I03EFH A. CIIXT, IStTOB ASD FBOFUCTO.
Sl'CONNSLSVILLB, OHIO :
FRIDAY, . . . May 19, ISTt.
GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron.
FOR 1.IEDT. COTCRKOR,
T. M- WEDEELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD or PUBLIC WORKS,
L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR BCPRKMK JITMJE,
iASIUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
.THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORN KT OISERlt.,
J. W. STINCHCOMB. of Hocking.
rnRSTATC COMNISStftKia OF COM. SCBOOM,
DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens.
FOR CI.KRK OF 8CPRRMR COCRT.
ARZA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR APPITOR OF rAT,
W. B.CHADWICK, of Franklin.
Platform of the National Prohibition
Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r.
Vdirear, Protection and allegiance are
reciprocal duties, and every citisen
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
f liberty, and private property, and
Whereas, The traffic in intoxicating
drinks creatly impairs the personal
security and personal liberty of large
masses of citizens, and renders pri
vate property insecure, and
Whereas, 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 of its government, in
the discharge of a solemn duty we
owe to our country and oar race.
unite in the following declaratioa of
. 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 anion by the Federal Con
stitution, we would not merely garnish
the aepulchers of our republican fath
era, but we do hereby renew our sol
emn pledge of fealty to the imperish
able principles of civil and religions
liberty embodied in the Declaration of
American Independence and our Fed
2. 1 bat the traffic in intoxicating
beverages is a dishonor to Christian
civilization, inimical to the best inter
est of society, a political wrong of un
equaled enormdy. subversive ofthe
ordinary objects or government, not
capable of being regulated or restrain
ed by any system of license whatever,
but imperatively demanding for its
suppression effective legal prohibition
both by State and National Legibla
tion. 3. That in view r.f this, and inasmuch
as the existing political parties either
oppase 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
seme of duty to sever our connection
with these political parties, and to or
panize ourselves into a National Prohi
bition Party, having for its primary
object the entire suppression of the
traffic in intoxicating drinks.
4. That while we adopt the came of
the National Prohibition Party, as ex
pressive of our 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 Constitu
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 will best promote the in
terests of the party.
Zansstille is being wakened up
on the Temperance question much
ly, and what friend of humanity is
there that is not glad of it ? We
venture that tho hearts of many,
who do not have much to say on
the question, rejoice because of it.
Some of the ladies of the City, who
have been Buffering for years thro
the Liquor Traffic, have entered
Bait against the retailers and the
owners of premises on which Liq
nor has been sold, and now there
are suits pending there wherein
thirty thousand dollars in damages
is asked for. Theflo suits, we are
told, have caused ZanesviIIe Drug
gists to give out to the world that
they will not sell alcoholic liquors
of any kind hereafter in any other
way than on the prescription of a
respectable physician, and they
have also caused many saloons to
be closed, and made landlords ex
ceedingly cautious as to who and
for what purpose they rent their
buildings. The ZanesviIIe City
Times, too, is endorsing these suits
as rieht and just, and is exerting
an influence in the cause of Temp
erance that will finally pave the
way to the organization of a Fro
hibition Party in Muskingum coun
ty. Muskingum county, as we
have often said, has within it the
elements of a strong Prohibition
organization, and all that is necess
ary, in order to make it felt, is for
some one to pursue a courso that
will draw these elements together.
Tho agitation that is new going on
: there, because of these suits, will
be the means of drawing these ele
ments together, and of finally star
ting them to work in the right di
rection. For years back, a few
hundred raeu, liquor vendors and
their friends, have ruled Musking
um county. The Democratic and
Republican parties there have been
pretty equally divided, and all the
liquor vendors have hud to do in
order to carry an election has been
to throw their votes and their in
fluence with the party that would
best subserve thmr interests. The
Democratic and Republican politi
cians have understood this, and,
consequently, both the old parties
have been trying to oui-vie eacn
other in their truckling to the
Whisky and Lager JJeer interests.
In this war temperance men and
temperance principles hare been
cmoihered, and Liquor Venders
have been allowed, in open viola
tion et all law, to degrade, beggar,
and slay the'r hundreds, yea, thou
sands. But, we opine that this
kind of work is to be short-lived,
now, in Muskingum county. Tem
perance men and Temperance prin
ciples will be brought to the front.
Liquor Tendon, and the political
puppets that curry favor with them,
will go to the wall. The cries cf
the beggared and abused wives,
widows and orphans will be heard.
Go on with the good work, say we,
and sue them as long as there is a
man brutish enough to Bell, or a
landlord bog enough to rent his
buildings lor such purposes ; but
do not stop with sucing such par
ties, but organize and wrest the
power, by the ballot, from the mis
erable trucklers that curry favor
with such parties.
For the Independent.
Mr. Editor: The time has now
arrived when tho books of the East
ern Ohio K. R. Co. may be lawfu'ly
opened for subscription to its capi
tal stock, and in answer to many
inquiries made, permit me briefly
to state something of the plans of
the Company, Under tbe laws of
Ohio, the charter of the South-west
ern R. R. Co. has become defunct.
No more work can be done under
that charter. There bus been ex
pended on the line of that road, be
tween Freeiiort, in Harrison Coun
ty, and McConnelsville, (fifty-eight
miles), about four Hundred Thou
sand Dollars, i'be grading i al
most wholly completed between
Cumberland and Washing tan, a dis
tance of twenty miles, and a large
amount of work has been done all
along the whole lino, in order to
make this large amount of work
available, and 10 carry forward the
enterprise, it was necessary to or
ganize a new company, which has
been done, and it is known as the
'EaBtern Ohio R. R. Co' The ob
ject of tho Company is to complete
the work undertaken by the south
western R. R. Co., (the toad-bed of
which Company lias been secured
by purchase at a Judicial sale,) to
wit: Build a Rail-road from Don-
niaon, on the Pan Handle R. R. to
intersect with the Atlantic & Lake
Erie R. R. in Perry County; The
building of this road will, on com
pletion ot the Atlantic & Lake Erie
R. R. and a line now contemplated
between Deoni6on and New Phila
delphia, (the last mentioned line
being only twelve miles long.)
give us a throagh connection Irom
Cleveland to Pomeroy, crossing tbe
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chi
cago, Pan Handle and Central Ohio
Rail Roads, and parsing through
the Perry County Coal and Iron
fields, which are believed to bo the
richest in the United Slatea. It
will be seen at a glance thai this
would be an important and valua
ble line of road, and it is well worth
tbe efforts of all the friends of pro
gress and enterprise along tbe pro
posed line. A meeting tf the friends
this enterprise has been held, at
which every locality alon; the line
was represented by substantial,
careful, intelligent gentlemen, and
after full and careful interchange of
opinions, a plan upon which books
should be opened was adopted, to-
wit: J but the stock should become
due and payable, ten per cent, every
thirty days, as tbe work progresses
between certain points to be select
ed by the subscribers. That is,
every subscriber shall say where
bis money is to be expended. A
portion of the delegates were of
opinion that tbe stoc k should not be
payable until after the work was
done, but the majority were of tbe
opinion that contracts could not be
made on sneh subscriptions without
great sacrifice, and we concluded
that the best thing for the Company
and for the stock-holders was to
build tbe road at the least possible
outlay of money. We all know
that work can be done much cheap
er with ready pay than on ored:t,
and this is especially true in Duild
ing railroads. Very few contract
ors are able to furnish their own
means to build a railroad and wait
until the road is completed before
receiving anything, and very few
would compete for such contracts.
The delegates were satisfied that
thirtytbree per cent, would be lost
unfavorable contracts by adopt
ing the plan of "no pay until tbe
road is completed. Hence we a
dopted that plan which seems best
because we know that it will save
us money. Now, you. will perhaps
ask, "Can we succeed in building
the road ?" I answer, most em
phatically, we can, if tbe people
will do half what they ought to do
and what is their interest in every
way to do. We must all take bold ;
many hands make ligbt worn,
and if a man is too small in soul to
aid in such an enterprise, I trust he
will stand aside and at least throw
no obstacles under the wheels.
The road can be built ; look at it
one moment I From Dennisen to
Freeport is up the valley of the
Stillwater sixteen miles, with very
light grading, and throe thousand
dollars per mile will grade it com
plete ; from Froeport to Washing
ton, eighteen miles, a good portion
the work is done, and fivo thou
sand dollars per mile will finish it ;
from Washington to Cumberland,
twenty miles almost wholly graded,
one thousand dollars per mile will
complete it ; lrom Cumberland to
MtConnelsviIle, twenty miles on
which much work has been done.
eight thousand dollars per mile will
finish it ; from JUcUoncelsvilie to
the intersection in Perry county,
fifteen miles, has not been survey,
ed, but ten thousand dollars per
mile will grade it. ben the gra
ding is complete, responsible part
ies offer to put up bridges, iron
and equip the road, and take a
mortgage to secure them. The
whole line is eighty-nino miles, and
the average coat ef completing the
grade will nut exceed five thous
and, two hundred and fifty dallars
per mile. There is about twenty
live miles of this line in Morgan
county. Now, has sue the ability
te pay her portion of tbe cost of
this line 7 Xhe real estate in the
County of Morgan was appraised
for taxation at something over elev
en million of dollars, and the per
sonal estate at four and a half mill
ion of dollars. It is safe to
say that the appraisement dors not
exceed two-tbiras ci ine actual
wealth of the County, and I- may
saloly add that twenty-five million
of dollars does not exceed the val
ue of the property of Morgan coun
ty. J. wo hundred thousand dol
lars, or less than one-bundredth
part of tho value of tbe property,
will insure the road, tbe building
of which will add to the total value
of property in the County, in the
first five years, more than ten tisaes
th cost expended. AH we give is
expended among us, and is not a
loss to the people as a whole. It is
a disgrace that a County with the
wealth and intelligence of Morgan,
should not have one mile of inr prov
ed road of any kind, which fact
keeps wealth from immigrating.
and in truth drives it from our very
imdat. Then let us, in this enter
prise, all lend a helping hand, and
our efforts will be crowned with
success, and we will leave an inher
itance to the succeeding genera
tion more valuable than broad a
cres and well-filled coffers.
McConnelsville, May 16, 1871.
For the Independent.
Mr. Editor : The McConnels
ville Herald, the degenerate son of
a Neble Sire, tbe "Morgan County
Herald," exposed its cloven foot
last Friday ; and, now that this
whisky - sympathizing, pretended
organ of the Republican party, has
given its patrons a heavy dose of
"whisky straight," without water,
tansy, or sugar, I propose to give
'cm a little advice. Sweeten the
whisky a little in your next issue,
Mr. Herald, for some folks can't
bear tho critter clear. It won't be
long, howsomever, afore they'll
take to it like old sailors if you
keep on at present rates. But don't
forget the best customers at a Bar
bave a groat dread at being called
whisky men, cause they make the
business kind a respectable by pa
tronizing the place. Quit that all
fired talk of your'n about "slnng
whanger preachers," or you'll not
have nary a preacher to preach
your funeral sarmon, causiwhy,
they've nearly all left you already.
Elders, Pastors, and Class Leaders,
and Superintendants of Sunday
Scnools, too, trigrowen beautifully
lesser, all the time, in your party,
and, now, it is my prognosticating
prophecy, Mr. Herald, in lesser nor
a year they'll be scarce in your
rarrks. It don't pay you a bit nei
ther, Mr. Herald, to say too much
about them old, defunct laws of
Cornecticut, cause Thomas Paine,
Esquiro, & Co., has worn such sub
jects kinder thread-bate. Poop I e
is kind a tired being frightened
from moral reforms by the digging
up ef iilue Laws. You d bettor try
a little blue blszus once, and see how
that suits for a change.
Look afore you leap and spit on
your bands b6foro you commence
to climb the rope, cause if you ever
start down the rope on a double
geared streak a lightning, your
bands will get so hot you 11 let go
and come down krrflnmix and be
consigned to the Bottomless Pit.
the Beer Kave. Don t say any
more nor yon cr.n help about them
"street brawlers" neither, for when
you try to that them up by calling
tbera "6treet brawlers they are
sure to recollect what you said a-
bout the preachers beug "slang
whangers," and it don't hurt ab;t
If you manage tbe thing
judieiously, Mr. Herald, you can
bave all your subscribers cursing
preachers and voting open whisky
shops in less than a year. Give the
drunkard fits next week, and tell
your subscribers you nave just
found a new way to abato tbe evil,
to-wit : " Punish the men vrht ha
bitually use intoxicating liquors as
a beverage." Tbii pleases some
temperance men, and drunkards
don't have many friends, nor do
they defend themselves, .aue they
lack the cegs. Therefore there ;s
no risk in pitching into them live-
Don't say any thing im-re
about Constables in Massachu
setts truckling to tho whisky sell
ers, cause some person mipl.i men
tion the Head man on tbe Republi
can ticket last Spring and the Head
man on tbe Democratic ticket, at
the samo election, as being one and
the same man. But, above all, Mr.
Herald, don't forget to put sugar
and tansy in the whisky next
McConnelsville, May 13, '71.
COCHKAN JONES At the resi
dence of the bride's father, James K.
Jones, Esq., in McConnelsville, Ohio,
May 17th, 1871, by Key. L. MeGuire,
Mr. John L. Cochran to Miss I ibbie
Hall or Bubal Lores, )
No. 157, 1. O O. F.
Diid April 21st, 1871, at bis re
sidence in Bloom Township, Mor
gan county, Ohio, Past Grand S. M.
Harlan, in the iola year ot nis
i;ro. uarlan bad been a memDor
of Rural Lodge for about twenty
years. Ho sustainod an excellent
character wherever known ; and as
an Odd Fellow, he endeavored to
io me out and practice the princi
ples of the Order, therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of
Brother Harlan, we have lost a de
volod member and worthy citizen ;
and wMle we are called upon to
mourn bis loss, we have the blessed
assurance he has gono to join the
Grand Lodge above.
Resolved, That we tender the
friends of pur deceased brother our
heart felt sympaties, with words of
cheer, for the glorious prospect of a
blessed reuuion with loved ones,
"where death shall part no more."
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be presented to the fa
mily ofthe deceased, and sent for
publication to the papers of Morgan
and Muskingum counties.
Dono by order of the Lodge.
C. C. FRAZIER,
T. L. ELLWELL.
May 6, '71. Committee.
Yocso Gents, attention I we have
some very choice styles of neckties 4
some of the most beautiful collars ev
i cr offered, it Sill's.
Ii I! II IMS
Wtre awarded the highest Prtoiiomi at
tbt Stats Fairs of
Ilave alio been awarded these Maclit.es
at the txbibiiloos of
f ? t M MM
The very highest prise, THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OF HONOS, was
eoofsrred on the representative of the
Grover A Baker Sewing Machines, at the
Exposition Uoiveraalie, Paris, 1667, tbns
attesting their great superiority orsr all
other Sewing Machines!
4 1 4 & k i k fe
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE :
Btauty and Klotticity Stick.
Ferditn and Simplicity of Machinery.
X fait ruin j mf itamt by hand and n
watte of throad.
Wide rangi of application rilAeur ehangt
The seam retains its beauty and firmness
after washing and ironing.
Bpidn doing all kind of work done by
other 8wiog machines tbe Elastic Stltcb
machine extcatrs the most btaatilal and
ptrmnnent Embroidery and ornament
ALEX. F1NLEY is the General
Agent tor the sale of the Grover &
Baker Shuttle or Lock Stitch Ma
chine and the Elastic Stitch or
Two Spool Machine, in the coun
ties of Morgan. Athens, and Hock
ing, and has bis traveling Agents
all through these counties. Any
persons wishing a first-elass Sew
ing Machine, just wbat is needed
for family use, should call on Mr.
Finley er ano of his Agents.
May 12, 1871 tf.
MALTA BUSINESS CARDS.
Dry Good Merchant, South-east corner
always on hand a
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. GROCERIES. QUEENS-
VYARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, &.C., &.C.
t& New Goods received regularly, as a flourishing trade demands. Every
thing soil at the lowest cash figure. Country Produce taken in exchange for
goods. (April 21, 1871 -ly.
West aide of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio, keep a well selected assortment of
HlRIWliR, T1XWIXE, 8TO1ES and STOVE TRI11I1 GS. FiRJIVG CTOSILS,
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON HIM.
19 Special' attention given to the trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
Agent for the sale ot the celebrated "Clipper Mower A Reaper." ETything
sold low for cash. J April 21, 1871 -ly.
J. M. ROGERS. R. LUTTON. J. DAVIS.
J. M. J'.OGEKS & CO.,
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta,
All Orders Promptlr Attended To ! ea
April 21. 1871 ly.
State W i0C5, Jic.
of Front and Bell Sta., Malta, Ohio, has
complete stock of
Ohio, keep constantly on hand
Abram M. Bingman.of
in the State of Iowa, will take notice
that James U. Ewing, of tbe county of
Morgan in the State of Ohio, did on the
ZOth day of April, A. D., 1871, file hie peti
tion in the Court ef Common Pleae of said
county of Morgan, againat the aaid Abram
M. Bingman and Oliver D. T. Kmsey,aett
init forth that the aaid defendants gaveaaid
plaintiff a mortgage oa tbe following prem-,
uea, lo-wit : eiluate in said county of Mor
gan and being in the north half of aection
Si, town 8, range 1 2, in tbe Ohio Companj'a
Pnrchaae, bounded aa follows : beginning
at the northwest corner of said aection,
thence aouth 104 petea, thence eaat 1 20 and
84-H0tha poles to a 'atone which pointa out
the beginning for aaid Lot, a white walnut
12 inches, north 874 degree tut 70 links,
an Elm 18 inches soath 1ii4 degreea east
2 linis, thence eaat 76 and 40 OOths poles
to a station, apoplar 7 inchea, south 3 links,
thence north 10 voles to a stake, a angar 20.
aouth 14 degrees, east 33 links, thenoe
north 81 V degrees, west it and IS-lOOtha
pole to a station, a white oak 14 inches,
bears aouth 24 degrees, cut 8 links, thence
west 18 pole to a station, a white oak 20.
bears north ii degrees, west 8 links and a
beech 13 inchea, boars south 7 degrees, weal
IS links, thence sooth U poles tothe place
of beginning, containing 7 and43-100tha a
cres more or lesa, to aecure the payment o
about $1,100, according to certain notes re
ferred to in said mortgage, and praying
that said defendant mar pay the balance
due on aaid notea with interest, amoontin
to about the sum of $293.00, ef this date,
or that aaid premises may bo sold to pay
the same, and that notea not yet due be
paidontof the proceods ot said sale, and
that there be paid plaintiff therefrom the
further sum ol$ 193,50 aa part ofthe purch
ase money due him for aaid premises, with
interest thereon from the 1st day of April.
A. DM 1870. 8aid defendant Bixgman will
further take notice that aaid defendant
Kinaeydid on aaid 28tb dar of April, file
his answer and cross-petition in aaidt'ourt,
settlor lorth that he had paid tbe one.hall
ofthe note now due, and that the balance
of said note isduelmmdefend't Aingmanaa
hit proportion, and praying that the undi
vided interest of said Biogman ia said pre
mises be first sold to satisfy the same, and
the said Abram Bingman ia notified that
be is required to appear and aiwwer aaid
petition and cross-petition on or before the
third Saturday after the 2d day of June
JAMES II. E"VVI5Q.
Br J T. Crw. his Attorney.
April 28th, 1871 w.
Thomas Crow, riasntiff, ) Before Win.
vs. Res wick. J.
William Daugherty, Deft. J P., of Wind
sor township, Morgan county, Ohio. On
tbe 39th day ol April, 1871, aaid Justice is
sued an order of attachment in tbe above
elbon for 'the sum of Twenty-four dollars
and i fly cents debt and Twenty dollars
probable cost a.
Stockport, Ohio. Vay 13, '71. w.
sew boot k siinEgnur:
JAMES BILZ27 has
opened out a New Boot A Mice Shop
opposite D. A C. W. Mummey'a Grocery
Store, on Center Street, McConnels
ville, Ohio, where be is now ready for
any and all calls relative to his line of
business. Special attention given to
Cobbling;, and to the manufacture,
per order, of Boots & Shoes. A FIT
always warranted. April 21,'70-lr.
CT. R. KELLY, Ikl. D.
Mav be found at bia office on
THE SOL'TII WEST COR5ER
At all times, when not absent on Profess.
That JOIIX RYAN is the BEST
COBBLER ever in McCOX SCLA
Ha has constantly on band a good assort,
mo nt ofFine and Stogie Boots, of bia own
manufacture, which he i offering at th
lowest CASH rate. Giva him a call at his
establishment on North-west corner of rub
lie square, McConnelsville, Ohio.
E. HAN5A. Eo. M. KENSEDT
HANNA & KENNEDY,
ATTY'S ANO COUNSELLORS
On Cntr Street, near tbs Public Square,
"-Special attention given to follectiona.
W. C. TRESIZE
asks the piblie to call and examine bis
specimen Photagraphs, Ferrotypes, Am
brotypes, Gems, Ac, Ac, which cannot be
surpassed anywhere. He baa perfected ai
raogsments whereby any one ran be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintinga
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Banning, len'er (street, ii conneisvi.ie,
THE mimd STEAMER
Harvbt Daki.ixotox, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween ZanesviIIe and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves ZanesviIIe at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August 19th. 1870 3m.
H. Tj. TRUE.
Fhysician & Surgeon,
Treats all forms of acme and chronic
disease, on new and improved principles.
Calls promptly attended to. and charges
reasonable. OFFICK : in Morris' New
Build. og. oo Center street, where be
will be found wben sot professionally encag
ed. Feb. 3d, 1371.
3SIEA.T ! MEAT !
PROVISIONS ! !
E. S. WOODWARD,
BEEF, TEAL. PORK AXD MUT
TON, W. A. MATTHEWS & CO.,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS !!
In Buckeye Block,
(On Certnr Street,)
M'CONN ELSV1LLE, OHIO.
Xonehnt the best of Meats knt ;
none bnt the first class Groceries aud Pro
visions .i fft-red Inr sale !
April 28th, ltfTl 2mo.
B. L. JENKINS,
IirOKTZR AID DBALEl 15
North side of Center street, between
East and Penn streets,
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING JEN
1st. Jenkins imports his own goods
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
AJ TT 1 IL. l...Ml Aat.kliali.
.nil. .louns t i . .! . .
f ment, and most complete variety of
goods an eoutn-tytsiern vnio, aim you
are enabled to get just what you want
do not have to take just what you
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 off to Zanes
viIIe, or some such point to buy your
At Jenkins' in
U. COCHER. C. . BOZaUK.
i. F. DaWiTAXgTlXE.
SOl'Tn VTEST SIDE OF THE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
Given to th
SOLE AGEXTS jj
in Ibis locality for the sal ofthe
Mowers & Reapers,
Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper,
Cook & Healing Stoves,
sad oil J pieces of all the varieties ef Cook
Stovea in the roan try ; 11 kinds of Thrash
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettle,
and Salt Flange, Sugar Kettle. Pots, Grid
dles, Skillets, about twenty different pat
erne ofPlow Pointa. Machine Caetiafe for
Steamboats, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and Reaper ; aim Cfcet troa t'himaey
Tops, Window Cap. Cellar Window Orat
ints, and also Cfcst Iron Legs Tor School
bouse Desks and Seats.
ITavs constantly on band, manufactured
their order, all mannor of Tin-war, Stova
Manufacturers of Water Tweera, Mandrill
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmith.
Remember the I'lae :
Soth-west Side of the Public .Square
M CON X ELS VI LLE, i
mar. 13 1870--1.
BRISTOL. APKIL HI, IS71.
HEARKEN UNfoEOOD ADYISE
Good So!d Cheap Far fash !
The Tfn rmmaiilmmU fully Explained:
Itrp Them and Uon Shalt Sake Muii-
Flrat. Thou shalt liave no othr
place to buy your Dry Goods, Groce
ries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Yankee Notions, and Keady-made
Clothing, except the Cheap Store of
.u. II. IUOL, UriBlol, Ohio.
Second. Thou shalt not choose to
thyself any 'other Merchant. Thou
shalt not bow to them, not listen to
their speeches, for COOL ia reliable
dealer, capable of drawing his custom
ers to the third and fourth generation.
Third. Thou shalt not seek in vain
for cheap goods, for they can be found
for cash at COOL'S.
Fourth. Thou shalt bear in mind
that upon six days of the week thou
canst make thy purchases of COOL,
but on the seventh day he must rest
from his weary labors.
Fifth. Thou shalt honor COOL and
long may thy days be to enjoy the
Sixth, Thou shalt not commit any
outrage on the proprietor by purcha
sing goods elsewhere, but gn direct to
COOL'S Bristol, where you can get all
you want cheap for cash.
Seventh Thou shalt not adulterously
wed any strange goods into thy bouse,
but always buy of COOL.
Eighth". Thou shalt not steal from
COOL'S Store, for his goods are so
cheap that it would be a sin.
Ninth. Thou shalt not bear false
witness, but honestly acknowledge
that thou canst get better bargains at
COOL'S Store than any other place.
Tenth. Thou shalt not. covet thy
neighbor's goods nor thy neighbor's
bargains, but take council ofthe wise
and proceed straight to COOL S is tore,
and lay in your supply.
W1L II. COOL.
April 21, 1871 -2m.
TEACHERS' NORMAL INSTITUTE!
TWO WEEK'8 DDEATION !
MONDAY, JULY IT, IST1.
To bo Conducted By
Pror. X. M. McLACGIILIif ,
ART II I' R POXD, Eiq.
TIialloNO, W. D.nF.NKLE.
State School Commissioner,
will be present and assist daring the
Arrangements for boarding Will bemad
for all wh attend. A thorough Review of
tbe Iower rtranene win oe arrived at
Classe will be formed and recitations
heard, tb object being rather th md f
instruction man tne mastery ofthaUran
cues. Teachers, will, therefore, bring
books, slates, etc.. as student.
BOOKS OF REFERENCE :
Reading McG'iffy and Kidd.
Arithmetic Ray and White.
Grammar Green and Harvey.
Geography Brocklcy' and Warrn'a
Lector and 1'iscotsiou on Theory and
Tractic at Stated Periods. TERMS $!.
payable in advance. By Ordr of tbe Ex
May , l71-Ir.
C . Jj. H. ALL.
Wholesale and Retail
. CELL. STREET,
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM If
Xov. 11 1370-tf.
iom umot but it i
For Sight is Priceless
THE DIAMOND GLASSES 1!
Of iV Y., which are now offered to tbe
public, are proooanced by all tbe ceiebra.
trd Opticians of th World to be the
IN a torsi. Artificial help lo tbe batnao eye
ever known. They are groond under their
own supervision, from minute Crystal
Pahliln. melted together, and derive their
name, Diamond," on acconnt ot their
hardness and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
On bb they me eonMrnctrd brings tho
core or center ot the lens directly to front
of the eye, producing a clear and distinct
vision, aa m the natural, healthy sight, and
prevtnling all unpleasant serrations, such
B8 glimmering and wavering of sight, dis"
tineas, ic, peculiar to all others in use.
They are mounted in tbe Finest Man
ner, lo frame ol the beet quality ol all ma
teriil" ased lor that purpose. Their finish
and durability cannot bis surpassed.
C'ALTION. Vooe genuine unless)
heanr.g their trade mark stamped as every
II. tl. VIXCEVTa. BR0 ,
Jewelers and Op'iciaD, are sole agent
'or McConnelavi.le, Ohio, from whom they
ran nlr b obtained. Tbeae goods are
not supplied to Tidier, at any price.
Juna 3 ICTO-ly.
7-30 GOLD LOAN,
Northern I'arlflc Railroad Co.
RAPID PEHGdESS (IF TAB WOR! !
The building of the Northern Pa.
cific Kailrod, (begun July last), is be
ing pushed forward with great energy
trout both extremities of the line.
Sevural thousand men are employed
in Minnesota and on tbe Pacific coast.
The grade ia nearly completed '266
milt westward from Lake Superior;
trains are running over 130 milea of
finished road, and track-laying ia rap
idly progressing toward the eastern
border of lakota. Including its pur
chase of the St. Paul A Pacific Road,
the Northern Pacific Company now
has 4l3 milts of completed road, and
by September next this will be increas
ed to at least 5C0.
A iOl HVEST.MFiST. Jay
Cooke A t'o. are now selling, and un
hesitatingly recomend, as a profitable)
and perfectly safe investment, tbe
Fiist Mortgage Land Grant Gold
Bonds of tbe Northern Pacific Bail-road-
Tl ey have 30 years to run,
bear S'eveu and Three-Tenths per
cent gold interest (more than 8 per
cent, currency) and are secured by
first and only mortgage on the kxtirx
loto ii it iQCipxgT3 , and also, a
fiat as the Road is completed, or.
93,000 ACRES OF LAXD to
every mile of track, or SOU Acrea for
each $l,0i)0 Bond. They are exempt
from U. S. Tax; Principal and Inter
est are payable in Gold: Denomina
tions: Coupons, $100 to f l,00u; Regis,
tercd $100 to 810.000.
LAKDS FOR BOXDS. North
ern Pacific 7 30' s are at all times re
ccivable at TEN per cent. Above par,
in exchange for the I'ompanv's Lands,
at their lowest cash price. This ren
ders them pr-ctically TSBKSTiABina
SIXKIXG FrXD. The proceeds
of all sales of Lands are required to be
devoted to tbe re-purchase and cancel
lation of the First Mortgage Bonds of
the Company. The Land Grant of the
Road exceeds Fifty Million Acres.
This immense Sinking Fund will un
doubtedly cancel the principal of the
Company's bonded debt before it falls
due. With their ample security and
high rate of interest, there is no invest
ment, accessible to the people, which
is more Profitable or i'afe.
EXCIIA.GI.i V. S. FITE
T TrTEXTIES. 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 profit, and greatly increasing
their yearlv income.
OTHER SECURITIES. All
marketable Stocks and Bonds will be
received at their highest current price
in exchange for Nor tb ern Pacific Sev-envThirties-
Express Charges on
Money or Bonds received, and on
Seven-Thirties sent in return, will be
paid by the Financial Agents. Full
information, 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,
Financial Areata North. Pacific R. R. Co.
By BANKS and BROKERS generally.
We have accepted an agency for th aala
of th above Bonls. Phamplets and in for
mation can be had atonr counter.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
C. B. BOZMAN,
April 21, 1871.
Area Decided Success !
TRULY the old mortar of "Bad Medi
cine" it beisg brokeo. Medicine must be
effectual; but it is no longer oece-saiily
dangerous, painful or disgusting. Tbe re
markable Nerve tonic aperient assists the
procers ef digestion, and is conducive of
the most perfect physical and mental condi
tions. They cure dyrpepsia, headache,
sallownrss, billiousness and irregular ilies,
but their greatest success is in act is e as a
preventive of these diso-ders. If ot found
at I lie nearest iTucgisip, rncinge ni'j cu,
to Clnvr Grains t.. Marietta, Ohio.
April 2?tb, 1671-2 no.
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