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JOSEIH A KJLLT, EDITOR AND TUOPRtETOR.
M'CONWELSVILLE, OniO :
FRIDAT, June lO, ISTO.
IJEXPCRATIC STATE TICKET.
IKCRETART OF STATU,
WILLIAM HKISLEY, of Coy.ihoga.
RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison.
CONTROLLER OF THE TREASURT,
JOHN II. II EATON, cf IMmor.t.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
"WILLIAM SPENCER, of.Lickio?.
THE CONVENTION AND THE
Oux Democratic State Conven
tion, which met in Columbus on ilio
1st instant, put in nomination tho
excellent ticket at the head of this
paper. The ticket is universally
acknowledged to bo a good one,
and will, doubtless, be elected.
Tho following is the platform of
principles adopted by the Conven
tion, and it is gratifying to know it
cannot fail to be admired by all in
telligent voters :
The Democracy of Ohio," coming to
gether in the spirit of devotion to the
ioctrine and the faith of a free repres
entative government, and reiving for
success upon discussion and tbe intel
ligence of the people, deem the present
CDnvention a fitting occasion to reas
sert the following time honored princi
ples of the Democratic party:
That the Federal Government is one
of limited powers, derived solely from
the Constitution; that the grants of
m power made therein ought to be stric
tly construed by all the dependants
and agents of the government, and
that it is inexpedient and dangerous
to exercise doubtful powers; that the
Constitution of the United States is
founded on the fundamental prineiple
of entire and obsolute equality of all
the States of the Union, and it is not
competent for Congress to impose
upon them any conditions or restric
tions, in respect to the internal con"
cern, which the Federal Constitution
has not impos c-d; that the liberal
principles embodied by Jefferson, in
the Declaration of Independence, and
sanctioned by the Constitution, which
makes ours the land of liberty and an
asylum of the oppressed of every nat
ion, have ever been the cardinal princi
ples of the Democratic faith, and every
attempt to abridge the privileges of
becoming citizens and the owners of
soil among us, ought to be resisted with
the same spirit which swept away the
alien and sedition laws from our stat
ute books, and, in order that we may
more distinctly declare our views of
the - measures and policy of the
Jtesolved, That we denounce the
present tariff as well as the substitute
lately introduced in the House of
Representatives from the Committee
on ways and means, as a gigantic rob
bery of the labor and industry of the
county; that they are solely de-igned
to advance the interests of a few thou
sand monopolies, and that they should
no longer be submitted to, and that
no canidate for congress, nor for any
other office, is worthy of support who
is not in favor of a low revenue tariff,
which closely opproximates to free
trade; that in the arrangement of any
revenue tariff all the necessaries of life
should be absolutely free of duty.
Jtesolved, Tnat the Internal Revenue
pystem of the United States is unen
durable infcits oppressive exactions;
that it should be immediutely remode
led; that its annoyances of stamps and
licenses, and taxes upon sales and in
come should be abolished; that the
tax itself should be collected by the
State and CouDty officials; that the
multiplication of officers is wholly
unnecessary, except to eat out the
resources of the tax payers, and that
we pledge ourselves to effect a through
reform in this particular.
Resolved, That we denounce the
profligacy in the present administra
tion of the Federal government; the
corruption which has entered all its
official stations, the favoritism which
overlooking fitness for office has
appointed to positions of public trust
the friends or tools of those who con
trol the public patronage, and the
imbecility which directs the destinies
of the Republic, without an apparent
purpose, and manages its affairs with
such embarrassment and disaster to
the material interests of its people at
home, and with such disregard of the
rights and liberties of its citizens
Jtesolved, That land monopoly is one
of the great evils of our country, and
against the spirit of our institutions;
that the whole of our public lands
ought to be held as a sacred trust to
secure homesteads for actual settlers.
We therefore de nounce the recent ac
tion of Congress in making grants to
mamouth railroad corporations, which
are already too powerful, and may be
come dangerous to a free people.
JlesolveiL, That we regard the act
jeently passed by Congress to enforce
the Fifteenth Amendment as unconsti
tutional, unjust, and oppressive, an
invasion of the rights of tbe States,
subversive of the best interests of the
people, and therefore demand its
Jtesolved, That the power of the
Federal Government to assess and col
lect taxes on the bonds of the United
States, is clear and undoubted, and we
we demand of Congress that a share of
taxation, equal to the fair average
amount levied in each State on money
loaned, 6hallbe assessed and collected
from all investments in bonds.
Resolved, That we are opposed to the
system of National Banks, and demand
the immediate repeal of the law crea
ting them, and that in tho place of the
notes of such banks Treasury notes of
the United States shall be substituted.
Rcsolvtd, That the Democracy of Ohio
sympathize with the efforts of all peo
ple struggling for self government,
and we denounce tho truckling of the
j Federal Administration to Great Rri
; tain and Spain, and the efforts of the
party in power to reduce the whole
States in our Union to a condit:on of
vassalage to the General Government.
Jtesolved, That the thanks of the
Democracy of Ohio are extended to our
Senator, Allen G. Thurman, and the
Democratic Representatives in Con
gress. who, though in a small minor
ity, Lave bravely contended lor the
principles of Democracy, und the inter
cstsof the p'eo le; that upon the fore
going rial form we cordially invite all
the electors of Ohio, without regard to
past differences, to vote for the ticket
this dav nominated.
STATE CONVENTION OF THE
In accordance with a call issued
bv the State Central ';ommittoe of
the Prohibition rjartv of Ohio, a
State convention assembled on
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock,
at Good Tcniplurs' Hall, in this city
Tho convention was called to order
bv L. Ii- Silver. Chairman of the
Central committee, who, after sta
ting tho object of tho convention,
declared it ready for businos3'
On motion, J. Spencer, of Clevc
land, was appointed temporary
Chairman, r.nd W. B. Chadwick, of
The call for the Convention was
On motion of G. T. Stewart a
committee of threo was appointed
on enrollment, who reported the
following delegates present.
Columbiana county L. B. Sil
Cuva'.ioga J. A. Tpcnccr, J.
Odell, Dr. 0. II. Merrick and Geo.
Clarke T. Edmnndsrn.
Crawford J)r. L. P. Harris, Dr.
Delaware T. Evens. Col. J. W
Lindsc), Rev. Ira Chase.
Franklin J. A Sevany, A' Grant,
A. A. Stewart, W. A. Jewett, J. II.
Laimcr, G. Fink, G. Wilson, J. A.
Killen, Kev. H. P. Westervillo, F.
Fleming, G. Sinclair.
Huron G. T. Stewart.
Hardin Rev. J- L. Phillips.
Holmes J. Croco. P. Croco.
Hocking J. W. Stinchcomb, L.
Mvers, E. G. Collins.
Knox J S. McCIcllan.
Lorain J. M. Whiton, J. F.
Muskirgum Dr. W. B. Chad
wick, W. Gray, J- U. Frampton.
Morgan Arza Alderman, J. C.
Morrow T. W. Ewinsr.
Richland Rev. J. M. Feiry.
Summit S. C. Weary, G. O.
Shelby D Loy, E. Lytle, Kev.
G. Lease, G. Toland, B. J. Hoad
ley. After prayer by Rev. J. L. Phil
lips it was on motion ordered that
a committee on organization be ap
pointed. Messrs Odell, of Cuyaho
ga, Sunchcombs, of Logan, and Ed
ma ndson, of Clarke, composed tho
The committee on permanent or
ganization made the following re
port: President G. T. Stewart, of Hu
ron. VicePrceidcntR T. Evans, of
Delaware, and Hugh Grant, of
Secretary Dr. W. B. Chadwick,
Assistant Secretary, G. O. Lacky,
The President was cond ucted to
tho chair by a committee of two,
after which he addressed the meet
ing in ardent and eloquent terms.
The convention then took a ro
cess until 2J p. m.
The convention called to order
by Vice-President Evans.
Tho committee on the selection
of a state central committeo made
tho following report.
First District J. Wadsworth, of
Second H. V. Horton, of Cincin
Third S. Scott, of Dayton.
Fourth D. Long, of Sydney.
Fifth Pev. J. L. Phillips, of
Sixth D. M. Uslick. of Fayctto.
Seventh--A. A. Stewart, of Co
lumbus. Eighth T. Evans, of Delaware.
Ninth--G. T. Stewart, of Nor
walk. Tenth C. C. Starr, of Toledo.
Eleventh Rev. C. P. Taylor, of
Twelfth E. S. Collins, of Logan.
Thirteenth L. Bordell, of Co
shocton Fourteenth E. V. Foot, of Wel
lington. Fifteenth A. Alderman, of Mc
Connelsvillo. Sixteenth J. M. Holmes, of Can
neton. Seventeenth J. M. Barclay, of
Eighteenth F. Schumacher, of
Ninetconth J. Price, of Ran
dolph. The following were selected mem
bers of the executive committee:
G. T. Stewart, of Norwalk; T.
Evans, of Delaware; F. Schumacher,
of Akron; J. Odeli. of Cleveland;
Dr. W. B. Chadwick, of Zanesville.
The committee on platform and
resolutions submitted the following
report, which was unanimously
Jtesolved, That in dcclnring our
independence as a party.and taking
our position among thepolitical or
ganizations ot our age and country,
a decent respect to tho opinions of
mankind requires us to declare the
principles by which wo are gov
erned, and the measures of public
policy which we propose to inaugu
rate. Resolved, That "wo hold these
truths to be solNev ident that all
men are created equal; that they
are endowed by their Croator with
certain inalienablo rights; that
among these are life, liberty Jand
the pursuit of happiness, that to se
cure these rights, governments are
instituted among men, deriving
their just powers from t he CODBent
of the governed;" that whenever
any law, custom, institution or bu-
siness, becomes destructive of these
ends, it is tho right and duty of
the people by the enactment an ex
cution of all necessary, just and
constitutional laws to abolish it.
Jtesolved, That on this basis of
fundmcntal troth, we hold it both
the right and duty of the people to
abolish and forever prohibit the
manufacture of, and traffic in intox
icalinsr liauors as a beverage, and
their importation from foreigr
Jtesolved, That tho traffic is antag
onistic to religion, morality and
knowledge, and these being essen
tial to good government, it is the
duty of the government for its own
sake, as well as for the sako ot its
citizens, to suppress it.
Resolved, That every such evil be
ng malum in se, a crimo against
God "and man, is beyond the power
of government to romcdy by any
provision but total prohibition and
be any process but utter extirpa
tion; and that all laws to license or
sanctify, by pretending to rcgulato
such crimos are insane and infa
mous. Resolved, That it is the first and
chief duty of government to protect
the citizen to tho fullest extent, in
the enjoyment of bis natur.nl rights
of perfon and of property; and
that in the exercise cf this prime
function of protection, our govern--
ment is deficient to an alarming ex
tent, as the large number of mur
ders and othor high crimes through
out the land clearly show; and that
this failure on tho part of the gov
ernment is due to tho mistageu, ir
rational, absurb policy of attempt
ing to suppress crime in detail, in
stead ot striking at its mo6t prolific
source, the liquor traffic.
Resolved, That we approvo and
adopt, the platform of principles
laid down by tho National Temper
ance Convention held at Chicago,
on the 2d of September, 1SG9.
The following resolution was off
ered by Rev. J. W. Lindney, and
Resolved, That in this conntry the
the traffic m intoxicating liquors is
the greatest barrier to the progress
of the Christian religion, and every
friend of Jesus Christ should unite
heart.and hand in removing this
barrier. And wo call upon the
Christian church of every name and
faith, to engago with us in this, our
Master's work, believing as wo do,
that for tho same reason we build
churches, support schools and main
tain other civilizing and christian
izing agencitR, wo 6hould lcBtroy
the liquor tiaffic, because between
these agents and this traffic, thero
in an eternal antagonism and irro
pres6ible conflict that can. never bo
Mr. J. A. Spencer off-red the fol
lowing resolution, which was adopt
ed: Resolved, That wc invito to our
ranks all voters of our state, what
ever their past political views or
connections mav have teen, rejoic
ing in tho fact that there is no great
issue before the country to divide
men on party organizations, save
this of prohibition, and we should
at once rally to tho settlement ot
this great question for the advance
ment of the social, educational, mor
al androligous interests of our land.
On motion a committee ot hve
was appointed to select candidates
or otate offices.
The committee consisted of Rev.
M. J. Firay, of Mansfield; C. II.
Nerrick, of Cleveland: J. C. Mur
dnck, of Morgan; Hugh Grant, of
Franklin, and Dr L. 1 . Harris, ol
After a short absctneo, the com-.
mittee returned and submitted the
NOMINATIONS FOR STATE OFFICES.
Secretary of State Jay Odell, of
Controller ot Treasury inomas
Edmundson, of Clarke.
Member Board of Public Works
Enoch G. Collins, of Hocking.
Supreme Judge G. T. Stewart,
RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS.
The thanks of the convention,
were tendered to several lines of
railroads for their generosity m re
turning delegates free of charge.
Also to the officers of the conven
tion lor the faithful performance of
their arduous duties.
Also to tho Good Templars of
this city, for the uso ot their hall,
and to A. A. Stewart, Esq., for bis
generous and untiring efforts in se
curing a place of meeting, and ren
dering it comfortable in all particu
lars. On motion, the convention
Blue, brown, black, green,
drab, and buff parasols, big 6tock
and cheaper than elsewhere, at
New and fresh reading matter re
ceived daily at Adair's Book Storo.
j" Baskets, any tizo or shape,
can be had at Sill's.
S& After this date wo will re
duce our prices on Summer dress
goods. Don't buy until you Iook
around. J. B. Stone.
WINDOW SHADES, of all kinds,
at Adair's Book Store.
8gy Machine thread, cotton or
silk, all no'e, 'at Sill's.
IS- "Shoo Fly'
cigars are all the
New Goods received at tho Book
Storo this week.
Sgi. A new lot of Sheet Music
just received at tho Music Store.
BEvcrybodj' admits that the
largest and best stock of WALL PA
PER in town is at Adair's Book
Storo. Call and seo for y out selves.
J6- A full line of hosiery, gloves,
suspenders, and notions at Sill's.
Peter's Musical Magazine
fust received at the Music Store.
t& Stoneware at Sill's.
juBlank SmrpiNO Bills and
Smrpixd 6oks uO? at Adflir Book
EPABE FOffi IT !
WAIT FOR, IT
The largest Show on Earth will
Beverly, Wednesday, Junc15;
McConnelsville, Thursday, June 16;
Deavertown, Friday, June 17.
SECOND ANNUAL TOUR.
ETE2YTHHTG KEV ASP BEILLIA5T.
Re-orjrMiIred, Re-modeled and R-deroratd for the
Traveling Season of 1870. Sew and llacnificent Ani
mal Den, New iianiesa. New and CusUy Wardrobe,
Manufactured by John Wanamaker. No. U6 Chestnut
A FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE
BEST CIRCUS TROUPE
EVER BEFORE THE PEOPLE.
Every attention has been paid to tbe Zoological Be
panmeul of this Coiossal Organization.
Have been secured at rreat labor and expense. The
Iodk Line of Cages can bus the fol lo wi ng
ZIST OF AJfI3TAUS:
Vi? AICAIT Er.EriIA3fT.8llm, AFRICAN ZE
BRAS. Dam and CV.lt; WHITE BACTR1AN CAMEL,
orSarfH'am"l of the Oriental: ROYAL BO(iAL
TTOER: MAMjrOTU GRIZZLY BEAR, larcest ever
caprared; CHErAHS, or Hunting Leopards: AFRI
CAN and ASIATIC LIONS, snlendid specimens of
both varieties; THE TRUE IBEX, captured in Abra
ainiadtmnsUie incursion of the English against the Km
!erorlheodorus; Monster WHITE GRIZZLY i-A.il.
In the Dent will be found
African and Asiatic Lions, African and American Pan
thers, Brazilian J.-ujuars, Pumas, African and Asiatic
Leopards, Striied Hyenas, racoes, Grixzlv. Black.
Brown, and C'in Damon Bears, Congers. Spotted Hy
emas, Zbi, Camels, Peccaries. Kangaroos. Bisons,
Dromedaries. W ol ves. Cranes, Ostriches. Lrnz, Jaekals.
Osiireys. Peliwuis. Eagles, Vultures, Wombats. Foxes'
all kinds of Carnivorous. Aqnatic and Rich Plumed
Foreign and Dome tie Birds ; and ma unusually well-
"'VJ fc,sortraen of P. Baboons, afoufcers. SJid
oxhar Minor Animals.
The Kenmtmed ZAon King, '
"lYl" t7",n I" of IJona, Tigers and Leonards, at
each hilniion. showing the POWER Ot" MAN
OVER THE BRTJTK CREATION.
JSilAnl7?!i 7"'be Fe,.to to Afternoon. In the
presence of the Audience. Attest! ve. polite and well
DwusT keepers constant ia front of the Animal
"Will be found excellent In all Ha Department, and
comprise the following Long Array of Talent:
Tht Qtutn iftht htantfi.
LITTLE MARY BROWN.
TJu Prtmur Child Eftultrintn tftkt WrU.
Tht Dashing- Parisimn Eqiuttrunmt.
Mr. JAMES DE MOREST,
Cfied Equestrian Tumiler and Ltaftr.
BURROWS & CON KLIN,
Cymnastt Extraordinary, and Comic Aertlait.
SAM STICKNEY, Jr.
Tht Modem Trtukstcn.
Tht Terrific Chud Swing and Grotesque Clemm.
The American UertuUt.
Trafeae and Gymnastic Exfenient, Elf.
THE BEREIN BROTHERS,
Cymnastt, cVv., 6c.
Kessr. B1L0IT, EUCSLET, BREEZE, EICEAKD
BOS, BAKOIT, LtCLEBQ, tto, etc,
THE GRAND STREET PARADE
Which will take place dally about lO AIL will be
A PAOEAST 0? CRIXSTAL CBAS&ECR.
Heeded by the Triumphal Chariot and followed by th
Long Line of Massive Cages, th Eiepbaul, etc etc
The Exhibitions will be given onder a
Mammoth Three-Centre Pole
Dry in Wet Weather, Cool In Warm Weather, and
Comfortable la all Weathers.
JtEM E.VB Kit Oh Tirkrt admit yrru to both
ClItCVH ami MEKAQEltlE.
tJfc&i Afternoon and
Doors open at 1 In tbe Afternoon, and 7 In th Evening.
Seati for Everybody. Th Canrsgi Brilliantly
Illuminated at Night. DON'T FORGET THB
SAT AND DATE, bat wait for
THE LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH.
One Ticket admits to both Mcngerij nud Circus,
The only African Eland, or Homed Horse, in America, which can be
Born without extra charge.
! ! SEE IT ! ! !
1 1 ,V---JI.' its.
. Each Day
For Tsrlor., Churches ami Lodges, ar .u
peripr in great fullness of Tone, Express
ion, aud Elasticity of Touch.
25,CCO Have Been Sold and
Are Row In Use.
Prices, from $100 to 51,0
For clroulars, jiving prices and styles of
each instrunien address or call on
C. E. KAIILKB,
Ifny 27, 1870 2tn.
John McPermott vs. Tliomis C. ScoU.
B. fore William Beswiik, J. P.. of Wind
sor township, Morgan C'ioty, Ohio.
On ihe 14 h day ol l!ar, A. P.. 1870,
aid JuMiw! isn)-d an Onltr of Atiach
nviit in ilic .hove action for tbe sum of
537 V6, and 20 pn-hnble COBt3.
May 27 1870-3w.
Yj. E. Fillmore & Co. t. Tliomaa C.
Scott. Before William Beswick, J. P.. of
Vindsnr township, .V organ County, Ohio.
On the 2Uthday of l!ay. A. P.. 1S70.
' Ja?tict5 issm-d an Order of Attach
ment m th above ociion Tor tbe sum ol
87, ami interest from July 5ih, 1870,
"Bj ?30 probaple costs.
E. E. FILLMORE 4 Co..
t by A. W. Stewart, Agent.
May 27, 1870-3w.
J. D. Thomas & Co., by John Thonm.,
Thomas C- Scott. Bclut William Cuswick,
J. r., of Windsor township, Morgan coun y,
There was an Order of Attachment issued
in the above uction. by said Justice, on the
23d dny of May, A. D., 1S70, for the turn of
$38 11 debt, and f.IO probable -costs.
J. D. THOMAS A CO.,
by John Thomas.
Mny 27, 1970 .Itv.
Jiimrs Gormly ts. Thomas C. Seott. Be
fore William Beswick, J. P., of Windsor
township, Morgan county, Ohio.
On the 23d day of May, A. D., 1870, snid
Justice issued an Order of Attachment in
the above action for the sum of $12 75, and
$25 probable c-sts.
JAMES GORMLY. .
by James Brannsn, Jr., Agent.
Msy 27, l70,-3w.
QUEENSWA K E !
' CHINA, GLASS, AXD
The subscriber has opened a stora in the
Ilatnblctou Building, North side of (.'e liter
Street, above tho Bunk, McConncIsville, O.
nndlha. opened out a large stock of Qi-kkns-ware
of the finest quality, to hich he in
vites the attention of the citizens of Mor
gan County, and solicits their patronage.
Intending to makethe business a specialty,
he will sell his goods at as low rfctvs as they
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The Quecnsware he oilers took the
At the Paris exposition, over all competi
tors, as the Tory best English Ware. Also
win Keei a lull stock of ulass, el low and
Stone Ware; French China, Lava Ware,
Vases, Mantel Ornaments, and China
Toys; and, from time to time, will be sdded
other article? generally connected with the
business Parties purchasing can always
be certain ol replacing any article that
may be broken, as one cup, saucer, or any
other piece belonging to a cet Will be sold
Don't lail to examine onr goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sold
for cash, or country produce, at market
rates. li. Lu JtlvlJNa.
mar 20 6m.
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
John Stitt s. W. II. McCarty ct a!.
By virtue of an order' to sell, and to me
dirre'ed from the Couit of Common Picas
ol Morgan Conr.ty, Ohio, in tbo above en
titled action, I will ifk-r for sale, at public
auction, at the door ol the Coait House in
McConncIsville, in said Count v, on Wed
noalav tlialth if Inne IfiTfl at 1
o'clock, M., of raid day, the following real
estate, situate in Morgan County, Ohio.
jto-wit: Lot number twenty-nine (29) in
the second addition to tho town ol 41 o
Counelsville, Morgan Connty, Ohio. An,
praised at twelve buudrrd and fifty dollars.
Terms cash. A. P. 11 A YEN EE,
Sheriff of Morgan Co., O.
Ball & Tower, Att'ra.
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage. Notice to Bridge Builders.
Kotice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals will be received at the Auditor's
Oflice, of Morgan county, Ohio, until 10
o'clock, A. M., on Tuesday, July 12th, 1870,
for furnishing nil the necessary materials,
and buildinz the superstructure of a Wood-
cu Bridge of SO foot span across Wolf
creek, at Hopkin s tord, (so-called), in
Marion township. The plan, bills, and
specifications of said bridge is now on file
in the Auditor's Ollice, where the same
can be seen at any time during office hours.
Tho bids'for the stone work of the abut
ments must state the price for the whole
job complete, including all tho necessary
excavating and timbers for the bottom of
said abutments. The Commissioners re
serve the privilege of rejecting any or all
of said bids. The contractors will be re
quired to give bond for the faithful per
formance of their contracts.
By order of Commissioners.
JA.VES B. McGKEW, Aud. M. C, O.
June 3, 1870 6w.
Maria A. Tryan is notified that William
E. Tryan has filed a petition in the Court
of Common Plc7s for Morgan county, Ohio,
for a divorce from the said Maria A. on
accouut of three years and more of willful
absence. The case will be for trial at the
October term, A. D., 1870, of said court.
JOHN' E. HANNA, att'y for plaintiff.
June3; 170 6iy. ,
jinclo w Shades,
AN IMMENSE STOCK ! !
SPLENDID VARIETY OF PAT
TERNS. GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES!!
W hav now in stock the largest and
most excellent assortment of Wall Paper
and Window Shades ever brought to Mc
Connelsville, and are determined to sell the
sameatsuch low figures as that it will bean
inducement for everybody to purchase tneir
supplies from us. Our stock is especially
attractive this season, comprising all kind,
of Paper for Dwellings, Public Halls, Chur
ches, Offices, Stores, Shops, Sec, in the very
greatest variety of patterns, and of such de
sirable styles, thai all cannot fail to besui
ted. We have
In greater variety and larger stock than
heretofore elegant patterns, choice Goods,
and fair price.. Our Clotu Siudks are very
handsome, in Green, Buff, Pearl, Brown and
other desirable colors, and elegantly figur
ed. We have a splendid article of Oil
cloth. Green and Buff American ami Eng
lih Hollands, and n larger stock of Windoi
Paper, plain and figurrd, than ever before.
AlrtO, WINDOW FIXTURES,
Of the most improved kind, and so simple in
construction and working, that everybody
that'have used them will have no other.
Our Stock of
Transom Taper. Ac.,
is complete, and we invite everybody want
ing Goods in our line to give as a call, as we
are confident of pleasing them in Goods and
prices. ADAIR BKOS.
Bool and Shors.
w K 2
H. M. rOCHRRlX. C . BOZMAN.
J. r. SOXKAKSTIXK.
SOFTII-WEST SIDE OF THE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &CAC.
Given to the
in this locality for the sale of th
Mowers & Heapers,
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper.
Cook & Heating Stoves,
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stoves in the country ; all kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettles,
aud Salt Flanges, Sugar Kettles, Pots, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
ernsofPlow Points. Machine Castings for
Steamboats, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and Reapers ; also Cast Iron Chimney
Tops. Window Caps, Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School-
House Desks anc beats.
Hare constantly on hand, manufactured to
their order, all manner of Tin -ware, Stove
r.r.rn.tnrers of Water Tweers, Mandrills,
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
itemprnoer me t iacn :
Soth-wcst Side of the Public Square
TENTHCUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
TO. BE SOLD!
REGARDLESS OF EVERYTHING,
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
Best Rio Coffee, 4 pounds $1 00
Prime Rio Coffee, A 1-2 lb, for 51 00
Good RioCoffeee, 5 lbs for $L CO
Government Java, per pound, 30
Roasted Coffea per pound, 25
10 lbB.Good N. Orleans Sugar for $1 00
8 lh8. Fair N. O. Sugar, for fl 00
8 lba. Choice N. Orleans Sugar, $1 00
7 1-2' lbs. choice Pemarara, 51 CO
7 1-2 lba. Best White'X. O. Sugar tl CO
6 1-2 lbs. Crushed Sugar for ?1 f 0
6 1-2 lbs. Pulverized Whito Sugar $1 00
SAA11 other kinds in proportion.
Best Young Hyson, sold all over
the country for $2 per lb. f 1 5t
Extra Young Hyson,
Good Young Hyson,
Best Black Tea,
Fine Quality of Syrup, per gal., $1 00
New Orleans Molasses per gal-, $P
Sorghum Molasses, per gal., 51
Rest Richmond RIack !5a-
vy Pound, per lb. SO
Rest Richmond RIack !Va-
vy, lialie. & qrs. per lb. SO
Extra Richmond blk. Xa-
v j, halve & qrs. per lb. 15
Good Richmond blk. .a-
vy, halved & qrs. per lb. CO
Golden riakeper lb. $1 CO
Rent bright fives per lb. S5
Rrighf Xavy per lb. SO
Louisville and Kentucky
brands, good, sound and war
ranted, sold In proporticu
with the above prices.
J??uPur Rye, Bourbon, & CornAVhis
ki"f ; Pale and French Brandies ; llo!
land Gin ; Pure Imported Port Wine
Blackberry Brandy ; Cherry Wine, Ac-,
which we warrant equal, if n t super
ior, to any sold in the market; and
which we se 1 for Medical purposes,
and only in strict accordance with the
S'ate Liquor Laws.
Carbon Oil per gal., 25
Pure English Soda, 12 lbs. for 91 CO
Sifted Pepper IGrainj pr lb, 40
Cod Fish per lb., .10
Best quality of Brooms each, 30
Five two-pound can Tomatoes, 1 00
Four two-pound can Peaches, 1 CO
12 lbs. Carolina Rice for 1 00
Harris' Sugar Cured Dried Beef,
per lb., 25
One dozen of No. 1 XXX Flint
Glass Chimneys for 1C0
English Currants, 5 lbc. for 1 CO
Cranberries per quart, 10
18 bars Star Soap for 1 00
20 bars Rosin Soap for 1 00
ALL GOODS SOLD ARE
WARRANTED ! !
Or the money refunded.
5-Cash paid for Butter, Eggs, and all
kinds of Produce Everybo
dy is invited to call.
POSITIVELY NO GOODS SOLD
DON r FORGET THE PLACE,
D. II. M0IITLEY &C0.,