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A"0 UULL4US A IX
. ' , il'COXXELSVILLE . - . .
FRIDAY, JEov. 4, ISTO.
- Notice. A stated commumca
: lion of Corinthian Lodge, F. & A.
: JL, will be be!d in their Hall,
Tuesday evening, November 8,1870,
- for work nnd election of officers lor
. the ensuing year. Lodge opens at
o'clock, P. M. A largc.and early
attendance is expected.
. W. A. 11.
Main street is being improved
Tee improvements on the Malta
streets will only cost about fifteen
Rev. C. Y. Coc rteight wiH
preach in the M. E. Church of this
place, next Sabbath evening. .
Toe Ohio Board of Equalization
elected at tho late election, stands a
tic, politically being composed u
17 Democrats tnd 17 Republicans
" 2ev. G. J. Smith preached his
farewell sermon hero on last Sun
day evening.. The peopled Logan
will:find Mr. " Smith an earnest
worker in the cause of Curistiani
A great deal iseing said about the
approaching New York election, and
the frauds that have been usued in Ke w
Yorkclty. in the'past. For;informa
tion on this subject, read the speech of
Horatio Sevruour, found . in thiB pa-
Ajrs , daughter of :' Smuel Price, of
this village, died on .Tuesday, aged 14
years. Her funeral services, conduct
ed by Rev. H. Cooper, assisted by Rev.
C. W. Ceurtright, occurred on Wed
nesday, at one o'clock P. SI., after
' which her remains were taken to the
Deerfield cemetery for interment. .
Jobs Harms,Sen., an old citizen of
McConnelsville, died on the 30lh ult.,
in the77th year of his age. He was
liorn,in Chester county, Pennsylvania
and was for a Ions time a citizen of
Harrisville, . Ritchie co., W. Vsu, and
came to this village in 1850, and has
been a resident here most of the time
' since." 'The deceased was the father of
fourteen children, the mostof whom
are now living.
"We publish, thin week a table show-
5 ng the result of the labors of the Land
Appraisers' and the County Board of
Equalization. This table is but one of
several that Auditor JJ'Grew has been
laboring on for the past two months,
all of which may be seen by calling at
the Auditor's office.- This table.lhow
ever, gives'tlns whole of the informa
tion, as far as ' results""areconcerned,
there is to be obtained. There is pro
bably not another Auditorin Ohio that
has spent as much time on these mat
ters as has Mr.: McGrew.
Dedication. The new Hopewell
M. E. Church will be dedicated J to
the -vor9hip of Almighty God, Sun
day, November 13, 1870. Rev's" L.
McGuire, B. E. Edgell, and D." C.
Knowles will be present and assist
the Pastor in conducting the servi
ces. Rev, Jj. McGuire. will preach
the dedication sermon at 11 o'clock,
of said dar.
T .. i . f.. lC-rtS
' found elsewhere., in ihia paper, is a
matter of interest - to Tax-payers at
least. Treasurer Yocom has concluded,
and, very wisely and justly, that mat
ters of interest to the people generally.
-should be adreitised - in' both Coun
ty papers., "When it is remembered
that Democrats, Prohibitionist", and
"' Republicans have to pay for the ad
vertising-of County official duties and
doings alike, ft looks as though it
should be done where all can have, the
"benefit of it." ." .
The Presbyterian Church, under
the energetic charge of Rev- H
Cooper, has underwent soma very
1 - 1 J ; 1 1
roaB:ucra4c cuanges uunug me
past two weeks. The back gallery
has been torn ont, the old pulpit
mfiriA nnn nf t Vi A (Kin fa ti t h a rttiaf
the scats reversed, and a beautiful,
new pulpit, the fruit of Ilr. Coop
er's individual mechanism, has
been erected m tjo back part of
the Church.- Preaching there next
Sabbath at the nsnal hoar.
Cocstt Lodge of Good Temp
LARS. On Friday,' October 2Sth, at
2 o'clock, P. the. Morgan Coin
ty Lodge of Good Templars met in
the M. E. Church at Monntsville.
The usual public meeting was beld
in the evening, and was well at
tended, considering the inclement
weather, and was addressed for
about one hoar by Dr. Isaac Park
er, of Chesterfield; also, by Dr. D
H. Allard, of the same place, who
spoko a . short . time. The next
meeting of the Lodgo will be at
The following appointments
were made by the Muskingum An
nual Conference of the Mothodist
(Prote6tant) Church, held at Pa
larmo,' Carrol! County, this State
n the 2Sto of September last : .
Pwguh Circuit, Rev's J. M.
Vfoodward and S. Fisher, Penns
ville Circuit, Rev. J. Hastings; Un
ion Circuit, Rov, W. Yates; Cam
bridge Circuit, Rev's T. Scott. and
J. P. King; McConnelsville Miss
ion , Rev. Wei. T. Hobbies.
Rev. G. J. Smith, who has bad
charge of the McConnelsville Mies-
ion for the past year or two, was '
sent to Lo-'an.
I OaoAMZAiiow pfa Good Temp
v: lae8' Lodge at Mocntsvillk. On
! the 28th ultimo, a Good Templars'
Lodge was organized under tho
management of Charles Paterson,
J. G. W. C. T., at Mountsvillo, un
der the name of tho "Monntsville
Lodge," and the following officers
were elected : Tibbale, AY. C.
T.; Miss Ilarpor, W. V. T.; J.
Kennard. W. S.; George Beal, W.
F. S.; Anthony Archer, Treasurer;
Hickman Ballock, Chaplain;
llarpor, W. M. The Lodgo will
bold its regular meetings on Fri
day evenings. '
The CENsrs. The following is
the population of this County as
shown by the census just taken :
Bloom township has 187 families,
containing 473 males and 514 fe
males, making a total oi 837; of
these 24 were born in foreign coun
Bristol lovmliip has 289 families,
containing 743 males and 726 fe
males, making a total of 1469; of
these 21 were born in foreign coun-
Manchester township has 144
families, containing 347 males and
3G5 females, total 712; of these 7
were born in foreign countries.
Morgan township, outside ot Mc
Connelsville, has b4 families, con
taining 253 males and 281 females,
total 539: of these 11 were born in
McConnelsville ban 333 dwelling
houses and 345 families, containing
774 males and 872 . females, total
1646: of these 20 are colored and
69 were born in foreign countries.
Petin township ha3 a population
of 1254, Marion 2074, Homer 1699,
Village of Malta 513, Malta town
ship (outside of the Village of Mal
ta) 603, Union township 1607,
Deerfield 990, York 922, Windsor
2250, Meigsville 1300, Center 1350.
The total population of the Coun
ty, according to the above, is
Another Victim. In the past
four years, we have chronicled the
decease of five individuals, who
were residents of this County, that
came to their deaths directly
through Liquor vending and
drinking, and wo are again called
upon to place on record another
of these horrible occurrences one,
too, that surpasses those preceding
n all that is terrible.
On Tuesday afternoon, Alex
Harvey, son of Thomas Harvey
who lives on the bill on the upper
road leading out ot Malta, came
over into this village; and, w"bile
here, got intoxicated. About dusk,
or a little after, he went back to
Malta, and was noticed by the toll-
taker on the bridge to be very
dio.uk. Where be went to imme
diately after be got to Malta is un
certain, some saying that ho was
about a cortain "Whisky Hell there,
and others that he was one of a
contemplated 'Chowder Party,'
(feasters on chickens of their own
stealing,) thut is said to have ren
dezvoused that night at the old
Salt-well in the Western part of
Malta. Bo this as it may, Harvey
made his appearance at the Malta
Suit Furnace about ten or eleven
o'clock at night, still intoxicated,
and some say with a chicken in his
hand which he wanted to scald.
The reports, however, are so con
flicting that we can give no posi
tive statement as to bis object in
going to the Furnace, if Le bad
any. Humphrey, who was on tour
at the Furnace, told him to go
away, and then went about his du
ties. Shortly, .he heard a splash,
and running back, found Harvey
one of the Bait kettles. He pull
him out, raised the alarm, and
Harvey, literally cooked alivo, was
taken home to bis father's, where
is now lying, awaiting death to
kindly relieve him of his sufferings
This terrible occnrreiice has
roused the people, of Malta into
true appreciation of the evils re-
suiting from the illegitimate sale of
intoxicating beverages, and they
are taking active measures to pros
ecute all violaters of the laws, both
those wLo sell and those who get
Yourg Harvey is about 28 years
age, and, when not drinking, bas
been an industrious man.
The True Ring.
Eev. W. N. WyethJ formerly of this
place, and now of Wabash, Indiana,
touched the vital point of the temp
erance question in a resolution, being
pith of a report 'of theiCommiUee
Temperance of the Indiana Baptist
Convention, of which, he was Chair
man. We wishTaH'ourJIinisters were
sound 'on "practical temperance as
Rev. Wyeth. . The Resolution, which
copy below, was adopted heartily:
Itesolved, That allegiance to Christ
makes it the duty of every church and
every Christian to take a positive,
unequivocal, and declared position
against it, in the following forms: "By
teaching the virtue of temperance
through the pulpit, the press, and the
Sunday-school; by a rigid practice of it:
making, the ballot tell for it: bv
making intemperance, however mod
erate, a disciplinary offense in the
church, and by cot suffering Christian
homes to present so much as the ap
pearance of it."
TnE,'Earopean 4War is still ra
ging, with little or nochango as to
results, if we except lho capitula
tion of Metz.
Court op Common Pleas. There
were 113 civil and 18' criminal ca
r(b for disposal at the October
term of our Court of Common
Pleas. The following wero the
most important criminal cases:
State vs. Solomon Smith, colored,
indicted for burglary, feloniously
breaking and entering Richard Ed
gar's store, in Marion township;
plea of guilty ertered, and . senten
ced to on year in the Penitentiary
at hard labor, and paj'ment of costs.
- State vs. Charles Mastcrson, pe
tit larceny; case continued, defend
ant out on bail. .
State vs. Henry Head, assault
and battery; plea of guilty, and
fined ten cents and costs.
State vs. Samuel Korris, assault
and battery; case continued.
Statu vs. Alfred N. Adorns, sel
ling Iiqnor contrary to Jaw;
naa, touna guilty, motion ior new.
trial made and refused, bill ot x
ceptions allowed and filed.
Slate vs. Elijah Bradrick, Post
master at Bishopville, grand larce
ny and embezzlement; trial bad,
defendant found cot guilty and
An adjourned term of the Court
will convene on next Tuesday.
Tnfi full official vote of Ohio, at
the recent election, foots up as fol
Democratic, . 405,015
The Ohio Statesman, Democratic,
after giving the above figures, says:
"The Prohibition parly is the on
ly organization that appears to be
on the increase While tbe other
parties fell sadly behind their volo
last year, the Prouibuionists have
more than quadrupled their own
strength. If they keep on at thia
rato for a few rears longer, the
whole State of Ohio will be drink-
in water. -Loeir opportunity is
apparent to the dullest politician,
and we all know the temperance
organization comprises some of tho
shrewdest political intellects iu the
Wist Vieginia Election The
Wheeling Register s.ys of the re
cent West Virginia Election :
'We havo certainly elected two
t-ongressmcn, and possibly tho
third, as tho Second district is in
doubt, notwithstanding it went Ra
dical two years ago by 2,630 ma-
orily. As far as heard from, tho
Democrats gam in every county of
ine state save one.
"The Democratic majority in the
State securea a complete revolution in
political affairs. We will elect a Uni
ted States Senator in place of WiLLey;
we will enfranchise the twentyfive
thousand white men who have been
denied the ballot, and thus make
West Virginia as thoroughly Democra
tic as Kentucky or Maryland. The
news is almost bewildering."
Thz returns from all the post
masters in the country of the free
matter leaving their offict-s iu the
first six months of this year, 6how
that if it had all paid postage the
receipts therefrom would have been
two or three million dollars.
Sxow fell in New Ilampshire and
Maine on Monday night.
The True Ring. Death of an Inebriate.
Raise me np gently there
Oh! give me a breath of the pure cold
I am dying at last
I am going so fast
But no one will care how soon I am
They'll hurry me under the damp, dark
And "only a pauper," they'll say, as
"Another poor wrelch is buried; alas !
That all were not lying beneath the
Who set at naught the great laws of
Bring me water I pray ;:
drank nothing else in childhood's
. How it ran by our door I
How it leapt on the shore I
Oh I why did I drink from the poison
ed bowl -That
has wrecked my life and ruined
That has laid in the grave my lovely
And filled my life with bitterest strife?
Why are you here T Can you say me
a prayer ?
you think I can find forgiveness up
What a wretch I have been !
Xono but God knoweth how great is
- But the bowl I I've forsook
Have you 'mong you a book
book that tells of the "prodigal
' son ?"
! the life that God gave me is al
shadows are deepening, my eyes
are dim -'
bave beard your prayer and beauti
ful hymn; .
may be forgiven God knows alone
shall trust and hope to behold His
I am going good-bye !
one loves me down here I hope
that on high
My pure wife waits for me
By the great crystal sea.
loved me till death bo- true was
Twill be sweet to meet ber, never to
life has been bitter I'm glad 'tis
faces look sad ob ! strive ye to
Some youth from despair and a vile
drunkard s grave t
The True Ring. Death of an Inebriate. MARRIED.
Oct JSth, 1870, by "IV. C. Early, J.
P., llr. William Drake to Hiss llary
1'hillis, both of this county.
In JlcConnelsville, Xov. 2d, by Rev.
B. E EJpell, Mr. Edward S. Robinson
to Miss Clarissa Roland, all of Morgan
After two day's illness from conges
tion of the stomach, at 7 A. M., Tues
day, Xov. 1st, 1S70, Hiss Eli::a Ana
Price, daughter of Mr. Samuel Price of
She was fourteen on Saturday la-t
nearly the same age as her sister who
died about one year ago. She gave au
dible evidence of a hope in Christ.
Her body lies by the side of her threo
sisters at Deerfield church.
The family make grateful acknowl
edgments of the kindness of many
friends who rendered assistance dur
ing the time of her sickness and burial.
Another Iorg? arrival of choo!&ots at
AnAiBSUo.il; ciore wilnm a d'W duy, em
bracing all kinds used in the Schools in I hi?
locality. Tins fiim have uncqualed fucili-
lie lor -applying trese UooiJs, and iroke it
advantageous to all to purchase tLeir "sup
plies of them.
tS Ladies, go.to C. L. Hall's to get
your hats. Twenty dozen just opened,
direct from first hands, at wholc-salo or
New stock of Blank Boclt, Piist Bools,
Tuck Memorandums, Pocket L&fffcrs. Petty
Account Books, Blank Note Books. &c, te
ceived at Adair's Book Siore. They keep
a large stock cl all kinds.
We have a nice line of Germanfomi
Yarns, Red mixed, Green mixed,- Yel-
Iot mixed and all plii coior?j also,
a good stock o." commou yarns, gray
and white mixed. We hsve on hjnd
now a few pairs of country made socks.
till & Co.
Weddxisr Itinera, manufactured
by If. B. Vincent &. Ero.
Bgi- From the Shawl Emporium of
New lork, we expect to-morrow to
receive alot by .xpress Uauita stripe,
Elite, Ureyback, Angora, Bengal stripe
and other popular styles. Call and tee
them at Stone's.
Pencils! Pencils !
Xew stoc-k of Lea J Pencils, of the cla
bra'el Fabcr, Evglr, and American iraky, I
and Vravcwg 1 cnci's, cl the same tiriud?,
received at Adair lioolt More ILis week.
Clothes, llair and bhoe Brushes,
Blacking, c. ot Sill's.
iTrunks Zinc, l eather, end all
styles, just received at C. L. llaus.
Reward Cards !
The hondVoirust stock end greatest varie
ty of Pcicard Car,(s ever brought lo I Lis
piece, juit receivtd at Adair s Book More.
Go te the Cigar Store ot O. E. Co:hrnn
to get tbe gee a ice Havana Cir, two for
five cent s.
stock of Tru
and at factory prices.
er that Sill keeps the larges
ltnks, Satchels, 4c, in town
Tbe largest, l-acdsomeit, and best stock I
Of Photograph Alburns ever tjroucUt lo tais
oca I it j, recc-ivcu at Adair 8 loou tstore
this week. Tiiey are splendid Goods, dura-
b!e, nuely gotten up, ri.u very clieap.
Go to Lew. Hall's, iu Malta, fjr
Shawls Xew stock I
8g,Go to Stone's for a
full lino of
Havana Cigir, 2 Tor 5 cents.
C. E. Cocl ran originator and sole man
aftcicrer. Warrrauted superior to the
best five cent Cigar manufactured.
Tot Books I Picture Books !
A large unJ epk-nJid stos': of Toy Books,
of all siz-s and style, and of great variety,
received at Apaib's Book Store tfa'sweck.
Try the Golden Navy Tobacco, at P.
Sweeney & Co.
I Some beautiful, new style
bbawis just received at C. L. Kail s.
21 utile Books !
"Fresh leaves," "Bright Jeici's," ami
"Fresh Laurels" received at Adair's Book
bioie. U:her Music Books kept in stock.
$& Lady Elgin Watch at Vincent's.
ESuLarge lot of Trunks, Valises and
liaskets just received at Stone s.
tl, Howard Watches, adjusted' to
neat and cold, in gold and silver cases,
at 11. IS. V incent Bros .
If you want good dry Stogie Cigars,
go to P. Sweeney & Co.
Arnold's TVrUIns Fluid!
Pure , Sresh, and genuine Arnold Fluid
10 qrnirts, pini3. bail pinU quirUr pints, ;
Bud cones received i a dais s iooK cioro i .
this week. This firm keen a laree itock
and sell the brat Ink and Fluid made.
IS. oold and Silver tuama at m-
rcTbe best and cheapest PnoTOCArn
Albl'ms are sold at ADAIR S Isook blore.
S. A new lot of Ladies' and Gents
Fur3 nest week at Stones
Ealmoral, Hoop and Fancy Worked
Skirts, and Breakfast Shawls, good
assortment, at Sill's.
Richmond Xavy Tobacco, the best
article at P. Sweeney & Co.
BgULook ont for stacks of New Goods
be received at Adair s Book Store next
week. They are risshiue thinss alons vie-
oroosly now-a-diys, and making a good rea I
for the Holiday season.
ESi. Stone sells the popular Singer's
new improved Sewing machines.
SJLook out for a large and splendid lot
A Jill, lilULl.S at Adaib s liook
Store next week.
G. E. Halliday & Co., have now on
sale a great variety of beautiful, useful
fancy goods; an extensive assortment
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers,
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Elack Velvet, Rib
bons, black and colored Alpaca Braids,
Elastic Frills and Cords, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Silk, and a general
of goods usually kept in the
millinary and fancy goods business. 1 and
25 cents will buy a plug of good I
Xavj Tobacco at T. Sweeney & Co. SHI'S-
TAXES -FO.I& 1870.
XOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS OF MORGAN COCSTY.
In pursuance to the law, I, Samuel E. Yocom, Treasurer !f said Morgan
County, do hereby notify the Tax-payers thereof, that the rates of Taxation
ior the year" 170, are correctly stated in the adjoiuing table, showing the
number of Mills levied on each dollar of taxable property in each ot the town
ships and incorporated towns in said Morgan County :
5 a -O o
-j, po x 2
O o BJ'S C 3
3 C Z
c c S c 3 c o c c o o O C: O 5 C w 0 I E
i O ' .t Ut Ui w' C'i
' to tc tc re ic I
. O C o o o
i a. it. t c- ci c- -i -i i .
Vl - i.- 1 V O W 41 W C' a
c c c - - - -1 ' c - c ; i.t c - s
jo; sxx v;ox
iach person ccr.r-'cd with taxes for the year fc70 ou the tax c3i.rlirtA f
.Morgan County, moy, at bis option, ray the luli amount of said taxes, on or
al property, if not paid at those dates. Alo a pennlty of 20 per cent, on all
laxeb asaesseu on r.eai itaic, n noi paiu oy the time specified.
s.iHit,ii u, awt-wjl, Treag. 22. C. O.
Treasurer s O.Tico, :ov. 4, IhtO 4w.
e iiio uin oi Kertiiiuer imai, or nan ineiect on or telore Decern her 2 f!lh
), and the remaining half thereof on or before the 20th of June, 1871.
penalty of 0 per cent, is imposed by law on all taxes assessed on Person
IVeYT (iooCa f Kcw Goods 1 1
Fieh stock of Ivory Tulle's, Initial Pe
per, Pocket Shies, Toy Panoramas, Bristol
B-K Tysons Poems
school speakers ami r.xhoiton Hooks, and
a large l-jlof Miscellaneous Publications. ts-
S-S If von went a really nice lot of
rui-s, go to V. u. II ills to set tlienl.
A b.rgc quantity of willow and trav
eling baskets, now on hand at Sill's,
Don't forgit tho dry goods at Sill's
in looking over town for goods in that
New aridrxcelleat stock c.f Pocket Poe-ks.
Y'aUcts Bill Botks, Purses, arc , of ail pri
ces, sty.es, asd kind', ou-J thy be.-t nnd
handsomest Goods ever brought to 'his lo
cality, just received at Adaiii s Back Store.
1 ucy keep s vary lars tiovM nr.d labor to
Duel tbe wants of purchasers in quality
style?, and pike.
Verv latest novelties in scarfs and
neckties, just received direct from the
East, at Sill's. Call before they are
Holliday Gifts, Toys, and useful arti
cles suitable for gifts in great variety,
at the Queensware fc'torc.
An immense stock of under-clothing,
gle-es, collars, suspenders, Ac., now
being opened at Sill's.
New and elegant BJssrtmant of GOLD
PEN'S, of tbe oest and finest quality miie.
together with Ebcny, Ivorv, and Pearl
Holders, received at Adair's Book S:o.-e.
Rich Vases, Ornaments of Parian &
Lava and Bohemian Glassware. in grea
variety juat receded at the Queens-
ware Store of R. L. Jenkins.
Fur trimmed clovs at SilPs.
Xo mistake about it, the Shoo Fly
Cigar is the best cigar ever introduced
,,;. , f..
. - . . .
tlie Sreat quantity manufactured and
sold by P. Sweeney & Co. Every couc-
try merchant ought to give them a
trial, they will find them a saleable
cigar, and pay a good profit.
Special bargains in Black Alpa
cas, t McConnel, Emerson & Harris,
ilaiu street, Zmesville, Ohio.
A nice stock of Flannels and Yarns,
Chalk Crayons I
Large lot of Chalk Crayons received at
Adair's Cook Store this week.
McConnel, Emerson & Harris,
desire to say to the citizens of SfcCon
nelsville and Morgan county, visiting
Zanesville to purchase'Dry Goods, that
will not only sell Muslin and Cali
coes as low as the quoted prices of any
other house in the City, but all our
goods as cheap as the cheapest.
Please call and see for yourselves.
JIcCOXXEL, EMERSON & HARRIS,
91 Main street, Zanesville, Ohio..
Fresh supplies of fice Toilet Soaps,
The finest and largest variety of
Queensware Glass, China, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to McConnebr
variety ville, at the Queensware Store. . Call
see for yourselves,
Braided Switches, something new, at
A full stock of Dry Goods adapted
to the fall and winter trade at prices
unhenrd of since tne war.
llcConnel, Emerson & Harris,
94 Main street. Zanesville, Ohio,
A very large and fine assortment o
Queensware iust received, call and m
amine the quality and price3 at R. L.
M'CONNELSVILLE, Nov. 4, 1870.
family f 6 5U;
W1IKAT 81,10 perbnshcl.
CORX MEAL 0,80 per bushel.
CORN' 0 per bushel, wholesale.
BAULCr. fcnrinff. 80.90. FaII.Sl.05.
OATrf 33 teats per besbel, wholesale,
xi a x 5iu.oo per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED 23,50 wkolesale
I LAa StiiD -1 75 to 2 00.
BKANiSl 5(1 per bsshel.
IRU.l A PPLK3- Cctg; per pound,
rT?nH Wt. a na-aim .
L;a.ii.u ic4uui'.sw$'j t-a per busn
rui'AiOiiJj 0 75 per nuah,, at
BUTTEU 30 cts.perpoucd,
KGG3 20 tta. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
8UGAR-12 to 15 ctp. per lb.
W II ITK SUGAR 1 4 to 1 7 cla.. lb
COFFEE CO to 25 cts. per lb.
TKA- HI 00 to 1 60 pof lb.
MOLASSESSorghani 50 cen
S I RUr Cl 00 pit eallon.
LARD 15 to IScis per poand, whole-
CANDLES20cts per lb.
SOAP by bar 6 4o8a.
SALT S1.75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 42ets per lb.
S1DKS Picketed, 15 cts per lb.
CARBOX OIT-35cts. per gallon.
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2,00 per gallon.
CODFISH lOots per lb.
M'CONNELSVILLE, Nov. 4, 1870. Baltimore Live Stock Market.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 27, 1870.
RECEIPTS FOR THE WEEK.
Sheep and Lambs, 8,019
PRICES OF BEEF CATTLE AT THE MARKET
Yery beat on sale to-day, 77
cents. That generally rated first
quality, 5ia7 cents. Medium or
pood lair quality, 4a5i cents. Or
dinary thin stcera, oxon and cows,
4al.V cents. Inferior and lowest
erade of cattle, 3ia4 cents. Gene
ral avemgo of the market to-day,
6 J cents. Extreme rango of prices,
3la7? ceti'd. Most of the safes are
from 5j-aCJ cents.
SnF.EP. Prtces'raned to-day as
follows: Fair to good, at 4ao ctfl.;
good to extra, 5af$ cts.; stock
sheep, $fa2J per hoad.
JIcgs. rricos ranrrod as followa:
SlOJall per hundred pounds.
Notice is loreby circn tbat the under-
simed bas been duly appointed noi qaali-
Eed as Adaimatrator, with the will annex
ed, of ths estate of James Coco, deceased,
late ot JI organ County. Uir.o.
Od23-3ir. JOSEPH V. COXX.
tt'm. T. Kennard, plft., 1 Before WTat
ncainst . Vson Harrson.
NclsonB. Owens, deft. ) J. P. Marion,
Township, Morgan Co., O.
On the 23d day of September, A. D.,
1870, said Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the above action, for the
sum of one hundred and eighty dollars.
Trial set for hearing on tho 12th day of
November.fA. D. 1S70, at one o'clock.
A. M. WATSON HARRIS, J. P.
II. MOIiTLEY & CO.,
ijjcfieirocfgbj.fe, 0i jo,
; one of the
EVERY THINS SELLING LOW !
mm the jhmest price. for
SS- GlVfi U3 A CALL I -Q
Julr29, ISTO tf.
)RV GOODS. &.C.
61SDI in in:
MADE TO ORDER.
Sou tlx-West Cornel'