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KcCO.WlLL, ElWm k HiBUS.
THE LARGEST
and
THE
c:
aEAPEST
STUCK OF
FALL AMD WINTER
Dry Xoods
Ever shown in the City of Zanes
ville, can be seen at the New Store
Room of
iL, mi i
N. E. Corner Main & 3rd Sts.
Particular Attention Called (o Our Slock of
BLACK GllOGR AIN SILKS,
COLORED HUSH POPLINS,
FRENCH MERiNOSj-EMPRESS CLOTHS, AND THE BEST
37 and a half & 50o 8UCI MPACC1S in the City
BROWN 9IUSLI1V8:
7f 8, 9 and 10c. per yard.
NEW STYLES OF CALICOES :
8, 0 and 10c. per yard.
t& Ht Btoti k Fill isd Complete-P ease Call end Examine Before Buyiar
Eisewkrre
Oct. 13, 187l-tf.J
McCOXNKLL, KMI-RSON, A HAItlUS,
Norths-East Curucr Main & 3id Streets.
CO I UTS FOR I STS.
Th State of Onio, Jiffebsov Cocirnr, as.
Pursuant to the atatutes in such .rase
made and provided, we, the Judges of the
ronrt of Cinimon Pleas, within and for the
Eighth Juilicn.1 District in the Stale of Oh
io, do hereby order and direct that tbe
Ternisof the District Court, and of tbe
court of Common Picas, within tbe several
counties of said District, shall begin at tbe
hour of eight (6) o'cIock in the niorniugoo
the days and dates hereinafter named, da
ring the year 1872, to-wit:
DISTEICT COraT.
In Muskingum conaty, Monday, Aug. 2Sth.
In Morgan county, Holiday, Sept. 2nd.
In Noble county Thursday, Sept. 5th.
In Monroe county, Monday ept. 9'.b.
In Belmont O'inty, Wednesday, Sept. 11th.
In Guernsev ciun"tv. Monday Sent. 18ih. .
In Tnsrar&vas, county, Friday, Sept. 20tb.
In Harriaun county, Monday, Sept. J3rd.
in Jefferson county, Wednesday, Sept. 2Sth.
ccmhok pleas.
In Muskingum county. February 20, April
30, and October 2Sih.
Ia "ob!e co-mtv, Februarys, June II, and
October IStb.
In Gucrnaoy county. February IS, April
30, and October 15th.
Ia Morgan county, March I Mb, June 11,
and November 12th.
In Befnont county, February It, April SO,
and Nnvenibei 5ti.
In Monroe county, March 28, June 13, and
October lr.h.
! Tusca'awa county, February 19, May
50, and November 4th.
In Hrrnn county, February , May ,
and October 21. .
In Jefferson coimtr, March 4, June 8, and
November 25th.
And we fuither direct that a certified
copy of this order be transmitted forth
with by the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pless of JeflVmon county to the Secretary
ol Slate and to tbe Clerk of the Court of
Common Pless in each of said counties,
and tfcat it be published according to law
in each of aaid counties foe four consecu
tive weeks.
Given under ner hands, at Bteubenville,
this 2sth day of September, A. P.. 18fil.
MOSE8 M. GItAKGER,
FREDERICK W. WOOD,
JOHN II. MILLER,
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, 8th
Judicial District of Ohio.
I. Oliver C. Smith, Clerk of the Court of
Common Picas, within and lor tbe coun'y
of Jefferson, in the State of Ohio, hereby
certify that tbe foregoing Transcript is
correctly taken and copied nolo the Jour
nal ot said Court, at the same remains in
m v office.
. -Witness my aignature and the seal of
aidUourt, this 3rd day ofOctober, 1871.
OLIVER C. SMITH. Clerk.
Copy. Attest: CYRUS M. ROBERTS,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court. Morgan Co.,
Ohio. Nov. 2,1871 4w.
Sew lnoodi
Now opening at AD A IR S Book Store
among which we mention Tracbeb's
Ams on Theory, Practice. Government.
Ac, of Sc'iools, Dictionaries. School
Boocs, Tot Books, and many Miscella
kkous PrBLiCATioxg. Go and see them.
Their stock is large and attractive, and
prices as low as anywhere in the coun
try. FHA.NCIS KUBY,
LADY ELGIN.
GAIL BORDEN,
N:w Watches just out by Elgin
Watch Co., and fur sale at Vincents.
Fresli Supplies
' Of Woodek Cures, Kxbber Balls, Tim
Books,-Steel Pens, Pesholdrrs, Car
mike ixk, g'ocrt pl.astrb games of au
THORS, and many other Goods, now re-,
ceiving at ADAIR'S Book Store.
FLOWEKED BOW RIBBON.
Call and so the fittest lot of Bow
.Ribbon ever brought to this market,
at G. E. Hallidat & Co's.
Here flier are!
VA. c.t? i r r T" .
witwTAvnp... . v. iw
tiokarirs, Orudex's Concordaxcb, and
other valuable Bible helps, received i
this day at ADAIR'S Book Store. Ev-
ery family should possess a copy of one.
or more of theso Bookr
t. ECi 4 a, A ' ERTISKlrl EXTS.
Administrator's) Sale.
BT OhBEB OF PROBATE COCT OF M'IBGAH CO., O.
On Saturday, Xov. 25lb. 1871, will be
old, at public sale, at th office of Wm A.
Sturgtwu, ia Malta, O., between Uie hours
of 12, and 2, p. the following real
estute, aituate in the township of Malta,
Morgan fouuty, Ohio, to-wit Being part
of fractional section no. 10, rang no. 12, of
landa sold at Zanesrille, Ohio, containing
one acre, more or iesa, iwingthe same ln4
old and conveyed by Francis A. Barker
and Catharine Barker to Richard Duuning
ton, deceased, by deed dated the 8th dav
nj July, A. V., 1 839, and recorded in Record
J, Records of beeils ofMorgan t'oun'y, Oh
io, at page 188, to which for a more perfect
deecription reference if hereby niadu. Al
so, at tue samt time and place, will be
old the personal property of said deceased,
consisting of Co renter tonic, Household
luruiture, c. Terms of tale of real estate,
one-third on day of sale, one-third in six
mouths, and ballnnce in twelve months,
with interest from day ol sale on deferred
payments. Back payments to be secured
.by mortgage on the premises.
W VI. A. STLTGEOX,
Administrator of Estate of Richard Dnn
nuigton, deceased. Oct. 2a, 1871 lar.
to ba. fl. B. V incenl &, Bro.
Fanjlly Bibles!
New lot of Cheap Family Bibles this
day received at ADAIR'S Book Store,
Go and see them. They can't be beat
for quality and cheapness.
I.LUAL. KOTICE.
Ephraim L. Ellis Thomas J. KUir, Car
oline White, and Hersbal B. White, Tolly
Getwoodand William Gelwood, Morgan Co.,
O., William Birdsell and Mana Birdsell, Da
vid White and Lucv White. Albert White
and Kan cy White, all of whom
reside in the counly of Lynn, in the State
of Iowa, will take notice that Edward Loch
ry and Clemeuliua Lochry, his wife, did,
ou the 31st day of August, A. D., 1871, file
their petition iu the Clerk's office of the
Court of Common Pleas f.-r Morgan eonnly,
0bio,aakiu( for partition it the following
described rial estate. situate iu the county
of Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit : Be
ing all that part of lots no. ninety -eight
ninety-nine and one hundred
(10U), lying south of the Muskingum river,
in Town no. nice (9), Range eleven (11),
Muskingum allottment, Ohio Company's
Purchase. Also, 28.1(8 acrea in the south
east part of lot no. ninety-seven (97), in
aaid Town, Range and Allottment, bound
ed and described aj- follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at the South-east corner of said lot,
tbenee running with the east line thereof
33.12 chaina to a corner standing on said
line, 1.87 chains south of Mutkingura river,
thence west 8.75 chain to a atone, thence
south 33.12 chains to a stone on the south
line of said lot, thence east 8.75 chains to
the place of beginning, excepting from the
last above described tract or parcel the fol
lowing : Beginning for a description of
the same on the west line of said tract a
bout forty roda from the Xorth-weat cor
ner thereof, ard about one rod South of a
walnut, 12 inches in diameter, standing on
said line, th.nce running east 20 rods.
thence running south 20 rods, thence run
ning west ZOrods to ca:d line, tbenee run
ning north 20 rods on said line to the place
ol beginning, ana being me premises upou
which petitioners now reside, the whole of
aforesaid premises containing about 103.98
acres be the same more or less. The peti
tion will be for hearing at the next term
of tbe Court of Common Pleas of Jlfbrgan
Couutv, Ohio.
EDWARD LOCHRT,
ml OLEJuDXTINA L0C1IRY.
Br J. T. Ckxw, their Attorney.
It)uAH kinds of School Books at A
DAIR S Book Store, at the lowest pricts.
Ot(tee8, by the can or liulf-c:in,
can be had at D. & C. W. llnmrnoy'r
at all limes.
Juvenile Books!
Lots of Jovekile Booes now receiving
at ADAIR'S Book Store, of the latest
and most excellent character.
LADIES' OPERA CHAINS.
We are constantly iu receipt of the
very Ulest novelties in this class ol
grods. and oar customers are assnr
ed that they will gel is. quality just
suon articles as we represent them
t-attle,
to
THE INDEPENDENT.
IOSEPH A CCLLT EDITOR AND PROPEIKTOR.
Jl'CONNXLSVLLLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . 1VOV. lO, 1ST1.
T E .R OM S
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One cony, one year, cash
In advance, $2.00
.TO CLUBS
To Clubs ot five, or upward,
cacli subscriber, $1.50
Mbs. Joseph Stubb, of . Malta,
died suddenly yesterday morning.
The Brown. Manly Plow Co. , is
erecting more new buildings.-
Is mary place" in Ohio, at (be
lata election, the Prohibition vote
was not returned.
The Presbytertan Mito Society,
held last Thursday evening t Mrs.
Mary A. McGrath's, raised 814.50.
F. W. Moore has g one to Nolle
County, whore he will follow bis
profession. , :
Rev. W. M. Ferguson delivered
Ins lecture on "Mordecai" at Deer
field on Monday evening. Receipts,
upward of S40.
The Prohibition vote in Penns
ylvania this year is now staled to be
5,243, besides a great maty thai
wore not'returned.
The Brown, Manly Co. Steel,
Plow is superceding' tho Pittsburg
Steel Plow wherever the two are
brought in competition.
Attorney General Pond receiv
ed a higher number of votes than
any other candidate before tho peo
pie ot Olno at tho recent election.
The Btvwn, Manly Plow Co. took
the 1st premiums at the Athens Fair
on their Tj refilling Machine and
Steel Plows,
Patrick JIenrt, Eo,., of Stock
port, has been appointed one-of the
School Examiners of this County in
place of James 51. Rusk, who. has
removed to Zinesville,
A petition ia in circulation, to be
sent to the Governor of Ohio, ask
ing for the pardon of Stephen Mil
ler, sentenced to the Penitonliary
last spring for five years for killing
young Tracy.
The speakers for the Public Tem
perance Meeting, to bo hold at Ches
ter'fiolil on the cvoning of . Tuesday,
.Nov.zlrtt, are Revs. Cooper and Mi
Guiro and Attorney t'cncral F. B.
Pond.
The demand for tho Brown, Man
ly Co. Steel Plow is so great that
the Co. has orders - row on its
books thtt have been there for six
months, and that they have not been
able, nsyet, to fill.
u wo new stores have been start
ed in Chesterfield. E. it. Worrell ha
started a Boot & Elioe Ston and
Oliver Williams a Dry Goods, Cloth
incr, Notion and Grocery Store,
Nothing like pmh and energy,
The Chesterfield and Plymouth
Base Ball Clubs played a match
game at Cheetorfiold on Saturday
Inst, which rcsultod in 39 runs for
Plymouth to 30 f.r Chesterfield
Another fttr.e will be iilnycd 'by
these clubs, at 1'lymoutli this week
The first pro , of the District Fair,
held at Burnsville this sear on, was
awarded Brown, Manly & Co., on
llicir bteel 1 iows. Brown, Manly
& to. nau to content, tor '.lus pre
mium, with tho Pittsburgh Steel
Center Plow and Dayton Chamn
ion aicei now.
The Brown, Manly Plow Co. are
building a largo number of Thresh
ing Machines, of the Pit; 8 & Rals
ton Patent, on which nru crcat im
provemcnts over those built Ian
season. ' They are, also, prepared to
t'lrnish two styles ot horse powers.
tho old style, six & eight horse, the
Cary, eight and ten, down or moun
ted. -
Malta is up and doing and bound
to have a Rul Road. Jior citizens
havo sent James .M. Rogers and C.
Li. Hall to Columbus to into j d the
ineelin ' held tlioro to-day, notice
of which is tun Jo elsewhere in this
paper. With the efforts of Malta
on the West, and of McConnuUviilo
on tins sioii ot me river, our pros
pects ot a it til Koad through tho
Counly are most fl.tltor ing.
Dick Enule, of Chesterfield
called on us on MonJay, and states
that he has made arrangements to
be soon at MounUiown and Bishop
vi I.e. with a full lrno of Harness,
Snddlu3, Bridles, Collars, &c, which
be will tell at bis customary low
rati-e. Poi-iors will be out anucunc
ing the days he will bo at tho above
Kints. Dick is one of your live
men, and it is a pleasure tor one to
boy of luni.
The Athens Messenger says :
"Wm. Warn, r, the invincible
bulcbor, is now selling choice beef
and pork at from six to eight cents
per pound.
it wouiu do wen it we had an
''invinuiblo butcher" hire, if lie
could accommodate (he people with
those rates. Our butchers r-sy from
2J to cents er pound for beef
and sel' beef from four to fif
teen cents per pound, according to
the cat you are able to buy. The
best roast and steak sell front 10 to
12i cents, and besletenk alone at
15 cents. Dressed hogs are worth
but 4 cents, and sausage is sold for
12A cents. If the Athens butcher
can manage to make a decent liv
ing at his rales, our butchers will
certainly not break tip.
Stolen Bot. On last Saturday
morning, a circular was received
hero by Mayor W. W. MeCarty,
from the Chief of Police, of Qnincy,
111., stating that a boy, named Fred
erick Leib, about five years old, had
been stoleu fron. there by a shabby
set of .Kentucky rovers, who live
the Gipsey style, and that they
were some where, in this section
of country. A company answer
ing to tho above description, hav
ing passod through here on Friday
last, Geo. W. MeCarty and. Henry
Siglcr were diepatched after them,
following them to near Cambridge,
where they lost all truce of them on
Saturday night. MeCarty and Sig
lcr ascertained, however, that they
had a child with them answering
the discription of the boy Loib,
and it is supposed they continued
toward Washington.
E. M. Stanbeey" has roceived u
letter from Wm. Lawrence, Sr.,
President of the Eastern Ohio 11.
R , stating that all along the cast
end of the route, the people are up
and doing in the interest of the
road. The new Board of Direct
ors has inspired confidence all
along the line, and all fool that
whatever thoy subscribe will be
honestly and economically expend
ed. Mr. Lawrence promises to be
in this County soon and talk to our
people a little.
Mr, Jesse Embree, a notice of
whoso death we made last week,
was bur:ed at Pennsville, on Satur
day morning last, at 10 o'clock. The
deceased was born in Maryland m
180S, and has been a resident of
Morgan County for about fifty
years, lie was one of our leading
farmers, and most worthy citizens.
For years he had given a great deal
of attention to fruit irruwine. and
was eminently successful. lie was
a highly esteemed member of the
Society of Friends, and the attend
ance at his fun en I was the largest
ever known ota funeral in Ponn tp.
llis wire and family have the heart
felt sympathies of all who know
them.
On Tuesday evening Rev W. M.
Forguson preached in the Presby
terian Cnurch of this p. ace to a
large audience. This was free, of
course. Un' Wednesday cvunmgho
lectured in the samo place, deliver
ing his celebrated locture on "Mor
decai " twenty-five cents admissirn
being chargod, the proceeds, to go
the rolief of the sufferers of the
North-west, and the audience rwas
far from being large. Had there
bean a Minstrel troupe or Circus
here, charging fifty cents admission,
the proceeds to go to snpport a let
of lazy vagabonds, the place of per
forming would have been full.
Such is taste .! very bad tasle, we
mean.- -. . .
James M. Rogers, ot Malta, at
tends a R. R. Meeting at Col am
bus, to-day, that is of groat interest
to all who feel an interest in the
Eastern Ohio It is a meeting rel
ative to a projoctcJ Road front Col
umbus, through Roynoldsburg, Mil
lorsport, New Salem, Somerset, into
tho iron and coal region of Perry
County. This will "bo of immense
advantago to the Eastern JOiiio, and
will bo one cf the means by which it
will be roado u paying institution.
Tho idea that tbo Eastern Ohio
will never bo a paying lino to the
stockholders that crrado it, is fast
being dissipttcd. There is no rea
son in tho world why it should not
be mai'e to pay equally with the
Hocking Valley R R., which is
considered one of the beer invest
ments in the country. Sinco the
abovo was pnt in type wo learn
that C. L. Hall and Attorney Gen
eral Pond will be at the above
meeting also.
Morgan Co. Medical Society.
Dr. John Alexander furnishes
the following report of the doings of
the Morgan County Medical Society
on Tuesday last :
. Morgan , County Medical Society
held its Semi-annual meeting at Dr.
Cliailen Robertson's office, on Nov.
7th 1871.
1 he exercises were spirited and in
teresting. Dr. J. H. Brown presented
a paper on Cancer of the Morminary
Uland, and. after stating different
modes of treatment concluded by sta
ting that, in his opinion, removal of
the glan-i by the knife afforded the
patient the best chance for life.
. Dr. J.E. Brown read a very creditable
paper on Practice, and Dr. Xoyes one
on Physiology.
Society adjourned at 12 o'clock, If.,
to meet at 2 o'clock, I'. JI , and mem
bers repaired to Dr Charles Robert
son's residence, where they were
sumptuously entertained.
Society met at time appointed, and
Dr. Robertson read . a paper on the
History of the Morgan County Medi
cal Society, in which he stated that it
was organized thirty-two years ago,
and that only two or t hree of the origi
nal members are now living. On mo
tion, the Doctor's paper was ordered
to be published. - -
The suliject of Dvptheria 'was pre
sented by Dr. John Alexander, which
elicited a very, interesting discussion.
The Society adjourned to meet on
the 26th of December next, at which
timeDrs Ewing, Rusk and Alexander
are to present papers on dinercnt
Medica' questions
Ihe meetings of the f-ocietv are
open to the public. Rev. L.
was present during the most of the
abovo meeting, and in a few remarks
before the Bocietv, stated that tun--was
the third meetite of tho kind he
had Attended and that he thinks he
has been benefited thereby. lie has
learned that the object of the profess
ion is not merely to make money, but
profession, the object of .which is to
smooth the rough pathway of suffering
humanity, lie also stated that he
thought that if the public were better
acquainted with the interior workings
of the profession, that they would en
tertain views that would be unfavora
ble to the claims of Quackery. Tho
Society would be glad to have the pub
lic attend its meeting.
McGuireiin
McConnelsville Market.
Nov. 10, 1871.
White wheat, per bushel.
red "
$1.25
' 1.20
40
30
40 c. to 45
. 50
corn, "
oats, "
potatoes, "
apples, green, "
dried, per pound.
peaches, " "
flour, Shcpard's, per barrel,
McUonnel 8, "
corn meal, per bushel,
butter, per pouud,
e2Ssi Per dozen,
tea, green, per pound, best,
black. -Japan.
"
coffee, "
sugar, brown,
" white, "
molasses, N. 0.. per callon.
sorghum,
golden syrup, "
carbon oil, "
oysters, by half can,
chickens, live. each.
beef cattle, per 100 lbs., $2.50 to 3.50
beef, best roast and steak, per lb., 10
hogs, live, per 100 lbs., 3.00
dressed, " - im
sausage, per 2 lbs.,
lard, per lb.,
tallow, "
5
8
7.50
7 00
6
15
20
1 50
l.O'l
1.50
25 c. to 30
10 c. to 13
Uc.tJ 17
80
50
1.00
35
40 c. to 61,
20
8 c. to 10
8 c. to 10
t,Immense lots of NEW GOODS
now arrivine at Adair's Knok Ktnre
They are replenishing t heir stock large
ly for the present Fall andcoming Win
ter trade, and will soon have the finest
array of Goods ever opened in M'Con-
ueisvme.
From a careful revision of nil thai
we havo scon, read and heard, we
gather that the crops throughout
the United States and Canada have
been in the main satisfactory , not
to eay abundant The wheat crop
has suffered somewhat from the
drouth early in the season, and from
the chinch-bug in certain locahtios,
and it is doubtful if the large esti
mate of tho crop will be realized.
Oats havo been an abundant crop,
generally, and corn, though injured
in some plnres by a dry summer,
will be greatly abovo tho average.
In European countries, with the
exception of Frauco where tho crop
is seriously deficient, and iu Eng
land, 'where tho wheat crop is be
low the avorago, a good yield has
been secured. Via may thereforo
expect that the foreign demand,
though it will probably bo good,
will not bo excessive, and thai
present prices may bo maintained
tor wheat and fljur. As European
population cannct be induceJ to
use corn ns an article of food it
would bo unwiso to look to them
as a mcaus for disposing ot the
certain ; abundance of this crop.
Bat we find throughout tho Western
Stales that hogs are' abundant.
Theso will famish a means of cousu-
minga large proportion of tho ex
cess, and as pork is very low a large
dcmacid w ill probably arise, which
will easo tho market of tho surplus.
Thereat fire in Cnicago lias con
some J a considerable amount of tlin
large stock on hand there. Pork
and corn, reading in tho market
very mu:h on each oilier, necessa
rily rise and fall together. Any
rise in pork, then, will thereforo fa
vorably effect corn. ' Throughout
Southern Illinois and Missouri tbe
drouth has seriously shortened the
hay crop and late pasturage, and
generally throughout the country
hay is scarco.. la thoEast Ito at
ficiuncy is partly made np among
the more thoughtiul and forehand
ed farmers by means of other fod
der crops, aud though possibly oth
ers my have to g t rid ot a portion
of their stock, yet we. do not look
for any necessary sacrifice- of values
on that account. Ivansas is full of
cheap cattlo from Texas, and drov
ers are afraid of touching stock.
At a so called spirlilual silting in
Hartford recently thoro was pros
cut a woman who mourned tho loss
ot her consort, and, as the manifes
tations began to appear, the spirit
ot the -departed Benedick entered
upon the scene. Or'.course the wid
ow was now eager lo engage in con
versation with the absent one, and
the following dialogue ensued :
Widow. "Are j ou in tho fpirit
world?"
The Lamented. "1 am."
Widow. "How long have you
been there?''
The Lamented. "Oh, some timo."
Widow. "Don't you want to come'
back and bo with your lonely wife?''
The Lamented. "Not ;1 I know
myself. It's hot enough around
here!"
If the report that Crigham Young
has left Salt lake City "for good be
true, it show s a grenter panic among
the Mormons than was imagined io
'exist. He evidently fear3 the appli
cation of law to his case, and pai ticu
la:y dreads . nn arraignment on a
charge of muidi-r. Jt hTuiflicuU to be
lieve that he dreads conviction, or
fears the punishment that will follow.
Ill-life has had in it i-o much of ro
mance that it might be supposed that
he still might accvpt punishment as a
new development of romantic exper
ience. If he has really fled to escnp
the law, it may bo accep ed ns true
that there are other crimes chargea
ble to him, the thought of which gives
him grave apprehenson. His flight
will hasten the crisis that impends
over his church. .
On the 12tlt of December there
will bo another total celip of the
sun. Astronomers will havo to go
further to soo it than they went to
sco iho eclipse of last year. The
South of Europe was the necessary
point of observation for the latter,
but the coming phenomenon must
be viewed from the southern ex
tremity of Java, tho coast of Ara
bia, or the northern part of Suma
tra and Australia.
Agricultural ftodce.
The Board of Directors o? tho
Morgan Comity AijricullurHl Socie
ty will meet at tho Mror' Office,
McCoiinclsvillo, O., on
Monday November 20. 1S7I,
At ten o'clock, A. M., to award pre
miums on Field Crops, and lor the
transaction of Bucli other business
as may b9 proscntoJ at that time.
By order of the Board.
JOIINS. AD4IR,
Kov. 8, 1871. 2w. Secretary.
tet?Xew and splendid lot of Cnirss-
Mrx jnst received at ADAIR'S Book
btore, in various sty es.
LACK COLLARS. G. E. JTalli
day & Co. havoon hand a very fine
aftiortment of Laco Collnrs which
they aro selling for prices to suit
thrt tiniOH
ta-ew stock of Lkoal and JiTs-ncrs'
Blanks, Blank rRosii-eoHY None Books,
Ac. Ac, received at ADAIR'S Book
Store this week.
SILVER AND S1LVER-PLA
TED WARE Larsre vanelv of ar
ticles suitable for Holidny and WcJ
dir.f presoats. II. B. Vincent &
Bro. .
t, Continuous arrivals of new and
fresh Goods at ADAIR'S Book Store
enable that firm to keep pace with the
times, and a little ahead of the propo
sed Railroad improvements, and a'ways
present an attractive stock. 1 hey are
now receiving every week new supplies
of School Boors, Statiokebt Miscki.i.a
NKotrs Books, Faxii.t Bibi.es Pocket Hi-
bi.ks, Albums, Dictiovariks, and hosts of
other Goods. Everybody in want ol
Goods in their line should not fail to
give them a call.
Frnst FiEisr rrrc!-
MINK and ALASKA FURS
G. E. I1ALLIDAY & Co. are sollin t
Furs very choap. Call and nct them.
A Inrge stock and full assort
ment of SLATKS always kept at A
d aib's Book Store. . r
Oystejip, the very best, kept con
stantly on band at D. & C. W.
Mummey's.
Presbyterian Hymn Hooks!
New stock of I'rksrttekian Uyms
Books, of various sizes and sty'es of fin
ish and Binding, received this dav at
ADAIR'S Book Store.
MO V K'S CO I.C M X.
CCD BTflZS
PIOKEER STOKE !
OF50YUS. STAlNDLNG.
J. B. STONE
nas just opened r.d will bt in receipt
week.j, of tbe finest as'ortmeiit of FALL
and wm'KR. STAFLK and FANCY
Dry (Jonas and Notions fl at the good ie
pl ol Morgnn have ever had access to.
We hnve takes fciul pains to obtain all
the latest novelties in the wiy tf
DRESS GOODS
KM PRE S CLOTHE, plain and rapp
ed in 8!ayk. B!ne, (Jreer, iirowr, furjile.
liirm-f, and V ine c!o, and ut linr pri
ces; 1000 ywdsof BLACK ALPACAS
and l'UKK MOHAIR. We make a spe
ciality ol these jco I, and keep ihe best
bramis for style and finish; .No. a greater
variety than 0,i can fi:id cUewbere at
3.i cts., 40, 45 5t, 5, CO, 73, 85, Si. 00,
81 20, Biid!.35 per yard. FiiiSXCH
M KlilNOS, aii wool, in patterns, any
shtde vnu may dfsirc.
JAIMXESU KOBES! Ttemost da
rahle and fbe richest gouiisoal; yon ei'i
find them now!ie-e "lie. RKAL JAPAN
KSE SILKS; we keep do imitations.
KICI3 PLAIDS from 25 cts. np
ward; CKOS DK K II INK and REPP
SILKS, jLPACCA i'OPUNS and
LUSTUKS, in varinos color-: CAS II
MERKS. POPLINS. CH AM BRETTAS,
ic. A LSI 11 A LI AN . and MOHAIR
Crapes; heantitul Mohair Stripe and
Corded Alpitccas; at 30 cts. per jr l.
WOOLENGOODS.
We Lave a Icavier stock (ban nsnal of
these goods; they were bnnght at low wa
t rmrtik, and will be fold accordingly.
Besvir Cloths. Jeans, 4 5 1. Ovorliu1
Jirmine, Caimws, 6 end 7 lb. Blai
ke!s, F anr.els of all kind-' at ex
tiemc l.t h prices. . Opera
Flanneis in RichPiaids,
Extensive line of
Gnts and La
dies' Under
wrar. Fall snit of Gan's" Underwear for $1.00.
WATERPROOFS ! Steel mis, Gold
mix, Creen mix. and also d labia faced and
in Lncj stripes.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
A Sipjrior articlo, every piece wTast
edFiee Iroui Shoddy. Call and see.
SZIAWLS! Sill AWLS! SHAWLS!
Of allthe litest styles "Long Branch,"
' L-idr Kratiklui," sal in stripes 4c, all si
zes aud at very low pi ice.
FTJES1 FUES'
Da not parens' - these goods o
"Fancy Stores" at 'Fane'?" pliers, bot
n direct to StnncVand pr-ieare sumetliing
s'yli.-h as wtrll as CIIKAI'. We would
ir.viie sper-ial attention to our late styles
or CUIJVCIIILLA,
I5KAVKR.
YLXVKTEEY,
S5AQLEIXG3,
fcc. k.c As.
Oor elve'een are Silk fii.Mied and
spli-ndiJ g'xid--. We i:ave ll.tin m b ac'K
tun. garnet. A c.
A large a:ni attracliva stark of
TEifA'KS, VAaMSE?, BASKETS,
jasl receiwd tins week. We do rot deal
in eastern woik of tuis kind.
Wecliimthe best KID GI.OVKS in
ihe nurkci; we ImveiiHl opened a box of
lu ' JUU IN,' which kind we I ave U'pl
lor fif'eeu y-ar; ibe7 are in delihtiol
?bade; a trial f them is all we solicit.
We have on band a largs and vrRd
stock of
Gloves, Hosiery. Sish Ribbons and IMt.
iigs, Lace Collars, CVyets.
Ilonp Skirts, Giinp, Lace-1
, Fnnge, Vilvel
Ribbui.s &c.
HOUSEKEEPER'S GOODS.
We defy competition both as to the
style aud wiely aud price.
French Pl.ite Mirror. Lacn Curtpin,
Marseiles and Germontowu Coverlid, .
l)r.l, cr Table Cioths, Ulached
and U"b!eached lamiisk
C ah, Damak Tow.
els and Nspkin', .
4c., &c. &c.
! . ....
v tj nny nn9n groils ol pld:in!f vsg-
rants wlirn in reuhty if you take Din- to
inqnire, ynn can boy tbrni si much cluaP'
et ot us, and you cxun be sore of gettini!
no irsh. We awrt and on pnve it tn
you that we l ave ihe cheapest goods in
tiiis line in itM nmikct.
We kiep also a choice stock of
FAMILY GK0CEI11ES
of all kinds.
?Hif5! Jrjoisi
Our Prints are principal? Merrirrarks,
Richmond -, Cocbecos and American', at
12 1-2 cts.
Best 12 12ct. SHEETING intown.
No goods misrepresented to efTed sales.
Remember the place
OIDPIOXEER STORE!"
J. B. STONE.
Xoy. 1871 -3w.
B
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WJS. HUBERT k CO.
THE BIG GUN!
DM GOODS ATiEff YORK PPiICES!
WM. LAMBERT & CO'S
ISTEW YORK CITY STORE.
ZMESiELE,
... -o
One year has rolled amnnd sineo we established the New York Market fur Dry
lino- in Zinesville. Our' success has never been rquhd in the history of tie trade.
Ail opposition has vttniabrd like dew before the snn.
50,000 Tnrtli of best Dark Prints lo be Sold at only Tn Ctnts per lard !
5.000 fas W Prints to be Sol J at Five, Six and Eight tents per Tard !
Merchants say we cannot afford to sell ennd so cheap; that w must foil. TVj re
pea'; have no anxiety for' ns. Having leen established FORTY years inls'ew Yorlc,
and with a wide experience in the market, we know we can sell cheaper, and still make
money, than any other house in Zinesville.
Attention o OUR DKESS GOODS STOCK"!
giecjMf p)ts of Jt-ii Stable FIcs ! '
Frow Frow FopHss.
.Hainlaliii Pep ii in.
Tycoon Repps, Plaitls, it.
Japanese Silks, in aireolors.
merinos, Empress Cloths
Terambo fopfiiij in colors.
Our ItfacJi SUK and Alpaca Stock Is Complete.
Heavy Gros Or A in Silks at
Double-fold Black Alpaca at
' $1 M.
20.23, 30,40 andW ctnts.
CASSiMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS
20. COO yards of Flannels fmm 20 cenls per yard np.
IO.OOO yards of Jeans frnm 20. 25, 30, 40 and 50 cents per yard op.
Cassituercg iri every varieiy to mit ihe purchaser.
' Carpets, Oil Cloths and oVIattings.
Until fn-tli-r rotice, we will continue to sell onr Carpets at OLD VKICI3, oS
withe'anding the heavy -advaucecf 20 per nt in wool.' '
ALWAYS ON HAND
A full lino of Tatl Damasks, Linens, Canton Flannels. Checks, DcUam,
Handkerchiefs, llo iery, Ribbons, Trimmings, and Notions in general.
Shnwls, both single and Dou'uio in variety.
Muslins retailed at Manufacturers urices.-'
. .WM. LAMBERT & CO.,
New York City Store, Corner of.Main A Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 523,
Greenwich St., N. Y.
X. B. Our trade is confined to Retailing alone, and
,tradc.
wa do not solicit 'Wholesale
Sept. 22, 1871 3m.
ltE.4L.TA IHSHESS CARDS.
J. U. liOGEiiS. R. LUTTON. J. DAVIS.
J. JI. : OliKHS & CO.,
Front St., near the Bridge, Iralta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
fW All Orcera rroniptly AKended To !
April 2I, lS7l-5y.
jtj it vui v t-'iwvisi J.iifu;tiiwi Sit''l'lg Hwi;pup
GEORGE JANEWAY,
West side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio, keeps a well selected assortment of
JIICBWIEE, TWARE, STIilEScnd STOVE TniXJlIXSJ. FiMIXG ITE5SILS,
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON HIM.
; $52r Special attention given to the trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
Agent for the sale ot the celebrated "Clipper Mower it Reaper." Everything
sold low for cash. April 21, 1871 -ly.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner of Front andBell Sts., Malta, Ohio, has
always on hand a complete stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. GIIOOEPJES, QUEENS-
W ARE, SCOTS AID SHOES, &.C., &.C.
New Goods received regularly, as a flourishing trade demands. Every
thin" sold at the lowest cash figure. Country Produce taken in exchange for
goods.
April 21, 1871 -ly.
Ill SSI ESS' C AUD.
J. T..CTSEW,
Attorney and Counsellor
M'COXXELSriLLE, OHIO.
,-Oflice in the aouthcaat corner of Coart
Honpe, second floor. "Will practice in the
counties ot .Vorgnn, Athens, and Washing
ton. Jul ', 1.
J-E. HASSA. K. M. KEXXKDY
II ANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'SANO COUNSELLORS
On Center 6treet, r.ear the Pnblic Square,
M CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
p- Special attention given to t'ollfff
tions: will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
ble, Wavliiiicton and iruakingum conutiet
Jan. 1, 1371 tf.
May he fonnd at his inlire on
THE .SOt'i'H-WEST COKA'CR
of ina . -
Pn'o'ic Sqnnre
M'CONNELSVItLE, OHIO.
At all times, when not absent on rrofcss
i.ranl business.
II. L. TEUE.
Physician & Surgeon,
M'CQNNELSYiLLE, 0H!0,
Treats all formi of acute and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promp'Iy attendul to. and charres
reannnable. OFFICK : in Morris' New
i'ldine. on Centr 'street, where he
will be found wbennot profrssionally engag
I Feb. 3d, 1871.
James Hilcy,
MANTFAcITRER OF
MGrfBOOTS AND SHOES, -a
Opposite Mnmrney'i Grocery
Store.
OnCenler St., Mct'onnelsvilh, O.
Special attention given to Cobb
ling. Tatronage solicited.
all'SIXESS CARDS.
TAB SPLESD1J) STEOER
CARKIE BROOKS,
HaRTET DAM.rxoTO!r, Captain,
Will make- regular weekly trips be-
tween Zanesville and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zanesville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
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ZANESVILLE, OniO.
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