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MT0XNEI-8VILI.1, 01110, AUO. 20. 1809.
$2.00 A YEAR.
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-
C. L. HALL,
WHOLESALE. A. RETAIL DEAL Ell IN
Notions and Millinery Good,
HELL STRUM'. MALTA. OHIO.
- BUSINESS DONE ON
M iy.7, -tfs
4 IT. VTA t KEti; -'
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM ! -t
""" . ' it. WALKER
A. W. WALKER & CO.
Boll Street. Malta, Chio.
iff msile to ordiT on the ehorte.t notice niul at price lo nut the
timea. All ordr accompanied by a responsible name will be promptly
tilled. Tl in firm 11 alwav up to the latest fashions, snd warrant their clo-
of tlio in oft fastidious.
thing to stand thescrutiny
iMiti.v, iiEfoitETiu: iti mi iim.ivs
They kern rood to sell lv
the ynrd or in any happ to unit purchaser. I.adica Clnnkinti alwnv on hand
I t I.I.
rainliii", (JIazl.ir, anil Paper Hanging.
J. J. S ti: WAIIT ,
.. pry yrf.l (o renew l,uh,t,nc ni llotlxr, Mgli nnd It Tillage l'Mlnlcr
l.lilZlcr, ltul I'll per Hunger. '.Y ,;, a allot IU , in
Two Ooors East of Hie ros?t Iloiic.
April Olh -II
All work done luotly, cxjM-ditiuiihly nixl clicnjt,
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
Anil Wliolt'N.'ilu niul Rutail Deulcrit in
Pipes, i&c, fcc.
ROOMS, Nortli went Corner of tlio Public Siitinrc, WckV ol Court House,
J "ASK AND COM FONT.
HO VALL A-
PERFECT SIGHT rnn only bo ol
t 11 in oil by lining
iho difficulty of procuring which is
NEW! FRESH I ATTRACTIVE!
(2 11 K A T V I L K
Messrs. LAZARUS MORRIS, Ocu
lists nnd Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
Manufacturers of Ihe Celebrated l'EK
r'EUTEI) SPECTACLES, havo Mitcr
years of experience, experiment and
1 he'ercetion cf costly muehinery, been
enabled to produce, that grand deside
ratum, PERFECT 8IEVJACXES.
which hnve been sold with unlimited
satisfaction to tltn weaaers in Masa
cliiiMetts, ltliodc Islnnd, Connecticut,
Now HainpHliire, Vermont, Muine. New
York, rciiiiHylvnniu, New .lersey, Nova
Scotia, New HiiniMvick, prince Kd
wnrd'a laluiid,and llomiiiion of Cnnu
la. during the past nine yea is.
These eelebrated speeliieica never
tire the eye, and last many years with
S. T. HII.I.IiMSO,
CLOCKS.-WATCHES, and JEWELRV,
SOLE AGENTS Tor the tale of thej-c
from whom only Uiey cn be procured.
H'v F.MPLOYXO J CD LARS.
Dee. 11-1808 ly.
15 o ok S to r c
We have just received and opened
the Largest Stock of
Ever brought to town, and of the most
ilesirable pntterns and quulity from
Common JUnwn to tine Ciill Puper
which we will sell
LOWER than EVER IIEFORE!
Our stock embraces t'10 best nnd
variety in the market, purchased
direct from the Manufacturers,
cannot bo urpacd for beauty
styles and Low J'ricet.
March 10, litO.
FRANK JEEP i: US . - Proprietor.
Every accommodation afforded guests,
and the stabling may bo con
sidered the, bust.
GIVE T II E M A CALL.
Tho next Term will
cornmeirco Bcplnnwr loth anl continue
thirteen nlm, with the following Board
of inttru"tr i
11F.V. Bol.OMOX HOWAHD, I. P. LI.. I.,
resident ami Profo.or of Intellectual and
' Mural I'hiloaophy.
REV. A. B. 01BH0X8, A. M. M. !.,
frofrssor of Mineraloey, Chemistry and
REV. W. H. BCOTT, A. M.,
Froffinorof Creek Language and Mtoratnri".
W. II. O. APNKV, A.
Trofm.or of Mathematics.'
REV. W. H.1UH8T, A. M,
rrofraaor of Latin Language aad Literature.
JTub University otrw lo young
mnn superior lacllille lor littinf thein.el-ne-fr
witinm of honor and osefulnc.
BlndcnU will be prepared for lha College
Class uniltT the immediate instruction nf
the Prolessor of the several IhMiartmonts.
who will also give NnaL IsaraccTio to
urn aa are pre paring to learn.
Room are furni.hed in tho Lmvcrsity,
for a small fee, in whirh student mar re-
id and bonrd thenisclvo at a very little
expense, when limited mean make this
Tha followine person are admitted, free
of charge, for tuition I
t. One student fr.m earh eniintv of the
Plate, to he selected hy thefounly Commie
inner and the Auditor.
S. An I'nited State volunteer, a eiti
ten of Ohio, who hfl been di. aided in the
service and honorably discharged ! and
3. Any honorably dierhergrd volunteer,
who entered the .it vice a. a minor, for a
long lime aa he waa In the rvicj under
f.fr- For further information lend to the
rre.Klrul tor l utelogue.
Rr Onnr.R ok Faculty.
Athk, Ohio, Jilt 23, '6V 2in.
J. T. C R E v,
A TTO R N E Y-A T-L A W,
Over Ilrcw.ter'a Store, near Court Home
All follielinni rrompHy AUrndrd to.
ISH9. Sprin? Trailr. X
Adams 3 Ivahlcr
have a welt .circled eloclt nf I'rv Cood.
rcerie, QuefU.wnre, Ikioti md Bhovi,A'C
O It E A TLYREDVCER fit CSS
STORE : Sorlh-Wfst Cornrr of Cmlf-rind
April 2:i-l y.
Gnlcry of .Art.
W, C. TRKSIZB
auk tha piblic to rail and examine h
pacinian Photagraph., ferrotype, Ani
brolype, Ueni, Ac, c., which raunoi
uipaMi-d anywhere, lie ha perfoctml at-
raiigemeui .rnerouy any one can vv an
eomoduted with tho'Cnct of Oil PaintinR
and picture of India Ink Work. Room
over llooue' Buddlcr Rliop, in .1. 0. Hlone'i
Iluilding, Center Street, M'Contielnville,
Jan 1 ly. -
J. i:. &, rin. R. II a una,
-AttornoyH At Hirvw.
.v co.wels riLi.E, an 10,
JNiM attend promptly to all hu.inri en
United to them. Siieeial attenlioii
to rollerlioii. Ofliceont'enterritrcet,
door weal of the l'ublie Bqu.re.
Thomn J. ITnrri ) The sid Abll
V. a. I Ilnrri whoae re.idenea
Abical I'. Ilnrri. I i. unknown, will
notice that the aauie Tuoman J. Htirrin
lha county of Morgan, in the Htatn of Ohio,
did on tho loth day of July, 1HC9, lilo
petition in tho Court of 1 oiuioon 1'leas,
within and for the county of Slornun,
a ill tStute of Ohio, agaiml the .aid Abical
P. Ilnrri. defendant. oltil:I forth that
.time Abigal P. llarri diil on or about
11 tiny ol Slav. IHSV. comm't ailiincry
with 0110 Vomer Uowman at Amevill,
Allien county, Ohio, uud ince thnt
ha. been livinor with said llowman, 111
late of adultery, and that the prayer
aid polilion 1 Hint the .nine inoina.i.
llarri be divorrml from tho aid AbiRiil
1'. Ilnrri. and the laid Abimil I'. Ilnrri
nol'licd Unit .he is reouirtd to appear
answer ai( petition on or before Iho 2a
of hU-pleniber, lHfiO, or the alligation, of
pennon will be taken a true.
Hall 4 Towea
Attorney for Thoins J. llarri.
Aug. , I8IIU Ow
In pursuance of the order of the
Court of Probate of Morgan county, Ohio,
on Haturdsy, tho 4th dny of Heptember, A.
I). Isau, at 10 o'clock, A. M. nf aaid day, I
will oiler (or sale at Torberl' Grocery, iu
tha village or hoeau in Union twnli
iu uid county, at public vendue, the I j
lowing Uescrioed real e.luls. tituuted in
aid couuty and in the Zane.ville I.utid Di
trict. to- wits The Korth West nuartei of
Heclion tweiitv-thrte, (23) in Tovrn.hip
elKht,(R)or lluiiga thirteen! (13) also, tliu
following tract in the Ohio Oimpany's pur
rha.c. to-witi The Norih hall nf the North
East oiiarler and the North half of the
South half of the Nortli K.nsi auarler office
lion eleven, (II) Township .even, (7) of
Kange Ihirlven, (13) the tint tract coutuiu
i ar 160 acre more or lesa, and appraiaed at
i;(IOj and tb aecond tract containinK lUt
acres, more or les., and apprui.cd at $,1120,
lo'be .old al not lens than Iwo-lbird of the
appraiaed value. 1'aymenla a follow.:
ouo-lhird ofpnrobase money 111 hunil, and
ouu-lhird iu one year, ami one third in two
year from the day ol .a lei Ike deferred
paymeuts to hear interest from Ihe day of
ale, and lo b secured by mortgage upon
the premise. Al lha mini time will be
old, and at '.he mine place diver good
ud i-hatllaj, consisting ol wheat, oala, corn,
hay , uuo lulacro screw, I set of hemes.,
t aluigli, oue-half Kairbnuk'. Htock acales
Mid other article. , the terms of which (ale
will bo made known nu the dnv of .ale.
Administrator of tho cstuto of Oeorge
Aug. , i8i'. Iw Wood 4 Poso AU'ys,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET,
0. II. PENDLETON,
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
T. J. GODFREY,
FOR .triWJE OF RITREME fOI'RT.
WILM1M 3. ILMOIli:,
; of Trrblo,
FOR TRKAW.'.UF.R OF STATE,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
nf Falrfu-M. w
FOR MEMHER OF HOARD OF TVV,
II. I. llt RC IIILI.,
Kentucky i" J)omocrritio by eixty
A liilmnm elect four Pomocrntic
ConrcHamcn end only two Riuli
cnln. Tonncaaco L'ivea fdtv thotiannd
minority itcninat the Itadicnl ticket,
mid electa n I-oiriclnturo tlirce
fotirtba of which nro Ieiiiocrnta.
MiHaiafippi nnd Texas will soon
Then orrcs Ohioond IVnnaylvit-
And then Endicnlirtm in nl an end.
"Let ua have roncu!"
THE STATE TEMPERANCE
Tory recently Iho II f raid nn-
noun'cd ihnt tho " trno U-mjieranoe
men of Olno," bud dcclnrod in fa
vor of tho Hepublicnn Sinto ticket,
nnd thereby induced mnny poople
if this county to believe thnt the
Ftnto Tcmperiinco ticket hod been
withdrawn. Thin bolief ih errono
ouh. Tho "tho true Tcmpernneo
men of Ohio," have not withdrawn,
ond do not intend to withdraw their
ticket. They intend to voto it liko
meii, nnd tlicreby show their power
to iho politician of the country.
Tiik wliiHkyives in MnNHncliufiuttfi
hnvo organized n new politicnl pnr
ty for Unit Stato, etyled tho " L'n-i-in
Jtcptiblicnn Slitto Contrnl
Ijoiijuc." It conaiMtH main ly
whihkj' licpiihlicniia who oppoaa
Prohibition, itml aeek tho repeal
the present law. Wo do not
anv words of rebuko from the Iter
Id or Leader ot tliia nu vement.
Ii the net of forming n third purl
only wronp;iilid I'ooIIhIi, when it
dono for the promotion ot temper
anco princijilea ( Come, neifrhbor,
apenk out, eapeciully you, Mr. J.eM
er, who tho other diiy, neciiHod
Herald of attempting to "carry
whiaky on one nliouldcr nnd water
on tho other." Tempcrnnce Era.
'i he Kepublicur. prcan of Ohio,
find plenty of word of rebuke fur
Tempornneo State ticket which Ohio
Tempcrnnce men hnve put 111
PARAGRAPHS LOCAL. POLITICAL
PARAGRAPHS LOCAL. POLITICAL AND OTHERWISE.
BY A CONTRIBUTOR.
The newapnpers inform lis that
Co!. Pond, enndidnto on the Radical
ticket for Attorney Ucneral, is en
gaged in tho laudable business of
playing second fi.ldlo to one Hayes.
Both of tluso rare birds wero Inst
week down about Wilmington nnd
Hillsborough, miking speeches.
Hayes preaches for retrenchment
in public expenses, nnd culls the
Ins. Legislature to nn account for
what they did, nnd for what they
did not do, with a full budget ol
other intoroBting matters.
Pond wnh a member of the Inst
Legislature, nnd advocated nnd vo
tod for all the measures of which
Hayes complains. Yet the would
bo Attorney General sets by, with
mouth wido opon, nnd winks and
nods assent and approbation. I'ar
MORE GREENBACKS AND LESS BONDS.
If you (voter) desire to Uvo, move
nnd have a being , financially, iji the
future, you must begin now to voto
tho Pemoeralio ticket, with Pen
dlotoii and Greenbacks at the bend.
II you' wish to be crushed out un
der bankruptcy and tho assignee's
hammer, vote for Hayes, who sup
ports Now England interests and
that of bondholders, nnd who ndvo-
culcs tho payment of tho Nolionul
debt in gold iimlend of greenbacks.
" The colored troops fought no
bly, but tho white troops fought
well." See Radical papers during
Sentcr's majority for Govornorin
Tennecaeo will run up to noar 7f,
000. "The colored tola wna not
verv Inrro. bnl the white vote wna
larger." Svo Rndicnl papers in
time of pence.
A SEVERE BUT DESERVED REBUKE
At the Itile Democratic State Con
vention, eonaiating of more than five
hundred Ilclcgatca, representing
210,000 vol era. tho following Rceo.
lulinn wna unnnionoooly pnaaed.
" Henlred, Thnt tho nttnckn of
Governor Ilnyen and Leo upon the
A r .!.'-.- n
bly, are nfe in atntemont, walie
ow in apirit, an5 wnvorfAy their
. hljfli poaition.''
Put thnt. Mcaara. ITayea nnd Lee,
in your pipca nnd imoke it.
A riASii-Tin.i, diiiplaying Inrfjo
Icttcra, el in k up throughout tho
co.mty, calling t,rcn tho fmihfnl to
como out and hear Governo' llnya,
anya: " Strike tr your country,"
na did the Ilndicnla in tho Into elec
tion, held In Vlrcirin, Kentucky
nnd Tenncaace. More thnn 1-10,000
mnjority n'ninut the party in iheso
three reconHlrticted Stntea.
""5trt.o for JCotrcnchment, na
did tho party in Ohio, when they
IncreiKcd tho p.iy of tho member
of the Cienernl Aaaembly from three
to five dollnre per dny, nnd when
noder llndienl rulo itcoata tho t'ni
led Stntea government near one
million of dollnra to kill one Indinn.
" Strike," will j-ou "for your coun
try" and "retrenchment?" Po-
wnro the gun you bold does not
kick nnd knock you over. Verily,
humbuppcry m not yet dend, iinlill
liveth nbout tho Herald OfHee.
Rctmlcra of tobacco nnd cignra
who inuy removo tobacco or aegnra
from the alnmpcd packngo to jar
or (.how cine fur anlo, innke it nn
bio to noizure, nnd if tho anmo la
aciiicd by aomo governr.t nt npy, or
nomc other mean Mciinip, tho burden
of proof, that the require in cut a of
law hud been complied with, rest
er.tiroly upon tho party Rolling or
offering it for anlo.
In other werdu, when chnrged
with n violation of the law, tho ac
cused 111 11 fit prove biniKelf innocent.
Read and Hand it to Voter to Read.
To the Electors of
The undersignod, tho Central
Conimiltco appointed by ordor of
tho Tcople'a County Convention,
held nt the Town Hall, in MtCon
nolsvillo, Aug. 3, 180S, deem it prop
er, nt thia time, nnd in this man
ner, to address tho Independent Vo
ters of Morgan count' in regard to
tho object nnd official doings of thnt
Tho Polegntos to thnt Conven
tion wero composed of men who act
with both tho politicnl pnrtiecofthe
Countr', bnt who, for tho timo be
ing, nnd lor tho pnrposo of attain
ing the object net forth in the pri
mary cull, voluntarily enmo togeth
er in i'oiognio convention, nnu
nominnted n County ticket nnd de
clnrcd in a platform their objects
and their wishes.
This wns isntisfnctoril' nccom
plished by tho meeting August 3rd
nnd the Delegates then nnd there,
with great unanimity and harmony,
prcLented to tho voters of this Conn
ty tho following County ticket:
rKOPLK's COI'NTY TlCKKT. Rep
reseii tali vo, Luther Timborlnko
Probate Judge, Fin. R. Hnnr.a
Sheriff, A. I). Havener; Recorder,
John W. Knox; Commissioner
William N ice-war ger; Infirmar-
Director, Johr. Nceley ;-Coroner,
Cornelius Head ; Land Appraiser,
1st District, James A. Gillespie
Land Appraiser, 2nd District, Sam
uol E. GilliUnd; Lund Appraiser,
3d District, TheadoreCoburn ; Land
Appraiser, 4th District, William
Iieswick; Land Appraiser 5th Pis
trict, L. C. Corfman ; Land A pprnia
or, ill It District, Thomas Vickroy
Land Appraiser, 7th Pistrtct,
And also, without a dissenting
voice, adopted the following resolves
as a platform oxpresaivo of tho ob
jects and soiiliments ot tho Peo
Retolvtd, That in view of the present
condition nf the financial a flair nf
State ai d county, nnd of the einbarass
d and depressed condition nf tho busi
ness interests ef the couuty, we,
I mberf of thi Conventi. n, for our-
selves, and those whom we represent,
do adopt and promulgate the following
platform, to govern our action at
next annual election, and call upon
Independent votera ol Morgan county
to oeept and adopt the antne aa rule
rf action in enaling their auffraga at tha
next (.lection, to-wit :
lt. Wo proteat agint a further In
crenae of Tnxea and linbililiea upon the
people, and lahor of the country, except
We Hetnnnd and fnaiat upon a
ruponion of action by the local au
thorise tinder the "act to authorite tha
connty Cnmmiionera in locate and
c nflrttrt Turnpiko-roada, paaaeil April
3o, lsr.9," until thepeop'e of thia coun
ty aliall expreaa their opinion in regard
lo the expediency of the aanie, at the
Ba'lot-l-ox tin rail In the election 01
aforeonid lew; or an amendment to the
afTerl Mint it ahall not I enforced in
ar.y county until approved by a majori
ty of the rlectt
ty of the elector of the county at
4lli. We, Ihe member of thiaConren
linn, rcpreaenting a large and reaper
able nnmher of the eleclora of thia
county, pledge ouraelvea innivtilua ly
nd ctillcctivclv, t-i uc all fair and lion
1,1 n. r,,r?r "lin,, project.
M- Wed-manct the repeal of the
oracle n-icana to promote the ohjecta of
candidate here nominated thia day, our
united and hearty aupport. ,
lirfnlvrd. That an J-.xei utive cemmlf-
tee cnHiating of two pera n from each
towni-liip of thia county e appointed I y
tho tle'egntca repreaentinil the town-
nliipx, wlioae I'tity it ahall I n to collect
fuin'a to dctruy the expenaea or tne
mini nicn, and 10 do all other thing lie-
ee.anry and proper to Yc done, to carry
out and promote tiie oijecta 01 tin
The following nppointmenta were
made for en Executive committee:
Sam tic I M. Harlan nnd Richard
MiElhany, of Iilooni tnwnahip; J.
A. Cutininjilinm nnd Arthur L'iia-
man, ot Eriatol; W. C. Early nnd
Inno fireen, of Conterj John Cow
nn nnd Burris Polcomb. of Doer-
field : L. H. Paraons nnd John Me-
Lain, of Homer; John T. Havener
nnd Ed wnrd Morris, of Malta : Dnn-
ivd Fowler nnd Walter Hastings, of
George IlufTmnn and
O.AV. Updike, of Marion; Pavid
Spencer nnd George Foe le. of Meigs-
vtllo; Tlcnj. F. Power nnd J. M.
Weaver, of Morgan ; Samuel Harris
nnd George Saulcr, of renn; J. P.
Scott nnd William Spurrier, of Un-
ion; Pr. J. S.Abbott and John T.
Kcnn, of Windsor; James Ungley
and Jacob llakor, ot York.
Tho ticket is composed of men
taken nbout equnlly ftom both po
liticnl parties. They nro all good
men. capable nnd honest, nnd if e-
lectod will fulfill the duties npper-
tuining to their respective oftleoa
nnd to the entire rntislnction and
npproval of the people. They nro
not office seeking nnd cfliee holding
politicmns. They nro the right
mcn for the 'daces they have been
nominated to fill. They uro fresh
fwns Hi. rni.ha of llm tienidft. and
nre n pnrt of tho people, well know-
ing tho wants and interests of all.
Not to extend this address to too
great A length, wo would sy hero,
thnt much depends upon the action
ol thoso fricndlr to the movement,
whf.her this, tho anti rike ticket,
or whether me other iickct, nomi
nated by a political pnity, and
known to bo in favor of the location
and construction of Turnpike Roads,
shall be elected.
If tho Proplo'B ticket hero pro.
sented, shall find favor with the
voters nnd uhould bo elected. 110 tax
will be imposed; therefore, noTurn-
pike-Roads will bo built under the
law as it now is. The Convention,
in their jilatloriii.declnrelht.ngninat
further increase 01 taxes, except
cases ot pressing necesity ; 2nd, de
mtinds a suspension of nction by lo
cal authorities under tho Turnpike
Rond Inw, until the people speak
or ngni"st it nt the polls this Fall;
and 3d, demand n repeal of tho law,
or an amendment thereof, giving
the people the right to any whether
ihe same shall be enforced or not.
Tho County Commissioners, all
whom nre known to be strong advo
catea of Pikea, under the law,
commence and make some consider
able progreaa towards the survey
and locntion of Turnpike-Roads,
peiwithatanditig the numerous ro-
monstrnton airainst the same. It
sid thnt from political considera
tions, nnd becoming alarmed at
demonstrations of the people against
their action, they stayed thoir hands
fur tho pmcnt and oall tor an ex
pression ot public opinion on
subject "by vote or otherwise."
lhn, me ".meiicKei anau auc-
eeed at the polls this Fall, tho Com-
misstoners (all being Pike men)
the result us an expression
the people in favor of the survey,
locution and conatruction ot a gon-
erat and extensive system ot Turn-
uiKe-Koadsio the County.
To build the contemplated Koads,
commencing at the County Seat,
the central potot in tho system,
divorginc Borne five or six different;
direction to tha county lines, it it
eatiranted lo tho aggregate, at not
leas thnn one hundred miloa, nt A
cost of not ltt than fiv thousand
dollara per mile, nnd cnuainj an ex-
pndilora of not lean than batf a
million dollars. U Is known to all
our people who are conversant with
the pcofcraphy and tojogrnpliy of
the County, thnt theae contemplated
Road, mnat he located over numcr
onaridgea and water conraes inter
vening between the County 80.1 1
and tho County lines; requiring
nnch deep and broad cutting and
fillinp-, and numerous cosily bridges
and f alrertw, WeamJea Inre snms of
money rnun be pniJ for right of
trey. Taxes muat therelors be
greutly increnaed. A tnx of four
ini'U on tho dollar for building tho
jroject'cd Ronda will not be Sufll
Cent. Additional levies of Uxce will
be nindo and collected rear after
year, to pay tno expenses ai-
tending tho collection and outlay of
nnch nn enormous amount of public
money. Numerous officers ot high
nnd low grade will be creatod, with
fcea nnd aalarie, such aa engineers,
surveyors, superintendents, inapoo-
tora, managers nnd thoir numerous
auba. Financial ngenta, Cashiers
Ac, will bu in requiaition. The feea
of Ihe County Auditor and Treasu
rer will be largely enhanced, be
cause of the incrcaacd Jtitiea of llioaa
oftlcers, nnd the board of County
Commissioners will bo in aeaaion
"enrly nil the luno nt tlio expens
of nine dollars a dny exclusive ol
"veiling foea. Interest bearing
bonds munt be issued in anticipa
MnnchcHter; hon of taxes. A largo County debt
will bo gradually accumulated and
'l property ot the County, bow
real and personal, will be held as by
mortgage, for the payment of prin
cipul ami interest. Tha tax payers
will find it to be u fact, thnt if they
shall, nt the po.ls, sanction tlio cuii-i
possible, on the pnrt of honest and
compotcnt public ollicers, it wi.l no
almost impossible to prevent speen
lutioii, peculation, fraud nnd shn-
ving in tho public money. Expe-
ricnco nns inugiii us mat wnere n
htato or a loiiniy engages in puo-
He works, that nt leaet ono-tnna 01
tho peoplos money is squnnaerea
and lost. It is difficult to foretell
ing of Turnpikes nndcr the law, and
us contemplated, Unit n lour mill
tax will be bu: a small nnmont of
tho burthens that will bo imposod
upon them. Wnh all thovigilenco
und point out the mnnifold imposi
tions, evils nnd embarrassments
that must follow such extravsgnnco
und such largo expenditures of pub
Tho rcmcdj now at hnnd, to stop
such a stato of affairs io our county
1 mnougcinuui., m uuisiu,!. m m
support and election of men, who
are known to bo In opposition and
who aro placed upon what ia callod
tho People's ticket. Tha auo
cees of that ticket is intended to pre
vent increased taxation, Ooot ana
, therefore, in behalf of the
people, call upon all voters to lay
aside their "party ana political
preferences, prejudice, and predi
a in lections," and unito, as ono mnn, in
the support of tho People'! ticket,
nominated and presented by the
People's County Convention, on
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a no parry issue ana piuuorin.
P. F. Power,
C. I. Hall,
J ames M. Gatlobd,
McConnelsville, Aug. 15, '69.
How to Keep Poor.
Therei ia no working man but
I (J . tohftV,lho Wtty puiot.
ed out by which ho might boneetly
attain riches. No one would thanlc
os for a prescription to Insure pov.
erty; and yet there is many a man
who keeps himsell poor by indutg
ing in the following :
Two glasses of nle a day at ton
cents, eeventy-three dollars; three .
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cicar. one al,er eaoa moat. 0110
Lulldrej and nine dollars and fifty
i . . , of-. Mffdo- thir,v doU
, ftp , on . 0 hun(ired
will anJ j2 dojBr, MnJ flftr cents, suf
take or flclot Q buy aia barrels of flour,
. b , of ,u,,ar on, MCk
of coffee, a good coat, a respectable
dress, a frock for the baby and half
a doaen pair of shoes. If yo do
not believe it figure tor yourself.
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China has 600,000 teraplee, with
about 3,000,000 Idols.