EPH A. KEU.Y, KlTO AKD PROPMETOR.
M'CONJNJiLSVlLLE. ORIO :
FlIOAY, . . . Aliens! 4.
T IS Jrl 2d. B
ne copy, one year, when
not paid in advance, $2.00
ne copy, one year, cash
o a Clult of (en. one dol
lar and tRirty-flve cents
a Club of ftlleen, one
dollar and twenfy-uve
cents each, IS.?5
or (he Campaign 'of XS71, 40
Cents per Copy,
gr ALL DELINQUENTS will be
harped up, in all cases, at the rate of
wo Dollars a var.
WASHINGTON COUNTY PROHIBITION
At Marietta, Friday, Sept, 1st,
at One O'clock, P. M.
All voters in Washington "Conn-
ty, who are favorable 10 theoreran
lization ot a froiuDition .Party in
Raid County, are invited to attend a
County Convention, to be held ai
in Marietta, on
Friday, September 1st, 1871.
at one o'clock P. M., fr the pcrposc
lot nominating candidates for tho
following offices, to be voted for at
I the next October election, to-wit:
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
I'roaecuting Attorney, .
Two County Cora mission nets,
By erder of
WASHINGTON CO. COM.
Prohibition Senatorial, Convention.
The Prohibitionists of the 14th
Senatorial District of Ohio, com
prising Wasaington, Morgan and
apart of Noble Counties, are re
quested to be in altcndance'on the
Prohibition Senatorial Convention
to be held in Marietta, on Friday,
September 1st, 1871, at three o'clock,
l . Jl., for the purpose 01 nomma.
ting a candidate for State Senator,
to be voted for ut tbe approaching
By order ot COMMITTEE.
Peach 'Ice Creaji, everybody
likes it, at Bemis'.
.Ned, a little 6on of V. A. Mc
Connel's, brcke his arm. by falling
oil a chair on last Sunday.
Ice Cream at Tall hours of the
day, a well as in the evenings, at
A new front has made its appear
ance in John Boone's Saddler
Parties and private families snp
plied wiih Ice Cream in any quan
tity ordered, at lie-mis'.
W. A. McUonnel, of tbia place,
has obtained a situation as Stock
Aeent at Columbus on the Pitts
Lurch, Cincinnati & St. Louis Kail
ivad. Fruit in abundance on our streets
attest that apples, peaches, pears
and plums will not be scarce on the
tables of Morgan County families
Ocr cotemporaries in Marietta,
-the Times and Register, would con
fer a.favor by giving us the credit
for what tliey see proper to copy
from onr paper instead of giving it
to tho Uei aid.
llox. . JP. oPRAGCE has onr
thanks for full reports census 1860.
Mr. Sirjgue'u attention to tbe
wants and needs of newspaper men
in his District is past all precedent
&s far as our experience can testify.
Jacob Eoland, for many years
back a citizen of this place, died nt
Lis homo, on Friday night last,
aged almost fifty-nine years. His
remains were buried, under the
charge of the Masoi.s, on Sunday,
nt 3 r 'clock, r. M. Mr. Roland wa
well known to all our citizens, and
his funeral was one of tbe most nu
merously attended ever in McCon
nelsviile. M. E. Camp Meeting. The II.
li. Church will bein a series of
meetings at the Cntnp Grounds,
on Jacob Munimey's farm, in
Meigsville township, on the 30th ot
this li.onth. A business meeting
will be held, on the grounds above
mentioned, on the lOtb of this
month, and all persons having bu
siness with the Committee of Ar
rangements will pleaBe meet them
them at that time.
The Morgan County Medical So
ciety held a meeting t Dr. Charles
Robertson's office, in this place, on
Tuesday. There was a good at
tendance, several essays were read,
and several cases were reported and
discussed. The meeting, was an
interesting one, and adjournment
was made until the next Semi-Annual
meeting, whicn will be bold on
the first Tuesday in November.
The Public meeting, beld in the
Good Templars' Lodge Room, of
Malta, on lust Friday evening, was
largely attended. The addresses by
llevs. Courlright and Cither were
most admirable, and bore no un
certain meaning. They considered
tbe war between the liquor vendors
and drinkers and tho peace and
welfare of society as inaugurated,
and they thought that no one could
be upon both sides of tbe question.
One must be either lor or against
The Zanesville Courier seems dis
posed to inaka ut out a liar because
we stated that the man who fell
off one ot the bridges in that city
recently was intoxicated. As we
have once before notified the Cou
rier, we will state that our infor
mation relative to the matter came
from a Z tnosville citizan. If it is
not true we are clad of it. But
we have Rtated, and now stale, tht
Siepheu R. Hsmer, of Zanesville,
the Republican candidate for Mem
ber of Board of Public Works, has
been a drinker of intoxicat.ng liq
uors as a beverage for twenty years.
Will the Courier dare sav we falsify,
W. Ptle, of the Zanosvile
City Times, formerly editor of the
McConnelsvitle Herald, is tbo "Mus-
mugum v auey KepuDncan mm
Ravens the information relative to
senator bht-rman Having aiconouc
liquors in bis room, at a Columbus
hotel, during the session of the late!
ltepnoucan convention, lor too use
of himself and mends. Mr. Pyle
now says we were mistaken about
his saying he was in Sherman's
room at the time stated, for he was
not; bnt that he said he was told,
by one who was there, that Sher
man had wine on his table far the
purposes above spokon of, and that
he now believes suc-h to have been
the fact. This sounds entirely too
much like the story of the "three
black crows" for anybody to give
it hoed. As there aro others be
side the editor, of this paper that
understood Mr. Pyle to say just
what we published, we feet confi
dent that he did not fully appre
hend what he did say. As the mat
ter stands, we fully and freely re
tract the chargo as mado by us
against Senator Sherman.
Washington County Items
Mi. Battelle, mother ol tho Rev. C.
D. Battelle, of the Ohio Conference,
of the M E. Church, died on Sun
day, tbe 23rd ult., at Newport, hgml
6 years. Her husband is still liv
ing, and is one month her senior.
The old conple.bad lived together
as man and wife for upwards of
A new M. Is. Church, at .New
Matamoras, within the McConnels
viUe District, was dedicated on
Sunday, the 30th nit., Ireo from fi
nancial embarrassment. iCev. L.
M. McGuire preached th dedica
tion sermon, and collected $1,000
which freed the church from debt.
Tfiis makes seventeen new church
es that have been erected by tho
M. E. Church in this District, with
in tbe past three and a bull years.
Oo last Saturday the Novelty
Ball Club, of this place, played tlio
Shoo Fly Club, of Four Mile, on
tbe four Mile grounds, the .Novel
ty Club making a score ot 60 runs
to 6 for the Shoo Fly.
The novelty Cui defeated the
Second Nine of tbe Hickory's on
last Monday, by a score ol iO to
On last TiieedaA r.ftcrnoon, the
Poverty Club, formerly the Second
Nine of the Novelty, played a Mal
ta club on tbe Malta grounds. The
MalUinians came off victos by a
score of 50 to 40.
The great game of the week,
however, has been that between the
Hickory Juniors and the Athens
Club, which was played on our
Common on Wodnctdat . The
Athens boys came here high in
hoi. a of going home victors, butbko
all foreign clubs that come here
went boire victims of a vain delu
sion, aaa town ot Athens had
told their boys that if Ihoy beat the
Hickories they should receive a new
uniform and a hundred dollars.
Tbey camo, played, und were badly
beaten, and went home pretty well
convinced that they hardty under
stood tho rudiments of Base Bull
playing. The Hickories scored 20
ruos tj 7 for Athens. It is sup
posed that there is not a elab in
tho State that can come here and
beat tho Hickories.
.An noxEsT Confession. Ono of
the leading Democrats of this place,
and u great friend of the new pa
per, fearing the late attack of the
Democrat on Rev. C. W. Courlright
would prove detrimental to the pa
per and the party, apologized to
Mr. Courtright by saying that the
"beer and liquor men were highly
incensed at certain editorial that
appeared in tbo Independent about
the timo Of the lite Spring oleciions,
and that they thought ho wrote
them, and consequently tho appear
ance of the articlo against him l.n
last week's Democrat." This f an
honest confession that tho Democrat
controlled byi.be beer and liquor
men, who hope to use its columns
to induce tbe Democracy of Morgan
County to .givo them the power in
the County. How do you like the
programme, Demacrais? Do you
like the idea of being made cats
paws topuilbeer and liquor ven
dors' chestnuts out of the fire?
J. M, Dalzell, of 2foble Ccuaty,
out in a communication to tbo
Cincinnati Gazette, Bad which was
copied by the Herald otlast week,
giving reasons why Kepublicnns
should not become' Prohib'ttonists.
This Dalzell is a Republican office
holder, Prosecuting Attorney ol
Noblo County, and will be tbe prob
able candidate for re-election this
Fall. We expect thero ere anj'
amount, of office-holders in tbe Re
publican party that could give
reasons why Temperance Republi
cans should not become Prohibi
tionists. We have a few such
Levi Robinson, who was sent to
the Penitentiary a few years since.
was pardoned recently. Also, a
younji man named Sheets, of Wind
sor tp., has been pardoned from tho
sam6 establishment. .Both behaved
themsel7es meritoriously while iir
prison, and it will be remembered
that many persons here thought
Robinson should never bavo bucn
sent to the Penitentiary.
The opening of the beer-saloons
has made its mark already. Drnn
kenness has shown itself moro on
streets within the past week,
than it had for months preceding.
Hut tbe Herald thinks beer-saloons
have been among our wants and
needs within those months. What
you thins:, temperance men of
parties? Don't yon think we
could have got along much b-tier
On Monday, Tuonday and Wed
nesday of this week there was bnt
barber-shop doing business :n
place Uilbie's. Fred and
George, of the City Shaving Sa
loon, and D. D. Williamson were
to Zanesville jollifying the
Does anybody know why the
Democrat did not stick to its orig
inal purpose of being a True Dem
Teachers' .Normal Institute
Upwards of sixty teachers have en
rolled themselves aa members of the
Teachers, Xormal Institute now in
session in this place. Most of those
who are now in attendance are
young in the profession and it is
honed that next week there will
more of the more elderly teachers!
... ... . , .1. .nr,a.
ance. The Institute promises to be
one 01 100 iiiuffb iiiLeruBbiii uuu
r 1 ljj : .1, r(P
ever hold in the t.ounty,
certainlv behooves all
possibly can to bo in attendance.?
HI SIX CSS XOTICES.
. , f 1
The sweetest smiles of tbe fair sex
are bestowed on those young men who
wear clothei purchased at T. D. Chea-,
Clothing b tore,
Uoor Skirts, fancy styles, "Corsets,
Combs, Toi!et Soaps, rocket
Tooth-picks and every thing
imaginable in the Notion Department
. t . .1:1
STOP AX REtD THIS ! I !
Tou can buy (he Best and Drr
est Clears at i'a(. Sweeney's,
next door (o the 1'ost OCice 1
Best Max it thb Bat. T. D. Chea
dle's Clothing Store.
A fkrfect luxury, the nice Toilet
Soap at SILL'S.
NOTWITHSTANDING A CER-
tuin Gnu ia McConuehville styles ibera
se Ives sole acents for (lie t ale of the Pro
tector Fruit Jurs I'elt-s-ealfrs,'! I won!j
inform tbe public that tbe abate j r U for
Fle at the Malta Qucenewere S'.ore, both
wholesale and retail' Also I lie largi-st and
l-est assortments of Fruit Jars and Jeiiy
Tumblers and Cups to befonod in the two
lown. Farmers and oibcrs in want ol any
lliirg in the Fruit-jir line will do well to
give nie a call.
J. S. WILSON.
Weddixo Outfits at FILL'?. Ele
gant Collars, Stylish Xeckties, Gloves.
Handkerchiefs, line Suspenders, Ho
siery and everything in that line.
Willie's Arithmetics !
A supply of White's Arithmetic re
ceived at'ADAia's Book Store on yester
day. School Teachers in attendance
at the Institute should each have a
copy of this new, practical and com
Baskets of every description, and
loads coming. When you want any
eo to SILL'S.
Go to T. D. Cheadle's and examine
his new assortment of piccegocds.
New Stock this week.
Tucxks, varying from two to twenty
dollars in price, and of various styles
of finish at SILL'S. Try one of our
Fine Trunks; it will give satisfaction.
We have also Ladies' liaskets and
Satchels in good assortments.
Holland's Gold Ten is the best in
the market Every pen warranted.
II. B. VINCENT & BliO.
Ask for.the Fashion Collars nt SILL'S.
The "High Commission Bow ' is there
SMOWING MACHINES !
STEEL TOO "II AND
REVOLVING Jlay Rnke 1
For sale by Cochran, Hozman & Co.
June 30 2vv.
. IIalf-Bcshel, TecV and Gallon
Meafures'Tubs, Buckets and Brooms
And lots of them to be received at
Adair's Book Store next week. They
make constant ai d frequent additions
to their stock and are always prepared
to offer the most desirable Goods in
their line in town.
I.ionT Prints of good styles; some
very desirable dark colors. Call befoie
they jire all closed outat MLLa.
The bent of Spun Roll tobacco at
ollco 10 Coal Consnmers'ln
SItConnelsi ille and Alalia.
Ballot; & Martin will commence
delivering Scrcancd Coal, at the
nbovo named points, about the 1st
ofAugust next, and will furnish to
alfwbo wish in good order and dry.
The coal will be boated in the
. BALLOU & MARTIN.
JalySl, '7: if
Pocket maps of Ohio !
ew surlily of late and correct rock
et Maps of Oh: received at Adib's
Book fctore this week. 1 hey, also,
have a good assortment of Pocket
Maps of the Western States always on
Canes! Cases!! CANES ! !! Stod"
dard Crooks-for sale at VINCENT'S.
A eew pieces of light colored Lawns
left at SILL'S. They wi'.l be sold very
low to close outthe stocc
tfQ- The continuous sales of WALL
PAPER at Adair's Book Store, even
at this dull season of the year, is good
evidence ol the popu'arity of the stock.
Their Styles, Prices and Qua'ity can't
be beat, and thy offer the best and
Ireshest Goods in tha market, "besides
trimming their paper for customers
FRfcE of charge.
Large lot just received; Diamond
and Pebble Lenses in Gold. Silver and
Steel frames. Also Microscopic Len
Bes, of a very fine quality, in silve-pla-ted
Nickle frames -light, neat and du
rable. n. B. VINCENT & BRO.
Tier your Collars and Neck-Ties at
SI LL'S 'I heir Stock is full to over
flowing. Any taste can be gratified.
For the best and dryest Cigars ?all
on C. E. COCHRAN, who keeps the
best assortmeni of Favorites, Palmet
tos, Mazeppas,'-Unions, Little Char
mers, Long Johns, Tips and Stogies,
as well as all tbe best brands of Chew
ing Tobacco, such as BannerXavies,
both pound and half pounds, Banner
Fives, Bright Fives, (.'olden Flake,
Rough and Ready' Virginia Twist,
also North Star, Nerve and Banner
five cent, Sec, Ac.
BSTi- The best INK'is Kept at Adaib's
Tbe Collars ' Par Excellence," the
'Semper Idem" and the "ilellnotte"
$63- Sph-ndid HAIR, HAT and
CLOTHES BRUSHES, all styles,
at Adaib's Book Store.
A Fbksb supply of Dry Geods, in
cluding a nice lot of Prints, just re
ceived. Ladies call while they are ia
g' od oraer at si 3.
The reeular old Dog-leg tobacco
at ?. S WEENEY'S, adjoining tho
A kick lot of Groceries, selected with
care expressly for family use at SILL'S.
The very best Tea, Coffee, Sugar and
apices can be louna teere.
Orawlns Books !
A large lot of Drawing Books,
with and without designs, now at
Adair's Book Store.
prevalence of tempests and torna
P idoes in various sections of the West
consequences in many communi
who,,1'"' u" UttVO "uu"u ,u res-
DC I IVSUO IKBO VI HAW. lirSkClU jXLIB'
r - , yr ,
ou'. fwa onJ Huinewta have
suffered tho most, but great dam
die's ago has been dono both cui and
west Tho effect of these catas
P.rushes, trophes is severely felt on the fron
Eooks, tier, whero the pioneer settlors
have just made a commencement.
McCoNSELL, EilERSOI & llABRIS,
of Zanesville, huvo removed their
store to No. 85, corner of Main
and Third streets, the room hereto
fore occnpied by P. & J. Biack as
k wholesale dry goods store.
The Chicago Post says that the
t nofc DePn '
attended with results so
as to threaten serious
iar succc-.ibkiii, uuu 111 puino tntji-o re
peatedly visited tho same locality.
Houses, fences and barns have been
alike swept away, attended with
end are engaged in a strugglo lor
existence. The crops are ireneral-
ly light in tho diatricts affected,
ana me blow on tne larmc-rs is
very sevoro and calls for active
sympathy and roMcf.
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 3RD.
Flour per barre', Sti 00
Bean3, per bushel, 2 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to IS
Brooms, per dozen, ?l 00 to 'Z 2d
Candles, per pound,
Star Candles, per pound,
COFFEE Choice Uio, per pound,
Fair Kio, do do
Good do do do
l-aguayra, do do
Java, per pound, 25 to 28
Cheese, per pound, 15 to 18
Eigs, per dozen. " 1C to 12 1-2
FlSllMackerel, per halfl.bl. SO IK)
take Ilerring, do do $2 25
Potomac do do do 9i.O
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel, $1 00
Corn, do do 65
Oats, do do 35
Ilav, per ton, 510 00 to 12 00
SYRUP N. Orleans, per gal., $1 03
Golden Syrup, do lo 80 to !?l
BACON II am, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
Sides, do do S to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to
Rice, per pound, ID to 12
SUGAR Brown, per pound,' in 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 $ I 00 to 1 20
Japan tea, do 1 20 to 1 50
TOBACCO-Black, . C5 to 75
Bright tobacco, SO to 00
Tallow, per pound. 8
Potatoes, new, per bushel, 00
Wool per pound, 50
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets.
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets. Monday evening, July 31, '71.
Beep Cattle The arrivals for
tho week were betyry the largest
for a nnmber of weeks past. Tho
supply was considcrab'y in excess
of the demand, and the market rul
ed dull throughout the week. A
decline was established, and a con-
siderable number were left over nn-
Bi!d. We quote common S2 75(5 S;
fair, 83 253 50; good, S3 754 23,
prime butchers' stuff, $4 50i 75,
and shipping cuttle, 8-1 7og,5 per
cental gross. Texas atd Chcrokeo
cattle sold SI 75 to S3 per cental,
as in quality.
Sheep Tho market was not so
firm under a better supp'y, but pri
ces are without important cli.uio.
W quoe common to prime ?2 50
?3 50 per cental grots. Lambs sold
at ?1 7i to S3 per head.
Hogs The market closed dull,
and prices aro loiver than on last
Monday. We quote light to heavy
averages S4 30I50 per cental
gross. AH wi-ro sold.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
Baltimore, July 27. The mar
ket yesterdaj' was rather slow i 11
opening, but when started became
fairly active, and 60ino 1150 head
changed hands, bat with no appre
ciable cliaiipe since last week. This
morning the balance of tho offering?,
with few exceptions, were close!
out ai tho rates of yesterday. The
apparent advance indicated by our
list -of qnatations is oulj seeming,
tho quality being inferior. Some
350 bend of the rccipts were reship.
pod East without being offered
here. Milch cows aro -in better ro
quest, and arc selling at a flight ad
vance on the rates of l.-ist week, $30
to (55 per head, 11s to quality.
Veal calves without change, we
quote at 4(5 7c. per lb. Prices to
day for beef cuttle ranged as follow:
best beeves at S5 75gG C2A; ceneri
ally rated first quality at S4 250
5 75; medium or good fair quality
at 3 87A4 25; ordinary thin sloor,
oxen and cows at S3 C2ig3 SVi;
inferior and lower crades of cattle
S3 00 general average of the mar
ket to-day S5 37i. Extreme range
of prices S3 62i(7?6 62. Most of
the sales wcro from $1 75 to S5 75
per 100 lbs. Of the rccoip's 65
head enno from Maryland. 575 from
Ohio, 81G from West Virginia, 71
from Virginia, fl Ironi Illinois, and
52 head from Pennsylvania total
receipts for tho week 1,630 head,
against 1.G0S Inst week, and 1.207
same !i mo last year. Of tho offer
ings 7G0 head were taken by Bal
timore butcherc, 168 sold to coun
try dealers und butchers, and 345
to speculators for Eastern- markets
total sales for the week 1,273
head, against 1.3G4 lust week, and
1,170 head same timo Inst year.
Sheep and Lambs The receipts
have fallen ofi somewhat since our
Isst report; aro and have benn
rather scarce and in good demand
at an advance ot Jc. Open wool
stock sheep continue in good de
mand. We quote fat sheep at 4 t5i
c. per lb. gross, as to quality. Stock
sheep nt SI 75a2 75 per head, as to
quamy. alamos are in lull puppl3"
and dnIIS2ii3 75 per head, as f
quality. Receipts this week 4.4GG.
as against 5,CG2 last week and 5,773
Hogs Prices bavo advanced ic.
per lb. since our last quotations,
commencing to riso early in tho
woeir, and they are now selling at
S7 25a7 75 per 100 lbs. net, the de
mand for tho heavier weights being
somewhat belter than it has been
for some timo past. Prospects are
considered favorable for acontin
nanc of present or approximate
prices. Receipts this week 5,200,
against 5,404 last week and 2,204
haad 6anic liiac last year.
GKOVER i, BAKER.
Were awajded ihe liiirl.eet Premium at
. tbe State Fairs of
First Prize s
Have a!so bren nirardi-d these Machines
at the exliibitious of
? P f M HP?
'hevrry hiifl.est prizf, TIIE CROSS
THE LEGION UF HONOR, was
conferred 00 tlie" representative of I lie
GuiVt'r & ItitL-r Sewinv MurlilneB At iLp
l'xpusrion Universe lie, Paris, Ifc67, Urns
iiliei-iing their preat superiority our all
k k h k
i k i
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and Elasticity of Stich.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Xo fattening of teams ly hand and no
vcastc of ihrtaiU
Wide ranje of application without change
The seam retains its braaty and firmLes9
a Tier washing and iiouftig.
Rfsidfs doinf; all kinds of work done by
other Sowing niachiues the Elastic Stitch
machine executes ihe most In autilul and
perniduenl Embroidery and ornament
ALEX FINLET is the General
A pent lor ll.e sale of the G rover & Ra
ker Miullle or Lockstitch .Machine, and
the Eluf-t'c Stilch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in ihe Counties of Jlorfnn, Ath
ee Hocking, Wahinctnn, aloskinguni
and Vinton, ar.d has his Traveling A
ent) all throngh these Counties. 1'er
sons srifchinj a Crst-clas Sewing Ma
chine, just what is needed for family nse,
should call ou Mr. Finley or one of bis
ageula, II, B. VINCENT k BRO.
re his eents in JlcConoeluville.
ilay 12tb, 1871 tf.
We keep on bands, and are constantly receivicg
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We tiap, aim, anextenfive lint of PAIN IS. DYE STUFFS, OILS and BUU5II.
EH, all of which we offer 10 ttie Public at the lowest msrkrt rates. Also, we iuvite
onr ccstomera to call vnd examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF WALL PAPKTl !
WHICH WE ABE SEIXIXU EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 2Slh, 1S71 ly. JOHN ALEXANDER.
HZ. "W.'Cor. of J?ub.' Sqn., IcCoanelsville, O.,
DRUGS, SEDICHES, PURE LEADS, FILMS, CILS. DYES BYE STUFFS,. rEKFCSESl,
' Phvaicinna' Prescriptions carefully
April 21, 1871 ly.
Dealers in .
Dry Goods, Gioccife,
(N. W. Corner East
8u NEW GO0D3 received reunVly.
PKODJC'Kin exchange for Goods.
II. DM & MO O H &'OH,
Keep on hand a vry large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-wit: CHAlRr', TADLES, 1JCREAS, CED3TEAD?,ic, &:.,
At their SALE liOO.15 in
IcCOELSVITTi: AJXJD 1IALTA.
N. B. Ther employ rone but first-clues
riatlorm is : "Oood work, good 1 ay unit low
V N D ii R T
XorfU-Kast corner of Centre anl Penn Slrecl.
Keep constantly on Land a complete assortment of Ct ffins. Huriul Chix-, Jcc, and have
in their employ Kitvrt A. rinki-rtoo, who will nuke this tlfpartm-nt ol buswess a spe
cial!. In con;:uetn with llif ir bu-.in'-fs, tlit-v have fl ti-I up fjivt-class
And are p-rparfd to lurnish all p itrons with whatever lhey may wuut iu their LINE.
JIuy 12, IbTl Ij.
The TSnzh & 13cor Factory,
ileConnelsvi le, Ohio,
Fornishrs to order FLOORING, 'VEATIIK.il D0AROINO, S'DIXG, CEILING
SASH. SUUTTEIW.BLINDS i DOORS. I'.OX & COMMON" WIN
DOW FRAMES, It RACKET'S, RATIONS AND
r:a!nin? Jc3Ialc!sir)?r, Scroll Sawing & Rlppfr-s Rene to Crdcr.
jpT Oak, Poplar and Fino Lumtcr hought
April 21. 1ST! ly
Dealer in Hats and Cap3 on Center St., east of Tub Square, llcfonnolsville, O ,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of ETVTS and 'JJsJPS I
NEW GOOES Received TVKh Every Change In tlie Seasons !
YEITIII.C SOLD LOW FOR CASH ! t33
K3" The IT-ghest Cash J'rieet paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins I
April 2l,lS71 -ly.
Grocery ami Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMlEYhave on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEE?, SUGARS,; JOLASfeEP, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Sleep a Full Supply ol All Kinds or Provisions ia this Slarket.
N. B. Their .Meat Varketis open at all hours of the day. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality,
l'lour soli by the sack ut the lowest rates. April '21, 1ST! ly.
Dry Jood ! Dry Gcods !
W. IJ. & C McCAiiTY. Dealers in Dry Goods,
Kofion LidScs' Dress Cooi? Ladies' SfcarSj Elc(J
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Tublic Square, JcCon-
N. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash ju ices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, lS71-ly.
B o o ts and li o e s !
T. G: V
MANUFACTURE!: OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Old Fellomt Ecildixo,
Oil Last IStrett, McConnelsnlle, Ohio.
Rootp and Shoes, for Ladies, Gents, und Children, mninlactured to order on the short
et po-"Hitle notice. None l.nt ihe t-et nfSinrk worted, and a Bl alwjyj Efnaranti-cd.
A GOOD ASSOItrv EXTof It and Stmes alv.ays on hand lor those wl.o want to
buy ready-made woik. K9-COBBL1NG done neatly ouJ wurrjuited to give perfect
stti-fictiou. Give inc a call. T. V.'. VEA'TCII.
June 30-1', 1S71.
South side of Center St., three doors East of .Public Square, .VcCcr.nelsvllle, O.,
HARDWARE, TINWARR. STOVES, STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
RY, NAILS, GLASS, FLOWS, ie., &e.
N. B. A?:ent for the sale of the "Acme Jlower A Reaper," an improvement
011 the ''Climax," w hit 11 gave universal satisfaction last season. Ap. 21 '71-ly.
This Space is T. D. Cheadle's.
5?,(fssia; si.iaysf ota e&l glb clz ui ats: ;
North side of Center St., between East and Tenn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has Always to OUor to Ills Customera tlie Het qualities of
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, al
ou hand. Prices to suit the times. April 21, 1S71 1;
III SI ESS CARDS.
comronnded, and Paints mixed to order.
F. M. K A II LEU.
Boots and Shoes,
and Centre Streets)
Tho highest priie paid for COUNTRY
May 4,'71. ly.
A. M. Dcxsaooa.
mechanic!, and warrant nil their work. Their
r-ncesl lApnl 21, 1871 fini.
II. 11. WELLS, Superintendent.
Farm for Bale !
160 acres in Union township 110 of
which is cleared land, CO acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
at the door, good coal bunk. - Price
$3.tM)0. Payment? easy. Must be sold
and somobofly will get a bargain.-
For particulars, call on E. 11. Manbe
ry, ilcConnelsville, O'aio.
July 7th, ISTl-tf.
BUItROUGII & CO.,
Wbo'es'a and Retail Dealers ia and mir.-
TLAIN AND FANCY
"XV O R Iv
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
Guaranteed to GJve Perfect
Parlor Work aad Cttanibcr
To sait Parchasers.
Sale Rooms, Xo. 70 7.!ain Strrct,
y. B. Ca? j paid for seasoned Lumber.-
A. D.Vy.t. Editor.
A Kewapapervl taePrcwnt Tinea. 9
I at ended fcr Poople Kaw ea Eaittu
Inclodlng Firmer, llechanlet, Uerctanto. Pro
iniloaal Men, WjrKors, TWnter, aod all Mao.
iter of Hoaert Po's, ao4 tb V.'lTSJ, Boss, auA
Janalitem of all cacX
CSZ.T OS2 DOIXAS A YEAR I
oxz utrDiiUD copies roa 930.
Or Icm thm Dm Cent Copy, let Qiert b a
850 CicS at every Port OtBea.
Sra-WITTTXT BITS, S3 X TZAS, .
of the sains Biza aaS general character a
THB WEEKLT, bat wttu a axeatcr rarletr of
mbeallaueoiu reading, aad foraishtag da sews
to its raoserloeia wlta trotter trn&aen. twetaf
it coae twice a week instead of once ouij.
TH3 DAIIjT 8CX, 89 A YEAE.
A preSmtnen'TT readable new?paper. wlta tT-
UrTesl circulation in intt vorid. Fre. lnd
PflKtunt, ar,t learle In pollticd. All tllo new
rroi ereryvbaro. 'i w. copu a copy ', bj autl
C TTTr?,?iTr TO CX.UB3.
rtre copies, cue yoar, lapsratelT tddtwd,
Tea copies, mra cecantelr addrewed (and
auaxucopji toutegeucup rirciao.
Twenty eontr, tme year, tciwrntelT addrestcd
tAdaauxuaeupjr wue getter np or ctnb).
Flfry ennlfi. one Tfar, tn one lldreM (4 tttt
&unl-H eeitij one jear t- latter n 0 ol du b),
Fifty conic, one iter, "epantely tadrcrrod mr.4
Oao liwndrr! erH-s, oae yev, to one addrew
(and U.U imilj tor ooe yeur to the t-cter n-j oi
tJo). hiUT tllars
One hundred conffs. nne year, eeimraiely ad.
dreved (naZUMiJLil'iuToiM rear to me fette
up of dub), buUT Doilaxa
TETK 822U-WXHKI.T BITS.
Sir copies, one year, separately addrearcd.
Ten eonlea. one reer. eeoarately addreaiaa caod
aa (isu cojiy to (euot op of dsb).
ESXS TOCU KOXXT
In Port oat orden. cheeks, or drafts on
TorK, wbererer conveaieat. If not, toea reitiMtl
Wo ietten nntfn uoaey. Addrea
X. Tf. EOLAWD. PnbUsber, ,
S-aa oace. Kaw York Ct '
LKU AL. SO rtVVS.
Notice is hereby jdven that the nn-
dersicned h;.s been duly appointed and
qu:tliti-d as Administrator of the Es
tate of I.'iclia.d Hunninjiton, deceased,
iate of 21a ta township, Morsan Couu
WILLIAM: A. STURGEON.
Ju'y 2S, 71 -3w.
Johu Hoyt vs. Bazil L. Xrcd'ey, et ai.
By virtue of n order to sell, and to we
directed from the corrt of Common Plea
of llorjran county, Ohio, in tbe above en
titled action. 1 11 oiler for sale nt public
auction, at tlie door oft he Court House, iu
AlcCouuelsvilie, in said county, on
Tcrsdsj-, iLe ljii Tar cf iuras!, 1. P.,
at twelve o'ciock, M., of said day, the fol
Jowinij real eat.ate, situnto in the county of
Mi r;auanJ State of Ohio, to.wit r Bin
a liurtof fractifticl section nnmber threo
(U), town nine (9). range twelve (12), and
bounded as lol.ows: Xseeinuing at tne
ou'-h-we't corner of said fractioniil section,
thence running, with the &tutii Lounuary
lin thereof east liI8 poles to the corner
of John IJeurr' lot, ther.ce running it5
aaid Henry's line, 15 degrees 67.53
poles to a stone, thence 2.40 pole3 to the
east toundttry line of said fractional sec-
tiou, thence running north 21.52 poles to a"
stone and corner of tbe Josiah Ward lot.
thence running with said Ward's line, and
line of William Ealtkeid, west 150.60 poles
to a btone on the west boundary line of
foid section, thence running with we6t
line south 8S.52 poles to tlio place of be
jrinnitg, containing yi.-o acrca, be the
nme more or less, excepting eight acres
olf th east end of said premitH-tt sold to
John Heuiey. Aprr&ised at 1.6HU. Term9,
cash. A. D. HAVEXER,
Sheriff of 21. C, O.
IIjixa t KrsxEDT, Att'ys.
July 14, 1871 iw.
James II. Eitin; vs. Abrsm 3J. Einman,
a. .. 1
.f .nlo. 1. r.tl . r. .1 1 rt mA
directed from the court of (Vminon Pleas
of Morgnn connty, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, 1 will offer Icr sale at public
auctioD, t tlie door of the Court House, in
McCounelbVilie, in said county, ou
TTtJacsdav, lis 15ih Dar crirast, i. J
at ene o'clock, P. IT., of said dny, tne un
divided oue-hnlf interest of the following
real estate, situate in the county of Morgnn
and Slate of Ohio, to-wit: Being in the
north-hall of section thirty-five (3a), town
eight (H), range twelve (12), in the Ohio
Company's Purchase, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at
tbe north-west corner of said section thirty-live
(3i), thence south 104 poles, thence,
east 120 SO poles to a stone which points
out the beginning for said lot, a white wal
nut 12 in.,'X. 87 H degrees, E. 70 links, an
elm 16 in., S. 75).' c!e.;rees, E. 62 links,
thence east 71.50 poles to a station, a pop
lar 7 in., S. 2 link?, thence X. 10 poles to a
stake, a ugar 20, 8. 14 degrees. E. 33 links,
thence 2. 81(4 degrees, v . V.1C pole to a '
station, a white oak 14 in., bears S. 24 tie
grees, E. 8 links, thence west 18 poles to
station, a white oak 20. bears 5. 44 degrees.
W. 6 links, and a beech 12 in., bears S. 7
degrees, AV. 13 links, thence South 19 poles
to the place of beginninc, containing seven
and forty-three hundredths (7.43) acres, bo
the same more or less. Appraised at $600.
Terms, cash. A. 1. Jj. A VEJt LB,
J. T. Chut. Atl'mfor flamttf.
July 14, 171 iw.
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