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TWO DOLLARS A ILAK
FRIDAY, .... July 1, ISfO.
"I Whew! Ain't it hot!
XgL. Bound volumes of Iho Ohio
Laws, lor 1S70, received at the Au
ditor's Office, and ready for distri
bution. K3"-Next Mwclay is the Fourth
of July. It will not bo celebrated
JST" Wizard oil intn gave free
concerts hero on Monday and Tues
day evenings, and sold any
amount of thuir Oil ibr cno dollar
a bottle. . -
rgy- It is currently reported that
Cajt. Benj. F. Power will deliver,
on next Monday, at 2 o'clock, P.
AL, at the Grove in the Eastern
part of the Town, an old-fashioned
-Fourth of July Speech. Turnout,
Enforces! est of the Beer Okdixavce.
A little over one rear a?o. a " Beer
ordinance" was passed by the Town
Council of this village. Owing to some
cause or other, this Ordinance has re
mained a "dead letter" until within
the. last week, and beer has been co
piously sold and drank on all days of
the week, Sundays not excepted, con
trary to its provisions- The Saloon
keepers had concluded tliat the ordi
nanco was not valid, and that their
right to make drunkards out of the
youth of our village, and to make
night hideous with bacchanalian yells
to tho disturbance of the more respec
table portion of community, was un
deniable. But, on last Saturday, an
affidavit was filed with Mayor McCar-
ty, charging that one of the chief
amongst them was selling beer contra
ry to the provisions of the Ordinance,
and on being arrested and brought be
fore the Mayor's Court, he plead guilty,
and was fined fifteen dollars and costs,
and sent to jail for three days. This
created quit a sensation amongst the
rest of the Saloon-keepers, and some
of them began to entertain serious no
tions of quitting the business. On
Monday, another of them was arrested;
and, after indulging in considerable
talk about sending to Zanesyille for a
Lawyer who would come here and
show the Ordinance not' to be valid,
he, cn Tuesday, plead guilty, and re
ceived the same sentence as mentioned
above. On Wednesday, another of
these great humanitarians (?) was ar
rested, plead guilty, and quietly sub
mitted to the sentence of "three days
and fifteen dollars and costs." Who
will be the next one is beyond our
"We are told that the above mention
ed proceedings have caused all dealers
in beer to quit the business. The
question now. arises as to "how long
they will 'stay quit." It is to be hoped
that the lessons they have learned
with'n tho past week will induce them
to "stay quit altogether. It is not
desirable that one portion ofourcom-
mi'.ditv should find it necessary to the
maintenance of our local laws to in
stitute proceedings against another
2ortion which will terminate in the
latter being incarcerated in jail and
subjected . to heavy fines; and conse
quently, all good citizens must join in
the bope that cur local as well as State
laws will be better regarded. . We are
satisfied, from what knowledge we can
gain relative to the matter, that our
citizens are 'determined to have the
'Beer Ordinance" respited; and that
if persons continue to violate it, they
can expect nothing but fines and im
prisonment. Knowing this to be the
case, we advise all to obey it in the
letter and in the spirit, and not to re
sort to any evasions which will 6urely
get them into trouble.
On "last Friday a stranger in
this community hired a horse of Tor-
ter & Pyle, Livery stable keepers, for
a trip to the country. Not returning
at the designated time, some uneasi
ness was felt relative to the matter,
and Fylo started in pursuit of the
stranger. He traced him to Savan
nah, Athens County, and there lost
all trace of him. The horse was worth
about one hundred and twenty five
C2T Benjamin Wilson, aged 24
yours, and son of Eichard Wilson,
ol this township, was drowned while
in bathincr just below Shepard &
Dickey's mill on last Saturday af
ternoon. The deceased was on an
errand to the mill, and thought" he
Mould improve the time he bad to
wait to get his grinding done by
taking a bath. By indiscretion be
got into swift water, and not being
kgood 6vimmcr, was carried be
3'ond his depth, or ability to gain
the shoro. Prompt assistance was
given him by some little boys who
were in bathing at the same time,
but tvero too small to make their
jissistmee efficient. George Sharp
who was in the mill at the time,
was attracted by tho cries of the
boys, and ho done all that it wxs
possible for him to do under the
circumstances. He tried first to
get a skiff that was near at hand to
his relief, bat finding it locked, he
jumped into tho water and endeav
ored to get him to shore. But, the
deceased being frightened and like
all drowniog men, grabbed Sharp
by the legs and came near drown.,
ing both of them. - Sharp succeeded,
however, in breaking Wilson's bold
on him and rising above the surface
of the water. . Ie immediatelv dove
for Wilson, but could not find him.
Finally, after the body bad been in
the water for about fifteen minutes
James In-gget succeeded in finding
it; but all life had departed. The
deceased had tho reputation of be
ing an industrous, well-doing young
man. His death is a severe blow
to his parents, of waom. he was the
Fin. R.IIaii..a,ofSt. Joseph,
Missouri, has our thanks for Mis-
5, The very best violins and guitar,
strings are to be had at Vincent's.
r,Hon. Cyril Hawkins, of the
Documentary Department, Wash
ington, D. C, has favored us with
The Mite Society of the M.
E. Church will meet at the resiN
denceof Vincent Spence, on next
Tuesday evening, July 5th. All are
invited to attend.
B- Best Family groceries in town,
and cheap as the cheapest, at Stone's.
During tho last 46 years, the
counties composine the loth Cou
gressional District have held tho
representation in Congress as fol
lows: Athens, Meigs and Morgan
5 terms each, Monroe 0 terms, and
Washington, tho largest county m
the diEtrict, 2 terms.
E, Cheap chewing tobaco, 50
cents a pound, at sign of 1 ndian Image,
next door to the Tost Office.
2r The lightning, on Monday
afternoon, played a few of its pranks
in McConnelsville. Three houses,
fTm. Fouts' house. II. B. Vincent's
residence and a house now occupied
by Jacob -ilowjand, were struclr.
No serious On ma so done.
SS" U. B. Vincent & Bro. inform
us that their sales of the Diamond
Spectacles have been so great in the
last thirty days that they have this
week ordered an other supply from
Samuel Henery, and his son
Joseph were injured by lightning
in Windsor township on Monday
afternoon. They had been at work
in tho harvest field; and, when the
storm came up, took refuge under
an adjacent treo. The trco was
struck, and both were badly burned.
Dr. J. S. Abbott tells us that they
will get well.
t Twenty-five cents will buy a
ping of good Navy tobacco at the sign
of the Indian Image, next door to the
EgU Cochran, Bozman & Co., have
just received a nice assortment of
Carriage, Sulky, and Biding whips,
ranging in price from ten cents to
four dollars. Also a fine assortment
of Whip Lashes from two feet to
eleven feet in length. Givo a call
t Stockings, socks, suspenders,
gloves. Hoop-skirts, Hair-pins, Hair
brushes, Tooth brushes, Lead Pencil",
soaps, Head-nets, Switches, Braid?,
Blacking, Hand Brooms," Satchels,
Baskets, &c, are only a few of the
thousand things kept at Sill's.
KS, On "Wednesday, an affidavit
was filed with James Watkms, J.
P., charging Town L. Simpson, Su
perintendent of the County Infirm
ary, with committing assault and
battery on tho person of Michael
Grady, aged fourteen years, and an
inmate of the Infirmary. Simpson
waived an examination and was
bound over to Court. -From what
information we can gain relative to
ibe matter, Simpson was justifiable
in giving the boy an ordinary flog
Our stock of tin-ware is unsur.
passed. Pressed milk pans of all sizes
and prices. Call and see them.
F. SILL & CO.
Fourth of July-Business Suspended
ed to elect and re-elect to office indivi
CLly duals like Whittemor nd Dewee?"
The undersigned business men of
Malta announce that their respec
tive places of business will bo closed
on Monday, July 4th, 1870, and
that they will not bo thero to trans
act any bumness:
Bogers, Thornaa & Co.
George L. Dickcrson,
- J. AL Bogers.
Palmer & Vanmeter.
A. W: Walker & Co.
W. W. Wood.
Clarko & Corner.
Joel A. Smith.
S The largest and most varied as
sortment of neckties and collars al
ways at Sill's.'
t& Hearth & Homo for this
week (dated June 25th) contains
the first of a series of sketches en
titled Jethro Throop's Night Thoughts,
by John Thomas, who is no other
than Petroleum V. Hasby. The
great humorist will tako an honest
country boy to the city, conduct
him through the usual experience,
and restore him to his homo a sad
der and wiser boy, satisfied that
the peaceful, hone6t, and temperate
life of the farmer is tho best and
safest life that can bo lived. This
is a lesson greatly needed at this
time, and Nasby is tho man to teach
SSy Cochran,' Bozman & Co., are
now agents for, and are selling 6 differ
ent kinds of Mowers and Reapers, all
of which they warrant not to cut the
Eye Teeth of the Purchaser :
The Champion Reaper & Mower.
Buckeye " "
" World "
" Iiussel " "
" Ohio M "
" Cayuga Chief " "
II. R. Helper, the Impending Crisis
man, denies that he is a candidate for
Congress from North Carolina, and
says;T certainly should not esteem it
an honor to be sent to Congress, or else
where, bv such voters jls have delicti t-
Kitto's Illustrated History of
Mr. Coultrap, the Agent, is in Mc
Connelsville and will give the people
of Morgan Township a chance to ob
tain this most excellent work. Every
one has confidence in the good judg
ment of our Clergymen, and we refer
them to their testimony:
Having in my Library Kitto's Bible
History, I can cheerfully recommend it
to the public.
B. E. EDGELL.
McConnelsville M. E. Church.
I can fully accord with the above.
L. McGUIRE, Pitts. Conf.
Kitto's Bible History is, in my opin
ion, a valuable collection of useful Bib
lical knowledge, and I cheerfully re
commend it to the public.
G. J. SMITH
Fastor of the M. E. Church.
Kitto's Ilis'ory of the Bible is wor
thy of its high reputation. I cheerful
ly recommend it to the public.
H. COOPER, McConnelsville.
So far as I am acquainted with Kit
to's works, I can heartilv endorse the
H. COOPER, McConnelsville. F. J. CATHER
A PEN PORTRAIT.
President Grant as Photographed
by the Man who
A full confession has at last been
extorted from the guilty individual
who inflicted Grant upon the peo
ple. It is Chas. A. Dana, and ho
makeb a clean breast as follows:
As for general Grant personally,
we have neither epite, grudge, nor
revenge. He never refused us any
personal favor, for we never asked
anything of him. save only the ap
pointment of Horace Grieley as
Minister to England; and as he
sent a man there who isn't half as
fit for the place as Mr. Greely, wo
have never borne him any grudge
on that account. But toward Gen
eral Grant as President, wo cherish
a very profound feeling of disap
pointment and dissatisfaction.
There were few men in the country
who had taken moro stock in him
than we bad. During the war,
when bo was digging canals at
Vicksburg. and was on tho point
of being relieved from his command,
Mr. Dana did what he could to havo
him retained at the head of the ar
my in tho Mississippi Vally; and the
effort was successful. But for his
agency Grant mould then have been
sent back to Galena; and in that
event he coull neither have become
Commander-in-Chief ofthearmg nor
President of the United States.
Next, when ho was a candidate
for the Presidency, we did what we
could to secure for him the nomina
tion of tho Republican National
Convention; and then we helped to
get him tho voles of a majority
tho American people. Ail this wc
did simply became wo thought it
best for the country; and all we de
manded ol Gen. Grant was an hon
est, sensible, disinterested, and pa
triotic administration of his office.
Docs anybody think that was too
much to expect of him.
Bat instead of this, his adminia
tration is bad, foolish, weak, cow
ardly, corrupt, anti-American, con
temptible at home, and more con
tcmtiblo" abroad. It is impossible
tc speak the truth and deny that
this is so. It is impossible for an
independent journalise, anxious to
dischargo bis obligations to the
people, to conceal or palliate facts
so fearful and so notorious.
Tho President is incompetent,
lazy, neglectful of his duties, una
blo to comprehend them, and care
less about performing them. He
appoints men to ofSco simply be
causo they have made him pres
ents, or are hi3 relations, or because
soma foolish caprice prompts it.
He degrades the country in the
eyes of all tho world, and 6tands
trembling like a coward for tear of
a corrupt and bankrupt power like
Spain. Tho man who saved the
nation as a soldier is covering us
with, shame as a President.
The population of Great Britain
is estimated to bo 30,800.000. The
births during tho quarter ending
31st of March last were 274,847,
and tbo deaths 194,355. making the
natural increase of population about
80,000 for the three months. Emi
gration carried off 32,027 people in
tho course of the quarter, of whom
nearly one-halt were English, nino
tenths coming to the United States.
Ireland, with one-'ourth the popu
lation, sent off as many emigrants
almost as England. As compared
with tho population the annual
rates of emigration from the United
Kingdom aro as follows: England,
2.C, Ireland 8.5, and Scotland 3.5
to 1,000 inhabitants.
FontrEEN years ago, not a thous
and miles from Alliance, Ohio, Her.
J. 8. G united in tho holy bonds
of wedlock a gentleman and lady
of that locality. After the ceremo
ny tho groom tooK Mr. G aside
and told him that he had barely
enough money to get through his
"bridal tcur,M and on his return he
would pay him his three dollars.
Mr. G -, m his laughing way,
asked him how many bushels of
potatoes he would give instead of
the three dollars. To which he re
plied, "Six bushels, and I will doub
le it every year until paid." Upon
thh agreement beiug made, the
parties scperated, and from that
day to this neither potatoes nor
money bavo been received by Mr.
G -. Tho gentleman who was
married is now a wealthy farmer,
and should tbo minister insist npen
the fulfillment of the contract, which
was duly witnessed, tho farmer
would find that he had quite a dear
wifo. Let us see what she cost:
Commencing with six bushels for
tho first year, twelve for theeeeond,
and so on, doubling for fourteen
years, would amount to eighty-eight
thousand two hundred and ninety
eight bushels, and at fifty cents per
bushel to $49,149, tho prico of a
good sized farm. She is a dear
wife, nnd becoming doubly dear to
her husband ever7 year. An ar
ticle to high priced ought to be
good. Boys, take our advice, and
pay your marrioero fees "on sight."
tf- F, Sill & Co. will make ayery
large increase in their Stock of Notions
the coming week.
BJ'S- New Goods!
New Goods !
EPfU The best and drv est cigars is
at the sign of the Indian Image.
irl- Light and dark prints; muslins,
Buff Linens, white and printed Pique,
Ac , at Stone's.
B- "Shoo Fly" cigars are manufac
tured only by P. Sweeney & Co.,
t?TA- The rush for gaiters has been
so great that we have been obliged to
order a new supply.
J. P. STONE.
B- Tarasols and Gaiters, the two
extremes for Ladies, for sale at great
bargains at Stone's
rm. The ' Crescent Hoop Skirt,"
with bustle, at Stone's.
On Tuesday, the 21st ultimo, in
Rochester, Pennsylvania, Mr. John
Holbrook, of this place, and Miss Sa
rah Scott, of Ilockville, Muskingum
McCONNELSVILLE, June 30, 1870.
FLOUR Best fomi'.y Sj.50;
WHKAT $1,00 perbubhel.
CORN MKAL 50,80 per bushel.
CORN 65 per bushel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Full. 51.05.
OATS 3o tents per buibel, wholesale.
HAY $15.00 per ton.
TIMOTHY 8KKD $3,00 wholesale.
FLAX SEKD--S1 75 to 2 00.
BKANS $2 00 per bashel.
DRIED APPLES 6c. per poond.
LR1KI) PEACH KSw $3 00 per bash.
PO TATOES 50 40 per Dash., at
BUTTER 20 cts. per pauDd,
EGGS 15 cts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUG AR-s 12 to 15 etc. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR-- 14 to 17 cts.. Ib.
COFFEE 20 to 30 cU. per Ib.
TEA- $1 00 to 1 60 per Ib.
MOLASSES Sorguui 50 by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
sriiUP $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whole-
OANDLES--20cts per lb.
SOAP by bnr 10c.
CODFISH lOots per Ib.
SALT $175 per bbl.
WOOL 30 to 40ets per lb.
SIDES Pickeled, .15 cts per lb.
CARBON OIL 40cts. per gullonf
LINSEED OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL. 2,00 per gallon.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
THURSDAY, June 23, 1870.
Eeef Cattle There has been a
fair attendance of both batchers
and speculators at the market dur
ing the past week; and notwithstan
ding holders made a concession of
J to on last week's prices, the
market has been very dull. This
morning there was some little ani
mation, but before tho close it bo
came very sluggish, and about 100
bead were left unsold. Fnces ran
ged as follows. Very best beeves
at SS 23(8 75; generally rates first
quality at $7 50(3:8; medium or good
fair quality, $7 $775; ordinary
thin steers, oxen and cows, $650(3,7;
inferior and lowest grades of cattle,
$4 505 general average of the
market to-day, G 50: extreme range
of prices, $4 508 75. Most of the
6ales were from S7($7 50 per 100
lbs. Of the receipts, 517 head enmo
from Ohio. 452 from West Vir
ginia. 156 from Virginia, and 51
from Maryland. Of the offerings,
718 head were taken by Baltimore
butchers, 98 sold to spoclators for
Eastern markets, 52 to York (Pa.)
dealers, and 8 head to Annapolis
butchers. Total sales for tho week,
Sheep Tho receipts dnnng tho
pasi week havo not been so large as
for several weeks previous, but am
ple for the wants of the butchers.
Lambs nro in fair request. ' Good
coarse wool stock fcheepare wanted
Prices to-day rango an follows:
Fa tr to good sheep a? 45c, extra
5c. per lb. gross. Stock sheep
$1 753 per head. Lambs at 82(34
per head. Iieceipts this week 3;
85o head, fagaiuat C.815 last week,
and 5,114 head same time last
IIoos Continue to come forward
quite freely, and with a limited de
mand the market bas been without
animation during tho past week,
and at the close the tendency is
downward. Prices to-day ranged
as follows: At $12 2512 75 for
tair to prime, and $13 per 100 lbs.
net for extra hogs. Receipts this
week b,6o4 bead, agamgt 7,886 last
week, and 5,G7l head same time
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
John Hoyt vs. Eaeil L. Medley.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed from the Court of Common Pleas,
of Morgan county, Ohio, in the above enti
tled action, I will offer fcr sale at public
auction, a . the door of the Court House, in
McConnelsville. in said conntv.
On Tuesday, the 2d Day of
August) M..V.y li(U,
at one o'clocV. J M.. r ;! t,ri
lowing real estate situate in said "countv of
ouu oiare ui unio, 10-wil: iieiDg a
part of fractional section number three (3)
Township number nine (9), Range number
twelve (12), beginning at the southwest cof
ner of said fractional section, thence fan
ning with the south bonndaf? line thereof
East 161.88 poles to the corner of John Hen
ry's lot, thence running with said Henry's
line Xorth 15 degrees East 67.58 poles to a
stone, thenee 20.40 twiIm n ik. r.. k-
dary line of raid fractional section, thence
running North 21.52 poles to a stone and
corner ol the Josian Ward lot, thence ran
ning with said Ward's line and line of Wil
liam Saltkeld' trpst 180 fid nnloi in . .
- v m muuc
on the west bounds ry line of said section,
mcuco running wun said west line 88.52
poles to the place of beginning, containing
95.40 acres, tin tha anmA i
ceptmg .5 acres of the Northeast corner of
said tract to run from the ridge road to the
grade road and to be off of the North side of
said tract, it being the homestead assigned
to Jane Medley in said premises. Ap.
praised at $2,200. Terms cash.
A Tfc uurrvpn " -
John E. Hanna, Atty. lor ritff.
July Ult 1S70-5w.
Sheriff's Sale In Partition.
Jobn Gibbins vs. JIariah il. dace, et. al.
By virtue of an order to sell and to me
directed Irom the Court of Common Fleas
of Morgan County, Ohio, in the above en-,
titled action, 1 will offer for enle at pablio
auction on the premises in said couuty,
On Saturday the 6th Day of
August, A. D., 170,
at ore o'clock, P. 21., of said day, the fol
lowing described real estate situate in Ma
lion Township, in the County of Morgan,
and State of Ohio, to-wit: BegiuDing at
the southeast corner of the southwest qnar
ter of section No. seven I7, of township
No.eirbt . f8. of range No. twelve 12 .
of the Ohio Company's purchase, a chest
nut 12 inclies; beai-g X. 13 degrees, W. 21
i;V. O. 20 inches, Dears IS. 80 degree?.
W.29, thei.ee N. 83 deereeo, W. 51.40
rods to a stake, a Poplar 10, K . 48 1-2 de
prera, li. 5 & A Prplar 10, K. 3D E.
24 1-2. thence X. "1 1-2 degrees, 57 rods to
a stake in the road, thence an Easterly
cmrsp along the road about 35 73 rods U
the West line of the Bathel Meeting
House lot, thecce South about 3 Rous to
S. W. corm-rof said ileeting Ilou?e lot,
thence E 16 Rods to East line of said qnar
ter; therce S. 1 1-2 West 57 R d to the
place of beginning, containing 13 1-2 acres
more or les?. Appraised at $ .
The raid premises to be o!d Fubj- ct to
tha dower estate of the said Mariah 31.
Chace, thereon afsignrd. Terms of sale:
Une-trurd down, one-third in one y far and
ono-third in two years from the day of sale,
deferred payments to bear interest from
date and be secured by mortgage ou the
premises s"l f.
A. D. HATENF.R, KLC il.C.O.
J. T. Crew, Plaintifl'a Atty.
July 1st, 1870-5w.
Sheriff's Sale on Mortgage.
Administrator of Arthur Taggart vs.
James Carter et al.
By virtue of an order to s-ll, and to
me directed from the Court of Common
rieas of Morgan, County Ohio, in the
above entitled action. I will
sale, at public auction, at the dorr of
tne court iiouso m JIcCtnebviUe.
in said County,
ON "MONDAY THE 1st DAY" OF
. AUGUST A. D., l.S7(T,
at one o'clock 1 M., of said day. the
following described rral estate situate
in Windsor Township in tho county
of Morgan and State .'of Ohio- to-wic:
1. One Hundred and S'lxty acre
Lot number 1109 in section nilnlwr
Thirty (30) in Township Eight (8,) of
nange ,eeven excepting - J wenty
acres convevpd to Alexander Wallas
by James Carter and described as fol
lows ro-wit. IJfcgining at the rsorth
west corner of sa'd lot, thence East to
the eecotd tally stake on the Windsor
. 3 Ml " . 1 . ..
iimu, mence running couiu to tne
south line, of said lot. thence runninsr
to the South West Corner of said lot,
thence running North to the North
West corner of said lot to the plae f
oi ueginnmg. Appraised at ?4.12c.
t. Also .Lot .No. Void mile Lot
No. 24, in Township Eight (S.1 of Range
Eleven (11 containing 100 acres.
Appraised at $2,930,00.
3. Also 21 and forty-fire hundredths
acres, being a part of Lot No. 1110
Township Eight S, and Range Eleven
jll.J. Appraised at $000,00.
4. Also 50 acres more or less in
Lot No. 96 in Town Eight and
Range Eleven (1I, all of which land
is in the Ohio Company's purchase.
Appraised at 1620,00.
Terms Cash.- -
Sheriff II. C , O.
J. E. Hanna, Attorney.
July 1st, 1S70 5w.
To tub Profkietors or tbr Calabar
Graiss axd to thk PrBLic: It gives me
pleasure to add my unsolicited testi
mony to the efficacy of the Calabar
Grains. In headache, dyspepsia, con
stipation, and dizzinessthey w rk like
a charm. In conclusion, permit mo to
say that I have written only wlat 1
know from actual experience and par
ticular inquiry, to be true of tho justly
celebrated Calabar Gbaixs.
.Yours, Very Truly,
C. B. Bozvax.
lie Connelsvilte, Ohio, June 21 3m.
Ba. Calabar Grains are for sale by
The cry is "still they come f
another "big lot" of Trunks, just re
ceived, at Sill's I"
mm mm buy it i
For Sight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES.'!
J.E. SPENCER & CO.
O! N. Y-, which are now uffercd to the
public, are pronounced by nil the celebra
ted Opticians of tbo World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eje
ever known. They are ground under their
own supervision, from minute Uiytal
Pebbles, melted loethcr, and derive their
name, ' Diamond," on account ot their
hardDess and biiLiancy.
The Scientific Principle
On vrhirh they are constructed brings the
core or center of the leus directly id front
of tho eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in the natural, healthy sight, and
preventing all unpleasant sensations, such
as glimmering and wavering of sighf, diz
ziness, c, peculiar to nil others iu use.
They are mounted in the Fiuest Man
ner, In frames of the be-t quality of all ma
terials used for that purpose. Their finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
CAUTION. None genuine unless
bearing their trade mark stamped on every
II. B. YIXCEXT& BRO.,
Jewelers hnd Opticians, ore sola agenfs
lor aiclonneisviue, Uhio, from whom they
can only be obtained. These good3 are
not supplied to Pcdlcrg at any price.
June 3. 1870-ly.
J. C. STONE, Agent,
It LZSIIlti & PR1XTI.VG.
CONSERVAT I V E,
jriT- McConnckville, Obio.on the Co po
3T rative Tlau of pnblibhiug a ciuuty
j2ir" Newspaper, coiitaiu
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL. Resides a irea(er Taricly of
Than any paper ever published iu
In Every TownsliI; In til!
To assist in enlarging the circulation
this paper, aud to whom
LinrnAi. cash wages'.
will be paid.
Job Printing !
"While we aro prepared to do all kinda of
plain Job rriuuug neatly and expeditious
ly, w cull
Special -A.ttcnti.on !
To our faciiities for printing all Linda of
AND "SUCH JOD
Work in pcneral, as wc are supplied with
the bestaud largest assortment of
For such piirpobes, that ever was in ilc
KELLY'S BUILDING !
SOOFH-WEST CORNER- OF PUB
DIIY GOODS, &C.
MADE TO ORDER.
M.M. w m JM. Jl. AV V
liS LI IDE
April 20 tf.
w. n. hell's-, nr. d.
Mav be found at his o.'fico on
TilL SOL'TII-WCJST COKSIIJ
At all times, when not absent on Trofeai
SFR1XG Trade. 1S70.
Adams & TCaiilor
have a well selected stock of Drr Good,
4riceries( Queensware, Buota and Slioes, Ac,
G RE ATLY RED UCZD Fit ICES
STGHE : NorMest Corner of frnltranJ
East Strrets. .
April 23 ly.
Hobert Hi. "A lorri s
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imn-
. . . T). ,:i i: . r . , . . 1
minus, ouuuiEg Jiaicriais, bnelf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishlug Goods,
TIX A J'D SHEE T T It O X WA H E
Opposite the Court Hons,
w. c. tresizf: "
ns!is the public to call and examine hid
apeciraen Thotiigrapha, Ferrotypes, Am
Lrnty pes. Genu, Jkc, io., whitrh cannot bo
suiptKetl anywhere. He has perfected ai
raueiiieuts Thereby any one can ba ac
comodated with the fiuest of Oil raint:n?3
aud picturea of India Ink Work. Hoorus
over Eooue's Saddler Shop, in J.. C. Stone 'a
Biildiug, Center Street, SI'Connelaville.
Jan 1 ly.
ya wM -w
o i l) II E !
C: I,'. H
CO. BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEil
JLiy 7, lSGO-tf.
gULLlVAN & BEOWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Clank Book Ulanufac! orj,
fixe jo a pRi.vriA'G
Our specialty. Sfusic, Magazines, Ac.",
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rales. Blank Books for Counties,
Banks. MercbanU, ic, best paper at tha
ZaueavUle, Oct. 15, 1369.
O. H. TVOODWORTII.
W. C. DAVIDSOX.
No. 201 Liberty St.,
FORTES BALE Of
575rAnd all kinds pfCottntry Troduce.-i
Consignments So!ieiU-J. Retui ns mada
A Liberal Advance uada eu CoaainnienU