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HeCOXSEU, E1ERS0S k E1EE1S.
AD DIM ON
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Will Open .
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One of the Largest Stocks of
B 1 a cl llpaccas
- Erer shown in this City, and at
Regardless of the advance of 25
per cent. Please call and see them,
as they are very cheap.
McCONNELL, EMKRSOV, 411 ARRIS,
On door west of V. B. Lewis A 'Cu's Jlardware Store, Eanesv ille, Ohio.
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COIRTS FOR 1S12. ...
Tbs Statb or Ohio, imrmmo Cocvrr, s.
Pnraaant to the atatates In such case
load and proTiderf, we, the Judges of the
court of Common Pleas, within end for the
Eighth Judicial Dratriet in the Bute of Oh
.io, do hereby order and direct that the
Term of the District Court, and of the
court of Common PUas, within the eeTeral
count iee of aid District, shall begin at the
hoar of eight (6) o'clock in the morning on
the days and date hereinafter named, da
ring the year 1871, to- wit:
In Vnsxingnm county, Monday,. Ang.2th.
In Mtrgnn eonnty, Monday, Kept, 2nd.
In Koble county, Thursday, Sept. Sth.
In Monroe county, Monday Sept. 9tb.
In Belmont einnty, Wednesday, Bept. 11th.
In Guernsey county, Monday Bept. 18th. y
In Tuscarawas, county, Friday, Bept. Win.
Is Harrison oounty, Monday, Bept. 23rd.
In Jefferson county, Wednesday. Sept. 25th.
In Muslunruu county, February 20, April
3S, and October zvttt.
Is Koble county, Februarys, June II, and
la Guernsey county. February 13, April
19, and October 15th.
Is Morgan county, March 19th, June 11,
and November 12th.
la Behnont county, February 12, April 30,
and Bovembei 5tb.
, In Monroe eounty, March M, June IB, and
In Tuscarawas county, February 19, May
20, and November 4th.
Is Garrison county, February i, May 6,
and October 21.
Is Jefferson county, March 4, June 3, and
And we further direct that certified
copy of this order be transmitted forth -
with by the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas of Jefferson county to the Secretary
ot Stat and to the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas in each of said counties,
and that it be published according to law
ia each of said counties for four consecu
Given under our hands, at Bteubenrille,
this Sath day of September, A. D., ISM
M08ES M. GRANGER,
FREDERICK W. WOOD,
JOHN H. MILLER,"
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, 8th
Judicial District of Ohio.'
v I. Oliver C.Smith, Clerk of the Court of
Common Fleas, within and for the county
f Jefferson, in the State of Ohio, hereby
certify that the foregoing Transcript is
correctly taken and copied from the Jour
nal ot said Court, as the same remains in
jot office. -
Witness my signature and the seal of
said Court, this 3rd day ofOetober, 1871.
OLIVER C. BMITH. Clerk.
Copy. Attest: CTBU8 M. ROBERTS,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court. Morgan Co.,
Ohio. Nov. , 1871 tw.
$ 10, OOO!
OUR NEW LIST OF
To be given to individual subscribers of the
On or before the lstof April. 1872, numbers
017 PREMIUMS, or which (1,000 is the
largest and (2.00 the lowest in value, and
the total value of all ia TE2T THOUSAND
for a specimen copy of the
CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER
Withonr P0STEE8, CIE.CTJLAR8 end
ftfZrtTJ $3 SO subscriber becomes s
participant in the distribution of our Pre
FA RAX Jr. McLEAH". Pnb.,
NaT. 10 tw.
Toy Books I Toy Books!
New lot of handsome TOY BOOKS,
of the finest styles and best quality,
just received at A dais s Book Htore,
and suitable for the Holiday trade.
ST OSDBB OF FBOBATI COCBT OT MOKGAB CO., O.
On Saturday, Nov. 25th. 1871, will be
sold, at public sale, at th office of Wni- A
Sturgeon, in Malta, 0., oetween the hoars
of 12, a., and 2, r. a., the following real
estate, situate in the township of Malta,
Morgan County, Ohio, to-wit. Being part
oflractional section no. 10, range no. 12, of
lands so.d at Zanesville, Ohio, containing
one acre, more or less, heme the same land
old and conveved by Francia A. Barker
and Catharine Barker to Richard Dunning
ton, deceased, by deed dated the 8th day
ol July, A. D., 1639, and recorded in Record
J, Records of Deeds of Morgan County, un
i a, at page 18a, to which for a more perfect
deecription reterence is Hereby made. Ai
so. at the same time and place, will be
sold the personal property of said deceased,
consisting of Carpenter" tools, Household
furniture, c Xerms ol sale ot real estate.
one-third on day of aale, one-third in aiz
months, and pittance in twelve montns,
with interest from day ol sale on deferred
I payments. Back payments to be secured
I by mortgage on the premises.
r vO i cTTTttfiTrm
Administrator of Estate of Richard Dun-
mngton, deceased. Oct. 28, 1871 tw,
Epbraim L. Ellis Thomas J. Ellis, Car.
cline White, and Hersbal B. White, Polly
Get wood and William Get wood, Morgan Co.,
O..William Birdsell and Mara Birdsell, Da
vid White end Lucv White. Albert While
and Nancy White, all of whom
reside in the county of Lvnn. in the Btate
of Iowa, will take notice that Edward Loch
rv and Clementina Lochrv. hia wile, did,
on the list day of August, A. D., 1871, file
their petition in the (Jlerk onice ;oi me
Court of Common Pleas for Morgan county,
Ohio, asking for partition in the following
described real estate. situate in the county
of Korean and State of Ohio, to-wit : Be
ing all that part of lots no. ninety -eight
(9ol. mnetv-nine VS). and one nunorea
(100), lying south of the Muskingum river,
in Town no. nice (U), ttange eleven (iij,
Muskingum allottmeut, Ohio Company's
Purchase. Also, ZS.iHJ acres in tne soutn
east part of lot no. niuety-seven (97), in
ssid Town, Kange anu Aiioumeni. oouna
ed and described aa follows, to-wit: Be
cinnina at the South-east corner of said lot.
tnence running with the east line thereof
33.12 cnaina to a corner atanding on aaio
line. 1.87 chains south of Muskingum river,
thence west 8.75 chsins to a stone, thence
south 33.12 chains te 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 fortv rods from the North-west cor
ner thereof, and about on rod Booth of a
walnut. 12 inches in diameter, atanding on
aaid line, .thence running east 20 rods,
thence running south 20 rods, thence run
ning west 20 rods to said iine, thence run
ning north 20 rods on said line to the place
of becinnine, and being the premises upon
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 the Court of Common Pleas of Aorgan
and CLEJTENTINA LOCHRY.
By J. T. Casw, their Attorney.
Floral Quide for 1872
Containing seventy-two pages
and Two Boautifal Colored i'lates
nicely illustrated, giving plain di
rections for the cultivation of near
ly a THOUSAND Varieties ot
Flowers and Vegetables. Full
bound with your, name in gilt, post
paid, id .November. 50 els. Jrapor
cover and one colored plate, a cts.
Catalogue of Hardy Uuibs and
Seed for Planting, now ready
and sent free to all applicants.
Kotliesler, Hi". T.
.Nov 10 6w
Hat Frames just received per
"Steamer Julia" at HALLIDAY &
1 H E INDEPENDENT.
IOSKPH A tSLLT, IDITOK AKD PROKKIETOB.
FUIDIT. . . . Vov 14. 1ST1.
One copy, one year, cash
In advance, $3.00
To Clubs of five, or npwa-d,
each subscriber, . t.50
Railroad meeting iu' Malta to
morrow evening. ; ; ?- V -
Ohio supports 200 Congregational
The Ohio Legislature assembles
on the first Monday in 1872.
Tbk first enow of the season fd'l
here on Wednesday.
Wi see, by the Columbus pnper ,
that ' Rev. Henry Cooper, of this
place, preached in the Hrga Pres
byterian Church of thai city, on
last Sabbath. - ;
John ft. Clements, of Malta tp ,
was badly gored by a hull one "day
last wee. His lire was probably
saved only by his son driving the sn
imal off with a pitch-fork.
Thb North'-Western Belief Com
mittee has accomplished 'considera
ble in the wsy of collecting and
sendiDg'"0fr,:money and goods," and
is continuing its work. .,..
Univeosalirt Church, Eev. B.
F. Eatoa of LXtyton will preach In
the Universalis' (jnnrch next sun
day at 11. o'clock, A. II.,' and 1 P.
Jl. Tho public are respectfully in
The Baptist Sociable will he he'd
at Mr. C. L. Barker's on Thursday
evening, JSov. 3Uln. Vo not permit
1 lut.kMgiving dinners to keep you
away, as a cordial invitation is ex
tended to all. Oysters served trom
goven until no more are wanted. -
Thomas Johnson, Cutler mail-
carrier, was kicked in the stomach
by one ot his horses at Chesterfield
on Tuesday morning. He'- is said
tobe;in a very precarious enr.di
lion. La'er intelligence Buys that
Sir. Johnsqn is dead. " -
E. M. Ftanbeet has . . been si-
po:nted administrator of tho estate
ol ti e late James A. McConnel.
Bond of 870,000 given. Worley Ad
ams. Robert A. Pinkerton and Thos.
J. Nichols have been 'appointed np
praisers, and John S. Aduir, clork.
It is probable that the sstato w;l!
be settled up at once.
Hirax'. VIcGrath is msking a
fine show of his mechanism -at
Ralph Porter's residence, in Malta
township, in building one of tlitise
bflnutlfu! stairways, which have
been sa umvorsally ad mi rod in hou
ses of his construction on this Bicfe
of the river. In point of fine work,
:n his lice. McOJrath has ho equal in
The Temperance mre'ing at
CUestei field, on Tuesday evoaing
List, was vry largely attended
Unfortunately, however, the speak
ers, Auorm-y uonerai xfuna ami
Revs. Cooper and ilcGnire, who
w -re appointed ' for"' th9 occmuoiV.
Wi-rc unable to be ' present, ' "Rivv
W. H: Alock, of ChesierfiMir, deliv
ered a very interesting address, we
are told. j
Coupon Bonds, known as the se
ries, Act of February 25ih, 1862,
daiod Miy 1, 18C2, numbered as
below, will be paid offal the Treas
ury of the Ucitcd Stales, ou or al
ter the first day of Docejnber next,
tho interest on said bonds ceasing
on thai day :
1 to 30,969, inclusive of $50 each.
1 to 43,572, " 100 each
1 to 40,011, " 500 each.
1 to 74,104, " 1,000 each
Forlnrthor particulars, enquire
at the l'trst JNatiocal Dank, ot Alc
Jcdqe John S. Wat, of Woods
field, Monroe County, was found
dead n tl a ftreits of the above
n-tmed place, one morning last
weCK. lie nuu oeen out vrilli a
party drinking, and started home
about eleven o'clock at iiight, bid
ding his companions gtfod night
.Not getting home, nis who Dcranie
alarmed at .his absence, and trav.
crscd the whole town in quest ol
him, but did not find hiiu In th
morning he w.tsiouiid dead in one
of tho streets, at a place where his
wi'e h.id pasd vithin a Jow feet
of linn in ho.- nis;!t search of a f w
hours hi.-fore. Tlie seene that fol
lower! his discovery, is described a
heart reiiennsj in tho extreme
Judge Way was prooably less than
forty years of age, and was a msn
of much above the ordinary in point
ot ability, out tua dram-shop wa
his ruin, as it is of thousands -ol
others. Less than two years ao
he was in our office arguing in the
interest of the ' liquor traffic, con
tending, like our neighbor, the
Herald, that prohibitory laws wore
Services will be held on next
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov.
30th, in the Town Hall, at lOi
o'clock, a. m. Sermon by Rov. F.
J. Cather. All aro invited to be
Oldest Church in America, if
not in the World.
In Flashing townhhip, Bdlmont
Codnty, this State, it is supposed
the oldest clmrch in Ajnerica, if not
in the world, may bo seen, It bears
the inscription, '"B C, 1845.," con
spicuously on its front. About two
and a half miles from this church,
at a cross roads. i a finger-board,
bearing a large jug as its figure
head, and Baying, "Seven miles to
Morgan County Bible Society.
The Anniversary" Meeting of the
Morgan County Bible Society, will
be hold in the Presbyterian Church
of McCnbnelsville, on Sunday eve
ning, December 3rd.
The officers of all the township
Societies are earnestly requested to
' send in thoir reports immediately.!
: ro that the amount contributed in
' the County will appear in tho re-
ports at the Anniv.-rnnry Meeting.
. A. A. ADAIR, Sec'y.
M. McDasiel, Treas.
Morgan County Bible Society. The Late James A McConnel.
On Sunday morning last (Nov 19th,
1ST'., Jams Adams McCoskCL, only
sou of the late Gt Bobert Mci'onnkl,
(the original proprietor of McConnels
ville), died at his resid nee in this
place, in the 50th year of his age.. .
The deceased was born in .Musking
um County, thisState, (where his fath
er first located after leaving Franklin
County, Pennsylvania, his place of na
tivity;, but hag resided here since he
was six years of age, his father locat
ing here in 1S28.
Early in life the business career of
the deceased .began, and en ed only
with his death.1 H is father died wben he
was but nineteen years of age. leaving
what was in those, days an immense
estate;, the control and ' direction of
the greatest portion of which devolved
upon him as soon as he attained his
majority. 'This business life, though
not characterized by the energy and
economy. that many of our men of
means put forth, wa one of more than
the average success, and results in. his
leaving an estate of double or treble
yie value ha received from his father.
In point of character, Ms. McC'okkkl
possessed many highly estimable trails.
Being strictly honest, he despised any
thing that savored ol 'dishonesty, -and
his word was as good as his bond wher
ever he was known. While he. was
not a man to be familiarly apgjoacbid
by every one, yet his. attachments to
those with whom he was familial knew
no bounds. In a word, he would have
nothing whatever to do with line with
whom he was displeased, and could
not do too much for one ".that he es
teemed. His displeasure and esteem,
,!too, were x.ot brought bolh'.by were
petulant fancies; hut they were 'he re
sult, generally, of some good, substan
In his charities, though never osten
tatious, yet he was always liberal, giv
ing assistance all his life, to- many of
the poor of this community in a way
that the recipients, themselves, sel
dom felt the obligations they were un
der. We tear that many needy ones
will feel the loss of the helping hand
that he so generously extended to
them for so many years, but which the
iemands of uature has rendered pow
In point of public spirit, Ma. SIcCon
nkl was putting forth a generous por
tion at the time death overtook him;
and. had he lived h- would,' undnubt
edly, have contributed largely, both of
means and his lime, toward placing
Mct'onnelsville, and Morgan County,'
in a prosperous condition relative to
improvements in all branches of
personal industry. as well as
those- of 'a- ' " public nature.
For years past, he took great in
terest in the pursuits., of farmers and
live-stock raisers, and fpent lkrgely o1
bis means in endeavoring to make
these callings more lucrative to our
people, by introducing new grains and
improved breeds. The last few months
of Lis life, were .characterized by his ef
forts to consummate the idea of con
structing the-Eastern Ohio Railroad, to
whichjobject he was the heaviest con;
tributor in this locality," if no along'
the entire" line At' the recent meet
ing held at enecat illej. he was elect
ed one. of the Board of Directors of the
road, and while his place will be speed
ily filled by another, yet all feel that
the loss of his advice and influence
will not be without its effect. We are
told, by one who was intimate with
Lira, that he htd in mind a grand
scheme for the upbuilding of McCon
nelsrille, which was to be carried info
execution on the completion of the
Eastern Ohio Hailroad. It was to have
the land he owned, which surrounds
the town,', surveyed and laid off in
lots, have them mapped, and then ex
tensively advertised, setting forth our
great natural advantages, all to be
sold at public sale about the time the
first train of cars would make its ap
pearanca in "our midst, f lis idea in
this was to invite foreign capital here
at a time when there would be a pros
pect of its ' staying. To do surh a
thing now in our isolated condition as
to Kailroad co'mmunicati n, he right
ly conceived would be fruitless of
good results to us as a community.
He recognized that what we most,
needed here was foreign capital, -ud
that that would not come hero until a
Railroad was built, and thxt while a
few individuals might be profited by
cutting his land up into lots and sell
ing it, as a community .ve would be no
better off than if he held it in a body
Consequently, bis project depended on
the completion of the Railroad to be
executed, when a public sale of out
lots could be made available' to draw
the atten'ion of foreign capital to this
The death of Mr. McC."Ksrl casts a
fflonm .over :tli-i pnti ri cnmmiinitv. and
will La fIt'in all mnitiona and cir-L
cles of our people- He was universal
ly esteemed a an honorable, high
minded gentleman, with as few faults
as good citizens are usually " afflicted
with. His death was unexpected, be
ing sick but a short time although we
suppose his system had been gradually
giying away for some years His fu
neral, on Tuesday afternoon, was
largely attended by his numerous
friends, Rsv. C. W. Cocrtrigbt con
ducting the services.
Rev. II Cooper has got home
Preaching at the Presbyterian
Church, next Sabbath, at tho usua
A special meeting of the Board
of Directors of tho Morgan County
Agricultural Society, will be held
at tho Mayor's office, in McConnoIs
ville. Ohio, on
Friday, December 8th, 1871.
At ono o'clock P. M, for the pur
pose of transacting important busi
ness, requiring a prompt attendance
of every member of the Board.
By order of the Board.
JOHN S ADAIR, Secretary
Nov. 23, 1871.—2w
What can a man have
pocket when it is empty ?
Yield of Potatoes.
The following whouM have been
published two week o, but was
mislaid and forgotten :
Marion Tp., Nov. 6th, 1871.
o? I sec
in yeur issue of Nov, 3rd, a state-.
ment of a crop of potatoes raised by
Mr. Samuel Wilson, of Bristol, but
a hich fails to give a h in lory of the
kind of cultivation, and which asks
for reports from rivcr-boUam farm
ers The writer does not live on
the river, bnt within ten miles
thereof, but I thought I would jjive
my experience n r .iMii a smal
pnlch of the vegrliiblos on a piece of
clny-ridge land, lying to the South,
and rather 'poor. 1 manured with
long manure on tbo lt of April,
plowed under, planted in hills about
ihe 20th oi April, hills about two
feet apart, ' rows thrco feet, seed
borght for early-rose, but proved to
be white -peach-blow, and on one
twentieth of an aero brought forth
Yours, - - J. H. Kixsey
Customer: 1 Hay, this umbrella
I bought here last week .is all com-
ng to pieces." Shopmnn: '-Indeed,
sr? You must have been taking it
out and getting it well"
! e have received this week or
,-cr" iuLIUA X-r I KA VE, '
Ldi' Ooxr) Watchev -
i r . Gold Oera Chains, , ' '
: , Gol Brace Lets, --
r. Gold Pin s and Rings
-V U. B. VINCENT & BRO. :
8VVritixg Drsks, Kclvrs, Blottino
Pads, . PrzzLiw, l itrrart and Amusing
CarsGasiu Sqcaub,- Papkb Doi.i.s and
lots of other Joods, just received at A
DALKS Book, is tore.
: JPTJRS! FURSl FURS 1-Foi
Minx,-Alaska ami Cheap Furs go io
G. B. aall i day & (Jo s.
Violet ITrltlna; Fluid !
. Iew supply of this beautiful, positive
color:' fine flowing, and excellent Coi-
aiRciAL v iat.tr :Wbitiso ti.ciD, just re
ceived at A PAIR'S Book store, in the
various sued bottles.
ff-Everyhody should purchase their
POfeJCKT BOOKS nt Adair's Book
tore. They can there find the-best
stick to select from finer Goods, and
at the lowist rsictji
solid filter .Ware.
1'yr tue Holidays.
H. B. Vincent & Beo
Fancy Plaid Shawls at Ha iiday
l Cu's at cost. Want to cIoho- out
and make room for other goods
W$.Buy your. SCHOOL BO! 'K at
Atfalr'A Book Store.. They kep all
kinds aud sell at the (owest Jigurct,
fockel BoolaM I
-Another supply of Pockkt Booej re
ceived at ADAIK's Book Store this
week. I heir stock is large and com
prises a full and complete asortmenl of
these uootn.- -
llelaud's bold Iens
. s , .. ' at, Vincent's.
Holldnv lloohs I
!-uhnlies of II -Li dat Books now re
ceiving at ADAIR'S Book -tore. They
inteft'ef hkyinf' the finest stock for the
Holidays ever exhibited in their estab
lishment." Alarkwiiat we say !
viiiin; nixmeil -'
' .r..ir..,' ...t fSf!IIiinT.
II.. U . M .A . put -., . . .
g u s ST IVatv wuilow cvova wa w wvu
BOh.S) -W1-town, and country schools,
i us received at Adaibs koox to e.
'Iheir shelves are full of everything re
quired in our schools, and the fiequpnt
receipts tf new supplies naotes tuem
to Keep lueirsiocK iresu auu sviracmo.
By Rev. C. W. Courtright, Tburs
day evenme, Js'ov. 16th, 1871, at
the bridu'B residence in Newcastle,
Mr Joseph Morrison and Mrs.
- Sarah A -St, John, both of this
Also, by the ssmo, on san.e evening
at rha parsonage in McConne's
v:!l.-, Mr. John Smith and Miss
Rachel J. Clendenen. both of
Reincrsvillo, thin county.
Nov 23, 1871.
pot 'toes, " '
Rpples, .green, "
s-" : dried, per pound,
reache. " "
40 c. to 45
25 c. to 30
10 c. to 13
40 c. to 60
i flour, Shepard'a, per barrel,
'oorn"nieol, per bushel,
butter, pr pouud,
eggs, per dozen,
t-a, greeny per pound, best,
" Japan, "
sujiir, brown, "
w ite, - .'
moUsses N O., per gallon
golden syrup, "
carbon oil,' "
oysters, by half can,
chickens, live, each
beef.cat tie, per 10(1 lbs., 5Z.50 to 3.50
boTeSt roast snd steak, per lb;, -10
hogs five, per 100 lbs., 3.00
Jsauswre. per 2 lbs., 25
.lltV.J TV. '
1 c. lo 10
8 c. to 10
Cincinnati Live Stock Market.
Monday Evening, Nov. 20.
Beep Cattle The receipts have
been ample, and the m-irket was
raiher heavy tho first o! the week,
but with a better demnnd to day it
closes firmer, and nearly all were
sold ' We quote shipping cattle at
?4 25r.4 50; extra beeves nt 83 73a
U 00; . medium. S3 253 50; and
common, f 2 503 00 per cental, live
Sheep. The supply bas been
short of the demand, and all sold
quickly at S3 00a4 50 par cental for
common to primo.
, Uoos.- The arrivals have been
large, and prices have declined dur
ing tbo week 25c. per rental, the
market closinar heavy,' with some
left unsold. Medium to heavy av
erage .sell at 84 10:i4 25 per crosM.
Farm for Sale !
160 acres in Union township 1 10 of
which is cleared land, 3" acres bottom,
good frame house log barn, good well
at the door, good . coal bank.' Price
$3.m) Payment easy. Musi be sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
For particulars, call on E. M. Stanbe
ry, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7th, 1871-rT.
MOMC'S tOLl tlX.
PIONEER STORE !
J. B. '.'STORE
las just opened ar.d will be in receipt
t-ekw, of 'be Gut-.t kS'orimcDt of FALL
and W1STER. ST A PL K and FANCY'
Dry UcKidj.and Notions U at the good re'"
pie of M'rg'in have eyr had' Bcefss to
We have takes' tii-uiul pains to obtain ail
tbe latit uo.eltics ia the waytif
EM PBES CLOTBS.pUin aDd repp-
ed in Black. Blue, Green, 'Brown, -Put pie.
tiarm-J, and. ine color, and at low pri
ce; 1000 yaiisof BLACK ALPACAS
and rUHci MOti Alu. W e mak" a spe
ciality ol tlitse goods', antf keep ih best
branils fof'stjle and nnisli; sJ-o. a greaier
variety ih.D jou can bud elsewhere -at
35 eis., 40, 45 50, 55, 60, 75, 85, -81.00,
SI 20, i d Si. M per yard.. - JulLKUH
.MM11.U&, au wuui, in patterns. . any
bade yin m i.dcs!re. ,
JAI'A.tESK ROBES! Ttemost da
rahPf mitl ihu i iclirs'. eooMri ou'; voa ca
find tliem nowiie-e else.. KKAL JA PAN
KHE SILKS; we keep no imitations.
RICH PLAIDS trom 25 ctj. tip-
wurrt; tiKOS OK RHINE and-REPP
SILKS, ALPA'CA POPU.VS and
I.U.STKKS, in -VHriea ci!or; ;CASH-
JIEUKS. POI'i 1NS.CUAMBUEITAS.
&e. - A LSI KALIAN and MOUAlB
Crapes; "beaut ilul Moliair Stripes snd
Corded Aipiiccaf ; at 30 cts. per jrd. .
WOOLEN a O ODS
We have a lieavier stock than woal cf
ll.esr ? &U; iht-y weie bought at low wa-
L r in. ik, and .wilt be sold accordingly.
Beaver Cloth. Jeans, 4 & 5 lb; Coverlid,
i-rmifv, .C-aim?Tes, 6 and 7 lb. Blaa
lets, fc' auuels of all kiixinat ex.
. treme ly Lapricen, Opera I
PianiH-ia in ltich Plaids,
Extensive line of - ' '
- tients and La- ,
i ' ' dies' Under- ' '
Fullsoit of Gents' Underwear for I-00
WATERPROOFS! Steel mix. Gold
mis, Uren mix and also double faced and
i Uncj eiripts. 1
CARPETS! C ARPETS! CARPETS
A Supsrinr ' article, every piece warrant
ed Free from Shoddy.' Call uud, see.
Sn tlTtS: SnATTLSlIIATTLS:
-Of all the latest styles ' Long 'Bra'neh,"
'Lidv Fraskhn, Satin stripes e., all si
ze. and at very low pi ices. ' :
Do not purchase tb3 goods of
"Fancj SlonV al"Fncj'' pliers, hot
go direct to Some's and r x-mc s- metbing
s'jlifh as well as trllKAP. We would
iuviic special uttenlii'o to ojr late styles
liEAVER, " :
. VELVKTEEN, '
- . -- . JsAQliElNUS, -
Onr Tt lydeen ore Siik fiia-hej and
spli-ndid g)id. We have them ia black,
A large and aitracliv3 stork of . '
TiirKS, VALISES, BASKETS
just eceivt-d tins wtk. We do not deal
in f..ierii wuik ol lbi kind.' ' '
Wecliiiu Ike let Kll (JLOVES in
In- m:iki-t; w hivf jurit opemd a box uf
the'JULV 1, wlucli kinlws )avrkrpi
ur tilifnr yea:. ; 'bey aie in li-ii btful
.-!,.:.li'f; u triai "i ihemiall at solicit,.. .
vVe. have on bind a lri;; - un I Varied
sioVk cf " '
Gloves llcitry Si!h Ribbons and lfelt
, ings Lace - Collars, Correts,
.-Hoop hkirta, Giinps, L-"' ""'
cc, Fringe, Velvet
RibboLS "ic: ' -
. We defy compelitinn .both as to . th
style and wieiy aud price. . . i
Fri-aeb Pltte Mirrors, Lice Curtains,
Mar-stiles and Uermnntown Coverlids,
Drdper Table Cioths, Bleached
. and Unh'eacbed I'umask
Crash, I'ara.isk T iw
. els and Nspkin, '. ' '
&c, Ac. ic. '' ' '
Why liny lintu (fi'odsof fx-ddline vsg-
ranU when in reality if yno Iskepainito
inquire you can nj inem so nincb cluap
er ol os, and voa en be snre of. getting
no tra-h. We aecrt and can prove it to
you that we 1 ave t lie cheapest goods in
this line in the uiaikul.
We ktep also a cboice stock of
of all kinds.
fjfrfofs. tfUY frfin
Our Prints rp principBlIj Merrina'"ks,
Kiehm nd-, Cocnecus aud American.', at
12 1-2 eta.
B-' lil.2ct. SnlEIING intown.
N- . mU rnisrercseate l lo eff c sales,
ReiiK :f ' cr i hf place
"OID PIOXEER STORE !" '
- J. B. STONE. '
Kor. 1871 -3w. '
Wl. LA1BEBT fc 10.
11 ii till lUilil 1
WM. LAMBERT & C0'S
One year has rolled aronud sinco we established the New York lfarkst for Dr
Uoodi in ZDesvitIe. Our snccers has never been equaled in lbs history of Ihe Vrsds.
AU oppoaiiion has vanished like dew belore the son. - - -'
"50,000 T"d ofkst Eark Prinli tojte Sutd at ! TenTtnts pt r YarJ ' '
5.000 Twdi Of Print U l Mi tt Five, Six and Eight tfali ptr lari !
' , , .. . o ---.'-
Merchants sav we cannot afford to soil goods so cheap; that we mast fsi! . W rsv-
pea'; have no anxiety for us. Ilavins: been
and with a wide experience in ile market,
money, luaa any einer nouse in Aioesviur.
Attention 10 OUU DUESS GOODS STOCK I
Jit JMi of Sble laibHcs I .
Frow Frow Poblini.
Tycoon Rrpps, Plaids, it.
Our Blacli Silkatnd Alpaca Stock la Complete.
Heavy Gros Grain Bilks at
Doable-fold Black Alpaca at
CASSIMERES, JEANS, FLANNELS AND BUNXETS
90, OOO yards of Flsnne's from 20 cents per yard np.
10.000 yards of Jeans Irom 20, 25, 30, 40 and SO cents per yard np.
Casslmeres io every variety to mil tbe purchaser.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and jSXattings.
Until farther rotice, we will continue to sell oar Carpets at OLD PRICES, aslb
witbs'andiug the heavy advance of 20 per cent in woof.
ALWAYS ON HAND :
A full line of Table Bamnsks, Linens, Canton Flannels. Checks, Dei.,
Handkerchiefs, Ho iery, Ribbons, Trimmings, and Notions in general.
Shawls, both Single and Double in variety.' . - - - r
Muslins retailed at Manufacturers prices.
WM. LAMBERT CO.,
New York City Store, Corner of Main 4 Third Sts., Zanesville, Ohio, or 523,
Greenwich St., X. Y.
N. E. Our trade is confined to Betailing alone, and we d not solicit rholeaa.a
trade. . . . .. . , Sept. i2, 13J1 3ra.
.MALTA Bl'SIXESS CARDS.
J. II. KOGEIW.- ..... v a.JL LUTTON. '- , " J.DAVIS.
J. M. 110GEKS & CO.,
H A R D; W m E U k & E E S :
Front St., near the Bridge, Haifa, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
ftSr AH Orders Promptly Attended T! :
April 21, 187I-iy.
6E0EGE JANEWAY, '
West side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio, keeps a. well selected assortment of
HARDWIRE, TiMTUE, STCIES sad STOVE T8IS3ISCS. FAIJIHG ETE.XSILS,
AXD INVITES ALL TO CAJjL OX 1IIM.
JcSr -Special attention given to the trade in "Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
Agent for the sale ol the celebrated "Clipper Mower & Reaper." Everything
sold low for cash. April 21, 1371 ly.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-cast corner of Front andBeil Sis., Malta, Ohio. Las
always on hand, a complete 6tock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. GROCERIES, QUEENS-
WAKE, BOOTS A.D SHOES, SiC, &.C.
t 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.
BIG GUM !
established FORTY rears in New'York.
we know we can sell cheaper, aiid stiii maka
Japanese Sills, in JOo'ioii.,
Kcrinoi,' Emprtsj (Jo lis.
Terambo. Poplins in colon.
20,25,130,49 and SO tscta.
J. T. CItEW,
Attorney and Counsellor
90iBce in tbe southeast corner of Court
House, second floor. Will practice in the
counties ol Morgan, Athena, and Washing
ton. . . July 771.
J- E. HANNA.
Ed. M. KEXNEOY
HANNA & KENNEDY,
On Center Street, near tbe Public Square,
p9 Special attention given to Ccllee
tious; will practice in Morgan, Atbcns, No
ble, Wathineton and Muskingum counties
Jan. 1, 1871 tf.
W.Fw. IIELLY, rr.D.
May be found at bis otfice on
THE SOATlI-s EST tOBXEU
!Publio Son are
At all times, when not absent on Profess
II. JLu TRUE.
Physician & Burgeos,
Treats all (orms of acute ar.d chronic
diseaae, on new and improved principles.
Calls proc.p'Iy attenoVd to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICK : in Morris' New
Building, on Center street, . where be
will-be found wben not professionally-engag
ed. Feb. 3d, 1871.
Mrr. n-HEH or
iar BOOTH SHOES. -Sia
Opposite Mommey'a Grocery
On Center St.. McCmtteliriile. O.
aaj, Special attention givsn to Cobb
.St SI.VESS CARDS.
TUB SPLENDID SIEJUEt
Harvey DarliXotox,' 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- -
Atra-tm ith, eT 3CT. 77'
Corner Market & Stb Streets,
WJI. GETZ, Propbietob,
ES, Livery Stables attached lo Hotel."
June 9. 1871 tf.
Not. 11 ISTO-tf.