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liCONSELsVILLE : '
FJIID4T, . . ... Swai.
BBI-TOI 111ELE. c OCIETX will be
held at the Presbyterian Church next
Sabbath, at 10 o'clock. A. M. Rev. C.
CouAright will be in attendance to
address the merlins- A lull attend-
' ance U requested.
D. Li JEXKIS9. I'rest.
Morgan Co. Medical Sotlciy.
An adj nrr.rd iwetitijf -I tl.e '-fjn Ce,
M-dic I Society will le 1m 1 1 in the r-
'j iii.ine H'her'S -n's lrosf eiior, in .Ve-C-uceii!!-.
lUrIAT, J IN, or.!, lSl.
Ii is bp d 'In re will tie a tail and nrn
al'tcdiooe. I Vv. I It', "70,1 1.
Tii o Board of - Directors of ' Ihe
Hortfun County Agricultural Socie
it will tnrrt at the Mayor's OfSsc,
- in JlcdonneUvilie, n
, Sccdaj,5cTrabrr!l, !S70. '
" lit 10 o'clock, A. U., to award pre
miums on Field Crop,' and (or the
transaction fif other imporlarit bu
6i n ess. By order of the Board.
. Jons Adair, Secretary.
; XoTcmfccr 11, 1870 2w.
- Tn total population of Ohio is now
2,652.302. . ' -
. The population of Morgan, count J
has decreased, since 1860, 2,204.
. Alcx. Habvst, the young wan made
mention of last week as having been
mortally burnt by falling into a salt
kettle at the Malt Furnace, is still
. living, and his medical attendant now
ays he may possibly recover..
: ATmtxessek man, named John 'Wil
son, has used tobacco for seventy odd
years, daring which time he became
father it five balrs if twins. A fearful
warning to tobacco chewers 1
. PssmtSTuaY AastrAL. The Sheriff
of Morgan county arrired at the Peni
tentiary, on Saturday morning with a
convict named Solomon Smith, who
had been sentenced to imprisonment
' for ens year, on a charce of burglary.
Ohio Statesman, Nor. 7th. -
V -' Tfes New Ere ff otel, under the man
agemeht of las. T XinesM. is being re-
, paired up neatly and nicely, hood or
,i der and systematic arrangement seems
.w to pervade the whole establishment,
., and it i generally conceded that
- abundant patronage will be give it
-"by the public.
UsoiCATiox. The St's. Patrick &
- James Catholic Church, of sfcConr els-
- Tille, will be dedicated to the worship
';" cf Almighty God on Tuesday morning
- . of next week.'. The Right Reverend
Bishop, Sylvester H. Rosencrans, and
ther Catholic Clergymen, will bepre
aent and conduct ceremonies.
' The Court of Common Pleas conven
ed on Tuesday to finirh tip. the busi
ness of the October term. The most
important matters before the Court
were the rases brought tip from the
'- Mayor's t'ourt, of. McConnelsville, for
the purpose of testing the talidify of
what is known as our 'Beer Ordinance.'
. - Judge Wood went into a leugthy and
.-. extensive examination of. the whole
... matter, and found that the Ordinance
was Jtopported by the Statutes and
; Constitution of Ohio. The question
will be carried before the Supreme
Court of the State. :
Nsab everybody in this community
- has heard of Capt. B. F. Powers Pat
ent Spring for Wagons, Carriages, Bail
Road Cars, ftc, and near everybody
will be well rTeased to learn that the
, Baltimore ft Ohio Rail Road Company
. have determined to give this Spring a
trial by putting a sett of them on one
of their Rail Road Cars. The Spring
' has been tried off a uggy of James A
. McCoamel's, and baa given such satis
faction, that HcConnet pronounces it
superior to any Spring he has ever
seen tried. It will be but a short time
now before . it will be tested on the
Cars, and should it prove a success, as
"everybody thinks it will, it will be con
sidered one of the greatest inventions
of the" age -
; " 2fxw BIrrnoD of Sppprxssiow.
;The Barnes viilo Enterprise says :
'Last week Mayor Graves issued a
'" Jong execution against tho effect
.nd person of a ealoon koeper to
ocover a fane iu ravnr of the lK-or-porAted
.village of E.irnoviIId of
$57. - The. arhhar was ordered to
"revy on tiio contents of the saloon:
and remove thrnv forthwith to the
-Lock-up." In Ices than one hour
. sfior'the issuia of the order all the
whisky, wine, gin, hrandy.and ci
der contained ia ' the aforesaid sa
loon, was removed to ehe eoi Dora-'
;fiorr jail nnd lw;ked up."
' Tai " N"eW Orleaus Pieayum says' a'
' eounlrymon who' went to a theater iu
r that city as the escort of some Indies,
setired at an intermission, and returned-with
a pound or two of peanuts
wrapped in paper, and two huge ba
nanas sticking from his pocket. Just
then, however, and before he had
; ft me to take his- seat, . one of the ae-
tresses who had especially won his ad
miration, cj we to the feolittlirs and
amrhhi a btnutiful tnlnlr . f.,lt, I
rich voke comrdeted1 tie conja-st of
tbeeountryuian's heart, imJ, unable to'
restrain hia delight, he heived on the'
stage hU peanuts, bananas am pocket
a tribute to the en-!
ehntrM. There was a momentary I
astonUhment twiUJe u on the laces oli
the stage, a single interval of hesita-
tioa, waicli r rmova by the coun-
trymau'.voice, full and. U-a,: lake
em, gal, byj.ngo, you re welcome.- I
A upfij f BaruaMier and pibr Gla
lakstands, jott receired .at ADAIR'5
Book Store eh yesterday.
1m New York City titer have a pri
vate not office, oh Broadway, where
they charge ten cents a letter for de
livery; It is the headquarters for flir
i tstions, amours, " intrigues, ploU, rob
beries, and all sorts of clandestine and
Out beyond Deaver someWbefe; a
Kickapoo Indian saw a Buffalo coming
' " P- M f d hU
to his body and lassoed the animal. It
proved to bo a locomotive, and the
Kicapoos are in mourning.
Ax independent cubd dale for Sher
iff over in Nevada, who bad been rais
ed os sour krout and lager beer to an
extent to affect his speech, thus laid
down his platform : "Suppose I am
elected Sheriff and I bees out mit der
poys. and der pOys trinks a liddle too
much and I tricks a liddlrtoo much
ton ; 1 hot arrest: deft
dent around de corner and
to go home;
No ' I nrinn'
IsM 1 IS vOl 1 do. I
. . .
Tfit Washington Sat- gitrciS Aft
Gmnt a stables, which comprise 12
and a large supply of
ii i ' .i ,i . -'the
7" ,u'" 'r, : J
ius uarncra w uvavuv iihiumhtu wiiu
I, and otticr sets are richly ladeh
with silver. It is said the Presi
dent takes the greatest interest in
his horses, and goes out with thom
so often that "his form is better
known to tho puUu: than that of
any of his predecessor.''
Thx official returns of the India
oa State election have been receiv
ed from all the counties. . The ma
jority . for Ivldy, the Democratic
candidate for Secretary of State, is
2 508. This is about the average
msjority. Tho majority for the
lowest candidate on the State ticket
is 1,867, tnd the highest 3,793.
The vote for Congressman shows n
Democratic majority of 5.942.
There were 24,C69 less vetes polled
this year than in 1869, notwithstan
ding the negro vote, which is esti
mated to be from six to seven thoc
Marriage Sub Rosa.
Am.i- ria'zo ceremony - was per
formed by Kv. Crook at the resi
dence of Dr. Lewie, n lst Satur
day nifflil, which takes the rag
tight Off the bush." An old gen
liemnn, by the way a divine, living
in Malta, Morgan cnut t v. Ohio, har
in;gr.wn weary of "single Licked -ns"
resolved to take unto himself
wife.' ' In- the language oi the
groom, waited to oar ears upon the
gentle breeze, '-i.one knew it but
himself, his affianced and the hn.
KvU. Tuesday's Mink brought the
groom to this city, and the eleven
o'clock train the bride. It wasde
sicned at we before remarked tftbe
strictly private, but by some rnoufiS
or another information crept out
and when evening came, the crowd
hut assembled at the house of Mr.
Lewis showed that Borne auk now n
channel of eommnnicalion bad been
opened. There was ai-sefnbled
there Messrs. Pinker ton, Sturgeon,
Dye, Corry and wifa, and others
whose names we did not tret, te
witness the operation el joining two
hearts ttiat were In rootin 2 m ono
Thai's not the exact quoUtfnn, but
expresses the thought that we are
present grappling with. VY hilu
all were seated around the fire, with
the chandeliers abovo illuminating
the eoDnlcnaoces of that brilliant
gathering, the br'fde and gforrar
stepped m nnaonounced, and trem
bling with emotion, ha jlted for the
cercmonr, which was brief and to
the point. Mr. John Rod rcrs and
Miss Nancy Denver, (excuse ns, we
had designed to help carry out the
original plans of seercsy of the old
gentleman,) were pronounced man
and wife, and scarce five minutes
elapsed ere they had received con
gratulations. efronh to last thom
seventy five ynars longer. But they
were made nappy and separated the
next day - to feforn from whence
they came, lie to Malta, she to
Deavertown. ITo fhat's all there
waof rt, and" if that's anything
worth roasfffg secret of, JJr. JJcg
should have tcformeJ us, be
cause we will t "II such things if it
costs ns a whole lead pencil. Zitnes.
City timet, 4fi iasL
The Corner Loafer Sketched.
The following sketch of . a speci
men of the "corner loafer tribe, tak
en from - the Daily Saralogiin, of
Saratoga,- wilt', ' donbt, be fully
endorsed as correct in every res
pect, by all who have ever com a a
cro68 any of the shiftless, corner-
obstructing class : -. : , , ,
'That you r.g tuirt 6n fliocbr
r. with his hat a little on ono
ide, the stub end of a cheap ciar
in his mouth, and a stare for every
.nay wno passes is a loafer. Do
you know where ho gets his mon
ey? His mother earns it by taking
in washing, ioor sr.nl ! She thinks
her loy will get work K5orr. lie
Could find work cnouuh to keen
him busy ffrteeri hours a day, if lie
want it But h& in a laxy Innler.
nd don't want to work. ir he sets
a place, Be shirks, or docs in Work
so poorly that he" fs so soorf dischar
ged. Ho never works- for tho same
man twico. Or, perhaps, ho is par
t culnr what kind of work ho doe.
He 1 Willing that his mother or sis
ter should sew anrf earn money for
him to spend, bat he is littlo par
ticular, he if, what work he docs
lb Imk hands. ' Hv looks down on
that sweaty cariVeDtcr Who hwrnea
7 birrt, nwnr eomfescendrilirty at
bi friend, the ehoernafcer, and then
lntrrberchief todkrtjd painter, wrth
,,,nd" ul1 of P't po s and
"rn'"'e- "e "'"nt lorrow ten
Pent of any of tlicni. They it now
he would never pay iu Tliey earn
their money. He begs his f Lis
mother. Si vhsh ImrJ.i-u't l
M cr Eeckai
Alitid rphixIM, i tw rt-oks, ja-t le
ewtd aCDAlB'6 Uoukfctort cd vister
The Chicago Republican has some
comments on the Ohio election,
which are well worth perusal and
thought. After referring to the fact
that General Apathy was out in
force," n ltd making an enumeration
o! tho vote, it says :
-The Miowm-r is not two to bonsl
of. though party journals will, of
-o orsfi, find in it inducements to
liveiy rejoicing. This because they
lefieclthe interest of the party lead
ers, tvhith is satisfied by the elec
tion of tho party candidates and
tho retention of the party accudi-n-iy.
Bot a party, nearly forty per
cent, of wIiofo members tay uwny
from tho polls on tho day M an im
portant oltk'liohi is palpably in no
oppressive state or vior nti'l robus
litudo. There is surely something
- . . , . ...
TO"a wnl,n sui-iipiienoracna occur.
Tbryar not accidents. There is
i... , ...
l - . . r
ir,n lru,u .. .". "nl "i:
n7 ws. we, u.e
, . ... r. , ... - -
wun me party policy or'
; want ofpolic', or a doubt ns to the
iiiletjriiy of thoso whom the party
r,8e" " pwcr ; a senso that
real purpose of a parly orjranir
n'i6h was not in the way of being
iiMhrrm trliu-h indianiMMMl rnn r
the trouble of gains to vote, and
rendered them indifferent to the
possible consequence) ot Uier de
This noh-votihg popttlalion this
large body of inactive electors,
growing rapidly - and continually
larger is a thing, which politicians
Overlook:, and parly newspapers lg
norj, until just be lore election,
when thoughts of thoso sik-nl pro
tc tint 8 risa up in their minds like
emanations from a guilty ' con
science, causing them to wonder
how many there are, and how their
inipassiveness is to affect the result.
It is for these' that the tocsins are
rung, and the shibboleths and ral
lying cries of the party are howled,
and the touching appeals and nr.
gent exhortations put forth by the
party organs, for the last few days
before the trial : but as the French
philosopher said of education Ihey
havo little effect cxci-pt upon those
who do not need them.
The lossons Which such things
should teach to party leaders, that
the right Way to securo attendance
at the polls is to be fair with the
people. A party that is correct and
coiihitcut in respect to ijs princi
ples, steady and sound :n its policy
and honest in it Icadort ; which
presents puro and capable men for
its candidates, will seldom need ex
traordinary exertions to"bring iis
Inarscs Out, and will spontaneously
remain in sox-h -a moral condition
that, withic a. narrow in a re in, Us
ttfitiliro force may bo accurately
calculated on the eve of any emergency."
&Forthe Xoboy" I. s of Neck
ties and Srarfs. ro la SILL'S; they are
preliy well up 10 the lime.
' & llowaid, Ergin. aad A Bieriran
U' .tclier, in cnld aud silver caes, at II. B.
Viuceit ft it o.
New arrival of Botts sod Shoes at
B'f ONE'S. ,
W.R w, of ATnsienloIm and Wade
lyncher's auiDtfraelsre. Hie best ia the
maiktrt f. sale very low, ly II. B.
VilictBt ft Bm.
t6T Ra-kei- ! Ui.keis 1 ! Baskets ! I .
Trm.ks 1 Trunks ! ! Trunk ! ! :
SaicWs I Kairheb I ! Sa'ciieb ! ! !
Kotioiwl Not ton ! ! N'kn 1 1 1
Itry O.iod! Diy Uwd Diy GroodiUl
great varitty at SILL'at.
-Imitation Itnl.ber Ciain. Charm,
Pius, and S-rve Ballon, at greatly 1 educ
prices,' at im-ent s.
BU Tbost Sbsals have airivfd and ro
inr off w ff, and me expected next
wees, at mux k v.
IQ- 1ie XifMs lloltMook have opened
new ana iesatiul lot oi liais. Call ear
ly, Ltdie, snd get your choice.
9&" Our stock of
caw' i be beat io this
Jeans snd ol Yami
niarsei . id price or
IrS. New JkwI are
rash at STONES.
piling in wits a
fme batfirai llps received at
Adjnrft Kahkr'a. .
Vein-nee, for Cloaks and Drcrsrs.
I New tio-av, ! a'l varHie. sre
eoai tly leing nceivid l-y Adaswft
Kabler, r,i are sold veiy cheap for easa.
A.Satina nl all color, for drets Irim-
raiis, at lite M Usea fTolbto'k'.- -
. m t a.
tP9u We have in stock a fall lit, ef the
Collais. and lave enl for tt.e Be-
-6liaksneare." a vnhndid enllar- We
re keepinr an endles vsr'iei v of eoflant U
most, an tht ihe most fastidious taste can
begatiM. at SILIS.
l3U Call art Ailam' ft K aliler and ex
amine il;eir stock of Plaid and Stripfil
opiiD, jusi receive.i.
Very latest novelties in scarfs' and
neckties", jVirt received direct from the
East, at SiU a. Call before they are
The ffoest aad largest varFetV of
Queensware, Glass. China, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to McConnels
ville. at the Queensware Store. Call
see fbr yourselves. .
E, The "Athenian," a decidedly new
cice thing in il-e Coil line, al KILL'S
combines all ibegnnrf onaliiiesof the pa
p'PraflJ linen. j and Iry !
Kft. Ojra Flannels", beantilu!, at Ad
ams ft Kaiiler's.
t. Ladys Fais, thep, at ltolbrook't.
KrnimtHirrrd Skirtr.'aew style, at
" ' a 1
t& Fl-nnel, fig ored, white,- aod'fCkr
let, A Iio brnokV.-
A very large and fine assortment of
Queensware just received, call and ex
amine the quality and pricer at R. L.
Coetiueutal Shawl at Adams ft
TfQt.Ua to SILL'S for anything ia the
Geas' faroihing lioe. Their stock of sock
fQOds if nosurpaNed.
Kick Vases, Ornaments of Parian ft
Lava, and Bohemian Glasswsre.in gress
variety just received at the Queens-
ware .Store ef R. L.Jenkins.
We are ffin a mrgnifEceot stock
ol Hit iim's at very luw iire, a. so a
prime article -f Ur-M-eiieK, at SILL'S.
No mistake about" it, the Shoo Fly
Cigar is the best cigar ever introduced
in this community as can be seen from
the great quantity manufactured and
sold by P. Sireehey ft Co. Every coun
try merchant ought to give them a
trial, they will find therit a saleable
cigar) and pay a good profit.
ilolliday Gifts, Toys.and useful arti
cles Suitable for jfifls in great variety,
at the Queensware More.
Noble co., Ohio.
fc 1870 hf tU
,w. mt B reiiQence or the brides
On the lSlh of October, 1870, by Rev.
S.- Lowther, at his residence, Mr. Jacob
Wklsh and Miss Emilt Kiitu, both of
mother, Mr. WIluim VT. Avis nd
i Jliss Nskct Jast skalocc, all of Sfor
fartnntmals, !gan co., Ohio.
On the 27th of October. 1370, by the
Hmr, it did res:aence, ur. ciich. ni
Ghj.ii.akd and Miss Mabth Jxs Mc
Creadt, all of Aftfrgan co , Ohio.
Jfov. 2d, I87i', by D. R. Buchanan, J.
P., Mr Jobs O. Dat, of Indiana, to Miss
Joakka Tatlos, of Center tp., Morgan
co., Ohio. .'
Nov. 4th, 1870, at 6 o'clock in theev
eniiig, by Mshlon Pet lit, J. P, at bis
office in Deerfield tp., Mr. Lewis A.
L'oss to Miss Mart Jaxe Smith, both of
Morgan co., Unio.
McCONNELSVILLE, Nov. 11, 1870.
Bel famitv 6 50;
CORN UKAL 80,80 per bushel.
CORN 50 per bushel, wbalesale.
. BARLKY. Spring, $0 90. Fall, f 1.C5.
OATS 33 iWsti pr bebel. wholesale.
If AY l(00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEKD -53,50 wholessle.
FLAX 8KKD SI 75 to 2 00.
BKANS 1 to per bashel.
DRIKD APPLK-S Ses. per poand.
DRIED PKACIIKS 2 50 per bnah.
POrATOEc-eu 75 per ouih.. at
BUTTER 20 ct. per poa.nj,
EtjfiS 20 tts. per dix,
FEATHERS 75 cit. per lb.
SUUAR- It to 15 ctr. per lb.
WIIITKSUUAB.- 14ie 17 cts. lb.
COfFEE 20 o 25 cts. per lb.
TKA- 1 t)6 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSIto.'iorEhuat . SO cCi'J
S 1 lib r 91 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to lgcta per pound,-w&ole-
CANDLES20eU per lb.
SOAP brar 6 to 8c.
SALr8l.75 r bbl.
VUOr 40 10 42cis per lb.
SIDE 1'ickel.d, 15 ds per lb.
OA ItBON OIT-35cts. per gallott.
L2NSKKD OIL 15 r gaUa.
LA Kit OIL. 200 per gallon. I
COL'FIcrll I0. ts per lb.
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 3, 1870.
J5EEF Cattle. Tha market yes
terday Bfternoon opened rather dull
and prices fell off a shade from the
rates of last week some 10. 0 head
changed bands. To-day the mark
el was ' dull throughout, and we
havo to note a decline of :c per lb
as compared with last week some
lew of the offerings remain over en
sold. About 750 bead of tbe re
ceipts wore reshipped Eat without
being offered here, "stock Cattle in
gooj demabd at full prices. Milch
Uow are in good demand, selling at
fid 19 to? pr head, as to quHur,
Veal Calves are unchanged at8a9c
for good, nod Ca75 for common.-
Prici-e to-day tor beef cattle ranged
as follows : licet beeves al $6.7X1
7.37; generally rated first quality at
37a6.77; medium or good lair
quality at 4.50u5; ordinary thin
steers, OXun and cows 3.75a4.37; in
ferior a ftd lowest grades uf cattle
50a4.00 general average of tbe
market to day $6; extreme range of
prices 3.50u7 37. Most of the suler
were from 5 to 6.25 per 100 lbs. Of
the receipts 1474 head came from
Virginia, 922 from West Virjj'rnia,
540 from Otiio, 280 from Marylatrdy
10S from Illinois, snd 190 head from
TenneSffce total receipts for the
week 3163 head, against 2060 last
week, and 354 samutime last year.
Of the offerings 993 head were tak
en by Caltiurdre butchers, 740 Sold
to speculators lor Eastern markets,'
702 to country dealers, 280 to farm
ers for graxing, and 10 Lead to An
napolis butchers total tales fof tfre
Week 2730 bead, against 2195 head
lust week, and 2843 bead Same time
fcBErr. Thero Las been- a? hrll
supply ol Sheep in the market dur
ing the wee!:, trot with a lair de
mand there tf BO material change
quotations eince lust week. Frio
tea to-day ranged as follows : Fair
good shces. at 4 cents, good to
extra Ca5i cento per lb gross. Slock
sheep 1 75a2 75 per head. Lambs
f-a4 per bead, as to quality.
iCeipts this week 919a head, a
gainst SOr? hist week, snd 5150
head- same time last year.
JJogs. Tho receipts d tiring the
week have been large, and with on
a moderate dcniakd, rates have
fallen off per cent per lb, and a?
the dose were still tending down
ward. Prices to-day ranged as fol
lows : At 810 25alO 75 per 100 lbs
net, with but tew sales al the out
side figure. Receipts this Week are
7780 head, r.guiuet 7032 lust week,
and 5332 head same time last season.
fetierirTa Sale ttst Attachment.
Levi House vs. Thomas C. Scott.
By virtrte of aa order to aell aad to as
directed from tbe Court of Common Fleas
Morgan county, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will oner for a!, at public
suction, at tbe door of the Court House ia
alcConnsUville, ia said county, on
Eondar, tic U$Hj sf Seeunber, IV 8 r
12 o'clock, M., the followisg deterlbed'
real satato, situate ia said coucty of Uor
ean, StatsofObio, to-wit: The following
deacribad loU of land lying in the Town of
block port, Saaborna Additun, Windsor
township, alorgaa county, and Stata of
Ohio: ' Lota naiuber forty .five (ii). forty
six(4V fiftv-two (it), and fiity-Mvea (57),
and tha undivided balf of filiy-ene, (Jl),
and afty-eigtt (48); appraised at tl.XM.0v.
Terms, cash. A. D. HAVENER,
J. T. Catw, Atfy. 8. 11 C..O.
Kovsmbar 11, IBTS iw.
1 8 TO,
WOTICC TO 1,AXPAYEKS OF 31 ORG AW COCSTa'.
in pursuance to the law. I, Samuel B. Tocom, Treasurer o( said Uorgarl
County, do hereby notify the Tai payers thereof, that the rates of Taxation
for the year 187(1, are correctly stated in the adjoiuing table, showing the
number of Mills levied on each dollar of taxable property in eaeh ot the town
ships and incorporated towns in said Morgan 1 ounty r
v 1 sn sm
e c S e S c s c c o s o c I g;
a a ff
a JJtSUtJT Si ocot ol wJST ! I : I 'saaodjnj r,
- - I - MOJMfXl'iex
T? t 1 . ai . .
Aacj. person cnargeo witn laxes ror u,e year l.0 on the tax duplicate of
r, ; " , "" . "F""" V-'f '.''e tun umount olKaid taxes, on or
e.t0,h of cer next, or half thertofon or before December 2.)th,
''"i cuw.iuiiis nun luereoi on or neiore the 2(.'th of June IXTl
j iwiiut; wi - per ccm. ia irnposeu vy law on all taxes asspitsed n P.r.n
al property, irnot paid at thoso datea AUo a penalty or 2 per cent on all
t .! nine Eueciaeu.
Tresstfrer-e Office, Nov. 4, lh70-4w. WS" 31 C" '
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SPRiCtC'S CO EC JI 51.
PA!N7$;0!LS, AND lYARNISHES !
. . GLASS, PITTT, ft,c.
Pure Wines and Liquors
FOR KIEDICAL ITSE.
Dye Woods and Dje StnfTs gen
Gteat care always nsed'in selecting
fi&iT Drugs. .We aim to keep nothing
r-loatia inferior. Frcscriptioiis put up
pjf-in a aate and caieful manoar. tti
-irwould be glad to have some of your
GET THE BEST !
- OK, 1 PLAIN TYPE, Tilt'
Tr 6'ae Package and be Con
Bltr Drng?lsf s Conn
Cincis'ATi, O., Oct. 8. 1870.
S. gpracu -. ilcCounelsvilli-. O: Send
ns five (mi of joor Cattle PowJer. (Ohio
Firoier'.) A. It.' MKIiSlAM & CJ.
The Ohio Firmer' Condition rowi??r
ihe best medicine fr fcorses I havener
ied, and I have tried manv oihers Teum-
er lor JicUuntxbville ta h Factury.
IVt-r t pVle buv Oliio Farmer'a Can-
iliou Powiltra. . . ;
They eared mt litarse WSen I and all mv
neigUoors tbong:n he would d r.
"Tour Powders (Obio FarmerM ihouM
more used among the faisaers than they
are. 1 kcow ibem to be a good thin lor
stoik." J. A. ADAIR.
They are a good thine foe stock. DR.
PA UK Kit.
Art for the OLio Fanner's CnrJWhn
Powder, and Use no siher. -
DRY GOODS, JbC.
DRY GOODS I
MADE TO ORDER,
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