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JO" Itrll A. KKI.l.T. KP1TOR
MCONflELSVII.I.B, oniO :
I III N T I N a !
Wt r now prepared to do at good JO II
rn.TI a cm be done in Mr Coun
ty, having W. It. PA VIS in our employ.
Jn addition to thi, vt would have the pro
pit know that vre will continue to do JOIt
rRITHU at our OLU KATES,
wAitA were orWyj Lowr Hull! Elwe
wher In the county !
bu ADVERT) SI XG IS DONE
CHEAPER IN THIS PA PER
Til AN ELSEWHERE IN THE
Tuk Court of Common ricns Is
in aessiou Judgo Wood is on
Tn weather has been uncommonly
winlryish the past week for the sea
son. On Tuesday night we bad the
most severe wind storm known for
Tears. Na dumnpe done.
T. D. Yocxo, Hi ewer, was committed
to jail on Monday, by James Watkins.
Esq., in default of bail for bis appear
ance at Court to answer a charge for
abusing his family when he was in a
state of intoxication. He was brought
before Judae Wood, of the Court of
Common Pleas, on' Tuesday, and on
giring bail to keep thepenco for ono
year in the sum of fix hundred dollars,
was set at liberty. Young, when not
in liquor, iievs tne r'putMion olbemp
trlr.ft &t,.1 in.l nl itaii I 1. it ul ..1 ...1 Ami
Thc Exciianue Kept ly James
W. Kir.caul, oppomlo tho Tost
llouo, in iho Exchange. Anybody
that wants a ten cent dixh of pala
table sonp g(pi Ihcro. Anyone that
linos oyster, stewed or fried, or
wants to boy them by tho can or
half can, goes there. Anyone that
want a broakf.nxi, dinnor, supper,
or Inncb, goes there. Lots of peo
ple go theroj
Another Thbke-Carp Moxte
Sucker. A eonplo of Zancsvillo
gamblors. Willis anJ Mcr-
ditb, ho paid JUConnclsvillo a
visit last week for tho purpose of
k.uiIJing up their nhatterod fortuues,
found another threo-card raonto
sucker In the jierHon of William
Cunningham, of Bristol township.
Cunningham's 'little experienco"
cost him onfy fifty dollnrp. Wo
think oar farmers will begin to
loam after awhile that there is no
profitto thorn in this buHincss.
A Duckino. On lust .Saturday
evoning, lion. Cyril Hawkins step
ped from the steamer Mink into the
water whilo she nun lying at tho
wharfboat just above the foot of
Conter street. Tho boat had- jusi
landed, and, as Hawkins thought,
was clone alongside the wharfboat.
He fell botweon tho guards of tho
boats into water ubout ten feet
doop. A friendly hand wns'oxton.
deJ and assiHted him into loss dan
goroui quarters. Excepting a good
wotting, he was uuinjurod. Itseoms
to us that so mo precautions should
be taken against such accidonts in
the future. In the laRt two years
several persons havo fnllon into tho
wutor thoro in iho saino way. An
extra cocplo or Iniitertig would bo
F. Sir.L & Co's now, largo and va
rieu assorimcnis or tho nutr.erous
articles in which thev deal is at
tracting the attention cf tho pur
Cbasicg publio. Iu truth, they
havo now for public inspection tho
largest stock of goods they ever
brought to this market, which in-,
dicatos their trado to bo on tho in-
croaso, domanding a larger outlay
of capital. Furthermore, tho ro
turn from tho West of W. A. Bill,
junior mombor of tho firm, and his
permanont location horo as partner
with his father, will eonplo youth
ful energy with the business expe
rience of ovor thirty years. Those
who deal ut Sill's cannot fail to bo
convincod that tliey deal with fuir,
candid and upright men.
Township Trustees, and all oth
era who may tako an interest in the
matter, aro hereby notified that
Blanks for applications for admis
aion to tle Ohio Soldiors' Orphans'
Home, near Xcnia, Grcone county,
are at the Auditor's office ofMor
gan county ; and that they aro re
qoostod to make said applications at
as early a date as possiblo. It is
desired that the number and naraos
of all needy Soldiers' Orphans in
each township will be ascertained
at onco, in order that they way
have tho opportunity of enjoying
tho benefits of this institution.
James B. IKGhiw, A.M.C.
Nov. 19, 1863.
Sheriff Mcrdvjck; was nrrnignod,
on Tuesday, before Junes M. Uay
lord. Esq , chargod with committing
on assault and battery on tho per
son of on Ward, a eon oflliram
Word, and was bonnJ ovor to ans
wer at the next torm of tho Court
of Common Pious. Mimluck's
statement rolntivo to the difficulty
is about ng follows : The eao of
Erwin vs. Hiram Ward had boon
submitted to tho Jury, nnd Mid Ju
ry had been conductod to tho jury
room nnd wore endeavoring to
mako tip a verdict. Young Ward
was found, onco or twice, by the
Sheriff, to bo listening nt the out
tddo door of tho Jury-room, utid an
nmny times was eentnwny and told
not to como back nsrain. But bo
did go buck again, and when found,
with his car to tho key hole of the
jury-room door, (he Sheriff gave
him A quick jerk which sent him
down the stairway and causod him
to sprain his anklo, Murduck snys
that ho bad no idoa of hurting
Ward niorcly intonding to let him
know that it was his duty to watch
ovor tho Jury.
Bau.oc's Monthly Maciazisi.
Wo nro in receipt of this marvell
ously cheap and handsomo Magn
r.ino for December. Its tablo of con
tents is vnriod nnd charming, em
bracing tho usual fine variety of se
rials, sketches, stories, poems and
nttrnctivo engravings, Tho pub
lishers nnnounco in tho jroppoetti
for tho coming year, a serial story
for adults, by tho popular Maga
zine writer, James Franklin Fitts,
and a juvenile serial by tho young
ppopIo'B fnvoi ito, lloratio Alger, Jr
'fho price of this periodical is a
to everybody a hundred
pnp;o first clasi llluntratcd Magazine
for fiftoon cento, or
1,50 per year,
is indeed wonderfully cheap. El
liott, Thomas k Talbot, Publishers,
t&'A full and splendid stock of
Steel Pens, direct from the Manufac
tory, justroccived nttho Book Store.
Any one wanting "17 cents worth,"
more or Icsk, can bo supplied with
the best in tho market at this estnb
lishmont, as they havo obtained a
fresh stock fcince tho Agricultural
Society was supplied, and which litis
created n great demand for theso
Death of an Old and Prominent
The following notice of vho death
of lion. Isaac Davis wo clip from
tho Daily Record, of October 2:ird.
printed at Sacramento City, Cali
fornia. Mr. Davis is a brother of
Uenhy M. Davis, Esq., of Malta
"Woregrot to nnnounco tho do
miso of a mostoHiimablo citizen and
Christian gon'.lumun, the Hon. Isaac
Davis, which event took place at
his lato residonce, corner of ninth
and D streets, shortly before seven
o'clock last evening, after a linger
ing illness of six wockH, tho disease
being congestion of tho liver.
Though ho never courted favor as a
public man, few in tho prime
wants oi iuo nao. a more extensive
acquaintance throughout the Slate
than Judgo Davis, and more espos
cially was ho known nnd beloved
in Sacramento and Yolo counties.
Ho was a native of Maryland, aod
noarly 72 years, nnd we bcliovo
camo to this Stato from Ohio in
1850, which ho has made his homo
ovor since. Ho, together with his
son, Joromo C. Davis (who is ono of
tho earliest pioneers, and who foun
ded what is now known as Davis
villo, in Yolo county), paid partic
ular attention to tho agricultural
interests, settling in Yolo county,
where Lo retmlud almost continu
ously up to 1SG7, when he removed
to this city.
In 1858 and 1S50, tho peoplu of
Yolo olovatcd him to tho honora
ble oflico of Canity Judgo, which
ho filloikan bo satisfactory a manner
that they again tendered him tho
position, but it was doclinod by
him. llo was also ono of tho earl
iest Presidents of tho Stato Agri
cultural Society. Both tho Mason ic
and Odd Follows' Orders claimed
the deceased as an honored mem
ber, llo was considered tho bright
est jewel in the Mason io Order of
California ; in fact, tho institutor
of tho Order in this State, and tua-
cher ot us great and good princi
ples. As Giund Locturer o tho
State ho organized Lodges in all
parti of this Stato, and has, albO
servod us Grand High Priest in tho
Order. At tho timo of his death ho
was Master or Tehama Lodge in
ibis city. Ho was also formerly
Master of tho Masonio Lodge in
WooQland. Ho was a past Grand
Odd Follow of Sacramento Lodge
of this city, and a mombor of the
Encampment, in tho death of Judge
Davis the Stale ond city has lost
nouio unu goou citizen. The Ala-
sonio frateruity will tako chargo of
trie iunorat ceremonies. It lias not
yot boon decided when tho funeral
will tako place. '
PsB'School Books almost daily arri
ving at the Book Store. This firm
keep more School Books in stock
than all tho other firms on both sides
of the river combined, and soli them
ut wholesale and retail at tho lowest
tST Prentice says savagely, ''if
ine ioiiow wno stole eight hundred
dollars from Gonoral Butler had
any conscionco at all, he would go
to JNew Orleans and restore tho
money to the rightful owner,"
noKmHtirvry a New hnglifh and Ele
mentary Orammart just received n
the Book Htoro.
VOT C, L. Hall deliws competition
BstjuNew Btook Christian Hymn
Rooks, all si.os and styles, just ro
cjivod nt tho Book Store.
B3r C. L. Hall buys
from tho importers.
ST Sage for sulo at IV k C, VT.
Mummey's. Nov. 10 4w.
JSyIlnk Shipping Hills just re
ceived at tho Book Store.
jigr A splendid assortment of
Fur Hoods, cheap, at (J. L. Hall's.
Zteg-Go to I), k C. v Mummey's
to got good hoof and pork. They
kill nothing but tho bust.
Nov. 13 tf.
fwTNow eupplu-s of Stationery re
ceived at the Book Store The bost
quality of Writing Paper nnd Enrvl
ojcs arc always kept by this firm.
Look Here, Lawk) 1 Uy tho
firtof next week, C. J. Hall, of
Malta, will rcceivo twcnlv five setts
of Furs direct from the Knst.
Sr Ladies wanting n Travelling
Basket or Satchel should remem
tkiT G loves, lloso, llalf-IIoso nnd
Suspenders lots of 'em at Sill's.
ISayLnrge slock ol Methodist Hymn
Rook, all aizon, just received ut the
ajr Kcvdlvcrs nnd 1'inlola, new
nnd Kccer.d liutd, lur Bulc very low
id inccnt h.
8fe?"TlioRo cheap breakfaat fliawls
and thoso 2.rict. collars are going off
rapidly at aill b.
Don't thnk of going lo
ZutieHvillo to buy a Trunk wlu-n
there ts so largo n clock to select
from nnd ho cheap at Sill's.
Largo asHoriment of Clocks
just received ef Vincent's.
I" Salt Fetre not salty nt H.
S plague's Drug Store.
ST" English Currants at D. i C.
W. Mummey's. Nov. 10 tf.
torEamilu Jtititex. Phntorrrnnh
. . ? , , T 1 .
and Other styles in largo Ptoek, just
received at the isook istoro.
Linsued Oil jiiMt rocoived nt
Spro'to's Drug Store.
Stir Provisions of all kinds, good
and fresh, and ao cheap as tho chea
pent D. k C. W. Mummey's.
Try Unstorino nair Oil. For
salo at Si'raguo's Drng Sloro.
Tho best lot of porfmno oils
for Hair oil at Sprague's Drug
Store Oil of lloso, Verbena, lloso
peranium, Bcrgamot, Citronella,
Lemon, Tiosemary Flowers, &c.
8' Largo stijtplics ot tTinlk Ciinj
nns received at Adair Bro's Book
tiff" Tho jiooplu aro setting 0
pinetical oxani)lo in patronizing
llome lnstitntlor.s bvbnyiiicr suiln
of all grades, Underwear, overcoats,
huts ntid cnij.i of tho ever uoijular
WALK lilt in Malta.
Daf Frohh Block ot I'lenina Ctrdi
just received at the Book Store.
Bar H. B. Vincent k Bro. will.
this weolc, recoevo their' first Stock
of Holiday (Joods. Ladies Hold
Watches and Chains of tho best
quality, and Boys' Silver Watches
and Chains, to which thev desire to
call special attention.
fifcXow Goods this wool; at tho
Boole Storo, cmbraeicff School Hooka.
Steel Pen. F.imHit Riblcs. Jfumn
Books, MixeellaneouH imhlientions. Ju
venile Books, Water Color Paints, 7
velojus, Writing Paper, Arnold's lik,
Carmine Ink, Mucilage, Slate I'eneiU,
Chalk Crayons, Eublter Erasers Shio
ping Bills, and many other Goods, toi
uo soiu at low rRicFs.
iyConntry Merchants can best
subserve thoir interosti by purcha
sing Sehool Books and all similar
supplies at Adair Bno's Book Store.
I hoy buy direct from Publisher's
and Manufacturers, and sell ut the
McCONNELSVILLE Nov 19. 1869.
FLOUR Beat family 0,00;
WHKAT-!,: por bathel.
CORN MEAL-0,S0 per buiLd.
CORN CS per bualiol, wholesale.
DAULKY. fcipriiKT, 81,05. Fall, 1,15.
OATS 40 icntB per bimhol, wboleeale
Hay 12 (10 per ton.
TIMOTHY KKED-$4,00 wholesale.
FLAX 8KKD- -81 15 to 2 00.
BKANS-.-82 00 per bushel.
DRIKI) APPLIiS... 6cts. per poand.
JJKIKI) l'KA(JIIKS-2 50 per bUBh.
POT ATOMS ?0 40 per oush., at
BUTTER - 30 cts. perpouaj,
KUUS 50 cts. pur do,
KKATHKRS" 75 cts. per lb.
SUGAR 15 to 20 cts. per lb.
WIMTK8UOAR-. 20 to 22 ctg.. lb
COFFEE-.. 25 to 33 eta. per lb.
TKA. Ill 00 to 2 00 or lb.
MOLASSES Sorguni 50 by barrel, CO
io t m iit gamin.
SyRUP 81 25 per Kftlloo.
. LARD 15 to 18cts per pound, whohv
CANDLES 20ct per lb.
SOAP by her 10o.
CODFISH 10.its per lb.
SAL'' 81,65 per bhl.
WOOL 40 to 45 els per lb.
SIDES PicUelid, 15 ols per lb.
CARBON OIL-50cts. pur gallon.
L'.NSKKT) OIL 1,35 per Ralloo.
LARD OIL. 2 00 per gallon.
DRIKI) UKKF.-25ots per lb.
SHOULDERS 14 cent, per lb.
JW We would invite the espe
cial attention of '.ho publio to our
Stock of Goods, which is lartrpr nnd
better than over before We have
a largo nnd well seloctcd lino of
Prints, Dolainr., Cnssimercs, Brown
and itlcaohcd Muslin, Plain nnd
Fancy Flannels, Notions, &c., in tho
Dry Goods lino. While our Stock
of Trunks, Baskets, Tinwaro, nnd
llousefurniHhing Goods cannot bo
c.xccllod In tho county for quality
or quantity. We also havo in store
a nico assortment of (Jueciiswaro,
Glaiiswnro, and llardwaio, all of
which will bo sold nl prices to suit
tho times. F. SILL k CO.
. .NEW , ADVERTISEMENTS..
Xotlco is hrrlT ulvcn that n petition
will be presented tu tho C"iiiiiiisfioners of
Morgan county, Ohio, nt thuir December
eion, M, praying for a review nnd ol
torrilioii in the Cminiy rorid lending eist
sml wejt tlirmtcli the 1 1 ti 1 1 of Jnnies Mnr
rny heim. Said nllornlion lo cnminriici'
Hi s run on the tiimI litlo of tho rroek, sitrl
run thence went nearly pnrnllcl wilh tho
ol il roml, tu tho ripodiio sitlo (if tho cropk,
to llio bonrt in llio rfTk, pnd there rrosn
nn'l run tb'nro the nonrflut flint ticnt wny
to the old romt lx tween lhe Rlnllo snd huy
cnlpaon the nlov named laiirta.
Not. 12, IRtlii 4v.
IN Bpoordnnce with the A t rl tho Ctn
ernl Aetnhly of llio filntn f Oliio, pnnpil
April 27th, lHi'.fl, rolu tin to tho duties of
'utility Cot,i !ni4if.nrri), Ae,, (ire vol. OH,
'hio LtLvn. priqci 62 to 611. ,) noti.-o. is here
by given thiil it ii the inu Minn of tho Coin
niir.nioner of Mornn rorinty, Ohio, to ereel
tvo froo bridges serosa Wolf Creek, In Ms
rion townhin in snirl ronnty ono At or
neiir Bxrkhiii H'i mill, nnd th othtr t
Hopkii.a' Fe-d (o rolled), tienr tho mouth
ut Gohcn Jltiti. Kneh of whieh will. In
their judgment, eost more thnn ono thous
and dollnra. Rv ordorof ('oinniintioiierit.
JAMTS B. McGREW, Ami. M. C.
1SOV. S, I-Mij OtV.
J.itir i lirrohv given thnt a pttitinu
will In' -p.". Mite. I to tho Hounl nrt.ommis-
iin.en ci .11 in,'Hii enimiy, uu:o, t ihr if
M (:licf!Mi ' mill, iii Mnlm tnwinhin.
Iliriu'P In iliprnvnir wi'H of ll htnl'1'nm
on ilia n,cnir.l Fhiiii (hi ('' Limit, thiir
i mi Ih'i. wi-Ht iili nf In- i n vino on thi- lient
ro'itelo nil nmile tree u I lv rlh lino 0' J.
K. Tli"inn' liiiiil, lhM,fr in ill I. or ry tree
mi lli? lii.. of l.irin r lil ly Iiuvi k
TorU r, thnn t In tin- Dmiily ltiin 'rilt work",
lln ri c follnwiDK aeni ly iilvun llio I i t of
thn jrr .-nt truvrluit luinl tn neiir Nnylor
llnrnnr's rule, llicmp ilnwn Div Hun to a
1 l oiiit M'lirlv innth of Hot cTt M illioiiir'
l lioinc, l.i wlicre It will ii.tomeot tlie n1l
mnil nl or in-ur Hiilil K ik- (.reck, tuonce
Hourly nlonj; the Ti.-ciit truvrlcil roml to
I tin- R.-nve y n nl 0:1 tin- Ini'l ol Ann Iiuin.
J'utdl tli; :lril ilny of Nov. A. t. IK.III.
I .'0I!. 1!. i KAZIKH.
j Nov 1m:)-..,.-.
Hon a Ilulicc.
Aohr-K is liervby given Hints 'Ptilion
will hi' n I'Hi-ntuct to llio Cuiiiiiiiitiouum ol
Morpun county, Ohiis st tlndr nvulsr
mooiiiif;, to-wit, Ieto-nil)rr (I, IM'.!', to ulior
the county rowl Tiinnin? totween Uowkviiu
'"' Alliens t.rmleil roail, rnininrm-inir
for sni.l nlterntion on the lino between Tho-
ami tho Atli.'iis tirnileil roail,
inns IlHiklmrt s ami WiUiani V. Vooini
sen's laml. nenr tho noiitlicimt comer of
Thonius flnrkliitrst'iorelinril, nml thence to
inlemect tin ( ruileil roinl ut llio corner uf
Kli;nl'eth Steven's Innil ; ami to vnenle an
much nf audi county ronil im lies lieUyeen
Ke r.lnee of beginning of nllerulion nml
Woli (reisc. WU.LIAM I'. TilO.Ml BOX
Oct 2ti. Ixitll-M.r
QC1IOOL BOOKS IN LA HUE
0 stock ;;n I jji:al variety at llio
WE uavk?Tw IS 'fock LA mi
Hiiantitiuul'iill thc School Hoi k r.ci
in this locality, with new nmJ freli mlili-
lions iilniont. ilinly univiut;. Our aim L to
keep every tiling on huml neeilcil in our
line, ami we nk Hie Miironni;eof the jmblic
in Hirtt .iiiiir n lirst c In ms llnok Sloro.
Wo huvc the In- I frillies of
Ink, fcti'cl reus, l'tnlioldorN,
tVrlllnsr I'apci-M, iy Iloolin,
Mates, l-n.il4, Isalti I'rajoiiN,
Olnl other ClooiU uim! in SehnoU, sml si
All Boo;i nnil in town nml eoiintry
Schools nlwuys 011 liuinl, unit cllortsnin'le
nccoinnioiliito ull purrliaaera with tjnoila
whctltur ill blin k or not.
All other (iomU usunlly kej t in Book
Stores coimtnntly n lmud.
C'oino end sec its.
Oet a, lflr.9.
F,LE AS vv.n-
PKUFECT SIGHT can only bo
taiuoa Dy using
the diflicu'.ty of procuring which
Mosul's. LAZARUS & MORRIS. Ocu-
LiiU nml Oiitii'iuiiH, Hai tl'orcl, Conn.,
Mnnuf'iioturora of tho Cclohratcil PER
FECTED SPECTACLES, havo ai'tor
years of exiiorienoe, experiment and
mi- ,ii VUllOll Ul UUbHV IllUCIIllirrv, liot'll
."ItLUUII ii vucj iiiwviiiii,-i , ,.,--.t
uubleJ to iiruiluce thut grand doaide-
which havo been sold with uulimitcd
tmtuil'uution to tho weaacrs hi Hlmtt'
chiisotu, Rhode Island, Connecticut,
New llamushiro. Vermont. Maine. New
York, Pdinmylvunia, New jersny, Nova
ncoiia, Mew JirunswaiK, rrinco
Island, and Dominion of Cuna
da, during tho pai.t nino years,
J lieso celcbratetl spectacles npvnr
tirn thn eyo,and lust many year with'
H. F. WILLIAMSON,
CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
M Connelsvillo, Ohio,
SOLE AGENTS for tho salo of these
from whom only, they can be procured
WE EMPLOY NO
H. hi. COCHRAN;
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO.,
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, FARMING
CORN-SHELL ERS, CUTTING-BOXES, WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, COAL AND WOQD.CCOXSTOYES,
FIVE SIZES, A L L W A H HAN T ED,
FOUR DIFFERENT SIZED HEATING STOVES.
OUIl FOUNDRY BEING NOW
McConncldvi'ilo, Nov 12 ly.
C. B. BOZMAN.
IN FULL BLAST VTK ARE READY FOR ANY AND ALL CALLS.
COCHRAN, J50ZMAN & CO.
J. F. SONNANSTi.Nn.
ward's KEW AOVERTISEMEHTS.
Aim DIAI.KIt IK
M't onnrls llio. O.
INCOME ONE, COME ALL, AND
Mu EXAMINE MY VERY RCTER-
BK5u MU STUCK Ol-' ( LOTUS, CASSI-
rO. MEItKS, WHITE FLANNEL, k
VS.. CASS I MERE SHIRTS, DRAW-
CfSwEHS, Sl'SPENDERS, GLOVE-
BOX-COLLARS, NECKTIES. AND
MADK TO ORDER.
knee received the irry
AND AM I'KKl'AItED TO
CL 0 T II 1 N
MEN AND 'BOYS,
In accordance with tho latest styles,
T. D. CIIEADLK.
yJUUCNt lll tillNllM'N C'HI'tlN.
lilAS. II. BAHIIETT,
M E It II A IV T TIILOR
And Dealer in
158 Main St.,
(Oppositoha Zuuo Uousa,)
Oct. 15, I860.
IULLIVAN & BUOWN,
STEAM POWER PRINTERS I
HOOK Ii I N 1) E It S
lilanlt Hook Manufactory,
VINE JO II I'KI.VniYtt
Our specialty. Music, ' Maguslnes, 4o.,
bound iu any style and at the cheapest
nitus. M3r Blank Books for Counties,
Banks, Merchants, Ac, best paper at
Zanasville, Oct. 16, 1809.
ViSKY FA1U1KR ahouldplunt
"Early Eoae" I'otatoeB. Thoy
are lbs earliest in cultivation,' produce
and canuot be surpassed, ss
tulile variety. Purs seed can be bud
culling on A. P. Stultu, Kunesville, Ohio
uau somo, as lae stock Is small, or
WJI. DAVIS, Apent,
Zanttville, Oct. i, IH0.
A. W. WALKER,
CMfcT mm 5
Bell Street. LTalta, Ohio.
f'lotUinir mmlc to ordr on tlio Kliortest notice oikI nt prices to suit tli
timns. All orlcis Rccoiiiinniod by i
tilled. This firm is nlwnya up to tho
thilij? to Btnnd the scrutiny of the most lnstidlnitH. They keep soods toscll hv
tho yard or in nny oluipe to suit purrlmsers. I.ndirs' Clo'nkinp ahrnys on hnnd.
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-
WHOLESALE & RF.TA1L DEAL Bit I.V
ITotions and JHfiillincry floods,
BELL STKKKT, MALTA, OHIO.
BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7, lfilifJ-tf.
J. G. WALK Ell.
gloth im 1 1
rcaprniHililc nnmn will lio promptly
Intent liuliionH, and wurrimt tholrc lo-
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM I -SM
i hy ;oois.
CLOSING OUT I CLOSfMS OUT !
CLOSING OUT I
Fl'ltTIIEU ItEDlXTlOX IN rUIC
ES AT THE GREAT
msS jTO J3L- JE3
"Whii-li will conlinuo from dtiy toilcy I
V'ill bear in in in a that Ihest GOODS
MUST BE SOLD !
ISf THOSE WHO COME EARLY,
WILL Ulil 1 UK 1HJUUA1NS I
A Earee Stock itllll lo be Din
5 1H fi
Iu Great Variety,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON II
Cloths sml men's wear, Ladies' Press gmiils
suit Trimmings, Long ami Square Bhnwls,
Furs and Uulmorals, Cloaks and Mantillas,
Ribbons, Gloves uud Ilosery, Notions nni
Kaacy Goods, Carpstings and Oil dolus.
Iloots and Shoes, Hats and Cups, Glass and
Queeusware. - White Goods, Embroidery,
Laces, Paper and Linen collars, Looking
Glasses and Carpet Bags, Fresh Family
Groceries, and a general lln of seasonable
Which we will take plennure In showing to
unu win give us a can I
PItOCI CE WANTED I
McConnolsville, O., Oct. lb, 1B61I.
8. C. Brewster returns thanks to his cred.
itors and tu publio for their sympathies in
his lute iii.slortuues. as evinced bv wonla
and actions, and hopes for a coutiuunnce of
ine same m ine etiorl be Is now niakiug to
retreive his disasters, promising on his part
to use hisbest exertious to suvo his credit
ors irom losses, so lar as be can.
uci. is, tuny.
A1VI LOT I. DITAIV
Al ELS villi:,
i uooa iiuitiiieNN Stand Iu
The subscriber, deuiriuir tn vn V.L will
sell his houss and lot iu McOonnelsville.
known as the John Brlirvnr nmnnrii anil
his priperty in UuionvillerJilurguu Co., O.,
at LOW UATErt to anv du!i inv lo Invest in
Heal Estate. The MuCouuelaville proporty
residence, the Unionville property is vul
- " ftuuu icimir. uuu vcrv unsiraiiia nm i
uauie lor a Store, Hotel, or any kind ol pub
particulars call on or
An.'. J", '!!
Meii'svillo, P. O
Morgan Co,, Ohio.
JamksBain. Jimi:h Boll KAt.
UAIN & 1S01LEAU.
mi AND KXVRESS
LATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
SPEt'LIL ATTKNTfoX (IIVKX to
IlKl'.lIKINO in W(Xll) nnd 1 RON ot
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in OL'K
tiivo us a call on
Bi-lween Vnrkot nnd 'intr StrBet.
May I, Gin.
m si.ess cards.
W. R. KELLY, M. D.
May bo found at his oltice on
THE SOITII M ESTCOltXEK
At all times, n hen not absent on Trofess.
m. FALL Trade. m
Adams & Kalilor
have a well selected stork of Pr
hoes, A. ,
Groceries, Qtieensware, Iloots snd 8!
O RXATL T II EDUCED TR
STORE JSorth-M est Corner of Center and
April 23 ly.
J . T. V K XV ,
'Brewster's Storo, near
All follftliont rromptly Attended to.
Galery of Art.
V, C. TUESIZE
ssks the public to call and examine till
specimen rhotngrspbs, Ferrotypes, Ain
brntypes, Gums, 4c, in., which canuot ba
in passed anywhere, lie bus perfected Sl-
raugiuems ivneroDy any one can ue ae
eoinodutod with Hie finest of Oil I'aintinga
aud pictures of India Ink Work, rtooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, In J. C. Stone's
Building, Conter Street, M'Couuelsvills,
Jan 1 ly.
Itobert L. jSlorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Building Mutorials, Sbolf Hard
ware, Cordage, House Furnishing Goods,
TIN A ND SHEET I R OJV WASX
Opjiosito tho Court House,
J. E. &. Fin. It. Ilauna,
Attorneys At Hiaw.
Will attend promptly to all business en.
trusted to thaui. Special attention given
to eolloctions. Ollice on Center Street, three
doors west of the Vublio Square,
1ST 13 W
Having just put new and beautiful re-
fairs upon my room, on the I'ublic Square,
am now prepared to accommodate my
customers with the ohoioest meats- I am
determined not to be undersold or szcelltd
in tho quantity or quality of meat sold
Thankful for past favors I still solicit a
share of ihe publio patronage. The high
cash price paid for hides
Those who an indebted to me on eld ac
count art requeued to call aud settle, as 1
wish to square up my books aud will here
alter do only a Cash businoss. , '
. A.J. CBAV.
Aprn 59 l,