; yet, he has
never done aught in his profession to
entitle him to any such praise. He has
never, in any instsnce, demonstrated
to the profession, or to the public, that
be is possessed even cf the most ordi
nary ability in his profession ; and lie
has never shown himself to be a man of
more than the most common talent in
anything outside of his profession. It
is extremely doubtful in the minds cf
many,;of all political parties, whether
Mr. Foci.ke is qualified to fill the posi
tion creditabe, for which he is a candi
date. Such wholesale puffing of party J
pets, is disgusting. j
The Late Samuel Williamson.
Of Lung Fever, on Friday last, at
10 1-2 o' clock,, P. M., Samuel William
son died, at his "residence in this vil
lage, in the 74th year of his age.
Mr. Willi amsos was one of our oldest
and most respected citizens. He was
born near Carlisle, Cumberland Coun
ty, Pennsylvania, on the 24th day of
June, 1797; and came to Ohio, locating
in McConnelsville, in the Fall of 1826,
and has resided here ever since. On
coming herehe immediately embark
ed in business as a Dry Goods Merchant,
going into partnership with the late
Alexakdes Simpsox. This partnership
lasted about nine years. In Augnst,
1836, he went into partnership in the
same business, with Joseph Kelly, and
they continued together until about
the 1st of October, 1850. In 1851, he
opened out a .Dry Goods Store in the
building now occupied by S. F. Wil
liamson as a Jewelry Store, and contin
ued there until 1863,'when he retired
from active business. On the 4th of
August, 1834, he was united in mar
riage with Miss Ellen JJoktgomeet,
daughter of the lateV'iLLiAM Montgom
ery, who resided just above Rokeby,
this county, by whom he had five chil
dren, three of whom are now living and
well-known to our citizens. On the
12th of December, 1847, Mrs. William
The deceased was a quiet, peaceable
man, well-liked by everybody; in fact,
a man that had no enemies, if such a
one ever existed. Whatever he done
in the world, was prompted by pure,
good motives. Though never a wealthy
man, yet he has always been in com
fortable circumstances. His funeral
occurred on Sunday, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
and was largely attended.
Death of Samuel Longley.
On Sunday, at 12 o'clock, P. M., Sam
cm. Lokclet, in the 43rd year of his
age, died, at his home in McConnels
ville, after a prolonged illness ot fifteen
months. He was burried on Tuesday
Mr Lokclet was born in Loudon
County, Virginia, and was brought to
Ohio by his father when he was three
years of age, and has resided in this
County ever since, ne has always
been a peaceable, industrious citizen ;
and, up to the date of his disease mani
festing itself, whicn was a species of
insanity, following from a softening of
the brain, he provided well for his fami
ly, and was kind and attentive in his
The one great error of Mr. Lokgley's
life, and one almost universal amongst
men of twenty and thirty years ago,
was that of dram drinking; and as it
brought on the disease which termina
ted in his death, we here refer to it,
and point his case out as a warning to
all those who are arguing that Alcohol
ic liquors are not harmful when used
in moderation. While the deceased
was probably never known to be intox
icated, he was for many years back, in
the habit of taking his drams daily ;
and, evidently, thought, like many
others, that he was doing himself no
injury thereby. But he was sadly mis
taken, as the last fifteen months of his
life attest. On the 10th of May, 1869,
he was taken with softening of the
brain, which produced immediate in
sanity; and ever since then up to the
moment of his death, he has been in a
most horrible situation; manifesting at
times a sensibility of the most excruci
ating torture, and, at others, being in
sensible to all appearance, or mad in
the fullest meaning of the term. The
man who sold him his liquor, knowing
as he did the use it would be put to,
and knowing as ha should the effects
its poisons were liable to produce, it
seems to us will carry with him during
all after life some little remorse of con
science. The deceased leaves a wife and three
Col. E. S. McIntosh, of Beverly,
is a candidate for the State Board
of Equalization for this Senatorial
district. We believe be is tho only
candidate for tho office. Mariet
tian. There will be another candidato
in the field; and, probably, two
How to till a Scamp. (N. B.
This recipe may be regarded as in
fallible.) If there be an individual
in your neighborhood who is known
to have taken a paper for a number
of years, and who then wrote lo
the publisher to stop it, neglecting,
meanwhile, to pay up, this man is
mean and dishonest, without a
doubt. To make the application of
a pice oi knowledge so important,
just call on your post-master, and
ask now about sacs and such per
sons. If he report them "all righl"
in the matter of newspapers, 'tis
ten to one they are hoi.est and hon
orable men. If at this point they
fail, have nothing to do with them,
except at a risk. 3f arietta Times.
What is Dirt? Dr. Cooper, cf
booth Carolina, used to talk to his
students after the following fash
ion:. Don't be afraid of dirt, young
gentlemen. What is dirt? Why,
nothing at all offensive, when chem
ically viewed. Rub h little alkali
upon the dirtj grease spot upon
yonr coat, and it undergoes a chem
ical change and becomes soap; now
rob it with a little water and it
disappears; it is neither grease,
eoap, water, iior dirt. That is not
a very odorous pile of dirt you see
yonder; well, scatter a little gypsum
over it and it is no longer dirty.
Everything like dirt is worth' your
notice as students of chemistry.
Analyze it! analyze it! It will sep
cate into very clean elements.
Dirt makes corn, corn makes bread
and meat, and that makes a verv
sweet young lady that I paw one
of yon kissing last night. So, after
all, vou were kissing dirt particu
larly if she whitened her skin with
chalk of fuller's earth. There is no
telling, young gentlemen, what is
earth; though I may say that rub
bing such stuff upon the beautiful
skin of a young lady 1 is a dirty
practice. Pearl powder, I think,
is made of bismuth nothing but
Political Action of Temperance
A Prohibitionist, who has hereto
fore been allied to the Republican
party, writes as follows, from New
ark, Ohio, to the Temperance Times,
over the signature of "P. W. S."
lie is rather hard on the .Republi
can party and its nominations. In
speaking of Judges of Ohio who are
Temperance men, that is Temper
ate men, the writer might have
mentioned that Judge F. W. Wood
is as abstemious a man as can be
found anywhere. Bat here is the
Now that the two great political
parties of Ohio, the Democratic and
Republican, havo made nomina
tions for next election, it is time
the Temperance people make up
their minds as to which of the par-
li..Q if Aithnr thYr ran vntn with
- - j
and retain their self-respect as Tcm-J
perance men. I take it lor granted
that no one will serioubly contend
that anything is to be expected fa
vorable to Prohibition or Temper
ance, in the success of the Demo
cratic ticket, and after tho action
of the late Republican convention,
who that knows anything ot the
convention, or of its doings or nomi
nees, will claim any more, will be
done for Temperance by tho suc-
cess of the .Republicans ? General
Sherwood ia the only nominee who
is not a drinking man. He had no
opposing candidate. The friends of
some of the other candidates run
free whisky drinking-rooms, and
took a big drunk over their success.
The candidate for Supreme Jud&e is
anything else than a Temperance
man or Prohibitionist. The Ohio
courts, as now organized, are, with
two or three exceptions, not only
opposed lo enforcing the liquor laws
of the state, but a great many of the
common pleas judges are so near
drunkards that their friends have to
take charge of them to keep thorn
sober enough to hold court. Judge
Geddis.of Mansfield, Judgo Granger
of Zanesville, and Judge Loom is, of
Marietta, are exceptions, and I be
lieve are Temperance men. There
may be some others, but upon in
quiry of gentlemen throughout the
state to name 6ome others, none oth
ers have been named. A Temper
ance candidate for Supreme Judge,
or any other position, stood about
as much chance for a nomination as
Dives stood of getting the drcp of
water be called for, and wanted Laz
arus to take him. Look at the vote
of Hon. Cooper K. Watson. Evi
dently he was the superior in point
of tufent. and would have added that
respectability so much needed lo the
decision of the Supreme Court of
Ohio; but he was known to be a
Temperance man, and hence be did
not even get & respectable vote as a
compliment, much less a vote to
nominate him. Temperance men
have no more to expect from .Repub
lican success than they have from
Democratic snci-ess. But, Bay Re
publican politicians, doycu wautto
elect the Democratic ticket? 1 an
swer, No. But if being a Temper
ance man and voting Temperance
sentiments elects the Democratio
ticket, then so be it. Why did not
tho Republicans nominate at least a
Temperance man lor Judge of the
The leading Republican papers of
Ohio, for several daj-s, .hare been
trying to convince .the people of
Ohio that the contest at the Repub
lican State Convention would be and
was a squabble between the friends
of Johu Sherman on theone side and
Columbus Delano on the other, for
the ascendency, and Joe Dwyor is
made Ihe "tin whistle" through
which both factions are ejecting
their political corruptions. It was
in fact u contest whether the inter
nal revenue officers should have the
control of that convention and tho
organization ot the state in the in
terests ot Mr. Delano, or the others
in the interest of John Sherman for
the United States Senate. And for
one I havo not capital enough in
vested iu either of the gentlemen to
become a political dupe and be
whipped into the traces. Sherman
is a good financier. He started in
Congress poor, in 1854, and on a
Congressman's and Senator'salary,
he has made enough to travel all
over Europe and make himself inde
pendently rich. Mr. Delano. bad
money enough to buy his son out of
the draft, whilst we poor devils had
to do the fighting. And now that
the Republican party is fighting to
elevate such men, and for nothing
else except to hold the offices, for
one, I propose to vote on princi
ple. What iB .there between the two
parties except that the Democrats
are out and want to get in, and the
Republicans aro in and don't want
to get out?
Read their resolutions.; I will
take cne the tariff. What ia the
Republican resolution ? A delegate,
when it was read in the convention,
remarked, "Bully I It means any
thing or uothmg."
The Cincinnati Commercial eays
it means one thing, the Gazette
another, the Journal another, the
Cleveland Herald another, and some
of them say it is a success, as it says
I think they are all right, as you
can make a protective tariff or rev
enue tariff under it, and yet be in
accord with both its spirit and
The whisky rings ot the United
States are and have been ruining
the government long enough, and
for one, I am for the Prohibition
ticket, whether the voters come
from the Republican or the Demo
t Omaha, one of the cities born of
the Pacific railroad, and which for a
time increased in population and busi
ness at a rapid rate, has already suffer
ed a relapse. Business there, accord
ing to a local paper, is unusually dull
so much so, in fact, that the City
Council is offering bonuses to manufac
turers to establish themselves in the
Ralph Lute, of lrouton, is the
Democratio nominee for Congress
in the Portsmouth district.
By William Beswick, Esq., of Wind
sor township, on the 31st of August,
1870, Mr. Alvestcs Eddlebcte and Miss
Akgelise F. Smith.
8 Cash paid for Butter and
Eggs. D. & C. W. MUMMEY.
Meeting of the Ccuntt Lodoe
of I. O. G. T's. The next meeting
of the Morgan County Lodge of the
Independent Order of Good Temp
iars, for Morgan County, will be
held in McConnelsville, on
Thursday, Sept. 8th, 1870.
Public addresses will be given in
front of the Court House in the
Reduction in Hosiery at G. E.
Ha'liday &. Co's.. to make room for
New Goods.- Ladies White Cotton
Hose for 40 cents worth 50 cents a pair.
" 25 " 35 u "
it 20 " " 25 " '
Merino Hose, 15 cents.
f& Some six months ago, seeing that a
good stock of men's furnishing goods, in
this . market, was a necessity, and at tha
urgent solicitation of several of our friends,
we gave it a trial, and by close attention to
the wants of the people, and keening a first
class stock of goods, we succeeded beyond
our most sanguine expectations. While we
would return our thanks to the young men.
and the public generally of both town and
country for the liberal patronsge they have
extended to us. We feel warranted in ask
ing a continuance of the same, and hope,
that by hereafter keening a better stock thou
ever before, and by fair dealing, to merit it.
F. SILL ft CO.
Ink, Writing Fluid, &.C.
A large and Iresh stock of Writing
Fluid, Black Ink, Carmine Ink, &c,
for School, Commercial, and Record
purposes, just received at ADAIR'S
Book Store. This firm keeps the
best Goods in this line, and greatest
variety ever kept in town.
T Buffalo Boots and Shoes, a full
line on hand and opening. Every rair
warranted by JOHN B. STONE.
IS?" Fanning Mills, of their own
manufacture, for sale by Cochran,
Bozman & Co.
The Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society, will
meet at the Mayor's Office, in McCon
Monday, September 12th 1870,
at 10 o'clock, A. M , for the transac
tion of business relative to the ap
proaching Fair of the Society. This
and other important business which
will be brought to the attention of the
Board, requires that there be a full
and prompt attendance. By order of
the Board, JOHNS. ADAIR,
Sep. 2, 1870 2w. Secretary.
Just received at ADAIR'S Book
Store this week, comprising School
Books, Music Books, Hymn Books,
Pocket Bibles, Pocket Maps, Bible Dic
tionaries, Letter Writers, Cushing's
Manual of Parliamentary Law, For
tune Tellers, Btftdy Beckon ers, Copy
Books, Pocket Likstands, Ink and Pen
cil Erasers, Betcard Cards, Ink, Pens,
Penholders, Bubber Heads, Bonnet
Board, Pasteboard, and a great many
other Goods.' This firm are making
constant additions to their stock,
and are able, at all times, to offer
the best Goods at low prices.
-Bemis" Collars, and "Betina" Cuffs,
a new thing just received, also, a lot of
GenU Pure Linen Collars, cheap at
J" School Books, just received a
full assortment at- STONE'S.
tg&. The first of th6 season new
Hata just received at G. E. Halliday &
Rail Road Election.
The Stockholders of the South-western
Rail Road Company, are hereby
notified that there will be an election
for Directors of the company held at
the office of the same in McConnels
ville, Ohio, on
Wednesday, September 1th, 1 870.
at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day. By
order of the Board, W. P. Spbagce,
Aug. 26-2w. Secretary.
IVotlce to Builders.
Sealed Proposals will be received by
the Board of Trustees of the Baptist
Church of McConnelsville. until Sep
tember 19th." Bids for the building
complete will be preferred.
G. E. HALLIDAY, Clerk.
Sept. 2 2w.
A splendid line of Black Alpacca
from 50 to 75cts. and $1,00 a yard.
Call and see before you buy.
J. B. STONE.
The Public Schools
Of ITConnelsnlle commence next
Monday, and all supplies needed by
pupils can befouud at Adair's Book
Store, where is kept a large stock,
good variety, fresh Goods, and sold
at low prices.
Browr, Blue. Dark Blue and Grey
Jeans, as nice aa any Cassimeres, just open
ed and for sale cheap at SILL'S.
SCHOOL ROOKS It
A large and excellent etoek of
School Books jnst received at Adair s
Book Store. This firm keep ail tho
kinds used in our Schools, and offer
the best inducements to purchasers.
5rGo and see the fine stock of Dry
Goods they are keeping at SILL'S
t"A fresh stock of Bibles and Bi
ble Dictionaries received this week at
Adair's Book Store.
3aQueensware, Tinware and Groceries,
going cheap at . SILL'S.
t-Bny yonr WALL PAPER
and WINDOW SHADES at Adairs
fL. Give ns a rail when yon want a nice
Trunk, or a Basket, we can fill the bill for
you. F. SILL ft CO.
t-Thebest Writing Paper, Pens,
Ink, Penholders, Slates, Lead Pencils,
Slate Pencils, dec, are always kept
at Adair's Book Store.
3f Brown and Green Lustres, late style,
only 30 cent a yard, at SILL'S.
IgyDon't fail to purchase your
SCHOOL BOOKS at Adair's Baok
Store, and you will then be sure to
get the right kind, or just what you
want. Their stock can't be beat.
Very laat styl of Oilers and ITeck
Ties just epeacd at SILL'S.
Ill SI.AESS XOTICES.
Farmers! Farmers!! Lapp.v
bannock White Wheat for seed. It
is the earliest wheat in the country.
Can be cut as early as the 13th of June,
and is warranted weevil-proof, and
weighs 654 pounds per bushel meas
ure even full. For sale at
BARKER & McDANIEL'S.
Aug. 19th 4w.
lew Fall Shawls.
Breakfast Shawls, Delaines, Prints, and
Muslin, this day received by
JOHN B. STONE.
Christian Hymn DookN !
A new and fresh stock of Chris
ti&n Hymn Books, all tizea and styles,
just received at ADAIR'S Book
Store, and for sale at low prices.
fSf Hosiery, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs,
Neck-lies, Collars, Gloves, Mohair Switches,
Head Kets, Corsets, Combs, Toilet Soaps,
ftc-, always at SILL'S.
We will pay the highest cash
price for Corn.
D. k C. W. MUMMEY.
The nndersigDed bas been appointed anil
qualified as Exccntor cn 1 lie estate nf John
Barkburst, 1st ot Morgan cnnr.tv, df(Hsed.
JOHN C. 41. BAKKUUKST.
Sept. 2 3w.
TO TEACHERS !
During the school year beginning
September 1st, 1870, examinations for
certificates will be conducted in wri
ting. There will be only one exami
nation in each month. The examina
tion will be held on the second Satur
day of the month, beginning at 10 o'
clock, A. M. in the school building at
Malta. Certificates, or notices of
failure, will be sent to applicants,
during the week following the ex
amination. N. M. McLAUGrTLIN,
JAS. M. RUSK,
Board of Examiners.
f2.GO THE 2.00
?0 warmly welcomed by all elates as n
monthly periodical, en Ib reed its sphere of
aaeiuluefi and changed to a weekly on the
16ih of Jaly Its'. This journal, untram
melled ly any localizing nflu nces, is a
National Elorator in its broadest rer.se.
It i progressive, instructive, and enter
tsining, a: d cannot fail to p!. a all hn
take an interest in rcientific rr?ea:c in
the best literature, or in educational im
provements. As a j-ornal for the fnmily
citc!e it baa no superior. Fr only 1 WO
DOLLARS a year its publishers. C. II.
Tcrnkr & Co., 415 Lr-cnst St Philadel
phia, furnish over 23C0 book rajrs of
very excellent reading. vbih. it bonnd
duodecimo form, won Id make a volume
seven inchea in thickness, making it r.nt
only the BKST bat the CHEAPEST
paper of its class in the world.
In order to favor onr renders, and
increase the circulation of the Conservative,
we have made arrangements with the
Publishers of the Edccitiosal Gazrttk to
send that excellent family paper and The
Conservative, both for one jear, for S3 25.
to each subscriber. We hope our frfcnds
will show this liberal offer io their fiimds
and neighbors and send to C. ll.Turne- &
Co., 415 Locust S'reet, Philadelphia, for a
sample copy; but to avail yourselves of this
ofler, the money and names mnst be sent to
na. Addiess Oonsenative, ilcConntliville,
September 2. 1873 6m.
Sheriff's Sale in Partition.
William Campbell, et al.. v. Elizabeth
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas
of Moigan Cour.y, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the door of the Court (louse iu
McConueUville, iu said county,
On Monday, the 3d day or Oc
tober, A. D., 1STO.
at 1 o'clock. P. M., of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, situate in Union
Towucliip, Morgan County and State of
Ohio, to wit : Being a part of rectinn 24,
townohip 8, range 13 of lands sold atZmes
ville, Ohio, and bouuded as follow?, to-wic :
Beginning at a pomt on the North bound
ary of the Southeast quarter of 8 xid section
sixty 601 perches from the Northeast cor
ner of said quarter, thence South 63 1-2
sixty-three and a half perches, thence in a
South-westerly direction eighteen 18 per
ches to a point on the eat bank vf Wolf
Creek in the Northern boundary of land
conveyed by James Campbell to Eskridjre
Torbert, thence a Westerly direction with
a rocky ho'l w to the Western hormdnry of
said quarter lo a point e'gl-ty P0 perches
North of the Southern b undarv of said
section, thence North with the Western
boundary of said Southeast q iartf r to a
stone planted eight 8 chincs and forly
eigLt 48 links South of the North-west
corner iTaid quarter, thence North forty
eight and a half 48 1-2 tejreea Wet
twelve 12 chains and eighty-one SI
links to the Northern boundary of the
Southwest quarter of said section, thence
West on said boundary line to the South
wet crcer of the Northw?st quarter of
said section, thence with the Western
bonnduiy of said Northwest quarter to a
point in said boandary, fifty 50 1 perches
South of the Northwest corner of Paid
Northwest quarter, thence Et eighty
801 rod, thence North fifty SO rods to
the North boundary of paid section, thence
East on said North boundary to the North
east corner of tl e Northwest qmrter of
said section, thence South on ihe Eas'ern
boundary of said Northwest quarter to the
Southwest corner of lands conveyed by
fames Campbell to Wm Corner, by deed
thence South Beveuty-six 76 degrees East
to the Southeast corner nf raid land re con
veyed by Campbell to Corner, theuce North
on the Eastern boundary of paid Corner's
lot fourteen 14 parches to the Northern
boundary of said section, thence Rust to the
Northeast corner of the West hull of the
Northeast quarter of said secvion 24, thence
South on the Eastern boundary of said
West half quarter to the Sontl'fast corner
thereof, thr nee East on the Northern bound
ary of the Southeast qnarter of said sec
tion to the placs cf beginning, containing
two hundred and seventy-five acres more or
lew. Appraiped at Forty Dollar- per acre,
amounting to Eleven Thousand Dollars.
The said premises to be sold subject to
the dower estate of the said Elizabeth Camp
bell, thereon assigned.
Termsof snle: One-third down, one-third
in one year and one-third ic two years from
day of sale ; deferred payments to bear in
terest from date and be secured by mortgage
on the premises.
A. D. HAVENER, Sb'ff.,M. CO.
Pocd, Corner & Foulke, Att'ys for pllffa.
Sept. 2. 1870 -5w.
.-. tub mum steoer
17 A a vet Darlixgtok, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg, aa
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evening-,
at 6 o'clock.
August 10th, 1S70 3m.
ri HMSIllVG & PRITIXC.
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f-ir rative Plau of publishing a county
p3T Newspaper, contains
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Than any paper ever published in
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In Every Township In this
To assist in enlarging the' circulation of
thia paper, ami to w heni
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ilaiu Job Priuting neatly and expeditioug
y, we call
Special -Atte ntion !
To our facilities for printing all kinds of
Work in general, as we are aupplied with
the beat aud largest assortment of
For such purposes, that ever was In Mc
Connelsville. OFFICE IN
SOU rH-WESRCORNER- OF PUB
DRY GOODS, AC.
MADE TO ORDER,
South." West Corner
April 23 -tf.
OT. XL, EELIE", M. D.
Maybe found at hi office on
THE SOUTH-WEST CORNER
At all times, when not absent on Protest
Sept 24.1? 69-ti
ISTO. Summer Trade. 1STO.
Adams fc Kahler
have a well selected stoek of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queenaware, Boota and Shoes, 4c,
0 RE ATLY SEDUCED FEICES
STOBE Xorlhtst Corner of Center ind.
april 2ZAj. ,
W. C. TItESIZE
asks the piblic to call and examine hi
specimen Photographs, Ferrotype, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac, &c, which cannot be)
surpassed anywhere. lie haa perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Painting
ami pictures of India Ink Work. Kooma
over Boone'a Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'
Building, center bureet, il Unnelavi!le,
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER.
- PATENT MEDICXES,
. PERFUMERY, .
all articles pertaining to the
7 He has on hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the- LOWEST market pri
BE ATT Y & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr. John Alexander, ia
Morgan county. . fmrll,1370-ly.
QUEENSWA K E !
CHINA, GLASS, AND
The subscriber has opened a store tn tha
Hambleton Building, North side of Center
Street, above the Bank, McConnelsville, O.
and has opened out a large stock of Qriesa
ware of thefinest quality, to rbich he in
vites the attention of the citizens of Mor
gan County, and solicits their patronage.
Intending to makethe business a specialty,
he will sell his goods at as low rates as they
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The Queensware he offers took the
At the Paris exposition, over all competi
tors, aa the very lest English Ware. Also
will keep a full stock or Glass, Yellow and
Stone Ware; French China, Lava Ware,
Vases, Mantel Ornaments, and China
Toys; and, from time to time, will be added
other articles rpneraHv rannitl wi'tK
business " Parties purchasing cn alwaya
oe certain oi replacing any article that
"tb?r piece belonging to a set will 'be solcL
Don't fail to examine our goods and price
ueiure purcaming eisewnere. uoods sola
for caau or country produce, at market
rates. It. L. JEXKDfS.
Wholesale and Retail
S BUSINESS DONE ON A
STKIC I'JLY cash system li
May 7, 1869-tf.
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