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JOIKPII A. KKI.I.T, KDITOR.
Friday, Sep. 2 I, liC9.
oi n terms to summit
One coj.y, ono jcnr, uhcn not paid
for m advance, C2 00
Ono copy, ono ycnr, cash. in ad
vance, fl CO
Ten copies, ono your, and ono copy
five 10 tho colter tin of tho club.
ono dollar mid twenty-five
cents per cory, $12 60
t& When ii subscribers timo ex
jiircs, if no oriKir is loft to discon
tinue, tho pnper will bo convinucd,
if wo bo desire, ntlho rrtto of two
dollars a ycnr, until hoom'iocotiion
in una renews.
to$r An X funnd on tho mnrcm
of thopnper isa f.olifiention to the
subscriber Unit his or her timo tins
expired, or about to expire; nnd it
is Also An Invilnlion to renew.
PEOPLE'S ANTI-PIKE TICKET.
Probnto J iid en,
FIN. 11. IIANNA.
A. D. HAVENER.
JOHN W. KNOX.
WILLIAM NICESW ANGER.
JOHN NEE LEY.
Jiftnd Appraiser. 1st District,
JAMES A. GILLESPIE.
Land Appmiscr. 2nd District,
SAMUKL M. GILLILAND.
Land Appraiser, .'Id District,
THE A DORR COBURN.
Land Appraiser, 4th District,
Land Appraiser Gih District,
THOMAS VICK ROY.
Land Appraiser, 7th District.
ELI EV ELAND.
Toktrt Vanished Summer.
Kei.kcted Mihckli.akt -The most Uo
ftltliknble Divoreo Caso on Record
The French SpnatusConsultum Chas.
Reed on the Bout Itaro A Life f-ra
Song Tlie Collins Motul The
Fnll Fashions How Hud Carter, the
Tennessee Desperado, vus Killed
FoLinrAi The Wisconsin Democra
cy A Speech of (tenrgo II. IVikIUv
ton Dead Issuer in their Ko'atiun to
Adventures of a Roust ulmut Chi
nese Temids The nlilcst Church
Edifice in New England Mohnmm
edmiiNm Decaying riensnnt 1'nra-
Tho "Peer Ordinnnco'
Tpsj. Notice it diroctcri to tho"Ituil Rond
Notioe" found In this issue.
CPi. Dr. W. K. Kelly'n card will he
found in thiit issue. Ho has located
permanently in McConnelsvillo.
tf."Androw Jackson ami his Moth
er u ino titlo or a very Interesting
and truo story found ou tho first pago
of thin paper.
arPhil!ip llartcr, born fn Wash
ington county, Pennsj-lvanm, nnd
lor about twenty years back a citi
zen of this county, died on Wed
nesday morning, nt four o'clock,
Aged 00 years.
tar William Horner, of Malta,
collected throo hundred dollura in
Zanesvillo, on Saturday, and lost it
overboard while coining down the
river on tho steamer Mink.
W. A. ilatthows, moro gen
erally known as "Yank,, has stitrt
ola first-class Grocery nt tho old
Whissen stand, near Bhcpard &
Dickey's mill. Matthows is a good
follow, and has hit upon a good
BtanJ, and will, undoubtedly, bo
extensively patronized. Ho will
continue in the Produce trndo.
"Will You Rut Tim BeerT" Re
cently, ono of our barbers, called
"Black Jnck," got on a spree and went
homo and kicked up a fuss with his
wifo. Tho fun did not terminate
to tho satisfaction of Jack, and he
thereupon concluded that ho was tired
of life and started tor tho river to put
nn end to his cxihtonco. Jack's wifo
became frightened, and run into
neighboring barber's house, stated the
facts of tho caso, and induced the
brother barber, Dave Williamson, to go
in quest of the would ho suieido. Dave
star toil on a run, and got to tho river
just In time to see Jnc'c in tho water
up to his kneos ; and, hallooing at him,
he told him not to drown himself.
Jack stopped, turned around and ex
claimed, " Will you buy the beer, lJuve f
and Dave promising, ho concluded to
try life for a little longer.
Short Bettlkuickts hake i.oko Frikkor
We ask those of our friends who have
been careless in settling their accounts,
to do so soon. The loss of hundreds of
dollars has taught us to close all ac
counts once a year. Thankful for the
very liberal patron ago already receiv
ed, we trust, by close attention to our
business, to have it continued.
A. W. WALKER A CO.
itaflf you want a good suit of clothes,
home made or mado to order, at low
figures, go to Kelly A iSeaoian's.
Morgan County rnlrl
At a mooting of tho Hoard of Di
rectors of tho Morgan Connly Ag
ricultural Society, on tho 20th inst.,
it was dclcrniinod to offer premiums
for tho most easy, graceful, And
comely Femalo Equestrianism,
which exhibition will tako placo on
tho third day of tho Fair, (Friday,
Oct. 13,) at 1J o'clock, 1 M. Tho
pruiniums havo not yet been deci
ded upon, but will bo of a valnnblo
and handsoino character. Also, n
Mulo Raeo, to tnko placo on the
second day of tho Fair, lit 1 J o'd'k.
P. M., for which lair premiums nro
offered. Theso, togcthor with tho Pa.
Cing and Tiot'irg Matches, al
ready nnnounco.1, it is bcliovcd, will
nin.no itio coming rair ir.uch moro
interesting nnd exciting than here
tofore. J. S. ADAIR, Scc'y.
Sept. 23, 18GI).
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. 1). H. Mortlev. Aecnt of Knc
Mutual Insuranco Co.
Dkaii Sir : Permit mo, thronch
you, to tender my thanks to tho of-
heers of said Compnnv for tho vorv
prompt manner in which they hnvo
adjusted tho loss recently sustained
by mo. My store houso, Including
tho ontiro contents, was consumed
by firo on tho night of the 10th inst.,
and in less than four days tho loss
was satisfactorily Adjusted,
Sept. 14, 1800.
GREAT BARGAIN. Melodoon. in
use only a short time, will bo sold ve
ry low. Call soon.
' H. B. Vincent & Bro.
ItSTl.nclics Gold Watches and Chains
just received and will he sold lower
than ever, at Vincent's.
tGF Excellent Ivorv Tnlilct nnd
Card Cases received at the Bookstore
ftST Second hand Smith ft Wesson
Revolvers wanted at Vincent's.
A fine assortment of Family bi
bles received at tho Book Storo this
Wi A new stock of Boots ami Shoes
will be received at' Kelly & .Seaman's
t& Fine lots of Stotionerv rocoiv-
cd this week at Adair's Book Store.
Iffl Remember Hint cooil tea can be
bought at Kelly A: Seaman's for $ 1,1 Hi
New eoods received (Tuilv at the
BQylsow (ioodfl received this
week nt Holbrook's Millinery And
i nncy uoous ntoro.
tiSr New supply of Base Balls at the
CARD OF THANKS. Communicated.
[For the Conservative.]
THE TRUE ISSUE.
Tho only issuo that wj'l sway or
control tho votes ol Morgan county,
this Fall, is that of local taxation ;
or, in other words, that arising out
of tho proposition to build Pike
Roads In our county.
Touch tho pockets of mon gener
ally, in ns direct a manner ns that
of tho Piko JJoad proposition, and
you touch a xjry bo nsitivo part.
This has been illustrated in tho no
tion ol tho Peoplo in cnlling u Pco
plo's County Convention nnd nomi
nating a People s iicket. JJut, on
tho other hand, touch tho pocket
of the Piko Road advocates of Mo-
Connelsville, as him been dono bv
tho action of tho People in
nominating said ticket, anil
you touch the sensilivo plant itself;
nnd, as a conscquenco, you bco cvo
ry Argument, whoihor partaking
of tho nntnro of truth oi falsehood,
put forth to enhonco tho valuo of
said pockets. Tho arguments which
aro Ubod in favor of tho Republican
Piko ticket nro various and contra
dictory. On somo corners of3-onr
MuConnolsville stroots, avowed
Piko men, who desicn earrvin?
their point by tricKcry nnd decep
tion, may b found, who proclpim
tho Piko question to bo dead ; on
other corners, tho moro honest Piko
mon Acknowledge the qucKiion to
bo a living ono, and they try to nr
puo tho question on it merits
This latter class, with an outward
air of candor and honesty, confront
tho Anti-Piker with tho question :
"Will not we bo subjected to the pay.
mcnt of as much , of tho Piko Road
tax as you?" A ' fit answer to thi
inquiry of tho McConnelsvillo Piko
men is, "No, sir, you will not I You
would bo if your property was all
on tho tax lu plica to ; but such is
not tho cbho. A great portion of
tuui iin iuin niu IMVUBICU III U 11110(1
Stales Bonds, which aro not subject
to taxation. Further, you MtCon
nolsvillo Piko Road men cxpuet to
bo benefitted by tho building of
Piko Roads to tho detriment of the
country people. Ono of your men
admitted this to bo tho eimo very
rocently. Jlo said ho was in favor
of Pikes becauso they would reduce
iho prtco of hoy to $5,00 a ton.
whilo now tho farmers get S15.00 a
ton for ft. And ho added that
the same roduction in tho price 0
all country produce would bo con
sequent upon tho building of Pike
Roads j nnd, that, therefore, ho was
in favor of building them. Now, is
it to bo expected that tho farmers
will bu in favor of btiildintr any
thing that will eat out thoir sub
stance to build it ; and, thon, for
all tune to come, deprociato tho
products oi their labor?"
Tbe editor of tho Jlerald lias boon
trying to mystify Hie minds of tho
people ovor sinco tho People's Con
vention. Ho bus tried to bring in
somo political questions in tho hopo
that tho Peoplo would, in thoir at
tachment to thorn, forgot the Tiko
Jioncl matter, lie ridicules tho idea
ofthoroboing a Piko Hond issno
boforo tho votors of Morgan, llo
now casts nn insult nt every Repub
lican who stands firm upon tho call
110 signcc lor tho 1 ecplo s Lonvcn
tion, nnd speaks, nets, nnd votes in
defonso of hisown rights, by calling
them stupid dolt ; a though tho
iourt hnd nppoinlou him guardian
over nil who disagreed with htm in
those matters. Hut wo will sco who
11 ro the stupid dolts Alter tho clec
tion, if tho Piko ticket should sue
ccod. Ho will then call every Re
publican outsido of McConnelsvillo
a stupid dolt who supported the
ticket, ns indcod ho enn do in truth.
when they wiikonndflnd they voted
an intolerable nnd over increasing
tax upon themselves. This isjut
as certain ns that effect follows
cause, as somo of thoir leading men
admitted in town, a fow days ago,
thai should tho Anti Piko ticket bo
defenlod, that tho Commissioners
could go ahead nnd levy a tax, is
suo bonds and build pikes without
violating their plodgo to the peoplo,
as that would bo emphatically nn
endorsement of their policy. Ono
correspondent from Chester Hill, 1
believe, suggests something new
under tiio sun, ns ho supposes. He
says try tho experiment of voting
pike or no-pike on tho tickets this
fall, nnd tho Commissioners, being
men of honor, will tako tho result
for or against, nnd net accordingly.
Wo say nothing ngainst tho honor
ol tho present Commissioners, or
ny of them ; but wo do say that
facts tiro stubborn things, and tho
peoplo well remember when they
voted Court House or no Court
llouso on their tickets, nnd voted
it down twico by largo majorities ;
and yet tho Commissioners went a
head and built it in spito of tho no
Court Houso majorities, nnd then
in justification of their b.id faith to
the people, said it was necessary ;
so can tliey say with regard to the
pike, and tho same man is bond and
shoulders of tho board now that
as then, so wo don't think you
enn catch Morgan county votes this
fall on chaff or with a hook so poor
THE TRUE ISSUE. ANTI-PIKE REPUBLICAN.
Sept. 22, 1869.
Annual Meetings of the Township
Rov. John Kelly will attend the
annual meeting of tho following
Townships: Meigsvillo, on Sunday,
Oct., lOtli, nt 4 o'clock, at tho Pres
byterian Grove Church. Deerfield,
on Sunday, Oct., 3d, nt 3 o'clock, nt
tho Deerfield Presbyterian Church.
Bristol, on Sunday, Oct., 21ih,nt3
o'clock, nttho Presbyterian Church".
Rev. O. 11. Pond will attend tho
Penn township meeting, on Sunday,
Oct., 17th. Marion township meet
ing, on Sunday, Oct. 24lh. Tho
ollicors of tho townships aroreques
ted to mako arrangements for tho
placo and hour of mooting and no
tify Mr. Pond. Mr. Pond will nt
tend tho Union township mooting,
on Sunday. 3lst Oct., nt 2 o'clock,
at tho M. E. church, nt Ringsrold.
Rey, D. M. Hollister will "attend
Iho Windsor township mooting, on
Sunday, Oct. 3d, nt 2 o'clock, nt
tho Brick church; also, tho Bloom
township meeting, at tho Pisgah
church, Sunday, Oct. 17th, nt 2J o'
clock. Tho friends nnd officers of tho dif
ferent soeiolies named nbove,
aio rcoucHtcd to civo duo notien.
and mako preparations for tho meet
ings, so mai there may bo a full at
tendance. Addresses will hn mmlx
by Revs. Pond nnd'Kolly. Tho nn
nual election will bo held nni! n
collection taken up. No nrrango.
mcnt has been mado for tho other
towi.slnps. By order of Hoard of
Managers. 1). M. IIoi.mbtkk,
J. C. Stonk, Secretary.
Op tho ItHh of Kept., 18ii0, by Rev.
of tho bride's brother, in Bloom tp.
Morgan county, Ohio., Mr. Levi
Goiuikm, of Meigs Tp., M unking,
urn Co., Ohio, nnd Mrs. Betsey
SiiiM.isii, of tho formor placo.
McCONNELSVILLE Sep. 23, 1869.
FLOUR Oest fnniily 7 00:
WIIKAT 51,20 per bufliel.
Ct.RN MKAL 0,80 per buihel.
COKX 7ft per bushel, wholesole.
OATS 40 tents per bushel, wholesale
liny S'.UIO per Ion.
TIMOTHY HKKt)--2 50 wholesale.
FLAX SKI'.II -Sl 75 to 2 00.
I!KANSS2 50 per lc.isl.el.
JlllIKI) A I'I'LKS Kds. per pound.
DRIKI) PKAi;UKS-4 00 per bush.
I'OTATOKei 80 40 per bush., at
Tr ll 0 ! I h .
IjUTTKK - 2.r els. perpniind,
Ki(iH- 12 els. per iloz,
FKATIIKRS75 els. per lb.
KUOAH19 lo 20 cIf. per Ih.
WIH'I K KUOAU 20 to 22 cts.. lb.
COFFKK 25 to 33 cts. per lb.
TKA- H 00 to 2 00 per II).
MOLASSKH Sorgum 60 by barrel, CO
lo 70 per gallon.
HlTtur SI 25 per pallon.
LARD 15 to I80U per pound, whole
sale. I'RIKD TJKEF 25ets per lb.
KIIOUL'.IKRS 14 cents per lb.
KIIIKS I'icliel.d, 15 els per lb.
t'ARHON OIT,-50cln. per gnllon.
LJNSKKI) OIL 1,35 per gu)lJD.
LARD OIL. 2,00 per pullou.
CANDLKS 20cU por lb.
SOAP-- by bar lOo.
CODFISH loots per lb.
HAL'"' 81,05 per bbl.
WOOL40 to 45 els per lb.
W.R, KELLY, m. D.
May be fuurnl at bis office on
TI1K SOUTH -Wi:ST COHIVEIl
At all timoa, wlion not nhleut on Profess.
Bept. 21, lSG9-tr.
I THE UNDERSIGNED, HERE
by civs notice Hint, In ennfoquonce of
nj wnc, Mincy 11. iinrKntirnl, Iiuviiir iclt
my beil nnd board and reused to live with
me,, I will not bo rcsnnille for any debts
"i ner contracting. 1 warn all persons
frainst trustinfr her on my account; and 00
tify them not to do so.
ZAOHAIIIAH R. I)AUKIItIRS P.
McConnslsvim.s, Onto, Sept. 24, 'Oil. 3w
Martbft F. Harry ) Court of Common Tlcns,
v. K. V Morcnn county, Ohio.
Enoch N. I,oe. ) Tho Iefenilnnt will liikn
notice thai Mnrtli F. ITarry did, on the lsth
day of October, ISA", before James W. Tur
ner, J. I., file her complnint acainst hltn,
the said Knoch N. I.ee, ehnr(rin5 that she
was pregnant with child, wUji'h if horn a
live would be a baslard, anVthnt he, the
snld Knoch N. I.ce. was the father Iherool.
Tho said eomplnint.was filed in the Court of
1 otnmon I'lens Tor. Morgan county, Ohio
October fllh, IKrtfl, and nn order of Attorn
ment Issued thereon lo the PherilTof Mor
ten county, Ohio, who ettnclied rertnin
Innds In said county, belonRing to snid E
nooh . Lee. The defendant will tnko no
tice that at tho November term, 1 sail, of
the Court of Common l'leas fur Morgan
county, Ohio, there will he a judgment ai-k-oil
ngainst hi in and nn order of snle of said
lands for tho Iniintennnce of snid child.
H ANNA 3l IIANNA,
Sept. U, r,9 fin Ally's for I'lalntilT.
Tbomni J, Harris, riubililT, ) The 8tate of
. s. Olno, t'nurt
Ahigal T. Harris, Pefcndanl. J of Common
l'leas. The defendant above named, will
lake notice, that on Monday, Iho IHth dnv
of October, Isfitf, the plaiiili'll' above nnmod,
will take the depositions of sundry witness,
cs, lo be used ns evidence in Iho nbove
case, at the office of L. Fulton, at tbe town
of Amesville, In Athens county, Ohio, be
tween the hours of 0 o'clock, a. in., and 4
o'clock, p. m., of sniil day, and Hint the dep.
ositions of sundry witnesses will also bo ta
ken by said plnintiir, on Friday, Iho 22d
dny of October, 18fp9. at tho ollico of (ieorge
Tnggnrt, nt rnraersburg. West Virginia, be
tween the hours of do'rlook, a. m.lnmllt o'
clock, p. in., of snid day, to bo used ns cvi
drnce on the trinl of tho above enso, nnd
(hat the tnkinirofsald depositions will l.n ad
journed from day to dny.nntil tho so mo ore
. ...oiii-n-n. iiai.i. l owra.
oepi. zt, -ns 3w Att'ys for l'lninlfir.
In obedience to the reonisltlon of an act
of Hie General Assembly of tho Pint of
Ohio, pnsscd Mny 31st, lNi'2, I hereby givo
notice lo tho Kleetors of Morgan county,
that tbey nssnmhlo in their rcsjM'ctivo town
ships nt tho usual plnccs of holding clec-
lections ineroin, on ino
SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
Tloing the !2lhtUy of said month, thorc and
then to voto for
Otio I.ieulennnt Governor,
Ono Rupreme Judge,
One Treasurer of State,
Ono Attorney General,
One Member of Board of Public Werki,
One Trobnto Judge,
Ono Infirmary Director,
Tho Trustees of Iho several townships of
Morgan county will, on tho snmo dny, se
lect oimI return to the fieri of Iho Court of
Common l'leas, iho I'olluwinjj uumberol Ju
$ Bristol 7
0 Deerfield 5
8 Malta 7
4 Marion 9
(I Morgan II
6 I'uinn 6
10 York IV
Given tinder my hand this Bill day or
September, A. !., I sou.
J. C. JIlTlDfCK, ShcriJTM. C, O.
In ptirsonnco of tho act of May fi, A. T.
1SI1S, Ohio Laws, Vol. nj, pages 'lfifl to 170
inclusive, tho Cotmiii. xioners of Mnrenn
county. Ohio, rt their June session, 1mi,
ordered that snid county of Morgan he divi
ded (for the purpose specified in snid net)
Into 7 districts, as follows, to-wit:
District Iso. 1, r.loom, Malta and Mor
" " 2, Uri-tcl and Jnncbestor.
". " .1, Center nnd MeigBville.
" " 4. Winilnor. 5. Iliuni'r nml
.Viirlnn. 11. Venn nnd t'nion. 1. Ih-erliebl
and York. Tho qualified Electors of each of
tho above districts will, at tho same time ami
places, elect one persop bavin? the quali
fications of on Elector, to serve ns Assessor
of Iteal estatu, agreialilo to tho provision
of said net. Tho trustees of tho several
townships wilt prepnro a aejiarulo Ballut-
iox lor snsv purpose.
lv order of f Dliitiii.Riniera.
JAJfKS li. -VrtiHKW, Auditor. M. C. O.
OA ... ' '
A OK II i am i:,
To Rrislralii nn Irolilllt Ale,
iircr niKi rol ler IIoiinc i and
MmpN. in il IIoiimf mill Ilu-cmol
ICaliliiiai rmori lor Tlp-plln?
Bkctiok I. Be it ordained bv the Coun
cil of the Incorporated villngo of MeCon-
ncisvuio, eililo, Hint it shall bo unlawful
for any person or persons lo keep w ithin
tho said Incorporated villngeof McConnela
ville, any bouse, room, shun, booth, arbor.
cellnr or place of habitual resort for tippling
i-MTiox v. no it rurlher or'liiinod, tbnt
it shiill be unlawful f r nuv neison or ner-
sons lo keep within tho snid Incur) orated
vitiligo ol flrl onnoUvillo, a botisn, shop,
room, booth, nrbor, cellar or place where
Aie, j-orier or jieer is iiauitualiy soul ar
furnished 1 1 bo drank, in. unon or about tba
house, shop, room, booth, arbor, collar or
pliii'.o whero so sol il or furnished.
Kkitioh 3. And be it further onlnlned,
tliat for any violation of tho first section of
this Ordinance, the person or persons so
offending. aim li upon conviction, furfuit ami
pay a fiuo of not less than ten dollars, or
more i.inu liny dollars, anil snail nuo bo
imprinoned in the county jail for a period
not exceeding thirty days. Tbnt for every
violation of the 2nd auction of Ibis ordi
nance, tbe person or persons so ollondiiiir.
shall u i .on conviction, furfuit and nuv a
o..n A...i:..n or,.. ,l..iin. i i I.. .
iimu ii... vAiiTiiiiig iiii lufiuiin, uilll IJU 1III-.
iirisoneil in the county Juil, not exceeding
Bkctiox 4. Bo it further ordained, that
all prosecutions under this Ordinnnco, shall
bu in the name of Hie Incnrpornted village
of MeConuelsville, and shall be commenced
upon a written complaint, uuiler oath or
ullirmation, before the mayor ol said vil
lage, nmi upon I lie tiling ol sueii comprint,
Hie mayor shall Isbuo a warrant, directed
lo the marshal of said vitiligo, for the ar
rest ol the accused. The innrsbal ahull
forthwith urrost the jicrnon thus charged and
bring the accused before Hie mayor, who
shull proceed as provided by Inw, und I Ire
Mayor, upon conviction of any person for
tho violution of any of tho provisions of
this Ordinnnco, mny mako it a part of the
sentence, that the accused shall staod com
mitted to the juil of the couuly, iinlll the
fine and costs assessed nguiusl such person
shall In) paid or secured to be puid or oth
erwise discharged according to luw,
Bkctiox 6. It (hull bo tho duly of the
Marshal and assistant marshals ol said vil
Inge, to mnke complaint against all persons
found violating uny of the provisiousof this
Bkctio 0. Bo it further ordained, that
the Ordinance entitled "An Ordinnnco to
regulate Hie vending of Ppiritous, Vinous
and Malt Liquors, within tho Incorporated
village of McConnelsvillo, Ohio," passed in
Council, Aj.nl 13th, lHDll, be and tho same
Is hereby repealed.
Bkction 7. This Ordinance shull take of
feet from and after its 2nd publication in
tbe "Conservative," a newspaper printed iu
said villngo of Ucfoniielsviliv, Ohio.
J. II. Mi'Uiiv, Itecorder.
JAM EH WATKIX8, Mayor.
(September, 17, ltfOVSl.
II. M. COCUHA.N:
COCIIMN, B0ZHAN & CO.,
Hardware, House-furnishing Ooods, Farming Ini-
Also, the Latest Improved JJuckeye CiderIills,
Buckeye and Victor Grain B) rills.
OUn FOUNDKY BEING KOW IN FULL BLAST WE ABE HEADY FOR ANY AND ALL CALLH.
COCIJKAN, BOZMAN &' CO
.McConnelsvillo, Nor. 12 2m.
D. II. MOBTLEY.
C onnlry Itlrrclinnts enn nnl
JOSEPH KKLL Y.
it ii 1 1 1 1 ii
KELLY & SEAMAN,
Doots and Shoes,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
and IScaily Made Clothing.
AImo, tlioy would call tho attention of tho public to their facilities for dlUny orders for
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER.
As they havosocurod tho oorvicesof on oxporionrod cntlor, (JACOB ROLAND,) who will spare no pnins to
mnlfo n "(iood Fit" for all who may cull.
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE!
STORE, Sotith-wo.it Corner of tho Fublio Rqiinro,
October 22d, 18G8 tf
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM !
lamifttcturor and Dealer in
OiiodoarEabtofiho-JIUUlCliYEJiLtfuK," 9 v,
A LIBERAL ADVANCE Pala on Leather Left on Consignment.
AGENT for tho Salo of A. B. 1IOWKS'
LATEST. IMPROVED SlilWING MACHINES.
ColBW,fMITT 1JE1?01112 lY.INO ELSE W If E HE!
O. B. 130ZMAN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
11 iB III
HI 111 I 11
Opiositc the 1'ost House.
WILL CABII FOR
nn nniioi Imt nt ol CooiIh In
II N T I
J. W. riNKERTON-
our line n tow nn nnr In the
iU-C'oiinolsville, October , 108-Cm.
is unknown, you will Inks notii'c flint nn
flic 4ih ilny of Auk ., Wi, Hiry N . Iinnicls ilia
file uit ix-tition in tlio t'nurt of Comiilnn
l'leas, w i tli in nml fi r the county of Mor-(,-nn
nnit Htntu of Ohio, oguinst you, (tho
nhl Alli'n lmnit'ls,) selling forth Hist you,
the n nt Allien Jiiinu'ls, dill commit mlultory
Willi nuo Kllsshctli I vis, shout the ilny
of June, IKfiH, at Ilia oily of Ximrsvillp, Ohio,
Bhil t Ii n t you hnvo siuro live! with the
n ill Eliiiihi'th I'll via in slntnof fldultorv;
euil thkt ehoiit tlio 12lh ilny ol 'October, IHfiS,
yotl wore Rtiilty of cxlrcmo cruelty townrils
thcsitiil llicy N, Punicls, and nulling that
tho s i ill llicy N. punicls bo divorcciT from
yipu Iho sniil Allen Iinnicls, unit thiil proju-r
nllimony bo prnnti d her by suiil court, nml
you nro hereby iiotified Hint suiil nolitiuu
will be for buuring ul tho November term of
IhIiU ol sum court.
Hicy K. Dakifm.
Bam. A- PomKB, her Attorneys.
Beiit. 8, W), Ow.
QCIIOOL BOOKS IN LAROK
kj Hlock nnd grout variety at tho
WE If AVE KOW IN STOCK LAIIOE
iiunntiliesof nil the School llooksused
In this locality, with new ond fresh addi
tions almost ilitily arriving. Our aim is to
keep everything on hum! needed in our
lino, ami we ask the pntronnproof tho public,
iu sustaining first cluss Hook Storo,
We have the best grades of
Inlt, hles-l I'ciin, rnliolderN,'
ft rllliitr I'uiterti, t y Hook,
Mate, 1'4-im ilx, halk t'riiyoiiN,
oud other Goods used in Schools, and at
All Books used in town nnd country
Schools ulwiiys on Iiund, audofl'ortsmiule to
accoiiimoiluto nil purchasers with Goods
whether iu stoek or not.
All other floods usually kcil in Book
Stores constantly ou liuud. -
(Joine oud sco us,
p . ADAIR BROS.
Having just put new nnd beautiful re-
ruirs upon my mom, on the ruhlic&itinro,
am now prepared to accommodute my
customers villi the choicest unfits- I inn
ilctcrmincd not to bo undersold or axccllcd
in the quiintily or quality of mi nt sold.
Thunkltil for )mst luvors I still solicit
shsraofthe puhlio patrouiigo. The high
cash jirico puid fur hides.
Thuso who are iudohtoil to ino on old ac
count nro requested to cull and sollle, ns I
w'li in squuro up my books and will here
after do only a Cash busiuoiss.
CITV KIIAVI.IO bAIJION,
rBf.O IlKOWN, PROI'RIKTHB.
Fred l prepared to do all manner ol
work which enmes williio the sphere of his
Iciritimalo business, tilmvuip, flair C'ut
linir, (Shsinpooihd, Dyeing, done to the
sal isfuct ion of the most lastidous, 8 witches
and Curls aro made to order, and are war
anted In prove satisfactory. South-Kusl
side nt Public Square,
Spring Trude, lsG'J,
Adams & Kalilor
have a well selected stocV of Pry Goods,
Groceries, (Juccuswuro, Uooisand Shoes, ie.,
OliEATLY JIEDUCEO m CES
STODB t Korlh -Wmt Cornrr of Center and
April 2i 1y.
Ifull llouri Wolice.
At a moot in of tho Directors of thn South
Western Itnil lion. I I',, I. ..I. I .... . 1. .. .1. ..
t ti " ... "it 111a ,ia, iih j
of Sept., the following resolution was
Jlfoiveil, That oil creditors of the South
Westurn Itnil Itourl Cmipany holilini bonds,
lilortirnffcs iinliiB ftp i.lKj.ru t ;...ini.i
- - nrt- - ". u I IUIII D L.I
ciluess SKiiunt snid company, are roqosted
rimin nm nnia wiiuiu au uuys, low.
1'. Sprngiio, the Hnnrotary of said Company,
nt MoConnulaviillo, Ohioj and, Hint so fur
as practicable, the snid creditors, attend, in
person, a meeting of the board, lo beheld
at Mcfonnelsvillo, Ohio, Oct. !iUh, IWti'J, ut
2 o'clock, p. 111.
Attest, tv. T. BI'RAGPi, Scc'y.
Kept. U, 1S89.-4W. 7
Jasu:h Haim. JamkiiIIoilkai;.
JJA1N & 1J01LEAU.
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
KPEfM I, ATTENTION GIVEN to
HE1M1H1NG in WOOD ami IKON of
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in OUK
Oivo ui a call on
B t tock Street,
Bctnoon Vaiket nnd Center .Street
May I, Cm.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Impla.
nionts, Duihliug Materials, Shelf Jluril
ware, Cordiigo, House Furnishing Goods.
TIN AND BUERT I It ON WARE
Opposite tho Court House,
H. II. VIHCKKT. W. . VIKCKT.
II. II. VINCENT tt 1IUO..
.'!:'cl,',,,,' "na Jelry, Silver an.l
Stlver-riutcd Ware, musical Instruments,
,"!,n,"urR,,t,lr,lr t Picture Iruinus
MlinitlH BLOCK, M'C.mnclsville, Ohio.
Wulehcs, Jewelry uud musical In.
BENTON M. HABI'En, WHOSE RES-s-
ideuce is unknown, Is notified Hint Mary
E. Harper did on tho loth day of August,
I Mill, li lo her petition iu tbe oflica of tho
clerk of the court of Common I'lens within
aud for the county of Moisu and Hluto of
Ohio, charging the said Fuiitou M. ilurpcr
wilh adultery with ono l'liebe E. Robei ts,
nnd asking that she may bo divorced from
the said onton Jf. Ilurpcr; whloh petition
will stain', fur hearing at the nej t (Noveni
her) term of said court.
Jtf A It V E. HAItrER.
Ry .T. V.. k Fix. R. IUkns, her Alt'yt.
Hep. 17, 'i w.