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BcCOmii, EHEaSM a HAiRIS.
THE LARGEST
and
THE
EAPEST
STOCK OF; -
FALL AMD WINTER
r y Cr O O d s y
"Ever shown in the City of Zancs-
.1- .
ville, can be seen at the I ew Store
Room of
IllIIlL HIMM18I
N. B. Corner MaindbSrcTSts.
Particular Attention Called teOnr Stock or
BLACK GK0-GRA1T SILKS,: -
COLORED HUSH POPLINS,
FRENCH MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AND THE BEST . :
37 and a half &'50o- BLlcriLricciS in tne City
.BROWN MUSLINS : t
j ....-. '. ' -
7, 8, 9 and 10c. per yard.
NEW STYLES OF CALICOES :
8, 0 and 10c. per yard."
Car Stoek ii
Eliewhere !
Fall and -Complete -Pease Coll and Examine Before. Bnjisg
a. Oct-13, 1871 tt
McCONNELL, EMERSON, & HARRIS,
Norlhbet Comer Main k 3rd Street.
-
-'
"itiifit i;r iiior
o
Notice Extraoriliitar j
I desire to siay to the citizens of
McConnelsvilIc, that 1 have the lar
gest and most complete assortment
of goods that can he found . in any
iilerciiant janoringr isuioiisnmeni
West of the Mountains. .
i :JIy -stock was selected ; with the
greatest of care, in order to meet the
demands of my patrons, and I refer
' with pleasure to those for whom I
- have already made garments, to
substantiate my statement.
A :I have a full line of the latest and
newest things in Coatings, and a
r- most complete assortment of Pants'
goods. ; "
In Suitings, I have Chevoits, Mel
tons, Kerseys, Hair Lines, &c.
' fn Over-coatings my stock is very
Tull and desirable. 1 desire to call
especial attention to my. Mosaic
Heavers. Alicv are, witnout ex
ception, the best goods ever offered
; ;in this marUet. -J"X
will! guarantee, to those who
v , will favor me with their trade, a per
fect fit and the best of work-at very
. treasonable prices. .
' L -Samples sent to those who wish
s them. Address, '
CliA SP. H. BARRETT,.
Temple of Fashion, Zanesville, O.
of
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than
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there
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1 HE INDEPENDENT.
JOSEPH A KELLY. EDI) " AKO rBOPttlETOR.
U'CONtfELSVILLE, O.HJO :
FR1DAT, .... Oct. 30, lSTt.
TEEMS
THIS PAPER.
1 SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, casta
lu advance, . $2.00
TO CLUBS.
To Clubs ot fire, or
each subscriber,
upward,
. $1.40
To Our Patrons.
: The Chicago fire bornt
establishment which was furnish
ing na our outside, and prevented
oar issuing last week. We have
received a letter from oar Chicago
publisher, and he state: that in a
bout three weeks ha will be able to
resume business. Until that- time
oor patrons will please Je lenient
Hn their ioonmrnts on t)ur paper.
J. C. Stose sends us a map of the
City ot at. Jjouis. 'lbank?.
Thjs next .meeting cf our- county
commissioners will be in December,
0 Back Ran: this eountv,-there
have been some reports ol eroallp.i
. Xauss B. ilcGrew has ' been
quite' HI, but is getting hotter.
Noticje new ...advertisements of
McCouncll, Emerson & Harris; also
Cbas. H. Barrott.
'J, II. Rv&k is doing the editorial
work on the Zanesville Courier.
Call on Cbas. L. Barrett when
you go 'to Zanesville, and get a new
suit of clothes.'
Jzsss B. Foulce m trying to en
liven the columns o! the Herald this
vieek. .."
XIcConnxll, Emerson & Hakris,
of.Zaes.ville.are eelling their goods
at the lowest figures possible. Soe
Adverlisraent.
out the '
Home Mabket. White ; wheat
Xfl.5 per bushel, red wheat.
$1 00, flour, $2 00 per sack, butter,
15 els. per pound, and eggs at from
18 to 20 eta. por dozen.
The Mite Society of the M. E
Church will be held at the . resi
dence of T.. D. Chcadle, Tuesday
evening.-OcL 23J. All are invitod
to attend. - .
Thr Democrat charges John 8. Aduir
with paffiug himself in oar last issae. It
it trae that Mr. Adair done some localis
ing fox our paper daring -our absence; bat
the article alluded to by the Dexwcrat wit
written by onrself before, we went iwir
Moreorer, tH statements in the article are
true and more than merited by Mr,
Adair.
A petition is lo be presented to
the Town-Council, by those own
ing property on Jefferson Street,
asking that it ot tbe Council,
but the Street-be improved. :
On Tuesday, the residence of A.
Irtndemore, of lriEtol . tp., with
almost the whole ot his household
gopds, were consumed by fire. .
Judge Wm. H Fbazieb, ofNoble
Uounty, who was appointed by Gov.
Hayes to fill out the unexpired
term of Judge Granger,' and who
has just been elected to that posi
tion for the next term, "commenced
bis official career here this week.
So far be has' given the best of
satisfaction.-: - ...
Large Apple. There is a "Fall
Pippin on exhibition at Adair's
Book Store, grown by -Samuel H.
Scott, of Windsor tp., weighing
one pound and eleven ounces, and
measuring sixteen inches id cir
cumference. Who can beat it ?
The vote for Representative in
Koble County is a tie,'. Lots wore
drawn as to who should bo the
Iacty man, and it resulted in favor
tbe Democrat. It turns out,
however, that there is no law for
such a proceeding when cnoosing a
Seprescntative, and tbe probability
that a new election will have to
held. -.
Court of common Pleas, of this
county, convened on the 11th,
Jadge F. w. Wood on the bench
will "hold until Tuesday, the 24th.
One hundroi and eight cases, civil
crinvnal, are for bearing.- The
Grand Jury adjourned on the 12th,
having Xound but lour indict
nenls two lor sellrng liquor and
tor assuit and battery.
The editors ef the Herald and
Democrat make a great deal of fuss
about not receiving compliment
aries to the Fair. If the President,
Secretary, Treasurer, and members
the Board can afford to pay their
way into the Fair Grounds, and
that of their families, wo should
think that editors who are interest
in the welfare of our county could
likewise. It tbe Board bad seen
proper, of its own volition, to corns
pliment the county press, it would
have been well enough; "but, when
is not tbe case, we think the
editors that growl about it belittle
profession. - : '
at
in
at
the
Go
ed,
THE RAILROAD.
It really begins to look as though
were going to have a flaij Road.
Peoplo talk ot the. matter all along
line as one of the settled facts.
They are doing much - more than
talk, too they are subscrib
ing quite liberally to build it, which
much more effective, than . talk.
On the 31st a Hail Road Mass
Meeting is to be held at Cumber
and on tbe 1st of .November,
will be one held at Seneca-
At tbe Senecaville Meeting,
will be an election of seven
Directors by the Stockholders. . .
Some tune, soon after the holding
tbe Senecaville Meeting, there
be one held bore.
now
all
Shocking Suicide.
Ga
A special to the Cincinnati
zette, of Wednesday, says :
ZANESVILLE, O., Oct. 17.
Charles Durbon, a youog lawyer
o( this city, while silting by the
side of his wife this evecing, who
was dying, turned" to the attending
physician and asked hira if bis wife
wasroally dying. - Being assured
that such was the ease, he stepped
to the foot of the bod, polled a pis
tot from his pocket and shot himself-
through the head, ' dying al
most instantly. His v wife diod in a
few minutes afterwards. 1
Mr. Dor ben was one of the most
promising young lawyers of Zanes
ville; and Ms wife was a step-grand
daughter of B. E Evans, her mai
den name having been Miss Lucy
Seaman, and she was born in this
place. Dnrben and b wife had
been married but a few months,
she being sick , witb the consump
tion when married.- - Her folki
were opposed to the marriage on
jcount ot her bad health, which
there was no prospect of improving,
but Durben said ho wanted to have
the privilege ot assisting in tftKing
care of ner wbile sbe did .Jive, and
conr equently they" were married
MARRIED.
On Monday-evening. Oct. ' Wh, 1871,
d iter. u. c-ooper, alt, Jerome .b.
Powell and Miss Lucy Adair, both
pi iucvonneisviiie.
By Rev. O. W. Coiirtright, on Thurs
day, Oct. 12th. at "he residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. JohnT. AlliHon
and Miss Nancy Trainer, both of Mus
kingum' County.
Also, by the same, on Tuesday, Oct
17th, at tbe residence of - brides par-
. enta. Mr. John K. McGonaslefand
Miss Nancy S.. McDonald,, both of
Morgan bounty, Ohio.. ;
DIED.
DAVIS. At bis room-- on Cass
avenue, on the 13th lnstP. M., of
apoplexy, .Thomas Jefferson Davis,
aged" forty-two years.
At the time ot his doath. and for
a long limo prior thereto, he was in
the employ of the at. Louis Trans
fer Company. He had, for a long
time contributed to the support of
an aged father" and . mother aDd
widowed sister. His body was
placed in tho hands of Mr. Smithers
to be sent by express to his aged
parents in Ohio. ,
J. be deceased was a man of strict
integrity, faithful and trustworthy
to bis employers, a good, son and
brother, a genial and generous com
panion among bis associates, loved
and respected where knowB, and
hi a untimely end will be., lolt by
many outside of the family circle.
St.JLouis Democrat, 14f4 inst
The deceased was a son of Henry
M. Davis, o&Malta tp., and a broth
er of F. A. Davis, of the Democrat.
The remains arrived here in due
time and were interred,' on Tues
day, in the McCoonolsville cemete
ry. The funeral took .-place from
the resideheoot Silas H. Davis.
BIS1AESS XOTICES.
Ladies' and Gents'- Kid Gloves in
colors, White 1 ies for parties, and fine
Notions' .generally at bill's. .
A lircjb and' comp'ete stock of the
very latest styles of Fall and Winter
goods' is being offered at Clarke, C or
ner& Walcer'a.
' The place to buy yourj clothing
one door east of Stitt's Shoe
Store- -CHEADLE'S,. r.-
A LARGE STOCK of Sfrell Jew
elry just received at C. L. HALL'S.
Evert man, young or old.' can be
supplied with anything he wants,' at
Sill's. The "Star" Shirt, the nicest
thing ont, is for sale there. -
FOR a beautifuf pair of Bracelets,
gO tO C XI. JiAIilj o.
Second arrival ot SHAWLS at
Hallidat & Co's. which . were
bought for CASH; and wit! be s6ld
tne very lowest casn prices, in
cluding Gray, Plaid, and "Striped
Shawls; also uray and Plaid Break
fast Shawls. . .
LADY ELGIN", tho favorite
watch of the Ladies. ' New designs
cases received this week. Ev
ery- watch warranted to give sat
isfaction. H. B. VINCENT & BRO
Look out for tbe largest stock of
Mink Furs ever brought to this
market, during tbe coming .week
Hallidat & Co's.
New and beautiful styles of Op
era Chain at v irHCk-vs.
A kiw and fresh supply of Dry
Goods just received and opened for
Fall trade, at Sill's. '
t- cents win tuy one ponna or
good Navy tobicco at- P. Sweeney's.
and see the tobacco. It is good and
sound and very cheap. ." t .
THE ELGIN WATCH; m fine
GOLD and SILVER caoes, at the
lowest cash prices, at H. B. Vin
cent & Bro'e. .
MUSIC FOR THE B0T3. A-
otber laage lot of Harps, all styles
siaes, from 25 cts. to $2 50, at
. H. B. VINCENT & BRO S.
A sx all lot of Chewins Shorts' to
bacco on hand at P. Sweeney's. 40
cents per pound.
The Raymond (Elgin) Watch is
used exclusively on the Pennsylva
nia Central. R. R.' It is consider
for hard service, the best watch
made in America. In Gold 6r Sil
cases. Jl. ii. Y LKCEXT&BKU,
THE best brands of Natural Leaf
tobacco always on hand at P. Swee
ney's, next door to Pott-office. 2w,
Lnkens und strong-.
Thic nira has made large addi
tions to their work-shops, and are
well prepared to manufacture
kinds of work to order. -They
have on band a good assortment of
Farm ard JSxpcess Wagons, two
spring, four spring, and platform
spring. Call and bave your old jobs
repaintod and trimmed. All work
warranted and charges reasonable.
Kepainng tn wood work and black
smithing respectfully solicited.".'
Shops' above tbe Bridge, McConnels-
vilo, Ohio.
Sept. 22, 18714 w.
mam, buziam co.
Cochran,
ozman,
G-flEoJ
SOfJTn-WEST SIDE Oaf TBE
ipublio
SQUAEE,
M'CONNELSYlTiLE. O.,
' Dealer in
HARDWARE,' HOUSE-FURNISHING
; GOODS,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
- Girea to the
Farming Implement
JMachinery Trade.
II
OWEKS&'REAPEKPI
SOLE AGEXTS .
in this locality for lha sal of the
Celebrated
O HE JO. ai P ION
Mowers & Reapers,
"W O ELD
Mower & Reaper,
and lb
ETJSSELL
Mower & Reaper,
mscriCTcaitsor
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stores in the country ; oil kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castinrs ; also Salt Kettles,
and Salt Flanges, Soglr Kettles, PoU, Grid
dles, Skillets, a boat twenty different pt-
rrus 01 riov i-oinis, Aiacnine Vastingti 101
Steamboats, Saw Mills. Suit Works. Mow-
era and Reapers ; also Cunt Iron 1'bimney
lops, window taps, cvliar Window u rat
ine , ana also cast iron .bees lor BcnooJ
Bouse uesks ana beats.
Tin-ware.
Have constantly on band, manufactured
their order, all
Trimming, Ac.
i Blacksmithing.
Sf annfacturers of Water Tweers, Mandril's,
B wedges, Ac, for Ulackstnitbs.
-Remember tbe Place :
Soth-west Side of the Public Square
M CONNELS VILLE, l.
mar.lS,1870-tf. .
TH32 IjVRQifeT
QUEENSWARE STORE
R. L. JENKINS,
IBP OtTER 11D 0I1LIK IX
QUEENSWARE I
CflLNAI
GLASS! A2H
EABTHEN TVAEE t
North side of Center street, between
East 'and Penn streets,
nflCcOonncisviiie Ohio.
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING JEN-
KIN'S ESTABLISHMENT ! f
1st . Jenkins imports his own goods
and is thereby able to undersell all I
who purchase at second hand.
He has the largest establish
' of
you
2nd.
ment, ana most complete variety
goods in trouth-Eastern Ohio, and '
are enabled to get just what you want!
do not bave to take just what you I
can get.
3rd.. Living amongst us, Jenkins
helps to build up the business of the
community, and it is no more than
right that community should build
him up instead of going off to Zanes
ville, or some sucn point to buy your
goods.
; -At Jenkiiis' in
pril 21, l?2-4f.
-
Wl- 1A1BEBT CO.
THE BIG GUN!
DM'iODUfinBffllS!
WM. LAMBERT & GO'S
1STEW YORK CITY STORE.'
ZANESVILLE, OHIO,
One year has rolled aroaad since ws established the New York Hvktt for Dry
Good in ZineTlIe. Our sncros bat neTr been equaled in lae history of tbe trade.
All opposition has vanished like dew before the sun.
50,000 Tirdi ef bcit Dark Print to U Sold it 01I7 Tta CeaU per Yard 1
5.000 T"ds Of Print! to It Sold at Fire, Six tod Eight tuti per Iir4 1
Merchants say we eaooot afford to sell goods so cheap: that we most (ail. W rv
pea: have do anxiety for m. Ilavios; been established FORTY years in Xew York.
Land with a wide experience in tbe market, we know we eaa sell cheaper, and still Bake
money, Uiaa any aiber house in zinesTiiie.
Attention to OUR DRESS GOODS STOCK 1
Prow Frow Poplins.
lagdalia Poplins.
Tycoon Repps, Plaids, le.
Japanese Silts, ia all colon.
Merinos, Empress Clolhs.
Terambo Poplins ia color.
Oar Blkik Silk, and Alpaca Slock la Complete.
Heary Gros Gram Silka at
rouble-feld Black Alpaca at
91 S.
30, J5, 30, 40 and Sf cents.
CASSIMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS !
90,000 yards of Flannels from 20 eenu pv yard np.
1O.O0O yards of lesns from 20, 25, 30, 40 and 50 cents per yard op.
C'usslmeres ia every variety to suit tbe purchaser.
Carpets,
Oil Cloths and 2klattings.
Until farther totice, we will continue to sell onr Carpets at OLD PRICES, aot
withstanding the heavy advance of 20 per cent in wool.
ALWAYS ON HAND
A full line of Table Damasks. Linens. Canton Flannels. Checks, Teutut
Handkerchiefs, Ho-iery, Ribbons, Trimmings, and Notions in general.
bnawls, both single and Doable in variety,
a! ushns retailed at Manufacturers prices.
"WM. LAMBERT CO..
New York City Store, Corner of Vain & Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 523,
Greenwich St., N. Y.
H. B. Our trade n confined to Ke tailing alone, and we d not solicit wholesale
trade. .... fSept. 13. 1871 3m.
Boots and Shoes!
T . C." VEATCII,
MANCFACTUREK OP BOOTS AND SHOES, OddFkxow Bciurso,
On East 6treet, McConnelsvxlle, Ohio. .
Boots and Shoes.'for Iadie, Gent, and Children, mannlaetared to order on tbe short'
est powible notice. None bat the nest of Stock worked, and a fit slwaya guaranteed.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT of B ots and Shoes slcaya oa band lor those who want to
bay ready-made work. BA.COBBL1NU done neatly and warranted to rive perfect
satisfaction. Give me a call. T. C. VEATCII.
June 30th, 1871. - ...
ilni. Dcasaooa. " A. M. Dcssuooa.
II. DUNS MOOR & SOW,
Keep on hand a very large Stock of
FUKNITUBE.to-wit :n.CH AIR8, TABLES, BfJREAS, BEDSTEADS, 4e, 4c,
At their SALE ROOJH in . . ,
McCONTSTEll.SVir.I.IS ISTD MALTA.
K. B. They employ none bat first-class mechanics, and warrant all their work,
"Uood wore, gooa iT ana low prices 1
Platform is :
AprU 21,
Their
1871 m.
C.ROBERTSON, ; .
"W. Cor. of Iub. Squ., IkXcCoanelsville, O.,
Pealer in
DiUGS, JEDIOXES, PURE LEADS, PU5TS, OES, DIES k DIE STUFFS, PEIFU1EII,
and
p9 Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and Paints mixed to order.
April Jl, 1871 ly.
The Sash & Door Factory,
- McConn'me' 0hl0' ""
Famishes to order FLOORING, WKATUER BOARDING, STDIG, CEILING
RASH 5FITTTTirTlS TtMXD? A-DOORS. BOX A COiJ JON VVItf-
0W FRAMES, BEACKETS, BATTONS AND
MOULDINtiS. ALSO,
PlalBlns; JtSlatcblnt;, Scroll Sawing: , Rlpplny Done to Order.
SF" Oak, Poplar and Pine Lumber bought and sold.
April 21, 1871 ly . H. M. WELLS, Superintendent. .
WORLEY "ADAMS.
F. M. KAHLER.
Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
(N. V. Corner East and Centre Streets) -
U'CONNELS VILLE, OHIO.
tb- NEW GOODS received regu'arly. The highest prite paid for COUNTRY
PRODUCE in exchange lor Goods. May 4,'7l. ly.
H. SPENCE,
Dealer in Hats and Caps, on Center St, east of Pub. Square, McConnelsville, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete a&aortment of the
Very Latest Styles of HATS and OAJPS I
&E1Y GOODS Received ITlth Every Clianse In the Seasons t
I EVEEITUnC SOLD 10W FOR CASH! -a
M&" The Higkrtt OuA Priet$ paid for MinkSkunk, and Coon Skins I
April 21, 1X71 -ly. .

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