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BcCOSSELL, E1ERS0S i HilUV
THE LARGEST
and
THE
STUCK
CHEAPEST
FALL AND WINTER
rj -Good
Ever shown in the City of Zimes
ville, can be seen at the New Store'
Room of
mm, mm & nil,
N. E. Corner 35ainfe 3rd Sts.
. Particular Attention Called foOnr Stock or
BLACK GHO-fiRAIN SILKS,
COLORED HUSH POPLINS,
FRENCH MQUNOVEMPRESS.GLOTHS, AND .THE BEST
37 and a half & 50c BL1CI JLriCCJS in the City
. BROWN MUSLINS:
7, 8, 9 and 10c. per yard.
NEW STYLES OF CALICOES :
8, 0 and 10c. per yard.
1ST Oar Stock it Fall end Complete P'eate Call and Eiamine Before Buying
Elitwhtre !
McCOXNF.LL, KMF.RSOV, & HABBIS,
Oct. 13, 1871 tl.J Xorlh-fcait Corner Main k 3rd Streets.
OF
COL' UTS FOR 1STZ.
'Tax Stats op Ohio, Jefteesos Cocxtt, bs.
Pursuant to the statutes in such case
made and provided, w, the Judges of the
court of Common Fleas, within and for the
Eighth Judicial District in the Bute of Oh
io,do hereby order and direct that the
Terms of the District Court, and of the
court of Common Pitas, within the several
erunties of said District, shall begin at the
hour of eight (6) o'clock in the morning on
thedays aud datea hereinafter named, du
ring the year 1672, to-wit :
DISTBICT COCBT.
InMns'xingum county, Monday, Aug. !Sth.
In Morgan conuty, Monday, Bept. lud.
In Koble county, Thursday, Bept. Sth. '
In Monroe county, Monday iej.t. 9th.
In Belmonlci'iuty, 'Wednesday, Sept. 11th.
In Guernsey ceunty, Monday Bept. 16th.
In Tuscan tss, county, Friday, Bept. 20lh.
In Harrison eounty, Monday, Bept. 23rd.
In Jefferson county, Wednesday, Sept. ?ath.
coMMoa rLEis.
Ia Mukingum" eounty. February SO, April
30, and October 29th.
Ia Noble co inly, February , June II, and
October lath.
In Guernsey county. February IS,' April
JO, and Oct ober 15th.
In Morgan eounty, March 19th, June 11,
and November 12th.
In Belmont county, February 1J, April SO,
and Kovembei 6tb.
In Monroe county, March 26, Jnne 13, and
October 19th.
In Titscuavrns county, February 19, May
20, aud November 4th.
In Harrison county, February 5, May 6,
and October 21.
In Jefferson county, March 4, June S, and
November 25th.
And we farther direct that a certified
copy of this order be transmitted forth
with by the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas cf Jefferson county to Ihe Secretary
ol Btate and to the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas in each of said counties,
and that it be published according to law
in each of said counties for four consecu
tive weeks.
Given under our hands, at Bteubenville,
this 2sth day of September, A. P., 1861.
MOPES M. GKAKGER,
FREDERICK W. WOOD,
JOHN H. MILLER,
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, 8th
Judicial District of Ohio.
I. Oliver C.Smith, Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, within and lor the county
f Jefferson, in the State oi Ohio, hereby
certify that the foregoing Transcript is
correctly taken and copied fiom the Jour
nal ot said Court, aa the same remains in
niy office.
Witness my signature and the seal of
Mid Court, this 3rd day ofOctober, 1871.
OLIVER C. SMITH. Clerk.
Copy. Attest : CYRUS M. BOBERTS,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court. Morgan Co.,
Ohio. Sot. 3, 1871 4w.
New Goods arriviving, weekly,
at the Book Store. The firm of
.Adair Bros, are pushing ahead,
and seem determined to meet the
wants of customers for goods in
their line. .Their block is nuver
permitted to ran low, bat by the
constant arrival of New Goods,
they are enabled to keep op their
stock and present to their patrons,
the best line of Goods to be found
in the plaoje. This firm certaiuly
merits the patronage of the public
THxEl'in Watch Co. are now
making three movements expressly
for Ladies' use. Io addition to the
well-known Lady Elgin, are the
new nije6, Frances Ra by and Gail
Borden. Swiss and American
Watchers at lowest rates.
H. B. Vincent & Bro.
Txacrers and popils ot Country
Schools would do Kbll to bay their
School Supplies at the Book Store
of Adair Bros, where can be found
every article need in the school
room, and at the lowest prices.
TwEUTr-CKST plug tobapo a little
damaged, now selling for 10 cents
at P. Sweeney's. Try it.
LEGtli AEjVDUTIMU.'IEXTS.
Administrator') Sale.
T OkDEB OF raOBATl COI BT OF MODClX CO., O.
On Saturday, Nov. 25th. 1871, will be
sold, at public sale, at th- office of Wni A.
Sturgenu, iu Malta, 0., between the hours
of 12, H., aud 2, r. the following real
estute, situate in the townshiD of Malta.
Morrau Couutv. Ohio, to-wit r Ileitis- nrt
of fractional section no. 10, range no. 12,
lauus so.u ai i.iuesva.e, uuio. containing
one acre, more or less, le:ng the same land
sold aud conveyed by Francis A. Barker
anal atnarine isarker to Richard Dunning
ton, deceased, by deed dated the 8th dav
ol Juiy, A. D., 1839. aud recorded in Ke.-nrd
J, Records of Deeds of Morgan Couny, Oh
io, at page 188, to which fur a more perfect
description reference ia hereby made. Al
so, at the same time and place, will
sold the personal property of said deceased,
consisting of Carpenter to.ils, Household
furniture, Ac. Terms of sale of real estute.
one-third ou day of sale, one-third in six
uionihs, and ballance in twelve months,
with interest from day ol sale on deferred
payments. Back payments to be secured
oy mortgage on tiie premises.
Wit. A. BTCPGEOy,
Administrator of Estate of Richard 'Dun
nington, deceased. Oct. 2S, 1871 4w.
LEGAL. NOTICE.
Epbraim L. Ellis Thomas J. Ellis. Car
oline White, and Hennal B.White. Pollv
betwoodaod William Get wood, Morgan Co.,
O., William Einlsell aud Maria Birdsell, Da
vid While and Luev White. Albert White
and Aancy While, all of whom
reside iu the county of Lynu. in the Slate
of Iowa, will take notice that Edward Loch
ry and Clementina Lochry, his wife, did,
on the 31st day of August, A. D., 1871, file
their petition iu the Clerk's ollice of the
Court of Common Pleas f.r Morgan county,
Ohio, asking for partition ir. the following
described rral estate. situate iu the county
of Morgan aud State ol Oaio, to-wit : Be
ing all that part of lota no. umetv-eiirlii
(9-), uinety-iiine (99), and one hundred
(00), lying southofthe Muskingum river,
in'lowuuo. nice (V). Range eleven (II),
Muskingum allottuieut, Ohio Company's
Purchase. Also, 28.98 acres in the south
east part of lot no. ninety-seven (97), iu
said Town, Range and Allotlment. bound
ed and described ai follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at the South-east comer of said lot.
theiiee running with the east line thereof
M.iz cnaius to a corner standing on said
line, 1.87 chains aouth of Muskingum river,
thence west 8.75 chains to a stone, thence
south 33.12 chains ta astoueoa the south
line of said lot, thence east 8.75 chains
the place ofbegiuning, excepting from the
last above descr bed tract or iiarcel the fol
lowing : Beginning for description
me same on cue wei line ot said tract a-
bout forty rods from the Korth-west cor
ner thereof, ar-d about one rod South of
walnut, 12 icchea in diameter, atandinron
said line, thence running east 20 rods,
thence running aouth 20 rods, thence run
ning west 20 rods to said line, thence run
ning north 20 rods on said line to the place
of beginning, and being the premises u nou
which petitioners now reside, the whole
iwcMiu Li re uii sea containing aoout IVi.wo
acres be the same more or less. The peti
tion will be for hearing at the next term
of the Court of Common Pleas of Aforgan
County, Ohio.
EDWARD LOCHRT,
and OLEAfENTINA LOCHRY.
Bv J. T. Cbkw, their Attorney.
Tuisiandarl Harmonica are al
ways to be found at the Book
Sl.ire. They never get out of them.
BOW RIBBONS.-G. . UallU
da & Co., has jast received a lurge
and fine assortment of Bow Iiibboua.
Call and see them.
Fini new doable-barrel Shot
guns for sale very low at 11. B.
Vincent & Bro's. ,
FURS. The best lot of MINK
FURS in the County, are to be
found at G. E. llalliday 4 Co's.
They also have a very fine assort
ment ot ALASKA FURS.
Sixtt-Fivb cents will buy three
plugs of good, sweet, navy tobacco,
or at 21 cents per ping, which
very cheap. Try it at 1. Sween
ey's, next door to the Post Office.
THE INDEPENDENT.
IOSKPH A. K.KLLT KDITOB AKD PBOPR1KTOB.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, .... Nov. 3, 1ST1.
TERMS
THIS PAPER .
sisals srjssciiir'fioM. '
One t ie year, eitsia i
:v..c, 52.0-3
T j CLUBS,
irnps oe avt. or navsr, j
THE RAIL ROAD MEETING
AT SENECAVILLE.
TIe iJiiU Load lifting at Sen
tv.ivilio, on tbo 7st, wa vtry large
ly stiosdsu 1.7 nen cf means, who
'.:-.tbuc-iu-ti3s2!y in favcr of
baliuii. tio Eastern Ohio .Hail,
it..-.
'L';. ! :'.-.eov:ng vras organized by
ealjn.g ;r. i oa, cf Washington; to
I'ne c;.a:r. and by electing John S
Acs.'.- cf il.cConneisvIlle, Secretary.
Ihe segregate umDunt of stock
rej.cr.:v't'fi-oia tho various localities
apportionment for Directors,
urd election thereof resulted as fol
lows :
James A. McConnel and E. M.
Sianbery, of McCoruielsvilIo.
Bennet Koseraona, oi umotr
lund.
William Lawrence, Sen., of A ash-
iu?ton.
Tho9. M. Lcnfeety, of Winchester.
E. A. Thomson, of Sonecaville. t
Thomas Grejn, cf Freeport.
Willi.im Lawrence. Son . was
made President, and . M. 'Sian
bery, Secretary.
All poinU on the road, froni Free
port, Harrison county, to Malta,
were represented, and Senecaville
was crowded beyond her capacity
io accommodate.
William Laurence. Sen., now
President of the road, slated in his
speech in the meeting that, in about
two weeks, some ot lue omcers oi
Lake Erieo: Tuscarawas K. K. will
i,h3 nvcr the line of the Eastern
Ohio, on to the coal-fields in Perry
County, wiih a view of having a
connection, by means ol me east
ern Ohio, wilh thoee coal-fields,
and that the Juries luscarawas
Road would completo the Eastern
Ohio, after it was graded, for the
privilege ot nsm it as ea'.a connection.
AT CUMBERLAND.
of
of
a
of
A large and enthusiastic meeting
was hold at CnmberlinJ, on the
evening of the 1st, which was ad
dressed by Richard Stanton. E. AI.
Sianbery, lion. W. P. Sprague, C.
L. Barker, of McConnrlavilIe, and
Rov. U. C. Fouite, ot Cuinbtr'.and.
.Notick J. B. Stone's new adver
tisement.
Pennsylvania cast npward of 3
S00 Prohibition votes this year.
The tower on tho Baptist Church
is to be ono hundred feet high.
Jesse Embbee, of Pcnn tp., died
yesterday morning, of consumption
R. L. Updike, of Malta, has pur
chased W. P. Sprague's Dry Goods'
More.
The Prohibition vote in the Stale
bus summed np to 4,034, a 'gain of
over 1,200 over last year.
Sportsman's supplies Cartridg
cs, Gun-wads, Water-proof Cups,
4c, at H. B. Vincent Bro s.
Mirr-KiNOUM County cat twenty
nine Prohibition votes to the con
stornatioQ oi'a.l the old parly poli
t cians.
Thomas Kwisg, Sen., died at bis
hi mo in Lancaster, this Slale, on
Thursday of luet week, aged up-'
ward ol 80 years.
Time Out. A great many of our
subscribers' time expired within the
past month. We hope all such will
call and renew promptly.
The M. E. Chute!!, of Malta, is
beinir improved by a tower, to be
nixty-five high when completed.
Rev. T. J. NYaktfiold remains the
pastor.
Gen. Robert AkdeRson, tho hero
of Fort Sum pier, died at Nice,
Prance, on Thursdvr of last week,
in bis bixty-sixih year
Rev. W. M. Ferouson, of Wash
ington, this State, is preaching a
series of sermons at the Ileertiold
Presbyterian Church. Communion
Services on next Sabbath.
The Good Templars' Festival, on
Tuesday evening, was a pleasant af
fair, though not si nunicrouxly at
tended as had been expected. Re
ceipts were upward of 530.
The Morgan County people
snouia can on iiicuonncll, .Emerson
& Harris, when they go to Z.nes
villa to make purchases of Dry
Uoouh. iiiey keep a 6 a peri or as
sortment of Goods.
Large Yield. Mr. Samuel Wil
son, ot Bristol tp , miocd and dan
filly-two bushels of chuico pen on
to low potatoes, this season, otf one-
fifth ot an acre of hill land. If any
of the tanners on our river bottoms
can beat th:s, wo ask them to make
out a report ol the facts.
E. M. Stanbery, James A. Mc
Connell, W. P. Sprague, C. L. Bar
ker, Richard Stanton, John Spurior,
r.Uh All r- T"- ir rv n
.luuii o. Auuir, v. ri. ivauier, it. li.
Vn.cent, and R. D. Johnson, repre
sented McConuelsviile at the Rail
Road meeting, held at Senecaville,
on the 1st. C. L. Hall and James
M. Rogers represented Malta.
County Lodge Meetino op the
I. O. G. T's. On Tuesday, the 21st
oi ixoveraoer, the Uounty .LiodVe ol
the Independent Order of Good
Templars will meet in Chesterfield
at 2 o'clock, P. M. On the evening
of the 6ame day. and at the same
place, there will nljo be a Public
lerpperance Meeting, to which all
aro invited to be ia attendance.
Delinquent Subscribers.
We hODe all our dehnnnont snh-
ssribers will call and settle their
b'lls. We have rcariv cf this class.
all able to pay, and all of whom un-
.1 l. . j 1 I . n .
uuuuieuiy miena to pay. jjul in
tending, and not doing it, does not
fill the bill. We ceod the money,
and you can pay it now as well as
one year from now. So. irive na a
call:
VERY KIND.
Our friend, Jesse R. Foulke, is now
the editor of the Herald. Jes&e bab
not been long enough at the business
yet to become entirely heartless, and,
consequently, when he determines on
;rJ!Jt!PIOKEER
inform tho brother. This is highly
commendable in Jesse, and bespeaks
it: him the praises of all those who
recoct humanitarian ideas.
We are under a special obligation of
this kind to Jesse, and we hasten . to
acknowledge it. Jesse takes excep
tions to our article of last week on the
r.r-puintment of Arthur Pond to the
tuditorship of this County, and he
is going to express those exceptions in
ais paper this week. After writing
liL article, thinking, doubtless, that
he had demolished us, he told us he
had "gone for" us without regard to
consequences.
This was very kind in Jesse. We
are now prepared to read his article
with a prospect of being able to stand
under it. Thank you, sir I
Relief of the Northwest.
Pursuant to a call published last
week, a meeting of quite a' goodly
number of tho ladies and gentlemen of
McCounelsville and .Malta, met in .the
Town Hall of the former place.
on Monday evening h.st, for the
purpose of considering and taking
such action as would seem advisable
toward affording relief to the people
ot the burnt districts oi Chicaso and
the Northwest.
Organization was made by appoint
ing J. A. Kelly chairman, and J. R.
roulke secretary: alter . which the
meeting was opened by prayer by Rev.
L. Aicuuire.
lion. W. P. Fpracue, being caPed
for, made some remarks relative to
the course to be pursued, closing bv
making a motion that a committee of
three be appointed by the Chair t
draw up and report a plan of pro
ceeding. Ihe motion was carried, and
lions. W. P. t-pracue and lticliard
Manton, of McOonnelsville, and Mr
James M. F.ogers, of Malta, were ap
pointed.
tv hue the committee was out, l.evs.
F. J. father. L McGuire, ller.ry t'oo
per and li. lv tdgell, and r.Ider .tnoch
Dye, were called lot seperately and en
tertained the audience by remarks
upon the fares and our consequent du
ty.
In due time the committee reported
as follows.
ltesolvcd, That an executive and so
liciting committee of r-ine, consisting
of Messrs. C. U Barker, Worley Ad
ams, . il. 3lcl.aughun, ilrs. Jeptha
Uoutlna, Mrs illiam Culbertson, and
Miss Maria 1'inkerton, of Alctoniiels
yille, and Mr. Joshua fans, Misses
Jane Brownell and b'adie Clarke, Of
Malta, be appointed to solicit money
and clothing and forward the same to
the sunirers.
The report was adopted.
As it was' the opinion of thoso prfs
ent that the immediate wants of Chi
cago were provided for, and that the
people who are now in sore distress
are those 'of the burnt districts of
Michigan and Wisconsin, the commit
tee were instructed to send the funds
and clothing collected by them to the
latter people.
C. L. Barker, the chairman of the
committee, beirig present, began ope
rations at ouce, and raised contribu
tions amounting to upward cf $150
from those present
On motion, the committee was in
structed to call a rneetinp throucli
our County papers, to be held ou the
last Monday in November, and report
the success of their efibrts.
The meeting adjourned by singing
the Long-metre Doxology, Rev. Henry
Cooperpronouncinpthe benediction.
J. A. KEI.LY, Chairman.
3. It.
Oct. 31, 1871.
Report of McConnelsville Public
Schools for Month
October 27th, 1871.
Boys Girls Total
Number pupils enrolled, S5 178 333
Average weekly enrollment, 143 1C1 204
Average daily attends uce, 133 161 290
Avg- percent, of attendance, St
Numbarof Viaiturs, 11
N. M. MCLAUGHLIN, Sept.
Indiana and Political Action.
A meeting of the friends ol Pro
hibition and political action was
held at Indianapolis last week, and
and the following plcdgo was sign
ed by a goodly number in attend
ance. 'We hereby pledge ourselves to
rote only for such candidates lor
offices as aro publicly pledged to
the passage and enforcement -of a
strict prohibitory law, aud when
any convention refuses to adopt a
platform in spirit with the pledge,
we will iusint on the calling of a
proper convention and the nomina
tion of bocebt men to office."
The following resolution war. a
dopted :
Resolved, That a CDrujniltee of one
from each Congressional Di-tnui be
appointd as a Central Temperance
Committee, and that said committ
ee be instructed to call a Political
Temperance Convention at us ear
ly a day as it may deem best.
Splendid Hue ol l'otkct Books
and Pocket Cutlery just received at
the Buok Store cf Adair Bhos.
They mak a speciality iu this claw,
of goods for both ladies and gentle
men. Clocks! Clocks! Clocks! In
great variny, all Klyles nd prices,
at II. B. Yiuccnt k Bros's.
New Stock of .tlbums and Fami
ly Bibles received at the Book
Store of Adair Bens, this week.
They keep a splendid assortment
ot these goods, and sell them low.
Persons in the country wanting
Family Bibles would do well tn
examine their stock, and be con
vincea that they sell them cheaper
than any traveling agent can sell
them.
Indiana and Political Action. MARRIED.
By Rev. C. W. Courtright, at the
residence of tbo bride's parents,
on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1S71, Mr
Charles A Lovell and Miss Eva
Sherwood, both of this County.
1? von wanta nice Hair Bru-h.
Clothes Brush, or a fragrant ak
of Toilet Soap, call at the Book
Store of Adair Bros. A ep'ondid
line of these goods aiways on baud.
GET the best Richmond Navy
Tobacco, now giving good satisfac
tion. Go to P. Sweeney'e, next
door to the Pot Office.
STORE!
STOXK'S tOLl'MS.
OF50YRS. STANDING.
J. 15. STONE
Qaajost opened and will bs io receipt
eeklT. ol the fiutt as-ortment of FALL
and WIN 1KB. STAPLE and FANCY
llry Goods arid Notions U at the good peo
ple ol Morgan have ever had access to.
We have takes special paics to obtain all
the latest uoveltiea in the way of
DRESS GOODS .
EMPRESS CLOTHS, plain and repp-
ed io Black, Blue, Ureen, Brown, I'm pie,
(Jarnet, and me color, and at l"r pri
ces; 1000 yards or BLACK ALPACAS
and FUKrJ MOH Allt. We make a spe
ciality of these good, and keep the best
. i i- i i .
brands lor Btjie ana nnisn; a gremici
variety tbsn oa ran find elsewhere at
35 els., 40, 45 50, 55, CO, 75, 85, $1.00,
$1 20, and $1.35 per yard. Fltfc.N'CH
Mb KIN OS, all wuol, in patteins, any
shade yon may desire.
JAl'AXESE ROBES! Ttemost du
rable and the richest good out; yon ea
find them now'iere '1st. RKAL JAPAN
ESE SILKS; we keep no imitations.
RICH PEA IDS Irnm 25 ct. up
ward; UKOS UE RHINE and REPP
S'.LKS, ALPACCA POPLINS and
LCaTURS, in wheal colors; CAS II
ilERKS, POPLINS CHAMBBE ITAS,
&e; AUSI KALIAN and itOUAlU
Crapes; beu:ilul Mohair Stripes and
Corded Alpacca at 3J eta. per jrJ.
WOOLENGOODS-
We have a heavier cock than nsnal of
these goods; iliey were bocght at low wa
ter maik, aud will be sold accordingly.
Beaver Oloih", Jean, 4 4 5 IH. Iv lid ,
Krmiu- Casiuijii-s, 6 uo.! 7 lb. B u
keta, F aacels of all kinds at ex
tieimly low pric. 0,iera
Fiauncia in Rich P.au's,
Extensive line of
Urcti and la
dles' UuJtr
wear. Full snitlof Gen's' Underwear far 1.00
WATERPROOFS ! Steel mix. Gold
mix, Urteu mix, sad aieo dunbln faced atd
iu Uavj stripes.
m
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
A Sapsrior article, every piece warrait
edi'ree iroui Shoddy. Call aud see.
SIIATTLS! SII.11TES! SU1WLS!
nr all ilia latent ftvles "Lone Branch,"
-Ladv Fraaklin," SJtin stripes &., all si -
zjs aud at very low puces.
FURS' FURS
Do not purchase these poods of
"Fancy Store" afFunrj'' piices, bnt
ro direct to Siont's and i rn-nie soiuethins
stylish as well as CilKAP. We would
invite rpt-ciul altentiun to our late styles
of ClilNCHILLA,
BKAVJ-R,
VELVETEEN,
SAQLE1NU3,
&c, &c to.
Oar Vtlvpteeni are Siik tGi.i-heJ''and
plnidid good. Ve have them iu black,
uo.fraruet, Ac.
A large and attraclivs stock oi
TRl'XaS, YAEISIIS, BASSETS,
jast received this week. We do not deal
iu east em work ot ihii kind.
We cliim the bejt KID GLOVES in
the mrket; webavej'ut opeu-d a box ol
the' JOUV1N," which kind we have krpt
lor fifteen year; tliev aie la dclihtlui
sbfle:a trial ol t!iemifull we solicit.
.. We have on Load a large and variid
stock ol
Gloves, tloaiery. Safh Ribbons and Bull
iugs, Lace Collars, Correta,
Hoop hkirta, Gimp, Lace,-',
Fringe', Velvet
liibboLJ ie.
SiOUSEKEEPER'S GOODS.
We defy compel ilina both as to the
sti le aud viriely and price.
Freach Piute M rrors. Lice CurUiui,
Morseilca an I tierm .ntowu C'vlid',
- Dr I, er I'able Cm he, I'.leaih.d
and TJim ejchi-d 1'rfmask
C' a h, Djma.sk Tow
els and N'cpkiu,
&c, tc. Sic.
Why bny limn coodsof pcddlinr; vag
rant when in reality if you take pains to
inquire, ynn can boy them s much cheap
er of us, and you can be sure of getting
na tran. We aMft and cm prnve it to
ynn 'hut we lave ihe chraieat gooas iu
ibis line ia th3 uiai ket.
We kiep also a choice stock of
FAMILY -GttOCE "KS
of all kinds.
?i-fofs! ftltfisl ?Hi,f5i
Oar Prints are princtpallj Merrimarks,
Rirhnnnd", Cochecos and Americans, at
12 1-2 cts.
12 1.2 ct. SnFETIXG intown.
No goods misrepresented to eUlct sales.
Remember lbs place
"OIDPIOAEER STORE!'
J. B. STONE.
Nov. 1871 -3w.
ltrSISESS CARDS.
W. It. TXELLY, HL D.
May be found at his office on
TOE SOUTH-WEST CORKER
or IBs
3?ri"blic Square
M'CONNELSVILLE. OHIO.
At all times, when not absent on Profess
ional business.
TT. Ta. T T?TTHL
Physician Si Surgeon,
M'CONNELSYILLE, OHIO.
Treats all lorms of accte 30 ' rbr:.c:c
disease, on new and improvM . t r.-;---t-?.
Calls promptly atteoiifd to. a;. t;r, -es
reasonable. OFFICE : in Vti
Baildinsr, on Center stive?. ,.!;ere us
will be found when not r,rf.;V..T. !; j-g.
ed. ilc:. ou, ioTi.
oppose 3!incii-j t-rocny j
.Til r.
OnCcnfer Hi., i:c'.-i:tnr'.sciue, 0.
8, Special nttencion jrii'. ;-. io Cobb
ling. Patronage soiiciied.
. - . i
J. T.TRET,
Attorney aud CousscliCi?
-A.T 3L.A.W.
M'COXXELSriZLE, OI11C.
ZSFQSfict in the southeast corner of Co art
House, second floor. Will practice in the
counties ol Morgan, Athena, and Washing
ton. lJuly 771,
F. W. JfZOORE,
ATTORNEY AXf COUNSELLOR
AT LA W .
'Will practice ia the counties of Mor
ean and Ko'ule.
0FFICE"n the southeast corutr of Court
House, McCnnnelsvilla, Ohio.
July 7,1871.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Market & 3tia Streets,
Wil. GETZ, Pbopeietob,
ZAXESVILU OHIO.
E?U Livery Stables attached to nolel.'
June 9, 1871 tf.
Nov. 11 1870-tf.
Sept. 29,1871 tw.
J- E. HASSA. Ed. M. KEXSEDT
IIANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'SAND G0UN.ELL03S
JC LAW,
On Ceuter Street, near Ilia Public Square,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
-fr Rnecial attention riven to Collec
tions; will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
ole, Wathuisjton and Mtuamguni eounue
Jan. 1, 1871 tf.
TUB SPLENDID STEOE&
CARRIE BROOKS,
Harvet Dablisgtos, Captain,
Will make reeular weekly trips be
tween Zanesvil'.e and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves ZanesviIIeatbo clock,
on Tuesday mornines; and, returninc,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
Farm for Sale !
160 acres in Union township 110 of
which is cleared land, in acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
at the door, good coal bank. Price
$3,000. Payments easy. Must be sold
and somebody will get a bareain.
For particulars, call on E. M. Stanbe
ry, McConnelsvuIe, Ohio.
July 7th, 1871-tf.
GIVEN TXP!
That JOH 111AX is the REST
CORUEER ever in EIcCO.VN'ELS
VI I. I.E.
lie has constantly on hand a good assort
nie nt ofFina and Siopie Boots, of his own
manufacture, which he is oflerins; at the
lowest CASH rates. Give him a call at his
establishment n North-west eoruerof Pub
lie squure, MrConnclsville, Ohio. .
6cpt.l6,1870-ly.
CrUSLE3 A. DAXA. tdttor.
A Hewaawperat thaPreaaat Tlaaaa.
lateadeal far reaplo Kcnr aa Earth.
Iaehana Tamers. Mechanic Merc!aBts, r
feuloaal ilea, Wotkeia, TUInfcera, aa4 a. I ata
ncrof Booaat FoUs, aa4 lbs Wtvea, Seas. aa4
fsnsatars ei all sasa.
01I1T 05X DOIXAK A TKAK I
ONB CIT5DBX9 COPIES FOtt 939.
Ot Mas t!un One Ceat a Copr. Let there be a
SM Ciab at evary Post Ootea.
.
BEXI-TrEXKLT BP5, t3 A TEAK,
of tha Sana clza aaa ceneral aaraetar aa
THE WSSSLT. kn wKh a araater variarf of
usealiaaeoos readiaa; aad faralsblac taa sews
to Its saoaerlbars wua (raster frasoaeas. keeaast
It cmaes twice a wsek lastasa ot ones oalj .
THE DAILT BC, t9 A YEAK.
A prefmtmmflv reai1-.b'a aewipaper, anta tn
hrrmi cuailoa la lam warui. Free, Inrts
aaidect. aad f.-axlafa tn irf:u,c. AM tha ten
1-o.n everrwoera. Tw . ccoia a aos 1 bj aiaU,
teautaaoawa,or$S ajoat.
o teeh3"to citrus.
THE DOLLAEv WEEK.I.T 8TT1U
lTva aoples, ooayaar.SfBarsialT udOTt
Faar itallaiw.
Tea eer-laa. eaa vaar, seaarataiT sd(ti isisS (aa4
aa uva oopf to aa getter ap oi ri no .
Klakt Oalhtn.
Taeiil, emva. ma Tear, ssmratelr adci
uai u uin nuuu4Ciipi ciaoi.
FlTleea Dollars.
Elftv eonl-a. ena Tear, to eae a'tdrasa lead lb
Sena-M eca7 oas ear to setter a o of elu b),
Thlrtr-thrM Dalian,
yifrf enpfea, om rear, wparatatv aodnawd (anaj
taa SeuWaaaljoaaje&rToretteraporeinr.),
Xairtj-Sva Dalian.
Cm aanilreil eoetet, am Tear, to eae adore
(nod to Dalijr lor oaa jau to the getter an ol
eioo). Fifty Dalian.
One handreS eoalea, oaa year, eeparately adV
dwwd mod taaiaflj lor on year to me rettet
ap at club). felxsy Dallaxa.
THE BEMI-WEEKLY BCE.
VTra coslea, oaa rear, separately sd4roae4.
JUaht Deitanta
Tea eoriles, one rear, senarstelv addressed (aad
aa extra copy to getter ap of c!tio.
EMxtcca Dottam
BEXD TOCU. fi05ZT
tnrViat tBr oMen.eheets. or drartt eairea)
Tore srhereeer rjOTeoleot. II not, tnea ragisus
taa lottataooiininliig money. Address
X.tr.EKOLA!Vri. PoDrboer,
ua oiTirft hew xat C3XA
LADY ELGIN, the favorite
watch of the Ladies. New desisrns
in cases received this week. Ev
ery watch warranted to give sat
isfaction. H B. VINCENT ft BEO.
C0111B1.1, LOZMH CO.
Otccliran,
Uoctm - wet tiuE tss
PUBLIC
SQUABE,
M'CONNELSVILLE, O.,
Dealers in
KMS'A'AIE, B08SHMSW
GOODS,
FARMING IMPLEiv'iEi'i S S,lC.&C.
.
SPECIAL AiTENTiGM
tiirea to tha
ARB
S-TaCiiisiery Trade.
ROWERS k REAPEKy
in this locality for tha sal of the
Celebrated
Mowers & I.eapers,
WOULD
Mower & Reaper.
and tho
RUSSELL
Mower' & lleaper,
iscriCTtTsiaao
Cook & Healing Stoves.
and odd pieces of all tha varieties of Cook
Stoves in the country ; -11 kinds ofThresh-
ins- Machine Caatinis t also Salt a. ernes,
and Salt Flanges, Sugar Kettles, Pots. Crid-
dlea, SKilleln, Biwui twenty anirrent pai
ernsofPlow Points. Machine Caatincs fot
Steamboat. Saw Mills, S.ilt Works, Mow
era and l'.eapera ( also Cast Iron Chimney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Desks and Beats.
Tin-ware.
Have constantly on hand, manufactured
thair order, all 'manner of Tin -ware, Stov.
Trimmings, Ac.
Blacksmithing.
Manufacturers of Water Tweers, Mandril's,
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
Remember the Place :
Soth-west Side of the Public Square
MCOXXELSV1LLE.U.
tnar.13,1 87041.
THIS LARGEST
QDEENSVVARESTOI.fi
E. L. JENKIKS,
IBFOETER ISO DEALER IS
QUEEXSWAEE!
CHINA 1
GLASS ! AND
EAETHEN WAKE I
North side of Center street, between
Eaat and Penn streets, '
LlcConnelsviUe Ohio.
REASONS FOR PATRCNIZIN3 JEN-
KIN'S ESTABUSHMENr !
1st. Jenkins imports his own poods
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second band.
2nd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in south-eastern Uhio, and you
are enabled to get just what you want
do not have to take just what you
can get.
3rd. Living amongst ns, Jenkins
helps to build up the business of the
community, and it i no mora than
right that community should build
him up instead of going off to Zanea
ville, or some such point to buy your
goods.
.At Jenkins' in
April 21, 1872 tf.
UOOFEAXD'S coLrai.t.
ONE MILLION OF LIVES
SAVED ! It is one of there
markthle fact of this remarkable ap. nnt
merely thai to many persons are the victim
of djupepsiaor iudigeatioo, bat its willina;
victims. No, ate wseld notbeaodratoo4
to fay that any one regards dyspepsia with
favor, or feels disposed to rank it amona;
the luxuries ol life. Far Irons it. I'boae
who have ezperieoeed its torments would
scoot such an idea. Mark Tapley, who was
jolly onder all the trying circumstances io
which he was placed, never had aa attack of
dyspepsia, or his jollity won Id have ipeedi
ly torsakea him. Men and women some
times suffer its tortures uncomplainingly,
but whoever heard o! a person who enjoyed
them T Of all the multifarious diseases ta
which the hnman sy.tcm is liable, there ia,
perhaps, none so generally prevalent aa dy
pepsia. If inert is a wretched btiog in the
world it is
A Cti'Jlrnud DyipeptU t
Bat it is ant onr intention to deteant ea
ibe horrors of Dvspepala. We have said
that dispepsia is perhaps the tnot univer
sal ol human disease. This is emphatic-
ally the case in the United States. Wheth
er this general prevalence is due to the
character of the food, Ibe method of its
pre Da ration, or the nasty manner in which
it is usually swallowed, is nol our province
to explain. The great fact with which wa
re called to deal ia this t
Ihj.rpiptia PretnU
almost universally. Nearly tveiy ether pen
ann yon meet is a' victim, and epparently
a willing one ; lor were not this the case.
why so miny r Herein, when a certain spee
dy and safe remedy is within the easy
reach of all who desire to avail themselves
ol it f But the majority will not. Blind,
ed by prejudice, or deterred by some other
unexplained inflaencs, they refnee to ac
cept the relief pn.flered them. They torn
a deaf ear to the testimony or the thous
ands whose sufferings have been alleviated,
and with strange infatuation, appear to
cling with desperate determination to their
rn'.bless tormentor. B'lt says dyspeptic:
What is this remedy T to which we reply :
This great alleviator of hnman suffering is
almost aa widelt known as the English lan
gaage. It has allayed the agonies of thon
aand, and ia to-lay earrving comfort and
encouragement to tboQtanda oi others.
Thi. acknnwleded panacea is none other
Than Dr. llootiarult Gervtam Bittcri
Would yoo know moie ol Ihe merits ot
this wonderlnl medicioe than can he learn
ed from the experience of others T Try it
yourself, and when it has failed to fnlfill
the mereof its efficacy given by the
proprietor, then abandon faith in it I
Let it Be liemmbertd,
6rt of all, that HOOFLAKD'S German
Bitters is not a mm beverage. They are
not alcoholic in any sense of the term.
The) are composed wholly ol ti e pure juice
or vital principle o! roots. This is not a
mere assertion. Tie extracts from which
they are compounded are prepared by one
oi tb? ab'.e German rkenrst. Unlike a
ny other Bitters in the market, they are
wholly free iron spirituous iogieaieuta.
They Pwify the Blood.
cleansing the vital fluid of all burtfa! Imp
or i ties and supplanting them with the ele
ments oi genuine bealthfnlness. Bat in
that most eenet ally prevalent distressing,
sod dreaded disease, Dyspepsia,
Thy Stand Unrivaled,
Now, there sre certain classes ol persona
to whom extreme Bitters are cot only an
palatable, but who find it impossible te
take them without positive discomfort.
For such Dr. Hoofland German Tonic bat
been specially pr pared. This preparation
is not ocly palatable, bnt combines, in mn
dified form, all the virtues of the German
Bitters. In cases of languor or excessive
debility, where the system sppearstohave
become exhausted of its energies. IIOO
fla lid's Tonic sets with almost marv
elous effect. It gives strength to weakness
and throws despondency to the winds.
Bat Dr. lloofliod's benefactions to ihe hn
man race sre not confined to bis celebrated
German Bitters, or bis invaluable
Tonic. He has prepared soother medicine,
which is rapidly winning way to popular
favor because of its intrinsic merit. This
is tk. Hooflaud's Podopnyllln
Pllts, a perfect substitute for mercory,
without any of mercury's evil qualities.
These wonderful Pills, which are intended
to act anon the Liver, are mitnly eompos.
ed of Podophjllio, or the Vital Principle
of the &Iudrake Boot. It is the medic o
al virtues of this health-giving riant.
lie Phodnpbyllin acts directly on the Li v.
er. The extract of Mandrake contained ia
them is skilllully combined with foar other
extracts, thas producing a pill that influ
ences the en the digestive and alimentary
system.and in its action is entirely tree from
oanea. Foasesaing these much desirable
qialities the PodnphvWn bfcomes invaln
oleosa Family PILE. Ns
Household should be wiihoot them. They
are perfectly safe, require bat two lor aa
ordinary dose, are prompt end iflWect i
action, and alien oed in connection with
Dr. lioofland' German Bitters, or Tonic
may be regarded as certain specifics in all
cases of Liver Cmplaint Dyspepsia or any
ol ihe disniders to which the system is ord
inarily subject,
OSX. IIOOFLAXD,
having provided internal remedies for die
rse, has given the world one manly fo?
external application, in the woudertul pre
paration kco rn as
Dr. noofland's GreeU Oil.
This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains &
aches oi all kinds. Rlirumatw-m, Neural
s, Toothache, ChilMaio, Sprains and
Curn, Pain in the Bark aad Loins, King
worm. ke , &e , &e., all yield to its exter
nal a pplicAt i . The number of cures ef
fi-cted by it is astonishing, and they art
inc reasing every day.
Taken internally, it is a en re for Tfeart
born?, Xidney Diseases, Sick Headacbet)
Colio, Dysentery, Cholera liorbu, ani
Cramp, Pains in the stomach, Colds, As
thma, ke.
The Greek Oil is composed entirely of
healing gumi and essential oils. The princ
ipal ingrediedot is an oily substance, pro
cmeJ io the southern part of Greece. Its
eflvels as destroyer of pain are truly magU
cat. Thousands have been benefitted by
its ue. and. a trial by those who t re skept
ical will thoroughly convince them oi its
inestimable value.
These remedies will be sent by express te
anv locality, noon application to the prin
cipal office, at the German Medicine Store
No 631 Arch street, rnua.
CHAS. M. EVAXS.Prop'r.
Formerly C. M. Jackon k Co.
These remedies are for sale by Druggists,
Storekeepers, aad medicine Dealers ttery-wbere.

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