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M'CONN EL8VILL JE. OHIO :
FRIDAY, .... Sept. 1st, IHTi
THE
INDEPENDENT,
OSPB A. KLLY, DITOB ABO PKOPRKTO&.
tee :mts
THIS PAPER .
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, cash
to aaiaoce, i.vu
TO CLUBS.
To Clubs of five, or upward,
ach subscriber, $1.56
GRAND RALLY OF THE PROHIBITIONISTS
AT CHESTERFIELD.
Saturday Evening. September
2nd.
GIDEON T. STEWART, Pro
hibitioo Candidate for Governor,
Vill address the people at CHES-
TJUCFLKLD, Morgan County, Ohio,
on SATURDAY EVENING, Sep
tember 2nd, 1871, on the most vital
questions that are now agitating the
minds of the people questions arra-
lng from that great curee, the LIQ
UOR TRAFFIC. .EVERYBODY
is invited to attend, and all will be
amply repaid for the time spent.
TURN OUT AND HEAR SOME
THING NEW I something that is
of the most vital importance to ev
ery member ot society I All who
bare seen members of their own
family stricken down bv the Liauor
Tramc should be present I AH who
have seen their neighbors and
friends fall by the power of the
Dram Shop, should be present ! All
who are tired of paying burdensome
taxes, because of the Liquor Traffic,
should be present 1 All who are
interested in their own welfare, and
the welfare oi their fellow-men,
ebou.d be present I
By order of the Morgan County
.rroniDition
CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Aug. 25, 1871.
COUNTY CONVENTION OF
THE "NEW DEPARTURE"
DEMOCRACY OF MORGAN.
The "New Departure" Democra
cy of Morgan met to the Town Hall
of McConnelsviUe on last Saturday.
ur. jo tin s, Abbott
was chosen
Chairman, and F. W. Moore, Secre
xary.
At the start, they resolved to
adopt an anti-Democratio mode of
conducting the Convention some
thing after the old Know Nothing
style and excluded all who were
not delegates from the hall. In
fact, they resolved to make the ac
tion of the Convention, up to the
time of balloting for candidates.
tecrct. What was done during the
time that the doors were closed we
suppose will never be made known
to the people ot the County. The
supposition is, however, that they
bad a not time over the question
of resolutions, and as to whether or
not they should make any nomina
tions for Clerk of the Court and
for Auditor.
At 2 o clock, r. m., the public
were admitted, and the balloting
for candidates began, resulting in
the selection ot the following tick
et :
For Representative, Charles L,
Hall, of Malta; for Auditor, Thorn
as V. Chambers, of Bristol; for
Clerk of the Court, Samuel C. Mor
can. of Morgan; for Sheriff. Davis
D. Ecctt, of Union; for Commis
sioner, William X. Durbin. of
Bloom; for Infirmary Director.
James Gormley, of Windsor; for
Uoroner, K. J. U. baarp. of IJorgan
David H. liortley, of Morgan, was
the regnlarly nominated candidate
lor Clerk of the Court, but be ap
peanng m the Convention and pos
itively declining the nomination,
Eamuel C. Morgan was nominated
in his place by acclamation.
Strange to ay, the Convention
did not promulgate any resolutions
Other than one recognizing the
Democrat as its organ. We had
thought the "Departers" wouid
keep up the old Democratic forms,
even if they had deserted the prin
ciplea. Whi ever before heard of a
Democratic Convention that had
no principles to promulgate in res
olations? We suppose, however.
that this was One ot the results of
the tecret meeting, and that the
''Departers" thought as it was gen
erally known that they had desert-
ec all their former principles, it
was unnecessary for them to occupy
time in telling the people so in res
olutions. Fred. W. Mocre, James M. Gay
lord and Benj. F. Power tried to
infuse a little enthusiasm into the
Convention by speech-making, but
did not succeed very well,
Moore was disposed, as far as
words would do it, to annihilate
every Republican in the land, with
all their progeny. He 'seemed to
be full of indignation with the gods
seven, that they had permitted
these vile Republicans to live 60
fTT . .J.
long. wneugui out aiaut we
feel glad that we had never been a
LRfpiblicanl Didn't we feel sorry
for toe Kepublicans present When
aioores indignant eloquence fell
upon their ears I Oh. my I but
.heir feelings must hate been terri
ble I We would advise Moore, for
he soke of poor, frail humanity,
lo be more merciful the next time
be makes a speech. He should
save some regard for the great--reat-granafathers
of these Repub
Icans, or at least a little commis-
ration tor tneirgreat-great-grand.
pildren.
Gaylord's speech was after his
feual style, with no new ideas in it,
we may except bis arraigning
' the Republicans for not reducing
e assessment on the ref estate'
Ohio two hundred millions ot
kllars last Winter. This is a dodge
(xaylord s to appeal to whatev
there may be of avarice in- real
tate owners. Had the reduction
hen made, the tax would have
Jen heavier on the owners of per-
pal property and less on the own-
oi real estate. 2ow, should
at reduction have been made?
ery one knows that the real es-
l-a of the country does not pay its
-i proportion ot tbe taxes as the
liter stands to-day, and we ask if
would be just, fair and honora-
b to make the reduction and thus
d to tbe exoessivs burdens al-
Vtfy bvia iy TVs prrwul proy.
to
In
er
do
best
erry. A man to-day that baa ODO
thousand dollars invested in real
estate does not pay a tax on more .
than live dunarea aoiiars oi u; :
while a man that has a thousand
dollars invested in merchandise has
to tav taxes on the fall amount.
Would it b just, we ask, to decrease
the aesessea value ol the real es
tate, ard thus raise the rate of tax
ation on all property, and make
the owners of personal property
pay a still larger proportion ot tax
es than they now do ? If the "New
Departure" Democracy have nothx
ing better than such claims as this
to go before the people with, they
had better disorganize at once.
Power gave the "Deparlers'
some eood advice. He told them
that it they wahted to carry the
election, they would have to vote,
ahd would have to get all their
friends to vote with them. He
told them that the reason the old
Democratic party did not succeed
was because they did not vote andj
did not induce their friends to vote.
He thought the whole matter of
success laid in voting and in induc
ing others to vote with you. Pow
er is a man of great originality,
and he probably made the above
discovery after the exercise of a
great deal of thought.
The Convention of the "DeparU
ers was unusually small not
more than half the number of dele
rates called for being present. We
believe lb at there were eighty-two
delegates called for, and that there
were not more than forty, ,as near
as We could estimate, present. V
ry little enthusiasm pervaded the
Convention, and we noticed that
many who used to be always in at
tendance on Democratic County
Conventions were not pros
ent. Many who were there were
those who have become disgusted
with the Republican barty. Evi
dently. CTeat numbers of the old
Democrats of Morgan have conclud
that they can't act with the
"Departers."
it
BAN2LttU?;r SALE
T)V "V finnnQ
-'- VIWLO,
NOTIONS,
TABLE & POCKET CCTLERT,
SilTcr-pIattd Tare, it., le., It.
At the old 8. F. Williamson's Jewelry
Stand, McConnelsviUe, Ohio.
September 1st, 1871.
er
The District Court commences
next Monday.
Mr. Joseph Richardson and Miss
Mart Johnson, both of this place,
were married on last Sunday even
ing. Wx go to press curlier than usual
this week in order to attend the
Prohibition Senatorial Convention
lo be held in Marietta to-day, Fri
day.
Cyrus M. Roberts has purchased the
residehee of Moses McDaoiel for twen
ty-eight hundred dollars. Mr. M
Daniel will move to Oscaloosa, Iowa,
in is miter.
Notice. Our subscribers, who
get their papers by the Carrier
will oblidge by letting us know if
they do not receive the Independent
regularly.
Wit are in receipt of the "History of
the n ar between Uermany and
France," bv James D. McCabe, Jr.
I ha National Publishing Company, of
17s rS:m street, Cincinnati, Ohio, want
an agent in this County to sell the
work.
Don't fail to attend the FrohibU
tion Meeting at Chesterfield on
Saturday evening. Gideon T.
Stewart, Prohibition candidate for
Governor, will be the Speaker.
The recent rains have raised the
river sufficient to allow navigation
between here and Marietta to be
resumed. The Steamer "Best"
passed down the river on Tuesday,
ber regular day.
K. W. Cotton, and wife, left her
yesterday morning for Chicago.
wbere they will remain a week,
and from there they go to Bloom
mgton, McLain County, 111., wbere
B
f
they will sojourn for a couple of
weeks.
QCE8TI0N P0R THE DEMOCRAT.
If C. L. Hall should be elected Rep
resentative, would be be in favor ol
repealing any portion of tbe State
.Liquor laws 7 The Democrat will
oblige by gifing this question a
plain and unequivocal answer.
Change in Terms op Paper.
By noticing the standing notice of
terms of this paper, it will be seen
that we will hereafter char 'e two
dollars a yeai for the paper to sin
gle subscribers one dollar and a
half a year to clubs of five or up
wards. .
Slitbrt is probably doomed in Bra
zil. The emancipation bill is a promi
nent topic of discussion. It has already
passed to its second read ng in the
House of Deputies. ' The planters of
the two great slave departments, Rio
de Janeiro and Minos Geraes. are ef
fective in opposition. There is a
strong feeling acrainst Blayery, and
daily from various parts of the Empire,
there come expressions of anti-slavery
feeling. In a population of about
twelve millions, there are only 40,(H)0
slave-holders. The slate, in addition
Saturday, has thirty-five holidays a
year, and he may purchase his freedom
readily. The slave trade Was abolish
in 1854
Wi were out to John B. Farra's
farm on last Wednesday, and while
there toob: a look through tbe new
house he has erected this Summer.
point of mechanical skill display
ed, we doubt if there ever was a
house built in Morgan County
whereon more is apparent. The
stairway, which is just finished, the
work of Hiram McGrath. the builds
of the house, is deserving of ape
cial mention, had we space; and
the plastering, the work of J. A.
Mataon, cannot be better done. Per
sons contemplating building will
well to go out to Farra's and ex
amine Ins house, and there see tor
themselves the kind of work Mc
Grath, as a house carpenter, and
Matson, as a plasterer, are doing.
Mks. Stavtow, in a letter from Cali
fornia, say she Cods that many of the
minds is the Democratic party, in
accepting tbe fourteenth and fifteenth a
mendments, do ao with tbe most liberal and
legioal interpretation as st forth in But
ler's ssiaorlt report In tb8MWoodhull met
!.'
Camp Mistiso, ob the Jacob Muramey
inn, in aieigsviiie townsnip, in session.
.
..v-.6i.., i.. vumiuigo.v-
ere meet next Monday.
Tim were.fi ft j-five applicant! for cer
tificate to teach school before the Morgan
County Board of Examiners last Saturday.
Ma, Geoboi Maetm and Mas. Isabilla
GbaSaic were married-, at the residence of
the bride in this place, on Wednesday last,
by Ber. L. Med n ire.
GrDBOH T. Stewart, of Norwalk, Hu
ron County, wili lecture in thePiesby
terian Church of this place, on next
Sunday erening, at 7$ o'clock. Sub
ject: "Sunday and Temperance."
Spiritualism.
There will be a free lecture at the tfown
Hall, in MrOonnellvie,on Sunday, Sept.
10th, at 3 o'clock. P. M-, on the (acts and
phenomena of the Spiritual Philosophy, br
Dr. W. N. Hambleton. The Doctor will
exhibit a number of remarkable Spirit
pictures. The platform will be free, and
all inritedto attend.
WESTLAND FARMERS' CLUB.
Farmer's Club of Weslland met 'at its
rooms Saturday, Aug. 25, at 1 o'clock, P.
M., President Eallowell presiding. After
t be reading of the minutes of the previous
meeting, and the reading of an article in
tbe Okio'mFarwter, on the proper education of
Farmers and the honorable railing of till
ing the soil. The question brought up for
discussion was the proper ratio of lands to
be plowed to the amount under cultivation
The discussion Was opened by Secretary
Hallowell, in a few timely remarks; was
followed by E. Shields, who heldj by prop,
er rotation of crops and manure might till
two-thirds ; J. Mendenhall, thinks it won't
pay to plow more then one-third, unless it
is bottom land, keep the rest set in grass ;
John E. Strode took similar grounds ; W.C.
Strode agued we plowed to much to keep
our lands up; J. King, thinks one-third is
the proper ralid for profit and imorove-
mentofland; M. Bingman's theory is to
plow every third year, and sow to grass
W. T. Eennard thinks the less yon plow
the better for your land ; L. Eing thinks
best to turn your land upside down often,
sow to grass will enrich laster than to lay
in wire grass ; Taylor Strode thinks it best
for your ground to keep it in grass as much
possible, whenever a field beeins to
loose its grass plow and sow to grass again,
prefers clover for enriching the soil ; J.
Bingman thinks one-third about the prop
ratio too cultivate; John Hallowell
thinks it bad policy to plow our hills mub )
H. Einsey thinks it depends on the soil
and lay of ground, some soil soils will hold
grass for many years while other soils will
run out ic three years ; some lands may be
tilled for a succession of years and be en
riched. President Halloway made some
very pertinent remarks. The discussion
was kept up at random for a length of time
expressive of the view of the various
members. After some miscellaneous busi
ness the Club adjourned lo meet the last
Saturday of September, at 1 o'clock P. M.
J. H. KINSEY, Cor. Sec.
August, 26, 1871.
THE MARKETS.
M'CONNELSVILLE
RETAIL MARKET.
REPORTED THURSDAY, THE 31ST.
Flour per barrel, f 6 00
Beans, per bushel, 52 00 to 2 25
Butter, per pound, 15 to IS
Brooms, per dozen, f 2 00 to 2 25
Candles, pep pound, . 20
Star Candles, per pound, ' 25
COFFEE Choice Bio, per pound, 25
Fair Rio, do do
Good do do do
Laguayra, do do
Java, per pound, 25 to 28
Cheese, per pound, 15 to 18
E?gs, per dozen. 10 to 12 1-2
FlSUMackerel, per half-bbl. 6 00
Lake Herring, do do
Potomac do do do
GRAIN Whest, per Bushel,
Corn, do do
Oats, do do
Hav, per ton, $10 00 to 12 00
SYBUP N. Orleans, per gal.. l 00
Golden Syrup, do do 80 to SI
ACO.l Ham, per pound, 12 1-2 to 15
chides, do do 8 to 10
Shoulders, do do 7 to 9
Rice, per pound, 10 to 12
SUGAR Brown, per pound, 10 to 14
$2 25
$9l,0
11 00
65
28
do
White sugar,
Salt, per barrel.
TEA Y. Hyson, per lb,.
Black tea, do
Japan tea, do
TOBACCO-Black,
Bright tobacco.
Tallow, per pound.
otatoes, new, per bushel,
wool per pound.
do 15 to 17
SI 50 to 1 75
tl 00 to 1 50
1 00 to 1 20
Zl 20 to 1 50
65 to 75
80 to 9C
. 8
60
50
Cincinnati Live Market.
MONDAY EVENING, Aug. 28.
Beef Cattle. There has bten
a good demand from butchers, feed
ers and shippers most of tbe week,
and to-day about all wero sold ex
cept some inferior Texas and Cher
okee stock, and the market closed
firm. We quote shipping cattle at
54 50 to 4 75 ; extra beeves at 24-
00 to 4 25 ; medium, S3 25 to 3 75,
ana common, $2 in to 3 W per
cental, live weight.
Sheep, The supply has been
scarcely equal to the demand, and
the markc is quiet and firm, with
all sold. Common to prime sheep
seiiaitz ,o to4 uu percental and
lambs at ? 1 75 to 3 00 per bend.
, oos Have been in good dc
n.and all the week, and to-day with
a light nntiply t ie market was firm
with all selling at 54 50 to 4 80
gross for light to heavy averages.
New York Live Stock Market.
New Yoti, Aug. 28. Beep Cat
tle. the total receipts amount to
8.200 head for to-day. There were
143 cars at Cornmunipaw, 89 car?
at Weebawken and 83 at One Hun
dredth street, maKing 5.300 head on
the market. Many poor cattle suld
at the low rates of 7 to 9. Several
lots woulA not sell at all. Thiu to
fair Western steers went at 10 to
lOJc; prime at 11 to lljc, and a
few choice at 12c. Fat cattle are
not plenty. There were receipts
oi nearly 00 Texans for the week.
State stock begins to come forward.
The average price in the market is
about 10ic. Sales" were made of 8
cars Illinois, 7 cwt., 10 ti lie. : 9
cars Texans, 5J cwt., at 7c; 8 cars
Kentucky, 7 cwt., at 10 to lOJc:
oheep and IjAmbs. Receipts for
the week, 34,0? head, and 11,000
head for to-day, overstocking the
market and making the trade dull
and prices lower for thin stock.
Prime shei-p are still worth 5 to6c.
itn tat fa nibs at ec. and some
extras at 84c. Poor shecD sold at
4$c., and thin Iambs at 6c.
Hogs. Count 22.800 bead for
the week, and 8,600 head for to-day'.
The market is rather firm at 5i to
SJo. for Iivo and 6 to 7Jo for
BtJMlXCSS AOTICES.
Chains. We have just received
the finest lot of Chains ever brought
to this market, among which will
be found Opera Chains of the most
beautiful designs.
H. B. Vincent & Bro.
Rustic ITIndow Shades
Supplied to order, at Abair's Book
Store, of an improved style, and in ei
ther Green, Pearl, Brown, Buff, Blue,
or Oi'ed Walnut colors, and of any
width from 24 to 52 inches. They are,
also, made with plain and fancy Gilt
Bands, Frosted Borders, and S'ore
Shades with Frosted and Gilt Letters.
The celebrated Star Shirt manu
factured to fit, and the best made
shirt in tbe market, just received
at Sill's.
Wb intend offering, for the coming
weeks, to the people of McConneJs-
villeand Malta, GREAT BARGAINS
in Summer Dress Goods, Poplins, Piq
ues. Linens. Grenadines. Ac.
J.B. S TONE & CO.
A coon article . of Cigar Trimmincs,
at P. SWEENEY'S, next door to Post-1
office.
Scrap Iroiv. -The BROWN, MANLY
PLOW COMPANY will pny CAS for
Castor wrought bcrap iron at Malta,
unio. fitly tons wanted. .
Aug. 25-3w
"Reception and "Artists new
sryles of Collars, very nice, try a
box, at bill s.
Fans and Parasols cheaper than the
cheapest at etone s.
Home Akaln I
The undersigned would inform
his friends, and patrons particular
ly, and iho public generally, that
h is again in his office, on Center
Street, ready to render them any
service :n bis power in the Dental
Art. Dr. W. N. Hambleton.
McConnelsviUe, O., Aug. 25, 1871
2w.
A labok and complete stock of Fall and
Winter Goods of the very latest styles being
ouerea at uiarae; corner walker s.
The Don Pedro and tho Prince
Alexis Scarfs, latest fall fashions.
Call and see them at Sill's
T. V. cheadle has on band as
large a stock of Clothing, Cloths,
Cassimeres, 4c-, as ever was bro't
to this market, and he invites all lo
ca'.' and examine them. He guar
antoes a good and satisfactory '-fit"
to all that patronize him, and is
bound lo sell at the lowest cash
rates. Buy your clothing bcfoie
the price ot woolens advances.
MQb. A large and varied stock of No
tions and fancy Goods at btone s
A full line of ladies American
watches, Swifs watches, and the
most complete stock of ''Lady El
gin s at 11. B. Vincent & Bro.
Dry Goods and -Notion s m great
variety at Sill s
A f irt class article of Richmond
Tobacco at P. SWEENEY'S, next door
Post-olfice.
J. B. STONE keeps a full line of
real genuine Buffalo work for men wo
men and children, for which ha can
show the papers.
Aa immense stock of Cloths and Csssi
meres of the very latest and most attract
ive patterns just received. These Uoods
were selected bv Mr. Walker, whose large
experience amply qualifies him for making
tbe very best selections. Tncy nave . been
bought in New York for eatk drton and we
claim to be able to offer tbe very best in
ducements in style and price. Come and
see. CLARKE, CORNER A WALKER.
ii AS kits. .Baskets in every va
riety, Traveling, Market, Feed,
Corn, Dinner and Clothes baskets
Sill's.
Initial Paer!
A new supply of Ross Tist Initial
Papri just received at Adair's Book
atore this week.
Dick Knglk is to be at the MOR
GAN COUNTY FAIK with a full
Stock of
HARNESS. SADDLES, COLLARS,
UKlOljJtS, u 11 II S, &c, ic.
All of his own Manufacture, and all
of which will be for sale ai the
Lowest Cash Rates.
Mr. Engle has, for months past.
oecn visiting towns ol morgan, A
thens, - and Washington Counties,
and has alwavs been able to mak
large sales to the people in their re
speetive vicinities. He proposes to
have upwards of a thousand dollars
worth of stock to sell during the
holding of the Fair, and he asks all
in want of anything in his line to
wait until thai time to maSe their
purchases, as he feels confident that
can give them better satisfaction
they can get elsewhero.
r anct J3owb in Scotch plaids, a
right nice thing for Fall: at Sill's.
Tub best Stogies and Chewing To'
oaccoat tne sign oi Jin ikww
Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, larlatons, bwiss, Jaconets, Piq-
ues,ac., at stone s.
SEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS ! !
NEW GOOOJ" t! J
At Clarke, Corner A Walker's,
School Books I
And lots of them, received this week
at Adair s Book Store. 1 hey now have
their shelves filled with all the kinds
used in our Schools, and are ready to
waituoon pupils and their parents for
supplies, of all kinds, for the Schools
which commence on Monday next
Ladies and Gents Collars, Cuff,
Cuff Buttons and .Notions generally
at bill s:
JuT received, a full 6tock of
Boots, ShoeS, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
and Brogans, which will be
sold cheap at the cash store of
PEA1RS& WHITE.
Go and look
Goods ki Stone's.
Star Shirts, Cassimore shirts and
knit jackets, at Sill's.
udies suppers at a reduction at
btone s.
Just received, a fine lot ladies
Watches and Chaine, at H. B. Yin-
cent & Bro.
at the cheap' Dress
No
Pocket Hooks.
At Adair's Book Store, in great va
riety, hew stock received this week.
Also, a lot of handsome Mi.xiatcrk
Knives. Call and see thenr.
Zanesville Stocking yarns at
old prices in spite of the advance on
wool new yarn at that now is
tbe time to buy at Sill's.
Thb Olif-fashioned spun roll fbbacco'
at r. BIV1.L.MSI !), next door to Post
office. Thr only first-class line of Silks and
Alpaccas is at Stone's.
el
A
S'er
Slates! Slates!!
the
A wonderful supply of SLATES, of all
sizes, just received at Adair Book
Store this week.
and
Trunks any size at Sill's.
eCts
Thr best Navy. National Leaf ar
Fine Cut, good weight and good cmali-
COCHRAN'S.
Kiw stock of Boot and Bk it C!tr,
cwiwst wamrr.
are
GROTER Sl BAKER.
I
t
1,11
s
SEW
MACHINES
Were awarded the highest Premium? at
the State Fairs of
.New York,
Vermont,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania
Ohio,
Indiana,
Michigan,
Wisconsin,
and Iowa.
Kentucky,
Tennessee,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Mississippi
Virginia,
.North Carolinia,
California,
and Oregon.
First Prizes
Have also been award, d thr,- m
at the exhibition of
LOXDOif,
PARIS,
DUBLIN,
LINZ,
BESANCON,
BAYONNE,
ST. DIZIEK,
k CHALONS.
MM? MM
Tbe'very hiebest nrt. THE CROSS
OF THE LKGION OF HOXOS, was
conierreu on tae representative ot tb
(i rover A Baker Sewing Machines, at tbe
Exposition Universale, Peris, 1667, thus
aliening their great superiority over all
oiner sowing Machine.
Hit i t $ i
POLNT8 OF EXCELLENCE:
Beauty and Elasticity of Stick,
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
fastening of scans ly hand and no
toasts of thread.
Wide range of application vithovt change
oi adjustment.
The seam retains Its beauty p;T Srmww
aner washing and irom.tf
Besides doiDe all kinds of work d me by
other Sow in; mecbinesthe F.lasiic S'itcb
machiue execnttg tbe most "beautilul and
permanent Embroidery and ornament
work.-
ALEX FINtET is tne General
rent for tbe sale of toe GFrovei k Ba
ributtle or LocS Stitch Machine, and
Elaetie Stitch, or Two SdooI Ma
chine, in tbe Connties of Morran, Ath
en. Hocking, Washington,- Maskingnni
Vinton, atd has his Traveling Kt-
all tbrooKb these Counties. Per
wishing a first-class Sewitg Ma
chine, just what is needed for family use,
should call on Mr. Finlev or ona nf bis
agents. H. B. VINCENT A BRO.
his stents in McCoDMlrviU-.
May rzw; rvn "tf. .
ai
est
A
on
on
ES,
onr
McCOA.bMklLLU Ul'MA fcVS C4KI.
V. ROBERTSON,
!N". "W. Cor. of 3Pub. Sqti., Vl!cConneIsville, O.,
Dealer in
DRUGS, UEDICIXES, PURE LEADS, PAINTS, OILS, DIES & DIE STUFFS, PERFC2ERI,
and
fST- Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April Jl, 1871 ly.
WORLEY ADAMS.
F. M. HAULER.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Gioccries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
Wu NEW GOODS received regularly. The highest prke paid for COUNTRY
PROD JCE in exchange lor Goods. May 4,'"1. ly,
MISL DCNBHOOB. A. M. CcRSltOOB.
11. DUNS MO OR. & S Oi,
Seep on hand a very large Stock of
FURXITURF, to-wit: CHAIRS, TABLES, BUREAS, BEDSTEADS, ic, Ac,
At their SALE EOOJ1S in
!T. B. They employ none but first-class mechanics, and warrant all their work. Their
Platform is : "Good work, good T nd low prices I" April 21, 1871 Am.
UNDERTAKERS!
It. D. J0HWS0N & CO-,
Xorth-Easl corner of Centre andrPenn Streets.
McCOSSELSVILLE, OHIO,
Kerp constantly on band a complete assortment of Coffius, Buiial C-iae, ic, and have
intbeir employ Robert A. Pinkerton, who will make this department ol business a spe
cially. Id connection with their bu-onees, they Lave fitted op a first-class
LIVERY ESTABLISlLUiSN T,
And1 are prepared to furnish all patrons with whatever they may want in their LINE.
May 12, 1871 ly.
The &ash & Door Factory,
McConnelsviUe, Ohio,
Furnishfs o order FLOORING, WEATHER EOARDIXG, 8'DIXG, CEILING
8AS1I, SHUTTERS, BLINDS DOORS. POX k COMAfON WIS
DOW FRAME, BRACKETS, BVITONS AND
MOULDING". ALSO,
Plaining & Matt-hlng-, Scroll Sawing & Sipping Done to Order.
pV" Oalc, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21. 1871 ly H. M. WELLS, Superintendent
'If. 8 PENCE,
Dealer in Hats and Caps on Center St., east of Pub. Square, McConnelsviUe, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
ery Latest Styles of ET-ATS and UAJPS.!
HETY GOODS Received vTHh Every Change In th Seasons:
3- EYERYTIIIXS SOLD 10W FOR CASH ! -a
tr The Highest CA Prices paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins !
April 21, 1871 -ly.
Grocery and Provision Store !
I). & W. MUMMEY have on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, AOL ASSES, AND GROCEEIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a Full Supply of All Kinds of Provisions In tali Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the dav. None hut the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
rlour sold by tne sacK at tne lowest rates. April il, lail ly
Dry Goods ! Iry Gloods !
W, H. & C. McCARTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notion Ladies' Dress Goods Ladies' Shoes Ete
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, 2cCon-
neisvuie, unio.
N. B. Xone but the very best quality of poods of any kind ever kept and
n ( t 3 avjit. a . .ut? ivnwvi vmu an. ijAum jicju uwuo uiBUD a oiiiVi
ALT X". JApril21, 1871-ly.
Hoots and Shoes!
T. C. VEATCH,
MANUFACTURE!! OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Odd Fbllow Eoildino
On Jiast btreit, McConnelsviUe, Ohio.
Boots and Shoes, for La J i en, Gents, and Children, mannlaetutd to order on the sborN
possible notice. None but tbe oet of Slock worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
GOOD ASSORTMENT of Boots and Shoes alv.ayi on band lor those wbo want to
buy ready-made work. t&. COBBLING dons ntatly and warranted to give perfect
satiataelioo. uive me a calL T. v. v LATCH.
Jane SOth, 1871.
Jfatftoe, Jjqtoe, globes, fobe Irifc)hincj5. &c.
12. Li MORRIS,
South side of Center St, three doors East of Public Square, lfcConnelsvllle, 0.,
DtALKR IH
HARD WAKE, TINWARE, STOVES. STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
RY, .NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, 4c, 4c.
iS. B. Ajrent for the sale of the "Acme jlower & Keaper. an improvement
tne "iiimax, wnicn gave universal satisfaction last season. I Ap. 21 71-ly
D. CHEADLE,
CHANT TAILO
!3kXcConneTsvilles Ohio.
Aug. 4, 1871 tf.
MEM
AHIGS BRADY,
North side of Center St., between East and Penn Sts., McConnelsviUe, Ohio,
nas Always to OCer to Ilia Customers tbe Best qualities of
Jitf, Beffecs, Stigtfs, classes, Sbefrgtyhg
usuauy xouna in a nrst-eiass l amity Urocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds f provisions, m the market, always
hand. Prices to suit th times. I April 21, 187 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
3ranlEtJCGSS-Jlf3'tH7e,
We keep on hands, and are constantly receiving
AUGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We ba also, auexteuaive line of PAIN IS. DYE STUFFS. OILS and BRtTAH.
all of which we offer to the Public at- the lowest market rates. Also, we invite
customers io can ana examine onr large ana wen selected
STOCK OF WVLL PAPER!
WHICH WE ABE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
Aprd 8ub, WTl 1?. OHN ALRXANDBB.
'I
at
to
P
OF
R
Sale
lilSI.ESS CARUs.
W. XL KELLY, HI. D
Maybe found at bis office on
THE SOUTH-W EST CORXEXt
or TBB
Public Square
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
EC, L. TRUE,
Physician & Surgeon,
M'CONNELSYILLE, OHIO,
Treats all lorms of acute and chrooio
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICE: in Morris' New
Building, oo Center street, where he
will be found when not professionally togaga
ed. Feb. 3d, 1871.
James fliley,
MAXUFAcrtTKSR or
BOOTS AND SHOES. -Si
Opposite JWommey's Grocery
Store,
On Centre St., McConnelsviUe, O.
t& Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
GIVEN TJTPI
That JOTIX RTAT is the BEST
COBBLER ever in McCO.H.ELJ5-
YIL.L.E.
He has constantly on hand a good assort
me nt ofFine and Stof ie Boots, of his own
mannfactnrv, which ha is offering at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lic square, McConnelsviUe, Ohio.
ttept. IB, 1S7D-IJ.
J. T. CREW,
Attorney and Counsellor
AT tiA.W.
M'COXXELSYTLLE, OHIO,
Office in the southeast corner of Court
House, second floor. Will practice in th
counties ot Morgan, Athens, and Washing-
ion. UUIV 771.
F. YT. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AND CO V2JSELL OS
AT LAW .
r Will practice in the counties of Sfor-
OFFICE in the southeast corner of Court
House, McConnelaville, Ohio.
July 7, 1B71.
E. HANXA. Ed. M. KENNEDY
HANNA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'SANO COUNSELLORS
AT LAW.
On Center Street, near the Fublie Square,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
Special attention given to Collec
tions; will practice in Morgan, Athens, So
ble, Washington and Muskingum counties.
Jan. i, tail c.
AMERICAN: HOTEL,
Corner Market & 5th Streets
"WJI. GETZ, Proprietor,
ZANESVILLE, OHI&
'fe. Liverv Stables attached to Hotel.-te
June,lS71 tf.
TUB SPLEIDlfl STMEB
oakhie brooks,
IIabvet DABLntoTOJr, Captain,
Will make Tegnlar weekly trips be
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg, aa
follows: . Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
6 o'clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
ART GALLERY.
W. C. TKESIZE
asks the public to call and examine his
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Ara
brotypes, Gems, Ac., Ac, which cannot b
surpassed anywhere. He has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler 8hop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, U'ConnelsvUle,
Ohio.
April 23ly.
UECALABAKUKAilNS
Are a Decided Success t
TRULY the old mortar of "Bad Medi
cine" is being broken. Medicine most be
effectual; but it is no longer necessarily
daDireroas, painful or disgusting. The re
markable Nerve tooie aperient assists the
process of digestion, and 'is conducive of
most perfect physical and mental rendi
tions. They cure dyppepsia, headache,
sallowness, biiiousoess and irregularities,
their greatest so -cess is in actio? as a
preventive of these disorders. If not found
tbe nearest Drnegists, enclose fifty eta,
Calabar Grains Co., M arietta, Ohio.
April 28'b, 1871 2-ne.
K0TI0N
AND
MILLINERI"
STORE!
Ci; Ii. HALL,
tftaaleSale and Retail
TIALER IN
re7 D'nra cu m eai
AXD '
6 ELI. STREET,
MALTA, OHIO.
5U 3USLN1SS3 DONE ON A
"STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM La
Nov. 11 1870-tf.
BURRO UGH & CO.,
Whalesle and Retail Dealers in and mac-
ofacturers of
PLAIN AND FANCY
WORK
ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
AHD
Crcaranteed to Glre Perfect
Satisfaction.
e ds teads,
WINDSOR CHAIRS,
Parlor Work and Chamber
Setts,
To Bait Purchasers.
Jtooms, No. 70 Main Street,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
Vt m. fmA patf t i

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