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THE INDEPENDENT.
JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
il'CONWSLSVILLfi, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . . .!Sept. 13fh,lS71.
TERMS
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, cash
In advance, $2.00
to Clubs.
To Clubs ol fire, or upward,
each subscriber, . S 1.50
Mains has gone Republican by
an lncroased majority.
California lias changed front
politically gone Republican.
Hit. L. MeGciait will preach in the M. E.
Church on nexv 8 jnday, morning and eve
ning. The Premium List of. the Agri
cultural Society lessens our news
end local matter this week.
Jlbe l.epubhcan meeting, on
Tuesday, was well attended about
two thousand people were present,
OVER one hundred and twenty
entries have been made already
with the Secretary of tho Morgan
County Agricultural Society.
TKEMIUM LIST. As this
will bo the last publication of the
Premium List this Fall, we advise
all to save their papers this week
for reference.
The EepublicaiiB of Alnskingum
and Perry have nominated John T.
Shryock, of the Zaneville Advocate,
for the State Senate.
Tbb tale of the Eastern Ohio Railroad
Baa been confirmed, aa all have been aware
for aome time, and the confirmation has
been sustained by the recent Dietr ct
court. James A. McConnel and . M.
Etanbery are ont now holding Railroad
Meetings in Muskingum. Guernsey and
Harrison connties. Subscribe liberally
and yon wilj get a railroad now.
William Penrose the candidate
of the Prohibitionists in this Sena
torial District, is a young gentle
man of good talents, though of mod
est and retireing habits. When
called upon to make a speech after
bis nomination, though considera
bly demoralized at erst, he 6oon
recovered hfs self-possession, hnd
made a few brief but sound and
sensible remarks, he is worthy of
the warmest support of every Pro
lnbitionist to the District. Mariet
tian.
Gideon T. Stewart, the candidate
for Govenor of the Prohibitionists,
addressed a fair audience at the
Court House, on Friday evening, of
last week. He spoke troui o until
10 o clock, and enchained the in
t crest of his hearers to a remark
able degree. His facts were start
ling and his arguments strong and
logical. His indictments of the
whisky traffic was eloquent, thrill
mg. The address produced a deep
impression. On Friday morning,
thero was not probably a Frolubi
tion voter iu Marietta, now there
are not less than 25 or 30, which
number may possibly be doubled by
election day. Mancthan, ath inst.
Spiritualism.
Those who heard Dr. YF. N.
Hambleton at tho Towu Hall, on
last Sunday, expatiate on tht above
topic, will bear in mind that he
proposes continuing the invosiiga
tion on next bundny, at the same
Tlaco. at 3 o'cIock, P. AI., and on
Sunday, Sept. 24th, at 2 o'clock
P. II., he proposes lecturing on th
same subject at irennsTille.
Lost—A Note of $192 38.
The undersigned has lest a note
cf S192 38 from Jiarkus Hayward
to Dr. Augustus Clurk, of Beverly,
and assigned over to bearer. The
note was due last December. All
persons are cautioned against pur
ch&sir.g said note. . liberal re
ward will be paid anyone who will
leave it at the Independent office, or
return it to me.
A. B. HAMMOND.
McConnelsville, O., Sept. 8, '71—
2w.
Agricultural Notice.
The Board of Directors of the
Morgan County Agricultural Son
ety will meet at the Mayor's Office
in McUonnclsvule, Ohio,
On Friday, September 15, 1871
At ten o'clock A. M., for the trans
action of business pertaining to the
coming Fair of the Society. As
this will be tho last meeting of the
Board prior to the holding of the
I air, itis desirous that every mem
bcr be in attendance.
-in
JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y.
MARRIED.
At the residence of the. bride's
grand-patents, Mr and Mrs. George
Brawnell, Malta, by iiev. U. Coop
er on the 13th of September, 1 871,
Mr. Jesse IL Foulke. Esq., and
Mips Annie Erownell, both of
Malta.
asols this week come sad gat one
cheap at Stone's.
Tkukkb any size at Sill's.
Call and Ret a new eoit of "Kbse" at
T. D. Cheadle's.
jgyThe handsomest patterns of
WALL PAP Eli are now at Adair's
Book Store, and selling at low prices.
r&J5hawls and Skirts at Stone's.
Z-Go to ADAIE'S Book Store
for WALL " PAPEE, WINDOW
SHADES, WINDOW FIXTURES,
CUETALN and PICTURE COED,
TASSELS, &.C. They haye a large
and desirable stock which tbey are
selling at low figures.
Wg are going to clear out onr
FAMILY BIBLES!!
The cheapest and best FAMILY
BIBLES are sold at ADAIR'S Book
Store. No person should purchase
these Goods of agents traveling over
the country without first examining
the stock at the Book Store, as this
firm can sell Family Bibles at a much
less price than agents dare sell them.
Go and see for yourselves.
As immense stock of Cloths and Cassi
tneres of the rery latett and most attract
ive patterns just received.- These Goods
were selected by Mr. Walker, whose large
experience amply qualifies him for making
the very best selections. Tbey hare been
bought in New York for cash dawn and we
claim tt be able to offer the very best in
ducements in style and price. Come and
see, CLARKE, CORNER WALKER.
j-Tho cheapest WALL PAPEE
is sold at Adaib's Book Store.
Ill SIX ESS SOTK ES.
Kkd Jacket" measure, the best thing
out Call and see it at T. V. L'beadle s.
W will receive another fiae lot of
goods this week.
11. B. VINCENT & BUO
SIYTT-FIVE CENTS will buy a
pound of good No. 1 Navy Tobacco
at P. Sweeney s
Kew StocK
Of Ivory Tablet?, Fabkr's and Boourt
Lrad Pencils, Rubber Penholders, Ix-
drublb pencils, ukdar pssholdkfs,
Checkers, Chess Boards, Chalk Cray
ons, and many other Goods, received
this week at ADAIR'S Book Store.
Ws intend offering, for the coming
weeks, to the people of M"cConnls
ville and Malta, GREAT BARGAINS
in Summer Dress Goods, Poplins, Piq
ues, Linens, Grenadines, fcc.
J. B. STONE.
Scrap Trov. -The BROWN, MANLY
PLOW COMPANY will pty CASK for
Castor Wrought Scrap Iron at Malta,
Ohio. Fifty tens wanted.
Aug. 25 3w j
Faks and Parasols cheaper than the
cheapest at Etone's.
A lakoi and complete stock of Fall and J
W inter tfoorts of the very latest styles Deing
offered at Clarke, Corner W alker's.
t A large and varied stock of No
tions and fancy Goods at atone s
Readt-hade clothing, of his own man
ufacture, well cut and trimmed, at Chea
die's.
-The finest stock of WALL
PAPEE is kept at Adair's Book
Store in immense variety
Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, Piq
ues, Ac, at stone s.
SEW GOOD!!
Stff GOODS ! !
KEW GOODS I! !
At Clarke, Corner A Walker's
Lo(s of Sew Goods
To be received at ADAIE'S Book
Store next woek. Their fall trade
has opened up quite briskly, and
tbey are making frequent purchases
to meet the increased Jemand. A
nything in the Boos and Station'
ert line can be purchased of this
firm to better advantage than else-
where in this locality.
Old FAsrtioxED spun-roll tobacco,
a gocd article, at P. Sweeney s
Kvkry kicd of goods from CottoDsde up
to the finest Clothi at T. V. Ubeadie s
Ladies and Gents Collars, Cuffs,
Culf Buttons and Notions generally
at SiU'f
Jcst received, a full 6tock of
Boots. Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogans, which will be
sold cheap at the cash store of
PEA1ES& WHITE.
Go and look at the cheap Dress
Goods at fetone s. .
Star Shirts, Cassimcre eliirts and
knit jackets, at Sill's.
3rThe largest stock of WALL
PAPER is to bo eeen at ADAIE'S
Book Store, and of elegant styles.
Ladies Slippers at a reduction at
Stone's.
Zanesvills Stocking yarns at
old prices in spite of the advance on
wool new yarn at that now is
the time to buy at Sill's.
The only first-class line of Silks and
Alpaccas is at fctone's.
Sew Supply
Of Stationery, Gold Paper, SHirnsc
Tags, Time Books, Books of Engraved
Drafts, &c, &c, received at ADAIR'S
Book Store this week.
New stock of Boots and Shoes at Clarke,
Corner 4c Walker's.
T. D. Chradle is sdlinjj goods low. res
gardless ol the advance io wool. His
gi ods were bought before the advance, lie
bag tie largest stock be baa bad lor
years. Call and sea 1
Silver and Silver-plated ware, of ele
gant finish, at II. B. Vincent & Bro's.
The best assortment of smoking
ana chewing tobacco always on
hand at P. Sweeney's.
XSJ"A11 kinds of School Books,
Slates, Pens, Ink, Lead Pencils,
sc, of the best quality, constantly
kept for sale at ADAIE'S Book
Store, at the lowest prices.
Dick Engle if,to be at the 310E
GAN COUNTY FA1E with a full
Stock of
Harness, Saddles, Collars, H: I-slles,
TCIiIps, &vc , &c.,
and prices, at ADAIR'S Book
All of his own Manufacture, and all
of which will be for sale at the
Lowest Cash Eates.
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
spective vicinities, lie proposes to
have upwards of a thousand dollars
worth of stock to sell during the
holding of the Fair, and he asks all
want of anything in his line to
wait until that time to maire their
purchases, as he feels confident that
he can give them better satisfaction
than they can get elsewhere.
jpS-The greatest variety of pat-
torns of WALL PAPEE are to be
found at ADAIE'S Book Store.
Beavers, Melton?, Chinchillas, 4c, for
overcoats, at T. D. Cheadle.
Fancy Bows in Scotch plaids, a
right nice thing for Fall, at Sill's.
BThe best RAZORS are sold at
ADAIR'S Book Store. They keep a
large stock and only first class Goods.
Baskets. Baskets in every va
riety, Traveling, Market, Feed,
Corn, Dinner and Clothes baskets
at Sill's.
BIt is no trouble for TTall Pa
per customers to be suited in the stock
Store. They have the largest and most
varied stock ever opened here, and
trim Paper for their customers free of
chakhe.
The Don Pedro and tho Prince
Alexis Scarfs, latest fall fashions.
Call and 6ee them at Sill's:
Elegant Plctnre Frames
At ADAIR S Bookstore, of various
sizes, and at low prices.
"Exception" and "Artists" new
styles of Collars, very nice, try a
dox, at Bill s.
WS'Blanh Deeds, Mortgages, Quit
Claim Deeds. Justices' and Constables
Blanks, of the most approved form.
constantly kept at ADAIE'S Book
ODore in good buddIv.
Drt Goons and Notions in crcat
variety at Sill's.
Kft,The best quality of WALL
PAPER is sold at Adair's Book
Store, and trimmed free of charge.
The celebrated Star Shirt mann.
facturod to fit, and the best made
shirt in the market, jast received
c:ii-
nil oi; a.
Cass, (plain and fancy) Jeans an J Tweeds
at Cheadk-s.
GROI EII & BIKER.
WIN
MACHINES
Were awarded the liieliest Premiums at
the State Fairs of
New York,
Vermont,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania,
Ohio,
Indiana,
Michigan,
Wisconsin,
and Iowa.
Kenluc'.y,
Tennessee,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Virginia,
North Carolinin,
California,
and Oregon.
Fi rs t Prise s
Have also been awarded these Machines
at the exhibitions of
LONDON,
PARIS,
DUBLIN,
LINZ,
BESANCON,
BAYONNE,
ST. DIZIEE,
& CnALONS.
p f p ? l 9 p
TheVry highest prize, THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OP 110N0S, was
conferred on the representative of the
G rover & Baker Sewing Machines, at tbe
Exposition Universale, Paris, 1867, thns
attesting their great superiority over all
other Sewing M achines.
k k k k $ k
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Beauty and Elasticity of Slick.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
JVo fastening cf seams ly hand and no
waste of thread.
Wide range of application without cliange
of adjustment
Tbe seam retains its beanty end firmness
after washing and ironing.
Br sides doing all kinds of work done by
other Sewing machines tbe Elastic Stitcb
machine executes the most beantilaland
permanent Embroidery and ornament
cl work.
ALEX FINLET is the General
Agent for tbe sale of the Grover & Ba
ker Kbottle or Lockstitch Machine, and
tbe Elastie Stitch, or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Connties of Morgan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, Muskingum
and Vinton, and has bia Traveling Am
enta all through these Connties. Per
sons wishing a first-class Sewing Ma
chine, jast what is needed for family use,
should call on Mr. Finley or one of his
gents. H. B. VINCENT & BRO.
are his scents in McCocnelsville.
May 12th, I871-tf.
M CCO X X ELS VI LLfc Ut'SLVLSS CARWS.
C. ROBERTSON,
N". "W. Cor. of Pub.Squ., 3Jc Conn els viUe, O.,
Dealer in
B11CGS, MEDinXESPl'RE IEADS, PAIHS, MIS. DYES DTE STUFFS, rEEFUIERT,
and
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April 21, 18(1 ly.
WO R LEY ADAMS.
F. M. HAULER.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OIIIO.
NEW GOODS received regu'arly. The highest prue paid for COUNTRY
t'liou JUft in ezenange loruoods. 11 ay 4, 1. ly.
illEL Uussxoor. A. JI. Dcxsmoob.
H. DM'SHOOB & SON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FCENITUIttf, to-wit rCUAlRts, TABLES, BUREAS, BEDSTEADS, &c, 4c,
At their SALK BOO.VS in
McCONNELSVILLE JLZsTD MALTA.
H. B. They employ rone bnt first-class mechanics, and warrant all t!ie:r work. Their
Platform is : "Good work, good iy and low prices I" April 21, 1ST1 firo.
UNDERTAKERS!
B.D. JOHNSON & CO.,
Xortli-East corner or Centre and Pcnn Streets,
McCONNELSVILLE, OHIO,
Keep constantly on band a complete assortment of CcHiua, tSurial Cases, &c, and have
in their employ Robert A. Pinkerton. who will make this department ol business a spe
cialty. In conneclii-n with their bn-inc-?s, they have fitted op a first-class
LIVKKY ESTABLlSHAllSiN'r,
A nd are prepared in lurnii-h all pa'.rous with whatever they may want in their LINE.
May 12, 1371 ly.
The asli & Ooor Factory,
McConnelsvi'le, Ohio,
Fnmishfs to order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, SIDING, CEILING
SAS1I, snUTTKRS, BLINDS 4 DOORS, BOX 4 COM ION WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaining & Matching, Scroll Sawing & Ripping Bone to Order.
Onk, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought and sold
April 21, 1871-ly
II. M. WELLS, St'peri,itcndat.
M. g FENCE,
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St., east of Pub. Square, ircConnelsville.O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Hatest Styles of HATS and GAPS !
SEW GOODS Received VTItii Every Cliange in tuo Seasons t
tSf EVERTTIIISC EGLD LOW FCS CASH! -3
JE" The Highest Cash Prices paid for Ilink, Skunk, and Coon Skius I
April 2i,lS71-ly.
Qrocery and Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUMMEYhave on band, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFKE, SUGARS, Jb'OLASSKS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a full Snpply ol All Kinds cf Provisions In Ibis Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the day. None but tho
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality.
Hour sold by the sack at the lowest rates. (April 21, Ibil ly.
Dry Goods ! Sry doods !
W, II. & C, McCAUTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Xeon Ladies' Press Coods Ladies' Shoes Lie
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of TuMic Square, JcCon-
neisviue, uuio.
N. B. None but the very best quality of roods of anv kind ever kept nnd
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Dresa Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApril 21, 1S71 ly.
15 o o t s a ii dJM hoes!
. T. C." YK AT CH,
MANUFACTUREU OP BOOTS AND SHOES, OddFbllow Ecildixo,
On East Slrect, McConnetsvitle, Ohio.
Boots and Shoes." for Ladies, Gent?, and Cnildren, mannlactnrcd to order on the short
est popible notice. None but the nest of Slock worked, and a fit always guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Bonis nd Shoes alv.ays on hand lor those who want to
buy ready-made work. tc-X-COBULING done neatly and warranted to cive perfect
sitisfnction. Give me"a call. T. 0. VEATCII.
June 30th,"lS71.
South side of Center St, three doors East of Public Square, JcConnelsvllle, 0.,
dkaler ix
HAKDWAEE, TIN WAKE, STOVES, STOVE TK1JIMINGS, CUTLE-
nx, iiailo, ujl(A6s, rj.una, no., ac.
N. B. Agent for the sale of tho "Acme Jower & Reaper," an improvement
n the "Climax," which gave universal satisfaction last season. Ap. 21 '71-1 y.
HEADLE
chant f mm
McConnelsville, Ohio.
o
Aug. 4, 1871-?tf.
AMOS BEADf,
North side of Center St., between East and Penn Sis., McConnelsville, Ohio,
lias Always to Ofier'to.His Customers the Best Qualities of
Iejtf, Coffees, Stis1, Tjjoicses, IbdJjiiig
usually found ma first-class Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, in the market, alwavs
on hand. Prices to Buit the times. April 2.1, 1871 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
We keep onbands. and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
We have, also, an extensive line of FAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS and BlUISH
E3, all of which we offer to tbe Public at tbe lowest market rates. Also, we invite
onr customers to call and examine car targe acu wen seiwtea
STOCK OF WVLL PAPER!
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 28th, 1S71 iyJ " JOHN ALEXANDES.
ii.5i:.i;s.s c aud.
May bo found at his office on
THE SOUTH-ryCST CORSEIi
OF TB
IPublic Square
M 'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
XT T. T'TJTTTTl
Physician Si burgeon,
M'CDNkELSYILLe. chid,
Trpata nil fnrmq rtf nrtitt and chronic
disease, ou new and improved principles.
Cal'9 promptly attended to, and charges
reasonable. OFFH7E : in Ifnrria Xpw
L'liMin?, on Center street, where he
will be found when not proVp-ionaiiy engag
ed. Feb. 3d, 1871.
James Ittiiey,
mascfaw rmfB op
EST BOOTS AXD, SHOES, -s
Opposite 32ti!tTMcy-,H Grocery
Store,
0 Centre McVtmnclsrille, O.
Special attention given to Cobb
liti". Patronage solicited.
' lun
GIVEN TJI!
That JCII? Rl'AX is tho CKST
COi: tlLCll ever in HicCO.'SSKZ.S-
i i-i. a;.
lie has constmtly on hand a good assort
me nt ol'Fiuo and Stogie Coots, of Ins own
manufacture, which he is offering at the
lie snuarc, McConnetsville, Ohio.
sept. IB, I8.u-iy.
J. T. CREW,
Attorney and Counsellor
-A.T
21'COXXELSTTLLE, OHIO.
,T?Oilice in the southeast corner of Court
House, second floor. Will practice in the
counties ol Morgan, Athens, and Washing
ton. July 7,T1.
r. Y. ?xooi:e,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW.
SJ Will practice in the counties of ilor-
can rnd Noble.
OFFICE in tho sonthcar.t corner of Court
House, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7, 1871.
J- E. HAXXA. Ed. M. KENNEDY
IIANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'SAN COUNIELLOSS
A.T LAW,
Oa Center Street, near the Public Square,
ii'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
fZS" Special attention given to Collec
tions: will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
bio, Washington and Muskingum couuticj
Jan. 1, isn tf.
AMERICAN. HOTEL,
Corner Market & 5;ii Streets,
Vril. GETZ, raoriUETOR,
Z.VNESVILLE, OHIO.
tr.i. Liverv Stables attached to Holcl."C
June 9, lSri tf.
Til2 SPLEJUID SrEASEH
CRURIS BROOKS,
Hartet Dabltxgtox, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be.
tweeu Z.inesville and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
en Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg ou Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August ICth, 1S73 3m.
ART GALLEKY.
W. C. TKESIZE
asks the Tinblic to call and examine his
specimen Thotagrnphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, ic, 4c, which cannot ba
surpassed anywhere, lie has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
ami pictures of India Ink Work. Itooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Euildlug, Center Street, M'ConnelavUle,
Ohio.
April 2IMy.
1 HECALABAR CHAINS
Are,a Decided Success I
TRULY the old mortar of "Bad Medi
cine" is beipg broken. Medicine must be
(fiVctual; but it is no longer nacea$aril;
dangerous, painful or disgnsting. The re
markable Mtrve tonic aperient assists the
process of digestfon, and is conducive of
the most perfect physical and mental condi
tions. Tbey cure dy?pepsia, headache,
sallownrss, biliousness and irregularities,
bnt tbeir greatest snecess b in acting as a
preventive of tbese disorders. If not found
at the nearest Druggists, enclose fifty cts.
to Calabar Urains Co., Marietta, Ohio.
April 2?tb, 1871 2mo.'
NOTION
AIO
MILLINERY
STORE!
TTIialcSnle and KelaSI
7)EALEIl IN
JMILLUNEHY GOODS,
X3E1.Ij STREET,
MALTA, OHIO.
pn, BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEil Ijs
Nov. 11 1370-tf.
BUKROUGII k CO.,
Wh'.t;alead Retail Beulers in anil max
n'ac'.urers cf
0
it 1!
TLAIN AND FANCY SJ
WORK
CF ALL KINDS KEPT CONS
TANTLY ON HAND,
ASD
CKtiranteca to Clve Perfect
Satisfaction.
cdsteuds,
WINDSOR CHAISS,
Parlor VforK and Cliaiuitr
feet Is,
To suit Purchasers.
Sale Booms, No. 70 Main Street,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
X. E. Cah pnii fat iMaoetd Lumber.
JHiSCELLAXEOl'S.
Otochran,
fozman,
SOUTH-WEST SI3E OP TIMS
PUBLIC
SQUARE,
M'CONNELSYILLE, O.,
Dealers in
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHING
FARMING IM?LEMErJTS,aC.&,C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Given to the
Farming Implement
AND
THa ciiiner y Trade.
H0WERS& REAPER fl
SOLE AGENTS J
in this locality for tho sale of the
Celebrated
CHAMPION
Mowers & Reapers,
W OELD
Mower- & Reaper,
and the
RUSSELL
Mower & Reaper,
ASDPACTcasas or
Cook & Healing Stoves,
nnd odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stoves in tbe conntry ; all kinds of Thrsh
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettles,
and Sell Flanges, Sugar Kettles, Pots, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty diiferent pat
eras of Plow Points, Machine Castings for
Steambonts, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and P.expers ; also Cast Iron I'hiraney
Tops, Window Cups, Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Desks and Seats.
Tin-ware.
Have constantly on hand, manufactured
their order, all mannor of Tin-ware, Stova
Triinming3, 4e.
Hiacksmitliing.
Manufacturers of Water Tweers, Mandrill
Swedges, &c, for Blacksmiths.
Kemember the Place :
Soth-west Side of the Public Sqnare
M'CONNELSVILLE, o.
mar.lS.lS70.tf.
THIS LAJRQISST
QUEENSWARE STORE
ta
B. L. JENKINS,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
QUEENSWAEE!
CHINA !
OLASS ! AND
EAETHSN WAEE!
North side of Center street, between
East and Penn streets,
ESeCcaxielsviUe, Ohio,
REASONS FGB PATRONIZING JEN-
K!N: S ESTABUSHMEFJ !
1st. .7. Trins innorts his own cood;
and is thereby able to nndersell all j
who purchase at secona nana.
2a 1. He has tho largest escaWish
mar vw! mnct. rnmn'ptB varietv of
goods in South'-Eastern Ohio, and you
are eaabled to get junt wiis.t you v.-nt
uo not have io take just what you
cfin get.
Srd. Living amongal na, Jenkins
community, and it is no more than
hirn up instead of going off to Zanes-
goods.
A.t d enkins' in
April X, lmif.
HISCE1.1.AAEOIS.
Executor's Kotlce.
The undersigned naa been duly apnoia
ted executor of the last will and testament
c! Joseph Frisby, lata of Morgan eounry,
Ohio. Isaac Paexie.
Sept. 15,1371 3 w.
iimlnistrator'i Notice.
The nndersigned has been dnly appoint
ed and qualified as Administrator of tho
estate of Granvills Wood, deceased, late of
Morgan County, Ohio.
V. C. WOOD.
Bept. 1st, 1371 3w.
fjegal Notice.
William A. Sturgeon, Admin-1 " Probate
iatrr.tor of Estate of ictard j Courtof
I)unnington, deceased, -j Monraa
s. I County,
Alcidana Cunnington, et al. ) Ohio.
rrriTion to sell Lasd.
Alcidona Dunnincrton, James Dunn in
t on. "and Srauel Iannington, who reside
in Union County, in the btate of Iowa,
William K. Danainjton, who resides in
the State of Indians, andPerley Dnncing
ton, Elizabeth Custer and David Ouster,
who resiilojn tbe State of Minnesota, will
take notice that I, aa .Administrator as
aforesaid, have filed a pstition in- the
Court of Probata of said Morgan County,
Ohio, against thm and others, the object
and prayer of which is to obtain an order
to sell to pay debts tne tollowinj real es
tate, sitnate iQ the townsaiyi of Malta,
County of, 'Morgan, and State of Ohio, to-
wit: Being part of fractional section No
ID, town So. 10, ranre So. 12. of lands
sold at Zanesville, Ohio, containing oao
acre, more or lfsB.Ctein? the same land
sold and eooveved by Francis A. Barker
nnd Catharine "Barker to 'said Richard
Dunnington, deceaned, by deed dated the
8th day f July, A.;D., 1639, and recorded -in
Record "I," Records of Deeds of Mor
gan county, Ohio, atpasels3, to which for
a more perfect dcr ption reference ta
hereby made, and that said petition will
be for hearing on the ,1-tih day of October
next, at 10 o'clock, A M.
WILLIAM A. 8TURGE03, Administra
tor of Richard Cunnington, deceased.
Posd A CoRitEB, Att'ya
8ept. 8lh, 1871 4w.
KOTICE.
Ira Poot, of Ionia, in the State of Michi
gan, will take notice that David Muramey,
of the county of Morgan, in the State of
Ohio, did, on the Eih day of Angu3t, 1871,
file his petition in the Court of" Common
Plena, within and forthe county of Morgan,
Ohio, against the said Ira Root and the
McConnelsville Carbon Oil Co., defendants,
setting forth that said Company is incorpor
ated under the law of Ohio; that it is .In
debted to plaintiif in the sum of $1,637.60
and interest thereon from May 1st, 1S64 ;
that said Company is insolvent and has no
property within reach of any process of
the Court; that said Ira Root is a Stock-,
holder therein, having twenty-one shares
thereof of the nominal value of twenty-one
hundred dollars ; that said Root has paid
no part of the creditors of the said Com
pany, and is liable to the creditors in tha
sum of his said stock : and praying judge
ment again t said Root for said sum of $1
637 50 and interest from the 1st day of May,
1SC9 ; that an order of Attachment haa
been sued ont. and unless said Root shall
answer Dy the 21st dvy of nest October, the
petition will be taken as trueand judgement
rendered accordingly.
DAVID MTJMMEY.
By E. M. Staxbert, his Att'y.
Eept. 1st, 1871,- w.
SfacrlflTs Sale.
A. F. Whissen vs. Ilenry W. Newman.
By virtue of a vendl exponas duly is
sued out of the Clerk's office of the Court of
Common Pleas, of Morgan County, Ohio,
in the above entitled action, and to me
directed, 1 will offer for sale at Public Auc
tion, at the dncr of the Court House in Mc
Connelsville in said County, on
Tuesday, the 131U Iay of Sep
tember, A. D., 1ST1,
at 1 o'clock, p. m., of said day, tho following;
described Real Estate situate in Morgan
County and State of Ohio, to-wit: Lot
number twenty-eight (2S) in Sanborn's
third (3) addition to the Town of Stock
port. Appraised at $130. Terms cash.
A- D. HAVESER.
Sharif of M. C, Ohio;
J. T. Cas w, A it'y jar tuuntiff.
Aug. IS Cw,
Farm for gale !
ICO acres in Union townshiri 110 of
which is cleared land, 30 acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
nt the door, good coal bank. Price
?3,000. Pay menU easy. Must be sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
For particulars, call on E M. btanbe
ry, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7th, 1371-tf. '
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