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THE INDEPENDENT.
JOSEPH A KELLY, KD'ITO ASB PBOPEIETOB.
al'CONtf 3LSV1LLE, OHIO :
Friday, . , . Apttt 21, isn
Prohibition
STATE TICKET.
ron covkrnor,
GIDEON T. STEWAK'f, of Huron.
FO I'.TfilT. GOVERNOR,
T. M. "WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
VOR BOARD OP Pl'lH.lC WORKS,
L. U. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR EVPRKMR Jl'DCG,
asAlffJEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahog.
FOR TREASURER,
THD1IAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORXKV CEX'ERAt,
J. V. STlSCiICOJIB, of Hocking.
TOR STATE COMMI.IUiK to. SCHOOLS,
DK. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens.
FOR II.KRK or ?tPRKJIR COURT.
ARZA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR AT1IITOR OF STATR,
W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin.
Platform of the National Prohibition
Party.
at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r.
Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869.
"Whereas, Protection and allegiance ore
reciprocal duties, and every citizen
who yields obedience to the just com
mands of his government is entitled
to the full, complete and perfect pro
tection of that government in the en
joyment of personal security, person
af liberty, and of i vale property, and
AVniREAs, The traffic in intoxicating
drinks greatly impairs the personal
security and personal liberty of large
masses of citizens, and renders pri
vate property insecure, and
li berras, ine existing parties are
hopelessly unwilling to adopt an ad
equate policwu this question, there
fore we, in isfitional convention as
sembled, as citizens of this free re
public, Bharing in the duties and re
sponsibilities of its government, in
the discharge of a solemn duty we
owe to our country and our rrtce,
unite in the following declaration of
principles :
i. That while we acknowledge the
pure patriotism and profound states
manship of those patriots who laid
broad and deep the foundations of this
government, securing at once the
rights of the States severally and their
inseparable union by the Federal Con
stitution, we would not merely garnish
the sepulchers of our republican fath
ers, but we do hereby renew our sol
emn pledge of realty to the imperish
able principles of civil and religious
liberty embodied in the Declaration of
A'tnti icitn Independence and our Fed'
eral constitution.
. 2. That' the traffic in intoxicating
beverages is a dishonor to Christian
civilization, inimical to the best inter
ests of society, a political wrong of un
equaled enormity, subversive of the
ui'dinary objects of government, not
capable of being regulated or restrain
ed by any system of license whatever,
but imperatively demanding for its
suppression effective legal1 prohibition
l)o th by State and National Legisla
tion. 3. That in View of this, and inasmuch
as the existing political parties either
oppose or ignore this great and para
mount question, and absolutely refuse
to do anything toward the suppression
of the rum traffic, which is robbing the
nation of its brightest ltltfellccts, des
troying its material prosperity, and ra
pidly undermining its very founda
tions, we are driven by an imperative
sense of duty to sever our connection
with these political parties, and to or
ganize ourselves into aNational Prohi
bition Party, having for its primary
object the entire suppression of the
traffic in intoxicating drinks.
4. That While we adopt the name of
fhe Nation 1' Prohibition Party, as ex
pressive of our primary object, and
while we denounce all repudiation of
the public dbt. and pledge fidelity to
the principles of the Declaration of In
dependence and the Federal Constitu
tion, we deem it inexpedient to give
prominence tn other political issues.
5. That a Central Executive Commit
tee of one from each State and Terri
tory And the District of Columbia, be
avTvpftrnted by the Chair, whose duty it
shall be to take such action as in their
judgment will best promote the in
terests of the party.
Tae Cml W ar in-Franco is
ffoing on'.
etill
Iowa is getting conceited. The
Slate papers keep insisting that
the highest land there, at Spring
Lake is 17,000 feet high 2,000 feet
higher than the highest mountain
in the United States, outside of Al-
A CCJImittek of" the Massaclm
ftotts Legislature appointed to con
sider the subject, Lave pronounced
against Sir. Sumner in his attack
in the adminibtration, and indorse
Grant's course fully. They reco
inend the 'adoption by the Legisla
ture of resolutions favoringthe an
nexation ol ban JUomingo-
a
Did Christ Prepare Fermented
Wine at the Wedding
Feast.
behave those in community that
are continually asserting that the use
of Alcoholic liouors in moderation as
a beverage is supported by the Bible,
and to prove this they assert the
n ine Ctrist prepared at the marriage
in Cana to have been fermented or Al
coholic. Iter. Thomas M. Hudson, of
the Pittsburgh Conference of the M.
E. Church, touches on this point, on
paee 189 of his "Life and Times," thas
ly7 'Neither can we believe that Jesus
preparedi.-rmnta wine at the marriage
in Cana. By so doing he would have
. I.roke the law of God and become the
Minister, of tin. If he had made and
tirank intoxicating wine, then the charge
.f his enemies that-he was a "wine
Vibber," would have been sustained.
Ve have heard- Christ's- enemies
brought forth to prove that he drank
fermented wine. But of hew rrruch
credit is their testimony worth on this
point? The same witnesses testifyj
&lso, that he was an im poster and in
1 w;tli Vi r.1 1 vtt AniiA,i i : - ji
liuuv onu .v..( i.n j v-.v iicu Ulia
ceiver of the people, and said that he
cast out devils through the prince of
devils."
Relative to the Temperance" cause,
the same writer says in intimate con
nection with the above and similar re
factions :
-Yfa conclude, therefore, that the
BTMebSehrtely or&wfe the use of alco
liolic lnywsj and, if so, the Temper
ance Reformation- is the cause of God,
and is fully sustained ' by his word.
For this reason the Teraperance cause
will certainly triumph, for it has the
resources of Omnipotence pledged to
beat down all opposition." i
A
on
WHAT ALCOHOL IS DOING!
Ono can form, an idea ofwhat Alcohol
is doing by the following mca
gro summary, made Tip by the Pro
hibition Era of last wcok, of the
newspaper items :
The body of William Weldon was
found in East liiver, Isew lork, oa
the Clh. lie parted from his com
panions last November, under the
influence of liquor. This was the
last 60CP of him.
An intoxicated man attempted
to jump on the forward piriform
of a Prospect 6treet car, nonr Gran
ger 6troct, Cleveland, Saturday
evening, but slipped, leu partly in
under the cur, and fesd an ankle
crushed.
John uow, who lives in miser..
able tenement house in 2few York,
went home on Saturday nisrht in n
stated intoxication, and beat and
kicked his wife in a terrible manner.
causing her death.
D. W. Metre!, a harness-maker
from" Fafrio-tYllle, committed sui
cide at the Commercial House,
Cleveland, O., on the 5th. He had
been on a spree for ten days, and
to end his miserable existence look
a dose of laudanum.
John Ilerrold, last Thursday
night, at Akrn, O., while under
the influence of liquor, nttempled
to lorco his way into a bouse of
bad repute. On-refusing to ge
away be was shot in the shoulder
by the husband of one of the in
mates. Pat. Berry, a drunken Cincin
nati brute, knocked his wifo down
with a bowldor and shot at her on
the street, last Saturday. He was
fined S100 in the Police Court and
sett to the Work LTouee for sixty
days for the achievement.
Dr. S. M. Gellis drowned himself
m Clarion river, near London, O.,
recently. lie was a man of cc-nsid
erable talent, who bas mined him
self by intemperance. He was so
ber when he committed the deed,
for which he arranged with eiugu
lar care.
Elias Hall, aged about sixty-five
years, whilo wandering about the
streets of Philadelphia in a state of
intoxication, fell against a picket
fence in such a manner ns to catch
his neck between two of the pal
ings. Being unablo to extricate
himself he was strangled before as
bistance arrived.
Two Germans named Goo. Schnoi-
derand ilathias Heinz, whilo play
ing cards in a Cincinnati dram
shop, got into a dispnte and br kc
up the game. Schneider after
wards met lleinz in the same sa
loon and stabbed hinv to the lianrt
with a large dirk kuifd, killing him
instantly
A once reputable German poet,
scholar and philosopher, for many
years the associate and friend of
distinguished men both in this
country and in Europe, is now serv
ing as a porter iu ono of the sub
urban hotels near Detroit. His
fondness for liquor brought him to
bis present condition. He fun
through a fortune in uboy-eleven
years.
A young man named Joseph E.
Bowers, of Netf Washingtoii,
Clark County, Ind., was convicted
on rriday last, for stealing cow,
and sortenced to two years in thj
penitentiary. lie was denied a
new trial, and swooned in the
court room, after which he was ap
parently insane. He attempted
suicide this evening, while nt supper,-
by sticking himself in the
throat Willi- a small pocket knife.
The wound produced was a serious
ono though not dangerous. He
a wealthy mnn, and won:d never
have been brought? to this extrem
ity but through intemperance.
Last Saturday at Cincinnati, the
police officers found Franklin Bou-
sal sitting on a beer-keg, appar
ently dead drchk. They took him
to the station'boase, wheje he was
put in a cell. He hud not remain
ed thora long when the officers of
the station discovered that l.e had
deep wound in the back of his
head. A physician was called, and
the wound being pronounced fatal
the man was removed to his resi
dence, where he died'shortly after
ward. Mr. Bousal had been on a
spree Saturday, and the last soon
ol him belore receiving bis death
wound, was in the evening, when
he was forcibly ejected from a Fifth
6lreot saloon. Who killed the man?
About three weeks ago, Mr. W.
W. Fox died at the Everett House,
New York, from tho effects of a
life of dissipation. Cn the 6th, the
body of his wife was found dead on
street, near the river. She bad
committed suicide. At ono time
Fox was worth $100,000: lirs: Fox
was 23 years of age, had been mar
ried about ten yeajs, but had no
children. The body, when found,
was almost unrecognizable, having
been in the water abont fire weeks.
She was dressed in a black silic
dress, black teal-skip furs, and
fine undergarments. On the fin-gers-ot
her left hand were a soli
taire and a cluster diamond ring.
fine gold watch and chain were
the body. No shores were on
tho feet. They bad probably been
washed away,
Chamber's-Journal, in giving di
rections how to rulo a husband.
Bays: "If a wife wishes to mako a
home attractive to her husband, let
hor keep -a sharp eye on the cook;
nothing makes a male creature
more discontented with bid-bouse
than bal dinnejs. ill served."
A Lad-y residing m a German
city, which is heavily taxed by the
war, writes to her friends that she
has tcr pay sixty-five cents for a
pair of white kid gloves "with two
buttons;" that a- new silk bonnet
costs nearly a dollar in gold, a cab
two persons to tt'e orwra and
back, thirty-seven cents, and wash
ing is charged for at the extrava
gant rate of twelve cents a dozen
pieces.
THE NEW YORK SUN ON
GRANT.
It will be f cmembered' that tho
New York (Sun, a Republican pa
per, was nl one timo a strong sirp.
porter of Grant. Recently, bow-
ever, it has been bitter in its de.
nunciation of him and his adminis
tration. A late number o the Sun
arraigned him as follows :
1. Lot hi,m pay back to Jay'Gonld
the thousand dollars which Gould
paid on bis subcription to the Raw
lins fund. No President should al
low tho blot of falso pretenses to
remain tipon bis personal honor,
2. Let him dismiss the military
attaches whom he keeps as ushers,
messengers, lobby agents, and pre
tended secretaries, in violation of
the law, about his person at the
i lute ii u8o.
3. Let him flismiss from the pub
lic crio ins cuice-peddling father,
his numerous brothers-in-law,
couisns, uncles, aunts, and other
near rclation9, whorn he has appoin
ted to places of emolument aud
authority, without regard to their
personal, political or business qual
ifications; and let him rigorously
observe tho principle laid down by
Thomas Jefferson, that tho family
relations of tho President are not
to be appointed to orfice.
4- Let him return to the donor
or donorsthe cottage at Long Brach,
presented to him as a gift since bis
inauguration as President.
5. Let him turn out of office every
man who ever gave him a present,
and make it an insurmountable ob
stacle to tho appointment ofanv
man to office that he has ever given
aim a present.
6. Lt him dismiss BancroflDnvis,
the bribo-taker, from the Depart
ment of Stale.
Let him reorganize his Cabi
net and fill its ofiiucs with Repub
licans of capacity and reputation,
whom the people know arid can
have confidence in. In so doing,
let him abandon his foolish notion
that a corporal or privAte musician
can safely be pforhoied at one jump
o bo a major general and pet in
command ot an army corpff.
a Liet hi iu earnestly call upon
Congress to reduce the rales of tax
ation, abolish the unconstitutional
income tax, and relief industry and
commerce of the burdens that are
now making toe rich rieucr ana the
poor pooror, and crushing enter
prise and honesty to tho earth.
And if his Secretary of tho Treas
ury Will not agree to these measur
es ofroform, dismiss birr.
9. Let him introduce common
sense into his n'ppointmenls, and
leave off dividing, distracting, and
breaking down that r.ohle organi
zation, the Republican pf.rty.
10: Let him send adrift the ring
of military money-makers who now
sunound him and exerei'ra a mali
gnant influence upon his conduct ;
and let him avoid making himself
ridiculous and suspected by enrra
gingin snch absurdities as tho San
Domingo swindle, 60 that promi
nont R-.ipublicans will no longer
pronounce him a fool.
11. Let him btwam of the flutter
ies of silly rich men, and leave off
his adoration of golden calves, and
ceasolo corrupt tho youth of the
country by evincing 6uch sujueme
worship for money.
12. Let him anr.rninpe that he :n
no longer a candidate for re-election,
and that he will" strongly hiT
hore to the opinion lie expressed in
1SC7, that no man should be Pres
ident lor more tlian'uno term.
Progress of Northern Pacific
Railroad.
. The energy with which tlie build
ing of tms gra; thoroughfare is bo
ing pushed forward is an added
guaranty of its early completion
and its wise management. We
learn from the financial ngonls of
rha Road, Messrs. Jay Cooke & Co..
that, at the present date, the grad
ing is nearly finished for 20J miles.
from Lake Superior, through Cen
tral Minnesota, to the eastern bor-
aer oi ojasois: trains are ruunin?
over idu miles of completed track:
the Mississippi river is bridged at
Brainerd and once moro joined to
tho Lakes by rail, and track-laying
is rapiaiy progressing westward
By September next, trains will be
ruhn:ng to tho Rod River; and the
grading will probably bo far ad
vanced toward the Great Bend of
the Missouri river in Dakota.
In the meantime work has been
commenced the present Seuson on
the Paeific Coast; a largo force of
men is already employed in the
valiey of tho Columbia river in
uasnington territory, ana here
after the work of construction will
be pushed both eastward and west
ward toward the centre with such
rapidity as the best interests of the
Road may justify.
Including the purchaso of the
5S: Jfau! and Pacific Road, the
Northern Pacific Railroad Compa
ny bas 413 Miles cf Road now in
operation, and before the eloso of
the present season the length of
finished track will beat luast'560
miles. Tho new highway to the
pacific is being constructed at the
lowest cost compatible with first-class-work.
The Ohio Convention Reporter,
giving the proceedings of the recent
Ubio bchool Examiner s Conven
tion and the American Bee keep
er's Convention, is at band. J. G.
Adel k Co., of Columbus. Ohio, arc
the publishers. They will issue
soon a number of tho Reporter con
taining the proceedings, in full, of
the Prohibition State Convention,
held at Delaware in February last.
Change or Name. Oar friend
Kelly, of McCunnelsnlle, has drop
ped the title of Conservative for his
paper, and taken up that of the
South Eaitcrn Independent'. Wo
wish his sound Prohibition journal
success under any name, and hope
our Morgan county friends will eee
that he is well sustained in his eff
orts to drive the Honor traffic to
tho wall. Prohibition Era.
James Brown, oi .Noble county.
a soldier of the War of 1812, refu
ses to receive a poiision "while the
Government counts its debt by bil
lions." Patriotic !
REIT AliVERtiSEMEJfTS.
THE LARGEST
QUEEKSWARE STORE
in
HL ET 3H 6LD J
R. L. JENKINS,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
QUEENSWARE!
CHLNA I
GLASS ! AXD
EARTHEN WARE I
North (-ide of Center street, between
East and 1'enu streets,
BlcCormehvillo, Ohio
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING M
KIN'S ESTABLISHMENT!
1st. Jenkins imports bis own pood
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
2nd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in Soutu-Eastern Ohio, and you
are enabhid to get just what you want
do no? hare to take just what you
can get.
3rd. Living amongst us, Jenkins
helps to build up the business of the
community, and it is no more than
right that community should build
him up instead of going oil' to Zanes
ville, or some tuch point to buy your
goods.
.At
tTen kins' in.
April 21, 1S72-tf.
7-30 GOLD LOAN,
OF THE
Xorllicrn Pacific hull road Co.
RAPID mOGilESSliF THE W8RS !
Tlifc building of the Northern Pa
cific Itailroad, (begun .luly last), is be
ing pushed forward with great energy
from both extremities of tho line.
.Several thousand men are employed
in linneotH ami on the i'acihc coast.
The gra-ie is nearly completed 206
miles westward from Lake Superior;
tAins nre running over 130 miles of
finished road, and irack-laying is rap1
idly progressing toward the' eastern
border cf Dakota. Intituling its pur
chase of the St. Taul & 'Pacific Ivoad,
the Northern Pacific Company notf
has 41 3 miles of completed' road, and
by September next this will be increas
ed to at least o0().
A GOOD IXTESTMEXT. Jay
Cooke & Co. are now selling, and un
hesitatingly recomend, as a profitable'
and perfectly safe investment, the
Kiist .Mortgage Land Grant Gold
Bonds of tLe Northern Pacific Kail-road-
They have 30 years to run,
bear seven and Three-Tenths per
cent, gold interest (more than 8 per
cent, currency ) and r.fe secured by
first and or!!y mortgage on the estire
ROAD AKD ITS EQC1P3IKXTS , and alsO, BS
fast as the Road is completed, on
23,000 ACRES OF LAXD to
every mile of track, or 500 Acres for
each SI, 000 Bond. They "are exmpt
from U. S. Tax; Principal and Inter
est are payable in Gold; . Denomina
tions: Coupons, 8100 to f t,0t1; Eegis
tered. $100 to 614,000,
E4M)S FOU BO.DS. North
ern Tacific 7 30'a are at all times re
ceivable at TEN per cent. Aboy par,
in exchange for the Company's Lands,
sr$ their lowest cash price. Th'is ren
ders them practically interest bearing
LAND WARRANTS-
SIXUI.YC; FFXO. The proceeds
of all sales of Lands are required to be
devoted to the re-purchase and cancel
lation of the First Mortgage Bonds of
the Company. The Land Grant of the
Hoad exceeds Fifty Million Acres.
This immense Sinking Fund will un
doubtedly cancel the principal of the
Company's bondod dobt before it falls
due: With their ample security and
high rate cf interest, there is no invest
ment, accessible to the people, which
is more r rotuauie or aio.
EXriIACI V. S. FITE
TWEVTIES. The success of the
New Government 5 per cent. Loan
will compel the early surrender of
United States 6 per cents. Many
holders of Five Twenties are now ex
changing them for Northern Pacific
Seven-Thirties, thus realizing a hand
some prone, and greatly increasing
tneir yearly income.
OTi9F.il SECl'IUTIES. All
marketable Stocks and Bonds will be
received at their highest current price
in 'exchance for Northers Pacific Sev-
en.Thirties- Express Cbarees' on
Money or Bonds received, and on
Seven-Thirties sent in return, will be
pait by the financial Agents. ItiII
informatich, maps, pamphlets, etc..
can be obtained on application' at any
agency, or from the undersigned.
for sale by JAY COOKE & CO.
Philadelphia. N.York Washington.
Finaccial'Acents Xorth. Pncific R R. Co.
By BANKS and BROKERS generally.
We have accepted an aeencv for the sale
of the above Bou'ls. Phamnleta and infor
mation can be had at onr counter.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
C. B. BOZMAN,
McConnelaville, Ohio.
April 21, IS71.
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MALTA BlSl.tESS CARDS.
J. 11. ROGERS.
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J. M. ROGERS & CO.)
Front St.: near the Bridire. Malta.
Bar AH Orders Promptly Attcnfle To! -a
April 21, 1871 3y.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner
always on hand a
BEY GOODS, NOTIONS.
WARE, BOOTS Al SHOES, &c, Ac.
Z3f New Goods received resularlr. as a flourishing trade demands. Everv
thing sold at the lowest cash figure.
goou
GEORGE
i est side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio,
HARDWJKB T13W1RE, STOVES and
in short, a Complete HARDWARE STORE!
Special attention given to the
Agent for the sale ot the celebrated '
sold low tot cash.
3. DAVIS.
Ohio, keep constantly on hand
of Front and Bf 11 Sts., Malta, Ohio has
complete btock of
GROCERIES, QUEENS-
Country Produce taken in exchange for
April 21, lS71-ly.
JANE WAY,
keeps a well selected assortment of
STOVE TISMIXGS. FiOlXG f TE5SITS,
trade in .Stoves and Stove Trimmings
Cupper JXower & Hcaper." Everything
!April 21, 1S71 -ly.
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MEDICINES!
DR. J NO. ALEXANDER.
Din c; GIST,
51 't'O.WELVISLLE,
OHIO.
DHUfiS.
l'ATKXT M ED1CXES,
I'AINTS.
TERFUMEIIY,
WALL
PAPER, AND
li articles pertaining to tbe
DRV G TRADE.
9W Kehason hand coustantlr alareoand
eitenaive slock of all articles pertaining to
the business, at the LOWEST market pri
ces. ALSO
HEATTY Si. TEAioV'k'S
i'ntent Lump Shades
For ale only by Pr- John Alexander, in
Mornn ciiuuty. fmarll.lTO-tf.
Manhood :
HOff LOST, HOW RESTORED.
J-t oublished, a new euition
oflir. t'ulverwell's Celcbrateil
Essht on the Radical Cure
(without medicine)of Spermatorrbiea or Se
minal Weakness, lnToluutnr.T Srmiiinl Los
ses, Imnrtenry, Mental and Physical Inca
pacityImpediments to Marriaee, etc.; also.
Consumption, Kpilcpsr, and Fit , -induced
self-indulsezce or sexual extravagance.
9Price, in a sealed envelope, culy six
cents. . . .
The celebrated author, in tn's admirable'
essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarm
ing consequences of self-abuse may be rad
ically cured without tbe dangeroui nse of
internal nicil:cine or ine application or the
Knife: pointinc out a iW-ue of cure at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by means of
which every sunerer,; no master what hi
condition may be, niay cirfe, hiii'ielf cheap
ly, -p-i-ily. and' radically.
fir- This' Lecture should be in the hands
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent nn.icr seal, in a plain envelope, to
any ad Jress, postpaid, oil receipt of C cents
two postage stamps.
Also, Dr. t'ulverwell'i Marriage Gaide-1
price 25 cents.
Address tbe Publisher,
Clias. J. C. K!lriV''Co.,
I'Towery, New Y'orkyP. O.' 3bx4385:
TUB
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spicuously 13 tbe greatest addition to mod
era medicine. Tliey are at once tbe pre
veulatiM as well m cure for lor a clae or
ailments, from which the great majority of
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happy, and physically and mentally ineffic
ient. Impairment of nerve force results us
ually from inattention (sometimes from ne
cessity) to common nense health rule, and
followed by lethargy, Dyspepsia, Cons
tipation, Impure blood, lriefclarities, Off
ensive breath and 6allown'-s3 of Complex-.
i aeir actiOD on the Nervous system
account for their mild and paive
efficacy' in a rariaty of ailments of such
apparent diversity of origin and character.
Uude' their e fleet diges tion" and assimila
tion are promoted, the fxrrelinn of worn
materia! iu the blood is assisted, and the
brain acts vigorously, as' i' under the effect
a srirriulant.
The Calabar Grains ere the appropriate
remedy Mr the Literary, - studious and the
brain working classes, and those unable or
disinclined lor sufficient physical exercise,
who are usnallybiflious." Thry are
favorite medicine ol ' .the ladies ; tbey
the preventive itl cure of nausea
headache of those voyaging; cIilM
ren cafi take them ; they 2te' now' the
"ounce of preventative, they aro safe,
mild and effectual ; they are apple
seed like, tasteless and inodorous.
Furnished in mcnibranoous pouches
containing 75 to 80 grains or seeds. If
for sale at the nearest Drucirists.
enclose 50 cents to the Calabar Grains
Company, Marietta. Ohio.
ieb.1771.
,
a
be
JllSi:LLLVhl)fX.
SPEEDY CUKE !
Provisions,
AXD
Groc cry
STOEE!
B. Woodward
W. A. MAMWS & CO,
33 xi c lc e y e Block!
Keep the best of everything the mnrket
affords in the (Jrocery and Provision Line 1
They know just what will tickle the palates
of the people.
MUTTON! REEF! VEAL
And all kinds of meats sold so cheap that
it always gives their customers good appe
tites to eat. It makes hue gry people hap.
py, henlthy and robust ; drives sickness
from the household; spoils the trade of the
Doctor ami umkes every cook prrud of ber
table. Husbands, who have cross wives,
will alwavs liud a few cuts of
ROAST AND STEAK.
FKOil THIS HOL'Stt A
needy Cure
for trouble. lis savory presence on the ta
ble always lints every bod v in a eood liuin-
or, and nt, thf Buckeye Llock U the place
to get it 1 Aek anybody, in the expression
of hose coiii'fenauee you see ;parBEEF
STEAK, Li and they can te'l you the
place. 'Ihey'cUo keep all kinds of the ve
rr tst
GROCERIES
PKOVISIOKS !
At thM lowest price ! "fhey buy, too ; and,
what i more remarkable, they buy audsel!
every Oiiiifffroiii a
1 rscU-I to a Fat Steer ! !
Give thiini a call. One Door East -t Eli
Shepard's. wlioleinle Grocery, Center St.,
WcCounelsvilie-
Dec. 2J, ikill Smo.
FINE JOLO
AD
SILVER AVATC1IES,
AT HALF l'RICE.
Genuine Id Carat Gold Unntirif cnsd
Watches Getits' and Ludiea' Sizss.j regu
lated and warranted for time and wear, at
half the usual p-ice, on'y $25 each.
Tlte Kxir Fine Q iainy. 18 C ira?oId,
E .g he Tnrned, Hunting Ca-ed, Full Jew
eled Lever MoveineKt-1, jierfectly ar!tsted
to all climates, reguluttd, and tai h wn (Tin
ted by speciu: ccrtifl;ute. at ol!J $30
each.
The Same, of Finer n.d hieher grade
with Chronometer Balance, at SiVeicli.
The Suin, at Las', with fine Xickei
Work', and Sitm-wiiiiiine and Setting At
tachment, rtqnirinr no key, wound' and set
by the stem, only Si JO each.
AH the above Watches are put at ball
price, and eacn warrantee lor time and
wear.
Extra Fine, Pure silver, Hanline
Cased Gents' aud Ladies', at only S1'2
each.
Rent 'inality Coin Silver, Dentine
Can-d, Full Jewekd' Lever, at only $!."
each.
Extra Fine Quality, Talent Levers &
Chronometer Uovemauts, Ruby Jeweled, ai
only -iO each.
8gU Our Watches are all warranted, and
if not perfect will be Uken bac!i aad the
money returneil.
B5s-We rerjuire no money ia advance,
but send all goodj by Kxprers, payable on
delivery, -with privilege to cpen and exam
ine before p nd for, by paying Express
charges, nnb it not salislactory, returned.
Plaeib where no Expre-a rum, goods will
be sent by irlail, in registered package, by
sending ig advance.
CgBi Cersoi'S ordering S'x WaU hesata
time, will receive an e.x ro Watch af same
value free. -
A Iso, Ji;.! Chain Gnts, at ?G, S3 to
S12 ; Ladies' at $10, 812 to ?!5 each
The finest Gold Plated and Oroide C Jld
Chains al 52, Si, Zd to 5 3" each.
State description and price of V, atch re
quired, and cder by mail duect from
Till: UNION W.TCII CO..
14S Fulton Street, New York!
Jan. C. 1871 3mo.
Koilc'to Jlrltlge litiilders
Notice is hereby given that scaled pro
posals will be received at this Auditor's Of
ficeofMoresn eonntv, OhioL until ten o'-
clock, A.M.. on Friday the Htu day of A
I i i-i r.. ;v, ; Ati i .... .
material and building the superstruc ture f
wooilen bridge a
irross xuhu s rora Ol :
d of Zachanah'Cs'dde i
Melts' creeV. on Ian
in;ton in BTooni township, of about 45 foot
span; also for one of about the same ili-tnension'!r-r'ia
the same stream near Ro
bert Eentfs'rjo'u's," in Bristol township' ; al
so for one' of about CO foot span across Big
Bottom Kuu near Guthrie's salt works in
Bloom township ; also fur one of about CO
foot span across Wolt Creek on land of Hen
ry Janes', in l'cnn township'. All ot said
bridea to rest on stone abutments, and lo
built on the' plan of the new bridge over
Sunday creei near Ward's o!il mill in Union
township. All of said proposals niuntstate
the price per foot lineal for the wood work,
including the anchors, and the proposals
for the stone work must state the price per
perch (of 25 'ubic feet), including all the
necessary excavating and timber for found
ations. The plan of said bridges may be
seen at the Auditor's oftce. The Commis
sioners reserve the privile.ee of rejecting
any or all of said bids. The contractors
will be required to give Bonds.
Bv Order of the Commissioners.
.. JAMES B. M'OUtW, Aud. M. C.
Jfrch 21, 1871 3wl
JMI$CEL17AXEOCS.
H. M.
cocaaRAX. o. .
J. F. BOXN'iXSTlKI.
B0ZVA1C.
(Soehraiij
ozman,
suimntST SIDE OF TIIE
PUBLIC
SQUARE,
M'CONNELSVILLE, O.,
IcaTera in
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHlltt
GOODS,
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C AC
SPECIAL A1TMTI0N
Given to tha
Farming Implement
Machinery Trade.
I!
OWEKS&REAPEKpi
SOLE AGEXTS j
in this locality for the sale of the
Celebrated
CHAMPION
Mowers & Reapers,
WOELD
Mower & Reaper,
and the
RUSSELL
Mower & Reaper,
MAScrACTcasM or
Cook & Healing Stoves,
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stores in the country ; all kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; aUo Salt Kettles,
mi J Salt Flanges, Sugar Kettles, Tota, Griit
.llf 8, Skillets, almut twenty different pat
ernsofplow Points. Machine. Canines foi
SteirmboHts, Saw Mills, S.tlt Works, Mow-
cpt ami Keapcra ; also Caal Iron t'himney
Ti.us, WimtowCaps, Cellar Wimlow Grat
inj.s, and also Cast Iioo Legs for Scbao)
boaae Iesks aud beats.
Tin-ware.
Have constantly on hand, manufactured
their order, all manuorolXm ware,Stov
Triinmings, Ac.
ISacIi.smitIiing.
llauufacturers o' Water Tweera. Mandrill
Swedgea, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
Jieiuember the r l,ce :
:oth-vfet Side of the Public Square
M CONNELSY1LLK, n.
mar.13.187U t.
WAHNEK'S
i 1 e Uemed
Warner's Pile Kcmcdy has nev
er f'iletl (Mot evrii in one cc) to cure the
very worst ce "f B.iuJ Itciiinij or Bleed
ing Pile. T'tose wlio aie affl Cled -hould
imniediately call on ll.eir drngisl aid get
i', lur it will, wit'i (be Gist appiica'iun. in
AtHnMy kEftrti co...plete relief awj a few lot
lowing aiulicati"n ar oLly requireil tn
St Ci a )eriniifnt cure without any trouble
or incutiv. uience in i'.i use.
Wuruer'a I'ile R-medy n expressly lor
the Pile, and ia nor recommended to care
uot other disease. It baa cured tnacv cas
es "f over 'hirty years standing. Price Ode
U'd'ar. t .ir bv drusgisw everywhere.
"W e ft lc 1ST e r v e s .
ttarnem iippia Tonic is
pieiared expreasly lur Dupeptitsaud tiJOse
u!T ring Iroin weak nervea rl:S hafilal
.:ong: ipatiun. There are 7ery few who hive
not employed phyaiciaua for yean to reuie-
dy what thin preparation will d in a lew
weeks by afitsirtheuiiiir the nerve, euriali-
ing the ciicu'a'ion, restoring' digestiou. gi
vitig sirenvth mentally and uhyaically, ena
bling those who my have beencocfi??d for
y.-ars to their ro"im as invalids toairain re
Hume their OetSaputius'and all the duties ot
I lie. One trial is all we a-k to enahle this
remedy to recoai'meud itself to the nmt
-kepticxl. It it a s'ightly stimulating ton
ie and a silccjld appetizer it stsengtbens
tbe stomach and re-toie the generative or-r
eans aud digestion to a moral taeailhy state.
U'eak, nervuui and disueptie pei s ins sho'd
aeWarnei's Dig.ep:a. 'fauic." for sale
by drntrgista. Ppce () e 1'ollar.
Cough lSr o 1 ore.
Warner's Cough llalsanri
healing1, soltcuing. and expectorating. Tbe
extraordinary power il preiiesees ia imme
diately relieviuj, sod eveutually eurin the
most nhstiuals case3 of Coughs Colds aud
Sore Tnroat, Bronchitis,' lnflueim. Cat
arrh, lioarM-'ms, Asthma, and Consump
tion, is almost incredihle. tfo prompt is the
relief and certain its tfJVcts, in all tbe forc
going case, or in any affection" of the Iuag9,
i bat thonsand. ol physician are dii!y pre
'cribing1 it, aud one an all any that il ia the
most healing acd expectorating medicine
known. One dose always eT rda relit f, and
iu mo-it ces one bottle if.cis a enre.
Sold by all dragjifN, in large bottles.
Price One Do'lar. It is your own fault if
you still cough and suffer, l it Balsam will
cure.
w W innof Lifet
Tenlum Vila or It Ine ol Ule,
the most delicious bevertee and Iodic slim'
ulant cow before tha world. It is aspleo-
ded appetirer, tree from all poisnnonsdrng
or imparities, and is prepared for those re
quiring a pleasant stimulant that wilibraee
up the nerveo, give tone to the whole sjs
lem, ar.d, consctm.-nily, renew life.' It is far
superior to Uraudv 'hisk,' Wine, Kia
era. or any other article ever offered lo the
public, for bolh male and female, voonrr or
0id, niay lu.te the w ine l lAle. It is, lo
r.i . i;b rt.n- .i.n.;.i.in
av a w ieejj ew u v w u (u
eiijuy good .ealth and a Iree fl.iw of lively
spirits will do jre!t to take the Wine ot
Life. It U diftfrerif frpm'anjtljir; ever be
fore in use. and is told by druggists every
wheie. Trice One Dollar,- in (Jiarl bot
tle. m me n n. pogue.
nuiurrs buiuieuajtugue ia
t'ie only article knjwu tocure the Whiles,
(it will cure in every case;- Where is tbe
family in which this' impurtac't medicine is
not wanted ? Mothers. Iliii is tiia greatest
bltfaicg ever i.flcred to yno, aud you sho'd
imrnt diatelj procure it. Il is alas a sure
cure for Feinulo Irregular: ies, and may be
depended upou ia every case where the
mniiib'y fl iw has been instructed tbrongb
mid or di.eay. Sold by aiuggiatf. Trice
Djllar.
Feb. 3J.1871 -ly.
i
In
!
on
to
die
tiERMAS BITTERS, &.C.
BAYS KURD C
Hoofland's German Bitters,;
HOOFLAND'S' GERMAN TONIC
Prepare! by Dr.' C." If. Jackson, Pbllsdelpbla.
Their uilroauctiou Into this eounuy from Cermaua
oocumMt hi
They Cared Your Fathers and Bathers
And wilt core too and your eklldren. Ttiey are en-.
Uruly ditrerwii" frrwn the many prKparatioua aow lo
the country callW Bitten or Tonic. Tby are bo
atveru preiairaiions. or anything like them ; but good.
Bouel,rlUliBKdtenie. Thcj are
T grtattM Lnoan ratuUiaor
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Itervous Debility, Jaundice,
Diseases or the Kidneys.'
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, 4
aad all Disease arlslax from a Disordered Utw,
a;otn&ch, or
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
Ccgeripstlon. Fiataleneo, fcward P11a, Fnlnesa of
Blood to Jin Head, Acidity ot ih Sluinacli, Naa-
sea, lieu! hum. Dloiriit Tor Food, Fnlnwsor
Vei(IH In the ytonisoh. Sour Eniia- .
tkMw. 8liik.f or Untleririr at tha ti .1
Pit the HuHDaoh, Swimming or the j
Bead, Uiirriad or Difficult lkeathiiifr. Flutter- . !
Int at tha llaart, t'bokiai; or 3uilucuic Sanaa ,
Una when tn a lyrnf rnatnra, DtnnrM ot VUlom,
lint or Weha before the Sl.t, lu Pal a In Km
ilead. DwSrinocy of Prvuinntoa, YeSawnfra
of the Shin aud By, Pain in Die Sida, ,
Rack. cact. Limbs, etc.. Sudden .
FHwha of Bat, Bimiitur in the Flcah,
Ooastant iutagluinifs of Cvil and tireai Depres
sion ol Spirits.
Jfl Out ixMtatt Vitenm of ths Urtr or ZNwMM
Oromt, OMtUiutt M bnpur JMood.
Hoofland's German Bitters
In entirety veaetahle. and eonuin ao liquor. It Is
aeoraiioaud of fluid Rxtracu. The Kojta. Herb,
and Bark fnHii whicli laxse Extracts are mule. ra
talhered (Whu (tarmaoy. All I lie HediMi innr are
atracted fmin th.ui by a sciontinc shcniit. TUea
eauacu are the (nrwarda! lo Ihicoiililry to be need
exrey forthe iMannrt(ireof Uu-e Killur. There
Uaoalcchoile MilMaiiat of any kind nJcd iu camir
poauatuii lha Hltlerr bailee tt i liic only biltera Ua
caa be uiMnl in CMofe wUcra aicubulic elitimUuU aa
sol adviaauia.
Hoofland's German Tonio
t- a eomhinatUMi of all the iiiLTeriients of the Bitters.'
wilb puks Same Cms Itnni, Omiie, tie. It ie need
for the Mine di-e s the Hi Her, in caeee where
eouie uore alcoAiolie Miroulue re reqnireil. Too wia
bear iu mind that theae remedies are entirrly -liir.-r-ut
front aue other advertiid fHr Hie enre of the die
aaiee named, thene heine; erienMflc rreparefiMie ol
rdieal exlrecle, while the "there ere drcoa
tlutie of niiu In eome fc-nu. TIk TOXIC ie rtevuledly
one of Ike TOiet pleasant and irrlie remeiliee ever
onVred to Ihe public, lis rste ie iiiiie. It ie a
plearure to taKe il. while lie life-itmiiir. Mlii!ilUiJ,.
and medieiual qualitiee nave canted it to tie known aa
Ike ureal: of all loo Ice.
lllultllilTV.
Ttiere w no medicine eflnal to H.iorleiid'e German
BitMrs or Totiie, ia cejme of DebliilT. They lmlMrt
tone and vl-or tn tle whole eTerein. etn-tiffhen tha
nperilc. caitee eu enjoyment niT Ihef.iod. ei.ahl lha
stomach to Uigt it, purify the blood. -ive a good.
innnd. beajthy eompleiHMi. eradicate the yellow tlnr
frma lie eye. impart a bloom lo lh elieeke. and
laitire iw pnlitfiil from ih,rt-hniihl. emaciated.
kS. ;4 nerrn iuva' a. to a ruii-fncea. etoal. ana
Tui and Ealieate CMldreB ara Str3E
Ij usirj the Bitters i Ti
Tuui usmn ass f
Itet Illoo 1 l'ifll.i
aver known, and win cure ill diecaeea reralt .u Itoai.
had blood, kne vonr llad pure: keep jot. i ter tn
Older: keen yonrdlgeerive oraue ia a sound, healttta
cpudtUoa. ny the ue of tlieve remedies, and no die
eaee wiii ever eMail ou. Tbe beet uiea iu liie coun
try reciwunemi Ltieiul If yt-ara of honest r-pntauo
fio for anytbui yoe aiuet try Uieea preperaiioMe.
Like tke following vrns never before uflered la beaali
f uj iMdtciiul ifntkArsilou': .
HON7 OKOHGK W. WOODWARD,
. i -
Chief e'aeueeaf the Supreme Cos rt of Peiuwylrauia,
wriUae :
Pnu.euar.raie. Varck IS. 17.
I Sad Hoellitod'e Oeruxeu irtiterv" ie a trood loaie.:
aeefui in dieaece of the dieailre oryene. aud of
beeeit tiraee of, debility end waiuuf uervoueactiuet
iu Ibe ft tieia. Xuurs ir ly.
. dHO. W. VTOODWAKD.
4
nox. JAMES THOMPSON;-?
JiKtiee af (be Bnpmue Court of PeuueyWania.
PuiLAnai.rtne. April ts. ISrtS.
I coneldar Hoofland'e tertflian Billere" a valnabla
aiedirine iu ceeee of allacks of laditfeetloa or lea
peveis. I ten certify llue from my experii:ee ef it.
Xoace, aiUi i expect, JAlltd TUOilfSOit. J
nON. CF.ORGE SIIATtSWOOD
Justice of the Supreme Court af Pennsylvania.
Pn.ijei mi. June 1. iso. .
Inhere fonid Tr xrerrlinee ilufl " Hot-nnnd'a 4ee..
aiau billere". ie a verj zl tonic, relievins dvkpeptis
evaiuluua aluioet diruciW.
' OKOTtGK SUillSWOOD. j
" nox. ivm. f. noGKitS,
lleor of tke cily or Buffalo, N. T. .
JI, Ton'e OrTini. Dfrreia. JuneK. TWO.
1 Iiarenerd " HoollamreOernian Diners and Tonie"
bit Ainiily during tlie wl year, and can recom
mend litem ae an excellent Ionic, imuartiu tone and
vinr to the sreleui. Their ae be been proiluttire
f decidedly beucttcial (Secte.
HON. JAMES M. ViOOV,
Ex-Mayor of Trillhfraeport, reauejlvsnla.
I take rreal i.lcaara la reeomnimidins " UaoDand's,
uennau louic w any one wuo iwj ne a.iinini wn-i
PyerrerHila. I lied Uie Tiynpepela so bedly II was 1m
poeeittle to keep any M uu my eloniaeb. aud 1 bo.
came eo weak as not u i' hie lo walk half a aiHo.
Two bouiee of Tuuic u2ccti.il a pern-el cure.
JAME M. WOOD, j
CAUTKJN.
TTeof.-tnd'e Germaa KnnK-diee are ernirHerfelted.
The jev.uine have the eiziiaiur olC. Jl.Jarkmn
the trout of Ike out-'ule wrapper of each bti!e,
end the natiie of the article blowa ia each bollla. Ail
others are couulcrfeil.
Price of tlie Bitter, I.OO wer battle;
r, a hair elexeat for ii.OO.
Fries or Ike Tonle, l.so lr bottle t
Or. m. half deiea for $7. SO.
I7ie Tuuie U put mj f J"-rt lurftU:
iWcollect IhM U lr. Himflamra Ucr.ii.in Tt m--dies
lh:vf arc n,iiverliy n-.-! and so lll:-l,ly rc.-o.a-aisudul
; aud do not alio the dr-sfjtMa to mdiite you
3D
take aoytlilns cla that lie may say Is Ji et aa eood.
because be mki a Lir.'erprofll on it. Thee rvsni.
ill le eent by expiwa to any locality upuu ap
plicatiou io the
JHUXCII'Al. OFTIcr.
A."T TIIE GKUMAX MEDICINE bTOIlE,
A'o.6.11 ABVIt .ITttlCET, l'hila.lrlikU,.
CHAS. M. EVANS, - Propristor.
(Formerly C. 31. JACKSt)! Co
Ttnwe remedio are for sale by lriv.-4iMr,3iorckcep.
d Medicine Dealers cvervx hero.
lr-n( not forv-i to exainnic wei LLC an ce tot
ae ia note wrei tuc euuiue.
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