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INDEPENDENT.
. RELLT, IDITOR akd proprietor.
302T.NELSV1LLE, OHIO :
'AT July 21. IST1
TEEH B
At
HIS PAPER .
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
copy, one Tear, when
t paid In advance. 2.00
copy, one year, cash
advance, $1.50
TO CLUBS.
a Clnb of ten. one dol-
r and thirty-five cent n
ch. S13.50
a Club of fifteen, one
liar and twenty-five
nts each, SIS.75
the campaign or 1571, 40
Cents per Copy
ALL DELINQUENTS will be
Srgecl up, in ail cases, at the rate f
fi Dollars a year.
new Democratic paper will
its first appearance next
ike
fcek.
iUOCHRAN. iJeZMAiTS Jo. are m
fceipt of a large assortment of very
(perior JUocust Hubs tor wagons.
IRkv. J. P. McLane has recovered
Iffieicntly from his recent illness
be again on the streets.
Vast improvements have been
ade in Ilolbrook'e Wagon Manu
ctory. A more extended notice
xt week.
Tux Stoamcr Siren left bore yes
day for another trip down the
hio, laden witb products of ibe
.uakingum Valley.
The Steamer Mink still plies her
acrular triDS between iere and
Eanesville. Who is it in this local
ity, that does not patronize the
Mink?
I Do you want a railroad f "Why,
res I yes ! eays almost every one
(The way to got it is to "corae down'
liberally with your cash. There is
n other way, "you bet'"!
The Steamer Jnlia elarts from
Zanesville, next Wednesday, on a
pleasure trip to Cincinnati and
back. Eight dollars pays lor the
round trip.
Miss? Sarah, ronnest daughter
of the late A. . V hisson.ol Bever
ly, died, of consumption, on Wed
nesdav last. Her remains will be
buried at Beverly to-day.
The J. H. Best is deserving of the
patronage of the Muskingum V al
ley men. 'ihere is no more aacom-
odatmg crew on the river than can
be found on the Besc Witb Ban-
as Captain, and Buchanan as Clerk,
ahe is winning her way to unpre
cedented popularity.
We understand ihi t B. P. Power
is organising a company for the
manufacture of his patent fuggy
and wagon springs. The compa
ny is to be called the "McConnels-
vijle Spring Manufacturing Com
pany, and is to carry on business in
the G. A, Powell blacksmith Shop.
There is nothing like enterprise,
and we say go in and win.
Teachers, and all others, that in
tend attending tha McConnelsvilie
.Normal School, to commence on
tht 29th, will be pleased to learn
that they will be , able to ."obtain
board in McConnelsvilie ana Malta
at from $3.50 to $4Jper week.
Those, who desire, can get rooms
at low rates and board themselves.
Rev. H. P. Miller, financial Sec
retary of Bachlel College, and oths
era, will hold a series of meetings at
the McConnelsvilie Universalis!
Church, commencing Frday
Evening, the 29th instant, and con
tinuing over Sunday, All are re
spectfully invited to attend.
July 21 2 w
2 Geo. P. Mossit has determined to
erect a three-story brick building
next Spring on the ground now oc
cupied by F. Sill & Co'e store and
Sprague's Drag storn. There is al
so street talk to theeffect that Jan.
K. Jones intends buying th S. F.
Williamson Jewelry stand, and
building a three-story brick ex
tending to E. P. Brown's building.
Two gentlemen (JYflf Unionville,
this County, one in debt to us
about $6 on subscription, and the
other $4.50, retarned their papers
last week with the message that
they did not want it any longer,
failiner. however, to send us the
money they owe us. The first and
last letters of their names are John
F. Ball and James S. Sherlock. Wo
ehall, hereafter, giyo publicity to
all such individuals.
Zauesville Livery. When you
go to Zanebville, and are in need
of a horse and buggy, call on J. P.
Springer A Co., ou Fifth Street,
adjoining the American House.
He keeps first-class horses, buggies
and carriages, and will charge you
only reasonable rates for their use.
Besides, Springer is one of that
class ef men with whom it is al
ways a pleasure to deal always ac
commodating, and always disposed
to make everything 'agreeable for
those who patronizehim.
Theater. McConnelsvilie is to
bo favored with a theater next
week. The "01 i Reliable" is to be
here and 'give entertain meets on
four evenings in Shepard's Hall,
commencing on Monday evening.
Helen D'Este, said toj bo one'of the
best actresses of the day, and J. G.
Stutls, a gifted tragedian, and W.
T. Johnson, a superior dramatist,
are a part of tho troupe. Such
plays as Hamlet, Romeo and'Juliet,
Hunchback, Lncretia Borgia, East
Iiynne, &c, will bo on tbe botrds.
A Base Ball game, between the
Hickory Seniors and Juniors, of
this place, was played en tbe Com
mons, in the Eastern part of the
town, ou Iat Saturday, resulting
in favor of the Seniors by a score
of 31 for them to to 18 for tbe Jun
iors, The Juniors went into the
game "with head and tail up," fully
expecting & victory; but it was
soon apparent that they hadn't mus
cle Buificiont to compete successful
ly with the Seniors, The Juniors
however, are plucky little fellows,
and have plenty of assurance, and
have challenged the Seniors to an
other game to be played next Sat
urday. The challenge has been
accepted, and lhose who like fun
will do well to be in attendance.
The Rail Road Quistion. Tbe
Herald intimates in its last lscue
that its about done talking railroad
until the people show a disposition
to profit by the talk. It has con.
eluded that it taken money, cot
gas alone, to build a railroad and
thai the people of Morgan can nev
er get one unless tbey determine
to pay for it. We made the name
discovery a year or more ago, and
we expect there are others in the
County that have done the same.
The people of Morgan are amply
able to build their portion of the
road, and will do it, if an earnest
effort is made to get the subscrip
tions. So, the whole thing is sum
med up thusly: Let those handling
tbe subscription books work ear
nestly and actively, and then let
those who want the road respond
liberally. This will give us a rail
road, and nothing short of it will
do so.
A Fenian over the water was
called on for a toast, He gave the
lollowing:
"All hiil, the American aiglet
Proud bird of freedom, all hail!
The fowl that no one can invaigle,
Orpnt salt on its beautiful tail!"
A Match for Shep. Tinker. An
exchange says:
"In Virginia is a man named Lu
cien Beard, who follows the lucra
tive profession of horse-stealing
with great perseverance, and with
a degree of success nearly or quite
equal to his industry. He is a man
who appears to be much respected
among his fellow citizens for his en
ergetic qualities, although people
who have suffered from his opera-.
tions do not look upon him as a
strictly useful member of society,
He has organised his business in a
manner which shows decided busi
ness rapacity. He has stands or
stations about thirty miles apart,
from northwest Virginia to North
Carolina and the South, in the
charge of trustworthy agents; and
horses after being stolen are run
from one station to another, until
they -ch a country where ther
18 no anger of their being identi
fied. Jben they are sold, and Mr.
Beard suitably divides the profits
among toose who are entitled to
shares. Mr. Beard is occasionally
arrested, but never stays long in
custody. He bas many warm
friends, and appears to De very pop
ular in Virginia.
THE MARKETS.
M'CONNELSVILLE
RETAIL MARKET.
REPORTED THURSDAY, 20TH.
Beans, per bushel, 2 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, ' 15 to IS
Brooms, per dozen, $2 00 to 2 25
Candles, per pound, 20
Star Candles, per pound, 25
t,Or.lS Choice luo, per pound, 2o
Fair Rio, do do 22
Good do do do 0
Laguavra, do do 25
Java, per pound, 25 to 28
Cheese, per pound, la to 18
E?gs, per dozen, 10 to 12 1-2
FI3U-Mackerel,.per half-bbL S6 00
Lake Herring, do do $2 25
Potomac do do do S9o0
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel, $1 25
(torn, do do 6a
Oats, do do 35
Hay, per ton, siu oo to iz w
SYRUP N. Orleans, per gal., $1 00
Golden Syrup, do do 80 to $1
BACOX Ilam, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
tnde, do do 8 to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to 9
Rice, per pound, 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown, per pound, 10 to 14
White suear, do
do 15 to 17
Salt, per barrel,
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb.
Black tea, do
Japan tea, do
TOBACCO-Black,
Bright tobacco,
Tallow, per pound.
Potatoes, new, per bushel,
Wool per pound,
ei 50 to 1 75
$1 00 to 1 50
$1 00 to 1 20
$1 20 to 1 50
65 to 75
80 .to 90
8
60
50
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets.
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets. Monday Evening, July 17, 1871.
Beef Cattle Tbe market open
ed with liberal offerings, a consid
erable number being left over from
last week. The supply was consid
erably in excess of thedomand, and
the market ruled heavy tboughoul
the day, though no material decline
was established. . The cattle re
maining in the rpcn were mainly
Cherokee and Texas cattle. We
quote common $3 (3 50; fair, S3 75
4; good, ?4 254 50; prime butch
ers' stock, S4 75, and shipping cat
tle ?4 75(35 per cental gros.
Sheep The arrivals wero light
hardly equal to the demand, and
the market ruled very firm at?3a4
per cental gross, as in quality.
Lambs sold at SI 75 to S3 per head.
Hogs Tbe market closed firm,
with a demand about equal to the
supply. Wequote light to heavy
averages 54 60 per cental gross.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
Baltimore, July 13.
Beef Cattle The market yes
terday in the beginning was very
slow, but alter a concession of Je.
ou tops and o. on medium and
common grados was effected, it be
came very lively some 1,100 head
changed hands. This morning tbe
balance of the offerings moved off
rather slowly at the ruling rates of
yesterday, ?46 75. Some 175 head
were reshipped East without being
offered here. Milch Cows Snch as
are on the marKet, which are not of
a very superior class, are selling
very slowly at 525 to 550 per head,
as to quality. Veal Calves The
chief demand is for good reals; we
quote at 47c. per lb., as to quali
ty. Prices to-day for beef cattlo
ranged as follows: Best beoves, 56
6 75; generally rated first quali
ty, $4 5C($6; medium or good lair
quality at ?44 50; ordinary tbin
steers, oxen or caws at f 0 O00 00;
inferior and lowest grades of cattle,
SO 00; general average of tbe mar
ket to day, $o 7a; extreme range ot
prices, $4 i 75. Moot ot the sales
were from 55 25 to ?H 25 per 108
lbs. Of the receipts. 65 bead came
from Maryland, 613 from Ohio, 254
from Virginia, 564 from West Vir
ginia, and 70 head from Illinois.
Total receipts for the week, 1,566
heed,' against 1.155 last, week, and
1,155 same time last year. Of the
offerings, 860 bead were taken by
Baltimore butchers, 134 bead sold
to country dealers and butchers,
and 392 head to speculators for
Eastern markets. Total sales for
the week, 1,386 head, against 1,006
last week, aud 1,005 bead same
tiroolast year.
a
Sheep and Lambs The market
has been quite fully supplied with
sheep during the past week, and
good qualities aro in fair demand,
while common grades (of which
there is not as low a quality as last
week) are very slow of sale. Open
wool stock sheep are in demand.
We quote fat sheep at 45c.per
lb. gross, as to quality. Stock sheep
at$l 502 75 per head. Lambs
SI 75(g,3 50 per bead as to quality.
Receipts this week 5,281 head,
against 5,474 lat week, and 5,455
same time last year.
Hogs The market in the early
part of the week was without
change, but recoipts falling off
slightly, there was a shade advance
on the best grades, and sales were
made mostly at $6 757;very com
mon large bogs selling down as
low as $6 25. Wequote at S6 25
7 per 100 lbs. Det, as to quality.
Receipts this week 4,996 head,
against 4,881 laEt week, and 6,184
head same time last year.
MARRIED.
DUrCHKR-GRAHAM On July
6th, 1871, at the residence of Thomas
HarveyMalta township, by Rev. Will
T. Bobbins, Mr. Lewis K. Dutcher to
Mary J. Graham. Both of Morgan
County, Ohio
UtSlAESS NOTICES.
Aotlce to Coal Consumers In
BlcConnelsvIlIe and Alalia.
Ballou & Martin will commence
delivering Scroaned Coal, at the
above named points, about the 1st
of August next, and will furnish to
all who wish in good order and dry.
The coal will be boated in tbe
Steamer Adriatic.
BALLOU & MARTIN.
July 21, '71 tf
tga-The finest line of patterns of
WALL PAPER ever opened in M'Con
nalsville are those now to be seen at
Adair's Book Store. This firm thor
oughly understand the Wall Paper
trade, having had many years of expe-
nence, and they now onei a splendid
stock of fresh and desirable Goods in
this line, comprising an assortment far
in excess of anything heretofore offer
ed our people, In. addition to
their Paper Hangings at the lowest fig
ures, they trim the same fbsb or chabgk.
Doo-leg Tobacco, the old style, just
received at P. SWEESJEY LvS, ad
joining the Post-office.
If yeu want an accurate Tune-piece
call at Vl.NU.tS.Ni S.
School Teachers
Will find all the Text Books required
for use at the approaching Institute, at
ADAIR'S Book store. They, also, hare
a good assortment of other Education
al Publications on theory, irractice, Ac.
Dox't lose sight of the Stock of Dry
Goods at SILL S. They are selling as
cheap as the cheapest, and wul not be
undersold. Dry Goods and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods are their lines of busi
ness. Eilvib Dessert Turks,
b Uver Tea Forks,
Silver Diuiier Forks,
Plain and Fancy Patterns.
U. B. VIKCEXT A BRO.
New Prints, nice styles, prime goods
and fast colors, at SILL'S.
IS. All the late Periodicals constant
ly kept at ADAIR'S Book store.
LOOK HERE ! Two ol the best
Song Books you ever saw, sent post
paid, for 20 cents. Address J. li. SO
PHER, Rosseau, Ohio. 2w.
tUFor the cheapest and best Goods
in the Book and Stationery line, go to
ADAIR'S Book Store. Their stock is
superb and of the best quality.
STOP AXD READ THIS ! ! !
Tou can buy the Uest and Dry
est Cigars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office t
Any Publication
In the country whether Law, Medi
cal, Classical, historical, Poetical, Re
ligious, Scientific, or any of the numer
ous Miscellaneous Publications sup
plied to order, at Publisher's prices, at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
trrLiCATKS for ny part of the Grover A
Baker Sewing Machin furnished on ap
plication. H. B. VI2TCEXT A BRO..
B.A11 kinds of materitl needed by
School Teachers at the coming session
of the Institute, on the 31st inst , can
be obtained at ADAIR'S Book Store.
They keep a large and fine stock, and
the best Goods in the market.
"Ocb nice Collars," at SILL'S; "Our
elgant Neck-ties," at SILL'S.
The ISKHHly Riot
In New York, on the 12th inst., is
now the occasion of much comment,
but an examination of the large and
fine assortment and splendid stock of
WALL PAPER, at Adaib's Book Store,
will satify any one that this is tie p'aco
to make purchases, at low figures, and
where you can obtain the handsomest
patterns and latest styles of Paper
Hangings. They trim all Paper sold
by them FREE OF CHARGE.
WOSTEXI10LM RAZORS, the lar
gest assortment and finest qua ity to
be found in tbe town Freeman Straps,
acknwledged to be the best article in
the market, sold on aoprovnl.
U. B. VINCENT & BRO.
Pocket Books
Of all kinds, sizes, and styles, and the
largest and greatest variety ever bro't
to Morgan County, now at ADAIKs
Book Store. Don't fail to see them.
1?rivixo Gloves, Kid Gloves, Silk
Gloves, Calf Gloves, and Berlin Gloves,
together withasupeib stock ot Lio
siery, may be found at SI LL:S.
Sew Goods
Just received and opened at Adair's
Book Store, Their frequent purchases
enable them to keep every thing requi
red in their line, and a full, complete,
and fresh stock of desirable Goods.
Thf cry is, "Still they come!" What
comes? Why, new goods and new at
tractions at cILL'S. Go there and
see.'
Memorandums, Pass Rooks,
And Blank Books, of fc.ll sizes and
kinds, constantly kept at AUAIR'd
Book Store. They keep a full stock and
make frequent additions. Fresh sup
ply this day received.
RUSTIC FRAMES I
ROSEWOOD FRAMFS!
GILTFRAMKS!
11. B. VINCENT & BRO.
The "Tycoon Cuff," at SILL'S, is the
best paper cuff in cloth thread, heavy
edge; best imitation linen in the mar
ket. Stationery!
New supply of Stationery received
this day at ADAIR'S Book Store. They
keep the best quality of all kinds, and
finer and better grade of Goods than
can be found elsewhere in this locality.
EYE PROTECTORS are worth ten
times their cost to persons threshing
grain. 11 . B. VINCEN T & BRO.
SuRazorSteops, Shaviko Soaps, Pha--
vtng Brushes, and the best RAZORS ire
-.
the country, always kept in stock a
Adair's Book Store.
BrSIXESS KOTICES.
PEOTECTOR
FRUIT JARS !
NOTWITHSTANDING A CER
tain firm in McCoDcelsville styles them
selves sole agents for the sale of the Pro
lector Fruit Jars sell-sealers, I woo Id
iDforra tbe public that the above jar is for
sale at the Malta Qoeeneware Store, both
wholesale and retail- Also tbe largest and
best assortments of Fruit Jars and Jelly
Tumblers and Cops to be foood in the two
towns. Farmers and ethers in want of any
tliirgin the Frait-jar line will do well to
give me a call.
J. S. WILSON.
j-MOWIXG MACHINES 1
GRAIN CRADLES 1
STEEL TOO TH A ND
REVOLVING Hay Rake I
For sale by Cochran, Bozman & Co.
June 30 2w.
Shirtino Checks, Dress Ginghams,
Muslins, Ticks, Drills, etc, at SILL'S.
Tia, Dessert and Table Spoons, plain, Ol
ive and Roman patterns. Single, Double
and Triple Plated.
H. B. VINCENT A BRO. .
B-Back Nos. of Magazines and oth
er Periodicals supplied to order at A-
DA1K S Book Store.
What Next? - A new lot of Collars,
Cuffs, Ties, Bows, Cuff-buttons, Combs,
Pocket-books, etc , this week at
SILL'S.
Remember you can get the best and
dryest Stogies, as well as the nicest
Chewing Tobacco of C. E. COCARAN,
sign Jim Crow.
.Splendid Coxhkrcial Note Wri
ting Paper just opened at ADAIR'S
Book Store.
Nobbt styles of light colored Silk
Bows, for party or evening wear, on
display at SILL'tS.
If you wish air dried Stogies, an d
those which have age, call on C t.
COCHRAN.
Is the Stock at SILL'S, may be
found cheap Neck-ties for boys, plain
'l ies for old geats, and fancy Ties and
Bows for young men; and the nicest
Collars you ever saw; and in suspend
ers they can't be beat
Do not smoke damp, broken or in
fenor stogies, when you can get good,
dry and free smoking cigars irom C. Ju.
COCHRAN.
.Splendid Toilet or ITakd Mir
rors received this day at ADAIR'S
Book Store.
Machi.ke cotton and Bile, Dress Cords,
Skirt Braids, Knitting Cotton, and
Notions generally, at SILL'S.
"Pure void !"
Fresh stock of this new and popular
Sabbath School fusic Book received
this week at ADAIR'S Book Store.
Qckensware, Woodenware. and Gro
ceries in assortment, at SILL'S.
Pocket Maps
Of Kansas, Missouri, West Virginia,
and Ohio late and reliable just recei
ved at ADAIR'S Book Store.
Wa can supply Trunks, Valises, Bags,
Satchels, or Baskets, of any descrip
tion, better than any house in the
county. F. SILL CO.
LEGAL NOTICES.
notice.
Benjamin C. Treston, whose residence is
unknown, is hereby notiged that Surah E.
Preston, on the 13th day of July, 1871 , did
file her petition in tbe office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas, within and
for the County of Morgan, Ohio, charging
the said Benjamin with adultrry with one
Linda M. Tillman, and willful adee&ca Sot
four years, and asking that she be divorced
from the said Benjamin, have the custody
of the children and reasonable alimony.
Which petition will be for hearing at the
next term af said Court.
SARAH E. PRESTON.
By E. M. SrASBKRar, her attorney
Dated this 14th day of July, 1871 w.
L.e?al Aotlcc.
Harvey Pari in ton vs. John C. Edwards.
John C. Edwards, of the State of West
Virginia, will take notice that at the June
Terra, 1871, of the court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, the Plaintiff in
tbe abo?e action, obtained en order from
said rourt, requiring the said John C. Ed
wards, as administrator of John C. Ed
wards, deceased, to show cause why the
above entitled action should cot be revi
ved against him as tbe administrator of
JohnC. Edwards, deceased, as aforesaid.
The said John C.Edwards, aa administra
tor, will therefore take notice that, unless
he show cause by the 3rd Saturday after
the 25th day of August why it should not.
said action will be revived against him as
administrator aforesaid.
nARVEY DARLIKTON.
By Has a A Kkxxedt, his att'ya.
July 14, 1S71 6w.
SiieriU's Sale.
John Hovt vs. Baiil L. Medley, et al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the court of Common Plea
of Morgan eonnty, Ohio, in tbe above en
titled action, I will offer for sale at public
auctien, at the door of the Conrt House, in
Mclonneisvuie, in said county, on
Tuesday, the lilh Dsf of August, 1. P.,
1571,
at twelve o'clock, M., of said day, tha fol
lowing real estate, situate in the connty of
Alrrgan and etate ol umo, to.wit ; Heme
a part of fractional section number three
(3), town nine (9). range twelve (12), and
bounded aa follows: Beginning at the
south-west corner of said fractional section,
thence running with the south boundary
line thereof east lfl.t8 poles to the earner
of John Henry's lot, thence running with
said .Henry a line, li degrees ., 67.53
poles to a stone, thence 2.40 poles to tbe
east boundary line of said fractional sec
tion, thence running norih 21.52 poles to a
stone and corner of the Josinh ward lot,
thence running with sdtd Ward's line, and
line of William Saltkeld, west 180.60 poles
to a stone on the west boundary line ef
said section, tbence rnnuing with west
line south 83.52 poles to the place of be
ginning, containing 95. 48 acres, be the
same more or less, excepting eight acres
off the east end of said premises sold to
John Medley. Appraised at $1,600. Terms,
cash. A. 3. HAVENER,
Sheriff of M. C, 0.
Hasxa A Kexsioy, Alfjs.
July 14, 1871 5w. '"
Miei'iiPs sale.
James H. Ewing vs. A brain M.
et al.
Bingfrtin,
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the court of Common Pleas
of Morgnn connty, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the door of the Court House, in
McConnelsvilie, in said county, on
WcdueMlay, the lG'.h Pay of Aninst, 1. P.,
1S71,
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day, the un
divided one-half interest of the followiug
real estate, situate lu the county of Morgnn
and State of Ohio, to-wit: Being in the
north-half of section thirty-five (35), town
eight (8), range twelve (12), in tbe Ohio
Company's Purchase, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wit : Beginning at
tbe north west corner of said section thirty-fire
(3), thence south 104 poles, thence
east 120.60 poles to a atone which points
out tbe beginning for said lot, a white wal
nut 12 in., X. 87 degrees, E. 70 links, an
elm 16 in., 8. 75 degrees, E. 62 links,
thence east 76.50 poles to a station, a pop
lar 7 in.. 8. 2 links, tbeace 5. 19 poles to a
stake, a sngar 20, S. 14 degrees. E. S3 licks,
thenee K. 81 M degrees, W. 59.16 pole tea
station, a white oak 14 in., bears S. 24 de
grees, E. 8 links, thenee west 19 poles to a
station, a white oak 20, bears N . 55 degrees,
W.6 links, and a beech 12 in., bears 8.7
degrees. W. 13 linki, thence Sonth 19 poles
to the place of beginning, containing seven
and forty-three hundredths (7.43) acres, be
the same more or less. Appraised at $600.
Terms, easb. A.D. HAVENER,
Sheriff of M. C, O.
3.t.Cnw.AH'yfoTvl"itiff. -
July H, 1871 w.
GROVER & BIKER,
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SEWIiMC
MACHINES
Were awarded tht! highest Premionsat
the State Fairs of
New York,
Termont, .
Kew Jersey, -Pennsylvania,
Ohie,
Indiana, . .'
.i
Michigan,'
TVisconsin,
acd Iowa.
ICec lucky,
Tennessee,
Uissonri,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Virginia,
.North Carelinia,
California,
and Oregon.
First Prize
s
Hart alse been awarded these Machine
at the exhibitions of
-' - - ....
PARIS,
DUBLIN,
BE3ANCO.N",
BAYONtfE,
ST. DIZIEK,
k CHALOXS.
MfM ? f t
The very hiirhest prize, THE CROSS
OF THE LKUION OF HON'OK, was
conferred on the representative of the
J rover A- Baker Sewing Machines, at the
Exposition Uoi versa lie, Pari., 1867, thus
olte6tin(j their great superiority-over all
titer Sewiag Machines.
POINTS OP EXCELLENCE :
Beavty and Elasticity of SticL
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
2to fastening of seams ly hand and no
waste of thread.
Wide range of application without change
. ol adjustment.
The sem retains Its beauty and firm&esa
after washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds el work dme by
ether Sewing machines tbe Klastic Stitch
machine executes the most beautiluland
permanent Embroidery and ornameDl
el work.
ALEX FINLEY is the General
Agent for the sale of the Grover k Ba
ker Mbnltle or Lock Stitch Machine, and
the Elaetic-.Stitch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Counties of Morgan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, itubkineor.i
and Vinton, ar.d has his Traveling Am
enta all throngh theee Counties. Per
sons wishing a first-clas? Sewing Ma
chine, just what is needed for family ne,
should calf on Mr. Finlev or on of his
agents. H. B. V1XUKNT 4 BRO.
are hit aeents in McCounetgTille.
May I2th, 1871-tf,
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Ncl'O.WCLSt
AMOS BRADY,
Xorth side of Center St., between East and Fenn SU., McConnelsvilie, Ohie,
lias Always to OfTer.to.IIIs CnatoiuerB th Best Qualities of
Ic, Coffees, StigtfS, ofysses, v)d Sbeflwg
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
on hand. Prices to suit the times. April 21, 1871 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
Wa keep on bands, and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DHUGS AND MEDICINES!
We hae, alfo, an extensive line of PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS and BUUSH
ES, all of which we uffcr to the Public at tbe lowest market rates. Also, we invite
our customers to call and examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF WILVL PAPER!
WHICH WF'ARE SELLLVU KXCEEM NULY LOW
April 28th, 1S71 ly. JOHN ALEXANDER.
V. ROBEalTFSON,
N". W. Cor. of Pub.Squ., McConnelsvilie,. O.,
Dealer in
MUGS, 1EDICIXES, PURE IEADS, PJIX7S, OILS. DYES i DTE STIFFS, rERFOJER,
and
$3- Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Faints mixed to order.
April 21, IS71 ly.
WORLEi ADAMS.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Gioceries, Boots and Shoes,
(S. VT. Corner East
W?U XEW GOODS received rem'ar!y.
PROD JCE in exchange for Goods.
Hih. Dbxsiioor. a. M. Dcksmoob.
II. E)UNSSOOR & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-wit: UIAlRs, TABLES, BCREAS, BEDSTEADS, tc, Ac,
At their SALE EOOJH in
IcCOjSTjELSVITX.K .ajstd aeylty.
N. B. They employ rone bnt first-clats mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tneir
riutform is : "Good work, good j ay and low prices !" April 21, 1S71 lira.
UNDERTAKERS!
B. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
iYortli-East corner of Centre and 1'enn Street",
McCOXNELSVILLE, OHIO,
Keep constantly on hand a complete assortment of Coffins. Burial Cuse, Ac, and have
in their employ Robert A. PinkrrtoD. who will make 'Uis departim ut ol business a spe
cialty. In onaectir.n with their hn-inefs.
WVEIIY ESTABLISHMENT,
And are jvrparfd to furnish all patrons with whatever they may want in their LINE.
May 12,1871 ly.
The Sasli & Door Factory,
JloConnelsvi'le, Ohio,
Famishes to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDIXG, S'DIXG, CKILIXd
8ASII. SHUTTERS, BLINDS 4 DOORS, BOX & COMMON WIN
HOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, RATIONS AND
.MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaining &9Iatcbittg, Scroll Snvrln?& Ripping Done to Order.
Oak, Poplar and Pina Lumber bought
April 21, 1871 ly
II.- PENCE,
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St., castof Pub. Square, McCennelsville, O.,
has on hands, at all times, tho most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of "ET.TS and CAJPS !
GOODS Received YFHh Every Cljauge in the Season !
t&- EYEuYTIIIXG SOLD LOW FOR CASfl ! -a
- The JTighcst Cash Prices paid for
April 21, 1871 ly.
Grocery and Provision Store !
D. & C, W. MUM MEY have on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEESSUGARSJAfOLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a Tull Supply of AH Kinds of Provisions In tbls BISrkct.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
Flour sold by the 6ack at the lowest rates. April 21, 1371 ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !
W.H. & C. McCAHTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
!MioiHt Ladies' Dregs Cood. Ladies' ShoeSj Etc
On tha North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JlcCon-
nelsville, Ohio.
N. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept, and
aiwnvssold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, lS7I-ly.
Hoots and Shoes!
T. C. .V E AT CH,
MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Odd Felloe Ecildino,
On East Street, McConnelsciUe, Ohioi
Boots and Shoes, for Ladies, Gents, nod Children, m iiiuluciured to order on the bhort
est poih!e notice. None but the nett ofS ck worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
GOOl ASSOK I'M ENTof B ots and S:ioes alv ay s on hand lor those who want to
buy rcadj-made work. B?s,COBBLlNG doiie neatly aud warranted to give perfect
sitiafictiu-i. (Jiv&moaiaU. T. C.VEA'ICII.
June 33ih, 1871.
Jfarre, I jijtoitfe, glebes, Sfcbe Xril?(fci.(js, &e.
. H, li". MORRIS,
South side of Center St., three doors East of Fublic Square, JcConnelsvllle, O.,
DRALRa IX
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS, FLOWS, Ae., kc.
N. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which pave universal satisfaction last season, f Ap. 21 '71-1?.
i'AMCSVII.I.K llt.NlESS CaltliS.
W. H. UUTLEDGE.
Rutledge
Alters' Block, So. 5C iKaln
Have oponed a complete Stock of Velvets, Body and Tapestry Crosse!?, Extra So
I'er, Srp'rfinis, ! dium Saner, Ingrain, Venetisns, Datcli Wool, Cimace, Hemp,
aud Ra Carpet. ALSO Wall Pjpors. Window sludef, Matt. Rugs. Oil Cloth. Ac.
Ageots for MiirbleiKd Mactles. We invite tho l'ubiic to call and exaini.ie onr
stock. Jon3, 1871.
ttlIE.VS CARDS.
F. II. HAULER.
-5SI
and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OITIO.
The highest priie paid for COUNTRY
May 4,'71. ly.
they have fitted up a nrst-c!a53
and soM.
II. M. WELLS, Superintendent
Mink,'Skunk, and Coon Skins I
f. g. bailey
& Bailey.
Street, Zanesville, Cblo,
IIISt F.I.U.V EOL'S.
BUlUiOUGH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers i a and usl
nfactnrers of
J Mil! III.
j- PLAtN AND FANCV
WO R K
OF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
ASD
Cuaranteed to Give Perfect
Satisfaction.
Red steads,
WINDSOR CHAIRS,
Parlor Work and Chamber
Setts,
To suit Purchasers.
Salt Jiooms, JV. 70 Uain Street,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
X. B. Cash paid for senrcned Lumber.
CHACL3 A. DA5A. Sditorw
A Kewapapevaf ttMFroaast Haws, .
Intended tor Feoplo Kow oa EartX
Inclneing Tarnrara, Mechanic. UareSacts, Pr
ftsslonal Men, Woiaers. Tula iers, aad ail
ner of Honest Tola, and tba Wives, Boat, ana
Daughters of all toea.
ONLT 05 DOIXAS A TSA3 I
05B HTTNDRKD COFIX3 BO&,
Or lass than One Cant a Opr. It titan b a
830 Cloo at avoir tost Olios.
- .
BZ3H.TTES5XY BXTH, 93 ATZAS,
of da ame-etas and tmeral enaractar aa
TUB WEEKLY", but wlta a greater varlct7 o
mlaeetlsaeoanadnHbasd farsKhts; taa sewa .
aotaaaoserlDanwtta Rraasrinstiae8a.beaaaM
It comas twice a week tastaaa o ones oalj.
THE DATLY BEN, C3 A
A pntnttiMnttv rauiahla nrwitiaper, vita f!s
larcost circulation Ul la world, hn, tnaa,
paident, and fearless IB politics. All tho nasi
from OTeryirtiara. Ttro cso j a eopj i bf malk
6Q oanta a nwata, or $4 a joax. .
e TERMS TO CLTJ33L
nil dollar weekly rciC.
Frra copies, ana roar, separatelr niarwsH,
Foar Collar
Tn ecrriea, ens jw, semnielr addressed (aad
Eiabt OoIlam
TwDutr eorrtrt, one yew, aejxiracelr adtireweal
(ad aa axuaeopr to lua getter op of eitis),
Fifteea Sall&ia.
Fifty enHm. m rear, to tmi alT fund tba
6anu-hesaUr oaajenr to Fitter do of einb),
Thirtj-ihree Dailura.
Fifty rp1, ana year, irperafe!T afldressed (sao)
taa aeaU-WoafclTOoeynvrncstirranofomb).
Thlrrr-dio Dalian
Ona Tiandrad eordea, one Tear. v otia adtin.w
(and toa iMllv kw ona rear tn the enter o ol
bob). Fitly DsUus,
One bandred enotea, ona yeer. separately ao
drawed (and tbeDauj luroao tou to tne rette
W of club). fclxil Uoiisura,
TEEK B'SaiVTEZSLT EXTTf. ,
rtvs eontas, ona year, separate rr addrened,
iat Dollana
Tea eordsa, ooe rear, aaijaialrt; addressed (and
aa aaara oopy to imm np of clan),
Histeea Voll arm
6SHO TOUE. HOXET
te Post Offlea orders elioela, or draft on Tfoa
Torfe, wtiererer conrenlcnt. if not, liiea mgiimi
Sim lAQara coatalalna BMjney. Address M
L W. EyoiATT). PobltKbei", .
fiui oiUca. aaw ont QtJ f
THE MARRIED LAQ1E3 :
niVATBr
MEDICAL ADVISER.
GiTfjs information on y
rabjeci ot intdarasi to bm
ex.
No iudt rr ram im
who is married, or wb
contACtpItUea ciarriftf tk.
Isr
iBnt free to all aader mJ on tiotp of TO Cirrs.
Broadway, t:. AtXor PIac M.T.
Glad TcCtts!
A TrmBTrt enr is wArraaf-1 m M ejrifi1!mM
ariiinfromimprndiKoronUi(tii errrrft,rsattiDi tn
nervous, debtl ity, seminal wriakoev, emissstaiUsa tJjinM,
unpeceacy, gtant, diss toa), to, b7 osins
DH. BSJJL'S SPECIFIC REBTS:ITT!3,
Thry eaa b owwl wit hoot detsction, or Intarforanos
witA basuwaa, and ao Change at tiiot is nocoanrj.
1R. BELLAS SPECIFIC riXXS
wiTI tot H ordinary oms witnorrt ftirther a'4. TrisJ
bxos sent by mais sealed, oo reoeTpt cf OvzUoZaLAjL
Dri. KOB'T K. BELU Vn Hroecwar. Ifew Tor;
If joc want a reliabU remed for irrogriimriUea oa
Tbey will reetora natrrro modty and art sacifit to
m ordinary eaden. Paic On 3 'JoLitrt.
fiend Stamp for Dr. Uarrey's Prluu aedtoal CtrosJaaft '
Dr. Harvey's Golden 3i?il!3
A wmfr f"rr derrees ttroncsr fnr anfeia sm
brs asd Seas, a.id tiht taluivij ua uailbxj
L-cric. as tnjy narer fail to remove tu roost cLtro--inz
symptoms, no matter how lona; they bare eilstd,
Fuu s Fitk DOLXAibs. 6aet by mail ecenrely seaied
on receipt of monf y, b"
J. J OILS 1LAKVET. T7I BrWway. New TorH,
tn K-aalt h nr hn2ifr K trt etnti for febal
r eM Book, or stamp for circa!--r, to
3 ALU) AM hUiSlLLB DEMAURR
Holts and Prescriptions
it will ear any oasa ox
WKAKSBSSL ITI3WTLY
SEMI5AI.
IMPOTENCE, da,
id to porfeotbsalta.
v on .ho niTnrod ao
SaadstampvEDGAR TI
BSOaV n AT,
CATARRH,
Til, torrihl diaeAM. Oaranh. which siTeta an T
afua terminsl4w rn Bronohits tbl ttxuaiDtaoa.
wit hoot donbt. entire) rwraored-flo matter kew
tone it bee existed. All eases e&s poeUivly
13 33 C?LTAt.H i
proper treatment, and tl,(0 will be forfeited fee
ease that it isile to eore after a tnoronsb trial ot li.
Rev. MARTIN DUTTCN'S
Rsmoxhr is the surest and best for Hrr?nche ar.d Wall
Fyea are in many tun tho oonsegoonoe of i-'atarruL.
SA3SAFRAS&V!TC!KAZEL
rterer faua to trire Immediate relief la ail ansa
READ THK TfSTIMlY.
and eend stamp for a circular, rtetailinic the pvwrtwrmo
of the diseaM and Tirtoea of the renrdy. A pa,ikaa)
trill be lent by mail on reocipt of money.
PBICK TWESTY-FIVK CSSTS.
Sty Catarrh wee Immediately rrer kifi ?aa.
safrai and Witcb HazeL Ker. ASA WlOV, -V
1 ean read without wearing epectaclea ami the weak
ca i entirely aono amoe name roar Sasatnutaud
Witch Hasel. hoKMtS rJARNFS.
Your Sa-Mafrae and Witch Hazel ha. aever laikd to
relieve my beadacUe witbui Ev. mii-';'v
aire. oAJLAU JONBS.
Addreee, Ear. MARTTw DFTTO't.
Bible Honse Station. Wew Tor,
AOIWTS WA VT BD llIlKHtlt
Mrtr,g.ieewawreiajt 1.1.1 .J.V1 JMJLg
TAKE WOTICK
FOR ALL DSSEASSS.
TO EARN A LIVING EASILY,
aai mtsnre an honest eoinpetvnM by la
dosuy, withont noney to start tiia witb.
The Sacrct tn Amt t
and w9 are wil'irr to mk K Irnown to all
ArrriTS ARE WANTED to aril this Book, an th-y
ean tarn from 5 to 10 d'.-'irs a dar. 8 r(! "r p trealar
aad TVtriran opr. FRh'B OSZ POLIuAK
ddneB, enck'ne two prMtaaTe itimi .
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN CF EDEN.
IT WILl, PLFA8B VKRVW)PY.
Seed nrTV CRrmt for eopy. end roar eMTie to
Maoabi MART J00. wtwttno D . S-w iX
aalmi Hn m la, u Cn , la r im. Vr 5tSTpa AUSk
Rove and matrimony.
5 The aJrIfctions my be rain-! by fp'lowin? simp's
rt mlea. and all mar marrr ht.tn-."y Withort resari
rav1 u
d lesti'is not II
orr ruKS to It
now eared
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