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DOLLARS A IEAH Iff
M CONNELSVILLE :
FRIDAY, - . . August 12, I8TO.
Prohibition Count j Ticket.
JOHN H. MDRRY.
FOR t BOflECCTJKO ATTORNEY,
J08HUA T: CREW.
WILLIAM II . COOL.
FOR IKFIRHART DIRECTOR,
SIMPKIN H. BROWN
The Conservative for the Campaign.
" 11 AvMvanv a wtv TrW
I.! rU,v of istoXTo cis. ' All
friends of the paper are solicited io act
as Aeents for it. Uet up your uiuus
The Conservative for the Campaign. Notice to Contractors.
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Rev. P. J. Catber, C. L. Barker, and C.
M. Roberts, are ready to receive bids for
bu ildine a Baptist Cb
urch in McConnele-
Ou last Saturday, Gaylord's Conven-
lion met in the Town Da J. About
fortv delegates were present. They
nominated Robert A. Pinkerton as a
candidate for Treasurer William Sher-
wood for Commissioner: and John
Xlev for Infirmkrv Director. Not
vinr t nVfain anv ttmW mil. f
which to make a candidate for Prose-
cuting Attorney, they authorized the
Central Committee to appoint such a
candidate, provided J. M. G. succeed
ed in whittling out, any time during
the campaign, an individual possess
ing the proper qualifications for the
office, that would accept of such ap
After making the nominations, the
committee on iveso.uuons reponeo.
We do not know who this committee
, e .. T xr c
. ' VI. A m A M I
himself, nor do we know exactly
what was resolved on, not being pres-
ent when they were read to the Con-
vention, and not being furnished with
a report of the proceedings of the
Convention. We are informed, how
ever, that thev were orincirjallv de -
j w a a.
nunciatorv of the Conservative, and that
they were draughted by J. JL G. We
happened in about the time J. M. G.
finished reading the resolutions to the
Convention, and heard his speech
thereon, and we purpose in this arti-1
cle to review it slightly.
Gaylord's speech was but the reiter-
ation of the many falsehoods we have
charged him with uttering, and proved
to be false, during the last four or five
weeks; and we shall not occupy space
by replying to but one of his charges. J
He charges us with betraying the De-1
mocracy at the time of the Judicial
election, which tprtnirmfod in iho
r, fit v w u- vJ
irie" eencn. aDout one -rear
ago. This charge has been made by
this same "worthy" before, but, on
account of our indisposition to pub-
lish anything that would reflect on the
character of WJIiam 0. Okey, who
was the Independent candidate for
the Judgeship, we have not replied to
it. But J. M. G. seems disposed to
n i-t t . ,
xorce us to give our reasons lor pureu-
iug a neutrai course relative to mat
filAtf i An anil Vi 4Viaw
First, Mr. Okey was noi a Demo-
cratic candidate, was not brought into
the field by Democrats, and, therefore,
we were under no obligations as a
Democratic editor, to support him.
He was broucht into the field bv the I
Republicans of Noble county, and run
as an Independent candidate. Noble
county wanted the Judgeship, tndjhe
was bound to have it at all hazards,
Some of the Democrats of this county,
thought that if it was to Noble coun-
antr Mn -. s.M. A
to have it. and thev came to us and re-
DIlAafcAd thai, wo clinii .
neutral position on the question. We
saw proper to do bo, and we now ask
what there was in such action to justi-
fy any one in charging ux with betray-
inS . xemocrauc party r .air. UKey
did not come before the people as a
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ui parues, sua especially aevotea
to the interests of N oble county. How,
then, can such a charge be sustained
against us for our course ? We leave
the question for the decision of the
Second, we have another reason for
our course, and that is that Mr. Okey
showed himself, when on an election-
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WUI i m ouuij, ra u n
",t maif.r tte Place Ue evinced, I
wuue in wis town, a disposition to
truckle to the Liouor Vended and it
was understood, in case he was elected,
that such violators of our laws should
be very lightly dealt with, to say the
least of it. For this reason, alone, we
blame ourselves for not giving Judge
Wood the full and hearty support of
our paper, and this is all the regret
we have ever entertained relative to
In our opinion, it is high time that I
men who aspire to political honors and
preferment should so conduct them
selves that they can be pointed to as
examples to be followed by the youth
of the community, not as breakers
which wreck all with which they
V?.UL" . .
j a .
rt e snail not attempt to respond to
J. M. G's tirade of personal abuse,
which he heaped upon us last Satur
day. Rather are we content with our
osition as we have proved it in the
ast four or five issues of our paper.
The charge J. II. G. makes of our
"selling out," is simply ridiculous.
Our paper is devoted to the best in
terests of the Democratic party of
Morgan, and will ever be while it is
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the residence of Hon. W. P. Spracrue
on Mondav evening. The receipts
were uqwarps of 13.00.
m To. on t "
Sf S!I,ni aWre?e .y.un8
man of Bristol township, while in a
Btate of intoxication, made an at
tempt to enter Seaman & Co's
Clothing Store, on Center Street,
on Tuesday ngiht, between nine
fcnd ten o'clock. He was quartered
in the calaboose until the next
iu tu vwow "
83U G. E. Halliday has been ap
pointed Express Agent here.
t Center Street has been re
lieved of about six inches of dost, by
scraping it. A good idea.
B$a- The M. E. Sabbath School
went picnicking to Gayeport on
S. The Universalis Sabbath
School, accompanied by the Silver Cor
net Band, started on a pic-nic excur
sion to Duncan's Falls this morning.
t& Read the utory of the
"Drunkard's Death," found on the
outside of this paper. It is one of
Charles Dickens' earliest produc
n "k i T
xXuriO UVB. lH2L9. iu.asi.ersuu, jrm,
was brought before James V atkins, J.
P, yesterday, on a charge of stealing
nine sheep, the property of John E.
vi. oJ' LnLL.rtoCourtlhher8alano8-
in the sum of one hundred
bail. Masterson and Nixon are both
f Deerfield township.
J. The Radical State Convention
held in Columbus on Wednesday, nom
mated Gen. Isaac R. Sherwood as
candidate for Secretary of State; Geo.
w- Mcllvaine for Supreme Judge; Gen
W, T. Wilson for Controller of the
Treasury; Philip V- Hertig for Mem
ber of Board of Fublic Works- bner
wood and Elerzig are the present incum
bents of the offices for which they have
A Burglary in Pennsville.
On Wednesday morning, about
one or two o'clock, the store of
xhoma8 penr 0se, at Pennsvill e, was
entered by 60me onc whQ blew the
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safe open, acd.appropnated tbe;con-
tents, about five hundred dollars, to
his own use. It is thought tho
burglary was committed by some
ono acquainted with the premises
$0 arrests have been made.
The Pittsbure Commercial of
Saturday says: "Lost overboard below
Wellsburg Landing, on Wednesday
evening, from the steamer Julia No. 2,
John W. S toots, a native of Zanesville
When last 6een he was asleep on a
bale of cotton. The supposition is that
he got up in his sleep and walked
overboard. His cries for assistance
were heard. The boat was stopped
an(l the yawl sent out, but too late
he had sunk for the last time, lie
was young man, aged about ninteen
years. On his right arm was the pic
ture of a young lady with the following
initials, 'J. W. S
A "Beauty" of an Officer.
got up the dance that
On laet Sunday afternoon, an m-
dividnal m 8Ute &fpartia, intoxi,
"t.on was berat.ng another mdivid-
ual in ront of J. M. G's office, on
Center Street, and used considera-
hie indecent language. J. M. G.,as
know, is a J. P., and he thought
his duty to command the Peace,
ftnj .consequently, stuck his head
The ,div.id.ual be 8Poke tospond-
ed: a a a J"00' ?0n come Oown
hfcre and 111 command you!" J.
M. G. didn't come down. He quiet-
subsided with his usual dignity
Thomas J ohnsan, mail-carri-
on the Cutler route, tells us that
was held at Chesterfield on Friday
evening, the 29th ultimo, and that
had no idea of having it operate
PPsitKm to the Temperance
meetlDS be,d ther0 on the Bame
evening. While this is nnboubted-
correct, yet, there remains not a
doubt but that the Whisky Eepub
lican Ring of McConnelsville at
tempted to make the dance operate
we atated in our last issue. Of
coarse , Mr. Johnson is not respon-
sible for their act.
Odd Fellows' Celebration at
four Jear8 r-d Rnd m the bill to
your husband by decrees. Many
On the 30th of this month, Aug
ust, the . Hemlock Lodge, 289, of
Odd Fellows, will hold a eclebra-
tion at Unionville. Dr. Reamy, of
Zanesville, will deliver the Oration
Members of tho Order are to meet
at O'cioct p. v 0f said da5, at
n,. , , ...
the 0dd rcllowfl HaI1' of Uni00'
Vllle- The speaking will be in a
grove three quarters of & mile east
of Unionville, and will commence
at 2 o'ciock, P. M., of said day.
The McConnelsville Silver Cornet
Band will be in attendance,
jj order of
W. S. Floyd,
" Chancellor Zabriskie, of New
Jersey, says he hs granted more
divorces since the war than were
granted nrevioaslv Bince the forma-
l&m The Women's Journal gives
this as an illustration of a common
sin: 'A fashionable dress-maker in
New York urged an economic.il
young girl, about to be married, to
buy her a costly trousseau or wed
ding outfit. 'But I have no money,'
said the maiden. 4No matter,' said
the complacent tempter; 'I will wait
The most extensive farmer in Iowa, if
ot a the wh2? world id in G.run-
dy County. The name of this Agncul-
tural Prince is Geo. Wells. He has a
farm of 8,000 acres, nearly all under
cultivation, and will raise this year
50,000 bushels of wheat and corn, oats
and barley in like proportion. In ad
ditionto this goodly crop, he will cut
150 acres of seed timothy. Mr. Wells
" now bueilT el,g?ed in harvesting, and
hs some twenty reapers and mowen
at work, givimng employment to over
one hundred men.
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The Badieal Con -
t& As Mr. - Bennett presented
th Henrietta to the Prince of
Waless. immediately after winning
a race with her, it is sapposed that
Mr. Ashbury, not to be eclipsed in
"international courtesy," should
present the Cambria to President
Grant. There would be a difference
in the two proceedings, however.
Mr. Bennett was pretty well as
sured that the Prince would not
(could not?) accept. Mr. A6hbury's
assurance on the acceptance would
be exactly the reverse. N. Y. Ex
press. Thirty thousand dollars is esti
mated as the amount that will bo
realized from taxing the Depart
ment employes at Washington for
campaign purposes, at 53 on $1,200
and $1,400 clerks, $4 on $1,600
clerks, and 5 on clerks having
jn.iii;rcesiuuai whuulucd icuuvu " v
assessment from one per cent, on in -
come, on account of serious objec
tions from the clerks. Somo Stato
Associations are protesting against
the right of the committee to levy
a fixed amount on salaries, and it is
asserted that the money is to be
largely used in trying t,o return the
present Republican delegation from
This is a good sample of the material
of which the Radical party in Kentuc
ky is composed: At the election last
Monday, in the town of Richmond,
there were 1,793 Radical votes cast.
Of these 600 were whites and 1,193
were blacks. Not-withstanding this
heavy reinforcment by the Fifteenth
Amendment, the Democrats came out
ahead by a majority of n.ore than three
I The conductor of the train
which took tho Iowa editorial ex
cursion out of Leavenworth was
robbed of his pocket-book. This is
unfortunate. Thoso Iowa editors
have not the best of reputations,
but we can scarcely believe any of
them so depraved as to pi';k a pock
et while dead-heading around the
country at the expense of the rail
IS?" The King of Belgium, a
short time since, sent all his silver
spoons, plate, Ac, to England for
safe-keeping. We were at a loss to
account for this precautionary tim
idity on the part of the King of
Belgium, but a paragraph in one of
the French journals explains it. It
is there stated that General Butler
had applied for a position in tho
All Going the Same Way.
Since 1870 commenced there have
been State elections in Connecticut.
New York, Oregon and Kentucky. In
all of them the Democrats triumphed.
in 'Connecticut by 0O, in New York
by 90,000, in Oregon by 5,000, and in
Kentucky by cfl.OOO. These elections
in the earlier part of the year are sig
nificant of those that are to take place
in Ohio Indiana and Pennsylvania in
October. It is to be a year of Demo
cratic triumphs, which will be greater
and more decisive as the season pro
gresses. Cin. Enq.
Noam Carolixa seems to have gone
well, the people voted Democratic; but
how Graxt and Holdkk'b pet lambs
will permit the election to be declared,
the Lord only knows.
The Democracy of the Fifteenth dis
tnct one on the list to be redeemed
this fall- on Thursday nominated for
Representative Mr. John Gartwbigiit
ofPomeroy, Meigs coanty. The Cin
cinnati Commercial describes Mr. Cast.
bight to be "a hale old gentleman
fifty or fifty-five years of age, a man of
character, means and decided ability
He is a member of the bar, and a lea
ding citizen of Pomeroy." In 1868
Moore carried this district by 956 ma
jority . Statesman.
A Massaschusetts paper solemnly
chronicles the fact that Moses Ly
man, of Massachusetts, d d around
good deal because a thunder-
shower came up before he had suc
ceeeded in getting in bis hay crop,
and that a pious hired man reprov
him for his profanity, telling him
that lightning would strike his
house it he didn't quit. Like Ajax,
defied the lightning, and imme
diately a red-hot bolt ripped np the
ingles of his roof and ran a muck
through the pantry, filling the pro
fane farmer with consternation and
tne pious hired man with awe. At
first blush we are distoseJ to ac
cept this a a direct reproof from
heaven of a wicked and foolish
practice; but when we reflect that
Ben Wade's house has never been
struck by lightning, we are forced
the conclusion that the Massacha
setts case was merely a coincidence.
Tieed or Waiting. A short time
ago. a Quaker lady, a maiden who
had reached the age of sixty, accep
the offer of a man who belonged
the "world's people" and the
Presbyterian Church, and began to
prepare for her wedding. As us
ual, a delegation of Friends from
her meeting waited on her, and
remonstrated with her for marrying
out of meeting. The bride-elect
heard the visitors patiently, and
Look hero! I've been waiting
these sixty years for the meeting to
marry me; and if tbe meeting don't
ike me to marry out of it, why
don't the meeting bring along its
That was conclusive, and tbe
delegation merely replied "Fare
well, and vanished.
Extracts from an Article in
the Zanesville City Times.
The Zanesville City Times has
been very much improved under
the Editorship of W. W. PyJe, re
cently of the McCDnnelsville Her
ald; and we prophesy that, under
his management, it will see its palm
iest days. In last week's issue
there is an original story, written
for the Times, which Mr. Pyle calls
the attention of his readers espec
ially to, by a strong endorsement
of its stylo and sentiment. It is a
Temperance Story, and we quote
the following extracts in order to
show the people of Morgan County
the real views of Mr, Pyle on the
liquor-traffic, as be evinces them
when untrammelled by politics.
All will remember that the Times
is an independent paper. Read
"Many changes hav taken place
, . ' - anDV home ofF my
rnim hrmi. i rift old noma ia cone
.... . m. . . .
now. The village Church was torn
down to make room for a grander
structure something more fashion
able. The . village school is no
more,. and the place where it stood
is occupied by a thrifty and enter
prising 'Saloon keeper,' those great
men who 'leave behind them foot
print on tho sands of time.' Obi
bow I hate the vender of intoxica
ting liquors; how my heart burns
with lLdignation to see these min
ions of the devil, petted and caress
ed by society, with nothing toreco
mend them but their ill-gotten
wealth. Ministers of the gospel are
proud of their company, feel hon
ored to be called their friend.
Churches consider them their best
members, simply because they are
able to pay for the best and high
est seat in the synagogue. They
are very cenerous when a collec
tion is taken up, and, in fact, are
good fellows, well met at ail times.
Ah! how many of their victims are
damning tbem with execrations m
iiome Tiad house? How many poor
fellows are now suffering the tor
tuenls of the damned, how many
more are on tho road to ruin and
inevitable destruction? How many
more of the highest youths of Amer
ica arc toltencg down to a drunk
ard's grave, bringing the gray hairs
of their parents with sorrow to tho
tomb? All through the ministry
of these auxilaries of Satan!
Kind reader, I ask your pardon
for seeming to despise tbe meanest
thing that crawls beneath my eyes,
but I cannot forget how they havo
robbed me of my b asband and my
happiness, forced my children to
beg for bread, and, at the last con
signed me and my orphans to the
tender mercies of an unfeeling
world, among strangers, far, far,
from my village home and the dear
friends that once strew my path
with flowers; but, then, it is well I
am among strangers, as it would on
(y be another thorn in my bleeding
heart if my mends knew of my pov
'Let Christianity unito and con
demn the vending of intoxicating
liquors. Let all Churches that pro
fess morality be judged by their op
position to this root of all evil. '-On
points of doctrine, bigots aloue
6hould fight;" he can't be wrong
who will withdraw his support and
influence from that Church, or that
Society, which numbers among its
members the name of a rum-seller.
Let their names be blotted out from
among mankind, and their memo
ries will perish from the earth.
Lot them be fugitives and vaga
bonds, unless they arise and return
to their father's house, and my
word for it, our father's house will
scarcely conUin his returning and
JJ6T Bev. E. P. Hammond, the
revivalist, excels m the power of
apt illustration. Noticing, in one
of his sermons, the apathy :nto
which professors of religion often
fall, he said: "To be sure they come
to the Lord's house, and even sit at
tbe Lord's Supper, but that don't
make them his children. I have
known hundreds of just such people,
who imagined themselves the heirs
of eternal Iifet when in fact they
were only boarders in the house of
the Lord. Their idleness in the
vineyard of their Master reminds
me of a story told of an old fellow
who refused to subject himself to
tbe influence of the Spirit, and
would hardly attend church at all,
on the plea that he was an estab
lished Christian, and thereforo
there was no use in it. About this
time ho wont with bis son Dan, a
boy of fifteen, to get a load of wood.
Tbe wagon was piled full, and tbe
old man chirruped to tbe horse; but
the animal had taken a balky fit
and would not stir. They took him
by the head and tried to load him;
not in inch would he stir. Then
the whip was freely used, but it
only caused the refractory beast to
kick and rear, without taking a step
forward.' Tbe old man threw down
tbe whip and groaned.
Dan, what's to be done?" he
cried. "I don't know, father' the
boy gravely replied. "1 reckon
he's one of your established Chris
ft- At a funeral in Cedar Rapids
the officiating clergyman gave ut
terance to the 'following truths:
"Tbe Biblo says, 'In the ben
ginning was the Word, and tbe
Word was with God. and the Word
was God;' but to suit the present
caBe I will panphiase it a little, and
siy, 'In tbe beginning was the devil,
and the devil was with whisky, and
tho devil was whisky, and whisky
was the cause of this man's death.'"
tST Thz Odd-fellows of the
United States, according to a lato
enumeration, are something over
ou,uuu strong. ,
tSf Gold Watches and Chains
for Ladies of the latest Styles; will
be sold very low.
H. B. VINCENT & BEO.
Tinware, Queensware, Wooden
Ware and House Furnishing Goods,
in endless variety, and at prices that
cannot fail to be satisfactory, at bill s.
M&- The best Black Mohair in
town just received from the Import
er at Stone's.
A few Mohair Switches left, at
If you want a Kitt of No. 1
Mackerel, new and nico. rail on
D. II. MOIiTLEY & CO.
July 29, 1870.
JST" Eye Protector for salo at
B- Every body likes a cup of cood
Tea or Coffee; but thev cannot Lave it
; without using a genuine article. This
, can always be had at Sill's as cheap as
I at nnv (irnccnr in the I Tniinrv.
JCSTAny publication not on hand,
will be supplied to order at Publish
er's prices, at ADAIR'S Book Store
t& There is a lady in town who
has made on Singer's Sowing Ma-
coine, with a single needle, over
one hundred dollars worth of work
forgone of our merchant tailor's.
Who can beat it.
tl, Nice stock of Brown and Blench
ed Muslins, Ginghams, &.C., at Sill's.
The Board of Directors ot the Mor
gan County Agricultural Society, are
requested to meet at the Mayor's Office
in McConnelsville, on
Moridoy, Av just 15, 1870,
at 10 o'clock, A. M , for the transac
tion of business for the Society. Bus
iness of importance demands a full
attendance of the Board.
By order of the President,
Johk S. Adair, Secretary.
E5U Just opened, a nice lot of Octo
Cake Moulds- call and see them, at
Xotice is heieby given that Alexan
der Raney, an indented apprentice of
mine, has lett me without any reason.
All persons are hereby fore-warned
against trusting, harboring, or em
August 5th, 1870. - 3w.
Of Magazines, Newspapers, and
all Periodical Publications, supplied
to order at ADAIB'S Book Store.
Bering's Silk and Clark's Cot
ton, all numbers for machines, at
S&" All kinds of Summer Goods
selling at prices" that can't be beat
to close out Stocic at Stone's.
K- Call and see our nice, pressed
tin Milk Pans, all sizes from 2 to 12
quarts. F. SILL fc CO.
J8- New lot of Itubber Chains
and spins, Chatclain and Opers
style, finely finished and very cheap.
Ladies please call and see them.
II. B. VINCENT & BRO.
tSTYon ean get an excellent War
Map at ADAIR'S Book Store.
SgU Dry Goods, Notions and Varie
ty Goods, as cheap as the cheapest, at
To thr Proprietors of the Calabar
Grains and to thk Pcblic: It gives me
pleasure to add my unsolicited testi
mony to the efficacy of the Calabar
Grains. In headache, dyspepsia, con
s'ipation, and dizziness, they work like
a charm. In conclusion, permit me to
say that 1 have written only what I
know from actual experience and par
ticular inquiry, to be true of the justly
celebrated Calabar Grain's.
Yours, Very Truly,
C. B. BOZMA2T.
Mc Connelsvil'e, Ohio, June 4 3m.
E, Calabar Grains are for sale by
t. Inm Collars, "dead loads" of
them at Sill's.
JBSrThe French have been badlv
whipped at Hagenan, with a loss of
o.OOO killed and wounded, and 6,000
prisoners: but this terrible punish
nient has no effect upon the large
and excellent assortment of WALL
PAPER at ADAIR'S Book Sfore,
which is being sold at ruinously low
prices. Tho consequence is that the
reaumg people, wno Keep posted in
the movements of the French and
Prussian armies, and have learned
of tbe large stock and low prices of
these uooda at the liook Store mva
riably purchase their supplies of that
hrm. .bvoryDody should call there
botore purchasing elsewhere.
EOKY CiJtfOT BCY IT !
For Sight is Priceless
THE DIAMOND GLASSES ! !
J. E. SPENCER &CO.
Of N. Y., which are now offered to the
public, are pronounced by all tbe celebra
ted Opticians of the World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human ej
ever known. '1 bey are ground under their
own raperviEioo, from minute Crystal
Pebbles, melted together, and derive their
name, '-Diamond," on arcount of their
hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
On whirl they are constructed brings tbe
core or center of tbe lens directly in front
of tbe eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in tbe natural, healiny sight, and
preventing all unpleasant sensations, such
as glimmering and wavering of sight, diz-
Zioess, &c, peculiar to all others to nse.
Ibey are mouoted in tbe Finest Man
ner, In frames of the best quality of all ma
terials used for that purpose. Their finish
and durability cannot be surpassed.
UAUllOM. None genuine unless
bearing their trade mark stamped on every
II. B. YIXCEXT & BRO.,
Jewelers and Opticians, are sole agents
ior icuonnelsvula. Ohio, from whom tbey
can only be obtained. These goods are
not supplied to Pedlcri at any price.
June 3, 1870 ly.
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To our facilities for printing all kinda of
AND felSUCU JOB
Work in peneral, as we are supplied with
tbe best and largest assortment of
For eucb rnrposcs, tbat ever waa in Mc
KELLY'S BUILDING J
SGUFH-WESTfeCORNER- OF PUB
DRY GOODS, &.C.
III: I 111 nun,
MADE TO ORDER,
llllllli S ME
April 23 tf.
W. IL HELLY, M. 3.
May be found at his office on
THE SOUTn-WEST tORSER
At all times, when not absent on Profess
1STO. Summer Trade. 1S70.
Adams & ICahler
have a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
Grvtceries, Queensware, Boots and Shoes, 1c,
G RE A TL Y RED UCED PXICES
STUEE Xorffl-West Corner of Center and
IV. C. TRESIZE
asas tbe public to call and examina his
specimen Photagrapha, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac, Jtc, which cannot bo
surpassed anywhere. He baa perfected ar
rangement whereby any one can bo ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
aul pictures of India Ink Work. Roouia
oTer Boone'a Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, H'Connelavilio,
Arril 23 lv.
C. L. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTJjY CASH SYSTEM IJSS
May 7, 1869-tf.
JgULLIVAN & BEOWN.
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
BOOK BIND E It S!
Blank Book Manufactory,
FI.E JOB PRIXTIXG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, ic,
bound in any style and at tbe cheapest
rates. Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, c, best paper at tfca
Zanesville, Oct. 15, 1S69.
JStna Insurance Company,
Auditor or Stat's Ofeici,
Department of Insurance,
Columbus, U., Jan. 12, 1870.
It is hereby certified, that the JEtna In
surance Company, located at Hartford, in
the State of Connecticut, has complied, in
all reipecta, with the laws of this State re
lating to such Insurance Companies, for
the current year, and has filed in this
Office a sworn Statement by the proper
Officers, showing its eondition and busi
ness, at the date of such Statement, aa fol-v
Am'nt actual paid up capital, $3,000,000 00
Aejjree't am'nt available assets 5,549,504 97
Aggreg't am'nt liabilities, (in
cluding He-insurance,) of
Am'nt income preceding year, 3,937,928 70
Am'nt expenditures " " 3,473,831 74
In witness wnereor, 1 nare nereunto suo-
cribedmy name, and caused the Seal of
my OfEce'to be affixed the day and year
above written. JAS. H. GODMAS'.
Audi tor of State.
Agent, McConnelsville, O.
July 29 3tv.
QUEENSWA H E !
CXIXA, GLASS, AND
The subscriber has opened a store in tha
Hambleton Build in?, North side of Ceuter
Street, aboyethe Bank, McConnelsville, O.
and has opened out a large stock of Quiks3-
ware ot me nnest quality, to wbicn ne in
vites tne attention of the citizens of Alor-
au County, and solicits their patronage,
nteoding to makethe business a specialty.
he will sell his goods at as low rttes as they
can be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The Queensware he offers took tha
At the Paris exposition, over all eompeti-
wr m ma vcrj nest x.ogiisn ware. Also
U! keep a full stock of Glass. Yellow and
Stone Ware; French China, Lava Ware,
vases. Mantel Ornaments, and China
Toys; and, from time to time, will be added
other articles generally connected with thd
business, i'arties purchasing can always
be certain ot replacing any article that
mar be broken, aa one enp, sancer, or any
other piece belonging to a set will be sold.
Don't fail to examine oar goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sold
for cash or country produce, at market
rates. R-1. J'KIS3.