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THE INDEPENDENT.
JOSEPH A KELLY, tDITOR AND PHOI-KI KTOB.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO :
FIIIDAV, . . . Aurust 25, ISM.
TEEMS
OF
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, wlien
not paid In advance, $2.00
One copy, one year, casta
In advance, $1.50
TO CLUBS.
To a Clnb of ten, one dol
lar and thirty-five cents
each. 13.50
To a Club of fifteen, one
dollar and twenty-five
cents each, $13.75
t&" ALL DELINQUENTS will be
charged up, in all cases, at the rate of
Two Dollars a year.
GRAND RALLY OF THE PROHIBITIONISTS
AT CHESTERFIELD.
Saturday Evening, September
2nd.
GIDEON T. STEWART, Pro
hibition Candidate for Governor,
will address the people at CHES
TERFIELD, M orpm County, Ohio,
c SATURDAY EVENING, Sep
tember 2nd, IS71, on the mot-t vital
questions that are now agitating the
minds of the people questions aris
ing from that great curse, the LIQ
UOR TRAFFIC. EVERYBODY
is invited to attend, and all will be
amply repaid for the tim spent
TURN OUT AND HEAR SOME
Till.Mr jXKW I somctuin; that is
of the niowt vital importance to ev
erv member of society 1 All who
have seen members of their own
family stricken down by the Liquor
Irathe should be present ! Ail who
have seen their neighbors and
friend fall by the jower of the
Dram Shop, should be present ! AI!
who are tired of paying burdensome
taxes, because of the Liquor Traffic,
should be present ! All who are
interested in their own welfare, and
the welfare oi tbeir fellow-men,
ehould bo present I
By order of the Morgan County
Prohibition
CENTRAL COMMITEE.
Aug. 25, 1871.
The Circus as but poorly attend
ed ra;nedall day.
We have through navigation
now to Marietta.
Tai IJppublieau Judicial Convention was
held in Zanesville to-day, and nominated
Win. H. Frazier,of Noble.
The Ohio River is lower now
than it has been for seventeeen
years.
Edgar Siiarp is making prepar
ations to erect a residence on his
lot in the North-ca6t portion of
town.
Toe Stock-holders of the First
National Bank, of this place, are
contemplating erecting a Bank
Building.
Tiie M. E. Sunday School, of this
place, went on a Pic-nic excursion
to a Grove three miles this side ot
Taylcrsville on Wednesday. It is
caid they bad a pleasant time.
Bey. Georce Naslor, of tho W.
Va. Conference of the Methodist
Church, will preach at the M. E.
Chtrch of this place on next Sab-,
bath morning and evening.
Ox Wednesday afternoon, of last
week, Bristol township had the
heaviest 6torm ever known thero.
Stables were unroofed, and hay
ettcks and lenccs were scattered by
the wind.
Albert G. Christt. formerly a
- printer of this place, died last Mon
day morning, at his home near
Pittsburgh, of brain fever, nis ro
mams were brought here on Tues
day night, and were bnried at
Wesley Chapel on Wednesday.
The Morgan County Teachers'
Institute adjourns this week'. As
h:gh as eighty-live teachers Lave
been in atttendance, and it lias
been pronounced the most success
ful Institute ever bold here.
The "Scrubs," of Chesterfield,
played a match game of base bali
with a nine jiitked from the Penns
Tille and Hopewell Club on Fri
day, the IStb, at Chesterfield, the
"Scrubs" scoring fift3-three runs
. to twenty-seven for their oppo
nents. There is some talk of Gen. Geo.
W. McCook being withdrawn as a
candidate for Governor. His
friends dony bis being drunk at;
Chillicothe, however. Thev claim j
that tho hot weather, not Senator
Allen's whisky, caused his break
down.
James K. Joxes purchased s!xty
three shares in the RIcConnelsville
First National Bank, a few days
fiince, of Joshua Davis. This makes
one hundred and twenty-nine
6hares m the Bank owned ty Mr
Jones, making him the largest
Etock-holdcr in the institution.
Bail Road Matters. We see
that the "Valley" railroad tompa
ny. the road to run from Cleveland
to Bowerstown, Harrison County,
and passiiigthrough Summit, Stark,
Tuscarawas, and Carroll Counties;
and, also, tho "Columbus and Fer
rara" road, running from Columbus
through Fairfield County and Ter
minating near Millerstown, Ferry
County, have filed their certificates
of incorporation as Columbus. If
these roads are built, they will be
; of great advantage to the Eastern
Ohia if it is built.
Dr. W. N. n amrleton has re
turned from a four months' tour
, through the East. He visited
"Washington, Baltimore, Philadol
; phia. New York, Boston, all through
- the New England States, at Quebec
and Montreal and various places in
. the Csnadas, at Niagara Falls and
any number of watering places, and
looks as natural as ever. The Doc
tor says he roturns a stronger be
liever than ever in Spiritualism;
;that, in fact, he has had his spintu- j
-at strength renewed, lie exhibits,
, as a testimony of- the "truth ot his !
-.doctrine, a photograph of himsolf, ;
, with a photograph of tho spirit of ,
his father, (who died twenty-five
years ago and of whom there was f
no picture existing-), in the back. L.
ground, taken by Mumler, of Bos-
.? m, ' . J """ .-to
lOn. ,1 he epirit photograph Of his ten
father1 IS said tO look Very much as '
. ...
db fliu wnen living. I
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it
a
TDK Kcnubtiaan Senatorial 'jou
vent'on for this District, was lie
in Beverly vonterday. On th
, liroi uuuor, iw. .u
lncumoeni, was n-uuiuiunieu vy
ono majority, h nauiiinju vjuiuy
using her power to control the
Convention by giving .Slimson her
full vole. Morgan and Noble cast
their thirty volts lor Dr. Philip
Kennedy.
The "new departure" Democra
cy of Morgan hold their County
Convention in the Town Hall to-
morrow. It i supposed that our
friend Tnmnfc m fj-vlnrrt will rli -
liver his "annual address." There
is an effort on foot amongst ihe
discreet of tho "departers"
suppress him, but it can't bo
done. Gavlo.d will manage eo as
have somebody call him out.
hope he wont "go for the clergy."
as he has threatened, He had bet-
ter let the clergy alone, and if ha :
l.na tn fir.it nnt. hw Tonnm Jtn.nir.at.
some one, wo offer ourself as a vie
lim. We can stand it.
W. A. Vincent, of tho firm of II
for the Eastern Cities, whore he
now engaged in making a selection
of Good for this Fall's trade. Dur
ing the coming week '.hey will re
ceive the largest and finest assort
ment of Goods it him ever been
their pleasure to open in this mar
ket. This season Ladies' W atches
land Chains will be made a speciali-
ty. Of the former thoy will hare
the well-known Lady Elgin and
American, as well as the finer
grades of Swiss Stem-winding
Watches; and of Chains the latest
novelties in Styles and Attach
mcnts; buying their Chains direct
rom the Manufacturers they can
give their Customers every assur
ance that the quality is as repre
sented. J
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List of Jurors.
The following is a list of Jurors
for the October Term, 1S71, of the
Morgan County Court of Common
Fleas :
GRAND JURORS.
Benjamin Posey,
Robert Showan,
Jesse Faweett,
Phill'p Kennedy,
John B. DuTiaway,
Samnel Engle,
Eh Shields,
William V. Mellor,
Morris K. Atkinson.
William S. Bozman,
Homer.
Windsor,
Mar;on.
York.
Malta.
Manchester.
Marion.
Windsor.
Marion.
Meigsville.
Bristol.
York.
Bloom.
Morgan.
Morgan.
William U. Cool.
Benoni Tnompson,
Loren Dcvol,
John Kirhy.
Thomas Hammond,
PETIT JURORS.
Pierce Flail,
Ilit-kman Bullock,
Robert L. Morris, .
William Henderson,
Deerfield.
Homer.
Morgan.
Malta.
Windsor.
Bristol.
DeerfioM.
Deerfield.
Marion.
Center.
Samuel Scott,
John Henderson,
At A. Adair,
Alexander Finley,
George Pickerel,
John H. Whitaker.
William Elliot.
John Groves,
Facts and Figures for the People.
.
. Extract from the report of Com
missioner W ells to tbo Uovtrcnicnt
in 18'J8, shoting the amount in
each State, paid by the drinkers
and consumers of intoxicatmcr
drinks, to the retailers over the
counter in St7:
New York,
Pennsylvania,
?24G,C17.520
I55,663.4?5
119.933.945
151.75 l.S
27,979.875
40.561.620
53 627.855
51.418.8S0
59.924,090
53,223,115
43,818,Sl5
5r,7i:4.170
35.5S2.C95
35.00l.2o0
42.463.740
S, 25 7,0 IS
1,1,231,250
12.629.175
14,394.970
10.376450
C.7S6.0.'i5
8,503,665
45,021,730
20,283,035
25.82S.4C5
26.132,905
2:J,025,3S5
Illinois,
Ohio,
Massachusetts,
Maryland,
Missouri,
Indiana,
California,
Kentucky,
Wisconsin,
Mi'.-higan,
Iowa,
Connecticut,
New Jersey,
Maine.
Rhode Island,
New Hampshire,
Minnesota,
Dist. Columbia,
Vermont,
Kansas,
Lcnisiana,
Tennessee,
Georgia,
Virginia,
Alabama,
1.731.250
10C10,275
13,224 340
8.806235
7.F58.420
3,770.355
4.433.303
4,261.249
Texas,
South Carulina,
North Carolina,
West Virginia,
Arkansas,
Delaware,
Mississippi,
Oregon,
Nevada,
Nebraska,
Colorado,
Territories,
4.83S.732
3.230,515
3,745204
14,169.400
$1,483,491,860
eerted by the press, that the Maine
liquor law was an utter failure.
The figures show to the contrary,
. mmsslBg
Wi noticed at the Qneensware Store of Jl.
Jenkins, a Small Lantern, called the
iI?B.ilICAlf,Ei.AIiT?.IlN-. .u ecms 10 Vs
be the best thing of the kind ever got-
up, as it will answer for a Hand-lamp,
Kight-lamp, or Lantern, and is very eco
i , . i. : . r A:i : n :
Thus it will be seen tha, during
tho year 1S67, the people of the
United States paid for strong drinks
over the counter to retail dealers,
the sum of fourteen hundred and
eighty-three millions four hundred
and ninety-one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty dollars; a sura more
than equal to one-half the princi
pal and the annual interest of tho
public debt. And, if applied to tho
payment of the debt, would redeem
all, in two years.
According to the census of 1SC0,
we find the population of the fol
lowing States was about the same
as that of the State of Maine : Io
wa, South Carolina, New Jersey,
Maryland, Texas and Indiana,
whi'.e the States of Louisiana, Mich
igan, Mississippi, North Carolina,
Wisconsin, Lentuc-kyand Alabama
was from one-fifth to one-sixth
greater.
We also find fourteen States with
popul.-ition, many of which, are
considerably less thun that of
Maine. How often has it been as-
himuici, i
when in usa.
baring a drop 6f oil in it
BEHIND TIME. The publication
of our paper this week has been delay-
ed until lale this (Friday) eveninjr.
Ev some means unknown to us, we did
noJ. recc;ve our outside'
until by to-
day's boat
For the Independent.
Westland Farmer's Club.
coarse wooiea sncep; ana lie pro
more cecded to areuo from his experi
to enee and observation that fine
' woolod sleep were the most profit
to WciaWo- Eli Shit-Ids thinks from his
experience Coltwold won't pay.
David Kennard, David Thompson,
Joseph Brown, and Gorman JJ art
have had but little CXpcHcnCO in
The Farmer's Club of Westland
met at its rooms July 29th, 1871.
President Hallowell in the chair.
After some time spent in prelimin
ary work of the club, Mr. Bingman
stated that tho subject for discus
sion was: Which is of the most
1 pro" to tarmers at, inis time, me
1 raisinij of short or fino wooled
6hecp,
or the raising of Ion or
! the raising of any wool except
native, josepn iioopes minus mat
the Souihdown sheep, on account
j of their fattening qualities, are tho
bes. John II Ilambleton argued.;
isjth fine woolod sheep for profit are
the standard sheep. Wm. Elliot
th-.nks tho long or coarse woolcd
hcep the most profitable. Lewis
Kmg and Joseph Thompson think
you gain more in weight of wool
than you lose in weight of carcass,
consequently the close woolcd sl.eep
Ure more profitable than the open
wooiea enecp. l-jscnai otroao went,
into an argument to" show that
OUU'IIMUWII Biici-fj nvuiu lTilJ tiuoi.
Joel King thinks that fine wooled
sheep are tho most profitable. W.
C. Strode thinks that long wooled
sheep are the most profitable at this
time, and read an article on Sheep
Husbandry. J. P. King, J. Men
dcnhali and Ta3-lor Strode argued
,n favor of close wooled sheep, J.
H. Kinsey went into jn argument
and read from statistics to show
that fino wooled 6heep would bo of
the most profit to farmers in this
locality. Ii. Hallowell from his ex
perience in tho difierent breeds of
sheep, found fine wooled sheep to
pay bjst. John Hallowell had no
experience except between native
and Spanish, and it rrqntred but
little experience to find out that tho
pay was on the side of the close
wooled sheep. As regards the po
tato bug spoken of in the Herald,
tho farmers have had no experfenco
in that kind of stock and will leave
tho discussion of that subject to the
Village literati, and grapple sub
jects in which they have had some
experience.
Club adjonrned to meet the last
Saturday of Augnst, at 1 o'clock.
J. H. KINSEY, Cor. Sec.
Home Again!
Tho undersigned would inform
his friends, and patrons particular
ly, and ihe public generally, that
Jheis again in his office, on Center
fcirtct, ready to render them any
servico :n his power m tho Dental
Art. Dr. W. N. Hambleton.
McConneiivillo, O., Aug. 23, 1S71
2w.
THE MARKETS.
M'CONNELSVILLE
RETAIL MARKET.
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 24TH.
Flour per barrel, v $r o(l
Beans, per bushel, 2 00 to 2 20
Butter, per pound, 15 to 18
Biooms, per dczen, $ 2 00 to 2 25
Candles, per pound,
Star Candles, per pound,
COFFEE Choice liio, per pound,
2(1
25
2.)
rair liio, io tio iz
11
Good do - do do 20
l-aguayra, do do 25
Java, per pound, 25 to 23
Cheese, per pound, 15 to 18
Eire, per dozen. 10 10 12 1-2
FI.SU. Mackerel, per half-bll. Sti 00
l.ake Heriing, do do $2 25
Totoniac do do do 'JoO
UA1X Wheat, per Bushel, Si 0-)
Corn, do da C.j
Oats, do do 28
Hav, pr ton, S10 00 to 12 00
SYKLT X. Orleans, per grd., $1 00
Golden ttyrup, " do doOtol
BACOX ilam, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
Sides, do do - 6 to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to 9
Rice, per pound, 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown, per pound, 10 to 14
White sugar, do do 15 to 17
Salt, per barrel. 81 50 to 1 75
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb. ?1 00 to 1 50
Black tea, do S i DO to 1 20
Japan tea, do SI 20 to 1 50
TO B ACCO Black, 05 to 75
Bright tobarco, 0 to 90
Tallow, per pound. 8
Potatoes, new, per bushel, CO
Wool per pound. 50
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
MONDAY EVENING, Aug, 21.
Beep Cattle With an over sup
ply the first of the week and a light
demand prices have declined 255Qo
but have since partially recovercl.
The market was slow to dxy and
lower, with somo la't unsold at the
close. We quote shipping cattle at
S4 50a4 75; extra beeves at f 4 00a
4 50; medium, 53 25a3 73, and com
mon, ?2 75a3 00 per cental, live
weight.
Sheep The demand has been in
excess of the receipts, and prices
have ruled higher, the market clo
sing steady and firm at S3 00u4 00
percental for common to prime
sheep, and SI 75a3 00 per head for
lambs.
Hogs Have been in good, de
mand all the week, and prices have
advanced, closing firm with all sold
at 84 50a4 80 gross for light to hea
vy averages.
Baltimore Live Stock Market.
Baltimore, August 21. Beef
Cattle This moruing the market
was again dull throughout, and pri
ces Jc. lower yesterday making
the decline for the week lo. per lb.
on all grades. Prices lo day for
beef cattle ranged as follows: Best
beeves at 4 87i5 50; generally
rated first quality at 54 5004 87J,
medium or good fair quality at 83
50(?4 25; ordinary thin steers, oxon
and cows at 533 50; inferior and
lowest grades of cattle 80 general
average ot the market to day $4 50.
Extreme range of prices S35 50.
Most of the sales were from 84 to 85
per 100 lbs.
Sheep and Lambs Wo quoto fat
sheep 4g5Jo per lb. gross, as to
quality. Open wool stock sheep are
in good request at 82 75(5,3 per
head. Lambs 33 50 as to qual
ity. Hogs The receipts have fallen
off largely since last week. We
quote at 86a6 75 per 100 lbs. net.
lho;rateB
' T Propeller ''Siren"
hns laid
up at
Pomeroy on account oflow w,
Tni: Steamer "Brat" has laid
, " account of low water.
water.
id up at Zancs-
IIoKa township people hare been fright
ened by believing thatsome wild panthers
are in their midst. '
William EiRBEL, Pi., of Malts, died on
Sunday last, aged 75 years. He was a na
tire of New Jersey, but had been a citizen
of this County for about fifth years He
was a member of the Christian Church.
Tnit Beer Saloons, one of whose ad
vertisements appears in the Herald &nd
Democrat, are telling. '1 here have been
large numbers of drunken men in
town within a few days past. Sub
scribe for the Herald and Democrat,
lake them into your lamilies, and when
your sons come to town they will
know where to go for a "good glass of
ale or beer."
T. D. Cheadle has on hand as
largo a stock of Clothing, Cloths,
Cassimcrcs. &e as ever was bro't
to this market, and he invites all lo
ca'.l and examino them. He guar
antees a good and satisfactory "fit"
to all that patronize him, and is
hound tn sell at tho lowest cash
Buy your clothing before
i J
tho ;Co ot wooen8 advances
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bisixi:ss XOTICES.
Scntr Tnov. -The BROWN, M AXLY
PLOW COMPAN Y will pr.y CAS tf for
Castor W rouglit Scrap Iran at II alt. i,
Uhio. J-illy tons wanted.
Aug. 25-3 w
Frcit Jugs with Tin aaps at Sill's.
Fass and Parasols cheaper than the
cheapest at Hone s.
Beautiful Lithographic Pictures
at Adair's Book Store. They
have now the largest and finest stock
of these Pictures ever opened in this
locality.
Bargains ! Bargains t
J. SEAMAN & CO.
Have just received a full line of
Cloths, C'assimeres, Suitings, Coatings,
&c, and they ore prepared to make all
kinds of work on the shortest possible
notice, and warrant a good fit and
general satisfaction. They "will say to
those that want Clothing, that tiiey
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. Pon't fool your money
away before you call and examine
their stock. They have piles of goods
and must make more room. ISAAC
'JARXES will be found at all hours at
the Old Stand, one door East of l!ar-
ker & McDaniel's, Center Street, llc
Connclsville, Ohio.
Collars of any size, and Neckties of
every style, at Sin 8.
TuEdryest, best made and best qual
ity of Stogies, either dark or light,
strong or miUI, warranted to smoke
fre, at the Cigar Factory of C. E.
COCHRAN.
$uThe bert RAZORS are sold at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
Elgin Watches.
Latest styles of Gold and Silver Cases t
Movements made dust proof I
Xo rifek to the purchaser I
Every Watch warranted I
H. B. VIXCEXT ERO.
Dick Engle is to be at the MOR
GAN COUNTY FA 111 with a full
Stock of
IIACNESS. 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,
been visiting towns of Morgan, A
thens, and Washington Counties,
and has always been alio to make
large sales to" the people in their re
spective vicinities. He proposes to
have upwards of a thousand dollars
worth of stock to sell during the
holding of tbo Fair, and he asks all
in want of anything in his lino to
wait until thai time to mase their
purchases, as he feels confident that
he can give them better satisfaction
than they can get elsewhere
Large Lot of Sew Goods
To be received at Adair's Book Store
next week. They are pushing their
business with unusual energy this sea
son, and are almost constantly ia re
ceipt of new and fresh supplies.
Farvsks, and others, needing bas
kets of any size, can find an immense
stock at Sill's.
trn An examination of the stock of
WALL PAPER, at ADAIR'S Book
Store, will satisfy any one that the half
has not been told of the vastness of
their stock in points of variety, styles,
quality, and quantity. Go and exam
ine for yourself, and see how evenly
and nicely they trim their Paper, and
without cost to the purchaser.
The best Stogies and Chewing To
bacco at the sign of JUl CROW.
Dry Goods in elegant assortments at
Sill's. 'I hey keep the finest stock ol
l'rints in town.
Fob Sale or Eext. A second-hand
Sewing Machine in good running or
der, will be sola low ana on easy
terms orltt by the month.
U.B. VIS CEXT& BRO.
NT style Clothes Baskets at Sill's.
Eisnop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, riq
ucs, Ac, at Stone's.
Ju.iT received, a full stock of
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogans, which will be
sold cheap at the cash storo c:
PEA1RS ii WHITE.
Pocket Maps
Op the Westers States new, lale,
and correct received this week at A
daie's Book Store. 'I hey are a neces
sary adjunct to the out tic of every per
son traveling Westward- Also, a full
stock of Pocket Maps of the several
states always on hand.
A mce lot of II. It. Bags, Hand
Trunka, Satchels, ice, at Sill s.
Go and look at the cheap Dress
Goods at Stone's.
A MAGNIFICENT lot of Fad Styles
scarf Bows and 'I ies just received
directly fi om the Eaat, at Sill s;
the "Rival," the '-Excelsior," the '-Galaxy,"
and a great many other kinds of
scarfs. Their goods are the first of the
season and the "nobbiest" in the mar
ket. They got them just in time for
Show Day and Camp Meeting. Young
Gents call and get one. is ILL" 8 is
the place.
Pocket Score Books!
A few Fovkkt Base Ball Score Books
just received at ADAIR'S Book Store.
Ladies' Slippers at a reduction at
Stone's.
Tile old-fashioned spun roll tobacco
at P. SWEENEY'S, nest door toPo&t
ollice. The only first-class line of Siiks and
Alpaccas is at Stone's.
Silver Mare I
Full assortment of everything in the
way of Silver or Silver Plated Ware,
suitable for Anniversary or Wedding
presents. H. 11. VINCENT & BRO.
The best Navy, National Leaf and
Fine Cut, good weight and good quali
ty, at U. E. COCHKAN'3.
Anything in the Reading- Line
Suppliedto order (if not on hand) at
ADAIR'S Book Store, at Publisher's
prices.
CROVESt & KAIiKK.
EE
Were awarded the liiel.est Premiams at
the State Fairs of
New York,
Vermont,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania,
Ohio,
Indiana,
Michigan,
Wisconsin,
and Iowa.
Kecfuckyv
Tennessee,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Virginia,
North Carolinia,
California,
und Oregon.
First Prizes
Have also been awarded these Machines
at the exkibilioos of
LONDON,
PARIS,
DUBLIN,
LINZ,
BES AN CON,
BAYONNE,
ST. DIZIER,
k CHALONS.
IffM MM
Taevery hiahest prize, TIIE CT.OSS
OF THE LEGION OF 1IONOS, was
conferred on the representative of the
G rover Baker Sewing .Machines, at llio
Exposition Uuiversalle, Pari?, 1867, tins
attesting their ereat siipcriurity over all
otuor Scwiiiz Muciiiaea.
& ft i k ii'i
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and Elasticity of SticL
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
JVff fastening of srms ty hand and no
watte of thread.
Tn range of application vithovl change
Ol adjustment.
The seam retains its branty and firmness
after washing and ironing.
B'-snfes Join? all kinds of work done hy
other S wing machines the Elastic S'itch
machine executes the most beautiful and
perm.ioent Embroidery and ornament
el work.
ALEX FINLET is the tieteral
A rent for the sale of the Gro-?r St Ba
ker Shuttle or Lockstitch Machine, and
the Elastic. Stitch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Connties of Morgan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, Muskingum
and Vinton, atd uas liis Traveling A
entall throngh these Counties. Per
sons' wishing a first-class Sewir.g Ma
chine, ju3t what is needed for family use,
should call on Mr. Finley or one of his
agents. U. B. VINCENT & BRO.
are his aeents in McConnelsville.
May 12tb, 1871 tf.
McCO-WELSVILLE
V. ROBERTSON,
IN". "WYCor. of Fxxb. Squ., IVTc Co tin els ville, O.,
Dealer in
DRUGS, 3IEDICI5ES, TltlE LEADS, WHIS, OILS, DYES & DYE STUFFS, PESFUi'ERl,
and
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
April 21, 1871 ly.
WORLEY ADAMS.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Gioceries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East
BOU NEW GOODS received reifu'arly.
PROD JCK in fX' liangc lor Goods.
JOT TU H32. ITJ Hra?"SCr EOS. 323.
II. 1$ UN 8 MO OR & SOFI,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCKXriCRK, to-wit: CllAlIW, TABI.KS. BUP.EAS, BEDSTEADS, &e., Ac,
Attluir SALE I.'OOJS in
icCOisrisrELsviiiT: vistd ArALi'A.
3. B. They employ r.one but first-class mechanics, and warrant all their work. Tneir
Platform is: "Good work, good ay and low prices I" April 21, 1S71 6m.
UNDERTAKERS!
R.D.-J0HM)N & CO.,
Xortli-Cast corner of Centre annTenn Streets.
Mct-OXXELS I 'ILL E, OHIO,
Keep conlnnt!y on hard a complete assortment of Coffins, lluriul Cases, &c., and have
in their eniplny llolx-rt A. Pinki-rtnn. who Kill muUe )!:s th par! mi nt ol business a spe
cial'", lu const-ction with the ir bn-.;n ?s t'"-v have fi'ii d np a first-c!as3
LIYICUY ESTAfiUSlMHNT,
And are prepared lo lurnith all patroa3 with' whatever they may want in their LINE.
May 12, i 871 -I J.
The ali & Door Factory,
McConnelsvide, Ohio,
Furnishes to order FLOOIilNC, WEATHER BOARDING, S'DING, CEILING
SASIJ. SHUTTERS, BLINDS & DOORS. BOX 4 COM-VOX WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTOXS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaialns &3Iatchin?, Scroll Sawing & Ripping Done to Order.
Oak, Toplar and Pine Lumber bought
April 21, 1871 ly
II. SPKKI3,
Dealer in ITats and Caps, on Center St., cast of Pub. Square, McConnelsville, O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of tha
Very Latest Styles of ITA.TS and CAPS !
SEW GOODS Received Willi Every Change in the Seasons !
EVERYTEIXC SOLD LOW FOR CASH! -a
The Ilighcst Cash Prices paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins !
April 2i,lS71-ly.
Grrcccry and Provision fetore !
D. & C. W. MUMMEYliave oa liana, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS.VOLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a Full Supply of All 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, 1S71 ly.
ilry Goods ! Dry Goods !
W. H. k C McCAHTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Xo'ioiHj Ladies' Dress Coods, Ladies' SIioc Etc(
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JcCon-
nelville, Ohio.
N. B. None but Ihe rery best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always bold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, lS'l-ly.
Hoots and Shoes!
T. C. V BATCH,
MANUFACTURER OF LOOTS AND SHOES, Odd Fellow Ecildinq,
On Last Street, JleConnelsctlle, Ohio.
Pootpand Shoes, for Ladiee, Gent", and Children, manuticturej to order on the short
est poib!e nolice. None but the nest of Slock worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSORTV ENTof Bvti and Shoes alcayt on band lor those who want to
buy ready-made work. COBBLING done neatly and warranted to give perfect
satUfidion. Give me a tall. T. C. VEATC11.
Jane 33'. b, 1ST 1.
II. Ii, il&ORRIS,
South sMo of Center St., three doors East of Public Square, ilcConnelsvlIle, O.,
DEALER IX
IIAFwDWAER, TINWARE, STOVES, STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
liY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, &c., ic.
N. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal satisfaction last season. A p. 21 '71-ly.
D. CHEADLE
CHANT TAIL!
mm
XcConnelsville, Ohio.
o
Aug. 4, lS7l-tf.
J3&xSZJmSL JO. 0.aT CtS GZZ JELS aSL'ST J
AMOS BSiAS,
North side of Center St., between East and Penn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Has AlTraya to Oflcr to Ills C iittoniers tlic Cest Qualities of
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. F!aur by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in Ihe market, always
on hand. Prices to suit the times. , (April 21, 1S71 ly.
JOHN "ALEXANDER,
We keep on Lands, and are constantly receiving '
LARGE STOCKS OF DHUOS AND MEDICINES!
We hiie, aUo, auexltusive liut of PA IN I S, D 1 fc Sl UFI'S, OILS and BRUSH
ES, all of which we cfltr to lie Public at the lowest market rates. Also,we invite
oar customers to cail and examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF WX-L PAPER !
Willed WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 2Sth, 1871 ly. JOHN ALEXANDER.
Rl'SIXESS CARDS.
compounded, and Paint mixed to order.
F. M.'KAHLEE.
and Centre Streets')
M 'CONN ELS VI LLE, Oil 10.
The highest prue paid for COUNTRY
4.'71. ly.
A. M. DcxsitooK.
and sold.
II. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
nrsiXESS cards.
May b fonrd at hiofiieeon
TEE SOtTM-TVEST COIWER
or TH
j?ublic Square
M'COHNELSYILLE, OHIO'
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
, II. Ij. true.
Physician & Surged,
IffCOSNELSYILLE, OHIO,
Treats all forms- of acute and uhronid
disease, on Dew and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICE: in Morris' New
Builriio?, on Center street, wbere he
will be found when not professionally engaga
cd. Feb. Sd,18:i.
James I&iley,
MAXCFAcrPKER OP
ter BOOTS AND. SHOES, 1DH
Opposite Miimiarj's Grocery
Store,
On Centre oi., McConndstiHe, O.
t?2z Special attention given to Cobb
lin;j. Tatronape solicited.
- GIVEJN TXP!
That RYl'S is the BEST
CO;:?I.S;ii. ever in ItftCOJVXELS-
He has cor.stnntly on hand a good assort
merit olKiue and Stogie Toots, of his own
manufacture, v. hich ha is offering at tha
lowest CASH rates. Give iiim a cail at hia
estaMUhnipnt on Xorth-west corner of Pub
lic square, MoConncUville, Ohio.
Sept.l6,lS70-ly.
J. T. CUEV7,
Attorney and Counsellor
AT LA.TST. ,
ZrcOXXELSYILLJf, OHIO.
.ITy-Office in the southeast cj;ner of Cora
liouse, scc'id llijor. AVill frcttee in th
comities ot iuoran, Athens, sVl Washing
ton. July 771.
I W 3IOORE,
.1 TTOP. XE T A XD CO UXSELL Oli;
AT LAW.
3" Will practice in the counties of Mor-
pan and Xoble.
OFFICE in the southeast corner of Court
House, McCnnnelsville, Ohio.
July 7, 1S71.
J- E. IIAXXA.
Ed. II. KEXXEDYs
IIANXA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW,
On Center Sireet, near tha Public Square,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
ST" Special attention given to Collec
tions: will practice in Morgan, Athens, Co
hie, Wa-hin-rton and Muskingum couutief,
Jan. 1, lSW tf.
AMERICAN. HOTEL,
Corner Market & 5ta Sireets,
WM. GETZ, Propeietob,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
Livery Stables attached to Hotel.
June 9, 1S71 tf.
TJIS SPIE.DID STiiLHER
CAHRIE 33HOOKS,
IIaiivet Darlinctox, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips he
tween Zanesville and Pittsburjr, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August 19th, I87D 3m.
AKT GALLERY.
TV, C TItCSIZE
asks the public to call and e-amino his
sprcimeu Photagraphs. Ferrofypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac, Jsn., which cannot ba
ui passed anywhere. Ho has perfected ar
rangements arherebr any one can be ac
comodated with the Quest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Sione'a
Building, Center Street, il'Ccnaeiaville,
Ohio.
April 23-ly
'NIK CALABAR OTiALNS
Arc a Decided Success !
TRULY tiieold mortar of "Bad Medi
cine'" is fceirg broken. Medicine mast be
iflVciun! ; but it iti no longer uecesatily
daiit'croiw, piinful or di?ffUiting. The re
markable Nerve tonic aperient assists the .
process of digestion, and is conducive of
the most perfect physical and menial condi
tion. They cure dy?porsia, beadaehe,
salIowc(si, biiionsuess and irregularities,
but their greatest success ia in acting as a
preventive of these di.-orders. If not found
at the nearest DrmrgisL", enclose fifty cts.
to Calabar Grain Co., Marietta, Ohio.
April 23th, 1871 2mo.
N0TI0W
AND
MILLINERY
STORE!
C L. I1AI.IL,
lVIioleSale and Retail
DEALEIt IS
gMILLlISEUY GOODS,
BECL STHEET,
MALTA, OHIO.
tf. BUSINESS PONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM Lga
Nov. 11 1870-tf.
BURRO UGH & CO.,
Whd'esVie and Retail Dealers ia aod mac
ofucturers of
2 TLAIN AND FANCY
WORK
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
AND
Guaranteed to Give FcrfecC
Satisfaction.
Bedsteads,
WINDSOU CHAIRS,
Parlor TTorK and Chamber
Setts,
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Rooms, Ifo. 70 JUain Street,
ZAXESYILLE, OHIO.
X. B. Ctih raid fcr laatoned lunlMr.

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