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THE INDEPENDENT.
lOSSfH A. EELLT, ID1TOS AMD FROPUKTOK.
iTCONtf ELSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . . Jane 33, tSTl.
TEBMS
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, when
not paid In advance, $2.00
no copy, one year, casta
in advance, $1.50
TO CLUBS.
To a Club of ten, one dol
lar and thirty-five cents
each. $13.50
To a Club or fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five
cents each, $IS.75
For the Campaign or 1S11.60
Cents per Copy.
W ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up, in all cases, at the rata of
Two Dollars a year.
CLEMENT L. VALLANDIGHAM.
Vailandicham is dead ! He died
from the effects of a pistol shot acci
dently discharged by himself while
giving his version of the manner in
which Thomas Myers was shot at Ham
ilton, Ohio, some three or four months
ago. V allanligham was counsel for
Thomas McGehan, who was being tried
at Lebanon, Ohio, for shooting Myers,
aud. on last Friday night, while re
viewing, with hit associate counsel, the
case as he intended to represent it to
the Jury on the following day, he put
a pistol in his pocket and drew it forth
again in such a manner as to cause it
to be discharged and inflict the wound
that ended his life. He supposed the
pistol he put in his pocket, and so care
lessly discharged, was ualoaded, but
did mot take the precaution to exam
ine it. It was in evidence in the trial
of McGehan that Myers had a loaded
pistol In his pocket at the time of the
melee in which he was shot, and that
he drew it forth and discharged sever
al shots fiom it ; and Vallandigham,
as counsel for McGehan, conceived
that Myers shot himself just in the
manner that he so successfully dem
onstrated that a man was liable to
shoot himself. Mr. Vallandigham liv
ed until the next morning at about 9
o'clock, retaining his mind to the last,
and evidencing by his composure and
peace of mind thai he had no fears re
lative to his future destiny. His only
son, aged sixteen years, and McGehan,
the man in whose cause he lost his
life, and many friends surrounded his
death-bed. His wife !id not get to see
him until after life had departed, she
being absent from home, attending the
funeral of her brother, Hon. John V.
L. McMahon, of Cumberland, lid.
The funeral of Mr. Vallandigham oc
curred on Tuesday, at Dayton, and was
probably the most numerously attend
ed that'ever occurred in Ohio.
Mr. Vallandigham was born at New
Lisbon, Ohio, en the 29th of Ju'y, 1S20,
and was a descendant fiom French
Hngenota on his paternal side, and
from Scotch Irish stock on his mater
nal side. He was admitted to the bar
ia 1S42, and in 1845 was elected Rep
resentative in the State Legislature
from Columbiana county. . He was re
elected in 1S4G. In 1847, he moved to
Dayton and became editor of the Em
pire, a weekly Democratic paper, which
position he relinquished in about two
years to resume the regular practice of
is profession. In 1852 and in 1854,
he ruu against Lew. D. Campbell for
Congress and was defeated both times
In 1853 he again run against Campbell
for Congress, and although Campbell
got the certificate of election, Vallan
ighajn contested the election, ousted
Campbell, and in May, 1858, took his
seat for the first time in the National
Congress. He was re-elected in 1838
and in 1860, but was beaten by Robert
C. Schenck in 1S62. In 1S63 he was
arrested by order ef General Burnside,
sent South, went from thence to Cana
da, and while an exile in Canada was
nominated by the Democrats for
Governor. He was beaten, however,
by John Brough, Republican candid'
ate, by over one hundred thousand
majority. In 1864 and in 1363 he at
tended the' National Democratic Con
ventions, and was very influential in
both of them. In 1863 he run against
Schenck for Congress in the Dayton
District, and was beaten only 475
votes. In 1867-68 he was a candidate
for United States Senator before the
Democratic Legislature, but was beat
en by Judge A. G. Thurtnao. From
the time of this Senatorial canvass up
to the holding of the lave Democratic
State Convention, Mr. Vallandigham
took little pari in politics. In the late
Democratic State Convention Mr. Val
landigham was the ruling spirit, and
the conceptions ot his mind made a
complete summersault in the princi
ples and policy of the Democratic par-
a
Solomojt Forrs is making a new resi
dence out of his old one.
Fresh paint has made its appearance
on the Adams House, in the Book
Store and in the First National Bank
Rooms.
No change in thejflome Markets
since last week. The Cincinnati
Live Stock Market is abont as sta
ted Iat week.
Bead Gideon T. Stewart's speech,
accepting the nomination as Prohi
bition candidate for Governor,
found on 2d page.
Thi McConnelsville Silver Cornet
Band goes to Granville next week to
be in attendance on the College and
Seminary Commencements to be held
there.
Whil mowing on Wednesday of
last week. Joseph Smith, of this place,
was thrown from his seat on the ma
chine, and lightning in front of the
cutter-bar, was somewhat, though not
seriously injured.
Orm Lodoi Mimso. Everybody it
invited to attend the Open Lodge meeting
to be held at tbe McConnelsville) Lodge, oi
Good Templar, on this, Friday, evening.
T. A. Tomer will make tbe principal ad
drest. Riv. C. W. Cocetrigbt will preach at
lhe;McConntlsTilla Presbyterian Church
on next Sabbath evening. There will be
no service there in tbe moraine. Rev. H.
Cooper will be in Marietta in attendance on
tbe College commencement. i
Republican County Convention.
tlon.
The Republicans of Morgan county
meet in Convention to-morrow, in the
Town Hall of JlcConnelsville, for the
.... r, .t:v
purpose of nominating a County lick-,
et. "Who will be nominated 7 is a
question that has been asked and dis
cussed frequently and freely for two
weeks past. From what we can gath
er, the following is the position of af
fairs at this writing, Thursday morn
ing :
For Representative, the prominent
candidates are Hon. Richard Stanton
and Isaiah Kennison. Stanton is the
old incumbent, and his friends are ur
ging him with a great deal of pertinac
ity. The main difficulty in Stanton's
road is the fact that two years ago he
accepted the nomination only at the
urgent solicitation of the Prohibition
element of this vicinity, and avowed at
the time that he -would rather receive
thirty votes as a Prohibition candidate
than be elected as a Republican."
This does not go down well with many
Republicans. Kennison, on the other
Land, is considered too much of Li
quor man by many Republicans, and
is charged with having voted the Dem
ocratic ticket at the last Spring elec
tion, although we do not know how
truthfully. Ve would not be surpris
ed if tbe Convention refuses to nomin
ate both of these more prominent can
didates. and rather think the nominee
will be some such man as James K.
Jones, of Morgan, or Thomas J. 'Wil
liams, of Marion, both of whom are be
ing urged privately by their friends.
For Auditor, James B. McGrew, Fin-
ley Ryan, and Arthur Pond are the
candidates, and it is exceedingly
doubtful which of the three will be
able to develop the most strength.
McGrew is popular because of his hav
ing shown himself to be a very compe
tent officer, but he is unpopular am
ongst others because of the disposition
of his friends to make him Auditor
tor life. A nother thing that is operat
ing against McGrew is the double part
he played relative to Prohibition two
years ago. He was one of the first to
join a Prohibition Club in 31 organ
county, and after doing so, and there
by pledging himself and inducing oth
ers to pledze themselves to vote the
Prohibition State ticket in 1869, he
went to the polls and voted an open
Republican ticket ; and, on being
charged with this double dealing one
year afterward, he denied it in toto un
til the paper was produced bearing his
signature and binding him to vote for
the Prohibition cause and ticket. Ry
an, on th9 other hand, has considera
ble strength iu the fact that be is a
competent and worthy man, and has
been promised the candidacy time and
again by the Republican party.
Pond's strength is not to be sneezed
at either, and we should not be sur
prised if he is nominated-
For Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, Cyrus M. Roberts, the present
ncumbent, is the only candidate be
fore the Conven'ion we have heard of,
although it has been intimated that be
will find great opposition in the Con
vention. "Roberts is not as discreet a
politician as he should be, and has let
fall utterances frequently that con
demn him in the minds of many;
such, for instance, as that lie ' would
be a Prohibitionist if his bread and
butter did not lie with the Republican
party." Honest Republicans, and we
believe there are many such, find such
men hard to swallow, and we should
not be surprised if Roberts is thrown
overboard.
For Sheriff", A. D. Havener, the pre
sent incumbent, and J. Q. White are
the candidates. Havener wis the Anti
Pike, or People's candidate two ears
ago and beat Whit, the regular Re
publican nominee. . There will bo con
siderable of a contest for this nomina
tion, and we should not be surprised
if some one, not now thought of, would
getit.
YYe do not kr.ow who are talked or
for the minor positions cn the ticket
for Commissioner, Surveyor, Infirmary
Director and Coroner.
Closing Exercises.
The parent, patrons and friends ef tbe
Public Schools are invited to witne the
closing exercises of the current school
ytar, on Fridav, the 30 lb last., at one and
balf o'clock. . M.
The reading of the Issr nnml er af the
second volume of the High School Budget,
the reading of essays by members of the
Graduating class, the delivery of diplom
at, and other exercise, will close at three
r. m.
Tbe Ministers of the town, and of Mai.
ta, members of the Press, and 1 escbers
generally, are especially requested to be
present Unless tbe day be rainy, the ex
ercises will occur in the V. E. Church, the
aie ol which bas been kindly offi-reJ.
Should the weather bt unfavorable, the
exercises will be in the tic too I building.
Musis will lend its aid in giving interest to
tbe occasion.
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Closing Exercises. N. M. M'LAUGHLIN, Supt.
Notice to Close Business Houses
Malta on the Fourth of
July.
Believin that tbe Fourth day of July,
tbe anniversary of the Declaration of onr
national lodependtr.ee. should be observ
ed, we. the undersigned business .men of
Malta, do hereby agree to close oar res
pective places of business on that davof
the year 1871. Signed Clarke, Corner
& Walker ; Ueerge L. Dickerson ; Roger,
Thomas & Co.; J. XI, Rogers k Co.; Joe.
S. Wilson ; Win. Sberidar. ; A. L. Mill
er ; James C II Pgbes : Ueo. Jaoeway.
Temperance Basket Meeting
at Mountsville.
There will be a Temperance Basket
meeting at Houotsville, this county, on
Tuesday tbe Fonrtb Day of
July, next, to which all are invittd. Da
vid Mummey, and others, will address those
assembled. Speakinr to comma nee at 10
o'clock, a. m., acd 1 o'clock, r. ., at tbe
Grove cear Mountsville. Torn oat every
body. An os Brady is building an addition
to his Grocery Store. Tbe cellar wall
is what ia known to be "Concrete."
Alex Finlxt ears he is felling
more cf the Grover k Baker Sewing
Machines than evor before. Tbe
better the people become acquaint
ed with tbe (jrover & li&Ktr Macn
me, the more ef them will Le sold.
It is
tb standard machine.
In
A
ele. 0' Meigsville township, di
ia9t SundllT erening, abont ni
clocr, of consumption. His rei
Tom. Johnson, the Cutler Mail Car
rier, and Will Kusk, of Malta, had a
runaway in Malta on last Sunday: No
serious damage other than making the
buggy a complete wreck.
Xcrt Fools, oldst son of George Fo-
ed on
ine o -
ption. His remains
were burried at the McKendry church
yard on Xuesday morning.
Mas. Harriet Hi blkr, widow of George
Hibler, and daughter of George Hamm
ond, of Bloom township, died, of cmsurop.
tion, at her father's residence, on Monday
Inst, aged 25 years. Her remain wer bar
red on Tuesday in the Cemetery of this
place. She wis a member of theM.K.
Chnrch.
C. L. Barker met with quite a ser
ions accident in the shape of a runa
way on last Friday evening in Malta..
He will probably be able to return to
business again by the time this paper
is issued.
Court of Common Pleas has ad
journed nntil Saturday, when it
will probably adjourn again until
sometime in July, when Judge
Granger will bo able to be here and
dieposoof the cases he ig to hear.
Abont all of the criminal business
has been continued until the next
term.
TtXPERAVCE l.KCTCRES 111 Wa'HIXCTO!
Cocntt. Rev. L. McGuire, Presiding El
der of the McConnelsville District of tbe
M. E. Church, will deliver a Temperance
Lecture at Belpre, on next Tuesday, the
27th. and about peven miles below Belpre,
rn Wednetday, the 28th, and at Marietta,
Thursday, tbe29tb.
Patist Frotrctor Fbcit Jars., W.
A. Mathews fc Co. are selling these
celebrated Jars. Everyone who has
fruit to "put up" should call and exa
mine them. They are something new
in this vicinity, and evidence their su
periority over all others at sight. Call
and examine them before risking your
fruits in other Jars.
FESTIVAL I -"Wednesday evening,
the 28th, is the time set for the coming
Festival of the Methodist Church. Ice
Cream, Raspberries, Cake, Ac, in a
bundance. Everyone is invited to bo
in attendance. -To be held at Morris'
Hall.
TBI r.rpnblirin Stale Convention, en
wetnesdey, nominated a State ticket ai
folio wi: For Governor. Gen. . F. Noyes,
of Cincinnal; Lieut. Governor, Jacob Muel
ler, of Cleveland; Auditor of Ptnte. Dr.
James Williams. of Columbus; State
Treasurer, Isaac Welah, of Belmont County
Judge of Supreme Court, Win. II. West, of
rieJSontair'e; Attorney Oeneral, ljn. t. is.
Pond, of Morran Countv: Clerk of Supreme
Court, Capt. KodncT Foos, of Clerment
Countr; fciate School Commissioner, Tboni
aa W. Haivev, of Lake Countr; Member nf
Board of Public 'Works. S. IL Uoauier, of
Zaneeville.
Altbocoh aware of the enthuaiaam crea
ted among farmers by tbe uae of the Clit
rsx, aa shewn by the numeroua teetinio
ciala received, we were bardly prepared
lor the following aent ua by one of our Ohio
patrons i
C'f all the Mowers F.ast or West,
The Clipper auits the farmer beat;
li ia tnxiigDleet, neatest one
Of all the region 'neaih the sun.
Of all lbs Keitpera in the Hold,
This one with ease tbe horses wield )
And when it clips the golden binds.
It leaves the gavels neatly laid.
It clips the grass, it clips the grain,
It clips the hillside and the plain ;
It clipa areund tbe stumps and trees,
And does it all with greatest ease.
It clips expense, it clips the toil
Of the wearr man who tills the soil ;
It clips the burden horses bear,
And spreads the nay tne Hocks do snarl.
It ia the Clipper clipping all.
Lodged or ataudmg. ahort or tali.
Farmers, if you only try it.
Without a doubt you'll surely buy it.
Xow we add but one line more
The Clipper for Bale at Janewav'a Ftore,
Ho. lot Bell Street, Malta, Ohio.
OBITUARY.
CljAitK Mrs. Jane Hopkins vlark, wifeof
Sr. John C. Clark, of Morgan co., 0., died
May 17th, 1871, iu the 42nd year of her
ace.
The subject of this obituary, Mrs. Jane
Hopkins Clark, daughter of William and
Anu Hopkias, (Episcopalian'in religious
tenets,; was horn iu St. Clairsville October,
1379. In 1631 the family moved to Zanea.
ville, Ohio, and on the 4th of November,
1847. ahe became united in marriage to Dr.
J. C. Clark, of Morgan county, Ohio. Their
matrimonial relation proved unusually af
fectionate and harmonious. Her rhief care
was the honor and tappineas of her hus
band and the comfort and peace of her
household. No exertions teemed too great
to render every condition attractive to tbe
comfort of home. The true christian spi
rit seemed to pervade her every act, oten
assisting her husband in his professional
avM-miun, beyond her physical powers, to
relieve the sufferings of the afllictcd. Iter
genial and affectionate natnre waa highly
priied bv those of a noble and generous
heart. bo could appreciate such morai
qualities. Kindness, truth and justice were
tbe ruling elements of ber soul, for tier
heart knew no guile ; and, after many
years apent in the bosom of an adoring fa
mily, ber soul, witn ber "spiritual body,"
passed the confines of mortality, May 17th,
18T1 ; experienced tbe glorious resurrection
from tbe "natural body" and entered the
realms of eternal bliaa to join the happy
throng of a ti)f els in a never ending pro
gression, throuf h a world of spiritual being,
rendering praises and homage to that re
deeming power that freed ber from a body
suffering and corruption.
My Jane hrs pats'd up to the shade of ber
Fathers,
Along night of absence I'm left to denlorw.
I when aball we meet in that haven of
splendor,
Where parting and death shall beset us no
more.
She did not believe that the "Spiritual bo
dy" Descended te moulder within the cold
tomb,
But 'rose all immortal lo scenes vast in
grandeur.
Enshrining the soul in its splendor and
bleom.
Kordidshe dosiro that the "Xatural bo
dy" Ebonld ever unite with tbe spirit again.
Retarding the ligbtaing-wiug'd speed of its
flight,
Through regions in space, light and knowl
edge to gain.
Endearingly kind was ber gentle, pure na
ture. The erring she met in a spirit so mild.
Her heart beat in sorrow for suffering na
ture. Her soul glow'd in ardor with love unde
fil'd. Ebe hat gone to tbe land where pure spirits
surround er.
The land of the freed from this earthly do
main, Expanding in themes of eternal progression,
Where truth, love and justice triumphantly
reign.
The grandest, the purest ef ail her affec
tions. She pour'd in her husband's fond bosom, so
dear.
And knew no restraint to her soul's warm
attachment
She cast unon him in her youlhtul career.
of death overshadows hit
the merciless
The dark pall
dwelling,
nit aoul looking down into
grave.
pity, Great Father I relieve hit sore an
guish. And pour eut effusions of mercy to tave.
Thejoyt of contentment illume not his pas
sage, The eight-tide of Nature bedims hit tad
way,
fountain of teart cannot wash out his sor
row, For death led the van with merciless sway.
Farewell my lov'd Jane I bosom friend, and
companion.
Thou has left me to roam all alone in this
land.
Bright angels do hail thy reception in Has.
ven.
With anthems aud praises to God and Ihetl
Lamb.
nrsixEss notices.
GO to STONE'S for eassimeret, Mnens,
eottonadet; Ivory, Sandal wood and Ebony
fana; Lace curtaint. Maraailes spreads,
Musquito ban; Ac, Ac.
STOP AXD READ THIS I ! !
You can buy the llest and Direst
Clarars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office!
Barct: Foa Sals iv Malta. Parties in
want of Brick are hereby notified that
they can be accomodated at the Dan
iels Farm, jnst above Malta. Those
who desire can leave their orders at
John Hall's store and they will be
promptly attended to.
HUTCIIINS A- BRICKER.
June 9, 1871-4w.
Ifew Goods
To be received at ADAIR'S Book Store
next week. They keep op with the wantt
of the age, and have a full and complete
stock of all Goods in their line.
VIOLIN and Guitar strings, fresh from
(be manufacturer, at Vincent's.
ALL grades of the Elgin and American
Watches in Gold ot silver cas at as low
Cenres as they ran be sold ia tbe United
States, at Vincent's.
CO THOUSAND collar., all s-s-s and
shapes, and 5 hundred Neckties, Boars,
Ac, of all imaginable color and stylus,
radv for oVI'verr at Siil's.
K AZORS ! Wostetiho'm and Wade
Eatch er Razors the largest assortment to
he feund in the plac all grades J"rom the
cheapest to the bneot make.
U. B. V1XCKNT A BHO.
MUSLIN, cotton and silk, dres cord.
and knitting cotton, of all usual numbers.
at Mil s.
, TI1S "Melbroth" collar, standing with
turnover points, at bui . -
ONLY CO cents a sett for the best tups
and Sanctis at - tbe Malta Qucnaware ts-
tablishuient.
BfljuThe met seasonable and fxcel'ent
style of WALL PAPEK are sold at A-
daib 6 fiM( Store.
IKY Goods, au ezeel'cnt stock, tnd a
bd display, cheap, et SiH.
R KM KM BER the pUce to get rood.
sound chewing tobacco i at the eisnr store
of C. E. Cochran, tlgn of Jim Crow.
WE warrant oil onr Carpets free
irom BhOdJr, at Mono s.
CALL and see those nice Diamond
bowls and covers and tlin?e nice glass pit-
oners at tne .uatra iaeensvrare store.
f UK a snpero pair ol suapeodtr, or a
number one Brittish half host go lo Sill's.
KIBBONS, Gimps, Fringes La-
cos, and Dress liuttong, now at
Stone's.
FOR tbe cheapest Qucenware and g's
ware in town, call at tbe Ma ta Q'ieens
ware store.
BUY your collars and ncktiea at Sill s.
The mast fashionable f tnck of Genu' furn
ishing eoods always on hand, and anything
ia tbe Notion line ordered on short notice
foryeu, if we bav'ntwbatyoa want.
PRODUCE taken ii: -xvhanre fr-rocd
Qaeeusware at tbe Malta Qjutcfcwjrj
store
DRY GdoJs and Groceries ia their pur
ity, and in say quantity to suit customers.
sold low ; a'SJ, try coliars at Sili'r.
C. E. COCHRAN keeps ihe driest and
beit cigars sod :h Guest cue wing lobiwco
in the market
- E TAR ! PINE TAR ! bow
al Stone's.
FOR tip top, cood, dry, and pure smok
ing sloe its, tips and charmers call on O.K.
Cochran. If you wish something inferior,
go elsewhere.
NEW lot of Tinnks, Valises, and
Baskets Stone's.
! !JiJ L.L UJLja
. MISCELLAXEOirg.
fi (XT I O R
AND
MILLINERY
STORE!
C. h. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALER IN
ymLINKRY GOODS,
v OEM STREET..
MALTA, OHIO.
53?. 3 US LN ESS 11(1X15 OH A
STKicrir cash ststem i
Nov. II 1870 -tf.
THi LAEGEST
QOEENSVARE STORE
In
R, L. JENKINS,
MPflETER IAD DEI LB I IS
QUEENS W ARK!
. CHINA !
v V
GLASS ! AND
E ART ITS N WARS I
North side of Center street, between
st and Penn streets,
McConnelsville, Ohio,
REASONS FOB PATRONIZING JEN
KIN'S ftTABUSHMENM
1st Jenkins imports his own (foods
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
2nd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in South-Eastern Ohio, and you
are enabled to get just what you want
do not have to take just what you
can get.
3rd. Livinc amongst as, Jenkins
helps to build op the business of tbe
community, and it is no more than
right that community should build
him up instead of going off to Zanet
ville, or some such point to buy your
goods.
WMim mom
.A.t Jenkins' in
April 21, ISTS-tf.
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GROVER Sl. IIAKER.
Ill II
t
lilHPi'S
SEWIMG
MACHINES
Wert awarded the hijfV.rnl Premtsmj at
tbe Stale i'airt of
New York,
Vermont,
New Jerser, .
Pennsjlvauia,
Ohio,
' Indiana,
Michigan,
Wisconsin,
and Iowa.
Kecfuekjr,
Tennessee,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Virginia,
.North Caro!ini,
California,
and Oregon.
First Prizes
Uavt also been awarded tbese Ifaebibfe
at the exbibiliout of
LONDON,
PARIS,
DUBLIN,
LINI,
BB-UNCON,
J9AY0NNB,
ST. DIZIBK,
k CHALONS.
Tlievery highest prise, THK CROSS
OF THE LKtilON OF HONOR, was
conferred on the representative of the
U rover A Baker Sewing Machines, at Ua
Exposition Universale, Paris, 1867, thns
attesliiia; their great tuperiority eter all
other Sswinj iltchinH.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
JButy and XttHeity Stit.
TVrrVfSien and Simplicity iizchinrry.
NofoiUning lam hy hand and nt
tfatti of thrtad.
Widtrtngiof application trilhtut thangt
01 adjuttmtnt.
The seam retains its beanty end firm test
after wasbingand irooiut;.
Beside Hoinp all kinds ef work d"ne by
other S-ing machines the Rlastie Stilch
machine executrs the moat heantilulaad
peroiMrnl Embroidery and cms sit ni
si work.
ALEX. FlN'LEt is the General
Agent for the sale of tho Grover &
Baker Shuttle or Lock Stitch Ma
chine and tbo Elastic Stitch or
Two Spool Machine, in the coun
ties of ilorgati. Athens, and link
ing, and bas his traveling Agents
all through these counties. Anj
persons wishing a first-class Sew
ing Mtchino, just wnat is needed
for family use, 6unld call on Mr.
Finley or ane f his Agents.
MJ 12, 18Tl-tf.
!
McCOXXELSVIlXE III SI CSS CARDS.
Dry Goods ! DryGoods !
W. U. & C. McCARTV, Dealers in Dry Good
Jfolioiw Ladies' Dress CoodSj Ladies' Shoes, Eilf
On the North side of Center Stroet. two doors last of Publio Square, JfcCon
uelsville, Ohio.
N. B. None hut the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept, and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. J April 21, 1871-ly.
Sql-wtoic. Tifr, kbc$, iobw Irihjhwgs, k:.
II. Jj US ORRIS,
South side of Center St., three doors East of Fublic Square, AfcConnelsvllle, O.,
DKAI.RR IX
II AUD WAKE, TIN WAKE. STOVES. STOVE TltlJIillNGS, CUTLE
J;Y, NAILS, ULASS, PLOWS, &c, &c.
N B. Agont for the sale of the "Acme iVower A Eeaper," an improvement
on the '-Cliiuax," which pnvf ur-ivpral ?atifction last season. Ap. 21 '71-ly.
mrjz s a el. .. au.aj9 xz: jk: o.c !
AMOS ISIS AD Y9
North side of Ccntes St., between England Tenn Sts., McConnelsville. Ohio,
lias Always to Oiler tu.fii imoiuers tbe Best Qualities
Ic, Ccffcc3, SiignirsJ, cIasscs, ipfi Sberiji.jiqcj
usually found m a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds cf provisions, in the market, always
on hand. I'ricea to suit the times. April 21, 1871 ly.
JOHjN ALEXANDER,
We keep on hands, and are eoostactly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
e hae, ali, u extensive Kittot P.tiN lb. DYE STUFFS, OILS and BKL'MK
ES, all of which we uffer to ihe I'uhiiu at the lowest market rates. Also, we iuvile
our cctt'imers to call tnd examine our Urge and well selected
STOCK OT WJLL PAPER I
WHICH VK AKK SKLLI.VU EICEEDINOTLW. .
April 2Sth, 1871 ly JOHN ALEAXNDER.
C. ROBERTSON,
VT. Cor. of l?nb."SqLi., jMcConnelsville, O.,
Dealer in
DRCGJ, SKSICIXES, PURE LEADS, MlXTSOILS, DIBS k BIS STUFFS, PE5FCIEXI,
and
fiS rh Tail-Ions' Prescriptions eareMlv compounded, and Paint ciiaetl to order,
April JI, lo7l ly. "
WOHLEY ADAMS.
F. II. KAULXR.
kukm a Lie
Dealers in
tXS-
Dry Goods, Giocerie Boots and Shoes,
(X. W. U.irntr Eiist and Centre Streets)
Al'CONUELSVJLLE, OHIO.
NKW (iOODS received reju'ar'y. The highest prite paid for COUXTRT
ritOI JCK iu exchanee furtiooi).". I'Jay 4,Tl.-ply.
llitL DcxtMooa. A. M. Desimoob.
II. DUNS MO OR & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCRXri UIHf, to-witt CllAlKvi, TA BLES, BUBEAS, BED3TE.VDS,Ae X.,
- A t their J?A LK ROOMS ia
McCOyNELSVJLLK AISTD MALTA .
K. B. They employ rone but Crat-clats mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tneir
Platform is: "Gouj work, gooJ av aud low prices I" April Jl, Wl Sni.
U N D E R T ARERS!
It. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
.orth-East corner of Centre and Penn Streets.
McConnelsville, ohio.
Keen eonstantlv on hand a complete assortment of Coffins, Bnrial Case. Ac. and have
IntLeir employ R-ibert A. Pinkertcn. who will make this department ol businessa spe
cialty, lo c jnrsecli'-n w.ib their bu-inrs, they have fitted np a first-class
MVEKY ESTABLISHMENT,
And a-e prepared tn furnish allputruhs with whatever they may want in their LINK.
ilay ii, ly. ....
The Sash & Door Factory,
. McCotinelsviile, Ohio,
Fnrnishfs to orJer FLOORING. WEATHER BOARDING, S'fJIXG, CKILIXU "
SAdtl. S H UTTKU3, BLIN DS A D00R3.B0X A COM.VOX WIN
DOW FRAMES,. BRACKETS,' BATTONS AND
M0UI.DING3. ALSO,
rialnlnc; A. Matching, Scroll Sawing it. Ripping; Done to Order.
Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21. 1871 ly
U. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
'II. SPENCE,
Dealer in ITatsand Caps, on Center St.,eastof Pub. Square, McConnelsville, O ,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
"Very Latest Stjdes of HATS and CAPS !
KEVT GOODS Received With Every Change In tho Seasons!
S- ETEMTEIXfl SOLD I0W FOS CASH! -a
t& The Highett Catk Meet paid for MinkSkunk, and Coon Skins !
April 21, 1871 -ly.
Grocery and Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEY have on hand, at all limes,
the best of
TEAS, C0FFEE3, SUGARS. .WLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY ,
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 hut tho
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the bet quality.
Flour aoKI by the sack at the lowest rates. April 21, 1871 ly.
ZAXESVILLE BISIXESS CARDS.
W. II. hUTLEDGE.
F. G.UAlLEV
llutledge & Bailey.
Alters' Block, So. 56 Main Street, fcanesrllle, Ohio.
IlaVe rned a complete Stock of Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brnsstls, Exfia Su
per. SrperGne, Medium Sniiera, Ingrain, Venetians, Dutch Wool, Cotlace, Hemp,
and Rag Carpet. A LSO Wall Papers, Window shades, Matt Rags. Oil Cloths. A. ,
Apenta for Uarbleised Mam lea. Ws iavits the Fablio to call and eiamiaa onr
stock. . June S, 1871.
James Riley,
MATCrivrrRta or
I3 BOOTS AND SHOES,
Opposite Hnmmej'1 Grocery
Store,
On Centra St., McConneltvil?, O.
KJu Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
LADIES' and gents' kid f loves, linen
collars sqiI roff, great variety ef em? bnt
tooi, c, at Sill's
TRUNKS, baskets, hayi, valises, set
chels,' As., at less tbeu tbe Eastern rates, at
Sill's.
CLOCKS ! Clocks 1 1 Clnefcs ! ! ! All
styles and prices, at Vincent's.
W.Handtome Pictcrs Fbauss nowal
ADAIR'S.Book Store.
"WE advertise to call attention of tl
people to oar (foods atd prices, bit
have for sale 10 000 articles that never ap.
pear in type. Call at Sill's and atk for
anything.
ia-The cheapest WALL FA?ER i
told at Asair s Boek ?tore.

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