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A Maine Liquor Law to be Urged
In Ohio.
At the late Tcrapcranco State Con
vention at Columbus it was resolved
to submit the following resolutions to
the State Legislature, which meets
next January :
The coramittce-to whom was referred
the subject of ft memorial to the Legis
lature of the State respectfully report
the following recommendations ; That
the Convention request the Executive
Committee, at an early day, to take
the best legal counsel, and mature the
most radical, and at the same time the
most practicable measures, looking to
tbe attainment ot the iollowmg objects:
1. The enactment by the General
Assembly of tho State of Ohio, at -its
next session, of a , law prohibiting en
tirely the of intoxicating liquors
within tho State, except for medicinal
or mechanical purposes, and providing
that rales for these purposes shall be
made only by persons under bonds of
t least one thousand dollars not to vio
late such law; and
2. The enactment of a law providing
for the establishment within the Stute
of an asylum for inebriates; and that
the Executive Committee be requested
to prepare and distribute throughout
the State suitable forms of petitions for
the signatures of the people, and to use
tho most efficient measures to secure
tho passage of such laws by the Legislature."
The Man Who Getteth on a Spree
The following, from the Richmond
Examiner, may possibly have somi ap
plication in this latitude :
There is a class of men of peculiar
habits in every community, not only
in the populous city, but in the quiet
and peaceful country villnge, whose
hearts nre opon to generous impulses,
and whose minds are not unfrequvntly
endowed with gen ins, at whom. the
Thariseo points the finger of scorn, and
for whose short-comings nd failings
society in general has but little sym
pathy. We allude to the habitual
epieer the man who gcttcth up be
times in tho morning and cock-tuileth,
and repcateth the dose an indefinite
number of times, until his brain
whirlcth, his legs refuseth their oflice,
and he binketh down on tho soft side
of the pavement, u helpless victim to
the wiles of Bourbon or needle gun
whisky, as the case may be. Such men
often Jiecp sober for many weeks, and
then, uudcr the influence of the times,
fancied misfortune, or a well-tilled
purse, think they may venture to take
one drink. It will dixpel care, raise
the spirits, and set thorn on their feet
cguiu: The drink is taken, and this
drink begettelh an appetite for another.
The spirits begin to rise, and a happy
feeling of prosperity warms up the
heart. The devoteo of John Barley
corn has commenced his practico at
the bar in earnest. A purty of jolly
fellows come in, and he treated, and is
treated in return. Ilia little pile ol
currency becomes -'small by degrees
and beautifully less.'' So long as it
lasts he is generous, and never lacks
for "appends" to join him in a drink.
Finally his legs begin to get drunk,
but his brain ia clear. . Ho knows what
he is about, and will stop when he has
got enough. Another drink, and
another, until a search of tho inner
most recess of his pocket fails to bring
to light another dime. Ho asks the
barkeeper for credit. "AVe don't do
business in that way," is tho ready re
ply. By this time ho is pretty drunk
all over, staggers out, and falling into
Borue friendly doorway, finks into the
arms of "nature's swoet restorer, balmy
sleep." If he happens to escape the
notico of the vigilant policeman, he
awakes at . a luto hour of tho night,
minus hut and shoes, whioli have been
taken possession of by some wayfarer
whose necessities doubtless drove him to
the act. Hatlces and shoeless he goes
to his lodgings, and after a troubled
sleep wakes up with a burning thirst
xie bis no money, nut must nave a
drink and he gets it. In fact, a man
can manage by shrewd engineering to
got wh'iBky when he can't get anything
else. The experiments ot the peevious
day are repeated, and kept up, per
haps, for a week, when the jolly chap
becomes sick, takes medicine, sees the
folly of his course, makes marvelous
resolutions, and swears ho will never
touch another drop. And, generally
speaking, ho nevor does until the
next time. Upon tno least rising or
sinking of the mercury in the mental
thermometer, hois olt'uguiri, showing
that fair promises, liko pie-crust, are
easily broken.
There are many young men of ex
cellent business qualifications, who
will doubtless recognize their own da
guerreotype in the picture we havo
drawn. It is this class who ought
never to taste a drop. Your old soaker
can take his rerulai dmnm witli no im -
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mediate peiceptiblo ttloot ; but it telU
on him in tuno, ana tuo inun wuu iiie
finker gcU alter limi, ttooner or later,
lint Mitr youn man tvlio ha cni rcij
a habit of hpivein can never drink,
without getiin; druuk, whereby he
lotieit the conii'lcnco of hi t-uiployer,
pluuoit hiti family into the dojitha of
woe, and finally beoonioa an outcast
' foul oocicty, and the abaociate of bum
tnern and vn;jabonda. And, having
brought him to this level, we close our
briol aermou on the man who getUib
on iproo. 9
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THE CLD FARMERS' EXCHANGE.
J.&C.LJIall
BELL 3TIIELT,
MALTA, OUZO,
Have Jis4 eeaasd t eemplete etoek of
ONSISTIKO IK FAST OT
DRKS8 UOOOd,
CASIIMKRKS,
IsERlNOS,
MOHAIRS,
.A LP A CCA t),
ritlN rS,riowsjle,
UALMORAL SKIRTS,
1100 1 SKI Ri d,
DfcLAlNM,
CLOAKINUS,
SUAYVLS,
CASdIMERBil,
BATINEItf,
CLOlIl!,
JKAN3
I1KAVT k BLKACI1KD MUSLINS,
MIIIKUNU FLANNKL,
NOTIONS, QUEKXSWARH,
'BOOTS AND SUOKH,
HATS AND CAPS, A.., As.
ALSO
Ladies' Furs
G R O C E R 1 ES
OF ALL KINDS.
C coidls)' Irvl'e oui fi ende to rail and tt
inn . our ti k I efme I'urdm-li'g tl ewhtre.
ae aie atirnro thai e kii Mil i nri u im
rtratwit. fcetee IM !tMuitlu euiw.ng ear
no9 J. i C. L. HALL.
HOLMES'
BOOT l.KD SHOE LUrOXItU.
n A. VIVO I.KASKD TUB ROOM
NKXT TO TIU POSTOrTK.E, and bating
uurclissed an exteilvot eeeuriuieut of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
A3 WELL Al A I'll! MS STOCK OT
Leather and Shoe Findings
1 eat ureuarsd to m ate to order, abort netiee,
aey-tliiug ia ear liua.
I Challenge Competition,
EITHER IS STOCK OR WORKMANSHIP
Of rof old ctutoinera I invite a continuance of
pntriinaiie. and in tlinaa who wish to be enliieH
Hli-Mrd Willi tbeir pumiaaes la git ma a tiial.
Vine Iml tue heat sleek ueed.aad uvue but tbe
vary tail wuikuieu eiujilojed.
EASTERN" WORK
of the bet manufacture kept cGHalantly on Laud,
aud will ba sold clicay aa ttie cheapest.
J. W. HOLMES, .
NEXT OGOR TO THE POST-OFFICE,
M'CONNCESf ILLE, OHIO.
Mlll-tf
MADAME E
T. THORSTO.V, the great
Engli.li Asirologisl, Cluirvoyonl uud l'eychoin
etriciuu, who bue asluniaiieu the secientilio
claaaos of the Old Word, haa now located her-
aclt at lludaon, N. Y. Madumo.Thornton poa
Sfes au'h wonilerful powers ol' aeiorid sight,
as to runhlc her to impart kuuwludiro of the
greulcfet iuiportfliit'e toiije single or murried
eillier sex. While in a slulo of trance she de
lineates the very features of tue pt-r.ou you are
to marry, and by the aid of an in.truuient
nileiise power, ku
uown us the I'aycliuiiiotroiic.
f;uaruriii'S to pronute a iiiu-iiku p.ciure oi iu
luiure iiuxliaud or wife nl' I he ujijilicunl, lo-
irvlijer Willi flute or iiiurrnign, ixi.hiuu in rue
Icudliu inula ol' i fmrueitr, 4c. Tliia iaiioliuin
btiu. ua tliounuuila ol' teaiiniuiiiuU can naacit.
1 w,,e" d"i";'1. '
, cuio or written guurunue that thu iJirtura
! cuio or wrilleri tun run lee that thu pirtura
; wllul it ,,ur,,urU"ilo be. lty em-lona a small
; i..ck of hair ana tuti!ig iiue oi tinii, ge,ms-
poailiou uiiil complexion, uinl vin:lo.,ug
cenia and aiiimped enveliiio uddro!.ed to jour-
aeli, you w.ll receive ihu picltn t und dcaued
iii.iinnaiioii ly return Intnl. Ail coiiimuuicu
tioua aucreilly cuuhdeiiliul. Addreaa, in rouri
ilrnce, Madam t. i . 'i'um utiii, I'. V. box liiS$
llud.un. V, eciia-dm
J, hKIV liNG l UtN, AI. I),,
Hespctfully offars his professional services
the cititeus of McCoudrUville and vicibity. -
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CLOCKS, WAFCHES AND JEWELRY.
II. B. VIXCEiNT & IMO.
In view of tle airrfcMn(r HOLIDAY TRADE,
are now leceivlng some or the
FINEST GOODS
It has tter been thiir pleasure to offer id tbia
mtiktt.
Ladies and Cente Gold and Silver
AMKKIOaN A SWISS WATUHKS,
JOLD AND eilLVKIt CHAINS,
FINK GOLD JKvVKLRY,
SILVKK MlLVKIM'LATED WARK,
TAliLK AND POCK HI" CU ILKRY,
GOLF.. SILVKU. SI'KKL AND PLATKD
Sr'KCTACLI'.S, nil Gtleil willt the Im
.n,ve.l PKKHCOPIC ULASSL'S Perl
tcopic Uts'ie IrHertfd in old frames.
SMI I'll A WKSSON, AND SHARPS
RKVOLVKRS,
PISTOLS, CAIU RllXiKS,
FLaiKS, CAPS, Ifl., coaitantly on band.
rilTl'RES FRAMED TO ORDER
In Itoicwood, Gilt and Walnut Moulding
A well iclecifd stock ot AI.IIliMS will
b vloard out at greatly reduced plicvl.
REPAimNO
cf alt klnda ciirvfully dii on tbe ahnrttat natlaa.
ROOM IN THE MORRIS BLOCK,
jNIcConnelsvillc, Ohio.
NEW STORE.
if. ii. ran i
I!aJnt pureed a ccm'!ttc atack of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS
AND
Cnnaiatlof In art of
Sllkn and Taney Dre Cooalt,
MKHINOS,
ALPAI CAfl.
MOHAIRS,
CA-IIMKflS.
r- KI CLOTHS,
Dh.LAl.NKS,
FLOAKINO,
bHAALS,
;Lonis,
CASSIMKUE", .
GLO KS,
HALF HOSE,
Linen in J Whit; Coeds.
tmlrr Shirts and Prcwert,
fctton end Woolen HosKry,
Duiu'ilie Coltoa CocJ.
Flannel, Italmoral Skirls,
toirrtlifr with a flM-( laa ttock o Luilim', Mif
and l.ildrrn'a Kill IKS and ii A 1 1 KliS, all of whicli
will I. a auld at t la lur-t t-wu price. We cnijiallv
invite ur Irieu'U to call and exuuiine cur Hoi V
Lerie iurchaNinK elaewhcre, aa we ale nati'tled
that we tan aell ua ciieuii aa the t'lieaiient. Our
entire atock is new. aud b'juiiUt aiuce tba ledwc
tiuu iu f uude.
"W. II. M'CARTY,
arte door Eaat of . Biack'l tld aland, at'Connd
aviile, Uuio. co'J.
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COLDIKLH. WIDOWS. 4o . i irrai.d in
I he late law i cjnitlizinK UniiMieH. aie iiifmnied
(Inl the uiidriHKind i. .ie.a ed tatieuil to that
k nd "f I uaineta with diapalch aud oa leaaouahl
iciuiK.
WlduH S.l'Lildrfn or tbe Pnrtuti of Soldltri
Kliodird in firirf ( f (l!rtnMr wctiruhooiilre. led
oi iici ivru in iin or n 'iy, win receive me mma
uliini ill a. oii!d have lieu alii the anldier hiw
sell had he aeived lit full term ol vnli .tinsiit. .
UHM l. U AYLOKK.
suj Claim Agent.
AliVINHI lU lUKrJ NOI ICK.
nMITE uodorsigned has been appointed Arlniio
1 etratorof the estate of Eliia liavis deceased,
late ef aiorgasteouuty, Ohio.
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HEAR, YE I HEAR YE 1 1
Everybody that la iotereated ia the war of
GOOD BARGAINS
would do well to call at the aid itand of
G. 8. MM,
No. 45 Main St.
MALTA, O.
AT TB BI05 OF
FAKME11S'' EXCHANGE.
flafinf refitted op my Store Rnemla food itla,
which fires tue aupeiior adfarltate over ttje old
one in the way of aceonimudation, I would say
to my old eiiatomere, and aa mauy new oaee as
will fire me a call belore pnrchaeing eleewhere,
that I will be happy ia allowing Ihrm my atock of
good, and being thankful for paat patronage I
will do my brat to retail the name. I am receiv
ing gouda alinoat daily, which makes my atock all
Fresh and New.
Aud M refarda prices, I will iit be uadtrsjld
All Articles SoU by art
WARRANTED.
Having a good stuck now on baod of every k'.ad
of Goods usually kept in a 6rst olaaa Grocery
House, cousUtii g in part of
Teaa, all kinds,
CofT'-fj. all kinds,
Suirare. all kinds,
Meilaisea all kinds,
Tobaccos, all kinds,
Pp'cri, all kindl,
8oa(e, all kind",
Candles, all kinds,
Fish, all kinds,
Drngl,
Dths,
Chveit, W. B.,
Flour, donhl eitra,
Provinloua,
Crackers, all kitrls,
CsuDtd FruiU.aasorted
!ov Oysters, Fresh,
F.ng'ir'h 5odar
Siareb, iFftrl sti1 corn,
Hope, H s'.ice.
Drd Cords, asuorled,
Ilaltprt. tasortrd,
TwiDPf, all kinds,
Tin Wtra,
Stona War,
Wooden Ware,
Ohm Ware,
Lamps and Lanterns,
OU, carboD end wudi
Brooms, all price,
Wasu-boarda,
Cigars,
ALL KINDS OF
Taksn to ExoLang for fleods.
I am also boring g oo4
WINTEIt ATPLELS,
POTATOES,
CORN,
OATS., Ac
for which I will ray CASH.
Iteuiember the new sign,
Give me a Call
FAKMBKS KXCHAaNGK,
No. 15 STREET,
MALT A., OHIO,
where I will always be on baod to accommodate
every oue,
G. S. HANN.
ItEMOVAL.
inve removed tholr stock of Groceries
to tho room formerly occupied by A.
J. Yanaway Si Co., SouthweBt cornor
of tho Tublic Square, next door to the
Central IIoubo, where they invite the
attention of th public to their new
stock of
TSTjT TtHZJZ ELJTbT
BOCESIE
osiiLitijDf i pari of
Tea,
Coflcc,
Sugur,
Fish,
Socio,
Spices,
Canned Fruits,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Potatoes,
Dried Beef,
Mains,
&Ce, &Ce, &Ce,
All Of which they will tell m ckp at
u abpev
AV h&Te) U Jt rsWri a Urge
stock of
QUEENSWARE
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GLASS TV A. R3U,
which we are prepared to tell low for
cah.
FRESH GUTTER AND EGGS
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Kept constantly on band.
All kinds of
Country Produce
bought and sold. Givotn a call
forgot the place,
-Doii't
KEIT SOOB. TO THE CE.VIEAL HOUSE.
M'SASLIN a FOUTS.
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F. SILL & CO.,
CRALKR3 IN
Dry Cooda, Groceries, Notions, Tlnwari, Trvnis
AMD
house ruuNisniNO ooodb.
Oppnatte Cetsu-t Uonsc, M'CeiinalaTllle.O.
jyjo tf
FUltNITUliK.
II. DUNSXVIOOR&SQN
Keep constantly ou hand a large stoek e
Fl'RMTl'EE 4XD jioi'SE-Fl'RMSniSQ OMI
AT LOIT r KICK I.
at their new store-rooms, in the
Bank Building,
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Tin. fppr and SLte.-lri 1Tir,
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of all kt
iseatej wlU aaatsiai aal eUaaalU
IU ksef eoastataly aa band a ntf kargw aaeerV
(sect of
Cookinj? BtOTcs,
Tailor Stove
Heating Stores,
Firo Fronta,
Orates.
JJand Irone,
Store fipe,
Coal-Bucketa,
Hoes, Bakes. Forki,
Bra?s Kettles,
Apple) Pairors, Naili,
ALSO
TIN -W ARB
OF, ALL DE3CRU'TION8. .
DUCKKIH.TUn?. CHUnN, BROOUI,
WASH 110AUDS, CLOT 11 Hi
' WKINOKUS. ASH l'ANi,
oonN-rorriiEM,
ALSO
ill mos or nouss Fi'BMsmi ebjsi,
Japan Ware &c.
TUB N 0 T B D
Brilliant Coal Stovo
AND .
Indianola Wood Stovo.
WAOON, UUdfiYk RIDINO wuir.
COW II I DM. TDK, HATKNT
BTKI I.ADDKIt. KU(3 Alt
MILLS, PAN IUO.V,
and many ntlier articles to nuaieroni te meaMea.
All wuli duae lu the Ittl maimer.
I will iie no pjilna to please tliosa who may
favor uie with a cull. .
UK BfiltT JOHNSON,
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