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IOSKPH .. KELLY, SDrTOK ASD FBOFKtETOB.
1TCONWEL8VILLJE, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . May S, IST1.
GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron.
FOR t.TECT. GOVERNOR,
I. il. WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR EPPRKMK JCIMIB,
iAMCEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
THOMAS EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
J. W. STIXCIICOMB, of Hocking.
m STATE COMVISSIONER OF COV. SCHOOLS,
DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens
FOR CI.F.RK OF srpRRJIE TOCRT.
ARXA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR ACDITOR OF BTATR,
W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin.
Platform of the National Prohibition
Adopted at the Chicago Convention Sept'r.
Adopted at the Chicago Convention Sept'r. 2, 1869.
WnEREAs, Protection and allegiance are
reciprocal duties, and cverv citizen
who yields obedience to the just com
mands or bis covernment is entitled
to the full, complete and perfect pro
tection of that government in the en
joyment of personal security, person
al liberty, and private property, and
Whereas, The traffic in intoxicating
drinks greatly impairs the personal
security and personal liberty of large
masses of citizens, and renders pri
vale property insecure, and
AVrerras, The existing parties are
hopelessly unwilling to adopt an ad
equate policy on this question, there
fore we, in national convention as
sembled, as citizens of this free re
public, sharing in the duties and re
sponsibilities oi its government, in
the discharge of a solemn di'ty we
owe to our country and our race,
unite in tho following declaration of
1. That while wo acknowledge tho
pure patriotism and profound states
manship of . those patriots wno laid
broad and deep the foundations of this
government, securing at once the
rights ef the States severally and their
inseparable union by the ederal Con
stitution, we would notmerely parnish
the sepulche.rs of onr republican fatb
rrs. but we do hereby renew our sol
emn pledge of fealty to the imperish
able principles of civil and reli pious
liberty embodied in the Declaration of
American Independence and our ied
2. That the traffic in intoxicating
Leverages is a dishonor to Christian
civilization, inimical to the best inter
ests of society, political wrong of nn-
cqualed enormity, subversive of the
ordinary objects of government, not
capable of being regulated or restrain
ed by any system of license whaterer,
but imperatively demanding for its
suppression effective legal prohibition
both by State and National Legisla
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 intellects, 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 t hese political parties, ami to or
paniao. ooruol voe, into sv K wtion al 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
the Nationl Prohibition Party, as ex
pressive of out primary object, and
while we denounce, all repudiation of
the public d-bt, and pledge fidelity to
the principles of the Declaration of In
dependence and the Federal Constitn
tion, we deem it inexpedient to give
prominence to other political issues.
5. That a Central Executive Commit
tee of one from each State and Terri
tory and the District of Columbia, be
appointed by the Chair, whose duty it
shall be to take such action as in their
judgment win best promote the in
rerests of the party.
Toe Ohio Legislature, after a ses
won of 121 days, adjourned on last
The Republican State Convcn-
tin will be kelu en the 21st day of
. The CinciiMMti Gazttfe thraks
Hon. B. V. Wade is the proper man
for the next Governor of Ohio.
The United Stales Supreme
Court has decided the Legal Tend
er Law to be Constitutional, Chief
Justice Chase, and Judges Nelson,
Clifford, and Field dissonting.
Anotbck JapaBss embassy, com
posed of tWteea distinguished
men,' are on their way to Washing
ton, bat the object of their basintiss
is not stated. Te Wd fair to be
overrun the coming eomnvor with
royal visitors, and it now appears
us though the adage of foreigners is
to "See America dio.'' Among
those who are coming aro the
Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, third
ton of tho Czar ; old Duke Ernest,
of Saxe-Coburg-Gotba, brother of
the lato Prince Albert, Consort of
the British Queen -r the Duke of
Saxony, tHe third son of King John
of Saxony ; Ptince Arthur cf Eng
land, and last but not least, King
Thakambaa, an Afrieaa. monarch,
whose advent wiit grv the Darwi
nians an opportunity to trace the
eiraial relationship of man. Alto
gether tho promise is a lively one,
and with Saxon and Sclavc, Celt
nnd Mongolian, African and ,
we-lhall not lack for variety.
The Mexican Oogrcss began its
regular session on the 1st day of
ApnL Tho public documents usu
ally submitted on- such occasions
have al length reached ns. The
President's message contains noth
ing which Btrikos the distant mind
as important. Minister Romero, of
the Treasury Department, tries to
make out that Mexico is-very well
fixed, financially. The Government
has, he 6ays, no foreign dobi, aliho'
foreigners hold the bonds and doe
bills of Mexico. No loans were ev
cr made from, foreign nations, but
only from individuals and citizens
of lorcign nation, and" what is spe
cially to tho point, that if treaties
with foreign nations afterward
made the Govern nent'e obligations
international the recognition of the
Empire by thosu nations annulled
the treaties and relieved tho Gov
ernment of each international obli
gations. This- i on, easy way of
paying national debts. Romcro'b
tta'csmanslrp is well. Buitcd to
Eight officers are to be elected
in Morffun County this Fall a Rep
resentative an Auditor, Clerk of
the Court, Sheriff, Surveyor, Com
missioner, infirmary Director and
Coroner. The Prohibition County
Convonlion will be held sometime
soon, and we would advise l'robi
bilionigts throughout tho County
to be eclcctinsr their candidates.
As a matter of course, our candid
ates must bo amongst the best men
in the County, and should bo eolcc
tod with tho greatest care ; and.
conscoucnilv. wo urire that all
should bo engaged in selecting can
didatcs. Tho timo was in this Coun
ty when a nomination by tho He
publican party was virtually an
election. This timo has passed, and
now it is uncertain which ol the
three parties will bo ablo to cany
at the polls the coming Fall. In
our opinion iho Prohibition pnrty
stands us good a chance of success
as cither ol the others. There is no
doubt but that a majority of our
voters aro Prohibitionists at heart,
and if thev conlinno to come out
boldly for the cause, as they havo
sinco tho April elections, there is
scarcely a doubt but that we will
bo ablo to carry everything before
us this Fall. Tho Campaign will
bo a long ono. and with truth and
right on our didc, with earnest and
zealous efforta put lortb, who can
estimate tho amount of effective
and telling work that can be done ?
Givo us a good ticket, and let eve
ry Prohibition ist bo nnccasng in
his labors, and tueccba cannot but
crown our efforts.
Mant of our readers know that
Arza Aldorman received a letter
from Thomas Ilodgin, of Chester
field, giving tho lie to the Herald s
charge that he, Alderman, told
liodgin in Cbestcrhcld that sixty
Republicans voted tho Democratic
Corporation ticket, at tho recent
election in this Tillage. Although
Mr. Alderman roccived this letter
by the firt mail from Chcsterfiold
after tho Herald containing the
cbargo was issued, and was there
by ablo to havo it published last
week, yet ho refrained from doing
so in the hopo that the Herald
would havo manliness enough a
bout it to retract. Tho Herald did
not see proper to do , and, at the
solicitation of his friends, Mr. Ald
erman hands it to ns for publica
tion. It will be noticed that James
A. Adair and Jacob Wisccnp, two
Republicans of this Village, are the
parties that carried tho rows ti
Chesterfield, and not Mr. Alderman.
Here is tho letter :
Chester IIiix, O., Apr. 22, 71.
yriend Alderman : In regard to
what the Herald says you told me
and others about there being 60 lie
publicans that voted the Democrat
ic Corporation ticket in your place,
1 would say this : ben yea was
here on tho 1 1th, I Sid not see yon.
nor did 1 crer hear yrv say anything
awvt tt. Mr. norrell told me that
you was hero, and that be asted
you if it was eo that .some of the
Republicans voted the Democratic
ticket. IIo said you answered that
thero must have been by the way
the votes counted out. lie says
yon did not say Jtote many voted that
way. Dr. 5. Branson, Charles Pat
terson, and others, say thoy talkod
with yon the day you was hero, and
that you aid .nut say how many Ke-
publicans votod tho Democratic tic
ket, 13ut, Friend Alderman, Mr.
James A. Adair told Charles Pat
terson and myself that there must
have been sixty or upwards, of lte
publicans that did vote the Demo
cratic ticket ! Jacob Winccup told
tho same out here.
ZANESVILLE, O., Apr. 27, 1871.
My letter published in tbo South
eastern Independent, on April 14th,
1871, contained the following para
graph : "and bcfoio tho Judge ean
"so appoint he must bo informed of
"the existence of a charge of crime
"which cannot or will not be prop
"erly attended to by the regular
"PresecBtor. No such case has ev
''er beca broaght to my notice un
' der the Liquor Law, but in two ca
uses of maitelaaghter I was so in
"foimcd, and i eaci caso 1 appeia
"tcd an assistant."
Since I saw tbe above language
in print 1 am satisfied that it may
bo understood as reflecting upon
M. I. Southard, Esq., Prosecuting
Attorney of Muskingum count. 1
did not 60 intend. No such ap
pointment was made by me in Mua
kingam county, except when Mr.
Southard-himself, from motives of
delicacy, requested me to make the
appointment, and the apjoiatmcnt
was maco solely because ot hia- re
MOSES M. GRANGER.
Judge Granger claimed in his-article
referred to m the abovo Card,
that ho appot&ted the Assistant
Prosecutors in the cases of man
slaughter because the Public interest,
in his opinion, required it. Ho now
asserts that be done eo becauso M.
I. Southard, tho Prosocuting Attor
ney o Muskingum county, having
feelings of delicacy, requested him to
do sot No comments. Editor In-
With each succeeding week we
receive fsesh and- convincing proof
that ours is an age of surprises.
Whilo it has been plainly apparent
lor a decade that tho division oi
Church and State in the Govern
ments of Europowas becoming ine
vitable, it was generally conceded
that England would lead the van in
this liberal movement Instead of
this rcasonablo expectation being
realized, the last country dreamed
of to tako a part, op even an inter
est in the progress of religious lib
erty, become tbe boldest champion
of the great reform. Italy, of all
the lands in Christendom,. is about
to formally divido the ecclesiastical
and civil establishments leaving
the former to be cared for by the
people, even as it is i the United
Sta'es. A bill for Ibis purpose has
been introduced in the Chambor of
Deputies. Of . its success there is-l
scarcelv a doubt. Its adoption as a
law will solve in an easy and satis
factory manner tho long vexed Ro
One of the rcmarkablo things in
the French civil war is the neutral
attitude held by tho Prussians. So
far as appears to the public Prus
sia has kent aloof, leaving the
French free to settle which party
ehould rulo. Iho secession of tb
National Guards of Paris disabled
the government with which Pruso
sia had concluded tho treaty from
executing its provisions, and there
has already been a dcfault'm tho
payment of an instalment of th
indemnity in conscqucnco of this
war ; yet Prussia has awaited th
slow movement of the govcrnnicn
of tho National Assembly m gath
ering forces .and prosecuting the
siege, when slio conld easily have
recapture cl 1 ai Is. alio has pursu
this course at tho request of th
government of tho Atsemb.'y, whic!
dssircs that Franco hcrsolf should
put down a French insurrection
and that the government shohld
not suffer the discredit of having
becr. established by foreign inter
Perhaps this was drawing th
point of honor too f no, inutmuch
as the government itself had been
elected while tho country was in
tho possesion of Prussian Eoldiors
and had boon compelled td snbmi
to tho terms oi tho conqueror, and
inasmu'.-h as these National Guards
were themselves left armed by the
Prussians at the ri quest ol the gov
eminent, and tho prc6crvationflbf
order was intrusted to them, while
all the rest of the troops at Paris
wcro disarmed. It would have sav
cd Franco from a great calamity i
he Prnssinns had promptly sup
pressed this revolt, and there is no
thing in it thai the world would
not have approved.
11 is now reported that tho Pros
sian government has decided to
give notice that if the authority ol
the government shall iiot bo csiab
licked within a limited timo. it will
proceed to restore order and set up
a government competent to pre
serve it. l'ho world would say, the
sooner the better, and that it should
be a government strong enough to
keep under the populace of Paris
and to compel tho vagabonds who
are now soldieringat three francs a
day, robbed from the banks, chur
ches and rich citizens, to return to
work, or starve. It is said that the
Prussian Emperor inclines to a res
torat:on of the rcciiey, who will
of conrso, submit to a plebiscite the
question ot the return ot tlicLmpe
ror. LLJin. uazctic, dd inst.i
For the Independent.
Westland Farmer's Club.
WESTLAND, April 22d, 1871.
Tho Farmer's Club, of Weetfand.
mot at one o'clock, April 22d, 1871
The President called tho Club to
order. After tho reading of mm
utcs of previous meeting the ques
tion brongnt tip tor iucassi-.n was:
What is the proper age of Fruit
Trees for transplanting", and whe
ther it in the best policy to support
Homo or Foreign Nurseries ? The
question was opened by E. Shields,
in argument to nhow Hint three
year old trees wcro tho best ago
lor setting, and as to sending to
toroign nurseries, it was bad tirae
lice. Joseph McndenhaTl followed
in snppoTt of like practice : James
jj.. jvinsoy nrgnca mat his cxper
ience convinced him that pending
to loreign nurseries was bad prac
tice, and thinks more depend t on
the locality ot nurseries and thrift
in ess of tho troes than tho ago
Joel King took similar views j Ja
cob iimgraan argued that two jcar
old trees wcro the best age. Tfco
discussion wa continued for a con
siderable lenth of timo by Jool
King, W. C. Strodo, B. W. Thomp
son, li. ilallowell, T. J. Cingman,
V. luompeon, J. 1. lung, and oth
Afler the election of a Librarian,.
the Club adjourned to meet on the
last Saturday of 25ay, at tcir o'
Mr. Editor, 1 wish to say to- yoar
patrons that 1 thiiift thero is no
other avocation of life, thai fe pur
sued by mankind, in which so much-
independence may bo obtained as
farming ; and I am glad that the
day has dawned and the g'eams of
light aro breaking, and that all aro
beginning to acknowledge thatlar
ruers are something more than
hewevs cf wood and drawers of
water for toe rest of mankind.
They are indeed tfte bene aad sin
ew of the land, surrounded with all
tho resources which, if properly
applied, raako lite desirable. Per
haps there never has been a time
before when farmers were seeking
after alt the iaiprovomentsof tho
ago in cultivating and -Improving
soil as they aro now doing.
JAMES H. KINSEY.
The revolutionary fever, which is
cprdcmfo in Central and South A
merica, is catonding. l'ho affairs
Mexico, which are never in a To
ry settled condition, are about to be
further disturbed. Juarez, who has
the confidence of tho army, intends
use it in electing himself Presi
dent. Lerdo and his partisans hope
doprivo him of the command of
the army, and render bim ineligi
ble to the office of President by im
peachment Znoula they Fail, an
appeal to arms will be made, and
the country will be wasted by civil
war. lithe people of .Mexico exer
cised half the energy in developing
their country which they devoted
its destruction, they would soon
become rich and prosperous. Their
country is oi marvelous fertility.
and rich in mines- or precious met
als, and it would, if tbo people were
poacclul and industrious, assume a
high position-ataoiig Uie nations of
A wntcr :n- a European paper
remarks that "Thomas" is the
champion Democratic name. He
says: "Did yoa'cvor, in the course
your reading, meet with tho
Christian name of Thomas in con.
nection with royalty, cither as Em
peror, King, Prince, Royal Duke,
any scion of royalty, either in
ancient or modern times ? That
particular name is not used by
members of reigning families." i
R. L. JENKINS,
IflrOtTER 13D DEALER IN
EARTHEN WARE 1
North fcide of Center street, between
East and Penn streets,
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING JEN
1st. Jenkins imports his own rood
and is thereby abl to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
2nd. Tie has the Inrsest establish
ment, nnd most complete variety of
poods Vi fc'outh Eastern Ohio, and you
are enabled to get just what you -.rant
do not hare to take just what you
ra. i.mn: anion est ns. Jenkins
helps tohuiki up tho business of the
community, and it is no more than
riplit that community Klrotiht build
lr i in up instead of going o(T to 7nnes
vnie, or some sucu point to buy your
-A-t Jenkins' in
April 21, 1872-tf.
.7-30 COLD LOAN,
. OF THE
northern Pacific Railroad Co.
BAND mCJESSOF TUB WOES!
Tbe bwildins of the Northern Pa
cifier Railroad, (bejrfta ly last), is be
ing pushed torwara wita great energy
frem both extremities of tho line,
.Several thousand men are employed
i Minesota and on the Pacific coast.
The grade is nearly completed 26G
nines westward ironi J-ake Superior
trains arc running over 130 miles of
finished road, and track-laying is rap-
luiv progressing lowaru me easiern
border of Dakota. Iftelarfiftir its nur-
ehas of the St, Tal & Faeific Iioad.
tbe rorthern Pacific Com-pafty now
has- I3mih?s of co?plctert" tnair and
by September next t&iawill be increas
ed to- art least iAO.
A CIOOI) LVFJiTJirT fu
Cooke k Cer. are now selling, aTi-crem-
hesitatingly recoawwl, as- a profitahJe
and perfectly safe firvestmea. th
Fiist Mortgage Lan-d flras-l field1
Bondisoftbe Northern TaciSo Kaif-
road- They have 30 years- to ruw,
near seven ancr i wee-Tenths per
cent goiu interest (more tiia-n 8 per
cent, currency) and are seenfed bv
first and only mortgage on the kstihk
ROAD AND ITS KQITIPMKKTS , ami alSO, RS
fast as the Road is completed, or.
X3.VUO AlKES OF Ll .D to
every mile of track, or 500 Acres for
each $1, 000 Bond. They are exempt
rrom u. &. lax; Principal and Inter
est are payable in Gold; Denomina
tions: Coupon, SI00 to $I,Oto; Kegis
tared, $100 to $1-0:000,
LAKHS FOR BOXDS. North
ern Tacific 7 ST)'s are a all times re
eeivable at TE5 per cent. Above par,
m exchange lor the Company a
at their lowest cash price. Tins rea
ders them practically irrFERrrFBg.uirso
SIKKIXC FTKD. The rrroceeT
of all sales of Lands are required to Tbe
aevotett ro tee re-pnrchase and cancel
lation of the First Mortgage Bonds of
me Company. J he Land Grant of the
Road exceeds Fiftv Million Acres.
1 his immense Sinkinc Fund will un
doubtedly cancel the principal of the
Company's bonded debt before it falls
due. With jEU-ir ample security and
nign rate oi in feres b, wic.-e is no invest
ment, accessible to the people, which
is more rron table or sale.
KXCIIASCIKO V. S. FITE-
TiTEXTIES. The success of the
5ew Government '5 per cent. Loan
will compel the earlv surrender of
United States 0 per cents. Manv
holders of Five-Twenties are now ex
changing them for Northern Pacific
seven-Thirties, thus realizing a hand
some profit, and' greatly increasing
me-ir yeariv income.
OTHER SECrniTIES. ATI
marketable Stocks and Bonds will be
recciv-ed at tlieir highest current price
in exchange for Northern Pacific SeV-
en thirties- Express Charges on
Money or Bonds received! and' on
Seven-Thirties sent in rettrrrt, will be
paid b' Hie financial' A'eents. Full
informn-kion; maps, pamphlets, otc.
can be obtained' on application at any
agencv, or from the undersigned.
For sale by .1 AT COOKE & CO.'
Philadelphia, N. York, Washington,-
siKcms iorin. i nemo 1.. 11. CO.
Hy BAKK8 and TROKERS generally.
V'c hre arpppted an j-onrv for the unli?
of the above B-m-ls. rbamplets and infor
mation can be had at our counter.
FI R-ST X A TJ( )X AL BANK,
C. B. BOZMAX,
April 21, ISaf
MALTA DL'SI.ESS CARDS.
ifa.r5toa.i-e iobes ! liijtoqrs J frhiiiig Hiei),sils !
West side of Bell Street, Malta. Ohio, keeps a well sclecUd assortment of
EiRmUKE, TI J WIRE, STOVES tnd STOVE TKIS1I1XCS. F1MKG CTUSIL
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON 1J1AL
Special attention civen to thft
Agent for the Bale ot the celebrated
sold low for cash.
J. 11. r.OGElCS.
J. Al. J10UEHS & CO,,
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
tr All Orders Promptly Attended To I -a
April 21, 1S71 ly.
Dry Oooda Merchant, South-east corner of Front and Bell Sts, Malta, Ohio, has
always on hand a complete block of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. GROCERIES. QUEENS-
YVARE, ROOTS ASD SHOES, &.C., &.C.
6T Xew Goods received regularly, as a flourishing trade demands. Every
thing sold at the lowest caah bguru. Country l'roduce taken in exrh.ini'.- for
tra.ilA in tnven An1 tvei Trimminra
"Clipper Mower & Keaper." Ercrythins
April 21, 1871 -ly.
SEW BOOT i SnOSSaQP!
JAMES RILEY has
opened out a Xew Boot & Shoe Shop
opposite D. & C. W. Mummey's (Sroeery
Store, on Center Street, McConncls
ville, Ohio, where he is now ready for
any and all calls relative to his line of
business. Special attention given to
Cobhltnff, and to the manufacture,
per order, of Boots Jc Shoes. A FIT
always warranted. April 21. '70-1 y.
May be fonnd at hia office on
THE .SOITII WEST COR.XER
At all times, when not alxent on rrofesa
lliat JOII KYAX is the 11 EST
COIinEEK ever in McCO.WEES
VIEEE. He has ron.tuntly on hand a good assnrU
me nt ofFins and Stogie Poota. of his own
manufacture, which he is offering at the
lowest CASH tatea. tiive him a rail at hfs
e.tablishment on North-west eoruerof 1'uk'
lie rjtlnrr, McConnclaville, Ohio.
Sept. IS, !8itMjr.
J- K. llAXN'A. Ed. M. KEXEf)
II ANNA' & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S AND C0UN?EL10RS
tn Center Street, near the Publie Prfttnfff
T"t,Pecial attention given to Collertiows-.
T. C. TltESIZE
l. iWfwLli. - 4 mnd- x m iii i 11 f? nia
specimen I'hotagraphs, Ferrotypca, Atn
bmtyfics, Genu, Jtc, ic., which cannot be
am passed anywhere. Ho has pvriecled ai-
rniiKCinenta vhereliy any one can be e
eoiiimlvted with the 'fimut of Oil Paintift8
and uiclnre of India ink Work. Knrtnn
over Boonc'a Smldler Shop, in J. C. Slmi-'i
liuil.liiig, Center Street, M'Couficlsf iJle,
A ril 21vly.
THE SrLE.IDID .UEULR
IIarvet Dari.isgtok, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
iween unesvuie ana l iltsburs. as
follows: leaves ZanesvilleatHo'elock
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves 1 ittsburgon Saturday evenings.
4 ? . 1 1
August 1'Jth, 1870 3m.
II. Hi. TliUE,
Physician & Surgeon,
Treats all lorms of acute and chronic
disease, ou new aod improved principles.
Calls promptly at lend) d to, and charges
reasonable. OFFICK : in Morris' New
BuilJin?. on Center Street, where, he
ill be found wbeooot professionally engag
ed. Feb. 3d, 1871.
IIO TV K09T,IKty HESTOITEB.
V-b. JUi otlbliahed, a new edition
Cj C5l Ir. Culverwell's Celebrated
OST Isay on the Radical Cure
(without medicine) Spermatorrhea or Se
minal Weakncaa, Involuntary Seminal Ima
aea, Impotcnry, Mental ami Pa-ysiea4 lues-
pacuy, luipeuimenisvo juarriage, etc.also.
Consumption, tpuerar, ana t if, induced
bv aelf-indulcence or sexual extravaeanev.
ffiSTrice, in a sealed envelope, enly tit
Ze eelebroted aathOT; in ihr admirable
essay, clearly aemonatrktn, from a thirty
yeirs" auccesafiil practice that tbe alarm-
injFcoaseqiieDeeB oi loiMDmniiT oe rea-
icily cured without tbs danerom Use of
internal :neu:cino ofae aj;rtication of tile
xnife : iwintine avl sfcode of etlre at out
ainiple.-crrtain', aad; cfTectual. br mean-tjf
wnicn erenr ancereiy bo" matter wtiat ntt
condition may be,-mayrr! biaelf cUesjl4
ly,-prtvately, and' mrtleallVr.-
JB- Tbla lieetareiriottld'be ill tUeksdi
evteryyuuth aad evry man-in tbe lantfc
Bent UH tcr seal, in a jfla-ia- envelope, to
idt address, poatpald, otf receipt of ( cent
two postage stamps.
Aiao, ir. t uirerweii Marriage Guide
price 25 cents.
Aaaress me i uoiieaers,
C'bas. J. c. Kline & ro.,
i'l'c-wcry, Jfew York, F. 0. Bux4iS8.
91 IS C E E E A X EO I S.
BRISTOL, APRIL 20, 1871.
HEARKEN UNTO 000 ADYISE
Goods Sold Cheap For fash
The Trn CommanduitnU fully Explained
Stff. Them and Ihun Shall Sake Sua
Fir At. Thou shall have no other
place to buy your Dry (ioods. Groce
ries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Yankee Xrrtions, and Keady-made
Clothing, except the Cheap Store of
w .u. II. ctHJU isnstol, Ulna
SfmmL Tllott fchnlt not choose
Ihyselfany other Merchant. Thou
slialt not bow to them, not listen to
their speeches for COOL is a reliable
dealer, capable: of drawing his custom
ers to the third end fourth generation
Third. Thott shalt cot seek in vain
for cheap goods, for they can be found
lor rash at (AK'JS.
Fnurth. Tho; shalt bear in mind
that upon six days of the week thou
fsnstmakc thy purchases of COOL,
tmlon the sevefrfli day he must rest
Ironi bis weary labors.
t'Jtk. Thou shalt honor COOL, and
feng may thy tlitys be to enjoy the
fritlh. Thou shall not commit any
outrage tm the proprietor by purcha
sing gooffs elsewhefe, but co direct tc
COOL'S Bristol, where you can get all
J"ou want cheap foT fash.
fl-rtirfk Thou shalt not adulterously
wett any strange gwxls into thy house,
oar aiw:iys imy oi n.mi.
Eiihih. Thou shrtlt not steal from
t'H)L Store, for his goods are
cheap that it wouM it a sin.
Thou shafS not bear fivlse
that thott canst get fcettcr bargains "at
t.t.Hij, fiiore than any othrr place.
Tevth. Thon shall not covet thy
neighbor's goods no thy neighbor's
bargains; lit take cowneil of the wise
an.! proceed straight to COOL'S Store",
una lay i your suppf t.
fM. 11. COO I.
William Samncr Jb Co. vs. Keason Joires,
By virfneofan order to aell and to m
directed from the Court of Common I'leaa
of Moreno count Y.Ohio, in the above enti
tied action, f will offer (or sale at publie
auction, at the door of tbe Court House in
McConnelsvilie in aaid ccuty.
Ou Tuesday, I lie ICMi Daj of
May, A. Vr,i 171,
at one o'clock, 1. in., of iid day, the fot.
lowini; rear entitle, situate in the Town
IVuimville, Count r of Morean, and State o
Ohio, ttf-mif living the south half of Lot
iiuniber sixteen lift), to e inunenee in the
center of the front and rail east within oue
rod of a well on aaid Lot, thence bear on a
line to the center (bearing south) or sniti
well, thence bear north-east and strike the
center of aaid Lot one rod from said well
thence E. N.E. in the rcntarofaaid Lot to
tbe East line of said Lot. Appraised at
. Terms, cash.
A. D. HAVENER, Sheriff II. C. 0.
J. T. Crew, Att'y.
April 1tth.lSl 5w.
Slici-lfTa- Sale on ExecutlftDrV
James Gorniloy vs. Patrick Gormlcy.
Kolice is hereby given that I will offer
for sale, at publie auction, at the door
the Court House in McConnelsvilie, on
Monday, the f.Mli'Daj of May
A. wr., 1571,
ai f J o'clock, M., of said day, tbe following
real estate, situated in the County ol Alor
a and State of Ohio, to-wit : Lot num
ber twentv-nine 129) in the Town or stock-
port; taken as the property of Patrick
(mruilev on an Execution in favor of James
Gornilev. ant issued bv the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the Count r of Morean and
State of Ohio-, and to me directed aa Sheriff
of .aid County. Appraised at $275., Terms,
easn. a. j..h a v til, sn'ii si ii. c.o.
J. T. Crew, Att'y.
April ltth,o71 5w.
Sbcrlfl'9 Sale on Mortgage.
John Hoyt v.. Baiil L. Efcdley, Matthew
Alccau, et. ai.
Br virtue of an order to sell. anf to me
directed, from tbe Court of Common Pleas
or Morgan County, Ohio, in the above en
titled action, I will oiler for ale at puMie
auction, at the door of the Court House in
McConnclville in aaid county of Morgan,
On Monday, frj'i5flr Day of
May, A. f i, lSli,
one o'clock, P. M., of aaid day, the
Tollcwing real estate situate in said county
Morean and State of Ohio, to -wit:
Being a part of fractional section number
three (3) Townshin number nine 191 Sanre
numoer twelve ( 12) and bounded aa follows:
BeitiniDg at tae Southwest corner of aaid
fractional section, thence running with the
South boundary line thereof East 161.88
poles to the corner of John Henry's lot.
tneucerunningwMn said Henry s-Iine .i"
3a.t 07 SS jMiJea to a atone; tbeztce 2.4P
jolfcs to the Bast boundary lij- of aaid
fractional section, thence xilhnin'g' Nrth
poles to 'a- alone and coroerof the" Jo
viah Ward let,- thence runniajf with said
Ward's lineaad'iineofWillhtai' SaltkelJ's
West ISO.KO pole to a stone on the West
botfndarv line of .aid Section, thence run
ning with wid West line 98.32 poles to the
place of beginning, containing 9i 40-100
acres, be tbe Mine more or less. Appraised
$2,130. Terms cash.
A. V. UAVt.Ml, OU U OI M. . V.
John E. 11 an no. Atty.
April iltb, 1S7I Sw.
H. K. COCBERAX. C. S. BOEJIAX.
t. F. SOSiriXSTIKE,
SOUTH WESf SIDE OF TUE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
Given to the
la this locality for tbe sale of the
Mowers & Reapers,
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper,
Cook & Heating Stoves,
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stovva ia the rountry ; .11 kinds of thresh
ing Machine Castings i rfa Salt Kettles,
and 8alt Flnnges, 8ugaY Kettles. Tou, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
ems of Plow Points, Machine Castings fot
SteamboaU, Saw Mills, S ill Works, Mow
ers and Reaper's ; suso" Citat rfoW fHfrnrney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar Window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Dcaka and Seats.
Have constantly on band, manufactured
their order, all niaunor of Tiu-ware, Stov.
ManufactLrers of Water Twecra, Maudrilt
Swedgea, Jte., for Elacksiniths. -Ketncnibcr
the I'lace :
Soth-west Side of the Publie Srffmrt
11 CONXELS VlLLE, ii.
ile K e m e (I v
TVarner'a ttlf Reniedy bua nev
er failed (not even in one ease) to cure die
very worst ccs of Blind Itching or Iileed
ing Pile. Those who are afii eted hould
immediately call on their draifitist and get
i lor it win, with tbe Hist application, in
stantly affird complete relfcf. mAi a (ew lot-
lowing applicatioo-i are ocly rrej'iireil to
effect aermanrBt etr?e withoot any troable
or iw)iiv-rticnce in vjk ujav
Vv'arncr's Pile Rtroedy b fxpreHsly fb
the P'rtes, and ia not recommended to cure
any otlScr disease. It baa cured macy Chs-
ea of over thirty years standing.- Price One
Dollar, for sofa bdrcfeglsi every where.
W e a k Nef fes,
Haratrv UHpcpslu Tonic i.
ptepared expressly lor Dispcpticaand Ibose
suffvrinx from1 work nerves with habitual
const ipation.- There) are very few who' Skve
not employed pbysi'ciam fbr years to retue
dy wnat fhis prepanrtaa will do in a lew
weeks, by sfienjrtheDing the nerve. enrich-'
inj me circulation, restoring dige8liton. pi-"
ving strength menially and physicals-enabling
those who may have bcencocfin-d for
years to their rooms as invalids to again re
rame their occupations aod all the dtrlieeof
I ile.- Ofcfe trial is all we ak- to tdablii tlliff
remedy to recommend itsHf to the nwl
skeptical. If is a slightly atiimrlatirr ton
ie and-a splfenilid appeti- it strengthens
tbe gfotrlaeli anil restores the generative or.
carls and digestion to a moral healthy state.
Weak,-nervon and disfieptie pets ns sho'd
ue Warnet's IMspepoia Tonic- For gate"
by druggists. Price 0'ie IJolW. j
Cou g )x No M ore.
Warner's Congb lt-.rlfCiim- la
bealinp, aolleoioe, aad ejepectorating. Tbe
estraordioary power it possesses in imme
diately relieving, and eventually curing tbe
most obstinate cases of Coughs Colds and
Sore Tbroas,- Bronchitis,- lnfiuenrt. Cat-'
arrbj-lioarscwss, Asthma,- aod Consanip
lion, u almost incredible, eo prompt is the
relief and" etrtaih' its eSTects, in all tbe fore
going eases,- or in arty aSection of tbe lungs,
that tboosand ol pbysioiaaa are daily pre.
scribing it, and cfie an'aS aathat it is UiB
most healing acd expectorating medicine
known.- One dose always a rds relicl, and
in most eases one bottle effects care.
Sold by all dratrsists, in large bottles.
frice Oue Dollar.- II i yonr own Ibuls if
yon still congn and inner,
V inecyfLi f e -t
VenluDi Vllae or Win ot Life,
tbe most delicious beverage and tonic atim
alant cow before tb world. It is (plea
ded sppetiz-v, free fromall poisooons drag
er imparities, and is prepared for those te
qairing a pleasant stimulant that will biace
up tbe nervas,- give tone to tbe whole ejs
lem, a.-corrjertaenlly, renew life.' It is fur
superior to Brandy,. Whisky, Wine, Bitt
era. or any other article ever offered to the
pntlic for both male and iemaie,-yooag or
old. may tsBe tbe tvine ai Uie. it is, in
fact, a li!e pfeaerver.- lliose wbo wish to
enjoy good health aod a free flow of lively
spirits- will do we? to take tbe Wine of
Idfe.- It udt3ereat ironyaBjtticffevef be
fore in oe, and is sold' by druggists every-wbeis.-
Price Oce Dbllar,. uJ-qdart boU
r rirx-x-rj- LininenaKorne is
the only article known to cure tbe Whites.
(it will care in every caseM Where is tbe
tamily in wbicb this lmsortaat medicine is
not wanted T- Mothers, this is the greatest
piesgtcg ever occred" to' yon; aad yoo sho d
inEeaiaieiy procure it. xt is also srsore
care for Female Irregularties, and may be
depended upon in every ease where tbe
monthly flow bas been tbstructed through
cold or disease. Sold by druggiau. Price
31, 1371 -ly.
r, tV-i -il 1
WERJIAS BITTERS, &C.
Hosfland's German Bitters,:
HOQFLAND'S GERMAM TOilC
Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jadron, Philadelphia.
Thair tuWoducUon Into thi.coonuy from Cennauf
They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers
And win etrra yOu Td yrnr ehlMren. Thfy are en
Urolydiileront froiri ll(c manir pn-paralioon sow ia
tbe country calM llitlerirT.inic-. Tbey are not
Unn proianriwt, oratiytliini; like thus; bulKoeil.
hwttat,Tdwola uiadiciiwa. Thcyara -
Thu grtattH inoam rtmtttutjbr
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,- V
llervous Debility, Jaundice,
Diseases of the Kidneys.
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, . -4
aod all DiMaees arising front a Disordered Lirer,
IMPUR.TY OF THE BLOOD.
tksftp(tiorV, -rTatnlence, inward Ptlea, 'iilneaa ol
IHoort lo Uead, Ailily of the Storm eta, Nao- -So,
lleartHmrn. Uinrnst for Food, Kulncss or
Weiirtat in tbe Stomach, Sour Eructa- jt ,
Uona, Smkmiror Flutterioe at tbe H '1
Pit or (he Slutnaoh, Swiinuilng of the 1
Bead. Uujrial or Difficult BrAthiuir, Flutter- . 1
tsss at Iba Quart,- Choking or SoiTucaaiUi bousa- .
Unas artwa In a Ljrlne. Porta re, Dimness of Vision,
lxw or befcre the Sii,t, thiH Pain In tbe
UvaeleiMir ot PvrapinHion, YsOowiwee
of Sain suit Rye, Patu in tbe Side, ,
Back, Cbevt, Limbs, etc.. Sudden
F'ofIr-4 t IK-al, Burning In Uie Fleb,
ftnrl-"! Imayiulinrs of Eril aud Urcat Ccpres
.ioa ol Spiritsr
JB Utm tnMra IHmut if Vim Lir er DlgaOM
Organ, tumUMd tciA impart liituod.
Heofland's Gerrrfan Bitters
I. entirely VswUbla. and eoouins no liq.cr. It Is
aeomiioiiiHl of Fluid Extracts. The Knots, UcrlM.
and Bark fnHU wbicii Ulue Extract ant nuuiu, are
Kaslieral froainrniaiir. All the Meiliral virtw. are
eilniclod rnain Ib.nt by a scientific chemiot. T!i-
vxtmctj are tia-a fnrw.nitnl lo tlii etMinliy to be n.-MMi
sireilj h mc niann tectum of thew Bitters. Tliere
hi ao atcolioiic Milxmiiice of any kind hm.iI in cuiu
povBauu: ' Hitler, brucu it t Hie ouly ISitlera Uutt
en tHurdwona wjucia akouulic atimuiaita at
HooflancTs German Toniff
n- a enmhhmtloR of all the inirrrrlimls of Uie Bitter,
with mtta Santa Crua Hum. unny, etc It ia okI
Uie mum disease aa tlie Bitlir.. iu raw. wliere
some pare akoholie Btimulas i minired. Yoo will
bear iu Blind that urew remwtics are entirely differ
ent truss any other mlrertiriif for l lie cure of the ill-,
un mi Bamed. tbwe bfin? scientillc )reMratiomi of
dledieal aTlrscus while tua olrn-r. aie Bier, deeoc
lioata of ram lu some ftirm. The TON 10 i deeidsdly
one of tlx moat pleaaant alut acmeahK; nsmedle. twt
odorul U the public Its uu-te ia exquisite. It a
nl-B.ur. to lake il. while its life-L'tvln. exhllarsiilnr.
and aiediciual qualities bare caueed it 10 b kntmu as
the srwitaX of all tonics.
There te no avedieine eqnal to lTooflanrTs Oermsn
Btlterxor Tuoie In nxaot Debility. They import
lam and vuror to tlie whole .rem. strenen tUa
ppeijte. ratifs an enjirwrnt of the Rkid. the
sbuaacit sV dijtcat it, purify tin blood, give a good.
tone:. Hr!ih nTrft-xion. ewliesle the ..now Hn
ftm Hi. jmt iniMin a IWwnv to the ciieek.. and
tiuuiirelh. palieul trmrr r WT lrrethe,l. em teialixk
weak, and aerrua. invai a. to a ruil-laced, Moui. aui
Teak and f alxate CUldreS- as 2ids Stnnj
riixjft ntXsnta iki r w
Itestt llloo 1 XirltMi
erer known, aod will cure III diwaees result'.Ui R-nni
bad hkind. Ksrep nnr hkod pure; keep yob liver in
order: keep yenrdii.'v.tiTe orvana in a soand, htau'lhy
eonditiou. by lb. ih of thee renieilie. and so di.
ea will eTenamul yoo. 'I'll. beit nieo iu tbe onio
try raeottinieiid Hh-iu. If yearn of bimet repmatiua
pi fur aiqribiair joa-arihil try ibex urvpamlioua.
Elxc the fullowiiur was bctw bciura u&icd iu behalf
of any MdTeJkal pr.p.ration : ,
niw. fSKOHGE w. .voodward;
(uiirAU&i Of" us Supreme Coart of l'cuny)TSDta,
rnujilet.ruiA. March Ifi,
I Slid M flonfljuid-. t.niuui Hitler." ie a x.id limic,
aM-ful 1m disi-l s. of the liiKeliv. orvmi.. and of reeaf
bMeit iu 0BMa of debility aud waul of ucrveveaClroii
iu lue .uiaM Yuura tru. .
CEO. W. WOODWARD.
- - s
Jurtica of the Supreme Court of rennsyKania.
J PlIILADEIJ'Ul.l. April SS. IScS.
1 cnuslder f II'ioSiumI'. fieiniitn Killers" a valualir
awdienielTi eWaof atlaek.or Iirdiki-eiiou or Ihs
DCtieia. I caikcertlfV lliis from me experienre of it.
JfXWrs.-wRu revpvet, JAJlLi lUOili'ioK. J
JuMke o the Snimtue Court of renrjlrnls.
, riiiuiriKi.r'HiA, Jnne 1, IHr?. "
I hsT. Mir) hy axiieneiicD that llooilaiid's tier
man lllller. " W a Terr el touic, relieiini; dveprptil
jmpioam atviaet ilircoij
fioiton SlUIUiWWJD. J
" BOX. WL T. ROGERS,
Hnj-rjr of tbe city of BnBitki, N. Y.
Jt.Jt-Fi-. Orrira. Brrrsio, Jnne . 1W9. .
I harynwi'lltxillaml'iiliernjau ISItler and Timic
Im m. frtfaiiltc.lnrlnLr tlie i..Nt vi-nr. and eau recom
mend Uiem 'a an excellini Ionic iuiirline lone ancr1
vizor to the iwilm. Their ueu liao. 1'een imliirti
Wsittfi, beucfltUJ eject. . Wil. i MOGlU.
flON. JAMES M. TVOOD, '
Ex-Mayorof Wlllia-rajport, rcunsylTanla. 1
f take areat pJcayrtre in rcconiuicndinir'Mliionamr
Qerciaa Toahr' lo any one who niaj oe afflicted wi' j
bmwk I had the lyTlla so badly It was tmi
puMHhW to keep-any fcod on my ioneh and 1 he
mnie weak a. wit to le alile lo walk half a mils.
Two buttle of Touic t-U'ecacd a perfect cure.
1 JAMES M. WOOD, j
lleofland'. Germ. Remedies are eonnterfeitcl.
The pennine have tlie sl'jnaliire of V. Itl . J ark. nasi
OA llM front of tbe ontfide wrafrner of each iHillle,
and lb name of the article bloa u iu each uolllc A3
lrlee of rte Bitter , 1.00 per bottle)
Or, a hair alozeai for (S.OO.
F rlee er tbe Tonic, a I .SO per bottle
Or-, at half etoavhf for $7. SO.
the Tomie fa jtmt p im Quirt JMtttm.
Rerolleet tlmt It U Dr. Honftuml Oenmm K"re
o1) that art wi ntftvt-arry ul and hlrrhlr wcom
mendetf; and do utAaCow Uie druciiJU lo tudace you
to take aoylWryehe that he may say Is Jtr as pnorl,
because be mak.- a hrer pro At on it. 1 hee reino
dies will be cent by ex;ea hrany locality upon ap
pneatioa to tbe
AT TUB GERMAN MEDICINE bTORE,
Jt'e. 31 ARCH BTSKZT, rirHitttrtphia.
CHAS. M. EVANS, - Proprietor:
(Tonnerly C. M. JACKSON 4 Co.)
These remedies are tor sale by Innrisls, Slonikeep
er and Medicine DeaUars eTerT hen-.
rlK not kir.Tt loexamrne wcil UlS art fjt JOS
B-k hi onu Mrol Uro Muatiie.