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BeCISJIELL, EXERSQJ k HARRIS.
REMOVAL !
, IBM I WIS
Eavs rmoved their
DEY GOODS STOCK
to orier of
!3Nain A ThiH Sts., Joseph Black's Building.
As the publis las to kisdij favored ns with a liberal patronage, w hare endeav
ored to mtrit a eontinunsss of the same by renting one of the
HANDSOMEST AND BEST LIGHTED STORE-ROOMS
Is the City.
RE AT BARGAINS !
Will h offered i
Single and Double Shawls,-
WATER-PROOFS. CASSIA1ERES, &C.
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS
. ran s r. w- .. I
navinff been mircnasea liLDUitrJ tiie aavanct in
o a
CCD S3 HtS,
WE ABK CETEBHIXED to SEE WltO CAN SELL THEM the CHEAPESTl
LOITTForgii Out Jfew location I
jS"orth-East Corner of Mmn & Third Streets.
McCONNELL, EMEESOX, A HARRIS.
ZauesviIIe, Ohio, Sft. 22. 1871 3i
BUSINESS ItOTICES.
WASTED.A girl or woman to
do housework, can find a good place,
permanent situation and good wa
ges by calling on W. A. SilL
Uats and Bonnets, trimmed in
the East, at HALLIDAY'S.
Sabh Ribbons, Roman Ribbons,
and Ribbons of any color and width,
at uainaay s.
NEW STOCK of Boots and Shoes
at CLARKE, WEN ERA WALKER'S.
A large stock of Shell Jewelry
just received at liA.ULl.UAi 7.
"Why, that ia really a sice fit
you have, Jake; where did you get
that suit, at New York, I suppose?"
No, Eire-e, I got it at
T. V. CUKADIdtirS.
F1FTTD0ZEN Hats and Bon
netajnet received at C. Tj. Hall's
.Shawls and Skirt at Stone's,
Go to Sill's for Furnishing Goods of
any description.
J. B. STONE keeps a full line of
real genuine Buffalo work for men wo
men and children, for which he can
show the papers.
t&.Th beat RAZORS are sold at
ADAIR'S Book Store. They keep a
large stock and only fi-tt elau Goods.
Fob Suspenders and underwear
Clothing go to Sill's.
FOR Trunks, Valises, &c., call on
C. L. HALL, Bell Street, Malta
Fob the latest styles of Laco Col
lars call on Q. E. H ALLIDAY & CO.
2Tew Stock orstatloaery,
Of the best brands ia the market, just
received this week at ADAIR'S Book
Store. This firm keep the only com
plete and cood line of Statiovebt in
the County. Go and see for yourselves.
Old rAsmoKED epun-rol! tobacco, !
a gocd article, at P. Sweeney's
OSTRICH PLUMES, Feathers
and Flowers; at C. L. HALL'S-
Grvi at a trial, on shawls and "Star"
shirts, at Sill's.
Silvbr and Silver-plaUd ware, of ele
gant noisa, at B. 2. Vincent k Bro's.
EASE BALLS II-
New lot of BASE BALLS, of the best
quality manufactured, just received
tms wee at avaik b jjooie store.
The best assortment of smoking
ana cnewing tobacco always on
hand at P. Sweeney's.
GO over to. C. L. Hall's and ex
amine his new stock of Ladies Furs.
Fnrx Toilet Soap, Hair Brushes,
Head Nets, Corsets, if oh air Switches,
Ladies and Children s' Hosiery, Shawls,
&C-, at Sill's.
Telvxteeks in all varieties at
Hallidat's. Also the "La Pbin
cess" Felt Skirt
Tee only first-class line of Silks and
Alpacas is at Stone's.
Sabbatn Scbool Cards I
New Bupply of Sabbath Scbool Cabc3
received at ADAIR'S Book Store this
week. They have an excellent variety
of these Goods.
Ladies Slippers at a reduction at
Stone's.
RIBBONS, in all varieties, the
latest styles, at C. L. HALL'S.
"Long Branch," "Lady Franklin"
and "Waterloo" Shawls, at Halh
day's. Jcbt received, a full stock of
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Bus
kins, and Brogans, which will be
cold cheap at tbe cash Btore of
PEAIR3 & WHITE,
BUSINESS KOTICE9.
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 Vincent's.
Juvenile Books t
New and late Jctssils Books just re
ceived at AVAia s uook store, iney
keen a rood and attractive stock of
these publications, and sell them as I
low as they can be purchased anywhere. I
We keep the best of goods, and
don't deal in imitations; and we
sell low for cash, at
T. D. Cheadlx's
Wc intend offering, for the coming
weeks, to the people of McConnels
ville and Alalia, uKJbA 1 uakuais
in Summer Dress Goods, Poplins, riq
ues, .Linens, Grenadines, &c.
J. B. 6T0NE.
muAdditional fresh supplies of
SCHOOL. BOOKS received at A-
DAIR'S Book Store this week. They
are in constant receipt of these uoods,
and are the only Book Bouse in the
County. 1 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
g0)ds cneaper than elsewhere
SIYTY-FIVE CENTS will buy a
pound of good No. 1 Navy Tobacco
at if. Sweeney s.
GOLD WATCHES I
LADY BARTLETT I
LADY ELGIN !
SWISS WATCHES!
Of the latest designs
lnest quality of movements.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY
Buy all your clothing at Cheadle's.
Splendid lot oflf ew Goods
Jnst received at ADAIR'S Book Store
embracing everything in the Book and
Statioxeby line and an excellent assort
ment of Kotiohs and Fakct Goods, Pock
et Books, so. Everybody coming to
the Fair (as well as those who do not)
should visit this establishment and
make their purchases here, where they
win nnd an elegant assortment at tow
in cases, and
figures, and the only complete stock of I
these Goods in town. Go and see. I
lr yon want anything in the fur I
nisking line call at T. D. Cheadle's;
SQ A large and varied stock of No
tions and fancy uoods at stone s
New Prints and Dress Goods just
opened at bill s.
Go and look at the cheap Dress
Goods at Stone's,
T. D. Cheadle's is the place to
buy your clothing.
Mosa New Goods Watches,
Chains, Pins, Rings, ic, received
this week at Vincent's. Give them
a call.
Fresh Supplies
Of Gold Paper, Lead Pencils, Steel
Pekb. Books or Engrated Drafts, Pat-
bob's Ibdeublb Imx, Bristol Board, Bill
.books, rocKET Books, oceet ledgers,
Uekobabdciis, Slates, Steatite Pencils,
Slate Pencil Sharpeners, and hosts of
other ixooda, received at A.VAIHS
Book Store this week.
is
t
Fclx assortment of everything m
the line of Silver Ware suitable for
Anniversary or Wedding presents.
H. B.VINCENT &BRO.
Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, Piq
uee, fac., at Stone's.
THE INDEPENDENT.
IOSKPH A. KEIAT, KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
ITCONW 2LSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY Sept. 39. IST1
TEEMS
THIS PAPER
6INGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One codt! one Tear, casta
In advance, $2.00
TO CLUBS.
To CIods ol five, or upward
each subscriber, (1.50
E. W. Cotton has returned from
his Western trip looking in his ns
nal nealtn
Richard Hutchinson, of Bloom
township, died on Sunday last, aged
83 years.
A Fini display of Ladies' Break
fast shawls, very nice syles, just re
ceivoa at burs.
E. 8. Fawcett, of Marion township,
reports raising an ear of corn th ia sea-
na iiw usu va ii i,uio grains.
can beat this ?
NiNB hundred and ninty-five
entries, more than ever bofore
have been made at our County
Fair.
Alta M. daughter of L. D. Reed
of this Countv, died on the 12 mat
after s prolonged illness, aged ten
years,
REMEMBER PROF. EVER
ETT'S Matineo on Saturday alter
noon, eommnciner at 2) o'clock,
Every body gets a present.
G. E. Ualliday & Co. have open
ed out a lard and new stock
goods within tho past week. See
business notices.
Notice C. L. Hall's business no
ticesintPis paper. Uall has on
hand now probably the largest
stock of his line of goods ever
brought to Malta.
Ant person purchasing a bill
goods to the amount of five dollars.
of G. E. Hallidav & Co., will be
presented with a full set of jewelry
FXZG OF UHAKGJS
A magnificent lot of Gents' fur
nishing goods, adapted to the Fall
trade, just opened at Sill's. Many
attractions, not boloro onorcd
this market, are there.
The Grft Show draws crowded
houses. Parker, the banjoist, cannot
be excelled, while tbe teats ol Frof.
Everett are wonderful in the ex
treme.
John IIall, of Malta, has return
ed from the East with a large stock
of
of
in
of new goods, 0fau varieties, for the
Fall and Winter trade
At tne close 01 '.became tne ianes
villa gcoro of runs stood twenty
Call at his
establishment at once, and mako
yonr selections while his stock is
complete.
The Herald, a Taner that resolv
ed that it would not support any
person lor omce that was in the
hab:t of using intoxicating liquors
as a beverage, continues to publish
a Beer baloon advertisement, and
occasionally gives the same estab
Iisnment an editorial puff.
The Prohibition Meeting, at
Sears' School House on last Tncs
day evening, wa3 well attended, tbe
housj rein cc full. It was addressed
by David Mummey and Joseph A.
Kelly. It is hoped that the friends
of the cause will see that proper
arrangements are made for holding
the other meetings announced in
this paper.
The O. K.'s, of Zancsville, came
here on Tuesday, as announced last
week, and played tbe test game
with the Hickories. On the firs
inning the Zanesvillo boys made one
run to fourteen for Ju.cionncl3viile
five to forty-four for McConnels
ville. This, we suppose, settles the
question as between the cluos,
E. E. Fillmore & Co., of Zanesville.
vllle.
The following item appeared in
the Zanesvillo Courier, ot Sept 21st:
As an evidence of the reputation
of Zanesvillo and her merchants a
broad, we will mention a fact which
accidentlly came to our knowledge
tho other day, that speaks for tho
business integrity of our people
Messrs. E. E. Fillmore & Co., recci
ved a letter from a celebrated man
ufaeturer of cutlery in Solingen
Prussia, one of tho most extensive in
the world, soliciting their trade and
urging them to purchase direct.
The Herald, of last week, makes
some pertinent inquiries relative to
our cany mail to and from Zanes
vine. Aoout one year ago we
made a similar inquiry, and were
informed that we got a one day s
later mail by having it carried on
the boat. We thought at that time,
that this was all bosh, and now are
satisfied of it. Tbe trouble with
the whole matter is that the conn
tractors have undertaken to carry
the mail lor a ruinous enumera
tion, and consequently the public
have to sutler the vexation or hav
ing it carried by boat, and thereby
being behind time, or failing alto-
gather as a daily mail, at least
three times out of four.
The Post-office Department,
at Washington, instead
of forcing
tbe contractors to luihii their obli
gations to the people, contents it
self with occasionally "docking
them. This "docking" the contract-
ors are content to stand without
grumbling, and so the matter goes
along, the interests of our people
being totally disregarded. Even
when the boat docs get hero on
good time, it is very often the case
that she lands on tbe Malta side of
the river first, thereby delaying the
delivery of tbe mail from a half
hour to an hour. We don't wish to
cast any reflections on the boat for
this, for we presume it is not her
fault. Tbe boat consults ber own
interest in her landings, as it is
right she should, and it it is not
made her interest to land on this
6ide of the river first at all times, it
tbe fault tf others and not of the
boat. Tho Post-office Department
should pay a reasonable price for
carrying our daily mail, and then
should force tbe contractors to
carry it as stipulated in the contract
all
s
go
the
Pocket Cattery!
Splendid line, new styles, and an ex
cellent assortment of Pocket Cutlery,
of the best mates, soon to arrive at A-
DAIR'S Book Store, and to be sold at
low figures. '
THE RAILROAD-ITS PROSPECTS.
We have been handed, by Newell
Corner, Esq., an official report cf
the proceedings of the Railroad
meeting held in the Town Hall, of
this place, on last Thursday eve
ning; but, as it is but a more exten
ded report of what we published
last week, we will forego publish
ing it, and devote the space it would
have occupied to this articfo.
Since the meeting on last Thurs
day night, the Railroad question
has been the main subject of the
street talk among all classes o our
citizen?, and we believe there are
none but that feel confident that the
time has now come when an invest
ment of mcns for the purpose of
building the Railroad maybe made
with a fueling of security that the
road will bo built.
Here in McConnelsville, tbe com- j
mittee appointed to policit stock
have been at work and hnvo been
very successful. Persons of all
ranks and condition of life l aving
come lorwnrd and snbcribed m ac
cordsnce with their means. Daily,
almost hourly we may say, tho num
ber of subscribers is swelling; and
it is hoped, and hoped too with good
prospects or realization, that in
tew days tnero will not be a iran
in our town able to do anything to
ward tho liaiiroad, but what can
say ho has done his duty in that
regard.
From nil along the line, the most
encouraging news is recoived. Th
people East of ns are thoroughly
aroused, and are putting their
hands down into their pockets and
responding liborally to the call for
tne casn.
This general movo toward buil
ding a Railroad, is not without its
effect on men in ell branches
trade and industry. All seem to
feel that their chances of a success
fnl business career are about to be
enhanced. Property owners. In
stead of wanting to sell out an
movo away, are evincing a desire
to 6tay heri All feel that a Rai
road has been our long needed aux
iliary, and now that we are to have
ono, that the peoplo have mado n
their minds to pull out the cash and
nniid ono, it is conceded that no
more dcsirc&ble place to live an
prosper in can be found in Ohio
than in Morgan County.
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of Corinthian Lodge,
No. Ill, F. & A. il., held at their Hall.
in McConnelsville, Sept, 26th. 1871
the following preamble and resolutions
were passed :
Whereas, It has pleased our Ilea'
venly father to remove from our
midst, by death, our beloved brother,
Austin ts. Dickey, therefore, ob an ex
pression of our esteem for our deceas
ed brother, and our sympathy with his
lamuy.
llciolvetl, That in his death we have
lost a worthy brother, his family
kind husband and indulgent father.
Utctolved, loat with sincere sorrow
we mourn the death of our beloved
brother, and will ever keep in rrmem-
Drance his creat worth and many vir
tues, and the zeal and attachment he
ever manifested to the principles and
usages ofour lratermty.
Jicsowed, that we tender our warm
est sympathies to the bereaved family
ofour deceased brother, and that they
he presented with a copy of these res'
olutions, and that they also be pub-
nsuea in our
W. A. SILL, W. M.
SAMUEL E. JONES, Sec.
MARRIED.
Sept. 20th, 1ST I, by Kev. II. Oooper,
Mr. James W. M sVeigh, son of Or-
sinus McVeieU of Morcan County
and Miss Lydia Mills, of Washington
County.
DIED.
oept. 2jth, ltvl, of pulmonary consump-
non.-uips fanny, daugnter ol Samuel
Porter, aged 25 yeara.
Business Kotlces.
"STA It,, Shirts, Socks, Suspenders,
and underwear in elegant assortment
at sill s.
As immense stock of cloths and
cassimeresof the very latest and most
attractive patterns just received
These goods were selected by Mr.
alter, whose laree experience am
ply qualifies him for making the very
best selections. Ihey have been
bought in Xew York for cash down
and we claim to be able to offer the
very best inducements in style and
price, come and see.
UlAKJJS, WALK.EK.
A large stock of Ladies' Easkets,
and all other kinds, at Sill's.
Eukcns and Strong-.
goods is being offered at Clarke, Cor
ner & Walter's.
Thir fiim has made large addi
tions to their work-shops, and are
now well prepared to manufacture
all kinds ot work to orver. Ihey
have cn hand a good assortment of
rarra and Express Wagons, two
piing, four spring, and platform
spring. Call and have yonr old jobs
repainted and trimmed. AH work
warranted and charges reasonable.
Repairing in wood work and black-.
mi tin ng respcctl uiiy solicited
Shops above tho Bridge, McConnels-
villo, Uhio.
Sept. 22, 1S71 4 w.
Ladies' Linen and Lace Collars, and
uffi to match, Belting, and other nice
things, at bin 8.
A LARGE STOCK of Shell Jew.
elry just received at C. L. HALL'S
Go and see tho "Elcin,, Scarf, and
the other new 6tyles of Ties and
lows, at bill s.
The place to buy your clothing
ono door east of Stitt s shoo
StoreCHEADLE'S.
GEXTs'pure Linen Collars and Cuffs,
and new styles of Cuff Buttons, at
Sill's
W will receive another fine lot cf
goods this week.
11. B. VIXCEXT & BRO.
Evert man, young or old. can be
supplied with anything he wants, at
Sill's. The "Star ' Shirt, the nicest
thing out, is for sale there.
FOR a beautifnf pair of Bracelets,
to C. L. HALL'S.
A new and fresh supply of Dry
Goods just received and opened for
Fall trade, at Sill's.
The largest stocs: of Feathers and
Flowers ever brought to this mar
ket is to be found at HALLIDAY'S.
Ladies' and Gents Kid Gloves in
colors, White Ties for parties, and fine
Notions generally at Sill's.
A large and complete stock of the
very latest styles of Fall and Winter
on
McCOXAEESVIEEE BCSIXES8 CARDS.
C. ROBERTSON,
W. "W. Cor. of Pub. Sqn., McConnelsville, O.,
Dealer in
DRUGS, BEDICHESPniE LEADS, PA15TS, OILS, DIES & DTE STIFFS, PEHFUIERT,
and
Physicians FrescriDtions carefully compounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April 21, 1871 ly.
WORLEY ADAMS.
F. M. KAHLER.
Dealers In
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
-T3S
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
M 'CONN ELS VILLE, OHIO.
J, NEW GOODS received regularly. The highest price paid for COUNTRY
PRODUCE in exchange (or Uoods. I May 471. ly.
mn. duhsbooh. A. M. Dcbsboob.
II . DUNSHOOB & S.ON,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FURNITURE, to-witicnAlRV, TABLES. BURKAS, BEDSTE ADS , fto., tc,
At tbeir SALE ROOJS in
McCOyrN-ELSVILLK AND MALTA.
K. B. They employ none but Cret-claas mechanic, and warrant all their work. Their
Platform ia : "Good work, good jay and low prices I" April 21, 1871 Sm..
UNDERTAKERS!
B. D. JOHNSON & CO.,
Korth-Easl corner or Centre and Penn Streets,
McCOXXELSVILLE, OHIO,
Keep'constantly on haod a complete assortment of (JoCins. Burial Cases, &c, and have
in their employ Robert A. Pinkerton, who will make this department ol business a ipe
cialty. In connection with their bn'nera, tbey have G'.ted np first-class
LIVERY ESTABLISHMKlNT,
And are prepared tf furnish all patrons with whatever they may wont in their LINE.
May 12, 1871 ly.
The lasii & Ioor Factory,
McConnelsville, Ohio,
Furnishes o order FLOORING, WEATHER BOARDING, S'DINO, CEILING
SASH, SnUTTERS, BLINDS & DOORS, BOX & COMilON WIN
DOW FRAMES, BRACKETS,' BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaining & Matching-, Scroll Sawing & Rlppln? Done to Order.
' Oak, Poplar and Tine Lumber boueht and eolJ.
April 21, 1871 ly H. M. WELLS, SoperinUndenL
Dealer in flats and Caps, on Center St.,'eastof Tub. Square, McConnelsville, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Hatest Styles of ET.ATS and CAPS !
SEW GOODS Received IT 1 13a Every Change In the Seasons I
EVEEYTHISG SOLD LOW TOR CASH ! S
SSf The EugheH Cash Priea paid for MinkSkunk, and Coon Skins I
April 21, 1871-ly.
Grocery and Fro vision tore !
D. & CYW. MUMMEY have on band, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, JOLASSES, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
and also
Keep a Full Supply ot AH Kinds of Provisions in this Market
N. B. Their Meat Market is open at all hours of the dev. None but the
best of Cattle killed, and consequently their beef is always of the best quality,
fiour soiu Dy me sacK at me lowest rates. (April 21, JSil ly.
Dry Goods ! JDry Goods !
W. I1. & C. McCARTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
Jfolioiw Ladies' Dress Ccsds ladies' Shuts Etc
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JcCon
neisvme, vnio..
N. B. None but the very best Quality of eoods of anv kind ever kent nn
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies Dress Goods mado a SPEC!
AH X. April 21. 1371-lv.
Boots and Alices!
T. G. VEATCUY
MAN CFACTUREK OP BOOTS AND SHOES, Odd Felloe Ecildixo;
Cn Jtfls c:reet, McUonnelsvule, Vhw.
Boots and Shoea, for Ladies, Gents, and Children, manufactured to order on the hort
est possible notice. None bat the nest of Stock worked, and a fit alwavt enarantced.
A (jOOD ASSORTMENT or Boots and Shoes always on hand for those who want to
buy ready-made work. lfA.COCLlNG done neatly and warranted to rive perfect
saiuiuction. uive me a call. x. v. ViSATCu.
June SOih, 1871; .
South side of Center St, three doors East of Publia Squcre, JcConnelsvlIle, 0.
DKlLtU i.v
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES. ST07E TRIMMINGS, CUTLE
JMA1.L&, uia&s, iu.uuB, &c, &o.
N. B. Agent for the sale of the "Acme Jlower & Reaper." an improvement
nn IhaTllTnUT ntnh PnVAIlniVAKOl eaf :sfaf itfn Lot .Anenm fin ? 1 ,r7 1 1..
T.
in
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cimt
McConnelsville, Ohio.
o
Cfoffyfyq, fief's rttfmshlnq coD$, &c, &c.
Aug. 4, 1871-ei
9
AMOB BEADY,
North side of Center C'L, between East and Penn Sta., McConnclaville, Ohio,
Has Always to ocer to asis Customers tne Best Qualities or
leas, Coffees, 8qgaW, einstfs, twi Jfcettjifeg
N.B.
hand,
Flour by the sack, and ill kinds cf provisions, in the merlTet, ijwas
Frices to suit the times. Ilpril 21, JS71 ly.
JOHN ALEXANDER
We keep onands. and are constantly receiving
LARGE STOCKS OF DKUGS AND ItlEDICINES!
We have, also, an extensive lineofPAlN IS. DYE STUFFS, OILS and 1UU6U
ES, all of which we offer to tbe Public a: the lowest market rates. Abo, we Invite
our customers to call and examine onr large and well selected
STOCK OB1 WALL PAPER!
WHICH WE ARE SELLING EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
April 28th, 1871-ly. ALEXANDER,
VI. L1IBEBT k CO.
BIG GUN!
11 IT
IHH!
WM. LAMBERT & CO'S
2STEW YORK CITY ST ORE.
AMM
One year has rolled aroood since w wtablishfd the New York Matket for Dry
Uoods in Zanesfille. Onr snccefs has never been rqnaled in the history of the tradt.
All opposition has vanished like dew before the ano.
50,000 TMds oiliest Bark Triiiti to It Sold at only Ten CenU per Tard !
5.000 Iwdi Of Prints to It Sold at five, Six and EifM lenii per lard I
Merchants ay we cannot afford to sell goods so cheap; thnt w must fail. We re
peat; have no anxiety for ns. HaTing been established FORI Y years in New Tcrk,
and with a wide experience in the market, we kuow we can sell cheaper, and at iK maVa
money, than any other house in Zunesville.
Attention to OUR DRESS GOODS STOCK
glegwf Pie of fill ilia -DssihiMe Fabrics 1
I
Frow Frow Toplim.
Hagdalia Poplins.
Tycoon Repps, Plaids, It.
Japanese Silks, in ail tnhtu
Merinos, Empress llotis.
Ttrambo Poplins in colors
Onr Clack Silk and Alpaca Stock Is Complete.
Heavy Groa Grain Bilks at
Double-fold Black Alpaca at
tl 0.
20.25, 30,40 and SO couU.
CASSIMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS I
20,000 yards of Flannels from 20 eents per yard np.
1O.O0O yards of Jeans from 2U. 25, 30, 40 and 50 cents per yard op.
Cassluieres ia every variety to soit the purchaser.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and ATattings.
Until farther notice, we will continue to sell our CarpeU at OLD FRICES, not
wilbstauUiug tbe heavy advance of 20 per cent in wool.
ALWAYS ON HAND
A full line of Table Damasks, Linens, Canton Flannels. Checks, Denams,
Iland kerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons, Trimmings, and Notions in generaL
Shawls, both Single and Double in vartety.
Muslins retailed at Manufacturers prices.
WM. LA1IBERT& C0 ,"1
New York City Store, Corner of Main & Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 523,
(Jrenwich St., N. Y.
N.B. Our trade is confined to Retailing alone, and wa do not solicit 'Wholesalo
trade.
Sept. 22, 1871 3m.
SEW ADVERTISOESTS, ie.
LEGAL XOTICE.
Winiem Birtlsll and Maria Uirtltell, Da
vid Whito and Lucy White, all f whom
reaide in tha connty of Lynn, in the State
of Iowa, will take notice that Edward Loch
ry and Clementina Lochry, his wife, did,
on the 31stdayof August, A. D., 1S71, file
their petition in the Clerk's office of the
Court of Common Pleaa for Morgan connty,
Ohio, asking for partition in the following
described real estate, aituate in the county
of Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit : Be
ing all that part of lots no. ninety -eight
(98), ninety-nine (99), and one hundred
(100), lying southofthe Muskingum rixer,
m Town no. nine (), Kange eleven vii),
Muskingum allotlment, Ohio Company's
Purchase. Also, 2S.93 acres in the south
east part of lot no. ninety-seven (97), in
said Town, Range and Allottment. bound
ed and described az follows,: to-wit : Ee-
cinninc at the South-east corner of said lot,
thence running with the east line thereof
33.12 chains to a corner standing on said
line, 1.87 chains south of Mufkingum river,
thence west 8.75 chains to a atone, tnenre
south 33.12 chains to a stone on the south
line of said lot, thence east 8.75 chains to
the place of beginning, excepting from the
Inst above described tract or parcel the fol
lowing : Beginning for a description of
the same on the west line of said tract a-
bout forty rods from the North-west cor
ner thereof, and about one rod South of a
walnut, 12 inches in diameter, standing on
said line, thence running east 20 rods,
thence running south 20 rods, thence run
ning west 20 rods to said line, thence run
ning north 20 rods on said line to the place
of beginaing, and being tbe premises upon
hich petitioners now reside, the whole of
aforesaid premises containing about 103.93
acros be the same more or less. The peti
tion will be for hearing at the next term
of the Court of Common Pleas or Jiorgan
County, Ohio.
and CLEJfESTISA LOCHRY.
By J. T. Cbiw, their Attorney.
Sept. 29, 1871 Sw.
SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION.
In obedience to the requisition of an art
of the General Assembly of tha State of
Ohio, passed May list, 152, 1 hereby give
notice to the electors of Morgan County,
that tbey assemble in their respective
Townships at the usual places of holding
elections merein, on lot
Second Tuesday ot October
Kcxr.
being lie 10th day of said coalh, there and
then to yote for one Governor ot State, oaa
Lient. Gevarnor. one Supreme Judire. one
Treasurer, one Auditor, one Attorney Gen
eral, one ?Ie:uber Beard of Public Works,
ono School Commissioner, one Clerk cf Su
premo Court, one Jud;a Ccmuon Pleas
Court, for the first subdivision of the
Eicnht Judicial District, one Senator, for
tha I1th Senatorial District, one Represen
tative, ona Clerfc, one Sheriff, one Auditor,
one Surveyor, one Commissioner, one In
firmary Director ami ona Coroner.
The electors cf Morgan County ere far
ther notified that tbe question of holding k
Convention to revise, alter, cr amend the
Constitution of the Bute is submitted to
them. Those ia favor of holdinj said
Constitutional Convention will s&y,
their ballots :
Ceaiiiaiioncl CaatcaUMie "T2S I"
Tboro opposed to holding said Cocu
Hon will say, on thair ballots :
GitHtKticmal Cintetici : "JO
Tli Trustees of the several townsLiis of
usrean County will, oa the cams day. el
ect ana return to tne conn or uommon
Pitas, the following number of Jurors, to
wit : Bloom, 4, Bristol 7, Center 7, Deer
field 6, HomerS, Malta 9, Manchester 4,
Marion II, Meigavilie 7, Morgan 12, Penn
, I nion 8, Windsor 12, Xork i.
brvenender my band this 13th nay of
:ptei iper, A. D..1871.
A. D HAVE;iR. LUiiS of oscan
connty, 0:115.
tept.23. Mil 3.
AMEK1CAN. HOTEL,
Corner market & Stb Streets,
WM. GETZ, Tsopbietob,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO. .
3. Livery SUbles attached to Hotel.-,
Junes, 187 1 U.
J-E.
UIS1XES9 CARDS.
May be found at his otlice on
THE SOIT1I-WEST COR.VER
or TH
TPnblio Square
M'CONNELSVlLLE, OHIO
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
IT. TL. TRTTE.
Physician & Surgeon,
M'CONNELSYiLLE, OHIO,
Treats all forms of acnte and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Call? promptly attended to, and char""
reasonable. OFFICE : in Morris' Kw
Building, on Center street, where he
will be found when not professionally en??.,
ed. f Feb. 3d, 1371.
James Miley,
MAXETAoITRIR OF
e- BOOTS AND S110ES, 12
Opposite Blummey's Grocery
Store,
On Center' St McConnelsville, O.
S3 Special attention given to C bb-
ling. Patronage solicited.
given; ujpi
That JOIIJr RTAX U the E::ST
COI1BLER ever in McCO.W'ELS
T1LLE. He has constantly on hand a good assort
mentofFine and Stogie Boots, of his own
manufacture, which he ia offering at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call et his
establishment on North-west corner of Pub
lio square, McConnelsville, Ohio.
Bept. 18, 1370-1 J.
J. T. CREW)
Attorney and Counsellor
-A.T LAW.
ircoxyELsriLZE, omo.
aayOffice in the southeast corner of Court
House, second floor. Will practice in ta
counties ot Morgan, Athens, and Washing
ton. luiy r, n. -
F. Vf. MOORE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
LAW.
T
3T" Will practice in the counties ef Mor
gan and Noble.
OFFICE in the southeast corner efCurt
House, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7, 1871.
HANNA. En. M. KENNEDY,
HANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'SAND COUNSELLORS
ATLAW,
On Center Street, near tha Public Square,
il'CONELSYLLLB, OHIO.
Special attention given to Collec
tions; will practice in Morgan, Athena, No
Die, Msi.uiinaiiuaaiiuuigiui counuei
J3. 1, 1S71 tf.
T1IK mEMIi!) SfiiiUiia
G&m& BROCKS,
EiaviT DARtntOTos, CspUcin,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tweeu Zanc3vill9 tnd Fitisbur?, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday moaning?; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
-3 o'clock.
August 19th, 1370 So.
AST GALLERY.
T, C. TItESIZE
asks the public to call and examine hi
specimen, 1 notagrapas, lerrotypes, im-
trotypes, Uems. c, ac, wnicn cannoi os
surpassed anywhere. Ha has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one can be ac
comodated with tbe finest of Oil Paintings
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone s gaaaier eaop, in j. v. otone a
Building, Contcr Street, M'tonneisvule.
Ohio.

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