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DOLLARS A YEAR
FRIDAY, .... Sept. 30, ISTO.
Prohibition County Ticket.
JOHN II. MURRY.
FOR PROSECCTIKO ATTORNEY,
JOSHUA T. CREW.
"WILLI A il II . COOL.
FOR IXFIRJIART DIRECTOR,
SIMPKIS II. BROWN
On last Thursday evening, Rev.
Cather delivered a telling Prohibition
lecture in Malta.
Onr townsman, illiam Davis, Jr.,
beat the "crack" foot-racer of Noble
County, at the Fair at Caldwell last
week, winning the premium.
Married. By Father JTcKiernan,
Sunday last, at the bride's residence in
"Windsor township, Mr. Patrick Swer-
ket, of the firm of P. Sweeney & Co., of
this place, and Miss Mart E. Eisixbise.
Rev. King, of Zanesville, who was
preaching in the Universalist Church,
during the forepart of this week, will
hold service in the same church on
Mondar. Tuesday and Wednesday
evenines of next week.
We notice that J. J. Stone, agent
for Singer's new Improved Family Sew
ing Machine, has just received a new
eupply. Mr. Stone informs us that he
has 6old quite a number of them and
that all have given entire satisfaction.
The Morgan County Board of Equal
ization, composed of Commissioners
Davis, Niceswanger, and Henderson,
Auditor McGrew, and Surveyor Pond,
convened again on last Saturday, and
completed their business as said Board.
Their report will, probably, be ready
for publication next week.
The colored population of Athens,
"Washington, Morgan, and adjoining
counties, held a celebration in the vi
cinity of Cutler Station, on Thursday
of last week, in -commemoration of the
issuing of the Proclamation of Eman
cipation. About eighteen hundred per
sons were present.
nar in as considerable ex-J
citement, or rather curiosty, was caused
on our streets yesterday morning, by
the exhibition of a hen's egg, by Wil
liam Ilorner, of this township, on which
was plainly visible, "War 1871." Mr
Ilorner auys he got the egg out of a
hen's nest at his home, three miles
above M'Connelsville, yesterday; and
that it was warm, like a fresh laid egg,
when he took it out of the nest, and
that it bore the ominous words above
quoted at that time.
The Superintendent of the McCon
nelsville Public School, N. M. Mc
Laughlin, Esq., handed us, on Tuesday
morning last, the following, which ex
plains itself :
M Public School Bctldixo, 7
McConnelsville, Sept 27.
"The Teachers and Superintendent
.of the Public Schools present their
heartfelt thanks to the Editors and
Proprietors of the Conservative, and the
JT ConnelsvilU Herald, for the generous
and long-continued free gift of their
widely known papers coming to them,
as Friday does, once each week.
" 'Lone may thev wave !
Ne'er may they wave (r) I
Sharp may they shave,
But suave be the shaver) !"
For the Conservative.
Me. Editor: I wish to call the at
tention of jour readers to Kiddoo's
Concert, held in the Malta Methodist
Church on Wednesday evening, and to
Tbe repeated on next Saturday evening.
Every body present cn Wednesday
evening, was astonished at the profici
ency displayed by the little folks, and
all thought a full house could be had
for a re-display of their advancement.
Special praise is due to the efforts made
by M isses Walker, Pond, and Hann
It is hoped that all who desire or take
pleasure in a good entertainment, or
that feel like encouraging our youth,
will be present on next Saturday eve.
Malta, Sept., 29. T. F. E.
Decorating Committee. The
following persons have been selected
by the Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society, and
are respectfully solicited to assist in
decorating the Floral Hall, at the Fair
Grounds, on Tuesday next, October
4th, 1870: Misses Kate Mortley, Ada
F. Stone, Lucy Barker, Frankie Eber-
lefn, Eliza Pinkerton, Mary Shepard,
A. Merriam, Julia Scott, Libbie Chea-
dle. Emma Adams, Mary Dunnington,
J ohn F.Sigler, Samuel Morgan, Charles
II. Loughridge, Charles E. Kahler,
Charles Welch, Thomas Stanton, and
A conveyance for taking the above
Committee to and from the grounds,
will call for them on the above named
day, at 1 o'clock, P. V.
JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec.
James J iluflmau, of Bloom
township, exhibited to u, on Thurs
day last, some very fine specimens of
wool that had been clipped off of some
Long-wool ed Cottswold and Leiceister
eheep.vhich hepnrchased, in partnership-with
James Harris, of ?enn town
ship, of some Canadians who had them
on exhibition at the recent Ohio State
Fair. One sample was fifteen inches
long, and was sheared off of a yearling
buck, which took the first premium at
the State Fair, and off which was shear
ed twenty-one pounds of wool last
spring. Huffman & Harris purchased
eixty-four head of these sheep eight
bucks and fifty-six ewes and will have
them on exhibition at our County Fair.
They 6ay they will sell four buck lambs
and twenty-two ewe lambs, if any one
desires to invest in either of these kinds
of sheep. .
Joseph Sigler, of Meigsville town
ship, also, purchased one buck Iamb
and three ewes, at the State Fair, of j and
the Lonc-wooled Cotfewolled hrawl
An unusual amount of sickness is
reported to exist in Malta.
Teosk coming to the Fair will do
well to eall at the City Shaving Saloon
when in need of a shave or hair cut.
Fred nd George have made special
arrangements for a gocd run of busi"
Morgan County Fair. The Sec
retary of the Morgan County Agricul
tural Society informed us, on last Tues
day morning, that near a hundred en
tries had been made by those intending
to compete for premiums to be award
ed at the Fair next week. One man
had made thirty-two en tries. This aug
urs veil for a successful and highly
commendable exhibition. Remember
the dates Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday o next week.
The McConnelsville Conservative
charges-Mr. Sprague with lending a I
neighbor and taking his note at thir-
Ja3 f?r 40- Pretty g0od intent J
.But is this true 7 V hone, not not
because he is a candidate for Congress,
but because he is a professor of Chris
tianity, and such a transaction is utter
ly repugnant to the most external no
tions of that religion. We are unwill
ing to believe it. If not true, the man
who wrote it ought to be kicked into
tne -aiuskingum. Manettian, Sept. 24.
The above charge against Mr. Sprague
was made by a contributor to the Con
servative, and not by the editor, as the
Maricitian would seem to say ; but, not
withstanding this error, we will now
say that it is true, and, further, that it
is only one of many cases of the same
kind, that might be truthfully charged
against him. Further, there is not a
Republican in the District that dares
to dispute the truth of the charge, as
we can prove it true beyond a perad
venture at any time that it is neces-
sarv. ere there a man in the Dis
trict having the hardihood to deny the
truth of it, he might stand a good
chance of getting "kicked into tho Mus
kingum," or some other place.
A Correspondent of the Zanes
ville Courier gives particulars of a hor
rible affair at Munday creek, Perry
county, on the 6th inst., as follows:
Mr. Euffler was about to raise a log
house, and in the morning killed a
sheep by cutting off its head with an
ax, on a block. Two of children watch
ed the operation, and when their fath
er and the other hands were busily en
gaged in the raising of the building,
one of the little boys, about seven years
of age, said to his younger brother,
about five years old, "lay your head on
the block until I show you how father
killed the sheep." The little fellow
did so. The elder one drew the ax and
went through the motions, and sever
ed the head of his little brother almost
from the body. The mother of the
children hearing the noise went to see
what had happened. Finding her child
dying she gave a scream which startled
the hands on the building, who were
up very high, and in the act of putting
up a large log, which they let fall, kill
ing five men, the father of the children
and four others.
Georgia State Fair.
The Sixteenth Annual Fair of the
Georgia State Agricultural Society, will
begin at Atlanta, Georgia, on the I9th
October, 1870, and. continue from
eight to ten days. The Fair is open to
all, and the Society has offered special
inducements for men of the North to
make entries of stock, manufactures,
fcc, and compete for the splendid pre
miums. Railroads will transport stock,
manufactures, &c, for exhibition, at
rates; and Bound-Trip tickets can
obtained from all points in the Uni
ted States at half rates. The Society
offers 2,000 premium for the fastest
trotting horse in harness, best two in
three; $500 for the next fastest; $1,200
other trotting premiums. Atlanta
made arrangements for the accom
modation of 100 000 guests during the
Fair. The people of Georgia deserve
great credit for the enterprise they are
showing in the way of promoting the
arts of peace.
John Wesley's Testimony.
The pioneer of Methodism thna
alluded to tho curse of a traffic in
ardent spirits. Why are not all his
successors eqnally bold in their con
demnation of that enemy of all true
".Neither may we gain bv hurting
neinoor in lasbody. Therefore,
may not sell anything which
hjiiuo iu impair neaun. ouch is,
eminently, all that liquid fire com
monly called drams, or spirituous
liquors. It is true these may have
place in medicine; they may be of
in some bodily disorders; al
though there would rarely be occa
sion for them, were it not for the
unskillf "ulness of the practitioner.
Therefore, such as prepare and sell
for this end may keep their
conscience clear. Bat who are ihey?
prepare them only for this
Ho you know ten such distil
in England? Then excuse these
all who sell them in tiio com
wav, to any that will buy, are
poisoner general. They murder his
majesty 8 subjects at wholesale:
neither does their eve vhv or snarj!
drive them to'hell like sheep ;
what is their gain? Is it not
blood of these men? Who. then.
"uum envy ineir largo estates and
sumpiuiua palaces? A curse is in
tVllJ-f)f aP 1. A. 1 ,
jIiucw vi mem ; me curse o:
cleaves to the stones, the tim
Mid tho fnrnitnro of them.
curse of God is in their gardens,
walks, tneir groves a fire
burns to tho nethermost hell !
blood is there : the fonnda
the floor, tho walls, the roof,
stained with blood ! And canst
hope, O man of blood, though
art 'clothed in scarlet and fine
and furo sumptuously every
canst thou hope to deliver
thy felds of blood to tho third
generation ? Xot so ; for their is a
in heaven : therefore thv name
be rooted out. Like as those
thoa hast destroyed, body
soul, thy name shall perish
The New; . Good,9 at Adams &
Hauler's are attracting universal
attention of the purchasing public.
Don't fail to give them a call dar
ing the Fair. .Remember that their
stock in thtr very latest received
from the Eastern markets.
George Richardson's Grocery is
the place to get eatables when you
come the Fair, lie can supply you
with whatever your taste may de
sire. Every thing kept that is com
monly lound m a first-class Gro
cery. AnorsE, belonging either to John
O.. I'armiter or Thomas Jett, was
consumed by fire in Meigsville
township, on Tuesday evening. "We
are uncertain as to the ownership,
becailRA of tb fiiet. thnt. thft 'firm rm
. , ...
wmcn me nouse siooa was soia to
Jett Dy I'armiter, and was to be
delivered over to Jatt on Wednes
day morning, jfarmiter had begun
to move out of the house at the time
the fire occurred. Wo are net well
enough acquainted with tho cir
cumstances of tho sale to tell who
tho house belonged to. House was
worth, in tho estimation of one liv.
ing in the neighborhood, about five
hundred dollars. No insuranco.
W. W. M'Cartt very kindly
furnishes us with the following
Internal Eevenuo information :
On and after the first day of
October, 2870, no stamps will bo
requirea on promissory notes lor a
less sum than one hundred dollars
and no stamps will be required on
receipts for any earn of money.
Also, 6tamps will not be required
on a transfer or assignment ot i
mortgage, where the original m
6truracnt has been duly stamped.
The Special Taxes, commonly
called ''Jjiccnses," will remain in
force until after tho 1st day of May
1871, after which time no Spccia
Taxes will bo imposed except upon
Brewers, Distilled Sf frits and To
An "Old Sport" contributed tho
following good thingto tho JVeic
1 or ft ledger :
You spoke about a clever para
graphist tvritingthe first Xapolcon's
epitaph, as follows :
"Able was I ero I saw Elba."
which reads the eamo backwards
and forwards. Yon ask for an
equally good epitaph for the illustri
ous nephew of his illustrious uncle
Here :t is :
Regal was I ere I saw lager.
The Immaculate Republican
A correspondent of the Temper
ance limes, in last week a issue of
that paper, undor tho above hoad-
pg, writes :
One need not travel far nor search
ong for examples of inconsistency
n toe conduct ot both mends and
foes of Temperance. Tho Hepubli-
can party claims to be composed of
tho progresMve, liberty loving, and
ntelligent elements of society. Es
pecially as regards tho Temperance
relorm are wo assured there is no
name given under heaven or earth
whereby anything can bo accom
plished except through the Repub
lican party. Wo have uearcbod
through tho proceedings of their
conventions in hopes" of finding
some foundation for this assertion.
Resolutions aro passed in profusion,
acq. with tho greatest unanimity, in
ui.u it itu buu Licawoii uuuuinillY. IU I ,
relation to almost every .ubjecV of
national, 6tate and municipal im
portance, excepting always con
cerning the great cause of intern
pcrauco. Not a word about that I
Can anything be more supremely
ridiculous than tno action of tho
Cuyahoga County Kepublican Con
vention? Three resolutions were
passed one indorsing the state
platform, (has it one word or hint
relation to the great iniquity of
liquor traffi?) one congratula
of Prussian victories, and one
regard to building a county jail 1
ncre we sec the great immaculate
Kepublican iemperance party the
party claiming tho honor of libera
ting tho slaves the partv m favor
universal ireedom and pure re
publicanisra passing resolutions ni
sympathy lor one of the most des
potic governments now iu exist
ence. Y illiam, of Prussia, a believ
in tho divine right of kings, a
mau who said, when he toot the
crown, that he accepted it as a gift
God,not of the people, a man
ho regards the people as tools and
slaves created for the pleasure of
august majesty, this man, ruling
people with a rod of iron, re
ceives congratulations from the
iberty-loving Kepublican partv in
America 1 They had no word
comforc to offer the downtrodden
wretched of our land, made so
the liquor trade. Iso proposi
was 'nade to stop the flood of
crime, sunenng anti pauperism, the
direct result of inteiperance, but
congratulations lor the success
ono despot contending with an
other. Wjo does not sco the object
tnis resolution r Jloat certainly
nauer me "right arm ot tho Ke
publican party' the German lager
vote. We are reminded of the
And Satan still, for idle hands,
Some mischief finds to do."
The mission of the partv fulfilled.
occupation ono, the leaders still
to it, boastof what it has done,
to keep its memory green, and
carefully avoiding tho onlv
political question now before
people expect to secure the Ger
vote, and thus add a few vears
its lease of existence llow Ion".
Temperance men, will you cling
Such a party ?
Uncle Jesse, who holds tho rela
of father to the Government,
lecture at Logan on the 1st of
October. The subject of his dis
will be, wepresamo, "Juven
norsomansnip, or Jiow Ulysses
The telegraph reports the ap-
pointracnt of Senator Morton to
the English Mission. Thin has long
been a pet ambition of His Excel
lency, lie made hi celebrated
Richmond speech, indorsing John
son's Administration, with that end
in view, bnt ''slipped up" on it. lie
has now arrived at his objective
point by an altogether different
route; bat so he gets there, it mat
ters little to the Sonator what road
' Give us a good old English
oath," is a request reported to have
been made of an English Admiral at
a social and international meeting
of Frenrh and English naval officers
where tho comparative merits of
the two languages, as affording a
medium of profanity, were under
discussion. "Thero," said tho Ad
miral, after ripped out an oath the
intensity of which tinged tho air
with a sulphurous blue, while the
concussion startled the slates on the
roof. "Thero, that's worth a hun
dred of your pitiful parbleus and
sacres " Had old Ben. Wade got
the English Mission, ho would have
taken the conceit out of the beef-
eating English. He would have
6hovn Ibcm thj force of an Amer
ican oath. ,
A certain gentleman says he has
a dear loving little wife, who is.
withal, an excellent housekeeper.
On her birthday she moved her
rockinff-chair closo to his Bide. He
was reading. She placed her dear
littlo hand lovingly on his arm and
moved it alorg softly toward his
coat collar. He felt nice all over.
Ho certainly expected a kiss. Hear
sweet, loving creature an anrfcl !
She moved her hand up and down
his coat sleeve. 'Husband," said
she. "What, my dear?" I was
j'ast thinking ." "Were yo
my love?'' "I was j'ust thinking
how nicely this suit of clothes you
havo oc would work into a rag-carpct."
Gems Linen Collars at Sill's.
Catholic Prayer Books
And Bibles at 'ADAIR'S Book Store.-
New stock received on yesterday.
Lots of nice trtxxls. iust in time Tor the
Fair, at Sill's.
Tiolet Writing Fluid!
A fresh snpply of this excellent Commer
cial Writing Fluid, in quarts, half pints, find
smaller size, just received at Adair's Book
Store. No better Fluid made or sold.
WEDDIXG RIXG3 I
ariVOSS AGATE'IUXGS 1 1
JT-EtJBY IilXGS 1 ! 1
aU.KST KINGS I ! !
n. B. VINCENT & BUO'S.
ITol for rnn Fair t Ladies Iriro brown
Baskets a bi liue of them next week at
Sosik new stylo of Collars and a trreat
many novelties iu Neckties just received at
School Books It
A large and excellent assortment ot School
Book received at Adair's Book Store on yes
terday. They keep all kinds used in town
and country schools and sell ac low prices.
Nkw Goods received almost weekly at
Pocket Books !
New stock of Pocket Books received this
week at Adair's Book Store. Thev kin n.
large stock and good assortment of these
Goods, for both ladies and jrentlemen. and
can supply any kind wanted.
Expected. A lot of Beautiful all Wool
Filll Khjiwlo fl13A fl Slip lina nf Tl A 1r fVi ..
. " ' - " """'" I
A fixe stock of Dry Goods, recently from
East, just opened at Sill's.
new supply of "Family Testaments
Psalms, tcith A'otes, together with a rood
assortment of splendidly illustrated Juvenile
noons, just received at Adaik s Book Store
Eykrt youne man will want a ntvlUfc
Necktie and collar to attend the Fair; go
Sill's for them, their stock is the largest
best, there you can get the latest fash
ions. Keuiem ber at Si 11 's.
2TSl hereby certify that I hnve used
BliANT'S INDIAN WORM KILLER, pre
pared by S. Sprague, and consider it the
. .IT r t - - t .
norm luemcine i nave ever used, nmi
have tried all the other preparations most
in use ior inai purpose. 1 therefore take i
pleasure in recommending it to my neigh
bors and others. JOHN HENDERSON.
AH kinds of Bruxhc received at Adair's
Store this week. They ha ve just open
a large and handsome stock of Clothes
Brushes, Hair Bru-shcs, Tooth Brushes, Xail j
jjrusnes, anu Shaving urushes, and enn show
more Goods, and of better stock, than
can una eisewnere iu mis valley.
Tbcxes, Satchel, Bags, and Baskets in
variety at Sill's.
"Hom tocb Horses" and go into Stone's
buy a nice Buggy whip from 50cts to
lading switches in great var'cty.
New and fine lot ot Stationery received at
Adair's Book Store nn vlrrrl.- Thi Kn..
constantly keep the best line of this class of To
in stock, and sell better Writing J'a-
Envelopes, Fens, Ink, Lead Pencils, dc,
an y olhei establishment in the county.
have just replenished our Stock of
Groceries by a nice lot of Sugars, Coffee
Our Tea is extra. When you want
urocerics go 10 ours;
large and excellent stock of Clothes
Brushes the finest assortment and best line
Goods ever brought to this place just re
ceived at Adair's Book Store. Their stock
splendid, and of all sizes, styles, and pri- Work
Thb largert stock of Notions vpr offered
McConnelsville is now to be seen atSill's.
Hundreds of Articles to numerous to men
an ai low rates. Call and examine,
mane no cnarge fur showing our goods.
"We will pay the highest cash
D. & C. W. JIUMMEY.
Morgan Co.. Medical Socicfr.
The Semi-Annual Meeting nf th
Morgan County Medical Society will
held in the room adjoining Robert
Drug Store, in McConnebj ville. on
Tuesday, the 1st day of November. A
punctual attendance is desired.
Sept. a, ISTO-tf.
stock of Tweezers. Patent Keu Bines.
Soap, Razor Strops, Miniature or
Kmvts, Corn Plasters, Wallets, Lead
Meel Pens, Ac, just received at A
PAia't B00I5 Store on yesttrdav.
ruKLEsmxc; & pkixtixu.
jp??" Published everyFriday morning in
pS" McCooncloVille, Ohio, on the Co ope
ST rative IMan of publishing a county
2J3 Newspaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN
NEOUS AND COMMER
Besides a Ureater Tarlely of
Foreign and Home
Than any paper ever published in
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
tnis paper, ami to whom
LIBERAL CASH WAGES I
will be paid.
Job Printing !
onr faplI,tie for rrinllDS kinds of
"While we are prepared to do all kinds o
plain Job rriut'ug neatly and expeditious
Special -At ten. tion !
in general, as we are supplied with
best ana largest assortment ui
such pnrposes, that ever was in Mc
Connelsville. OFFICE IX
Tl?T X 7JG T3ITIT HlVf! I
IvEiljij JL O DUILUlilU I
SOUm-WESTCORNER OF PUB
April 0, 1S70,
D. II. MORTLEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
is one of the
EVERY THING SELLING LOW!!
FAYIXG TEE HIGHEST TfilCE FOU
tgs, GIVE U3 A CALL ! -8
July 20, 1S70 tf-
DRY GOODS, &.C.
MADE TO ORDER.
BIc Connels ville,
April 20 tf.
Daring 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. WeLAUOnUN,
JAS. M. RUSK,
Board of Examiners.
Septemner 2, 1S70 2m.
In obedience to the requisition of an act
of the General Assembly of the Scale of Ohio,
passed May 31at, 1852,"l hereby jive notice
to the Electors of ilorga n county, that they
assemble in their respective Townships, at
the usual places of holding elections there
in, on tho
SECOSD TVESDA T OF OCTOBER
next, being the llth day of said month,
there and then to vote for one Secretary of
Stale, one Supreme Judge, one Comptroller
of the Treasury, one Member of the Board
of Public Works, one Jember for Congress.
(15ih District) one .Member of the Board of
Equalization, (14th district), one Treasurer,
one Prosecuting Attorney, one Commission
er, one Infirmary Director.
The Trustees ot the several townships ot
Morgan county, will, cn the eame d;iy. se
lect and return to the Clerk of the Court
of noramon Pleas, tbe following number
of Juro3. to-wit : Bloom 5, .Bristol 6,
Center 6, DeerScld 6. Homer 8, Malta 8,
Marchester4, Marion 8. Meigsville 6 Mor
gan 12 Tenn C, Union 7, Windsor 9 Yoik 5.
Given nnder rr.y h ind this 13th day of
September, A. D., 1870.
A, D. HAVENER,
Sept. 23 3w. Kheiiffol Morgan Co.
That JOII TRYAX is the BEST
COI1BLEU ever in McCOAWELS
lie has constantly on, hand a good assort
men t of Fine and Stogie Boots, of his own
manufacture, which he U offering at thw
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on Xorth-westcoruer of Pub
lic square, McConnclsrille, Ohio.
So warmly welcomed by ait eludes a3 a
monthly periodical, enlarged its sphere of
usefulness and chanjred to a weekly on tho
16th of July last. This journal, untram
melled by any localizing influences, U a
National Edarator in its broadest sense.
It is progressive, instructive, and enter
taining, and cannot fail to phase all who
take an interest in fcicntiSc research, in
the best literatnre, or in edncational im
provements. As a journal for the family
circle it la no superior. For only TWO
DULijAKaa year its publishers, L. IJ.
TrRNKR Vi 415 Locust St..Fhiladel
phiafuruifeh over 2300 book pajes of
very excellent reading, which, it bound
duodecimo form, would mako a voluaia
seven inches in thickness, making it not
only the BES T bat the CUEAPEST
paper of il3c!a3sin the world
In order to Uvor our readers," and
increase the circulation of the Consei vative,
we have made arrangenents with the
Pnbl ishers of tbe Educational Gazettr to
send that excellent family poper and The
Conservative, both for one j ear. for S3 25.
to each subscriber. We hope onr friends
will f how this liberal offer to their friend?
and neighbors, and send to C II. Turner &
Co., 415 Locust S'reet, Philadelphia, for a
sample copy; bnt m avail yourselves of thL
ofler, the money and names must be sent to
ns. Addi ess Consert ati ?e, M c Connels ville.
September 2. 1870 6m.
Sheriff's Sale in Partition.
William Campbell, et a!., vs. Elizabeth
Campbell, et ah
Bv virtue of ao order to sell and to ma
directed from the Conrt of Common Fleas
Morgan County, Ohio, in tie above en
titled action, I will ofler for salelat public
auction, at the door of the Cour t Ucuse ia
ilcConneliViIIe, in said county,
On Monday, the 3d day of Oc
1 o'f!ock, P. M.,of said day, the folio w-
ncr described real estate, situate in Union
Township, Morgan County and State of
Ohio, to wit : Being a part of Fection 24,
township 8, range 13 of. lands sold at Zines
ville, Ohio, and bounded as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on th3 North bound
ary of the Southeast quarter of said section
sixty tU percnes irom me iNormeasi cor
of said quarter, thence South 63 1-2
sixty-three and a half perches, thence in a
Sooth-westerly direction eighteen 18 per
ches to a point on the eat bank of Wolf
Creek in the Northern boundary of land
conveyed by James Campbell to Eskrida
Torbert, thence a Westerly direction with
rocky hollow to the Western boundary of
quarter to a point eigbty 180 perches
North of the Southern boundary of said
section, thence North with tha Western
boandary of said Southeast quarter to a
stone planted eteht 18 chainea and forty-
ei"ht 1431 links South of the North-west
corner of said quarter, thence North forty-.
and a lalf-43 1-21 degrees
twelve 12 chains and eightyone 81 J
to the Northern boundary of tha
Southwest quarter of said sectioD, thence
West on sa'J boandary line to the South
corner of the Northwest quarter of
section, thence with the Western
boundary of said Northwest quarter to a
in said boundary, fifty oOJ perches
South ot the Northwest corner of said
Northwost quarter, thence Last eighty
rod, thence North fifty b0 rods to
North boundary of said section, thenca
on said North boundary to the North
corner of the Northwest quarter of
sectioD, thence South on the Eastern
boundary of said Northwest quarter to the
Southwest corner of lands conveyed by
Campbell to W m. Corner, by deed.
South seventy-six TGI degrees East
the Southeast corner of faid land ee con
by Campbell to Corner, thence North
the Eastern boundary of faid Corner's
fourteen 14 perches to the Northern
boundary of said section, ihence East to the
Northeast corner of the West half of the
Northoist ouartprof said sec-ion 24, thence
on the Eastern boandary of said
half aaarter to the Southeast corner
thence Fast on the Northern boand
of the Southeast quarter of said sec
to the place 01 Beginning, coniainiD
hundred and seventy-Gve acres more or
A noraised at Forty Dollar- per acre,
amounting to Eleven Thousand Dollara.
The said premises ta be sold subject ta
dower estate of the said Elizabeth Camp
bell, thereon assigned.
Terms of sale: One-third down, one-third
one year and one-third ic two years from
of sale ; deferred payments to bear in
terest from date and Le secured by mortgage
A. D. 11 A V tw f 1, 00 o. , . v.. v.
Pocd, Corner Jfc Fonlke, Atfys for pltSi. ,
Sept. 2, 1870-St.