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lOSETB A KELLY KOITOU AX1) PMK1CIOI.
M CCNN3LSVILLE, OHIO :
FEIDAY Oct. 2T. IS"M
TERMS
THIS PAPER.
., ; SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
,,:Onc coil), odd jtui', cash
In adiancr, . $2.CO
" " 41 - ' TO CLUB3."
' -1 To Clubs ot five, or upward,'
.. ' ; each NubKcriber, $1.50
APPOINTMENT OF ARTHUR
POND AUDITOR.
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t- .
h .. On Honday, the County Commis-
... Biouertt met la tho -Atdilor s Ouice
and appointod Arthur Pond, Coun-
- ,ty. Surveyor and School Examiner,
. to lbs position of County Auditor,
. to fill tho, vacai.cy occasioned by
., lue uoatn i j
j.. - This appom
..; ' great, deal f
- i'oilo wfng reas
lue death ot James li. Alcurew.
ntmcnt Las crested a
dissatisfaction, for the
following reasons : '
16L Pond was holding two t;fb-
.'. n ces. that ol County : Surveyor and
, ScliOQl.Esaminer, and just been ro
j, ,7 olected to that of Surveyor, and
;! -people , generally thought that
y,.l ; ,. those ought to bo enough to satisfy
.' ' ." any man's craving lor office for tho
u rt - . time being any way :
I'.. 2nd.,... 'J'bo Commissioners bynp-f."j-"?n
pcmtiDgPcnd, treated two"- meru
: :-' T0540?10. to be filled by appoint
''. raent, those of Surveyor and School
Examiner, thus pursuing a courts'
that -is antagonistic with our whole
system of ..tUoosiiig officers that
,. -our oiEeers shall bo choscu by Iho
: 3rd. 'Pond 'has been a citizen-
" ,', , ot this County but a few 3'eupi. and
" has been a Couuty ..officer ull . tho
, time he ba bieu a cititen, and ma
, , ; ny thought' it would be just as well
'' if soma one wha has been longer
identified with tho interests of the
, .' County had been appointed. --!
''.,' ' - 4lb... The Commissioners in up
' pointing Fond, snowed ho disposi
'. lion to ascertain whom tlw people
" wanted to fiil this vacancy. ? Tbey
.' met, hurried , the matter through,
, consulted no one, except it may be
D. C Pinkerton, and would hearken
. unto no one, bat used their power
to do as they pleased, irrespective
01 the wishes of tho people.
5th. While Pond's claims were
l; not urged by petitioners, the claims
' 01 Tbom3s Hammond, fin Icy itvan,
--' and John S Adair were Thomas
--Hammond having eighty-nine pe
titioners asking for Lis appointment,
: man of whom were proinincut Ec
' publicans. ,
6tf'.. By appointing Pcnd, who
; never was a soldier, aud giving the
H petitions 'in favor of; Ryan aud
-Adair the cold shoulder, as they
did, the Commissioners ividcneed
'- f1tbcir want of sympathy with the
-Boldiers of the lato war.
- ' 7th.' It was evident (hat Pond
- was' tho Iling Candidate, and that,
'" mo matter what influence imht be
; " brought to bear in lavor of another,
- tbey were bound id appoint him.
'-" The Hoard ot Commissioners of
' ilornan County, consist of Joshua
'- Davis. -William H, .icctwangcr,
auil Goo. J. IIciidersin.r-Wo arc
: glad to Lo ublo to say that ouo of
these, Mr. Henderson, is r.ol rcspon-
hiblo lor this appointment.'. Ia fact,
;,; the -responsibility of his appoint.
1 ment reels inoro on Win. II. Xii-cs
1
' - ' "sioiier, than upba , any oilier man.
''"'-'"' "Heiuleiion was in favor of appoiutv
ring Finl-y Ryan as b"s fii-al choice.
" find would have supported any good
" ' rjnau bcTore bo' would Pond. JJ.-'-"'
c ; vis,' iiB a"mhttcr or courso, favored
;:-- Poii d, aud JCicoswauger, insiend o'
beedir.g tho advice of those that put
r " bim. in Lis present ' position, who
' s wanted him to ftand firm oh any
" 1 body but Pond, of tho. Itcpubli'-an
u -jj3njjt-; gave ' Pond the ; office.
' " ' ".Will the Eing now give Kiceswan
.u. -ger' tlio nomination for Cdinmis
:ri bioner? is the question.' .
Chicago and Western Relict.
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I!: .
: 1
j,' ' ,',Tbo -undersigned, . moved with
sympathy for tho suffovings of our
'j-.lillovv -beings of Chicago and the
, .north-west, cursod by , the late dis
' ', ustrous fire, "nnito in requesting a
, . meeting of-the titizens ot McCjiii
;' nol8?ille, 'altar.i and vicinity, to
take the subjoct into consideration,
I . and adopt such measures of rjlicf ai
'may bo doomed appropriate. Si'd
meding tp bo. Jield at tho. Town
Hail,' in . ilgConnclsvillo, on lilon
dav cve'riins next, at 7 o'clock :
R K RJfrell - N. M. WcLau-hlin,
Henry -Cooper,
- J. A. lu liy,
E. V. Cotlou.
Jeff Bachanan,
F. A, Porter,
.vVIVCnowt!;
JohnBrowii,
Ii. SLanlon,
. F. W. Wood,
J T. Crcv.
Wr, H. MtCarly,
Jus. Cornelius',
S.'Il. Fouts,
R- L. Morris;
Jno. Alexander,
Worley Adam?,
Arza Aldormau,
Adair Bros.,
: II. fc'pence,
Goo. E. llalliday,
Charles McCarly,
s! C. Brewster,
, C. M. Riborts
, A. D. Havener,
Wm, Foulko,
Newell Corner,
" E. M. Stanbery,
" II. L. Jones,
N. M. Bront.
15. F. Power,
J&6. Walkms,
AlcGuire, -
oP. K. McCue,
J. Cather,.
Enoch Dyo, r r .
-iC-U. Pond,.,..
. . ' Dt Mucuney,
r;.'rt, wakcfiiid,
Joshua lavis,
' Gt:o. JS: Corner, 'J
J. M. Eogors,
'EliShepard,
- John E. Hanoa,
C. L. Hall. '
: R. 1L Ii. Updiite,
. Arthur Pond,
D. C. Piakerton,
Ai Kahlor,
W. P. Sprague,
. .C. Hawkins,
.. S. B Tocom, ;
i ' J. B. Stone. ;
' II. M. Cochran,. .
A . J. F. Sonanstine,
' J Isaiah Kennisou,
C. L. Barker,
r IL McDaniel, ':
F. A. Davis,
T. H. Mort!ey,
Jno. Ewing,
W. N. Hambleton.
Mbb. May Ansa, wife of G, W.
White, of tji is place, died, on tbe
2 1st inst., ot paralysis, in her 53rd
yar. " She was born iu Jefferson
rinnntv. this. Stato, and bad been a
member of the Baptist Cuarch for
' many' years.. Tbo funeral services
or .vindncted by the Eov. James
TlArhert tX the Eockvillo Bnptiet
Church - n last- Sabbath, at II
If after which her re-1
wieKd in
mains worouuncu u
near by. .She had suffered from
.her affliction for two years preccd-,
ing ber deah. and .was. unablo to)
' move herself dariu2 , tbo wholo of
thattimo
Festival. On next luesday
evening, the Good Templars will
hold a Festival nt Morris' Hall. 'Ev
erybody is invited to attend- 4
Da Hambleton has bad posters
struck annoujeing his lecture at
tho Town Hall next Sabbath.
A OAtT.ON jug, hlk-d w;t'i wh:a
kvi carati to irrief on our streets ves-
terd:iy Two jjontlemen, who live
not a thousand miles .bolow here,
started home-ir. a bujy, jiist alter
!he shoffe'rand while driving ruth
cr fast, a in of wlrkt rolled
from beneath th. ec;.t when they
wcro juat opposite .Au'aii s l.0's
. They diftvc on. uncnncicus(
ofihcir io.-s, snd l)rW. JJ. liain-.
bloton gobbled up-tho jug,, found
out what was in it, and as nobody
that' vicinity wm dry, ho broke
it over Iho curb-stone, and now
livos lo toll of his v.nlarous action,
- '
Attorney General Tond cc-
cldes that there was no election ot
a lloprcsentativc iu Xoble Couuty,
and th.it a vacjnjy cun'i bo de
clared so as to iiavo arolher lec
lion ordered, before lLo meeting of
the next Lctgslatoro.
Attend tho Chicago and Wes
tern Eclief meeting, 10 bo bold in
Iho Town Hall ou "next ilonday
ovenmg. ; ' ' ' ','"'. - ' ' .
" Havin'O made arrancg:neni3 wiih
a 2cw York Company, to furnish
us our -outside, wo expect , to pre
sent a rospocUble ' looking paper
next woek.
TnK money eafe if iho Buckcyo
Be", blown up at Bjrcriy umctevn
years ago, was found in tho river
just above tho dam at that place a
few days since. It was opened and
nothing but mud was found in it.
It was Slid, at tto lime of tho acci
dent, that there wcro from 500 to
51,900 in tho safe, somo of It in spe
cie. It scorns, however, that th's
was a mistake, and that if there waa
any money i, H most have been all
in paper, which the years cf expos
ure bas rotted. As some pfiilics
were suspicioned of purloining tho
sfa cud its contents, it is well
that our presenl slate cf low water
has brought the whole inarter to
light.
James Ii McGkw, for ten years and
seven months last jast Auditor cf
this County, died, ol disease of the
briin. ra last Sabbath, at his residence
in this place, after an illness of about
two weeks,' aged 58 years, 3 months,
and 10 days. On 'I uesday, his re
mains were followed by an nnueually
largo procession to the Hopewell bury
ing ground, in Malta township, and
were interred. 'I he deceased was
born in Westmoreland County, Pa.,
and came to this 'State a little up
ward of twenty years ago, first settling
in Washington County," and next :u
this County- A few veavs alter ho be
came a citizen of thia County, he was
made County Surveyor, and filled the
position with great '.credit to himself
for two terms, and after which-he was
made County Auditor, which position
hehold at tho timeof his dcstjh..Vr,.
MeGrMv, by birth-riirht'" was a mem
ber of the Society of Friends, hut we
do not know that he professed to t-e
au earnest member of that Elicious
body. However, he possessed many
of the characteristics of thai pooyde,
ss was evident to all that knew bim.
While he was a plain, moral, economi
cal man in his habits, he was, aliOj Juil
of public spirit and benevolence. As
an ofh'eer, he was popular heyend ail
precedent in this I omity. I lie reason
for this was not eolelv because rT his
peculiar ability to perform the dtiijes
always correctly, but .because he was
accomodating nnd j'lst to men of ail
parties alike, when tlicy had business
with turn. Mr. Atctirew leaves a wue
and six children..
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For the Independent.
Westland Farmers' Club.
(and the Club jjroceedod to tho elee
..VlnfkA tion of a successor. T. J. Bingman
thoCemotarylwaselectedtOfm tho vacancy . Club
then ad, ourned td meet the Inst f-at-
, j Mnher Rt , oVlock v u
'jAMES H. KIN'SEY, Cor.
j r. Why can t we hear through
the County papers from Hoi ticult.iral-
its of experience. We wait. X.
Farmers' Club of West'and md nt
its rooms Sept 30r 1371, President
liallowell presidin?. Aftr the read
ing of the minutes of tlie previous
meeting, the President read an article
f.'om the O.io fuwr 011 tue Boc:al
unity of farmers A question sprang
up at the' end of the. reading of the
last r.i-licle. retwern J. liinfrman-
nnd E. Shields and was con tinued for
a corsidcrable Ien.eth of time, wi:h-a
fMv pertinent: remarks now and then
from other, member- The )U"stion
for regular diisoussion being called for,
the Secretary read 11 1:0m. ice min
utes: What is tlie most proiituoie
varietv of sr-Tles, and when is the
proper time to pick and the bcjiiode
of winlerin them T The discussion
wnsopenfd by J. Singnian. who went
on atsomeleng'-h lo give bis views of
tho dineicut varieuei (of wnicn tbe
Secretary failed to g i the names).
Tho speaker thought bo had had as
"ood success bv keepinjt in boxes in
his cell ir as in thin layers in bunks.
Joseph Mendenhatl had had but Utile
experience in raising and keeping
fruit. Taylor strode umixs mere :s
a good deal in .the season as regards
picking anples. lie tiicks and puld im
mediately iu boxes in his cellar, and
makes as lirtle handling an possime
do to preven t bruisina David Thomp
son picks as late as possible, and bur
ies them, ii Muelds went on to enu
merate his choice of apples rarnbo,
nenic, yellow bell-flowers, Johnston
sweet, Iiaw!e's jennet, Benoni, a good
keener, northern spy, russet, auJ ono
or two other varieties and gave his
views of the diSerent apples. J. Hal
lowell made remarks on the keeping of
apples, especially 'the russet penie,
and romanite as a preference. J. H.
Kinsey gave his experience in . keep
in!; app'es bv burying a trench of ap
ples in tho ordinary way, and another
on the same day under whicb a small
trench'was left running so as to convey
air to them. In the litter way the
applc?s kept well while tho others rot
ted, lae discussion nero De.-ame
rambiltig. ' Each member had hi
views of the different varieties of ap
ples, and the mods of keeping tho
same, and each member expressed his
vies with considerable fovea. Taylor
strode, in a very comic and laughable
mood suggested Iho idea that the Sec
retary be instructed not to send, to
the paners of the County that Presi
dent llallowtil was so much of an old
fogy as to still stick to the penie. ro
matiito and grindstone apples Here,
some one hving announced that the
librarian, J. V Jving, nad . resigned.
4j,e discus-sinn was brought to a close,
out.i.rn tho ' total abslincnco pledge
j uaiuouc people near.iiy co-opcra-Store,
ting a;id helping.. In fomo nes
the-are act uuiy ahead ot the Prol
jesaot thurohe. The clinngc-s
among the Catholics in lavor-of tcm
in pnram o n ikll h.snds and in nearly
fill waj-s, are remarkable signs of
tl-.e times.. We rejoice lo command
them in th t3 way, and nslc'tbem to
The Prohibition vote in the
State is now given by tho prees at
estimates running from 4,000 to
upward of 5,000. " - . -.
Ja's. Gummek, of Barttctt, wrifes
that tli6y--sueceded in - electing a
Prohibitionist Jusiicoot the Peace
in bis township.. .. . . ....
Tne Catholis priests rarely ever
make an)' opposition to tli6 work of
tho Ternpi'rance Allinnco in cjettin?
jiho children of tho public sell no's to
' In most eases tho ".gents fiiid tho
in operr to with us in every way 111
this t'rest work of pulling the dram
shop's temptations away from , our
streets and towns Boston News,
Philadelphia Live Stock
Market.
rair.AT;T.i.rHiA, Oct. 23. Beef
Cattle Aro dull. Sales mndo of
6,000 head as follows ; Extra rnrs
svlvania and Wotdern Steers at
Cjj, a fow 'IiOico at' 7c, fair to
good at 53,(360., and comnidu at 21
()r. per lb. '
Sheep Tho mnrkt ls firmer.
Sa-c w r m-ida of 15,000 head at
5j?.7e. per lb. "
jjoos Price? pre . uncbnnrod."
Sales were mado ol 4,000 head at SG
23725. :
Children's Knit Sacks at Halli -
dav & Co s.
I'Oit SALE OR P.EXT Secord
band ?owiug'Machino in good i nn
nine order, for sal very low, rent
byihe month.' U.S. V11.cj.1t &
Bro. -
Sixty Five cents wiil bnr threo
jilngs of trooil, 6weet navy tobnet-o,
or at "I5 conts per lng. w hich 5s
very cheap. Try it at P.: Sween
ey's, next door to the Po-t OfHco.
BLACK JEWEL1IV Tiart'c Jot
of Pins, Drops, Chains and Bracel
ets. AH felyh-s, ia1' ,t-l0s nrd prices,
wii! bo sold very low.,: II. B. Yin
cent i: Bio.
GET tho best Richmond Navy
Tobacco, i:cw giving tjood s.-.tisfac-tion-
' Go to P. Swooney's, next
door to the Toot OfSi-e. .
5IIELL JEVELRY Xew and
beautiful designs rn Shem. Jewflrt.
Piss, Dimp. and ChaCelets. II. B.
Vincent 4. Bro.
rwESTY-CENT plug fobf.CO a little
damaged, now selling for 10 cents
at P. Sweeney's. Try it.-
HOWARD and ELGIN WATCli
ES All grades. Call and examine
our stock bc.fcro you buy. H. B.
Vincent & Bro.
TWO Button Joavin Kid Glovo3,
'"or s2 per pa-r. just received nt tho
Fancy Store of G. E UALLIDAY
k Co's.
James Wr.iSEtt has invented C
ISbito make pitturos without sbn le
or white hair. AdJress -'asm at Mc-r-
gttiv'rlo. Ohio.
MARRIED.
On the -s'r-lh c.IOctrdni. 1S7I, by j:cv.
F. J. father, :H. Enoch Waki-as nnd
Miss A.-tl. I'awoutii.
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,. ceahlej a. dxsx. riaor.
A KcwrsapCTOl tbcPrecBt TJnea.
Itiien&o for Peoyto Raw oa Vjirti.
tartaaiKt Farmer. Xechacto. Sisrcia', Pro
fnsioul i2ea,WotIti,TilJiirs, tai 1 ili"
ecr of Boijest FoU.. asil t!ia VflTtl, Sou, .
Iciihteriel iIluA ....... . .
0NI.7 ONS DOLLAR A YEAH I
oxe EP3Diiin coriEs roa 5a.
Or lea Vma Om Ccat a Co?r. Lei Uen b a
50 Cia! &: crarr i'ust OIK.
8S3n-wEinii.Y sirs, 63 a teak,
of th acma fir aaS rcnl chanrter
THE WEEKLY, twl Tlth a preater rarletr ol
BUceliaoBon teadisc, and, firalsMnc tb arw
to Its aucrttmu was itoater trmimm. bocaat
It come nrlco a xresS lastoad cf oaca only.
. TUB DAILY BEN, C3 A YZAIL.
lmrctt cintAtloa ia Clio wo.-iX I'M, 1ml
l-endest, anil mrlf la polltiei. A'ltne Deiri
frora evrrjirbfra. T eznm a COfJ i bj Biu.
0 ceut aiBuu,or S ajear.
ej TO CL.TT3&
rns DOLLAa weeh.lt era.
Tire eopMa, aaa jvu, ajoaratelr aoanrnM.
rear ioiICT.
Tm nH tia T". neiriit!r aal-cts3 (a&l
aaaxteopitauegouiaporcm3.
Kistat Oallavc
XTrwitT m. o ywr, fepnrat-lr ad "rertfca
aa (AUACOiiT w tua zettrr oa of c'nr.
I- utecB Cotlars.
rfT coI-. em w.T, toons atldrfa (Ml tba
&3nuweeklr oaa yctr to euir n of dah
'ihirsy-iLree Uailars.
YlftT cot!m. ma twt, -?mia!c!T cndTsrrt (-a .
IhM scaiV??clyooo7efc.':o rftuerapcftf ai),
Ttirt7-ae Llatlan.
On rrvTfl ei'ln. rvo year, t i e tdi. ra
(nd t!ia Vaj Uu one jreat to tv.e irmjf m ot
c;uui. fiuy isllars.
Oes !iar,r4 eok-i, ona yfar. -rratV.7 vj -orwc:t
(iJUl.'i2riaroiirio'ii.!i,-iat
by 01 uolu, ttixij liimrii
TUTI B'E3HI.VvrESI,T 8UH.
Five oonlca. oo year, cr juratcV? sddrattM.
EijU iivila-rai
lea eoriaa, ore Terr, nmirve'r aadpti4 (acd
ascxcaoupjtoesi-cpc.'cisb),
biiea Duluroi ,
eSKD YtUIi HOJtSY
trTt fffr or-1cr. ri-!rti. cr drefta oTi
Ycr, v'tcrercr ez nreji.'nt. iXiirt, UifarslMJ
tac.4U6facoatauiiiijuioi.sj. Aureal
L W. ESGHKO. rob:bl-r,
)r,n a-x- -:x 7o. CX
AlcCO.WELSVlXLi:
-;J 0 HN; ALEXANDER,
- We keep onJhaniJs, and are constantlt receiving -
LAHGE STOCKS OF DRUGS'AND MEDICINES!
We hi!-, lo, iieileusivf line of PA IN Icj, DVK SVUb'FS, OILS and iiitU61U
E, all of which we off;r to the Pnblic at the luwebt mrk-t rates. Also, we invite
oar ci'.st'mer8 10 call and examine oar large and well ("elected
STOCK OF1 WALL IA.!PKTl !
WHICH WK ABU fcKLLIXU KXCE1SOIXGLY LOW.
' ApriI.23th. lS71 Iy. . f JOHN AL1SXAXDEK.
Xorth sido of Center St., betwejn East and Tenn Sts., McConnelsville, Ohio,
I!as Always to Offer lo Ifs Customers the Beat (us:llllci of
usually found ma first-class Family Grocery. . .
, D- r lon.r i wle ac.
XT -r TV t Al l lTt
Jfqitonre, Twtyti, Skbii, globs' Ihiii, &e.
: M. JL;' IiiOBHI,' -
South side of Center St, three doors East of Public Square, JcConnelsvllle, O.,
DEALER IS'
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVKS. STOVE TK1UM1XGS," CUTLE
- P.Y, NAILS, GLASS, PLOWS, 4c, &c
" ' '.
X. B. Agent for the sale tf the "Acme .Vower & Reaper," an improvement
on the "Climax," which gave, itUiversal eatiefaotion last season. An, 21 '71-1 y.
- h
IEiff
MT
jSJcCohneLsvillo, Ohio.
Aug. 4,JS7l-tf. - "
Dry. GJoods ! Iry (bloods !
V." II. & C. McCAIiTY, Dealers in DryGOod
XotiosHj ladit?s' Dress CooJ. Ladies' Sfcoc telf
Outhe North side of Center Street, two doors East of Public Square, JoCon-
nelsville, Ohio. . .
X. B. None but the very best quality of goods of any kind ever kept and
always sold at the lowest of cash prices. . Ladies' Dress Uocds made a SPECI
ALTY, .j ' JApril 21, 1S71 ly.
Orocery anil I'rovisiDn Jtorc !
I). & MUMiMEYliave on hand! at all times,
the best of
TEAS, C0fFiiE?,SUGAR3,JI0LASiiES, ANI GROCERIES GENERA LLT,
' . . i and abo
Sleep a rIl Supply ol All Uiads of Provisions In Shis DtnrUef.
X. K. Th-ir Meat Varket 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.
U JN D E R T A K E It S ! '
R. D. JOEA'SON & CO.,
Rni Ui-East cdrner. of Centre ant! Venn Mrrc's,
. 5t!t'OSXEIJSVILijE, Oi:iO,
Iverp ccnlnn' ly on hard a complete assortment ij Ci.fTi'ia. liuril Case, lc, and Iiave
in iheir en.jiloy U ihcrt A. Pinkerton, who will raak dt partm-.nt ot busiues.-1 a ipt
visi)v. In c-jn.irciiun with tlitir ba-iius, t'.iev hive B'Uil qpa lirBt-casa
LiYKIir- ESTABUSilUNr,
AiI htv p-fpnrtd to faroUh all patrons wi'h whativer ihy may wiut iu their LINE.
M.y 12, 1671-Iy.
oots aiid Bliocs!
, T. C. V
!J AN U F A CTTJ R E I ' OF BOOTS
O.t East Mrcct, McConnelscille, Ohio.
Doolrand Sln"."f'ir f.vlies, G-iila, mi l CinMrcn, ni iniiliciurid o ordi-r en th bhort-e-.t
ro--iti!o no'ii". None bit die ins-it .fS. k womeJ, nad a fit always guaranteed.
A tJ001 AS-iOHI'VEXTiif l khs anil Shoea air.ayapu hind for those wi.o want to
buv r.hdy-tnad4 woik. (.CUUULIMU Jjue neatly auJ wir.-anie I to eive pfifect
sii it-f id foa. 'ti'n-o int: a call. T. C. VKA I C1I.
June SUi',1 1S71. j
jliin. urxsaooa. . "
lai
Kecponhand a very large Stock of
FURXIIURK, to-it: . C'UAlRt', TABLES, BCRKAS, REDSTEADS,c, 4c.,
At their SALE HOOJM io
jsicCOiSrisrEiLsviT.Lj: aistd . ialta.
IT. 15. Tlicyemjiloy rone but firal-clnfs meobanici, and warrant all their work. Tncir
Flatrortu is : liooJ work, gool ay aud low price 1" April 21, 1S71 Sin.
In". "W". Cor. of l?ub. Squ., jSXcCoanelsville, O.,
'. Dealer in
RRTuS, HEDICIXES, FTuE LE1D5, PAINTS, OILS, DIES i DTE STUFFS, rERFOER!,
. '' and
Physicians' rreBcriptiona carefully
April 21, 1371 Iy.
Tlie. a&li & Door-Factory,
r McConnelsville, Ohio,
Furiiis'ifs to otder FLOORIKG. WEATIIER BOARDING, S'PIXG, CEILING
SASH. SHUTTKS3,BLIND?'A DOORS. COX 4 COM JO X WIN
DOW FRAMES, r I5LACKETS, BATTOXS AND
; MOCLDIXG.S. ALSO,
S?a!uSur A-3latclilnff, Scroll Sawlug& Klpplug Done lo Order.
jSiT Ont, Tcplar and Tina Lumber bought and sold.
A) ii! 21. ISTI-ly " 11. M. WELL5', SvperintenilmL
WORLEY ADAMS. - F. M. KAULER.
Dealers in
S Dry Goods, Gioceries, Boots and Shoes,
fN. WCnrntr East and Centre Streets)
W'CONNELSVILLE, CniO.
tTw NEW GOODS received rego'arly. The highest priie paid for COUNTRY
PItODJCK in rxihaoge (orGoods. May 4, "1. Iy.
II. SPENCM,
Dealer in flats and Caps, on Center St., cast of Pub Square, McConnelsville, 0.,
has on hands, at all times, the most complete assortment of the
Very' Latest Styles of HATS and OAJPS 1
.EiY GOODS Received With Every Change In the Seasons!
t&- EVERTTM.NG SOLD LOW FOE CASH !
tSy Tire Vufi Cath rrictt paid for Mink. Skunk, and Coon Skins !
April 2i, 171 -ly. -
UtI.t:SS CAADM.
sinus 01 provisions, in tne market, always
.1 . .
April -21, lS71-ly,
ADLi
mil
EAT.C H,
AND SHOES, Odd Fellow Bcildino,
- A. M. Doisaooa.
compounded, and PainU mixed to order.
ml
UU. LAailEBT kj:or
THE BIG GUN!
ill.llSI
WM. LAMBERT & CO'S
NEW tOEK
MESflLLJi
O-ic year ha rolled aroand stneo we esUblislied the New York Ifirkot fr Diy
GiMid-t in Zmejvjlle. Our snceess bas never been rqaalcd in tbebisiury of llw trade.
All opposition bus vauidhed like dew be lure the ton.
5C,000 Iru of btst Bark Print
5,000 Yards Of Prints to be Sold at
Merchants say wc cannot sQord to sell good? so cheap; thit W9 mast fa;l. We re
pea"; have no anxiety n. Hivinir been established FORI Y years in New Yoik,
ami with a wiJe expeiieDce int he market, wo know we caa sell cheaper, aud still make
tnuuey, thau any other house iu Zxicsvilfc. . . -
Attention io.t)UIlTSESs7GOODS. STOCK !
Frow Frow Poplins. '
.liaEt'a'ia Popiins. -
Tjt-un Kij ps Tlaids, tf.
Our Ulac't Stlk. and Alpaca SZocZi Is Couiplcte.
Heavy Groa Grain Eilka at
Double-fuid ISlack Aliwca at -
. CAS2!.1RES, IEAN3, FUNNELS ANO BLANKETS !
20,CCOyutd3 of Flannels from 20 crnls per yard up. ....
IO.COO vard of )tw doui 20. 25, SO, 40 and SO cent! per yard op.
Ca.tsiuterc'S ia every variety to suit the purchaser. - -
Carpets.'Oil Clotlis and 2krattings: . ;
Until farlh'fr toticc, we will continue lo selfonr Carpets at OLD PBICE'3, aS
witiia'audiiig the heavy advance cf 20 per ccut iu wool. j
ALWAYS Gl4 HAND I
.''". ' -
4 A fullline of Tiible Damasks, Linens, Canton Tlnnnels Checks, Det.;u,
Handkerchiefs, Ho iery, Itibbons, Trimmings, and Notions in genfiaL
Shawls, both single and Double in variety.
Muslms retailed at Manufacturers lirices. "' " -
- - - - -WM. LAMREBT&. CO ,
New York City Store, Corner of Main A
Greenwich St., X. Y.
!. B. Our trado i con fined to Retailing
trade. -.-. . .
z.iksvii.i,E
W. li. LljiLbL'Gi:.
Iutiedge
Alters' Bloclt, No. 5S Main
ll .ve omnMl a comnleto Stock d Yelvpts.
pent -Superlin"", Jlidinm SnixT?, Ingrain, Yeneiians, DJich Wool, Cotlae, Hemp,
and Kig Criet. ALSO Wall Papers. Window a!id, llttt lias, OilClolhs 4c.
AA.-i.ls for XUrbltijid iluntli-H. We invite the Pub.io to call aud examine cur
.Stock. . .
fffilSMIffl
CITY STORE.
lo bt Sold at onlj Tea Cents per Yard !
Five, Sii lad Eiht lent per Yard !
Jar&nrse Silks, ia all ukn.
Skrinos Euipreu tlalis- .
Veraiiibo foplius ia colors
$1 60.
39, 25, Sfl, 49 and to ceata.
Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 52:j,
alone, and we do not solicit trbntcjaltt
. Sept. 22, 1871 3m.
mi.t:fts cards.
b ti. B ALLEY,
Bailey.
Street, Zanesvtilc, CliIor
Brdv ard .Tapetr Crcs.!?, Estrs So
June 3, 1S71.
51 ALT A HE SI
j. A. KouEits. liTLurroN. j. vxwis.
J. M. i CGEUS & GO,, . ,
Front SL, near the Liirge, Kalta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
. Sf- All Orders TrompCT Attended T!-i
April 21, lfcwi iy-
GEORGE
West side of Sell Street, Malta, Ohio,
JllllBAAllE, Ti.Mi8E, SltlbSaca MlUK 1 KIllllAuf. rJiiJ.i.u tiznsiLSj
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON lllil.
. r ?1 .ti ! Mt..A a t,t
Aeent for the siilo ol the celebrated
T , 1 r ,.
sola tow ior casn.
Sri) Gocc, flolieijs.
Dry Goods Merchant, South east corner ofFrcnt sndEell Sts., Malta, Ohio, has
always on hand a complete stock of
DllY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, QUEENS-
WiKE, BOOTS AID SHOES, &C..&C. -
IS New floods received regularly, as a flourishing trade demands . Every
thma sold at the lowest cash figure.. Country Produce taken in exchange for
goods. ' ' ' ' (April 21, 13ii-ly.
3 ESS CARDS.
JAKE WAY,
keeps a well selected assortmen4; of
4rir1a Tr Sierra on1 Rfrvw Trimmin
"Clipper Mower Keeper." Everything
" I A,...;i 91 1S71 lv
Sects wfl ft?c?, Sic
Hl'SISESS WOTItE-S.
I.ADiE.'and Gents' Kid Gloves in
colors, White "1 ies for parties, and fine
Nations generally at Sill's.
A large aud conifi'oto stock of tho
very latest styles of Full and Winter
goods is being offered at Clarke, Cor
ner & Walter's.
Tue placo to buy your clothing
is ono door east of Stilt's Shoe
Store CHEADLE'S.
A LARGE STOCK of Shell Jew
elry just received at C. L. HALL'S.
F.vkev man, young or old, can be
supplied with anything he wants, at
Sills. The "Star' Shirt, the nicest
thing out, is for Fate there.
FOR a benutifuf pair of Bracelets,
go to C. L. HALL'S.
IiOOK out for the largest stock of
Misk f lbs ever brought. to this
market, during tbo Coming week
at Halxidat & Co's.
New and beantiful styles of Op
era Chains at VIXCENT,S.
A xfw and fresh supply of Dry
Goods just received and opened for
tho Fall trado, at Sill's.
65 cents will buy one pound' of
good Xavy tobacco at P. Sweeney .
Go and see the tobacco. It is good and
sound and very cheap.
THE ELGIN WATCH in fine
GOLD and SILVER cases, at the
lowest cash prices, ot H. B. Yin
cent 4 Bio's.
liuslnes.i Notices.
MUSIC FOR TUB BOYS. An
other laago lot of Harps, all styles
and sizes from 25 cts. to 82 50, at
H. B. VIN CENT & BRO 8.
A sMU.uIot 'of Chewing Shorts to
bacco on hnnd at P. Sweeney's. 40
cents per pound. '
Tue Raymond (Elgiu) Watch is
used exclusively on the'Pennsylva
nia Central K. R.,' It is considor-.
cd, for hard 6ervico, tho best watch
made in America- In Gold or Sil
vcr cases. IL B. VINCENT &BKO.
TflE best brends of Xatural Leaf
tohacco olways on hand nt P. Swee
ney's, next door to Post-eftiee. 2w,
Lukens aud Strong-.
Thir tun hsra made large addi
tions lo their work-shops, and are
now well prepared to manufacture
all kinds of work to order. They
havo on band a good assortmont of
Farm acd Express Wagons, two
spring, four spring, and platform
spring. Call and have yonr old jobs
repainted and trimmed. All work
warranted and charges reusonablo.
Repairing in wood work and black
smithing respectfully solicited.
Shops above tho Brtdgo, AleConnels
vilo, Ohio.
Sept. 22. 1871 4 w.
Linen and Laco Collars at Halm
iat Jfc Co's.
CKOI CK Sl MAKER.
C-ROV
MEM'S
SEWING
Were asrarded lh biahett PrmicM all
. Uu Stats Fairs of
New York,
,, Vermont, .-,-
New Jersej, ......
. Pennsylvania, . . 4
Ohio,
i 1 -
. Indiana,
Michigan,
:;,' Wisconsin,
acd Iowa.
Kentaclry,'
;' Tennessee, , ".''.', ',
Missouri, , , -Alabama,
Mississippi,
Virgin:,
.North Cm roli ni a,
" "; California,
nd Oregon.
F i r s t P ri z c s
va'o been award, d thase Mclira
, at the exbibitioct cf
LONDON,
DUBLIN,
LINZ,
BE-SANCON,
BATON NS,;
ST. DIZIEK,
ICnALONS.
f if ? f'V..f. ? P
The very hieheat prize, TIIK CROSS
Off4 THE LKGION OF IIO.V'R, waa
conferred on tie reprecntarire of lio
tirover & Baker Sowing Vachint-s, at tlie
K'xposilion Uuiverl!e, Parji, Ift1 thus
ttejiirir their great uupenority over all
other S-.wiug Machioe.
hi i i i i k i
TOINTS OF EXCELLENCE ;
;; .- . Beauty and Elasticity oStich.
PtrftcUon aud Sinpticiy tf Xaekintry.
:
A" fattening of tean. ly kand and n
vaste of thread.
Wide range of application witKevt changt
Ol aJjtisimtnt.
The seam retain! its beaaly and SrmLtM
after wasl ing and ironti t;.
Besides doing all kii ds of woik done fcy
.other S it.g macliinn th K'actic S'ltrh
machine execntis the mott b sutilulatid
permiDfot EmbniJtiy and ornaiotut
eL work.
ALFJC FIXLEY is the nral
Ap'tit lor the le of tbe Grovei & Ba
ker Shuttle or LoekSli'ch Macbiii", and
the EUftie Sti'ch. or Two Spool ila
cbine, in tbe Connties of ilnrfsr. Alh
ec, Hockinjr, Wo'lilngtoD, .Mc,-kinftitn
and ViniopaLd lias his 1 ravcliug A
(nti all through these Cvuoiie. Per
sons wishing a first-class Stwir.e Ma
chine, just what is needed for fnmily use,
should call on Mr. Finlcv or one of b
agenta 11. B. VIXCKXT A BRO.
are his agents in McCoLceUville.
May 120, !S71-tf.
Second arrival of SHAWLS at
Hai-udat Co's. which were
bought for CASH; and will be sold
at the very lowest cash" prices, in
cluding Gray; Platd, and Stripod
Shawls; also Gray and Plaid Break
fast Shawls.

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