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TWO: lOLA-AH A -YEAR- IX
M O0XXELSV1LLE :
FRIDAY, . . . August 5, I8TO.
ProHibltlon Coant j Tlcketr
JOHN H. MURRY.
FOR PROSECXTIXQ ATTORKET,
JOdHU A T-CREW.
VILLHM H. COOL.
FOR IXFIRXART DIRECTOR, .
S I if P K I N H . BROW N".
The Conservative for the Campaign.
Yon ran hayeJhe CoxsEKXAxmi, fur
the Campaign of JcU. for AO fin. .All
.friends of the pa are, solicited ioactl
as.gets for it. Get-pp 3ur Clut?j
THE COUNTY AUDITOR QUESTION.
, ... .; '. . . :f:t
As all bur readers are aware, .the
Ohio Legislature, last. ApriL passed ' a
new Act relative to the ' election, &c,
ofConnty' Auditors. . This .sew i Act
changed the date of expiration of - an
incumbent's official term', "and, "eonse-'
uentlythe date of taking possession
by Lis successor, from the biennial pe
riod ending on the., !s Mondajn.
Ma?c3i,fb the bienniaf period ending
on the. . 2nd - JXoedav --m ftrremberrj
The Act further provides that all
County Auditors bow in 'office shall
continue4 to, "hold- their .offices v&ntij
two years frpiii the second. Uonday In
November next' after taking possess
ion oi their said offices thus extend -
in thaluue. of th present incumM
bents for a period of f-icht men tin
longer than, they were, ejected to 11
the ofSees, had m interruption occirf.x)ast
reu wcjca wouia prevent meir suc-
fied. Tim Art further rrnilk . k.t -
bed. The Act further provides that
the next election of Counry"Auditot-s'JI'
Bha'l lie held 6n jthe Snd. i'Tuesday.' of
Octobejy.l&lV; "4ij . - -; '
Under the old .law, passed April 4,
785$, the election of (bounty,,. Auditors
would have come off.thisTall: nd,; in
some Counties, nominations Lave been
niadeharii!" fu tlew tue testing of i
the Constitutionality "of the Act of
last ft pjgiJ, which is "3iioied to be vetjLift
Officers shall be elected -the Legislature,--
exercised an- appointing power.' .This
is clearly, an act of .usurpation, on the
part of the Legislature, and is 5 uncon
stitutional. This jwmfc ' established,
whatVill be'the" result of, a contest be
tweenone, who- elected this Fall and
the present incumbJrt't wh Vih"lToid
over? W4tUo that portion uf llii'Titt
Act wjtikih usurps a power which the
Constitution vests in tbepeople alone,
will Wcleemed unconstitutional and
void, the remttiaJw of the All WlHId
held good. This-wjll mate ; valid the
jjortion of ihe new Jtet 'that : "provides
that Jh.e successors of the .'present in-t-umbents
shall be- elected on the -2nd
Tuesday of October,' "1.8.71.', .The'Legfa-"
laturiias the v8cde power to'desiguate
the tie f , holding ,'theie tlec'tions,
even should such action r
a vacancy iu the offices. This, then,
wouia 'mike an election he'd this
dubious. While we have seen a great
many -all umuus 10 this' claimed un
eoostituttonalitVi - we have not seen
an article that went into an investiga
tion of the subject .and we, .therefore,
shall examine the question to the beat
of our ability., J . ,
Evdutl.Titha claim of nucoTietitu
t tonality must be founded on a' viola-
tionf4y the Leg'slaluie, Cf the ' "nil
Section, Article X, of th State Con
etitutionj which provjdthat Countjtjss
V.li rif ; r trrZ
a"" v cAAGLn, vnaun I
uuthorized by the LegislalureT.ihe.sol) I
power in the Sfaie tattftf fe'Sd,
of course, the person elected would
have no tlaira bikmi the office. Whe,
then, eattTiaTB a legal claim upon the
office t ; Hac the ; legislation"' of the1
Legislature 'created BUch a state of
affairs" that a vacancy will occur in ever)-
rojintj Anditnr's offioo hi (MiiuT
J liese questions are satisfactorily an 1 .
swereci byjn luvestigatiof the
law, oilctTJ, under wmcu the present
inriimt'Cntri irrro alnctrd Tl nitt"1if-
seen, on such investigation, that the
old law has vested tbe present incum
bents with certain rights, one of which
is to hold tHeir, offices until their sucv
cessors. are ' elected and ' qualified.
This right can uot be taken . away
from them short of an . abolishment : of
A he offices, or a fa;l"ya '!
qualifv successors within three years
after they were duly installed in office.
IVhile tlreVecent Act ofThe Legisla
ture contaiiis-aa- uueottetitutirmal pro
vision, yetits Mltentions can he -legal-lr.
Go A wat Fhox IJoMt To Leaks The
TEWb. One oi the Editors of the iV
llc County Rrjivhtira yard McComreTi
ville a viU about the 22nd ultimo.
During bia sojoarn here, he, picked
some information relative - to Julius
Kincaid, the-murderer of "old "man
Sheets, which . was1 being kept secret
by the few of our citizens' apprised
thereof, and -published .it,, as- fol
lows, in his issue of the 2Sth: i' -n .
Our readers will remember, .the
horrible murder of Adam Sheets
Morgan County in 1866, by Julius
a . w -j a
caia, wn was nrrtstea, tnea ana con
victed of murder in the first degree.
After conviction and before sentence,
lie escaptsLXiaom jail. TheCommiss
iouers of that County then Qffereda.
reward for-fais rtfellvery In Mc(kn
nelsville. On Friday morning laat,
the ?2nd, Mr. Cromwell, the McCon
nelsville Post Waster. ' received ; the
followine letter, which u indicates 1
probability . qf justioc. -orertakifig- the1
murderer, at last:
" 'Office oi Whipple Co'a Deteetive Po
lice Agency chigo. Illinois. aly, ,14ir
JS70. P. M.MtOnntWtilTeT Morgan Co.,
Oj Dear Bin Will you inform ua if nti
Charles Johnson, iuu Joe Brown, a! in Jo
lias Kincaid, ia wanted in jour vicinity,
for a murder committed some; years aro.
If so, what reward atandaoifered fir his ar
rest and conviction. Hoping for an esj-J
Ml?, -. t. it. whippje aco.'
"A copy of the Commissioners' or-
der, and other papers in - the case,
wer'e at onoe fprWrded. -MjH
otyetleaiMherVuIt." " -
response has yet 'been received
froui thepollce Ageafru: fUl
We are under obligations to J.
WW ' m - k
li. .bansey.pi iiarion township, lor a
club of new subscriber.
S XL.Tj. Jlorns la building a
very fine frame house in the Mc-
Nabb addition. He Bays it will
not be for sale.
tOF John Kirky, Merchant Tai
lor, and G. E. Halliday A Co. have
painted up tbeir fronts, making
lb em look a? good as new, if not
better. . ' -
: tSy A. Sociable, for the benefit
01 the Protestant Methodist Church,
will be, BteiflAat the, hots I oi Mr.
John Bell, in Malta, this (Friday)
e7i?1D?f-. M ft1"? cordially; invited..
ay order ot uojjmittee.
: - Communion Servici in the Cross
RaAD'tGttuBca.-ip'i request of
the Session, Rev. II! Cooper ap-
p61hU A communion Service in the
Cross Roads' Church, on the 14th
instant, at 10 o'cloct, A. M
jPreaching at 2 Tclock, on Friday
and Saturday preceding.
Oil Strike. l be ; largest - ot
ffctriko. on Buck Ran, since 185o
was made on the Stanton & lie
Grew farm, on Wednesday morn
incr. It i.ot vewknown. what it
will yield, but i t iTrh o ughTTTfJrrl
well. J. T. & C. A. Power bored
the well. .siV.i.
a tfromj92 p&Wwhen Lotest;
.."'-- : ' -'7 ' . '
and, on Iaet ttonday jnorningvJu
j Bf the increase' of business
the McCoThtelsYilIe- Tost ' Office,
ia nrow 4a office . held" by Preei
jS Tbe weather has been re
taatkatly. changeable within;-the
Paring, thu fore
was down es low as 68.: : At this
wriUtgiWpctneaday , 6oni' it is
back to 92' AH these tests were
made in ' the shade, and m the
XfiZ REPUBLICAN PANCK AT Ches-
deatiaJ uppointment, and the Post
Master gets a salary of thirteen
hunSTed dollars a j'ear, . Ths, la-
kin? inta iiukiderai4n V that theH
offico can be'eondacted while c&rry-
hg on pome 'other business, makes
oeofth-most lucrative offices
held in the County. "We congratu
late you, Mr.' Cromwell I . ' TV
tERFiixiv-Serng -advised bf . the
contemplated holding of a Temper
ance Meeting at. Chesterfield on
Friday evening, the TVTiisky
Republicans, fearing its mflucneo.
sp a dance that was held there
the 6aa,iavemngr for , the. pur
pose of counteracting said inflaence
the Temperance Meeting. The
success of the "Whisky Republican
prryecj-may be summed up in a few
HMrdsrwfl!;' 'Chesterfield never
8een"Aa iwiay-rwBktnett before
swEa.i-Th ere has "been
j excess" of "drjiDkehnesflV here
somebody 4aa- opened . a. -barrel? of
rhisky, xrer and -more poison
than. tjberable . stuflibat
una tea" ha
yS been lodgeoin
means ot ,jt. W
uu tuv jiieirai iur vr
use iouna on our , 6treei
, . v - . ;
olcfLforf d IUra.
found on ' o
. ' ." "
ncoxicauon. we. woul
he knows of juny'ono vL
pi&ungour ueer uroinarcer u tie
he. should remember that e
viohites hiath of. office il he does
inform oa them, "Lei the laws
Ice CfiKASf . In othYng is better,
mis season ot tue year, than a
of good Ice j'Creara; we may
tliat nothing -is so 'generally
er- -l ' CA ran.rsllr I .
p w t frw...w.v .
rehshedVahd considered a real lax- ;.'
Frank Bc-mis tells us thatie at
to - fnrniish famlliM tion
this. dewrabiaaad popular ar-
atall times. and in any quan-l . .
tity.tp suit. . Alto those who live
the: tbutitryara'- i&irmed that
can upplytbem w'th
Crearii. on short notice. Bern is'
Saloon, on CenterjScreet, is bpeh
all times, during the day -and
evening. Ice Cream constantly on
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COUNTY MEETING AT CHESTERFIELD.
- j TERFICLD.
As we anrounced last week, the
County Lodge of Good Templars
met in Chesterfield on last Friday.
The Tecperance meeting iti" the
lYeniing, which was open to all
who seen fit' to attend, was success"
ful beyend the expectations of the
mostlsajUATajiei..-TU M E.; Church,
tULilace t of r holding the meeting,
wa9fiJled to overflowing over five
hundred people being - present, as
we learn "upon good authority.
George S. . Corner -was ' chosen
chairman,' after . which, . addresses
were made by Rev. Hastings, Of
the Protestant .'Methodist. Church,
f hi PennsviJIe; Rev. Cather, of Mo
Connelsville; Rev. Morgan, of the
M.E. Chnrch. of .Chesjterfield; and
Dr. Isaiah eVtcrfield.
jTYhile all the- addresses ' were ! epo-
i ten of as eceediDg'y good, that of
Rev. Cather gave (pre-eminent sats
ii - . - .a.
jWaa preserved . througho'it. The
meeting adjonnc Abotl 10 -o'"
cIock I - " -"V .
Agricultural. The following are
the dates of holding the State Fair,
and our own and the adjoining County
Fairs, tor 1870:
State Fair, at Springfield, on the
12th, 13th, Uth, 15th and 16th of Sep
Morgan County Fair, near McCon
nelsville, on the 4th. 5th and 6th of
Washin gton, at Marietta, on the 4th,
5th and 6th of October.
Muskingum, near Zanesville, on the
21st, 22nd and 23rd of September.
Noble, at Sarah grille, on the 28th,
29th and 3Ctb of September,
Athens, at Athens, on the 29th and
30th of Septembte.Hi ; 4 '-j
Perry,.at2fw Lexington, on the
5th, 6th and 7th of.pctober. . (i
"The plenteous crops of the season
will tend toward making these Fairs
highly successful. ' 1
NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT!
JES$K"SEAflAjnS; Uo., successors
Isaac Carnes, Merchant Tailors, are j
offering great inducements to the '
public in the way of Ready-made
Clothing, Cloths, Cassi meres, and
Gept's Furnishing Goods; also, in
Manufacturing Clothing to Order.
They are keeping a fine assortment of
all kinds of Trimmings for Men and
Boys Clothinsr and Suits, or parts of
Suitsare manufactured on the short
est possible notice. ". Mr., Cabkes will
be-oudlnthe; Store at all times
Re has given complete satisftvctjqn to
the youns men, as well as the old, of
lUietpwusand surrounding country
for years back, and asks a continua
tion of their patrocfege Jo Seaxak
will be' found behind the counter,
ever ready to show goods whether 'you
buy or pot , Adopting the.mptto.pf
"quick sales and small profits, this
firttjwUJYdp.a cash' business,". iatojltf-
sively. Store: .-OnVdoorXast;of Bar
ker & McDaniel's, Center Street. Mc-
By JohB.Cbj.ncy, JvP., on the i31st
of July, 1870, at the-residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Howard H. Thomp
son and Miss Elles Beaslt, all of
Morgan County. .; . - .
.m. BlLCS8 AOTICCS.
iSF It voa.want . the best drv.
Stogi cigars, go to P. SwceheVA
Cos. ..'U Mi io IiiOi
1 .tt n: .
Aotlce. - -
Notice Is heieby "given that Alcxan
der Raner', an indented apprentice . of
mine, has left me without any reason.
All persons aro' hereby fore-warned
against trusting; harboring,; or ' em
ploying him. :vj 'y '
,,,.x i JUC. v li Ji A IUL 11 L iio t
August 5th, 1870. -3w. - ;-
r-,n. B. Yincent ,&'.Br6. ."still
have a few Eye Protectors lefu -
t.Go to Adair's' Book i'tore for the
best and clie&pett JTallTvver ixd 115r-
dov Shade. Their stock is unexcelled
variety, styles, and cheapness." '
Rtteember" that 'Fred an?
Georse, ot the Citv Shaving Saloon
are always ready for business.
- t P.J Sweejtiey & Cokeea, the
largest and best -assortment of I
Pipes in town. When you want a
ripe, see their assortments
t '91 fl ft'
l,An immense stock of Pine Boxes
fr sale SiC'Adaik's Book Store.
:S- The VShoo FJy'xigars area
success. Manufactured only Iv P.
Sweeney & Co.,' ,hxt i iloor to the
l a nwretrv certnr tnat'liave
used PeganV-Celebrated Ink Powders,
sold by S. Sprague, and. find them to
make an. exelV&u';iak( -.l -would
therefore, recomend.them to all who
in want of a good and cheap ink:
McConnelsville. a, July 28,1870.-
tyLote of Pocket Photoaravh Albums
received at Adair's Bouk Stores
j. -r t. T ' 1 '--
IS?" Our ,'Dsvii!? smokes "Shoo
Fly" cigars, and "says, he' liker
good, agar as well as any other
.... . ,-. i . m.T.uii..
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Theoard of Birectors ot 'the'Mdr
County, -Agricultural Society .. are
rnnfctarl tn mppt, at. t.h Wvnr' OfTir-A
MCi;onnfeIsvilIe..o.- - . .
; . .kaAugWiim,
10 o'clock, A. M.,-for the transac-
f business for the Society. , Bus-
ineas oi unporuuee aemaoiu tuu
attend wof the i . .
By order of the" President,
Johst S. Adair. Seeretarv.
Augttefc -4, 167t).-" Sw
"'"V- ' '
I Vtolin aud Guitar .Strings,
fresh and tof the best -qrnrfrtjT' just
receivea at Vincent
tJTe iexeby certify that we
used the Exceleior .Hair - Re
storative and do say that it does all
is ciaimeu to uo. it stops tbe
from falling out restores gray
hairto its natural cblor 'and.' is a
hair dressing.- We are highly
pleased with it, and would recom
mend it to- all in want of an article
Hair Restorative, as superior to
we have used.
711 ARY E. SEVALL.. .
For sale at Spraguos Drug Store
75 cts. per bottle. "- . - -
Several of the latest Publications just
received at A air"s Boole Htore, and
additions constantly being made.
Holland's Gold' Pens, the
in the market, are to be had
who use Snoff. will
the best article at the igu of
Indian Image, next door to the
Office. . ,-- . ; . .
ITooll Wooltf Wool I!!
Bear it in mind that C. L. Hall is
the highest cash prices for wool,
has.' already, bought more exten
sively than any year preceding that he
been in the business.- You can
him at his buiicea house iu Mal
ta. .s ' . .: : -
Splendid line of Photngraph AHwri
new styles and new stock cheapest
and best Goods in the market, now at
Adair's Book Store. A new and hand
some stock just received.
1 If you want a Kitt of No. 1
Mackerel, new and nice, rail on
D.H MORTLEY & CO.
New stock of Family Billet just recei
ved at Adair's Book btore. For cheap
and desirable Goods they cannot be ex
celled, and are gotten up in good style.
SU The 'Collar ofthe Period,' at Sill's.
The 'Necktie of the Period,' at PILL'S.
'Shoo Fly" bleached muslin at SILL'S.
O Memorandum. Titsue Paper, Srhool
Booli. Tooth Brushes, Dampening Bruthet
for Letter Presses, late i JliteeJaneovi
Publications, "Sabbath School Minstrel,"
"Fresh Laurels," and many other Goods,
received at Adaib'k Book Store this
For rood tea and coffee eo to SILL'S
you can always find it there.
1ST Fanning: Mills manufactured
trd sold by - Cochran, Bczman - k
V.Xew Goods, of all kinds, reiv
ed at Adair's Book Store this week.
"wre njikipir .ptoilty.of2vnr
tuins.lfeAties and Collars. Onrtckis
always fnll. rd replenished every week.
Call at F. SILL JtCo'sJ'
ISKSI fppersTor La die I
Slippers for Missel
Slippers for Children
at Stone's. , i.-.r..-.
A new stock of those celebrated TT7ii-
Jow Fixtures, which have been selling at
Adair s Book Store for several years
past, just received in larjre quantity.
No faftnllrdsm ia fiord UnWwithout tlWtn.
They are indispensable to the rolling
up and unrolling, smoothness, and pro
longed wear of Cur'ains, and will save
the price of the same in a short time.
Weddino Risgs. Having for a
feWYears made a apecialty of the
minulacture'bf' Solid" Gold Rings;
weiire rretjared at all times io
furnish Riacs, that for style, quali
ty and fini6h, are not to be ex-
celled f arv market.
zfjLU..3. VIKCEST A BRCi.
: XSy To get the bout Old Rich
mond Tobacco, go to the sign of the
Indian Image, next door to tbe
Post Office. v.'" ..
For an assortment
Queensware, go to FilL'a.
of Tinware and
Empty Tine Boxes. .
A large lot of Ewpty Pine Boxes, suit
able for holding Grain, and storing oth-
r ariicieu, jor saie cueap ui auu o
i" A trood urlicle of Fine Cut
Tobacco for SO cents a pound, at
P, Sweeney Sz Co's. , -. . : . .: .
A fine assortment ot. School Betrard
Cards, plain and handsome stjles, just
received at An airs Hook btore.
16?" We expect in our new erooda
thia week, another Supply of Light
Colored Prints. Also. ome Dark
Prints. J. B. Stone..
Fresh stock of Sabbath School Music
Boots, of various binds, just received at
Adair's Book Sto e. . .
THE 4rBEMI8' .CQLLAR.This! justly
celebrated collar is made of the finest ma
teria and ant - with an express view to a
perfect fit. It baa a very good imitation of
Linen finish ; no gum or arsenia being used
its preparation. More people are wear
ing it than any. other collar sold herer and
has riven almost universal satisfaction.
The &wis" is kept only at Sill's, where
you can get any No. you wish. ., .
Cf$uA fresh lin of Stationery just re
ceived at Adair's Book Store. This
firm alwavs-keeps the largest and best
stock of Writing Papers, Envelope.
Pen, Ink, Pencils, ic You can al
ways get a better line of Goods there
than elsewhere. .
100 Boxes, all sizes ofthe "Olebra
Bern is' Collar," expected this week at
Of the different States at A pair's
Book Store. New stock just received
Baskets. A large lot of all va
rieties at Sill s.
tft.TCew stock of Shalcspearet Com
Works just received at Adair s
Book Store, and for sale at low figures
Stone's is the place to look
Ladyies Gaiters and Buskins
numbers on hands. .
tftSplendid Buffalo Horn Fine Tooth
Combs at Adair's Book Store. The? are
strong and durable, and will outlast a
dozen common Combs.
aST Cuff Buttons, of the latest and most
approved styles, and shirts, the moat fash
tollable out, at SILL'S.
RIbles and Testament".
A large lot all sizes and styles just
received at ad air s iiook More.
we keep the best st ock of Trunks.
valises. Satchels, Bags and Baskets kept in
and in addition, we will order a
Trunk of any sise when wanted, if we have
the article on hand. Give ns a call.
F. SILL A CO.
Cniden's and Brown's Concordance
A pair's Book Store. Also, Bible Die
tionary, and many other valuable religious-works.
To thr Proprietors or the Calabar
Graixb akd to thr PrBLic: It gives me
pleasure to add my unsolicited testi
mony to the efficacy of the Calabar
txrains. In headache, dyspepsia, con-
ipation, snd dizziness, they work like
charm. In conclusion, permit me to
that I hare written only what I
from actual experience and par
ticular inquiry, to be true of the justly
celebrated Calabar Gbaixs.
Yours, Very Truly,
C. B. Bozmax.
Vc Connelsvil'e, Ohio, June 24 3m.
tFtk. Calabar Gnuus are for sale by
DmjisU. . i
MISSCEI.EAX EOl S.
Xtna Insurance Company
' HARTFORD, COS. '
Acbitob or Statkvs Otucr.
'" Department of Insurance,
Columbus. V., Jan. iz, itru
It is herebv certified, that the vEtna In
durance Company, located at Hartford, in
the State of Connecticut, has complied, in
all respects, with the laws of this Stste re
latine to such Ineursnce Companies, for
the current year, and has filed in tbU
Offiee a sworn Statement by the proper
Officers, showing its condition ana easi
ness, at the date of nch Statemeht, aS fel
lows: - i ;
Am'nt actual paid tip capital, $3,000,000 Oil
Argreg't am'nt avftilsbU assets 6,649,504 07
Aeeree't am'nt liabilities, (in '
rlndine Re-insurauca,) - .! 7.753,19ST
Am'nt income preceding year," 3,1137,928 70
Am'it expenditures " M'S.SJl 74
In witness whereof. I have hereunto sub
scribed mv naiae.. and eansed the Seal of
my Office to be affixed tbe day. jd year
above written. , JA3. U. GODllAX,
. Audi tor of tate.
James Watklns, ..,
. Agent,.,McCounelsville, 0. ..
July .29 3w. i. -. 1 1 ' i-:
Ohio Farmers' Insurance tto.,
LE ROY, MEDINA CO., OHIO.
ASSETS JAM All Y FIRST, 1S70,
ixsrnss TARV property oslt.
' ' Acditoi'b or State's OVfick, )
Department of Insurance, f
CbLrxac, Jan. List, IS70. ; )
It ia hereby certified, (hat tlieOhio Farm
ers Insurance Conipanv, located at West
field. Le Kov P.O..iu tbeState ofOhishaa
complied, in all respects, with the laws of
thia State relating to Mutual Fire insur
ance Companies, for the current year, anil
has filed to this office a sworn statement by
the proper officers theivof, showing its con
dition and business at the date of. such
statement, (December 31. 1S09,) to be as fol
lows: Aggregate amount of Available '
Assets, including .the -sum f
$97,750 in Premium 'Note hold' - ;i
- by tlal company en policies,- $3U,553 01
- ' ' ' LIABILITIES. ""1' :i '-
Lobops unpaid- . . one,
tte.Insnratocei1,u" -;tl74;0(i3 00 174,06? 00
Amount of Insurance lor the pre-1 '
ceding year in cash, ' ' 129,251 C9
AmouBi-of Iacome lor the prece- ' '
dine rear in Premium 5ts '' ' '"'
able to attaesMneut, 1 9.5".i8 V7.
" EXPENDITURES. ;
Losses paid during , - ... ,
the year, ' ' 43,393 90
Expenses, '. ' " ' ' 1810 26JC.004 18
- In Wriuess whereof, I have hcreunuo sub
scribed my name ana caused the seal oftny
office l- be aflixed the: day and year above
written. ' JA3. H -tiODJAN; :
. . i - AtUoV'f Stat.'
a H. Hirtrr. Secretary.
i :. RcrwaiFfcafc'MAWtPreVidtfnt.'
G. C. 310RSE, ;-'''-
--AG EXT, Morgan County, Ohio.
July 15, 1H70. 3w,
Sixth Annual Statement of the
Farmers)' Insurance Co.
i Auditor or Statr's OrncE, 1
Hepartmentof Insurance, ' v
Cci.miies, Fib. 9, 1870. I
It h herfbv certified, That the Farm.
Insarance tjimpaoy, located at Jellnwaj,
Ohio, in the btate of Uuio, has complied iu
all respep'a w i h lbe laws of this State ca
lating to Fire Insurance Companies, for the
enrreat year, and baa filed ia ibis t-fiice a
sworn slateiDent, . bv the pruper odicets
thereof show its condition aitd buin" I
a' the dale of fuch statemeut, ltcetuber 31
1869. lo be as lollows:' '
Awofwctnatt-MtaI paid up, flMi.Wf QtL-fger-Tbun
Ar. am t oi avanacie Assris, - . izj.ojj 10 i
Aggregate am't of Liablities (ex--ept
osj'ital). including re-in-'-.
(urattee afUi per oetrt-J o ua"
pended premiums, a'ould be 8 - .'-V" '
9t4 61; at4 per rent, rrgarded
a. absolute liability re-insur- ; ' -ance
a . .... . ?. .. . 7,123 68
Amount of Income or the prece-' ' '
ding year in cash,- ' : -' ' 7,839 79
Amount of Income for premiums . - -
on risks written during the year -'
not paid ia cash. - .' ', ' 5,803 12
Amount of expenditures for tbe : -preceding
year iu cash, ... 879 13
Amuunf of Premium Xot held , . .. .
bj the coninauy under former . -;
organization,' . . . .. . j ...11,865 77
In Witness Whereof, I hare hereunto sub
scribed my-name, and cansed, the Seal uf
Seal my Oflice to be ,affixed, the day
and year above written. " . . ,
JAS. II. GODJAN, Audi State.
AMOS S WIIITAHCR, ,
Traveling and Soliciting Agt.
July 8 1870-3. V. , ,',.-.....
or rariors, unnrenes anrt conges, are su
perior in great fullness of Tone, Express
ion, ana x-iasuoiiy i luucn.
23,000 Have i Reen Sold and
Are Kow In Use.
Prices, from 1100. to 51,600. '
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For circulars, giving prices and styles of
cacii lusirumeu aauress or can on
. C,E. KAHLER,
' UeConnelavUIe, Ohio,
insy 27-2oio. ' r
SOXEYCAJISOTJfT IT I 1
For Sight is Priceless
: -S1!- . .. ..
THE DIAMOND GLASSES I !
E. SPENCER &CQ
N. Yn which tre now offered to the
public, are rwonoaaeed by all tb$ celebra
ted upiiciai al,ine orW ia BeiJi J
Natnral, Artificial help to tbe human ej
tvei knows. They are ground under tbeir
strpenrnjion. - franr inimlte . O vsta
Pbbls. melted toselhsr. jia J kerr-i tt-ar
6rf itn? their
hardness and bi iliiancy.
TUe Scientific Principle
wbirh tiey ate constrncied brings tbe
or center of the lens directly io front
tho ejr, prodacing a clear and distinct
vision, as iothe naturar, healthy sight, aad
preventing all onpleasant sensations, such
glimmerisg and averiDg of shiht, diz-1
iDC?, Cn peculiar to alt others 10 ese. 1
They are mounted in the Finest" llaa-
In frames ol the bet quality of all ma
teria b Bsed for that purpose. Tbeir fiuish
durabilitj cannot be surpassed.,":," ..
Nooe' " genaine- - unless
hearing their trade mailt stauped on every
II. B. VIPJCEVT & RRO., "
Jewelers and Opticians,' are al8' agents
McConnelsville, Ohio, Trota wlvm they
olv he obtained. These goods are
not snpfnieirio Pedlers at try-prTce.'---Jote
riTRLISUlXGr Si. PRIXTIXC.
Published every Friday morning in
McConnelsville, Obio, on the Co opeo
sr rativa Plan of . publishing a count
pif. Newspaper, contains
LOCAL AND i;OItEIGX.
XEOUS AND COMMER-
: ': ' CIAL, . '
Resides a Greater Variety of
any paper ever published in I
Morgan County !
Agents "Vr anted. 1
To assist in enlarging the
this paper, aud to whom
circulation of I
L1DCRAL CASH WAGES !
will be' paid.
"While we are prepared to do all kinds of
m Job v
plain Job rriuuug neatly and expeduuius-
Special -A-ttention !
our facilities for printing all kinds of 1
HAND BILLS, '
' ANDi"SUCU JOB
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Work in general, as we are supplied with
best and largest assortment vf.
snch pnrpoaes, that ever was ia ilc-
FHtVEST , CORNER - OF PUB-
lii;. syuArit. -
DRY GOODS, &.C.
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May be found at hi office on
THE SOl'TIT-WCST CORXl IX
At all tices, when not absent oa Profe.;
Sept 24 1869-tf ' " ' .
1S70. Summer Trade. 1STO.
Adams & Kaliler
have a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queensware, Boots and Shoa,Jtc.,
O REATL.YRED UCJSD PRICES
STORE : XorM est Corner of Center and
Eaxt Street, .
M 'Connelsville. Ohio.
sprit 23-1 y. .
IV, C. TRLSIZE
asks the piMic to call and examine his
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotype., Am
brotypea, Gems, 4c, Ae., which cannot b
sujrpassed anywhere. He has perfected ai
rangemects whereby anyone can be ac -eomodated
with the'finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooma
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone'
Bnllding, Center Street, M'ConnelsvUld.
C. X. HALL,
. Wholesale andjletall
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MALTA, OHIO ;
BSJ.' BUSINESS DONE ON, A
-May 7, 1869-tf.
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gTJLLlVAN & BEOWNV . . '
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
BOOK B I X DEES J
Blank Rook Manufactory -
' ' FI.tJE JOR PREVTTSa"
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, e-
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. 3 Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, hst paper at th
Zanasville, Oct. 15, 1369,
Improved Faniily "J
EriNG 1 MAC HIXE .
J. C- STONE, Agett,
k. t. - ; ilcConuelaville, O.
CHINA, GLASS. JLXD . V "
The subscriber hasovened a store in th.
Harableton Buildine. 2orth aide of Center
Street, above the Bank, McConnelsville, O. '
has opened out a large stock ofQcaisa
ware of the finest quality, to which ho in
vites the attention ofthe citizens of Mor-i
County, and solicits their patronage.
Intending to raaketne businesa aspecialtv,
will sell his goods at as low rates as they
be possibly be procured for else.wh.ere.
Queensware he offers took the
the Faris exposition, over all oompet-'
tors, as the very best K?lish Ware. Also
will keey a full stock of Glass, Yellow and
KtoneWare; French China, Lara Ware'
Vases. Mantel Urnamenu, and China
Tovs: and, from time to time, will be added
other articles generally connected with th
asiness .Parties purcnasoig can aiaava v
certain ot replacing any erticiu that
mar be broken, as one eup, saucer, or any "
other piece belonging-to a set will be sold..
Don't tail to examine our goooa and pricea
Jartfora. pjrcbaaingieJwhrek--Gda' aojd "
cash or country produce, at market