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THE INDEPENDENT.
M'CONNELSVILLE :
fFRIDAT, Mar 19, I8T1.
TEEMS
OP
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, when
net paid In advance, S3.00
ne copy, one year, caab
to advance, $1.59
TO CLUBS.
To a Clnb r ten, ne dol
lar and thirty-five cents
eacb. 913.50
To a Club of fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five
cent! eacb, fIS.TC
W ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up. in all cases, at the rate of
I wo Dollars a year.
HASTED ! A Girl to do ordina
ry housework, by Dr. W. E. Kelly, of
laeUonncsville.
Thx Basil L. Medley tarm was
Bold by Sheriff Havener to R. L.
Updike, of Malta, oq Monday, for
11,434.
E. . Whits, editor and publish
er of the Ohio Educational Month
ly, will be in McConnelsville ou the
eeeond week of the Teacher s Inati-
tote.
Fob Sali I A Three-Sprinr Kx
press Wagon, for sale on reasona
ble terms. It is new and one of
Holbrook's make. Inquire at the
lflDBPKNDENT Office.
Ey. F. J. Cather will address
the open meeting, at the Good
Templars' Lodge, of McConr.ela-
vine, on the evening of Tuesday,
me 3utn.
W. D. Uenklk, Stato Com in is-
moner of Common Schools, will be
in attendance on the Teacher's Nor
mal Institute the week beginning
me lth of July.
Thibk were twenty-seven appli-
cants for certificates to teach
. . . . i
school at th bcbool 1 eacher s &x-
oiuiuauuu, in uu, on iasi osiur-uriition
day. How many were successful,
wyet undetermined.
Kail Road matters here, are a-1
bly Bet forth in a communication
found elsewhere in this paper. I
iteaa it ana learn what you will
have to do in order to get what!
you have so often said you wan-1
ted. I
Thk Brown-Manly Flo Com pa-
ny are manufacturing the most oer.
. . l
lect Tnreohinr wacnin8.consmtini?
t three different siees, ever sold in
this market. Tbey have been great-
iTimnmnrfrM Ik!. . .! I
j f v ....a i
Wagons and Straw Stackers lor
machines. Call on them in Malta
Ohio.
Sons people thought it strange
that the names ot the Committee
men was not attnebed to the '-Re
port of the Committee of Arrange
ments containing Resolutions of I
thanks, Ac, to the ladies that as-
eisted at the recent I. O. O. F. eel-
ebration in McConnelsville. We
jmoiisueu ine .Report just as u was
furnished us hy C. E. Kahler. In
copying the Report for us. he omit
ted to attach the names. The Com
mittee men were F. A. Davis, J. W.
Kincaid and K. M. Kennedy.
.lsewbees will be found a no-
lice of the marriage of Mr. John L
Cochran ant Miss Libbii Jones,
both of this place, the bride being!
a daughter of James K. Jones. Esq. I
bountiful supply of the wedding J
eake loued its way to this office. I
bearing with it the compliments of
Mrs. James K. Jouee. We are
thankful for Buch favors, and hope!
that the happy couple may con tin-1
oe so through ife. 1 heir wedding
tour is through Southern Ohio and I
a portion of Kentucky
EIaEwherb will be feund an ad
vertisement of tho Teacher's Insti
tute, to commence, in HcConnelB
itle, on the 17ih of July, 1871
This Institute is for the purpose of
more perfectly qualifying teachers
tor their positions. A he course pur
aued by the County Board cf Kia
miners has greatly advanced the
standing of the profession here, and
it the teachers of tho County will
only make tho best of this oppor-
tuoity for their further advance
ment, we predict that Morgan conn
ty will be able to boast of the supe
riority of her teachers. Mtkeyour
arrangements such that you will be
able to attend tne Institute.
For Express and Farm Wagons,
manufactured of good, seasoned
material, finely finished, call on Lu
kens k Strong, aboye the Bridge,
fitUonnelsville, Ohio, rhey have
on hand a flue lot of Farm Wag
ons, Four-Spring, Platform Spring,
ana J. wo boring .Express Wagons,
which can be bcugbt at Cash rates,
Repairing, repainting, and all kinds
of Blacksmith Work done mecbani.
eally by them. Give them a call 1
They are pron.pt.
May 19, 1871—4w.
Thx meeting at Unionville. on
Tuesday evening last, was a decided
success, notwitbstsnding it began
raininir int Wnm ttm tima nf .
aamhlmir inrf ennlinnnil f hrnno-h. I
outthe night. Of course the as-
eembly was not so lare a as it wonld
hav Wn had it hBn . nlAan
evening, bnt still it was rerv r.
neetahlain numberi well na in
smrit. Tfrti nieetn.o was nnflimd
by placing H. P. Dearborn in the
Chair, who stated the object of the
meeting and then called on ltev.M
C. Grimes, of the Unionville M. E.
Church, for a prayer. After pray
er, Rey. h. McGuire wa& called oat
ior a lecture, which duty, (tor Rev.
McGuire couceives it to be his duty
to lecture on Temperance.) was
most happily and interestingly per
formed. David Mummey was call.
ed upon to follow Rev. McGuire,
which he done roost ably, and af
ter bim remarks were made by H.
P. Dearborn. Oscar B. Nott. Area
fy
Alderman and Joseph A. Kelly.
Unionville and vicinity has a
strong Temperance element exist
,n i.fc.n it In f.,t it i. th h.l
. --- -- - i
. m TT , . . .1
ei tne citizens oi union vi.ie inak
so liquor of any kind is sold there.
J. bey are proud ot this tact, and
well they may be. The village has
two stores in it, a flouring mill, Ac,
and the Methodists there have a
really nice and comfortable Church.
David R. Buchanan keeps a hotel
there, and he and his w;fe spare no
as
pains to make all who Stop with,
, . r
them comfortable la all respects, 'aait.
Wm. C. Tresize for Councilman.
tan.
The following correspondence ex
plains itself:
McCONNELSVILLE, O., May 17th, 1871.
Mr. Wat. Tbisizi Dear Sir :
The undersigned citisens and elec
tors, irrespective of party , respect,
fully request you to be a candidate
for the office of Councilman, to fill
the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of John Ewing, understanding
that yen are in favor of maintain
ing the Ordinance, known as the
"Beer Ordinance," without altera
tion or modification.
w. w. Mccarty,
JOSEPH A. KELLY,
JAMES B. HcGREW,
AEZA ALDERMAN,
R. STANTON,
PATRICK SWEENEY,
JAMES BAIN,
GEORGE CAMPBELL,
and others.
McCONNELSVILLE, O., May 17th, 1871.
Messes W. W. McCartt, and
others Gentlemen : In answer to
your communication of the 17th,
permit me to say that I am thank
ful for the confidence manifested in
your letter, and that 1 accept the
candidacy tendered me upon the
terms therein indicated.
WM. C. TRESIZE.
Thx Malta Wagon Works, incor
porated a few weeks ago by W. P.
Brown, Att'y Gen. Fond, J. M. Rod
gers and others, with au authorised
capital of $20,000, passed from an
inevitable to a rixiD fact, on last
Friday 12 instM completing its or
ganization by electing J. M. Rod
ger, W. P. Brown, John H. Bell,
Newell Corner and James Manly
directors. James M. Rodgers whs
by the directors chosen President,
and Newell Corner Secretary of the
Company. We confidently predict
the ftuccaas of this enterrtriae. aasnr.
1 1
ed, as we think it is, by the co-op-
ot some of the mcwt nracti
Cal, energetic and successful busi
nes8 men of our connty, men who
have a stubborn habit of accomplish
me what they undertake, ne nn
drstand this Company has already
shipped and sold a numScr ot band
some Express Wagons of their own
manufacture, mado during the com
pletion of its organization. As
8n " full operation with
11 lbo latest and most improve
L : i i: al
'":n,ucry nu ppnuce iur vu
maouiaciure oi wagons, we presume
00 CDe ne1
"Wait for the W.PTn,"
ft,-:- ..u. :n i.
ma hvii siu Pniui TV til yj I U 1 U ' I
'leetle bel
ly supplied with new a '
ter than there sold.
For the Independent.
Chesterfield.
Mr. Editor : I was at Chcster-
field a few days azo. and found the
"Hill" alive with a stirring nonula-
tion. After an absence of about
four years, tho place presented a
number of attractive features. Fo
instance, the new and elegant resi
dence of Fleming Crew, which was
then just commenced, ha been fin
ished up in modern style, inside
shutters, and all looks quite grand
Also, the residence wf Mr. Morey,
as yet nnhmsbed, but will doubt
less be an ornament to the town.
This gentleman is putting up a sub
stantial bnck building for -a store
A room, and which, with ms large to-
b-acco warehouse, looks like bust
ness. Also, Dick. Engle, (advertia
ling Dick, and why don't he adver-
tise in the independent 7) stands
grinnin g in his shop door, defying
any one to pass by without a trend-
ly grasp of the hand and an exhibit
of his Wures, Saddles, Harness
Collars, Ac. Dick, has a penchant
for cellaring, but least some timid
persons may become alarmed, we
will exolain by saying that it is on'
ly horses he collars. Dick, is a small
man :n stature.
All branches of business are well
represented in the "Hill," Dry
xooUs.txroceries, Hardware, Drugs,
&e. A very neat M. E. Church sits
perched on a pleasant little knoll
J08 on lne western edge of town
while the Friends' Meeting House
is on the east Bide. We would not
speak diepairaging ef other place,
but commend as to the Chesterfield
folk for genuine sociability. Hos
pitahty is their forte, and you had
better not try to storm that forte,
for you can t take it.
Prohibition friends are up and
doing, and will give a good account
of themselves this Fall. Tbey are
all highly pleased with the Inde
pendent. S,
Sheep Sheaeixo. E. S. Fawcett,
of Chesterfield, the first of this
month, sheared five ewes and three
buoks ot the American Merino
Sheep, the HgbteBt fleece weighing,
unwashed, nine pounds and four
ounces, aud the heaviest, eighteen
Ponnds nd fiT ounces. The fleeces
of t1T yrling bucks weighed,
one eloven pounds, and the other
a
in
if
eleven pounds and twelve ounces
At boul the eam tim8 B-J-
Br0B -i of the same place, sheared
twenty-eight ewes and fifteen
bock8 of same breed above mention
d, th lightest fleece weighing,
onwaohed, twelve pounds, and the
Heaviest one, that of a buck two
JearB uId' twenty pounds and 12
ounces. A buck of this lot, only
one year and ten weeks old, turned
off a fleece weighing nineteen
pounds and four ounces. Several
others of the same age turned off
fleeces weighing eighteen pounds
and upwards. One ewe of this lot,
one year and ten weeks old, turned
off a fleece weighing 17 pounds
Another Cure X This will certi
that I have used Sprague'a Com
pound Wild Cherry Balsam, nd can
truthfully say that I have received
mo5? ?ene6 from its use than any
Te "ned uror
chrnlc Konch'l affection of long
iianamff. inn ; . , 1
cj - VUU.CJU w .
a eood medicine for rfnunm nfihit
Throat and Longs.
VINTON CRAIG.
Unionville, Ohio.
BAIT I SALT 1 1 SALT II! W. w.
made arraagemeata to keap tba ri.l.Kr.t.4
Uareaer A Benjamin Bait en band this tea-
ton. Wa guarantee weight ana qnnlHy.
Ya mar rely nnon it yon will ret the beat
on ui rtrer. lull weigbt in new, clean
Pc"gea, ana at taa lowest price, by eall
ru ImgODos Wa re tired of aellinr poor
CLARKE, CORNER walkeb.
Issue on The 29th.
A most of the citizens of Mc
Connelsville know. Dr. John Ew
ing has resigned his position as a
member of the Town Council of this
village, and on Monday, the 29th
of this month, his successor is to
be elected. Ever since the election
in April last, it has been urged, by
the Beerites, that the voice of the
people of McConnelsville was giv
en at thnt election, for the repeal
of the ' Beer Ordinance," and Dr.
Swing's resignation was for the
purpose of allowing the people to
decide the question of the repeal of
this Ordinance at an election where
party politics was thrown aside en
tirely, be not being willing to vote
yea or nay on the question as a
Councilman. In consequence of
this position of affairs, many of our
citizens, irrespective cf all party
alliances, have written a letter to
Wm. C. Tresize, asking him to be a
candiJate for Councilman, under
standing bim to be in favor of the
'Beer Ordinance" as it new stands,
without any alteration or modifi
cation, and Mr. Tresize has accept
ed the candidacy on the terms of
the invitation. Who the Beer men
will aominato, is not known to us ;
but, whoever it may be, the ques
tion is simply resolved into this :
"bnauthe Ordinance be repealed?'
This question is one of vital impor
tance to Ibis community, and all
who havo the good of the commun
Hy at heart should rally at once to
the support of the Ordinance. Now
that the Supreme Court of Ohio
has decided the Ordinance to be va
lid in all respects, the Beer Saloons
have been virtually closed and
there are none that have the hard
ihood to open more while it is in
force. The result is that drunken
ness is very much less common on
our streets than it used to be, that
it is seldom night is made hideous
with the yells and curses of half
drunken boys and Men, and that
most of tboso who would rather -get
their living by dealing out poison
to their neighbors, have had to
seek Bome kind of bonorablo em
ployment. Will the people of Mc
Connelsville turn round now and
repeal this Ordinance that has re
sulted in so much benefit to us as a
community ? Will they fill our
town with low, , dirty doggeries to
ensnare the youth ef our town into,
learn them the habit of drinking,
ani start them on the road to drun
kenness and vice 7 It seems to us
that tho father that would walk up
to tho polls and vote for tho open
ing of such places for his sons, or
his neighbor's sons, to bo ensnared
into, must be lo t to all regard for
their welfare. It looks as if the
laboring man that would vote for
tho repeal of the ''Beer Ordinance,"
knowing that by bo doing he is en
abling a few individuals, who are
too lazy to work at some bonora
blo empioyment, to live at ease and
in luxury on the labor of others,
nas little or no pride. Hat the peo
pie of McConnelsuillo will not vote
for the repeal of the Ordinance.
Laboiing men have begun to have
contempt for the men that want
to make their hvirtr off thoir
neighbors by poisoning them with
Beer. Fathers don't liko the idea
of the;r eons beinx beset with a
beer-holl at every street corner.
Mothers, wivrs and Bisters, tliev
too have an interest in this elec
tion and have an influence to wield
and will wield it, and tbev. also.
have no disposition to fee their
husbands, sons, and brothers com
ing home day after day and night
after night, under tho influence of
Beer, Ale, and Whisky. We men
tion Whisky, because if Beer Sas
loons are opened, there will always
be Whisky kept in them, and those
who are initiated will ever be able
to get it. But, citizens of McCon.
nelsvillo, it is necessary that all
who are opposed to the repeal of
the Ordnance, should lay aside all
party feeling and uuite. The Beer
itcs are at work, and they will be
unceasing in their labors from now
until the election is over. They
are now and will be telling ail
kinds of electioneering a'.ories in
order to influenco your votes. Such,
for instance, as that "the town will
die a natural death if Beor is not
sold," or that "the Railroad cannot
bo built if we do not allow Beer to
be sold," &v. Such stories will be
told cautiously, and only to those
they think tbey can gull with them.
Air. X resize, as will be seen olses
where in this paper, has been
brought before the people sonnrelr
favor of the Ordinance as it now
stands. Go to work and elect him,
and thereby save yourselves from
the many evils that would result
from the repeal of the Ordinance.
Remember that it baa not been a
year yet since a man was shot
down in our streets, all in conse
quence of a Beer Saloon, and who
knows but your son, or husband, or
brother may meal with a like fate
these Saloons are again opened
up, and in consequence of them.
REPORT
Of the Condition of the 1st National
Bank of McConnelsville,
at McConnelsville, in
at McConnelsville, in the state of Ohio, at the Close
at McConnelsville, in the state of Ohio, at the Close of Business, April 29, 1871.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Diaconnta, $127,634 00
OTerdrafta, 9 04
B. Bondtto aeenre cirlcnation. 100.000 00
rae irom Kedeeming and iio
enre Agent. 19.2S7 84
Due from other National B'ks., 1,138 47
Furniture and Fistnrea. 800 09
Current Expenses, 1,958 08
Caeh Items (including alamps), 3.091 00
Billa of National Banks, 8,300 00
Fractional current (including
Nickels), 600 88
Specie, via: coin, 90 00
Legal Tender Notes, " 10,000 00
a
LIABILITIES.
Captal Stock paid in,
Surplus Fond,
Profit and Loss,
National Bank circulation out
standing,
Icdiridual Deposits,
Due to National Banks,
$100,000 00
34,600 00
9,160 29
87.S0O 0(1
46,227 42
008 01
Total,
1266,801 71
State of Ohio, County of Morgan, as :
1, Am Alderman, President of tbe First
National Bank of McConnelsrille. do soN
emaly f wear that the abcrre statement it
true, to the best of my knowledge and be
lief. ARZA ALDERMAN, Preat.
Subscribed and aworn to before me this
11th day ef Mar, 1871.
to
WM. FOULKE, Notary Public.
Correct Alteet :
JA8. A M'CONKEL,
J. E. THOMAS,
E. M. STANBERY.
j at
May 19, 1871 Directors.
Annual Meeting of the Morgan
Co. Medical Society.
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting, for 1871, of the
Morgan uounty Medical Society
will be held on TUESDAY, MAY
30th, at tbe omce of Dr. Chas. Rob
eruon, in Aicuonnelsville. It is
hoped there will be a full attend
ance.
May 19, 1871.—2w.
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
Baltimore, May 11th.
Cattle On Thursday morning
the market was dull throughout.
The offerings wero mainly closed
out. Much eows we quote at 30
to (70 per Lead, as to quality.
Veal calves we quote unchanged
at 6u8c. per pound. Best beeves at
So 12a7 75 ; generally rited first
quality at 85aG 25; medium at S4 50
a6; oxen and cows at 54 25al 50 ;
lowest grades of cattle at 54 2a; ex
treme range of prices f4 5;i7 75.
Of the receipts 211 hend came from
Maryland, 280 from Ohio, 205 from
.Pennsylvania, a from Missouri, bU
from Virginia, 13 from W. Virgin
ia, and 14 from North Carolinia
tutal 954 head against 729 last w k.
and 702 same time last year.
Sheep and Lambs. We quote nt
4a7c. per lb. gross. Lambs at $2 50
a4 75 per head, as to qnality. Tot: I
receipts, 3,225 against 2,292 last
week.
Hoas Sales rather slow, at a de
cline of Jajc. since last week. We
quote at 87 50a8 25 per 100 pounds
net, as to quality. Receipt this
week 4,775 head against 5,226 lust
week.
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Cincinnati, Eve. of May 15.
Beef Cattle Tbe arrivals weio
cot large, but they were in excess
of the demand, and the market
ruled dull, though uo decline was
established, but some remained in
the pens this evening unsold.
There was but a limited demand
from shippers, the inquiry being
mainly from butchers. W e quote
common $3 75a4 25, fair (4 50 uo.
good S3 25a5 50, prime butchers'
stuff $5 75, and shipping cattloat
S6nS 25 per cental gross.
Sheep The market wan n it so
firm, and prices are easier, closing
at S3 75u5 75 per cental gross.
Spring lambs aro Belling at ?2a4
per head, as to quality.
Hogs Prices declined during the
week 25c. per cental gross, closing
quiet at the reduced rates. We
quoto medium to heavy averages at
S5a5 25, bnt tbe bulk of tho sales
were at S5a5 10 percental gross.
RISI.VESS NOTICES.
STOP AXD READ THIS ! ! !
l'ou can buy the Best and Dry-est
Clftars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office X
tuThe latest and richest patterns
of WALL PAPER are sold at Adaib s
Book Store.
TaxTery best Machine Thread andEilk,
in all colore and numbers, always on hand
at Clarke, Corner k Walker's.
EfQVThe freahegt and choicest styles
of WALL PAPER are aold at Adair's
Book Store.
1MTORTA XT TO BUYERS OF
SEW1XG MACHINES I In addition
to selling the Grover & Baker mach
ines, we intend keeping all the small
er parts so that a broken piece ran be
duplicated without trouble or delay.
11. B. VINCENT 4 LRU.
tGo to ADAIR'S Book Store for
Wall Patkr and Wixnow Sharks.
They have a splendid stock, and the
handsomest variety of patterns, from
the cheapest to the finest grades, ever
opened in H'Connelsville. An exami
nation will convince you ofthe correct
ness of this statement.
A sriaxniD stock of Gonts' furnisking
Goods, such aa collars, suspenders, shirts,
neckties, bows, hats, caps, and socks at
Clarke, Corner A Walker'a.
faThe newest and handsomest do-
signs of WALL PAPER are sold at A
Dim s cook More.
HOLLAND GOLD PENS-thehest
Pen made in use by all book keep
ersfor sale only by II. B. Vincent &
Bro.
Sw ueodi
To arrive at ADAIR'S Book Store on
Monday morning next.
A aaw lotof Cloths A Casaimeres, includ
ing those desirable Scotch Goods, just re
ceived at CLARKE, CORNER WALK
ER '6.
ELGIN WATCIIE9 in GoldorSil
vet cases, at Vincent's!
Window Fixtures!
The cheapest and best WINDOW
FIXTURES are sold at Adair's Book
Store, and kept in large quantities.
Ir we have no cheap, flimsey fabrics to
adrertiae for a mere tone, and dear at that.
we do claim to hare a superior stock ef
good, substantial goods, wnich wa will sen
ae cheap aa any other mortal man mark
tbat. Uo to Clarke, corner at vainer a.
BASE BALLS!!
A large lot of IJASS BALLS soon to
arrive at Adair 8 Book Store.
Stbeu and Revolving Hay Rakes and
Rav Forks and Grain Cradles now at
Cochran, Bozman & Ce's.
Bft.ExcelIent Buff and Gkerx Hoi.
lands, for Window Shades, constantly
kept at ADAIR'S Book Store, and sold
at low prices.
Moigii Couktt demands a first class
Merchant Tailoring establishment, Clarke
Corner k Walker'a are determined to meet
this demand in their new and beautiful
Clothing room. They have not spared ex
pense in fitting up their room and shall a
rail themselves of the latest and most reli
able fashion plates and reports. They in
tend keeping a larger stock of Fine Goods
tban was ever brought into thia market.
They employ the very best experienced
workmen and require their work to be
done in the most perfect manner. Their
cutter, Mr. A. W. Walker, baa an estab
lished reputation es a Fashionable Cutter.
Having giten his exclusive ellensioa to
thia department for 36 years, he knows
what he ia about.
We want to buy, for cash on delivery,
large lot of Saw Logs. W ill pay f 1.25
per hundred for good Oak or Poplar
logs. ' Bring them in I
HCCOXKEUSTILLE SASB DoOB FACTORY.
Horse Collars and Carriage Whips
at Cochran, Bozman & Co's.
WALL PAPER!!
The excellent manner in which our
Wall Paper Trimmer does its work
commends itself in the highest degree
our many customers who have pur
chased their supplies from us this sea
son, and as we trim all Wall Paper
that we sell FREE OF CHARGE, we
feel assured in saying that we offer the
most favorable inducements to every
body wanting Paper Hangings to make
their purchases of us.
AUAIK BROS.
Yorxo Hyson Tea ;
G onpowder Tea ;
Black Tea;
' Japan Tea :
All of the very best at Jfummey's.
Prims Groceries always to be found
SILL'S. They keep nothing but the
best. I ry them I
E. E. FILLMORE X CO.
COE'S PATENT
l FRIGHT
DRILL PRESS 8c SCRETV CUTTING MACHINE !
PATENTED January 19th, 1860. "a
-00-
THKSK DRILLS are independable to B!ack?mitb, Carriage, Wafrnn and Plow
Manulactarera. Every establishment that purchases one, and Bin,' a tbe moy
' conveniences to which it can be pit, wonld not bs without .it for three times
its price. JVo. O is without vise attachment sod suitable for ordina-.
ry Blacksmith work Weight 100 ronnd. Ho. 1 sni table for
Carriage, WagOL and ordinary Blacksmith work and for drill
ing anv hole np to one inch Weight 130 pounds, ife. 3
with vise attachment, is suitable for all kinds of light
and heavy work ; cutting Bolts and Nuts op tu
three-fourths of an inch. This ix most -gonerally
nstd by PLO W M A K ERS
Wtiglit 200 poundi.
COMBINES BOTH SPEED AND POWER,
Alths aamitlime la rmrfcetlv slmole. stronir and not liable to Bet ont of order, If
desired the Xo. 2 Machine can be run by power, by putting a Pu!ly
on the Sliafi near tbe Balance Wheel This is one of the
greatest Labor Saving- Machines tor Blck
etniths in oe. Xo smith can afford to
be wiihont one. They are got
ten np in the firat-clasi
ttjles, AND ARE
o r
Sale By
1.
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in
9
ZAXESTILLE, OUIO.
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DRAIN
VITHIFIICD
OR SEWER
1 and 1 1-2 Inch.
PIPE
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DRAIN
OR S E W E R
2, 3 and 4 Inch.
PIPE
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D R A I N
OR SEWER
6 and 9 Inch.
P IP E
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DRAIN OH SEWER 1MPE,
12, 15, and IS Inch.
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DRAIN OR SEWER PIPE,
SO and 24 Inch.
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furnlaued fo order at abort notice by
E. E. FILLMORE & CO.
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r. S. T1I1S ril'E 13 YERY J1UCH SUPERIOR TO THS COM
MON DALF-BUPED ARTICLE.
ZANESVILLE, OHIO, MAY 12, 1871.
McCO..ELSTILLE BCSIXESS CARDS.
H. SPENCI3,
Dealer in nits and Caps, on Center St.'casi of Pub. Square, McConnelsville, O,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of HTS and CLAJPS !
KETf GOODS Received With Every Change in the Seasons I
t& EYERYTHIXG SOLD LOW FOR CASH!-i
t& The ITighest OuA Frica paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins f
April 21, 1871 -ly. '
Grocery and Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEY have on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEE5,SUGAR3.:MOLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a Full Supply ol AU Kinds of Provisions In this Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None hut the
best of Cattle killed, and consequents their beef ia always of the best quality.
Flour sold by the sack at the lowest fates. " April 21. 1871 ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry G-oods !
W. 1). & C. McCAKTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notion, Ladies' Dress Coodsf Ladies' Shoe, Ete,t
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, McCon
nelsville, Ohio.
N. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
alw ays sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. (April 21, 1371-ly.
R . L. ill ORRIS,
South side of Center St, three doors East of Public Square.'McConnelsvllle, 0.,
niALsa is
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
KY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, 4 a, ic.
X. B. Agent for the sale of tho "Acme Mower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal satiefnetion last season. Ap. 21'7l-ly.
AMOS BRADY,
North side of Center St., between East and Penn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has Always to Offer to Ills Customers! the Dest Qualities or
Jetf, Coffee?, Slices, ?oJ:isses, qtd Jbettjifiii
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, alay.
on hand. Prices te suit the times. April 21, 1871 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
We keep on haods. and are crntaotly receivicg
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES
We hee, also, an extensive line of PAlN'l S, LVL STUFFS, OILS and BRUSH
ES, all of which we offer to tbe Public at the lowest market ralis. Also, we iavil
oar customers to call and examine oar large and well selected
STOCK OP'WALL PAPER !
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEKIUXGYLW.
April 28th, 1S71 ly. JOHN ALEAXNDER.
C. ROBERTSON,
IN". W Cor. of IPub.Squ., IMcConnelsvillo, O.,
Dealer ia
DRUGS, HDiriNES. PURE LEADS. HISTS, OILS, DTES k DIE SKPPS, PEBPUMEEL
and
p9 Phrsicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Paiuta mixed to order.
April zf, 1871 It.
WO RLE Y ADAMS.
F. M. KAIILEK.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Gioceries, Boots and Shoes,
-a
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
Ips NEW G00D3 received regularly. The highest pri e paid for COUNTRY
PRODUCE in exchange for Goods. IMay 4,'71. ly.
f
SOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD
Morgan County having purchased the Sill Property, the undersigned woul-l respect
fully inform bis friends, and the public gtuemlly, tbat he has
Removed his Tin-shop
TO THE NEW BUILDING, ON MAIN STREET.
WJOpposite the Foundry. He is thankful for part favors, and by a strict attention to
business, he hopes lo merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. Special at
tention paid to JOB WOES and REPAIRING of all kinds, in bis lineof business.
Any work left at Cochran, Bosman & Co's Store, or F. S'll A Co's., will receive prompt
attention. Positively no Stork nsetlbnt the best the market affords.
Mct'oDnelsville, Ohio. May 5tb, 1871. L. HABTER.
HlIL OCSSMOOB. A. M. Dosshoob.
237 nuns. rOSrSTBIJlISL 1H3.
II. DUNSMOOR & SOIV,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCRNITURK, to-wit : CIIAIR8, TABLES, BURSAS, BED3TEADS.4C, Ac;
At their SALE ROOMS in
McCONNELSVIIXE AJSTJO ZMJLTY.
X. B. They employ sons but firat-clasa mechanics, and Warrant all their work. Their
Platform ia : "GoeU work, good T and low prices I" (April 21, 1871 Sm.
UNDER T'A KERS!
R. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
Sorth-East corner of Centre and Penn Streets,
McConnelsville, oiito,
Keen constantly on hand a complete assortment of Coffios. Burial Cases, Ac, and ban
in their employ K ibert A. Pinkerton, who will maka tl.is department ol businesa spe
cialty. In connection With their business, tbey have fitted np a first-class
LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT,
Anil are prepared to furnish all patrons with whatever they mar want in their LINE.
May 13. IST1 ly. -
The Sash & Door Factory,
iicConnelsville, Ohio,
FnrnisSMi to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, SIDING, CEILING
SASH, SHUTTERS, BLINDS k POORS, BOX & COMMON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
rialnlng &. Hatching, Scroll Sawing &. Ripping Done to Order.
f.V OaV, Poplar and Fine Lumber bought and sold
April 21. 1871-ly
H. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
msnEss otces.
Faso. Bbowrt ha3 refitted his Barber
Shop, and evidently intends to push
business. Besides a general renova
tion of everything about his Shop, be
has purchased two new chairs, which
are inviting to all who like a comforta
ble seat while being unddr the manip
ulations of a barber. Fred, invites all
to call and see bim.
A large lot of PICTURE FRAMES
now at ADiis'a Book Store.
,
BVSIXESS KOTICES.
Singls and combined Mowers and
Reapers, the best machine now out,
and that has taken the Premium over
one hundred and one competitors, for
rale at reduced prices at Cochran,
Bosman Sc Co's.
Su.cs. satin, linen, gingham, 4 mix
parasols new assortment at Stone s.
Immotid Washing- Machine, manu-
factured and for sale at reduced prices
at Cochran, Uoiman & lo .

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