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lOSEPH A. KELLY, KD1TOR AKD FROP&1ETOS.
H'CONtfSLSVILLfi, OHIO :
rmpAY, . . . Amraiit 11. isti.
One copy, one rear, when
not paid In advance, - $2.00
One copj, one year, cash
In advance, $1.50
To a Club or ten, one dol
lar and thlrty-flve cent
To a Club of fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five
cents each, $IS.?5
For the Campaign 'of 1S11, 40
Cent per Copy.
f ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up. in all cases, at the rate of
J wo Dollars a vear.
Mas. Samuel SWeeZt, fur years a
resident of Malta, died recant) j in
Thrxe Kinds of Ice Cream, Lem
on. Vanilla and Peach, all at Bemie
to-night and tomorrow night.
A game of bfipe ball is to be play
ed at CheBterfield tomorrow between
the "Scbrobis," of Chesterfield, and
the Hopewell club.
Judge F. W. Wood and family
returned last Friday from a two
weeks tour to Pal-in Bay. Niagara
Falls, Montreal, Quebec, JSew York
City, and back home.
Miss Mart Wslch, of this place.
has received the appointment as
Assistant Teacher in the McCon
nelsville High School for the ensu
The Athens Journal seems to
think the Athens Base Ball Club
was not fairly treated here last
week. It was fairly, squarely and
Mas. Dr. Dorr, of Athens, a
daughter of Noah Hartsell, former
ly of this place, died on Tuesday
evening of last week, of lock-jaw,
occasioned by facial neuralgm.
W. C. IIood, whose bad health
has incapacitated hint to continue
longer in the newspaper business,
has sold the Marietta Times, to S.
M. McMillan, late of Steubenville.
The card of T. D. Cheadle will
be found in another column. Chea
dle has a fine stock of goods on
hand, and those in want of clothing
canuot do better than call on him.
The Premium List of the Agri
cultural So3iety crowds a good ma.
iy advertisements out this week as
well us some reading matter. The
ads. will appear again next week.
The lumber has arrived for the
new Baptist Church building, and
the carpenters are busily at work
hereon. The bricklayers are to
commence their work on this build
ing next week.
A special session of the Counly
Commissioners was held on Tues
day. An appropriation of ( 400 for
bridges and culverts on the Turkey
Hon lioad, in Windsor and Penn
townships, was made.
The "Hog Law" is to be enforced
in Malta. Could it be enforced here,
it would be a good idea. The pop
u aU on of McConnelsville has been
estimated at sixteen hundred peo
ple, threu thousand hogs, and ten
The Hickory Juniors, of this
place, arc lo play a match game of
base ball at Zanesville. on next
Monday, with the O. K's of that
city. The Steamer Mink will carry
those who desire to see the game
from here to Zanesville acd back for
one dollar each.
There are a number of the ever
green and other ornamental trees
in the McConnelsvillo Cemetery
mat neea trimming, and some trees
that should be removed. The Com
mittee desire persone who may
Tish to give any directions relative
to these trees to call upon Mr Jas.
Lutton, who is fitting up the Cem
etery. An Upset. On JustTriday after
noon, Mrs. Dr. W. W. Wood and
Mrs. James Timms and a Tittle boy.
all of Malta, were upset while out
driving on the Athens Grade Eoad.
One of the ladies managed to get
from under tbe buggy and proceed
ed to the nearest bouse to get as
sistance for the others. Fortunate
ly the horso laid quiet until all were
Struck bt Lightxing. A barn
belonging to Samuel Thompson, of
Jleigaville township, was struck by
lightning, and. with its contents,
consumed by fire on Tuesday last.
The contents of tbe barn were a
hundred bushels of old wheat, this
year's crop of wheat, oats and hay,
a mowing machine, threshing ma
th ine, and farming implements. gen-1
erally. The loss is estimated at
something upward of a thousand
dollars. We believe there wus no
insurance on the property.
The Council of the City of Cin
cinnati has done its share of the
work toward repealing the Sunday
liquor ordinance of that city. The
majority o! the Council is compos
ed ot Eepublicans, and that party
In the Council could have defeated
the ordinance to repeal bad it been
so disposed. We believe, however,
that tbe vote was a mixed one. The
Board of Alderman of the city will
vote on thjs question to day, and
then it will be determined whether
or no tbe Germans are to rule Cin-'-
cinnati, as they are ruling both the
great political parties of the State.
Coal. By reference to Ballon &
Martin's notice in another column,
it wiil be seen that they are now
delivering coal to all who desire at
McConnelsville and Malta. From
''bik icapectioti cf their coal, we can
'state that we r ave never seen any
nuperior to it in this market. In
J act it is free from all foreign sub
. tar.cc, such as slate, &c. The rea
son of tbi is that it is well screened.
Tbis firm intend making McCon-
,Ttelnville and Malta their points of
justness, o J they invite tbe pat
I ronage of all. Alter a few days they
Wi.l be forced to lay up a week or
ten davs. intending to nut their i
'ooat on d.vik for repairs, after
ahieh lim. tttaw v;il V, :
- " ' j nut ko bi tt a , a ju
:aana ana ready to supply the
want ot their customer.
List of Teachers in Attendance
on the Institute.
The following are the names of
Hi a Tnnohara nnv in attendance on
the Teachers' Normal Institute,'
which ir being held in the Town
Hall, of McConnelsville, with their
Post-office addresses :
H. E. Wood ward, McConnelsville.
John H. Weeden, "
Liziie Wood, "
Ruth Williamson, "
Sarah A. Davis, "
G. F. Gilbert, "
John Woodward, "
Lucy Roland, "
Nannie Louj;hridge, "
Mary Warren Picket, "
Elijah Tavener, "
Eva P. Welsh,
Fanny Morrow; "
Ella 6ffrd, "
James Wagner, "
Benj. F. Wetherell, Malta.
C. M. C. Metcalf,
H. H. Drako, "
Joseph McCusky, "
Ella Stubbs, "
Mary E. Henderson, '
Nettie Gillespie, "
G. P. Coler,
Ada Metcalf, J
Annie fxott, "
J. M. Finley, "
. F. Turner,
Miles B. Davis,
T. A. Turner,
Mat tie Hess,
G. A. Conn,
II. II. Smith,
James O- Watson,
G. P.' Roberts,
Eliza A. Tanner,
J N. Hollett,
J. P. Kennard.
Elliot's Cross Roads.
II l II
W. A. Brown,
J. O. Elliot,
T. J. Masteison,
Clra J. Maris,
Aaron M. Turner,
William J. Bozmac,
Jacob A. Roger,
Ellen N. Patterson,
John F. Mall,
Camp Meeting Notice.
There will be a me-tm of the
Commit tee and friends of the Camp
Mce.iin?,to bo hold on the farm of
Jacob Mummey, beginning on Au
gust 30th, on next Thursday,, the
17th instant, to clear the ground
and settle sites for tents. All inter
ested will please be present at 9
o'clock, a. M. By order of the Com
mittee. L. M'GUIEE, President
Rev. Samuel McCollum, a no
tice of whose death will be found in
another column, was a Penn?ylva-
nian by birth, but has been a ci ti
nt n of Beverly, Ohio, for the past
thirty five years. He was a Cum
berland Presbyterian, and a very
active clergyman until bad hcaltli
forced bim lo discon'.inuo the I:t-
bois incident thereto. Of late
years he has been engaged in mer
chandising in Beverly and Phila
delphia. His funeral occurred in
Beverly on Tuesday, Eev. Halo, of
Those who are tellins thnt the
Prohibitionists of MeCotii.tlnville
are rcnponsible for the repeal of
Beer Ordinance may be eel down
as falsifiers. While thure was not
a Prohibitionist thnt voted for Vo
glo, the Democratic Ber c.-intii late,
there were ft Icmhi fifty Republi
cans that did, aud Home that wm d
not vote at all. The Prohibition
ists all supported Trcsize, the Ee
piiblicnn tht plrdtrrd himself to
bustain the Ordinance. More, anon.
The Cincinnati Gazette, which
has been overflowing with piety of
the most rigid variety on the Sun
day question, complacently informs
its readers that by the nomination
of one lager beer and anti-Sunday
law candidate, and one Sunday law
and temperance candidate for tbe
Legislature, from Lucas county,
"tho election ot the Republican
ticket in that Legislative and Sen
atorial district may be regarded as
reasonably well assured." This is
a sort of adulterated piety; some
thing of a mixture of coculus indig
us and tbe commandments.
Errata. A. 1). Havener, Repub
lican candidate for Sheriff, was not
a candidate before the Republican
county uor.veniion ti lsoa. as we
stated recently. We should have
said that he was a candidate before
tbe Republican County Convention,
for the nomination for Clerk, ot
James S. Sherlock, of tjnionville,
whom we published two or thre
weeks ago, as bemjr indebted SI 50
oti subscription when he stoppi-d
his paper, was only in arrears a few
weeks. Bv a mistake of ours, ho
was not given the proper credit.
We have not Bwn Mr. Sherlock.
baring discovered our mistake
while running over our books this
week, and it is due him tossy that
he undoubtedly thought his accou nt
with us was settled at the time he
stopped his paper. "Mistakes will
A 2Cew Yoke Cut ferry-biat
blew up a few days since, causing
the death of about ninety persons.
and wounding a great number of
Seeretaiy Fish has asked the
Russian Government to recail its
minister to Washington, Catacazy,
on account of n is being personal 1
I" the Third district court, at
Salt Lake City, yesterday, a Jlor-
rnnn Ttrilvframtnf. fra ha!ri tr hail ;n
i j f - -- - - " .
. co.ouu, cnargea dj nis.iaGold
'first wife with adultery. J
Camp Meeting Notice. ResOlutions of Respect.
At a stated meeting of Corinthi
an Lodge. Ill, F. & A. M., held at
their Hall on Tuesday evening,
August 8th, 1871, the following pre
amble and resolutions were passed:
As an expression of our esteem
for our deceased Brother, Jacob
Eoland, and our sympathy for his
iamiiy, it is
Resolves, That in his death our
Lodve has lost a sealous and wor
thy Brother, his family a kii-d hus
band and indulgent father. Yet
we recognise that God doeth all
things well; and we humbly bow to
this affliction since "from the earth
wo came, so nnto it we must return."
As a token oi our love for our de-
ceased Brother, we will drape our
Hall in mourning for thirty days,
send a copy of this proceeding to
his afflicted family, and request tbe
publication of the same in ourconn
ty newspapers. By order of the
Lodge. W. A. SILL, W. M.
S. E. Jones. Secretary.
or Bilvw Ca.f
ii. B. YI2TCI5T t B8r.
II I S IX ESS XOTlCtiS.
The Board of Directors if the Morgan
County Agricultural Society are requested
lo meet at tne Mayor a Voice, :n ileum
Tuesday, August 15, 1871,
at 10 o'clock, A. II., for tbe transaction of
important business for said Society. A full
and prompt attendance is desired. By or
der ol tne .rresfteiit.
JOHN 8. ADAIR, Secretary.
August 9, 1871.
Latest styles of Gold and BiWer Cases!
Movemeuts made dust prool 1
No risk to the purchaser I
Every Watch warranted t
II. B. V1NCE2TT et BRO.
t$a,Shaivls and Skirts at Stone's.
Dkt Goons and Groceries equal to the
best, and cheap as the cheapest at
Dickens' Paper Novels
Received at Adair's) Book Store
this week. Also, Poetical Works, and
other Miscel aneous reading matter.
JusT received, a full stock of
Boots, Shoes, iS alters, Slippers, Butt
kins, and Brogans, which will be
sold cheap at the cash store of
A large and varied stock of No
tions and Fancy Goods at .Stone's.
Ladies call and see our nice stock of
Prin ts before they are cleared out at
Sabbath School Music Books!
Fresh supply of "Pubs Gold" and
"Frksh Laurels" received this week at
Adair's Book Store. I hey, also, keep
all the other popular kinds of Sabbath
School llutic Books.
A first class article of Richmond
Tobacco at 1. bWEbXEY'.-, next door
th 1 ost-otfice.
J. B. STONE keeps a full line of
real genuine Eufl'alo work for men wo
men and children, for which he can
shotr the papers.
. Thk "Semper Idem" is the "Collar of
the day'' at clLL'a.
Received this week at Adair's Book
Store. They keep their stock of these
Goods full and complete, and in ad
vance of the demand.
Xofice to Coal Consumers in
JMcCounelst llle and Alalia.
Ballot; & Martin have commenced
delivering Screaned Coal, at the
above points, and will furnish to
all who wish in good order aud dry.
The coal will be boated in the
BALLOU & MARTIN.
July 21, 7; tf
Faks and Parasols cheaper than the
cheapesr at rtone's
A kf.w stock of Baskets Clothec,
Market and all other kinds, just re
ceived at SILL'S.
Webstkr's I'.MABRiDGiD, and Wkbster's
Acadkmic Dictiokarik8 new and latest
editions -received at Adair's Book
tore this week. They keep all the
other sizes and in full Etock
A good article of Cigar Trimmings,
at P. SWEENEY s, net door to Post
office. We are going to clear out our Par
asols this week come and get one
cueap at stone s.
Nick lot of Pearl Buttons, assorted
6izes, suitable lor Ladies and Chil-
drens Clothing, just received at Sill's.
tSs.RKADY Receokers and Letter
ritsks received this week, in good
supply, at Adair's Book tore.
The best article of Katural Leaf To
bacco at P. f'weeney's, next door to
We intend offering, for tho coming
weeks, to the People of McConnels
ville and Malta, GRE T B RG INS
bummer Dress Goods, Poplins, Piq
ues, Linens, Grenadines, &e.
Blace and Brown Silk Beltin?. late
style, for the Ladies, just received at
l.f POCKET BOOES, POCEPT KkIVES, RE
WARD Cards, Carmine Ike, Red and Buck
Pkkcils Farrb's Ink axd Pincii. Era
sers, and many other Goods, just recei
ved this week at Adair's Book Store.
Bisuor Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, Piq
ues, Ac, at Stone's.
New supp'y of Razors, of the best
quality th's week received at 4dalr's)
Book .-tore. Their 6tock is very fine,
and they sell the best Razors manufac
tured, together with other shaving im
plements in great variety.
Go and look at the cheap fJress
Goods at Stone's.
For extra fine
Suspenders go to
New and fine stock of Photograph
Albcns received this week at ADAIR'S
Book f tore. They have an elegant va
riety and at low prices.
Ladirs' Slippers at a reduction at
Yocko men; old men. or "any otLer
man" can be supplied with Collars and
Neckties, ol the latest styles, at SILL'S.
tSDon't fail to look at the fine va
riety and excellent styles of WALL
PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, at
Adair' Book Store, before making se
lections elsewhere. This firm can ex
hibit the finest assortment and best
Good in the County, and at prices that
can t De neat, besides, they trim their
all Paper frek or charge.
Thr only first-class line of Silks and
Alpaccas is at r tone's.
The old -fashioned spun roll tobacco
P. o WEE KEY'S, next door to Post
office. Howard Watches.
Adjusted to heat, eld and position t
FRUIT JARS !
NOTWITHSTANDING A CE fi
ts in firm in McCoDnelsville styles them
selves sole agents for tbe sale ol the
PROTECTOR FRUIT JARS,
jSELF-SEALKRS, I WOULD IN
lorm the public that tbe above jar ii fur
sale at tbe
wholesale and retail . Also tbe largest sod
best assortments of
Fruit Jan Jelly Tnmbleri ud Inpt
TO FOUND IN THE TWO TOWNS.
Farmers and all others in want of any
tliirg in the Fruit-jar line will do well lo
give me a call. J. S. WILSON.
MOWING MACHINES I
STEEL TOOTH AND
BEVOLVING Hay Eake I
For sale by Cochran, Bozmatt & Co.
June 30 2w.
On the 3rd day of August, 1871, by Elder;
Enoch Dye, Mr. Jams B. Whit and I
Miss EiuiiT 8. IXamblctos. both of1
Windsor Township, Morgan County, O.
In Beverly, O., A u trust fith. 1871, of eon
eestive chills, Rav. Samcsl UcCollch,
(father of Mrs. W. A. Vincent, of McCon
nelsville, O.,) in niafyth year.
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 10TH.
Beans, per bushel, S2 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to 18
Brooms, per dozen, f 3 00 to 2 25
Candles, per pound, ' 20
Star Candles, per pound, 25
t OFFEE Choice Bio, per pound, 23
Fair Rio, do do 22
Good do do do 20
l-aguayra, do do 25
Java, per pound, 25 to 2S
'heese, per pound, 15 to 13
Efgs, per dozen. 10 to 12 1-2
FIS 11,-Mackerel, per. half l.bl. S6 00
lake Herring, do do
Potoinao do do do
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel,
Corn, do do
Oats, do do
Hav, per ton.
810 00 t o 12 00
SYRUP X. Orl
eans, per ear, 1 IW
Golden Syrup, do do 80 to $1
BACOX Hani, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
r-ides, do do 8 to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to 9
Rice, per pound, 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown', per pound, 10 to 14
do 15 to 17
Salt, per barrel,
TE A -Y. Hyson, per lb,
Black tea, do
Japan tea, do
SI 50 to 1 75
f I 00 to 1 50
1 00 to 1 20
SI 20 to 1 50
65 to 75
80 to 90
Tallow, per pound.
Potatoes, new, per bushel,
ti ool per pound,
Cincinnati Live Stock Markets.
Monday Evening, Aug. 7th, '71.
Beef Cattle The arrivals show
a material decrease on the receipts
the week previous. A considerable
number, however were held over
from lust week, and this, together
with the fresh arrivals, made up a
liberal supply. There was a fair
demand. About all offered were
sold except some Texts and Chero
kee cattle. Prices, however, are
lower. We now quote common
82 753; fair, 83 2503 60; good, 83
754j prime butchers' stock, 84
254 50 percental gross. Ko ship
ping cattle were offered.
Sheep The demand was about
equal to the receipts, and the mar
ket ruled steady. We quote com
mon to good qualities 82 753 per
cental gross. Lambs were selling
at 81 73 to 83 per head.
II 00s Arrivals were moro liber
al, and the weather being very
warm, the demand was checked,
and tho market closed inactive,
with some lots lefs over unsold.
We quote light to heavy averages
84 30(34 50 per cental gross.
Monday Evening, Aug. 7th, '71. Baltimore Cattle Market-August 3.
Beef Cattle The market yes
terday opened tolerably active, and
advanced about Jo. as compared
with last week's quotations some
900 head changed hands. This
morning the market opened very
dull, and continued so Ihroubgotit,
tho advanco of yesterday being lost,
and closing to ic. lower than last
wock. Some 300 houd of the re
ceipts wero left over unsold. Milch
Cows There is a full supply of
common cows, which are ljv of
sale, while good onos are scire,
and in fair demand; we quote at 830
to 870 per hor.d, as to quality. Veal
Calves continue without change; we
quote at 4;i7c. per lb., as to quality.
To-day prices for beef cattle wero
as follow: Best beeves, 85 50 C 50;
trenerallv rated first qiinli v at 84-
25h5 50, mod iu m or -;ood fair qual
ity it 83 75a4 25; ordinary t'lin
steers, oxen and cows at S3 50 13 75:
infer 101 and lowest grades of cattle,
?3 25a3 60. General average of the
market to-day, 85 25. E.f.reme
range of prices S3 25:6 50. Most
of th sales wero from 8475 to 53 75
per 100 lbs. Of the receipt 80 head
came from Maryland, 382 from
Ohio, 607 frt tn Wt st Virginia, and
391 from Virginia total receipts
for the week, 1,460 head, against
1.630 last week, and 1.690 same
time last year. Of the offerings
789 head wore taken by Baltimore
butchers, 311 sold to conntry aeal
ers and butchers, and Si to specu
lators for Eastern markets total
sales for the week l,15l head,
against 1,273 last week, acd 1,665
bead same time lat year.
Sheep and Lasbs Though the
receipts of sheep have fallen off
largely since our last report, wo
observe no variation in quotations;
food qualities are in fair demand.
We quote fat sheep at 4a5Jc. per
lb. gros, as to quality. Slock sheep
at 81 50a3 per head. Lambs 82 50a
84 per bead, as to quality. Receipts
this week 2,591 against 4.436 lust
weea, and 6,157 bead same time
Hoos Tho receipts have largely
increased during the past week,
and prices, in consequence, have
fallen off sales at the close at 86 50
a7 33 per 100 lbs. net, a few selling
yesterday at 8750. The market
closed to-iay at quotations, with
fow sales. Receipts this week 9,466
against ,200 last. week, and 5,352
head last year.
GROVER &. BAKER.
Were swarded the hie-hest Premiitru at
the State Fairs of
Have also been swarded these Machir.es
at tbe exhibitions of
? ? ? M ? ? ?
thP very lushest pnzs-, THE t'ROS
Of If IE LEGION OF HONOR, was
conferred ,,n the repn-scniaiive of the!
Grovtr i Bker .Sewing Machines, at the
Exposition Univerfalle, Paris, 18C7. Urns !
attesting tlir-ir gteut snjienoiity overall.;
oiucr owii!g .McL:r.tS.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
beauty and Elasticity of Slick.
Perfection and Simplicity of ilacldr.ery.
Xo fattening of scams ly hand and no
Wide range of application iiiilho'lt change
The scSM retains Its beauty and firmcess
after washim; aud ironinjc-
B-sidet dnine all kinds nf work dr.ne by
mher S'-wii g machines the Klasnc S ilcb
machine ezecateg the niost btaulilulana
liermnprnt Einbreidery and ornament
ALEX FINLEY is tbe Gpne"l
Agent lor tbe sale of tbe Grorer k Ba
ker .-hnltle or Lockstitch Machine, and
the" Elastic Stiich. or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Conntiee of Morran, A th
en" Hocking. Washington, IMni-kiDgnoi
and Vinton, acd has his Traveling A
eoU all Ibrongb these Counties. Per
sona wishing first-clam Sewing Ma
ebine. jost what is needed for fumily use,
should call 00 Mr. Finley or one nf his
agents. H. B. VINCENT & BRO.
re his ageuts in McConoeUville.
May 12th, 1871-tf.
N". "WYCor. of 3?ub. Sqti., McCoanelsville, O.,
MCS, MEDICINES, KU LEADS, P115TS, OILS, DIES & DTE STIFFS, PERFCBERT,
p9" Phyaicians' Prescriptions carefully
April il, J87I It.
Dry Goods, Giocerics Boots and Shoes,
(X. W. Corner East
tS5U XF.VV GOODS received regularly.
PUOI JCK in exi-hange lr Goods.
II. DtNSMOOR & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCEXITURB, to-wit: CHAIRS, TABLKS. BURSAS, BEDSTEADS, &e Ac,
At their SALK KOOjVS in
SXcC01SrNELSVIX.LE .AJSTD MALTA.
X. B. Tbey employ rone but fimt-cln niecbanict , and warrant their work. Tneir
Platform is: -Uood work, good I ay aud low prices I" April 21, 1871 dm.
R. D. JOHASOX & CO.,
XorlhEast corner of Centre and fctitt Streets,
Keep constantly on hand a complete assortment of Coffins. Huiinl CustM, ice, and have
iolheir employ Robert A. Pinkerion. who will make 'Lis dcpariin-nt ol buiuessa spe
cially. Io connect i'.n with their bo-DMs. they have 6' led up a first-class
And are prpporf d tn famish all patrous with whatever the may wynt io tbeir LlNfi
May 12, 1871 Ij.
The Jash & Door Factory,
Furi.isl.rs to otd.r FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, S'DING, CEILING
SAsH. SHUTTKSi, BLINDS 4 DOORS. BOX 4 COlil0N WIN
VOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
Plaining &. Matching, Scroll Sawing &. Ripping Done lo Order.
p& Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought
April 21, 1871 ly
Dealer iti Flats an J Caps on Center St., east of Pub Square, McConnelsville, O.,
has on hitndr-, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of FT ATS. and JAPS !
SEW GOODS Received ITIlk Every Change In the Se&tohs !
ar ETEE1TKK6 SOLD
t&" The Highest Cash Pricei paid for
April 2i, lS71-ly.
Grocery and Provision More !
D. & C. W. AIUMMKY
the best of
TEAS, COFFEESjSUGARS. AOLASSKS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply ot AH Kinds of Provisions In this Market.
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 sack at the lowest rates. (April 21. 1871 - ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry Gloods !
W. II. & C. McCAKTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Solion Ladies' Dress Cood, Ladies' Shoe Ctc.j
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public 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 prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, 187I-ly.
Boots and Shoes!
T. C. VEATCII,
UAXUFACTTJREIi OF BOOTS AND SHOES, OnhFtttow Bcildixo,
On East Street. McConnelsville, Ohio.
Boot and Shoes, for Indies, Gents, an) Clnhlren, mtnntiieiared to order nn I he short
est po-Hible notice. None bnt the tel f S'"ck worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSORT ENTof B.wjia and Shoes alr.ayl on hand lor those Wbn want to
bny ready-made work. t.CUBBLlN G done neatly and Warranto! to eive tier feet
aitfofiction. tlive me call.
Juue 30i'', ISTI.
So'ith siUe of Center bt., three doors East of Public Square, JcConnelsvllle, O.,
UAKDWAEE, TINWARE. STOVES. STOVE TH1MM1NGS, CUTLE
11Y, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS,- &c, 4c.
f, it., uti.rii.. in
on the 'Climax,'
which gave universal
..(..... .v,. .,iu!c uri ai r;iprr, improvement
.oflfii)cj, foris tr0i5illi.q fiooSs, &c!, &c.
Aug. 4, 1871 tf.
North side of Center St., between East and Penn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has Always to OfTrr lu IlliC uioniers iiie Best QuaUtit of
usually foun'd ,n first -
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
on bund. Prices to suit the times. April 21, 1871 ly.
We keep on hands, and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We he, also, an extensive lioKl PAIN IS. DYE STUFFS, OILS and BUU5II
ES, all of which we .ffr io 'he Public at tbe lowest market rales. Also, we invite
oar ccstomers to call and examiDeour large and well selected
STOCK OF WALL PAPER I
WHICH WK ABE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 28tb, 1871 lj. JOHN ALEXANDER.
compounded, and Paint mixed to order.
F. M. KAIILER.
and Centre Streets)
The highest prUe paid for COUNTRY
. May 4.'71. ly.
U. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
LOW FOR CASH !
Mink, Bkunk, and ("oon Skins I
have on hand, at all times,!
T. V. YKATCII.
ir r ;" . ,
satisfaction lasf season. Ap. 21 '71-1 y.
T AIL OR.
ta n Km Trrr ns". vsm -c; , '
LaM UalUL. UIm KlW. ,
lass Family Grocery. " J
!l IS I. ESS CARDS.
H. . TRUE.
Physician & Surgeon,
M'COMELSYILLE, OHIO, .
Treats all forms of acuie and enronio
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls iromp'ly attendt-u to. and charged
rem-'Mwable. OFFICE: in Morris' New
Buildin?. on Center street, where he
will be found wbeo not professionally tneag
ed. (Feb. 3d, 1871.
MST BOOTS AND SHOES, &i
Opposite Mummey' Grocery
On Centre St, McConnelsville, O.
Ig. Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
That JOIIV ItYAV is the REST
VIL.L.E. lie has constantly on hand a good assort
me nt ofKine and Stogie Coots, of his own
manufacture, which be it offering at the,
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on Xorth-west coruer of Pub
lic squnre, McConnelsville, Ohio.
j. t. cuuvr,
Attorney and Counsellor
ir COXNEiSVTLLE, OHIO.
ft&QBic in the southeast corner of Court
Hoiip. second fltxir. Will practice in tba
1 counties ot Morgan, Athens, and Washing
ton. 1, 71.
t W. MOORE,
fS' Will practice in the counties of Mor
gan and Xoble.
OFFICE in the sonthea- t corner of Court
IIoue, McConnelsville, Ohio.
J E. IIAXSA. Ed. M.KES5EDT.
HANXA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'S AMD COUNSELLORS
AT L AW,
Oh Center Street, near the Public Squnrc,
M CONNELSV1LLE, OUIO.
Special attention irivea to Colle'T
tiont: will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
ble, Wnthiiieton and Muskingum couutiea.
Jan. 1, 1S71 tf.
Corner Market & 5th Streets,
WM. GETZ, Proprietor,
livery Stnblcs attached to Holel;-
Jane 9. Il7l if.
! 1 1 C I'. IA. 4 EOI" S.
Farm for falc !
16il acre9 in Union township ill of
which is cleared land, 3'lactes bottom,
good frame house. o b:,rn. pood well
at the door, good coal bank. Price
$3.HK) Payments easy. Mustbe sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
For particular?, call on E. M. fctanbe
ry, MeConneN ville, Ohio.
July 7th, 1871-tf
There will he a petition presented
to the Commisionners of Morjaii
bounty, Ohio, at their next session,
asking for a review and alteration in
the road leading from Barkliurst's
Mill to Chesterfield, commencing at
the center of the road, in front of
said nu", thenre a R.iuth-wester y di -rection
across V-'oIf Creek, thence on
lands belonging to K Ii. Coa man tn
the center of the present road in
front of ?;'.id E. R. IWmoni house.
Notice is hereby jriren that the un
dersigned has been diily appointed and
qualilied as Administrator of the Es
tate of Kichnrd l'nnnington, deceased,
late of H i ta township, .Morgan Coun
WILLIAM A. STTJEGEON.
July 23, 71 -3w.
John Hojt ts. Bazil L. ifedley, et al.
By virtue of an orderto sell, and to ma
directed from the court of Common Pleas
of Morgan connty, Ohio, in the a dot 6 en
titled action, I will oIIVt for sale at public
auction, at the door of the Court House, iu
McConnelsville, in said county, on
Tuesday, the Ulb Bt of AngaM, A. D.,
at twelve o'clock, M., of said day, the fil
Inwing real estate, situate in the county of
Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit : Xi iu
apartof fractional section number thr?
(3), town nine (9). rane twelve (12), nt
bounded a9 follows: Scgii.nhig at Ihe
fton'h-wedt corner of fttu frnctitfnal section,
thencernnnin;; with the south boundary
line thereof east lfil8 poles to the corner
of John Henry'j lot, ther.ee rnnning with
said lieury'a "line, is ilerreea E., 67.58
poles to a otone, thencs 2.41) poles to the
east lioundary line of said fractional see
tirni, thence running north il.H poles to
st-Sne and corner oT the Josiith Ward lot,
thence rnnning with said Ward's line, and
line of William Saltkelit, west 180.60 poles
to a sU'ne on the west boundary line af
,aid cijn, thence running with west
line south 88.52 poles to the place of be-
ginuii.g. containing 93.46 acres, be the
same more or le?x, excepting eight acres
oil' thv ;t end of said premises sold to
oh:i Medley. Appraised at$l,tno. Terms,
cash. A. D. HAVENER,
Sheriff of ii. C, 0.
TTavta A Kplxxudt, Att'js.
July 14, 1871 5w.
James II. Ewing ts: A brain II. Bingman,
By virtue of an order to sell, and to raa
directed from the court of Common Fleas
of Morgan conntr, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will offer forsale at public
auction, at tne oooro! tne conrt House, in
McConnelsville, in said county, on
W(dncday, fiir 16lh Day of Jngasi, A. D.;
at one O'clsck, P. M., of said dar. the un
divided one-half interest of the following
real etnte, situate in the county of Morgan
and flats of Ohio, to-wit: Being in the
five (35), town
(12), in the Ohio
bounded and de-
the north wet corner of said section thir
ty-five (.",5), thence south 104 poles, thence
east 120 60 poles to a stone which points
ont the beginning for said lot, a white wal
nut 12 in., N. 87 degreea. E. 70 links, an
elm 16 in., 8. 75Ji degrees, E. 62 links,
thence et 76 50 poles to a station, a pop
lar 7 in., S. 2 links, thence N. 10 poles to a
stake, a sugar 20, 8. 14 degrees. E. 33 links,
thence X. 81 degrees, W. 60.16 pole to a
station, a white oak 14 in., bears 8. 24 de
grees, E. 8 links, thence w-t 18 pnlra to si
station, a white oak 20. bears S . ii degrees.
W. 6 link., and a beech 12 in., bears 6.7
degrees. W. 13 link;, thence South 10 pole
to the place of beginning, containing seven
and lorty-three bundredth.i(T.43) acres, b
the same more or less! Appraised at $600.
Terma, cash. A. D. HAVES ER,
Sheriff of li. C, 0.
3. T. Caxw V Att'y for plainttf.
July U. 1871 w.