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charred up, in all cases, at the rate of
1 wo Dollars a vear.
ihi circulation oi our paper
was never as large as at present
end we re pleased to be able to
state that it is increasing with ev
ery issue. If the friends of the pa
per, ana the cause it advocates,
would but interest themselves to
tively in behalf of it for a few days,
we teei sure inat it circulation
cop Id be made larger than any pa
per ever bad in this county. We
wish our friends to remember that
the more liberally a paper is pat
ronised, the more able the publish
er will be to make it a good and
influential journal. There is an
other thing that it is wall to bear
in mind. Oar opponents, of both
the Old parties, are to work earn
cstly against as, and we may say
are combining for the purpose of
crushing us. While it is true that
their efforts so far have only work
ed to our advantage, yet to be fore
warned is to be fore-armed, and an
advantage pushed is sure to result
in victory, we aspire to make
our paper the first in point of cir
culation in the county, as it has been
long the first in amount of reading
matter, and it our friends will but
aid us one-half as much as our op
ponents are aided by their friends,
we will accomplish our designs be
fore the preset campaign closes.
Tax contemplated trip of the
Steamer Julia to Cincint.ati, on a
pleasure tour, has been given up.
It wouldn't pay the boat,
The True Democrat is to make its
first appearance to-day. We sup
pose it wiH answer the queries we
put it two weeks ago. Jio dodg
ing, now 1
Thi Sociable of the Baptist
Church will be held at the residence
of W. , P. Sprngue ou Thursday
evening next, August 3rd. A cor
dial invitation is exterded to all.
A son of W. H. Allard, aged
about twelve years, had his arm
broken on Wednesday, while at
tempting to swing on a grape vine
swing on one of the hills adjoining
It is hoped thero will be a large
attendance at the Fublio Meeting
to be held at the Lodge Boom of
Good Templars this evening. Ad
dresses will be made by Bevs.
Cather, McGnire and Courlright.
Thb "Old Reliable Theater" has
been playing to crowded bouses
here this week, acd has given the
best of satisfaction. They leave
for Ztnesville this morning, where
they will hold forth m BJa-:k'e Mu
sic Hall for a few evenings.
Rev. II. F. Miller, financial Sec
retary of Buchtel College, and otb
erg, will hold a series of meetings at
the McConnelsville Univerealist
Church, commencing Friday
Evening, tho 29th instant, and con
tinuing over Sunday. AH are re
spectfully invited to attend.
Through-, navigation, between
here and Marietta, has been about
suspended. The water is to be let
off the level between here and
Stockport for the purpose of afford
ing an opportunity of repairing the
lock at the latter place. The Steam
er J. II. Best has Jlaid up, mean
while, at Waterford.
A. G. Ftle had a runaway on
last Saturday evening. His horses
got scared at the Steamer Mink, a
mile or so above town, wheeled
round, threw him and his wife out
of the buggy, and made good time
until flhey reached the stables of
Porter & Pyle. .Nobody hurt aud
no material damage done.
Chesterfield is to build some
what this season. J. C. Morrey Is
building a larg and commodious
business bouse, fronting on Marion
and Church streets. William
Wright, Aaron Phipps, and Edwin
Datton, each contemplate building
themsttlres new . residences on
Church street. Also, a gentleman
named ttilbert is about to start a
large Provision and Grocery store
Ed. Spencer, ahorse-dealer, well-
known to almost all the citizens of
this locality, is reported to have
died recently in Baltimore. Spen
cer had been an intemperate man
the most of his life. A year or so
ago he resolved to quit the accursed
stuff which was fast carrying him
to the'arrave, and he done so: and,
when in this place buying up hor
ses about two months ago, be was
looking better than he bad looked
for years. He took his horses to
Baltimore, sold them. and. it fa re
ported, got on a terrible spree, last'
mg two or three weeks, and died.
John B. Farra, of this township,
is building a;. new house, on his
farm, twenty feet by thirty-six,
with an addition sixteen - feet by
thirty-two. The contract was ta
ken by McGrath, Pattersonf &
Sharp, but a ;d"Htso!utio occurring
in this firm, McGrath going out,
the major portion . of the work on
this new building has been done
by McGrath. The. house and ad
dition will contain six rooms, a
porch, hall and stairway, and pal
try, and will be finished in about
four or five weeks, acd all who de
sire to look upon some very super
ior work will do well to call at Far
ra's. McConnelsville can probably
rejoice in having the best bouse
carpenter, in the person of Mc
Grath, on the Valley: or at least
w. are told ss by those who ought
to Know. J
The M-ConneUvill.f Tin.
tinuos tov':Ke i: iihiiform.
in it ic80i i ijut l aupport lorot
fice ar.y man "in the habit of using
intoxicating liquor as a beverage,"
at tho bead of its editorial column;
and it alo continues to support tho
Republican Slate ticket entire, and
ones not even vltenipt to deny our
cn arges against smeller, William
and Hosmer, candidates oiwlhat
State ticket ! flow is this for hon
eety? Will temperance Republi
cans, who have said they will rot
vote for such- men as Mueller, Wi-
liums and.IIoemer, be deceived by!
thin brater.ry t.f the Herald t There j
ts not a paper in the State that pre 1
tends to deny our charges against
the candidates ou the .Republican
State ticket. .
Dr. Phiup Kmkbdt. of Deavertown,
Morgan 4'ounty, announces himse f aa
a candidate for State Senator. The
Doctor is a thorough Republican, and
wou d make a faithfa Representative,
but we be '.eve that a large majority of
the Republican voters of the District,
preler at this time, to have our present
efficient Senator, lion. K. M Stimson,
renominated. Xolle County Republican,
of the 207A.
We do not know as we are spec
ially interested - in who the Re
publican nominee for the State
Senate shall be, but still we will
stale that Mr. Stimson is not con
sidered, in this community, a man
of any remarkable ability. A short
time since, during the session of
the Legislature, one of our most
prominent citizens was in Colum
bus, and a gentleman asked hm
who was the .member of the Stale
Senate from his district. .Not being
a man that paid any special atten
tion to politics, he could not tell
Dim at the time, but afterwards
meeting him, be told him that he
now remembered that Stimson, of
Marietta, was the Senator in ques
tion. "Well, says the interroga-i
tor, ''I m not surprised at your for
getting bis name, he don't amount
to much anyway."
ToTeachers. The Normal In
stitute will be held at the Town
Hall in McConnelsville, beginning
.Monday next and continuing in
nesaion four weeks.
Tuition lor the term, f 2.00.
Board can be had at private hous
es for $3 50 per week; at Hotels for
Unfurnished rooms can be had
for 81 00 per week by those who
desire to board themselves.
Teachers are requested upon their
arrival to report at the Town Hall
where they will be assigned places
for boarding or given instructions
concerning tho same.
The suit of unfurnished rooms
next to Robertson's Drug store,
five in number, can be had either
by a party of ladies or gentlemen
at very reasonable rates.
It will be expected that teachers
come provided with text to jks.
Bring your arithmetics and a'ates,
your grammars aud geographies.
Mr. Ueorga uailiday will give a
series of lessons, twenty in number,
in vocal music. This alooo is worth
to any teacher more than the cost
of tuition. ' ";
Lastly, let every teacher in the
County and every pirscn who con
templates teaching, come up to Mc
Connelsville and spend four weeks
in fitting himself or herself to dis
charge the duties of an Edur-ator
with more pleasure to self and
with greater profit and advantage
to employers and patrons.
By order of the
That "Platform." INS. EX. COM.
Base Ball Notes.
On Monday last, the O. K's, of
Zanesville came down here and
Elayed the Hickory Juniors. The
tick's scored 19 runs to 15 for the
O. K's. This was considered the
best played game ever witnessed on
Tbe Novelty Base Ball Club, ef
this place.ipUythe Shoo Fly
Club, of Four MilePXo-aaorrow on
the grounds of the latter Club. .
It is stated that tho Athens Club
will be here within the next two or
three weeks to try the bottom of
the Hickory Juuiors again.
The Second Nine of the Novelty
.base Suil Ulub, of this place, play
ed with the McCarty School House
Club, on Saturday last, on the
grounds of the latter, tbe Novelties
scoring 87 runs to 33 for the coun
ThaH ickory Jnn iors play ed a n l n e
made up of six of the Hickory Se
niors, ene of the Hickory Juniors,
and two of a country club, on last
Saturday, the Juniors scoring 43
runs to 14 for the Seniors.
Adam Fletcher, of Zanesville,
for years back a booic dealer and
President of the Board of Educa
tion of said place, committed suicide
by hanging himself on last Monday
morning. He was sixtj -five years
of age, and left a note saying that
me reason lor bis taking bis life
with his own hands was that he
was worn out both in body and
mind. It is asserted that tbe in
tern porar.ee of certain meirbers of
his family gave him mueh trouble,
Within the past week, the title
to the Eastern Ohio Rail Road has
been secured to its friends by the
Rail Road Committee. At this time
is impossible to state what steps
will be taken to build the road, but
we do know that tbe road cannot
be built without money, and that
there will soon be a chance for our
citizens to determine if tbeywanta
road bad enough to pay for it.
A tcll Prohibition Ceunty tick
et has been nominated in Franklin
County. Tbe Convention, held in
Columbus oc last Saturday, is spo
ken of as very respectable both in
point of numbers and ability.
The . cholera is reported to be
raging terribly in i'ersia. The
pestilence has followed a frightful
famine, and honce it may be hop
that it owes its origin to local
causes, and is not cn a march to des
oUte . yc.r later the home.
rope and America. " I
The temperance men in Frank-
lin County have nominated a com
plete county ticket upon the plat-
fitrm of the "entire) prohibition of
the use. sale, manufacture nnuim-
portation of intoxicating liquors.
This is pretty radical, it will beob-
served, and covers the whoegronnd.
One of the speakers, Alajur Stinch
comb, declared that he had "been
throng li all parlies, and found them
all nlikp Tnn Rennhl ii-Mfi State
Convention openly and shnmolesaly
pandered to the wh..ky d drink-:
ing interests, and he d.dn t rare
that party was dtdouted. He bo-
iievcd that in m oorninr iu-cniin
both Democrat and ll-.-pnWicsns
would b; di-app:ut-d. Sjvi-r:it
r.iii.it..a th Iv'urv'ihl'cfiria ptiiim lo
imwr fnr IhA Tjn.rial.itnrfl thev will
- j j
. j w. i i,"
not get, idu bo wi,u Bevcr.
the Democrats expect to carry.
The Prohibitionist of Cleveland
held a covection on Saturday,
which was attended by about flfiy
.lalAorfti.r- Tt wan a snceean. And a
full county and legislative ticket
Spices ean be found teere. -
Wosttckhoiji Rizors Full stock and
of the best quality.
II. B. VIXCEXT & BRO.
t-Tbe best LEAD PENCILS
are sold at Adair's Book Score.
They have the finest stock and beat
assortment ever opened in this place.
Skirts, fancy styles, Corsets,
Brwthes, Combs, Toilet Soaps, Pocket
Books, Tooth-picks and every thing
imaginable in the Notion Department
STOP AXD READ THIS ! ! !
Tou can buy the Best ana Dry-
est Cigars at Pat. Sweeney's,
next door to the Post Office !
Moss Aeate S'eere Buttons, new and
beautiful designs, just received by tl.
JJ. VINCENT & JtKU.
A frsfect luxury, the nice Toilet
Soap at SILL'S.
By Miss Am'ott, the popular author
ess of "Old Fashioned Girl," "Little
Women," tc, now at ADAIR'S Book
SILVER PLATED TEA SPOONS!
SILVKR PLATED TABLE PPOONS!
SILVER PLATED DESS. SPOONS!
just received at
M. U. V1N (."EN I & DnU 3.
Weddiko Outfits at SILL'S. Ele
gant Collars, Stylish Neckties, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, fine Suspenders, Ho
siery and everything in that line.
In attendance at the Institute
next week will find a full and excel'
lent stock of Books and Stationery
at ADAIR'S Book Store. They
keep the best Goods in the market.
Baskets of every description, and
loads coming. When you want any
go to SILL'S.
-NOTWITHSTANDING A OCR
tain firm in McCotinelsvilia styles tbi-m-selves
sole agent fr the ale ol the Pro
lector Fro it Jars ell-elew, I would
inform tbe public that tbe ab ve j:r i r
vale at the Malta Queentware S'ore, htli
whoierale tdrtair Also (lie lureigt und
assortmeuU u( Fcnit Jars and Jelly
Tumblers and Caps to be foand ia the two
towns. Farmers and others in want of any
tbicg in the Frait-jar Hoe will do well lo
give me a call.
J. S. WILSON.
Teukks, varying from two to twenty
dollars in price, and of various styles
of finish at SILo S. Try one of our
Fine trunks; it will give satisfaction.
We have also Ladies' Baskets and
Satchels in good assortments.
ttirTbe best quality of SCHOOL
SUPPLIES, of all kinds, are kept at
Adair's Book Store.
Ask for the Fashion Collars at SILL'S.
The "High Commission Bow ' ie there
.MOWING MACHINES 1
GRAIN CRADLES I
STEEL TOO TH AND
REVOLVING Hay Rake I
For sale by Cochran, bozman 4 Co.
June 30 2w.
ITalf-Bi'siiel, Peck and Gallon
Measures, Tubs, Buckets and Brooms
In great variety, at ADAIR'S
Book Store. They have a superb
stock, which thy are selling at very
low prices. Go and examine them.
Light Prints of good styles; tome
very desirable dark colors. 'Jail befote
they are all closed out at SILL'S;
Ifolice io Coal Consumers In
AlcConuelsvllIe and Alalia.
Ballou & Martin will commence
delivering Screaned Coal, at the
above named points, about the 1st
of August next, and will f urnish to
all wbo wisb in good order aud dry.
The cool will be boated in tbe
BALLOU & MARTIN.
July 21, 7i tf
A eew pieces of light colored Lawns
left at sILL'S. They wi 1 be sold very
low to close out the stock.
An excelled supply of FAMILY
BIBLES, of various styles, and at
low prices, now at Adair's Book
Store. They, also, keep HYMN
BOOKS of all denominations.
But your Collars and Neck-Ties at
SILL'S 'I heir Stock is full to over
flowing. Any taste can be gratified.
Duplicates for any part of theGroverA
Baker Sewing Machine furnished on ap
plication. H, B. VINCENT BRO.
Ths Collars Par Excellence," the
'Semper Idem" and the "Alallnotte"
The best RAZORS are sold at
Adair's Book Store.
A Frksb supply of Dry Geods, in
cluding a nice lotof Prints, just re
ceived. Ladies call while they are in
good order at fclLL'S,
Our Railroad Prospect
Have not been as good for fifteen
years as at present, and the -stock of
WALL PAPER now at ADAIR'S
Book Store is tbe largest and best
that has been offered to our people
for tbe same length of time. They
alwnys keep the net Goods in this
line, and the largest stock and! great
est variety of patterns, besid es they
now trim all Paper that they sell
FREE OF CHARGE.
A sick lot of Groceries, select d with
care expressly for family use at : ilLL S.
REPORTED THURSDAY, 27TH.
.t,E ' doeQ
Beans, per bushel, 82 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to 18
Brooms, per dozen, f 2 00 to 2 25
Candies, per pound, '
Star Candles, per pound,
COFFEE Choice Rio, per pound,
25 to 28
15 to 18
10 to 12 1-2
, yjyn. Mackerel, per half-bbl.
t l 25
; i.ake liming, do , do
Potomac do .do,--, do
'. GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel,.
: orn, uw uu
; Hav, per ton, 10 00 to 12 00
SYRL'P.V. Orleans, per cal..
t Golden Syrup, do do 80 to fi
' BACON Ham, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
' .-'ides, do do 8 to 10
' Shoulders, da do 7 to 9
Rice, per pound, 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown per pound, 10 to 14
White sugar, do do 15 to 17:
Salt, per barrel, $1 50 to 1 75
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb. $1 00 to 1 50
Black tea, do $1 0(1 to 1 -J0
Japan tea, do 12()toI5iH
TOBACCO Black, 65 to 75
Bright tobacco, 80 to 90
Tallow, per pound. 8
Potatoes, new, per bushel, CO
ool per pound, iu
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets.
Monday Evening July 24, '71.
Beef Cattle The arrivals for
two or three day past were hardly
equal to tbe demand, and to-day
the market closed firm at an cd
vance of 25c. per cental on the fig
ures current one week ago, and the
pens this evening were about clear
ed. The butchers were the princi
pal buyers, atd very few cattle
were received suitable for shippers.
We quote common 3 25(S-3 50; fair,
$44 25; good, ?4 504 75; prime
butchers' stock, S3 per cental gross.
Sheep Tbe market Is steady,
with a demand fully up to the re
ceipts. We quote them 83 to 84
per cental gross for common lo
prime. Lambs are soiling at 82 to
83 25 per head.
Hogs Tne arrivals were light
hardly equal to the demand and
tbe market is firmer and brg'jer,
closing at 84 604 90 per cental
gross for light to heavy averages,
with all told.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the Es
tate of Richard Dunnington, deceased,
late of Ma:ta township, Morgan Coun
WILLIAM A. STURGEON.
- July 28, 71 -3w.
Benjamin . Preston, whose residence is
ntiknown, is hereby notiged that Sarah E.
PreatoD.oa the 13th day of July, 1871. did
file ber petition in the office of tbe Clerk
ol the Court of Common Pleas, within and
for the County of Uargan, Ohio, charging
he said Benjamin with adultery wit aae
Linda M. Tillman, and willful adaecea for
(our yean, and aiking that she be divorced
from the raid Becjaaiin, have the matody
of tha. children and reasonable alimony.
Which petition will ba for hearing at the
next term sf said Court.
SARAH E. PRESTON.
Br E. M. BTiMMar, her attorney
It'nted this 14! h day of July, 1871 Sw.
Hnrvey Psrlintoa v. John C. Edward's.
John C. Edwards, of the State of West
Virginia, will take notice that at the June
Term, 1871, of the court of Common Pleas
of Morgan county, Ohio, the Plaintiff in
the above action, obtained en order from
said rourt, requiring the said Jjb O. Ed
wards, as administrator of John C. Ed
wards, deceased, te show causa why tbe
above entitled action shoula cot be revi
ved against him as tbe administrator ot
JobnC. Edward's, deceased, as aforesa'd.
The said John C. Edwards, as administra
tor, will therefor take notice that, nnlea
he show cause by the 3rd Saturday afUr
the 25th day of August why it should not,
said aetian will be revived against him as
By Hixai k Remedy, his att'ys.
July 14. 1871 w.
John Hoyt vs. Basil L. Medley, et al.
By virtue of an order to sell, and ts me
directed from the court of Common Pleas
of Morgau county, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, 1 will otter tor sale at publie
auction, at the door of the Court House, in
McConnelsville, in said county, on
Tuttdaj, tbe 1 5th Dit sf iurnst, A. D.,
at twelve o'clock, M., f said day, tbe fol
lowing real estate, aituate in tbe county of
Morgan and State of unio, to-wit: Ueing
a part of fractional section number three
(3), town nine (9), range twelve (12), and
bounded aa follows: Beginning at tbe
south-west corner of said fractional section,
tbenee running with the south boundary
line thereof east 161.18 poles to the earner
of John Henry's lot, thence running with
said Henry'a line, 15 degrees E., 67.68
poles to a stone, thence 2.40 poles to the
east boundary line of said fractional sec
tion, thence running north 21.52 poles to a
stone and corner of the Joeioh Ward lot,
thence rnnntng with said Ward'a line, and
line of William Baltkeld, west 180.60 polea
to a aU.ne on tha west boundary line f
said section, thence running with west
line south 88.52 poles to the place of be
ginning, containing 95.46 acres, be the
same more or less, excepting eight acres
off the east end of said premise sold to
John Medley. Appraised at $1,600. Terms,
cash. A. S. HAVENER,
Sheriff o2I. C, O.
Harxi k Kkxkkdt, Att'jt.
July 14, 1871 5w.
James H. Ewinz vs. A brain M. Biogman,
By virtue of an order to sell, and to me
directed from the court of Common Pleas
of MorgMn county, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will offer for aale at public
auction, at tne door of tne Court House, in
McConnelsville, in said county, on
Wednesday, lie I6!h Day of Angnit, A. D.,
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day, tbe un
divided one-naif interest or tne following
real estate, situate In the county of Morgpn
and State of Ohio, to-wit: Being in the
north half of section thirty-five (35), town
eight (R), range twelve (12), in tha Ohio
Company' Purchase, bounded and de
scribed a follows, to-wit: Beginning
the nori h veil corner of a id section thir
ty-five (35), tbenee south 104 poles, thence
east 120 bO poles to a stone which point
out tne beginning tor eaia lot, a wcite war
nut 12 in., a. tw a degrees, 7V links, an
elm 16 in., 8. 75 degrees, E. 62 links,
thence east 76.50 poles to a station, a pop
lar 7 in., S. 2 links, theaee N. 10 polea to a
take, aaugar zo, b. 14 degree, E. 33 links,
thence A. Hi 'A degrees, w. fcy.l&pole torn
station, a white oak 14 in., bears 8. 24 de
gree, E. 8 link, tbenee wst 18 poles to a
station, a white oak 20, bears N. SSdegree,
W.6 link, and a beech 12 in., bears 8. 7
degrees. W. 13 links, tbenee South 19 poles
to the place of beginning, containing seven
and I or ty-three hundredths (7.43) acres, rw
the same more or less. Appraised at $600.
Terms, cash. A. D. HAVENER,
Sheriff of M. C, O.
J. T. Catw, Att'ffor flauitif.
July 14, 1871 Sw. ,
GROVE II & BAKER.
ft . II
"VTerr awHr-d 'he Invest Premicm at
ih- Stute K i "i ol
. .North Carelima,
Havs also been award- d tbee Machi&es
al tbe exhibitions of
BE-; AN CON,
r f r M MM
Tha very hiebest prise, THE CROSS
OF THE LKGION OF HONOR, was
conferred nn the representative of the
Grover A Baker Sewing Machines, at tbe
Exposition Coivertalle, Paris, 1667, thns
attesting their great superiority over all
other Sewing Machines.
POLNT8 OP EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and Eleuticity of Stieh.
Tcrftetum and Simplicity of Machinery.
JVo fattening of teams ly hand and no
watte of thread.
Wide range of application without change
The seam retains ha beauty and firra&ee
after washing and ironing.
Besides doins; all kinds ol work dne by
other S-wiiig machines tba F'a'tie S'itch
machine ex-cn!rs the most htautilulanu
pt-rmiu-nl EinbrcMery aud orowmenN
ALKX FIN LEY is the General
A?nt tor the eule ol the Govei k Ba
ker r-huttle or Lockfil-rh Machine, and
the Elaftie.S'itch. or Two Spool Ma
chine, in tbe Coonties of Marfan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, Muk'ngom
and Vinton, ar.d baa hi? Traveling Ag
ents all throuiih liiese CyOBties. Per
sona ari-hins a lirsi-clasi rewir.r Ma
chine, jut what i peeded for t.-mily o",
should call on Mr Finlev or one f his
agents. II. B. VIXCKNT k BRO.
are his ageuta in McCooDelaville.
Hay 12th, 1871-tL
jsci&a: n e.3sr g gjs ac j
North Bide of Center St., between East acd Penn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has Always to O Hereto lllsl aatomera the Best Qualities or
Jc, Ccffccs, tcju;irs, 3)Jcia.s$e3, ii)d rEbefrjifyircj
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flonr by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
on hand. Trices to suit the times. April 21, 1871 - ly.
We keep on hands, and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We h, l-o, aumtetuiive lio nf PAIN lb, DYK STUFFS, OILS and BKUjH
ES, all of ahicb we "OW lo the Publie at the lowest market raies. Also, we invite
our crctomers to call ind examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF AVVLL PAPER I
WHICU WK AKB SELLING fcXCEKDINGLY LOW.
April 23th, 1871 ly JOHN ALEXANDER.
i . ROBERTSON.
IT. Cor. of Pub. Squ., ZVIcConnelsville, O.,
MUGS, SEDILIXES. PIET LEADS, PA1XTS, CHS. DIES If DIE STUFFS, PEEFUJERl,
'E'Q3 B E .ISTT Ek EI 2 H .ISfEBJ
Phvsieians' Prescriptions carefully
April 21', 1871 ly.
Dry Goods, Gioceries,
(N. W. Corner East
aW. NEW G0003 received regu'arly.
PUODJCE in exchange lor Goods.
ill EL Dexsnooa.
. ;UKSlHOOR & HON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCRNI'I URK, to-wit: UlAlRf, TABLES. BURBA s, BKK-TKAD-.Ac.
At th.-ir ALK 1:0 ill ii
McCOjSTjNTELSVIT.LK AXD M A LTA.
V. B. They employ uone but 6rt-c1:is mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tneir
Platform is : 'Good work, good pay and low prices 1" April 21, 1871--fim.
R. D. J0H.NS0X &C0-,
North-East corner of Centre and fenn Streets.
Keep constantly on hand a complete assortment of CYfHn. Burial Cuse?, Ac, and have
in 'heir employ Robert A. Pinkrrton. wbu will make this department ol buiiiness a spe
cialty. Ia connection with their buHn-s. they have fi'lid np a first-class
- LiVKKY iriBI,ISIlb:.Ni
And are popart d In larnish all patrons wi'b whatever tbej may wnnt in their LINE,
May 12, 1871 ly.
The ?ash & Door Factory,
Furnishes to order FLHOEIXG, WEATHER BOARDIXG, S'DING, CKIUNU
SASH, SHUTTKRS, BLINDS A DOOU;. BOX COM IO N WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRtt'KKrrf, BTI'OXS AND
Plaluln? &. Matching, Scroll Savr!ng &, Rlpplns; Done to Order.
p Oak, Poplar aud Pine Lumber bought
April 21, 1871 ly
Dealer in nats and Caps, on Center St.,
has on hands, at all times, the
Very Latest Styles of
5EW GOODS Received XV UU
&r EVEKITfllXC SOLD
l2r- The IJighetl Cath Priett paid for
April 2i, 1871 -ly.
Grocery and Provision Store !
D. & ( W. MUMMEYliave on liana, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS. jlOLASSKS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply of AH Kinds of Provisions In this Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market ia open at all hoars of the day. None but tha
best of Cattle killed, and consequently
flour sold by tne sack at the lowest rates. April 21, 1871 ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry'oods !
W. IJ. & C. McCAKTY, Dealers in Dry Gods,
Xciion. Ladies' Dress Cood. Ladies' Shoe Etc
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, AcCon-
N. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash pricea. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. April2l, 1871-Iy.
o o ts and 3 h o e s !
T. C. V HATCH,
kl AN CFAClT REK OF EOOTS AND SHOES. Odd Fellow Bcildixo,
On East Street. McConnelsville. Ohio.
Boot and Shoe, fur I.vliei", Uent, n-l ('li Mr-n, m uml iriD'id to orJer on tbe short
eft rMvsiihle nnlice. None hat the iet of S -fk worked, aud a lit always guarantied.
A GOOD AS-ORI". ENTof B ns and Shoes alrays on hand lor those who want to
buy ready-madi work. -CUBBLING duue neatly and warranted taeive pt-rfeci
antisf'Ciion. Giire me a cal'. T. C. VEATCII.
June 30' 1871.
15. L. .lEORRES,
South side of Canter L, three doors East of Public Square, icConnelstllle, O.,
HAKDWAKE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, &c, &c.
X. B. Agent for the Bale of tbe "Acme Mower A Reaper." an iTTrrtroTernent
on the Climx. which gave universal 8atinfction Iantspn. fAr. 21'71-It.
ZAKSVII.I.i: KIMAESS CkltO-i.
W. fl UUTLEDGE.
Altera' Block, IJo. 50 Mala
ITv orr-ned complete Stock of Velrets,
perJ, ffrpertiDda, iltonim anera, mcrsin, Venetians, Hatch Wool, Uotmee, Hemp,
and Rag Carpets. ALSO Wall Papers. Window shade, Mattt. Rags, Oil Cloths. Ac
A genu for Marbleized Mantles. Wt iurite tbe Public to call and examine oar
toek. Jon. 3, 1871. .
HI SI ESS CARDS.
compounded, and Paint mixed to order.
F. M. KAHLER.
Boots and Slices, :g
and Centre Streets)
M CONNELSVILLE. (1110
The highest priie paid for COUNIRT
piay 4V71. ly
A. M. Scssaooa.
11. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
east of Pub Square, McennelBville.O.,
most complete assortment of tha
ETA.TS and JrVDPS !
Every Change In the Seasons t
10W FOR CASH ! -a
Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins I
their beef ia always of tha best quality.
Street, Zanesville, Ohio,
Body and Tapeatry Bras 99 V, Extra So-
BURRO UGH & CO.,
Wbalenleaod Retail Dealers in and max.
t&- PLAIN AND FANCY
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
Guaranteed to Give Perfect
Parlor Work and Chamber
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Rooms, JVo. 70 JUain Street,
X. B. Cash paid for seasoned Lumber.
"'"H A. DX2X. Sdttoav
A Kewwftwr a tae Pi tawat '
late hwl fa Fe.lo 5w .a Eavtk.
tnglaitln; Tafmsn. Haebanlea, Mere&aat, Pre
fssaoaal Maa.Workata.TDiakr-s, and ail u
aer or Hosna rolks, a4 ttaa Wtv, Boas, and
DaacMer of aU saea.
OKI.T OITX DOLLAR A Y1AS I
05JB HTJKDRXS C0PXS3 FOB 93
Or less tliaa One Cant a Co;r. Let Casr b. a
SAO ClaS at avarr F oaca.
BKan-tVXEKXT BUS, 83 A TEAS
of tba aaa stn ana (encml character aa'
THB WESKLT, bat wua a greatarvarlaty ot
auaoallaaeoiai raartluc, aal faroteMag tn nova
tottsraDacnbanwlta treatar traaime. fraoaaa.
tt sana twtea a waefc Instead of oao oolj.
tin daily suk, ta X YZXC.
A enSmtaenttT readable newioaper. wna tba
larrast circulation la Uia world, rne. tn,lr
Mideat, and faanaaa hi politics. All Uia nsv
from eTanrwbara, Two cents a oooy by trull,
C TEE343 TO CLTTBa
TJ1X DOLXAS WEZO.X.T STTjC
Tlva eooaBS, on rear, saparauir addnasM,
Tea coda, ona Tr. samnteiT adilraaaett (aa4
Twmtr eoele, eaa rear, epiratelr addmseS
(audaauaaeopj to Uiacrtterapof clab).
ftttr em, one rear, ta ne a-idrea isad tka
Sana-Weeklr one year to getter n p of einb).
Ftrcy cootes, one Tear, wparwaly andnaaad (and
to bami-weaJKljoaayrarto getter an of claM.
Ona baudied copies, on year, to one ftddraaf
(aad ta Xially tot on. jeu to the ir.'ttor ai oi
dab). I Uty Dalian.
One bondrad eoalea, ens yaar, s-ovatsly ad.
THX SHI. IV KKH.tdT 6TJ9
tauuha ona year, aaparatety aildrawait-
Tea eontea, on. rear, sepantetv aadnaaed (ao4
aa extra copy lo gatwr ap of dao),
sz5i tova atcnrzT
ta faft Oflle. oeden. ebeekSi or draft on Be
yore, wberaver eoarafUeot. U not, tnea rmrlam
tea lattara aontalnlna ajoaay. Andrea
L W. KJTOtiST). Pnbltsbee,
Boa oioce. sew Xorft ca7
THE MARRIED LADIES'
GiTM infcrtcaitioa on
abjtx-t ol InUraM ta ti
No labt nr Tn u
who fs hibutismL, or wb
Uwtu4 W iUui ufw-
8nt fr6 to all nnder w on Tfe-ipt of 10 CNTftV
Xddrvm: KU A HLTK MoTr, M. D.
BBUAA7WAV, Uppb. AttaT PlftC, If.V.
- Glad r.ewel
A pTOBit ctuw iwmrrritcd in lilMMof dbeM
ariaitu; from iniprailenew or youthful rrcrs.rtwultiryr ta
Dwrvoca dvbtlity, aenuziai weakneast, e n i"". drVAlOaV
aXUpotaC7, glaet dlWIMOa, afcO, by BSLOg
DR. DELL'S SPECIFIC IiE3TEDIK9.
Thpr ean Ka osed withmt detactfgo. or Interim
Wilis, online, and bo abautf ot djt ta aaoeaBaMy.
DR. BELL'S SPECIFIC FILLS
will cotw all ordhuur cue withoat fm-tbr aid. Trta4
boxes oont Or mail fUtL OB roitw cf OU llm mil
iiiMv'aiiip For private eta. A'K.re:
. BKI.I,, T1S brcUwar. 5av Tortk
JLADisa, TAirr. rroxicsi.
If joa wan raliabla rmail for srrwrilsrHiaw msa
DR. BA&TETS CH20!t 0TEU II fOXS
Th will nstora natim treedny an toActanl ku
all ordinary eaaea. Prick jhk Iiotx.B.
Scoai Sump (or Dr. Hatvx Pri Mctileal CirookA
Dr. Sjurey's Gulden Tills
A fmevry fotrr togrm rrrofiitqf fcr rerai eaaaav
tr and Scma, and rest taj.ua hvm viuai
LAilEa ttmj nmmr fail Uj rrnov ih njoi dittros
in symntom. no mat bar bow loaf iuoy have tititt L
Fuirc Firs Oolxaju. ty mail aaeoral aeewo!
OR re-ip of money, br
la. JOHN UAKPET, 715 tcwadway, ffow Toafc
Hove and r7Zctrimony.
fl Trr affect iorrs may b rairkt1 by foUowif. atmi!
a ruiftv and all may marry bapp-Jy ilhOut rKar4
m u wraith, axe or beauty. Mad 9 MuU lor ikM
Yzrm Uoolt. or sump forcircntar. to
madXm LDni.LR demhrhl
Kftbib Kreet P. U. Nw oa
I fieaf Itilfnii
I ertr. ay aaaa off
A, r.d nstur las I
1 baalth. Sot iui io J
aoffarad and bow eorad
. SBdUmv.EOGAlt TKEM ABIE.
t attOAD WAT. N. Y.
i-i A. Tf KVliS
Tb torribl. dianae, C(rrb. wMch BifV o maaW
afua laimiiialaa ia lronuhiL ud CcfiMuiaptaacw
wltboai doubt. b Mtirt!y remoTe5-i9 msww hM
lon ii ha axiaxad. AU caaaa ca puiltvJiy
prrjper treatmena, and tl,0Of Tfill tm forfeited for ao
eaat tnat it to ear after thorough trial of ia
Daw MADTIfJ rMTTftN'ft
Ravmedy ia tbe m
ya are tm man:
t and best for rfen!aveie and WeaSf
SASSAFRAS & WITCH HAZEL
5er fail to ira bauBdi reT.af in all eaaea.
READ THE TESTIMOTT.
and aand atamp for a eircalsr. 1tjl idk tb af unlema
of tba JiMtM and virtoea of tbe mue.ly. A pacaaa.
will ba aana by mail oa receipt of money.
PRICE TWE.NTY-FIVK CFJiTS.
bfy Catarrh waa Immediataly relieved t yrr ?.
afraaand Witcb HueL R.-T. ASA IlKuWN.
1 ean read witboat WMrinjr ar4:tarl .nl the we.z
m ia entirely (om aince niti your Sfr.j mad
Vonr Saaeafraa and Witch Razel bu im faikd tm
raliee aay beailanh wiutia bveniinate.
Mrs. SAilAH J05XS.
Addra.HT. MAETTW Dl-rrJ.
B.ble Home ACatiea. ! Toe,
lantt waarso iuiiihih
FOR ALL DISEASES.
10 EARN A LIVING EASILY,
! M-Mh .iltunt nnM. la .rt 111. Wltil.
Tta. Secret I Untl
Acrrrs ark wajtbi v n tb- h ai
nan eva from t to U dr.lUm . d.j. S"j ' a. eucnkar
and peeimen en or. PRICK OS DOLLAJL
Adde. alc?'njr tj.pjtW It TO
N.. Vera (Jita.
ADAM AND EVE in the GARDEN CF EDE.1
IT WILL FLXASK rV'EEVBODT.
teanl FUTV CISTS tat mpr. aad yaw addraa a
LaaJ KAJsr btOOtag. biail). Haw Yaafe
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