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J-BtDAY MORNING, - - - - OOT, 6
Vim. CLENNi:ii::i: Editor.
Democratic State Ticket,
ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBKR 9
. ho iKcnrrART or ktatb,
(JRN. BENJAMIN LrFEVER,
01 Bbelby County.
TOE lUFRKKK JUDOI, .
TflOMAS M. KEY, , :
Of Hamilton County.
rCl MIMBKB. BOARD or PCBMC WORM,
WILLIAM LARW1LL,.
Of Aihland County.
KOR CONGRESS, 15th DISTRICT,
MAIITIW D. FOLLKTT,
Of "Washington County.
COMMO.T FLEAS JCDOE, EIOnTtl DISTMCT
JOHX E. IUXA.
Of Morgan County. -
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
For Frobnte Judge,
JAMKS M. GAYLOIiD,
For Auditor,
JOHN P. SHERLOCK.
For Trenfmror,
MOSES BULLOCK.
For Prosecuting Attornfy,
BENJAMIN F. I'OWEH.
'For Commisionor,
'ISAAC HEDGES.
For Infirmary Director,
JOHN P. SELLS.
DECLARATION of PRINCIPLES
ADOPTED BY
THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION.
The National Union Contention, now assembled
from every State and Territory In the Union, ad
monished by the solemn lesaoni which for the last
' rive yean It has pleased the Supreme Ruler of the
Universe to give the American people, profoundly
grateful for the return of peace, desirous as are a
litrge majority of tbelr fellow-countrymen, in all
t sincerity, to forget and to forgive the past, rever
ing the constitution as it tomes to ni from onr an
eestors, regarding the union, In its restoration, as
more sacred than ever, looking with anxiety Into
the future aa of instant Importance, hereby Issues
' and proclaims the following declaration of prlncl
elplrs and purposes, on which tbey hate with per
feet unanimity agreed :
1. We ball, with gratitude to Almighty Cod, the
nd of war, and the return of peace to oar afUlcted
and beloved land.
1 . The war Just closed baa maintained the au
thority of the Constitution, with all the powers
Which it confers, and all the restrictions which It
Imposes npon the general government unabridged
and unaltered, and it has preserved the Union with
the equal rigbts.dignitf and authority of the States
perfect and unimpaired.
3. Bepreeentation In the Congress of the United
C- . I I. ,1,. VImIamI PaII.. I . i. .
ognlzed la the constitution aa abiding in every
. fttate, and a duty Imposed npon i U people fun
damental In lta nature, and essential to the exis
tence of onr republican Institutions, neither Con
gress nor the Ucnernl Government baa any power
cr authority to deny this right to any Btate, or to
withhold lta enjoyment, under the constitution,
from the people thereof. - -
4. We call ppon the people of the United Btatee
to elect to Coogreoa as members thereof none bat
men who admit this fundamental right of repre
sentation, and who will recommend to seats therein
to the United Btatee, subject only to the constitu
tional right of each House to Judge of the election
returns and qualificationa of its own member .
6. The constitution of the United Bute and
lava made In pursuance thereof, are the supreme
law of the land, any thing In the constitution or
lavs of any HUte to the contrary notwithstanding.
All powers not conferred by the constitution upon
the.Ceneral Government, nor prohibited by it to
Btate , are reserved to the several States or to the
people thereof; and aming the right thus reserv
ed to the States i the right to prescribe the
qualifications lor the elective franchise therein,
which right Congress can not interfere with. No
biaie or combination or Htatea boa the right to
wituaraw iron tne union, or to exclude through
their action in umgreaa, or otherwiao, any othei
State or States irom the Union. '1'be Union of
tneae B tales is perpetual ana car, not be dissolved.
A. Such amendments to the constitution at th
United btate may be made by the people thereon
a ibey may deein expedient, in the mode pointed
out by tu provision t and in proposing such
amendments, whether by Congress or by a conveu.
tiou, and in ratifying the same, all tb State in
the Union have an euual and an indefeasible right
. to a voice and tote thereon.
7. Shivery la abolished and forever prohibited.
There is neither design nor purpose, on the part
of the Southern State, that it should ever be re
established upon the soil or within the jurisdiction
Of the United States. and ths enfranchised slaves,
. ill oil the Statea of the Uuiou, should reoeive, in
common with all their Inhabitant, pul protec
tion, in every right of person and property.
. While we regard aa utterly invalid, and never
to be assumed or made of binding foice, any obli
gation lucurrea or unaerwaeu in waking war
. agaiiut the United States, we bold the debt of the
nation to be sacred ana inviolable, and we proclaim
. our purpose, lu discharging tins duty aa in per
forming all other national obligations, to maintain
unimpaired and uuiuipeached the bouor and faith
of the Hepnplie.
t). It is the duty of the National Government to
recognise the services ol the federal eoldiera and
allots la the contest jurt clohetl by niee'ing promp
( tly and fuUv all their just and iiMutiul clairua lor
' oervlceatbey have rendered the uation, aud by ex
. taudiug tu those who have survived, aud tne wid-'
, ow and o:pbaiiof those who fell, the must geue
rou aud considerate care.. . ,
: 10. In Andrew Johnson, President of the United
O' " flVIGU BUMUISSI
in hi devotion tu the Constitutiou and the inter
Vent of country . unmoved by ueueeuiiuu aud unde
served reproach, having laith unassailed in the
Diul-I kllfl III IllB K .iffi.- liua .......o,, ....... i. .
people ana iie pnucipie or nee goveiuuieut, we
recoijuiiea Chief iiaistrate who is aruitliy of the
nation, aud equal tu Uie great crista upoji which
Lie lot I east, aud we Under to him lu the, dis
charge of his high aud responsible duties our pro.
- rwua rnjwv, nn me siirance r pur coiclial
auii iuc(.i eoppun. -
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DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
1. AesesW, Thot the TVnroerapy of Ohld will
iidhere in the present and in the future at in the
fust, with unfaltering fidelity end firmness
the organisation of the Dcmocratla Vrl7 hd
to its ancient and well settled principle as
enunciated by Thomos Jefferson, the great
ApoKtle of American democracy, and as ac
knowledged and accepted by tho party from the
foundation of the Government ( and cspeciolly
of equal taxation, and of rcprcsention of all the
States subject to taxation.
3. JicKofrtd, That the on f-.-tat question
tne any la immeritataand unconditional restora
tion of all air the Mates to the nereiso of their
rights within the Federal Union under the Con
stitution; and that we will cordially and ac
tively support Andrew Johnson, as l'resjdont
the United States, in all necessary and ' proper
means to carry out his policy as directed to
that end and especially in secnrlng immediate
representation in the Senate and House of Kep
rcsentatives, to the eloven Rtoies from which
it is now unconstitutionally and arbitrarily
withheld, unless on the degrading condition of
inferiority in the Union, and of negro political
ang oiTil equality enforced by the Federal Gov
ernment. 8. iVo,'rf, That fir the purpose above set
forth, we will cordially co-operate in public
meetings, convention and at the polls, with all
men, without reference to pnt party positions,
who honesty and by their professions, support
the President in bis policy of restoration as now
developed. ...
Words Fitly Spoken by a Rebublican
Words Fitly Spoken by a Rebublican Member of the Ohio Legislature.
iNlnture. "
1 Maxwell V. Caddis, of Cincinnati
elected on the Ilepublican ticket a
merabor of the proeent Legislature
from Hamilton county but who resign
ed the position a few weeks ago, ad
dressed a Democratic meotin at Ba
tariaj Clermont county, on Saturday
last. The following is a report of the
matters ho prcscntod in his speech, and
to which we invite the attention of our
Republican readers :
Soldiers, Sailors and Fclldw-citizcns:
I nm for the maintainanco of the Union
of these States intnet nnder the Con
stitution and the laws. If this is Dem
ocratic then I nm a Democrat.
I am opposed to secession in all its
forms, whether by voluntary ordinance
force of arms, or by Congressional en
actment. If this is Democratic, then I
am a Democrat.
I was in favor of the abolition of ne
gro slavery by Constitutional amend
ment, ana ra to-day unalterably op
posed to its restoration. If that . is
Democratic, then I am a Democrat.
I nm in favor of the rmvmcnt 0f the
last dollar of our National debt, and
opposed to paying ono cent ofthc rebel
or Confederate dubt.i '
I om opposed to taxation without
reprcscntution, ns your fathers and
mine were.
I am in favor of every loyal man in
tho lately rebellious States having a
representation in uongrcss. I nm in
favor of c.tiy man in this county being
cuiiiu in ui ryo oi mo civil law, dui
am opposed to negro suffrage. Ami
last, but. not least, I am in favar of equ
alizing soldiers bounties, and .opposed
to-members of CongreBS voting them
selves 5,uuu extra pay to electioneer
on, and refusing to givo tho soldicrs.of
three years eorvico but $100. Inn
word, I am in favor of a whole, and a
not a part of a Union: in favor of pence
and opposed to any moro civil wars in
this country ; in favor of 'tho Union,
Constitution and tho laws.
If these principles aro Democratic,
then you may set nio down as a live
Democrat. If they , aro treasonable,
then I am a robel. I see some of my
old Republican irionds presont here tp
to-day, and 1 trust they will be consid
erate enough to grant mo the privil
ege of expressing my own opinion
candidly.
The National platform of a party is
tho exponent of tho principles of that
party and in tiio absence of anything
tocontradio the declarations laid down
by a previous Convention, those prin
ciples are binding until changed, upon
all who profess to follow them.
I stand to-day where . I stood two
years ago. , Jt was my privilcgo to bo
a delegate to the Baltimore Convention
and as a delegate I assisted in framing
the platform laid down for tho guidance
of the Union party in 036 i, arid af
terward supported that platform during
tho eampaignwhich resulted in the
election of Mr. Lincoln. Fvcry mem
ber ot Congress was electod upon that
platform, and if they havo ' failed to
carry out tho principles enunciated in
it, I do not prjposo to allow them to
question my fidelity. .....
To-day I indorse tho platform of tho
Philadelphia Convention, not ns dis
tinct from the formor, but as built en
tirely on the results which followed the
declaration embodied in tho platform
.ffn - it i. .
oi ino iaiumoro uonvevtion.
What was tho object of tho war if it
was not to prcservo tho Constitution
and maintain the rights of tho Stato
entire? Why lo not then those mem
bers of Congress who were elected un
der this proposition announced at the
outset of tho rebellion, fulfill tho mis-
sion for which they wero sent to our
Nation halls, and ignore the circum
stantial incident of negro suffrago?
What constitutes a cessation of hos
tilities? Wrhat was so regarded dur
ing the timo of tho Revolution ? Was
it not a laying down of arms. , an ac-
knowlodgmout of conquest by the. sur
render of the sword of Cornwallis
Washington? Has not tho South dono
all through tho hands of Johnson and
Jjeof VYnat-iror could you expect
them to do? Hut how has Tennessee
StatO that furnished 27,000 Union sol
diers boon treated by Conm-ess?
Wrhy havo they been almost entirely
disregarded ? This Stato elected Rep
resentatives while out of tho Union.
and they hae benn admitted at last
their seats in Congrt-sa.'.'. Is. Tcnpessoo
in the Union i aud, if so, . are not
the States entitled to tho same rights
witji ncrr . )Aro. no.t tho Southern pco-
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of
of
pie taxod to pay our .National wari
debt as" States? Are they not regard
ed, in fltct, as States, and not territor
ies?. Have they not, then, uncondi
tionally surrendered? nnd what, moro
can we rightfully demand of them; that
they may have immediate representa
tion in Congress?
Mr. Gaddis next examined the sub
ject of taxation without representation,
declaring that it was instinctivo in the
hearts ol American pooplo not bo tax
ed without a proper regard for their
risrlits as a taxable people, and spoke
of the eanses which developed the war
of tho Revolution. But, said tho speak
er, some of our Northern men are afraid
to trnst Southern men in our legisla
tive halls. He alluded to the fhet that
our prowess was not loss to-day than it
hud been during the war, and we wore
fulby able to crush ont any thing hav
ing the semblance of rebellion, when
ever and however it may nppenr. It
was our duty to try them, and test their
lealty now to tho Onion.
: With tho present Congress the elec
tive frnnchiso means any thing that
suits their tastes. While in Washing
ton I was an eye-witness of the manner
in which that honorable Committees of
fifteen endeavored to produce a' final
report upon tho subject of Constitution
al amendmendment, and to mo it seem
ed nothing moro than boys' play. Men
trifling with tho destines of a great na
tion that was clamoring for peace all
over tho land, nnd disregarding the
hundred thousand elaimis of widows
nnd orphans whoso tears wcro appeal
ing to them for bread, their lazy, idlo
legislation was witholding from" them.
These were facts which eight months
of an unprofitable session declared all
over tho land. They voted themselves
an incrcaso of pay to carry on their,
electioneering scheme, and help cen
tralize tho power of tho nntion in their
own hands, while they were totally
unmindful of tho interests of the (sol
diers who had better earned theamount
appropriated by themselves,
The great woik of the prescn cam
paign was to look well to tho fruits of
tho victory which aur army had placed
under onr control, and to declaro that
tho Union must bo represented by
every State that is named within it.
Mr. uaddis was repeatedly interrup
ted by the enthusiastic cheers of h is
hearers, and was greeted with a shower
of boquets from the ladies that occupi
ed tho seats near tho speaker's stand.
The Tariff Gouge.
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At Connersvillo, Indianna, vi Fri
day last, Mr. Hendricks, tho In1. Mo I
United States Senator.' add n
largo meeting pf the Democrac3', iu
speech, which was a general review of
ino poncy oi radicalism in congress,
presenting this viow of tho tariff.
Tho House of Representatives passed
a bill which is now pending in the Sen
ate, and which I snpposo, will be pass
ed at the next session, designed to in
ereasothe revenue from duties on im
ports. What do they wnnt to increase
the tariff for? . Do you believo the
want moro revenue. That is mere
sham.
Theroia no ocenssion to incronso tho
revenue. .As it now stands, tho gold
and silver rovenno is about ono nun
dred aud seventy millions. 'Rut the
tariff now brings in a groat deal moro
gold and. silver than tho Secretary
needs to meet tho demand upon him
for specie; and from time timo ho has
to sell gold in New York. Then they
don't want to . increase the revenue.
Tho purposo was to put tho tariff so
high that tho Pennsylvania nnd New
Kngland manufacturers would ' have a
monopoly of the market, and kept, and
could charge us for our clothing just
what they ploased. Do you liko it?
And yet they say to you that you
ought to voto for them. . JIow much
this bill, which covers 102 pages, will
incrcaso tho tariff I can noti tell you.
It is now tied up in the Senate. They
were afraid to pass it. in tho Senate because-
they feared it would hurt them
in this election. Do you. think wo
ought to increase tho protectivo tariff
at tins ti mo f. I hey tax cotton three
centn, u tboy tax cotton -.why can't
they tax your corn and your pork ?
nen congress yielded the point that
raw material as it came from the earth
could bo taxed, hoy yielded up every-
hiiiijt bu mr as our interests in mis ng
ricultural section of the West are con
eerned. . Hut do yon know they tax
woolen goods and cotton goods? Woolen
goods they tax thirty-fivo per cent.
upon its valuo, and filly cents a yard
in adition ; and cotton goods thoy tax
so mucn aa valorem, ana then so much
a square yard. Well yon buy woolen
goods that cost a dollar a yard, and
that como from .England or Franco,
and you pay lor if per pound, so far
as it is taked, precisely as much as tho
man that wears ten dollar broadcloth.
lhat is what they call taxation for tho
peopo. Do they say that New England
manufacturers have madomoro money
within the last four years than in any
twentv vears before. flnvrnrirSnrnm,
of Rhode Island, owns a cotton cstab-
listunont which for several months
cleared a profit of 116,000 a day; (In
regard to protection, tho speaker illus
trated by saying that if some person in
tho county of Fayette asked forprotec-
tlon from the county authorities fof
horse collars, requesting that' no col
lars should bo imported from other
coun ties, the pooplo would not statu:
it. - They would nay tho domand was
absurd.)' But when,' this principle is
applied to tho magniflcont system of
Stateoh, it Is so wise and statesman
like ! I li ko to see those Eastern peoplo
get rich, but let them work for their
riches, just as we do,' without apy un
due advantago; ; - -
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SHERIFF'S - PROCLAMATION
Proclamation is hereby mado to nil the qual
ified voters of Morpnn County that genernl
election will he held, ns required by low, on
Tuosdny, the th dnv of October, A. P. IHUfl, be
ing the second Tuesday of the month, at the
several places of holding elections in said
county, at which time the following offlceri are
to be chosen, vis : Ono Secretary of State, one
Judge of the Supreme. Court, one Member of
the linerd of Public Works, one Member of Con
gress for the Fifteenth District, one Common
I'leas Judge for the First Division of the Eighth
Judical District, one Probate Judge for Morgan
county, one Auditor, one Treasurer, one Prose
cuting Attorney, one Commissioner, end one
Infirmary Director tor said County of Morgan.
The Trustees of the several township in snlil
county are required to return the following
number of Jurors from their respective town-
snipsi
Hloom -
Bristol . -Center
Peerlield
Homer -
Mnlt
Manchester
All of which
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Mnrlon - - 5
Meigsville - - 4
Morgan - - - 7
Pen n - t
Union 4
Windsor . 6
York 3
notice Is Riven mirsuant to I.iw.
J. C. MUADOCK, Sheriff.
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etrii'inn, who hns astonished the seuicntilic
classes of the Old Word, has now located her
self at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton pos
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight,
as to enable her to impart knowledge of the
greatest iiuportnnce to the single or married of
'liner sex. iwiiic 1:1 sumo 1.1 irnnco sue (ic
ineatcs the very features of tbo person yini are
to marry, nnd by the aid of on instrument of
nt cine owtr, Known ns the rsychnniotrope,
guarantees to produce ft lifo-liko picture of the
future husband or wife of tho applicant, to-
ether with date of marriage, position in life,
i-adinr traits of charncter, Ac. This is no hum
bug, as . thousands of testimonials can assert,
bhe will send, when desired, a certified certifi
cate or written guarantee that the picture is
hot It purports to be. uy enclosing a small
lock of liuir and stating place of birth, ego, dis
position and complexion, and ' enclosing 0
cents and stamped envelope aditresied to your
self, you wil) receive the picture olid desired
Information by return mail. All communica
tion sacredly confidential. 'Address, in confi
dence, Maduinu E, F. Thornton, J', O. Box ili,
Hudson, It. 1. soZS-am '
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The firm bcrolofore existing under theuamoof
uoLMfca bVABit li us peun Uisaulvea by uiutuul
cimsetit. All uccourits of the firm will he sot
Ilea witn Mr. noi.MKs. wlio will continue to
curry on the BOOT and BIIOE business at (ho
out I'tiiiid, ono door west of tho l'osiollico, Mr
'sl:fAJk ' aoknewledged to be bust work
null in tutvu, will remain with him. ,
f J I , 1IOLJUK8 A BPAIIKS.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NO'IICH."
THK undersignod baa been duly arpoiitod
Administrator of the estate, with the will
annexed, of William iioite, deceaned, late of
riorgan couniy, uoio, -
.e2l-je0,, ... . , JOHN Ci' rOltD.
BUSINESS 'DlUECTOttYf
R. M. eTASRERT.
W. . rri.s
STANBEUY & l'YLE,
McCONNELSVILLE. OHIO. .
OFFICE Second Story of Morris Building.
tf Legal business promptly attended to, and
specis I attention given to the collection of all doubt
ful claims.. . au3-ly .
WM. GIIINN.
J. A. KKI.Lt
GLENN & KELLY,
ATT0HNE?8 AT LAW.
OFFICK Southwest Corner of Public Square,
MCOXXELSV1LI.E, OniO.
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BARGAINS
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HALL'S CHEAP STOKE
IN MALTA.
jost Annivisu-CAi.i. axo examins.
JyJ0-tf
W. A. Sil l..
I. SILL & CO.,
DKALKRS IX.
Dry Good., Groceries, Jiolioni, Tinware, Trnnki
1KD
HOUSE FURNI8I1INO GOODS,
Opposite C ourt Iloasr, M'Connelrrllle.O.
JyJOtf
r. w. woon.
r. a. roNn
WOOD & POND,
AKorncjs aud Counselors at Law,
M'CONNELibVILLR, OHIO.
F. B. POND, Notary Public.
au3-ly
W, H, HEDGES, J1. D
Physician and Surgeon,
Hcpprrtfiilly offers his Trofesslonal services to the
cmzeua or M Coniielsvil e and vicinity.
OFFICE, FROST BOOM OfER STONE'S STORE
Where lie enn lie found at all time, day or night,
mien not proiesaionuity at.seui.
JjlO-ly
0. It. BARCLAY.
f. U. BIKH1
BARCLAY &;BEKKY
Attorneys at ' Law.
OFFICE OVER BREWSTER & ROBERTS' STORb,
M'tOSSELSriLLE'C OHIO.
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B. F. P0WEII,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DFFICE with JT. E. llnnna, Ctnter Street.
M ' C O N N E L. 8 V I L U K , OHIO
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Kouiity ! Bounty. !
SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, &c, Interested in
the late law equalising bounties, are Informed
that the undersigned la ore oared to attend to that
kind of I usineis with dispatch and on reasonable
WIUbB.
Widows, CbiMrea or llie rare nti of Soldiers
who died In service or disease or wound contracted
oi received in line or duty, will receive the same
amount aa would have been paid the soldier hlus-
sen una ne served nts run term or enlistment. -
. . JAMES M. (JAY LOUD,
suS ' Claim Agent,
KOT1CI3. l J .
TOREPH RENNET is hereby notified that rtaehel
O Bennet ba this day Bled In tha ofliue of tlie
Clerk ol the Court of Common Viva for Morgan
county, Ohio, tier petition preying lor a divorce
from said Joseph on accouut of hi wilful absence
fur more than three years, last paat, which case
ill be heard at the November term, IMS, of said
Court. , i . , , lUCULL ULNNKT.
August Il.lHCfl:
l.OOO A?res oflancl,
' ' LOCATED TEN YEAX3 AbO,-
For Sale r Exchange for Town Property,
rrain lam is siti;ati:i
-L bulivan. Dates and Vernon conntisa, Uissourl,
It la well watered and timbered, 'ilist portion In
Veinon county is within oue utile and a half of
Nevada City the county aeat. Vox further purtio
ulars call upon the subscriber Terms easy.
au!(f-4ut , JONAH ruWEEL. ,
AlTACriMKNl' NOt'lClS, ...
John MvDermott, P'ttr,) Before E. C Pavls.Jurtlee
vs. ' - Vol the Peace of Windsor
Peter E. Noyen, Deft.) towuship.alorgan oo.,Uhio
ON the Nth day of August, A. P-lKliO, suld Justice
issued an order of attachment iu the above
action lot the sum of thirty-two (131 u) dollar
aad forty ueuts, and tilteso t It) dullat. the pivb
able amount of eust. , .
. sail : ' JOHN Mc-PEKMOTT.
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irUTOSriTXJRE.
II. DUNOriGOn&BON
Keep constantly on hand a targe stook of
FLLMTIRE AND UOl'SE-FlRMSIIiNQ GOODS
AT. LOW 1'RICEI,
at Ihoir new store-rooms, In the
Bank Building,
M'tO.Wr.I.STIIXE, o.
s7-3m
fUlK OLD KSI'ABLtSHKD
GROOiJRY STORB
At the old stand, In the three-story brlok, nearly
opposite in roi uous.
D. II. MOttTLKY
respe' Ifiilly Informs lbe citltensof Mnrisn eonnt
that he keens constantly on band a full assortment
Of the various articles nsnally kept In A rs tolas.
iirocery more, consisiing in pari or
Ti'a, Coflea.'Hngar, Klsh, Boda. f pices. Tanned
r mite, l ove ojstcrs. ttyrnp. tneee .cracker,
ltuslns, Woodware, Tobacco, Cigars, Uask
els. Itifle I'owder, Blasting powder,
Kn.e. Packing Yarn, Bed
Cords, Manilla Hope,
i.ard till, CarboB
Oil, 4o
Ac.
all of which will be sold at the veryloweet price,
either at wholesale or retail, fur cash or approved!
country pri dnce.
The liiKhest market price paid for all kind of
Country Produce.
r.very aiticie oid at mis establishment 1 WAV-
BANTKl) a rapreseuted.
JT'O-w
NUWOODS.
HUB. JOHNSON,
MANUFACTURED; ov
Tiu, Copper aud Sheet-Iron Wat c.
JOB W O H K
of all kind etecuted with neatness and dispatch
Ue keeps constatnly on hand a very large aeaert-
meiitof
Cooking Stores,
rurlor btorofv '
Heating Stoves,
Firo Front",
Grate,
Hand Iron.,
Stove Tip,
Coal-Bucketa,
IIocs, Rnkcs. Forks,'
Brass Kettles,
Apple Taircrs, Nail9,
ALSO
TIN.WA RE
OF ALL PKSOUIPTIOXlj.
DUCKKIS.TUflS. CltunXrf, BROOMS,
WAri'l BOARDS. ClAJTIIKd
WKIMJKRS. ASH t'ANa,
coitN-rorrmn,
....... ALSO
All KINDS OF HOME FLRMSfllXO GOOD!,
Japan Ware, Sco.
TOR XOTRD
Brilliant Goal Stovo
' . AND " ' '
Indianola Wood Stove.
WAGOX. liVC.QY & RIDING WIIIP3.
COW IlinKS, TIIK PATKNT
. 8TKF LADDER. HUO All
MILI, PAN IRON, .
i - .
And many other articles to nnwierou to mention).
All work done in the best manner,
I will apare no pain to please those who may .
favor me with a call. ;
HERBERT JOHNSON,
Opposite the 'Buokeye nlock," U'Connelsville, O
uStr .. ; i
iN 13
FAMILY GROCERY,
i Few Doors East 0 Pott IIodm.
ISI'Oa slin cfc TT'outs
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Invite the attention of the public to their new ateek
- of first-class
P A 91 I I. O ROCER IU ,
embracing everything In the grocery line needed
for family consumption. We have just received a
large slock of
' .' ' ' . ' " .
SUCitt-lTIlED HAMS AND DRIED BEEF-
,! - ' ' '
Every kind of Connt Prednce boutfht and soltL
Give us a sail. . . . i
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