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1Q6EPH A. EEU.T, EDITOR AKD t B0PR1ETOR.
rnrpY, . . . Aatrntjt 18. ISTi.
T E II SIS
One copj, m ycar, ttlmi -not
paid Id advance,
ne copy, one year, eash
In advance, $1.50
TO CLCBS. "
To a Club or ten, one dot
lur and thirty-five cents
To a Club of fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five
- ALL bELINYDTTESTS will h
charted op. in all cases, at the rate of
i wo vol lars a vear.
THE ' INDT?P"RNTiT5NT-
CAN ONE WHO HAS BEEN A
DEMOCRAT FROM PRINCIPLE
SUPPORT THE SOCALLED
TICKET NEW IN THE
The question asked above, is one
of great importance to the Demo
cratic voters of Ohio. There are
fcone, w tietteve, no matter bow
bitter their opposition and hatred
to Democracy has been, but will
admit that ibev admire the Jovo
tioii to principle evidenced by the
Democratic masses during the war,
lime when it tried a man's soul to
avow h!mell r. Democrat. Then
. to bo Dctronral, was to be hissed
BDd jeered at by neighbors and rel
atives, to be threatened with mob
violence, to have property and life
endangered, to bave imprisonment
and banishment staring you in the
face, to be ostracised by society as
an enemy of your country; and all
Ibis because devotion to pnnciply
was stronger in the . hearts of the
honest men of tho Democratic par
ty than was the desire to float
along in the popular eddy, ba6k
ins in the 6miles and blandishments
of a large and arrogant majority.
As we said above, there are twn,
no matter how bitterly they hated
the Democrats of those times, but
what will admit that they admire
the devotion to principle evidenced
.by those who thought they were
subserving the best interests of the
country by being Democrats, and
openly avowed themselves as such
But it seems that the principles
oi democrats, even alter all they
endcred during ttnd since the war,
liBve to be pnt to a new test, and
this time at the hands of those who
are professing to be in sympathy
s with them and even to bold to
them.- During the. war, and up to
the present year, the great enemy
of Democratic principles was a
bold and open enemy; but the great
enemy of Democratic principles to
day is one that insidiously creeps
in and steals even the name of Dem
ocrat from lLorie who have so nobly
born it, and who would bear it,
if not corrupted, unn' the end of
time. A! so, as the present pi eat
enemy of Dumocratio principles is
unlike tho old tn presenting itself,
it is equally distinctive in the ap
pliances it uses in waging its war.
The old made its attacks with the
weapons of. manhood and power,
the new uses those of the seducer
and coward. . The old told you
plainly to your teeth that you we're
t-nemies of yourconnirj, traitors
The new promises you office and
power . if you ' will acknowledge
yourselves traitors! The old tried
to torceyuu by threats of the dun
geon, mob violence, -exile, etc., to
abardon your principles; the new
seeks to buy yon with promises of
the emoluments of office and pow
er. Will the men who stood by
their Democratic '.principles when
they waro attacked by the old and
powerful enemy, give way to the
t.ew enemy thut attempts to seduee
them by the bribes, of official pat
It is quite mysterious to ns how
one who was a Democrat dnring
the wir, and 'up to to the present
year, can think of supporting the
vo-catled Democratic ticket now in
the field.' Ooo who has been a Re
publican, and vho is dissatisfied
with the corruptions ofh-s party,
Could consistently do eo, but we
cannot understand how one who
has been a Democrat can do so.
Tiie main questions that have been
at issue between the Kcpublicans
and Democrats for the past ten
yesra, have been those involved in
the I3ih, 14th and 15th amend
ments. The platform of toe so
caildd Democracy of Ohio, and the
speeches of HcCook, the candidate
for Governor on that platform, ac
quiesces in and supports the Re
publican position of two years ago
and brands the Democratic position
of tho same period as false. The
Democrat that votes for McCook,
says in his vote that he has been
wrong, been playing a false part in
all time past, lie says that he no
longer continues to be an opponent
of what he has always called un
constitutional legislation, but that
he is a supporter thereof, in all
but the name ho places himself on
the records as a Republ.can, sup
porting what be baa always brand
ed as usurpations and unconstitu
"But," enquires eomo one, "this
is all true, but what hotter can we
do; we can t vote tho .Republican
ticket?" It is true that the Demo
crata will not have an opportunity
this Fallot voting for the prin
ciples they bave so long supported;
but this is no reason why they
snouta stultify themselves by vot'
ing for directly tb.3 opposite prin
ciples. They had better not vote
at all than do so. fortunately,
however, they can vote, and vote
consistently too, for a principle that
recomends itself to every right
thinking mind, Tbey can vote for
the principle of Prohibition. In
doing this, the Democrats of Mor
gan County will not only obviate
self-stullifisation, - Out tbey will
leach the leaders of tbe Democrat
ic party of Morgan a well-deserved
lesson that tbey will not be the
open champions of the liquor traf
fic in this County. Far years past
thero have been a class of Demo
crats in and about UcConnelsville,
who assumo to be tho leaders of
ed as the
, and who stand recogniz-1
leaders of the party, who
:eek to run the tiartY in the inter
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eaio vi in lager Deer nuu
lhterest. and who never iau to
Btrike fit everything that ia Intend
ed to ehoble and benefit mankihd
Their plan of a campaign is to open
ly appeal to too baser appetites of
men. to ridicuio wcrjthinir that
tends to better man's cojdition. to
laugh at and deride Christianity
and Clergymen, to magnify men's
faults ana sneer at their rirtves.
These men need a lesson taugfet
tt.om by the true Democrats of the
Coanty. It is true that tbey bave
never been able to make the party
successful, and that they never will
be, for the reason that their course
tends to drive men from the party
rattrer than to invite them to it.
But they bave been able to bold the
Votes ot large numbers of true Dem
ocrats, because they sapportedthe
State d National views of the
Democratic party. But these men,
one and all, support the "new de
parture," as tbey would anything
that could be manipulated in the
interests of the lager-beer sellers
and whisky vendors of this locality,
and we thirK this is a good chance
for the true Democrats of the.County.
the men Who have been Democrat be
came they believed in Democratic
principles, and who cannot consistent
v vote to sink those principles in ob
livion, to cut loose from these men, ami
teach then that there is vet some de
cency, moralicy and virtue in the Dem
ocratic ranks of old Morgan.
RnrxXsia and eet some of that deliciona
Peach Ice CraBtn, Show Day, at Beinia'
A sloop from Cleveland is lying at the
foot of Center Street. It is bound for Cin
Tn re pain on the V indoor Lock will n
complete! so as to let the Best pais op tJrt
river on Monday.
VTlLl' fccsK, of fctalta, had another runa
way on last Saturday evening. Buggy
TS movement to repeal the Sunday
Liauor Ordinance of Cincinnati has been
defeated by the Board of Alderman of that
Mrs. C. L. VAttANbiGHAU died
at Cumberland, Aid., on Sanday
Th wife ef Capt. John Hender
son, ot ueveriy, oiea suddenly a
her borne on last Saturday.
Dr. John Ewiko is on a visit to
his father, who is sick, in Alary
DTenrt K. Love, formerly a mcr
chant of this place, but now of Du
bntie, Iowa, made a short Visit here
within tbe past week.
uoe'Ss McDaniel has retnrne
from his Western trip. He renorts
engines maitrs as looking lively
in me west.
e ll venture that ninny men
Who say they are too poor t take
county paper, will attend the cSrciiB
that proposes to walk off with a
good deal of the loose change of
this uonnty m a Jew days.
It ybn want to see the man that
owes yon that "little bill," and that
ever finds it convenient to pay it.
be on the parade ground on the day
ot the circus. He II be sure to be
there pquondering the money he
ought t pay his debts with.
It is slated that Forepansh's
show took over two thonRand dt)l
lars out of the Cottnly; This plan
ot reducing the amount of actual
cash in the Countr, is about to be
put in operation again.
ifje -r,uropean Uircns, to be in
this place on the 2oth, we beliove
does not pretend to be an animal
show, and consequently tbe relig
ious portion of the community will
not be forced to at'end in order to
instruct their- children in the pro-
auctions oi nature.
Ip the people of Morgan . County
wore to oe called together, on tha
25th, in order to raise two thousand
dollars for some charitable purpose
how few there would be there!
Yet, we suppose that the circus that
to be here on that day will be
largely attended by people with
open pocket-books, all ready so
give their mite toward supporting
A DBroGrsT, of Athens, hat come
grief been prosecuted Tor sell
ing whisky. Some of the elite of
the town were forcpd to testify
against .him. This is right. "We
like to see the npper crust of drink
ers, as well as the lower, brought
before grand juries and courts, and
made to givu in their evidenco
against liquor vendorf .
RjchAKD Enol.i of Chesterfield,
takes pleasure in returning thanks
the people of Mountstown, and
vicinity, for their recent very lib
eral patronage. On Friday and
Saturday last, he sold upward of
two hundred and sixty, dollars
worth of goods at Mountstown, and
total sales in that vicinity since
tbe 1st of March Iatl. have amount
to ever eight hundred dollars.
Basi Bali The "Scrubs." of
Chesterfield, defeated the Hopewell
Club, in tbe game played at the
former place on last Saturday.
The Hickory Juniors wero beat
at Zanesville by tho O. K. Club
Monday. The score stood twen
ty seven runs for Zanesville to
fourteen for McConncIsville. The
clubs will play the third game
snortiy in tnis place.
James S. Sherlock evinces con;
sidcrable indignation in last Week'i
uniwcTBii, at our notice ot mm in
issue oi J uiy z 1st. xne mis
take we made in the amount he
behind with us Was a bad one,
we acknowledged it as soon as
discovered it. lint, according
Air. bberlock a own showing and
true state of affairs, be received
paper after the time he had
settled for It, and of cotirse was
Some in our debt. Of course, had
not made a mistake, we would
have published bim the am't
owed, and still owes, bein? ton
email. Bui, yet, there was soma.
thing due ns from him. and he
should not hare stopped his paper
be bad settled it. Fifteen or
twenty cents is as good to ns- as to
Sherlock, and be should not
it on himself to say that such
not the cate. We
cate. Wo care nothing
about tbe epithets and slang he uses
W noticed at the Qneeniware Store of R.
L. Jenkins, Smell Lantern, called the
HCBErCAJrE LANTERK. It seeme tone
to be the beat thing Of the kind ever got-
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w up, as K win answer lor m jibuu-j.pi
vi.ii'i . T.n .-j i. rT ei-
nomieal. not having a flrop of oil in it
when in me.
Tel hesitancy of tbe
Assembly to confer on
Presidential power for a
years, shows that things are not
altogotber agreeable or settled in
France. The side issue of a vote
of orgency, with which the matter
was staved off, shows that even the
Kcpublicans are afraid of meeting
directly the Presidential question
At the same time it is stated that
the oppositieii to the project of vo
ting him into the Presidency is
Increasing. These things are omi
nous. The? uow that the lorm of
government is still endecided, and
that a struggle between the rival
factions is yet entirely possible.
The end of such a straggle is not
Tbe fiit teetotaler in the king
dom of Great Jsritain, it appears
from an English paper, is etui Ii
living. His name is John King,
and ne is o Quaker, seventy-five
years of age. He has been for
manv years an employee on the
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railroad,
but is now superannuated. He has
received a silver medal for his mer
it as hrst teetotaler, ana now it :s
proposed that all the brethren of
that ilk in tho United Kingdom
should contribute a penny a piece
as a testimonial to the old king of
teetotalers, thereby providing
liberally for his declining years the
"cup that cheers, but not inebria
ets." Ten years make many changes.
It is said that ten years ago two
young men were Working on a dai
ly paper in Cincinnati, at salaries
of tweive and fifteen dollars a week.
One of the young men wanted to
come East, but the two debated a
long timo wbelher it would be pos
sible for him to collect two hundred
dallars, 'which was then due to him,
with which to pay his'oxpanHcs.
The debtor who owed the money
wa no other than Hon. Henry D.
Cooke, Governor of the hew territo
ry of Columbia. The two young
men were Whitelaw Eeid, of the
Tribune, how the most prominent
managing editor 'in the country,
and W D. Howeltn, editrr of the
Atlantic Abarty, who Is coming to
be acknowledged on both sides of
the ocean as one of the most grace
ful and charming of essayists. We
see that the highest Englixh author
ity compares hint with Lamb,
while high authorities in this coun
try speak of him as resembling Irv
ing and Hawthorne. In truth, he
as thoroughly individual as any
of these writers. Mr. Howells was
never at col lego, wo believe. He
was chiefly educated in the office of
the country newspaper of which
his lather is editor.
The monument of JLewis Cast in Elm-
wood Cemetery, Detroit, was complet
ed a few days ago. Is a granite column
twelve feet high, composed often
courses, the lower of Quincy granite,
and the remaining nine of Concord
granite- On one side is the name,
Lewis. Cam, in simp'e Roman letters,
and on the reverse the Michigan coat-of-arms.
On the remaining sides an
oak and ivy wreath, very elaborate in
workmanship, and the Lames, date of
birth and death of the General and
his wife. The top is a granite scar-
cophagus, resting on two piers of the
fame material. Its cost was ten thou-
and dollars, : and it weighs forty-six
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 17TH.
Flour per barre', f 6 00
Beans, per bushel, $2 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to 18
.Brooms, per dozen, f i 00 to 2 25
Candles, per pound, 20
Star Candles, per ponnd, 25
tUFFEE Choice Rio, per ponnd, 25
Fair Rio, do do 22
Good do do do 20
LAE-uarra. do do 25
Java, per ponnd, 25 to 28
Cheese, per pound, 15 to 18
Eirgs. per dozen, 10 to 12 1-2
lSH,-.M.ackereI, per half-l.bL S6 00
take Herring, do do $2 25
Potomac do do do S9b0
GRAIN Wheat, per Bushel, fl 00
torn, do do 65
Oats, do dt 28
Hay, per toll, 810 00 to 12 00
SYRUP-N. Orleans, per kill., $1 00
Golden Syrup. do do 80 to 1
BACOX Ham. per pound. 12 1-2 to 15
Sides, do do 8 to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to 9
Kice. per pobtad. - 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown, per pohnd, 10 to 14
White sugar, do
Salt, per barrel,
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb.
Black tea. do
Japan tea, do
Tallow, per pound.
Potatoes, new, per bushel,
001 per pound,
do 15 to 17
$1 50 to 1 75
f I 00 to 1 50
f 1 00 to 1 20
1 20 to 1 50
C5 to 75
60 to 90
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday Evening, Aug. 14.
Bekp Cattle. The demand has
been more active, and with light
receipts the market has ruled stron
ger. To-day the supply was short.
and all sold readily. Prices have
advanced 25(S,50c. per cental. Most
ot the sales were at t3 504 50.
There is no extra shipping stosk in
the market. We quote extra beeves
at $4 50(5,6 00; medium, S3 754 25
and common, S3 00(3,3 50 per cen
tal, live weight.
Shiep. The snpply has been
short of the demand, and the mar
ket is quick at 12 503 50 per cen
tal for common to prime sheep, and
12 003 00 per head for lambs.
noes. The supply, although
light, Las beeh enough for the dc
mandj and all sold at H 254 50,
gross, for light to heavy avera
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
Burrxix, K. T., Anenat 1. Beef Cattle,
-Market is steady, demand active; prices
ancnaugea. uooa rains are especially ac
tive; offerings were fdlly equal to former ar
rivals; receipts, 8 eara. Bales made of
1,021 bead, aveisgiag 1,251 lbs., at $4 12a
Sheep and Lambs Prices nnchaBged;
moderate anpplv; receipts, Hears. Sales
were made of 2,718 bead at $4 156 25.
Hogs. The market unchanged; demand
fair; receipt, ears. Salea made of 5S8
head, dividing on 290 lbs., at f4 T4a4 .
A Live Home Journal-Notable
. j . . .
ea into the
Last October, ileartk and Home paM'
I into the bands of Messrs. Orange
JUdl & U0.; of Zla .Broadway, JNew
York, the Well-known publishers of
the American Agncultumt a journal
long without a rival in sterling value
and circulation. Ibe marked im
provements then expected to appear
iti Hearth rind Home hare beeh fU;ly re
alised, and it is now one of the choice-
est illustrated journals anywhere is
sued for. the fittai'y circle adapted tb
both the juvenile and adult people, aha
meeting the special Wants of the house
keeper. .Besides it supplies Very use
ful chapters for the garden and farm;
and an impoitaht hefts sheet, giving a
valuable rrrume oi ine news tor a week
up to the moment of issue. From $500
to SBOO worth ef very tine engravings
berutify each weekly number. We no
tice now a still further mark of enter
prise on the part of the pilblishets;
thev have secured the exclusive edito
rial services of t Jward EgglestoU; bo
widely and favorably known by his
writings in Scritner't Monthly, and msnv
other Magazines.and Journals, and es-
pecially as tbe chief superintending J
Editor of theAVat York indtptndent for,
some time past. With this notable ad
dition to the previously large and
strong editorial force Hubtii 40
Hour can not fail to inerit and com
mand a prominent place in every
household, in city,Tvillaee, and county.
Specimen copies can doubtless be ob
tained of the publishers, as above.
Tei ms only S3 a year. Single numbers
8 cents. Hearth and Home and American
AgricuUurUi together, t4 a year. .-, Bet-J
ter add one or both 01 them to your
snpp'y of reading; they are each worth
infinitely more than the small cost.
Bargains! . Bargains I -
J. REAM AX A CO.
Have lust received a full! line of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Suitings,- Coatings,
Ac, and they are prepared to make all
Kinds of work on the shortest possible
notice, and warrant a good fit and
fftneral satisfaction. Theyrill say to
those that want Clothing, that they
have the largest and best selected
stock ever before in the market cut
and made in their own establishment.
They will cut all goods bought of them
free of charge.. Don't fool your money
away betore you can ana examine
their stock. J hey have piles or goods
and must make more room. ISAAC
ARXES will lie fonnd at all hours at
the Old Stand one door ESst of Bar
ker & MclHniel'S; Center Street, ilc-
ConnelsV-.lIe, OhiO: ,
Dick Enolb ir to be at the MOtt-
GAJJ COUNTY FAIR with a lull
HA RNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS
BRIDLES, WHIPS, &c, &c,
All of his own Manufacture, and all
of which will bo for sale at the
Lowest Cash Rates.
Mr. Engle has, for months past,
beon visiting towns of Morgan, A-
thens, and Washington Counties,
ahd has always been able to make
largo sales to the people in their re
spective vicinities. He proposes to
have upwards of a thousand dollars
worth of slock to sell during the
holding ot tbo Fair, and he asks all
in want of anything in bis line-to
wait until thai time to 111 a if e tbeir
purchases, as be feels confident that
be can give them better satisfaction
than they can get elsewhere.
Morgan Cottniy Fair; "
At a meeting ol the Board of
Directors of the Morgan Coanty Agricul
tural Society, on tbe 15ch inst., it was
KrsoLTiD, that the premiums on Colts
wold and Southdown Sheep be advanced to
the same amount as that oHered by thu
Society for Merinos and Leicester.
Johk 8. Adaib, Seefetary.
Fob Sale ob Reset. A second-hand
Sewing Machine in good rtihnineor-
aer, win oe . soiu low ana on easy
terms or let Dy the month.
H.B. VlNcE5Tfc BRO.
CocatantlT receiving at Anna's Book
Store. Tbey never permit tbeir stock to
get low, and by attention to tbe wants of
tbeir customers, areenableJ to abpplf '.hem
with anything needed in tbeir lie at liberal
Black and Brown Silk Belting, late
style, tor the Ladies, just received at
Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
Books, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, Piq1-
ues, Sc., at stone s.
Jcst received, a fnll stock of
Hoots. Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogans, which will be
so'd cheap at the cash store of
PEA IRS & WHITE.
A handsome stock and fine variety of
Lit 11 '"g baths plain and colored and the
tt assortment ever brongbt to M Conriels-
ville. just received this day at Adair's
at the cheap Dress
Suspenders go to
Go and look
Goods at Stone's,
For extra fine
New stock ef soberlor makes ot Rase
Balls, sach as tbe "Ross." 'Bounding
Itock," 'Star." ' Red Dead Ball," and ma
cheaper grade, received at Adair's
Book store tbis day.
Yocko men, old men. or "any other
man" can be supplied with Collars and
.Neckties, ot the latest styles, atMLL 9.
Lambs Slippers at a reduction at
Adjusted to heat, cold and position 1. .
variation in time!
Gold or Silver Cases !
II. B. V1..CEST A BROi
Tbe olct-Taehioned spun roll tobacco
P. bVEE"EY'S, next door toPost-
Picture Frames S
A lares stock and good variety of sizes
ricTCKR Franks, at adaib a Book store.
Tub only first-class line of Silks and
Alpaccas is at ctone a
A kew stock of Baskets Clothet,
Market and all other kinds, just re-
ceivea at sill s,
Silver Ware !
Fu!l assortment of every thine in the
ot Miver or bilver riated Ware,
suitable for Anniversary or Wedding
presents, h. u. VISCENT 3c. BBO.
Stereoscopic Views !r
A splendid lot ol Stebboscomc Vibws of
" osemite Valley," and other places of
interest in California, "PaciDe Railroad,"
Wtllet's Qionps," and a larre and fine as
men t of American Scenery, this day re
ceivsd at Adair's Book Store.
Thb "Semper Idem" is ihe "Collar of
jir f '!
latest atylea of Gold and Silver Ctiiff!
Movements made dnst proof I
risk to the purchaser !
Every Watch warranted !
U. B. "VINCEKT A BRO.
Faxs and Parasols cheaper than the
fheapesr at ctone's
Picture Cord, Tassels, Ave.
Fresh snpply of Pictdbk Coao, Tasseis,
other similar Goods, of various colsra,
received tbis day at A daib's Book Store.
CBOVER & RAKER.
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"Were awarded the hie-best PremiBin? at
, -, the Bute Fairs of
.flew1' Yorlr, j'
V ' New JerscJ1
' - Ohio,
; - Wisconsin)
Missouri, - -.Alabama,
Dave afro been awa-tlnl those Jf acLi&es
at the exbibitioos of
pims, . . .
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Thevery hinhest prize, TIIE CROSS
OF THE LEUION OP HOXOIt, was
conferred on tbe representative of tbe
tirover A Baker Sewing Machines, at the
Exposition Universale, Paris, 1867. thDS
attesting their great superiority over all
ower aewmg JlacumtJ.
P"OiNTS OF. EXCELLENCE :
iieauty and Elasticity of Stick.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Xo fastening of teams ly hand and no
waste of thread.
Wide range of application without change
Tbe seam retains its beanty and firmness
alter waaliing and ironing.
Beside doing all kinds of work dons' by
other Sewing machines tbo Elastic Stitcb
macbimf executes the most beautilulaud
permanent Embroider; and ornsmeoU
ALEi FIXLEY is the. Genera1!
Agent for tbo sale of the Grover & Ba
ker Shuttle or Iy-.kSu.cli Machine, and
the ElasticjStitch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, iu the Connties of Mjrrun, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washing ttn, Vn-kingnm
and Vinton, ar.d hs his -Trve!in? Ar
eata all tbrong'u . these Counties. Per
sons jrishin a - first-claa fecwing Ma
chine, just what ia needed for family use,
should call 00 Mr. Finley or one of his
agents. H.B. VINCENT & BRO.
are bis erents in SlcConneUville.
Aisy 13th, 1871 -tf.
BlcCO..El..SVIME III SI. tl. CARDS.
3". TV Cor. of Iub. Squ., ILVTcConnfeASvilte, O.,
DRUGS, IEEICUES,:PniE;tKlDS, MlStt, 0IIS, DYES 4 DTE STUFFS, PEBFCSEJ1,
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully compounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April 81, 1871 It.
MH8 a: RAE&EG,
Dry Good?, Groceries, Boots and Slide?,
, . . (N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
t. NEW GOODS received reju'arly. The highest pri.e paid for COUNTRY
IBUDJIK in exchange lortiowts. . ... way 471. ly.
.. HIKL yCKSHOOa. . . A. M. Dcrsboob.
H. ..DU.NSMO OU & .:'S ON,
Keep on hand very large Stock of
FDRNITURF, to-wit: CHAlKrl, TABLKS, BURSAS, BEDSTE ADS.&c, &e.
At their SALE ROU J3 in
K. B. Tbey employ rone but first-class mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tbeir
Platform a: "Good work, good y and low priceal'.' .. . April 21, 1871 m
U N D RT A KfiR S !
11, 1). JOIIKSOxX & CO-,
ICortn'East corner bf CetiirSand Penii .Streets,
keep constantly 00 bacd a complete assortment of Coffins. Burial Case, Ac, and have
in their employ Robert A..Pinkerton, who will make this department ot business a spe
cialty, in connection with their bnin-ss, they bar' fit ted op a nrst-class
And are prepared to fornWh all patroriS with whatever tbey nay want in their LINE.
.May tZjlBit iy.
The Sasii & loor Factory,
-;- LleConnelsville, Ohio,
Faruishrs to order FLOORING, WEATHER"BOARDIXG, S'DIXG, CEILING
6ASH. SHUTTERS, BLINDS & DOORS, BOX 4 COMJON WIN-
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
Plaining &91atcnln?, Scroll Sawlnsr & Rlpplna; Done to Order.
Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bonght and sold
April 21, 1871 ly
U. M. "WELLS, Superintendent.
Dealer in Flats and Caps, on Center St., east of Pub. Square, UcConnelsville, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of ETJTS andCAPS
KEtT GOODS Received frith Every Cnange In the SeaaoKI
-EVEITHIX8 SOLD 10W FOS CASa!"t
The Highest Cash Prices paid for ITinkSkunk, and Coon Skins !
April 2i, 1871 ly.
Grocery and Provision tore !
D. & C. W. MUM MEY have on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES-, SUGARS .JJOLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply el All Kinds of rroTlsions la Hi's Slarhc:
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but tho
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality
flour sold by the sack at the lowest rates. April il, lSit ly
Dry Goods ! Dry oods
W. I. & C. McCAUTY, Dealers
Xoliont Ladies' Drcsd Goods Ladles'
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, itcCon
. neisvuie, Uhio.
N. B. None but the very best quality of eoods of any kind erer kent and
1 v . , , . 1 , , l e , . . . .. . . . n . .
aiways soiu aw iiio luweei o cusu prices, l-aaies Dress uooas made a btrtAl
A i. i 1 . April 21. lS7l-lv.
Boots and Shoes!
T. C. VEATCH,
MAX DFAClXJiiEIt OP EOOTS;aND:S1TOES, OddFsllomt EntDixo,
un &ast street, JVcConnelsviUe, Uhio.
Cools and Shoes, for Ladies, Gent, and Children, manufactured to order on tbe short
est possible notice. None hut the oest of Stock worked, and a fit alwava ruaranteed,
A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Boot and Shoes altays on hand lor those who want to
buy ready-made work. Sft-COBBLING done m-lly and warranted to eive perfect
snilaction. tiire me a call. T. C VEATCH.
June 30ih, 1871.
Sotlth aide of Center St, three doors East of Public Square, AYcConnelsvllle, O.,
liAllDWAEE, TINWARE. STOVES, STOVE TUIMIIINGS, CUTLE-
11 X, SSAlLiO, UIjASS, PLOWS, &c, &c.
N. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jower fc Resper." an iinDfovemeht
on ine "inmax, wnicn gave universal satisfaction last season. I An, 21 71-ly.
T. D. ONE
Aug. 4, 1871 tf.
North side of Center St., between East and Pebn Sts., McConhelsviile, Ohio,
lias Always to Offer to Ills Customers tbe Best;Qaaililes of
usually iounu ma nrsi-ciass ramny urocery.
. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
id. Prices to suit the times. I April 21, 1871 ly.
We keep on bands, and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We he. also, au extensive linsof PAINTS, UXc, Sl'UPFa. OILS and BkUsh.
ES, all of which we offer 10 tbe Public at the lowest market rates. Also, we invite
oar ccstomers to call snd examine oar large ana wen selected
STOCK OF "WJLHiL !P-AJ?ICR I
WillCti WE'ARlS SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 28th, 187117-1 JOtLN ALEXANDER.
BI SIXES9 CARDS.
W7k. IIEIlIlY, t.
Mav be fonnd at his office oa
THE SOlTU HtS r COit.iER
At ail times, when not absent on Profess
JEI. JL,. TRUE.
Physician Sc SnrgediV
MTfiMXici evil I r num
HI UWllll.LWIILUU) UlliUj
Treats all forms of acute and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles..
Calls promptly attended to. and charge
reawnable. OFFICE : in Morris' New
Bnildin?, on Center stree, wliere be
will be found when not prorps!ionallvenatt
ed. (Feb. 3d, 1871.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Opposite Jlnmmey'i tirtfeery
On Centre Xt MrCimnrlrtnllf O.
5Sa Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
That J07IX RYAIV is the BEST
COHIILEIl ever in McCOSELS-
He has constantly on hand a good assort
me nt ofFine and Stogie Boots, of bis own
manufacture, whieh he ia offering at tho
lowest CASH rate. Give him a call at hie
establishment on Korth-west corner of Fab
lie sqnare, McConncIsville, Ohio.
J. T. cntutVi
Attorney- and Counsellor
,3T-03jce in the southeast comer of Court
Bouse, accond floor. Will practice i a tha
counties ol Morgan, Athena, and Washing
ton. July 7,'71.
f. r. sioohea
AT LA W.
practice in the coouties of Mor
gan and 2Foble
OFFICE in the aontbeact corner of Court
House, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7, 1871. -
J' E. HAXXA. Ed..M. KENNEDY
HANNA & KENNEDY.
a a aakMawaaa MSiaa
On Center Street, near the rnblie Sqnafo,
9" Special attention given to Collec
tions; will practice in Morgan, Athena, No
ble, Washington and iluakinguiu connties.
Jan. 1, 1371 tf.
Corner market & 5th Streets,
W1I. GETZ, raorEinoB,
at. Liverv Stables attached to Hotel.
THE SPLENDID STEllES.
ITarvet DAaLntcToy, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips ' be
tvreen Zanesville and P-ttsburs, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock.
on Tuesday mornings; and, returnihp,
leaves Pit tsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
xri c. TRESJZE
asks the pablic to rail and examine his
specimen Photographs, Ferrotype, An
broty pea. Gems, 4c, Ac, which cannot be
surpassed anywhere. Ha has perfected ar
rangements Thereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Tainting
and pictures of India Ink Work. Room
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. 6tone's
Building, Center Slreetj U'Connelsvilio,
Area Decided Sccccss I
TRULYjhc oM moitsr of "Dad Medi
cine is beirz brokvp. Medicine mnst he
ff.'Ctnal ; bat it is no loneer necessarily
daneeroun, psir.fnl or diagUHtinc. The re
markable Nerve tonic apeiient assists lh
process of digestion, ami m conducive of
tbe most perfect physical enl roftital condi
tions. Tbey curs drrperS'Si neodacho.
sallownrss. bilionsness and irreenlaritifs.
bat their greatest snccess s in actinjr as
preventive of theoe disorders. " If not found
at the nearest llrn?ists, enclose titty cu.
to Calahar Grain Co., Marietta, Uhio.
April 2?tb, 1671 2 no.
C. Ia: HALL.
Wholesale and He tall
3U SUSIJN'KSS DOXE ON A
STKICIXY CASU SYSTEM
Not. 11 1870-tf.
BURROUGII & CO..
WbJ'eSala and ftetail Dealers ia and ttr l-
TLAIN AD FANCY
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY OX HAND,
Guaranteed to Glre rerfec
B e d g t c a cl s ,
Parlsr Work aad Cliamber
To suit Pnrchaeers.
Sale Rooms, No. 70 Main, Street.
"X. B. Cash paid for seasoned Lumber