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IQStrS A. KKLLT, EDITOR AXU PBOfKlKTOB.
SICONNELSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDiT Sept. Slh. IST1.
T E U JSX S
One copy, one year, cash
In advance, S2.00
To CI aba of five, or upward,
each subscriber, $1.30
No change in the home markets
line last week.
Ws gee by posters that 'he "'Hoe
Law" is to be enforced after the 1st of
Chribtopkcr Fox is the happy father
of a pair of twins born yesterday
B. F. Powta has purchased the
Phiiip Btrahl residence, just below
this place, for l,oS0.
The Sherman meeting at Bever
ly last week is . acknowledged to
Lave been a failure.
' Robert Conn, aged upward of
sixty years, died at his home near
Hackney, this County, ou Wednes
day of last wetk. .
James Betnolds, of Malta, has
' purchased two town lots, owned by
the Catholic Church, of this place, for
four hundred dollar.
Dr. John Ewino started on an
other trip to Havre de Grace, M J.,
to see. his lather who the telegraph
says cannot live but a short time.
Bit. Reesi Williams, of Salem, this
rotate,- will preach in the Universa ift
Church of this place on next f-abbath,
morning and evening.
Malta nau another runaway on
Wednesday. A team of William
Shepard's, of Bishopvide, done the t-
siness this tise. Tne Hagon was al
most totally destroyed. .
Tic M. E. Camp Meeting, in Meigs-
Tllle township, closed its servict-s on
W ednesday. On Sunday last an im
mense crowd of people were in attend
ance. Elder McGuire tells us that the
meeting was a veiy successful one.
The appointment of Kv. C. V.
Courtright at the Cros Roads Pres
byterian Church, for the first Sab
bath of October iiext, is changed to
the third Sabbath of this month, at
o'clock, V. M.
District Court is in session here
Judges White, of the Supreme
Court, Miller, of ,Sienbenille,
Granger, of Zanesvilie, and. Wood,
of this place, composing the Court.
It is probable that the O K. liase
Ball Club, of Zanesvilie, will come
here some time next week and pluy
the deciding game between them
and Hickory Juniors of this place.
J. D. Caldwell, Auditor of Mus
kingum County, and Republican
Candidate for re-election, whs ser
iously injured by being thrown
from a bugtry in Zanevillo last
Saturday. He has einco died from
G. T. Stkwabt's lecture in the Pres
byterian Church on "Sunday and
Temperance," on last .Sabbath evening,
was well spoken of by everyone who
" heard it. Although the M. E. Camp
'Sleeting drew heavily from those who
would hare attended, yet the Church
was filled almost to the extent of its
ability to seat comfortably.
The Novelties, of this place, who
bare bad an idea they were about
the third-best club in the &iate,
went to Chesterfield last Saturday
and got warmed beautifully by the
.Scrubs of that place. The aeore
stood 37 for the Scrubs to 36 for the
Novelties. The Novelties wil'
challenge the Chesterfield club for
Aaturday of next week.
LIGHTING SHORTHAND WRITING.
JJew System. 150 words per min
ute learned in a month. Send
stamp for circular. J. WADE,
Havlsou City, New Jersey.
Twenty-second Ohio State
Wear in receipt of a circular
from the Ohio Board of Airiieul
ture, stating that the Fair will be
held at Springfield this year, com
mencing on the 25lh of this month
and closing on the 29th. Entries
mar be made tip to the 26th. The
C. & M., Hocking Val.ey and Mus
kingam Valley railroads will carry
passengers at half fare, and freights
will be carried free on the C. & H..
and at half rates on the others.
Lost—A Note of $192,38.
The undersigned has lest a note
Of S192 33 from Barkus Ho ward
to Dr. Augustus Cark, of Beverly
and assigned over 10 bearer The
note was due last December. All
persons are cautioned against pur
chaeir.g said note. A liberal re
ward will be paid anyone whe will
leave it at the Independent office, or
return it to me.
A. H. HAMMOND.
2fcCbnEelaville, O., Sept. 8, 71
The Board of Directors of the
Morgan County Agricultural (Soei
ety will tieet at the Mayor's Office
" in McUODcelsville, Ohio,
Agricultural Notice. On Friday, September 15, 1871.
At ten o'clock A. M., for the traos
action of business pertaining to the
coming Fair of the Society. As
ibis wiil be the lust meeting of the
Board prior to the holding of the
r air, it ;s desirous that every mem
ber be in attendance.
JOHN S ADAIR, Sec'y.
MORGAN COUNTY FAIR!
September 27, 28 and 29, 1871.
The Entry Books of the .Society
are now open, and it is urged upon
all who intend being exhibitors at
that time, to make their Entries
prior to the week oi the Fair. All
animals and articles must be on the
Grounds by 9 o'clock, A. M., of the
second day of the Fair. Especial
attention is called to the fact that
all Entries will close ou the first
day (27th) of the Fair, and no en
tries will be made on the morning
of the second day as heretofore
This change has become necessary
in order that Committees may bare
more time for making their exam
By order of the Board,
JOHN S. ADAIR, fec'y.
Prohibition Senatorial Convention
Prohibition Senatorial Convention of the 14th District.
Convened at the Court House in
Marietta, at 3 c'clock, P. st., Fri
day, Sept 1ft, 1871.
J. T. Hart, of Jlarraar, chosen
Cliulrnn.n- Joaenh A Kolltr f
On motion of J D. Mans, of Ches-
temeu, iiuam renrose, or Wes-
ley townxhip, Washington County,
was nominated lor Senator by ac
clamation. Mr. Penrose bein2 called for, ad
dressed the Convention in a short
speech, placing himself fairly and
squarely before the people on the
platlorm of the .Rational Toniui
Arza Alverinan, of McCoimels-
ville, and candidate for Clerk of ;
Supreme Court on the Prohibi-
uon stale uckui, oeingcaneu upon,
made a lew remarks.
vii iiioiioii oi Ajri. a wuiniiiisiiniu,
n( in . V ..
of Belpre, the National Prohibition
platform was endorsed ae the plat-
-j, v.i mo w..., .uu
parv oi me !oiuuie inereoi.
J. T. HART, Chairman,
Joseph A. Ivellt, Secretary.
Washington County Prohibition
Fu reuant to call, the Prohibition
ists of Washington County met in
Convention in the Court House in
Marietta, on Friday. Sept 1st, 1871.
at 1 o'clock' P M
E. E. Cuniiinirham was
Chuiriuati, and J. P. Hulbert, Secre
tary. On motion Justus Alderman,
f Bflpre, J T. H.irt, of Harmar.
Dr. McEihany, of Jfewpori, were
appointed by the Chairman n Com
mittee ti report a Central Commit
tee for the ensuing year. .
The Convention then proceeded
to tho bumness of nominations, se
lecting le foilawina ticket:
L. L. Fat, of L-iwrence.
E F. Smith, of D. eatnr.
For CieiK of Court,
S. C. II Smith, of Belpre.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
James Ross, of Wesley.
For Cominicsioner, Long Term,
James Kino, of Wenley.
For Commissioner, Slicrt Term,
John Potter, of Bulpre.
For Infirmary Director,
Enoch Dte. of Lawrence.
Charles E. Gabd of Barlow.
Committee on Central Commit
tee mado the following report,
which was received and adopted
by the Convention :
James King, of Wesley; C. F. Bu-
ell, of Marietta; J. T. Hart, of H:ir-
mar; C. S. Thornley, of Little Uns
Eingum; and A. Allen, of Law
The following resolutions were
Eetolved, lsi, That the voluntary
manutar.ture, Sale or use of intoxi
cating liquors as a beverage is a
high crime against God and man.
Resolved, 2nd, That as a party
we wi'l use every legitimate mean,
moral, socinf and political, f.r the
extirpation of this unnatural and
Resolved, di d, I hat we sincerely
sympathize with all organizations
and persons truly aud earnestly at
work in suppressing the evil of in
temperance, and will in every suit
able way co-operate with them.
Resolved, 4th, That we earnestly
urge our people to vote for no cat
didate for office who does not prac
tically favor the radical temper
Resolved, 5lh. That we will nse
every proper means la onr power
to secure tho prompt aud faithful
execution of the temperance laws
On motion, it was resolv
ed that the Secretary furnish a
copy of the minutes ol the Conven.
tion to the Prohibition Era, South'
.Eastern Independent, and to each of
the Washington County papers,
On motion, the Convention aJjonrn
ed. tine die.
E. E. CUNNINGHAM, Chairman.
J. P. Hclbert, Secretary.
Doings of the County Commissioners.
The ('ommissio' ers of Morgan Coun
ty met on Monday last, and transacted
bu-im ss as follows :
Made qu .rtorly settlement and ex
amination f accounts with Treasurer,
and found a balance of $13,671,16 m
the Treasury. Saniur-1" It. Ynrum pre
sented his official iwnid foi the r per
perfi rm tnci-of h's duties durirg his
second term as County J reasurer,
which was approved and received.
Selah Part, William Strode, and
Ji.sper Dougherty, with Arthur Pond
as tsurveyor, were appointed vieweis
on theJ.C. M Bark burst alteration
of road in Marion township
Eli Shields' petition for bridge across
Wolf ' reek was laid over for future
J. C. Murduck's petivon for bridge
across Jimmv's Fork was laid over for
A portion ofthej. M. Bishon altera
tion of road in Homer township was
The above is all that is recorded of
the action of the Commissioners at
this writing Thursday morning,
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
MONDAY EVE., Sept 4.
Beef Cattle. The market has
been Meady tor fine Slate cattle,
but many Texns and Cherokee,
poor in qualitr, have been offi ie l.
and are slow of sale at S1752 25
cental, gross. Good butchers'
stock is firm, and all were sold at
close. We quote shipping cat
tle at Si 50&4 75 : extra beeves at
004 25 ; medium, S3 253 75.
and common, 5- 75(gd OU percental
Sheep. The supply is short of
the demand, and the' market :s
quiet and firm at 2 504 00 per
cental for common to prime sheep,
and $1 C53 00 for lambs.
lioos. There has beon a fair de
mand from butchers, with most of
the sales at $4 404 75 gross, but
the market closes dull, and they
would not bring these figures.
Tbere will be a free lecture at the Town
Hall, in MrConnellaville.on Sunday, Sept.
10th, at S o'clock. P. M., on the itcts and
phenomena of the Spiritual Philosophy, by
VV. N. Hainbleton. The Doctor will
exhibit a number of remarkable Spirit
pictures. The platform will be fre e, and
invited to attead.
Resolutions of Cincinnati Conference
of the M. E. Church
on observance of the
Sabbath, Passed on the 4th
sixty-one thousand houses of relig
the ,ou8 worship; the weekly offices of
The following is the report o: tno
r .1 1 nl l..i
Sabbath, which was adopted by tho"
Cincinnati Conference, the publica-
ijon 0i which in the Cincinnati pa -
pers was especially requested :
'Rt'solved, That' the Sabbath is
enforced upm the conscience by the
Hittl only of God, and commended
to the affections by the lovo and
Ei,)rv f the Resurrection
-'Resolved. That the Sabbath
tho center and support ol tho prin
pal agencies of moral instruction,
and with it will stand or fall sav
an equal number of rocognized re
litrious teachers, who
ffn -Iw nl It.
.. .. , . . .
aiimu ale tnoutrni and restrain vice
fcy the sublitaest motives known to
Biankind , eight-tenths of the high-
cr icBiuuiiuiis oi icuruiii, nuicn
are sustained by the munmence ofi
Chi istian patronage; the weekly
unj Sunday school issues: the
gratuitious and ia valuable lnstroc
tions of nine hundred and seventy
thousand Sabbath school teachers ;
the weekly training and careful re
ligious education of 6.000,000 of
Sabbath' school scholars ; the con-
Manl c:rcuaiion w iwer. mi. nons
. - f . -ii-
ot volumes ot aannatn ecnool nooks;
Ihe largest and purest circulating
library on the giore; ana tne repose.
. , i .
order, praycrlii nes and pions con-
selirgs of four million Christian
"Resolved. That exoerienee has
stamped the BaDOatll Willi ini-om-
nutable valuo as a civil institution.
and installed it forever as a fit sub
. . ..... - i
ject tor the recognition and safe
guaidso'law. "K ' S vcd, That it is the poor
man's refuge from the .exactions
of avarice and the oppressions of
capital ; his day of rest and peace,
and free flowing afT- etion, and
Lome's delightful i iterchanges ; his
day lor clcaclineti, and thought,
and aspiration ; a day when the din
of the shop and roar of tho street
give place to sweet Snbham bells
and the Bongs his children sings ;
a day when the law should neither
permit him to be forced to toil nor
templed to dissipation.
'Retolved, That the world will
uot- reverence the Subbalh till the
Church evinces an enlightened ven
erutioii for its sanctity and a gen
uine delight in its scrvi'-es. The
world will not keep the Sibbnth
Iron) polluting it until the church,
with unbroken front, shows how to
"Resolved, That the church must
have clean hands and a stainless
record in this thing ; for Christ's
e-ike her member nmsn't encourage
Sabbath breaking at tho camp
meetings by opening the whistling
trams and rolling carriages; by
aulhoi izing soda, cigars, candy,
iruit and dagucrrean stands wiihin
tne law protected limits, and at
their homes by inviting the rattlo
of ihnSuiid iy milk and ice wagons,
tbe sliri;l cry of the Suinlrty news
boy and the down lighting of tho
Sunday newspaper at their doors;
by (Sunday visiting and (Sunday
riding to the cemetery under pious,
but misconceived, pretenses ; by a
style of dress and equipage calcula
ted to leave the impression that wo
go to the sanctuary to show our
finery; by doorstep visiting on
S'aboath evening, instead of going
to God's house of prayer ; by strol
ling about the parks and fields; by
avoidable (Sunday riding in the
street cars; by making the (Sab
bath a day of greedy feasting and
need'.cEs sleeping ; by suffering their
children to run the streets, ii. stead
of taking them to the bouse of the
Lord, as they pledged themselves
to do when they consecrated them
to God in baptism ; and in a word,
by indulging in any'.bing grcss,
puerile, or out of keeping with the
spirit and design of tho di:y which
God made a sign 'of covenant be
twceji llim and His people forever.
"Resolved, Tiiat whero there is no
sacred .S'.ibbulh there is no living
(!lii'isiisitiit.e . iiml Ihorfi the riril
ViMi;iUl lnevl,abj faU j,0
disuse and' contempt, and ponce,
espionage, and the confessional
uurp the place of conscience, pow
er, and Curistian morality.
'Resolv 'd. That we will hereafter
fully and faithfully bring the Sib
batli, w In its uses, abuses, and d. s
ccr;ilioiis before the minds of our
congregations, and will unite with
hem it nd all other good citizens in
ev.-ry just effort to enforce the laws
f I lie civil (S.ibbAth, while we hal
1 w the holy day in our own bear's
Bristol Township Bible Society.
There will be a meeting of the
Briwiol Township Bible Society at
the Bristol Pies! ytcrian Caurch, on
S.-iturdav, S.-p e iiber 16, at 21
o chick, a. it. All Incndly to the
cau-e are urged to be present
Bring your ba-!ets Of provisions
and have a good social time. Min
isters, laboring wiiliio tin. bounds
of the lownsnip. are expected to b-i
present and take part in the 'ad
dreses and other exercises of tho
occasion. W e seek to arouso a
greater m'.erest in the Bible work
or the Christian people. Come to
the meet.ng, friends of the Bible,
friends of God, true friends of bu
inanity ! Time and place of regu
lar meeting will be announced at
C. W. COURTRIGHT, Presi
dent Bristol Tp. Bible Society.
Sam tel Smilet, Secretary.
By Rev. C. W. Courtright, at the res
idence of Capt. Geo. Henderson, on
Tuesday evening, September 5th. 1871,
Mr. John 11. F. Browning and Miss
Margaret E. Fouts, both of Morgan Co.,
On the 31st of August, 1871, by
Rev. J. M. Woodward, Mk. George
Lee and Miss Mart A. Ligner,
both of Morgan County, Ohio.
By Rev. C. . Courtright, on the
31st of August, IS I, at tho resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr.
Isom Finley, of New StrAitsville,
Perry County, Ohio, aud Misa Jen
nie Balding, of Morganville, Mor
gan County, Ohio. (
dxsiaess SOT ICES.
j RgnjACEn" measure, the best thing
out. Cull aud see it t T. D. Cheadle'f.
good l'i is week.
jj g Y1NC8 NT k BBO.
BI Tr i v i m uJ
Pf'dof K001 ,No- 1 N VJ lobacco
Of Ivopt Tablet', Fabri t's and Boqukt
LAD PtXClLS, RCHBEB Pi KHOI.DERS, I-
dki.iblk Pencils, Cedas Pikroldkhs,
Checkers, Chess Boards Chalk (.'bat
ons, and many other GO ods, received
this week at ADAIR'S B ook Store.
Wc intend offering, fol the coming
weeks, to the people o f McConnels
ville and Malta, GREA1 ' BARGAINS
in Summer Dress Goods, Poplins, Piq
ues, Linens, Grenadines, Ac.
J. B. ST ONE & CO.
a labgi and complete k of Fallsnd
J'WinterGoo.U of the very Ia et (tyles being
crp Irow. -The BRO" WN, MANLY
t T iir pAim a x-tt :n n i' ii f
J .UJl''l will p &y D n I Or
;Castor V rought Scrap I ran at Malta,
r:r. . j
Au 25 3w
Fas and rarasols chel iper tban tne
cheapest at Mone s
offered at Clarke, Corner k Walker's.
A large and variei 1 stock of No
tions and Fancy Goods a t Stone's.
Rkadt-xade clothing, o f his own man
a lactate, well cat and tru 3 Died, at Chea
d'e's, , . ;
J. B. STONE keeps . full line of
real genuine Buffalo worl K for men wo-
men and children, for hich
show the papers.
An immense stock of do th and Caui-
ive patterns jut received . Tbese Guods ,
wrlteleciej oy Mr. w.n er, whm l.rge
experimce amply qualifies' him for making
tbe vwry bet selections. T hey hT been
1"rJt i"f5 "" ."'J -we
lalBitii t. It . I I Innllarin m vnn tu..t in-
ducements in style aud pr ice. Coinc and
e- CLAKKE, uoU A WALKER.
Bishop fawns, Victory i Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, swiss, ' Jaconets, Piq
ues, Ac, atMone s.
KUW GOODS ! S
AETI GOODS III
. At CUrke, Con er A Walker's.
Oca Lisuirs Watches S lid Chains aie
very uiucb admired, l b ie withiog to
pmciisMS would do w!l to ctll soon
tbey can then have abirge slock from
which t select.
II. B.V1XCUNT k BRO.
Old fasiuoked spu n-roll tobacco,
a goid article, at f. iSweeney'a
Kvebt kir.d of noois frc in Cjlionads Uf
to the tin. si Clelbi at T. 1. CbeauV.
Ladies and Gents Collars, Cuffs,
Cutf Buttons and .Notions generally
Just received, a full stock of
Boots, Shoes, falters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogaus, which will be
so d cheap at tho cash store of
PEAlKS & WHITE.
Co and look at the cheap Dress
Goods at Stone's.
Star Sains, Casstmere shirts and
knit jackets, at Sill'.
Ladhs' Slippers at a reduction at
Zakesvillb Stocking yarns at
old prices iu spite of tho advance on
wool dew yarn at that now is
the time to buy at SiJl's.
Thk only first-class line of Silks and
Alpaccas is at fctouc s.
S'w Supply '
Of Stationery, Gold Tapes, Saippiso
Tags, Time Books, Books ir Engraved
Dbafts, Ac., Ac., received at ADAll'.'rf
Book Store this week.
Kv stock of Boots aud Shoes at Clarke,
Corner A Walker's.
T. 1). Ciikadlb is selling goods low. re
gardless id the advance iu wool. His
ods were bought before the advance. He
b.ts tie lurest stock Le baa bad lor
yeis. Call and see 1
Silver and Silver-nlsttd ware of e'
gant Gnirh, at 11. B. Vinctut & Bro's.
The best assortment of smoking
aro chewing tobacco always on
hand at P. Sweeney's.
Checkers and Chess Hoards,
Of various styles, received at Adaib'b
Book 5 tore within a few days.
Dice K.nole is to be at the MOR
GAN COUNTY FA IK with a lull
Harness, Saddles, Collars, Bri
dles, Whips, &c , &.c,
All of his own Manufacture, and all
of which will be 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 able to make
large sales to the people in their re
ppeeiive vicinities. Ho 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
wail until that time to mate their
purchases, as he feels confident that
he can give them belter satisfaction
than they can get elsewhere.
.Methodist Hymn nooks
Of all sizes and styles, received at A
daik's Hook Store this week. They,
also, have a full line of Hymn Books of
Beavebs MpI'oih, CMnehilies, Ac. for
overcoat, at T I. Cbead e?.
Fancy" Bows in Scotch plaids, a
right nice thing for Fall,' at Si I's.
K&,The best R AZORS are sold at
ajjaik Hook Store, ihey keep a
large stock and only first clan Goods.
Baskets. Baskets in every va
riety, Traveling. Market, Feed,
Com. Dinner and Clothes baskets
.It is no trouble for TTall Pa
pr customers to be sailed in theRtock
styles, and prices, at ADAIR"" Book
Store. 1 hey have the largest and most I
varied stock ever opened here, and
trim Paper for their customers fbke of
TriK Don Pedro and tho Prince
Alexis Scarfs, latest fall fashions.
Call and see them at Sill's
Elegant Picture Frames
At ADAIR'S Bookstore, of various
sizes, and at low prices.
"Reception" and "Artists" new
styles of Collars, very nice, try a
box, at Sill's.
In large supply, and of all kinds used
in the various Schools, now at Adair's
Book St'Te. Their stock is very large,
and they aim to have everything re
quired by town and country Schools.
Drt Goods and Notions in great
variety at Sill's.
New nooks '
Received at ADAIR'S Book Store
this week. A'so, a great variety of oth
er Goods belonging to their branch of
business. Go and see for vourselves.
The celebrated Star Shirt manu
factured to fit, and the best made,
shirt in the market, iust received
Cam. (plain and fancy ) Jeans and Tweeds
GROVER a, BAKER.
81 fl .Ml
were awarded the biir-et Premium at
. the State Fairs of
1 New Jersey,
Have a'so been awarded these Macbirifs
at the exliibiiious of
? f f M MM
Thev-ry biglest prose. THE CROSS
OP THE LWilON OF Ho.VK, was
cotilrrrt-tl u t&e reprt-venlanve (if the
laiuvet & Biker Si-wing Machine, at the
Kxilti.n Cuivenalk-, Pari.., IB6". Ihns
atioimg ilKir great inferiority over all
inner a.'wiug lUcbiuet.
h -i i i I i k i
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and Elasticity of Stick.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Ao fattening of team ly hand and no
waste of thread.
Wide range of application without changi
Tbe seam retains its brau'y and firmness
after washing and ironing.
Besides doiog all kinds of work dne by
oilier Sowing oiachiors the F.lailic S'itcb
macbiue ezecairs the most brauiiluland
(enmoint Embroidery aud ornoment
ALEX FINLEY is the General
pen l for the sale of tbe Graver Jc Ba
ker r-hallle or Lockstitch Machine, sod
Ihe Elastie SMicb. or Two Spool Ma
chine, in tbe Copnties of Murpan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, .Va-kiDgnm
aud Vinion. acd has his Traveliug Ag
ents all ihroneb these Counties. Per-1
tons', aisbinr a first-class Scwir.g Ms
chiue. jnst what is needed for family use,
should call on Mr Finley or one of bis
agents. H. B. VINCKNT & BRO.
are his agents in McConoeliville.
May 12th, 1871- tf,
IST. W. Cor. of Pub. Squ., McConnelsville, O.,
DBUCS, I EUICI5M, FIRE LEADS, MISTS, OILS, DIES k DTE STIFFS, PERFl'SERl,
f" Phyticians' Prescriptions carefully
April 21, 1S71 It.
Dry Goods, (Jioceries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East
NKW GOODS received regoVIv.
PHODJCK in rzrliange lorUooils.
lint. Dcssaooa. . A. M. Dussaooa.
II. !iUiriIOOIt & SON,
Keep on band a very large Stock of
FUBXITDRK, to-it : CHAIRS, TaBLI-S. BCRKAS, BEDSTEADS.Ac. 4c,
At their SAI.K UO'-'iVS in
McCOlSTNELSVIITi: VTD MALT.
K. B. Tbey employ rone but first-elau niechanirf, and warraLt all their work. Tneir
Platform is : Good work, good ay aud low prices I" April 21, lt.71 iu.
UNDER T'A KERS!
R. D. JOIliNSON & CO.,
ffortli.East corner T Centre andTfnn Street!.
Keep cnn.tantly on hand complete asurl menl of t,'. ffi . Itunul l.' isr, Jtc., ai.d have
in their employ Robert A. Pinkrriun. b will mnk'' ibis Mmr'in nt nt luiuiRa -e-
cianv. in connection with llinr Im-in-t-s tliey Imv fi-ied up a firt.u!a?a
IJVKKY KSI ABUSHMKN P,
And are prepand to furaisb all patrons with whatever tbey may want in ibeir LINE.
May 12, 1871 Ij.
The Sash & Door Factory,
Furnishes to oider Fl.OORINO, WKATIIKR BOARPfXG, S'DINO, CEILING
SASH. SHUT! ERS. BLINDS A DOORS. BOX A COMJOX WIN
DOW FRAME. IiRAtKE'rf, IMTI0N3 AND
Plalnluff &.3IatchIneT, Scroll Sawlugi Ripping Done fo Order.
p9" Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21, 1871 Iy 11. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
Dealer in Hats and Caps on Center St.,
has on bands, at all times, the
Very Latest Styles of
NEW GOODS Receives! With
S&- EYEBYTIMG SOLD
SSf The Highest Cash Prices paid for
Grocery and Provision Store !
i). & ('. W. MUIMMEY
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS lOLASSKS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
Keep a Full Supply ol All Kinds
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of th best quality.
Flour sold by the sack at the lowest rates. April 21. 1871 -ly.
Dry Goods !
W. 11. & C, McCAUTY,
Xtioint Ladies' Dress Ceod Ladies' Shoe Elei(
nthe North side of Center Street, two
N. B. None but the very best quality
always sold at the lowest of cash prices.
Boots and Shoes!
T. C. V
MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SIIOES, Odd Feliow Bcildixo,
On Last Street, McConnelsvdle, Ohio.
Uootfand Shoes, fur Iidies, GnN and Cti
possible notice. None hut the r-e-t of
GOOD AS'ORI ' EM of B xitand S'i.h alv.aya on hnil lor those wi.o wan) to
buy readj-mude work. tr9k COBBLING dune ueatly aaj w r.-n;e- to eive nerfe I
stifictioo. . Give nie a call.
Juue 30th, 1871.
I. Ii. UK
South side of Center S-t , three doors East
IIAKDWAKE, TINWATiE. STOVES.
liY, JSAILS, GLASS,
X. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jlower A Reaper." an improvement
the "Climax,' which gave universal
T. D. CHI
Aug. 4, lS71-tf.
North side of Center St., between East
las Always to uuer ia ills c
1 1 r
usually iuuuu in a nrst -
Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, always
d. Trices to suit the times. LApril 21, 1871 y.
Vfe keep on hands, and
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES'
We luve, aUn, an extensive lintol Id. UYh 81 UrFa, OILS and BHU'lU
all of which we offr to tbe Public at the lowest market rales. Also, we invite
customers to call and examine our large and well selected
STOCK OF VjMLJj PAPER !
. WHICH WE ARB SELLIXG EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
Afril 29th, 1871 ly. JOU.N ALEXANDER..
compounded, and Paint mixed to order.
F. M. HAULER.
and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELS VILLE, Oil 10.
The hiirheat nri. e" uaid for COUNTRY
I May 4,'T1. It.
east of Tub Square, Mconnelsville.O ,
most complete assortment of tbe
ET.A-TS and VAJPS I
Every Change In the Seasons !
LOW FOR CASH !
Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skins I
have on hand, at all times,
of Provisions In this Market.
all hours of the day. None but the
Dry floods !
Dealers in Dry Goods,
doors East of Fublic Square, JeCon-
of poods of any kind ever kept and
Ladies' Dress Uonds made a ,srCI-
April 21. loil-ly.
l.irt-n, ra unit ic'u-td o order on th shorN
S'ck wnrieJ, and a S alwny euoranii'ed.
T. C VEA I CU.
of 1'ublic Square, ifcCoanelsvllle, 0.,
STOVE TlUMMlNGS, CUTLE-
Tl.OWS, Ac, ie.
satisfaction last season. I A p. il'71-ly.
and Penn Sts., VcConnelsvilIe, Ohio,
uslemers tlie Cest Qualities or
. i v. ., W
ciasg family urocery.
are constantly receiving
W . R. KELLaY, M. D.
May be fonnd at biaoffieeoo
THE SOUTH-WEST CORXER
At all times, when not absent oa Profeas-
II. T,. TRUE.
Physician & Surgeon,
Treats all trnn of acme and cbronio
disease, on new and improvfl principles.
Calls prompily attenoVd to. and charge
reasonable. OFFICE : ui Morris' New
Buiidio?. on Center street, where b
will be fouuj when uot proreronally enitsg.
ed. f Feb. 3d, 1871.
MA-urAi rrais or
r SOOTS AND SUOES.
Opposite Jflnmmey'a Grocery
On Centre St., Mct'onnelsville, O.
IU Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
That JOICV UY4X is the BEST
He has constantly on hand a good assort.
nientofFin and 8toirie Boots, of bia a
manufacture, which he oTericc at th
lowest CAS1I rates. Give him a call at his
establishment a North-west corner of fab
lie square, MrCounelsville, Ohio.
J. T. CREW,
Attorney and Counsellor
M COXSELSYILLE, OHIO.
-S0flCce in the south.att corner of Coar
House, second floor. Will practice in the
counties ol Morgan, Athena, and Washing
ton. July 7,71.
F. W. 31 CORE,
f9r Will practice In the counties of Mor
gan and Noble
OFFICE in tbe nontheaft corner ofCoirt
House, MrConnelkVille, Ohio.
July 7, 1871.
J E. HANXA. En. M. KEX5 EOT.
II ANN A & KENNEDY.
On Center Street, near the Public Square,
M'CONNELS VILLE, OIIIO.
pS Special attention given to Collec
tions; will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
ble, Washington and Muakingum counties.
Jan. 1, 1671 tf.
Corner .Market K &ln Streets,
WM. GETZ, TBOrRiETOB,
Z AXES VILLE, OHIO.
. Livery Stables attached to Hotel. "Vat
June. 1871 tf.
TflS SPLESDIfl iUmi
Harvey Darusgton, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be.
tween Zanesvilie and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesvilie at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg ou Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August IDth, 1370 3m.
W, C. TRES1ZE
asks the pahlio to call and examia his
specimen Pbotsgrapbs, Eerrotypes, Am
brctypes, Gms, Ac, Ac, which cannot b
sui passed anywhere. He has perfected ai
laugcnienta thereby any one can be ac
coinodated with the Quest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. . Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, il'CouaeUyiile,
Are a Decided Success I
TRULY .eo!d mortar of "Bad Medi
cine" is beii g V.,ken. Medicine most be
iffjetual ; but it no longer nscessaiily
dauiferous, piioful or Aissanting. The re
markable Atrve touic apvient assists tba
process of digestion, and H conducive of
the most perfect physical and meval condi
tions. They cure dyrpepsia, iiedocbe,
sallownrss, biiionsness and irresalarV-Us,
but their greatest success if in acting as
preventive of these di-ordrrs. If not found
ihe nearest Orueirists, enelose fifty eta.
Calabar Grain" (Jo.. Marietta, Ohio.
April 2Jib, 1871 2m.
. Ij. II ALL,
"HlioIeSale and Retail
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STWIC ' LY CASH
Nov. 11 1S70 tf.
BUKROUGH & CO.,
Wlid!eI and Retail Dealers ia and BUi.
TLAIN AND FANCT
"w o n k
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
Guaranteed to Give Perfect
Parlor Work and Chamber
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Rooms, Ko. 70 21ain Street.
X. B. Cash paid for senuosd loM