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JOSEPH A. KELLY, KDlfOlt AND PROPRIETOR.
H'COiNtf 3LSVILLJS, OHIO :
FRIDAY, Oct. 2S, 1STO.
Wo will send the Conservative for
one year, to Clubs, as follows :
A Club of fire subscribers, one
dollar anJ fifty cenls each, 87.50
Ciub often subscribers, one dol
lar and thirty-five cts. each, 13 50
Club of fifteen subscribers, one
dollar add twenty sfire cents
eacn, lb io
Get up your Clubs for tho cheap
est county paper in Ohio ! The
money must always bo paid in ad
Owikq to repairs beirjg made on the
Presbyterian Church, there will be no
service there on next Sabbath.
Chcrch Dedication. On Suik
day, tbe 13ih of November next
the Hopewell M. '2. Church, TJiiion-
ville Circuit, will be dedicated. AH
are invited to be present.
M. C. GR11IES, Pastor.
Special is called to Wm. Cool's
advertisement, foucd in another
column. Head it over carefullv.
The Lecture, on Wednesday eve
mnS y -Holmes, of Pittsburgh,
subject, "Ourselves," was consider
ed most excellout by all who htard
it. We arc sorry to say that the
audience whs bot ball as Iaree as it
fchould bavo been.
Since the 20ih instant, Mr. Matb
ew Sh-erwood, of Wyoming Yalley,
Pa., has been on a visit to his broth
er, Zuriel Sherwood, of this county.
He is accompanied by Cbauncey
Sherwood, EUq, who is engaged in
writing tbe narrative of ZuricI
Sherwood, of the olden times.
Attention is called to the busi
ness notices ot McCounell, Emerson,
& Harris, of Zanesville, found in
another column. ' These enterpri
bintr young gentlemen are bound to
command that portion of tbe trade
of the Muskingum Valley that goes
The South Western Rail Road
was offered for dale on Wednesday,
but failed to sell for want of bid
cers. a. w. reacock showed a
willingness to become tbe purcha
ser in case the Sheriff would take
alleged indebtedness of the Compa
ny for pay. The Sheriff couldn't
fi. L. Jenkins is in receipt of new
goods of all possible descriptions in
the Qaeensware line. One can
spend a half hour pleusurably al
bis Store, at any time, in looking
over and admiring the selections
to be found there. His stock of
Fancy Goods canaot be surpassed,
we ventare, in South-Eastern Ohio,
President "My Policy" the
Second. From the New York Evening Post,-Radical,
—Wm. C. Bryant's paper.
Senator Sumner opposed tbe Pre-:
sidont's San Domingo scheme.
Thereupon the President removed.
and, as far as be could do so, dis
graced Senator Sumner's friend,
Senator Suhurz opposed the Pres
ident's Sau Domingo scheme. And
now the President removes from of
fice Senator Scliurz's friend In Mis
souri. When the Senate rejected the
San Domingo treaty, the President
who- had, as is very well known
in Washington, stooped to rery du
bious expedients to win support in
the Senate for that -measure, wbi;b
had no friend's anywhere but in the
President's own household threat
ened to -punish" tbe Senators who
TQted against tbe treaty and were
conspicuoas in opposing it, by re
moving their friends from office.
He bas now, in two prom-met cases,
carried oat hw purpose.
General Grant' does not entertain
a very high opinion of Andrew
Sobnson. Docs he'know that he is
imitating Mr. Johnson in one of tbe
acts which made that person most
odious to tho people ? Mr. Johnson
was ueau eiruug, vruiui, ucKiuiiu
ed ; and when 'my policy,' as bo
called it, met with opposition, he
"punished" those who dared to dif
fer with him, just as Genoral Grant
is now dumshing Senator Schurz.
Mr. Johnson bad a policy which,
whether right or wrong, baJ at
least the merit of concerning a
question of real importance. If be
interfered in elections and punished
bis opponents, it was because be
believed that tbe future welfare of
the country depended upon the suc
cess of 'my policy."
But General Grant is interfering
in elections and punishing Seuators
because they opposed a mere ca
price of his ; a measure, too, which
had na favor anywhere in tbe coun
try, aud whose only friends aside
from General Grant himself are a
few inmates of his household.
We indorse tho above strictures. ,
Account of New Experiments
BY DR. F. B. LEES OF ENGLAND.
Two yesTs ago Mr. Simons' re
port to the Privy Council embodied
tbe experiments of Dr. Thudicbura,
wuicb, he alleged, went in the di
reclion of proving that some alco
hoi was consumed in the body, but
naively con leasing "whether bene
ficially or otherwise must remai
for future research to determine,
Experiments hnve not yet disco v
ed the supposed derivatives of al
conoi, nut iney nave done some-
.hing to settle the question of bun
or benefit. The two sets of reccn
experiments of primest i in porta
may be here summarized
"First, those ot Professor C. Bine
of the University of Bonn, to ascer
tain the enec.t of alcohol on tl
temperature of the blood, and its
influence on the circulation. For
tytuine experiments wero made on
men and dogs with a uniform re
sult, la no instance was the temp
erature raised, but in every instance
In experiments on man ''half a
glass of hock, or a small glass ol
cognac, caused a fall of from 04 to
06 iu a very, short time." In th
case of a dog mado "lively" with
drink, and "havinir a very strong
odor of alcoiiol ' from half past
twelve to fire o'clock, I he pulse rose
trom IDS to lis, and then declined
to 113, while tho temperature sank
from d75 to 3as Prof. Binz on
eludes that, in all cases '-brandy
cools down the temperature of the
Jody. He reproduces tho remark
of Liebcrmcislcr that "increase in
tho frequency of respiratory move
ments, whether accompanied by
normal or increased depth, exerts
no remarkable influence on temp
erature. Tina, as I havo lonjj ago
shown, because the blood can only
aosoru a fixed quantity of oxygen
Prof. Btnz candidly admits that he
started with the conviction that
tho stimulating influence of alcohol
was indubtable on the vital proper
ties of tbe juice as on the nervous
system, but the results of our cx
pen men la were not in accordance
with this view." He demonstrates
the folly of giving alcohol in in
flarumatory conditions, by remind.
ng us that "pus probably originates
in tbe passage of the moderately
enlarged white cells, through the
relaxed walls of the diluted blood
vessel," which condition of ron-tO'
nicity is favorod by tbe use of 6tron
drink. "Alcohol induces dilution
of the capillaries o various regions
of the body, but especially those of
the head. Hence its fixed tenden
cy to promote apoplexy and sun
stroke--diseases unknown to water
Second, we have the careful ex
periments of Profupsor Parkes. M.
D., of the Army Medical ColWe.
nd Count Cyprian Wollowicz, as
sistant 6urgeon cn the army medi
cal staff, on the general effect of
1 I . t t i m i
aiconoi on me ouman . ooay. J. lie
report of these experiments has just
been published in tbe proceedings
of the Royal Society. Lhe subject
of the trial -we a finely formed,
healthy soldier, aged twenty-eight
years, whose solid diet for twenty
six days remained the same, and
who drank ou!y water for the first
six days. Up to the twelfth d.-iy
inclusive, he took diluted rectified
spirit. On tho first day, 1 oz ; on
tbe second day, 2 oz ; on the third,
rz ; on the fifth and sixth day, 8
oc For another six days he resum
ed the normal beverage of water on
ly ; then for three dnys took half a
bottle ot fii-o brandy, (52 parts per
100 being water.) equivalent to 8
oz. ab-ohol. lie finished the exper
iment by returning to water, pure
Tbe facts admitted to bo estab
lished by the experiments on this
man are the following :
1. That a little alcohol did not
promote primary digestion, while
ounces per day lessened appetite
considerably, and the larger quan
tities entirely destroyed it.
2. "Alcohol neither saved the tis
sues nor exhuastod them".--a fact
which gives the cotrp to a foolish
theory once very prevalent, and is
apparent conflict with the exper
iments of Dr. King Chambers, of
which some snti-1 emperance wri
ters have striven to make some
thing. Nor did alcohol coal the, w
3. That alcohol was not necessa
ry to enable this healthy man to
perform regularly every vital func
tion. 4. That even 1 ounce of alcohol
spread over tho 24 hours produced
decided effect on his heart, not
necessary to health, a continuance
wbioli would perhaps have ulti
mately led to disturbances of the
circulation and to degenerations of
5. That excess for this man wo'd
anything beyond 2 ounces per
day, while moderation would bo !
unier. On this conclu-
won, we coaerve toat a ioaria parti
w PPOca neutral quantity
weaker or more susceptible person
G. That after, tbe first reaction
from tbe uso of alcohol had ceased,
"tho heart showed unusual feeble
ness," proving "that some disease
the heart or vessels would event
ually follow the overactiou produc
ed by large doses of alcohol."
(Here let it bo noted, however, that
the smallest dose given produced a
corresponding abnormal action.)
The truth of the waste of mechani
cal and vital pnwor is well put in
the last of the conclusions.
7. That during the period this
soldier was taking tbe more moder
ate doses of alcohol the heart did
an excess of daily . work' equal to
lifting 15 tons on foot ; and when
taking 8 oz. a day the excess of
heart work wan equal 14 lifting 21
tons. As the whole heart wcrk in
health is equal to 122 fool tons, it is
now elear that to compel the heart
do ff on a 7th to a 5th of extra
work is a subject the constitution to
terrific drain, and to rob the vol
untary powers of man of much
available energy for the euds of
personal, material, and national
progress, since tbe force which is
used for tbe mere parpose of expel
ling a foreign substance is necessa
rily lost for the higher and truer
ends of work and thought. This
national loss of poweT is, perhaps,
the greatest ot all tbe evils associa
ted with the use of alcoholic dring;
since it is not only a cortain loss of
one fourth of the ordinary lalents
intrusted by Providence to our use,
but it is thedistdrbance and perver
sion ol much ot the remaining pow
The moral of tbe experiments is
thus stated by the experimenters
"Wo have been slronjrly impress
ed with the necessity for great mod
eration and caution. Iu spite of
our previous experience in il.e use
of alcohol an J brandy, we were
hardly prepared for lhe easo with
which appetite may be destroyed,
the heart undalv excited, and the
capillary circulation improperly in
creased. Considering its daily and
almost universal use, there is no
agent which seems to us to require
more caution ar.d more skill to ob
tain tho good, and to avoid the evil,
Avhich its use entails
Both these series of experiments
go to confirm the conclusion stated
by Dr. Richardson in his fourth re
port on methyls ta the British Sci
entific Association, namely, that
"all alcoholic bodies are depress-
ments ; and although at first by
calling injuriously into play the
natural force, they seem to excite,
and are therefore called stimulants,
they themselves supply no force at
any time, but lake up force, by
winch means they lead to exhaus
tion and paralysis ol power. Alco
hoi is ashrdod." '
BS-Thc best Writing Paper. Envel
opes inn, rens, Pencils, Penholders,
always kept at Adair's Book store.
A Fable with a Moral.
a iaoy iricnd, who is not a wo
man suffragist, sends us the follow
ing beautiful allegory, and asks us
to publish it, for the consideration
of the lady readers of our paper :
"Oak," said the vine, "bend your
trunk so that you may bo a support
"My support," rcjl;cd the oak,
"is naturally yours, and you may
depend on my strength to bear you
up, but I am too solid to bend.
Put your arms around me, pretty
vine, and 1- will manfully support
and cherish you, if you have ambi
tion to climb as high as the clouds.
While 1 thus hold you up, you will
ornament my rough trunk with
your pretfy green leaves and scar-
et berries. They will be as front
lets to my head, as I stand in the
forest, like a glorious warrior with
all his plumes. We wero made by
tho great Master to grow together,
and by our union the weak may be
made strong and the strong render
aid to tho weak."
"Bat I wish to grow independent
ly," said the vine; '-why cannot you
twine around me, and let me grow
p straight, and not be a mere de
pendent upon you."
'Nature," answered the oak, '-did
not dcsigt it. It is impossible that
you grow to any height alone, and,
f youlryit, the winds and rains,
f not your own weight, will bring
you to tho ground. Neither is it
proper for you to run your arms
hither and thither, for tbe trees will
begin to say it is not my vino, it is
stranger, get and g mc, I will not
cherish thee. By this time, thou
wilt bo so entangled among the dif
ferent branches ihat thou canst-not
get back to thy oak; and nobody
will admire tbee or pity thee."
"Ah me!" said the vine, "let es
cape from such a destiny," and with
this, she twined herself around tbe
oak, aud both grew and flourished
happily together. Exchange
sayA splendid stock of Xkw Goods,
of all kinds, will be received at Adair's
Book Store next week. By constant
additions to their stock, good Goods
and low prices, care and attention to
business they are always ready to sup
ply the people with the freshest and
best (roods, in their line. Jiverybody
ni nnd it to their advantage to pur
chase their supplies of this firm.
A hot ball in the pit of his 6tomach
cut short the. education of a Chicago
youth. Ho has gono where the
wicked cease from troubling and
base-ball is not a burden.
Jt3Buy your school Books at Adair's
Book Store. They keep all kinds and
.ell at the lowest pices.
I A female lecturer said : "Get
married young men, and bo quick
about it. Don't waii for tbe millo-
n;am; for he S";0 nge-f-something
lou,d, wcU b"9,do " anSol
J v " "
BLANK X0TE BOOKS ,
.New stock Blank Nofe Books, re
ceived on yesterday, at Adair's
Th boys of New Orleans play
the national gamo with a dog for
catcher. Ho general! catches the
ball, but it he micses it, then be
"catches it" from the boys.
It is strangu uaw sensitive some
menaro. They will get drunk, rave
about the streets, yelling like sava
ges, go home and beat their wives,
turn their children oui of doors, be
ing so proud of their achievement
to make the neighbors conscious
the fact; pay a fine before a mag
istrate, and having made themselves
notorious as possible, will slide
around to the editor and beg him,
with tears in their eyes, not to bring
disgrace to their families by men
tioning that little affair in tbe pa
per. Excha nge.
A very large and excellent stock
of Stationery, comprising Foolscap,
Commercial Note, Billet Note, Bill
Paper, Legal Cap, and a fair assort
ment of White, Buff, and Common
Wove Envelopes, of tbe best quali
ty made, just received at Adaib's
Official returns from eighty-fire
counties in Ohio, and reported figures
from the remaining three counties,
give SHKBTpoD (Republican), for 6cre
tary of State, 221,709 votes; HtisLST
(Democrat), 204,979 votes; and Odkll
(Prohibition), 2,844 votes: Sherwood's
majority over ITeislet, 1C;731; over
both, 13.SSG. The Republican loss in
Ashtabula county is 1,412. The total
vote in the State was only 429,132, a
falling off of 30,761 on last year. Camp
bell (Democrat), has 53 majority over
Schrnck (Republican) for Congress, in
the Third District; Lexisox (Democrat)
has 3,099 majority in the Fifth Dis
trict; Foster (Republican) 776 majority
in the Ninth District; Bisghai (Repub
lican) 474 majority in the Sixteenth
District; and Amblkr (Republican)
2,177 majority in the Seventeenth
We call the attention of the citizens
of McL'onne'svi'le and vicinity that all
who wish any Uphostery work clone or
Cane Chairs re-bottomed can be ac
commodated by Mr. Greer, at If. R.
Pinkerton's Cabinet Wareroom, Centre
G. E. Halliday & Co., have now on
sale a great variety of beautiful, useful
fancy goods; an extensive assortment
of Ilats, Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers,
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Black Velvet, Rib
bons, black and colored Alpaca Braids,
Elastic Frills and Cords. Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Si'k, and a general
variety of goods usually kept in the
millinary and fancy goods business.
Special bargains in Black Alpa
cas, t McConnel, Etnerson & U arris,
94 Main street, Zanesville, Ohio.
A nice stock of Flannels and Yarns,
The rush to Adams & Kabler's
is nnaoatcd. jnodoov mines oi
purchasing anything" in their line
without first calling on them.
A full- tock f Dry Goods adapted
to the fall and winter trade at prices
unheard of since the war.
McConnel, Emerson fc Harris,
94 Main street, Zanesville, Ohio.
Wedding Rings, manufactured
by II. B. Vincent & Bro.
Balmoral, Hoop and Fancy Worked
Skirts, and Breakfast Shawls, a good
assortment, at Sill's.
All persons using Spectacles should
try the Diamofed Glasses, for sale
Men's, Women and Lhi'drens Gum
over Fhoes. A full line just received
Elgin Watches of all grades, for
sale by Vincent & Bro
McCounel, Emerson t Harris,
desire to say to the citizens f McCon
nelsville and Morgan county, visiting
Zanesville to purchase Dry Goods, that
we will not only sell Muslin and Cali
coes as low as the quoted prices of any
other house in the City, but all our
goods as cheap as the cheapest.
riease call an J ee for yourselves.
SIcCOXXEL, EMERSON & HARRIS,
94 Main street, Zanesville, Ohio.
J 1ST Ol'T.
Havana Cigar, 2 Tor 5 cents.
C. E. Cod ran originator ami sole mati-
nficicrcr. Warrrsn'eJ snperiiT to tie
best five cent Cigar manufactured.
Go te the Cigar Store ol O. E. Cochran
to get the geDuine Havana Cigar, two for
Remember thst Sill keeps tbe: largest
stick of Trunks, Satchels, Jfcc., in town
and at factory prices.
The be6t woven Corset, white or col.
ored in the market for $1, at STONES.
We have a nice line of German town
Yarns, Red mixed, Green nixed, Yel
low mixed and all plain calors; also,
a good 8 tock of commou jams, gray
and while mixed. We have on hand
few pairs of country nade socks.
Sill k Co.
We are selling the celebrated Buffa
lo make of Boots and Shoei. Every
pair warranted. J. B. StONE.
Braided Switches, something new, at
We have this day received by Adam's
Express, a nice line of Shaw's and
other goods. Nice and desirale.
J. B. STONE.
Clothes, II air and Shoe Bruskes,
Blacking, tc, at Sill's.
Green mixed Water Proof. Gald
mixed and Black ditto, just receive.
J. B. STONE.
Striped Romelia Cloth for Ladies
skirts very desirable at STOXES.
Try the Golden Navy Tobacco, at P.
Sweeney & Co.
Fur trimmed gloves at Sill's.
No mistake about it, the Shoo Fly
Cigar is the best cigar ever introduced
irf this community as can be seen from
the great quantity manufactured and
sold by P. Sweeney k Co. Every coun
try merchant ought to give them a
trial, they will find them a saleable
cigar, and pay a good profit.
A large quantity of willow and trav
eling baskets, now on hand at Sill's,
Don't forgei the dry goods at Sill's,
in looking over town for goods in that
If you want good dry Stogie Cigars,
go to P. Sweeney & Co.
Richmond Navy Tobacco, the best
article at P. Sweewey & Co.
25 cents will buy a plug of good
Navy Tobacco at P. Sweeney & Co.
Kentucky Scrap Tobacco, iust the
thing for Pipe smoking, for sale at P.
Sweeney & Co,
Fresh supplies of fite Toilet Soaps.
The finest and largest variety of
Queensware, Glass, China, and Fancy
Articles, ever brought to McConnels.
Ville, at the Queensware Store. Call
and gee for yourselves.
Very latest novelties in scarfs and
neckties, just received direct from the
East, at Sill s. Call before they are
Holliday Gifts, Toys, and useful arti
cles suitable for gifts in great variety,
al the Queensware Store.
An immense stock of under-clothing,
gloves, collars, suspenders, 4c., now
being opened at Sill's.
Rich Vases, Ornaments of Parian &
Lava. and Bohemian Glassware in great
variety just received at the Queens
ware Store of R. L. Jenkins.
A very large and fine assortment of
Queensware just received, call and ex
amine the quality and prices at R. L
McCONNELSVILLE, Oct. 28, 1870.
FU)UB Best Taroily ?6 50;
WHEAT $1,10 perbu.hel.
CORN MKAL-0,80 per bushel.
CORN 70 per busbel, wholesale.
BARLEY. Spring, $0.90. Fall. $1.05.
OATS 35 tents per busbel, wholesale
n AY $10 00 per ton.
TIMOTHY SEED-. $3,50 wholesale.
FLAX SEED -$1 75 to 2 00.
BEANS $1 P0 per hsshel.
DRIED APPLES 5ds. per pound.
DRIED PEACHES $2 50 per bosh.
POTATOES fit 80 per ousb., at
BUTTER 25 cts. per pouoj,
EGGS ;2 tts. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR 12 to 15 cts. per lb.
WHITE SUGAR--- 14 to 17 cts.. lb.
COFFEE 20 o 25 cts. per lb.
TEA- tl 00 to 1 60 por lb.
MOLASSESSorghum 50 cen's
SFRUP $1 00 per gallon.
LARD 15 to 18cts per poonJ, whole
sale. CANDLES 20cts per lb.
SOAP hyhar 6 o 8e.
SALr $2 00 per bbl.
WOOL 10 to 42cts per lb.
SIDES Pickeltd, 15 cts per lb.
CARBON 01T4-35cts. per gallon.
L;NSEKD OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LA RD OI L.--2 00 per gallon.
CODFISH 10.Ua per lb.
. H. COOL,
(ir O O (1 s ,
OF ALL KINDS,
BOOTS AXD MIOES,
Bear in mind the fullowicg :
COOL pays cash for Bailer aaj Egg?,
COOL uny caob fur Hides.
COOL "ells the celebrated Boots and
Shoes of BuSulo Work, and warrants :bem
not to rip !
COOL haii'e large Stock ol S enbenille
Flannels and .Jeans oo ba'.d. and bas com
pete control f what be bas !
LOOL will pell yoo whatever too want
at as low rate? as ;o can eet correoDKOd
in; articles in town !
s5u CALL ON COOL 1 -a
Oct. 28, 1870.
Nitice is hereby given that the nndorx
signed has been daly appointed and qnali
lied as Administrator, ith tbe willnnnei.
ed, of lhe estate of Jumea Conn, deceased,
late o Morgan Cnnt, Oh in.
Oet28-3. Joseph v. con v.
That JOIItf RTAV i8 the IlCST
COIIBLER ever in JHCO.TAtLS
VILLE. He baa constantly on hand a good assort
ment of Fine and Stogie Eoots, or his own
manufacture, which be it offering at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lic square, McConnclsville, Ohio.
Sept. 18, 1870-ly.
Wm. T. Kennard, plft., 1 Before Wat
against son Harrson,
Nelson B. Owens, deft. ) J. P. Marion,
Township, Morgan Co., O.
On the 23d day of September, A. D.,
1870, sad Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the above action, for the
sum of one hundred and eighty dollars
Trial set for hearing on the 12th day of
November, A. v. ibtO, at one o clock,
A. M. WAISON UAKK1S, J. Jr.
Dlorgran Co., Medical Society
The Semi" Annual Meeting of the
Xfirfran fViiintv 7irffliral KViffv will
be held in the room adjoining Robert-
H.n'a TW,i stiA in lf.l 'nnnuluvillii An
m 1 .1 1.1 r X- i 1
luesctay, tuo ist aay oi iioiemoer.
punctual attendance is aesirea.
Sept. v isu tt.
S2.00 TUB S2.00
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melled by any localiXme nnaences, is a
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It is progressive, instructive, and enter
taining, and cannot fail to pUae all who
take an interest in scientific research, in
the best literature, or in educatiocal im
provements. As a journal for the family
circle it bas no superior. For only 1 WO
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in order to favor Our readers, ana
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we have made arrangements wito ine
Publishers of the Educational Gazrttr to
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B. Call and see tne Sew Stjle of LADIES' GOLD opera
Pocket Cutlery !
An excellent assortment of Pocket
Kxives, for ladies and Cehtlemen. Just
received at Adaib's Boole Store.
J3u The lareest and best selected
Stock of J-'urs in the market, compris
ing the following varieties: Mink. Ger
man Fitcb, Astracan, Alaska, Le Cant,
I t : xr: i . '
ituw ii uutrjr, iiiver JLluK una Vr
, atG. . Halliday & Co s.
tfX, Razors, Razor Strops, and Kim-
nxo Boies just received at ADAIR'S
Hook More. 1 heir stock is unexcelled
in quality and prices, and they can cive
you a nice outfit in this line.
t Porter &
men, use Ohio
Pyle, Livery Stable
Ink! Ink!! Ink!!!
An immense slock ol the best Ink made
jast reeeivoil at Adaib's Bo.lt Store, acd
lor sale in job lots aud at retail.
t- How the Ohio Farmer's Condi
tion Powders take away from home
Read this: ?
CixciintATr. Oct. 8th, 1870.
S. Spraodb .Dear Sir Your favor
is received. You may send us jtvegrost
of Cattle Powders, (Ohio Farmer's.)
R. B. MERRIAM & CO.
A fine stock of Webftkb'8 Dictiokarik
all 8!2rs and prior, at ADAIR'S Rook
S'.ore. New supply just received. No fam
ily or student can aQord to be withoat one.
JWs. Wedding Rings made to order,
and warranted as fine as represented.
II. B. VINCENT k BRO.
I-Arnold's Fluid, Moore's Excel
sior Ink, and Commercial Violet Wri
ting Fluid, in large lots, just received
fit Adair's Book Store. -
IQ. Gold Watches Ladies' Gold
Lady Elgin, Ladies' Gold Lady Bart
lett, Ladies' Gold Opera Chains, at
II. B. VINCENT & BKd
Ladies Companions !
A nice stock of Ladies Companions
just received at Adaib's Book Store.
.TTair ERcsnt:8, Tooth Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Mirrors, Pockkt Mirror,
IIarmo51cas, Razors, Razor Strops, Sba
viso Boxes, MicroscoTks, and many oth
er Goods, just received at A I) A I IV S
An excellent Rtock of WRrrt'O Paprrs
nnd Envelopes just received at ADAIR'S
Book Store. Tfey keep a splendid assort
ment, and the largest and finrst rtock in
this locality, and sell at very low pricec.
Consrarlly arriving at ADW'R'S Book
Store, and Periodirals dm'y received.
New fitock of Dominoes jnst received at
As air s Bock Sr.
A new and ehesp article, ja!t received at
ADAIR 8 liou-t s i ore.
K05EY C1.1SBT BIT P ! .
For &ight is Priceless.
THE DIAMOND GLASSES ! !
O? N. Y., which are now offered to the
public, are prononRced by all tbe celebra
ted Opticians of (be World to be the
Natural, Artificial help to the human eje
ever known. They are ground under their
own npervipion, from minute Cryatal
Pebbles, melted together, and derive their
name, ' Diamond," on account ol their
hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
Oo wbw b '.hey are eonstrocted bring the
core or center ot the lens directly in front
of tho eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, as in tne nniurai, neaitny signi, and
prevtuting all nnpleasant sensations, socb
a9 glimmering and wavering of sight, dia-
iinesp, Ac, peculiar to all others iu are.
They are mounted in the finest Man
ner, In frames of the bett quality of Jill ma
terials nsed lor lost purpose, their Iluisn
nd durability cannot be surpassed
CAUTION. Nooe genuine nnlem
beanr.g their trade max stamped on every
II. B. YIXCEST & BRO,,
Jewe'ers and Opticians, are sole ageota
inr McConnelsviile. Ohio, from whom tbey
can only be obtained. These goods are
not supplied to Pedlera at any price,
June 3. 1870 ly.
TUB SPLESDIfl STEAMER '
aa VnWl af
IIarvet DABLnforox, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zanesville ana Jfittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on baturaay evenings,
at 6 o clock
August 19th, 187d 3m.
TEACHE R9 !
Burins the school year beginning
September 1st, 1870, examinations for
certificates will be conducted in wri
ting. There will be only one exami
nation in each month. The examina
tion will be held on the second Satur
day of the month, beginning at 10 o
clock, A. 11. in the school building at
Malta. Certificates, or notices of
failure, will be sent to applicants,
during the week following the ex
amination. N. M. McLAUGITLIN,
JAS. II. RUSK,
Board of Examiners.
Septe-mner 2, 1870 2m.
Notice is hereby iriven that the dn-
iersicned has been duly appointed and
nualitied as Executor of the last will
and testament of Jacob Fouts, deceas
ed, late of Morgan County. Ohio.
KICUAKU JU.C-E.LUA3 X.
It IS IV ESS CARDS.
DR. JNO. ALEXANDER.
all articlca pertaining to tbe
7 He has on band constantly a largn and
extensive stock of all article! pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
eea. ALSO r
BE ATTT & PEACOCK'S
Patent Lamp Shades
For sale only by Dr.
John Alexander, in
QUEENSWA H E
CHINA, GLASS, AND
The subscriber baa opened a store n the
".uuieini3uiiainS, jsonh side of enter
Street, above the Bank, cConnelsvi le, O.
and has opened out a large stock of Qukihs-
-...u.1IKU,,CTi1llll:lyiW watch he in-
moaiieniion of the citizens of Mor
can County, and ulirit ,.
Intending to inakethe business a specialty j
he will sell his goods at as low rates asthev
. -"'j pnirurta mr; eisewnere.
xueenswara na oaers took the
At the Fans exposition, over alj eompeti
tors. aa the very best English Ware. Also
w.,;ec, ainnstockofGIasa, Yellow and
oione ware; rench China, lava Ware,
-" urnamenu, afid China
Toys! and, from time to time, will be added
otberarticles generally connected with the
bnsinem Parties purchasing can always
be certain ot replacing any article that
oe oroaen, as one eop, saucer, or an
other piece belonging to a ret will be sold
ion t tail toexamineonr goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sold
lorcasn or country produce, at market
R. h. JCKKIXS.
MILL IN ER Y
O. I. H ALL,
Wholesale and Retail
EII. STREET,. ,
BUSINESS PONR ON A
STKIC!JjY CASH SYSTEM
May 7 1569-tf.
a w "
-a a to
2 '00 h-I
AN IMMENSE STOCK 1 !
SPLEX0ID TARIETTOr PAT-
GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES II
We hava now in stock tbe largest and
rmost excellent assortment of Wall Paper
and Window Shades ever brought to Me
Coanelsville, and are determined to sell tbe
sameatinch low figures aa that it will bean
inducement for everybody to purchase their
supplies from as. Our stock is especially
attractive this season, comprising all kinds
of Paper for Dwellings, Public Halls, Chur
ches, CSees, Stores, Shops, Ac, in the very
greatest variety ot patterns, ana 01 sucn de
sirable stylea, that ail cannot fail to be sui
ted. We have
In rreater variety and larger stock than
heretofore elegant patterns, choice Goods,
and fair prices. Our Cioth Shadm are very
handsome, in Green. Buff, Pearl. Brown and
other desirable colors, and elegantly figur
ed. We have a splendid article of Oil
cloth. Green and Buff American and Exg
lit Holland, and a larger stock of Window
Faptr, plain and figured, than ever before.
Also, WIXDOW FIXTI7RES,
Of the most improved kind, and so simple in
construction and working, that everybody
tnat nave used tttem will Cave bo atner.
Our Stock of
Transom Paper. Ac,
complete, and we Invite everybody want
ing Goods in our line to give us is call, as we
are confident of pleasing them in Goods and
pne s. . ADAIR BEOS.
Boot and Shoes.
j. r. sostAxsTixK.
SOUTII-1TEST SIDE OF THE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C
Given to the
in this locality for tbe sate of Che
H -A. M P I O 1ST
Mowers & Reapers,
W O RL D
Mower k Ueaper,
Mower & Reaper,
Cook & Healing Stoves,
and odd pieces of all tbe varieties of Cook
Stoves in the eountry ; all kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettles,
and Salt Flanges, Sugar Kettle's, Pots, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
ems of Plow Points, Machine Castfrjps fur
Steamboats. Saw Mills. Suit Works, Mow-
era and Reapera ; also Cast Iron t'himney
Tope, Window Caps, Cellar Window- Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Leg for School
house Deska and Seats.
ave constantly on hand, manufactured
leir order, all manner of Tin-waxa, Stove -
rimminga, Ac , , -s
Manufacturers of Water Tweera. Mandrill
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths. . ,
Remember the Place : -Soth-west
Side- of tho Public-Sqnnre
gTJLLIVAN & BROYfX,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS !
And " v .
Blank Bosk Manafactory,
FIXE JOB PRITTIXG
Oar specialty. Music, Maraiine, te.,
bound in any style and at the cheapest
rates. fS Blank Books for Counties,
Banks. Merchants, Ac, beat paper at the
lowest ratua. - -
Zanesville, Oct. IS, 1S69.
W. R. KELLY, TfL D.
Maybe found at hiaoffieeoa'
TUE IsOLTII WEST COB5E11
At all times, when not absent ea Profess
Sept 24. 1809-1 , - i
IT. C. TRESIZE
aska tbe publio to call and examine hit
specimen Photagrapbs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, c, Ac, which cannot be
surpassed anywhere. He bas perfected ar
rangements whereby tnf one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler 8hop, in J. C. Stone'e
Building, Center Street, M'Coanelsville,
Ajril 23ly. .