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THE CONSERVATIVE. I
TWO DOLLARS A IGAK 1T
" M'CON NELs VI LLE:
FUID4T, i . . June 3,IS?0.
Whereas, At a meeting, held at the
Town Hall in McConnelsville, on the
27th of May, 1870, we, the undersign
ed, were appointed as a Commi tee to
elect the time and place of holding a
Prohibition County Convention, there
fore, notice is hereby given that said !
Convention will be held at th Town
Hall, in JlcConnelsvil'e, on
SiTCBOAT THE ISth DAT OF JCXE, 1S70,
for the purpose of putting in nomina
tion candidates for the following Coun
ty offices; to wit: Treasurer, Prosecu
ting Attorney, Commissioner and In
firmary Director, and for such other ac
tion as may be deemed expedient. A
tor dial invitation is hereby ixtended
tj all persons isi faror of resorting to
tho ballot to obtain proti ction for per
son and property through legal prohi
bition of the manufacture and Bale of
alcoholic liquors in the State, and aJl
each will be acc pted delegates of the
A. W-, iWe,
iiuikin II. Brown,
T. T. Nott,
Elisha Kit by.
June 3, 1S70.
J. T. Crew,
Eli S. Fawcett,
J. C. Murduck,
W. W. McCarty.
LoSt! Los I J Lost!
Lost on June 1st, between the resi
dence of Fleming Al en, oti V oll'Cuek,
and Malta, a sealed env. lope addressed
to Grover fc Laker Sewing Machine
Co., 58 W. 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio,
fiaid envelope containing a report of
the number of machines s Id lor said
Co., by Finey 6z Jenkins, and nine
piomissory notes; viz:
I. One on t. .A. Juicy, datci JJ.ay zu
1S70 , du in 8 mon., lor Sc, payable to
said Company, or order.
2. One on Isaac II. and W. V. Bur-i
re'lfor $f;5, dated the Dth, and due in
6 mouths, and payable to said Compa
ny, or order.
3- One on illiam and Nancy
Brown for $65, datd May 25, due in 8
months, payable to said Company, or
4. One on Sarah Muneer for 55,
dated Mjij- 26, due in 6 month-, paya
ble lo said Cembali v. or older.
5. One en Eli v. Winecup, for ?G0,
dated Mcy27, due in 8 months, pay
ble to sa;d ' ompany, or order.
6. One on T F. arro 1 for $45, da
ted May 19, due in 6 months, and pay
able to ourselves, or order
7. One on J. W, Dearth for $47, da
ted May 19, due in 6 months, payable
to ourselves, or order.
8. One on X. II. Lfopkins for $C0,
dated April 30, due in 8 months, and
pavable to said t'ompanv, or order.
9. One on F. J. Hopkins for 80,
dated May 13, due in 12 months, pay
able to said Company, or order.
Any person finding said envelope,
and returning the same together with
the contents to Alex. Finleyor L G.
Jonkins, cr to the office of Evans &
Jones, Met "ounelsville, will be amply
remunerated for the trouble.
FIX LEY fc JENKINS.
June 3, ISTfl.-lw.
The Prohibition Party.
On last Friday evening a political
prohib'tn meeting was held ia the
Town Hall. After an an effective
ppeech by JJr. L. P. JJarri, tho
praltmimry steps toward the or
panization of a Prohibition Party,
in this County, were taken.
On Mondav the Grand Armv of
the Republic, and many of our cit
izen, joined together in decorating
the graves of our Soldierp of the
Inte War who are buried in oar
Cemetary. I. would have been well
if arranirenieiits had been madefor
anapiro ri:.te Speech.
Makkied On tluSOlh inst,,at
tho Groom's Residence, in McCon
nelsv'll.', by Snrr.cs M. Gsylord,
Jq.,"Mr. Isaac Newton Stall and
Mif-s Lucinda Smith, all of Morgan
County, Ohio. No Cards.
A negro, who represented him
self as hav'ng been born in Manches.
ter, England, and as having been a
traveller since he was twelve years
old, being now thirty-four years of age,
was on exhibi ion here on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week
His peculiarity was that of his abi ity
to make his heart appear to migrate
f ora one to another place in his body.
It was only twenty-five cents to see
the grea plipn 'mcnon.
Z&m A few moro of the same sort
left of Ch'Klrens' shoes at 75cU,
womens si oes at 81 00 i-t Stones'.
-Thofe long-Iooked-for 'VrnrDOW
FIXTURES arrived at Adah's Book Store
on yesterday, and are now ready to go out
over t':e County to supply the wants of the
many anx:oua inquirers after them within
tho pnst few weeks. It is universally con
c -ded that they are the best Window Jix
tu 'Z9 in use. Their cheapness, durability,
aud simple arrangement for rolling up and
uurolling Curtains, especially recommend
them tr all purchasers. Call and aupply
your needs before the stock is exhausted.
S3T What 10 cents will buy at
G. E. Ilalliday & Co's. :
10 Paper Collars.
1 Hemmed Handkcriheif.
1 Bottle Handkercheif Extract.
What 25 cents will buy :
2 pair Ladies' Ribbed Hose.
1 Linen Fan.
J" Go aud ece the high cut,
scollop top, "Star" goat bhoe at
A new supply oTSchocl Dictionary just!
received at Adair's Book Store. Webster' j
TMorial Unabridged Dietiona-y-litat rcvi. ,
ited edition, received this week. All other
kinds constantly J ept for sale. Fo family
should be witLout a good Dictionary. Call
at the rook store aud euppiy yourselves.
A largo lotorSpecUblwjustgriipe,
received at Vincent's.
EMPTY PINE BOXES !
. . ,
An immense lot of T.vptt TVvn Rotes
al: b ize, styles, and kindf, for sale cheap at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
G. A. Xollce.
Members of the Grand Army of
the Republic will please call on
Capt J. F. Sonnanstmo and pay up
their dues. By order of
May 27, 1870 tf.
For the Conservative.
THE GREAT WEST.
. Mr. Emtce. Very many of the
readers of 3'our paper are intorested
in tho Great West; some may own
land; others may have friends and
relations, and still others may de
sire to seek homes in the West,
Having just returned from a visit
to the West, I thought it might not
be uninteresting to some of your
readers if I give myviews of that
In company with Mr. James K.
Jones I left McConnel-ville, on thel
3d of May, and went by way of Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Kansas to
Ft Scott, in Bourben Co., Kansas;
thence back to Kansas city tip the
Alissouri river to Atchinnon, and
bv Central Branch of Union Pacific:
K. E.to Centralis, Nemaha co., Kan
sas, passing through Atchinson, a
portion of Jackson and Nemaha
Counties, in norhcrn Kansas; thence
to Atchinson, St. Joseph, Albany
and ilarysville, in Nodaway Co.,
Missouri; thence across Nodaway
Co., into Taylor Co., Iowa, and
thence to Crtston, on the Bur
Imgton & Missouri River R.E.,200
miles west of the Mississippi River;
thence bv the B. & M. R. R. to
Buriington ln lowa by Qincy R.
to Chicago, and thence to McCon-
nelsville by way of Columbus, ma
king something over 21000 milr! in
the trip. I tried to examine the
country as carefully ns my lime and
opportunity would permit, and in
general terms will s:iy that the po
sition of Illinois, Missou'-i,, Kansas
sand Iowa, which 1 saw in my route,
is iu my opinion naturally a bet
ter country than Ohio, especially
than Boaih-eastern Ohio. I do r.ot
mean by this that every man would
better his condition by removing
to the West, and will give the rea
son hereafter. The southern por
tion of Illinois, along the Ohio &
Miesissipi R. R., 1 do not like; as a
general thing I think the land is
too fiat inclined to be sour and not
60 productive as many other por
tions of the We6t, yet, there are
very many fine farms and farm
districts on that route. Along the
Missouri Pacific R. R. you see
vcry little 'good country between
St. Louis and a point some. 50 miles
west of Jefferson city. Pettis,
Johnson and Jackson counties, in
Missouri, are first-rate farming
districts. Tho R. R. follows tho
streams end the best prairie lands
are tot eeen on the route. Johnson
Co., Kansas, on tho Missouri bor-
. v ' " Vl
tural county; in my opinion the
best I taw in my route. Olatha, a
town of about 2000 inhabitants, is
the County seat; it is situated on a
prairie in a very healthy locality.
Miami, Linn and Bourbon Counties,
Kansas, are all good Counties, aud
yet I think the land gets thinner
nnd more spotted as you pass
through these counties. Ft. Scott
is a fine thriving city of about 5000
inhabitants, is the County seat of
Bourbon county, and is in a fine
healthy agricultural district, one
hundred miles south of the Kanas
river; they now'imagino they arc
quite a city and have their theater
and opera house; scats are as high
as they please to auk, and every
thing is speculation. From Ft.
Scott wo madea6hort trip into Ver
non Co., Mo. The western part of
Ycrnon Co. is a pretty good farm
country; the eastern part is not bo
good. Ft. Scott is south of the
38th degree of Jjatitude, and just
about two decrees south of McCon
nelsville, their winters must be
short, and their climito mud, yet 1
could not see that vegetation was
more forward there than in a Town
at a point 200 miles north. This is
perhaps owing to the fact that the
Winter and Spring has been ex
tremely dry in Kansas ; all of Kan
sas north of Kansas River is very
fino farm District as far West as I
traveled. The wholo of Kansas
through which we passed is under
laid with limestone, the water is
hard, especially in the neighbor
hood of Ft. Scoti, where half the
Town is built of limestone. Tho
whole country must necessarily be
good, for wheat and corn. Some
complaints are made about the
droughth in Kansas, but tbey
claim that observation of amount of
water falling in tho Ust ten years,
sbows'mpro than an average for
Kansas over other States. North
western Missonri, especially An-
A itwt onrl "Vwl - irntt Paii!..
- .v.. "J wuu"n
through which we passed are fine
farm districts. Southern Iowa
ha9 a njce m
Btne and coal, and IB not a good
Irmt country. Apples, pears and
do vcry wclI howoVer, and
they have an abundanco of first
rate water, easily got as any in the
Prairies at a depth of from ten to
. r ..
thirty feet generally. Iowa east
. t. n. . . -
vi n v .wouavtuv Aklf Cly IO IU ukv
6tate of cultivation, vcry little land
not'nnder fence ; and having nice
houses, barnes, orchards and every
thing that makes u country look
nice, Between Burlington and
Chicago is tho finest improved
country I ever saw. The Churches
and public buildings, cities, towns,
farm houses, barnes, fences, orch
ards, artificial or planted groves, in
fact, everything shows evidence of
a veiy rich soil and a very wealthy
people. Improved lands are about
as high as lands in this count' of
like improvements, some districts
are much higher, and somo much
lower ; good prairie farm lands can
be bought in the neighborhood of
Settlement and Railroads at from
6;x t0 fifteen dollars per acre, and
beyond the Terminus of R. R's still
(cheaper, and still further a settler
t it hi
vrr . hnB 1H. f,,!!;-.. nAm
" w .-.. b
vantages over this Country: First
a farm can be inado in tho Prairie
at much less labor and expen?c,
than in an wooden district. Three
good horses or mulos will brake
threo acres of Praiiio per day; two
posts and three boards or four
springs of wire will make a rod of
fence, at a cost of about ninety cts.
on an average per rod. After the
land is broken a man can cultivate
about three times as many acre?
with the same labor necessary in
this country. Nearly all kinds of
ftrm vonrte nr dnne with lmurov-
ed machinery. They ride on a
spring carnage and plant and plow
their corn ; generally driving two
horpes. In one instance- 1 saw a
man plowing corn with two horses
four shovels to his carriage mana
ged bv lever, at his seat, and a top
lo his sea; to keep the 6un off.
They Reap, Mow and Rake all by
horso power, and without much
manual labor. They can do this
much moro perfectly than we
probably can, because their 6oilis
mellow, clear of stumps, rocks, and
roots, and there are no high hills
the country being generally level
or slightly rolling. Again they
have the advantage of this country
in Roads. The country is rolling or
level, the roads straight, the 60II is
porous aud does not fctay muddy
like our soil, no side hilis to slip.
Ten months in the year they have
nice- drivign rovds and the balance
of the time not 60 babas our spring
mud. Tho country is fully as
fully as healthy as Ohio. Wo hear
tho advantago of the West in timb
cr, water and fruit, and are not so
suhjoc( to wind and 6now storms.
Vhh wind storms of tho West are
are the great draw back in my
journyment, and too, I think they
are more subject to droughth, in
some districts than wo aro hero.
The Western towns are too fast for
tho country; they need le6S Law
yers, Doctors, Merchants and Spec
ulators and more farmers, and
farming; stock raising is a profita
ble and sure business in the West
and yet I cannot advise any one
who has a good farm well improv
ed, however small it may be, to
sell and rib!: being satisfied in the
Wept it takes one generation 111 a
new country to make the necessary
improvements to make a Home
comfortable. I do not think la
borers can do as well in the West
as hero, but active young man of
some means can certainly start 111
the West better than hero. If you
go West do not trado for Land or
buy it without seeing it; but get
your means into cash, go West
with your family or without as you
cboote, select a district that suits
and stay there until you see a
piece of Land that suits, buy it. and
stick to it, after while if you are in
dustrious and economical you will
have a good house and perhaps a
Hail Roads are so easily built m
the W est that good Land in a good
district wil! all be valuable at some
day, not far distant.
E. M. STANBERY.
McCONNELSVILLE, June 3, 1870.
FLOUR Best family 550;
WIIKAT-81,00 per bushel.
CORN MEAL $0,80 per bushel.
CORN' 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLKY. Spring, SO 90. Fall. 1,05.
OATS 35 tents per bushel, wholesale.
Ha? $15.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SKKD-33,00 wholesale
FLAX SEKD -SI 75 to 2 00.
BKA Nd-2 00 per b-jshel.
DRIED APPLES 6ci8. per poun.l.
DRIED PKACHKS3 fjO per bush.
POTATOES-?0 40 per ousb., at
CUTTER - 20 cts. per pound,
.0 tia. per doz.
FEATHERS 75 ct,. per lb
SUGAR- 12 lo 15 etc. per lb
WHITE SUGAR-- 14 to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE '20 o 30 cts. per lb
TEA- 1 00 to 1 60 per lb.
MOLASSES Sorgum 50 by barrel, 60
to 70 per gallon.
Sl'RUr $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole
sale. CANDLES 20cts per lb.
SOAP by ar 10c.
CODFISH 1 (feu per lb.
SAL'' SI 75 per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
SIDES Pickeled, 15 cts per lb.
(J A RBON 011.-40018. per gallon.
vii s.vu per gallon.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
MONDAY, May 30, 1870.
Bxef Cattle As will be seen
by the above, there has been an in
crease in the receipts, and the sup
ply bein in excess of tho demaud,
prices declined during tho week
fully 50c per cental. Notwith
standing the concessions made, it
did not lead to much increase in
buisness, and a number remained in
tho pens this evening unsold.
Comparatively few were taken for
export, tho demind being mainly
from butchers. We now quote com
mon 54(a5 50; good 85 756 25;
prime butchers" stuff 86 506 75;
and shipping cattle $6 50(57, per
central gross. Sheep Tho de
mand has been about equal to the
receipts, und the market has rulod
nteady. Wo quote sheared sheep S3
505 per cental gross. Un dipped
are quoted 50c per tenta' less.
Lambs sell at $2 to $4 per head.
Hogs The urnvals were not
large, 6till tho supply was m excess
of the demand, and tho market has
ruled dull, closing at a decline of
25c, per cental on last weok,s quota
tions. We quoto light te heavy
butchers' hogs $8(39 per contal
gross, with a few sales extra at $9
A large and complete lot of SLATES all
sizes, good Goods, and very cheap, received
at Adaib's Book Store on yesterday.
Bgi, Xfcw goods received daily by
Cochran Boznian & Co., Cedar buck
ets, Pine buckett, Tin buckets, aud
tin ware of all kinds. Churns of
4 different styles, 5 different styles
of Mowing machines: Chanpion,
World, Buckeye, Russel, Cuyhoga
Chief. Also, Scythes, Grain Cral
dies, Stoel .Revolving and Hancl
Ilukes and every thing generally
kept in a .Hardware Store.
Webster's Pictorial Unabridged Dic
tionary, Games of Authors, 'Brighi Jewells,"
"Fresh Leaves," "Fresh Laurels," and a few
Miscellaneous Publications, received at the
Book Store of Adair Bnos. on yefctet day.
iST" Black silk lor sacks white
anp Printed Piques for sacks and
suits at Stones.
New atock of RAZORS received at
Adair's Book Store on yesterday. This firm
keep the largest stock and best liue of these
Goods in town. They can also supply you
with a complete outfit in the way of Straps,
Soaps, Brushes, Boxes, ic, very cheap.
t- The atteiiiioi: ot Lady Teach
ers is specially called to our Stock
ot fine Gold Watches which wc are
selling very low and on the most
favorable terms, at
11. B. Vincent & Bro.
ESA new supply ol Methodist Protestant
Hymn Books, iuplaiuand Cue bindings, just
received at Adaib's Book Store.
ttgU Something now in Specta
cles and Eye Glasses is now to be
Si en at Vincent's.
Eor Sabbath Schools "Fresh Laurels,"
"Bright Jewels," "Fresh Leaves," and many
other kinds, now at Adair's Book Store.
A new addition received this week.
I Kelly & Seaman have a large
lot of Hoop Skirts which they will
s'll very low.
pST Fresh supply of Schvol Books receiv
ed at Adaib's Book Store on yesterday, and
a full line always kept in stock and sold at
the LOWEST PRICES.
IST" Kelly & Seaman have just
opened a new line oi Qucenswaro &
Glass Fruit jars.
K3" Wm. Wilson, of thid town,
says the Superior .Nerve and Bone
Linamcnt, sold by S. Sprague, is
the best thing for burns or scalds
he has ever tried. A.J. Gray also
recommends it as tho bent article he
has ever used. Foa sale at whole
sale or retail by S. Sprague, Drug
gist, McConnelsvilIe, Ohio.
A good assortment of Pocket Bibles ill si
zes and styles, nice Gcods and cheap, receiv
ed at Adair's Book Siore 011 yesterday.
Stone is selling more large Brown
Baskets than all the Town hand
some and cheap.
A large and full supply ot School Books re
ceived at Adair's Book Store ou yesterday.
This firm keep all kinds of School Books u
sed in the County, and are not to be under
sold by auybody, far or near.
Persons wanting any kind of
a Trunk can bo accommodated at
Factory prices by Stono.
2-sSrLarge lot of CHALK CRAYONS re
ceived at Ajai's Book Store on yesterday,
and will be sold nt rea?nnnlle prices.
Six Cases of New Goods re
ceived this week at ITillidny & Co.,
from New York, Philadelphia and
UfXew lot of Glass Inkstands, Adair's
Universal Pen Bucks, Steel Pens, Lead Pen
cils, Merromndtims, Tissue Paper, aud many
other GooHo, received at Adaib's Book Store
i& A full ttsaorluieiTt of Parasols
received and selling cheap at
"Fresh supply of harper's splendid edi
tion 0 rE.NSTsox'8 Foe us received at Adair's
Book Store on yesterday. This is the cheap
est edition published, very attractive, and
gotten up in handsome style at a rery low
People wto want good and
cheap Gaiters should examine my
J. B. Stone.
ST-LoU of New Good received at Adair's
fl.wk Store, per 8t.-. "Julia," ou ycftcrday.
Annua I Taxes !
OFFICE of INTERNAL REVENUE,
Fifteenth Co Ie tion District,
Athens, Ohio, May K, 1870.
Notice is hereby givt n. lhat the A
or's Anuual List fortius Dinric 'o'1870.
embracing Taxes on Income fH 1PED, Car.
riagpa. Yachts, RilliMrd Tabl.-.s, Waielna,
and Plate, (mid Special Tuxes) is n-w in
my hands, and caid Tu.vs are now pnvnble.
I will attend ir. persou. at my Office in
Athena, Athens Cuniy.
At the Office of Williiim Gline, in Ma
rietta, Washington Oountj, by William
G lines. Deputy Colleotot :
At the Office of H. O. Smith. Pomeroy.
Meigs Couuty, by II. V. Bniiih, Deputy
At the Office of W. W. McCaity. i"
McConnellsville, Merean County by W.
W. McCarty, Deputy Collector;
At the Office ol John B. Noli, in Wood?-fi-ld
. Monroe county, by JuLd K. Noil,
UNTILE THE 25in OF MAY, 1870,
To teceive payment of iLe Taxs
aforesaid. lfnctpud within tout tiait
the penaltim prescribed by law wiil be
enforced under distraint.
J. L. KESSLNGER.
Collector 15th District of Ohio.
May 13, 1S70 2w.
SlierllFs Mile On Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Taggsrt, vs.
James Carter, et al.
By viruo of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the Court of Citition Pleas
of Morgan couuty, Ohio, in the ubovo enti
tied action, I wiil offer for sale
at public auction nt the door
of the Court House in Mr Coune'iaviHc, in
said county, on Monday the J3th day of
June, A. D. 1S70, nt 12 o'clock M. of said
day, the following described real estate sit
uate iu Windsor Township in the eounty of
Morgan and Slate of Ohio to wit : One hun
dred and Sixty acres, Lot Number 110'J. ia
Section number thirty, (30) in Township
eight, (S) of range eleven. (11.) Also, Lot
Ko. 95 in Mill Lot Jfo. ?4, in townsh'p
ei.- ht (S). and range eleven (11), containing
one hundred acres. Also, twenty-one ar.d
forty five hundredths acres, bcirrpartof Lot
Xo. lllO, township eight (8) and ran.ee elev
en (11). Also, fifty acres, more or less, in
Lot No 96, in township eight (S) and ranee
eleven (11). All of which land is in the
Ohio Company's purchase. Appraised
at $9,000. Terms catb.
A. P. JIAVENEP.,
Sheriff of Morgan county, O.
J. E. HAXNA, Atty. M"y 11, 1670-5 w
Kuth Leitsan, whose residence rs un
known, is notified that John A. C. T.eland
did, on the 13th I:iy of April, 1S70, file his
petition in the OfnVe of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Tleas within r.ud for the
County of Morgan and State of Ohio, charg
ing the said Ruth Leland of being willfully
absent from petitioner for more than three
years last past without just cause therefor,
and asking that he nifty be divorced from
said Kuth Leland, which petition will be
for hearing at the nest June Term ol said
Court. Dated this 13ih ol April, 1S70.
JOHN A. C. LELAND,
By E. M. Stasbeht, his attorney.
April 15 Cw.
Hannah Smith and William V. Fruits,
her husband, whose place of retidence is
unknown, will take notice that a petition
was filed against them ou the 4'.h of April,
A. D- 1870 in the Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of Jorgau nnd
State ot Ohio, by John Gibbins, and is now
pending, wherein said John Gibbins de
mands partition and assignment ot' dr.wer
to Mar-ah 3.Chace, of and in the follow
ing real estate, tO'Wit : Situate in said
county of Morgan and StHte of Ohio, and
known, designated and described as follows,
beginning at the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of section number seven
(7), of town number eif,ht (S), of range
number twelve (12), ot the Ohio Company's
purchase : A chestnut 12 inches, bears
north 13 degs west 21 and"V. O 20 in., bears
north 80 degs west 29 ; thence north -8 degs
wst 51.40 rods toasUke.apopHr 10, north
4f degs east S and a poplar 10, south'39
east 24)i ; thence north 1 dogs east 57
rods to a stake in the road ; thence on on
easterly eourso along the road about 35.75
rods to the west line of the Br.ilicl meeting
house lot ; thence south about three nxls to
the southwest corner of said meeting house
lot ; thence east 16 rods to the e&st
line of said quarter ; thence south 13d-gs
west 57 ro-is to the place of beginning, con
taining eighteen and one-half (SH) acres,
more or less, and that at the next term of
said Court ihe said John Gibbtus will ap
ply for an orderthat partition may be made
of and said dower be assigned in snid pre
mises. JOHN GIBBIN3.
By J. T. Crew, his attorney.
. Atfnilnlslialor'R Autlce.
Notice Is hereby given that the nnder
feigned ha been appoint d and qualified as
Administrator of the estate ol Thomas
Havenoer, deceased, aud late of Morgan
THEODORE CO BURN.
The undersigned hps been ar pointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
liobcrt Welhh.Ute cfMurgan county, Ohio,
Mav". 1S70 3w.
J. C. STOXK. Agent.
nprill5 1870 3m.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER,
all articles pertaining to the
lie has on hand constantly a large and
extensive stock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
II E ATT Y PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades,
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CONSERYAT I V E,
sff" rnhlished every Friday morning in
jjr-Sr MeConncl ville, Ohio, on the Co opo
rtive Plan of publis hitg a county
ST Kewspsper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL. Uesidcs a Greater Tarlelj of
Foreign and Home
pS" Than any paper ever published in
In livery Township In thfe
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
this paper, and to whom
LI II CRAL CASH 1TAGES!
will bs paid.
Job Printing !
While we are Prepared to do ail Vinds of
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Special A.ttention !
To our facilities for prin linj all kinds of
TCS I EU3.
AND - S-UCII JOB
Vrrk in general, as we are supplied with
the best und largest assortment uf
For such pnrpoaes, that arer was in VIc
SOUTH-WEST CORNER- OF.PUB
DRY GOODS, &C.
MADE TO ORDER,
W. R. KELLY, m. P.
May be found at his office on
THE SOITII-WEST CORA'EU
At all times, when not absent ou Profess
Sept. 54, TS69-tf.
A. clams So Ivaliler
heve a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queens ware, Boots nd Shoes, 4c.
Q RE ATLT ZED UCED PBICES
STORE : NorMrst Corner of Cmttr and
A pril 23 ly.
Robert L. M orris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Materials, Shelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TIX A XD SHE ET IROX WA R S
Opposite the Court House,
W, C. TRESIZE
asks the pnblic to call aud examine his
specimen Photagraphs. Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Jcc, Ae., which cannot b
sut passed anywhere. Ha has perfected ar
rangements vhereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
ami pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
OVPT RoOllff'a Sl.dilll.r Slif,r ir, -T f Onn.
. . . - . J-, ... v. WfcVIlt
Building, Center Street, M'ConnelavilU.
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. Ia. HALL,
DEAL EH IN
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. MALTA, OHIO.
t2i BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICrjjY CASH SYSTEM
May 7, lS60-tf. .
gULLIVAN & BROWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOO PRIXTIXG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines,
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. ST Blank Books for Counties,
Banks. Merchants, 4c, best paper at th
Zanesvil'.e, Oct. 15, 1S89.
O. H. tTOODWORTH.
W. C. DATIDSOS.
ISTo. 201 Liberty St.,
FOR TBI S1LB Of
And all kinds of Cocntry Produce.-
Consignments So'icited. Returns mada
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