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TITO DOLLARS A ILAIl IX
FRIDAY, . . . Feb. IS, 1STO.
HO! FOR THE WEST!!
Too, sho are going to the "West,
bear in mind tb&t the Steamer
Ca&kix Brooks will leave Zines
villo for St. Loois and the Missouri
River, on the 24th of March, 1870.
For freight or passage apply on
board, or to A. P. Stnltz, Gen.
Steamboat Agent, Zanesville, Ohio.
Feb. IS tf.
xst Monday was Saint Valentine'
For a bat, new, end of the latest
tyle, go to II. Spence's.
$31 Notice new advertisements is this
week's issue. -
p9 Rev. Dr. Stone, of Marietta, is here
preaching in the interests of the Baptist
Church, at the Town Hall.
Bains: is the ItuKKBY Da. On Saturday
xnurning last, a bout forty feet of the Uoke
by Dam, on the west side of the river, wa
carried away. It is thought it will take a
boat fifteen days to repair it so as cot to in
terfere with navigation. The present high
water enables the boats io run, however.
Chtkch Matt ess. During the past month
considerable interest bas been taken here
in Religions matters. The Me-.hodist Epis
copal Church held a protrected meeting fur
some weeks, and wes successful in adding
some to its Membership. The Baptist
Church immersed twelve new converts on
last Sunday, and is continuing ita efforts in
that direction. The Tresbrterians are en
deavoring to infuse a little of the spirit of
Revival into their memoersnip, under tne
direction of Rev. Cvper. .
t& On Wednesday Ere, Mr.
"Wm. T. Miller, of Muskingum Co.,
and Miss Mary Emma Chcadle,
daughter of our townsman, T. D.
Cheadle, were married by Rev. D
J" Rev. John Kelly, who has
been pastor of the McConnelsviIle
Prebrterian Church since Angust.
1863, left here willa family for
Lima, Ohio, on yesterday morning.
The Church at Lima will pay Mr.
Kelly 1,200 u year. May he be
successful in finding a people that
will appreciate his many virtues,
is onr earnest wish.
Elsewhere in this paper will
be found a communication irora the
Auditor, Treasurer, and Recorder
of Morgan County, setting forth
that the election of Land Apprais
crs in this county, with the except
ion of that held in Windsor town
ship, held last Fall, have been de
clared void by the Auditor of State;
and, also, re-distnccing the county,
and making appointments thereup
on, as becomes their doty under
the law under existing circumstan
ces. The error in districting the
county, which has invalidated the
" elections of last Fall, is one very
easily to fall into, as the law rela
tive to the matter is a little ambig
uous. We cannot help eulogizing
the impartiality displayed in ma
king the appointments, as the
appointees are one half Democrats.
HAS THE HERALD ANY
THING TO SAY?
In our issue of January 14, we
charged Assistant Internal Reve
nue Aeeess ir Andrew Kahler with
having charged the Government
$2 36 more for his services in the
months of February, and March.
1869, than his assessments for the
tame " period amounted to. "We
have waited now about five weeks
for our neighbor, the Herald, to
make some answer to this charge
of ours; or to admit its truth, and
enter its protest against such
shameless robbery of the people.
We had supposed that the Herald
would sco in our expose one of the
chief causes of our people believ
ing themselves to be too poor to in
dulge in such luxuries as pike-roads-railroads,
&c, and woulJ immedi
ately set itself to work, with all its
nsual vigor and ability, toward up
rooting such checks upon the ad
vancement of a people; for these
leeches, which are eating out the
substance of the people, making
them poor and, thereby, unable tn
spend money in local improvement,
are checks and stnmbling blocks in
the way of public progress. The
Herald keeps a standing advertise
ment at the top of its local colnmn,
reading; - "Wanted A Railioad
leading to and from MeConnels
ville," and it occasionally bursts
forth with a haUVrolumn or colnmn
of an editorial on pike-roads, and
we bad really expected it to grasp
at anything, and to assist in de
molishing anything tending to such
an impoverishment of tho people
as renders pike-roads and riiroads
things of the uncertain . future.
But it seems we were mistaken, as
this five week's silence of our co
temporary proves. We now ask if
the Herald intends 6aying anything
on this question, -We want to
know if the Herald upholds or
condemns the po!icy of taxing the
people far no other purpose than
that of sustaining old political
hacks and wire-pullers? Como up
to the line, Mr. Herald, and let the
people", bowed down by oppressive
and useless taxation, know where
A Delaware bridegroom was se
verely thrashed and made to sign
tha nladcrH hv his mother.in-lHW
the other day, for .getting drank in
t L ,
iae &one moon.
Burning of the Baptist Parsonage.
O.N Sandny morning, about ore
o'clock, our town was awakened by
the alarm of fire. Everybody turned
out pcllmell, anid hurried to the
scone of the conflagration the Bap.
list parsonage on Market street.
Rev. Cather, the Baptist clergy
man here, and living in the pareon
age, was awakened by his wile a
bout half-past twelve or one o'
clock, who told him that she smell
cd something burning, Mr. Cather
got up, went into the sitting-room,
and discovered the floor in front of
tho grate was on fire. He hastened
to throw a bucket of water on it,
and then discovered that tho fire
had got too fur along for him to
stop it unaided, and started out to
give the alaim. H met two young
men. Tanner Roland and William
Holbrook, and told thorn his wife
and family were in the house. Ro
land and Holhrook went to the
front door, burst it opon, and met
Mrs. C. with two children on the
stairs. She had started with these
two children fot the ft reel, and had
told the others to frllow her. It
seems that two of them had cot
(tightened at the smoke and heat
mid had run back. Roland sprang
up the stairway, and nf-.er consid
erable of a hunt after them, found
them, and cot them out of the hone
without injury. At this time it was
given out that there wan another
child in the house yet, and Roland
again darted on the search. His
search proved unavailing, however,
as the child had got out of the bck
end of the house himself, and un
known to anybody ; and Roland
started for the street aeain, butwas
met by smoktt and flumes almost
sufficient to stifle him. He made
one ppring and lit o"n the stairway,
and succeeded in getting into the
street without other injury than a
By this time the citizens began to
assemble en masse, and every eff
ort was put forth to save the build
ing, but it was of no avail. In an
hour the house and the most of its
contents were in ashes.
It being, fortunately, a very qui
et night, scarcely a breath" of air
Htirnng, tl.e fire was kept from ex
tending to adjacent buildings.
The loss to the Baptist Chureh is
variously estimated at from 5500 to
tn 82,500 ; such is the difference in
human jsdement. Wesnpposeihat
81,200 would be about the real loss.
Rev. Cather nnd family lost al.
most the whole of their furniture,
clothing, books, &c. In fact, we be
lieve they did not save a change ot
clot hing for any of them. A sub
scription paper has been in circula
tion for some days back, however,
which will probably be the means
of restoring, to Mr. C. a full dollar
and cent valuation of all his losses.
Besides this we are informed that
he has received several valuable
It has btren about sixteen years
since the Baptist Church, on Center
street, burred down.
MT. AUBURN COLLEGE.
The next Spring Term begins March
let, and ends May 11th. Summer Term
begins May 12th and ends July 2Sth,
with Commencement. Fall Term be
gins Aug. 23d, and ends Nov. 10th.
Winter Term begins Xov 22nd, and
ends Feb. 17th, 1871 This arrange
ment of Terms enables students to
teach the winter season, and still get
three regular t'ollege Terms, without
falling behind their classes. The ol
lege possess first-class Facilities in each
of its departments, Scientific, Moral,
Fine Art, and Commercial. The Col
lege possesses an estimated net prop
erty of $248 643 00 with an income
this year of $14,000, and facilities to ac
commodate 50 to 800 students, unfet
tered by caste or by political or sectar
ian opinion. The Institution is as tho
rough as is found to be the case in any
College of this or other countries. Im
provements, worth about $60,000 00,
have lately been ndded to the Appara
tus and to the facilities for good, cheap
boarding Over 5,000 of 6,5u6 students
have taught public schools. The ag
gregate expenses of students are but
little over half that of many Institu
tions. Valuable specimens and Appa
ratus were recently brought from Eu
rope by the President. Tuition in the
Scientific and Classical courses, $7."0to
?10.:0 per Term. Board in families
with furnished rooms, $.1.00 to $4.00
per week. Rooms for self or club-boarding.
30 to 40 cents per week. Board
and rooms in the College Boarding
Hall, oa the co-operative plan, noted
for its economy and convenience. Stu
dents can enter any time in the Term,
and pursue any branches they are qual
ified to study. This College is beauti
fu.ly located in the moral and healthy
village of Vt. Union, Ohio, two miles
from Alliance, the junction of the Cleve
land and Wheeling, and the Pittsburg,
Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
The Baptist Church, and Conereratiotr:
present their hearty acknowWegment to
me mentis 01 AictjcnneieviJie and Malta
for their prompt and earnest effort to save
the Parsonage from destruction by fire on
Sabbath morning last. While we much re
gret that their endeavors did not avail
to rescue the property front the devouring el
ement, the loss and calamity are greatly
mitigated by the sympathy and aid then
and since extended to Pastor and people by
a. prncruus puonc
For the Conservative.
Mb. Editor : I wish to express, through
the public press, my thanks to the citizens
of MrConnelsville. for the prompt and will
ingassistance rendered on Sabbath moaning
in rescuing my family aud property from
the flames, ar.d in endeavoring to stay the
progress ot tne fire.
I feel under special abligations to Messrs.
Tanner Roland and William Holbrook for
fromplly bursting pen the front door, nd
etting my wife escape with two children iii
ber arms, and on folio wins, and then rush
ine up stairs and brineinr down the two
that had been deterred from following bv
the bursting af the flames and smoke into
the passage way.
I am also brought nnder renewed obliga
tions to the citizens and friend for the time
ly aid rendered my family, which wouid
now have been almost utterly destitute bed
it not been for this prompt tad generous re
lief. I feel very grateful to God for the preser
vation of my family, and thankful to all for
the assistance and favors rendered. I can
but commend them to that God who alone
can reward them forjtheir kindness to His
asrvank Y. J. CATHER.
APPOINTMENT OF LAND APPRAISERS.
Editor Conservative Permit
tho undesigned to communicate to
the citizens of Morgan County,
Ohio, through your paper, that the
Anaitor of State has decided the
Districting of Morgan County for
the purpose of electing Land As
sessors to be illegal, and the elec
tions thereunder held, except in
Windsor township, to be void. Sev
eral counties in the State are in the
same difficulty, having been misled
by the ambignity and uncertainty
of the law. In accordance with
the law, constituting the under,
signed a Board for that purposo,
wo havo re-distrhted the County,
making each township a di&trict,
and have appointed tho following
named persons Land Appraisers in
the several districts, as follows, to
wn: Dist. No 1. Bloom township, James
Dist. No. 2, Bristol township, Sam-
Dist. No 3. Center township, Win.
Dist. 4, Deerfield township, Eli
Dist. No. 5, Homer township, Selnh
Dist. No. 6, Marion township, Jo
Dist. No. 7, Manchester township,
Daniel S. Wadswyrth.
Dist. No 8, Malta township, Thom
Dist. No. 9, aleig6ville township,
Dist. No. 10, Morgan township,
Dist. No. 11. Penu township, Enoch
Dist. No. 12, Union township,
Dist. No. 13, Windsor t.wnship, C.
Dist. No 14, York township, J. M.
Jas. li. McGriw, ) Co. Auditor.
S. B.Yoctm, J. Treus'er.
Wm. Kirkbridk, J " Reco'er.
McConiielsv.ile. Ohio, Feb. 16, A.
Business, Items, &c.
For the benefit of ticket-holders,
and persons wishing to purchase
tickets in my Free Gift Enterprise,
I will here state that the drawing
will positively take place if thu
number of papers sold does not ex
ceed five thousand; and the number
and value of prizes distributed will
be in exact proportion to the num
ber of papers sold. JoitJt Birch.
J?3T Duncan's Expectorant Remedy
The old and reliable cough mixture that
baa stood 30 years test in the country while
its sale has continually increased new lot
just received at Stone's.
tQr New Goods at Walker's in Mal
"34- A new lot of those beautiful wide
Ribbons for Sashes, now ready and for sale
at Halliday A I'o's.
Mns. Amelia Hobbs has been elected
a Justice of the Peace for Jersey Lan
ding Township, Jersey County, 111., by
a majority of twenty six. This is the
first woman ever elected to office in
Keck Ttv nu bviri ot'the very best
style and at prices to suit the times, now at
Haliiday A C'o's.
85u The best Jnk, Pens, Penhold
ers. Slates, Slate Pencils, Lead Pencils,
and Writing Paper, of all Vinds. are
kept at the Book Store of Adair Bros.,
and sold ery cheap.
"i?a,G. E. Halliday k Co., have afresh
supply of Be mis Patent Shape Collars for
f& The best Btef in town, at all limes,
at I). k C. W. Miiww't'-
A wriu-r in uutut o.uth Car
olina, pronounces the making of
sugar from sorghum molasses a
complete success and considers the
crop a valuable acquisition, and one
that will pay as well rf not better
I. The largest stock and best vari
ety of Stationery of a 1 kinds, constant"
ly in stoc' at the Book Store, and sold
at the lowest prices.
"'Pbars to me some folks are mighty
particular," was the remark of a negro
as a lady refused to let him sit in her
lap in a v-v -rt car
t... .. . . i...a u low as they
can be bought elsewhere, at D. k C W.
While the authorities of two towns
in ainewere disputing who should
support a pauper family three of the
children belonging to it starved to death
OS. School Books, of all kinds, al
ways on hand at the Book Store. '1 his
is the only place in the county where
a full line of these Goods are kept, and
sold at very low prices.
ePICTUREFKAMES. Gilt, Boxwood,
or Walnut, made to order, on short notice,
A young lad ran away from home
and went to a tavern, where he was
found by a friend with a cigar in his
mouth What made you leave home?"
said the friend. Oh. confound it,' said
he, father and mother were so saucy
that I couldn' stand it any longer so
I quit 'em.'
IPS' VIOL1NCELLO. A very fine as
sortment (patent head) will be sold for a
bout half price just the thing for a small
string ban d. H. B. V INt EN T k Bro.
A St. Lons dispatch says tnat a
scheme was developed yesterday for a
division of the State, the Missouri River
to be the dividing line. The scheme
seems to be based on the alleged une
qual division of the offices, both State
ar Bargains can now be had in winter
Dress Goods, Fancy Caseimeres, Ac, at J.
U. btone s.
McConnklsvilxe, Feb. iKh, '70.
Mr. S. Spraohe: Dear Sin I
can truly say in justice to you, and
in the support of a good thing, that
you pave prepared one of the best
articles, under the name
of tbo Ohio Farmer's Condi
tion Powders, that has ever been
used for the purpose of cleansing
the blood, and renovating tho sys
tem in general, of animals. I tried
it in a caso of hollow horn, after I
had failed with the best ordinary
remedies. My cow commenced im
proving in condition and with an
increase of millc before she had
taken the half ot one package, and
by tho time she had taken the
whole of.it. I felt assured that she
was well of tho hollow horn. I
would say to my friends, buy it.
try itl Yours truly.
W. H. ALLARD.
Splendid Patent Picture Frames
at the Book Store of Adair-Eros.
Perrysburg, Ohio, has filled ita ice
house with beautiful blocks ten inches
thick, and is one of the few towns now
ranquil on the ice cream question.
Su New Spring Prints at Stone's.
Ham and Eggs served a Cris,
t&m Furs at reduced prices Before
we return those on hanas to the man
ufacturer we will close them out much
less than their valu. J. B. STONE.
Brigham Yocxg, when he heard of
the bill recently introduced into Con
gress to prevent polygamy in Utah
commenced to sing "Shoo Fly, don t
!u A great variety of reading maf
terinthe way of Newspapers, Maga
zines, Periodicals Books, &c, always
to be found at the Book Store.
Sgl- Fresh Oyster Crackers & Select
Oysters by the can and dish, at Cris.
t. Walker defies the city to get up
a garment in better style than he is
prepared to do.
A Kenosha Wisconsin, man has been
horsewhipped by four women because
he "talked about them.'
tfL- Hoarhound drops made express
ly for coughs and colds, at t'ris. Burck
gUT Nice line ol Black Velvet Ribbons,
just received at Stone's.
An astronomer predicts of this year a
comet of such brilliancy and so near
the earth, that our eights will be almost
as bright as our days.
BPu. New Raisins and Figs at Cris.
V9u It will do any man good to call
a Walter's, in Valta, and see the fan
cy cassimeres they hare They are
nobbv and of the latest st vies. Every
body should call and see them, wheth
er they want to buy or not.
VIS Oranges and Lemons constantly
received and sold cheap at Cris. Burck
What miss will run any man?
McCONNELSVILLE, Feb. 17, 1870.
FLOUR Best family $5.50;
WIIKAT-51,00 per bin-hel.
Ol.RN MKAL-0,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLKY. Spring, $0 90. Fall.Sl.G5.
OATS 35 tents per besbel, wholesale
Hay $15 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKKD-S3.no wholesale.
FLAX 8KKD -$l 75 to 2 00.
BKA NS $2 00 per bashel.
DRIKD APPLKS 6c. per pound.
DR1KD PK A CI IKS 2 00 per bash.
POTATOES fO 40 per oush., at
BU ITER 25 ct. per pound,
KtiiJS 20 cis. per
FEATHER" 75 cis. per lb.
SUtJAR 12 to 15 cis. per lb.
WHITE SUOAR -- 14 to 17 ets.. lb.
COFFKE -20 n 30 cu. per lb.
TKA- 1 1 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES .""orgum 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallo.
SFKUP SI 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
sale. CANDLES 20cs per lb.
SOAP-- hy ar 10c.
COHFI3II 10--U per lb.
SAL1' SI 75 per bbl.
WOOL-40 to 45 da per lb,
SIDKS PicVeLd, 15 cm rr lb.
CARBON OI!,-4ict. per elln.
L'.NSKKD OIL 1,35 p-r eallon.
LARD OIL 2 (lOtper Ballon.
FOR S A. L E ! !
WE desire to sell, between this and the
1st J ay of April next, the property in
Oeeoln, now occupid by Mr. Longfellow.
The Lot is full sized on frout street the
dwelling is a two story frame, six rooms in
good repair, with cellar and coal house, Ac,
large cooper shop on the rear end of the
Lot a well oi good water convenient, and
a grist mill near by will sell for cash, or
on easy payments, as desired, aud will giro
a bargaiu. CALL SOON ; the property
must sell. Assiguees of S. C. BREWSTER,
W OTt S A. ! !
5Containing 96 acres, seven and a half
miles northeast of Ju'cConnel.ville, in Bris
tol townshio good frame dwelling house,
with seven rooms, and other ont-luildngs:
good limestone soil ; several fields of run
bottom ; seventy acres cleared, the balence
spl-udid limber. Orchard of choice fruit ;
a good spring a lew yards from the house ;
the place is well watered, having living
water in each field the year round ; plenty
ofcml; farm convenie.t to churches and
schocls. This farm will be sold at a bar
gain. For further information inquire or
addess 8AM CEL MERW1,
Febl8 3w. Jeigs Creek, Ohio.
Xotiee is hereby given that the under
signed, Sheriff of the County of Af organ,
will, by virtue of an Execution issued by
the Court of Common Pleas of said county,
in favor of Jefferson Osboru aud against
John F Talley, an.1 to hint directed, at 10
o'clock. A. M., on Tuesday, the 1st day of
March, A. D. ls70, at the house of John F.
Talley, in Bloom township, in said county,
oiler lor sale at public auction the follow
ing goods and chattels, to-wit : One (I)
Horse; one (I) Yearling colt ; two hundred
and forty (240) sheep ; three (3) cows; two
(2) three yearold Heifers ; fonr(4) Yearling
Steers ; one (1) Bull ; five (5) Springcalves,
and forty-five (45) Shoa'a. Taken on said
execution as the property of said John i
Talley. Terms cash.
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff M. CO.
John E. Hanna, Attorney.
Auditor of Slate's Certificate
As to the businessand affairs of the
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Or HltTKOID, COKX.,
For the year eud:ng Dec. 21, 1S69.
Capital fully paid up,
Amount of available assets,
2,341 210 72
Certificate or Compliance for
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
, 1870. J
uepurimeni ot lnsuranc
Colcxbcs, Ohio, January 3
It is hereby certified, that the Hartford
Fire Insurance t'-ompany, located at Hart
lord, in the State of Connecticut, has com
plied, in all respects, with the laws ol this
KUte, relating to Fire aud Marine Insur
ance Companies, for the curreut ytar, and
has filed in this office a sworn statement, by
the proper Officers thereof, showing its con
dition and bus:ness on the 311 of Decemb
er, 1 869, to be ps follows :
Amount of actual paid up Cap
ital, $1,000,000 00
A. gregate Amount of available
Assets, 2,544,210 00
Aggregate Amount of Liabili
ties (except capital) includ
ing reinsurance, 1.109,405 42
Amount of Income for the pre
ceding year. 1,763,154 33
Amount of Expenditures ler the
preceding year, 1,464,990 21
In witness whereof. I have hereunto anh.
acribed my name and caused the seal of my
office to be affixed, the day and year above
written. JAMES II. GODMAN.
!. Auditor of State.
JAMES A: ADAIR, Aoext,
BgU A Grjtnd Jury, compose
mostly of Republicans, at the pre
ceding terra of Court, having failed
to find an indictment in tho Sam
Leo homicide case, the Grand Jury
at the present term, composod
mostly of Democrats, saw proper to
indict the parties charged. A
thoae demanding this action would
never rest until they should get it.
it is better that tho case should
have a full public trial and be de
termined, tban that il should b:
constantly agitated to tho prejudice
of the persons inculpated. Zanes.
In Amherst, M.nssachusctls.and in
Meridan, New York, daring a snow
storm recouCy, large balls of snow
rolled up by the wind, were visible
almost everywhere. Some of them
were rolled up with squared ends,
and a lare hole through the middle
like a lady's muff.
Abigail Brown vs. Harrison II. Waile.
Harrison H. Wade will take notice that a
case in bastardy of Abigail Brown against
him is now pending in the Cour of Coir mou
Flea for .Morgan Ceunty. Ohio, that an at
tach sent in said case baa been issued and'
served, and that the case will be for trial at
the Afarcb Tenr, A. D., 1870, of said Court.
JOHN E. A FIN R. HAXXA,
jan28, 6w Attys tor Flaintiff.
Sale ot the Rex Farm.
In pursuance or ao older jjrarUd by I ha
Probate Cart of li organ eouny. Ohio,
we will i-fiVr for sale at puMic a icii"non
Saturday, March 12 h, 1870. at 11 o'c'k
A 31. noon the premises, the l"lltinir
dfcriUtrd real estate situate in II ncltet-
er township Morgan Cnumy. Ohio, known
as ttie"Rcx Farm," ad described as loU
Situate in the township of Manchester,
Morgau county, Ohio, to-wit Situate in the
southwest quarter of section five (i) town
ship seven (7) range ten (10), beginning at
the northwest corner ol said qmi ter; thence
on said line to the fence at the nortboast
corner ot the orchard; thence with said
tence so as to include tne orcnard in
south direction to the margin or top of the
bench or break of the creek : ".hence a lour
the topor margin of the bench or break of
said creek to tne s.iuth line of said quarter
tnence west to tne corner or said quarter ;
thence north half way along said quarter ;
thence west two-thirds across the southeast
quarter ot section six in township and ranee
aforesaid ; thence north to the north line of
said quarter ; thence east to the pla'-e of
beginning, containing one hundred and fif
ty acres, more or less. ALSO, part of the
northeast quarter of said section six, com
mencing at tne southeast corner ol said
quarter ; thence north 14 degs. east 63.32
poles; thence uorth 58 degs. west 15.40
poles ; theuce north 68 degs. west 23-60
poles ; thence south 25 degs. west 59.33
poles; thence south 77 degs. west 19
poles ; thence south 63 degs. west 9.44
poles ; thence south 53 degs. west 10.2(1
poles ; theuce south 45V degs. west 19.20
poles ; tnence south as degs. east 104.12
poles to the place of beginning, containing
23.91 acres. The first of said above tracts
being sub-division No. 5 of said section five,
and hub. o. & or raid section six. and the
second tract being sub-division No. of
said section six. as shown by the plat of
the said sections 5 and six, in tne county
Auditor a olhce.
Appraised at S71 50 00. Term of sale
one-third cash on dy ol sale, one-third iu
twelve month--, and balance in twenty-tour
month, dtfer red payments to bear mtei
est and be secured by mortgage oa the
preraMetr.' - " '-
SAMUEL D. IIARPEH,
LCCIUS P. CULVER,
Exoeutorsof the Will of James Harpe..
E. M. Stan ber v.Att'y.
Feb. 11. 1870 4w
If you want to grow the best apples in Am-
erica send to
C. B. SWEETLAND
Grimes' Golden Stark and 4th
They are the best and most profitable ap
ples in Ohio. The original tree of Grimes'
Golden bss not failed to produce a GOOD
crop of fruit fr over twenty years. The
apples are highly recommended by all the
Horticultural Societies aud Agricultural
papers. I can furnish
jSTO. 1 THEES
3TSend in your orders soon, as the seas
on tor planting ia close at band.
I am also prepared to
FURNISH ANY KIND OF TREES
that may be wanted, whether fruit or orn
amental. C. B. SWEETLAND,
Feb.ll If. McConnelsville, O.
Farm For Sale !
I will sell at a bargain, and on easy terms,
the tract of land in Homer township. Mor
gan county, known as the Joshua Ware
hime Farm. This is a rich pitceofland,
well adapted to cultivation, containing 54
acres, principally cleared, balance good
timber baa su excellent coal bank, alrea
dy o eneit and in condition for workiDg
orchard, buildings, c, will make a good
borne for some one possession given im
mediately. Should any one want more laud,
a small tract adjoining can be purchased
on reasonable terms, inquire soon or
W. P. SPRAGI E, McConnelsville, O.
Jan. 28th, 1S70 r.
Zanesville l!uKlne Car!.
2 B H e
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rv SB H 3 J g
s-f-t - r
ULLIVAN & BROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
BOOK BINDE It S !
Blank Book Manufactory,
FISE JOB PRIXTIXG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
bound in any stylo and at the cheapest
rates. jsff- Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchant, Ae., beet paper at the
Zanesville, Oct. 15, 13v,
iELLY &, SEAHAX 'S COLUMN
1 ;5, tM
CLOTHING ! ! !
ALSO TIIEY WOULD CALL TI1E
ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
THEIR FACILITIES FOR FILLING
CL O T II I WG
Made to Order,
AS THEY HAVE SECURED THE
SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED
CUTTER WHO WILL SPARE NO
rAINS TO MAKE A GOOD FIT FOR
ALL WHO MAY CALL.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FORG00OS
THE HIGHEST MARKET- PRICE I
STORE, Southwest Corner of the Pub
M CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
. V . A-ff
PRINTING ! ! !
NOW PUBLISHED IN SOUTH-EASTERN
THE ATTENTION OF TITE BUSI
NESS PUBLIC IS CALLED TO THE
OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
WE HAVE THE BEST AND LAT
EST KINDS OF
And our ability to get out work prompt
ly ia unsurpassed in this section. We
have a large vaiiety of printing types,
and our rates are such as will not fail
to suit all who may favor us with their
1TE SOLICIT ORDERS.
VJ . R. ITELLX, SO.. S.
May be found at bis cfHre en
THE SOL'TII-WEST CORXCR
IPublic fc? qua re
At all timee, when not absent on Profess
J. T. CREW,
Over Erewsler'e Store, near Court House
All Collections Promptly ItlcnJed to.
1S6J. Fill Trade. fi'J.
Adamg & Kalier
have a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
Gr,ceries, Queensware, Boots jnd Shoes, lc..
G RE ATLT SEDUCED PR CE3
vSTdCE XorMfxtmcrof Center acd
April 23 ly.
Trfcofoert Xi. jNTorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TIF AXP SHEET IROX VTA RE
Opposite the Court House, j
M 'C o w it x t a v 1 1 1 x , 0"k i a r.
IT, C. TRESIZE
asks the piblic to call and examine his
specimen Thatagraphs, Ferrctypes, Am.
hndypes, Gems. k:, Ac, which cannot be
Sin passed anywhere. He has perfected ai
raugemeuts Thereby any one can be ac
(lomodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
aud pictures of India Ink 'Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C, Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'Conselsville.
Jan 1 ly.
MEAT SHOP !
Having just put new and beautiful re
pairs upon my room, on the Public Square,
1 am now prepared to accommodate my
customers with the choicest meats I am
determined not to be undersold or excelled
in the quantity or quality of meat sold.
Thanktul for past favors I still solicit a
share of the public patronage. The high
cash prie paid for hides.
Those who are indebted to me on old ac
count are requested to call and settle, a I
wish to square up my books and will here
after do only a Cash business.
Am w. walker. j. g. walker.
A. V. ALKER
MADE TO ORDER
SHORTEST .NOTICE !
Our PRICE3 will suit the times. All or
ders accompanied by a responsible name
will be promptly filled. This firm is al
ways up to the latest Cushions, and warrant
their clothing to stand the scrutiny of th
most fastidious. Thev keep goods to sell by
the yard or in any shape to suit purchaser j.
Ladies Cloaking always on haud.
CALL. EARLY BEFORE THE
Rl'SKI BEG IAS !
Mar. 19 ly.
C. L. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
cgu BUSINESS DOSE ON A
STKICUjY CASH SYSTEM 153
May 7, lS69-tf.
The Best is The Cheapest !
JE TTi A
INSURANCE COMPTf HARTFORD.
JULY ly 1SG9.
"By their fruits ye know them.'
Losses paid In Ffty Years.
FIRE AND INLAND NAYIGA-
. TION BISKS.
Accepted at as
JSrFAYORABLE RAXES AND
As are consistent with aolreney and relia
JAMES WA THINS. Agist.
Jan. 7, 1870. McfonnelnViJU, O.