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I THE INDEPENDENT.
lOftEPH A -CU.T, BDITOB AXB raOralSTOS.
M'CONWSLSVIIiLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . . 0. IftTl.
1? . B IvTS
THIS PAPER.
SISOLE USCRIPTIOtf.
One copy, one yetir, wben
not paid la advance, $2.,9
One copy, one year, casb
in advance, &
TO CLUBS. .
To a Clob of fen, one dol
lar and thirty-Ate cent
each. $13.5S
To a Club of fifteen, one
foliar and twenty-five -cuts
each,. . US.?,
For the Campaign of lSli60
Cents per ( opr.
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i. !','l"v(twi win ot
Twooiu ',n' C' '
a"Aya
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Most of the Malta business houses
will be closed on the Fourth of July,
as announced last week.
Remember the closing Exercises
of the McConnelsville Pab. Schools
that lake plase to-day-.
Evietbodt that has used the ro
ver & Baker Sewing Machine pro.
nounces it superior to all others.
Remkmicb. .the Temperance Basket
Meeting at Jldiit Uville, on the Fourth
of July. Speaking to commence at 10
o ciocic, A. m.
Fhed and Geobqx. at the "City
Shaving Saloon." are dtiiHg tbtir
very prettiest to please their pa-
trots, and they always succeed.
Bt aston. who nscd to think the
password, "Piohib.tion is not a
failure," ouDt to be indelibly
stamped on every tcmpcrence man's
heart, will vote Ibr every wbiaky
and beer gnez'er that appears upon
toe Jlepublican ticket thin Jail.
T. J. ccArtft, of , TJnionvilIe,
this county, was struck by light
ning while at work in a wheat 1
field on last Saturday afternoon.
r a - .
tie laid nnconseions .Jar about six
hours. According to the latest in
formation we have had from him,
he will recover,
STi.Vtax. whd thinks he can bcsl
subserve the Temperance cause by
remaining in the Republican narty,
will vote for James Williams, tin-
publican candidate for State Audit
or, who, according to Hon. W. P.
Sprague, has not got a principle a
gainst walking np to the bar of a
saloon and taking a glass of Whis
ky.
Totic T. C. Veatch's card in
another column. Veatsh is situated
three doois" north of the PosUOfiice
and is always ahlo to fill your order
for a cor.itortable fitting boot or
Shoe. His stock of ready-made
werk is always complete ; and he
s ever reaJy to do repairing as
heat as the neatest and aa cheap ai
the cheapest.
Fount- 0 Jclt Pic 2 10. A
Temperance Pic-Nie, under the
management of the McConnelsville
Lodge of Good TerHnlara; will g3
from here to Duncan's Falls, and
back on the Fourth of Julv. The
steamer Mink undertakes to carry
the PicOiicers Jor fifty cents edeb,
ibe round trip.
Marshal Dgtto.-, and an assist
ant from Marietta, arrived here on
Tuesday r.iyh't a I aboflt 10 o'clbck,
n quewl of John Armstrong, aeons-.
lot stabbing Stevenson, at
Marietta; on lust Saturday night.
They arrested two brothers' of
Armstrong whein they foil rid hero,
but could not fina John, ibe two
brotHeri hot beitir concerned in the
Stabbing affray, they were dischar
ged, and Dutlon and his assistant
returned home TTedneeday morn
ing, their If ip fere having been
fruitless.
OS last ofd'ay evening, tie
jlalta Ii6'3ge of Good Templars gave
cake and raspberry fbstival, to
kichan invitation. had been ex
tended to the McConnelsville
Lodge. By soifie means or other;
we think bt the members of the Mc
Connelsville Ltodgo' not beifcg gen
erally aware of the in'vitticn, but
small delegation attended ffom
this side of the river. Those (h'a(
were aware of it, and that attend
ed, were most cordially received
and very hospitably treated. The
Lodge Boom was specially fitted up
the occasion, and presented a
very neat and attractive appear,
nee'. A general good leeliug per.
vaded the entire assembly, and
(here was no lack of gcod, social
intercourse. If the Ccb'd Templar
Lodges of the Cooniy would but
iraifce this effort of tie Malta
Lodge, in the avtT "rViniorYaV'
would be beneficial t8 the eas,e.
tYrr-fx a htlle pter two years,'
Hon. Richard tanton, Republican
ts
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He
for
his
candidate for Representative, and
James B. M(cGrew, Republican can.
didale tor Auditor, were dreadlully
earnest Prohibitionists on the sty.
They hooted the idea that "Prohi
bition is impracticable : they de
nounced the old poITuciu parties aa
corrupt and as being controlled by
Whisky and Lager Beer influ
ences i the were strongly in favor
the forcistidn of the third party.
strongly were they in favor of
organizing a third party in Morgan
county, that Stanton offered to give
ono hundred dollars toward start
ing a Prohibition pap'cr here, and
McGrew offered to take and pay for
fifteen copitt ot said paper if it could
started, uan any oody account
the change of opinion in tnes)
then, if they were honest then' and
honest now 7 Has the Repub
lican part taken any more advanc
ed position on' the Temperance
questioi. than it occupied wnen
these men' denounced it T. Is there
any lees necessity for a Ffohibiliou
party than there was two years
ago ? Is the Bbpa Wean' party an j
less corrupt thin it was wh'en they
said they Wet's, disguteif with its
corruption ? Kow that tfi'e 13th,
rfth, and 15th Amendments to the
Condtitdticn' ot the Uuited Slates'.
aYe ev-ogniitd by fail parties aS
pd'rfioho' of" the? f irndtrraetrtal Uw" of
ttfs Whole con'ntry, is thef'e greate
necessity for the Republican party
rule than there was before th
lath Amendment became a part of
National Constitution ? Proba
these gentlemen can answer
tueeo questions aatisiacwruy 10 toe
people. Zl losy can,
we would be
glad to hear oi their doing soi i
. A Word Hint There retbose
in this community that are assert-
ing 'hat the charges we hate made!
against the Republican candidates
are untrue. We want all each to
understand that we have not pub-
lished anything about these indt-
victuals bnt what we can prove by
the oaths of jinitripeacMbU witnesses;
and, lartherrriore, we do not intend
to publish- anything reflecting on
any candidate
prove,
that we cannot so
There are nt hers that are Sarinff
that alt oar efforts are directed a-;Of
gainst the Republicans. It is true)
that we've a great deal more to say
agaihst the feepribllKans than wo do,
against the .Democrats, but there
are good and substantial reasons
for this. First, the Democrat do
not make any pretensions toward
being a Temperance party. It is
true they claim to have as many
temperate men in their party as the
Republicans have in accordance
with their numbers, but iho Demo I
crata don't pretend to be a Temper
ance party one that would carry
rut any Temperance reform. On
the Other hand the Republicans
olaim to bo"-"the part of mural
ideas," and the only avenue thro'
which a Temperaco reform can be
effected, at the same timo doing no
thing to effect such a reform. Sec
ond.ai. we have before slated, the
Republicans have an organ here.
and the . Democratic Party
have nofe. , This Republican
organ is continually fighting our
party, calling us lanaf.es, pretend
ing to be a Temperauce paper in
order to bold tHe tf fftpefanee vote
of the Republican party, and at the
same time patting the- "whisky and
beer men on their backs and call
ing them good fellows. We care
no more for one of tfe'e old pri,i s
than we do fer the other. Th'ey
are both corrupt and working for
nothing but the Spoils of office. We
are woraing for the benefit of the
Prohibition fcanv solely, and re
pursuing Ihnt cour6e that in our
judgment will build it up the soon,
est. Thoao who are continually
maligning bur mbtivea will proba
bly live to see that they judge us
wrongly. .
The "Open Meeting" at the Mc
Connelsville Good TeriipIarV Lodge,
on last Friday evening, wa- opened
by prayer by Rev. J. P. McLano.
of the Universalis Church. T. A.
Turner addressed the assembly for
about thirty minfatea', and was fol
lowed by Rev. McLane", who occu
pied about the same time. The
meeting was a good ofie, and wai
well attended.
Tee Prohibitionists Of Cincinna
ti are organizing and demanding
that the Sunday Liquof Laws shall
be enforced in that cut, whereup
on, the saloon keeper tiavv helJ a
meeting and declared that it was
equally as unlawful for the Clergy
preach in tte pulpits on the Sab
bath, as it was to sell poison at
their saloon bars, and they say
they will stop keeping their sa
loon's. Often on the Sabbath and
spend their time in hunting down
the Clergy that fill the pulpits on
the Sabbath. This they are going
do ih order tb make the Sunday
Laws odious. They are also going
Stop the sale of milk, bread, tc.
the Sabbath, claiming that by
such a con'rsb they will forco the
people tb stop meddling with their
bhsinecs. We like to soe this ac-
'on f the saloon keepers for the
reason that it will awaken the peo
ple to a lnlU;r vioW of the enormi
ties of the Liquor Traffic, and will
cause tberh to more periectly org
anize against it;
JeH Sherma is the Republican
United States Senator from Ohio,
was Ih Columbus at the time of
the late Republican State
Convection, manipulating the Con
vention so as to aechro his re-elec
tion next w.uter if the Republicans
succeed ia controlling tho next
Ohio Legislature; At his rooms
during the sefsio'n' of the Conven
tion, he hsd aWi'n'daM stores ot
wines, brandiea, c, rtith which to
regale his friends," 6V those whom he
designed to tn'aCe bis frfcrMs. Is
this a fine op'eliacle fof life par
ty of pretended "great rt'orl ideas"
present through its chosen chief
Ohio? The prefended tenr per-
ance party of Ohio has a Tau ftr
leader that surrounds inmselt
and his friends with alc6holic in
toxicants
tliin
an:e
Eublican parly,' if eiecteJ '.o Uu
legislature (his Fallv Will voie tor
Sherman for United States Senator!
will vote for a mao that drinks
ntoxlcating drinks t Be will vote
a man that "puts the bottle to
nere&bor s lips" t Out upon
sucfu hypocrisy !
tieanta I Stanton, th& man whojry
inks he will further the Tcmji-r- j
se cause fc'y temaiiiiAg in the 11 u- 1
er
THE MARKETS.
M'CONNELSVILLE
RETAIL MARKET.
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 29TH.
20
25
25'
20
25
Butter. nr nounH. 1& to 18
Brooms, per dosen, $2 00 to 2 25 1
Candles, ner round.
Star Candles, per pbuncT, . .
t ut t ta cnorse Uio, per posnd,
Fatr ITlo. do do
Good do fo do
Lacuayra tfo do
Java, per pound, . 25 to 2S
lneese, per pound, la to 18.
EVs, per dozen. TO to 12 1-2
MSli, Mackerel, per half bbl. 00.
lAke Herring, do do tl 75
Potomae do do do $9..0
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel, f 1 25
Corn, do do 65
Oats', . do do . i 3p
Hay, per ton, . . , S10 00 to 12 00
SYRUP N. Orleans per gal., $1 Ott
Golden' Syrup, do do 80 to $1
BACON" Haniper pound, 12 1-2 to 15
e'ides, , do do 8 to 10
hhoulders", . . de do 7 to 9
Riee, per pound, 10 to 12'
SUGAR Brewn. per poued, 10 to 14
White sugar, do do 15 to 17
Salt, per barrel. SI 50 to I 75
TEA Y. Ilyson, per lb. 1 00 to 1 50 J
Black tea, do fl 00 to 1 20
Japan tea,, do 91 20 to 1 50
TOBACGO-Black, 6p to 75
Bright tobacco, ; . 80 to 90
Tallow, per pound., .. , , -. ?.
PoUtoes, new, per bsshel, SI 50 to 2 00
Woof per pom!. r.-rc? o
,
in
of
.
,
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
On Monday Evening. June Zuth,
cattlo were quoted, at the Brighton
Jfens, at from 20 to o au per
hundred pounds ; Shoep at from
$2 50 to S4 ner hundred pounds :
Hpgt, at from H to 4 25 per bun-
dred pounds.
,
at
Baltimore Cattle Market.
Thursday, June 22d, 1871.
Bee? Cattlb The market yes-I
terday active, nbeut 775 head than
red hands. Best beet.es at $5a7
12 ; generally rated first quality
at 75a6 ; media -ri .or good fair
Quality at $4 50aJ4 "5 ; ordinary
j thin teem, oxen and cows at S4a4
; SO : inferior and lowest grades of
cattfo, $0 trome range of prices,
$47 12i. Most of the sales were
! from $5 25 to 86 50 ner 10(5 nonnda
the receipts, 53 head came from
Maryland, 422 from Ohio, J 84 from
f Pennsylvania, 82 from Virginia,
and 34 from West Virginia total
! receipts lor the week, 1,251 head,
against 855 last wecir, and 1,1 65
same time last year.
J Sheep The supply of sheep has
been light again during the past
week, and prices in consequence
! have, advanced fully . Jc. per lb.
since last report good qualities
particularly are ecarco and in de
I
mana. e quote at iijrtc. per lb;
gross, as to quality. Stock sheuyiatJ
Sl60a2 75 por head.' Lambs $2a4 ;
per bead. Receipts J. hi 3 week 2,092 J
,icai against 1 73 j last week, and i
li'l 1 . 1 !
OjV jv neau eame 11 mo laiiyear.
Itb'bs The supply earlv m the
week having heen pretty ffeil sold,
prices advanced about c. as com
pared with other quotations last
wiek, but toward tho close of th'o
market to-day prices wore rather
welk, the supply being dull an
over supply wunld cauo fates, to
recede again. We quo to at $6 50a
7 per 100 pounds net, tne latter for
choice light hous. which are in
good demand, while heavy ones are
dull. Receipts this week 7,478 head
against 5,944 labl week, and 6,832
litji.Kuinr lime lust year.
MARRIED.
TCBKY "ANN -On Tuesday, tHe
V?th of June, 1871, at thn residence
Off. l. Chesdle, ol Mc'- onnBlcwill.
by Itev. I?. K ; Kdgell Hev. Ruben
"fjobey, of Fort Wayne. Indiana, and t
Miss Nettie 'ann, of Windsor tp. j
Morgan county. Ohio. ... j
-pesdi
crtivn tb
LOOK HERE I -Tito 0' the bt
rtn m Rnnki vad wr fiawr. ant twint. !
paid. ?6 20 cents. Address J. It. 80
PHER, Bosseau, Ohio. 2w.
THE best place in Morgaif ftvPnjy,
buy Notions, or Gents' Kur;Visi;ig
Goods, is at SILL'S, and for the irasou
that their stock is the largest and ihv
most variable and their prices Ihe te
ry lowest !
GO to STOJfE'S for 3.i mr, liiiero,
eottonndes; Ivorr, Sanda! wcod rih! K'.0"7
ftiun; Iaca run u Hiti.:cs tjrends,
Mrirquito bsr; &., Ae.
VTAI.I. PAI'KR,
And lots of it. at AIM IK. -5 Bok
Store, of the choicest patterns, and
trimmed rant or charge.
STOP Al RC.tl) TtUS I I i
You ran buy the Best aao Ui-y-
est Clsrars at Pat. Swrmey's,
nest door (e the Post Office t
kSLmqwing- Machines i
GRAIN CKADLESl
STEEL TOOTH AND
DEVOLVING HayRuke!
For sale hy Cuchran, Herman A Co.
June 30 2 w.
BUY your Dry Goofs and Groceries'
at Sil 's Their stock is eomple'.e I
FREEMAN'S Bazor Strops? The best
Strop in the market, are sofd en ap
prcral I hare never had one returned!
H. B. VINCENT St LKO.
Pocket niblea !- . .
New stock of I'oceet Bist.u just re
ceiwed at A 1A1 B'S Book b'tore, and sell
ing at low prices
BUY your collars and Neckties at
SILL'S.
School Books t!
A fine supply of School Books receiv
ed this day at ADA1US Book fetor,
where all kinds used in the schools of
this County may always be obtained.
llXlR WORK! Book of designs
furnished customers on application.
orders promptly executed. Call at
Vincent's
TRUNKS, large or small, satchels of
every aize, alises ana Bags, at Jess
than Ejst ere' rates, at SILL'S.
SUPass Books, Srr Glasses, TTai,
Hat, and I'lotiirs Brcsbes. received this
week at ADAIR'S Book Store. !
HOLLAND'S Gold Pens I Eery pan
warranted I Used by all Book-keepers!
For sale at Vincent's.
DRY G00H I Dry Goods 1 1 Dry !
Good's I ! ! at SILL'S. j
'Little Men,"
By Miss L. M. Alcott a sequel or
companion volume to "Little Women,"
and i!l which most of the characters of
that book are introduced Just receiv
ed at DA1R' si BookSto're. It isajol
ly book. 1 all and get a copy without
D suspenders, the best ev
ceen 1 tins niai Kei, at am a.
HI H HONS. GiriiSs. Frmvs. La-
ces, and Dress ij'uit'os, now aV
Smii. j
Shavlna; Soaps It , , , , ,., I
New stock and excellent quality of :
Shaving SoAi-sjust received at ADAIR a
Book Store. Try thmi.
ONE dozen Ladies brown traveling 1
baskets, all sizes, just received at f.
Sill M Co s.
Bsick Fob Salk is M u.ta. -Jarti in
want of Brick are h-reof notified that
thry can be accoinfiatU at the D.in
ieis' Farm, just etx.ve Valt '1'h.n
who' desire can !.. 'S-rr orders at
John Hall's fctore a-.;J they will be
uroiiiiitiv atienrted t .
J " :iru'i'ts:r4ss a E3:ciES.
Jirne 9,' 1871-4 w. t
2laflouery ! Stationery!: r
New supply of STATtOKsav this' day
receiv'e3'at ADAIR'S B'o)k Store. .They
have row iu stock and always keep' (he
best Warriico PiPta, ETsTKLOPts, A'bns,
fxc, Mv'ftoLDKta, I sad Pencils, tc. Al
ways go to ADAIR'S Book More if you
want to get first class Writing material.
NO ycrung man can be well dressed
without a .tie er bow, and a neatly fit
ting collar, the place to find these
articles in their greatest perfection and
endless variety of styles, it at Sill's.
No goods misrepresented, nor no run
down stock offered. Try them.'
WB warrant all our Carpets free
from shoddy, at Stone's.
HEfP dusters at Sill's.' A nics let
Bird Cages, just opened to-day-some
large ones for xed or mocking
Birdi.
Kose Tint rnltlifl Paperf .
An additional supply of this' lash ion
tble and very popular Initial Papsr
just received at ADAIR'S Book' Store.
- NEW lot of Trunks, Valises, and
Baskets Stone's. .( a , ,
JlCll A 13 sritciea, Brashes. Toilet
coitp, B acking, Uair Pins, at SILL'S.
Brushes! Brushes!!
New and excellent stock of Clothes
BacsBsa, Hat Bbusbrs, LI air Brcshks,
&c, received this da at ADAlR'd
Book Store, in good supply.
1-INE TAR I riSfl TAB ! now
Stone's.
B0YS Collars, Boy's Neckties, and
TJny'sfock" and mpndrs at Sill's.
.
IM-rmsoral
81 li II
SEWING
MACHINES
Wert awarded the sijhtst PremisaiP at
ths Stats Fairs of
Nswiot;j t
Vermont, '
New jersey,
Pennsylvania,
. Ohio,
Indiana,
iiiohigaB,
TTisoonsin,
and Iowa.
Keclueky,
TenneUso',
Mihflonn,
Alabama,
5"!Ssfs'S:,pit
I
Virjjioia,
crth Cnro'inia,
California,
and Oregon.
FirVPri2di
b in awardsd these MaebiLta
at the exiiieiiioos of
LOJTDOiT;
PARJ3,
iuBLlK,
BESASCOif,
BATONNlt,
ST. DIZIBU,
1 CHALONS.
m ? M Mm
Tlievrw his-Hest prtBe. THE CRO.-S
O'' TUX'LfcttlON OF HONOR, was
cmtrmd 00 the reprrwenlatiwe ol. the
(jiowrr A Baker Sewing Mar.hines, at ibe
Kxiii.Hi (Juiveraalie, Paris, 1867. hns
tu-iiiyt b-ir rreat Hiicrierity ever alt
oiSvr Sowing MichinM.'
i 3-1 , I iH
FOi:itS OF EXCELLENCE :
Utemty and EUtticity of StitK.
T'trfectitH and Simplicity f iiachintry.
Kofaittning tf termt ty hand mnd n
fttit of thread,
Widt rn f applicitii ititAmt thangi
ot idjvMtmtHt.
. . .
The seam retains Its beauty and ErtaiiCJS
after washing aud iroainjf.
Bsi'drs doing ail kinds ol woik dnas by
other Srwing machinra lbs Klastie S'-itcU
machine rxecutrs the most heautilulaao,
Embroidery and eroaBenl
el work.
ALEX. F1NLET is the General
Agent tor the sale of the Grover &
Baker Shuttle or Luck Sutch Ma
chine and tho .Elastici Utitfcli or
Two Spool. Machjno,, in the fpuu
tios of Aforgafi. Athens', and Hock
ihg, and has his traveling Agents
all through these counties. Any
.parsons wishing a first-class Sew
ing Machine, just what is needed
tor family use, should call on Mr.
Finley or one of his Agents.
May 1?, 1871 tf.
ten
McCOXXELSTILLe BCSI.vESS CARDS.
Boots and Shoes!
T . C. VE AT CH,
UANCFACTTJREK bF BOOTS AND SHOS, Odd Fittow Buildiso,
Oh East Street, McConnelsmlle, Ohio.
Boots and Shoes, for l!ir, Grots, sad Children, msnolaetnrrd to ordr q the ihort
est poible notice. Npseimt the nest nf Stock worked. qd .a fit always rusrantrH.
A GOOD AS.SORTM tJiTo B.wMa and Shoes altajs on hand lor tons who want fo
boy rfsdj-msde ork. B-COBBLlNUdooe Ststlj ao warranted sh iv perfect
satisfaction. Girt us a call. T. C. YKATCIl.
June 30lh, 18T1.
n. t. mourns
South side of Cetaisr Hi, three doors East of Public Square, JfcConnelsTllla, O.,
. . DHALSB IK
HARDWARE, TlNWARE. STOVES. STOVE TlUXIMlJfGS, CUTL3
JY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, Ac., &e.
X. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jfcwer k Reaper.'' an improvement
jn the "Climax," which gave universal satisfaction last season. An. 21'71-Iy.
AMOS OlEAOY,
Xorth sideof Center St., between. East and Penn Sts., McConjielsvi'le. 0l'
lias il&ays to Offer to 1IU.4 natomera tbo Best qualltleaor
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B.. , Fl
en hand.
lour b'y .thq sac?, arid all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
Prices to suit the times. April 21. 1871 ly.
JO Hi. ALEXANDER,
W keep n Ltiiids, od r eoostaotlj reef irlpg
LAiitE. STOCKS OFfiKtGS AXD IEDICTXt'S!
h", al, auextensive line ol P.-.1N lb. Dir. S I L FF-, OlIS ami HhL'Mt
E", ah of which we (fer 10 hs Poftlic .t ihe I'.west mrki-t ratrs. Also, we inviu
oar ci'kt'itliers 10 rail nd tisnxne vur latge and wall wtf-ct-d
Stock: of wll papkr i
WMIOM WK. ARE SELUAti tiCJElJIXGLYLOW.
April 23th, 1871 ly JOHN ALEAXNDER.
t 1 ,
i . OBE11TSOa
T; "W: Cbf. of I?ub. Squ., ArcCoaTie'aville, O.,
Dealer in
DECCS, StBDICEIEJ, Pl'RB LS1DS, PAlHs, OILS, DISS & DIE STCPFS. PFCERi,
and
'1T9 XI La'S7 l7 BL gf
0V ?hvic!aDs' Prescriptions ecrefu!! compoandaJ, sd1 Paiui mixed to ordar.
Ajiril Jl, 1SI ly. ... . , .
Vi'OIILEY ADAMS.
F. M. E AULAS.
A
lUHta&R,
I
Dry Goodsj Giocerie.S' fiools and Siiae5;
heaters in
-sa
(N. W. Corner Bast and Centre tfcts)
. WCOXXELSVILLE. CHIO.
sv NKW GOOD;4 reeivi-d regn'arty. The b'gliest p-i. e ji"l tor COUNTRY
PKODJCK in eXi-hange lor Goods. . lj 4 "71. ly
Hiil Dcxs-vtoa.. - A. M. Dcasaooa.
II. DUNSMOOR & NOi,
. Keep on -and a very large Stock of
rCflNITURK,' to-i't: CUAlRf, TA ELKS, IIURKAS, BEDSTE ADs-'.Ac, At.,
At their SALE KO -31 in
icCOsrsrE3,sivii.LT. visrr r ajlta .:
r . . . .... ,
. B. Ther employ rone but first-elata meshanies, and warrant all their work. Toeir
Platfarm is : -God work, good j ar and low prices I" April II, 1SU Ira.
UNlJE it TA R E R S !
R. D. J0ILNS0N & C0.',
.worlli-East corner of Centre and Penn. Streets.. .
- . UcCqxxelville, onto,
eep constantly on band a complete assortment of IVfhns. Bu il O m, Ae., ai.d have
io their empluy R ibert A. Pinkerton. who will make ibis d'jartm-nt ot.hosiuesa spa
tially, la conneclibn witb their na-iovn. they liav d'led np a Drt-ciass
LI f Kit I ESrAuLISIlu vN 1, .. , ,
And are prrpartd to Itarnifh sil pitrons with whatever llj mav waot Io thtir LINK.
May 1, 1871 ly.
The 5ash & Door Factory,
MeConnelsvi le, Ohio,
ri'rniikes" to order FLOORING. WKATHKR BOARDING, S'DINO, CKIUXG
8AS.SHUTTKas, BLIND k DOORS. BOX k COMJIfQN.WIN
DOW FRAMES. BRtCKE'S, BATTONS AND
MOULDING. ALSO, .
llalnlBg k. fVatchlng, Scroll Sawing A. Ripping Done f o Order.
Oak, Poplar and Piae Lumbar bought and soM.
April 21. 1871 ly
II. M. WELL, SuperinlndenL
H. fePENCi:,
Dealer in flats and Cape on Center St., east of Puh Square, McCennelsvIlle.O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Vefy Latest Styles of ETTS andJ.PS !
IEf GOODS Receved Mfitb Every Ctaange In t'o Seasons'
- EVEfifTII. SOLD LOW F0 Cl!
ST The Eightit Caik Vieat psid for Mink, Skuak, and ('eon "Jkias I
April 2i, 1371 -ly.
,
Grocery Uhd I'roYisiun Store I
D. & W. aUJ.MMEY;1wvc on bana. at ;x!t limes,
the best of ... , , . , , .
TR AS, COFFKJj.fcCUARrf JM'OLA:s, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply ol All Kinds of Provf stons In thlV Market.'
X. B. Thrir Meat 'iarket.is ojjen at all hours pf the day. None but the
best of Cattla killed, aiditnaequently their beef is always of the bst quality.
Flour sold by tie sack at the lowest rates. April 21. 1371 - ly.
Dfy Go6ds I Dry Hood !
V. II; & f. McriliTi7, Dealers in Dry tioA
rfolfo'-V Ladirs' Dress Cods I.atTfs Fhors ' Efe
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JeCen-
nelsville, Ohio.
X. B., None but the very best ajuality of good's of any kind ever kept and
alwavssold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladles' Dresa Goods made a 'SPECI
ALTY . - Arril ar.-lS71J-.-M
W. t. hOTLliDGfi:
F. (f.UAlLEY
Ilutlddge & lailev
Alters Block, If o. 5 Main Street, Zanesviile, Obfaf,
Have opned a complete Stock of Yelvets, Body ard Tapestry Bnissela, Extra 80'
pers, frperSas?, Mdiom Supers, lngrs'm, Venetiao-i, D-rch Wool, CVuire, Hemp, j
aad Kar CarpeU. ALAV. Wall fapers, w inflow shade, I'.atU Kaxs. Oil Cloths Ac.
Areata for Marlr'srs Mtntle. We iavite the I'nb'ie to call and examine our
le Jsofj 5, 1871.
MICELA.EOrS-
BUKllOUGH & CO.;
Wh!e leand BeUil Dealers in and mat
nfaetorers of .
JG3
mmm
PLAIN AKD FANCY
WORK
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
AND
endrf-ateed. to Give Perfect
Satlsractlon.
Bedsteads,
WINbSOR CHAIRS,
Tarlor TTork and Chamber
Setts,
To suit Purchasers.
Salt Rooms, '. 70 Main Strref't
ZANES TILLE, 07770,
IT. TJ. Caaii paid for seasoned Lumbar.
C-U.SX.-r.
Slit g-Har Xtt lUg mz.
A K tpwawe the Preara 1
latsa S tor reeele Xew aa 1 r k
tael Mta( t-eri Vaeaana, . Tr
km aoaal Men, WortankTU afeen, aad m. I y.m
aar ol Beoaat Folka. at Wlvaa, Saaa. a
Saaalrta ra sUaaaav
OK-T OTTK DOlR A T A.K I
6x. Brxs d corus roa iu.'
Or awe tkaa On C a Oopr. L t a
M Clak at svarv Post Osa.
aawaBM
Bn.wxxT smu an a tuc'
f tha him alsa aa4 iisiaul -ana rarta r aa
THT5 WBXLX.. tat. with a, STaaaeavarlacr
aitar lanaoaa nmtfat. ana fsi c a
na saaacnaais wh cnatw trm ta. taoaaaa
M taas twlaa a waak laataaa of oaoa sol tf.
, TOX DATLT 8C5, M A YUB.
A araSmlaantlT Vaa4slia aanpastar. vita
l r l aireaiauoa. ua vorio. ' rra. tsto-
, aca leaueaa m -poi . an a a
aw waeia.. T oaata a aoor aw .
9 s a anil, or jS a year.
. , .
TESM- to extras, .
, ik)-ak wiraii rtnC
rtvs soplaa, sea yar, aaaatasatr (SSnHwS
Tea eata, eaa yaae. aaearsSaiT aadr laiaa - i
aa earn saw agaar mr of oId),
Ktaks Delta -Taauir
flevtaa, eve Var, aeaaratetv alra
a laaaan aaosf Ut a grtcr ,p of eiao.
VUtava !..
VWr SOT. b yaar, to oe addnai taM
SaaaVwaakii' oaa j ' to rstt r aa of ob.
TfelnvhtM Uaa.
rtfT ravaa. em yaar. monmr aaeraaaad u
tat Sal.Waaaiaaarto ratter apofwa
Thirrr-aw .
Oaa awMtraS eotIea eaa vaar. to oaa au
(aiHl taa 1 U7 tat oaa raw to the i.m us
I aiaoj. ruiv iilr
Oaa hmt rod eopioa. a 7ar. t-raravcr r ,
Snaa aad lts&r lor oaa raar to th- r
asasalssM. are 1 all
t .
THI U3Il-W-7 SZ3.
Ilw aoal oi Taar.accafaattT xiilnwl,
... fan Mlm
taa ooBlas, ooa wr satratatv adliawil
aa a toosjr to ra ar op ol ctaty,
I MtsMk is
BXXO TOtTB MOXXT
ta Tgat OftVa) aeSara. aeaa, ae Ararat oa
Tort, araraver eoavaaiaat. . not. aa rai. a
awitilalrn awaay. A Uaat . '
L W. -XOTAVD. Pflbfjkar. .
aa oOsa, aw Tork C
THE MARRIED LA- .
raxvs
MEDICAL ASV!?P?.
eVtft 5 n'tamnt. At:wC-i.
fA5t L, ."5 0n teforaa'ioaoa. ,
wt At i s-- -
m " - So iiTT er rm :
VDO W ttUUTlM. -
ContaC-nlafo mfi . - .
JL-dTM: tLIZAiiLlH MrtTT. Si. l
- BitO dway. op p. Attor PUwa.. 5 .
BIH K ";'
Glad News!
- A prfB dstdI er is vrrnt m lleMff t"jw a
nia from improic or yiMtLhf a) 7rTor,rt.
tvoaadebiiit,-smul kn . ioiMUk4 -
PR. fE-L'S SPECIFIC, IltfE !:.
Tb -fta bm nmd wttboM ti w or httwrW svc
wiUk btiain , sad bo oina 0 fUc i ctrw
f DBL. BELLAS SPECIFIC PUJLfft .
win oar 1! orrjirBj- cmtM without, frarthr iL Tt j'
box semt b muui tud, o roint t 0M lK-T l - -i
Sod itnp tor anttie-enw. Ara:
liK. ROB T K. Bt-U TIS Brotvlwmr. Vmw Y
j tfrvVMMW.-
r.a .ii.i,,u
3mm
ttt n n is s
mhsi1 ate I Imam
iXw-pXXS, TAKT1 NO TICS.
; If too, vaai s nliabl nmmdf for Imflnla riH- -
Du EA&Tsrs cflaoio-TaEiuiiuxv;
Thy writ rvMrter tT sTPdiTy sad m awvrni
tl ofd i ry ca- PsiCI OKt DoLL-i.
d 6tMp for Or. Uimf i PiivM 34odi I C9rer
3)r. Hjurey's Oclden. artla. .
m TPHiSdy ftF dsnTTOOT tlinxT f"t '. I al aiso
aF AMD- SCCK, AMD T m A.l'a ro
L. 4PLO, tM i Umj iiw fU to rnOT th iont ti' -tnc
rmptoma. do utt(r bow lona? ttif bo oaC S
Pairs Piv Dollajli. Boa by ua il MOrlj s.of
tanreiMof rroay, by .
Db. JOfcl.f A&7ET. ?1S tnii, 5-. V
ovo and Matrimonii
jo
Tb iJicliom mmf tta 3wnd by fotiow tor -6
rule- aad il mu murf luo-tiy w.aboai r --
; to wMitb, asr or b4',uy. SodJ M mm Urn
AUAJi Lt'CILXE PEHA-R
ghlh All I K O, N- 1
yZy' Ro lia-liiorfpMcna &
ff f . s vifl Mr. aay aaaa of .
usisb niA wx ksl sioirrxr tsL -
SIOWS, IMPOTB-tCB. Ao. aad r la-1
U -..V. i te aaKaoShaa a. Sxara ta
Al tit ana who ao ad awl aow w A
Saa4ataa.ED GARTREADia
B-OAD WAT. S.
CAJARRH,
AO 1 1 HI,
JJ
Tha terriM diaaaaa. Catarrh, vfalrh f-
at a tarniinllaa Bfonohl i arl Oaa tnp ,
oisr
vtthont doabi. fca aatirair n orait-at atalt i
loa it atu All ram oaa po..tl.y-
3 U Art JliU
propar traatmani, al SLOW w01 ba fcrfaitad if aa
aaaa U Uum to eura aar a oto tnaJ r
Rev. MARTIN CUTT.ON'S .
Bomody is th sarMt aad bm for HwHfda asd
SjtM ar- im mjr mmm lb conmiwmm oi A urrb.
SASSAFRAS ( WITCH HAZEL
UB to ftW i ad ta bB la ail mmm.
:AD THE TESTIMOSV,
aad aaod omp for a etrcur. a. iliac toa art
of thaiia asd Tirtaaool, raqttr. A I
will Da H3( or vail on raeaipt of m jt .7.
paica TWBSTT-nvE cvm
' mt Ua rra i lmadtalr hj r "a
safruaod Witch Dl' E . A8A PRU
I oaa read witooat wixrlnf orv dIm and Ui wmm r
dm is entiroiy anoa alnoa aama rcur uFryu n
Wiieb Ru U M7Rjk.S BAitVia.
Your S m and Wit 1 BihI baa navar ;! m
ta i.a my haadaroa w a Sra aiont..
Mra. SAAH JOS.
AJdraaa, Rar. ATTV DTTTOT .
Bibla Rout 9w Taa-
mti viiirn tuimm
rr.TAKE NOTICE
uji-n m
ITA1T
uut
FOR ALL DISEASES
TO EAR- I IVm I AS1LY..
ari aoaf aa boewt compobww by tc
da4T7, vtCtW-t .ufriMj to atari Ufa .-
Tk Sttnt Is 0t t
ud.a7-ir:n-rtvvTuljtt trav-bra t
AOrTVTR ARE W ATTTT V mIT lb- Boob, aod tr-r
aan sm from S t U) sinar a 4t 5t fr traar
an-J wretiBaB oopr. PKi( OSK DOLLA.
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN OF EDEN.
IT WILL PEASE CVEBVBODT.
Saaal Pirrv CKXTS for rorw. and rr addiaas ta
MAMa- MAST MOOS a Statiaa P-. Haw Tark

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