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THE INDEPENDENT.
M'CONNELSVILLE :
FRIDAY, Sept. 99, tsn.
Prohibition
STATE TICKET.
FOB GOVEBSOR,
GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron.
FOR LIEUT. GOTERKOR,
r. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PCBLIC WORKS,
L. B. 5ILVES, of Columbiana.
FOR 8UPRBMIC ACDCK.
SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
FOR TREASURER,
THOMA8 EVAX8, Jr., of Delaware.
FOR ATTORIf ET OEXERAf.,
3. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking
FAR STATE OOWlf ISn IW rM cnnni a
DB, SOLOMON HO" WARD, of Athens!
FOR CLERK OF BUPRRMR COURT,
ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR AUDITOR OF 6TATB,
W. B, GUADWICK, of Franklin.
rranlblUon Senatorial Tick
et-14(b District.
For Senator,
"W1LLIAU PKNBOSE,
of Washington County.
Morgan Coanty Prohibition
Ticket.
For Representative,
DAVID MUMMEY.
For Auditor,
WHOM AS HAMMOND.
For Clerk of the Court,
A M. E 8 A . NEELST
, For Sheriff,
fiMSS D. M ARI5.
For Commissioner,
ROBERT LCTTOU,
For Infirmary Director.
H . P. D B ARBOBN .
For Coroner,
WILLIAM CUPPY.
THE Washington, Athens,
and Meigs Comity Tickets are
left out of oar paper fills
week because we are crowd
ed wltn advertising. Prout
bltlon Is growing finely In
those Counties, as well as
elsewhere
Prohibition Mass Meetings.
Prohibition MassMeelings will
be held sb follows: h K3
Lawrence's School House, Bristol
tp., Balurdsy, Sept. dvtb.
Trladelpbia, Monday, Oct 2nd,
Biugzold, Tuesday, Oct. 3rd.
Hossom's School Houae.WodneB-
day, Oct. 4th
Border's School House, Bloom tp
Thursday, Oct. 5th.
NoeleyaviUe, Friday. Oct. 6th.
ALoConneltmlle, in front of the
Court House, Saturday, Oct. 7th.
fieetinrs will also be heldlat Ell
lots Cross Koad6, Liberty Hill, and
BeinersTille; the dates of which will
be hereafter announoed.
Air the Meetings wilt be held the
renings of the days stated, and
will be addressed by able speakers.
By order of the ProhibitiorfCen
tral Committee of Morgan County.
For the Independent.
A FUNERAL REVERIE.
Fill high the glass from fountains pure,
Mr country I would drink to thee,
And if aright that's poison on 6 would I touch,
in minniui joy or social giee.
The wise that sparkle in the cup,
Though garnished with fictitious name,
Hat many a tactless victim robbed.
Of health and fortune and of fame.
And oh, what anguish wrings the soul,
By sleepless night and sleepless day,
01 wronged and bleeding hearts who mourn
For loved ones rudely torn away.
Go ask that wife, in anguish bowed
O'er husband slain in manhood's prime,
By rum's diseasing influence rile,
What are its woes to Woman-kind.
These stricken youths of care bereft,
And generous father's guiding hand,
How crushing falls their griovoui loss,
What stern redress their case demand.
And yet Great God, can it be true,
An hundred thousand yearly go
Down this pointing drunkard's path.
Through darkest crimes and deepest war.
Of our own country's favored sons,
And yet we hesitate and fear,
To raise our legal arm of power,
And crush this rum-fiend's rile career I
fh, view the black-man once crushed down,
How standing uprignt, strong and tree,
Twas law that made him what he is,
Bedeemed from the corse of slavery.
Enact, my countrymen, just laws
To rule this fiend with iron rod,
And show jour love for human-kind,
And reverence for nature's God.
And millions in our own fair land,
With hands upraised shall bless your Dame,
And millions more across the seas,
Bhall see your acts and do tha came.
With psa grand from share to shore,
The world redeemed, its voice shall raise,
Until the farthest peopled land,
Bhall shout in rythm your glorious praise.
And Angels from their home of bliss,
Shall twine a wreath around your brow,
f evergreen, immortellis,
Which blooms forever bright as now.
A FUNERAL REVERIE. DR. W. N. HAMBLETON.
Sept. 19th, '71.
THE PROSPECTS.
Early in the campaign, the pros
pects were that the Democracy
would carry the State of Ohio-at
the coming election, bat the face of
things bas changed, and there is
Tittle or no doubt bat that the He
publicans will carry the State by a
majority eqaa! to that of last year.
The reasons for this aammer-saalt
are evident to all who are aceus
tomed to reading tha pablio prints,
sod may be enumerated as follows:
First, many Democrats, look upon
the "new departure" as does Col.
John 1L Concell, of Lancaster,
and they will either absent them
selves from the polls, or else they
will vole the Prohibition ticket.
Second, the breaking down of
SleCook before the campaign had
fairly commenced,, has served to
lake the spirit oat of those who
were his strongest and most enthu
aiastio adherents.
Third, the New York City riot,
and the expose relative to the swin
dlicg operations of the New York
City G overmen t have contributed
no little to the disadvantage of the
Democrats.
These matters, with some others
that might be mentioned, such as
the death of Vallandignam, the
sickness of Judge Thurman and H.
J. Jewett, have made the prospects
rather dark for the Democracy of
Ohio this Fall, and the party may
be said to be routed, horse, loot and
dragoon, even before the battle bas
.begun.
The effects of this state of affairs
are plainly visible even hers in
Morgan Coanty. With all the ad
vantage that it has been conceded
the Democrats would have by
means of a thorough canvass in the
interest of the Prohibition party,
and conceding that the Prohibition
ticket will get five hundred votes
in the County, yet, from the pres
eat outlook, there is no doubt but
that every .Republican on the Coun
ty ticket will be elected.
The Democratic Meeting.
We have not a great deal of
space to bestow on the Democratic
Meeting, hold here on Monday; and,
truly, it was not deserving of a
great deal.
After drumming up everybody,
mon, women and children, Demo
crats, Republicans and Prohibition
ists, that could be induced to at
tend, about two hundred and fifty
persona were assembled at the
Grove. James Moore, ol Malta, act
ed as Chairman, and he announced
that the ppcakcrs advertised had
failed to be on hand, and that the
audience- would have to listen to
the effusions of some heme talent
and, therefore bo introduced the
"IMMORTAL J. M."
Gaylord, who is always ready to
act as a substitute for all failing
femocratio speakers. "J. M
talked for about a half hour, during
which the andionce was mannerly
enough to maintain the most re
spectable silence, and then finding
himttelf getting hoarse, he closed by
thanking the audience for their en
thusiastic reception of tho Iruths (7)
be enunciaieJ.
The Chairman next introduced
Fred. W. Moore, the self-styled
"PATB10T AND STATESMAN,"
who talked about three-quarters of
an hour. Alooro a speech was not
bad, on the other hand it was quite
entertaining, and bad many good
points ia it, the most noticeable
among which was the assertion that
he did not "appear before thorn (the
audience; as a clap-trap politician,
indulging in ecorrility, but as
patriot and STATESMAN I" At
this juncture, we thought the audi
ence showed alarming signs of bad
breeding. Instead of bareing their
heads and placing themselves in
position to listen, on bended knees,
to the resurrected Webster that
stood before them, they tee-heed,
and winked at each other, and
punched each other with their el
bows, and done all sorts of rode
things.
At the conclusion of Moore s
speech, adjourment was made to
meet at the polls on the cay of the
election, but after the dispersing of
the audience it was ascertained that
James R. Hubbell, of Deleware, this
State, had finally arrived, and, there
upon, posters were issued announ
cing that that gentleman would ad'
dress the poople from the Court
House steps in the evening.
ADont one hundred and fifty
persons assembled to here Mr. Hub-
bell, and be talked to them for a-
bout an hoar and a half, endeavor
mg to show up the character of
Grant, as President, in no enviable
ght. Me bad nothing whatever
) eav about State affairs, and one
would say to hear him talk we are
the eve of a Presidential elec
tion, not a State election.
After the evenin? meeting, which
closed at about sino o'clock. Hub-
bell, accompanied by "J. M.," and
other of his Democratic, friends, ad-
ourned to his room m the New Era
HoteL Here these worthies, who
are essaying to be leaders of the
Democracy, indulged '.n one of the
most disgraceful 'drunks' that ever
disturbed a respectable house and
tho guests thereof. Kincaid, the
landlord, we are told, had to go to
the room and inform them that
such "carryings-on" were not allow
ed under his roof, and even after
this their obscene jests and boister
ous laughter were to be heard
throughout the entire house, It is
said that Hubbell got very "sick"
after his comrades left him. So en
dec! the Democratic meeting.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE!
.
jr jukj a
Keep it before lbs people that
Mueller, Williams and Hosmer. on
the Republican State ticket, are no
torious drinking characters, and
that no Republican paper in Ohio
disputes the assertion.
Keep it before the people that
Mueller, the Republican Candidate
for Lieutenant Govonor, is a Ger
man Liberal, opposed to the Chris
tain Sabbath, and in favor of the
repeal of all Temperance laws.
.keep it before tbe people that
R. M. Stimson, Republican Candi
date for the State Senate, don't deny
that he "occasionally indulges in
alcholio drinks." and that he has
been in the habit ot keeping alchol
10 stimulants in his sanctum for
his own and his friends uso.
Keep it before the people that
Kicbard Stanton, Kopnoucan Can
didate lor liepresentatiye was one
of the first to nrge the organization
of Ibe rrohibition party in Morgan
County, and that he is now one ef
its most hostile adversaries: that he
now acknowledges the principle of
Prohibition to be correct, and that
cannot be earned into effect
through the Republican party, and
that be still continues to be a can
didate ol the Republican party. He
"cannot serve both uod and mam
mon" 1
Keep it before the people that
James B.McGrew, Republican Can
didate for Auditor, pledged him
self to vote the Prohibition State
ticket, in 1869, by signing a paper
to that enect, and that bo violated
that pledge, and afterwards denied
making It until the paper was pro
dnced showing bis signature. That
he promised Finly J. Ryan not to
bo a candidate against him in Con
vention this year, and that ho vio
lated this promise.
Keep it before the people that
A. D. Havener, Republican Candi
date for Sheriff, bolted the Repub
Mean nomination of two years ago
for Sheriff, and defeated the Re
publican Candidate by accepting
the nomination of the people's par
ty, and that he forced the Repub
lican County Convention, of this
year, to re-nominate him by threat
ening to be a candidate for re-election
at all hazards.
Keep it before the people that
Cyrus M. Roberts, Republican Cani
didate for Clerk of the Court, is a
pretty good fellow, notwithstand
ing he bas an eye to the "bread and
butter," and is acquainted with lots
of big folks about Washington.
One of our citizens, who thought
at first that he could not take but
one share in the Railroad, has in
creased his subscription to five
chares.
A Drunken And Wicked Nation.
don.
We say this of the American na
tion and people. To illustrate the
statement that we are a drunken
nation, we use the figures that state
the aggregate amount of money
paid by the drinkers for that which
makes drunkenness, during the
past year. In round numbers the
whole population of the United
States may be put down at 40.000,
000. In 1SG3, the sum of money
paid for drink was nearly ono bill
ion and a half dollars. The in
crease sinco that tune would justi
fy us m saying that for the past
year, ending at tins dale, the a-
mount is 1,000,000,000. Divido this
amount by 40,000,000. the number
of inhabitants, and it will give 40
to each ns a proportion. Divid
this population into families, and it
will give 8,000,000. families. Each
family has a man at its bead. As
the head of tho family is the drink
er of the ianiily he consumes under
the estimate alone a value of 200
As one-half drink (which probably
is below tbe trne number,) then
each of theso consumes S-100 ol v.il
no, or one dollar per day each. We
invito every reader to look at these
injures, lor they do not misropre
sent and falsify, as politicians and
interested frequently do. They tew
a tale of facts that cannot be denied
contradicted or evaded. They
show ns to bo a drunken nation be
yond dispute.
To illustrate that wo are a wick
ed nation we uso the same facts. If
there be 4,000,000 of fathers drink
ers and drunkards, in the TJ. S.
then there are 4,000,009 of wives-
united with these drinkers ana
drunkards, and 12,000,000 of child
ren of whom these 4,000,000 of fath
ers are parents. Thes 4,000,000 of
fathers have bad and do exercise
choice to drink or omit drinking.
Theso 16,000,000 of wives and chil
dren exercise no choice in the mat
ter whatever, but victims nnprO'
tected and unshielded by any pow
er from this torrent of suffering and
aoatn mat pours upon them from
the American dram-shop, the very
Vesuvius of hell. When 2,500,000
slaves were in bondage in the na
tion to cruel and greedy taskmas
ters, sold in the market as beasts
and work on the plantation to feed
tho lazy manstealers, the tongues of
good men and the press to some ex
tent, oy tneir combined action a
woke tho nation to a realizing sense
of the crimes it was aiding these
wicked men to commit against the
weak and defensoless slave
A six-fold greater number than
these are suffering under another
painful system of crime, inflicting
deeper wound ana keener an
guish upon the sfferer, and the
band of the nation is with these
cruel murderers and robbers of
families. The Goverment has failed,
neglected, and wilfully omitted to
shield and protect these Buffering
ones. Is ot only has it committed
this crime, but it has willingly and
wickedly aided these men to inflict
theso outrages on the helpless and
innocent for gain, by "giving them
license, permission and authority
thus to do, and tbe wages exacted
by tbe goverment of these basest of
men is the millions of revenue they
together pay. O, shame 1 shame I
on our goverment that derives its
financial life from a system that
wastes and destroys tho wives and
children of the nation. Pagan
Rome never stooped to so low and
base a system of revenue. The
res and children of that nation
were its crown jewels. Tbe Roman
kings and rulers, though Pagans.
had sonsfl and hnmnnitr rmnnrrh. to
Ikaard well this fountain of contm
" V
ued maintenance and supply. Our
boasted Christian nation, for the
consideration of revenue ia a few
paltry dollars, hands over these
our real crown jewels, to be victims
of destruction, to feed the greed of
a class ol men too lazy and infa
mous to liyo by any honest employ
ment. Our Senators and Legisla
tors enter the rings that these men
get up, and for the consideration of
money that they may make out of
it, use their power and position to
aid these men grind and destroy the
peoplo. Political parties and pol
iticians are scheming with these
wretches and conspiring with them
against the welfare of the people
for the aid tbey may render them
to get into office or :n support of
party.
Take tbe status ot things as we
see them to-day in Cuyahoga coun
ty and no man with five grains of
preception can fail to boo that the
Republican party has sunk down to
the level with the dram-shop, and
is upon its knees to this system of
abomination. Twelve hundred of
these murder, robber and pauper
institutions in this city pour out
their streams of destruction and
taxation upon its industry and
prosperity, and the press and poli
ticians that represent this party
are silent as to any condemnation
of them, and they are basely and
meanly trading our present and
future prosperity as a city in ex
change for tbe votes that the dram
shop can control. Looking upon
the facts as tbey are on all sides, it
is enough to fill ono with sadness
and dismay. And Cuyahoga Coun
ty is an ep-.tome of tbe whole land
upon this matter. The whole na
tion in its politics, is ono vast dram
shop whisky-ring. The Tammany
Ring in New York is nothing to be
comparea 10 it in magnitude as 10
crime. If tbat is black in guilt, the
other is blackest. To tho Republi
can politician who would pull out
of the eye the Tammany tnoto, we
would say, first pull tbe whisky
ring beam out of your own eye,
then shall thou be consistently
right in pulling the Tammany mote
from its eye.
Oars is a wicked nation in that
it conspires with these men to com
mit crime by granting license and
permission to sell liquor. It is a
wicked cation in that it neglects
the highest ana best duty of a na
tion, and that is to protect its weak
and helpless members against the
acts of vicious and criminal men.
Prohibition Era.
Rev. C. W. Coubthigiit married
three couples yesterday, and
was cot a good day for
weddings, either.
er
ZAXESYILLE
. B. USWIS & G
DEALERS I2T
BUILDING MATERIAL!
of
HarHebeil Mantles,
Fine and Common Fire Fronts !
THE PCBLIC ere eorJially invited to call and see us at JTO.S9, Main
Street, Zanesvllle, Onlo. V. B. LEWIS & CO.
Sept. 22, 187I-4w.
W. H. RUTLEDGE. F.G.BAlLEY.
Mutledgc & Bailey,
Alters' Block, No. S Main Street, Zanesvllle, Ohio,
ETiTe opned a complfte Stock of Yelrets, Hody and Tapestry Brnseelp, Extra 6a
persSaperBaes. Medium Sooerp. In era id. Tenet IADS. Dntch WfMil- fTntiaiPP. Hmn
aod Kag Csrpets. ALSO Wall Papers. Window shsdes, Malt, Rags. Oil Cloths. Ac.
Agents for Marbleized Mantles. We iDTits the Public to call and examine our
SKwk. f Jane 3. 18T1.
MALTA BUSINESS CARDS.
J. M. ROGERS. R. LUTTOJf.
J. M, 1I0GERS & CO,,
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta,
Itg-'AU Orders Promptly Attended To ! -Qx
April 21, 1871-ly.
GEORGE
West side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio,
C1HBW1IE, TlSffiEE, STCVS tad STCTE TBIIXim FiEZClQ CTE.1SI1S,
AND INVITES ALL TO CALL ON HIM.
Special attention given to the
A pent for the sale ot the celebrated
old low for casb.
nj ftocfe, ftoJioJis,
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner
always on nana
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS.
?7 AR, BOOTS ASD SHOES, &.C., &c.
tSf New Goods received regularly, as
thing sold at the lowest cash figure.
goods.
UlSIXESS CARDS.
JCR1CULTIE1L IXFLEIini!
CARPENTER'S TOL8 I
the
J. JDAY1S.
Ohio, keep constantly ou hand
JANEWAY,
keeps a well selected assortment of
trade in Stores and Store Trimmioes
"Clioner Mower A Reaper." Everuhins
i April zi, isii ly.
goois scV Shoes, fc.
of Front and Eell Sts., Malta, Ohio, hat
a complete s'.ocs ct
GROCERIES, QUEENS
a flourishing trade demands. Ererj
Country Produce tatten in exchange for
April 21, 1871 -ly.
Efiflw,
CQCH11R, EDZILl 6 CO.
(Cochran,
50
gozman,
SOrTHTTEST SIBE OF THE
PXJBLIO
SQUARE,
M'CONNELSTILLE, O..
Sealers in
HARDWARE, HOUSE-FURNISHING
GOODS,
ARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C.&C.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Given to th
r arming Implement
AND
Blachmery Trade.
IjOWERS&REAPERjj!
j SOLE AGEXTS jjj
in this locality for the sale of tha
Celebrated
CHAMPION
Mowers & Reapers,
WORLD
Mower & Reaper,
and the
RUSSELL
Mower & Reaper,
MAHCrASTDSSBSOr
Cook & Heating Stoves,
and odd pieces of all the varieties of Cook
Stoves in the country ; all kinds of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Bait Hetties,
and Bait Flanges, Sugar Kettles, Pots, Grid
dles. Skillets, about twenty different pat
ns of Plow Points, Machine Castings for
Steamboats, Saw Mills, Salt Works, Mow
ers and Reapers ; also Cast Iron Chimney
Tops, Window Caps, Cellar window Grat
ings, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Desks and Seats.
Tin-ware.
Have constantly on hand, manafaclured
their order, all mannor of Tin-ware, Btova
Trimmings, Ac.
Blacksmitliing
Manufacturers of Water Tweers. Mandrill
Swedges, Ac, for Blacksmiths.
iiemember the f lace :
Soth-west Side of the Public Square
U'CONKELSVILLB, O.
I. L. JE.1il.1S.
THE LARGEST
QDEENSWARE STORE
E. L. JENKINS,
IMPORTER A .ID DE1LES IH
QUEEN 8 WARE I
CfllNAI
GLASS I AND
EARTHEN WAKE I
North side of Center street, between
East and Penn streets,
r&cCoanelsville, Ohio.
REASONS FOB PATRONIZING JEN
KIN'S ESTABLISHMENT 1
1st. Jenkins imports his own goods
and is thereby able to undersell all
who purchase at second hand.
2nd. He has the largest establish
ment, and most complete variety of
goods in Southeastern Ohio, and you
are enabled to get just what you want
do not have to take just what you
an get.
3rd. Living amongst us, Jenkins
helps to build up the business of the
community, and it is no more than
right that community should build
him up instead of goiDg off to Zanes
ville, or some such point to buy your
goods.
-At Jenkins' in
Hijqqeg.ioiftblG Kefy !
OKOTER BAKER. j
&R0VEB
&
BAKEH'S
SEWING
MACHINES
Wert awarded the bluest Premiums at
thi State Fairs of
New Tork,
Yermont,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania,
Ohio,
Indians,
Michigan,
Wisconsin,
and Iowa.
KoctacLy,
Tennessee,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Tirgtnia,
North Carolinia,
Califoraia,
aud Oregon.
First Prizes
Ilavt also Uso awarded thes Machiaea
al the sihibiiioos of
LONDON,
PABI3,
DUBLIN,
LINZ,
BESANCON,
DATONNB,
BT. DIlIKIt,
& CHALONS
Thr h!ftMt nrlrft. TTTK PBfSS
OF THE LEGION OF llONOIi, was
cooler red on tae representative of the
G rover k Biker Sewing Machines, at the
Exposition Universal!;, Paris, 18S7, tbns
attesting their great superiority over all
oiuer oawiDg atacoinei.
4 4 k h i k i
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
Beauty and Elasticity of Stick.
Pcrfct&o and Simplicity of Machinery.
No fattening of team ly Xand and no
wattt of thread.
Wide range of application without change
of adjustment.
The seam retains Its beauty and nrmcess
after washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kind's of work done by
other sewing machines toe iLiastic sutcb
machine executes the most beautiful and
permsDeal Embroidery and ornament
tl work.
ALEX FINLEY is tbe General
Agent for tbe sale of tbe G rover & Ba
ker Shuttle or Lockstitch Machine, aod
the Elastie.Stitch. or Two Spool Ma
chine, in the Coonties of Morgan, Ath
ens, Hocking, Washington, Muskingum
and Viotoo, atd bas bis Traveling Ag
ent) all thiODgh these Coonties, Per
sons wishing a Erst-class Sewing Ma
chine, just what is needed for family nse,
should call on Mr. Finley or on of his
agents. JJ. B. VI.NUK.M' a aao.
are his sgests in McOsonelsviils.
es
of
an
or
1
tbe
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bnt
at
to
Msy 1M, IBTi u.
M l. S I . a v r. ',
Executor's Notice.
The undersigned has been duly appoin
ted executor of tha last will and testament
ot Joseph Frisby, late of Morgan county,
Ohio. iso Pasksk.
Sept. 15,1871 3 w.
Farm for Sale !
160 acres In Union township 110 of
1 -rea:iana, 30 acres bottom,
good frame house, log barn, good well
good lbank. Price
$3,000. Payments easy. Must be sold
and somebody will get a bargain.
For particulars, call on E. M. btanbe
ry, McConnelsville, Ohio.
July 7th, 1871-tf.
Legal Ifotlce.
William A. Sturgeon. Admin
istrator of Estate of .Richard
Dunnington, deceased,
- Probate
t'ourtof
Morgan
Cjontr,
Ohio.
Aleidana Dnnnington, ttaLJ
rsriTios TO atu LAJTD.
ATrl.I.n. Tlnnn;nn. T v . '
ton,.and Samuel Dunnington, who reside
' V.nioB County, in tha State of Iowa,
William r DnnntnLni, 1. - -1
ths Btata of Indiana, and Parley Duntine-
lnn Kliaahath Cn.l.. ..J T1.:j S
who reside in tbe But of Minnesota, will
takanntira that T. A
. - - uuuuuiauiHor aa
aforesaid, hare filed a petition In tha
Court of Probet, of aaid Morgan County,
Ohio, against them and others, the object
and prsjerof which ia to obtain an order
to sell to pay j,bts tha following- real es
tate, situate iB the township of Malta
County of Momn. and State r fiK;
wit : Being cart of fractional
10. town No. 10 nnn Nn. 11 .i i.
sold at Zsnesville, Ohio, containing one
aera. mora o. t. Kain h . t .
sold and conveyed by Francis A. Barker
vaiAiai na DII1WI HI Illia IV 1 1 ri fAFfl
8th day of July, A. D., 18S, and recorded
in Record "I," Kecorde of Deeds of Mor
gan county, Ohio, at page 18J, to which for
a mora tW.k il.wpint:nn s.
hereby made, and that said petition will
u ivi unriogga uiMin uay Ol UCtoDer
next, at 10 o'clock, A M.
WH.T.liM a BTiTBnrnT
tor of Richard Dunnington, deceased.
Sept. 8th, 18T1 tw.
KOTICE.
Ira Boot, of Ionia. In tbe Stat of Michi
gan, will take notice that David Mnmmav.
f. .ths eounty of Morgan, in the State of
uuio, aia, on tno mn day or August, 18T1,
uia i pennon in me court ol Common
Pleas, within and for tha county of Morgan,
Ohio, againit the said Ira Boot and the
McConnelsville Carbon Oil Co.. defendant.
setting forth that said Company is ineopor
ated under the law of Ohio; that it is In
debted to plaintiff in the sum ef l,eS7.tS
and interest thereon from May 1st. lsss :
that said Company is insolvent and has no
property within reach of any process of
w i-ouri; roai saia trauootiaa stock
holder therein, bavins twentv-ona aharta
tucrooi oi mo nominal value ol iwenty-ona
uuaureu uouara ; mat saia kooi nas paid
no part of the creditors of the said Com
pany, and is liable to the creditors in the
sum or his said stock ; and praying judge
ment againt said Boot for said snm of si.
6JT 50 and interest from the 1st dav of Mav
1889 ; that an order of Attachment has
been sued out. and nnlesa said Boot shall
answer ny tbe 1 1st day of next October, the
petition will be taken aa trueand judgement
rendered accordingly.
UAVID MUMMXT.
By S. M. Etasbsst, his Atfy.
Sept. 1st. 18T1,- w.
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C. L. HALL,
TThole"aIe and Befall
DIALER IN
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SHILLINEUY GOODS,
BELL STREET,
MALTA, OHIO.
ML BUSINESS DONE ON
STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM I.
Not. 11 1870-tf.
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TUTTI.V the old mortar of "Bad Medi.
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effectual ; but it is bo longer necessarily
dangerous, piioful or disgusting. The re
markable Aerve tonio arterient assiits lha
process of digestion, and is conducive of
most perieci physical and mental eooai-
tinnft T hev nra ilvananala. fcaadaeha
. j - - - f i ,
sallowness, bilionsness aod irregularities,
their treatest sneeesa is in actinr as a
preventive of these disorders. If not found
the nearest Druggists, enclose uny cu.
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April 2? in, lot i zmo.
Favs and Parasols cheaper thaa the
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fN MILLION OF LIVES
l Jt is one Of the re
markable facts of this remarkable age; not
merely that so many persona are the victims
f dyspepsia ot indigestion, bnt its willing'
victims. Now, we wsuld not be understood
to say that any one regards dyspepsia with
"wi vr Kxia uiapoeau to rans it among
the luxuries of life. Far from it. Those
who have ezperienoed Its torments would
scout such an Idea. Mark Tapley, who was
jolly under all the trying eirenmstanees io
which be was placed, never had an attack of
dyspepsia, or his jollity would have speedi
ly forsaken him. Men aod women some
times suffer its tortures uncomplainingly,
but whoever beard of a person who enjoyed
tbemf Of all the multifarious diseases to
which tbe hamau system Is liable, there is,
perhaps, none so generally prevalent ssdy
pepsla. If there is a wretched bticg in tbv
wo:lJ it is
jA ConjSrmtd Dytpepiie I
Bat it Is not oar Intention to demnt otr
ne horrors ot Datvnla ir ha aai.r
that djspepsia Is perhaps the most univer
sal of human diseases; This is emphatic
ally the case in the United starM vhth.
er this general prevalence is due to the
cuaracicr oi iae iooa, toe method of its
preparation, or the basty mtnotr in which
it is usually swallowed. I Tin I nnw nfAvinsr
to explain. Tbe great fact with which we
ars called to deal is this :
Lytpeptia Treraitt
almost unlversally.'Nearly every oiler per
son too meet is a victim, and annnti.
a willing one ; for were not this the case,
woy so many surorers, when a certain spee
dy aod safe remedy is within tbe easy
reach of all who desire to avail themselves
of it f Bat tha maioritv will not mind
ed bv Brerudiee. or delarrl ha mim
unexplained Inflaence. tbey refuse to ac
cept tbe reliel proffered tbem. They tnra
a deaf ear to ths testimony of the thous
ands wnoseiunerrngs nave Deen alleviated,
and with strange infatuation, appear to
cling with desperate detsrmioatioo to their
ruthless tormentor. But ssts a dyspeptic:
i is iqi nmeuy i to wnicu we reply s
This great alleviator of bnman
almost as widely koown as the English latr
guags. It bas allayed tbe agonies of thon
saods, and Is today carrying comfort aod
eneonragement to tlioossad of others.
This acknowledged panacea is none other
Than Dr. Uoofand t German Bitter,
Would T0Q know mora of tha inertia nf
this wonderful medicine than can ba learn
ed from Ibe eiperieoca of others t fry i
yourself, aod when It bss failed to fulfill
ins measure oi its escsev given by tha
proprietor, then abandon faith in It L
Lt it Be Rtmemlered,
first of all, that EOOFLAXD'S 3srxisu
Bittrs Is not a ram bevsrsg. They are
not alcoholie la any seose of lbs term'.
Tbey are composed wholly of the pure juice
or vital principle o! toots. This Is sot
mere sstcMIod. Tbe extracts from whisb
they are compounded are prepared by one
of the ablest German chemists. Unlike a
ny other Bittsrs In tbe market, tbey are
wholly free from eniritnons ingredients.
Tbe objectiooi which hold with so aach
force agalntt preparations of thissltss,
namely that a desire for intojieatinw
drinks Is stimulated by their nse, sre sot
valid In ths case of ths Giunto Bittsrs.
8o far from enenoraging or Incalcatisg a
tests et desire for laekrlstlsg btveratrss.
it may be corftMsalty srrti tht theis
tendency Is la a diametiieaUy ey posits i
rssMoa. Tkslr efftets eaobs
Stntfcud On)y
in all cams of ths biliary system. Fesf
land's Germaa Bitters etftd withnst s t
qost, acting promptly ssd vigoress.'y ihi
ths Liver ; they rearove its torpMity asd
cause healthful seeretloo of bile thereby
supplying the stomach with the mo! iadis
penisblo elements of soand digestion
proper proportion!. Tbey giv tosa to tae
stomach slimolating its faseties. asd
eoablicg it lo perform its daties as Batars
designed it sboa'l do.
Th Purify the Blotd,
cleassing tbe vital laid of all ksrtfal f-i
n fit its and supplaatirg tkrn ritk f s!s
meuts of geiains fteallk.'slsees. E,-tin
that most generally prevalent, diatrsffinfs
and dreadsd disease, Dyspepsia,
They Stand Unrivaled.
Vow, tiers ars tertalo clashes of pe srjus
to whoat strere Bitters sis sot oily n
palatable, but who find It impsiblst
take them without positive dieeomfcrt.
For such Dr. HocJUndt German Tonit tat
been specially prtpared. This preparatioa
is not only palatable, bnt eombises, is ais
diStd form, all ths virtues of tbe fiersiaa
Bitter. Jo cases ot languor or eset'eivs
debility, where the system spsears tobavs
become exhamtsd of its energies. Hot)
fland'a Ten! e sets with almost arv
eloos effect. Iigfwsstrtogtb towcakaesa
aod throws despondency to ths wlads.
Bat Dr. Hoofissd's beoetsctiosi Is the it
mao race art not eonflned to h is celebrated
Gemma DIttert, or bis invalnable
Tonic Be has prepared another Btedieise,
which is rapidly winning way to popular
favor because of its Intrinsic merit', ibis
is Rga. nooflaad'a PetlephyMla
PIUS, a perfect sabstitnts fcrmreory,
without any of mercury's evil qualities.
These wooderfol Pills, which are iotsoded
to act upoo ths Liver, are mainly eosipo
edof Podophylliu, or ths Tital Friesipls
of ths Mandrake Boot It Is tbe medicin
al virtues of this bealthgiviog plant.
Tts Pbodopbyllin sets directly on the Liv
er. Tbe sxtrsel ot Mandrake contaiaed ia
tbem Is ikillfnlly combined with four ether
extracts, thas producing a pill that isfu-
eceestfce entire digestive and alimentary
lyjtem.and lo Us action la entirely free frosa
nausea, roesessiog these much desirable
qualities, the Podopbyllln becomes invaln-
abls as a FanUy PILL Qi No
Hoosehold should be without tbem. They
are psrfectly ssfs, require bst two for ai
ordinary doss, are prompt aod tScistt ia
action, aod whea used in connection with
Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, or Tonic;
may be regarded as certain specifics in all
esses of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia er aey
of tbs disorders to which tbe system is ord
inarily subject, Tks POCOPHT
LLI.Y Pills act upoa ths stomach and las
bowels, while the Bitten or Toais purity
the blood.
DR. nOOFEAXD,
having provided Inter nal remedies for V
eases, bas given tbs world ooe mainly fog
external application, io ths wonderful pre
paration known as
Dr. Hoofland's Greek OH.
This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains k
aches of all kinds. Bhanmatiom, Neural
gia, Toothache, Chilblains, Sprains and
Barns, Pain in ths Back and Loins, Ring
worm, As.. Ao.. Ac, all yield to its exter
nal application. Tbs number of cures ef
fected by it la astonishing-, and thev ara
increasing every day.
Taken internally, it is a cure for Heart
burns, Sidney Diseases, Sick Headaches,
Colic, Dysentery. Cholera Morbus, and
Cramps, Pains in ths stomach, Colds, As
thma, Ac
Tha Greek Oil u connoted entirely of
bsaling gums and essential oils. Ths princ
ipal ingrediedn I ie aa oily substance, pro
cured in tbe southern part of Greece. Ita
effects as destroyer of paio ars trnly mgi
cal. Thousands have been benefitted by
use, and a trial by those who ere skept
ical will thoroagbly con ri ace them of its
inestimable value.
These remedies will be sent by express to
any locality, upoa application to tbe prin
cipal office, at the German Medicine Store.
. -a, . L- yl.:t.
u 0i jarcn ai;cvfc, a una.
CHAS. M. EVAXS.ProD'r.
Formerly C. M. Jackson A Co.
These semedies are for sals by DruinrUta:
Storekeeper-, and medians Dealers stery-

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