M CONKELSVILLE :
FRIDAY . . . . , . nay 36, IStt.
One copy, one year, when
net paid In ad ranee, $.
One copy, one year, cash
In advance, $1.5
To a Clnb of (en, one dol
lar and Ihirly-Ote cents
To a Clnb of fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five.
cents each. $18.75
W ALL DELINQUENTS will bt
charged up, in aU cases, at the rata of
Two Dollars a vear.
Call itE. L Morris' and examine ths
Acme Mower and Beaper.
3. M. Rogers k Co., of Malta, are A grots
lor ue tele ot tn World atid Jiirby Mow
ers ana Keapar.
Tax regular session of tbe Coun
ty Commiesioneta begins on tue 5th
oi next month.
Thb ad vertisc inert of (he Teach
er's Institute. &s published hereto-
tore in this pnper, contained a mis
Ulce. Instead ot the term being
only ef two week's duration, it
should Lave said four weeks.
A rorxo man, a Republican, was asked
the other day if he would not run as a Re
publican candidate for Councilman. "No,
ir," he replied, "I think too much of my-
su u run mr ue canuiaate oi any party a
gainst Mr. Tresise, when the question i
Seer or no Beer, as it is now." Such is the
feeling of all right-minded men cf all Dir
ties, and it is questionable if the Beerites
will be able to get a respectable man to
acme out astneir candidate.
Tbk Court of Common Pleas, for
this County, convenes again on tbe
5th of next month. Fire criminal
eates and seventy-one civil caes
are docketed for hearing. Tbe
Conrt will last abont two weeks,
and a portion ot the time will be
presided over by Jude Moses M.
Granger. However, Judge F. W.
Woid will preside during most of
Teb Beerites are Laving a hard
time of it, in '.heir attempt to get a
respectable man to run on their
ticket for .Councilman. llespecta
lle men think it about as disreput
able to run for Councilman, with
the avowod purpose of repealing
tbe ''Beer Ordinance, as it womd
be to stand behind the counter and
Tbeee are those in this common
ity that are charging that the pre
sent dull times are all on account of
the "Beor Urdinance." In other
words, they say that onr farmers
won't come to town because they
cannot buy Beer. Certainly these
Beerites have a high idea of the
farmers of Morgan County ! Think
of it, farmers 1 - They would mako
it appear that yon are great Beer
and n nisky guzzlers !
The County Commissioners met
on Tuesday last as a Board of
Equalization ot the Personal Prop-
f i -t i
erij oi too county, uui owing to
the fact that Caleb A. Williams,
Assessor of Marion Township, was
not up to time with bis omcial bus
iness, they adjonrned, without ac
complishing anything, to meet
gain as raid Board on the 8ih dav
of next month.
TVk. C. Tresize has introdaced
- mme new styles of Photographs in
this community, which are worthy
of any one's inspection. They are
the Itembrant, Holyoke, Berlin,
and, also, the Life Size Photo
graphs. Thee are much superior
to tbe old style of Photographs, and
evidence Mr. Tresiee's determina
tion to keep posted in all new dis
coveries of his calling. Call at his
rooms on Centre street, above the
Public Square, and inspect his
work, and thereby satisfy yourself
as to the merits ol these Photos.
For Express and Farm WagonF,1
manufactured of - good, seasoned j
material, finely finished, rail on La-.
kens & Strong, above the Bridgo,
McConnelsville, Ohio. They have
on band a fine lot ot Farm Wag
ons, r our-opring, Flatform bpting,
and lwobpnng Express Wagon,
which can be bought at Cash rates.
Repairing, repainting, and all binds
ot Blacksmith Work done mechant
cally by them. Give them . a call
They are pron.pt.
May 19, 187I-4w.
The contractors for building the
contemplated Baptist Church bail
ding, have begun operations such
as hauling the stone for the fonnda
tion, A-o. The main Church build
tog has been contracted for for sev
en thousand dollars, and the Sab
bath School and Lecture building
or eight hundred dollars. The
probability is, howover, that the
two buildings will cost all of nine
thousand dollars. Isaac Fonts, G.
B. Fonts and J. B. Powell are tbe
contractors. The Baptists and those
connected with the Baptists by re
lationship, nave subscribed abont
six tLousand dollars toward this
work, and the Church will be able
to raise considerably more within
its folds. Our citiaens generally
will be called npon soon to coQtn
bnle their individual mites, and it
is hoped that they will respond i
beraliy. Tbe buildings will be
highly creditable to the town, to
aay nothing of the purpose for
which they are to be used.
Kxv. Wk. H. WoLryof the M. E
Churoh, died at his residence near
Grove City, eight miles west of Co
lumbus, Ohio, of consumption, on
Taesday night, the 16th insU, aged
thirty-five years. Mr. Wolfs first
charge was at Bossean, this county,
ana bis next in si ana, b:s next in
Amesville, Athens county, bis next
at Grove City above mentioned, his
next at Midway, Madison county,
and bis next and last at Milford
Centre, Union county, which bis
failing health caused him to give
up and return to his home near
Grove City, a little over one year
ago. In the Fall of 1862, bo mar
ried Mfss Mary JE. Hall, the eldest
daughter of John Hall, of alalia.
He leaves bis widow and four email ; ted
children very comfortably situated. The
Mr. Volf was a young man of more J
than ordinary promise, and had his . up
physical constitution been equal to
bis will and mental and spiritual ' will
his life would bave been ', ding
one of prolonged uselulness. ' 1
Tbi New Lexington Herald,
tbe I8tn, cornea to ns aaicing us
exchange, and evidencing its need
ot a missionary of some kind
would furnish it with a copy of
National Prohibition Platform.
The Herald is a very neatly print
ed Democratic paper, and is the
ge.n of tee dominant party of Perry
County, and is evidently troubled
at tne prospective growth of a Pro
hibition party in Perry County,
having probably similar feelmes
inose narDorea by our McConnels
ville Herald at seeing the Prohibi
tion party prosper in Morgan Coun
ty. But the Herald, (the New Lex
ington one we mean), essays
stop the growth of tho Prohibition
cause in Periy County by a timely
nip at the bud, and in doing
spends almost a column of its most
valuable space in telling the Prohi
bitionists not to begin at tbe bran
ches ef the great tree of destruc
tion, but to commence at the roet
or, in other words, not to trouble
themselves by trying to force Dem
ocratic officials to enforce the pres
ent laws, but to strike out boldly
for laws that would make it equally
as criminal to sell in or bring into
tbe State any kind ef alcoholic li
quors as it is to steal horses or pass
counterfeit money. The Herald,
(the New Lexington one), has
hesitancy in saying it is justaabad
to degrade, rob and kill a man bv
selling him liquor as it is to steal
horses, commit burglary, or what
our laws now stamp as murder, and
it wants the 1 rohibitionists to stop
their endeavors to have the present
laws enforced and devote their en
tire attention to tho work of hav
ing laws made that will place those
who sell liquor in their proper
sphere in the catalogue of crimin
als. We do not know what tho
Prohibitionists- of Perry County
are doing further than we can
guess by the complaints of the
Herald, but we would assure the
editors of that pnner that if thev
will examine tho Platform of tho
National Prohibition party, found
on the first column of the second
page of this paper, and on which
the Prohibitionists of Ohio are
fighting, tht-y will find that tho
Prohibitionists are fighting for the
entire Prohibition of tbe sale, man
ufacture or importation of all alco
holic stimulants as a beverage.
While we are at work at the rKt,
though, wo think it well enough to
put in what spare time wo have by
lopping off somo of the branches, all
that we are able to lop off with the
natcnet too people ot Ohio have
given us. Jf by this means we can
stop the growth of the monster cv
en a littlo, we will be doing much
good. Tbe Herald's cry el "begin
at me root ana wo ore with you.
was in the month of every liquor
vendor in McConnelsville three
years ago, but they failed to be
with us, forgot :beir promises when
we presented them the Prohibition
Platform beginning at tho root.
Will the Herald go bacfc on its pro
mises 7 Read the Platform and an
List ot Grand Jurors for the Juno
Term of Common Pleas Court, 1871,
commencing on the 5tb. at 10 o'
clock, A. M :
Isaac Blauvelt, Homer tp.
Joseph Wolf, Homer.
Milton Hamcs, Marion.
John Young, Morgan.
C. S. Wood, Union.
Hiram Finlcy, Malta.
Ephriam Birch, Centre.
H. W. Grubb, Bloom.
Henry Percgoy, Centre.
Joseph McDonald, Bristol.
Joseph Parraiter, Jr., Meigsville.
William Hann, Tenn.
Hiram Kirkbride, Union.
John P. Sherlock, Centre.
Joseph Vest, Malta.
PETIT JCB6RS rOR THE 6TH :
Matthew McCall. Deerfield tp.
J. a.C. Lelkiid. Bristol.
J. M. Weaver, York.
Joseph Parsons, Union.
Luke Brcese, Deerfield.
William Sherwood, Malta.
James J. Palmer, Malta.
Eugene Pierrote, Windsor,
Elias Bundy, Marion.
E. L. Updike, Union.
John Bowen, Meigsville.
John Parmitcr, Bristol.
Wm. C Tresize for Councilman.
The following correspondence ex
McCONNELSVILLE, O., May 17th, 1871.
Mr. Wm. Tresize Dear Sir :
The undersigned citizens and elec
tors, irrespective of partj , reppect-
uiiy request you to be a candidate
lor the oflrce of Councilman, to fill
the vaeancy caused by the resigna
tion of John Ewmg, understanding
mat you are in lavor ot maintain
ng the Ordinance, known as the
"Beer Ordinance," without altera
tion or modification.
w. w. Mccarty,
JOSEPH A. JLELLY,
JAMES B. McGREW,
McCONNELSVILLE, O., May 18th, 1871.
Messrs W. W. McCartt, and
others Gentlemen : In answer to
your communication of thelth.
permit me to say that 1 am thank
for the confidence manifested in
your letter, and that I accept the
candidacy tendered mo upon the
WM. C. TRESIZE.
All who aspire to become School
Teachers in Morgan county should
fail to attend the Teachers'
Normal Institute to be held in Mc
Connelsville, as advertised else
where in this paper. For a yearor
more past, a great many who want
teach have thought the examin
ations by the Morgan County Board
Examiners too severe, when the
fault has been that they were unfit-
fr the positions they seek.
object of this Institute is to
smooth the way ferall such to come
to the standard that the Board
rightfully requires. Arrangements
be made for all .to obtain boar
ab'.lity, at reasonable rates, and it is
hoped none will fail to attesd. ,
Ici I Al. Worley will accomo
date all who desire ice brought
their doors at reasonable rates.
He makes a circuit of the town
this business four times a week.
His ice is probably . tbe best that
was put up here last winter.
Elsewhere in thu paper will
found V. B. .Lewis & Co. s acver
tisement, to which we call special
attention. This firm is one of tbe
live establishments uf ZnnesviIIe,
and is receiving a heavy patronage
from the people ot tbe Muskingum
Valley; Tbey slate in their adver
tisement that they are ready
make it interesting to a live mar.,
either in McConnelsville or Malta,
to take bold of the Canton Buckeye
Mowor ii Reaper, for whit-h they
are tbe General Agents for tbe
Muskingum Valley. Here is
chance lor somo enterprising man
to build up a lucrative business
V. B. Lewis & Co. are general dea
lers in Hardware, Farm Implements,
Seeds, &., Ac, and parties
wbo go to Zancsville to trado, cannot
do better than to call on them.
One of the electioneering stories
being circulated now is to the ef
fect that a certain person who owns
considorablo real estate in McCon
nelsville will not give anything to
ward building a railroad unless the
"Beer Ordinance" is repealed. He
then, tbe story goes, will rent his
buildings for beer-shops and give
the rents toward building a rail
road. Is not this generous I Here
is a man that wants to build a rail
road off the wages of the laboring
men : off the woes and wails of
wives, widows and orphans ; off the
moral, mental, physical, financial,
and spiritual ruin of his fellow
men ; and then ho wants to have
it to tell that he gave so much to
ward building a railroad, so much
thus got ! It strikes us that if any
ef our citizens want to build a railroad
out of tbe money they would
J fpend for Beer if the Ordinance was
repealed, it would he far better for
them to save their dimes tnd half,
dimes themselves, and apply them
to the building of a road them
selves, instead of making a Beer
Saloon a halr-way house for them.
The New Departure We pub
lishthis week tho resolutions, pre
pared by C. L. Vallandigham, and
passed unanimously by the Mont
gomery County Democracy at their
recent County Convention in Day
ton , and, as the probability is thai
they will bo acceptoJ as tho plat
form of the Democratic party of
Ohio at the coming folate conven
tion, to bo held in Columbus on the
1st day of June, we may say they
are of peculiar significance to the
whole country. Heretofore, Mr.
Vallandigham, and the Montgome
ry County Democracy, have been
the most ultra in their parly hold
ings and demands ; and, now that
they have turned a complete sum
mersault, bave ceased to clamor for
a "White Man's Government,"
hare abandoned the idea thai one or
more Slates of our Union can have
the right to secede, have repudiat
ed the "Greenback" policy and are
nrg'ng speedy return to specie
payment : in short, hare swallow
ed tbe lata war and all its political
results, negvo anfTrago included,
and have come squarely onto the
Republican platform of two yearn
ago under such circumstances, i
it strange that there should be eon.
siderable commotion ? But tlrange
as it is that Mr. allandigham and
bis ultra friends should make such
a wholesale surr3cder of what they
claimed, few years ago, to be their
ever endurable principles, yet it is
equally strarge thai the Democrat
ic papers and leaders of Ohio sho d
fall in with them in their new ideas
so readily. The Ohio Statesman, of
Columbus, recognizes the situation
at once, and comes out boldly for
the Dayton Flatform. It roes so
far in its views as to bold that if the
Supreme Court of the United
States was thoroughly Democratic,
that said Court would sustain the
throe last amendments to the Ui-i-ted
States Constitution as the law
of the land, notwithstanding that it
might be proven that they were il-
legally enacted. Tho Cincmnat
Enquirer endorses the Dayton
flatform also, it we except its dis
position to stick to its "Green
back plan of paying the National
debt. On this point it hesitates
ittla abont following in the wake
of Mr. Vallandigham, and wiil
doubtless wriggle and writhe con
siderably before it succumbs to tho
pressure that will finally force it to
capitulate. .Leading Democrats in
this community, we mean tlioso
who would never fortake the party
no matter how often it forsakes
them, are taking the platform one
section al a time, and it is thought
they will get it all down by the 1st
of June. This action of the Dem
ocracy cannot but result in good to
tbe Prohibition cause. It has
brought the two old parties sc near
ly together that there la little or no
difference in them except In the
name, and they will stand before
the people only as two armies of
vampires fighting for the possess
ion of the victim whose blood they
would suck. This will force the
great body of our citizens to look
around for a party that has a prin
ciple to carry into effect, and lhey
will be naturally attracted by the
cause of X'rohibition.
Annual Meeting of the Morgan
Co. Medical Society.
Notiee is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting, for 1871, of the
Morgan County Medical Society
will be held on TUESDAY", MAY
30th, at the office of Dr. Chaa. Rob
ertson, in McConnelsville. It is
hoped there will bo a full attend
May 19, 1871. 2w.
Miss Sarah Jenkins, both of Bristol '
township, this connty. i
FRENCH CHE ADLE May 24th, '71, .
by Rev. H. Cooper, at the residence!
of Mrs. Nancy Cheadle, Mr. George j
rrencn ana aiiss Agnes a. ineaaie,
both of McConnelsville.
DEVITT HAYS By W. C. Early, J.
P., on May th, lSil, at the resi
dence of Abraham Hays, in Centre
tp., Mr. John Deritt to Miss Jane
Hays, both of Morgan countv, O.
LELAND JENKINS On "Wednes
day, the 21th inst., at the residence
of O. M. Lovell. Esq.. bv Rev. C. W.
Courtright, Mr. J. A. C. Leland to
THi Beerites hare a plsn on foot lo de
ceive me people, to-wit : Instesd of en
deavormr to make the sale of Hm, frM.
they are about to propose to repeal the pre-
woiuraiMDceina enact another one al
lowing the ssle nnder certain restrictions,
for instance that it shall not be sold to mi
nors, Habitual drunkards, or on Sundays,
or after ten o'clock at night, Ac. This
merely a dodee. and will be franrhL with
all the evils resultine from the free lof
me poison, end will be attended with the
additional evil of continual lawsuits, ic.
As the Ordinance now stands, there is little
prospect oi our community being harass
ed with prosecutions, for the reason that no
one will deal in the article when he cannot
mace it prontasie but by subjecting him
self to the penalties of the Ordinance. Un
der such an Ordinance as the Beerites pro
pose, lawsuits and prosecutions would
spring up on every hand. The Vendors
would violate the Ordiuance every day, ta
king the chances that they could not be
convicted, knowing that it "is a very diffi
cult matter to convict a violator under
such an Ordinance. Besides this, is it the
wish of any respectable man that his neirh.
bor. a sober man to-dar. should be miHn
drunkard of to-morrow ? Such would be
the result of such an Ordinance as the
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Cincinnati, Eve. of May 22.
Beep Cattle Ihero was a fair.
demand all the week from butchers
and shippers. We quote common
S3 75a4 25 ; fair H 505 ; good at
(5 25a5 50 ; prime butchers' stot k
$5 75, and shipping cattle, $5 per
cheep Receipts fell off towards
tbe close cf the week, and to-dy
the market was firm at 3 to $5 per
cental gros for common to prime.
Lambs are soiling at tl 50 to $3pr
heud, as to quality.
Hoos The supply the greater
portion of tho week was in excaes
of the wants of the butchers, and a
material decline was established,
but to-day shippers oiilcrod the
market and took about all offered
tho market closing firm at Sla4 50
per cental gross, for light to heavy
STOP 4I READ THIS ! ! !
Tou ran buy the llest aim Dry-est
Clears nt Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Ofllce !
SILK Terasols. Linen Farasnls, Tongee
Silk Parasols. Silk and Linen Fans, recei
ved this wesk at IIALLIDAY S.
Vocxo men who don't buy their col
lars and ties &t SILL' 3 are missing it
PIQUE.S and Dress l.inons, and the
trimmings to match, al thu latest
mode, al Stone's.
BarsHF.s we have juft added to our
stock a nice little invoice of Brushes,
consisting ol horse, shoe. hat. clothes,
anrt Hair brushes, of different st vies.
Go and scethem at SILL'S.
SILK Parasols, Linen Parasolf, Tonee
bilk rarasols, Kilk and Linen Fans, receiv-
catnis ween at UALL1WA1 S.
IsiroRTF.D Shawls, the "Burnous Vu
rious," just received at Stone's.
For a good Pocket Knife. Tockot
Book or Pocket comb, go to fclLL'S.
SILK Parssols, Linen Patasols. Pongee
Silk Psrafnls. Silk and Linen Fans, receiv
ed this week et HALLIDAY'S.
Quk stock of Gents' Goods is fash
ionable and complete. Cullars, ties,
bows, suspenders, socks, shoes, hand
kerchien,, Ac, at .SILL'S.
Whole Willow Basket., the vr rv ar
ticle you desire, at Stone's.
Bovs' collars, socks, tics, Ac., in good
aaaertmtnt. , SI l-i-'-S.
PIT will buy a Xo. 8 Wood, booking
.stove, full trimmed, at Oejrge Jaue
way's. No. 100, Bell tt., Mal:a, Ohio.
Tri-.vks, Valises, and Basket, at ma
nufacturers prices, at SI LL'S.
When in want of Paints ami Oils eo
to Spraguc's Drug Store. You will
find him cheaper than the cheapest 1
Ladies' collars, caps skirts. Dress
Goods, and a heavy line oi 1-adics'
Goods at SILL'S.
Tr.rssEs, both single and double, and
Gents' ,-houlder Braces, just received
atSprague's Drug btore.
Wt will hare this week sure, ladies.
White Kid Gloves, a nice thing for
parties ; Genls' colored Kids, fine Calf
oloves, end nice makes of Silk, suita
ble for walking or driving, at Sill's.
NEW lot of Spring and hummer
shawls at Stone's.
SCYTHES AXD &XATI1S and
scythe stones for sale by Geo. Jane
way, Xo. 100, Bell St., alalia, Ohio.
Bnowx and Bleached muslins, shirt
ing checks and stripes, at SILL S.
KoroE Collars and Carriage Whips at
Cochran, Iiozman A Co s.
The '-Clipper," the best Mower ever
offered to the farmers of Morgan coun
tv, forsalo by George Janewav, No.
100, Bell street, Malta, Ohio.
CALL on C. E. Cochran if you want
the best and cheapest chewing and
smoking tobacco, aud dryest stogies.
Good assortment of Print3, I iglit or
Dark styles, at SILL'S.
A ruta lot of Pocket and Table
Knives, German and silver and Albata
Table spoons at Janeway 's, No. ICO,
Bell street, Malta. Ohio.
Thb Brown-Munly Plow Company
are manufacturing three sues Thresh
ing Machines, of the Massillon and
Balston patterns, which they have ve
ry greatly improved for this season s
trade. They are furnishing Wagons
and Stackers with the machines, when
IMPROVED Washing Machines.
manufactured and for Bale at reduced
prices at Cochran, Bozman A Co s.
Thb Brown-Manly Tlow Com nan v
will pay cash for wrought or cast scrap
SINGLE and combined Mowers and
Reapers, the best machine now out.
and that has taken the Premium over
one hundred and one competitors, for
sale at reduced prices at Cochran
Bozman A Co's.
GO to Janeway's for your Hardware.
io. iw, ceil st., .alalia, Ohio.
.ELGIX WATCAES 1
Elgin Watches ! 1
.Elgin Watches ! ! !
Nick line of Ginchcms and Lawns in
check or plaid, at SILL'S.
Persons wanting Fianoes, Orsans, or
Melodeons will find it to their advan
tage to call on II. B. Vincent A Bro..
Iryou wish the best and dryest Sto
gies and Tips in the market, as well as
II the standard brands of line cicars.
either at wholesale or retail, go to C.
E. COC II BAN'S, sign of Jim Crow.
Wk have just received alarcelotof
the justly celebrated DIAMOND Glas,
se, which now make our assortment
complete. II. Ii. VINCENT A Bro.
We are keeping a tine stock of Dry :
Good and Notions, with come nice
Groceries mixed in. and are sellinc .
them cheap and ask a liberal sliar of :
patronage. I". SILL A CO. j
HOLLAND GOLD PENS -the best
made in the United States. Try them
and you will use no other, at VI N
E. E. FILLMORE &. CO.
DRILL TRESS & SCRE"vV CUTTING MACHINE !
6T- PATENTED .January 19th, 1869. "
are indisfwngahla to B!ock?milb, Carriage, Wsjjoti and Plow
Every establishment tbiit purchases one, and finds tbe many
conveninncr to which it can he pat, would not be without it for three lira
lis price. IXo. O is witbont viee attachment aod suitable for ordinal
ry I!a ksmith ork Weight 100 pound. STo. 1 suitable for
Carriage, Wagou and ordinary lilacknuilb work and (or drill
inij bdv hole up looDe iPctWt.ilit 130 pound. Ko.
with vise attachment, is suitable for all k'r.d. of ligSt
and heavy work ; culling Bolts and Nots up lo
three-funrlhs of an inch. This iz is most
gonerallv nrd by PLO V M A KKKS
Weight 200 pouudj.
COMBINES BOTH SPEED AND POWER.
Al the ame time is perfect'? fnmplp, strong sud not liable la get oat of order,
desired lh HTo. 2 Machine can be rnn by pover. by pultinjr a Tullpy
on the Shaft sear the Balance Wheel. .Tblala ooaol ili
Cieatest Labor Savin? Machine for Bitck- .
smiths inn. No smith csn afford la
f be without one. Tbey are got
ten op in the first-lass
tjlee, AND ARE
TP or Sale By
ru. iiisiii &
VXTR IF II CD
1 and 1 1-1 Incu.
1, 3 and
G and S Incb;
E R PIPE
and IS Inch. . .
DRAIN OR SEWER PIPE,
?0 and 34 Incb.
Fnrnlsbed to order at snort notice, by
E. E. FILLMORE & CO.
p. S. THIS PIPE IS VERY MCCH SUPERIOR 10 THB COM
MON HALF-BUKN ED ARTICLE.
ZASESriLLE, OHIO, MAY 12, 1371.
BIcCOXXELSTILLE BT'SIffESS CARDS.
Grocery and Provision Store!
D. & C. W. MUM MEY hav e on Land, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,.!! OLA SSKS, AND GE0CEB1E5 GENERALLY,
Keep a Fall Supply of All Kind of Provisions n tills Market.'
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
Flour sold by the sack at the lowest rates. ' April 21, 1871 ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !
W.H. & C. McCARTY, Dealers in Dry Good?,
XofJon, Ladies' Drcs CooJ Ladies' MiOMf Ele
nthe North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, McCon
N. B. None but the very best quality of gcods of anv kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices". Ladies' DresGoods made a SPECI
ALTY. jApril 21, lS71-ly.
It. L MORRIS,
South side of Center St., three doors East of Public Square,'McConnalavllle, 0.,
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVKS. STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
11 Y, NAILS, GLASS, 1M.OWS, 4c, &c.
N. B. Agent for the sai of the "Arme Mower A lie per," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal sarUfnotion lnt season. Ap. 21 '7l-ly.
BSa. kEL-ES. nTj:
North sido of Center St., between East and Penn Sis., McConnelsville. Ohio,
Ilaa Alivays to Offer lo Ills ( un(omcrn tbe Best Qualities or
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, alwsva
on hand. Prices to suit tbe times. April 21, 1871 ly."
We keep on l.anoe. and are cnjtantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUOS AND 5JEDICINFW
We hav, also, aii extensive lint of PAIN lis, L1 K SI L'KK?, Oil S and BUU.H
Er?, all of which we offer lo the Public st llie lowest markrl rales. Also, we iuvi'e
our crttomers to call sod examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF "WAL PAPJilR I
WHlCFl WK ARE SELLING EXCEEDING YLW.
April 23th, 1371 ly. J . JOHN ALEAXNDIiR.
"V. Cor. ofPub. Squ., McConnelsville, O.,
MUGS, SlEDiriHS, PURE I El 3S, riLUS, OILS. DIES & DIE STIFFS, PZIFHEM.
?hrieians' Prescriptions earcfullv compounded, and Paintf mixed to order.
April Jl", 1871 ly.
F. II. KAHLER.
mm a rumea,
G.oceries, Boots and Shoes,
Corner East and Centre Streets')
VQ, NEW GOODS received regularly. The highest priio paid for COUNTRY
PRODUCE in exchange lorCoods. May 471. ly.
ISOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD
Margin County having purchased the Silt l'roperty, tbe undersigned would respect
fully inform bii friends, and tbe public gi-nerally, that be has
Removed his Tin-shop
TO THE NEW BUILDING, ON MAIN STREET.
ftrftj.Oppoeite the Foundry. Lie is tbanklul for pa?t favors, and by a strict attention to
business, be hopes to merit and receive a liberal share of pnblic patronage. Special at
tention paid to JOB WORK and REPAIRING of all kind, in his line of business.
Any work left at Cochran, Bozman Co's Store, or F. Sill 1 Co's , will receive prompt
attention. Positively no Stock used but tbe best the market affords.
ilcConoelsville, Ohio, Msy 5ib, 1871. L. HARTER.
A. M. Dussaooa.
DUNSMOOR & SOi
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-wit : CHAIRS, TABLES, RCREAS, BEDSTEADS, 4c, Ae..
At their SALE ROOMS in
IMcCONNELSVILLE -AJNHD 3X-A.J1.TA..
B. Thrv trnploT none but first-clais mechanic!, and warrant all their work. Taeir
joou wora, gooa ) ana iuw prices :
April Jl, 1871 m.
R.D. JOHNSON & CO.,
.ortb-East corner or Centre and Pcnn Streets,
Keep constantly oo hand a complete assortment of Coffins, Burial Cases, Ac., and bars
io tbeir employ Robert A. Pinkerton, wbo will make this department ol busineea ere
cialiy In connection with their bt:nts, tbey have fitted up a first-class
LI VERY ESTABLISHMENT,
And are prepared to furnish all patrons with whatever they may want io their LINE.
May 12, 1671 -ly.
The &nsh & Door Factory,
Furnishes to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, SIDING, CEILING
SASH. SHUTTERS, BLINDS A DOORS. BOX A COMMON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATT0N3 AND
rininln? A. Matching, Scroll Sawing A. nipping Done to Order.
p.y- ok, replar'and Tine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21, 1871 ly M. WELLS, Superintendent
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St.,eastof Tub. Square, McConnelsville, O ,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of HVTS and CAPS !
AETT GOOD Received VTitta Every Change in the Seasons !
t3T ETERITTOG SOLD ICW FOR CAM ! -
I The Highest Cash rriect paid for Jlink, Skunk, and Coon Skins !
April 21. 1371 -ly.
SALT I SALT ! t SALT!!! We have
made arrangements to keep the relebrsted
Uarencr Beniamin Salt on handthit sea
son. We guarantee weight and qnality.
Ym may riy upon it yoa will get the beat
Bait on the river, full weight in new, clean
packages, and at the lowet price, by call
ing on us We a-e tired of el!inj rer
Salt. CLARKE. ft)RSR A WALKEK.
THE sign of Jim Crow is the place
for good tobacco and cigars.
WANTED everv young man in th
county to know that the headquarf
ers for Gents' Furnishing Goods in th's
section is at SILL'S. There yon cau
find any article you want, and can see
a grest many lobby goods not fourul
elsewhere in town.
Steei and Revolving Hay Rakes and
Hay Forks and Grain Cradles now at
Cochran, Bozman A Co's.
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