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IcCimU, m&SO.f k HARRIS.
REMOVAL !
Have remTed thtlr
DRY GOODS STOCK
to corner of
Main fc Third Sts., Joseph. Black's Building.
Aj tha pnblis has to kind) favored tu with a libera) patrosage, we have endeav
ored to Oarit a cont(noset of the t am by renting ooe of tha
HANDSOMEST AND SEST
Jb tha City.
GREAT BARGAINS !
VIII b
Single and Double Shawls,
f wta JmWs, lew.
'WATER-PROOFS, CASSIA1ERES, &C.
: ALL THE ABOVE GOODS
tavlng been purchased BEFORE the advance in
"WE ARE DETERMINED. to SEE WSO CAN SELL THEM the CEEAPESTI
DOW T Forget Our Ifevr location t
INTortli-East Corner of AT ain fe Third Streets.
Zanesville, Ohio, Sept. 22. 1871 3 -n.
in & mm
LIGHTED STOHE-ROOMS
offer! in
- KcCONNELL; EMEESOX, k HARRIS. -
-
BUSINESS NOTICES.
SShawls and Skirts at Stone's.
" "Reception" nnd "Artist" new
etles of Collars, Tory nice, try a
box, at Sili'e.
A immense stock of Cloths an 4 Cassi
saere of the very latest and most attract
i r patterns just received. These Goods
were selected by Mr. Walker, whose large
experience amply qualifies him fur making
the very best selections. They have beeu
bought in Kew Tork for cos dovn and we
claim to be able to offer the rery best in
ducements in style and price. Come and
see. CLAUSE, CO KNEE k WALKER.
Dux Goods and Jiotione in great
Tarioty at Sill's. -
J. B. STONE keeps full line of
real genuine Buffalo work for men wo
men and children, for which he can
show the papers.
' tThe best RAZORS are sold at
ADA1KS Book Store. They keep a
large stock and only firil clatt Goods,
Thi celebrated Star Shirt manu
factured to fit, and the beet ruade
r-hirt in the market, just reoeivod
at Sill's.
Old fashioned epnn-roll tobacco,
a gocd article, at r. bweeney a
Thi Pod Pedro and the Prince
Alexia Scarfs, latest fall fashions.
Call and see them at Sill s
' Silver and Silver-plated ware, of ele
gant Buish, at II. B. Vincent t Uro a.
Baskets. Baskets Id every va
' riety, Traveling, Market, Feed,
Corn, Dinner and Clothes' ba ekets
at Sill's.
The best assortment of smoking
ana chewing tobacco always on
hand at P. Sweeney's.
Fancy Bows in Scotch plaids, a
right nice thing for Fall, at Sill's.
Srw stock of Boots and Shoes at Clarke,
Corner A Walker's.
Ths only first-claas line of Silks and
Alpacas is atbtone s.
Sabbath School Cards I
Kew supply of Sabsati School Cards
received at AD ALU a Book fctore this
week. They have an excellent variety
of these Goods.
Laoics' Slippers at a reduction at
Stone's.
Zanesville Stocking yarns at
old prices in spite of the advance on
. wool new yarn at that now is
the time to boy at Sill's.
SETT GOODS!
RETT GOODS I !
KEW GOODS ! X I
At Clarke, Corner A Walker's.
' Ladies and Gents Collars, Caffs,
Cuff Buttons and Notions generally
at Sill's:
Just received, a full stock of
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogans, which will be
sold cheap at the cash store of
PEAIES & WHITiS.
RASE BALES 1 1
. New lot of BASE BALLS, of the best
quality manufactured, just received
this week at ADAIR'S Book Store.
Kew Stock of Stationery,
Of the best brands in the market, just
received this week at ADAIR'S Book;
Store. This firm keep the only com
plete and cood line of Station ert in
the County. Go and see for yourselves.
'Why, that is really a nice fit
you have, Jake; where did you get
that suit, at New York, I suppose?"
'No, ir-e, I got il at
T. D. CHEADLE S."
A iaboi and complete stock of Fall and
"Winter Goods of the very latest styles being
offered at Clarke, Cornsr k Walker's.
BUSINESS AOTICES.
Try Cheadle's clothing. Over
coats cheaper than ever.
OPERA CHAINS, of the latest
styles and'warranted to be as fin e
as represented, at Yin cont'd.
Juvenile Books!
Kew and late Jovfxh.k Books just re
ceived at AD A I U S Book Store. They
keep a jfood and attractive stock of
these publications, and sell them as
low as tbey cau be purchased anywhere
We keep the best of goods, and
don t doal in imitations: and we
sell low for cash, at
T. D. Cheadle's.
We intend o Serine, for the coming
weeks, to the people of McConnels
ville and Malta, (iiUSAT UAKUA1.N5
in Summer Dress Goods, Poplins, Jfiq
ues, Linens, Grenadines, Ac.
J.B. srosE.
S3Additional fresh supplies of
MliUUli Iiuuus received at A
DAIR'S Book Store this week. Tbey
are in constant receipt of these Goods,
and are the only Book House in the
(Juwntv. i hey sell at the lowest rates.
THERE IS NO MAN CAN SELL
CHEAPER. We ask all candid
men to examine for themselves and
bo convinced beyond a doubt that
T. D. CHEADLE is selling good
gods cneaper than elsewhere.
SIYTY-FIVE CENTS will buy a
pound of good No. 1 Navy l'obacco
at Jr. Sweeney s.
gold watches !
lady bartletti
lady elgin !
SWISS WATCHES!
Of the latest designs in casos, and
finest Quality of movements.
". H. B. V1NCEN T k BRO.
nOW TO SAVE MONEY
Buy all your clothing at Cheadle's.
Splendid lot of Kew Goods
Just received at ADAIR'S Book Store
embracing everything in the Book and
Statiokery line and an excellent assort
ment of Xotioss and Fakct Goods, Pock
et Books. Ac. Everybody coming to
the Fair as well as those who do not)
should visit this establishment and
make their purchases here, where they
will find an eleeant assortment at low
figures, and the only complete stock of
these Goods in town. Go and see,
If tou want anvthinij in the fur
nishing line call at T. D. Cheadle's.
BA. A large and varied stock of Jo-
lions icu r ancy uwhm sv owuc
Go and look at the cheap Dress
Goods at Stone's.
Star Shirts, Cassimere shirts and
knit jackets, at Sill's.
T. D. Cheadle's is the place to
buy yonr clothing.
More New Goods Watches,
Chains, Pins, Rings, &c, received
this week atYincent's! Giro them
a call.
Fresh Supplies;
1 - 1 T" n J i L- . '
Of Gold Paper, Lead Pfkcils, Etekl
Peks, Books or Engraved Drafts, Pat
box's Ikdei.iblr Ink, Bristol Board, Bill
Books, Pocket Books, Pockkt Lkdgers,
Memorandums, Slates, Steatitr Pkmcils,
Slate Pkkcil Sbarpkkers, and hosts of
other Goods, received at ADAIR'S
Book Store thi3 week.
Full assortment of everything in
the line of Silver Ware suitable for
Anniversary or Wedding presorts.
11. B. VINCENT & BKO.
Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Kain
enoks. Tarlatons. Swiss. Jaconets. Pin-I
ues, &c, at Stone's.
i
THE INDEPENDENT.
I08EPB A. KKLLT, IDITOB AKD PROPRIETOR.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAT Sept. 2d. ISTl
TEE MS
or
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, cash
In advance, $2.C0
TO CLUBS.
To Clubs of five, or upward,
each subscriber, $1.50
HURRAH, FOR THE RAILROAD!
I
BOUND TO HAVE ONE!
A Rousing Meeting!
A large and enthusiastic meeting
was held in the Town Hall last night,
pursuant to the call for a Rail Road
Meeting which was issued the first of
the week. Wm. Sherwood was called
to the Chair, after which speeches
were made by E. M. Stanbery, Hon.
W. P. Sprague, and Col. F. U. Pond.
It was estimated by Mr. Stanbery,
who has eiven considerable attention
to the probable cost of the road, that
it would take $300,000 to build it from
here to Dennison, and only-. $170,000
of this sum to build it from here to
Cumberland. A Committee of six to
solicit stocK were appointed as f ol-1
Iowa C. B. Bozman, E. M. Stanbery'
Jos. F. Sonnanstine, J. M. Rogers, C.
L. Hall, and Wm. P. Brown. The
Hall was crowded to its utmost capac- j
ity, and adjournment was made amidst
enthusiastic cheers for the Roil Road
we are bound to have.
G- E. Hallidat has gone East
for new goods.
On Monday, a little girl, daughter
of Jacob Hatten, fell off a fenco and
broke her arm.
Geo. Mqiteow and wifo, and o
Mr. Oliver, of Meigsville township,
started on a trip to Canada on
Tuesday morning.
J. li. Foulke, of Malta, has purch
ased a half interest in tho Zanes-
ville City Times, report says, for
fifteen hundred dollars.
A fire in Malta, on Monday eve
ning, consumed abont a hundred
dollars worth of lumber for the
Brown, Manly Plow Company.
Oats, in any quantity, wanted at
D. & C. W. Mummey'e, for which
the highest markot price will be
paid.
Rev. James IIendehson, at one
time Presiding Elder over this Dis
trict of the Pittsburgh Conference
oi the M. E. Church, dind suddenly,
of heart disease, at the Kirk House,
in ZancsviIIe, on Thursday night
of last week.
The Decidixo Game. The de-
ciding pamo of Bubo Ball, between
the O. X s, of ZancsviIIe. and the
Hickory s of this place, will be plav-
ed on the McConnelsville grounds
on next Tuesday afternoon.
A mat oh game of Base Bull is to
bo played on the Malta Grounds, to
day, between the "Ku Klux," of
Hopewell, and the Romeo's, of
alalia.
A 6QN, need two-and-a-half years,
of R. W. Stevenson, of Norwulk.
died'in that place on last Snnday,
The remains were brought here on
Monday evening, and interred on
Tuesday, at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Home Market. White Wheal is
SI. 15 per bushel, and Red Wheat
11.10. Flour is worth SG.50 per
barrel, is utter is worth is cents
per pound. Eggs aro worth 15
cents per dozen.
Marribd. On the 11 th of Sep
tember, 1871, by Rev. L. Mc-Guire,
Mr. Curtis D. Moore and MiB An-
gcline Conncll, both of McConnuls
viHc.
At tho New Era Hotel, Septem
ber 21. 1871. by Rev. Li McGuire,
Mr. Samuel W. Blackburn and Miss
Farah C. Bolingcr, both of Morgan
County,
The Show, on last Monday, was
considered a conplcto humbug.
Some people think that Madame
Brown s severities with ''.Little Ma
ry" are deserving of public censuro.
Evidently, the child Is forced to
perform tier horse-back feats a-
gainst her fears cf breaking her
neck.
V. B. Lewis &, Co, of ZancsviIIe,
have moved their establishment up
Main street, and now occupy the
room adjoining JJoConne.I. Linorson
& Harris, in the Joseph Black
Building. They havo now proba
bly the finest room for their busi
nees in the City, and we notice thai
they have added a new branch to
their business, that of dealing in
Marbleized Mantels, Fire Fronts,
ic. Notice their advertisement in
this paper.
A. S. Dickey, of tho firm of Shep
ard & Dickey, died at his late resi
dence below this place on last Sun
day, after a long and exceedingly
painful illness, aged fiiflv one years.
His remains were boned by the
Masons on Tuesday. The large at
tendance at his funeral bespoke the
high esteem in which the deccaHod
was held by those who knew him.
He was a man who probably never
wilfully injured otheis, but whose
faults were of that character that
tcil chiefly ngoinet self.
McConnell, Emerson k Harris,
of Zunesville, appear as advertisers
in our columns again this week
As We have bt-fore mentioned, they
havo moved their stock of goods to
tho commodious and bountiful room
occupied by Joseph BlacK recently.
on the North -East corner of Main &
Third streets. This firm will al
ways hold a large portion of the
trade of the Muskingum vallc
and they deserve it. They carry
an immense stock cf goods nnd will
sell as low as any can soil, and are
always ready to accommodate thoir
patrons.
New Goods. The ladies will
lenrn with great pleasure that the
Misses Uolbiook have received
their stock ot Goods for the Fall
tr.adtt. Liko unto their habit, they
have increased their purchases over
those of all former years, expecting
the nsual increase in the number of
their patrons. Had we space, we
might fill a column in enumora
ting their ROOd: but this would b .
,
useless as every lady in the COUHty ,
Will doubtless call at their CStab- i
lisbment anyway, and look
through,
!
Geo, P. Morris has purchased
the Williamson business stand, and
will extend his new building over
the ground it occupies. James K.
Jones is to erect a brick building
joining Morris and E. P. Brown.
Over the Dam. Some weeks
ago two "bummers" of Malta and a
country man, who lives on the
Malta sido cf the river, wore on a
spree in this village. They crossed
over to Malta some time in the
night in a flat, and tho countryman
falling asleep during iho transit,
the Maltonians drew the flat parti
ally on the sboro and left hi;u to
sleep it out. By some means or
other the fiat got loose from its
moorings, and tho countryman
found himself next morning several
milos down the river, floating along
qiuoily, having, in his unconscious
ness, went over tho Dam safely.
We call attention to the adver
tisement of Wm. Lambert & Co. in
another column of thispapor. This
is a live firm, doing a tremendous
busiuesB in Zanenville. They sell
their goods at New York retail
prices lor cahh down. They can
afford to do this owing to their ad
vantages in baying. They have a
store in New York City where the
Senior partner remains all ihe time,
buying such largo quantities for
both houses for cash, that they aro
ablo to buy from ten to twenty per
cent, cheaper than small dealers
and those who only go East twe or
thrco times a year.
THE FAIR.
Next week is the week of the
Morgan Co. Fair for this yoar. Ev
ery preparation has been made by
the Board of Directors for the most
successful Fair ever held in the
County. It is domruble that all
should bcar.in mind that no entries
will bo allowed to be made after
the first day Wednesday. In ors
der to mako everything work agree
ably, all entries should be made as
soon as possible. . Already over
two hundred entries bnve been
made, and we may say that the
prospects are that the Fair of 1371
will execod all ttatliave gono be
fore it in intorcet.
Lukens And Strong.
This fiim lias made large addi
tions to their work-shops, and are
now well prepared to manufacture
all kinds of work to order. They
have on hand a good assortment of
Farm ard Express Wagons, two
spring, four spring, and platform
spring. Call and have your old jobs
repainted and trimmed. All work
warranted nnd charges reasonable.
Repairing in wood work and black
smithing respectfully solicited.
Shops above tho Bridge, McConcels
villo, Ohio. '
Sept. 22, 18714 w.
Decorating Committee.
The Bonrd of Directors of tho
Morgan County Agricultural Soci
ety, at their meeting on Friday
last, suloctod the following persons
to deeorata the Floral Hall, at the
Fair Gr.iunJs, on the 27th inst., and
they are roqnestcd to act in said
capacity : Miss Ruth A. William
son, Miss Aniiiu Kirby, Miss II a t-
tio Jones, Miss Maggie Morrow.
Miss Maria Marry, Miss Came
Maris, Miss Lizzie P. Worrall, Mrs,
ILL jones. Mrs. A. G. Pylc, Mrs.
R. U. Brent, Mrs. G. W. Couklin,
frank bWepurJ, Johnsbhartlo, Mel
ville B. Loughride, W. B. Mum
mey, Adolph Kelly, Elwood D
Fawcett ind Charles Sherwood.
The Committee will be conveyed
to and from the rair Grounds, and
aro requested to be in readiness by
one o'clock, p. m., of the 27th inst.
John S. Adair, Secretary.
Sept. 20, 1871.
Sept. 20, 1871. DIED.
At his residence nesr McConnelsville, on
the 17th of September, 1371, Mr. Joseph
Bush, iu hi. i7ih year.
Mr. Bush was born in Connects
cut. A number of years ago he
moved to Ren Rock, Noble County,
O'lio, and tome fivo years since he
came to his lato home, lie was
well and favorably known. Some
eleven years ago he joined the U.
P. Church under tho labors of the
Rev. Mr. Uoaglaud, and three years
ago he joined the M. K. Church,
ot this place, under the pastorate
ot Kev. v. M. iiollisler. lie was
faithful, watchful unto prayer, and
looking for bis crown. He said to
his Pastor, Rev. B. E. EJgeH, a
short lime before be died, that he
was ready for the summons.
Pocket Cutlery!
Splendid line, new styles, and an ex
cellent assortment of Pocket Cutlest,
of the best makes, soon to arrive at A-
DAI K b liook Store, and to be sold at
low figures.
Dick Knoi.k is to be at the MOR
GAN COUNTY FAIR with a full
Stock of
Uarnemt, Saddles, Collars, Bridles,
f ilipx, &C , itC,
All of his own Manufacture, and all
of which will bo for salo at the
Lowest Cash Rates.
Mr. Englo haB, for months past,
been vimting towns of Morgan, A
tliona, and Washington Counties,
and husalwuvs been ablo to make
large sales to the people in their re-
spci-iive vicinities. Ho proposes to
havo upwards of a thousand dollars
worth of stock to soil during the
holding of tho Fair, and he asks all
in want of anything in his line to
wait until that time to matce their
purchases, as he feels confident that
he can give them better satisfaction-
than they can get clsowhero.
The place to buy your clothing
is one door east of Stitt s Shoo
Store CHEADLE'S.
We will rcceire another fine lot of
goods this week.
II. B. VINCENT & BRO.
'n8menta whereby sny one can be ac
, comodated with the 6nest of Oil Paintings
an,i pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's 8kddler Ehop, in J. C. Stone's
it;!,!,dinS Center Btreel, MCounelsville,
AET G-A.IL.IjEliY.
W. C. TRESIZE
asks the public to call and examine his
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
bmtypes, Gems, Ac, Ac, which cannot be
sin passed anrwhere. lie has perfected si
Ohio.
Afrn 23ly.
McCOWELSVILEE
C. ROBERTSON.
IN". W. Cor. of Pub. Squ., McCoanelsville, O.,
Dealer in
DEUCS, BEIlICnES 'PURE LEADS, PU5TS, OILS, DIES i DTE STUFFS, PEEFOEE1,
and
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Faints mixed to order.
April 21, 1871 ly.
WORLEYADAMS.
Dealers in
nTr flnnAn f!rnno!a
Sa
XJIJ UlUtfliU,
(N. W. Corner East
1J NEW GOODS received regularly.
PROD JCK in exchange for Goods.
mn. ucssmoor.
II. BU1VS9IOOR & ON,
e . Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-wit CU AIRS, TABLES. BUREAS, BEDSTEADS, Ac, Ac,
At their SALE liOOJTS in
McCONNELSVIIXE AND MALTA.
K. B. They employ rone but first-class mechsnics, and warrant all their work. Their
Platform is : "Good work, good ly and low prices I" April 21, 1871 im.
"UNDERTAKERS!
R.D. JOHNSON & CO.,
Korth-East corner of Centre and Penn Streets,
McVOXXELS VILI.E, OHIO,
Keep'constantly on band a complete assortment of Coffins, Burial Case, Ac, and have
in tbeir employ Robert A. Pinkerlon, who will make this department ol business a spe
cially. In conceclion with their bn-inefs, they have fitted op a Grst-clasa
L1VEKY ESTABLISlIMMsNT,
And -are prepared to furnish all patrons with whatever l bey may want in their LINE.
May 12, 1871 ly-
The Sash & Uoor Factory,
McConnelsvi'le, Ohio,
Furnishes lo order FLOORING, WEATUER BOARDING, S'DING, CEILING
SASU, SBUTTERS, BLIND? & DOORS, BOX 4 COMMON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaining &aiatchlngr, Scroll Sawing & Ripping Done to Order.
Oak, Poplar and Fine Lumber bought and :oM
April 21, 1871 ly
e. 8pene,
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St., east of Pub. Square, McConnelsville, O.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles of HATS and OAFS !
NEW GOODS Received With Every Change in tbe Seasons !
tSS- EVERTTEIMG SOLD LOW Ffcl CASH ! -Sa
The Uighctt CatK Price paid for
April 21, 1871 -ly.
' Grocery and Provision Store!
D;&"C. W. MUM MEY
the
TEAS, C0FFEES,'SUGAR3,J10LASSI.S, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and
Keep a Full Supply ot All Kinds of Provisions in tbis 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.
. Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !
W. II. k C. McCAKTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notion, Ladies'. Dress CoodSj Ladles' Sfcoe Etc
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JlcCon-
nelsville, Ohio.
N. B. None but the very best quality
always sold at the lowest ot cash prices.
ALTY.
Boots and Shoes!
T. C. VEATCH,
MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS AND SIIOES, Odd Fellow Building,
On Hast Street, McConnelsville, Ohio.
Boots and Shoes, for Ladies. Geots, and Children, in inulacinrtd lo order on the short
est possible notice. None but the oest of Stuck worked, and a Et alway? guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSOUTV.ENTof Boots and Shoes alr.sys on hand lor those who want to
boy ready-made work. BfftCOBBLlNG doue neatly anj warranted to eive perfect
satisfaction. Give me a call. T. C YKATCU.
June 30th, 1871.
15. I,, MORRSS,
South side of Center St, three doors East
dealer
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES. STOVE TRIMMINGS, CUTLE-
, liX, NAILS, ULASS, 1M.OWS, &C, &.C.
N. B. Aeent for the sale of the "Acme .Vower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave universal
T.
MERCHANT
XcConnelsville, Ohio.
Aug. 4, 1871 tf.
JIT JL3&SZJI.JlrSF
AMOS
North side of Center Str, between East
lias Always to OCcr loIiisCuNiomcrg tlis Ecst Qnalitiea or
left, eoffceg, gqgstf. )folsigs, n$ Sberijlicj
usually found in a first-cla!s Family Grocery.
N. B. Flour by the sack, and all kinds of provisions, m the market, always
n band. Prices to suit the times. lApril 21, 1S71 -Jy.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
V kwn on. hands, and are constant If receiving
LAUGE STOCKS OF DIIUGS AND MEDICINES!
J w A-Y. .l ...ivplinf ,,f PAIN rs. DYE SICKFa. U1LS .nd BUUMU
ES, all of whics' we offer lo ibe rnblie at tbe lowest market rnies. Also, we invite
our' customers to call and examine fur large and well selected
STOCK OF "WALL PAPEE I
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
: Arril 28th, 1371-ly.l " JOHN ALEXANDER.
RlSIgS CARDS.
F. il. KAHLER.
R-infij .ind Qlni? "
AJJUIO UliVA UtlUuO,
and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
The highest prue paid for COUNTRY
May 471. ly.
A. M. Duxsmoor.
II. M. WELLS, Superintendent.
MinkSkunk, and Coon Skins I
have on Land, at all times,
best of
also
of goods of any kind ever kept and
Ladies' Dress Goods made a SPECI
jApnl zi, li i-iy.
of TuMic Square, JcConnelsvllle, O.,
IX
satisfaction lust season. A p. 21 '71-ly.
Tiffi
LS. GJD OH JE3 US. 5if J
and Tenn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
CHEADLE,
Vil. L12BEBT k CO.
ffilBiSSllSililWS!
WM. LAMBERT & CO'S
NEW YOEK
VIELB,
One year has rolled aroocd sinco we establisbtd tha New Tork Uarket for Dry
Goods in Zsueille. Our inccess bas never been equaled in the history of the trade.
Ail opposition bas vanished like dew before the coo.
50,000 Tardi of lzi Prints Id t !:!d al only Tta Cents per Iird I
5.000 Iwd$ 01 Prints la be SoU st Five, Six and Eijtt lenls per Tird I
o
Merchants sav we cannot afford to sell goods so cheap; that we most tail. We r
pea' have no anxiety lor ns. Having been established KORTT years in New York,
and with a wide experience in the market, we know we can sell cheaper, and still niaka
money, than: any ether house in Zcesvil!f.
Attention to OUR DRESS GOODS STOCK !
Frow Frow Poplins.
1'agilalia Poplins.
Tytom Repps, Plaids, te.
Our Dlacb Silk and Alpaca Stock is Complete.
Heavy Gros Gram Silks at
Double-l'ulJ Black Alpaca at
CASSIMERES, JEANS, FUNNELS AKO BLANKETS I
20,000 yards of Flanne's from 20 crnls per yard up.
10.O00 yards of J tuna from 20. 25, 30, 40 ami SO cents per yard up.
t'assimcres ia every variety to suit the purchaser.
- Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings. .
Until farther notice, we will continue to
withstanding tlo heavy advauceuf 20 per
A fall line of Table Damasks, Linens, Canton Flannels. .Checks, DcnaniS,
Uand kerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons, Trimmings, and Motions in general.
Shawls, both single and Double in variety,
iluslius retailed at ilanufacturers prices.
WM. LAMBERT CO.,
New York City Store, Corner of Main k Third Sts., ZanesvUle, Ohio, or 523,
(Jreenwich St., N. Y.
N. B. Our trade iscon&ned to Ketailing alone, and we do net solicit Wholesale
trade. rpt- 22, 1871 3m.
IG GUN!
CITY STORE.
Japanese Silks, in Ell colon."
Dlerinos, Express CIolLs
Veramba Poplins in colors.
$1 i.
20. 25, 30, 40 and SO cents.
sell our Carpets at OLD PRICE3, nott
ceal iu wool.
Oil HAISD
NEW IDVEETiSEStMS, te.
s u ta l r i a u ; l. a ji a i io.
In obedience lo the requisition of an act
of the General Assembly of the Stale of
Oli o, pnssctl May ,11st. IsoZ, I hereby give
notice to the electors of Morgan County,
that tbey assemble in ineir respective
Township at the nsnal places of holding
elections therein, on the
Second Tuoulay ot October
Wcxt,
beiugthe lutb day of said month, there and
theil to vole for one Governor ot Stale, on.
Lieut. Governor, one Supreme Judge, one
Treasurer, one Auditor, one Attorney Gen
era), one Member Board of I'ublie Works,
one School Commissioner, one Clerk of Su
preme Court, one Jnuge Common Pleas
Court, for t!ie first sub-division of the
Eigbht Judicial District, one Senntor, for
the 14th Senatorial District, one Represen
tative, one Clerk, one Sheriff, one Auditor,
one Surveyor, one Commissioner, one In
firmary Director and one Coroner.
Tbe Trustees of the several townships of
Morgan Connty will, on; tne same day, el
ect and return to the Court of Common
Flas, the following number of Jurors, to
wit : Bloom, 4, Bristol 7, Center 7, Deer
field 6, Homer 8, Malta 9, Manchester 4,
Marion 11, Meigsville 7, Morgan 12, Peso
7. Union 8. Windsor 12, York 5.
Given under my hand this 16th day of
Septem per, A. U..I3.1.
A. D- HAVENER, Sheriff of Mocgan
County, Ohio.
Sept. 22. 1871 3w.
tot
CUAELE3 A. DA5A. Editor. .
X Kewepapevof tho Present Times. 3
Intended for Feeple Bow oa Earth.
xaelndliis; Fuseis. lleehsalcs. Merenants. Pro.
imoaU Vea, 7orkea, THisicrs, sad all slaa.
ner of Uosast Fo. aaJ too Wires, Coas, sua
Duizlitars ol aU soca.
O-ILT OVK DOLLAS A STXAB I
ONE nUXiMtED COriES FOB 820,
Or lets ena Oae Cent aCorr. It tine be
830 Ci as cvcr7 f ost OCee.
BS3U.WESKI.T BITS, CQ A TEAK,
of tbe sixs an4 gaacral character as
TH2 VTEXSXr. bat vtta a areata varietr o(
maesi:aaso3S rcaAits, aad famhllns; lbs news
toussaDKrUwawttn cresternTsaaess. bwajes;
U casMS twice a weeS lastosa oX eaos onlf .
THE DAIX.7 SC5, SO A YEAB.
A reemtneTrtlv Teadibt. r?rjer. wia rva
hnro. circa:.UoTi ia tta. Tana, fi.fl. lntlAi
oetdent. sad frarleFs la politics. All th. nuvs
trots erwrvbera. Ti eoois a Copj a; mill,
60CSU s Biaata, or 83 sjuar. -
O TE3M3 TO CLUT3L
TBE DOL.LAU WliKULT 8TJt7
five eopioa, one rear, sepera:elT a!dTe-fl.
t.nr Dollar.
Tee eerie, one yer. senftratelr sdrlressea (a&4
saexuACop toiiiectiUcr a? -rfciaoi.
i-iat iion.-.
Twentr emles. one Tear, seTKirstclv aduieis4
tAudAacsucu;ij wiUOFui-r e? of citi).
Filtooa jUoliere.
YXT eopl-. en. rear, to one aridra. tarrl to
beuu-tt eely oae jcar u cctlcr p or eiab),
Thirty-taree jioilarsw
JryeoTHet. om Tar. Krarateiv aidrcSRj f-nq
(a. sccii-Wociljonerrsrroeeirer cpotonib).
1'ii'rtT.BTe Dalian.
One ImrKlrert eonirs, eo. vear, lo oce bddm.
Aad iMily tor oae jreut to tno (tetter n-ol
duo;. Hi'ly UoMars,
Cce bnrfred enelM, one year, seoeratslr 4
creM iaiueiuj2jloroaa tt to ma xettei
se(elBt, bixor Dollars,
THE ESKI.TTEZELT BXTH.
Fit. cedes, one rear, separatel sdCreMt,
Elect Dalian
J ea cmlta, oe. resr. sewatelT nddrcssed Osal
eaexmcojyiefeuwupof bb. ..
bixtoja DoIlAtw
BSXO youa HOITEY
Jn Tmt Office orders, cheeks, or drsfla ee Waw
yoHu wtiareTer r mi eolenc il ait, tnen rrHntf
tct iatis.-a wrrstnlng uioa!7. Address
A W.CTOX!vi.ritU'neT. "
Baa o& ti.w Tor CSOk
Kew Stock
Of School Boois, Dictiokaim. Tot
Books, Juvixile Boois, ALfHABir Blocks
Poetical Works, and macy excellent
MisciXLAsritotrs Pcbucatioss, received at
ADAIB'S Bock Btoro jhoa wees.
isim:ss cards.
1r
A. 2.
May be found at his oriice on -TEXU
SOl'TU-UEST CO USER
or THI
Public Sqtiare
M'CONNELSYlLLE, OHIO
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
XT. IL,. TRUE,
physician & Surgeon,
ri'COuiJELSYiLLE, OHIO,
Treats all forms of acute and chroaio
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICE : io Morris" Kew
Building, on Center street, wbefe ba
will be found when not professionally engag
ed. " I Feb. 3d, 1371.
James E&iley,
MASCFiCtTRER OF
i- BOOTS AX1 SHOES. -1
Opposite Sliinimey'a Grocery
More, .
On Center St., McConnelsville, O.
E Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Patronage solicited.
GIVEN UP!
That JOnS is tha BEST
COBBLER ever ia McCOXXEsV-
He has constantly on hand a good assor.
mentofFine and Stogie Boots, of hison
manufacture, which he is offering at 'K
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at b.
establishment on North-west corner of ru?-
lie square, McConnelsville, Ohio.
Sept. 15, 1S7U-1J.
J. T. CIliitY,
Attorney and Counsellor
.A.T LxW.
Zt CONXELSVILLE, OI1JO
2"0ffice in the' southeast corner of &'
House, second floor. Will practice in t'..
counties ot ilorjan, Athens, and Washis.-
ton. . tJuiy i.ii.
I IV. MOORE,
A TTORXEYAXD CO UXSELLOZ
AT L AW.
Will practice in the counties et Mor
gan snd Noble.
OFFICE in the southeast corner of Court
House, McConr.elsville, Ohio.
July 7, 1S71.
J- E. HAXXA.
Ed. M. KENNEDY
HAN IS" A & KENNEDY.
ATTY'SAIl CQUNSELLQBS
On Center Street, near the Public Square,
il CONELSVLLLE, OHIO.
rj Special attention given to Cellee
tious: will practi.e in Morgan, Athens, No
lie, Wathineton and Muskinsum counties
Jan. 1, la?! tf.
AMEltlCAN HOTEL,
Corner SlarUtt & 51U Streets,
"VVII. GETZ, TaorBiETOE,
ZAXESTILLE, OHIO.
Livery Stables alttciadto Hotel. -
June9.1S71 tf.
T2S SrtESCU) STE1SER
BHGQSS,
TJabvet Darlisctox, dtp tain.
Will make regular weekly trips be.
tween fcanesville and Pittsbnr;, aa
follows: Leaves ZanesvUle at 8 o clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings
at 6 o'clock.
August 19to, 1870-3m.
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