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THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE
SUMMER DRY GOODS
AT
THE LOWEST MARKET PlUCES,
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL ASD EXHSllXE OUR
ill
m in iiiii ink.
Consitfing in part of (he foltoxcing i
Japanese toplins,
Black Iron Grenadines,
SlPIain and
Uornani Cloths,
'Wash Poplins,
Plain and Fancy Ginghams,
Plain and Figured Percales,
Striped and Figured Piques,
Fiffured Lawns
'
Marseilles Quilts,
Lace Curtains,
Latest' Style Parasols,
Gloves, Hosier, Corsets,
iC, SiG.f &.C,
ALL TO BE SOLD AT OMt
USUAL LOWPRICES
EY
BI'COISNELL,
EMERSON
& HARRIS.
94 Ntn STStEET,
Zanesville, Ohio.
JUNE 9th, 1S71.
s
THE INDEPENDENT.
JOSEPH A ECU!, KKITOB AND PROPR1KTOH.
M'CONNBLSVILLE. OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . . June 9, ISTI.
PROHIBITION
COUNTY CONVENTION!
The Prohibitionists of Moi t'an
Countv ure rcouestcd to meet in
MORRIS' HALL,
IN McCONNELSVILLE,
SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH, 1871.
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.
For th3 purpose of nominating can
didates fcr Countv Offieern, to be
voted for at the coming October
Election, lo-e!t :
Representative, Auditor, Clerk of
the Court, Sheriff, Commissioner,
ltifirmary Director, and Coroner
Every votor in Morgan County,
irrespective of all former political
and who is in favor of the
Prohibition cause, us set forth at
the State "Convention, held at Dela-
ware, Ohio, in February last, is en
titled to a voice in this Convention
and will be enrolled as delegate
on making his appearance at the
)lce of holding it on the day above
lnaicatea. Xiet every iriena ci tne
cause consider it to
be in attendance.
By order of
be his dnly to
PROHIBITION CENTRAL COMMITTEE,
Of Morgan County.
June 3rd, 1871.
Brick For Sals ik Malta. -Parties in
-want of Brick are hereby notified that
they can be accomodated at the Dan
iels' Farm, just above Malta. Those
who desire can leave their orders at
John Hall's . store and
promptly.attended to.
they will be
HUTCHINS & BRICKER.
HUTCHINS & BRICKER. June 9, 1871-4w
Ice Cream at J Jem is' at all hours.
Tubs out to the Show on next
Thursday. It is said to be one of
the very best that evr traveled.
A great dent of local matter
crowded out this week. j
Eleven indictments were found I
by the Grand Jury in session this
week, four of them against the Beer
Cave. Prosecuting Atty Jroulke
declares it to be his intention to
have the present laws obeyed if it
is in nis power to do so. U.ad to
bear it I
James II. Gatlord, Dr. John S.
Abbott, David H. ilorlley, and Jas.
Scott, ir., represented Morgan
county in tho recent Democratic
Slate Convention. It will be seen
on a perusnal or tbe Platform pub
lished elsewhere in this paper that
tho Doraocracy have endorsed tho
13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments.
Thin virtually settles all the issues
of tho late war, and places the two
old parties before the people nearly
as contestors for the spoils of office.
FoROERT.James rillis, Jr., aged
15 years, oa the 1st of June, pres
ented an order to James K. Jones
for fifty dollars, said order bearing
the signature of his father. The
money was obtained, and it after-
wards appeared that th. ig.jU.r.
was a forgery. On the 2nd, the boy
was arrested, and the money being
forthcoming, and his father not be-
ing disposed to prOWCU-ie, Ire -was
A,7..h I .uf . j,,,.' ti., v'
discharged on the ennd lion tbt he : Rt
would beharo hiruself belter in tho
future.
importance, and it is hoped i
I Pbofessor Andkrsox, a member of
: the State Geological Corps, wi'.l be
I here on next Monday for the purpose
j of beginning a Geological survey of
Morgan countv. This is a matter of
all
will render him all the aid they are
j able to.
William Lewi-, of Center totrn-
. ship, cowardly assaulted George C.
j Corp. of the same township, recent-
.' Ij', by walking tip bobind bim and
striking him in the head, knock
inj him senseless, and then beating
, h, I avia Liu hann mrfii.fal H.
bim. Lewis
the Grand Jury.
TiKN Out, Evertobt!! l'jia
morning Adam Forepaugh's long
heralded Menagerie MuBeum, Men
agerie and Circus will ester town.
As we have previously stated, the
Menagerie is separated from the
Circus. Two mammoth tents are
erected, and one is devoted solely to
the exhibition of the MenagorlB; the
j other is used exclusively for the
j Circus entertainment. One admis
allianrca, i sion free and one ticket admits to
both exhibitions, and it is optional
with the visitor whether he attends
both entertainments or onlj ono.
I iuc duiiimii euiiiprisiug me iuena.
peiie constitute tiie largest Collet
! tion of liv.nsr wild beasts and rare
- birds in the United States. A per-
. usui ot the advertisement of Air,
Forcpaugh. in another column, will
satiety the reader that this eUte
mcnt is correct. The Circus, occu
pj'ing a sepamte pavilion, is said to
be one ot rare excellence. As lady
equestrians, the famous Cordelia
and Senorita Lowande, together
with Mad. Virginia, are announced
to appear at each exhibition. Tbe
veteran rider and trainer, Mons.
Fraucome, directs the equestrian
'entertainments. The names of
Messrs. Melville, Sparks, Mathews,
HuDting, Williams, Kobinson, the
Lowande Family, and others, is
sufficient guarantee of a really first
class Circus Company. The ring
stook io said to be the finest in Am
erica.' Tnirtyiron cages, superbly
ornamented, and filled with rare a
niinals and birds, drawn by one
hundred magnificent horses, appear
in tne street parade. Tho caval
cade will do led by the JSfrptian
chariot, containing Tony Frank's
band, with sixteen Arabian horses
attached. A pair of Elephants,
robed with velvet, will follow, and
eigut buetiar.a ponies will draw a
beautiful bird bower wagon. A
herd of camels will be harnossed to
the lion cage, and all tbe wagons,
harness, housings, etc., are "spit,
span and new.'' This establish,
ment has been exhibited at Wash
ington and Baltimore during apart
of the month of April, and without
exception every paper in both those
cities assent that Forepaugh'a agg
regation is the largest, most attrac
tive ana unobjectionable exhibition
over brought to those cities. "With
pleasant weather we predict a een
crous patronage for Mr. Forepaugh
ana assure our reaaers the estab
lishment is every way worthy the
support of our entire commefnityv
Exchange of recent date.
ei
E Watch wananted-in Gold and
Uiiver ciu.es. H. B.VINCENT & Bro.
A Torso lady callej at Bill's, th other
day, when there was a large display of
Neckties and Collars on the eonater. Sbe
once escUiine.j. ..Thatyoui. man must
bs fastidious iadeecf, wh eoald'nt betr.it-
Jedhere!"
we
He
He
are
in
two
Townsend Brothers.
Tho firm whosj name beads tLis
article, came to this city some threo
years ago and went into what is
familiarly known as the "marble
business." They saw through tho
curtain of tho future that hung over
this city, that a wide field for their
bounces cottld be opened up ; that
the abundant facilities of tne city
were attracting capital and labor
in alt departments of trade, to lo
cate here as a central and advanta
geous point. Seising the opportu
nity tbey located at the 1'ootCf
Main street, and at once began to
make their business knewn. They
resolted in the beginning that
they would execute such work as
would recommend them wherever
it was Been, and as business justi
fied, increase their facilities, and
extend their trade as far as humeri
buoy up.
Its 'worth the time of any one
not already familiar with the busi'
ness, to pass through their works.
Eighteen as busy men as ever stu
died the plastic art are constantly
at work, with chtssels and malleU,
smoothing up, carving, lettering,
and polishing, and getting ready
lor tuo cc meter, monuments atid
slabs of unequalled beauty and du
rability. Enormously rough 6toncs
are chisseled at and worked upon
by skillful hands until they corSe
out handsome pieces of architec
ture, grand in their very appear
ance. Architecture in its simplest
form may also be seen here, enab
ling them to accommodato the man
of moderate means.
They have now on hand several
superb monuraerts, both vf Italian
and American marble which rep
resent the plastic art in us perfec
tion, and exhibit a d-grce of tiri'l
n workmanship superior even to
the best work of foreign countries.
The Townsend Brothers epj.ra bo
pains to keep pace wi'h tho age.
Every new design that is worth
procurement, is at once obtained.
Their trade now covers a large t-ea
of territory, but they are not con-
teut with that. Inke all progress
ive men they are still creeping in
to other sections, and their work
raty be found in hundreds of ceme
teries throughout tho country.
Tbey have employed iu various
ways about twenty-six industrious
and active men who are bent on
making this the i(re&test marble
manufactory now in South Eastern
Ohio.
It is needless to add that they fill
orders for any kind of 8 ton, either
Scotch, Grani'.e, American or Ital
ian marble, and warrant their woik
to give satisfaction. Zans. City
Times.
energy would reach. Like all small
ttrioto 1 1, att L-Aiit aIaoa (a cltSn until
the sea became calm or until its
, . , ,, , ' . uu"
billows rolled so ferociously as
none but large crafts could sail up-
on it, and then built their boat
to correspond with the wave. Step
by step they have moved on, and
to-day it matters but little to thera
how boisterous the wave, tbeir ves-
sel is staunch and fully ablo to
In Memmorium.
Hall of Mt. Olive Lodge,
.No. 148, F. Jfc. A. Masons, j
Died April 29th, 1871, nt his re
sidence in Chesterfield, Morgan co ,
Ohio, Bro. Walson Harris, in the
59th year of his ago.
Bro. Harris bad been a member
of Mt. Olive Lodge 24 years. He
sustained an excellent character
wherever he Was known, and as
one of tho Masonic Fathers in our
Lodge, he had our reverence and
gratitude. The Brethren of Mt.
Olive ond adjoining Sister Lodges,
accompanied bis remains to that
barrow mansion appointed lot all
living, atid manifested that respect
for bim so justly due to his cniin
feht qualities. We bid our depart
ed Brother farewell, with earnest
desires that we will meet aaiu in
that Grand Lodge above, whore the
Supreme Architect of the Universe
is Master.
Resolved, That while we are call
ed npon to mourn nis loss, we have
the blessed assurance that his e&d
was peace, and that wc tender the
friends of our deceased Brother
our heartfelt sympathies with words
of cheer for that glorious prospect
of a blessed reunion with lovod ones
"where death shall part no more.''
Resolved, that a copy of these re
solutions be presented to the fami
ly of the deceased and sent for pub
lication in the papers of our coun
ty, and to the Masonic Review.
Dono by Order of Mt. Olive Lodge.
June 3d. 1871.
HYMENIAL.
WICKER8HAM KNOX On the IstdsT
June. 1ST i, by Elder . Dye. Mr. Jasper X.
Wiekersham and Miss Mary Kuox, both of
mis county.
OBITUARY.
WKTHEHEJ.L Mrs. Liddle Wetherell,
ire ir Jutner Wetherell. of Malta town
ship, died of consumption at her home 314
miles Irom Malta, on laesnar last, aeed a-
bout twenty-five y.ars. Her remains were
barried at Pennsville on Wednesday. She
leaves one child, and was a member of the
Methodist Church.
MULES Died May SOth. 1871, of eon
sumption, at his home in Chesterfield,-
Morgan eounty, Ohio, i ranklin Mnlks, in
the 5th year of his age. Mr. Mulks was
born in the 6tate of Kew York, and came to
Ohio about fourteen years ago, and haa liv
ed in this county for the most of that time.
About eight years ago he married 8usan
Sfirague, youDgest child of N. W. Sprague,
deceased, and who, with a young son, sur
vives to mourn nis loss. lie made no pro-
lession 01 religion, out in nis me was ma
nifest tbe beauty of an uprizht and consis
tent devotion to principle which endeared
him to the circle in which his lot in life
was cast. Paring his protracted illness he
sought and obtained that "peace which
passetn unierstauding, and wnicn ena
bled him to bear his suffering with compo
sure and submission to JJim in whom he
had put his trust, and who has declared
that lie will never leave nor forsake those
who put their trust is Him.
HAIXES Milton Haines, wbose death
noticed in oar last issue, was born. Mar
22nd, 1810, in Washington eotmty, Penna.
emigrated to Bloom township, Musk
ingum county, Ohio, in 1819, and fiom there
went to Chesterfield, this cousty . in 1S39.
died May 27th, 1871, agedeaosequent
ly, (1 years and i days. He waa highly
respected by all who knew him.
Bsowjr-MiL ult P.le-w (Soiapany will pay
CASH tor 40 tons Wrot-gHt and Scrap Iron.
School Bsyeks ! t
New snriva-t of SCstenl Bonis at A
DAIB'S Book Stote this-week. They
in receipt of fresh additions to their
stock every week, and keep all kinds
use in this locality, and sell very low.
Biow-Mtt Tlow Companv is tilling
styles firit-claei Mowers.
sor
the
sued
action
and
BUSINESS NOTICES.
STOP AMU Iti:U THIS ! ! !
You can buy the Itest and Dry
est Cigars at I'at. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office !
NEW stock of cassimeres, Linens,
cottonades, for farmers and mechanics
at Stone's.
"""5uNew stock of Rose Tixt IjcrrUt,
Stationery a splendid and popular
hi tide received withiu a few days at
ADAIR'S Book Store. Go and see it.
IVORY, Sandal wood and Ebony
Fans at Stone's.
Bbowv-Maxlt now Company is manu
facturing ths Massillon and Ralston cele
brated Thresher and Separator, six or
eight bone power. They are uuequalled,
LADIES' summer balmoraU, only SO
Cents, at Stone's.
BUT your Geocerits at Sills.
FIVE-FOURTH Bleached muslin
for pillo casing and sheeting, not at
Stone's.
OH YES f-A fine stuck of Dry Goods on
exhibition at Sill's. x
STILL on the Go ! Those Lace enr-
' ,U,,,8VMa"t,1r1 ?re'ds' aumusqui,7
bars, French Flato mirrors, Diaper and
: Dfttnalk table covers. Napkins, now at
stone's.
i Juvenile Booiis !
1 Large and fine assortment of Jrvit-
! mle Books, of excellent character, just
received at ADA lit a Book Stoie.
j K1BBONS, Gimps, Fringes, Laces,
Dr Buttons, at Stone's.
raiXTS, nuilini, unsirea, ueminri, rop
lins, Lawns, Checks, Ciughanis. Cassim
rea. Jeans, CotLnades, Crh, Table Lin
en, Irish Linen, and a general and com
ilet. lin. of Dry Goods at Bill's.
CORRRE'JT TIME !of Star and Sun
observations made with Transit every
week call and hare your watches set
with the right time.
H.B. VINCENT 3R0.
THE Pieaddilly collar, standing with
turn down point, the latest thing out, now
at Sill's.
WEDDISO Goods Ladies' white Kid
Gloves, Gents' colored Kids, silk, Ac, and
Nobby atylea of collars and lies, at Sill's.
riXETAR! I'lXETARI now at
Stone's.
MJ Y your Furnishing Goods ct Sill's.
XEW Lot of Trunks, Valises, and
Baskets, at Stone's.
WE have just receired another inroice
of Notions and Gents' Furnishing Goods, in
which are a gieat many noTelties never'
before offered in this market. Go and see
at SiU'a.
Ilaae nails!
Ui all kinds, new and large stock, and
the greatest varietv ever offered here,
just received at A DA IK' d Book Store.
Sabbath School Music Hooka!
Fresh supply of "Pcaa Gold," ''FreH
LicasLS," "BRioaT Jewells,' ''Frkssh
Lbaves," Ac, Ac, received at ADAIR'S
Book btore this week in large lots.
Basxcts All kinds, trunks. Valises, and
satchels, bags, constantly kept on hand and
sold at prices that defy competition. The
oldest trunk house in the county is at Sill's.
WE will order any article in the Xotion
or Furnishing line we do not happen to
hare, on the shortest line orders, at bill's.
UX PARALLELLED line of Gloyes
and Hosiery at Stone's.
ia.WA LL PAPER trimmed free or
cnsKGE it ADAIR'S Book Store.
X. O MOLASSES and Golden syrup
at Stone's.
BUY your Neckties and collars at Sill's.
CHEAPEST Grenadines in town at
Stone's.
WE hare just opened a nice line of Hos
iery, Ladies', Misses, Genu', and Boy 'a
size, and are selling at extremely low fig
ures. When you want Hosiery go to Sill'i.
GOOD Rio CofTee for 'JO cents per
pound at Stone's.
The Colorado Potato Biifr
Is devouring vegetation with won
derful avidity, but the excitement con
sequent upon its appearance in our lo
cality is comparatively meagre to the
in teres', nianifes'ed in the unparalleled
attractions now offering in WALL PA
PER, nt Ansia's Book Stnre. The stock
is beyond precedent in this locality,
and thepattemsof decided merit, while
tho low priet4 at which thev sell these
Goods together with tho additional im
portant ieature of having them trimmed
khkk or charge, is sufficient inducement
for our people to make all tHe:r pur
chases in this line of this firm
XEW Parasols expected everyday at
Mone s.
OA Lit Lnnershirts, fcr summer wnnr,
ready made While shifts, and shirt Prims
at Sill's.
GOOD Bleached sheeting, ten cents
per yara, at btone s.
TRY one of our Percale ties, enly 50 cts.
Just the thing f-ir hot weather, at Bill's.
WE warradt our carpets free from
shoddy. Go to Stone's.
Bbisbis of all kinds at Bill's.
- BUT your collars and Neckties at Sill's.
HEW 41VERTISE.MCTS.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Cerner Market & 3IU Streets,
WM. GETZ, Peoprietor,
Zaxesvhj.e, OHIO.
Livery Stables attached to Hotel. 'S
Jane 9, 1871 If.
I
I
a
Pi
BUllliOUGH & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and mar.
nfocturers of
tinimn.
D&- TLAIN AND FANCY
"WORK
OF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
A0
oaarranteed to Give
Satisfaction.
Perfect
els
B e it s t e a
WINDSOR CHAIRS,
Chamber
Parlor
Work Arid
Setts,
To suit Purchasers.
Rooms, A'o. 70 Main Street,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
X. B. Cash paid for seasoned lumber.
June 3, 1871".
AllachQjent Xotlce.
Thomas Cfow.riasntiflr, .Before wm.
-ri. tn.;ir- r
William faaffhertT. Deft. J P., of Wind
township, Morgan county, Ohio. Ou
29th day ol April. lS7I.said Justice is
an order of attachment in the above
for the sum of Twenty-four dollars
fifty cents debt, and Twenty dollars
probable costs.
THOMAS CROW,
Slockporl, Ohio, .Vav 12, '71. w.
tho
The
al,
ish
ing,
.
to
One
seated
R.
Adam Forcpaugh's Zoological and Equestrian Aggregation.
THERE ARE
"more things in Heaven and Earth, Iloratio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
vr
!
TtlE OXL.Y PROGRESSIVE EXlSI BITIO.V IX AMERICA
will exhibit at
'SoiW-sbiiie, W, IW&$ lw 1 i3TI 1
ADAM F02EIAUGB'
VA MDUS OI!N I I IK 'LOG I t'A L
MUSEUM AND ZODLlHJ I CAE AND EQUESTRIAN
institute- .
Xowonits Fifth 'I'riuniphiul four of thelTnitcd Strttes !
S5t Men and ISorscs !
The greet fealure ! TheCiroos and Mencrie sepsra'e Exhibitions ! ami it is Ibe Erst
and only circus and nieuagirie in le world ; x'libitii.fT undrr
Two Mammotli Tents !
Orsrni4I ef a eosl ol Half a Million d Ilo!!ar, and svpijwliera aoknnwlcdr'' ,n
TI1KOXLY COMPLETE MENAGKKIE AND FIRST CLASS CIKCL'S
In the United State. In Hit-Z K)l gii al Ii mrliiu tit can be seen ibe ouly living
Trcc-Topper in America !
Weighing COOpouudt, aud the ouly I'arrntmn cvor tcco in this country. And tbe world
fmn-d Old
War Elephant liomeo !
Weighing Tea Tbous&nJ pouuds. Tiie tacking (,'alf Klrj-haot
BABY A N RI E El
DliOVE OF DROMEDARIES AND WHITE CAMELS ! A niPPOI'O-
TAMUS FUO.U SOUTH AMERICA !
And lbs following named rar and Foreign Aniimls sdi Birds, the same hfinir the larg
est, the costliest aud the most attractive cnli.-ctio'i if vhe ' Almighty's L'ving Poems' ev
rr asjerrgsttd lor a traveling menagerie, in this or a:iv other rouutiy. Ob.erve aoj reuil
this list ot allium!? si.d birds, every one of which cac be sen n
The. Great 4 iaw Mastodon !
A herd of Elephants, a drove or Dromedaries in barres?, a Ka-sit d Itcimleer. a pair of
white monkers, the Cahia Z-Ir, Camelupard. Hippopotamus, white Camels, Sun Rear,
Polar bear, Urijwly Ber, Black Bear, I'onah Bear. Brown Bear, Nyl 'jaa, Kiqhl
L'Ons, the Obeetab, or Hunting I-eopard. a pair of mrns'er B.ngal ligsrs, the Guu, tbe
s'O'h, ike lajiir, Abvsslntan Ibex, A Genuine .-hra, Kast India lUitelope, Ebony bea
ded Palatine sheep, Cashmere guatp, spotted Axis deer, Bison of Colorado, American
Fallow deer, south American Jngnar. silver Lion of Cclifornia, striped ud spotted
liyeoas, Peruvian AlpHCu, Lama or Camfl of Iiih An Jos. Puna or American Cccgar;
American BuffalOj Virginia Putitl cr, Seuetial leopard, Australian Kangaroo, Rat
Kaniraroo of Now Zealand. Tawny Lion of Kaffra, the Shetland Cow,
the Zebu, Spott ed Tigers, Black Tiger, Pecarics, Wanibat, Gazelles, Ja
panese swine, Hamadrais B:i, Boons or Lyon slayers, Osocelot, Khan. a-Phor-Hounds,
Moneys and Apes. African Jackals, Strepsiceros or horn-
. i a lis vf ia.it. 1 . Til
ea u usiuon, utiauiois, .irmaaiuo, uaurrousa, iioagonog, jiris a iiacK
Monkey, Mandril, WauJerau, and many other smaller animals.
0 Mr tM,"
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i.'TN(- '.---. tJ. ? T l Hit T- . . f T! -. Mlr rr"fl t- "ii.- Z- I 1Tt
I'lie Ornithological 3fuseum
Presents the most sup irb coliecion of rare and beautifully plumagod li
ving birds ever brought to America; prominent in tho collection is n
pair of genuine African Ostriches, six feet and six inches high, and the
wonderful Cafsowary. King Vulturo, Cond.r, I.agles of various species,
pair of snow,while Pencocki, black and white swans, African crowned
Cranes, Lyre bird and tho New Holland Amus, Jungle Fowls, bird ot
Paradise, satin breas'e 1 Paroquets, whito carrier doves, African Gray
Parrots, Golden Pheasants, Spanish Macaws, Tarnpico Pnrrots, King
Lon Birds, Rosa Coekatoons, Silver Pheasunts, Chineso Birds in great
variety, and the Great Australien Bird Shew, contair.iiig alracet every
imaginable variety of the many colored birds of plumago.
Mr. George Forepaugh will introduce tho performing Elephants. Tte
well known Zoologist, Prof. Geergo Hall, will take ctiarge of tho cages.
of. Charles Richardcion will deliver an instructive and amusing Lec
ture on Natural History at each exhibition.
n
Tiie
tgg IS A S EPA U ATE ENTERTAINMENT. j
Circus ! !
Kxliibitcd beneath an" immenso Water Proof Pavilion, sertfralcd froih
llenageno. Read tho following names of Ihe prrineipal performers
who ate, and have been for voars unrivalled in their several specialties.
Roll of Honor : Leading actors and first class performers now tra
veling with and appearing every afternoon and night in Adun Fore
paugh'a stylish aud elegant Circus, (exhibUirns in separate Tent from
Mauagerie :
V4DICS. J Senors Xatalio Loivande and Aber-
Senor Lowande, the bravest, hands-1 hirdo Lowande, Somersault Kiders and
omrst Ijtny hqiiestricnne in the fO'H. , I'restiuiuiutaleui-s.
M lie Virginia, a daring and dashing
Equestrienne, from the French Capit
and Miss Henrietta, Appear at each
exhibition, in al! their loveliness of
mein.in acts of equestrianism that ev
en the most hypocritical heartily ap
plaud, aud approve.
Senor Martino Lowande, the Span
bareback Epuestrian.
Jlr. . O. Iturke, Equilibrist.
Mr. rhitip Diffenbach, Gymnast.
Mr. O. Matthews and Mr. Jos. Han-
Mr. Vm. Sparks, :he Hercules of
Mondern limes. ..
Mr. A. . Williams, Balladist and
Humorist. The famous Australian
Clown, Sam Velville, Masters Adam
Forepangh afid Kuiile Franconic, Jut
cnile riders.
y-r. U rn. Morgnn. Science riler.
Mr. Frank Kobinson, Contortionist.
Tho Motley Brothers, I'antomiinists.
Mr. M. Mcl'ullom, Jester and Clown
Messrs. Myers, Frank Martin, C Fost
er, and others will appear at each ex
hibition. Champion Acrobats.
Mons. rranconie, Ernies. .Director.
Observe and! remember ! To the menagerie, museum and circus, to both shows',
both' tents, the admission is only 50 cents; Children under ten years, 25cts.:
price, ene ticket, admits to the separate shows. The Grand Procession '
Nearly two miles in length. Elephants robed in velvet I white Camels ! 32
stupendous Iron cases I Frof. Touy Frank's ni'ilitarv band, in fulf uniform.
in the gorgeous Egyptian Chariot, drawn by 10' spotted horses I Beauti
ful birds from all lauds. A, Royal Kctinue of Circus Lorses. Palace cage of the
Giraffe, drawn by ten Camels, Ac
ADAM FOREPAUGH, Sola Cwnr. and E. D. CULVER. .Vanager.
S. Dl NOES'?. Gen 1. Agent. BEN'. LUSBIE. Pres. Are nt.
and
1 CO.WECSf ILLE 1II SI.ESS CARDS.
Gfrocery and Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEYbavc on band, -at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEE?, SLaARS,;MOLASSKS, AND GLOCERIE5 GEXERALLT,
and al.so
Keep a Frill Supply ot All Kinds or Pro Nluns In this Market;
. B Their Meat Market is open at all Louis ofthedat. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
Flour gold by the sack at the lowest rates. April 21, 1S71 ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry t&oods !
V. II. & C. McCAKTV, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notion. Ladies' Cress Coot!, Ladies' Shoo Etol
On tho Jorth side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, McCon-"
ncUviKe, Ohio.
S. R. None but the very best quality of g.jods of any kind ever kept wml
alw ays sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladivs' Dress Goods In&de a SPECl
ALTV. Aprii21. 1871-ly.
It. I; MORRIS
Soutli side of Center t., three doors East of Public f?iU:treJfcCofanelstlltc. O.j
DKALI-R I
IIAHDWAKE, TIN " A UK. STOVES. STOVE TiUMMlNGS, CI' I LJi-
uv, a a ii.s, CLASS, ri.ows, ic . ic.
X. B. Apent fur the sale of the, "Acme Movi & Ke per," an imprt-n-i
on the ''Climax," irhich gave universal satisfaction last eiuon. Ap. 21 ' 7 1 - J y
s-r'x n. a n. 5i.' cj
4 ifct
;Bi.l3LKJ iZ Si.
J3.G.CLX- BZ1 QC T2 J
a ar
North side of Center St., between East'anu Penn St... McConnelsvilIe. 0i!-',
Has tlivnys to barer tu MiS Cualoiuera the iikkt QuallUr tl
Iqs, Coffee, iJoJqsw, r,D ibehjlinij'
usually found in a first-elas Fumlly tirocery.
N. B. Flour Lj the sack, and an kiuJs of provibions, m the marie,
on hand. Prices to suit lire times. April 21, Ii7l
JOHN ALEX A i J) E 11
We keep on ha:i?s. and are cons4Ri.ll rceivir.g
Large stocks of dru(;s and MO)i( JSr
ebnr, also, auexteiive line of F A IN I . I" V h S I I KFs, Oil S mm I lii-il,".'
E", all of which we offer lo tl o Public al ibe lowest oi lid rates. Al.-i.. r in
our custotnera to call aud examiueour large aud well selrevj
STOCK OF WALL I'AtrSH!
WHICH VK ARK SELLING EXCEKIM VUYI.W.
April 28th, 1871 ly. JOHN A LI'AXN DJliJ
"ri Cor. of Trub. Sm ArcC'rtniieTsVill.i i
"Dealer id
Elites, MEDimES. PLRE LEADS, Pii.MS, OILS. DYES I DIE STUFFS. PIHrnr.KV
and
Phvaicians Prescriptions carefully couipoundod, and Paints mixed i
April il", 1S7I ly.
WOULEY ADAMrj.
F. M. KAIll.Ki;
tor
Peal, r la
Dry Goods, Ui ocerles, IhAx and Shoes,
iS
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets ,
, M'UONNTl:i..SVIf.f,fc:. t Ill'n
ft3u NKW GOODS rceeiw,! reifhVly. Tiie h:ghest ri. e pil lor M N ' ; Y
PiiOUJCK in exchange lor Uoods. May 4 71. -It
, ' SOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD 1
ifoijaa County having purchased tiie Siil I'ropeity, tiie undiiftied
fully iulorui Lii friend.", aud the public generally, tbal lie has
ill-' ii';k i-i-
moYcd Ii i s T i ii - s h o
TO THE NEW building, on ha is STREET.
"BfJFtuOpposite the Foundry. lie is tlianklul for a-t fvi,r, Mnd by a- niin'i -n to
tusine-tf, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal i-linie o'.:ib!ic patromi;--; t
tentii.n paid to I OB WORK and KKPA I KINU ot all kind, in hi-. ir.--l --
Any wurk left at Cochran, Buzman'i CVs Store; or F. ! "H ( V , will rt r'vv- i .ii
aitentioD. IVsitively no Stock Died but the beat tLa uiift ket aUbrc!.: .
McCuniieisvillr, Oliio. My alii, 1871. 1. II !:! ::.
UlKl Dt.lSHOOB. A. Si.
1 1 1 -
ii. d v n smoo n & $ o?;,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FUHXITURP; to-wit : CHAIRS, TA BLKS, HfRfeAS; UEI-? I l:.tl;,i .. & .
At llitir SALE ROOMS !
McCOliLSVIIJLK S I AIV.1 ' A .
y. B. Thy employ nons but firs'.-ilasi rnecbanios, and warrant all tm-ir -f-r!;. Tn-r
riaiform is :' Uotnl work, good jay aud low price !'" April;!. 11-
U N D K H T A K I R S ! '
Lt.
D. JOILNSON & CO-
ortli-East corner' of Centre and I'enn ir -i.
sicnoxxELSvu.tr. on to.
Keep constantly ou hand a complete as-toitnient of Cofiiiis. Burial I'jsi- ; .v--. , ami ).-'
in their employ Robert A. Pinkerton, who will malte thi departmt nl t t.ii-iiiev a sj-t-"
cialiv. In c-Hi;ic!iori with tiitir lmiutss. tliey have fined up a firsl-e'n-
LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT,
And are prepared lo lurnioh ail patrons with v;hstever tbey may wm-'l i'i :'.,cir LINK''
Msy 12. s 371 1 jr.
The' Sash & Door Factory,
r 1
McCoi.nolsvi'le, Ohio,
"'Tl.TNi;
;.v-
Ftirniss-s to onltr FLOORIXO, WEATHER BOARDING, S'HIM..
SASll, SHUTTERS, ULIND.S DOORS, POX & COMMON Wl
I0V FRAME., l-RACltE't. BA.TTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
rittinliiK & Malchlns;, Stroll Sawing &. Ripping Iton in On'i r.
TJF Oik, Poplar and Tine Lumber bought and soM
April 2I, ltfil ly
U. M. WELLS, fop-
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St., oast of Fub. Square, MeCounclcvil!-. ' .
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of ETVTS and VJStP&-
SlZfr GOODS Rceelfed T M!i Uvcry Change In tlx !cian r
8-EVEBYTHINC SOLD 10W FOR CAin!-a-
i&T The Wjhesl CusK Price paid for iTink, Skunk, and Coon kis.
April 2i, 1S71 ly. ..
ZASESv iLIl msi.ESS CAROS.
W. II. RUTLKDGE.
F. U. I J A 1 1 -1' V
ilutlcdgc & Bailey.
Alters niock,o. e IWalu direct, Zaiic1sile, OMo,
Have opened a complete Stock of Velvets, B.dj aud Tapestry BrusseN. E.vtra Su
pers, SrperGuss, Jfodiura' Supers. lograio. Venetians, Dutch Wool, C'ife, linn!.,
Riir CirpeU. ALSO Wall Papers. Window shades, a!att Ruji. (n t loihs H .
Azcnts for Marbleizid Manilts. We iiivit the. Pnb'.io to call and -m -i-itock.
Jane 3. M7i

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