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JOfHril A . KKl.t.Y. f.IUTOR.
M CON N F.LSV I U. E, OHIO
rrldnr. nr. rv. !.
!P n T NTINO
H" or now prepared to da at uood JO II
FKI VI'I.VIJ an eon he done in the Coun
ty, having TP. . DA VIS in our employ.
In addition to thin, ve fW have thr p eo-
vie knnu that ire will continue to (In JO II
miTI( qt our Ol.ll H iTHS,
yvhuh were a'wayt I.OW4T till II I'NO-
wlioro In I Iip romtly I
L EGA L
d!u A D VER TJSIXG IS DONE
CHEAT Ell IX THIS TAT Eli
THAN ELSEWHERE IX THE
THE GOOD FAITH OF THE
Nuvcr, rnbnlly, In Dm history of
Morgan County, wns tlio pood failli
of 1 1 citi.tMiB better exemplified
than in tho Into jiolilirnl punvwi
for connly of!i'T". Tlio Pooplo'a
movement, enlleil forth as it wns,
by nn cqunl number of our promin
ent rnon of both tho lctiJinir politi
cal parties, wns nr experiment
which has prove 1 tho ability of our
citizens to sever thoir connection in
locnl matters with tlio corrupt con
trollura of Morgan County matters.
To their greater honor, bo it said,
thnt tho breach minlo by tlio Peo
ple's Convention wns not to bo
healed tip by all or any of tho ap
pliances known to party whipper's.
in ; and that threats, ridicule, n
busc, defamation, misrepresenta
tion, bribery, entreaties, and pray
er, tvero all aliko of no avail tho
People ftood tho test of all those
things ; and, in tho face of them,
maintained tho causo which they
had espoused. It is tmo that only
a part of the Peoplo's ticket was
dec tod ; but it is to bo remembered
that that portion of tho Republican
ticket, winch was olcctt, received
very small majorities ; and thistle-;
monstrates that tho groat bulk of
thosti who wero sipts to tho Peo
ple's call voted t! o PiM'plo's ticket
without ft sinuhi sciatch, and that
they wont into the movement with
a determination to vie with ono an
other in nn exhibition of good faith.
Considering the jeers, derision, nnd
sometimes ecoi n, which tho Court
House Ring nnd its supportern man
ifested townrd tho movement short
ly after tho tiekut was put in r.omi
ritit:on; and considering tho pre
dictions nttered by the abovo incn
tioned individuals to tho effect
that "not ono in ten of tho dele
gates to the Convention would sup-,
port tho ticket," and such liko; and
then, looking to tho result of iho
election after all tlio influcnco of a
well organized political pnrty had
been brought to boor to uuf'cat tho
movement, end wo think that no
better oxamplo of tho good faith of
n pooplo could bo produced. The
loaders in tho movement can feel
that, Itt'publicnns anl Democrats,
they joined hands with honest
men, who, when oneo thoir word is
given to use thoir endeavors to ef
fect a common purpose, that that
word is binding, and to bo regarded
as of for more, importance than bid
1ST Mr. Eli Moody, of whom wo
made mention, last week, as haying
met wilh a serious ucoident at
Shepnrd & Dickey's mill, died, from
his injuries, on Monday night.
Irj Read article, on fit tit pago
entitled '-Tho Seaboard and tho
"Them Di-mi-mncs." Tho "Vm
tiluting" ed'tor of the illustrious. "II.
lustrwtod Luminary Herald" says,
in his last week's edition, that bo re
ceived u "pound"' apple, but, curious
to say, it weighed 22 ounces, and
that four of thein would have made
dumplings enough for tho Demo
cratic Central Committee, after tho
labors of tho campaign. That's
nothing 1 Now, Will, stand up
horo eyes front bond erect, and
. liston : Wo know of two "dump
lings," tho gross weight of which
perhaps over 300 pounds one is
Sheriff, the other a Commissioner
"thoy'ro whoppers," they are I
and tho reward of no let's see
yea ; tho Democratic Central Com
initto, of whom ho so knowingly
speaks in bis "dumpling" itt-in,bo-cuuso,
upon his pr; vl,tr it;, they will
always havo "dumplings." And
while "dumpling" uud "toasting"
the order ot iho day, wo would not
bo surprised to hour, at any mo
ment, ns tho result of tho A. P. IX.
., of a btigo cabbngo-heud being
dumped out of tho editorial sanctum
sanctorum of tho "Illustrated." Wo
say, lot all such donations go on.
Givo him u new hai, some one 1
Heavy shipments of opplcs
bavo boon inado From here within
tho past woek. Dculcr hero are
paying about DO ceuU per busbol.
gsr Thanks to Adair Uros., lor a
HaT Tho Has Salt Fin-naco, just
below Malta, wns sold Wednesday,
by Sherilf Murdock, for S8,!00, to
Samuel, John and rotor Miller.
J'arOiir Court ot Common Flcns
is in session. An exceedingly large
number or persons havo been be
fore the (irand Jury.
An nlmoRt incredible amount
of cider lias been manufactured in
this county tins Fall.
The Markets. Flour continues
worth ?(5 per bnrrol. Kggs nro
sellii-g nt our stores for 20 els. per
dozen j butter at 3t) -ts. per pound.
Wo will give a full report of our
homo market hereafter,
t& Nolico all our advertiso
monts, especially tho now ones,
anionirst which you will find thnt
of T. D. Chcadlo, ono of our most
enterprising Merchant Tailors.
I2r A. J. tirny butchered the
best beef thero has been in market
hero this season on Wednesday.
Sn. Ladies hh.nild callon'C. L.
Hall, of Malta, for a nico sett of
We think it ntigonero'is for "the
oldest" loslnp tho"most numerous"
in the face, and expose its titter ig
norance of "tho modus operandi of
correcting imaginary error in them.
A party that professes to have "all
iho God anil Morality" of tho coun
try, should havo expounders, who,
at least, understand tho simplest
provisions of tho organic law of
both moral nnd religious Societ'cs
to guard against creating dissen
tions omong their members. Vide
tho A. F. K. F.
Contest Between Agriculture
and Anti-Agriculture. Great Excitement-Prize, $60.
Reported for the Conservative.
addition to tho unfavorable
condition of tho weather, dunngthe
past week, on last Friday ourhorc
toforo peaceful and quiet towa wuf.
thrown into not a littlo bustle and
confusion by tho stuldon Jawning of
two t-tahvart pugilists. Wo need not,
howover, say sudden; as ninny of
our citizens, perhaps, havo "snuffed
tho battle afar off," and now stand
in great wonder nnd surprise at the.
vigor and fierceness which charac
terizes tho opening of Iho contest.
As to the exact ago and weight of
the combatants, wo will not at pro
sent attempt a description ; but, ns
Anti-Ag claims to havo been born
before Ag, It, of course, naturally
follows that one must Ic ohhr tlmn
the other ; therefore, says Anti-Ag.,
"and it is perhaps well that it w:ts,
tor had it not boon the county might
havo been without either" (I) JJnt
as wo claim to take no port in this
"bruising" canvass, other than to
stand aloof and hidulgo in a philo
sophical view of tho Mtuation, we
will givo tho progtess of tho fight,
so far, in tho following "rounds,"
The "Ring" being cleared, and each
of tho combatants having taken
thoir respective positions, Anti-Ag.
opened with tho
st Hvund''V made some allusion
to the agricultural Board lust week, and
we thought sullieifiitly apooiiic to be
understood to whom we referred.
This well intended "right hander'
was very dcxtrously parried by tho
following from Ag. :
' In your extreme anxiety to venti
late the action of the Secretary of the
Morgan County Agricultural Soci-ty in
tho mutter of printing for that body, in
your issue ot'tho Tltl Dot., you studious
ly avoitl informing your reudfi-s that
you nrn puid Sixty (J'iO) Dollars per
annum by the Bnut-tl of Directors for
tho great ennvniierce ! madn of your pa
per in announcing ".Mulo Hacrs," ic.
Thero being but
slight injury to
oilher party, in this "round," n walk
round was indulged in, when "timo"
being called, both parties camo up
promptly to tho wi-ribe, Anti-Ag.
2u Huumd "We do think, however,
that they have been a little Careless in
entrusting lutnincsi with theSeeretury,
and in allowing him, from selfish mo
tives nlono, to pursue a course entirely
inimieul to tho Lett intciKts of tho So
ciety, ns wo are abundantly ttb'e to
Ibis boing somewhat calorific,
Ag. "fending" with the left, let drivo
a "right-hander," planting tho samo
immediately abovo tho left eye of
Anti-Ag. in tho following manner;
"And yet, after paying you liberally
for tho convenience we inako of you in
a. prising tlio public of our management
of their affairs., you are so ungrateful as
to complain of ma because- I do not givo
you alt the ''loaves und fishes."
This dcliboruto "right-hander,"
struck out from tho shoulder, had
the tendoncy to alarmingly stagger
Anti-Ag., and would havo "floored"
him liko a shot, but for his onco bo
ing a champion Baso Ballist. Tim
blow created considerable confusion
among bolters, who becamn boister
ous in their clamors for their man.
Thin was, indeed, n criticul moment.
So uprorious was the noise, thutonu
would havo supposed that ull Bud
lam bad been turned loose upon Mc
Connolsville. But, upon Anti-Ag'w.
rallying, ho drew himself up ptigil
isticly, liko "Billy Burko," with the
left "fending," and, striking a dam
aging blow from tho "right," opened
tho third round on timo.
3J Hound "In order to securo tho as
sistance of the Press in advancing the
interests of the Society nnd the people
connected therewith, why not employ
a ninn as Secretary who is not govern
ed bv 'ireiudiee iind nnssion. and who
has an interest in tlis building up of
homo institutions and ono that will not
treat them with contempt, and fling
vile aspersions upon the Tress nnd ersf't
in order to grntity ahateiul wisn
At this junciuro of affairs, it was
confidently expected thatAg, would,
with a dextrous "left-hander," dar
kon tho visngo of AntiAg. so com
pletely that further "sponging"
would bo unnecessary. IJul in con
sequenco of AntNAg's, "parrying"
so skillfully "over-head" and leap
ing slightly "to tho rear," tho dis
tanoo was miscalculated, when tho
third round ended with this terrific
blow from both "right" and "left"
out from both shoulders simultan
"The exorbitant iriccs heretofore
charged by you for tho printing of tick
ets, .vc., for the Society, Is the reason
of that work having been sent nbrosd
to bo done, as,' lifter having been en
trusted by the Bontd with the supeiin
tendance of thnt work. I deemed it my
tlutv to have the same done at the Chen-
pent rates and in the best manner, nnd
sent tho work awny from herein order
to avoid paying von two nnd three pri
ces for the same, as well as getting it
done in a neat-r and moro merhnni'nl
tylo tlinn you have been doing thnt
chisg of work."
At tho expiration of a few mom
ents of "pufiing,' "sponging, "rub
ing down," and other recuperative
appliances, ns Istho custom in prizo
fighting, "timo was called." It now
becamo npparer.t that, from tho dis
torted condition of too v'sngo of
ench of tho combatants, tho "bruis
ing" could not Inst long. It almost
beggars description tho face of one
h ad the appearance of a map of the
North of Ireland, whilst tho "wind
ward" sido of tho other resembled
a small boy endeavoring to swallow
a soap-baubblo. Promptly to the
timo however, both wcro "ferninco"
each other ready for tho fth round,
which Anti-Ac. opened thusly :
lA Hound "When n Secretary of nn
agricultural Hoard will d'-cl ir- in the
preseneo of the Hoard that its niwii-
i v that lie should nave the printing
dono l.-ienhero than at homo "in order
to jirrt 'ct the .S.-''i7y again! fraud," Ae.
2sow tho contest waxed warm ; it
wns fierce- ! Ag., putting himsclfin
i position unquestionably superior
to any yet attained, feigned a blow
with tho "left," tit the hanio tinitf
shot outa punishing 1 right-hander"
from tho shoulder, landing it just at
tho left upper corner of Anti-Ag's.
moustache, causing his mouth to
havo the iippcaranco ns if ho bad u
"spittoon," or some other article if
"domestic uso," deposited therein,
and, upon Ag's. following it up ho
en. led the -lib round in tit in wiso :
"So far ns "
thi-i matter, t
iirineiple'' is concerned in
in to he a il- nrth I
of it in your conduct towards the Soci
ty. and ' lilthy locre" your chief motive
and aim. And because I stand between
the Society nnd the vultures thnt would
feed upon it treasury, nnd protect it
from extortion in the matter of print
ing, you find it agreeable, to try to
make vour r aiu-i believe that yon do
tho advertising, Ac., gratuitously for
the Society, ice-n i irh ii not thfaet !"
Tho fight lasted about half n day,
both men receiving very severe pun
ishment. In this lust "round," An-
tiAg. collected himself slowly from
a reclining position, and made a foe
bio "pass" to carry away a portion
of Ag's. left fear, thut it might pro
sent tho appcuruiicu of a "family tic
ket" with a "coupon" cut therefrom
and also show, to posterity that ho
was onco engaged in an Agricultural
King Prizo Fight. Tho "blow" was
miscalculated, and utterly failed to
disfiguro Air. for life, whon tho 4th
and last "round" ended as follows :
"If our prices throughout ninlte ns
good a showing, wo shuil not despair
of satisfying any candid mind int. to who
is "lili hing money," uud who the "vul
Wo shall endeavor to- nppriso our
readers of any further progress in
this Agricultural Trizo King Fight,
us Anti-Ag. says : ''Wo propose
to examine into theso cxhorbitant
prices and seo who iruts them P
PROCLAMATION OF THANKS
PROCLAMATION OF THANKS GIVING.
BY RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. GOVERNOR OF
THE STATE OF OHIO.
Tho rroMik'titortlio UnitP'l Slulcs
Iiuh ect (i)nift Tlnirtiilii)', tlio 8lh
tiny ot Novt'ir.bor, noxt, nn a day of
Tbnrikni,'iviii lo tlio God of Na
tions, fur 11m blcHKifi during tlio
Ohio, bcliiml none in LloRsiii''8,
eiiioulil bo bt'liiii'l nonu in irrntitudo.
Willi liL-ultli, jilotity nnd jictico,
our population litis ttuadily incroas
od ; our indiiHtry Imu boon rowurd
cd with nbiindiiiico ; our public
school, nnd other nicnim of cdiu-it-tion
huvo bornu a year's rich fruit
go, nnd thy Jtolijjion oflhoBiblo
haw blessed nnd checrud uh till.
Tlioriiforo, I, Kutlici lord li. Jinyos,
Governor ol tlio Bluto of OHo, in
complianco with tho religious noiit
imciit of tho pcoplo, nnd tho good
cualom of our fathers, do nppoint
Thursday, tlio 18th dny of Novom
bor, noxt, as n day of Thunkstrivinc
and recommend ull of tho citizens
of Iho State, on ihat day, to lay u
huIo their ordinary purtuiU j tons
Homblo in tlieir hunctunriou for
prayer and pramo, una to ronieni-
ber in thoir womliip nnd nt thoir
hornoH poor und tho Borrowing.
Koruou hu'.h euul, "Yi hoso otier-
otli prniso, glonfwilh Mo." "Ho
that omircMScth tho noor. renronch
etli hi Mukor, but ho thut honereth
linn, hath mercy on tho poor.
In Testimony JIkueok, I havo
hereunto set my hand, uud caus
ed iho 'ireat iSeal of the State ot
Ohio to bo affixed nt Columbus,
this 25ih day of Oct. A. D., 18G9.
Rutherford B. Hayes.
By tho Governor.
Isaao R. Sherwood, Soo'y State
A PROCLAMATION. Business Notices.
raiNTS and Delaines, beautiful styles,
Farmers look to j our Stock. One pa
per of the Ohio Farmer's Condition
reorder hare saved the life of many a
vnluublo animal. KsT for sale by 8.
Sprnguo, and by Druggists and Country
Vlbt best Cotl'ee, Tea, and Sngnr,
Sn.VF.n -ri.ATf.D Rubber-hand Ic
Table and Dessert Knives, cannot
rust or spot, and will not becomo
loose in handle, for salo at
To axt of our readers w ho may want
a good medicine for Stock, we recom
mend tho Ohio Farmer's Condition
I'owdcrs. Wo nro satisfied they arc a
latest stvlo out, ehenp,
German Silver bpoons, by tho
gross, dozen or set, nt tho very
lowest figures, at Vincent's.
Foil cheap lionnuts and lints go
tO G. R. 11 At.MPAY & Co's.
School Books, of all kinds, con
stantly on hand at Iho Book Store
of Adair Bros., and sold at very
Oexts' Taper Collars, all sizes, only
23 cents per box, at SILL'S.
New Goods daily expected nt tho
Book Ktoro. Thrs firm is now recei
ving fresh goo Is every woo. Rv
crylhing in thoir line supplied at
tho lowest prices.
Mon.ua Switches, only
If you want
Baslut call nt
a largo Traveling
IIai.i.iday Ji Co's.
Tinvr.M.tsu, '-'orn, and Feed Packets,
can alwav-t be found nt SILL'S.
Fin. Tea Setts, of choicest White
(oauito vuirc, at pnnio prices, nt
and I'arbon Oil. of
the he.t quality,
Store Lamps Hold
nt Spraguu a Drug
If you wunt a nico Sett of Mink
Furs call and get them booh, as
they are going off fast this weather.
(J. K. IIai.i.iday & Co.
A FINE lot of initial Stamped
Paper just rccicvcd at tho
PLES, WANTED I
at S. C. Brewster's store. The high
est imu Let pi ice will bo paid in
FARMERS, LOOK HERE!
Tho farmers, their wives and
daughters, will bo pleased to learn
t!i;.t ther Misses S. & K. Ilolbrook
t ill rjecive in exchango for goods
ah kinds of Country produce. So
you wives ami daughters ol funn
els havo but to save up your but
ter, eggs, tic , and bring thorn to
town and trade them fur' tnillincry
and fancy goods.
IV noponlnnco with Iho Act oi the Orn
crHl Anion Llv of tlio Klulo of Ohio, pnnnfl
April 27ih, 1SC9, r.-liilirn? to tlio duties nl
i Minty t urniniHHienr-r-, Ac,, (co vul. So,
Ohio I.nwn, pn-.'i-B bi to 6!l.,) neli.-p in lioru
!y given Unit it in the intention nf tlio Com -inir-nionrra
of Mnrj-nn enmity, Ohio, to erect
tno IVfio brirtcM ncrufi Woff Creek, ill Mo
rion i w 1 1 ) i j in kni'1 ciianly ono nt or
m-itr Darkhurst's mill, ami tlio other at
llopkiL' Fril (so pidletli, nenr Iho mouth
nl linidicn linn. Knejj of which will, in
their jii'lKincut, enrl morn than ono Ihoui
nnil tlulinrrt. Hv unit r of t'ommigftionera.
JAM KB n. MtOKEW, Aud. M. C.
Nov. 4, lHiltf Ow.
Notice ia heroliy eiven thnt a rctition
will ho preiu nteii to tho board of l oinnii-
sioucr ut' Morstui cmiiiiy, Ohio, at their
lieceitibcr sejuion, A. 1. Is09, prnvin for
the alteration of u (r'a.leil Slulo romi, on tho
lollowiutt line, to- it i lleffiiiniiiK at John
M (iill. Beu'a mill, in Malta towiikhip,
thence to thornvino trc'st of tho buililinf,-
on the Bhcpiirii Knrm nil Cu'a Lund, thence
up on the wet siile nl thcroTineon tho hem
n uleto an aiiple tr-e on the. north lino of J.
K. Tlioinus' hoiil. thei.ee to a mulberry tree
on inu line oi ii, n lurm com oy I'uvm Ji
Porter, theui-o to the Dmnly Hun bait not ks,
OiMicti followi ni; neatly nlni.ff llui lino of
ilni preseiu tiaveltnl roml to near ylor
lliinner's Ruto, tlii nco down iJry Hun to a
iioiui neiiriy noutli or Hubert M. limine
home, to hero it will intemeet tho olil
mini at or nenr flam Kujjlu Creek, theuco
rearly aloni; tlio ereent traveleil riMtt to
tho iirnvn yaru on the Unci of Ann lluili.
liul-.-a llin rJ Juy of Nov. A. 1). IK..1..
JOJ1N B. t'KAZlCn.
Nov S, lsr.o ttv.
'U K Bribl LS 'JlitldlLAPiT
t-cr Sit rr TsT A
INSURANCE COMP'Y, HARTFORD.
July 1, 3 8G0.
CASH AS. 5.352.532.90
'Hy tltcir fruits yo know them."
LOSHK3 1'AID IN FIFTY YEAltfl,
8 5 . a 2 1.4 8 5.37!!
FIUK AND INLAND NAVIGA
iCCKPTKI) AT iS
B?a. FAVORI5AI.l' KATES AND
As are coniinlont with itolvoncy sutl relis
Oct 2!), 'li'.),
Notice I hereby given that a petition
will lo presumed lo tho Commissioner
Mori;au county, Ohio, at their regular
lueeiiug, to-wit, December 0, IHO", to alter
the county road running between ltoaseau
and tlio Alhcn Uraded road, commencing
ior tititi iiituiuiiou on ine lino uolween llio
lna ltuikhurt' and William 1. I'liouin
aii' land, near the outheat corner
Thomas Bui k hurst' orchard, and thence
intersect the (raded road at tlio curlier
Klizabeih Hteveu'a land j and to vacate
louehofsunl county road a lie between
tlio place of beginning of alteration and
Wolf Creek. WILLIAM I'. TUOMl'BOX
Oct 29, l93w.
U.M. COCI1BAN: -0, B. BOZMAN. J. F. SONANSTWB.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.,
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, FARMING
CORN-SHELL ERS, CUTTING-BOXES, WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, COAL, WOOD AND COOK STOVES,
FIVE SIZES, ALL W A It 11 A N T E D .
FOUR DIFFERENT SIZICD HEATING STOVES.
OUIl FOUNDRY BEING NOW
McConnclsviilo, Nov 12 Ijr.
IN FULL BLAST WE ABE BEADY
FOB ANY AND A LT, CALLS.
BOZMAN & CO.
T. D. CHEADLE,
AKO DIALER lit
M't'omirlst Ille, O.
OPi-COME ONE, COME ALL, AND
pn. EXAMINE MY VEl'.Y RUrEK
VK. IOR STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSI-
HX-MEIlEs!, WHITE FLANNEL, &
5u CA..SIMEKE Sill UTS, DRAW-
WuEllS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES,
tf. COLLARS, NECKTIES, AND
MADE TO OHDEK.
fT rtf'ivttf (he rry
AND AM PREPARED TO
CL 0 T II 1 N G
MEN AND BOYS,
In aecortfanco with tho latest styles.
T. D. CIIEADLB.
7.UIICM1 IIUMllll'NM C'UI'dH.
1 HAS. II. HAKltETT,
And Dealer in
158 Main St.,
(Opiiosite tUa Zaue Iluuto,)
jULLlVAN & BUOWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
HOOK BI N 1) E It S
Illank Hook Mauufnctory,
HK JOII l,HITICA
Our specially. Music, Mugaiine, ic,
bound in any atyla and at tho cheapest
rate. f-Sr Blank Book fur Countiea,
Hunks, Meieliants, ia., beat paper at tho
KaimsvUle, Oct. 16, I860.
IVKUY FA KM K 11 nhould jilant
'Eurly Kobo" TotatooH. Tlioy
are the earliest in cultivation, produce a
bunduntly, uud canuot be aurpasved, as a
table variety. Pure aoed can be had by
culling ou A. P. titulta, iiuuesvillo, Ohio
Call aoon, aa the toek Is small, or
WM. DAV1H, Agent,
ZannvilU, Oct. 18, 1849.
A. ir. WALKER,
A . W. WALKER&GO.
Bell Street, LTalta, Ohio.
Cloth'tnp madn to order on the nhortoot nntiro nnd nt priors to suit th
mios. All oiiu-m norompnnicii vy n
filled. This firm is nlwuys up to tlio latest Cushion, mi, I tviirrnnt tlieirc lo
tliing to stuntl the scrutiny of tlio most fiiKtidious. They kot-p (itiods toscll by
tho yard or in any (-hnpe. to suit purr)iter. I.ndies' Clnnkiiii always On hand.
I AI.lt 1111,1, 111,1 OKI.
NOTION ADD MILLINERY STORE-
G. L. HALL,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALEX IX
Notions and ftSillincry oodw,
VST BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7, 1800-tf.
J. G. WALKER.
rcHponmtiio nnnio will lio promptly
1 III. HI MI Itl.WIAN.
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM ! -
CLOSINS CUT ! CLOSING CUT !
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRIC
ES AT THE GREAT
fsJ .53L H- B22
Which will continue from tiny totlcy I
ff ill bear lu mlml Hint thene GOODS
1UST BE SOLD
VoT THOSE WHO COME EARLY,
WILL GET THE BBROAINa I
4 Large Ktork Kllll to lie Din
llOMfd oi l I
JJ U Hf
Iii Great Varlil),
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON ! I
Cloth ami men's wror, Ladica' Druai goocU
and Triuiiiiln(;a, Long ami Biiiar gtiuwli,
Film nml lliilinuruls, Clnuki ami Mimtillaii,
Ribbons, Glovej nml llonory, Xuliona aud
Fnary (ioods, Curpotiuga and Oil c-lnllin,
ISoota and Blioos, Hutu and Cap, (tlas and
Quueujware. Whito Goodn, Kinhruitlory,
Laces, l'apcr and Linen collars, Looking
Classes and Carpet Bugs, Fresh Fumily
Groceries, and a general line of seasonable
Which we will take plensure in biowing to
lo an who give us a call I
ABHIUNEKS OF 8. C. B.
McConnolivlllo, 0., Out. 15, 180K.
A C A II I .
8. C. Browater retui-na lliuuks to his cred
itors aud tl"' publin for their tyinputliii iu
hi lute iiiislorlunes, a evinced by HurtU
and actions, and hope for a continuance of
tlio same in tlio ellort lie is now making to
rtitrcive In disaster, prouiiimig on hi part
tu usu iiiHwoesti i-xcruous io Bitvu ill credit
ora from loiisc, ao fur u ho can.
, Oct. li, IBM.
iioi si: aii lot i ji'tox-
IV I.I.N I I.I.I'
A Good ItiiNlncNM Stand In
The uhcnber, deiriug to go Wet, will
anil hi house and lot in Mct'onueUvillu.
known a the John Bchryer proporty and
hi priiiorty in Unit nvillu, Morgitn Co., O.,
at LOW K A'l'KS to anv ticairlng to invest lu
Heal fcstato. Tho McCoimt lsvillo property
is in good repair, and very doairable a a
residence. The Unionvillo property i val
uable lor a Htore, ilutel, or any kind ol pub.
lio buaiues. For particular call ou or
adures JOHN Bl'llltYEH,
Moigaville, P. 0.,
Morgan Co., Ohio.
Xng. i, 63- tf,
W AtiOXS AM) C lHKIAUCil.
JaMKK lUlV. .1 AMFR Roil.KAV.
J5AIN k H)ILEAU,
FAHM AND EXPRESS
LATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
SI'F.ri.11, ATT ICNTIuN GIVEN to
Ri:P.IIHIN(i in WOOD nml IRON of
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in OUK
Give lis a cull on
Eotwoon Yiu'ltct nntl Center Street,
Mny I, 6in.
in .si.i:ss caiids.
W. R, KELLY, m. D.
May ho found at hiaolliceon
Tin: soiTH -wi:'r con.cn
At all times, when net absent on rrofos-
Bopt. 21, lHOO-lf.
have a well selected slock of Pry Good.
(iroccriea, Quccnatvarc, BvOtnd 61ioei,4c,
(1 RE ATLT REDUCED PR CE3
STUIIE : orlli-V'csi Comrr of Crntcr and
M ' 0 o n ii o I v i 1 1 o , Ohio.
April 23 ly.
J. T. V li K w,
ATTO RXK V-A T- LAW,
M'C'oNXELb V1LLE, OHIO,
0 F F I 0 E r
Ovor Brewster' Store, near Court House.
A II Col Ir eti on Pfomplly A ttrmlrd lo.
CJaloi'y of .l't.
iv. r:. Tin:sizE
ask tho p-ilillo to cull nnd examine hie
specimen l'hotngrapha, Ferrotype, Am-
uroiypes, uems, .vc, .vc, wlilen raunoi uo
in-passed nny whero. Hu hue porfected ai-raiigemt-nta
whereby any one can be ao
coinodutcd wilh the flneat nt Oil Paintinga
and iiclurenf India Ink Work. 'Kooma
over llooue' Hnddler Shop, In J. C. Btone'a
niriiiiue, center Direct, .M t;onnelville.
Jan 1 ly.
3 toboi't L. 11 orris.
dealer in mechanic' Tools, Farm I in pie
men tu, Building Materia!, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordago, IIouso Furuiohiug Good,
TIN AND SHEET Jit ON WARS
Opposite the Court House,
M ' C o k n i v i u , Ohio.
J. iTTii i'liiTliTlilaiiua, '
-A-ttornnys -A.t Law,
Will alien I promptly to nil busiueaa en
ti uaied to thuiii. bpceiul intention given
to collection:). Office on C uter Street, three
door west of the t'uMic tiiju.,re.
Having just put new and beautiful re-
fair upon my room, on the Public Btjuare,
um now prepared tu accommodate my
eiistomer with the choicest incuts- I am
determined not to bo uiidursold or excelled
in tho quantity or quality of meat old.
Thankful for past' favor I still aolinit a
hare of iho publin putrouagu. The high
cash price puid for hide.
Those who are indebted to me on old ao
count are r quested to call and settle, a I
wish to aqiiaro iiii my book uud will here
after do only a Cash buaiuuaa.