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DRY GOODS STOCK
At fee atli t ts kisily fcvetwl W ia liberal patreatf. vs aave eadeev.
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IREAT BARGAINS
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Sttgte tafl Bonbte Sfcairb,
WATER-PROOFS, CASS1MERES, &C.
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS
laving beeD purchase! BEFORE the advanci In
a. nniRmin bf.ji rrrro uaji sell them tt cheapest!
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2"orth.-East Corner of ATain & Third Streets.
McCONNELL, EMERSOX, 4 HARRIS.
Z.aeeville, Ohio, S'. 22. 1871 3-n.
ui!i.i:ss AUTICES.
WANTED. A girl or voman to
do housework, cun find a good place,
permanent situation and good w
ges by calling on TV. A. Sill.
II at s and Bonnets, trimmed in
the East, at II ALLIUAY'S.
Sash Ribbons, Roman IMihon.
and Ribbons of any color and width,
at HalliduyV.
NEW STOCK of Boot and Shoes
t CLARKE, CORNER WALKKk'S.
A larpe Btock of Shell Jewelry
just received at HA LLI DAY'S.
; "Why, that is really a nice fit
you have, Jake; where did yoa get
that suit, a. New York, I suppose?"
Iso. air-e-e. I got it at
T. 1). CliKADLE S."
FIFTY DOZEN Dais and Bon-
oetsjoet received at C. Li. Hall's
Shawlsand Skirts at Stone's.
Go toSill's for FuruikLiug CckkIs o!
any description. -
J. B. STtOv'B keeps a" full line of
real genuine Buffalo work for men wo
men and children, for which he can
chow the papers.
BB-The best R AZORS are sold at
ADAIR'S Book Store. They keep a
targe stock and only first class Goods.
Foa Suspenders ai.d underwear
clothing go to Sill a.
FOR Trunks, Valises, ic, call on
C. L. HALL, Bell Street, Malta-
Foa the latest stylus of Lane Col.
Jars cull on G.E. 11 ALLIDA Y &. CO.
IV' ew Slock rsiatloncry,
Of the best brands in the market, re
ceived every week at ADAIR'S Book
8tore. This firm keep the ouly com
plete and cood line of Statioskrv in
(he County. G and see for yourselves.
.Old fashioned spun-roll tobacco,
a gocd article, ut 1. Sweeney's
OSTRICH PLUMES, Feathers
and Flo wets; at C. L. HALL'S-
Giti us atrial, on shawls and "Star"
shirts, at bill s.
Silvkb and Silver-plsttd ware of elt
g act 6nifh. at H. B. Vincent k tiro's.
BASE ntLI.SH
Kew lot of BASE BALLS of the best
quality manufactured, just received
at ADAIR'S Book Store.
The best assortment of smoking
ana chewing tobacco &lwayn on
hand at P. Sweeney's.
GO over to C. L. Hall's and ex
amine his new stock of Ladies Furs
c .
Switches,;
Head Nets, Corset, Mohair Swi
Ladies and Childrens' Hosiery, fchawU,
Ac- at Sill's.
YxtVETiEirs in all varieties at
XIallidat's. Also the "La Pris
cesb" Felt Skirt.
The only first-class line of Silks and
Alpacas is at stone's.
Sabbath School Cards!
New supp'y of Sabbath School Cards
received at A D A I R'o Book Store recent
ly. They have an excellent variety of
these Goods.
Ladies' Slippers at a reduction at
Stone's.
RIBBONS, in all rarieties, the
latest styles, at C. L. HALL'S.
"LoroBrahch," 'Lndy Franklin"
ad "Waterloo" Shawls, at Hallt-
Jcbt reeeived, a fall stock of
Soots, Shots, Gaitsrs, Slippers, Bus
kins, and BrogSDt, which will bs
old ekMB at tba caaa Start af
,
Rt SI.YESS IVOTK ES.
Try Chcadle's clothing. Over
coats cheaper than ever.
OPERA. CHAINS, of the latest
styles and warranted to be as fine
as represented, at Vincent's.
Juvenile Rook I
New and late JcvExrLK Boors just re
ceived at AD A IK'S Book Store. They
keep a good and attractive stock of
these publications, and sell them as
low as they can te purchased anywhere.
VTc intend offering, for the coming
weeks, to the people of McConnels
ville and Malta, GREAT BARGAINS
wi Summer Dress ioods, Poplins, Pi
ues, linens, urenaaines, c.
J. B. STONE.
Vl. Additional fresh supplies of
SCHOOL, ROOKS received at A
1'AIR S Book Store every week. They
are m constant receipt of these Goods.
and are the only Rook House in the
County. I hey sell at the lowest rates.
SIYTY-FIVE CENTS will buy
pound of good No. 1 Navy Tobacco
at tr. ftweeney s.
GOLD WATCHES!
LADY B AIM LETT!
LADY ELGIN !
SWISS WATCHES!
Of the latest designs in casos; and
finest quality of movements.
H. B. VINCENT k BKO.
Splendid lot oflVevT Goods
Just received at A DAI R'S Book Store
embracing everything in the Book and
Stationert line and an excellent assort
ment of Notioxs and Fasct Goods, Pock
et Books, &c. Everybody wanting any
thing in this line should make it i
point to visit this establishment and
make their purchases here, where they
will find an elegant assortment at low
figures, and the only complete stock of
iiiese uooas in town, uo and see.
I, A large and varied stock of No
tions and fancy Goods at hvone s.
A ew Prints and Dress Goods iust
opened at Mil s.
Go and look at the cheap Dress
uoods at atone s.
More New Goods Watches,
Chains, 1 ins, Kings, ic, receivea
this week at Vincent's. Give them
a call.
Fret.li Supplies
Of Gold Paper, Lead Prxcim, Ptekl
Pens, Books or Engraved Drafts, Pat
son's Ikdkliblk Iks, Bkistol Board, Bill
Books, Pocket Books, Pookkt Le doers,
Memoraxdlms, Slates, Steatite Pencils,
olatk jtkkcil obarpekeks, and iiosui oi
r, , c"
Book Store.
Fcll assortment of everything in
the line of Silver Ware suitable for
Anniversary or Wedding presents.
H. B. VINCENT & BRO.
Bisnop Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Nain
sooks, Tarlatons, Swiss, Jaconets, Piq--
ues,Ao., at Stone s.
A immense stock of cloths and
cassimeresof the very latest and most
attractive nnttprna illt rpppiVArl
These goods were selected by Mr.
Walker, whose large experience am
j ply qualifies him for making the very
nest selections. lliey have been
bought in New York for cash down
and we claim to be able to offer the
very best inducements in style and
price. Come and see.
CLARKE, CORNER WALKER.
"STAR,, Shirts, Socks, Suspenders,
and underwear inelegant assortment
at dill's.
A la bob start of Ladies' BatktU '
aU aU attar krada, at fWl t.
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THE INDEPENDENT.
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M'CONHXLSVILLE. OHIO :
rmAT oci. m, isti.
TERMS
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
Oao copy, year, rash
1st mwmmtt, $3.00
TO CLTJB3.
To CInoa of Its, or spwsri,
acta scrlber, l.&0
19 For want of rpace Railroad
communication, handed as at a late
boar, meat lay orer sntil next week.
Court of Common Fleas trill con
vene o Wednesday next Judge
Wood on lbs bench.
Tax brick work on the new Bap
tist Ch nrch is now completed, and
about ready for roofing, which will
be of sl&to
A new Ptock and fino variety of
p0ckit Knives just recoiled at a
SJAiii a book store.
Thi Baptist Sociable will be held
at Mr. J. M. Wilson's, on Thursday
eveninc, Oct. 12th. A cordial in
ritalion is extended to all.
M a Moeis Jf cDaniel has conclu
ded not logo West and will con
tinue in business here. Wonder if
onr prospective Railroad had any
thing to do in changing his mind?
Tni excavation for Morris' now
brick block, on the eouth-eaht cor.
ncrof the Public Square, has been
going on vigorously t'er some time,
and a large hole has been made.
James Watkins, Sen., and lady,
are the happy parents of a pa'.r of j
twins, a boy and girl, born last
Sunday morning.
Robert A. Fixkerton, and wife
returned from their Western visit
on Tuesday evening last, coming
down from Zanesville in the mailt
wagon. Mr. Pinkertofi is greatly
!vf..J Ua Vr net aanl tltirtlrc'
I'lVBPUU Willi fctlC M inn, un "'-
it a beautiful country, and the peo
ple full of energy, and driving bu
siness on a fast line.
B&Mc8". Adair Bros, purchased
on Sutuiday last, n largo stock of
WALL PAPER from the largest
manufacturing house in New York.
Their patterns for the Fall trade arc
superb, and far ahead ofar.ylhmg
in this place, and at very low prices.
The O.K. Base Ball Clnb, o!
Zne6viHo, not satisfied with the
score made against them by the
Hickory's, of this place, last week,
ere trying to negotiate another
came to bo played in Aanesviiio.
But our boys aro content to
abide the rcsnlt of the deci
sion game last played, and will
probably not go to Zmesvillo this
season.
It is a matter, worlhy of notice,
that there were fewer drunken per
sons upon the Fair Grounds last
week than usual. Ibis was too
pleasing result of the rule adopted
by tho Board ol JJ.rectors exclu
ding all intoxicating drinks from
sale on the Grounds.
Navigation between this place
and Z.inesville was disturbed the
early part of this week, by the wa-1
ter being drawn off tho liiylorsvil!e
Canal in order to clean oit a sand- J
bar whi':h had caused some trouble;
recently in the present low 6U.te ol
the water, in passing that point.
The interruption was cf hut two or
three days duration, and iho "Mink"
resumed her trips on Wednesday
morning last.
E J. Hiatt & Bros., of Marion
township, represented this County
in sheep husbandry at the State
Fair fast week, with an excellent
flock of Merinos. They hkvc, also,
been ia attendance at the Northern
Ohio Fair, where they were award
ed premiums, and intend to visit
some of the County Fairs yet to be
hold in thisStato. They are enter
prising Sheep growers, and a trod it
le Morgan Counly.
The Democratic headquarters, in
this place, are undergoing the in
fliction of a "new departure" ride
the new roof and projection on
Judge Hanna's Law Office. Truly,
this departure m.inia is contagious.
We concede that it has a good !
feet on old buiIdingH. but how the
Democracy will relish it can best
be told after Tuesday next.
Dick Kngle, of Chesterfield, was
the Fair, as advertised, and was
successful m tho premium lino as
usual taking the premium on nil
the goods that he entered, if wo may
except one saddlo. This saiMIe, by
mistake, had the wrong ticket on
and the Committee very wrong-
fully refused to allow the mistake
be rectified. We command that
the Board takd this matter into
consideration.
Walter M Buchanan, vt Wat-
erford, Wasbington County, had on
exhibition at our fair, ust week
thoronghbred, short-horned Bull,
Belled Will," three years old, that
weighed 2,300 pounds. He is a fine
animal, of beauiilul color and good
shape, and when two years old took
first premiums and sweepstakes
wherever exhibited. Mr. Buchan
an, also, had on exhibition a pure
Leicvster Buck, bred by iho Earl
South Essex, two years old, and
weighing 300 pounds.
,
of
vo-operation
of
not
the
the
C00m.Pll,h
vatoainr.
Editor Independent: The active
part taken in the election for offi
cers of the Morgan County Agricul
tural .Society, on the 29ih nil., by
prominent Fish and J'ool Mer
chant, of this township, and the
treachery and perfidy of the Treas
urer of that Society, and the Senior
editor of tho Herald, demands the
severest rebuke of all friends of the
Society. Those men while profes
sing friendship for the President of
Society, took occasion to stab
him in the back, for- the pnrpose of
furthering their own selfish ends.
feel that the Society has met
with a great misfortune in this elec
tion, as no one man nns contribned
much or so faithfully labored for
welfare of the Society as the
outgoing President. Men who tbu
resort to such disnonoraoie means
this trio have been guilty of, to1
accomplish a purple, require 1
H liRTI iLK
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1
171.
FAIR.
of
The sinttetnth annual Tair of tkt
Morgan County Agricaltaral Soci
ety held last watk, was the largest,
moat interesting, and completely
ucctssful Fair, aver held in this
county, in all ol its ramifications.
Tba crowd in attendance was the
largest ever seen apon the Grounds,
aid bas been variously estimated at
from six to eight thousand persons
and soma people think that as ma
ny as ttn thousand parsons were
there on the last day. The raw,
chilly air, of the second day, kept
many persons from the Grounds,
but the last day was pleasant and
beautiful, and all ettmed to enjoy
themselves on the occasion of this
annual re-union.
The entries numbered 1005 the
greatest number made since the for
mation of the Society, and 213 more
than were rocorded last year, while
receipts were about $1700 fullv
350 more than ever before realised,
and double that of many former
years.
The display of Fruit was very
large, and exceeded the expecta
tions of all, even though we remem
bered that the crop had been a pro
life one this year. Tho quantity
of Quinces was, certainly, without
precedent, and of splendid quality.
Floral Hall was filled with articles
of Domestic Manufacture, and a
good variety of Flowers, Paintings.
Fancy Work, sc., tended to make
this placo quito attractive. The
tasting Committee surely bad all that
they wanted to do, without need of
adjourning for dinner, as we never
saw aj mii:h provender at any one
of our Fairs, that the people wanted
a decision upon.
Farmer's Hall abounded in Cere
als and Vegetables creditable to ex
hibitors. Ihe Fumpmns, Squashes,
Beets, Onions, and other Vegeta
bles commanded universal atten
tion, a respect duo them on account ;
their ponly appearance In
Wheal, Oats, Rye, Timothy seed &c,
our Farmers are well represented:
the quantity and variety of Indian
Corn was unusually large, and of
superior qualiiy.
The number of horses on exhibi
tion wms, perhaps, greater than ev
er before, but, generally, not of as
good quality, or in as good condi
tion, as wo have seen at our Fairs
heretofore. A goodly number of
Males were, aleo, on the Gronuds,
and made a better exhibition in
this class than usual.
An increasing interest in Sheep
raising, at this time, encourage
our people to bring out their stock
in this class of animals, and the
show of Merinos, Leiccsters, Cotts-
wolds,A:e., was largo and creditable.
The Swine Department was well
represented, and of a superior
grade. This Class was a creditable
feature of theJFair.and evinces the
determination of our people to prr
pagate good stock, notwithstand
ing tho low condition ot the Hog
market.
The Cattle display was . smaller
than usual, but of an excellent
character. Thoso on exhibition
were regarded by our Cattlo judg
es as very much abovo the average.
The number ofOxeu present shows
an increasing interest in this class
work ani ma:s. .
Tho success of this exhibition
throughout is a matter of congrat
ulation to our citizens and the
Board merit the approbation of the
people of the county for their ear
nest and zealous labors to accom
plish th:s good result: But while
we spenk of the Board as a whole,
we miiht not omit to mention that
the unflagging and diligent labors
the President of the Sociity, per
haps contributed more to the suc
cess of the Fair than anything elso.
For weeks prior to the Fair he was
working linceasingly. in the inter
ests of the Society, soliciting the
of fiiends of the same,
sending out .outers all over this and
adjoining Counties, and correspond
ing with exhibitors and others in all
the Counties surrounding our own.
s9Hai'road matters aie in good
shape, and the entire co-operation of
people throughout the County on
ly is needed in order to make our part
the movement a success.
Brkkktt RosfcMosn, Ksq , of Cumber
land. Dr. I-'raxcis Kea, of Washington,
artd Mr. Gbkes, ot Freiport ').,
were here on yesterday, in consultation
with some of our zealous Railroad men,
what was done or talked about has
yet become public. But it is prob
able that something looking to.vardd
organization of the Company, on
first of next month, was under con
sideration.
MARRIED.
Sept. 28th, 1871, by Kev. C. W. Court
r'glit, at his residence in JcCon
nelsville, Ohio. Mr. James Ferguson,
of Hockine County, Ohio, and Miss
S'arah V. Bailey, of .Uorgan Co., Ohio.
Also, by the same, on same day, and
at same t lace, Jr. George V. Pa
vis, of Jefferson County, Ohio, and
Jliss Jahala Emerson, of this Coun
ty.
Also, bv the same, on same dav, and
at same place, Mr. Daniel J. Done-
hoo and .1iss Louisa E. Taylor, both
of tins t ounty.
Also bv the ame, at the residence of
tli6 bride's mother, Thursdav, Oct
5th, Mr. Welcome B. Chaniblin, and
Miss Emma Cunningham, both of
this Cornty.
Agricultural Notice.
The Board of Directors of the Morgan
County Agricultural Society will meet
at the Mayor s Ofhce, in McConnels
ville, on Jonday October 9, IS71, at
ten o clock, A.M., for the purpose of
reviewing me list ot awards at the late
Fair of the Society, and the transac
tion of such other business as may be
presented at the time A prompt and
ma attendance ot the .board is desired
By order of the President.
Jork S. Adaib, Secretary.
Oct 4, 1871. Iw
Lukena m Strong-.
Th lira has made Jarce addi
tions lo their vorkabopo, and are
now well prepared to manufacture
all kir.ds of work to order. Thev
have on hand a good assortment of
farm ard Express Wagons, two
spring, foar aprine, and platform
sprinj. Call and have your old job
repainted ana trimmed. AH work
warranted and charges reasonable.
pairing in woad work and black
mitbing respeotfolly solicited,
Bhor boT th Bridge, McConaala-
tiki, uum, t
oa
S3,
ear
RCCO.tf kCIJSTILLR nCSI.TEfia CJ4HUII.
V. ROBERTSON,
N. "W. Cor. of Pub-Squ McCoianelsTilleO.,
PraltV in
Birii,BnirjMi,rTmsi,rims,iiiBrni mmm rarrrat,
and
ar Physicians' Froeriptioal trf0ll y eompoQDdtd. and PainU mixtd loorirr.
April 11, 1871 It.
WO R LEY ADAMS.
F. U 'CAULKS.
mm a k&klsbs
Dealer in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. W. Corner East and Centre Streets)
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
NEW GOODS received reenVly. The highest pri.e paid for COUNTRY
PUODJCKinrxrhnceli.rGoods. IMsy 4,'"l. ly.
mil. DrnsBouR. A. M. Dmsmoob.
H. DVN83100R & SOWf
Keep on hand a very larga 6tock of
FCRNITCRF, tc-wit: VCU A IRs8, TABLES. ULTREAB, BEDSTEADS, le,4e.,
At h-ir KALK POO .J3 In
McCONNELSVILLE AND MALTA.
N. B. They employ rne but f.rt-cls mecbsnirt, and Waruct all
Platform in' "Good work, gooj j r anil low prices " Api
ihr ir work. Their
ril 11, 1S71 m.
UNDERTAKERS!
E, D. JOHiWSON & CO.,
Nortli-East corner of Centre and Perm Streets,
HcCOXXELSVILLE, OHIO,
Kwp eonint!y en hand a eomnlete assortment of C'-Sins, Burial Casey, 4c., and bare
in their employ Robert A. Pinkrrton. who will mike this d-pirnn-Dt ol business a spe
cial) v. In connection witu their tin-'nt-s. viey h.iTe u'led np brat-class
LIYBKY ESTABLISHMENT,
ArMaroprpparrd tn lurnish al! patrons wi h whatever they may want la their LING.
May 12, 171 ly.
.The Sash & Door Factory,
llcConntlsvi le, Ohio,
Famishes lo order FLOORING, WKATHKR BOARDING, S'DINQ, CEILING
SASU, SHUTTKRS, BLIND? & DOORS. BOX 4 COM JfON WIN
DOW FRAMES, ULACKE'S, BATTONS AND
MOULDINGS. ALSO,
Plaining & Matching:, Scroll Sawing Ripping Done to Order.
Oak, Toplar an! Tina Lumber bought and soM.
April 21. 1871 ly II. M. WELLS, SuptrintmJtnt.
IS.
Dealer in nats and Caps on Center St., east of Pub Square, McConnelsville.O.,
has on bauds, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very Latest Styles, of FT ATS and C-A.DPS !
JEW GOODS Received With Every Cbanxe In tfc Seasons !
t&- EVECTTniSG SOLD LOW FOR CASH !
1ST The IFiihest Cath Prices paid for Mink, Skunk, and Coon Skint I
April 2i, 1871 -ly.
Grocery anil Provision Store !
D. & C. W. MUM MEY Have on hand, at all times,
the best of
TEAS, COFFEE?, SUGARS." .VOLASSKS, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY,
- and also
Keep a Full Supply ol All Kind) or Provisions In Ibis Market.
N. B. Their Meat Market is open stall 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. 1871 -ly.
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !
W. II. & C. McCARTY, Dealers in Dry Goods,
o(iont Ladies' Drfss Codsf Las' SIio. Eic(j
On the North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JcCon-
nelfcville, Vhio.
N. B. None.but the verv best qualiiy of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. Ladies' Press Goods made a SPECI
ALTY. JApr-1 21, 187l-ly.
Boots and Shoes!
T. C. VEATCH,
MANUFACimEU OF BOOTS AND SIIOFS, Odd FftLow BctidWo,
(Jn hazt istrcet, McConnelsville. Ohio.
l'.ooti and Shoes, for Liiilie, Gent, and Children, tnnulxuinred to order on tbf short
est pniiilile nol !. None bnt Ihe net of Stock wor.rJ, and a Ct a'way, poarant-eO.
A GOOD AS80HI'v. ENTof It wii and Shoes alcaya on hand for lhos wt.o want to
buy ready-made woik. e!u COBBLING done neatly anj warrane-t to givo perfect
S'lieficiion. (lire me a cali. T. C VKA'l CH.
June 30'i, 1S7I.
R. L, i,E05lHIg,
South side of Center t, three doors East of public Square, icCoDnelsvllIe, 0.,
IibAlkb i.t
IIAKDWAHE, TIN WAKE, STOVES. STOVB TU1MM1XG3, CUTLE
JIY, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, ic., 4c.
N. B. Agent for the snle of tho "Acme Jower & Resper," an improvement
on the Climax, wiucn gave universal satisiiicuon last season. Ap. it 71-1 T-
T . D. CHEADLE,
9IEBC0ANT TAH0B,
jNXcConnelsville, Ohio.
-tf.
BET-ELJBia: ja: o.3r lie ec: sjz jslbl ye i
AMOS B2RADY,
North aide of Center St., between In6t and Tenn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
Ilaa Always lo Ofter lo 111m ntnter Ibe Kesf Qaallilrs or
usually found in a first-class Family Grocery.
B
nan
. Hour by the sack, aad all kinds of provisions, m the market, always
d. Trices to suit the times. l-April 21, 137J Jy.
JOHN ALEXANDER,
Wa kae oajhaada. aad are eoMtently rreeivinr
LARGE STOCKS OF I)TtUG8 AND MEDICINES!
Wio.it, aUo, satihMiM lnf r A13 19. 1TK SI'UJ'FS, OlUi aad Bat 09 H.
all of wbleb we i.ffer to ral at the lowstt market rstca. AJw. wa iavit
eettoawa te sail aad aaamiaeaar lae m& wall selected
STOCK OF WALL PAPER!
WHia vT ARK BbLLLsttf UOZSOINULT LOW.
7,
Wl- LULBIBT CO.
THE BIG GUN !
DRY G00I1S AT NEW I0RB PfiiGES!
WM . LAMBERT & CO'S
NEW YOEK CITY STORE.
SANESML
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mm.
On Tt t rolled arnnBd (Toe w artablttTiad Ua !7wYtf Carta b Orf
uooa io z.ane!lle. Uor f nccets lias nevtr iieen equate. M tM OHBVW Of (M i
aii uppuaiuua uos Tauianeu use flew otiore lue tun.
50,000 rsrdi of its: Dart TrinU to tie Sold it ally to Cuti jtj lut t
5.000 T"di H Prints Is le JoIJ it lixt, Six tii Hill ttlJ ftf tut t
Merchants say we cannot aff.'rd (o sell good so rVp ts 9 Btoat fa. fr v
pes; hare no anxiety for ua. Having been established FOKT J ysart la f
and with a ids experience in ile market, we knew we Can e!i Sbeaptr, M4 Slt3 aM
moDfj, lLaa any atlier hoiut iu Z mrsvilie.
Attention to OUR DRESS GOODS STOCS I
gfecjMi JSw of ftM ,Je SMs Furies I
Fraw Frow Poi.!int.
ilagdalia Poplins.
Tjcuuu Rrpps Plaids, t:
I
JtpaCfte lVit,lM U.wfart.
Tetaaia PcjIiM U
Our DIack Sllkataial Alpacsv Hack ! CotvyU.
Heavy Gros Cram Silki at
Coubla-fcld Biuck Alpaca at
fita
SO. IS, S9.4S aaaie
CASSiMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND tANIETS 1
20,000 yards of Flannels from 20 cents per yard tip.
10.O0O yards of Jeans from 20 25, 30, 40 and CO ctuti per yard an.
Cussiaieres in every variety to mil the purchaser.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings-
Until further cotice. we will continne to sell ear Carpet at OLD PWCJSSL ea
wiitis'atidiug ths heavy aJrauceuf 2ti per vent in wool.
ALWAYS ON HAND
A fullline ofTabli Damasks. Linens, Canton Flannels. Check. ZXaasaaav
Handkerchiefs, Uo-iery, Ribbonx, lrimmings, and Notions ia general.
Shawls, both single and Double in variety,
alushns retailed at Manufacturers prices. .
WiL LAMBERT A CO..
New York City Store, Corner of Main k Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 82
Greenwich St., N. Y.
K. B. Our trade lscoofined to Ketailmg alona. and wa da not solicit wlolese
trade.
Sept. tt. isnau.
NEW aDiKtTISGXE.YfS, le
LLU4L AOTICK.
'Williem Birdeell and Mara Rirdaell, Da
Tid White and Luct While. Albert White
and Nancy White, all of whom
reside in the cennty of Lynn, in the State
of Iowa, will take notice that E.lwoH Loeh
ry aud Clementina Lorhry. hi. wife, lid,
on ths SNtdayof August, A. I.,1371, file
their petition iu the Clerk' ottice of th.'
Court of Common Fleas for Morgan county,
Ohio, aakini' for partition in the following
described rcul e.tate. situate ia the counly
of Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit r Be
ire all that part of lots no. ninety -eight
ninetT-uine ('J9), and one hundred
(100), lying couihofihe Muakinenm river,
in Town no. nine (U), liange eleven (II),
)tu3kingum aliottinent, Ohio Company'.
Purchase. Also, 28.9s) acrea in the south-
cm pnrt of lot no. ninety-seven (a7), in
aaid T.iwn, nance anil A. lottment, bounn-
ed and described as follows,, to- wit : 1
ciunitj; at the South-east corner of said lot.
li.crce running with the east line thereof
33.1 J chains to a corner atandinz an said
line, 1.87 chains south of Muskingum ri Ter,
thence west S..5 chains to a stone, thencai
onth 3S.11 ehaiBa to a stone on the south!
linaof.sid lot, thence east B-76 chains to
the place of beginuing, excepting from the
last above described tract or parcel the fol
lowing : Beginning for a description of
the same oa the we.t line of raid tract a-
bout forty rode from tho JTorlh-west cor
ner thereof, ard about ou rod South of a
walnnt, 11 inches iu nismcter, standing on
.aid line, thence running east 30 rods,
thence running south 20 rods, thence run
ning west 30 rods to .aid line, thence run
ning north 30 rods on said line to the place
of beinainc, and being the premisra upon
which petitioners now reside, the whole of
aforesaid premises containing about 103.93
acres be the anine more or Jrss. The peti
tion will be for hearing at the next term
of the Court of Ceminoa Fleas of Aiorgaa
Couuty, Uhie.
ST) WART) tOCTTRT,
ar.J rLE.VEXTISA LOCUST.
ET 3. T. Cr, thair Attorney.
cpt. 10, iSH W.
Sllkinifr'a PatOCXAatATXO.f.
In obeiliencetn ths renjuilltlon of as act
of the General Assembly of the Blae of
Oh o, pa.sed May list. ISI1, 1 Hereby give
notice to the electors io Morgan County,
that tby assemble til th.tr respective
lownsntpiaitna o.ual place ol holding
electiona therein, on the
Secoad Tuesday of October
Kext,
beiagthe Itth day of said mneih, there and
then to vote for one Governor ot State, one
Lieut. Govrnor, oneSupreme Judge, one
Trea.urcr, one Auditor, one Attorney Gen
eral, one Member Board of Public Works,
one School Commiasioner, one Clerk ofSu
preme Court, one Judge Common Tleas
Court, for the first sub.diTi.ioo of the
Eigfiht Jcdicial Di.trint, one Senatcr, fr
the 14th 8euatorial Pistriet, one Represen
tative, one Clerk. oneSherilf. one Auditor,
one Surveyor, one Commissioner, one In
firmary Director arid one Coroner.
The electors of Morgan Count are fur
ther notified that the queatinn of holding a
Convention to revise, alu-r, or amend the
Constitutiou of the State is submitted to
them. Those in favor of koMins asid
Constitutional Convention will say, on
their ballots:
Constitutional CtrntJ "TE3 I"
Those oppoKd to holding said Conven
tion will say, on taeir ballots.
Constitutional Contention . '2f 0 f
The Trustee, of the several townithina of
Morgan County will, ou the same day, el
ect and return to the Court of Common.
Pleas, the following number of Juror., to-
it: ilioom, 4, Bristol T. Center T. r Gar
field 8, Homer 8, Malta 8. Manchester 4,
Marion 11, Meigaville 7, Morgan II, J ana
Union I, Windsor 13, Tor .
Uiveannder m v hand this 1MK dav of
Seekemper, A. 1..I8T1.
A. ! HATEjf EQ. afiar'S of X.rna
Ceaaty, Oau
api. n. i8nw.
AMEH1CAN. HOTEL.
Carr Market A SU) Itrecla.
WM. 6ETZ, Paoaaiiro,
rANzaviLUt, oaio.
eUkles
J-E.BAK5A.
HI' MS ESS tJARsi.
Mar be found at hieouieaoo.
THE MJtTll f tSX COUJISA
or tbb
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO
At all times, when not ab.aak oa Profee.
tonal husineaa.
Physician U Suxgoaa,
M'CQWELSYILLE, OHIO,
Treats a:l lornn of aeuie and aaraate
ilieav, on new and improved priociolca,-.
Culls prnmp'ly aitend'd to. endclaraee'
reaaonahle. OFFICE : in iljrr a' Sew
B'linl n. 00 Canter Street. wovfa a
will be found when not prorassiooa!:vetii
Ifab. S4. 13-71
James Riley.
nrrrimii er
tViBOOTS ANJ) SIICZS. -r
Oppoalt Sfauaaaay'a syrseer
tore
OnCtntet St., ittOmnelmiilU. a
W4- special attention (ivaa toCM.
ling. Fatronage iolir.itd.
GIVEN UP
That JOflt BTA.f !a the SCkT?
COBBLER ever iaMcCOJiJI
He has coBsttntly on htn J a food eaf
me nt ofFine and Stcrie boot, of hM . f
manufacture, which he is eSertsa? aa.
luwe.t CASH rates. Give bias a cell el .
establishment oa iforih-west corner vt
lie square, MeCouncIsvilla, Oaie.
6ept.l,ls:o-ly.
y. t. enrcw.
At(OTB7 . CeMIBwJle
irCOXXELSVfLLE. OBt
-01Eeein the aouta.aet cor oaf f O-.
liou.o. second floor. Will practice le
eount.as ol Morgan, Athens, tr.4 Wat f -ton.
f la I ,n
r. tt. Biooms,
ATTORNEY llfj) COUXSSlf
AT LAW,
fST Will practice tn the coeAisei
gaa and So hie
OTFICS In the southeast car as tCw
Ilnnse, MeCQ0lvUJe,0hio.
July T, 187L
Xn. H. ICJtrPT
HANNA & KENNEDY
Ant's am couinaisai
AT- IaAAV,
9a Center Street, aaa ihe fuklie .
MC055ELST1LLE. OUiu
its Special attention given te VaDa
lions; will practice in Horgaa, Athena, fi"
ble, Washington and Masking ubx coaati
Jan. 1. 1871 f.
oabhzs cnooir
Baavir Daauxcrea, Grwtetn,
Wilt make regalar weekly tripe
tween Zaaesviila aad Pittsburg, a
follows: LeaveeZaaefviUeatSo'clae
oa Tuesday aarai; and, rernraifSi
leave Pitwhurjea Saturday evenis.
t6o'iok.
Aagqal 19ta. inv-lca. '
JOIT GALLERY.
W, C. TKESIZK
MB the pnelie te call aad etsala
speeiasen Phaaafrapha. rerrrtype,
krotyrea, Oeasa. te., .. wklrfi eaaaet as
aw pa ea eel anywhere. Jfe has perfected aa-.
reageaeaw whereby any eve ran be at
oaaedaeed wiU the Aaest of Oil Palntinajt
n aleeatwe of India Ink Work. H one
va."eaaVB Saddler Chop, I J. C. n tone's
sjewen, jf-uwaaeawuM,

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