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t -A . .H CONNELSYILLE :
ruin AY, . . . . . Jan. 13, IST1.
Stati or Tradi. Although we
are havinff eood roads, trade in
gacernl is dull, there being s gen
-eral ODtnplaint um mg oar bneines
W. A. Malhewt k Co., report to
ns that, on Monday next, they will
be retailing produce and groceries
it the following rates :
l Batter, per pound, 20 cU.J Vtliite
Bagat, from 6 to 6J pottnda for a ?
Rio Coffees, per poiind, 20 to 25ctt
Java Coffee, 30cts.; Black Tea, 11
Japan Tea, 51.20 ; best Young II y.
too, $1.60 ; Best Boasted Coffee, SO
eta.r Starch, 15ct.; DrieJ Curfanta,
25cU.; Soda, lOols., Crackers, lOcts
Beet Candle, aOcts.; BestBa:s:ns:
SQcta.; Floor, per sack, 81.75 ; Eggs.
per doxen, 20cU.; Cracked Eggs, 15
cts.; Best Syrup, per gallon, 11
Car hen Oil, 35 cents ; Best Nayy
Beans, per bushel, 53 ; Corn, C5ctt
Corn Ileal, 90ctv; Turnips, 50cts
Potatoes, fl.20 ; Buckwheat .Flour,
per pound, Gets.
Wheat is worth one dollar and
ten cents at the mills.
Barker & McDanial are paying
5cts. per pound for Fat flogs, live
. - -
for dressed : 1 Octs. for
country lard ; &vi are selling thei
own cure of bams, plain, at 14cts.
per-pound: sugar cured, 16cl6
shoulders, 12cts.; -clear sides, 15cts
D. & C. W. ilummoy are paying
from 3 to 4cta. for rood beef cat
Gold closed in New
day, at .110:
Bxad New Advertisements.
Kxfrxbsxtatiti Staxtox favors
- with State documents.
Bxkatos Tiiurman has our thanks
ior various favors in ihe way of im
portani documents. .
' Ix apple-raising, Morgan County
- ranks the sixth in the State, th
crop of ISO, being 279,326 bushels
t- Sceibxxb's JHomthlt, one of the
voiy best Magazines pnblishod, is
Protbaotid Meetings are being
bel'i in the .Presbyterian, Baptist
and Methodist Episcopal Churches,
of this place.
Thi Baptist Social, held at the
residence of David Hoi brook, on
Tuesday evening, was patronized to
the extent of a little upward of 820.
, harmed. un the alb mat., in
lieConnelevilis, By James M. Gay
lord, J.' P.. Mr. Daniel M. Jewett
: and Miss Polly Crow, both df Bloom
township, this county.
Thi 7EHTtRN Rural, BL N. F.
iXiawis, Publisher, Chicago, Illinois,
is just the kind or a paper every
farmer should have. Sond for a sam
----- Johx Pkick, ot Deerfiald town-
fchip, met with the loss of his house,
valued at about one thousand dol
lars, by fire, one day last week.
Samuel F. Williamson, son of
the late Sam'! Williamson, died this
. "morning at 3 o'clock, in itio 33rd
year of his age. The deceased was
one of lhe most worthy of McCou
nelsville's young men.
Thi Governor's Message
Commissioners Beport crowd
many items, advertisements,
A communication fiom Audrew
Arrick, in this piper, will be road
. with interest Mr. Arrick lias been
; one of our etannchest Granules.
Thi New York observer Tear
Hook is received. Subscribe for the
Observer and you will get a copy of
the 1 ear uoolc nee. Address, Sid
ney E Morse, Jr.. & Co., 37 Park
Kow, New York City.
f 9 '-sm
Col. E. 5." McIT06H,Jof Beverly,
elected by the voters of this District
member of the State Board of
.Equalisation, has resigned, and Gen.
Hayes has appointed Douglas Put
nam, of Harraar, to fill the vacancy.
At an election of officers for the
Presbyterian Church,1 on Wednes
day evening, J a rr.es C. Loughridge.
Addison A. Adair, and M. M. Huff
were elected Deacons and Trustees
Dr. John Alexander, ,Treasurer
Gm.'M. D. Liooit, ofZanesvilie,
well known to many of the soldier
boys ot th-.s County, has been nam
edjy President Grant to the TJ. 3,
senate as Commissioner erf Patents.
, As yet the Seriate has not confirm
ed his appointment, bnt will ub
doubtedly do so.
"WKjpublish, this week, the .Re
port ol our County Commissioners,
lor the year ending September 5th,
18 0. This Report is a little late in
being laid before the people of the
wittnty, bat it eonld not bo done
ntil the Committee, appointed by
tne iourt or Uummon Pleas to ex
amine it. bad done so. The Com
mittee- finished tbeir exaniinatfon
on last Toesdar. . -
Ok Jaesday, tbe old Board of Di
rector of the Pint National Bawk,
ef ilcCoriLcIsville, corapoeed of tbe
foilo-win named gentlemen, to-wit:
John killer, James A. McConnel,
Joshua Davis, .Richard Stanton,
John E. Thomas, E. tL Stanbarj,
and Arza Alderman, were re-elected
tor tbe ensuing year.- Arza Al
derman remain President ; iJich
ard Stanton, Cashier ; and John II.
Hurry, Assistant Cashief, j -
j ffuTtM ,. in the-har,d-
wriling of the Clerk ot this Mown
ship, posted here and there on the
lamppost about torn, will inform
those who happen to see thorn that
James 1L Gaylord's term ef office,
as Justice of the Peace of thiB Town
ship, is about to expire, and that an
election will be held at the Mayor's
Office, this Tillage, on Saturday,
the 23 lU of this month, at which
his successor will bo elected. This
is a highly important office, and it
is desirable that it should be filled
by one of our very besimea. At
this writing, we have beard of no
Joex turns, Esq., of Malta, rent
an Individual to jail, one day this
week, for ten days for purchasing
alcoholic liquor for a minor. Served
him right t
But While the above is all right
on the part of Justice Timms, we
would remark that it also would be
right for the man who sold the
whisky to suffer the penalty of the
law. Don't excuse any of these vi
olators. .- Ixtxrnal Kz venue collections, in
this, the Fifteenth District, for Do
ceraber last, footed up as follows:
Banks and Bankers,
Articles in Schedule A,
- 469 68
- 135 00
The Disciples of Christ.
Antioch, Dec. 5, 1870.
The Disciples of Christ met per-
scant to previous appointment,
hen Brother John Bingman was
Chairman pro tern, and Bro. J. V.
Conn, Secretary pro tern, when the
netting was opened by reading nd
prajer by the president.
On motion of Bro. J. F. Moody, a
Committee tras appointed to ar-
range business lor the meeting,
when Bros. J. F. Moody, H. Kirk-
i . j . lr t. . I
unuo, uia lu, iJiuKiuau ncic p !
pointed said Committee, which re
ported as follows : 1st Beport of
Evangelists. 2nd Sottloment with
Evangelists. 3rd Miscellaneous
business. The Evangelists made the
following report :
Brother J. F. Moody delivered
fifty-five discourses, ten exhorta
tions and ten days at home. Bro.
il. A. Harvey bf discourse!, 10 ex
hortations, and ten days at home,
resulting in nine Immersions, two
reclaimed within the bounds cf sab-
district Mo. 1, in District Ko; 14,
the said subdifitrict pledged $1,000
for support of Evangelists, and also
raised 532 51 as Missionary money.
The delegates prosent made tho fol
lowing report cf Sunday Schools:
Bagnes, average at. 36, con. 6 mo.
. . do
On motion of J. F. Mood v. WoK
Creek was agreed on at the place of
,u . n.,w ......
the next Quarterly Meeting, Jhe 1st
Lord's Day in March, 1871.'
JOHN BINGMAN, Prest.
J- V. Cons, Sec'y.
It was moved by the President
that a copy of these proceedings be
... ."" ,
.0cu WW vuuij pnppm ior
For the Conservative.
The San Domingo Swindle.
The San Domingo Swindle. LLOYDSVILLE, Jan. 7th, 1870.
Mr. Editor; I beg leave to call
vour attention, and that of your I iKf.
readers, to tbe enclosed articfe. S40u
cloned from the Wheelinir IntellL
gencer, a paper which stands high
in tbe republican ranks, and quotes IDS
from somebody at Washington
Washington, Jan. 5.
The Missouri member, who have
been ignored to a great extent at
the Department of late, were yes
terday informed by a Cabinet ofE-
CAr. on the tlftnr r,f fhA TT.-inaa i,.fr
ninniiA K. t;m . I
f us:T- . -i"1" S.
for bringing op the San Domingo
resolution, thai hereafter they
would be recognized as in fall stan
ding, and their wishes would be
becdod in all matters of appoint
ment. At the same time the hope
was expressed that they would
show their friendship for the ori
ministration by voting for the San
Sariner nothing about tha rrfrr. the
c n . ..
its of tbe San Domingo Annexation CefpU
ocnemo, l tvouiC simply inquire
whAthp cnh crT-rv.a virklafinn nf Kal lo3?.
spin oi our jnbuiuuons. eacn in-
tcrference with, and endeavors to
control a co-ordinato branch" ol
our Government, does out merit
the disapproval of. all right judg
ing sen 7
If thi? aCterriptod lr.'tcrfcreTfce
with lire action and furrctions of the
atioonl Legislature is known to, I Brook
or connived at by the President,
bow ranch does he lack of boirrg
liable to imoeachment? If not
known to him, should he not in
quire into the conduct of his subor
dinates? 1 pause for a reply!
Jferbaps 1 may get it in some of the
numerous Novembers that are yet
to come. Tours truly.
MORGAN COUNTY, OHIO,
SEPTEMBER 5th, A. D., 1870.
To the Court cf Common Pleat ef Said
We, the undersigned Commissioners
of Morgan County, Ohio, in accordance
with the Act, pasted May 7tH, 1869,
making it the duty of the County Com
missioners annually to make a detailed
Report in writing to the" Court of Com
mon Pleas, of the County, of their offi
cial transactions -during the year next
preceding the time of making said Be
port, present the following Statement
of our proceedings during the past year,
together with an Exhibit of the Re 1
ceipts and Expenditures of the public
money for the same period :
Abstract of Official Transactions.
September Session, Sept. 6th, 18G9.
The Report of the Viewers and ir'urvey
er of Barnesville and Ringgold Pike
Roads was read, and the further pro
ceeding in the matter suspended. The
Repot t of the Viewer ant Surveyor ou
the James A. McConnel alteration of
road was read the 1st, 2nd, and 3d days
of the Session, and the road establish
ed. The report of Viewers and Surv
ey or on the J. J. Palmer alteration of
road was read the 1st, 2d and 3d days
of the Session, and the road establish
ed J. 3. 1'almer agreeing to donate
J50. and Samuel Miller Sl'5, to grade
the road. The Viewers and Surveyor s
report on the J. il. Rogers alteration
of road was read the 1st, 2d and 3d
days of the Session, and road establish
ed damage awarded to A Hen Daniels,
?183, which was ordered paid out of
County fund?. The report of Viewers
and Surveyor on the Davis Oh pliant
road was read the 1st, 2d and .Id days
Clerk of Court was presented, examin
ed, approved, and placed on file for
safe keeping. The report of Viewers
and Survevor on the JS. V. Dike road
was read the 1st, 2d and 3d diiys of the
Session, and the road established da
mages awarded to S. J. Parker; 50, to
Milton Haines, $25 : one halt or which
is ordered to be paid by the petitioners
and the other half by the County.
as read the 1st, 2.1 and 3d days .
session, find rad esl-ibhshed
mual report of the fcheriff and
Commissioners concluded the Annu
al and final Settlement with Stephen
R. Hill. Esq.. County treasurer, lo-
tl balance in Treasury, S16,S3S SO,
for which amount S. b. Yocom, Treas-
np alftpt-fftvA rAMtint fnr Ann tnnlr
charee of the office. Viewers and ur-
fveyor appointed on the George Fogle
road and the L X. Hook road. Order-
ed that $3 be refunded to John Timms,
Esq., to replace money collected by
him as a fine and stolen out of his of
fice. Ordered that a Resolution of
thanks be tendered S. R. Hill, r'sq.,
late Treasurer, for the safe keeping
and disbursement of the public money
by him, while Treasurer of the County.
Edward Lochary, balance on McCoy &
Birdsell bridges f 208 9U.
William Barkuurst, for culvert on
Chestnut Ridge, ?(J7 25.
Eugene Pierrot, for labor on Birdsell
iiridge. $27 82.
Lewis Barter, Stove-pipe for Probate
Office, 83 00.
Isaao N. Hook, for labor on Bridges in
vt incisor toirn.uip, 04u 21.
Leroy Craig, Stone Abutments, Mc-
Connel Run Bridge, 9ZH oO.
B. G. Con vers presented a petit:on
for two stone culverts in Bloom town
ship, which was laid over for the pres
II. Power, balance on Bridges in
bloom township, SlU'Ja 00.
Isaiah Kennison, for Bridge over Kiel
ly s Kun, ?4.i ou.
Thomas Hut-chins, Paving at the Court
llou'e, W9 13.
The Delinquent Tax List was exnm
the Treasurer instructed to
Use due diligence in collecting same.
Appropriations of the Bridge
Ordered that two hundred dollars be
paid J. J. Palmer, including his dona
tion ot 50, for Culvert and t ill, near
H illiams fc Harris saw mill. Also the
sum of one hundred dollars for Culv
erts on River road, to be expended by
Kli Frew. Also the sum of five bun-
dred dollars for Bridge and Fill for
Bridce over Clements run
Volunteer Relief Fund.
Ordered that S50 be appropriated for I
Also 40 to Wind-
Ordered that James B. ileurew, Lo. I as
Anditnr, be allowed 8200 Trader Sec-1 as
4 1 of School Law, for services ren-1
dered for School -year ending Sept. 1st, on
And also, that be be allowed Ire-appraisement
additional compensation under
ttc,,0, 'J'.1"'' ""'"nS
camrwnutinn of t:n Aimimra. Tnr aflr-
icca aa Co Auditor for the year end-
September o, lbba
ly SUtement, 15 00
E. HilL Expense of Treaaurer. Of-
21. Kobcrts, for Sundry Fees and
Costs, 5 1 4 45.
Alderman, for Sundry Fees and
Costs, $11 00.
C. Jlnrduck, Sundry Zzpense ofjail
and office, SI I 95.
Herald Office, for publishing Quarter
fice, S3 96.
adair Bros.. Envelopes, Inkstand, Ink
for Auditor's office, 89 05.
Adair Bro., Wall Paper for Probate
office, SS 52.
George S. Corp, services Co. Com. the
past quarter, f 28 80
Francis t'ettit, do do 20 20.
.Tio)iiib Tt.wi. r 7 nfl
jsmes b. UcGrew, do Co. Aud., 300 45.
Ordered that th Auditor make out
Annual Keport of Commissioners,
together with an Exhibit of the Re-
and Kxptnditurea of the Public
Money for the year ending Sept. 6ih,
December Session. Dec. 6th. 18G0. -
ommissioner mad tbe Quarterly set-
of the Viewers ancLSurveyor
tn ueorge rogfe" read, and also on
Isaac X. Hook road, was read th
2d and 3d days of the cession, arid
roads established. The Viewers
Surveyor were appointed on the
f I Hr.vy.nwnn will .
road, the Johti E. Thome
anc th Airs. H. Murray road.
Bond of Sheriff.
D. Haven-net"; Esq., Sheriff elect,
presented hi official Bond, condi ston
ed in th pens! sum of $20,000, which
wa approved with tire sureties
Bond of Probate Judge.
C. Pinkerton, Esq., Probate Judge
presented his official Bond, con
in- th penal cum' of 55,000. 1
uona w approrea witn- the
Eugine Pierrot, for building Cheadle
Bridge, 75 57.
John B. Frasher, repair of culverts at
Plummers", $9 75.
John B. Frasher, repair of slip in the
Richardson road, $8 25.
Joseph A. Kelly, publishing times of
holding Courts, $20 25.
Leroy Craig, balance cm Abutment at
Scott' Run Bridge, $13 j 00.
Annual Report of Infirmary
The Annual Report of the Directors
of the Morgan County Infirmary was
presented, examined, approved, and
ordered to be published. Commission
ers examined the County Jail and
found the same in reasonable condi
tion. Ordered that the Auditor pro
cure, 6U the meat reasonable terms, ca
ses suitable for the books in the Pro
I IT Hook, for work and material for
bridges in Windsor tp., 5208 11.
Trustees Morgan Township for bridge
on Barnesville road, 1C6 00. i
Arza Alderman, sundry fee in State
Roberts', sundry fees in State ca-1
ses, 140 bo. ,
Joseph A Kelly, publishing Sheriffs
Proclamation of election 16 00: 1
J J Palmer, part on contract for Fill
at saw mill, 125 00. j
Herald Office, sundrr bills for Print-
ine. 107 00.
same. Proclamation and Posters
for election, 15 00.
same Publishing times of hol
ding Courts, 22 50.
J C Mmduck, sundry expenses of ot-
nee and j ail, 23 bl.
Assignee of S C Brew6ter. sundries for
Shenns office, a 05.
Herald Office, Blanks for the Probate
Judge s office, 4o 00. -Adair
Bros.' pencils and ink for Audi
tor's office, I 45.
same, pens and 2 rules, 3 85.
same, Envelopes ic Cap paper
lor Clem s o.nce, uj.
w Xicegwanger, do do
jM B MoUrew, do Co Aud.,
0rdei.ed that 850 of Vo1ue
same, iegal '.ap lor the bber-
lfi, 0 OO.
George S Corp, servicec Co. Com. the
past quarter, . S13 10
Joshua Davi6, do do do 39 00
Francis Pettit, do do do 12 00
do 12 9t
lief Funds be appropriated to Morgan
township, S2i to Meigsville, and lUUto
Tuesday, January 4ih, 1670. Com
Ordered that II L Jones, Esq., be al
lowed tut sum of JH2 08 for services
as Prosecuting Attorney, oae-third of
which to be paid at the close of each
Term of Common Pleas Court. And,
also, the sum of 59 82 be allowed Lim
far his per centage on the collection of
C5'J8 -a ot tines and coats. Ordered
that the building of bridges in Marion
township be postponed until the beis
ion in March. Ordered that Joshua
T Crew, Esq., be permitted to occupy
the Surveyor's office in the Court
House, jointly with the Survevor. for
one year from the loth of April, 1870,
for the um of 524 rent, with privilege
of coal for fuel. The Annua' Report
01 rrosecutmg Attorney waa present
ed, read, approved, and placed on file.
March Session, March 7th, 1870.
Commissioners made the Quarterly set
tlement with the Countv treasurer.
I'otal bal. in Treasurv, $17,3&2 40.
The report of Viewers and Surveyor on
the William Brooks road was read the
1st 2d and 3d days of the Session, and
part Of road established on condition
that the petitioners pay the damages
awarded as tollows :
To Martin Gillespio, 5100 00
To Martin Risen, 100 00
To Levi Massey, 15 00
Ihe report of the A lewers and Purv
eyor on the John E Thomas road was
read the 1st, 2d and 3d days of the Ses
sion, and the road established dama
ges awarded as follows : '
To Robert Milhous, 5200 00
lo Naylor Ilarmer, 50 00
Which damages was ordered to be paid
out of the County Funds. The report
of the Viewers and Survevor on the
Mrs H Murray road and the William P
Thompson road was read the lt 2d
and 3d days of the Session, and said
roads established. Viewers and Surv
eyor appointed on the James Finney
road, the David Moody road, and the
following levy ba made
bridge purposes, to-wit
R llambleton road. Ordered that the
for road and
three-fourths of a mill on each dollar's
valuation For Bridge, one-fourth of a
mill on each dollar's valuation. Ord
ered that the question of building
Pike Roads be submitted to a vote of
the people at the election held April
4tu, lbiV. Ordered that notice for
PP given ior ounaing
bridge over Meiga Creek, on land of I
Sundav Creek, near Ward's old mill -
Ordered that the County Auditor be
allowed S200 00 under Section 41 of I
School Law, and also the sum af 3500 00
additional comnensation for service
County Auditor for the year endinc
Sept. 5th, 1870, and also 20 ter cent.
his present salary for Clerk hire in
of Real Estate ; one-
half of each of the above allowances to
paia now, ana ine otner nan at tne
September Session, next. Commiss
ioners examinea iouniy jan ana frave l
snerin instructions to nave same I
done to the piRsterihg and floor:
Ordered that Arthur Fond make surv
ey of the Site for a new bridge fit HrD
kins' Ford, and make out a flan and
specification of same. Impairs of the
bridge near Coburn a, in Wifidsor tp. ;
bridge near Pierpoint's, in Marion tp.;
the bridge near the AVm Corner
farm, in Union tp., was ordered.
Eirkbride, shovel and inkstand
for Recorder' office, 90 cts.
Corner and 7. Wiseman, fees, State
vs. Killiean. 55 15.
James Moore, repair of slip in,Biver
xtoau, to uu. r
Jntic'e and Constable fees, State vs.
Miller Palifior, , $10 73
same, 1 anaway & Eoland, 12 55
same, Stant, 7 75
samp, Humphrey et. al, 7 10
Herald Office, publishing annual re-
SortofCom., Aud, and Infirmary
'irectors, ' 870 Ol)
same, apportionment Land Ap., 6 30
print's Bl'k Bonds for Aud. 2 50
George S Corp, service Co. Com. the
past quarter, 27 20
Kiceswanger, dr do do 13 80
Joshua Davis. do do do 12 00
McGrew, do Aud. 300 45
Ordered thatw WMcCartv. Esa.. be
emplcryerr to make a correct Index of
Deed Itecord from letter A to enu
Z, at the rate of four cents per title.
ApHl 8, 1870. Abstract of voles for
against building tne Pike Roads
for buildicrf Tike Road. 866 :
against do do do 2382 ;
contract for wo6d work of bridge
ounaay Ureek was awarded to V
Scott, at 88 50 ner foot. !
work to John Uonahuc, t3 50
wood work of Meics creek bridua
was awaraea to u iu Urubb, at b uu
Stonawork to J V Uattan, at 3 75pr
of A D Havener. expr.ie of f?her
iflTi office. llowcd. 16 fcS.
Board of Equalization.
: May lfilh, 1870. Board met and ad
journed to May 24th, 1870. Board met
and equalised the personal property.
May 27th, 1870. Board met and a
greed upon the plan and specifications
of the bridge at Hopkins' Ford, in Ma
rion tp., and ordered that notice be
given to receive propotaLi for building
TunvCth, 1870. Commissioners made
the Quarterly Settlement with 8. B.
Yocum, Esq., County Treasurer. Total
balance, (10,991 ST.
The report of the Viewers and Surv
eyor on the John R Ham.bleton road
was read the lit, 2d and 3d days of the
Session, and the road established Ia
mages awarded to M Atkinson, for
$116 50, which Wat Ordered paid. The
report of Viewers and Surveyor on the
Day id Moody road was read the lt, 2d
and 3d days of the Session, and part of
the roatl established damages en part
established, 525 to G Daugherty, which
Viewers and Surveyor oh the James
finney roaa was rean ; me report oe-
"W? unfavorable to the establishment of
said road, the case waS dismissed at the
coat of petitioners. Bill of Eli Lukeus
for repair of Wolf Creek bridge, was
allowed, amount, J 83 60. Ihe View
ers and Surveyor was appointed on the
S G Jordon read, the John Pierpoint
road, the JC L Adams road, the James
M Biiihop road, and the James Strong
Levies for the Year 1870.
For Countv parpoMa, 1 4-10th mills.
For Poor purposes, 1 2-10th mills.
Also, a special Levy in Deerfiel J tp ,
for building a School Rouse in Sub-district
No. 4, of 1 R-lOth mills. Also, a
special Levy of $75 to pay indebted
ness of Pub-district, Ko. 4, Bristol tp.
Commissioners, as required, examined
the County Jail, and found the sauie in
reasonable repair and condition. Tho
matter relating to the. Stockport Pilce
Road was laid over. Ordered that the
Auditor procure five copies of Warrens
Criminal I.aws for the use of Probate
and Clerk's offices, and the' Mayor of
McCohnelsville, Malta, and Stockport
R.L Morris, for sundry articles for offi
ees in Court House (3 86.
William Wilson, for white washing
. Jail, 6 50.
same, for white washing Treas. Shffs.
Ree. and Clerk's offices, 4 00.
Thomas Hutchins, repair of cellar door
of Sheriffs house, 3 25.
Adair Bros., paper, pencils, drawing
pins, Ac. 7 63.
Cyrus M Roberts, for sundry fees and
costs, SS 45.
J M Gaylord, Justice fees, State vs
Humphrey, et. al., 9 45.
D II Sheets, Constable fee, State ts
Humphrey, et. al., 10.
J U n .vanB, justice tees, mate v
Hollet, 4 70.
Harvey Davis. Constable fees, State vs
Hollett, 3 00
John Alexander, sundry paints, oils,
Arc, for lourt House, 10 X0.
Herald Office, advertising and blanks
forfcehool Examiners. 47 :U.
same, treasurer s lax ltecespts and
sun thy printing, too w.
George S Corp, service Co. Com. the
past quarter, f 27 2a
Joshua Davis, do de 24 00
Win Niceswanger.de do 31 50
James B McGrew, plan and specifica'
tion of bride, l'J5 00.
'tme, service County Auditor the past
quarter, 3U0 40.
July 12, 187P. The Board met and
awarded the contract for the wood
work of the bridge over Wolf Creek,
at Hopkins' Ford, to the Sash A Door
factory, at 5i) 75 per foot, or Sao ,0
for the 85 feet. They also awarded the
contract for the stone work of tame to
the same, at f 3 85 per perch cf 25 cu
bic feet, including the excavations and
timber for bottom.
All of which is respectfully submit
GEORGE J. HEXDEBSOX,
Commissioners M. C. O.
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
HORUAt COVXTY, 00(0,
Sept. 6, IS69, to cpt. C, ISTO:
From What Source Heceived.
Amount balai.ee on hand, Kept.
Amouut collections on Pupli-
- cate 01 ieo3,
Amount Siaie School Funds
, from Stat",
Amount section 16 Funds from
Amount fectinn 29 lliniiteriul
Funds from Stale
Amount section 10 irom as:i
Amount section 16 frofo FatT
Amoani section 16 from Ma'
Amount section 16 from parch
asers, I principal i.
Amount section 16 from purch
asers, l interest l;
Amount Teachers Fundi from
Amount siw and pedd'ir'a Li
ceuae collected, - .-
Amount Goes paid in If Jus
tice of tbe Pt ioe,
Amount Jury Fees by Sherill.
Amount auction duties by N.
AmouLt Jumes 17. il.G.ew
lor OU sold. .
Amouut J. C. Mnrduck, fjf
Amount C. M; Robert', ua-
Amount Henry Swab, read da-
Amount F. V. Vood. fioe of
A rroant Fleming Crew, Poor
Am'cf Jamei finney, lalfer-
pesse of road view,
Total Receipt', 142 : 07
Amoaot paid Stat at i'eb'ry
6111618601, 10717, 5iJ0.-G37
paid rftale il Auguit
Amount paid of feftiorf Ifi
Amouut paid df show License,
Amount pafd of Peddlef' Li.
Amouut paid of auction duties.
Amoaot of Order redeemed
Amount of Urders
Amount ol Order
Amount of Orders
Amount ol TreatiueM
- . fc I
10 347 28
oollectioo on Duplicate, 1,462 34
Amoaot of Trtasarer' fert on
collection not oa Duplicate. 79 12
Amount of Taxesrefuoded, 132 24
A moor, t of cert, of advertising
Delinquent List, 34 29
Amount of Supervisor's cost re
deemed, 9.845 33
. Tolal Disburaemcnfs, SI 25,231 71
Condition of Treas'ry
Amount 0! County Funis in
BiiJge Funds in
Poor Funds in
Fundi in Treasury,
Amount ol Miacellansotis Tp.
Fuml in Trensnrv,
Amnnnt of Section 13 Fundi in
Amount o( Teacbei's TanJi in
Total Balance, $16 040 36
- JAMES B. M G REW, A.M. C.
On the Mth of October las!; the
above .Report was made to the Court
of Commonjleas for this County,
and, lliorctptn, His Honor, Judge
Wood, appointed, in accordance
with tho requirement of law, a
committee to examine snid It port.
The comtnitte .consisted of the
fo!lovr:nj; named persons, to-it.:
John E.'tJanna, J. C. Stono and H.
L. Jonea. sud, on the 10th of Janu
ary, 1871. lapt Tuesday, they repor
ted im follow3 :
To the Jon. P. IV. IVood, Juaie
of the Court of CcmmoH Plens for
Morgnn County, Ohio . Wo, the im
derMgticd persons", havir beer.
pointed, at the (Jutobur lcr:a ot
fatd Court ofComrrion Picas, to ex
amiro and mvotirrate tl.o Annua!
Ei' port of tho Com mission cis of
said 51-jrgnn Count-, for tho year
jndin September 5th, A. IV. 1870,
repoit nd gay that wo havo made
a lull examination ot said rterort
tnd the books of the Auditor's Of
fice in reference to the proceedings
ot fi&id Commissioners, and find the
Kepoft correct and the proceedings
of the said Commissioners' in ac
cordance with law. except in re
gard to the refunding of a fin bf
S3 00, at the September Soss
ion, 18C9, to John Timms, J. F.f said
to havo been etolen from his office,
In our opinion, it Hhou'.d not have
been refunded. 13 y making such
allowances, caroloesnoSS will bo en
couraged in the custodians of tbe
public monev. and ve iudijo the
Legislature lias taken this view, as
it has not passed any general law
authorizing such allowance".
We bor leave to suggest that
ouite a saving to the County could
be made in tho mutter of stationery,
by tho purchases for all the County
Offices being tnado by one person,
and would s'jggcst that eorao one of
the County Officers qo appointed to
do so. And we would suggest, fur
ther, that tho public printing be
done by contract, made before ser
ViC. suono. All of whica is respect
JOI1N E. Tf ANNA,
J. O. STONE, -HIKAllL
V.O'OKS st Adiii's Book Store aifords s fine
uDDortunitv lor our people to make selec
tiuus ol bandeome, valuable, and dwinble
liokf. In faot. a finer stock never was 'on
jale' iu this place than i now oil'ered. Go
and see for yourselves.
Twia riarlf. Plaint,
t, r ") Bef o r e
Hnt. Ji. P., of
rter T. Dacfuru, Iefemlant
llomor townihip, Morgan county, Ohio.
ln IDs Bin day ot December, A -i., ibi ii,
jai'U untie issued an Order of Attachment,
lu the above action, for two hundred and
thirty -one dollars and sixty-one cents, and
probable cost.' of twenty-fire do.iara.
A. Dillc. Attoruev.
January 13th, 3r.
rrort nf tbe Condition of the FIEST fll
T!0m BAM of BleCuuneLsrille, at
KConnfltTiilf, in the Slalr of 0io, nt
CIdsc ai Business, Dixeniifr 1 1;0.
Loan and Disoounts, $11J,?I5 17
Overdrafts, H9 30
P. 8. P. rurla to serura Circulation, lOO.nno 00
IT. S. Boa Js k Securities ouhanrl, 500 DO
Oa from Kedeaming aud Re- .
serve Agents, f 01
Due from othr National Baults, . 2, 407 27
Furniture ar-d Fixtures, SH0 00
Current Expenses, M7 ?i0
Cash It -its (including stamps), 1,719 31
Bills of other .National Buuks, 7,i)lS VI)
Fractional Currency, (including
Kickels), 10 43
Specie, vii: Coin, 5 00
Lefi&l Tender Kole, IS,3u0 bO
Capital Stock paid iu,
"tai..ni't Bi.uk Circulation ont-
Due to KrttoasI Bauks,
Excite Tax oa Income,
f ina.onS oo
7.1 f I
Tttnl, fc:i,r-2i ?
State of Oaid, Morgnn County, u;
I, Aria AIdrmu. i' resident of the First
National Bu6 of McConnelsvilie, do sol
emnly (wear that the abevs statement is
true, to the best of mv knowledge and be
lift. AEZA ALDR&IAX. President.
Suiwcriheii and sworn to before ma ti.ii
day ol January, 1871 .
-AS. A. ADAIH, lofarV Public
JOMHUA DATT9, 1
E. M. STASBBRT, V Xireetert.
J. E. THOMAS. J
January 13, 1871 It.
SItcria's Sale on Mortgage.
John Iloyt vn, Bsi! L. Medley, IJetthew
fMccall, et. al.
jt vtrtoe 01 an oraer to sen, and to me
directed, from the Cofrt of t onitnoa I'lea
vi 5-111 .-iuu.r , v:;iu. IU .lie BCDTC fn-
titled action, I will offer for e ale at iub.'ic
minimi, m.i me aoor oi t.'ie voun jious in
JlcCouuoUviile in said'eouuty of Morgan,
Mon-Juj-, tre I3lh day o(
Feba.try, A D , .
one o'oloci, r. M.,of a:.l d"cy, the
toiiowicg r0i e.iotc situate in said countv
Morgjn and State ef Ohio, to .wit: , "
Being a partof l"rscL:ci:al escliin BtirAber
(3) Township nurnUer nine l) Range
urn ber twelve f 12) and bounded at fallows:
lleginniDjt at the Southwest corner of said
fractional section, thence running with the
boundary line thereof' Eait lfl.fR
to tbe corner of John Henry's lot,
thence ronninirwiih laid llvnry'e lice 17. T4C
67 W Pol"" to a ttone. thence 40
to the Kelt boundary line cf raid
fractional section, tbenee running Nona
poles to a stone and corner of the Jo
iah Wsrd lot, thence running w:;h said
Ward'a line tnd tine of William Saltkeid's
lHrt.ti poles to a stone on tbe West
boundarv line of said Section, thence run
ning with said Weet line iS.ii poles lo tbe
of beginning, containing 9S ;-lti?
be the tame more it less. Appraised
U00. Term ctth.
A. D. UAVKXE8, SVffof U. C. 0.
J.ihn t. JlHuna, A'"-,
.:;h. 1TI St.'
II OO FL Ait IKS COLl'MX.
As minklnd, from inrlincfrtion or ether tin), k
ttn doomed to eaffc-r tmm aiaMe, to lo Ba4 re a,
dr lordiwnn buJti proTiJrd. Our hill end Tullnf
aboaiul wilta rouw aail tcrC, which II ecicutflailir
prepared and crmoau1!, win rre hcwtili mr.d
Tt(tur to the Inralid. To 8ud in'ji lumedy w Ci.aid
esa oa that ba sicod tbe nl ot aro.
Sore Zzre f LItsj Ccfip'.aint,
Surs Curs fer ryeK'.a,
Sura Curs S.r Taiili'v,
Sais Ci:re 5r JaMiica,
Sara Cre fcr lrxnnas, ' .
Anil a'l afflttions aruioir from weaknea or waet
action 1:1 tbe Liver or illative Or:,-aiia. Tbs jjreat
And ail ducatc ariini from it. T je ijrcat preranU
FEVER AND AGUE.
Tt is an i:n;iliil!ty for ary vst to haT Faer aad
Aa'ia, if thoy wil! aae a few boulcs of tala ramad;
eacb aprtiiic aud fall.
$100 $100 $100
W!U b g'rta tot any rate of thla dlaeaa that ocettrf
to any one Loat aae the Jiuten ot Tome aa pre
Touc. , .
Those who har the FeT-r and Atf H 8nd. after
the chilis Lave stopped, thai by oainjt a feiv hvttlca of
th Bitter or Tonic, that the diaeaae will ooi rs:urn.
Theae remedies will ivbuild Uieir C' jr.ititutwa faater
than any other known remedy. ,
TUe remedira were placed ofon) tho pnhlic thirty
year ai. with all the prejudice of eo-ciued -'uut
medieiue'' opuratiug again.-.: tiicio. hut trraiiually liteir
Tirtuea became known, and now, tc-day. they aland at
the head of all preparaiioue of tiiir ckua, with the
li. lnncnient of eaunaut judgea, lawjoia, clerygynca
Read the followinjr ymptoms, and if ya Sua that
oar ayaiein ia an'ccleu by any of Iheax. yea aiay real
atred that dlmie ha comn-enced Ita attack on toe
Wat importaotorgaoaof yonr botly. and anleaa aooa
ehecked or the nae of powqrlul rem-Miea. a miserable
ttfe, aooa terminating la death, will be :ne raaalL
ward Pilea. Fulneaa
of Blood to the Reed, Aci
dity ol the Stomach, Nanaea, -Ttearlhorn,
Ditfgnat for Fooit, Fut
ceaa ur Weight in the Stomach. Sunr
. Km-ratima, Sinking or 'lntterin at the
Pit of the Stomach. S .viouaii.i; of th: iirvl.
Harried or U:thcull Breathing. Flattering at the .
Heart, Chokimr or SnOocating aer.-aiioiia wnen hi
a Irinv poatnre. Dinine-a of Vitn, Dota or .
Weiw bei'ora the Si'.r. Dull Pain in tins head.
Deficiency of Per-piratiuti, Yeilowncsa of
the Skin and Ey-. Taia In the Side,
Back, Cht. Limtx, etc. Saddau -
Uiahea or ileut, Uuni.r.if la
, the Flesh, Constant Im-
. aginin? of Svil, sad
UtaAt Deprea- .
bpirita. ' .
AAlaJiealadiMateof the Liver orDif Mil rt Orraaj,
eomoiiud with Impure biood.
Ta entirely eeetahle. and eontalna no liqnor.
3 t rt-m.
compotmd of Flpid Extracts, i he Koma, tferbe ard
Bark from which Ueae t;xlracta are mode, are gath
ered in Germany; all tbe R'fdicinal virtue are ex
tracted frotu thunt by a acienttSc chomi.t. Tlieaa ex
tract are then forwarded to (hi country tobeaa4
exprely for the mannfactnre of thia Bliiere. 'Foem
la no aicohoherahaianoa.of any kin4 need In com
ponndiiiff the Bitters; bence it ia free fmm aj the ob
jectioca incident to the nae of a liqaor creparstion.
la a combination of an the !n!edten of the Bitter
with the pirreot qnaliiy of Santa Cm K: bj. Oracjjaa.
Ac It ia used for the rami dieaaea aa lae 3itt-r, In
caaee where tome pare alcoholic atimuHa ia required.
I.ike the following waj Dover tcU.o
4l auv medlciiuu preparutlou :
HON. 6. W. WOODWARD,' '
Chief J t.ticeof the Supremt Court f Pnurlr3nU
Ktiid-zu. Jft. litb. iser. .
I for! "Foof!an4'( Gerrau Bitten ' ) irnoii Toafe,
uefil iu uueaM of cue di Juv oriuu, and of
treat benefit In eases of tstlity and vrar.t of 'servant
aUuu ia tiu jtum. Tuur uiilv,
t.EO. f . ircqpWABD. ,
nox. j is es tuon rsox, .
Juvrireot th9npmneConrtof PemiPvlviinia. 11
- riiilaUcitj' i a, April iid, K-5.
? fvHer'noorT3nd"s tn'nii in Bitters' a ralahhW
mdxui in eac of uucki of ludii.'ratioii or Iyi; jp
t. I cw certify Uii. ri-url my tintjitsof it. .
Tuun. witn resacct.
- JAK8S THOSPSOS.
riOX. SiHARSTVOOD, '.
Jaat'.ceof the SuproaiConrt of Pennvlvnla.
Ptilwlrfv.titi. Jutu Wt. lira;
I liav fuwid by exneriauce tint "Uouatad i bur.
tavt Bitters' Isavervirood toaic, relit vh dvupept'.
HOJ. WM. F. ROtiEKS,
Major of the City of BaSite.N.T. -
I have need "lliui!Aml'a Geriii Bitte auJ 'i'rjtiie'
ts wj famlljr during the iat year, aud cau recoia
Bend Ihem aa excelleat tonic, imiartin; tone and
xitot t tn yt!m. Their tue iiM btm yroductire
WJf. F. ROQEE3.
TlOOfland's Garmin Remedies art counterfeited.
a tbat tbe iU;u.lurt uf C. H. JACKSON ia on trie
wrapper 01 escA bolt .0. a 11 otuare 111 OMiUerair.
TMnciptl office and meii'iei7r. if t?e Q-rncta
li-tliciMo alora, hj. Oat AJiLli eXi'KT, I'j.l.l
CHAS. II. EVAITS, ProVr;
Formerly C Jf. JACK-VOX CO,
noofianfl'B Gmj liftteri per IxHba v6l0
lioo.lind VLr;ri i.;iri, tw.it ajceu S.oo
ii0olticd (rin4a Tonic, put ftp ia qt. bottle l.&a
ser boitie, or a tuni Uu-u W .... .. 7.3t
Do not fonH to eismiir wJ tb trtide joa baj
For Kale by all DrtijrjUU,
t:ii Dealers ia Xai'.ciat cverrwlMre. ,
t .-. - .... ., r -
SILTE R TV A T C II E S .
AT XI ALT PRICE.
fjrmuine 18 Carat Gold Ilaoh'nir cassd
Watches tietti' and Lad UV Sizes, J regu
latii! and warrauUd for lime and wear, at
half the usual price, pd?T rch-
Tlie Kxtra Fins Q'lulity. 18 C rstfId,
Ei'Z'KC Turned, ll iQUng t'aed, Fuli Jvw-
clrtj Lever MovemeU, tierfectly aijuaied
10 a!I clioia'rfc, trgu'atfd, aod each warran
ted tr special Cerii9caie. at only $39
' TIse Same, of Tinr and hisrhrr grade,
with Chronometer Hulaoee, at ecb.
Tlte Pamj al Lat, with fine Nickel
Wi:rk, anil S'i nvwiuJine and Settirg At
tachmrnt, re rj iirin? 00 krj, wouulaLdsvt
bj Ihtr st ni, oiJj Ji-f O earh.
All the above Watches are pel at huif
pricr, aud each rtau:e J tur tijii aoJ
Pure Siive-, Hin'in
Ladies', at ociy tl't
Cased Ueots' and
Bant. Cj.iaaty Co'n SHrer, Dnntinif;
Caed, Fill Jswtlrd Lever, at oa'y $14
Extra Fine Qmii'T, Pa'fcl Lerers
Cbronetneter Movemeola, Rubj Jeflrsltd, at
only 9'iO each.
Our Watches are all warranter!,
if not "erfect Wilt be ' tr ken bads aal the
in cey returned.
)&.We rfquire 00 money ia ativare,
bnt tend ell goot by Eaprof?, payable oa
delivery wi'h prvilrife to open and eratn
: licfre paid for, by paying Sxpres
chari, ar.u ii not satisfactory, relumed.
Placta where no Espres rtiD, (foods will
he aunt by mail, in rcg'tsuied jKickagp, by
sn rnj In advance. .
ta.l'eisut'8 orJerinf Six WaUbesat a
lira , wiil receive ao ej.tr Watch of same
value fire. .
Also, Gold Chain Giutt, at S3, 53 t-
$2 ; LedieV al $10, $13 to f 15 each
The riiieit UMd Plated and Oroide 'iold
Ctnir.3 at f-2, 1, f 3 10 S"? ea:h.
Sta'e description and price of Watch re
auited, and o iler by rr.a:'. direct from
THE UNION" WATCUCO.,
143 Fu'ton Strett, Xew Yuri.
Jan. 6, 1871 3me:
S T ORE 1
E. S. "Woodward
- Y. A. MATKIrVra CO,
Buo ke y e 13 1 o c 1s.l
Kj tho "bosl "of tTerything tba"mrket
affords in the Grocery ar.d rrovmioajLia I
They knew just vrLat will tickle tbe palates
of the people.
", BEEF! ; ;
And all kinds of rcettj sold so cbap that
always gives their cUitoruers 500 d appe
tites to enk. It makes ho eery people hap,
py, healthy and robnst : drives sickness
from the household ; sp-.ns the trade of the
Doctors arid makes every cook prmd of her
table. Hutbaadi. who have cross wives.
will always Bad a few eutt of - -
.tkok run uorssA.
p c e ii y
11 r c
trunljle. Its savory prefenoe o tire ta
always piU every hoiy- in a good hum
or, arrd at th B'leke've Biock ia tho phice
rei it A'n anvb.xl v. in the exnrr.si.-.n
ofwh-ise-cA intenaace j u sea p3 BEEr'
STEAK,.p and they cm teil you the
place. They also keep all iiuus 6: the ve
the lowest pric 1 They buy, too ; ard.
shatis more remarkable, tbey otrr aud sell
every th t us,;fr3iu a . ..' . ? .
CracUea Ess td a I'at'iS:er 1 !
Give thent a cai!. One Poor F.at Df ii
Shepord's wholesale Grocery, tenter t.,
Dec. i3, 1S79 iao.
KOTT LOST, HOW HESTOF.ES?.
Ju.t cT'lisiied, a new edition
l' Dr. Culverttell'i Celebrated
Eiiij on the Kadical Cure
(without med:cine)of Spermatorrheea or Se
minal neakceaa, involuntary beminal ixs-
Impotency, Mental and Physical Iara-
Pacity, Inipeiimeiit3 to Jlamaite, etc.; alo.
ton4t;;nption, Epilepsr, snd Fit.', induced
s"!f-iudulfec oreexual extravaence.
PSJFrice, ia a scale envoi. ipc, only six
ents, . . .
Ihe ceULratew author, ia tVs r.dxirable
clcar.y demouatrates, tro-a a tatrty
aucoaiul practice- Uu.'. Ahe ulsirm
nsjreonsctieneee of setf-abtneniay be rsii
fctlly cari'd wichout the tlunsorom nf? f
internal medioin or the application of the
: poiutice out a indo of cure at once
limple, certain, and tffoctnal, by means of
every euSerer, no m ater what his
eendition miy be, msy enre hini.olf cheap
privately, and radicular.. -:
S&r Thia Xcluro should be ir thehands
evory yjutii aad every Kts in the land.
I uu tor aeul. ia a p.. a envelope, to
ad bres p istpaid, ua rvesitt of cents
Aio, Dr. 'ulverwS'' Marriage Guide
25 crats. -"'-. ' . '
Adirejthe FOMhara, "'
. t han. J. f Eillne & Co ,
Bowery, New Yoik, P. O. Box45S5.
Auwlue t:vorev lecally obtained in
Indiana Illiaois, and ether State,
persons from asv State or Couuty, lfrl
everywhere; de. rtion, drunkcnnee, non
upport, etc., tnaiwWD canse ; no pablii-
H eharze unut d.veroo n obtained
free. Adlre.j. '
ConnseMor at Law,
HO BrdiT, yew Jra Citv.
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