THE 1NDKPK ND EXT.
- M'CONNELSVILLE :
FRaI june J6 i8Ti.
GIDEON T. nTEWABT, of Enron.
V LIECT. GOVCKKOK,
P. SI- WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF FOBLIC WUtU,
L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR SCPKRX JCIXJt,
SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
THOMAS EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORXST CKHCRAL,
J. W. STIXOHCOMB, of Hocking.
FOR STATS COMHISSI-lMES OF COM. BCH'IOLS
DB. SULOVION HOWARD, of Athens
F'lE CLKRK "F 1CPHRME roCRT
ARZA. ALDER AN, of Morgan.
FOR AFDITOR F (TaTK,
W. B. CHAD v ICK, of Franklin.
FROHIBITIOM CUl'STT TIC-
For Clerk of the Court,
J A M K S -A . N E E L S Y
JAMES D MARIS.
For Infirmary Director,
JJ. P. D E A BBOBK .
Platform of the National Prohibition
Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept r.
Wbcrca, Protection and allegiance are
reciprocal duties, and every citisen
who yields obedience to the just com
mandg of his government 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
Vvhrreas, The traffic in intoxicating
drinks greatly impairs the personal
security and personal liberty of large
masses of citisens, and renders pri
vate property insecure, and
vi herras, The existing parties are
hopelessly unwilling to adopt an ad
equate policy on this question, there
fore we, in national convention as
sembled, as citisens of this free re
public, sharing in the duties and re
sponsibilities of its government, in
the discharge of a solemn drty we
owe to our country and ocrrace.
unite in the following declaratioa of
i. That while we acknowledge the
pure patriotism and profound states
manship of those patriots wno laid
broad and deep the foundntons of this
government, securing at once the
rights of the States severally and their
inseparable union by the Federal Con
stitation, we would not merely garnish
the sepulchers of our republican fath
ers, but we do hereby renew our sol
emn pledge of fealty to the imperish
able principles of civil and religious
liberty embodied in the Declaration of
American Independence and our Fed
eral Constitution. '
2. 1 hat the traffio in intoxicating
beverages is a dishonor to hristian
civilisation, inimical to the best inter
ests of society, a political wrong of an
equaled enormity, subversive of the
ordinary objects of 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 Legisla-
- ioq. ,
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
eense of duty to sever our connection
with these political parties, and to or
ganise ourselves into a National Pro hi-
. 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 National Prohibition Tarty, as ex
pressive of our primary object, and
while we denounce all repudiation of
the public dbV 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.
Elsewhere will be found the report
of the Prohibition County Convention,
held in Morris' Hall, on last Saturday.
The Convention was not large, but sdll
it was full as large as it was expected
to be. It being on Saturday, the bus
iness men of the two towns could not
leave their business to attend, and a l
know that this is a specially busy time
with the farmers. But, notwithstand
ing all this, there were thirty-five dele
gates enrolled, making the Convention
very reepecUble in size as well as in
spirit. The spirit of the Convention
was obvious to anyone. It was that of
a body of quiet, determined men, re
solved to carry out their convictions of
right The ticket nominated is ac
knowledged to be one of the best, if
not the best ever presented to the vo
ters of Morgan County by any party.
We have not space for a further men
lien of the Convention or the ticket
this week, but will refer all to the offi
cial report as found in another col
Crime in Connecticut.
The following art Connecticut criminal
Of 2,593 eonmitteots to- the common
jails of the Sute. last year, 1050 were for
drunkenness, 408 for lareency, 237 for as
saults, 87 for vagrancy. 68 for bursary,
37 for assisting at a prise fih. Of lb
tbs whole Lumber of rieiims 2361 wre ef
intemperate habits and wily 108 strictly
temperate a fact which if ef itself s
pretty good tesopersccs ieC'ure. Hsrt'ord
Coanty famished most, 654, Jw Havsn
Ooaoty, 639, and Tolland Gouo) fewest,
31.' There were 347 more cooimiiteois
W see-by a Norwalk paper thai
Gideon T. Stewart, Prohibition
Candidate for Governor, u soon to
take the 110010 in view ot making
a thorough can rasa of the State.
2k ts hoped that he will not fail to
give Morgan County call. Mr.
Slawart is one of th ablest public
ptakeri in Ohio, and.be will make
it hot for the old political parties
w terever ho may go.
Proceedings of the Morgan
County Prohibition Convention.
Pursuant to eat I a published in
the South Eastern. Independent, the
Morgan County Prohibition Con
vention, for the onroose ot nomina.
tin; a County Ticket, convened in
11 .-' IT- 11 ,.- 1 n
OIUrriB UAII, til DJ l 'VVII DBH MID, VU
Saturday, June 10th, 1371, at 1 C
o'clock. A. M. The rail to order
war made by Arza Aldertuan, who,
after statin the object of the Uon
vention, culled apon the R-v. G J
Smith, formerly of the Methodist
Chorch of McConnelsville, but no
ef South Bloomingville, Hot-kir?
Ceuntv. to lead in prayer. After
prayer, a permanent orsranixtitioc
was affected br choosing J 1). Mar
it, ot Chesterfield, Chairman, and
J. W. Harper, of Homor township.
and Joseph A. Kelly, of .McCounels
ville, Secretaries. The convention
immediately proceeded to business,
appointing E S Fawcett. of Mari
on. J. C. Murdock, of Malts, and
lDert HamDleton, 01 Windsor, a
committee "t' enrollment; Arzn AN
dercnan. of Morean, John G. Walk
er, of Malta. Jacob Wormian, of
Bristol, Dr. S Branson, of Marion,
and Samuel Marry, of Meigsvilie, a
committee to report a ticket; David
Mummey, ef Morgan, Jacob F,
Mummey, of Meigsvilie, and Dr. S
Branson, of Marion, aeomrnttee on
revolution; Thomas Deweas, ot
Penn, Dr. D. N Allard. of Marion,
and J, T. Crew, of Morgan, a com
mittee to report a Central Commit
tee for tte ensuing year. There
being no further business at this
time before the Convention, a me
lion to adjourn nntil li o'clock, P.
M., was made and carried.
Convention ca'led to order
promptly by the Chairman at the
hour designated at the adjournment
of tbe morning session. Commit
tee on enrollment reported dele
gates at follows:
Dr. D. 2i. Allard, Ur. S Branson,
E. S FawceU. and J. D Mara, all
of Marion township. J T. Crew,
Arza Alderman. Joseph A. Kellv,
OscarNttt. Frank Bemia Dr. H.
L- True. Thomas T. Nott, Henry
S:gler. Enos Worrall, James Wat
kins, John F. Siglor, Samuel
Spraiiue, and Jeptha Doadca, all
of Morgan. Joseph Gooding, Wil
liam Strode Thomas Dewees, Jiev.
C. J Sears, and William Menden
ball. all of Penn township. J. C
Miirdock, J. G Walker, Thomas
Williams, J. D Sears, Sumuel Car
man, and A. W. Pawer, all of Mai
ta township. Jacob wort man, of
- . . a VI S
Bristol township, j r. jiammey.
SuCiUel Murry. and James A Nee-
ley, all of Meigsvilie township.
Albert Hambleton, of Windsor
township. J. W. Harper, of Horn
The CommHtee on Resolutions
being ready to report they done
so as follows:
Besolved. That we heartily en
dorse and accept a our Platform of
Principles, the fatform of the -National
Prohibition Party, adopted
by the National Prohibition Con
vention, held in Chicago, Septmu
ber 2nd, 1869; aDd also the Resolu
tions passed by tbe Prohibition
State Convention, held in Dela
ware, Ohio, on the 22nd of "Februa
ry, 1871; and that we p:eoge our-:
selves to the earnest support of the
State Ticket, nominated by said
Delaware Convention, and headed
by Gidccn T. Stewart for Gov
ernor. Rest lved, That, while we will ev
er strive for such legislation as is
demanded by our Party through
out tbe Slate and tbe Nation, we
Will also use our utmost endeavors
to have tbe existing Liquor Laws
of our Slate, sod our Villages, en
forced with tbo utmost rigidity and
to the fullest limit of their letter
and spirit; and, also, that we will
enoouraije and aid to tho extent of
our abilityall moral suasion efforts
to mitigate tbe evils 01 intemper
ance. Resolved, That, as citizens of this
community, recognizing the bene
fits that will arise t ourselves, our
neighbors, and to future genera
tions through the instituting of
manufactures, railroads, and like
enterprises, in our midst, we will
encourage and aid such enterprises
in every wny in our power.
Jietolvea, That we believe it to be
the duty of all our citisens to pat
ronize home institutions to tbe full
est extent practicable, thereby as
sisting in building up one another,
and Keeping the wealth of the Coun
ty within its borders.
Jiesolved. l hat in tho yu:A -East
ern Independent we have a County
organ worthy of our full support,
and that we should all give it cur
palroiiuge and use our influence in
extending its circulation.
On question put by the chairman
asking what should, be done with
tbe resolutions, a motion and sec
ond was made to adopt them as re
ported, which was done
Rett of committees not being rea
dy to report, and no business being
before tbe Convention, J.C.Turner
was called on for a speech. Ha re
sponded by entertaining tbe audi
ence for about twenty minutes, aft
er which the remaining committees
were ready to report.
Committee on Central Commit
tee reported for such Committee
for the ensuirg yoar, Jeptha Duad
na, Thomas T. Nott. Moses McDan
iel, A. W. Power, J. C. Murdock
and J. F. Mummey. For an Advi
sory Committee, W. M. Cool, of
Bristol, David W. Green, of Cen
ter. J. r7. Harper, of Homer, Dr. S.
Branson, of Marion. Jeptha Doud-
na and J. T. Crew, ot Morgan, AU
bert Hambleton, of Windsor, A. J.
3. Gift, of York, and William
Strode and Benjamin Brown, of
Penn. Tbe report was unanimous
ly adopted as reported.
Tbe Committee on Candidates
reported as follows: For Represen
tative, David Mummey, ot Morgan;
for Auditor, Tuomaa Hammond, ot
Morgan; tor Sheriff, J. D. Maris,
ot Marion, fer Clerk of tbe Court,
James A. Neeley, of Meigsvilie; for
Commissioner, Robert Lulton, of
Malta; for Infirmary D:rector, fl.
P. Dearborn, of Meigsvilie; for Cor
oar, William Cnppy, pf Malta.
On motion the report of ttie Com
mittee was accepted, and the can
didates reported were unanimously
declared tbe uominees of the Con
vention. During the next boor the Con
vention was entertained ly short
speeches by Duvid Mummey, tbe
nominee tor Itrpretieoiaiive. Itev
J. Smith, and J. T. Crew.
Arza Aideiman offered tho fol
lowing resolution, which was unan
Reiolbed, Tbal this Convention
herehy empower tbe Central Com
mittee of Morgan County to corres
pond with some of the members of
the Prohibition Party in Noble and
Washington Counties, and make
surb arrangements as may be nec
essary for the nomination of a can
didate for tbe State Senate, and alo1
to lake such other measures as may
bo necessary fer makm tbe ticket
complete in all respects, and to fill
all vacancies that may occur.
Joseph A. Kelly offered the fo!
lowing resolution, which was also
Jiesolved, That this Convention
hereby extends its thanks to Geo.
r. Morris for tbe use ot bis spauious
and excellent Hall, which he so
very kindly .tendered us, tree of
charge, for tbe purpose of holding
J. C. Murdock offerred tbe follow
ing resolution which was adopted
Jiesolved, That the secretaries of
this Convention be hereby instruct
ed to furnish tbe proceedings ot
this Convention to the South-East-
ern Independent and tho Prohibition
lura tor tub!ication.
There being no further business
before the Convention, a motion to
adjonrn sine die was made, second
ed and carried, and the Chairman
declared the convention aojourned.
J: D. MARIS, Chairman.
J. W. Harper. )
J. A. Kellt. f Secretaries.
Since tbe last number of The Pat
riot went to press, Euker has been
hung at Fouda, and Foster and Mc
Nevim have been convicted of mur
der in the city of New York, and
sentenced to tbe same fate. We
bad a reporter at Fonda, and bis
full and minute notes are before us,
but we do not feel in ha nor to
spread the sickening details before
our raiders It is sufficient to say
that, though his gut't was unques
tionable, and proved by the clear
est of evidence, be died with the
usual protest of innocence on his
ps another victim to the licensed
sale of intoxicating beverages. Tbe
people, through their chosen agents.
iceus6d a giogshop; IScker drank
under the license, was drunk and
committed the murder. That is
the whole story a story repeated
over and over, daily, and yet the
people slumber, and their agents
continue to license ''men of good
moral character" to manufacture
more Eckers to slay their fellow
men. It is the same story, substan
tially, that is told of Foster and Mu
Nevin. The former, one probably
with truth, says that b" bas no roc
olection of striking tho blow which
taok life, and for which ha must
end bis days ou the gallows. He
was drunk; aad tbe New York
Board of Excise has just liceused
3,500 dens to manufacture drunk
ea Festers to commit murder and
other crimes in the metropolis!
Farmers Insurance Company.
of Jelloway, Ohio.
Many of our farmers now under
stand the principlos upon which tbe
Farmers Insuranco Company, of
Jelloway, Ohio, is conducted, and
all such have availed themselves of
its protection against tbe losses re
sulting from fires ; but there are
"many more tha should be advised
oa tbis subject, and we will give a
short statement relative to its ad
vantages. - 1st. It insures nothing but Farm
Property, and is not subjected tD
the grsal lowie that commonly re
sult from insuring town, or city
property, where ene fire is liable
to consume greut naoibers of build
iogs. This enables the farmers to
insure their property at lower rates
than can be oone in other compan
ies. 2nd. It is not of that clat-s of
eompantes known as '-Mutual Com
panics,'' in which you are never
done paying fur your insurance.
If you pay the Farmers Insurance
Company fifteen, twenty or twen
ty five dollars te insure your prop
erty for five years, that is the end
of your outlay, anu you wilt not be
called upon to contribute five or
ten dollars more at the end of each
quarter, as is often tbe case in Mu
3rd. -The Farmers Insurance
Cumpany pay the full sum for
which your property is insured
whenever you are unfortunate
enough to lose yeur property by
fire. There is never ant quarllirig
BOout what you should receive, but
losses are always honorably adjust
ed and promptly paid. In order to
satisfy you ot this, we cite you to
Rebecca Hammond, of Bloom town
ship, Catharine Williams, ot Malta
tov-nshio. and Eizy Tnplett, of
Morgau township, all of this county
and who bare been paid losses by
For further particulars relative
to this compnny, we cite our Far
mers to A. S. WaiTAKXR, tbe Agent
of the Company iu this vincinity,
who will always lake pleasure in
making matters and things pertain
ing to insurance plain to ail.
Sabbath School Requisites!
-uch as Music and Hiss Bones, Clam
Books, Qcbtio Books, Phihiks, Sun
dat School Keadiko Books, Scairrcas
Cakds, Tkzts, &c , received recently at
ADA IK'S Book -tore.
Bausass of all kinds at Silt's.
Xer lot f Traaks, Valises aad Baskets,
TRY one of our Porosis ties, only SO ets.
Jait tho thing f-r hot weather, at Bill's.
Hovabs, Elgin and American Watches
Another invoic received this week. If 70a
want a first class timo-keeper call at Yin
etui's. BUT toot collar and Weeklies at Sill's.
Slacks of New Goods,
all kinds, just received and open
ed at ADAIR'S Book 8tore.
OACZX Undershirts, for sammor wear,
fsdy mads White shirts, aad shirt Frists
TEACHERS' NORMAL INSTITUTE!
FOUR WEEK'S DURATION I
0.D1T, JILT 81, 1ST1.
To be Conducted By
Prof. n. M. McLAtJGULIir,
ARTIirR roD, Esq.
Hi Hoxns, W. D HENKLB.
State School Commissioner,
will bepreseDtand assist during the
Arrsnremsots for bosrdinr Will bo mad
forall who stlond. A tboreurh r
too Aowor itrsncoo win be arrived at.
CIiiim will b formed and recitation
hosrd, the object being rather th mode ef
instruction than tho mattery of tho Bran
ches. Teachers, will, therefore, krint
wv, iikk vio mm iraainu.
BOOKS OF BErERKKCB :
lUsding McO'iffv and Eidd.
Arithmetic Bay snd Whit.
Grammar Green and Harvey.
Geography Brockloy's and Wsrrea's
Lecture and Diietution on Theory and
Fractieo at Sutod Period. TB&MSS2 S0
payable in advance. By Order of tho Iz
ccntiv Committee. .
May IS, 1STL-Isw.
R. L. JENKINS,
IlfOlTER 1R9 0IAU1 II
North side of Center street, between
ast and Penn streets,
IMcConnels ville, Ohio.
REASONS FOR PATRONIZING JEN-
KIN'S ESTABLISHMENT I
1st. Jenkins imports his own foods
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at secoqd hand.
Snd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in -outh Eastern Ohio, and Tou
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 mora than
right that community should build
bim up instead of going off to Zanes
ville, or some such point to boy; yoar
goods. ' v
.A-t J enkins' in
April 21, 1872-tf.
C. T,. HALL,
Wholesale and Retail
BUSINESS DONE ON A
STKICJjY CASH SYSTEM !
Nov. 11 1870 -tf.
nOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Jnt eublitbed. a now edition
of Dr. CnlverweH' Celebrated
Emit on ths Radical Cure
f without modicinelof Speraatorrbas of 80
minal woaaneoe, lavoinntry eeuiiim bos
ses, Impotenry, Mental and Pbyaicsl Inca
pacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.; site,
Cbniamption, Epilepty, snd Fit , induced
by rlf-indulene orteznsl extrsvsganc.
w-Price, in a sealed envelope, only sis
Tho celebrated author, in th: admirable
essay, elesrly demonstrates, from a thirty
yeire' toceeful practice, that ths alsrm
inceenoroaeneee of self-sbn may bo rad
ically cured without tbo dangerout no of
internal moaicin or mo application 01 in
inife : pointinr out a mda of curs at oneo
implo, certain, snd sfioctusl, by mexns of
wnicn every euaerer, no matter wo me
condition may bo, may enro hinuelf cheep
ly, privately, snd radically.
pS" This Lecture should be in tbohsnds
of every youth snd every man in the land.
Bent un.ier seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of S cenU
Alto. Dr. Cnlvorwell's Marriage Guide-
price Ji cents.
Address the Publithen,
Cbas. J. C. KJIae k. Co.,
:'. Bowery, New York, P. O. BoasMA.
Area Decided Sacceast
TRULY ths old mortar of "Bod Medi
cine" is being brokeo. Medicine must be
effectual ; bat it is oft longer oscesarilj
daoreroos, ptiofal or distasting. Ths re
mark ble Nerve tonic aperient assitis tbe
process sf digestion, snd is eondocive of
tbe mott perfect physical and mental condi
tions. They cure dyrpepsis, headache,
sallowness, biilioasness sod irrega:rities,
bat their createst soeeess is in aclite as a
preventive of these disorders. If not found
at tne nearest irroggisis, enclose Drty cil.
to Calabar Grain Co., Marietta, Ohio.
April 2tb, 18Tl-2mo.
SI ALT A IIXSIXE.Vi isRIIi.
J. M. J'.OGEIIS & CO..
Front St, near the Bridge, Malta, Ohio, keep constantly on hand
lar All Orders Promptly Attended Te I -Be
April 11,1871- ly.
west side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohie,
liKDWllj, TISWIli, mm and STOTS TBIJII.US. F1UI.1B CTL1SIL3,
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON HIM.
89 Special attention given to the trade ia Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
Agent for the sale ot the oelebratsd "Clipper Mower A Reaper." Everything
sold low for cash. April 21, 1871 -ly.
Dr? Goods Merchant. 8outh-east corner
always on hand a
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS.
TARE, BOOTS AJf
9" New Goods received regularly,
thing sold at the lowest cash figure. .
keeps a well selected assortment of
of Front and Bell St., Malta, Ohio- has
complete stock of
SHOES. Ac, Ac.
aa a flourishing trade demands
Country Produce taon in each
April 21, 1871 -ly.
IV . B. 2CCLLV, Jm. D.
May b found at bis .Set oa
TOE eOCTil-vTEST COBXER
At all time, when net absent oa Profe-
J- B. HAVKA.
X. M. KKXKEDT
HANNA & KENNEDY.
ATTY'S AND COUNSELLORS
9a Cantor Street, sear ths Publi Bqusro,
M CONNBLS vILLB, OHIO.
fmft eeial altontiea given to Collection.
TflK SPLBJDID slEHEl
O ARRIS BROOKS,
H ABT1T DasLIHSTO-; Cmptmin,
Will make regular weekly trips be
tween Zknesville and Pittsburg, as
follows: Leaves Zaneaville at 8 o'clock,
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday eveninfs.
at o'clock. '
August 19th, 1879 3m
That JOTI RTAff is the BEST
COHBLGR ever in 91cCO.SEL
T1L.L.E. U ha eonat.ntty on hsad a good assert
m nt efPin and Stogie Soot., of hie own
aansfaeturo, which ho ia offering at the
lowest C'ASII rate. Oiv him a call al hi
etebliahmant a Korth-woat oornar of Pub
lie aquaro, MeConnelavillo, Ohio.
Sept. 16, 1870-1 j.
ART . GALLERY.
ft. C. TRE9IZE
ssks ths p'iblie to call and ezsmins hi
apoeimen Photsgrapb. Farretypee, Am
brniypoe, Gom, As., Ac, which cannot be
am paa.ed anywhere. He ha perfected ai
ran(eraBo wbaroby any on en bo ae
eoniodatod with tbo fineat of Oil Paintine
and pictures of India Ink Work. Rooms
over Boone's Saddler Shop, in J. C. Stone's
Building, Center Street, M'Coaaelsville,
H. L. TRUE.
Physician & burgeon,
. M'CONNELSYILLE, OHIO,
Treats all forms of scute and chronic
disease, no new and improved principles.
CaKs promptly sltendVd to. and cberfe
reasonable. OFFICE : ia Morris' New
B'l'ldinj. eo Center street, where be
will be found when aet profesaionally ernisg.
ed. f Csh. 3d, 1871.
MEAT I MEAT !
E. S. TTOOD.TVARD.
BEEF, VEAL, PORK ASJ ilUT
W. A. MATTHEWS & CO.,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS !!
In But '-key e Block,
(On Center Street,)
None bat the best of Meats kpt ;
none oat the flrst class Groceries and Pro
visions t flVred lor sale 1
Aoril28th, 1871 -Imo.
William B. Crawford, Plt'ff.) Bef.ire Goo.
vs. I Glenn. J. P..
Amos Msrph.y, Defendant. ) of Bristol tp.
Morgan county, Ohio. On the 32d day of
May, 1871. laid Juatiee issued an order of
attainment ia ta above actios for ths sum
o( eight dollar ana ve esnts,
Bristol, Jan 9, 18T1 Sw,
eeaasAS. e a. boimav.
i. r. seasASSTiss.
lOCTO WMT BIDK OF THE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
Given te the
ia this loeslity for th ssl of the
C 3rl A JSL T? ION
iIowers & Reapers,
Mower k Reaper,
Mower & Reaper,
Cook & Healing Stoves,
sad odd piece of mil tb vaiietioe ef Cook
8iovein tb country ; Itkinda of Throah-
ini Haciiins vsatings j elao Salt JLoulee,
and Salt Flacgca, 8ugar Kettles, PoU, Grid
die. Skillet., aliout twenty different pat
ern of Plow Point. Macbin Ctating for
SteainboeU. 8sw Mills, Salt Worse, Mow
ers and Reapers ; slao Cast Iron t'himney
Tope, Window Caps. Collsr Window Qrat-
inga, snd also Cast Iron Leg for School
house Deaka mud Seats.
Havs constantly en hand, manufactured
their order, all manntr of Tin -wars. Ston
Manufacturer of Water Tweer, Mandrill
Swedget, Ac, for Black. mitha.
Remember the Klaee :
Seth-west Side of the Publio Square
mar .18 1870-1 f.
BEJSTUL, APRIL ID, 1871.
HEARKEN UNTO 600D AD VISE
Good Sold Cheap Fer fasb
Tki Tea rsmmisdmenli follr Eiolnntd:
Icip Tbem ud Thou Shalt Ktki
First. Thou shalt have no other
place to buy yoar Dry Goods, Groce
ries, 0001s ana saoes, nais ana aps,
Yankee Notions, and Ready-made
Clothine. except the Cheap Store of
W JI. H. COOJj, Bristol, tinio.
bmcond. Thou, shalt not choose to
thvselfany other Merchant. Thou
shalt not bow to them, not listen to
their speeches, for OOL is a reliable
dealer, capable of drawing his custom
ers to the third and fourth generation
Turd. Thou shalt not seek in vain
for cheap goods, for they can be found
for cash atCUUJLTS.
Fourth. Thou shalt -bear in mind
that upon six days of the week thou
canst make thy purchases or lAJUL,
1 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 nos commit any
outrage on the proprietor by purcha
sing goods elsewhere, but go direct to
OOL S Bristol, where you can get all
you want cheap for cash.
Seventh Thou shalt not adulterously
wed any strange goods into thy house,
but always buy of t'OOL.
Eighth. Thou shalt not steal from
COOL'S Store, for his goods are so
cheap that it would be a ain.
JfuUh. Thou shalt not bear false
witness, but honestly acknowledge
that thou canst get better bargains at
COOL'H Store than any othor placo.
Tenth. Thou shalt not covet thy
neighbor's goods nor thy neighbor s
bargains, but taka council of the wise
and proceed straight to COOL'S Store,
I and lay in your supply.
I WH. H. COOL.
April 21, 1871 !m-
v. s. Lewis.
o. r. was.
Y.B. LEWIS & CO.,
FARM IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS,
And Solo Agents For Tho
SIIITII'S CAST CAST-STEM,
No. 65 Main Street,
X1NES TILLS, ORIO,
V. B. Lewis
Are Osnerel A rente ia the Ua.kiaraaa
Valley for Us asle ef tho
. The O dest Vaehino oa tho Coats
.The Best Vscbine on the Conti
nent!!! .The Tightest Praft Vsehiao on
tho Coutiaent lit!
ansurpassed as o Mower or
CAN'T BE BEAT
1 O O 0 OO O
Of these Msehines in nso t tho TJ
ni'ed States will mske it in
ter os tin r for a live, roa
ponaible Agent, in ei
ther tho town of
McCONJtELSVILLB or MALTA,
Tor tbo Sale of this
CELEB RA TED MXCEISE !
None Cthers Need Apply.
7,B. LEWIS & CO.,
Ic addition to tho large lino of Ag
ricultoral Implements, wo with
to call the attention of Buil
ders to oar rgs lino
or Price aro aa LOW AS THE
T. B.LEWIS A CO.,
65 Jfarn. Street, ZanesvxUe, Ohio.
May 2, 4 w.
CROfER A BAKER.
61 A III
Wsrs swarded the bietisst PrtatisoM at
lbs State Fairs of
Bavs also been awad these Xsobise
al the exhibitions ef
M f H MM
Thevwry hii-hest prrof, THS CEO?S
Or THB LKWION OF HOSS, was
conferred n tbe repreeenlaiive ol tbe
(Jrovar A Baiter Sowi.ig Macbinvs, at the
Kxpusitiua Uoiveraalie, Paris, 1867, Ibne
attesting their grat tapsriority orer all
other S.wisg Mschioss.
4 i k k r k k
POINTS OP EXCELLENCE :
Bemvty and ZUtmimiiy mf StUk.
Perfniimn mni Simplicity if Machinery.
Jfmaetmninff tf scams by hsnd and n
itatU of thread.
Wiim range f application without ahang
Tbs atsm retsias its beaoty sod firacess
after ossbing snd irontog.
Besides doing all kinds ef woik do by
01 her Srwing mac bint tbe ast ic Sutch
soachins exrcu'ts lbs nxot btaulilulaad
permasrst Itnbroidsry sod orn steal
ALEX F1NLEY is the General
Aeuttur tho sale of tho Grover A
Baker Shuttle or Lock Sutch Ma
chine and ' tho Elastic Stitch er
Two Spool Machine, in tbe coou
ties of Morgau. Athens, and IIch;':-.
ing, and has his traveling Agents
all through these counties. Any
persons wishing a first-class Sew
ing Machine, just what is needed
tor family use, should call on Mr.
Fioley or jne of his Agent.
May 12, 1871 tf.
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