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TITO DOLLARS A TEAR
FRIDAY, , . . Oct. 14, 1STO.
News throughout the State, at this
writing, Thursday morning, is very
meagre, but sufficient to indicate a com
pleta victory for the Radicals. The
following, clipped from the Cincinnati
Gazette, of Wednesday morning, the
leading Radical paper of Ohio, gives the
result from a Republican standpoint:
".Ye bare done veil in Ohio. A year
ago we carried tbp State by a majority ol
bnt ilt'le over seven thousand. At the
hoar Tie write 2 A. M. it looks as it
the State was ours this year by a majority
of fifteen thousand. Republicans every,
where oubt to be, will be, satisfied with
this result. . Cousiderkg the fact that it is
tie off year, remembering that the cam
paign bas been characterized by more apa
thy and dalloes than is nsnal even in the
off year, Republicans may well rejoice over
their success. Olio is still true to the
principles she stood by daring the war.
and is as prepared to defend tliem now a
then. She gives ber emphatic aod power
tul indorsement to the administration ol
General Grant, aod rebukra with a lUrn
ness none can fail to aoderstand the plot
ting of the revolutionists ho woold re
open all the issues ' the wsr had settled.
Well done lor Ire old Commonwealth !
Ths result in the city is, in the highest
degree, gratifying. First of all, the First
District has been redeemed. Two years
ago ths Democrats carried it by a majori
ty ol 211. Yesterday it retained to its old
faith, rending Mr. Perry to represent it in
the next Congress by a majori'y ol 682.
The Second District lias done better than
the most sanguine Republican expected.
Sir. Stevenson will return to Congress
backed by a majority of over 1 500 against
a majority of le.js thin 500 two years ago.
The whole " Republican county acd Sta'e
ticket is also elected, the majorities rang
ing from that of Leininger, the candidate
fcr Auditor, to C50 for Mr. Ampr, th
candidate for Prosecuting Attorney. It
I a' been a clean saeep. - The IVmocrats I
have nut a single crumb of comfort. A
more overwhelming defeat tbey bate Dot
met with in years.
The refult in several cf the ConeresFion
al Districts ia ' still in doubt. We hv
carried ibe Firet, cecoi.d, Sixth, Seventh
Kighth, Eleventh, Fourteenth, St-vectc-emh
Eurbtrentb and Nineteenth Districts in
all eleven. Tl.e Fourth, Niuth aod Six
teenth Districts are in doubt, with the cheu
os iu favor of the Repablicau. The
Third District is badly mixed up, and it is
impossible to say whether tfekenck or
Campbell has the best of the race. The
Democrats have carried the Fifth and
Thirteenth. In the last Congress the Ohio
delegation stood : Republicans, 13 . Dem
ocrats, 6. In the next Congress the Re
publicans have certainly 11, and probably
14, with a bare cbance of 15. No signs of
From InJiaua tLe returns are very mea
ger. .We have probably carried the Slate
by a imaii majority. A dispatch from In
dianapolis says the political complexion ol
the next Congressional delegation is on"
Pennsylvania, a dispatch from Philadel
phia says, sends to Congress a delegation
divided about the same politically as the
present one that is 15 Republicans to 9
Iowa, of coarse, is all right. It is very
doubtlal if she could be anything e'se if she
trk-d. Her Eve Congressmen are all Re
Fcom Nebraska we have no news.
Summing up' the general result in the
four States bom which we bave returns,
we find that the Republicans hate held
their own. We can not bnt regard this a
great triumph, for the party went into
the campaign expecting to lose a camber
of Congressmen. Tbey have lost nothir g.
and the Democrats, who staked everything
in these election, bave gained nothing.
Now let the States that hold their election
in November do as well as this, aod Re
publican! can ask so more.
Later information, Ly telegraph, con
cedes to the Democracy the election of
Campbell over Schcnck in the Third
Morgan County and the Fifteenth
The result in Morgan County has
been anything hut complimentary to
the Radicals, although they have suc
ceeded in electing all their candidates.
The Radical State ticket received 11
votes to 1649 for the Democrats, and
179 for the l'rohibitioniets, giving the
Radicals a majority over the Democrats
of 252, a decrease of IjC from their ma
jority one year ago. Win. P. Sprague,
the Radical candidate for Congress, re
ceived but 162 majority in the county,
running 246 behind the majority of
last year.; The following is a state
ment of the fall vote in the county:
Radical, ' 1901
William P. Sprague, 1834
John Car twright, 1672
Isaac Tarker, 140
Board of Equalization.
E. S. Mcintosh, I8f9
John E. Hanna, ' ' 1699
Samuel B. Yocom, 1872
Robert A. Pinkerton, 1659
John H. Murry. 16
William Foulke, 1771
Joshua T. Crew, " 1622
George J. Henderson, 1S-U
William Sherwood, 16M
William II. Cool, 194
Oliver M. Lovell, 1750
John Neeley. 1652
gimpkin H. Brown, 225
Tfm. 1. Spragne's majority in the
District will be about 789, Meigs coun-!
ty giving hixn majority of 1,000, Ath-,'
l-0"""011 of 927- Washington
majority of about 350, and Monroe on
ly giving Cartright 1,650 majority. E.
S. Mcintosh it elected Member of the
Board bf Equalization by about 250
Court of Common Pleas convened on
nbeellnr Stogies, the best in
the market, at George Richardson's.
Rev. II. Cooper gives notice that
he will deliver a Temperance Sermon on
next Sabbath morning in the Presbtte
While attending Court do tiol for
get that you can be accommodated at
George Richardson's with eatables of
all kinds, at all times
William Foulke, the Prosecuting
Atorney elect, had only a tnjoriy of
thirty in Penn Township, where ho was
born and raised, while T. T. Crew was oly
beaten 177 in his native'Towuship. Ma-
rion, which heretofore has given three hnn
dted Radical majority.
nr. r.. a. ixunVrn. n.
Pittsburgh, Pa., will deliver a lecture
in the M. E. Church, in this place,
Tuesday evening, October ISth at 7
o'clock. Subject The Home and the
Our knowledge of the Doctor's abili
ty will warrant ua in promising the
public a fine literary treat
The Board of Directors of the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society will
meet at the Mayor's Office, in ilcCon
MONDAY, OCT. !7, 1870,
at ten o'clock, A. M., to audit accounts
and close the business pertaining to
the late Fair of said Society.
Infirmary Director. JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y.
Oct. 13, 1870 -Iw.
A MORMON SENSATION.
A Love Story from Mormondom
—The Suicide of an Astronomer's
alias Laura Claire, the beautiful daugh
ter trProfeasor Ignai Claire, the astrono
mer, has, it baa been well known for aome
time, bcea engaged to Mr. Alfred Vivian,
the young writer, author of "Hell and Hea
venWhich Will Too HaveT" "Think
and Repent," "Prayers for the Sinners,"
arid other beautiful tracts, which hare giv
en him quite a reputation ; but for aome
reason or other it has been suspected that
there was a coolness between them. Still,
Mist Claire loved him devotedly, aod the
preparations for the wedding were going
It the meanwhile Mr. Joaeph Morton, a
young gent of this city, bad fallen desper
ately in love with Afiaa Claire, and refused
to be denied admittance to the house, al
though Professor Claire bad aeveral times
ordered him out. He, when treated thua,
declared mysteriously that he knew eer
iin secrets about Miss Claire, and. if she
did not marry him be would repeat them.
He demanded to see her alone. This she
finally consented to, and, after a long in
terview, ha departed, stating he would re
tarn the next day. To this the smiled, and
said, "Tea, I. shall always be glad to see
These words were repealed by one of the
servants to Mr. Vivian when he came that j
evening! and he asked his affianced what
they meant. She said "Sotting " After
while be said, "So you love this Mor
ton?" Misa Claire laujrhed and Slid. "Don't
be a fool, Alfred." 4:iata you refuse to
answer?" he said. She frowned. ' You
know I love yon," she ansvered ; "and if
you ask me any mora ailly questions I shall
be angry." Mr. Vivian left shortly after
apparently much displeased.
The neat morning Morton curie. The
servants noticed that Jtfisa Claire waa dead
pale, but ahe received him quite eordi
ally. "You must have some wine," she
aaid. "Of course," he replied, "and with
you." Ue took a glass and drank it.
Shortly after be bad departed, but before
hid walked three blocks, he fell to the
ground and waa picked up dead. A post
mortem examination revealed that he bad
been poisoned. Miss Claire was arrested
She sent fur Vivian. "Do you believe me
guilty?" she asked. "I have nothing to
say," he replied: 'I am, and have been
a B'onth. engaged to be married to a
fair lady In tbia city, and it is not right
that I ahould be seen with voa
me young iaay uttered a piercing
cream. "Oh, Alfred," ahe shriekod
did it for Jour sake I loved yon heeould
have prevented ear marriage oh, Alfred
not desert me save me save met"
Vivian tore himself away, and would
quitted the cell, when Miaa Claire
placed herself with her back againat the
door. "Look." she said ; and before be
could prevent it, she had drawn a dagger,
and atabbing herself, fell dying at hia feet.
forgive you, I love you," ahe murmured,
and her eyea closed forever."
Female Banditts of Koordistan.
One Major Milligan, who has just writ'
tea a book entitled "Wild Life Among
he Koords," gives a paiolully m.'unte ar
gument intended to demonstrate that the
Garden ol Eden corresponded with the
high plateau of America I Of the Eoords
his account is very unfavorable. The kind
of highway robbery practiced by the wo
men of the country appears to bae par
ticularly irritated him. "The culprits,"
be says, "the brigands, in this ease are
young women, who set out on plundering
pursuits in order to turn a dishonest pen
ny. A troop of fair bandits take op a sta
tion at the river (there particularly) to
wait lor the arrival of the doomed traveler.
As soon ss the vedette announce hia ap
prnasu ths fair troop starts oil to meet
hint, welcoming him with dances and with
fiery glances of irresistible power. Ue is
compelled to stop, as a matter of course,
aid the hat maids then politely request
him to aright front bis horso. No sooner
has the bewildered victim, unconscious of
his late, pot his foot on the ground than be
finds himself at dose quarters with the
who!? troop, immediately he is stripped
ol all he bas on bis back, aod U left in
tbat primitive state in which Adam was at
one time." TLe Major devotes many pages
to the qaasioworship of the Yendes. This
seek", in fact, to be a kind of Manitchee.
ism. "The Yesides infer that as fo the
long rna it is doubtful whether God or
Satan will get the upper hand, logically
they endeavor to conciliate the latter."
Hence they never allow the devil ter be
mentioned disrespectfully. The peacock if
'eD as the symbol of Lucifer.
Time makes all things even. In the
battle of Sedan the Prussians captured
several guns marked 1813, which were
doubtless used in- the former wars
"Where Ab thi Police? White
law Reid appeared In t ho public
streets yesterday, drenfed in man'
clothing. Where are the police?
New York Sun.
It is said that it a woman would
paint the skin of the face blue, at
the corners of the eyes for a small
apace, shading of in the direction o!
the ear, it would give a languishing
softness to the countenance, and will
make the greatest of shrews look
lovely, mild and meek.
The census-takers throughout
the country, in comparing notes, find
that the highest age attained by un
married women is twenty-six years.
Heretofore it used to be twenty-three.
It is well to have the time definitely
wnen women ceasew grow outer,
J Iowa claims a young and very
j pretty girl who La worked in the fieiJ
all summer, wearing male attire. Her
i personal attractions are indicated by
the fact that while boeing a particular
two-acre patch of potatoes she received
three offers of marriage from well-to-do
rl?ed Cloud's wife is as straight
as an arrow. Her name is "1 he
Woman without a Bow." Cat that
is nothing new. T'acre are thou
sands of palefaced maidens, each
one cf whom, if not as straight as
an arrow, might be called "The wo
man without aisoau.
If you tar tail your expenses,
clip at the ri"ht corners, be sure
you do not begin with the news pa
per. One ounce less sugar a day
will furnish a newspaper tti a laim
1 7. starve Your stomach sooner
than your brains. Yon will not miss
the sugar as soon as the paper.
ISyTbis Government is probably
the most demoralised Uovernmen
in the world. Its service in rolton
to the core. AH the departments
ore run by R ngrs, and one half of
the heavy taxation collected from
an oppressed people, is turned into
private pockets. Donn Piatt, to
the Cincinnati Commercial.
IS" An editor says in a recent
letter to a friend :
"At present I am in the country
recovering from fourteen years ed
itorinl life bad eyes, crooked back
and broken nerves, with little to
show for it" Any one would think.
the three articles enumerated were
quite enough to show for it.
What has McKean Buchan
an got against the people of this
Stale that he persists in foisting
himself upon a long-suffering pub
lie ( jowr ue is announced to ap
pear in Central Michigan, and emi
gration bas already commenced.
Many of the inhabitants hare tn
ken to the woods. Dctriot Free
8 The Philadelphia Inquirer (Rep.)
can so far forget its partisanship as to
"Hon. George II. Pendleton has been
making a pretty speech to the South
ern merchants now assembled in con
vention at Cincinnati. Ornate oratorv
is Mr. Pendleton's forte, and his flow
ery Cincinnati addres would not be
worth a special reference but that it
contains, among its rhetorical clusters
of blossoms, solid grains of sense that
we are both pleased and surprised to
The Missouri Democrat (Rad
ical; como back on trrant for at
tempting to dictate whom the Iio
publicans of that State should sap
port for Governor in the following
style, in a late issue :
"We do not elect a President to
be tho master of the part)'- in all
States, to dictate to its members for
whom they shall vote for Governor
and other State officers, or 10 in
form them whether be considers
them good Republicans. In a word,
we elect a President ana not a
Good Advice. Au editor with
an eye to payment fur what be
sells, indulges in this little bit of
philosophy: "Every man ought to
pay his debts, if be can. Every
can ought to gel married, if he can.
Every man ought to work to suit
his customers, if he can. Every
wife should bold her tongue, if she
can. Every lawyer should occa
sionally tell the trntb, if be can.
Every man to mind bis own busi
ness and let other people's nlone, if
he can. Every man . should take a
newspaper, and pay for it any
how." t It is sad to think that even roy
alty may descend to slang. While the
Crown Prince was watching from the
court-yard of the palace at Versailles
the flight of M. Tissander's balloon,
and the vain efforts of the German ri
flemen to take the daring aeronaut "on
the wing," be turned to a member of
his staff and pointing to the air-line
voyager uttered these strange words :
Vel, Heinti, how is dat fur high ? '
This singular outburst can only be ac
counted for by the fact, recently di
vulged, that the Prince once had as
his preceptor an American gentleman
a graduate of Yale College. N. T.
t& The California coast may yet be
selected in prelerence to any other
part of the world as a resort for consumptives,-
the more southern portion
that State surpassing, in respect to
the two essentials, eqnable tempera
ture and dry air the Riviera or the
Island of Madeira. The extremes cf
temperature in January and July ant!
the rainfall in the three localities are
thus stated: MeDtone, 40 and 73 de
grees temperature, with S3 inches rain
fall ; Funchal, 60 and 70 degrees, with
inches ; San Diego-, 51 and 72 de
grees, with only 10 inches rainfall. If
these facts can be generally made
known, and the inference as to the
suitableness of the climate be correct,
that which is worth to invalids more
than atl her gold! may be found on our
Pacific shore. '
THE CLAY FAMILY.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Stander
A Correspondent of the Lexington
(Ky.) Statesman says :
"Among the many false and misrep
resentations which have recently ap
peared 'in the public press, I am in
formed there is one copied extensively
in the papers of tne United States over
the signature of Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton, in regard to the Hon. H. Clay, bis
lady and family. It was to have been
hoped that the eminent public services
of-The Hon. H. Clay to his country, the
unobtrusive piety and Christian char
acter of Mrs. Clay, would have opera
led as a shield to protect them from
such false charges. I have understood
that she charges that Mrs. Clay was
left at Ashland to make what she could
to supply means for the education of
her children. This is utterly false.
Many years of her life were pased by
Mrs. Clay in the city of Washington.
"The first four years of the" time that
Mr. Clay was Secretary of State under
Mr. Adams she resided in Washington
city, and extended a liberal hospitality
to the friends of her husband and oth
ers. Mrs. Clay preferred her own pleas
ant home of Ashland, the cultivation
of its flowers, its fruits, and her garden,
to all the frivolities of Washington so
ciety. Mrs. Clay was uncontrolled mis
tress of Ashland. There never was a
man more generous and liberal in his
own family than Mr. Clay. As to Lis
attentions to other ladies in Washing
ton, they were no more than the cour
teous bearing of a chivalrous gentle
man which that portion of society mer
ited. "In regard to Theodore W. Clay and
bis insanity, it was produced by a blow
accidentally received on the head from
an ax in the hands of a negro boy. It
was only the thickness of a felt hat that
he wore at the time that preserved his
life. Dr. Pindell, who tre6ned the
skull of Theodore Clay, declared at the
time of that operation, that attbe age
of about thirty years he would proba
bly become deranged in consequence
of the skull pressing against the brain,
which unfortunately occurred.
"In regard' to Thomas II. Clay, he has
been for more than three years con
fined the greater portion of the time
to his bouse, but during this time his
house has been constantly filled with
young company, none of whom would
say he was rabid and ill-tempered.
His physician, on the contrary, says he
has never seen any one bear with more
patience the numerous attacks to which
he has been subjected. Mr. John M.
Clay is a farmer and raiser of fine stock.
As neither Mr. John Clay nor Thomas
Clay are aspirants for public favor, we
do not see why these calumnious shafts
should have been sped against them.''
SCOTCH PEBBLE GLASSES,
NEAR SIGHTED GLASSES,
WS In Gold, Silver, and Steel Frames.
II. B. Tlncent & Bro.
89"Duncan's Expectorant cures
It cures Coughs I
It cares all diseases
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Price tl. J.;B.STOXE.
Pocket Books I
An excellent stock of Pocket Books, ol
all kind, size, and styles, cheap and band
some, and ol good material, for both ladies
and geollemeu, received at Adaib's Book
store on yesterday per Steamer "Julia.
tAIn addition to their large stock
of Millinery and Fancy Goods, G. E.
Hallidav & Co., have just received their
Fall Stock of FIRS.
School Books I
forge lots of School Books received at
dais's Book Store on yesterday.
8ga What man, woman or child has
not heard of Dr. Duncan's Expector
ant Remedy 7 Sold only by
aiethodlst Hymn Books I
New stock Methodist Hthk Books re
ceived at Adaib's BookSlore on yesterday.
Just received, a new supply of those
fine Opera Watches at
8Su For nearly thirty years I have
sold Dr. l'uncan s Expectorant Kerne
dy. While hundreds of Cough Syrups
have had their day and been forgotten,
Duncan s is growing in popular javor.
J. a. olUAJk.
iVotlous ! Xolions I
Lead Pencils, Card Pencils, Pencil
Sharpeners, handsome 'Eoquet Fen-
cits for ladies, Jivbber rennolders, Al
bums, PortMios, Pencil Point Protec
tors, and an immense lot ol other
Gouds. received at Adair's Book
Store on yesterday.
IA. Ladies' Extra Fine Cashmere
Vesta and Pants at O. E. lialliday &
m. One dollar expended for Dun
can's Expectorant may save you from
long and lingering cough and a hea
doctor s bUL J. U. crmsE,
Marbles I Marbles I
A laree stock of Maiblki. of all kind',
received at Adaib's Book Store on yester-
y, jer Steamer "Julia.
tt$A beautiful lot of I-adlea' Gold
Watches at VINCENTS.
Kooo Skirts at lialliday & Co s.
And lots of them received at A-
dair's Book Storo on yesterday.
IA. We can refer you to some of the
oldest and most respectable citizens of
county who bave used Duncan s
Expectorant tD advantage.
J. B. STONE.
New stock of Albums received at
ADAIB'S Book Storo on yesterday.
They are handsome, late Btyles, and
very cheap. Go and purchase.
Morgan Co., Medical Society.
The Semi-Annual Meeting of the
Morgan County Medical Society will
held in the room adjoining Kobert
son's Drugstore, in McConnelsville, on
Tuesday, the 1st day of November. A
punctual attendance is desired.
Kept. 0. 1870 tf.
Q- Recent experiments in opium
cultivation resulted in complete suc
cess, and in future it is to be grown on
a large scale in Vermont. The at
tempt was originally made, we believe,
by a Mr. Wilson, of Monkton, in that
State. He sowed, in the spring of
1868, about six acres with poppy seed.
The yield from the gathered juice of
the poppy-heads or capsules was 540
pounds, for which the grower got f 8 to
$10 a pound from druggists in Xew
England. It is said this quality of
opium will produce, with care, ten per
cent, of morphia. When we remem
ber the statements of chemists and
physicians about the alarming increase
during late years of the consumption
of this drug in the United States, it
mhy well be questioned whether the
prospect of adding to its supply af
fords room for congratulation.
56?" What are you disturbing the
whole house with your yells in this
way tor. domanded a Saratoga
landbrd of a guest bo found late at
night seemingly in active pursuit
of invisible foes, and yelling at the
top of his voice. "I'm shouting the
battle cry ol fioa-aotu, answered
the guest, as he went away with
bis search acd his yells.
S(3 There is a lady Spiritualist resi
ding at Storing, Mass., who claims to
be in such close communion with a de
ceased brother, that she declares he
makes frequent visits to her during the
day and coaveises with hef for hours
upon the leading topics. He died in
Bombay twenty-eight years ago.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned bas been duly appointed and
qualified as Executor of the lost will
and testament 01 Jacob Fouts, deceas
ed, late of Morgan County, Ohio.
Dates or Boldin; Court, fur 1S71, ia the
clh Judicial District for Chio.
Tat Stats or Ohio, Jernxson
Coesxr, 6S. Eept Term, lfeTO j
We the Judges of the Court of Comrr on
Pleaa, within and for the Eighth Judicial
Diatrirt. m the State of Ohio, pursuant to
the Statutoa in aucn case made and provided
do hereby order and direct that the Terma
of the Diatrict Court, and the Court of Com
mon Pleaa, within the several Conntiea of
aaid Diatrict, ahall begin at tho hour of
o'clock A. M., on the dayaaud date herein
alter named, during tlie year 1871, to-wit
Muakinrnm County, Monday, Ancnst 28,
Morraa do do Kept,
Noble do Thursday, do
Monroe do Monday do 11
Belmont do Wednendav do 13,
Gueruaey do Monday do 18,
Toacarawas no triday do ii,
Harrison do Moodav do 26,
Jefferson do Wednesday do 27,
Muakinrom county. January 30. April 24
October W; Ilotile county, March 14, Jun
, October 17 ; Morgan, county, March 13
June b, October 11 : Guernsey county, Apri
12. Julys, November 7: Belmont county
February 1, May 18, November I : Monroe
countv, January 17, May 2, October 17
Tuscarawaa, county February 20, May 22,
October SO; Harrison county, February o
May 8, October IC ; Jefferson county, March
U, June a, November 13
Acd we further direct, that a certified
copy of thia order be transmitted forthwith
by tne tiers 01 ;ne our. or l-oinmon ?Iea
In each of aaid conntiea, and that it be pub
lisned occordinRtoiaw, in eacnot aaiucoun
ties lor fonr (4) consecutive weeka, and aaid
Clerk of Jefferson Common Fleas ahall forth
with transmit to the Secretary of State a
cerimea copy 01 mis order.
Given under oar bund, at Eleubenviile,
thia 28th day of September A. D.. 1870.
GEOKGE W. McILVAIXE,
MOSES M. GRANGER,
JOHN S. WAY,
r. w. wood.
J udgea of the Court of Common Pleaa, eighth
judicial jjtairici 01 unio.
A true copy, by order of aaid Judces
Atllest OLIVER C. SMITH
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleaa of Jef-
(mon county, Ohio
I, Oliver C. mith, clerk of the Court of
Common i leas, wiicm ana lor tne conniy
of Jefferson, in the State of Ohio, hereby
certify that tne foregoing Iranacr:rt ia cor
rectly taken, and copied from the journal
of aaid court as the tarns remain in my
office. Witneaa my aignature and the teal
m ... . of aaid court at Steuben ville, this
1 seal I 3d day of October A. D. 1870.
1. 1 OLIVER C. SMITH.
Attest: Cyrus M. P-oberis, Clerk of Coat
mon Pleas, Morgan county.
Oct. 7, 1870 tw.
Wm. T. Kennard.ilft.. ) Before Wat
against vson Harrson,
Nelson B. Owens, deft. ) J. r. Marion,
Township,- Morgan Co., O.
On the 23d day of September, A. D.,
1S70, said Justice issued an order of
A .l 1. i :n 1 . rt nHftttn inn fnl t!iA
sum of one hundred and eighty dollars.
A L l.JLI I ! I ! 1 tT 11 k AU 111; UWVl v...
Trial set for hearing on the 12th day of
November, A. D. lSifl, at oneoclocit,
A. 11. WATSON UAER1S, J. P.
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
tiou will be held on the second Satur
dav 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 tne ex
N. M. McLAUCSHUN,
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