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TW'O. 130LL.4US A ICAH IX
FRIDAY, . . . August 86,1870.
Prohibition Count j Ticket.
JOHN II. MUREY.
ton PROPECCT1XG ATTORNEY,
JOSHUA T. CREW.
WILLIAM II . COOL.
l'OR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR,
SIMPKIS II . BROWN.
The Conservative for the Campaign.
You can have the Coxskryattvf, for
the Campaign of 1870, for 40 Cts. All
friends of the paper are solicited io act
as Agents for it. tiet up your i iuds.
Oca Fubhc Schools commence on
Ilonday, the 5th of next month.
The Public Schools of Malta, be
gin on Monday, tbe 12th of next
Mattie Pic kett's privato school,
m Malta, gave an exhibition on
Our County Board of Agriculture is
doing all it can to give life and interest
to our approaching Annual Fair.
Ox Sunday evening, Dr. T. A Reamy,
of Zanesville, lectured to young men
and women, in the M. E. Church. lie
cannot be considered a success as a
Ox Tuesday, Holmes Stall was ar
raigned before James Watkins, Esq ,
on a charge of calling Harvey Alexan
der bad names. Stall was bound over
to Court. Gave bail.
Ox'E would suppose, by a reading of
the Herald that Arthur Pond, our Coun
ty Surveyor, is a second ilcClellan, in
point of Civil Engineering. Mr. Pond
is a very good County Surveyor; but
to say more than that of him, is merely
The card ot the Carrie Brooks, as
we published it lat week, stated
that she would leave Zanesville lor
Pittsburg, on Mondays. It should
havo said Tuesday mornings, as it
It is said that the "Phunny Phel-
low," of Malta, did not write the "Nunc
et Tunc" communication, published
two weeks ago in the Herald. Well, if
he didn't, he didn't, and there's the
end of it.
Business seems to be on the in
crease at P. Sweeney & Co's. They
tell us there has never been a time,
until now, since they commenced
business, that they could not fill an
order for theirstogie cigars, although
they are now running eight bands
Anothek runaway on Tuesday.
Frank Bemis left his young mare on
the street in charge of a small boy, who,
on the mare becoming restive, turned
her loose, and let her run whither sne
might. She made her way across the
bridge, and was.then s'opped. A buck
board to which she was hitched, was
torn to pieces. .
Ox last Friday, four or five individ
uals, of Ma'ta, were arraigned before
James Watkins, Esq., on a charge of
6?ealing chickens, and, pleading guilty,
wre fined five dollars each, and the
costs of prosecution. The stealing wa;
perpetrated as a "joke;" but the pay.
ing of the fine was not thought to savor
of fun in the slightest degree.
Under t'ie head of "Personal " Wal
ter C Hood, of the Marietta Time, in
his paper of the 11th instant, speaks
of one ot our townsmen, as follows :
Our old friend, J. T. Crew, Esq., of
jMcLonnelsvilIe, was in town, on I hurs
day last, and honored the writer with
h call. Mr. Crew, we are glad to learn,
though not from himself, is getting in
to a good practice. If energy and cor
rect morals avail aught, he is bound to
JIeetinq ur the Cccktt Lodge
of I. O. G. T's. The next meeting
of the Morgan County Lodge of the
Independent Order of Good Temp
lars, for Morgan County, will be
held in McConnelsville, on
Thursday, Sept. Sth, 1870.
Public adJrosses will be given in
front of the Court House in the
Miss Ellen J. Spencer, ot Meigsville
township, who was severely scalded,
( not scalled), with hot soap, on Satur
day, the 13th instant, died on Friday,
the 19th. She was alone for three
hours after the accident occurred, and
was able, during that time, to change
her clothes. Had she had prompt
medical attention immediately after
receiving her injuries, she would, doubt
loss, have recovered.
"Bio JIedicine" desires to call the
attention of our "Town Fathers" to the
unwholesome condition of ihe "Cala
boose." lie says it is poorly ventila
ted; in fact, that it is unfit, on account j
of its closeness, to confine a man in j
over night. He says he has spent eight
dollars in obtaining this information;
and that he is willing for the benefit of
frail humanity, to donate eight dollars
more to the town, provided his obser
vations are acted upon.
Rail Road Election.
The Stockholders of the South-west-e-n
Kail Koad Company, are hereby
notified that there will be an election
for Di'ectors of the company held atH
ihe office of the same in McConnels-
ville, Ohio, on
Wednesday, September 7th, 1870.
at 10 o'clock A. JI. of said day. By
order of the Board, W. P. Sprabte,
Aug. 2(5-'2 Secretary.
Guernsy county papers p'ease copy.
Apmiral FAnnAGrr has been rechosen !
Tresident of the Society of the Army J
and Navy of the Gulf. I McConnelsvilul
Herald, I'M inst.
Admiral Farragut on the 19th inst.,
had been dead live days. j
I 0Thk T' ay: TLe
County Gazette, edited by Thomas II ub-
i bard, is one of the best and epiciest
papers we get, but it is published at a
disadvantage in such a locality. The
democrats are poor, and the "Eads"
hare a'l things their own way. Read
this from the issue for August 5:
Our receipts "on subscription " for this
week, are as follows :
Borrowed of M. Stefel : : $2.00
Writing School. D. A. White has
opened a writing school in J. B.
Stone's building. Specimens of bis
Penmanship have been on exhibition
at the Post Office, for a week past ; and
in addition to their recommendation,
lie brings with him testimonials, not to
be disputed, of his ability to conduct
his business successfully. He starts
with about thirty five schola's, and will
receive others at all times. He partic
ularly desires to get up a class of schol
ars from eight to twelve years of age,
who will receive their instructions in
the afternoon. His present class meets
on all the evenings of the weeks, ex
cept Saturday. Ten lesions complete
Ok Wednesday, wo came near
having a very 6enous accident in
the runaway line. A two-horse
team, driven by A, J. Gray, and
hitched to an express wagon filled
with ladies, was returning from the
funeral of Miss Salina Riley, and,
when crossing the Public Square,
the horses began to run and kick.
Mrs. Patrick Cain, who xas sittmo
beside Gray, became veiy much
frightened, and attempted to take
the reins. By means of this, the
horses were turned round, and, for
tunately, stopped when the wagon
was on the verge of upsetting. Mrs.
Cain was so frightened, that her life
was in jeopardy for some four or five
Stowe's Circcs. On next Tuesday,
August 30th, Stowe's Circus will visit
McConnelsville, and give twoentertain-
nu nts. Their institution is said to be a
"perfect circus," and we doubt not but
those wlio like to frequent such places
will be as well entertained as is custom
ary. The -'Baby Julia," a child eques
trienne, is described as being the pret
tiest child and prettiest rider known
to the world. The "Perry Family,"
consisting of E. W. Perry. Minnie Per
ry, and the "Baby Julia" just mention
ed, are said to be riders of unequal
daring and skill in the world. The
Wilcox Bros., the wonderful Tram
polinists. are also with them, and will
perform some of their most interesting
feats. Prof. Frank Stowe and A. L.
Nicholes are described as being
"Clowns" of undisputed merits. Ad
mission, 50 cents; children, 25 cents
Entertainments both morning and
John McCormick, of Meigsville town
ship, came near having his Express
Wagon torn to 2ieces on monday mor
ning. He had driven to town for the
purpose of transacting some business
with the steamer Mink; and, while
doing so, very foolishly left his team
standing near the Wharfboat unhitch
ed. Meantime, the Mink blew her
whistle, ad the horses started on a run
up the street, where they attempted
to turn a corner, and only succeeded
in upsetting the wagon. No material
damage was done fortunately ; but we
will venture if somebody's child had
been run over, or the team had run
into a window of one of our business
houses, that Mr. McCormick would
have found his pocket-book relieved of
enough greenbacks to purchase at least
a hundred hitching straps, and also to
pay for the trouble of tying them to as
many hitching posts. It would be a
good idea for our Town Council to
make it the duty of the marshal to take
in charge every team, left on the
streets, that is not securely hitched;
and, also, to make it the duty of the
Mayor to fine the owners of said teams.
The town, also, should provide hitch-ing-posts,
at convenient distances,
throughout the entire town.
Gough's Apostrophe to Water.
crash and far away out on the wide
The following most eloquent
"Apostrophe to water," by Faul
Denton, a Methodist preacher, is
used by John B. Gough in his teni
peranc.o lecture as argument. It is,
indeed, a consecutive burst of the
beautiful, thrilling and truthful pas
6ages, 6uch as can rarely be found
in 6uch words:
Look at this, ve sons of earth!
Behold it! It is a beveraco that
was brewed by the hands of the Al
mighty llimsein Kot in a simmer
ing 6till on smoking fires, choked
with poisonous gases, and surround
ed by the stench of sickening odors
and rank corruption, docs our ra
ther in Heaven prepare the precious
essence of life, the pure cold water,
but in the green glade, and grassy
dell, where tho deer wanders and
the child loves to play, there God
brews it; and down in tho deep val
ley, where tho fountains murmur
and tne rills siug. and high upon
the mountain tops, where storm
brood, and the thunders
ea, where the hurricane howls mu
sic and the big waves roll the cho
rus sweeping the march of God.
There he brews ii that beverage
of health giving water. And ev
erywhere it is a thing of beauty;
glimmering in tho summer rain,
shining in the ice gem, till the trees
all 6eem turned into living jewels;
spreading a living veil over the set
ting sun, or in while gauze around
the midnight moon; sporting in the
cataracts, sleeping in the glaziers.
dancing in tho hail showers; folding
its curtain softly around tho windy
world, and weaving the mnny col
ored iris whoso warp is in the
ram drops of the earth whose
wool is in the sunbeams of heaven;
, I 1 I i ... : k i . r. . c .. I a . .
by the mj'StiC hand of reflection,
Ptill always it is beautiful that
blessed life water. JSo poison bub
bles on the brink; l's foam
do sadness or murder.
01 ,nS i
Correspondence of the Temperance Times.
The Devil's Tax-list.
The folloming figures, quoted
from the official report of the Uni
ted States special revenue commis
sioner, Mr. Well, give us tho ain't
of money which the retailing rum
sellers of tho United States swear
has been paid to them by tho peo
ple of the nation, for liquors, &c,
sold at retail by them, in the year
1SG7. Ilosv much more they sold
secretly, that they did not swear
to, is known only to God, who keeps
the dark account, and who 6ays.
"Woo unto him that putteth the
bottle to his neighbor's lips and ma
keth him drunken:"
New York, S24G,G17,520; Pennsyl
vania, S152,(JG3,433; Illinois, 6119,
933,450; Ohio, eiGl.734,875, Massa
chusetts. ?27.970.575; Maryland,
840.561,020; Missouri, $54,627,835;
Indiana, ?51 4I8.S9S; California,
559.924,090; Kentucky, 50,223,115;
Wisconsin, S43,S18.84o; Michigan,
652,781,170; Iowa, S35,5S2,G95; Con-
nccticut, $3i,001,230; New Jersey,
512,407.740; Maine, S8.2o7,015;
Khodo Island. 510.231,240; JNew
Hampshire, 12.029,175; Minnesota,
gl4.394,970; District of Columbia.
510.376,450; Vermont, G,7SG,005;
Kansas, 8.503.85G; Louisiana, 548,
021,730; Tennessee, 20,231,035;
Georgia, 525,32S.4G5; Virginia, 52G,
132,905; Alabama, 523.023.383; Tex
as, 520.751,250; South Carolina, 510,
G10.G25; North Carolina, 513.224,
340; West Virginia, 5S,80G,235; Ar
kansas, 57,858,S20; Delaware, 52,
770,355; Mississippi, 54,499,305; Or
egon, 54,261,240; Nevada, 54,838,-
JNeorasKa, j,zjvoio; Colora
do, 63.745,215. The territories,
514,1G9,400. Total, 1,4S9,128,0SG.
Thus it will be seen that during
the year 1S67 the people of the Uni
ted States paid over the counter, to
retail dealers, more that fourtoen
hundred and eighty nine million of
dollars; a sum moro than equal to
one-half the principal and tho an
nual interest of the publio debt.
That 6um, if applied to the payment
of the debt, would redeem it all in
cold, in two years. The amount of
money paid by actual consumers
for this strong drink, in three years,
would equal the entire debt of the
Union, and of all the states and all
the cities, counties, and towns of the
United States. The people of the
single State of Illinois pay for liq
uor a sum almost equal to the annu
al interest of tho national debt!
Included in receipts ot sales from
liquor-dealers arc such sums r.s may
have been received lor cigars at
their bars, which do not exceed tho
value of the liquors imported or pur
chased at wholesale by consumers,
and the sum of wales by establish
ments which make no returns, or
fraudulent ones. But the ci;ars and
tobacco sold at the bars of saloons
are but a part of the same reckless
extravagance which wastes upon
the useless luxnry of strong drink
nearly fifteen hundred millions of
dollars a year.
During tho last year of tho war,
when the Urited States had one
million of men on its p:iy-rvlls,
when it was paj ing two prices, in a
depreciated currency, for food and
clothing, and for labor, and for ma
terial of" war, ihts total expenditures
of the Government, including hund
reds of thousands of dollars actual
ly stolen, and as much wasted, did
not equal tho amount of money"
paid latyear to saloon-keepers and
other reta:l liquor-dealers by their
Teirible as theso facts and figures
arc, they give no iden of tho actual
damage wrought by tho hell born
traffic in intoxicating drinks.
Each single dollar in this vas-t ag
gregate may represent incalculable
loss. A dollar sunk in the sea is a
dollar lost; but a doliar tpent for
rum may cause the loss of many
morc. Each dollar's worth of liq
uor sold and drank may represent
man's degrcdation, woman's infann,
and ch'ldhood'e bitter sorrow. It
may represent disease, infirmity,
madness, pauperism, and imbecili
ty. It may represent braw!s, quar
rels, murders, robberies, disasters,
shipwrecks, and defeats. It may
represent the ruin of health, the
blighting of hopct, the breaking of
hearts, the wreck of homes, the
blasting oi lifo, the damnation of
hell. Every dollar in the devil's
tax-list is appropriated for crime,
sorrow, desolation, and perdition,
by a sinful nation, a pcoplo laden
In the year 1SG0 the United
States produced twenty-one million
dollars' worth of liquors, fifteen mil
lions being spirituous, and five mil
lions malt. In 18G0 the total pro
duction was forty-one million five
hundred thousand dollars' worth,
618,000,000 being malt, and 523,
500,000 spirituous. And in spite of
all theeflorts made to stay the evil,
it grows woise and worse. In high
places and low it swoepa onward
like a stream of burning lava,
threatening tho world with desola
tion. A pcoplo who pay 61,500,000 an
anally to retail dealers of liquors
and tobacco: who spend perhaps
50.000,000 more foi liquors import
ed or purchased wholesale by con
sumers, who spend 5100,000.000
yearly for cigars an-i tobacco in
other forms, may bo hold up as pat
terns and illustrations of the world's
progress and as promise of the mil-
lcnial glory of tho good time com
ing; but the thoughtful Christian
who knows enough of truo religion
know the difficulty ol converting
men to God whilo their heads are
muddled, fuddled, and addled with
rum, tobacco, and opium, will con
clude that with all the trumpet-
blowing and progress-boasting of
proud and sell -conceited ago, we
are yet in the same old world that
"lieth in the wicked one," and that
after all the rose-water churchian-
lty and self-praising philanthropy
tho age have done their work aiid
brought in their reports, thero may
yet something left that will need
deluge, as wide as tho waters of
Noah, and as lurid as the fires of
Sodom, to complete the world s rex
regeneration. Men and brethren!
open your eyes and see where you
drifting. All tho churches,
chapels, and parsonages m the
United States woutdn t pay this
- j - .
nation's rum bill for mx weeks! la
not time to reason of 'Ti-Utcou.i-1
ness, teTjperance, and judgment to
come," until men shall tremble as
did Felix, and "awake to righteous
ness, and sin not?" II, L. JIastings.
Great Salt Lake. The follow
ing account of Great S.It Lake will
be read with interest, as the Mor
mons are likely to figure somewhat
conspiciously in our western af
The late, it is said, is one hund
red miles long, and fifty miles wide;
also, that the water 1:1 it is double
the strength, or twieo as Fait as is
the water in the ocean. Many are
the streams, large and small, that
empty into it, but no stream flows
frum it. The Jordan, that comes
down from Utah Lake, a large body
of pure, fresh water, located twen
ty miles or more south-east from
Salt Lake, is a largo river of strong
current, constantly emptying into
Salt Lake, and yet tho water in tho
lake remains so salt that nothm
can live in it
'I he only perceptl-
i.u ,.i..nf,.i,. .
an average annual rise of one foot aj
year. Tin, water in Salt Lake is
ten feet higher than it was ten
years ago. This, said Mr. Jorden, of
Chicago, to me, as we stood on the
great Mormon tabcruacle, looking
over the lake, will in time drown
out tho whole city, if it continues.
Taking Back an Amen. The fol
lowing story will illustrate the dif
ference which thesourco from which
it flows makes with tho hearer of
sentiments devotional or other
wise: In Illinois. Ann Jordan, of the
Protestant Methodist Church, gam
ed quite a reputation as a local
preacher, kun was always ready,
largely to tho annoyance of Peter
Cartwright. Sho was present at
one of Oartwright's camp-meetings,
a good fcelinir prevailed, and many
were at the altar. Cartwright call
ed on all to kneel, and asked some
one to lead in prayer. Ann struck
off at once with much feeling and
power. Cartwright, not recogniz
ing her voice, shouted out "AmcnT'
A brother, kneeling close by, whis
pered: "It is Ann Jordan praying.
Cartwright, looking around and
6ceing that it was, cried out, "1 lukc
that amen back! '
Dress of American Girls. The New
York Times is credited with the follow
ing sensible comment upon the pre
vailing style ol dress among American
The principal of a Boston school has
suggested to parents and guardians
that the girls at an apiH'Oaching exhi
bition shall be simply and plainly dress
ed. The recommendation is universal
ly applicable, and should be universal
ly heeded. Not only at school exhibi
tions, but at school everv dav, Ameri
can girls are overdressed The fashions
are followed as thoughtlessly by them
as by their mothers: and from verv
early ages they are accustomed to wear
jewelry, and to spend money with a
freedom which leads to future improv
idence. We dare not hope that the
Boston teacher will succeed in his at
tempt to inaugurate reform. If he
should, he will be one of the benefac
tors of his race. The practice he dep
recates is the source ot much frivolity,
and an extravagance which too often
bears bitter fruit in after life.
Hon, H. J. Jewett. This dis
tiptrtiished statesman was nomina
ted for Congress on the 18th, by
the Democracy of the seventh dis
trict, and his nomination" is equi
valent to his election, which is a
gain in the delegation. Winans.
the present Radical member, who
snuffs the result from the ominous
breeze, peremptorily declines run
ning for a second term. Mr. Jewett
is one of the foremost statesmen of
Ohio, nnd will take a high position
in the popular branch of Congress.
He is an able bcbaler, an honest and
high-minded gentleman, whoso
moral and political character is
proof againsc tho assaults of his
G. E. Burnett, who lives at Cutler
Station. lh;s county, vhile digging
a well, July 29th, came upon the
remains of a mastadon, or some oth
er hugo animal, unknown at tbe
present day; and among other por
tior.s of tho monster, secured six well
preserved teeth. He brought one
tooth to our office not the heaviest
by any means which weighed
three pounds. It is a curiosity, and
in me nanus oi a scicntinc person,
would bo interesting. The tooth
which he brought te lown can bo
6eon at the Sheriff's office, where the
curiously inclined are invited.
Latest About Town.
Somk 6liooting is reported 1" have occur
red in "Jacksonville" last night. Nobody
Safe Blotts Opfs. About 1 o'cWk this
morning, some one blew open W. A. Math
ews' safe, and robbed it of its contents
airounting to upward of 3tl.
Tiik Prest yterim Mite Society met t
Major F. M. Kaliler's lesid-nee last
Receipts, which are ti be appro
priated toward ihe purchase of an Or-ai,
were upward o! $3..
Wrs. Xancy Btuart, formerly of thia place,
died nt her home in Windsor township, on
the 14th instant, nt an tdvaneed age. She
had been a meii'bcr of the M. E. Church
for many of the later years ofher life.
Eloanor, wife of James Consoliver, of
Deerfield township, died .m Friday, the 10th
instant orril .ii VhI pa Sha na aitr Imt
............ v. j . . u - u o..A UUt B
Saliun, daughter of Mr?. Tiebecca Hiler,
died on Tuesday, the 23rd iust., after on
illness of three days, aged 10 years, at her
home in McConuJlville.
On the lath inst., at his residence in Bris
tol township, Morgan Couutv. Ohio, Mr.
John Bird, in the b2ud yer of his age.
The deceased was born in Tucks' Oountr,
Pennsylvania, July 25th. 17fc9. He ran'iP
the State of Ohio in lS22,and settled near
Rural Dale, Muskingum County, where he
remained until about three years ego, wheu
having purchased a farm in Morcan County,
removed thither with his family, where
resided up to the time of his death.
Another veteran hag fallen without a mo
ments previous notice, summoned into the
presence of God, to whom he must render
his final account. Truly, many of the
pioneers of this section ol the couutrv, have
been called from their labors during the
last twelve months. The fathers, where
they? and the echo answers, where?
Mr. Bird possessed much kindness of heart,
and many good qualities, and was respected
and esteemed by all who knew him. His
remains, accompanied by his weeping fami
and a large number of sympathizing '
friends, were conveyed to their last resting
plac in the Cemetery of the Presbyterian
Church, on the lfith inst. lie leaves an
aged companion, a large family, and many
"tena, to mourn ti.eir loss. j
Ku'al Dile ohlo XnS- Kth, 1S70.
"It cost but two dollar a head,
under Buchanan, to run tho Gov
ernment. Under Grant it costs but
61 C4. Another evidence of the fail
ure of Grant's administration. Ho
is no such roj'al spondthnft as his
Democratic predecessors hav6 been"
Tho above is important, if true!
Let us test it. Thw present Secre
tary of the Treasury-, a few weeks
since, published a table showing tho
venrly expenditures of tho Govern
ment fom I860 to 1S70. This table
shows the expenditures to bo as fol
lows for the ycun named :
I860, Buefcannn - - $63,23,7S9 31
1S70, Grant - - 292,113,209 31
ExcessYsTO . - $229,087,479 97
From this it is a very easy rr.attcr
to eeo that tho expenditure during
the last year of Grant's administra
tion is something over four times as
great as under liuctiar.an's, or over
eight dollars per capita, instead of two,
j as u,,(ler 1,10 administration ot Ha
chanan. So much for Radid j! econ-
omyand Ladical boasting. I .gurcs
cannot lie, yet the Leader lies about
Farmers! Farmers ! !Lappa
hannock White Wheat for seed. It
is the earliest wheat in the country.
Can be cut as early as the lUth of June,
and is warranted weevil proof, and
weighs G-H pounds per bushel meas
ure even full. For sale at
, . BABKER & ilcJJANIEL'S.
Aug. HUh 4w.
27 Scarlet, lilack, and biatc col
ored Thibet Shawls, Silk Fringe,
this day at STONE'S
E5i,The best Photograph Albums
are so'd at Adair's Book Store at
very low prices.
S) Silver and silver-plated forks
sold in any number, from a single
piece up to a dozen. Special atten
tion paid to filtering up setts suit
able for birth-dav or wedding pres
ents. H. D. VINCENT & BRO.
None so good, so easy, and so
pleasant to wear as Benrs' Collars; nil
sizes of which can be had constantly
tSTSpIciidid Family Billcs, cheap,
at Adair's Book Sure.
New Fall Shawls opening at
lUH-I.ushel, IVck, and Gallon
measures at Sill's.
CSrExcclU'iit liustic Frames now
at Adair's Book Store.
CO. Ca.-h paid for Batter ar.d
Egijs. D. & C. W. MUMMEY.
fcST-Prints. Delaines, Muslins, &c,
this week at Stone's.
t JCST" Lot of Elgino Wulchcs just
received at Vincent's.
gs-.A!i kind? of SCHOOL BOOKS at
Adair's Cook btore, nud constantly kept
m good etcck. Ibis firm keep all kinds,
and sill t th9 lowest price?. Tlipy will re
ceive a tremendous'? Inrne stock next wK'k
and r prfnare.l for all culls. Their stock
of STATIONERY is complete, of the test
quality, and they will not b? und.'r3uld.
B Hoop Skirts, -Shoe Blacking,
Blacking. brushes. Hair Biushes, Toilet
Soap, Bar Soap, Ac. at Sill's.
Fanning Mills, of their own
manufacture, for ealo by Cochran,
Bozman i Co.
Trints, Muslins of all grades,
Tickings nice assortment, Delaines
nice styles, now for sale at Sill's at low
BTlie btst Hair, Hat, aDd Clothe?
ERL-snfS. Comb3, Soaps, Ac, are kept at
Adaik's Book S'ore, and sold at low price?.
tgy Solid Gold Kings of our own
II. B. VINCENT & BRO.
B. Large stock of Razors atid Shaving
Fixture, o? rdl Anos, at Adair's 15-jok
Store, aod con-tantly kept in pood stock.
Br I'on't forget the fact that we
keep on hand a larger stock of Trunks,
Valises, Satchels and Baskets of near
ly every description, than any other
store in town. e are also making
constant additions, and disposing of
them as low, if not lower, than any
where else in this market.
SILL A CO.
All kinds of School Book
Stationery, &.C., expected nest week
EQU Constant 6f.ks of WALL PATER
are being made at Adair s book feiore.
The people epprec;ate llu-ir styles nud pat
tern. kDd ari fast learning Jliat uie) can
get ihe best Good at the lowest 'figures at
this esUWishnit nt, and. then fore, make
tin ir i nn haies at that place. Their stock
for the Fall and Winter trade i complete,
and we udvise all to go there t ttore purcua
Motions and Jents" Furnishing
Goods, a splendid stock, at fcms
There is the place for Suspenders, Col
lars, Neckties, Socks, UantlLercliiels,
.Look out for largo lots of 2few
Goods at Adair's Book Store next
week. Thov have a fino stock com
ing, and of the best grades.
eSF Get a nice largo brown basket
for camp meeting they will hold
lundi for a family. Just received
KP?U Our Stock of ueensware and
Tinware, and our Grocery Department
are always full, and at prices to suit.
SILL & CO.
faT "Wheat Drills, of the best
manufacture, lor sale by Coohran,
Bozman & Co.
fgF-AH the lat Magazines ieceivcd at
Adair's Bok Store.
Bt- Teter's Liniment and Thuk's
Dyptheria remedy for sale at Sill's.
t&h. 'We will pay the highest cash
price for Corn.
D.AC. W. MUMMEY.
IV EW ADTERTISK3IEXTS.
THE SPLEWID STEA3IER
ITarvet Daruxctox, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Tittsburgon Saturday evening",
August 19th. lS7)-3:n.
MSI.ESEI1: &. ii:i'tic.
CONSERVAT I V E,
Published every Friday rooming in
Mi-ConncU ville, Ohio,ou the Co ope
;T rative Plan of publishing a county
r Xewspaper, contains
LOCAL AND FOREIGN,
NEOUS AND COMMER
CIAL, IScsidcs a renter Variety ot
Fore i crn niid.lTomo
Than any pspcr ever published
To assist in enlarging the circulation of
this paper, and to whom
LIBERAL CASH WAGES!
will be paid.
While we are prepared to do all kinds of
filain Job Printing neatly and eipcditicua
y, we call
Special Attention !
To our facilities for printicg all kinds of
Work in ccneraT, as wo are supplied wuu
the Lic-Bthiid largebt assortment vt
For such purpose, that CTer was in Mc
Con reld iile.
SOU rH-WESTLCQRNER- OF PUB
April 5, 1S70.
DRY GOODS, &.C.
MADE TO ORDER.
Country Prod nee
W. SELLY, Iff. P-
May W f.und at his office on
THE SOUTH-WEST COR-VEU
At all times, when not absent on Profess 4
Sept 24. l?C')-tf
1S0- Summer Trade. siO.
Adnms & Knliler
ha ve a wvll selected stock or" Dry Gimd,
r.c tries, (ueen&ware, BooU and Shots, ic,
i7 P.A TZ r ZED UCED TRICES
STORE : XorMrst Comer of Center scI
W. C. TKESIZE
nslm the p-iblic. to call and examine hi
fpRcimeu Photographs, Ferrotype?, Am
I'rotypes, Gems, lie, Ac, which cannot b
sui passed anywhere. llt has perfected ai
raugeinents whereby any one can be ae
coinodated with the tiiiest of Oil Painting
aud pictures of India Ink Work. Kooins
over Boone's Sudiller Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Uuibiing, Center Street, M'Conneldville,
Dlt. JNO. ALEXANDER:
31 t O X - ELS VI LEE,
all articles pertaining to the.
PRO G trade:
ti IIt hufl on hand constantly alarEroand
extensive stock ofall articles pertaining t
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
ISH.1TTY & PEACOC6V3
Patent Lamp Shades
For snlo only by Dr. John Alexander, in
Morgan county. fmarll,tr0-ly.
QUElSISrS WA K E !
CIIIXA, GLASS, AXD
The su'j.'criber lia? opened a store, in tho
Ilauibleton Buildiusr, North side of Center
Street., above the HttLk, McConnelsville, O.
and has opened out a large stock of Qveiens
ware of the tinest quality, to. hjcli ho in
vites the attention of thcitizeus of Mor
gan County, and solicits their patronage.
Intending to makethe business a specialty,
he will sell his goods at as low rites as thy
ran be possibly be procured for elsewhere.
The tueeusware he oilers took tho
At the Paris exposition, over all competi
tors, as tho very best English Ware. Als
will 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 tha
business farties purchasing can always
be certain ot replacing any article that
may be broken, as one enp, saucer, or anr
other piece belonging to a set will be gold.
ion t lull to examine our goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sold
for casu or country produce, at market
rates. E. L. JEXKI vs.
C. Ii. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
lilt UlJUlULtl UUVWWj
CSl. business done on a
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEilJga
May 7, lSG3-tf.
gULLIVAN & BliOWX,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
Blank Book Manufactory,
rrvc JOR IRIXTIG
Our specialty. Music, Magazines, Ac,
bound in any style ana at tne cneapsk
rates. fcr iilank Books for Countiea,
Bank. Merchants, &c, best paper at tn
Zaniaville, Oct. IS, 1569.