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TITO DOLLARS A YEAR IS
FRIDAY, . . . July 29,1ST0.
Problbltlen County Ticket.
FO TtBAfXIKR, - ' j
FOR PROSECTTreO ATTORXKT.'
J O is II U A T. CREW.
WILLIAM II. COOL.
FOB IK n KMART DIRECTOR,
SIMPKIN H . BROWN.
The Conservative for the Campaign.
You can have the Cckkertatitb, for
friends of the tw'per are solicited to act
as Agents for -it. Uet op your nubs.
The irrepressible J. M. G. has been
verv busily eneaced. during ; the two ;
weeks last past,' in! circulating and
causing to be'circulated a slip, printed
at the Herald office, which purports to
be a Call for a "Democratic County
Convention," and which is intended
to be circulated in the country only,
where we w ould not be apt to get hold
of it. J. 1L G. was very careful not
circulate anyof them about town, and
was very choice as to the countrymen
he enfru3ted his precious documents
to the care of, being fearful we would
learn of the falsehoods they contain,
and expose them. But "the beet laid
vrians of men and mice" have come to
grief from time immemorial, and J. M.
G. and his circulars are destined to
be no exception to the stern decree
One day last week J. IT. G.-! button
holed one of our staunchest Democrats
from the country, and thrust into his
hands, in a stealthy manner, t wo of the
aforesaid circulars, and told him not
to show them in town, but to. take
them home and read them, and - then
circulate them among his neighbors.
The countrymen" took the circulars,
but did not obey J. M. G's injunctions
as to the disposal of them. He wend-
d his to the Conservative office, and left
one oi mem in our care, ana saia ne
woum tate tne otner nome ana put it i
in a private ttuseum he was collecting, j
He, evidently, thought it would be
beneficial to rising generations to cite
to them as an evidence; of the deprav-l
ity that might accumulate in the
breast of a man who had been, for
forty years, a standing candidate for
race, vie wouia advise . our
friend, m .order that future genera-
tions may" rightly appreciate, the
"relic," to label it on the back, as fol
"Wiitten. A. D., 18701 bv J. M. G..
standing candidate, for forty years,
for any omce in the gut of the
people, from a Justice of
the Peace to Congress
man! Every word
- of it a LIE!" -
For the purpose of defending the
Conservative from the malicious attacks
being made onit by J. ai. o., and also
to save the Democracy from being!
duped into giving material aid to the
Radical County Ticket, we will notice
some of the falsehoods in thesecircu-l
The assertion relative to our rerun
iAnnM;i. . tw,-, n.n
DJUg w j-uvimu car waaawi WW. - aAA i
answered satisfactorily two -. weeks
ago, and we will not bother our .read-J
ers any more about it ' : 1
rrl - T i A. iiii I
m cucuiib Boj ia -me Konscr-i
votive has pulled down the Democrat
icfiag and hoisted that of the Prohi
bitionists." How a man can have the
cheek to write and publish such false
hoods in a community where the Con
tcrvative circulates, is a little mysteri
ous. To do . so, he-, must certainly
think the people would believe him if
he told them that the moon is compo-
cA f of r-tu-i f'-r.w J
manufactured by the farmers of the
Western Reserve. Every reader of the!
Conservative knows that the Democrat- J
ic State Ticket, which is the universal-1
ly acknowledged "flag of the party,
has not been pulled down, but that it
floats to the breeze, endorsed and sus
tained, in every issue of the paper;
m t mm
ana is equally wen Known, that we
have not hoisted the flag of the Prohi
bitionists. Our hoisting of the Frohi-
bition County Ticket is not considered I
by the Prohibitionists themseires as I an
an evidence that the Conseetative en-
dorses their SUte Ticket or Platform; ;:
i rte i. x t j j I
of County Officers who are not pledged
bv nolitical alllancM witT, rinlatm of
our exiatlncr lr tn tha
mentof aaid laws. 1
Bat the'circulars say Jthe Demo-J
cratic State Platform no 'longer a p-1
pears m the Conservative, but is caatout
as a worthless weed in its place will
be found the Prohibition- Ticket." -The
propensity for a drowning man to
clutch at a straw was never more ap
plicable as an illustration than ic- J.
M. G's attempt to make capital out of
our ceasing to keep the Democratic!
State Platform standing in our paper
e puDiienea me i latiorm ; tor seTe
ral weeks long enough for every man,
woman and child in the county to
become acquainted with, its provisions.
Intending, as we do, to publish a live
paper, giving oor readers as much new
matter as possible every week, we
thouzbt our patrons would rather
see the column occupied by the Plat-j lost
form occupied by something they had
not committed to memory. We get a
good many! Democratic papers from
all parts of Ohio, and there is but one
them that keeps the Platform
standinc. We recommend to J.' M.
G. that he proceed to immortalke
himself by reading all these papers
out of the Democratic party. He will
find amongst these papera . the, Gmeia-
nati Daily Enquirtr and the Daily Ohio
Statesman, But J. M. G. asserts in his
circulars that the Prohibition ticket
can be found in the place in the Con
servative that was occupied by the Dem
ocratic State Platform.- "We need only
cite anyone to onr paper to refute
this assertion. r The Platform, as all
readers' well know,' was published
the first " column of the second
vuo iiiov w - ' - It
of our paper, while the rrohibi 6
tion County Ticket occupies a place
at the top of the first column of the
third page. - - ' .,
"Were it necessary, we could point to
many other falsehoods uttered in these
circulars, and prove them to be false
hoods; in short, had we space, we
could prove the whole thing a lie from
beginning to end. But we hare prov
en enough already to show the means
J. M. G. has resorted to to accomp
lish his purposes, and now the ques
tion is, will the Democracy of Morgan
County sustain him in his disreputa
ble effort to secure the election of the
Radical County Ticket. Democrats,
you have been fighting the Republican
party of Morgan for years, and you
have been beaten almost universally
assist them? When you hare an op
portunity of seeing your old foe . van
quished, will yon fly to his support,
and help him to continue to be the
conqueror? I f you follow. alter the
leadership of J. JC. G., whom we have J
shown tote hardly able to speak the
truth, you will most assuredly do
these things. Have you ever reflected
on the fact that there is not the
slightest chance for the election of
.democratic County ticket 7 Vo you
not know that the leading Republi
cans are depending on your nomina
ting a straight Democratic ticket for
their success ? Did you ever know
the time before this when the Repub
lican leaders were anxious to have a
Democratic Convention cabled, and a
Democratic ticket nominated ? Why,
Democrats, two or three years ago the
Herald would have told you, had you
offered it a Democratic Call to publish,
that such a document would tarnish
the loyalty of that sheet. Why did
not J.' M. G. receive a like answer two
or three weeks ago, when he handed
them his call for a Democratic Con
vention ? The : reason is obvious to
anyone who is not overburdened with
pig-headedness. The Herald knew
that the Republican County
was in jeopardy, and that the only
way it could be saved from ultimate
defeat was to have the Democrats
nominate a ticket that would draw
0ff from the Prohibition County ticket
enough Democratic votes to allow the
Republicans to carry the day. Con-
6idering these facts, and eonsiderin
that the Bepublican party is the great
enemy of the Democratic party, we
ask wt0 working for the best tnter-
ests of the Democracy, J. M. G.,
whose work all tends toward securing
the election of the Republican ticket,
0r the Conservative, which is working
to defeat said Republican ticket ?
Base Ball Items. The Hickory
w m w ww
wuniors, oiinis piaee, paia aneu-
ville a visit, on last Saturday, and
played a game of Base Ball with
tne cracK ctuo oi mat piacor. as
was generally expected, the H4cko-
ries found they had an easy going
thing of it, beating, as they did.
Zanesville by a score of 18 to 12.
The Zanesville Courier attempts to
ease op the defeated aspirants for
Base Ball fame, bv Btatinff that the
Hirknrv Jn.imra r all lar man
Tl. . ,
auu uiu piayer. , xuia nuiiw uu,
If ims l? Ana F a nin a
. . . . ,
a. 1 1 - a FT M t A. O A
mat piayeu ui z.aneeviue iasi oai-
uraay is years ot age.
The Athletics, . ol Philadelphia,
and the Bed Stockings, of Uincin
. . .
nan, piayeu a . matcu game near
tne iaetr rocnUoned cilv. on Wed-
nesdar, which resulted in the Ath
letics scoring 11 to 9 for the Bed
t& The Marietta Register, edi-
ted by E. M. Stimson, State Sena
tor Jroni this District, thinks we
slandered Marietta, a few weeks
gi n article in which We sta-
ted that Marietta was notorious
for the number of open bars kept
there. Sort v as we are to sav it.
we nave nothing to tafeo DacK in
this - - matter,-' Brother Stimson.
While we would like very well to
ehj we were mistaken, the truth,
matter bow mnch it reflects on
Marietta, wont let U3 Marietta is
the pride' and the boast of the beer
J wbifkj men of the Muskingum
Valley .and has been for veara.
nrothcr stimf.on MVR. If
urJ gwuo Biuret uuve vara, -tb
- - . . - .. v
uwiwmomu vi iw. j ry
He probably takes bis
"morning s morning in the cellars,
where bloated faces and gaudy
pictures are HO abundant, accord
inrr to & roport of a committee thai
recently visited tho sinks of that
The next time Brother Stimson
comments on any of our editorials,!
would suggest that be sends us tne
copy 01 his paper, or else he may
accused of evincing a dispcei-
tion to strike a man in the dark.
coming larger. wbete we have
one subscriber, we have gained
IST Notwithstanding J. 3L G's
unceasing efforts to decrease the
circulation Ot the Conservative, Our
subscription lists are gradually be-l
twenty. What surprises us the
most )B that J. M. G. does not stop
own paper. He takes it and1
seeminzlv reads it with as . ereat a
relish aa ever. "We have looked
days, yea, we.eks, to see his
commanding person enter our
ofice, armed with a roll of green
backs, and demand in a stentorian
voice, f What is my bill ?? But he
not come vies, we are sorry
say be did not come. He still
taketh and readelb the Ccnsma
tire. "ShooFly P
1ST Rev. L. McGuire will preach
the M. E. Church, of McConnels- "
ville, on Sundny Evening next, at
Notice the Market Heporta.
1-Saturday m the f day for
nominating delegates to attend the
Democratic Congressional Conven
tion, to be held in Marietta on next
Thursday. Select good men, and
those that will be enre to attend.
IS?- McConnelsville is' to have
another Livery Stable. E. P.
Dunsrnoor is to be the proprietor.
' 15 'William Dickerson and fam
ily returned here, on last Saturday,
after & bojourn of nine or ten
months in Putnam County, Mo.
SST The Propeller Siren return
ed last evening from her trip down
the Ohio. She, and a barge she
had id tow, was heavily laden.
The Baptist Sunday School
went pick-nicking up to Wilkes
Bozuan's farm, near Gaysport,
t Mrs. Sarah L. Hocd,- wife
ofW. C. Mood, of the Marietta
Times, died on the 19th inst. Mr.
Hood was too ill to attend the fa-
t&. Special attention is called
to the new advertisement of D. XI.
Mortley & Co. Their stock of
Groceries is complete, and they
will sell at the lowest figures.
IS? Rev. J. Chambers, formerly
of the McConnelsville Baptis
Church, has been sojourning here
for a few days. Ho has quit the
Pulpit, and is now in the Insurance
tgL. A County Meeting oF the
Good Templars will be held in
Chesterfield to-day. Rev. Cather,
and others, will deliver Temper
ance Lectures there in the evening,
On Saturday, Itev. Cather will ad
dress the Sabbath Schools of Stock
A Bia Apple. Washington Co
bears off the palm in the way of
raising big apples, as the following
ten-pounder recorded by the Ma
nettian will attest:
Apple in Warren. Julv 8. a son
born to Mr. and Mis. Valentine
Apple. Weight. 10 pounds.
tB- Under the head
Advertisements" will be
Statement of the J3tna
Company, of Hartford,
which James Watkinn, Sen- is the
agent here. Mr. Watkios has been
iD this business for .a good many
years, and is well qualified to give
the most complete satisfaction to
all that favor him with business.
t2 It is worth anybody's while
to step into Jenkins' Qaeensware
Store and take a purvey of the fine
stock of goods he h thero for in
spection and sale. You that have
not been there, make it a poit.t to
call soon. Those that have been
there will go frequently.
On last Sunday, a" tremen
dous streak of wind passed down
the river. It lasted about a min
ute, and was confine! within - a
width of about forty vards.- It did
little or no damage, not coming in
contact with Anything except the
bndsre. off which it tore a small
portion of the roof.
John M. Con ley, of Mariet
ta, has old a Thouroucrh-bred
mare for $11,500. She wan bred in
Kentucky; and was but fivo years
old. Whv do not onr farmers
make an effort to work into a
more valuable stock ot horses than
they are raising. It would cer
tamly pay them. It takes no more
food to raifo & poor horse than a
Notice for Penn Township.
Mr. Joseph Jackson is tbe au
thorized agent for the Morgan Co.
Bible Society, and will call on tbe
friends in your township for their
contribution. Please give him a
friendly reception. By order of
Board. C. B. Pond. Pres't.
J. C. Stone, Sec
July 2D, 1870.
I&. About the 30th of August
next, a Methodist Camp Meeting
will begin on the Camp Ground on
Jacob Mummey's farm in Meigs
ville township. A fall attendance
the Committee , is requested at
Camp Grounds on next Wed
nesday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. All
persons having business with tho
Committee, will oblige by bejng on
Grounds at that time.
Tbe Committee is composed of
following named gentlemen:
Sinipkin H. Brown, Elijah Rut-
ledge, John Icar, William Hall,
Tn Snnth German RtatP
never entered into a confederation
among themselves, and, with tbe
exception of Baden, have never ta
m j t j a
any steps to unite- wiiu. tne
North German Confederation.
Their commercial relations with
North Germany take the form of a
Zollverein Parliament, consisting
the North German Federal Coun
to which the South German
Stales send thirteen plenipotenti
aries, and of the Federal Diet, to
which the South German States
send eighty-Bix deputies. They
have also adopted, by mutual agree
ment, tbe fundamental principles
the Prussian military system.
a secret treaty made in 18C6
with the Government of Bavaria.
Baden and Wu'tembcrg, tbe armies
these States are placed at the
aipposai of the Aing ot Prussia, and
SuteB ig 0ver ei Lt and ft jjjf min
i2T If you want a Kitt of No. 1
Mackerel, new and nice, call on
D. H. MOKTLEY & CO.
July 29, 1870.
Of Emerson Bennetf Novels received
at Adair's Book Store last week. They
keep constantly on hand a large stock
ot all kinds of reading matter. Nove
lettes, Magazines, Song Books, News
papers, ffiC. -
"iS- The "Collar of the Period, at Sill's.
The 'Xecktie of the Period,' at SILL'S.
'Shoo Fly" bleached mnalin at BILL'S..
IST A good article of Tobacco
for 40 cents a pound at P. Swee
ney & Co's, next door to the Post
pS For nood le and coffee go to SILL'S
yon can always find it there. .
t&" Fanning Mills manufactured
and told by Cochran, Bczman &
, Cheap !
At A dai a' s Book Store, containing the
latest Enropean War News, and all oth
er matters of commercial and political
JS" we are makm
tions, Neckties and
if a s
specialty of No
Our stock is
al wars full, and replenished ever week.
Call at . SlL.li ft
t Slippers for Ladies !
Slippers for Misses !
Slippers for Children I
at -"stone s.
widdinq liiNG8. Having for, a
few years made a specialty of tho
raanvlacture or Solid Gold Bings,
we are prepared at all times to
lurnish .Rings, that for style, quali
ty and hni6h, are not to be ex
celled in any market.
II. B. VINCENT & BRO.
- At Adair's Book Store. New stock
received thi week. Thev are gotten
up in good style, accurate, aud are "in
dispensable to the intelligent reading
of the current news."
31, For an assortment
Qaeensware, go to Sill's.
of Tinware and
BPU A larre supply of the 'Forest Hose.'
"Prairie Flower," "Leni Leoti," and other
of Emerson Bennett's Novels received
at Adair's Book Store.
tSF Ten dozen mor3 Gaiters
pected thiB week and next.
J. 13. Stone.
HSF A good article of Fiue Cut
Tobacco for 50 cents a pound, at
P. Sweeney & Co's.
European ITar Maps
For sale at Adair's Book tore.'
S&" We expect in oar new goods
this week, another supply of Light
Colored JLrints. Also, eome Dark
Prints. J. B. Stoss.
Christian Hymn Hooks I
Fresh supply of CtristUn Hvmn Bools.
all sizes and styles, just received at
Adaib'b Book Store. This firm kep
tnese tooos in stock at all times, and
purchasers can rely upon getting them
at tne lowest figures.
THE "BEMIS" COLLAR. Thia joatly
ceieoratea collar ta maua oi tne nnest iu
terial and cut with au express view to a
perfect fit. - It has a very good imitation of
unea nnisn ; no gum or irienie being used
in its preparation. More people are wear-
; it man any otner collar sola cere, and
las Riven almost universal satisfaction.
The 4 Bern is" is kept onlr at Bill's, where
you can get any Zo. yon wi6b.
xiTe raoTECTOKs. As the season
for tbreshini'ff rain is at hand, if
yoa would save your eyes, call at
incent's for Eye Protectors.
100 Boxes, all sizes oflhe "Celebra
ted Betuia' Collar," expected thia week at
Gold Pens I !
The Mable, Todd & To's Gold Pen is
sold at Adair s Book Store. It is un
excelled in style, quali y, and price.
Baskets'. A largo lot of all va
rieties at SillV.
I, Tbe ' Shoo Fly" cigars are a
success. Manulactured only by P.
Sweoney & Co., next door to tbe
Post Office. ... -
C Stone's is tbe placo to look
for Ladyies Gaiters and Buskins.
AU numbers on bands.
it yoa want tbe best dry
Stogie cigar, go to P. Sweeney &
Gold Pens! I
A splendid assortment of Gold Pens
now at Adair's Book Store and selling
cheap. They keep the famous Pens
manufactured by ilabie, Todd & Co.,
New York, which "have a larger sale
than any other Pen in the market."
Their universal sale is the best recom
menda'ioo for these Goods. Go to he
Book Si ore when you want (o purchase.
SS Cuff Buttons, of the latest and most
approved styles, and shirts, the moat fash
ionable out, at BlliL 8.
- To get the best Old Rich
mond Tobacco, go to the sign of the
Indian Image, next door to the
ITool ! Wool I ! ITool ! ! !
Bear it in mind that C. L. Hall is
paying the highest cash prices for wool.
He has, already, bought more exten
sively than any year preceding that he
has been in the business. You can
find him at his business house in Mal
TV We keep the best stock of Trunks.
Valises, Satchels, Bags and Baskets kept in
town, and ia addition, we will order a
Trunk of any size when wanted, if we have
not tne article oa band. Give as a call.
F. SILL A CO.
To thi Proprietors or the Calabar
Graixs asd to THie Public: It gives me
pleasure to add my unsolicited testi
mony to tbe emcacy or the Calabar
drains. In headache, dyspepsia, con
s'ipation, and dizziness, they work like
charm. In conclusion, permit me to
that I have written only what I
know from actual experience and par
ticular inouirv. to be true of the fnct.lv
celebrated Calabar Graixs.
Yours, Very Trjly,
C. B. Bozmax.
Mc Connelsvil'e, Ohio, June "4 3m.
Calabar Grains are for Bale bv
. 1J, 1870. J
iEtna Insurance Company,
. HARTFORD, CONN
Acoitob or State
' Department of I
Columbus, O., Jan
II is hereby certified, that the -Etns In
surance Company, located at Hartford, in
the State of Connecticut, has complied, in
all respects, with the laws of this State re
lating to such Insurance Companies, for
the current year, and has filed in this
Office a aworn Statement by the proper
Officers, ohowing its condition and busi
ness, the date of such Statement, as fol
lows: " - , .
Am'nt actual paid npeapilal, $3,000,000 00
Aggreg't ain'nt available assets 5,M,5ei 87
Aggreg't!amnt liabilities, (ia-
4-lading Re-insuTanee,) 1,753,199 67
Am'nt income preceding year, 3,937,92S 70
Am'ntexpenditnres " " . 1,478,821 74
In witness whereof, I hare hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the Seal of
my Office to be affixed the day mni year
above written. JA8. H. GODMAN.
- Audi tor of 8tate.
-Agent, McConnelsville, O. July
' if ISS t ELE EO US.
Ohio Farmers' Insurance Co.,
LEttOY, MEDINA CO., OHIO.
ASSETS JAXL'ARY FIRST, 1STO,
IXSCRSS FARM PROPERTY OXLY.
AoDiToa's or Stxtr's Orncit, "J
; Department or Insurance,
CoLruBus, Jan. list, 1870. J
It is hereby certified, that the Ohio Farm
ers' Insurance Company, located at West
field. Le Roy P.O., in the State of Ohio, ha
complied, in all respects, with the laws of
thia State relating to Mutual Fire Insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and
baa filed iq thta office a aworn statement by
tbe proper officer thereof, showins its con
dition and business at the date of such
statement, (December 31, 1869,) to be aa fol
lows: Aggregate amount of Available
Assets, including the sum of
$97,750 in Premium Note held
by the cvmpany on policies, $373,553 61
Losses unpaid, ' None.
Re-Insurance. 1174,063 00 174,063 00
Amount of Insurance for the pre
ceding year in cash, 129,251 69
Amoant oT Income lor the prece- "
" ding year in Premium Notts li
able to assessment, $13,533 97.
Losses paid during
the yeaf, - 43,393 90 -
Expenaea, ' 18510 26 $67,004 16
In WHatss whereof, I have hereunuosub
scribed. my name and caused the seal of my
office ! be affixed the da and year above
written " " JAS. II UODJAN,
. . i . - - - iAuditur of State.
A II. HiwjLav. Secretary.
Rrrra rrmAK, President.
G. C. MOUSE,
. AGENT, Morgan County, Ohio
July 15,; 1870. 3 w.
Sixth Annual Statement of tne
farmers' Insurance Co.
Auditor of State's Office, 1
Departmeot of Insurance, v
Coi.umbcs," Fth. 9, 1870. J
It is hereby certified, Tlmt the Farniess
Iosnraice Company, located at Jellowaj,
Ohio, ia the State of Ohio, Las complied iu
ail respecia wi h the laws of this State re"
latuig to x ire losuraoee companies, for the
current year, and baa filed in this i ihce a
sworn statement, by tbe proper officers
thereof shoving its condition and basinets
a the dale of such statement, December 31
1869, to be aa lollows:
Am't of actual capital paid up, $100,000 00
Ag. ain t or available Assets, 1Z5,653 16
Aggregate aiu't of Liabilities (ex
cept capital), including re-insurance
at 50 per cent, of unex
pended, premiums, would be $S -VOl
61; at 40 per cent, regarded
a absolute Liability re-inur .
ance 7,123 63
Amoant of Income for the prece
diagyear in cash, - 7,838 79
Amount of Income for premiums '
on risks written during the year
not paid; in cash, S0S42
Amount of expenditures for the
preaedlngyear in cash, 3,279 13
Amount of Premium Xotes held
tjr the company under former
organisation, 11,865 77
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the Seal of
8eal my Office to bo affixed, the day
and year above written.' .
JAS. II. GODAfAN, Aud. of State.
AMOS S vVIIITAKCIt,
Traveling- and Soliciting' Ag-t.
July 8 1870-3 w. '
AMERICAN :. ORGANS.
or farlors, cnurenes and iodees, are su
perior in great fnllness of Tone, Express
in, and jiaatieity of Touch. -
25,000 Have lleen Sold and
; :Are flow in t.
. Pf ices, from ?105 to 51,003.
For eironlars, jfving prieea and styles of
eacnmnrumen aaaress or rail on
C. E. KAHLEB,
.-KCXEI mm BUY IT ! .
For Sight 5 is Priceless
'-i. w L
J.!E. SPENCER &CO.
N-.T-t which are now offered to tha
public, are pronoaaced by all the 'celebra
ted Uptlcians ol.lne World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eve
ever known. Tbey are ground npder their
own supervision, from minute Uiystal
ebbletg, melted together, and. derive their
name, ''Diamond," oh accoaot ot their
.hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
nb'rh tbey are conetrocted briogs tbe
core or center of tbe leas directly in front
tbe eye, producing a clear and distinct
viain, at in tbe natural, bealtby ngbt, and
preventing all aopkaaant etuatiotis, inch
gllmmeriog and wavering of sight, dia
ZuiesfAc, peculiar to all others ia nse.
They are mounted in tbe Finest Man
ner, la frames of the bet quality of all ma
terials used for that purpose. ' Their finish
sod durability canoot be surpassed. '
CAllTI()N.Nooe cenaine unless
beantg their trade nark stamped on every
II. D. nircEST &. DUO ,
JewfeVrs and Opticiana, are sole agenta
for. McConoelsviilfl, Ohio, from whom ibey
can only be obtained. Htwe goods are
not supplied to Fullers at any nric?.
'Jose Zt 110
PUBEISIIIXG & PRI.VriXG.
CONSERVAT I V E,
pff. Published erery Friday morning in
J.MeConneL ville, Ohio, on the Co ope
ff ratire Plan of publishing a county
LOCAL AND FOREIGN.
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL, Resides a Greater Tarlefy or
ti Than any paper ever published in
To assist In enlarging the
this paper, and to whom
LIDCniL CASH WAGES !
rill be paid.
Job Printing !
Wbilo we are prepared to do all kinds of
plain'Job Printing neatly and expeditious
ly, we call
To our facilitiea for printing all kinds of
Work In general, as we are supplied with
the best ami largest assortment vf
For such pnfposes, that ever was
SOUTH WEST. CORNER- OF PUB
:Appl9, 'lS70. . -
DRY GOODS, &C.
hi: i in
MADE TO ORDER.
W. R. KELLT, Iff.
Way bf found at his office on
THE SOETI1-TTEST CORNER
At all timea, when not absent on Profess
Sept 24. 186'J-U
1$?0. Summer Trade, isto.
Adams & ICahler
liaveawell selected stock of Pry Good,
Greene, Queens ware, Boots and Shoes, Ac.,
0 RE ATLY REDUCED PRICES
STORE : Jorth'-Wext Corner of Center and
IT, C. TUESIZE
asks the p-iblic to call and examine his
specimen Photographs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypea, Gems, 4c, 4c, which cannot ba
sui passed anywhere. lis baa perfected ai
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with tbe fiuest of Oil Paintings
ami pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'Connelavillc,
Arril 23 ly.
C. L. HALL,
IThoIcSale and Retail
B ELL STREET,
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICT! iY CASU SYSTEM Li
May 7, 1869-tf.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS
1500 K BIN DE IIS
Clank Book Manufactory,
FIXE JOB PRIXTIXC
Our specialty. : Music, Magazines, Ic, .
bound id any style and at the cheapest
rates. t& Blank Books for Counties,
Banka. Merehanta, sc., best paper at tha
Zanesville, Oct. IS, 1S69.
J. C. STONE, Agixt,
QTJEElSrSWA.GEl E !
CHIXA, GLASS, AND
The subscriber has opened a store in th
Ham bleton Builillnar, North side of Center
Street, above the Bank, McConnelsville, O.
and has opened out a large stock of Qciess
ware of the finest quality, to which he in
vites tne attention or tne eitisena or Mor-
an County, and solicits their patronage,
ntending to makethe business a specialty.
will sell hia goods at as low rates as they ,
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere,
Tbe Qaeetisira;e he offers took th$
the Paris exposition, over all competi
tors, as the very beat Englieh Ware. Also
will keep a fall stock of Glass, Yellow and
Stone Wart; French China, Lav Ware,
Vaaea, Mantel Ornaments, and Cnma.
Tova: and. from time t. time, will be added
other articles generally connected with that
business J'art;ea pnrcaasiDg can aiwoya
certain ot replacing any article that
may be broken, aa one cup, saucer, or any
other piece belonging to a set will be sold.
Don't fail to examine our goods and prices
before purcha!D ftlsetrhere. Goods sold
for cash or country produce, at market
raUs. P.. L. JENKINS.