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THE . CONSERVATIVE.
TWO UULLAHS a year
FRIDAY, . . Oct. T, ISTO.
Prohibition County Ticket.
FOIl TREASrRER, .
. JOns H. MUKEY.
FOR PBOSECTTTXO ATTORXET.
JOSHUA T. CREW.
"WILLIAM H . COOL.
FOR lSFJEMARY DIRECTOR, '
SIMPKIX H . BROWS
Get every voter out to the polls on
Don't - forget that next Tuesday is
the day of the election.
See to it tint the aged, the -infirmi
and the careless are at the polls on next
Tuesday. , '
Examine your tickets well and
see that there are no blanks to be filled
tip before voting on next -Tuesday.
Be on your gward against fraudulent
tickets' and false electioneering stories
to be circulated on the morning of the
election. -" -
Harried, by Elder Dye, on Mon
day Oct. 3, 1S70, Mr. Jons Hanson and
Miss Eliza Ass Sueets, both of Morgan
county, Ohio. -
.The Fair has been the largest ever
held K the County. . About 800 entries
werp made, and more admission tickets
were sold than ever before.
Remember that one or two votes
is liable to decide the result of the elec-
'tions, and that it behooves no man to
stay away from the polls.
To the Simm's Family.
All persons of the above name by ad
dreeing a letter to C. F. Greer, King
gold, Morgan County, Ouio, will hear
something to their advantage.
European War News.
The war news of the week is not of
a startling character. . There has been
some fighting around Pari, which hah
generally resulted favorably to the
French. There has been sorrjo reports
of contompJeted interference by Russia
and England, but so far they have on!y
been toward making pence. "
.Andrew Xiaiiier, Esq.. senior
proprietor of the Herald, -returned, on
laft Saturday evening, from a four
weeKs-mp to tne- nest, lie wn
through Northern Iowa and Sou Lhern
Missouri, and ' reports matters and
things to be lively in those sectiov.
He saw a good many persons in his
travels who had one time been residents
of Morgan County and reports them all
to be doing well. -
John II all, of Malta, has just re
turned from the East with a Urge and
complete stock of Dry Goods, Queens
ware, Boots and Shoe's, &e. Every
thing looks business like about flail's
Store; and, judging from the crowd oi
customers we saw there on last Satur
day, we should say that trade there is
f til! on the increase. Hall has all the
life and snap of younger men in him
The iiillinery, Fancy Goods and
Notion Store, of Malta, C. L. Hall pro
pria tor, has been reblenished with a
full stock of goods of lhe latest fash
ions from New York. If in want of
anything in the way of Bonnets, fats J
or any kind of ladies' wear; or, should
should yru need School Books of any
kind, you should always call on Hall,
and save your money by buying them
cheaper of him, than elsewhere.
The Misses Uolbruok have returned
from their two week's sojourn in New
York and Philadelphia, with all kinds
of ornamental, useful, and beautiful
things for the ladies and children.
While it is well-known that heretofore
their stocks of goods have been sur
prisingly complete; yet, this fall, they
have eclipsedsll their former efforts.
j he crowds of ladies calling on them
daily, attest the success of their efforts
to please a fastidious public. Cull on
them, and satisfy yourself as to the re
sult of their effort.
" Another burglary has been com
mitted in McConnelsville. W. H. Mc
carty's Dry Good's Store wai entered
in the rear, on Monday night or Tues
day morning and the safe,' one of Hall's
patent, was opened and robbed of about
one hundred and twenty dollars. The
safe has a combination lock on it, and,
strange to say, was opened in the regu
lar way, and without injury to it.
The burglar, also, appropriated his
own use about three dollars in postal
currency an J nickle coin which he
found in the drawer.
No arrests have been made.
Saddles, Harness,- &c. It. En-
gle, of Chesterfield, and manufacturer
of Saddles,' Harness, Ac, had seme
samples of his goods at the Fair, and
they were specially noticeable for their
superior mechanism. Mr. Engle has
in bis employ some ot the best work
men in this branch of business that
there is in the State. - Bis -establish"
ment affords constant employment for
four journeymen, and is kept busy
constantly. The manufacture of horse
collars is made a speciality by Mr. En
gle. and he is prepared to fill orders
at any time for any size or quality of
them- JI-. Engle also deals largely in
Trunks, Valises and Bailroad bags,
"".Yagon and Hoggy whips, Curry Combs,
and Sad-llerj. Hardware. All desiring
anything of a superior kind in his line
of business carmot do better than to
call oa or address him. Remember
the p'ace; E." Engle, Chester Hill,
Morgan Co., Ohio, -
t.. The jute bug is not a myth. A
lady of Chicago recently found one on
her switch. . The distinguished reptile
is provided with horns, and we don't
know but bide and hoofs. He is at
present in close confinement nnder a
class. Tfis peculiarities are faid to b?
boring in to the scalp, piercing the skull,-.
eventually, and going to roost among
whatever brains may be found therein. I
, OSy Norfolk Virginia, wants to find
the man able to swallow an oyster twenty-two
inches long which it has pro
duced. - . S '
tST" "The Fireplace" is the name of
a drinking saloon in Chicago. Anyone
can get warm by it for ten cents, or red
hot for a quarter.
$&yir. Elihu Eurritt pliilnnthropi
cally reads the Bible in twenty lan
guages to make np for nineteen other
people who don't read it in any."- ;
A fine brick building, which Las
just been erected in New York at a
cost of 100,000, has been condemned
on account of the weakness of its foun
dations and must be taken down. -
l5r- A Radical politician in Chicago
says: - "I always hated Napoleon I
have hated him ever since his coup
delat, but, d n him, I hate him worse
tban ever because he surrendered be
fore our fall election."
KS- M i cold weather is coming on, J
General Grant has concluded to go toi
Washington for a season. ; The Gener-I
is like the Indiana husband whoftal
apologised for coming home so early by
saving that "all the other places were
The census made terrible work
on the frontier. Itrcduced the popu
lation of Omaha from 50,000 to 13,000,
that of St. Joseph from 40,000 to 1 8,000
that of Council Bluffs from 20,000 to
11,000, Leavenworth from 35,000 to 21,-
000, and Kansas City from 50,000 to
17,000. This is worse than war.
K""t. At a charitable fair in Chicago a
young lady, whose bazaar was exhaust
ed, sold the gloves off her hands and
the stockings and garters off her legs,
rather than the treasury of the poor
should lose a single shilling. The pur
chaser of the elastics magnanimously
offered to replace them, but the de
clined. SS3 1 1 is at last pretty definitely set
tled that Kussia is not making any of'
fensive demonstration upon the Otto
man, snd consequently her war-like
preparations, if they signify anything,
have a bearing upon mediation in the
Franco-Prussian difficulties. The dis
patches last night announce that the
official organ o the Russian Govern
ment, the M. Petersburg Jmrrnz!, has
declared that the Russian policy is one
of peace and justice and that rhe is
not menacing the Turkish frontier with
troops. General Ign.it iff, the Russian
Euibssadir at Constantinople, Las
not been recalled. It would still seem
fiat the Bear has some notion of look
ing after the balance of power.
. Je?"On Friday last, Tresuleu I Grant
Secretary Robeson, Poutuiaster-Couei-al
Creswell and Secretary of War Beik
nap attended, in New Ycri the solemn
mocl-ery of burying Admiral Tarragut
with glittering pageantry. After the
dead hero was snugly buried, tho dis
tinguished gentlemen attended a cham
pagne supper at the rooms of the Union
League, and all sot drunk. The Sun
says that the forced attendance of
these gentlemen at the funeral v. as an
illustraticu of the power of the press.
Their subsequent performance was an
illustration of the power of appetite.
8, The veteran Thurlow Weed has
been saying a good word in behalf of
young journalists. A reporter of the
Sun interviewed him yesterday, and in
response to the query as to whether hs
now took much interest in newspapers,
Mr. Weed said:
"None at all; I was an editor for
forty years, which is a good apprentice
ship; but the papers of to-day are dif
ferent from my time; we were pro
gr?ssive, but the press of to-day is doub
ly so. I am much pleased with Hast
ing's management of tho Commercial;
it is well managed now in all its de
partments, and he puts a good deal'of
young blood into it He shows spirit
in its columns. The young men of the
press are the true journalists of the
day vim and enterprise, vim and en
If any of our roadera are troub
led with warts and want to know
how to remove them, we admit that
we don 1 know. Hut if they only
want to know bow they are formed
this, from a prominent medical
journal, ought to satisfy them:
Tho papillomata (wrts, condylo
mata, epithelioma) originate essen
tially in an active neoplastic pro
cess taking place m tho roto, which
penetrates to a greater or less ex
tent into tho likewise fcypertro-
phied conncctivc-tissuo matrix of
the conun. The papilae of the cu
tis here, toe, perform only a passive
role, their elongation and dendritic
form boing- occasioned by the hy
pertrophy of the epidcrmip; while
the elevation of the surface of tho
skin is due to the eypertrophy of
BgAB Uicem as tells.a New York Stand
ard reporter how he came by the name
of "Beau:" "I was a contemporary of
Henry Clay ; had the honor of being
born down near where he was. They
boast that old Hanover county produc
ed three great . Americans Patrick
Henry, Henry Clay, and you know th"5
ether, hey ?. There's no need of a great
man being so devilish modest, you
knew. I'm not what I was, though;
that's a fact.. Used to be a great beau
with the ladies at VVhite Sulphur
Springs well let me see, about 1830.
There was an upstart there, some Count
other, called the 'beau of the sea
son.' I swore it Was a shame to Amer
ica to have to import our dandies. The
afternoon I got there, out on the veran
dah, where everybody could hear him,
called out to his valet : 'Here, Jim,
bring me my ninety-second waist-coat
for dinner.". '. Then I called out louder
yet ta my boy, 'Bring me my one hun
dred and ninety-second pair of panta
loons and my fifty-sixth coat. He
bolted out by the next evening's train.
Bolted ir a word from tue tun, you
I 'saw him and went one nun- e,UM
Dettr, s they say in bluff. J hat s
the way I came to he called 'Deau.;' J rates
A tew Sundays ago, as Mr.
Bcocber vras about commencing bis
eermon, a 6tont, latherly-Iookiri'g
man was endeavoring to make bis
way through the crowd, to get with
in bolter bearing d"i6tanco of the
distinguished orator. At that mo
mont ilr. Beecbcr'a vouo rn out
the words of the test : "Who art
thou?" "Who art thou?' again
end out the dramatic preacher.
The stout party, thinking himself
in tho wrong, perhaps, by pressing
forward, and believing himself per
sonally addicsscl, startled the
brethren and nonplussed their rev
erend chieftain by sedately reply
mg: "I'm a pig merchant from Chi
cago, eir. I bore you ain't mad.
There' ain't nary chair or else I'd
sot down." Plymouth Church did
not recover its serenity for ten!
The Garden City of Germany.
'. This is the title of Eufurt, the capi
at city of the circle of the . Prussian
provinces of Saxony of the Same n ame.
fit has a population of from thirty to
forty thousand, and is a fortress of
considerable strategical importance,
from its position on the military high
road of Central Europe. But its spec
ial celebrity now is derived from its
extensive gardens and horticulture
and floral establishments.. The Frank
fort correspondent of the New York
Post gives some interesting details of
these. About 1,300 acres of land in
and around Erfurt are devoted to agri
cultural and horticulture. Something
more than a quarter of this is devoted
to market horticulture, two-thirds of it
to the raising of flower and vegetable
seed. There are thirty-six horticultu
rists here, and one hundred and twen
ty market gardeners, altogether em
ploying more than five hundred assist
ants. Seeds are put up here for all
parts of Germany, and for England and
America. , . ..
Some idea of the extent of this trade
may be got from the fact that the bags,
cloth and paper, in which these seeds
are packed, cost about $7,000 a year.
And the making of boxes and packing
baskets, and the 'manufacture of flow
er-pots some 000,000 of which are
nsed every year employing whole vil
lages of poor people in tho neighbor
hood. Among other product5 of these
gardens, 3,600,000 stock gillyflowers
are yearly produced, more . than one
third of which are kept for seed, bring
ing in a yearly income of $50,009. The
gillyflower is a perfect speciality of Er
furt gardend ere, and they are able to
boast of sixteen varieties, and over two
hundred different colored gillyflowers
already established; about twenty acres
are devoted to raising water cresses for
"the lioMon Juaiiy jseics 6ums cp
the bad character of beer in the
following graphic and IrJlhfuI par.
'Boer combines the narcrolic of
tho hop with the stimulating effects
alcohol. Neither alone would
exert half tho power on the human
economy that both do combined.
Frequent draughts establish an ap
petite that is not easily appeased.
This appetite takes the guise of a
thirst winch resents the very sug
gestion of water, but demands an
outrageous qnantity of the fluid
thut has provoked it. Il beer How.
naturally from tho earth, and
were as harmless as water, tho o
normons onantiies that flow through
tho system could not fail to bo. an
"It i idle to think that narcotics
and stimulants can be poured into
the healthy system in vast quanti
ties with impunity. Both mind ad
body must suffer irom it. As well
mis lit one argue that the pauperism
England has no effect - on the
wealth of tbo highly-prosperous
"But tho pauperism of that highly-prosperous
nation arises in a
srent degree from beer.- For this
beverago is costly wheirnsed pro
fusely Tho poor man who is its
victim daily buys more than hoenn
afford and lees than he cravea. IL
knows not, in his daily life, what
comfort is bectuEO of the demands
his thirst. It does not occur to
him that bo can hvo without becr.
The free-handed mau who boan
Willi - nothing, earned, in his first
year, four hundred dollars and
spent but three hundred and seventy-five.
Had ho taken to beer to
tho extent of seven cents per day,
would have consumed all his
surplus earnings, and discouraged
himself. Thus, in thousands of
oises, beer turns the scale against
poor man forever. And thus
beer is the foe to health and com
fort. '. - '
"Lastly, beer is . tho enemy of
home. The end and aim of all civ
ilization is happy homes. Three
fourths of tho human race roust bo
happy at borne or nowhere. And
alus for the man who bad co happy
home when a child ! Bat tho Beer
shop demands all tne spare time of
votary. Ho oUen can not bo
contented clsewhero a single eve
ning. His wife has no encourage
ment to beautify her hearth for him.
sits there, moody, by a dim
light, toiling over his sj:lcd and
cTothos, while bo loafs by flam-
ting pas and talks with evil compa
ny. No daily paper for him U
a fifth of what ho pays for
beer. His sons follow him to tho
beershop at an early ao. llis
daughters soon learn to meet their
"fellows' on the street.
"And what does tho beer-shop
give us in return ? Evil, and only
evil, and that continually. Down
with the beer-shop ! Down with
legislators, whose votes helped
legalize it!"- .
Ths Sew York Commerc'al Advertiser,
Radical speaking of .the Union League
composed ol twelve hundred healthy
loyalists, says: Toliticslly considered, a
corner grocery is of much more consequence.
is true, its members, about elect i-m time,
subscribe liberally to advanca
but 8eenty-five per cent, of the
m0ucy goes into the fob 0f Republican pi-
and cut-throats.' '
.LADIEd GOLD WATCHES, in
8. LADY ELGIN,
J. LADY BARTLETT,
LADY FRANCES RUEIE,
H.JC. VINCENT &BRO.
SSU Clothing made. to order on the
shortest possible notice at
KELLY 4 SEAMAN'B.
Gexts Linen Collars at Sill's.
Catholic Prayer Books
And Birlrs at ADAIR'S Book Store.
New stock received on yesterday.
tG-LADIES' OPERA CHAINS, a
at V INCEST'S.
Efi- A 'genornl tt!orrment of Boots &
Shoes just received at KELLY & ttEA
MAN'rt. Lots of nice gioda, just in time for the
Fair, at Bill's.
Violet Writing Fluid! .
-A &esh sopply of this excellent Commer
cial Writing fluid, in quarts, half pinU, and
smaller sizes, just received at Adair's Book
Store. Ko better Fluid made or sold.
Xoolt Here ! ! . ; -.
Wa have a few lota of shoes, little oat of
stvle, Unit we are dcternuned.'to close out.
They, are dirt cheap.
Wohes's Goat, Kid, and Calf Shoes, with
heel3, No. - and 4, from 75 cents to SI ,00 a
pair. . Children' copper tip, goat, with
heels, numbering from 5 to 11, for 75 cents,
just the thinp to put on now. Also, chil
drcna calf am! kip, number 9s to lis, leather
lined and heels, Ironi 74 cents to $1,00. Call
and ace them. . JOJIX B. STONE.
Sd,A fuHJine of Notions just received
at ' KKLLY'Jfc SEAMAN'S.
Hoi for thk Fair ! Ladies largs hrown
Baskets a big line of them next week at
Some new stylo of Collars and a in rat
many novelties in Xeckties just received at
JrsT reoeiTed. Ladies, 5Iifs.es, and Chil
drens custom made Pebble Goat Shoes, et
School Roobi ! t
A lnr!;c and excellent assortment of Schnol
Cook received at A dah's Book Stor on yes
terday. They keep all kinds uaen in town
and country schools and aell at low prices.
CQ,Dircrt from . New York, pcnernl
assortment ot Under Shirts tnd Drawera,
for fficn's near, from 50 ren: to $1,00 at
'KELLY & SEAilAN d. .
received almost weekly at
Thc3K French scarlet and blue, plnid Cm
ncls are jutt the prettiest thing out lor chil
dren cloak. Kew lot at Stuxs's.
' A rnti block of Dry Ubod , rcceutly from
the East, just opened tit Sill's.
Evert young ihbii will wnnt a stylish
Kerktie and collar to attend the Fair; go
to Sill's for them, thcirstock is the larpvat
and l-esr, there you can tret the latest fash
ions. Jlcmcnibcr at Sill's.
TecxeS, Satchels, Ban. and Baskets in
every variety at Sill's.
"IIold rocis ljojtsF.s" and go into Stone's
and buy a nice Bujry whin from OOcta to
$2.00 Hiding switches in great var'ety.
Tfi have just replenished oar Stock of
Otroceriea by a nice lot of Surars. OfTee
ic Our Tea is extra. When vou want
good Groceries go to Sill's;
Cloilies rct iil3c t !
A large and excellent stork of Clothct
Eriishc the finest assortment and beat line
of Goods ever brought to this place just re
ceived at Adair's Book Store. Their stock
is splendid, and or ail sires, styles, and pri
ces. Go and sec them.
The ianrett neck of Xotions ever offered
in McConuelsville is now to be seen aiSill's
Hundreds of Articles to numerous to men
tion, all at low rates. Call and examine,
we iuato no chargo fur showing our goods.
W will pay the highest cash
price for Corn.
. D. & C. W. MUilllEY.
Morgan Co.. Alcriical Society.
The Semi Annual Meeting of the
Morgan County Medical Society will
be ueM m the room ndioining Robert
son's Drugstore, in McConnelsville, on
Tuesday, the 1st day of November. A
punctual attendance is desired.
ept. JJ-iO tf.
Dales or Btiiditig Coarf, fr.lS71, in Hie
Sin Judicial District for Cliio.
Tan Stts or Ohio, Jgrrixso 1
Cocxtv, S3. Sept Term, 1870 j
We the Judces of the Conrt of Common
Fleas, within and for the ticlith Judicial
Uulrict. in Uie blale ol Ohio, pursuant to
the btatutcs in sucli canemmte and provided.
do hereby order and direct that the Terms
of the Dis'rict Court, and the Court of Com
mon I .ens, within the several Counties of
said District, bhall begin at the hour of 3
o'clock A. M., on the days and date herein
after named, during te year 1671, to-wit
do Sept. . 4,
Thursday, do 7,
Monday do 11,
Wednesday do 13,
Monday do . IS,
Friday do 12,
Monday do So,
Wednesday do 27,
Muskingnm county, January SO, April S4,
October 30; Noblo county, March 14, June
8, October 17; Morgan eounty, March 13,
June 5, October 11 ; Guernsey county. April
12. July 5, Xovember7; Bi.'hnont conuty,
February 1, May 16, November 1 ; Monroe
county, January 17, May 2, October 17;
luscarawns, county February ZO, May 22,
October SO; Ilarr-son county, Februarys,
May 8, pctober 16 ; Jefferson county, March
13, June 5, Xoveniber 13
And we further direct, that a certified
copy of this order be transmitted forthwith,
by the Clerk of the t'ourt of Common Pleas
in each of said counties, and Ibat it be pub
linhedoccordingtolaw, in eachol said coun
ties tor fonr (4) consecutive weeks, and said
Clerk of Jefferson Common Fleas shall forth
with transmit to tbo Secretary of State a
certified copy othis order.
Given under onr hand at Steubenvillc,
this 23th day of September A. P.. 1870.
GEUItGE W. McILVAIXE,
MOSKS M. GRANGER,
JOHN 8. WAY,
F. W. WOOD.
Judges jf the Conrt of Common Pleas, eighth
J ud'eial District of Ohio.
A t-ue copy, by order of said Jndges.
Atttcst OLIVER C. SMITH.
Clerk o'- the Conrt of Common Tleas of Jef
ferson county, Ohio.
I, Oliver C. Smith, clerk of the Court of
Common V leas, within and for the count T
of JefiVrsou, in the Suite of Ohio, hereby
certifv that the foregoing Transcript is cor
rectlv te'cn, ?nd copied from In journal
of said court as the tame remain in my
office. Witness my signature and the seal
. of said court at Steubenville, this
ska-. V Sd day of October A. D. 1870.
W- OLIVER C.SMiriT.
Attest: Crrui M. Roberis, Clerk of Cuin-
rocu Ties, Morgan county.
Oct. 7, 1870 4 w.
Vm. T. Kennard, plft., Before Wat
against . -' -Vson Harrson,
Nelson B. Owens, deft. ) J. P. Marion,
Township, Morgan Co., O.
On the 23d day of September, A. D.,
1870, sa:d Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the above action, for the
sum of one hundred and eighty dollars.
Trial set for hearing on the 12th day of
November, A. D. 1870, at one o'clock,
WATSON H.VKKIS, J. P.
I I'lRLISIllXG & I'ltlXTIVG.
gS- Published every'Fridav morninjf in
Iptf ili-Cunncl ville, Ohio, on lhe Co ope
j&T rutivo Plan of publishing a county
J"'T" Kcwgpaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN.
KEOUS AND COMMEIt
It ex ides a Creator Variety of
Foreign and Home
$3T- Than any jiapcr ever published in
To afsist in enlarging the circulation
this paper, and to whom
LIBERA! CASE! WAGES!
will be paid.
Job Printing !
'While we are prepared to do all kinds of
filain Job Printing neatly and ezpedilio'u
y, we call .
Special .Attention' !
To onr facilities for printing all kinds of
. SALE BILL?,
AND SUCH JOB
Wort in peneral, as wo are supplied with
the best and largest assortment uf
For snch pnrposca, that ever was in Mc
KELLY'S BUILDING !
SQUTH-WESRCORNER OF PUB
LIC SQUARE. .
April 9, 1370. -
D. H. MORTLEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
echsbiii:, CM? jo,
is one of the
EVERY THINS SELLING- LOW ! !
Time THE JIIGHEST MICE FOR
1&. CIVE US A CALL J "QS
Jnly20, 1870-tf. .
IRT fiOODS, 4.C.
MADE TO ORDER.
April 29 tf.
SI I SSC E 1a X CO I S.
A CH iXGE.
Daring the school year beginning
September 1st, 1S70, examinations for
certificates will be conducted in wri
ting. There will 19 only one exami
nation in each month. The examina
tion will be held on the secornl Satur
day of the month, beginning r.t 10 o'
clock, A. M. in the school buihiing at
Malta. Certificates, or notices of
failurs, will be sent to applicant,
durins the week . following the ex
amination. X. VeLAl-CTTUy,
J AS. M. RUSK,
Hoard of Examiners.
Sc-ptcmner 2, 137J- 2ui.
pi: C CL ALT ATIOIC.
Tt o'Cil:rr.ce (o the reouisition of an act
of thcGonerfll Assembly ol the Siateof Ohio,
vaved M:r Slt. 1P52. I hereby rive notice
to the Eie tors of Morgan county, that they
ansei'blu in their respective Townships, t
the ns'inl places of holding elections mere
in, 3u the
SECOND TVESDA T OF OCTOBER
nor', V-iit t'ie lllb day of said month,
tiirre and then to vote lor one Secretary of
Smie, one Supreme Jm'g, one t omptroiler
of t!'e Treasury, one Member of tho Board
of PuMie Work?, one Jimber for Congress.
(Uth District) oue Jcuiber of the Courd of
Krpinlizntion, (14th District), one Treasurer,
one Prosecuting Attorney, one Commission
er, oue Infirmary Director.
Ti:e Trustw s ol the several townsh'p ot
Morgan county, will, on the same day. se
lect Dd return to the Clerk of the Court
of Vmmon Pleas, the following number
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r.4iveo under try hand this 13ih day of
Seu'.tinber, A. D.; 1&70.
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September; 2.. 1870 6m.
SltcrlCTs Sale In Partition.
William Camphell, et !.. v. Ellzahoth
Campbell, et a I.
Bv virlne of an order t sell and to ma
directed Irom the Conrt of Common Pleas
ot otcan Cur,y, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will uner !or sale at pnHlio
anction, at the d loror the Unart ttense in
iZcConneliiViI.e, i tisarf connij,
On Monday 3d Car of Oc
tobcr, A. IS70.
st I o't.'ock, r.-r.,orsaid dar.the rollow
ins des rritcd re estate, sitnate in Union
Towcau ip O'fan Connty and Stats of
Ohio, to wit: Being a pait of rection 24.
township 8, ranire 13 ol lands so!d at 7.ir s
vil!e, Oliio.oud bounded as follows, to-wit :
Bceinning at a point oa tbe North bonnd-
ary of lhe Soullieasl quarter of said section
sixty uu perche? Irom the Northeast cor
ner of ssidqnarter, thence Soa'h 63 1-2
sixty-three and a hall perches, tbenen in
South-westerly dirtctio-eipbteen 18) per
ches to a point oo the fart bank of VVolf
Creek in tbe Northern boundary of land
conveyed by J ame- Campbell to Eskridee
Torbert, thence a Westerly direction with
rocky hollow to the Western boundary of
said quarter to point eighty S0 perciies
North of t'a 3 Somhern boundary of said
section, theoro North with the Western
booadaiy of said Southeast quarter to a
stone planted eislit 8J chaines and forty
eiwht I4S1 links South nf the North-west
eomtr of mid quarter, thence North forty
eight acd a I all 43 1-2 deirreea West
twelve l'l chaius and eishty-one 81 J
lick o the Norttern bonndarv of the
Southwest qmrter of said sretioo, thence
Wet on said boundary line to the Souih
wet corner ol the Nirthw?sl qnarf.T of
said section, therre with the Western
bound, y ol said Northwvst qnurter to a
point in said boundary. Cfty o0 perches
Sou h of tie Northwest corner ot raid
Narihwsst quarter, thence Ki-t eighty
SO rod-", thence North fifty 50 rods tu
the North boundnrv of said section, thence
Kast on said North boundary to the North
cast corner of tt.e Northwest quarter of
said section, theice Sonth on tbe Eaa'em
honndary of said Northwest qnarter to ihe
Southwest corner of tand conveyed by
lames Campbell lo Wm Corner, by deed,
thence Jsonih seventy-six 76 decrees East .
the Sontheast corner pfaid land p con
veyed by Campbell lo t'crner, thence North
the Eastern boundary of raid Corner'
lonrteen 14 perches to th Northern
boundary of said seel ion, thence East to tho
Northeast corner of ths West half of tbe
Northeast qaarterof said secwoo 24, Ihenc
Sonth on the Eastern boundary of said
Wet half qnarter to the S mtreail corner
thereof, thence East on the Northern bound
of the t'out'ieast qnarter of said sec
tion to the place of N-irnin:, containing
two bond red and erenty-8ve acres more or
le$9. Appreised at Fortv Dollars per acre.
anions tin? to Eleven Thousand Dollars.
The said premise t be sold subject fo
dower e -late of the said Elizabeth Camp
bell, thereon assigned.
Termsof sale: One-third down, one-third
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
Pond, Corner Foulke, Att'js for pttiT.
Kept 2. 18705w.