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THOSE WISHING
SUMMER DRY GOODS
AT
THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
SHOULD SOT FAIL TO
Consisting in part
Japanese Poplins,
Plack Iron Grenadines,
mm
a
J?" Plain and Figured Lawns.
Hernaoi Cloths,
: Wash Poplins,
Plain and Fancy Gingham,
Gloves, Hosiery , Corsets,
AO, AO, AO,
AIX TO BE SOLD AT OVK
USUAL LOW PRICES
- BT
M'CONNELL,
EMERSON
& HARRIS,
94 HID STREET,
JUNE th, 1871.
TO PURCHASE
CALL AND EXlMlNE OUR
ef thsfoUovxnj :
Plain and Figured Percales,
Striped and Figured Piqnes,
Marseilles Qailts,
Laca Curtains,
Latest Stjls Parasols,
m in in m.
Zanesrille, Ohio.
THE INDEPENDENT.
fOSEru a itui, xditob abu paorutrrGB.
M CONSLSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAT, . . . June 16, ISTt.
TERMS
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
Oae copy, one year, when
- . - . - n
net para in nu uvr,
-. -a.
7 ' 01 JiO
TO CLUB
' To a Club of (en, one dol
lar and tnlrtjr.-ne cents
each. $13.50
To a Club of Btteen, one
dollar and lweuty-fle
cents each, $I8.T
aW ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged op in all cases, at the rate ef
Two Dollars a year.
CAMPAIGN RATES
OF THE
INDEPENDENT.
T.
We will send the INDEPENDENT
to any address, for the ampaign, for
itn ... it .v.. trUA. .ftk.nuiir
will but go to work and earnestly lab-
or for it for a few days, they can make
circulation larger than any paper
ever had in Morgan county. I he
behooves avery Prohibitionist to labor
i r i t ii j
-1 t : bat meatia ot influencing tne
- fmMie mind on questions of this kind,
n through the public presa. Goto,
then, end giro the cause the ad-
vantage of hating an organ larger in
eirealation than the organ of Ha ad-
ersariea.
cut in this
?c9 wheat is being
: Couaty this week.
C. L. Hall ha bought about lOO.OuO
fimtndiAfvAAl f,hi .niain
HoLaaoos's W agon Manufactory is
l.mimnrodl. Ui additinBl two.
atory buildine.
.KniLi;..
Tn foundation stones for the new
Baptist church are being laid.
r r i,nn. ty- f!
political editor on the Zanesville Con-
rier.
Taaai were nine applicants for certi-
cat tp teach school at theezamina-iand
tien on last Saturday, and tine were
ranted.
Cattli were quoted in Cincinnati on
U,cUk'ni,lg i
from S3 to $5 25 per hundred. Hoca
at from f 4 10 to S430 her hundred
Foa Ice Cream, Raspberries, 4c,
te Frank Bemis'. Kept constantly on
hand da and night.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN k CO.are fin-'j00m,B
ding ready aale for the large number
of Threshing Machines they are manu-
iacturing. -
Tas Ladies of the Baptist chnrch are
to have a f estival at the Town Hall,
on Tuesday evening of next week.
is invited.
McCohmsll, Easasoir A Hassis, of
appreciate the Wuskingum
Valley trade. Head advertisement and,
in Zanesvilie, call en them.
RtaeMBSB the Teachers' InstituU to
begin ia McConnelsville on the 31st of
Let every teacher be prepared
to attend. -
,. .
Awscxor two ago, in mentioning
superior mechanism displayed by
Hiram McGrath in his work on K. U
Morns' new residence, we should have
stated that Edgar Sharp and H. M.
Patterson assisted him in a portion of
the inside work. The atairwav. how-
ever, is the work of McGrata solely. J
lishment. "
j Jobs IjOTELL, f Hotaer Town
ita ship, sold ten bogs, of his own rata,
,, about tho 1st of this month.
pouuae.
Wg are In receipt of a common ica
work tion, from a gentleman formerly of
thi, county, which would make about
Md half columns of our paper,
'
.counties, for the sale ofSpBours
I Hone Hay Fork and Hay Knife.
It warranted to be Cast Steel.
better than u'.l other lorks and
j a perfect Hay Kniie. Aiihucgh
weighing lees than nine pounds, it
' is warranted not to break. -
I Thi Judge that presides over the
. . m
Washington County Court of Com-
go,!non eas. Loomis by name, fines
violators of the Liquor Laws S5
jn coats and lota them go. Tbis
Republican-, a shining
light in the ranks of that party in
j Washington and Meigs counties
tnat js his dom i said to shine
, iorth radically at times,
; Couat of Common Pleas is still in
session. Cases so far have been of lit
Everybody tl or 00 puDii0 imp0rUnce, if we ex-
ceotafew. In the Breach of I rom
Zanesville, ise ' case of Nancy A. Appleman vs.
Perley Nelson, trial was had and ver
when diet for S9i0 waa rendered for plain-
V3" 1 otlle of John TnomM
Jme Brannon. Jr., Mayor of -tock-July.
P?1?' dt nd verdict for
pUmtiff for S5. In the case of Ohio
va. William Hibler, for aelling beer te
a person in the habit of getting intoxi
the cated, a plea of Nole Contendere waa
Thi Gruver A Baker Sawing Ma
chine are all the rape.
No familj 10 the County should
b without a Grorer A Jlaker Sew
ing Vlachine.
Go o George Jane way's for Bas
ken, Tabs, and Charns, No. 100
Belt street, Malta, Ohio.
Woods Bowls arid Patent
Churns for sale at George' Jane,
way's, No. 100 Bell street, Malta,
Ohio.
Hats we an ordinance against faat
lanTiDioauiir etrrtrwi i 41 w utw,
! it ould nforcd. If w. have not,
driving on onr streets T If we nave.
we should hare one. Peoples hres
should net be jeopardised in order to
allow a few individuals to' show the
speed of their horses,
Ladies who have been naing the
Grovner & Baker Sowing Machine,
pronounce it to be superior to all
others. None who,properly under
stand what economy is, can fail to
be without one of them.
Clabks, Corns & Walker are
still puohiiig business mailers in
Malta with their oual energy.
Dry Gooda, Ladies Dress Goods.
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Cloth.
I inn kntti Mnitw.mi
made and made to
i' ,nd Ml
. ' . , ,
items, can do fount
nraerabltt other
found at their estab
., , - .
1 1 1 a v iNorucu avt lvuuuo caou.
' u''" "" "'6UJ"
and which is written solely in the int-
crest of a School at Lebanen, Ohm,
and which we are asked to publish
gra nitously. If school teaching is the
cal ing be repsesents it to be, we wo d
like to know why it is that those who
' i r i
: T'einnot far hR:, .,,;,:,
7 V. . 1 l"r. 1"c" U""U""S
just like otner people x
Giokgi Jahkwat, 100 Bell st ,
Mails, bas taken tbs agency, for
Athens. Hockiss, and Morgan
entered, and defendant sentenced to
ten days in jail and $10 fine and the 1
costs. This laat case ahows that it is 1
about as dangerous to sell Beer and
Native wines in Ohio u it ula ull
whisky.
lioHi Makkcts. Wool is selling
at from 60 to 62 conts per pound.
Hay is bringing $10 a ton. Mer
chants are paying from 12 J to IS
eonts per pound lor butter. Ejfgs
ara bringing ten cents a doen at
the Mores. Lake Herring sell
ing at$ 80 a tall barrel. Mack
erel are selling at 16 a half barrell.
Flour is worth $7 a barrel, orll 75
per ssck at UcConnel's Mill. Wheat
Is bringing $1.25. Oatt, 40 eta.
Corn, 65ots. Salt it retailing at
SI 75 per barrel. Hog on foot
are worth S3 a hundred. Cattle,
S3 to $3 60 per hundred. Beef is
retailing at from 6 to 15 cts, per
pound, according to the cut.
Etibt prominent Democratic paper
inthettonth endorses the "New De
parture" of the Ohio Democracy if we
except one. Thia action of the Sou
thern Press abowa plainly that the
South, as we'l as the Northern Dem
ocracy, is satisfied that the questions
decided by the late war shall remain
settled forever.
J. S. Wilson hss -&ened out a
r o t t i . i . :
S V. rr ,T. fi,..,T
Malta H.s room is MUyfltted
np. and well stored with goods.
Joe means business, and will make
the new establishment a success.
A first-class Queecsware Store bas
long been one of the needs of Mal
ta, and the cititens should be re
joiced at the prospect of having one
established in their midst.
Viet recently a Juror sat on
ease in the Muskingum County
Court of Common Pleas when be
was so drunk as to fall over and go
to sleep when in the line of duty.
Judge M. M. Grander presided as
Judge, and seemed to tbink the
matter all right, or at least ha did
not evidence any disapproval of it.
Will the Judge claim he dischar
ged hisduty by allowing a drunken
man to ait on a Jury in Lis court?
. Thi following named goiitlemen
were chosen, last Saturday, as delegates
to represent Morgan County
in the approaching Republican
State Convention : Arthur Pond,
D. C. Pinkerton, E. M. Kenedy,
Newell Corner, Cyril Hawkins,
Richard Stanton, C. C. Cheadle, J.
C. Murray. Jos. . Vanlaw, H L.
Jones, Alexander Hiegins, Isaiah
Kennison, W. P. Kprague, J. W.
Barkharst, Eli Shields and Tbos.E.
Penrose. The delogates wero ai
tbonced to fill any vacancies that
might occur and to cut the full
vote of the county.
Colorado Bra. The Colorado
Potato Bug ia doing great damage
in Morgan county as well as else
where. We bave beard of many
mentis of getting rid of theai, am
ount wbieb are prominent the use
of Paris Green and also the nae of
water in which Tobacco stems bave
been soaked. We bave seen Pans
Green ned, and must confess'that
it is not advisable to use it. It not
only kills the but, but also the
potatoes " Thowe who have nseJ the
water off of Tobacco stems tell us
that the bngs are completely anni
hilated by it, also that it aO as a
manure to the potatoes, making
them more vigoroua and henltlifnl
in appearance ' than is nsual. It
generally takes two or three appli
cation of the tobauto water to do
the work. The manner ef applica
tion by those we know bave tried
it here, is by means of a gardener's
watering pot.
Ix our issue of the 2nd. we pub
lished the Premium List of the
Morgan Co. Agricultural Society
for 1871, and would now call atten
tion to the date of the Fair once
more. Bear in mind that it will
be held on Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday. September 27th, 28lh.
and 29th, 1871. Persons who read
the Lint will notice that the Society
offer premiums this year, and for
the first time, for Leicester sheep.
Another new feature is the offering
of premiums for the fastest walkicg
horse or n.are. Another matter of
inomett is that the Society will not
allow anyone to mike entries after
the first day of the Fair.- This last
change will admit of more time for
the exhibition of Stock. Persons
can begin to make their entries a
month or two prior to the holding
of the Fair by calling on the Sec
retary at the Book Store.
Ken Him Sobcb. A few days ago,
William Beswick, Esq , of Stockport,
had occasion to go to Waterford, and
he invited James Brannon, Jr., the
Democratic editor that ia to be,
to go along with him. Just aa they
were about t start, Brannon suggest
ed that they ahould have a pint of
whisky "to keep them cool" as thev
journeyed. Squiie Beswick thought
tne suggestion a good one, and pur
chased the above named quantity of
the poison and wrapped it up in a coov
of the Independent, and laid it away in
tne express wagon tbey were to make
their t rip in. When they had journ
eyed far enough for them to get 'pret
ty dry, tney pulled lorth their bottle.
unwrapped it and to their utter asto
nishment and disappointment, the
bottle was uncorked and empty.
Brannon'a racoon this discovery was
unbounded, and he swore that "Bes
wick might bave known that the In
dependent would have destroyed their
whisky." Beswick says that "if the
Independent never done any good be
fore, it did on this occasion ; it kept
Brannon sober for once. Squire Bes
wick is responsible for this story.
Elaewherk in this paper will be
found a card of the American Hotel
situate on the corner of Market and
5th streets, Zanesville. Ohio This
Hotel ranks second to" none in the
city either in its bill of fare or in its
commodious and well-rurniphed
and ploasant rooms. It is true that
the proprietor does not charge you
four prices for the accommodations
he furnishes you, and some people
may take this an evidence ef its
bning seeODu claf a; but such per
sons belong to that clans that have
more money than brains. Every
thing that the traveller or sojourn
er in Zanesville can desire can be
bad at the American, and at rates,
toy, corresponding with the times.
We are pleased to note that the
American is receiving the greater
portion ot the patronage of Morgan
county people when they go to
Zanesville, and we would advise all
to give it a call whenever there.
Ml Gitz, the gentlemanly and
accommodating landlord, ia
ever
readr tO do bis Utmost tO Surround
.iM. .m fort
rf-- - - --
INDEPENDENT. Albums! Albums !!
8plendid stock of PaoroeaAra Albchs
the handsomest and cheapest ever offered
in this totality just received at ADAIK'S
Boo Store is large supply.
McBride, Sloan & Jones.
n i
a
When in Zanesnlle a few days
since, we called on the firm that
heads this article, at their place of
business on tho corner of Third and
South st., and waa shown through
the establishment by -W. R Jones,
the Junior partner in the firm, and
who for many years was one of our
citizen. Their business is that of
manufacturers of Italian and Amer
tcan Marble Monuments, Tomb and
Headstones, and Importers and
Dealers in Scotch and American
Granite Monuments, te. On in
quiry we learned that the firm is
doing about all the "heavy busi
ness" that is done in their line in
the vicinity of Zanesville, and we
found that they were engaged in
filling some rather large orders
from McConnellsville. They bad
just imported a very largd and
beautifully designed monument of
Scotch Granite, which will cost
about ono thousand dollars, and
Men will ue set np soon in our
- cemetery, and they showed us the
d . 07f'an0lhert 0 mtda of th.
6 ' a w:u :. .
' om8
j . .
material, and which is to
here also, which will cost
aoout six ounarea aonars. iies:ues
their main business of manufactur
ing and furnishing beautifully de
signed and durable Monuments and
Tombstones for the departed, they
are largely engaged, also, in the
Marble and Granite Mantel trade,
whereby the abode of the living
may be made beautiful and com
fortable. We are told that their
trade in this line is surprisingly
large, and well it may be from tbe
elegant stock they keep on hand.
When in Zanesville give M'Brido,
Sloan & Jones a call and look
through thoir establishment. I is
worth your while whether you de
sign purchasing anything in their
line or not.
Action of the County Commissioners
at Term ending June
at Term ending June 8th, 1871.
Hade quarterly settlement with
Treasurer, and a balance in Treas
urer's office of J8308 40.
E. J. Hittt petition for alteration
of road dismissed aC cost of peti
tioners.
Humphrey Smith, John Doudna
and R. S Fawcett were appointed
viewers on tbs John Sbaner vuca
tisn of read in Homer township.
. James Glass, Koya! Wado and
Joseph Newbcry were appointed
viewers on tho Isaac. Hummel va
".ation of road in Marion, Penn and
Union townships.
A.J. Cook petition for the Com
missioners to establish a license
nnder which cows could run at
large, was laid over for the present.
James H. Kinsey petition for
bridge across Wolf creek, near
White's saw mill in Marion town
ship, laid ovor for some future
meeting.
Levies for taxes were ma.li for
ensuing year, aa follows: County
funds 1.2 mills; Infirmary funds
1.1 mills; Public building 0.2 nulls.
The establishment ot the Isaac
Humraclroad in Marion, Penn and
Union townshipa, laid over uutil
September session. . :
James 11. Biahop petition-"' foT
road,' in Homer and Union town
abips, dismissed at tne cost of pe
titioners. J. C. Morrey petition for road in
Murion township dismissed at cost
of petitioners.
IL S. Ka'coner road, in Homer
township, established on condition
that the petitioners pay half of tbe
compensation a war Jed by viewers,
the whale amtunting to 30.
Special Lovy of 3450 waa made
on Bristol township for the purpose
of building a School House in ob
district number 4, in said town
ship. The following appropriations ef
Bridge Funus were made :
To Charles Patterson to make
culverts in Narrows on River Itoad
in Blosm township, $100.
To Isaiah Kennison, for the same
purpose, on same road, in Morgan
township S100.
To J.M.Rogers, forsme pur
pose, on Clements Run Road, in
Malta township, SiOO.
To E. M. Stanbery, for the same
purpose, on Whipple Road in Mor
gan township, (200.
To H. Smith to make culverts
and bridges in Marion township
8100.
To J. E. Thomas, balance on cul
verts on J. E. Thomas road, 815.
To John Bain, culverts on new
road on Milbouso fara in Penn
township S70.
To Samuel King, culverts on new
road on Navlor Harmer's land 875.
To Ziegler, culverts on road
fren Deavertown to McLUuny.
Tork township, 875.
To James Gormley, culverts on
Turkey run road, Windsor town
ship, $300. -
Tbo following bills were allowed :
To Levi McCarty for Bridge en
the A. Higgins road, 812.
To E. M. Manbery. aa council in
tbe rase of Ohio vs. ModUy, $15.
To Adair Bros, for Paver, Pass
Books, &c, for Auditor's office,
813 03.
To C. W. Cromwell, for Tele
graphing in case of Ohio vs Ste
pbeti Miller, $2 70
Examined County Jail, and found
tbe same in reasonably good repair
and then adjourned.
HYMENIAL.
BEARS MAXFIELD. May 18lb, 1S71,
at the residence of th briite, by Ke. C. J.
Lean, Sr. R. U. 8ears of ih State of Vir-
Sin a, and lira. J. C. Maxfisld, of Sonora,
hio.
HUMPHREY VANFCEBEK By Eld.
Enoch Dye, oa tho 12th insi., Mr. John
Humphrey and Hrs. Elissbath Vanfuraan,
both of filovta township, Morgan County,
Ohio.
Family Bibles!!
,
I
Fresh autiply of Family Bulbs received at
ADAIR'S Book Store within a tew daya.
They have the largest and moat complete
stock of these Gooda, pat up in substantial
manner and handsome finish, and the best
and cheapeat aver offered. Go and see them
A Torso lady callej at 6lll's, the other
aay, wnsn mere was a large
Neckties and Collars en tho connter. She
' saee exclaimed, "That young man must
68 tsAtidioua indeed, who could'nt be aa:t-
ed her t"
Picture Frames !!
,
An immense lot of handsome Erstic and
other styles of Pumtbs Ftivia. of various
aisea, received at ADAIR'S Book Store laat
week, aad for sale at low frices.
Board of Equalization.
The Commissioners of Morgan
county and Auditor James B. Mc
Grew, met as a board of equaliza
tion on the 8th msL, and done bu
siness as follows :
. Added ten per cent, to the value
of all the property in Bloom town
ship, except the iumsoi moneys
and credits. Added five per cent.
t tbe value of all the property in
Union tp., except the items of mon
eys and credits and the horses re
turned on the list by George Nico
swant-er.
$625 was stricken from the list
of David Meicer, of Bristol town
ship. Five per cent, was deduoted
from the shares of stock in First
National Bank of McConnelsville,
leaving said share to be entered on
the tax duplicate of 8120, instead of
8125, as returned.
SG28 was deducted from aub-div.
No' 9 of section taxed in the name
Ot F. W. Wood, and $300 thereof
was added to sub-div. land 3. of
section 6, taxed in tbe name of Jos
epb Reed, $150 on each ; and $100
thereof waa added to sub-div. JSo.
3. of section 24, taxed in the name
of I.N. Hook; and $100 of it was
added to aub-div. 2 and 4, section
32, tewnnhip 11. range 12, taxed in
name of L D Rued ; and the bal
ance of $123 was'adJed to sub dir.
No. 6, of section 3. township 10
range 12, taxd in .the name of I
aiah ". Kennison. Whereupon the
Board adjourned
agg
AtTaotrcs aware of the enthusiasm crea
ted amour larmers by tbe nse oftbe Clif
ria, aa shown by tbe numerous testimo
nials received, we were hardly prepared
for the following aeat ua by one oi our Ohio
Ss trans
f all the Mowers Et or West,
The Clipper suits the farmer best;
Ii is tbe lightest, neatest one
of all the recion 'neath tbe aua.
Of all the Reapers in the field,
Thia one with ease the burses wield ;
And when it clips the go'Juo birds,
It leaves the gavels neatly laid.
It clips the craBS, it clips the grain.
It clips the Eillaide and the pltin ;
It clipa around the stumps and ireea.
And does it all with greatest esse.
It clips expense, it clips the toil
Of the wesrr mau who tills the soil r
It clips the burann horses bear,
And spreads the uny the flacks do share.
It is the Clipper clipping all.
Lodced or standing, short or tali.
Ftirnws, if yu only try it,
Without a doubt you'll aurely buy it.
Now wa add but one line more
The Clipper for sale at Janeway's Bt.ire,
Ho. 100 Bell Dtreet, Waits, Ohio.
BCSIXESS NOTICES.
STOP AND READ THIS ! ! !
You ran buy the Heat and lry
ettt Cigars at Pat. Mvee-noy's,
next door to the Post Office !
Bsirx Foa Salb is 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 they will be
promptly attended if.
I1UTCHINS & ERICKEIt.
June 9, 1871 4w.
Mr Ton can purchase FAMIL7 BIBLES
at Aoais'a Book Store at least fifty per cent
cheaper than of any traveling Agent trav
ersing the loanty.
THE Picaddilly collar, standing with
turn down points, the latest thing out, now
at Sill's.
Splendid Family Bibles
At ADAIR'S Book Store, at $3,75, U,S0
$ijOaj,$io,nd soma vary rich and elegant
atyisa. in handsome bindings, at a higher
figure. Go aud see them. .
WEDDISO Gooda Ladies' white Kid
Gloves, Geata' colored Kids, silk. Ac, and
Hobby styles of collars aud ties, at Sill's.
Ribbons, Gimps, Fringes, Laces and
Drees Buttons, st Stone's.
BUT your Furnishing Goods at Sill's.
Fire-fonrth blesched muslin for pillow
casing and aheeting, now at Stone's.
WE have just received another invoice
of Notions and Gents' Furnishing Goods, In
which are a great many novelties never
before offered m thia market. Goandaee
at Sill's.
Ladies' summer balmorals, only 80 cents
at Stone's.
Basibts All kinds, trunks, Valises, and
satchels, bags, constantly kept on hand and
sold at prices that defy competition. The
oldest trunk bouse in the county ia at Sill's.
New stock of cassimeres, linens, eotton
adea. for farmers and mechanica at Stone's-
Ivorjr, Sandal Wood and Ebony Fans at
Stone's.
WE will order any article in the Notion
er Furnishing line we do not happen to
have. oa.tbe shortest line orders, at Sill's.
TJissks, Tea and Dessert knives. Ivory
and Kubber handles. Steel and Silver pla
ted blades, at Vincent's.
BUT jour Neckties and collars st Sill's.
Eolid Gold Sleeve Buttons beautifully
engraved aud enameled at great! v reduced
prices. H. B VINcE.NT BRO.
Wabtbd. All persons in need of Sewing
Machines to.eall and examine the Grovuer
A Baser Machine before purchasing.
H. B. VINCENT A BRO.
BURROUGH & CO.,
Who'etVe anl Re'ail DVaVrs ia sod am
uUctutenuf S3T """PLAIN AND FANCY jgt
"WORK
OF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
AND
Cuarranteed to Give Perfect
Satisfaction.
Bedsteads,
WINDSOR CHAIRS,
Parlor Work and Chamber
. Setts,
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Jiooms, fio. 70 Main Street,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
i
V. B. Cash paid for seasoned Lumber, j
Jane 3, 1871. '
ncCU.KEt!)TILLL
Grocery and Provision Store !
D. & a W. MDA1MEY have on band, at all tiroes,
the ber.t of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS. MOLASSKS, AND GEOCEBIES CENEBALLY,
and also
Keep a Full Supply ot All Kinds of Provisions In this 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 ia always of the best quahty.
Flour aold by the sack at the lowest rates. April 21, 1871 -ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry Glocds !
W.H. & C. McflHTY, Dealers in Dryads,
!,Qrtouf Ladies' Dress Coodsf Ladies' Show. Ete,f
On the North side of Center Street; two doors East of Public Square, UcCon-
nelaville, Ohio.
N. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cask pricea. Ladies' Dres& Uoods made a SPECI
ALTY. APril 21. 1871-ly.
It. Li HiORRSS,
South side of Center Stpthree doors
DKALKR I.S
HARDWARE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOVE TiMMMlNGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS. PLOWS, 4o , &c.
X. B. Agent for the sale cf the ''Acme Slower A Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal saiittfnction laat season. Ap. 21 '71-1 y.
ja'a.iajija. a 5 Xa. jatiiEiEaR3s7
AMOS BItADY,
North side of Center St, between East and Penn SU., McConnelsville. Ohio,
Has Always to Offer to Ills t uioniera the Beat Qualltlea of
Iqs, Coffees, i(ja.ir2, losses, qoD Jbehjiiitycj
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
K. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, alwuya
on hand, t'rices to suit the times. April 21, 1371 ly.
J 0 H iN ALEXANDER,
IDHCvfissSc'Iir'a)
Wa keep on hands, and are const u tit receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
W h, al-o, ant-xiriHiivr hot -f P A IN lis. IlYK SIUKF, Oil S ud HHUfiL
E', all of liirb we i ffer io 'te I'uMie at tbe lw.t tnsrkrt rales. Alao. we ii.vite
our ccst'ioiera to call nd examine our large ami well selected
STOCK OF "VA."LL PAPER !
WHH'll WK ARE SELLING IXCEEIMXUYLW.
April 23ih. 1371 ly JOHN ALEAXNDER.
IT. W. Cov. of Pub. Squ., IcConnoIsville, O.,
Dealer in
MUGS, BEDICKES, FUI1E LEADS, PANTS, OILS, MZl a DTE STUFFS, PEHFUIEEl,
and
"IDT CLD BL nlE:TX7 JZL JtC.T17B.iIZ2 fl EES.
p9 Physicians' Prescriptions carefully oompounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April 21, lbTl ly.
WORLEY ADAMS.
Dealers in
Sr-
Dry Goods, Giocerie., Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East
NF,W GOODS received reea'arly.
PRODJCKineirliangelurUoods. May 4l. ly.
SOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD !
Morgan County having purchased the Hill Property, the underfiKord wcuM respect
fully iolorm bis friends, aud tbe public generally, that lie bas
RemoTcd his Tin-shop
TO TOE NEW BUILDING, ON MAIN STREET.
B0k.Oppoiie tbe Foundry. He is thanklul for ra-t favors, and ly a sirict attention to
bai-iues, be hopes o meilt and reeeivs a lihra( share or public patronage. rrcial at
temiiHi paid to It B WORK and RKPAIRINU ol alikind', io hi lineof hniness.
Any worn lefi at Cicliraiii Binao A Co's Store, or F. S II A Cue, will receive prompt
aitn ti"n. Pieiiively no S'ock naed hut the best th market afford.
McConnelsville, Ohio. May 5ih, 1871 L. FI ARTKR.
Hiil DcBsaooa. A. M. Dcssaooa.
II. DUNSMOOR & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURf, to-wit : CHAIRS, TA BLKS. BOREAS, BED5TEAD3, As, Aa
At their t-ALK ROOMS in
XcCOISriSrELSVILLK AND MALTA.
K. B. They employ one but first-class mechanics, and warrant all tbeir work. Taeir
Platform is t "Good work, good j ay and low prices I" April 31, 181 6m.
tjITd e rta k e ifsi '
R. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
north-East corner 01" Centre and Penn Streets,
McCOXXELSVILLE, OHIO,
Ketp constantly on hand a complete assortment of Offii'. Umial Casw, Ac, and bars
ii iheir empl.iw Rbert A. Pinkerton, wbo will make ibis drarltnt-nt ol basines espe
cially. Io C'jauvction wilb thtir bBinrss. tliey bave fitted op a first-claas
And are peparsd to lurnish all patrons with wbatevir lh-7 may want in tbeir LINE.
Msy 12, 1871 Ij.
The Sash & Door Factory,
McConnelsvi'le, Ohio,
Pnrniskes Io order FLOORING, WF.ATHER BOARDING, S'DIXG, CFJUKQ
8ASII, SHUTTKRS, BLINDS A DOORS. BOX A COMMON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BR ACRE1'!?, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
rialntng- It, Matcliintr, Scroll Satr ing & Ripping Done to Order.
' Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought
April 21, 18711 I
He .SPUlXCUo
Dealer in flata and Caps on Center St., eastof Pub. Square, McConnelsville, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of HATS and.CAPS!
HE IT GOODs Received VFIth Every Change In tbe Seasons 1
IS- ETEITTHHC SOLD LOT FC2 Cl!i2 ! -
19" The Higkui Guk Frioi paid for Mick, Skunk, and Coon Skina I
April Si, 1871 -ly.
2AXESTIEEE
W. II. hUTLEDGE.
Rutledge & Bailey.
Alters Block, Ko. 5S Main Street, Zanesville, Ohio,
Tiave opened a complete Stock of Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Extra Su
pers, rperfias, Mediant 8 oners, toirrsio, Venetians, Dutoh Wool, College, Hemp,
and Rag Carpels. ALSO Wall Pan Window shades, KatU. Bags. Oil Cloths Ac.
Ape-as Icr Us.-V.siK4 ittollst. Wfiavittths Fabiio to esJI aad examine oar
1. WW soi owv
stock
III Si's ESS CARDS.
East of Fublic Square, McConnelsville, 0.,'!
F. M. KAIILEU.
and Centre Streets)
ai'CONNELSVlLLE, ('HIO.
Tbs hieuest priie paid fur COUNTRY
and soIJ
U. U. WELLS, Superintendent
BISIXESS CARDS.
F. G. BALLET
(Jane 3, 1871.
MI9CELLAKEOC9.
AMER1CANHOTEL.
Corner Market Jt 5th Streets,
WM. GETZ, PaopiiBToa,
ZANESVILLS, OHIO.
VaV Livery Stables attach ad U Hotel.
June , 18n at
CHASLZS A. DAXA. Idltsc.
A Ksissa,se taorvasiaA Ttaie I
Taftrait-1 far Feeels How aa Kan.
behttlBC Tarsawa. aCsnSsnlns, Msmhaaai. Pn
Maioael sfan.WatBsa,Tanikeia. aa4 a.1 Mac.
aer of aonast Folks, an tbe Wives, Soas, aai
iMazbaars U all saaa.
OKXT OTS DOIXAS A TKAK I
OXK BC5DBED OOPIZS FOR IM,
Or lass ttaa One Osat aCeny. Las tketa Be a
9M Cia at evcrr rsat Ooloc.
8n-WarKXT 81771, 3 A TXAB.
ef tba sasas atse saa gwjeral snanetar as
TBS W&SKLT. bat wttB a (reater varlet ot
mUceCsasMraaibacaiid ftmaatac tne sows
Io its seosoriaois tm iaalsr trssaness. bessaie
cossss twlae s weak uuwa4 sToaos only.
THZ SATJLT SUIT. tXJ A VTA at.
A iiislmiaswHT reateMe aevspaser. vna tae
Urcasb etreoiaUoa ia tha worui, rre. Ia4
Bn4eat. ua faarleu la poltuak A1 Vie nws
f4a rywliara. Tv- osaa a eoP7 1 b? g.ali.
39 aeuia a mania, or SO a iu.
O TESM3 TO CX.X7S3. y
TBS OOLXAK WTZKLT HVJU
rive si if ass, saw faat. "p'ilpgaJ
Tsa eeslss, oee year, aseantalT edaneaes toad
aa aaitaeam tottagaow &bMia
Teeui; eesisa, eae raar, aspsi sielr adansasS
Ouaaaaaisaeeitr tolas inner a, or taou
riaeea fisllus,
TtttT eifH- eae rear, te eae address iaa Ua
SsiavaeaBly aaa jmmx to aeoer so ot elab).
Tainyars Dalian.
aaolra
I (ana
a rear to setter ap of cinl.
-ABinr-ava ueuan.
One BaaStoS eaMaa. oae rear, to eae adSrsst
(sad ua Kelly a oae faat to tbe casr as oi
eiasi. Flftr Dallam.
Oae Bendrad eoetea, oae year. eperaely ad
aiiiiil - tart Ifsnj Ills' trnii T - "r
ae(elBb. Oizu Daslan.
thx enu-wnKir BtJ. i,
r.aspateselTadiaaaiad.
Elaas Dalian,
Blalaea Pattaja.
RXO TOUB atOXTT .
B) Vst OSJea otdsrs. eaeets. or araMa ea Voa
Torsi. lni etafspiiat. If nt Tn,a rsxnioi
tne lansia oontalalna mooay. Ad4res
L W. SrSLAlTD. PsBnBep.
Saa offloa, Saw Yaa Ct
THE MARRIE9 LACISS
MEDICAL ADVISER.
iiiortutioaonrr
lAtrnsH t Us
Wa No lir'
No lArT r rvm sLajid
WbO la niaaTTIOlL OST w.'.a
cnntancpiaUeM mftrrtavc,
staUffaWd b WUtUMU a VtJ.
tro to ill r3arr ! on rvvw-; rrf TnOaJfT.
idnsw: EUZ ABL1U MuTT, M. D.
BmoAJWAl. uv9 Aor Plsvoo, d..
Glad News!
aVruiuc Lrooa lmprudoooe) or ymilhtii e-TTr.r!su:iu' rta
arvoudUiit'.MOaini wmkam, mm itotiat 'l-" .
aanpotancT. flmmi, dlMisiO, eW by Mis
DR. BKXaIs9 SPECIFIC K9TE1IR1.
Theyw osva bo aood wilboat dertwctlaa, or fartirftinp
VltA tolLVlSa, tVUd ISO QiiMJUf Of ttlOt i ttaaTlrtosMlA.
DR. BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
HH otxro nil ordinary omaos witboot further aid. Triad.
bozM swnt by tmavtl saawd. os rooftipt of Oais rwv r 1 1
stmp for prjvauo tsnj. ddreM;
Do. R08 T fi. BFi.U TU akoodwayt How Tori.
.l.rl.l.(..."7'f... .
iy.3 Tor ps
; COUCHSf
If o WtUat TiMhimTm&J to tmcwlMitmmmm
Die HAETEI'9 COROSO-THiXJIlt TILLS.
Thejy wtQ TtoTO BatQTO tPwwdflr and an
all j Psici Owaj DoLLtB.
sWad dtAvcap for 0c Harrsiy'o PrtTaw Madtoa! CaZ
Dr. Harvey's QoLlon mis.
A Nrsdy for dosTfoeo vrrttrajror for opoeial esuera.
6arK AJIO SCTaTt, aJfO mi VaXUAKL TO MaJaAa.n
LA0IsB, a tbay DOor fail to ronurto tbo ataOat dial
icsj sjnotoma no maAtsW how loas tboy havo 03iatel.
PaiCB FlTX OOLlaaAtoV ttout LaJ atasUi hoAlAIeJj Sao4i
on rorvipc of mono v. by
ASV JUJI OAAV
EY, Tit BffOeway; Kw Tors.
Lvo and Matrimony.
Tbo tsf cimm may bo rotnod by foUowiac
roioo, sod all may marry happuy witbont I
to woaitla. mo or boooty. ftood a oaou for fcO
BooaV, or attain p 1jt circular, to
MADAM LUCILLE DEMARRrT
tcblA 6Cro( P. O. ftov Vara.
CATARRH,
TTTl t TlAOTtTl, AKP
WT1ATC XJ V -fcl
ie Serribl. disiMj. Oalarre, vhlett alfMts as say
etiaa Istnninns la Broacaiba aod Oirmaytma,
althuut deabt, be entlnlr rmored se matter k)
loac is bas asks at Ail mm aa pmtt r
""1 CUi.t.H l"
eraeer lilinril, and SLaawiU be forfeited fce "
ease thas is iaiis to oaxa altar a tboroasa. trial at tt.
Rev. MARTIN DUTTON'S
Utsasdy i th oaroot aad boot for Hadb aad Wk
aVyoa aro la sWataf otvaoa om cocasn qaoaos) of Cotorrti.
SASSAFRAS & WITCH HAZEL
Hsvar aua as etrm haaMdiaU taDaf at ail eaaea.
R8AD TUB TBSTIMOtfT.
aad seed stamp for a cirr dtailia ta srnpt'eM
ef Ui. rinniit and rtrtoM of lil. nmAf. A pai tsaa
trill DS seat or auil oa rcm of emery.
PRICK r'ETY-riVE CKNTS.
My Oslarrtl was itamodiataly tvlieved bffwr
aaf ras sad Witah HaaeL IU. ASA BROW ;..
1 eaa road witooat woarind spectacles and tbo we
ao ia ftotirair gooe suae ttsinc rour SaMafrss .rd
Witok Hazel. J.ORMAN EARMtfc.
Voor lioisftas and WHch Ewl tn aoor latled le
ialiors mil aaaoacaa wiuua Btoousouo. .
Blxa. BAJLaJI JOHkX
Address, Baa. atABTW DpTOIf,
Bible Homo Statlee. V-w York,
ttitli viitio iiiimiii.
TAKE NOTICE
sraVasliaa
AM
FOR ALL DISEASES.
TO EARN A LIViNa EASILY,
mI oaanre aa hnasat aBosDotoae Beta.
f llatlTi a-itaoai aftooof to start Ufa v.e.
Th. Secset la Oall
aad we arewillina to anke K knowa la all
AOElrrS ARB WANTRO to mU t. Book, sad thor
eaa ears fro. Itottdtuti day Knd for s eucaiat
and mcian aovf. PRlCfi 0B OOLLAjL
A till rat, aaokMina two poetea tmn.
BAABER A CO mi William Bn.
B N .w Vara Oita
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEN.
IT WILL PLBASS EVEBVBOOT.
Saad FIFTY CK1TV8 for eoer. and roar adrtieas
aaaaa KASY MOOBX. atalioa D. Vow Yarn
Paisrs, U osliast TLnstrea, De aiaes, Por
lias, Lawns, Checks. Qinal sou, Caitu
eras. Jeans, Ceuauauea, Craab. Table J, a
en, Irian Linen, and a general aaa vtu
pleU line of Dry Goods at B.U's.
Stationery II
Fresh supplies of tatiobiby, of all
kinds, regularly receiving at AD 4 IB'
BookStore. Sew stock just received
WE bave jnst opened a nice lias ef Hoa
iery. Ladies', Mieeee. Geats', and Boy's
sisea, and are selling at extremely low fis
ures. Waea Job want Hosiery je to 8i:r--
ar-Ths spleodid slook of It ILL PAl i: i
atABAia'a Book Store, ie sUraotiss; tne at
tention ot purchasers tbroorhoul toia sal
sdjoinine Countiae. and this nrae era sei,..
those Goods at a lively rata, which ia i..
rarpriains; when ono viewa tbe lane and ex -eelleat
stock of hands me and deeirablepat
twrns. fwr all kinds of itonms, Halls, Office..
Ae., kept at this establishment, sad trim
mad ready to hsnj npou '.he Walls, without
extra casrge.
Seas
MM,Mta. k a.i
yV Kolas sad PiaaDrtatlens
If V tbas aiU aura any ease of V
SEMTSAl. WKAXSCSa, nOKTLs cxia-i;
(IsiOSS. DIPOTCtCK. As, aad restate tossji
V BMahood to tartsot kaalta, Bajrr rasa n ij
VAU,by aoa waa saOsfed sad ia av aatad .
X laailniaii TSEKAI5E. Z'
T3 BaOAD WAT. X TJ
nmi
iiiur
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