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To Our
DRESS
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Will Open
THIS WEEK
One of the Largest Stocks of
31a c li llp.accas
Ever shown in this City, and at
OLD PRICES,
Regardless of the -advance of J25
per cent. Please call and see them,
as they are very cheap.
HoCONXF.LL, EHKRSOV, A n ARRIS,
Om dwr west of V. B. Ltwis A Cj's Hatdware biorc, Zaievville, Ohio.
Not. 17, 181. if.
Stock of
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COXUTS fOK 1S72.
Tai Btiti or Ohio, Jeftkbsov Conor, ss.
Pursuant to the statutes in sneh esse
made and provided, we, the Judges of the
court of Common Pleas, within and for the
Eighth Judicial Diitrict in the Stale of Oh
io, do hereby order and direct that the
Termtof the District Court, and of the
court of Common Picas, within the several
counties of said District, shall begin t the
hour of eight (8) o'clock in the morning on
thedays aud dates hereinafter named, du
ring the year 1872. to-wit :
enraicr enrar.
In Muskingum county, Monday, Aujr. 2tb.
In Morgan eonnty, Monday, Sept. 2nd.
In Noble county, Thursday, Sept. 6ih.
In Monroe county, Monday fcej.t. 8th.
In Belmont esunty, Wednesday, Sept. 11th.
In Guernsey eennty, Monday Sept. 18th.
In Tuararavaa, county, Friday, 6rpt. 20th.
In Harrison county, Mondsy, Sept. 23nl.
In Jefferson county, Wednesday.Sept. 15th.
cosmos runs.
In Muskingum county. February 20, April
SO, and October 29th.
In Noble county, February, June II, and
October 15th.
Ia Guernsey county, February 13, April
SO, an. October 15th.
In Morgan eonnty, March 19th, Juno 11,
and November 12th.
In Belmont county, February IS, April SO,
and November 5th.
In Monroe eonnty, March 28, June IS, and
October 19th.
In Tuscarawas county, Febraary It, May
20, and November 4th.
In Harrison county, February S, Mar 0,
and October 21.
In Jeffereon eountv, March a no S, and
November 25th
And we fuithcr direct that a certified
copy of this order be transmitted forth
with by the Clerk of the Court of Common
Fleas of Jefferson county to the Bcrretarv
o Slate and to the Clerk of the Court of
Common Fleas in each of said counties,
and that it be published according to law
in each of said counties for four consecu
tive weeks.
Given nnder our bands, at Eieubenville,
this 28th Hay or September, A. D. , 1681.
MOPF.8 M. GRANGER,
FBEDERICK W. WOOD,
JOHNH. MILLER,
Judges of the Court of Common Fleas, 8'.h
Judicial Fistrirt of Ohio.
I. Oliver C. Smith, Clerk of the Court of
Common Fleas, within and for the county
of Jefferson, in the State of Ohio, hereby
certify that the foregoing Trn script is
correctly taken and copied ftom the Jour
nal ot said Court, as the same remains in
myoffiee.
witness my signature and the seal of
aid Court, this 3rd d&y ofOrlnber, 1871.
OLIVER C. BM ITH. Clerk.
Copy. Attest : CTRC8 M. ROBERTS,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court. Morgan Co.,
Ohio. Nov. S, 1871 tw.
10,00 0!
OUR NEW LIST OF I
ip H EMI U MSi
To.be given to individual subscribers of tbe
WEEKLY ENQUIRER.
On or before the 1st of April. 1872, numbers
17 PREMIUMS, of which S1.0M is the
lergeetand $1.90 the lowest in value, and
the total value of all is TEJT THOUSAND
COLLARS'
Send for a specimen eopy of the
CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER
' With our POSTERS, CIRCULARS end
Preminm Pamphlet.
"Every $2 99 subscriber becomes a
participant in the distribution ef our Pre
miums. Address
FA. RAX . McLEAN. Pub.,
Cici4Tt, Ohio.
JTot. 10 6w.
MXftw lot of TRAMKOir PAPER.
for Side Ligktt and Trantomt, received
at Adair's Book Store this week.
Li:tl, AUVERTISEMEKTS.
Atfuiiufstrator'tt Sale.
ST OBDia Or FBCBATK COCBT OF HOBGAX CO., O.
On Saturday, Nov. 25th. 1871, wilt be
sold, at public sale, at tho office of Win. A.
Sturgeon, in Malta, O., between the hours
of 12, a., and 2, r. n J the following real
estate, situate iu the township of Malta,
Morgan County, Ohio, to-wit: Being part
of fractional section no. 10, range no. 12, of
lands sold at Zanesville, Ohio, containing
one acre, more or les, being the same land
Sold and conveyed Ty Francis A. Barker
and Catharine Barker to Riuhard Dunning
ton. deceased, by Head dated the 8th day
ot July, A. P., 1839, and recorded in Record
J, Records of Deeds of Morgan County, Oh
io, at pago 1S8, to which fur a more perfect
deecription reference is hereby mede. Al
so, attbeaame time and place, will be
sold the persoual property of aaid deceased,
confiating of Carpenter tools, Household
furniture, Ac. Terms of tale of real estate,
one-third on dayofeale, one-third in aiz
months, and ballance in twelve niontha.
with interest from day of sale on deferred
Sayments. Back payment to be secured
y mortgage on the premises.
W VI. A. STURGEON.
Administrator of Estate of Richard Dun
nington, deceased. Oct. 2, 1871 Iw.
L.EUAE. &OTJCE.
Enhraim L. Ellis Thomas J. Ellis, Car
oline White, and liersbal B.White, Folly
bet wood and William tietwond, Morgan Co.,
0.,Williem Birdneil and Maria Birdsell, Da
vid White and Luev White, Albert White
and Nancy White, all of whom
reside in the ccunty of Lynn, in tbe State
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
t'oeir petition in the Clerk's office of the
Court of Common Fleaa f.T Morgan county,
Ohio, asking for .' Hit ion in the following
described real estate. aituate in the county
of Morgan and State of Ohio, to-wit : Be
ing all that part of lots no. ninety -eight
(98), ninety-nine (99), and one hundred
(100), lying aouthofthe Uusk ill gum river,
in Town no. nice (9), Range eleven (II),
Muskingum allottment, Ohio Company e
Purchase. Alao, 23.93 acres in the south
east part of lot no. ninety-seven (97), in
said Town, Raure and Allottnieul. bound
ed and described a follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at the South-east corner of said lot,
thence running with the east line thereof
33.12 chains to a corner atauriing on aaid
line, 1.87 chains south of Muskingum river,
thence west 8.75 chains to a stone, thence
south 33.12 chains te a stone on the south
line of said lot, tbeuee east 8.75 chains to
the plae of beginning, excepting from the
last above des.:r.bd tract or parcel the fol
lowing : Beginning for a description of
the lima on the weat line, of said tract a
bout forty rods from tho Xorth-west cor
ner thereof, ard about one rod South of a
walnut, 12 inches in diameter, standing on
said line, thance running east 20 rods,
thence running south 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 tbe premises upon
which petitioners now residt , 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 nest term
of the Court "of Common Fleaa of Abrgan
County, Ohio.
EDWARD LOCHET,
and CLEJTENTINA LOCHRY.
Br J. T. Caaw, their Attorney.
Floral Guide for 1872
"Containing eeventy-two pages
and Two Beantiful Colored i'lalcs
nicely i HnslraieJ, giving plain di
recting for the cultivation of neaiat
ly a THOUSAND Varieties ot
Flowers and Vegetables. Fall
bound with your name m gilt, post
paid, in November. 50 els. Paper
cover and one colored plate, 5 cts.
Catalogue of Hardy Bulbs and
Sued for Planting, now ready
and sent free to all applicants.
Address
' '31. G. RET X OLDS,
Rochester, iff. T.
Not 10--6w
Mtrnrena arrival oi ucrtaim ami
Picture Cord, of the various colors,
at ADAIR'S B jok Store this week.
i THE INDEPENDENT.
IOHEPH A. EE1XY SDITOB A PKOSIKTOB,
1TCONNBL8VILLE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, .... Iffor. IT, 181.
TEEMS
THIS PAPER.
SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, cash
la adrance, f 2.00
TO CLUBS.
To Clubs ot five, or upward,
each subscriber, $1.50
IIoo butchering and pork pack
ing commenced bere on Wednesday.
We are having the first eold snap
of the season. Meigs Creek was
frozen over yesterday morning.
R. B Vincent & Ban, have com
menced recoiving their Holiday
Goods.
Oub townsman. Jefferson Buchan
an, goes to Chicago next week to
follow his trade that of a. mill
wr got.
Capt. Andrew Arricx, who has
been sojourning in Belmont Count)
for some time past, camo home lust
nijjlit.
The new advertisement of Mc
Cjnnel. Emerson & Harris should
attract your attention.
JosnrA Davis, County Commis
sioner, is having the front gable of
ti e Court ilouo remodeled.
David Snnr, known by the boys
as Gabriel, made his appearanco in
this place on Wi-dncsduy, after an
absence of three years.
A gentleman in Vincent's Jewel
ry Store, a fuw days since, remark
ed that a person who could not be
suited there with a dock need not
look any farther.
Large rains hare visited the
whole country within the past
week, starting up steamboat navi
gation on all our navigable riv
ers. The Diroctnrs, or ilin interested
in the Lake Shore k Tuscarawas
Valley R. It., will :. over the
lino of the Eastern O'.io R. K. ia a
few days.
Rz7. II. Cooper being absent
there will be no public service id
the Presbyterian Church next Sab
bath morning, iter. C. W. Coart
righ twill preach in the evening at
tbe usual hour for evening service.
The &Tite Society of the M. E
Chnreh will meet at the roni leice
of I iso Hutchinson, next Tuesday
7 nil. A cordial invitation is
extended to all. Supper at 9 oVock.
Mant people in town, apl in the
adjacent country, it re U.Iking of
viewing and aurvrrinir a new route
for the Eastern O'.tio to reach Mc
Connelsvtlle.by w.it of Miittonburg
and to intersect, the ld route a
short distance this 6ide of tbe
Ark SpringaTunn.il.
Columbus, Ferrara and Mineral
Region Rail Road.
On Pridny of last week, a large
meeting was held in Columbus in
the interest of tho above proposed
new line of Ritilrond. It'wus as
certained at the meeting, that it
would take about 500.000 to tirade
it, and it vns stated that fully
$400,000 had been subscribed for
tSal purpose.
The proposed lino is the shortost
possible one between C!nmbiis and
the great Coul Vein ot Perry Coun
ty, and there in no doubt but that it
will bo built.
t
By invitation, the citizens of
Malta hud their roprvscnative, Mr
Jaines M. Rogers, pnseni at the
meeting, for the purposo of ascer
taining what could bo done relalivo
to a connection of the Muskingum
River with said road, the po:nt of
connection with tho river being
Malta.
Mr Eogcr8 received every en
couragement and usbnrunce, possi
ble to be made at tho meeting, that
tho above road would give some
material assistance townrd construc
ting & road between Malta and the
neatest point of connection with
said road in Porry Count)'.
Considering this prospect, and
that there is a standing offer from
Perry County now to give 525,000
toward a road to M il'.a, we should
think that the men of pnsh and go
aheadiiivness on tho Wc6t side of
the river wonld take the matter m
hand at once, and proceed to raise
the subscriptions necessary to build
the road.
The line is but a short one, and
would not cost the pcoplo of the
west side of tho rivi-r, considering
he outside assistance lh.-y would
have, more than $7? .000. And be.
Hides, there is no don1), in the world
but that it would bo onj of the boat
paring invcHlmcriU that money
could bo put in.
The Coal of Perry County, in or
dcr to gel into market cheaply, has
to be transported by water. Rail
road transportation will always
limit the district where Perry Coun
ty coal w:ll be 6olJ, if :t all has to
be transported by I uilroads. and,
consequent!', the need of rivcrH
transportation which is always
cheaper.
Malta is about the noirosl point
whore Perry County coal can be got
to a navigable river, and the trans
it of coal over a road lroin Malta
to the Perry Ccur.ty Coal fields
wonld be immense, and would, of
lUelf, make the road a paying in
stitution. But this is not all. Tbe iron in
terest of Perry County wpuld find
it fully as advantageous to use such
a rond as tbe coal interest, and for
tbe Sams reason; tbe cheapnesj of
river navigation.
Besides, who kdows but that Ual-
la, it this road is mtJe, may bo
come a point for the establishment
of a Blast Furnace and Rolling
Mill. Such an idea is far from ba
ing prcposterors; it is really one
of the probabilities.
All in all, we shall always thick
that the people of the West Side of
the river aro both blicd and dumb
to their interest if they do not push
this matter with nil their zeul and
energy.
Some of our McConnelsville friends
may think that thia, our advocacy
of a road from Malta to Porry Conn
ty, at this jucturo, is out of place
We think not. It is one of the car
tainties that the West side of the
river is not going to do anything
toward the Eastern Ohio on the
McConnelsvilio side of tho river
Snch being the case, the best thing
the West side can do is to go to
work and push tha matter through
on that sido. The West side is fuN
ly able to build the road spoken
of, without any nssistar.ee from the
UcCantielsville Bide, and the Mc
Connelsville side is fully able to
raise Ler proortion of the funds
necessary to grade the Eastern Ohis
east of McCounelsvil'e.
So, as all we want is a rnil road
let both sides of tho river go to
work earnestly, each in their own
territory.
Presbytery of Athens.
The Prexbylery of Athens met in
the Presbyterian Chuich hi Nelson
villlo, Tuesday evening, at 6oclock,
P. M. After having been organ
ised by prayer by the Moderator,
agreeably to lite order of a former
inoet-ntr. Presbytery proceeded to
iniitHll Rov: Jnlius StrnuhS p.iHior of
tne Kelson villo ' Church. Rev. H.
Cooper preached tho ecrnion and
propounded ' tbe Constitutional
questions. JViv. Schwefe', of A
thens, dulivercd tho charge to the
pastor, and llev. Addy, of Marietta,
the charge to the people. All ol
these parts were performed ably
and with great interest to the Pres
bytery, pastor nd people,
Jlov. C. O Hart whs received in
to this Presbytery and n rat! for his
pastoral service from tho Church at
Lngnc was placed in his hands.
Having signified his acceptance of
the call, Presbytery proceeded to
n.nko arrangements for his installs
ment. A committee consisting of
Revs. Hart and Scott was appointed
to report a plan of iniUllation ser
vices. Wlu'elhis commit to w-ts pre
paring its report. Rev. Webster, of
the Presbytery of Zanesville,, who
had been invited to sit as a corres
ponding member, gave a soul-stirring
account of the remarkable re
ligious interest in Zinovil!e. which
warmed and made glad tho heart
of every one present.
The committee bein now ready
reported the fallowing plan of in
stallation : Rov. Cooper to pre
sulo nnd propnso Constitutional
questions; Kov. Addy to preach, the
ermon; Rov. Scott to deliver the
charge to the pastor; and Rev.
Suhwefcl the chargo to tho people.
The report was received and
adopted.
This institllnliofi will be of great
interest. Some years ago - Rov.
Hart wa9 tor a number of years
pastor of thd Church at Logan. Ho
now returns lrom Shawneetown.
Iilinnito renow that relation with
thn Church at Loan.
A ino'.ion was now made and pass
ed t hut when thio Presbytery ad
journs, it anjoQi rs to meet at Lo-
qritn, Wednesday evening, at b
o'clock, P. M., to Attend to the in
stallment of Brother Hart.
After the transaction of some bu
siness, sneh cs fixing tbe orders of
businertss for tho next day, grunting
leaves of absence, etc., Presbytery
took a recess nntil Wodnesday
morning at 9 o'clock.
More Akok.
OBITUARY.
Will I'E Died in M:Coi.ne!av:lIe,
Morgan County, O, Oct. 2lst,
1871, Mrs. Maby A., consort of
Mr G. W. White, nnd daughter
of Joseph and Sarah Puirphrey,
aged 3 years, 10 morulas, nnd
16 days.
Mrs. Wuito, the sut.ject of this
notice, was born in Jefferson Co ,
O , Dec. 5th, 1S17. On the lOih of
Nov., 1836, being then in the 20th
year of her og, she was united in
marriage to Mr. G. W. White, then
of Rural Dale, O., who survives
her, nnd i now berol't of the loved
companion and friend of his youth.
A lengthy eulogy on tho character
of one hose life was tho exempli
fication ol so many virtnos, would
seem, indeed, entirely snperflurus.
Still it would be doing riolcuco to
truth und momlity it, when such a
life was ended, thoso virtues which
gained ior hur so noble a record,
should bo allowed to perish with
what of her was mortal. A fitting
encomium is always appropriate
when those who havo been bless
ings lo society nro removed from
earthly scones. To all who enjoyod
an intimate urquaintunco with the
deceased, it was evident that her
piety was of tho most solid kind,
not evaporating in la!k, nor intru
ding itself in an ostentatious pro
fession, but operating in a constant
and exemplary discharge ot every
private and social duly. In rela
tion to her domestic duties, she
was truly a pattorn of dilligence;
nor was she unmindl'ul of those
highor obligtion8 which have re
lation to the preparation of the soul
for tho enjoyment of a purer aod
higher state of existence Free
from every kind of display, her re
ligion was of a retired nature, plan
ted by the rivers of water and led
by a secret spring, its leaves never
withered anil it brought forth its
fruit in its season. Her faith was
such as purifiVd tho heart, and man
ifested itself in a series ot wise and
holy actions. Her hope was an
"anchor of the soul, sure ana stead
fast, entering into that within tbe
vail." Her illness was protracted,
continuing about two years and
though' otten severe, was borne
with pationco and christian resig
nation, for 6be endured as seeing
him who is invisable. Hor funeral
services were held in the Baptist
Church at Rural Dale, O , of which
she was a worth member for many
yoars The sermon was by the
writer of this notico, from 1st verse
of tho 5th chapter of 2nd Cor.,
which she had choson a1? expressivo
of her .unshaken confidence and
faith in the gospel. Followed by a
large concourse of grief-stricken
friends, her remains wcro then de
posited in the Rural Dale Cemetery
where they will calmly repose un
til the trump of God awakes tho
sleeping dust, aod bids her rise to
life and immortality. H.
McConnelsville Market.
Nov. 16, 1871.
White wheat, per bushel, $1.25
red " 1.20
corn, ' 40
oats, 30
potatoes, " 40 e. to 45
apples, green, " 50
" dried, per pound, 5
peaches, " " 8
flour, Shepard's, per barrel, 7 50
" McCon pel's, " 7.00
corn meal, per bushel, On
butter, per pouud, 15
C?SS per dozen, '20
tea, green, per pound, beat, 1.50
" black. 1.00
' Japan, 1.50
cofiee, " 25 c. to 30
sugar, brown, " 10 c. to 13
" white, " 14c.t17
molasses, N. O., per gallon, 80
sorghum, " 50
golden syrup, " 1.00
csi bon oil, " 35
oysters, by hr.lf can, ' 40 c. to Co
chickens, live, each. "0
beef cattle, per 10-1 lbs , 82.50 to 3.50
beef, best roast and steak, per lb., 10
hogs live, per 100 lbs., 3.00
.dressed, ' 4 00
sausage, per 2 lbs., 25
lard, per, lb., 8 c. to 10
tallow, " 8 c. to 10
Agricultural Notice.
The Board of Dir?ctors .o! the
Morgan County Agricultural Socie
ty will meet at the Mayor's CSicc,
in McConnolsviUe, O., on
Monday November 20. 1871,
At ten o'clock, A. M., to award pre
miums on Field Crops, and for the
transaction of such other business
as may bi presented at that time.
By order of the Board.
JOHN S. ADAIR,
2Jov. 8, 1871. 2w. Secretary.
Strays.
The undersigned has taken up
two stray hogs, which the owner
can havo by calling on him at his
farm in Penn township, Morgan
County, O., snd pat-incr the expen
ses that have attended their keep
ing anaior in is advertisement.
JOHN H. SEARS.
Nov. 17 lw.
VJIndoTV Shades!
New stoek of excellent Green and
Buff Hollano, for Window Cnr
tains, received at ADAIR'S Book
Storo on yesterday. Call nnd ce
their sto-.-k. It cn't be beat for col
or, qaalily, and cheapness.
Look Here!!
A new line of MiCEOscorES, Mao
niftiko Glasses, and Linen Pro
verb, now nt ADAIR'S Book Store.
Juvenile Books!!
Moro new Juvenile Books recoil
ved on yesterday, at ADAIR'S Book
Store. They are rcp'eiiishin? their
stock of these Goods wonderfully .
Cull and see.
The FRANCES RTJBIE,
LADY ELGIN,
and GAIL IJORDEN.
are Ladies' New Watches just out
by the i'.igin Watch Company and
for sIu by H. B. Vincent L Bro.
LACE COLLARS.-G. E. Halli-
day & Co. havo on hand a very fine
assortment of Lace Collurs which
I hoy are dulling for prices to 6ait
the tunes.
Stereoscopes and views!
New stock and line assortment of tho
best and cheapest Stkbosopss manu
factured and an excellent supply of
new and interesting IStehkoscopic Vikws
received at ADAIU'8 Boole Store on
yesterday fresh from New York. Call
and supply your wants.
Window Fixtures !
New supply of the best Window
Fixtures in the market, just receiv
ed at AD.UK'S Book Store on yes
lerday. They are the most complete
nnd simplo in conxtructicn, and lhs
cheapest arrangement for Windows
ever introduced.
Pocket naps of Ohio!
New supply of the latest and most
correct Pockkt Maps or Ohio received
at ADAIR'S Book Store within a lew
days. Also, Maps of other Mates.
MCTl'RE FRAMES!!
Au immense lot of handsome Carved
Rcsnc I'lcrras Franks, of all sizes, re
ceived on yesterday at ADAIK'S Book
atore, direct from New xork manufac
turers. Call and be supplied. Have
your Pictures framed, and walls beau
tiful adorned with some of those ele
gant Pieluret and Frames which this
firm at such low
are selling prices.
PICT Hits ! PICTFRES!!
The largest, handsomest, nnd most
superbstock of I'h itoobibii; Ficttsks,
from the small Carte de Visite to a
largo and elegant Picture for framing,
and of the most elegant styles, receiv
ed at ADAIR'S Book Store on yester
day. Thia is the finest stock ever o
pened in this locality,' and embraces
the choicest selections of the bert nr
ttsts in the country, and are selling at
very low figvtrts.
!t'o Excuse
For bare walls run now be offered.
after one views the elegai : array of
riioTo.iRAPHic ricTCRics. and handsome
Kkaxk.4, at ADAIR'S Book Store. For
a small outlay of money the walls of
our rooms may be cecked w;th hand
some Pictures, giving an air of attrac
tion and com lot t. tvith a tendency to
ennoble and elevate the minds of the
occupants, and impart a cheerful as
pect to the inner life of our homes.
Go and examine this splendid stock.
and don t tail to purchase those that
please you.
Farm for gale !
160 acres in Union townshin 110 nf
which is cleared land, 30 acres bottom,
good frame house. log barn, good well
at the door, good coal bank. Price
13.000. Payments easv. Must be sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
r or particulars, can on m. btanbe
ry, McConnelsTille,Obio.
rfoiy in, ifi-M.
IO.fS tOUHX.
PIONEER STORE!
OF 50 YRS. STANDING.
J. B. STONE
LUs jnst open)) asd will be in reee:pt
weekl, of tlie finest assortment of FALL
and WJN'I'KR. ST A PL K and FANCY
Dry Goods anil Notions l! at the good :e
pie of Margao lia ever had aeoesi to.
We hare takes special pains to obtain all
t'ue latest lo veil ics in tlie wy of
DRESS GOODS
EMPRESS CLOT !!. pUin aa-1 repp
ed in Bia'.-k, It u, lire-jr, Brown, .Purple.
Uarnct, and V ine ci!o', and at lit pri
ces; 1000 Trilnf BLACK ALPACAS
and rURti iiOH Al li. We nuks a spe
ciality ot thesi gcoi, an J Leep the best
Uracils for style aod finish; tl-o. a greater
rudely iban ton ran find elsewhere al
35 eis., 4(1, 45 50, 55, CO, 75, 85, $1.00,
SI 20, BPdSI.35 per yard. FUKXCI1
MKRIKOS, all wuol, in patterns, any
('uile y;n rniv disirc.
J AlViSESC ROUES! The most du
rable ani the richest goods out; yon can
find lliem nowSe-e else. RKAL JAPAN
ESE SILKS; we keep no imitation.
RICH rr,4IBS (rom 23 cts. np
ward; HUOS UK RI1INK sad REPP
SILKS, A LP A CCA POPLINS and
LUaTRES, in yerisna color: CASH-
n a r ks. po PL! .vs. c h a m b re it a s,
ke. A US IRA LI AN and MOHAIR
Crapes; beautifal Mohair Stripes and
Corded A I paces; at 3D etc. per jr J.
WOOLENGOODS.
We bare a heavier stock then usual rf
tlese goods; lliey were" bought at low wa-t-r
mailt, aod will be sold accordingly.
Beaver Cioihs, Jeans, 4 ft 5 lb. Cyrlid?,
Krmine, Casimeres, 6 and 7 lb.. B'-aa-keis,
F autels of all kinds at ex
treme It h a price. Opera
Flanntis in Rich Flaids,
Extensive Una of
Ounta and Ia
dies' Under
wear. Fall suit or Gen's' Underwear f or $1.00.
WATERPROOFS! Steel ei!s. Gold
mix, Ureen mix. and alro double fa:ed and
ia luocj strip-s.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CAR?T!
A SiipDrjnr article, every piece warrant
ed Fiee lrom Sho'ldy. Cull and see.
SHAWLS.' SHAWLS! SXIATTLS!
Of all the latest styles 'Lon!? Branch,"
'Ldy IVat.klin," satin stripes ic, all si
ces and at wry low pi ices.
FUES"
Do not purchase tl:es goods el
"ianw htores al "Fane? pi ices, oui
go direct lo S uric's and pr'eore soracthing
sivlub as well as CilriAP. We woold
invite special attention lo our lata styles
or cuuNcmi.LA,
BEAVKR.
VELVKTEUV,
tSAQt'EINUS,
Sec- &r &e.
Oor Velveteen' are Silk fii-i-died'and
spli-udid good. We bate tliem iu b'ack,
lao.pariitt, Ac.
A large aad attractive stock of
TR15BS, VALISES, BASKETS,
jaat received thii week. We do rot deal
m eastern work ot this k'nd.
Wecliiinthe best KID GLOVES in
ihe market; wn have just opened a box of
.1.1 liiiiiriv , - - . .
m ,iuu v wiiicq Kiaa we liave U'pl
ior niiecu years; tiiey aie in deiig b'.lu!
shades; trial of them is all we solicit.
We have on bind a lars end varkd
stock of
Gloves, Hosiery. Sash Ribbons and Kelt
itgs. Lace Collars, Corsets,
Hoop Kkirts, Gimps, Lv
ce, Fringe-', Velvet
RibboLS 4e.
HOUSEKEEPER'S GOODS.
We defy competition both as to the
style and variety and price.
French Piute Mirrors, Lice Curia? ut,
Morseiles and Germantowo Coverlid,
Ir,ler Ta)!e Cloths, Bleachtd
and Unb'eacbed I'amask
Crah, Djm ask Tow- "
c!s and Nepkia,
4c, c. &c.
Why boy linsn ccodsof peddlins- rse-
rants when in reality if yea like pains to
mqnire, yoa can any tntm so much cheap
er of iis, an.l yon cm be sere of getting
co-trat-h. We assert and can prove it to
yoa that we l ave the cheapest goods io
tbia ime in tlie mantis'.
Wekrep also a choice stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES
of all kinds.
Sfrfofe. ?Hii3! .JHofsi
Onr Prints are principally Merrima'ks,
Ric-limaod', Cocbecos and Amerirao, at
12 1-2 rts.
Best 12 1-2 et. SXIERTIKG in town.
No goods misrepresented to effVcl sales.
Remember the p'aee
"OlD PIONEER STORE!"
J. B. STONE.
Nor. 1871 -3w.
tfl. USCEBT k CO.
THE BIG QUN !
611 Mill II iffl
WM. LAMBERT & CO'S
NEW YORK
ZANESVILLE,
One year baa rolled arnncd sinco ws established tlie New Tork Market tfor Dry
Good io Z.ne- vi.le. Onr necefs has revet been rqntlid ia the history of Ibtlraiio.
All opposiiioa has vauighed like dew uelore the tn:.
50,000 Tnrds of best Bark Prints lo be Sold al only Ttn'.Ctntii ptrTard !
5.000 Tardi 0 Prints to be Sold at Fire, Six aad Eight tents per Tard !
o
Merchants say we ennnot sff ird to sell Rood it cuesp; tht we most fail. Ws re
pea'; have n anxiety lor ns. Having tern established FOKTY years in NewtYork,
snd wilh a wide exiieiience in ths markel, we koow we can sell cheaper, and still make
money, thaa any other hoae ia ZoesvilIe.
Attention to 0Unl)UESS"G00D3 STOCK I
rHIegi Lii)c of fill Qi&nhk EqbHcs I
Prow Frow Poj.Iins.
Haf daiia Poplins.
Tycoon Repps, Plaids, k
Oar Blacla $llb stnd Alpaca Slock Is Complete..
Heavy Grns Gram Silks at
Doable-fold Black Alpaca at
CASSIMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS
20, OOO yards of Fiance's from 20 cents per yard op.
lO.COO yards of Jeaua lrom 20. 25, 30, 40 aod 50 cents per yard op.
Casjsinicrea ia every variety to suit the parrhaser.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and IMattings.
Until further rot ice, we wHI continue to sell oar CarpcU st OLD PRICES, J aoS
withstanding the heavy sdvauceof 20 per ernt in wool.
ALWAYS ON HAND
A full line of Table Damasks, Linens, Canton Flannels. Checks, Deuaitus,
Ilanakerchiefs, IIo-i-ry, Ribbons, Trimminps, and Notions in general.
Shawls, bolh single and Double in variety.
Muslins retailed at Manufacturers prices.
WM. LAMBERT ft CO.,
New York City Store, Corner of Main & Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 523,
Greenwich SL, N. Y.
N. B. Our trada iseon&ued to Retailing alone, and ws do not solieit Wholesale
tradd. Sept. 22, 1371 2m.
MALTA Ul'SI.ES9 C'iRUM.
J. U. liOGEUS. R. LUTXON. J. DAYI3.
J. M. IIOGEBS & CO.,
HARD WARE tLiai
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
S4?r Atl Orders Promptly Attended To ! Wt
April 2!, 1S71 ly.
GEORGE JANEWAY,
West sida of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio, keeps a well selected assortment of
HARDWIRE, TLWTIEE, &TCTES ard STPVE TPIJIIXGJ. FHti;c;CTLILS,
AND 1XVITES ALL TO CAhL ON UIM.
IT Special attention given to the trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
Agent for the 6ale ol the celebrated "Clipper Mower 4 Reaper." Everything
sold low for cash. April 21, 1871 -ly.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner of Front and Bell Sts., Malta, Ohio, has
always on hand a complete stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. GIIOUEKIES, QUEENS-
rTAUE, BOOTS AXD SHOES, &.C., Ac.
New Goods received regularly, as a flourishing trade demands. Every
thing sold at the lowest cash figure. Country Produce taken in exchange for
goods. April 21, 1871 -ly.
Will Hill ! v!
CITY STORE.
Japanese Silks, in ail'eolori
JiciafiJ," Cniprtss llotlis.
Terambo Eopiins in tolcrs-
$1 SO.
30,40 and SO rtut.
20.2:
OHIO
i;exis cards.
j. r.;cr.EW,
Attorney and Counsellor
LAW.
if CONNELSVILLE, OI110.
eT-Offiee io tho southeast corner of Court
House, aceond floor. Will practice in the
counties ot Morgan, Athens, and Washing
ton. July T71.
J- E. HASXA.
Ed. M. KENXKDlf
II ANN A & KENNEDY,
ATTY'SANO CGUNyELLGBS
JsJT LAW,
Op Center Street, cear tbe Public Square,
M 'CONNELSVILLE, OIIIO.
Special attention given to Collec
tion.); will practice in Morgan, Athens, No
b!e, Wahincton and Muskingum counties
Jan. 1, 11.71 tf.
May be found ai Li nffii-e on
TOE sOlTIl tllST COB3ER
or TBS
f nblio trinrirfl
M 'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
At ail times, when not tWul on Profess
ional business.
IT. Hi. TRUE.
Physician U. Surgeon,
M'CONNELSYiLLE, OHIO,
Treats all forms of acute and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls prompily attended to. and cbaryes
reasonable. OFFICE : in Iforria' New
BuiidiD?. on Center street, where he
will be found wben not profr-8iocalty engag
ed. fFeh. 3d. 1871.
fames Miley,
MiXTJTAv ITRES Of
tSTlBOOTS AND SHOES, -t
Opposite Ilnmmey'i Grocery
More,
OnCenter St., McConnelmUe, O.
G. Special attention given to Cobb-
liug. ratronage solicited.
Ill SIEXS CARDS.
TUB SPLENDID STEAIEll
OARIUE BROOHS,
IIartet DAnLHiCTOX, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trip be
tween Zanesville and PttUburg, aa
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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ZANESVILI, OHIO.
3L- Livery SUbles atUchcd to EoUl.-a
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Not. 11 1870-tf.

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