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TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX
FRIDAY, .... Sept. 8-
Irbibltf on County Ticket.
JOHN H. JIURET.
FOR PROSECCTIXO ATTORKET,
JOSHUA T. CREW.
WILLIAM II. COOL.
FOR IXFIRMART DIRECTOR,
SI 51 PK IN H. BROWN.
Tuc District Court adjourned on
The South-Western Kail Road was
appraised at $G0,fiQ0.
S. H. Guthrie, of Zanesville, has
made an assignment for the benefit of
his creditors. James Fulton, Esq., is
the assignee -
TTe notice that Attorney-General
Pond, who has been in town for a few
days back, is looking quite well, not
withstanding his recent spell of sick
TJie Camp meeting on Jacob Mum
nicy's farm broke up on Wednesday.
Those that attended on last Sunday
complained of everything but that of
having a dry t:m.
Foreign attorneys in attendance
on our District Court were as follows:
Col. Wm. Ball, Judge L. P. Marsh,
Hon. John O'Xeil, Judge E. E. Evans,
all of Zanesville, and S. E. Robinson,
Esq., of Beverly. ,
lion. D. D. Linn, formerly of
this county, but now of Zanesville, has
been nominated, by the Democracy of
Muskingum and Perry counties, for
member of the State Board of Equali
zation. The District cannot Bcare up a
better man for the place.
The Marietta. Register says "the Re
publicans expect to vote on the llth
of October Dext." While the Register
may be correct in its sage (?) remark, it
might have added that there are great
numbers of said Republicans, resident
in the Fifteenth District, that don't ex
pect to vote for W. P Sprague.
"Mr. Sprague, our Republican can
didate for Congress does not favor the
land-grabbing rings. FTe can be relied
on in this respect " Marietta Register
Mr. Spragck endorses every actof the
Inst Congress and present Administra
tion; and is just the man to grow1 im
mensely wealthy on a $5,000 per an
num salary. II is saving abilities will
transcend Johk Sherman's ten-fold.
Dedication. The new Methodist
Protestant Church, near the old church
known by the name of Olivit, in Wind
sor Township, Morgan County, will be
dedicated to the worship of Almighty
God, September 18th, 1870. Meeting
will commence September 17th, at
10 1-2, A. IL Preaching by Mis Mart
J. M. WOODWARD, Pastor,.
U. J. BRADFORD.
John Mccormick informs us
that we were in error relative to the
particulars of a runaway we noticed two
weeks ago. He says that his brother,
Duncan McCormick, was in charge of
the team, instead of himse'f as our. ar
ticle sai 1 ; and that the team was prop
erly hitched, instead of being unhitch
ed; also, that they always are careful
about hitching their team when they
come to town. We are well pleased to
be able to make this correction, as we
are of all errors that may appear in our
paper. Our notice two weeks ago was
made up of the information we gath
ered on the streets relative to the mat
ter. However, it may be well enough
for u to state that it does not do any
good for a person to get too much ex
cited over . errors that all newspaper
men are liable to make.
We understand that Mr. Sprague is
a ki nd of m on ey broker on a small scale
A mistake. Mr. Spraetie was for a
time President of the McConnelsville
National Bank, but went out of that
position three years go, and sold most,
if not all, of his Btock. He was a mer
chant in Malta for many years, and is
now a merchant in McConnelsville.
The Crescent is not mistaken. While
it is true that Mr. Sprague was for a
time President of the First National
Bank of McConnelsville, and has. been
engaged in merchandising for many
years, vet he has always been a "mon
ey broker on a small scale." He has
always been ready to "shave" at a good
discount, or to loan to any body that
was hard pushed and would give good
security and pay from fifteen to twenty-
fire per cent, interest.
Great dissatisfaction was felt in
Meigs County because of the means
employed to defeat Hon. V. B. Horton
as a candidate for the nomination for
Congress by the Republican District
Convention, recently held in Marietta,
and which male W. P. Sprague the
nominee. The Meigs County Telegraph,
the local Republican organ, says rela
tive to this matter: m
"An interesting chapter might be
written in regard to the means put
forth to defeat Mr. Horton at Marietta;
but this, perhaps, is not the most ap
propriate time to do it. Hereafter,
when the thing can be done without
detriment to the Republican cause, we
propose to "tell some tales out of
school" that will make some parties
wish they had made a different rec
ord." These "tales" that the Telegraph pro
poses to tell, we opine would not be of
benefit to 3ir. Sprague were they told
before the day of the coming election.
Oue of them might be to effect that the
Morgan C unty delegation to the Ma
rietta Convention was united upon one
point; and that, that under no consider
ation, bhould Ron. V. B. Horton be the
nominee. Whether or not, this is one
of the "tales" the Telegraph now has in
fctore for its readers at some conveni
ent period, we cannot say; but, certain
it is, that eaid Morgan County delega
tion would have given its support to
any man' in the District before it would
to Mr. Uorton.
The population of McConuelsville
is a little upward of 1,C00.
The Morgan County Fair will be
held on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, October 4th, 5th, and 6th.
You that have been inquixing du
ring the past week, nill do well to
The recent purchase of more land
by tiro Morgan County Agricultural
Society, will enable the Board to
eularge the King, and thereby af
ford a better opportunity tor the ex
hibition of 6tock.
The Herald attempts to draw a
parallel between Jescs Christ and
V. P. SrRAGUE, becaubo the former
was born in a 6table, and the latter
in a log cabin, near the mouth of
Island l?un. No remarks !
The Morgan County Board of Equal
ization, composed of Joshua Davis, Wil
liam Niceswanger, and George J. Ilen
derson, County Commissioners, James
B. McGrew, County Auditor, and Ar
thur Pond, County Surveyor, are now
On next Tuesday evening, at the
Town Hall, S. R. Kiddoo, of Pittsburg,
who has been instructing the youth of
this village in the art of vocal music.
free of charge, for the past two weeks,
will give an exhibition of the proficien
cy of his upward of one hundred schol
ars. The exhibition promises to be
one of the best of the kind ever given
in this locality. Admission 25 cents.
Public Temperance Lecture.
Rev. Cather, Pastor of the Baptist
Church. McConnelsville, will deliver a
public address upon the subject of
Temperance, at the M. E. church in
Malta, on Thursday evening, the loth,
This address is at the request of the
Malta Lodge of Good Templars. Let
every one who can, come out on that
evening, and hear a lecture from a man
who willingly lends assistance for the
fartherance of every good cause.
E. M. Kexjckdt,
J. M. RrsK,
James T. Irvine, the Zanesville
Signal man, and whom wo made,
mention of two weekd ago, thinks
we are angry with him. Jle cer
tainly must view himself through a
powerful microscope in order to
come to any such conclusion. We
would as soon think of getting an
gry at a lady's lap dog, or an old
m .tid's pet cat, or o'ne of the innu
merable animalcule that occupy
every hundredth part of a square
inch of space, as at him. We pity
tho fellow, aud that is all the feeling
he is capable of producing in any
district Court, with Judges Mcll
vaine, Way, Granger and Wood on
the bench," commenced in McConnels
ville on Tuesday morning. A great
many witnesses had been subpoenaed
to be in attendance on Monday, and
were unnecessarily made to lose one
day from their business vocations, be
cause the Judges composing the Court
were not here to commence business.
This being a day behind time, has be
come chronic with our Judges, not
withstanding the fact that they know
full-well the day on which Court is to
set, and that great numbers of our far
mers, mechanics and business men, are
called to be in attendance punctual to
the day and hour. It strikes us that
men honored by the people by being
chosen to fill such important positions
as Judges of our Courts, should be more
punctual in fulfilling their appointments.
On Wednesday, the 6th instant, an
election of seven Directors for the
South-Western Rail Road was held in
the Mayor's ofiice, in M'Connelsville,
as per notice published in the papers
of Guernsey and Morgan counties. R.
A. Pinkerton and . H. M. Cochran, of
Morgan, and John S. Conner of Guern
sey, were chosen J udges of the election ;
and John S. Adair and Joseph A. Kel
ly, of Morgan, were chosen clerks; and
all duly sworn to perform their duties
faithfully by James M. Gaylord, Esq.
The only ticket presented was com
posed of the following named gentle
men: W. P. Sprague, of McConnels
ville ; Thomas Green, of Freeport, Har
rison County; Dr. Francis Rea, of
Washington, Guernsey County; Bent
net Roseman, and Dr J. M Stone, of
Cumberland, Guernsey County; Elea
zer Thompson, of Senecaville, Guern
sey County; and James Farmer of
Cleveland, Ohio. Nineteen hundred
and eleven votes were cast; all unani
mous for this ticket.
On Monday morning, the time ap
pointed for a regular meeting of the
County Commissioners of this County,
George S. Corp, one of the Board, ten
dered his resignation on account of bad
health. II is resignation was accepted,
and George J. Henderson, of Bristol
Township, was appointed in his stead
on Tuesday morning. The Board, so
constituted, immediately proceeded to
business. The main business transact
ed was as follows: Five roads were
established ; the James M. Bishop road,
of Homer township, allowing damages
offG6; J. C. L. Adams road, of Homer
township, allowing S12 1-2 damages;
S. G. Jordan road of Center township,
no damages; John Pierpoint road, of
Marion township, no damages; James
Strong road, of Malta township, no
damages. Surveys were ordered of the
following proposed roads : The Eli Mc
Inturf road, of Marion; Henry Bail-y
road, of Malta; Adam Wells road of
Homer; John Boals road, of Deerfield ;
and the Robert Milhouse road, of Mal
ta and Penn township?. The Annual
Reports of the Clerk of the Court. Sher-
( iff and Prosecuting Attorney, were pre
sented and accepted. The Board ad
journed on Wednesday.
Morgan Co., Medical Society.
The Semi-Annual Meeting of the
Morgan County Medical Society will
be-held in the room adjoining Robert
son's Drugstore, in McConnelsville, on
Tuesday, the 1st day of November. A
punctual attendance is desired.
Sept. 4J. 1870 tf.
The Woods5eId Spirit says some"
body has told that W. P. Sprcigue
is now President of the 1st National
Bank of this place. The Spirit's in
formant is mistaken. Mr. Sprague
has not boon a Bank President since
'66 or '67. .
Tins morning, while workmen
were reparing the Zano House pump
nnd nrenarinff to clear, out the well.
'James Wagoner, who was assisting
at the work, stepped upon the old
platform covering tho well which
cave wav with him and down
he went. In his descent ho seized
the pnmp-htalk, which, beini wet
and slimy, slipped through his
grasp like greased lightning, and
without check he landed m six feet
of water at the bottom of the well,,
fifty feet from the top. Parties at
the top of the well finding him alive,
let down a ropo which ho fastened
around his body, and was hauled to
tho surface, very little the worse of
his perilous fall, receiving only r.
few slight cuts and bruises. Zancs
ville Courier, 2dth vlt.
Prohibition in Massachusetts.
Tho Prohihit'-cnists of Massachu
setts met in convention recently,
and nominated a State ticket, with
Wendell Phillips at the head for
Governor, and adopted the follow
ing resolutions as their platform :
Resolved, 1. That the policy of
the Sfrite toward the liquor traffic
affects every political interest; that
it affects production, expenditure,
taxation, pauperism, prostitution,
the peace of the streets, the repres
sion of crme, the protection of per
son and property, the interests of
labor, the purity of tho ballot, and
the success, if not the existence of
2. That a policy which thus af
fects every political interest ought
to be decided -by tho people, and
should, by common consent, have
precedence to all other ispucs.
3. That we can have no hope from
a divided party ; that, representing
the two extremes of a liquor policy,
a divided .party can neither decide
for license nor for prohibiten ; that
it can neither pronounce for the life
nor for tho death cf the dram-shop
system, and that its opposing forces
centralize each other so that it can
neither adopt any policy, nor exe
cute any laws, nor make any issue
on this question.
4. That there can be no greater
peril than party competition for the
liquor vole; 'bat any party not open
ly opposed to thu traffic must engage
in this con. petition, must court the
favor of the criminal classes, must
barter the public morals, the purity
of the ballot, and every object of
good government, for party success.
5. That this corrupt competition
must be coexistent with the life and
political power of tho traffic ; that
an issue against their existence, is,
therefore, the only remedy, aid that
no such issuo can be made without
independent political action.
6. Therefore, that the organiza
tion of an independent political par
ty is an inevitable necessity.
7. That as a political party, we
seek a political object; that we aim
at the extinction of tho entire dram
shop system, national and etate, dis
tilled and fermented, not because it
is criminal, but because it is danger
ous and injurious to every interest
of tho "ommonwealth.
8. That while we recognize the
importance of other reforms, and
other political measures, wo pur
posely defer making party issues
thereon ; that our first work is to
place the state in unequivocal oppo
sition to the dram-shop system, and
that nntil that object shall be secur
ed wo will not bo diverted there
from by other issues.
9. That believing the liqnor pol
icy of the Plato to be incomparably
more important than other party
issues, and asking our Father iu
heaven to bless our act, we now sev
er the tics that bound us to other
political parties ;that we denounce
the dram-shop system as a common
school system ot vice ; that we
pledge the best efforts of our lives
for its overthrow, and that to this
end we demand of the state and na
tion a Radical Prohibitory policy.
10. That we appeal to working
men to go with usajtain6t a system
that degrades and enslaves labor
a system that largely consumes its
carnings,and enables capital to con
trol its votes, its hours of service,
and its wages.
11. That we appeal to Democrats
to go with us against a monopoly
that corrupts the ballot, that gives
office to the highest bidder, and that
lives by robbing the poor of lood,
fuel, clothing, and shelter.
12. That we appeal to Republi
cans by every motive that led them
to battle againstslavory to go with ns
ngainstan enemy, neither less pow
erful nor less dangerous to the na
tion and the race.
The convention had among its
800 delegates many' strong and able
men, such as Rev. Dr. Minor, lion.
John J. Baker, lion. EliphaletTrask
II. D. dishing, Esq., J. H. Orne,
Esq., Hon. Otis Carey, Rev. George
F, Clarke, &c.
Srli appears that tho Govern
ment has made about $200,000 which
have accrued to the United Slates
Treasury from the redemption of
mutilated notes and fractional cur
rency, and this fact seems to officials
such a mark of financial ability that
they quite plume themselves upon
it. Doubtless it is a 6hrewd way in
vliieh to obtain money which does
not belong to ihe Government, but
to individuals, an indirect mode
of taxing a people which is already
sufficiently burdened. Government
loses by mutilation of its notes only
tho value of the paper on which
they are printed a mere trrfl not
worth conBidei ing. Those who suf
fer most heavily are laborers who
can ill afford such deductions from
their hard-earned wages; for such
persons are entirely at the mercy of
the tradespeople who refuse to take
mntilateu notes save at a reduction
from the value expressed on their
face. The course taken by the Gov
ernment in tho matter is totally in
excusable, and another exhibition of
tho incapacity, not to say knavish,
ness of Radical rulers.
A Home. It is tho bright, bless
ed, adorable phaiilom which sits
highest on the nunny horrizon that
girdcth liio ! When shall it be reach
ed ? It is not the house, though that
may have its charms; nor the fields,
carefully tilled, and streaked with
your own f ntp:ilhs; nor the trees,
though their shadows betoj ou like
that of n "great rock in u weary
land;" nor yet is it the fireside,
with its cozv comfort : nor the pic
tures, which tell of loved ones; nor!
fh rheiishoi! looks: but more far
...w , - .
than all these, it is the presence ! ,
J he altar ot your conncenoe is mere;
and adorning it all, the sending of
your blood in passionate flow, is tho
ecstacy of the conviction that there,
at least, you are beloved ; that thcro
you are understood ; that there your
errors will meet ever with the gent
lest, forgiveness; that thcro your
troubles will be smiled away ; that
there you 11133 nnburthen your soul,
fearless of harsh unympathiztng
ears; and that there you may bo
entirely and joyfully yourself.
Unenviable Fame. Tho Ad
vance notices the favoritism which
General Grant is receiving among
tobacconists, as follows:
An old fact has fallen under our
observation within a few days, but
whether to consider it a reward o
merit, or a retribution on vice, is
tho question. Life-siz".d, carved
statues of General Grant, in wood,
are making their appearanco in
various parts of the city, yet always
wi.h the amo singular surroun
dings. Our honored President ap
pears in military garb, with the
invariable and characteristic cigar
in his fingers, doing duty at the
doors of the tobacconists! Tho In
dian, who has so long stood in this
public spot, is to be dismissed from
service; even the spindlcshanked
British soldier, who has lately been
substituted in some quarters, is to
be withdrawn, and the President f
the United States is to bo the
patron saint of the smokers, and to
have his image set up wherever the
incense is hurnedl If any thing
connected with us is to go down to
posterity, may it r.ot bo our vices!
Now that tho dog season is "on,"
the papers abound with "sure and
simple" cures for hydrophobia.
There is not a singlo instance on
record of recovery from a well
anthtnticated case of hydrophobia.
The best thing a man can do, on b-
ing bitten by a rabid dog, is to re
pent of his sins, make his will, aud
shoot himself through the head on
the appoarance of tht first" well
marked symptom. As for tho fnoltt
'who publish cures, they should be
thrown into art-pitand nibbled to
death by terriers.
Josh Billings has been to Long
Branch, and thereof writes: "The
biggest thing they have got hero
for the present is the pool of water
in front of tho hotels. Tho pool is
sed bi good judges, to be 3,000 ?niles
in length, and in some places five
miles in thickness. Into this pool,
every day at 10 o'clock, tho lolks
all retire; males and females and
widders, promiskuss. Thoy dress
in flannel attire ov menny colore,
and look as near like when they are
in tho pool, as a flock of ducks and
drakes. The water in this pool
has stood so long it has got 6alty,
and ought to bo changed."
lit SIX CSS AOTICES.
B Cash paid for Butter and
D. & C. W. MUMMEY.
5a- GOODS !
HEW GOODS ! I
KJEW GOODS! !!
Receiving at STONE'S.
Malta people will fiud il to their advan
tage to always call at Adair's Book Store,
before purchasing their School Books.
$SS Go and fee ibe Cue stock of Dry
Gjods tLey are keeping at SILL'S
S. We have a lot of old style shoea for
ladies' and children, from 75 cents to $1,00,
worth double the money to wear just the
thing to put on before winter comes.
J. B. STOXE.
5ST Fanning Mills, of their own
manufacture, for sale by Cochran,
Bozman A Co.
Jfiw Goods, consisting of School Books,
Shipping Bills, Window Shades, Ac, at
A dais's Book Stork.
H&-Queensware, Tinware and Groceries,
goiuS cheap at - SILL'S.
5U We will pay the highest cash
price for Corn.
D. & C. W. MUMMEY.
6-The latest New York Fashions direct
from the east at SEAMA A- CO'S.
A new stock of Cloths, Cassimcres
and Vesting, received this week at SEA
MAN A CO'S.
5a- Givo ns a call when you want a nice
Trunk, or a Basket, we can fill the biil for
you. F. SILL A CO.
5a- A new line of Blue, Black and Brown
French Coating at SEAMAN A CO'S.
Bemis".Collarsf and "Beii'is" Cuffs,
a new thing just received, also, a lot of
GcnU Fure Linen Collars, cheap at
3a-Over 100 pieces of Cloths and Cassi
roeres of the very latest styles received thia
week at SEAMAN k CO'S.
5T"Browr, Blue, Dark Blue and Grey
Jeans, as nice as any Cassimeres, just open
ed and fur 6ale cheap at SILL'S.
JVotlce to Ilullders.
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. UALL1DAY, Clerk.
f Brown and Green Lustres, late atyle,
ocly 30 cents a yard, at SILL'ti.
J?! erj laicwisiTiet J jlitT nn ecu
Ties just opened at fclLL'S.
HL SIXCSS XOTICE&.
The Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society, will
meet at the Mayor's Office, in McCon
Monday, Sfptemler 2th 1S70,
at 10 o'clock, A. M , for the transac
tion of bifsiness relative to the ap
proaching Fair of the Society. This
aud 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, JOliX S. A DA I II,
Sep. 2, 1S70 2v. Secretary.
Farmers! Far users ! ! Lappa
hannock White Wheat for seed. It
is the earliest wheat in the country.
Can be cut as early as tho llilh of June,
and is warranted weevil proof, and
weighs 60.J pounds per bushel meas
ure even full. For sale at
BARKER & MeDAXIEL'S.
Aucr. 19th 4w.
Tlosiery, Sueppiideri'. Handkerchief,
Xeck-'ies, I'ollars, Gloves, Mohair Switches,
Head Xets, Corsets, Combs, Tuilft Soaps,
Ac-, always ct SILL'S.
. . ...
Tlie undersigned has been nppoin'ul Pnil
fual'n;;l as Kx cnior n the eMnie ol J. hn
Batkliurst, litot Morgan conr.f y, do-ewd.
.JOHN C. Ji. UAKKUURSr.
During the school y:ir beginning
September 1st. IS?!!, examinations f'r
certificates will be conducU-d in wri
ting. Thre will ba only one exami
nation in each month. The examina
tion will be helil on the second Satur
day of the month, beginnhiii at 10 o'
clock, A. M. in tha school building at
Malta. Certificates, or notices of
failure, will bo sent to applicants,
durinr the week following the ex
amination. N. M. VoLAl-rSIILIX,
J AS. M. RUSK,
Board of Examiners.
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niellrd by any localizing hAm-nces, is a
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It is pioc raive, instructive, and enter
ttiulhif, aid cannot ft il to p! a-e ail who
take an int'nsst iu Fc:eiitiG2 research, ia
the best literature, or in educnlicnal im
provements. As a j amal for the family
ciic'e it lia no tnperior. Fur only TWO
DOLLARS a year its publishers. C. II.
Tcrker & Co., 415 locust St. Philadel
phia, furnibh over 23G0 book pages of
very excellent reading1, wliiih. it bound
duodecimo form, would make a volume
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September 2 18T0-Cm.
Sheriff's Sale In I'ai Jftion.
William Campbell, et al.. v. Elizabeth
Campbell, ct al.
Hy virtue of an order to soil ard to me
directed from the Court of Common 1'lean
of Morgan Coor.ty, Ohio, in the above c
titlrd uction, 1 will offer for sale at puMic
auction, at the door of the Court Ilcube ia
McConnelsville, iuFaid county,
On JMonday, flic 3d day of Oc
tober, A. !.,
at 1 o'tlock, P. M., of said day, the follow
ing di-scribed real estate, situate iu Union
Township, Morgan Connty and State of
Ohio, to wit: lieni a puit of section 24,
lownfliip 8, range 13 of lur.Jd so'd at Zmf
ville, Ohio, and bounded as lollowp, to-wit :
Beginning at a j oint on the North bound
ary of the Southeast quarter of s lid snt:on
sixty 60) ptrihe? from the Nortbst cor
ner of said quarter, thence So'i'h G'i 1-2
sixtj-tbree and a hulf perches thdnce in a
Soutb-westtrly direction eiel.teon jly lur
ches to a point eu the eajt tukf Wolf
Cretk in the Northern boundury of land
conveyed by James Csmrtell to liskride
Torbert. thence a Wes -ily direction with
a rocky lio'liw to the Western boundary 0!
said quarter to a point e:gl.tj ISO 1 perches
NoitUof the S mthern t.i u--d rv of said
section, thince North with the Wi stern
bound jiy of said Southeast q iart'r to a
stone planted eight 8 chaiues ai'd for'y
eight 48 links South of the North-west
corwr ol Fail quarter, thence North forty
eight ond a lalf 43 1-2 degrees West
twelve 12 chains and eight v-one 81
lii.ki to the Northern boundary of the
Southwest quarter of said section, thence
West on said hound:" y line to the South
west corner of the Norlhwrst quarter of
said section, thence with the Westtrn
boundary of said Northwest qnarter to a
poiut in eaid boundary, fifty 50 1 perches
South of the Northwest corner of said
Northwest quarter, thence Ent eighty
SOl ro1'' thence North fifty 50 rods to
the North boundary of said section, thence
East on said Not lb boundary to Ihe North"
east corner of ti e Northwest qn-rter of
said section, thence South on the Eas'ern
boundary of iaid Norihwrsi quarter to he
Southwest corner of land conveyed by
fames Campbell to Wm OorniT, by deed
thence South seventy-six (70) degrres East
to the Southeast corner .f aid 'and con
veyed by Campbell to Corner, thence North
on the Eastern boundary of said Corner's
lot fourteen 14 parches to the Northern
boundary of said section, thence E isrt to the
Northeast corner of the West halt of the
Northe ist quarter of said sec-ion 24, thence
Sontb on the Eastern boundary of said
West half quarter to the Southeast corner
thereof, thtnee East on the Northern bound
ary of Ihe Southeast qnapter of said sec
tion to the place of beginning, containing
two hundred and seventy-Sve acres more or
less. Appraised at Forty Dollar per acre,
amounting to Eleven Thousand Dollars.
Tfce said premises t be sold subject to
the dewer estate of the said Elizabeth Camp
bell, thereon assigned.
Termsof sa!e: Onp-tMrddown. one-third
in one year and one-third ic two yenrs from
day of sale; deferred pay men's to bear in
terest from date and be secured by mortgage
on the premises.
A. D. HAVENER, Sh'fL.M. C O.
Por.?, Corner & Foulke, Att'js for pltfls.
Sept. 2. 1870-5w.
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follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August l?th, 1870-?ra.
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