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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
M.Go to J. Stubbs & Go's for Tur,
rnmiY
Change or rnorniETOR. Tlie 'Tout
Ilonsc," for a year or two pnst kept by
Mr. Stone, has changed bands, Mr. M.
Mtrnlf hitting purchased thowholo
establishment. Mr. Mctcnlf is an old
hand nt the business, having fur several
yenrs kept tho "Motealf House" in
tLii place. Wo havn no hesitency in
recommending him. to tbo traveling
I ublic, as a man who "knows how to
cep a botol."
CPOS. S. Sayrce' was awarded the
first premium on Photographing, at the
Couuty Fair.
erM'Comaa' Gallery of Art, in Malta,
in the place to bo accommodate! in a
manner to inwuro satisfaction. In an
other column his card rnny bo found.
tfif V. C.TrosizeublifheHhiscard in
this papor. Ho has boon located in
this place for some years, and has a
fiuo reputation throughout tho county
a ekillful artist. iS'otico his card.
Mr J. Ktubls AX'o., on Center street,
cannot bo exceeded in tho extent and
variety of their supply of Groceries..
jrarM'Caslin & Fouls, Grocers, on
south-west side of tho Public Square,
cannot bo excelled in thoir gentleman
ly and accommodating attendance
upon customers. Nobody goes by
thorn.
W J. A. Ponroso asks you to call
and cxamino his fine stock of New
Goods. Ho takes pleasure in showing
you his goods.qvon if you don't buy.
OTsrKRS.- Persons .wishing a n'too
dish of Oyetors can be accommodated
by calling at C. Burkholter Si Bro's.,
whoro you can get thorn cooked in all
ftyles. They also manufacture all
kiuds of candies and confectioneries.
fJivo them a tall.
WBH. B. Vincent & Bro. aro con
tantly receiving new supplys of Goods.
All who desire Holiday presents for
their parents, chil'dren, brothers, sis.
fers and friends, cannot bo ho well suit
td clswhcre, as they can thero.
Dissolution of Partnership.
M'CoNMLsvii.i.r. Oiiiio, )
October 29. 1SGU. I
Tho partnership heretofore existing
between O. B. Nottand C. E.' Cochran,
is this day dissolved, by mutual con
cnt. The business will hereafter bo
Parried on by C. E. Cochran. Thoso
having accounts with tho old firm will
otUo thera with Mr. Cochran.
O. B. NOTT.
. C.E.COCHRAN.
Gpeat Daimiains. Brewster & Rob
erts aro now offering Bargains in Dry
Goods, Notions, Queenswaro, and Gro
ceries. Call and examino their stock,
and we guarantoo that tliey will give
you satisfaction us regards - prices and
quality.
New Goods. W. H. M'Carty has
just received ft splendid assortment
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Queenswaro,
Corpcts, Groceries, Notions ic, all
which he will sell as cheap as the
cheapest. Give him a call before pur
thasinc clsowhero. Store next door
Black's old stand.
BPfcIf you want cheap and fashiona
bio Hats, Caps, BonnctH, Flowers, Rib
bons, and, in short, every thing that
usually kept in a first class variety
store, call on Mrs. S. E. Johnson, next
door to Adams & Ka'hler.
Bay A 11 thoso wishing a first class
pair of homemade boots, shoos, or gai
ters, will find it to their advantago
call on Mr. James Holmes, next door
to tho Pout-office lie warrants all
his work. Give him a call.
Mtf-Th Leather Store of J. Davis
Co., in tho Buckeye Block, a (lords
excellent opportunity to all to purchuso
Boots, Shoos, Lcathor, Findings, &c,
Ao.
I6rSamuftl E. Jones, Justice of
Peaco, has opened bisofllco ovor Brews
ter &, Roberts' Store. s Ho couples with
bis official business the busincss.of
accountant. All complicated and con
flicting accounts can bo submitted
his scrutiny with the certainty of hav
ing their intricacies made plate.
also will open an Evening School
Book-keeping, in tyf first week in De
cember next, whicKJwill bo an excel
lent opportunity for old and young,
andgontlomen,to bocomo acquaint
ed with this usofitl and profitable
Common Pleas Court.
The next session of Common Pleas
Court for this County begins on No
vember 13th. The following are the
Grand and Petit Juror:
GRAND JURORS.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
6.
7.
8.
0.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Alexander .Martin, Union.
Mahlon II. Parsons, Union.
15. A. LonKstrcth, York.
James F.I wood, Morgan. ;
Henry Newman, Windsor.
J. P. Sells, Windsor.
Levi Dickerson, Windsor.
Osborn Penrose, Pcnn.
Isaac Vernon, Penn.
Isaac Blanvclt, Homer.
Joseph Phillis, Center.
Charles Glenn, Bristol.
George Woolman, Marion.
Victor Craig, Mcigsville.
Samuel Price, Deerfiold.
PETIT JURORS.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
C.
7.
8.
n.
10.
n.
12.
John Triplelt, Morgan.
Alexander Fin ley, Doorficld.
John Brings, Peeifiold.
Ilcuben HallowcII, Pcnn. .
Aaron P. Matson. Penn.
Ivl ward Milnor, Windsor.
Henry Filkill, Mcigsville.
Francis McLain, York.
Peter Bolinger, Center.
James Thomas, Confer.
John Beard, Homer.
Thomas Morris, Marion
Stiff" UiUJ(UJ'; Ji. JlUl'l'.MA is
laying the hiijhest market price for
Hides, in cash, at the Malta Tan Yard,
and is selling Leather at the lowest
market price, for cash.
no2-3m
Jiy Wo aro pleased to bo able to in-
uriuour readers that Dr. John Ewing
as permanently located in M'Conncls-
villo again. The Doctor is ono if tho
lest read physicians in tho country, and
also a gentleman every way.' Oltlco in
Hanna's Law Building.
CwT-On walking up Main street, Mal
ta, one's cyo is caught by tho sign of
the ' Farmer's Exchange." Tho pro
prietor of this establishment, which is
the Malta Emporium for all kinds of
Groceries and Produce, is a man whom
to patronize, is to but give to mer it its
just and true reward. Georgo S. Hann
started into business twenty-five years
ago, with a capital of less than three
hundred dollars, and now, by his ener
gy, industry and integrity displayed
throughout his business career ho
ranks amongst our wealthiest citizens.
and, in fact, pays tho largest Internal
Revenue Tax ofany man in tho coun
ty. All will do well to give him a call.
Water-spouts in the Far West.
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fjlireinsnt. The irrcat masses of water which fall
like tho bursting of a water-spout, in
tho great interior basin ..between tho
Rocky Mountains and tho Sierra Ne
vadas, area wonderful and terrible
phenomenon. A late Virginia (Neva
da) paper contains tho following ac
count: :Thc citizens of Dayton wcro thrown
into a stato of excitement, the day be
fore, by tho news from El Dorado cart
on that a water spout had burst, and
was tlestroN-ing every tiling in Us mad
dened course, im it swept along to tho
Carson River.
Piles of wood were carried as if they
were bundles of straw, and it is suppos
ed that a number of wood choppers,
who resided in tho canon, havo been
lost, us there were a great many per
sons engaged in wood-cutting there.
This wuter-spout equals Uo one which
occurred in Esmeralda county two
years ago, when n party, consisting of
Mr, Hugh Glenn, his wil'o and mother,
were then traveling in a carriage Tho
water-spout burst upon them, killing
Glenn's wife and mother, and destroy
ing the carriage
Ono of tho horses was so badly bruis
od that ho died shortly after.
Last week a water-spout burst in
Austin, Nevada, and for a short time
the main street was flooded, destroying
adobe houses, injuring stores, Sic. The
amount of damago was several thous
and dollars. These water-spouts ac
count for tho topographical appearance
of the country, which shows that they
have been quite frequent: and the
large bowlders that are seen isolated
on alkali flats and deserts no doubt
havo been washed thero by water
spouts. Mrs. RiTcniE, tho widowed daugh
ter of tho lato General Wadaworth, of
Ooneseo. is said to bo engaged to the
Duko of Rutland, one of tho wealthiest
Iioers of England. Mrs. Ritvhio is
)ea'utiful ii'id distinguished. Sho was
some time ago tho guest of tho Lord
Jjioutcnant of Ireland, and at a ball
Dublin Castlo sho excited general ad
miration, and tho Prince of Wales
asked on that occasion to be introduced
to her. The Duke of Rutland is an
old man, while tho Lidy is young, so
that thero i still somo doubt whether
sho will consont-to bocomo the mistress
of Belvoir Castlo, and of a number of
other magnificent chateaux and es
tates. .
BeguTho meeting of tho Canadian
Parliament has been postponed by the
Govornor general until Docembor 11.
It is rumored that the Canadian Gov
ernment intends toorder out tho mili
tary to patrol the frontier until aftor
Water-spouts in the Far West. The Fenians in Canada--Petitions
be Circulated to Commute
their Sentance-Fears of
an Attempt to Release Tyem—
an Attempt to Release Tyem— Three more Placed on Trial.
New York, October 28. Tho Her
ald's Toronto special says : .
from all parts ol the I'rovinces dis
patches are coming demanding that no
mercy should bo shown to tho remans
found guilty. ( .
I think it is doubtful If tho Crown
can find evideneo strong enough to
convince the jury that the Rev. Mr.
Limden wan in any way connected
with the raiders last Juno.
The threats made by tho Fenians in
New York, to avenge the lives of these
men, if executed, do great injury to
tho prisoners
Petitions aro to bo circulated im
mediately, and sent to tho Governor
general to bo forwarded to the Homo
Government, to havo the sentoneo
commuted to imprisonment.
Three prisoners were arraigned to
day and pleaded not guilty. Their
names are David Whaler, Patrick Nor
ton and David Drurnmond.
Fears aro expressed by a majority of
tho people that the Fenians may escape
before tho day of their execution
through the uid of their friends from
the other side.
Thero aro now in tho city over fivo
hundred Irish Americans apparently
out of employment, and waiting to do
something which I believe is to aid tho
prisoners confined in tho old jail, by
overpowering their guards and then
escaping to tho United States.
The Fenian prisone rs at Cornwall
aro to bo indicted on Monday for high
treason, and aro to be tried on tho fol
lowing Wednesday, if tho Grand Jury
fitid true bills against them.
Latest Advices from Mexico.
a
Washington, October 28. The Mex
ican Minister has received dispatches
from tho city ol Tuebla, Moxico, con-
. . . .1- I . - . C l . t ..I . .
mining ouieiai reports oi uie name oi
Ixmiquilpain, where tho 15clgiau
legion was entirely cut to pieces.
Colonel vaniicrswissen, tlie liclinan
Commander, attacked Ixmiquilpain, a
placo thirty leagues Iroir tho City of
Mexico, defended by Mexicans who re
pulsed the Belgian demonstration.
Tho Belgian Legion lost twenty ofticers
killed on tho spot. Tho Legion re
tired to Tutula. leaving their artillery
and trains in the hands of tho Mexi
cans. Their oflicors, who survived
tli at battlo, havo since embarked at
Vera Cruz for Belgium.
Tho following is a translation of a
letter received hero to-day.
Vf.ba Cri;r, October 12. 11 P. M.
The steamer St. Wazair arrivod here
early this evening,
General Castleran bemj; on board.
His instructions are to send toFrance,
, . . ,
in two detachments, all the troops that
are here.
Ilo brings, besides, a messenger from
Napoleon to Maximilian, advising him
to abdicato in favor of any body ho
pleases, and go homo.
Ho is authorized to offer to Maxi
milian tho protection of tho French
flag, with a view that ho may return
safely to Mirmira.
Marquis do Gallifit has no mission of
any kind, and ho only comes to join
Ins rcinincnt and return to franco.
General Biuaino camo to Puchla to
moot General Castlcran. Tho General
feels very snro against Maximilian "for
the very discreditable reports that
Carlotta has spread in Europe
the grant lor tbo colonization ol the
acant lands of Lower California to an
American company, consisting of C.
It. Garrison.Caleb Gushing, Wm. G.
Furgo, General Butler, Francis Morris,
Edward S, Sanford, Wm. R. Traverse,
Georgo Wilkes and others, has recently
been continued by tlio Juarez Govern
ment, and tho parties recently receiv
ed their fofmal order of poscssion
through the Mexican Minister at
Washington. The grant, it may bo
recollected, was made exterior to tho
arrival of Maximilian in Mexico, con
sequently its title is held to bo without
objection, and also that tho grant to an
American company makes it. ;n Amori
can intercst.which is entitled to Ameri
can protection.
Tho colonists aro authorized to make
all necessary lawn and regulations for
their Government, provided they do
not conflict with tlie Constitution and
general laws of tho Republic. Tho
articles of agreement aro very liberal
to tlie parties directly interested,
being now tho Mexican policy to cn
lourago tho colonization of American
citizens for tho development of tho re
sources ot tue country.
So far from its beiiiff true, as has
been statod, that tho French Govern
ment has intimated nn extension of
time for the withdrawal of the French
troops from Mexico, tho accounts rc
ceivod in this city indicate that they
will all bo removed from that country
in a much shorter period of timo than
that horetoforo iucntionod by tho
French Government.
taST Major Gen. Custar has gono
Fort Riley, tho headquarters of hisnow
command.
?3uThe health of Georgo D. Pren
tice, in Louisville, is improving.
MARRIED.
GIH80N I.ANE At tho Mat-quart Ilouae,
Counelaville, October 17, 180M, hj Jume
Gaylnrd. J. P., Ma.j. Charle J. Oibaon, of Mor
r county, to Mia Jnna Lane, daughter
lliram Laue, Esq., of Waabiugtoa county,
BPCRRIEH FELL At tha m place,
tb ama, October 18, 18(18, Mr. Martin Spurrier
twit Mr Bmnti Kail all of Morgan ormoT,
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H'COmiSTILLS AND ZASISVILIJ, P1C1KT.
Tb atw fUrngnt taarar
IATM, . frs. ItlOnUA!V,
Master, if,. Clerk.
WILL LEAVE McOONNELSVlLLE
erery morning, Bnndny e'eptd, at Imlf
peat five o'clork, arriving at ZineviHe at II A. II.
ltetuniing, will Ikt Ziinevllle at 2 I'.M. Per
Dotit having biiMinmi to transact III ZurentiHe run,
by thia boat. go anil return III aame da. thereby
oviug a great deal of time and expeua. not
DAVIS.
C. BURCKHOLTER & BROTHER,
CAM MAMrAtTincns
AMD DEALCItS IH
a "isr rsj tjt" nc.isa
TOY 3, NUTS,
CIOARS, . CAKK3,
SARDINES, CHKESK,
CUACKSRS, NOTIONS,
CANNED FRUITS,
PIUEVVORK3,
COFFEE,
TEA,
l"'1. ;tythlng tint I. naimlly kei.i In
fiiat clnaa Conrectioucry, ail of wliicli will be aold
iw for rab.
- Partita and fumlllea aiinplted with CAKES
una CO.NrtCTl.N Kill i;-l oil ll .rl nolle.
We bur alto a first clan
Oyster Saloon
runueetrd wltti our eUblikihent, where the moat
' faaliiliou epicuiea euu be mulej.
C. IIE IICKI10L.TER & IIHO.,
NEAKLT OPOSITE THE TOST UOl'SR,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO.
Bui
NEW STORE.
II. II. SI C A R T Y
TTai Juat opened a complete atock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS
AND
PQJ aJDr3X7H GB -FCk: CSeJ,
CcDHlitliig Id part of
Silks and Fancy Drcaa Goods,
MSUINOS.
ALPACCAS.
MOHAIRS,
CAM I MERES,
PrKI CLOTHS,
DELAINES,
CLOAKING,
B II AWLS,
CLOTHS,
CAS3IMERE0,
GLOVES,
HALF HOSE,
Until and White Goods,
Inilcr Shirts sad Drawers,
folton and Woolen Hosiery,
"oineslie Cotton boou,
Flannel, llalnioral Milrls,
tnirether with a firnt-claaa ntnck o I.nditV, Minted'
and children' HIOKS and U A1TKKS, all of wliUlt
will 1 Mild at fie luwext canh I'lioe. W cardial!
invite rur Iriend to cull and examine our atm
Lefur nurchaMiiiff elaewhero, a we aie ealilied
Uml we can aell a cheap a the cheapest.
eutire atock la new, auJ bought aiuce the reduo-
tiou in food.
AV. II. M'CARTY,
one duor Eaat of Black' old
avill. Ohio,
ktand, U'Connel.
noJ,
B. F. POWER,
A'lTOHN Si AT LAW
OFFICE with J. B. Ilanna, ftnlcr Street,
M'OONNF. I.8VILLH, 0 l I
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THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
-VVm. O. T 11 ES IZE
atill continue to accommodate the pnbllo with
PHOTOGRAPHS,
FERROTYPES,
- AMBROTYPEJ,
' OEMS, Ac.
tliii'h cannot bo nrped anywhere.
He baa perfected arranjremen' whereby
any un ran be eruoinmnrinUd with the Sural of
oil painting and India luk.Work.
ROONSInJ.C. Stone' llulldlng,
North Centor Ptrcct, orer Bo3iie' Saddler Shop.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
S. S A YRE8,
s.
OVIIll WOOD A POND'S LAW OFFICE.
M CONNRLS VILLE, OHIO,
Iotltea tlie attention of all who wlnh to oLtaln
ruoTOGBirn,
SPnEREOTYPE.
iKBROTirKX.
AND CEVX,
Hint III li entire eatlnfactlen. My motto la
"To glee anturuvlioo or do churls "
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FAMILY GROCERS,
At the old atand of
UUM11F.T A lUlIMO.N'D, CENTER ETREET,
!MConnelaville, O.,
Keep couHtimtly on hand a full and complete
aaoiiiiieai ot
GROCERIES,
Conditio: Id liart of
TEA,
SUGAR,
CO F FES,
TO B a CCO,
POTATOES,
MOLASSES,
CANNED FRUITS,
COVK OYSTE'tS,
APPLES, FISH,
COAHS, &c, 4c.
We call particular attention to the fact that
bar on baud lige aiipply of Ih best qa.litjf
rJT JVk. J3C
which w art retailing at lb lowent price. Glr
ua avail.
J. 6TUBB8 fc Co
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IF YOU' WANT
Cheap and Stylish
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOYEPS
A I D
JICLXtlDB HJ3 XJ 3W fSai
Yoa wi'.l And them In great prof nsion at the
TAHICTT It TIlIHNnCI RTOt"
OF ' i
Mrs. & E. JOHNOOK.
ALSO
Old Indict' Drrsi Cop. Coneti, (ilorri, loiferjr,
Zepbyrn, in nil Khmin and Colon
Vnrni, Hoop SklrU, fee.,
ti'gel1ir itli k tbOMMind n4 one artlrlm of t 'f
oil utility, to be (old regai dice of cMt.
mr CAM. AND EXAMINE tlila irplendid atock
and ynu will I e ronvinred tliut thia ii the ulatie 1 1
buj the OOOOS chcajier tlnio the cuenpeal.
Indies' New Style Tnrbani
Indie. New Myled Oats
Floweri -
"ietOf? GO
fl to ii t(l
lOe to l 00
Ribbons of all Mj lea and Trlccn
STORE, Next Door to Adami It Kahltr.
Mr. S. E. JOIrllSrSO
no!
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
II. 13. VINCENT & BRO.,
in view of tlie fir,r.m-!,ln HOI.IDAT TtliDB,
an now leccmng aorue or tu
FINEST GOODS
It he trer teto tbctr j-loannr to offer In' tula
market.
l.j;.' tad Gent.' Cold and 6iler
AMKttlOAN & SWISS WATCnili,
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS,
FINK GOLD JEWLLUT,
SILVER A SILVER-PLATED WARIS.
CABLE AND POCKET CO I'LERY.
GOLD, SILVER, SI KKL AND PLATED
BPEtM'ACLKS. H Ctied with the iui
proved PKU1SCOPIC GLASSES Perl- .
copic Oil a -sea iu-crtfd in old fratnu.
SMITH A WESSON, AND SlIARP'i
REVOLVERS,
PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES,
FLa?KS, CAPS, Ac, coDsUctlyoa baud.
mmn frahp.d to order
iu Roaawood, Gilt and Walnut MouldlDf.
A well lelecied stock of ALDl'M wilt
be clotctl out at greatly reduced price.
KEPAIHING
cfall kiuda carefull dona on tbo abortoat notlaa.
ROOM THE MORRIS BLOCK,-
ISfcConnelsvillo, Ohio.
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NOTICK la hereh; Ktt that there will I a peti
tion presented tu the C'oiuroiaHianer of Morgan,
county, Ohio, at tboir regular bunion oa tbo ttrst
Monday ir Uv airtber, Uk6, Hiking lor n review
and al era 'In 'i of that pAi't of tu Bldga iload
lemliiijr from kl'Onnnelaville to Gayaport that lie
lietween U'Connelnville and tli county liae, ecu
lliieing aid alierulioo to grade of atvea degreai
Ii'kui the b'.r.fc'iu-no2-:iw
MAVT rETITIOSgRa.
H, DUNSMOOR&GON
Keep cou.lantly on bard a large atook 4
FLEMTIEE l.VD flOUSE-FllNISIinO CCCDS
AT LOW PRICEI,
al tbeir new. .lore-room., in tb
IBank Building,
l'CO.ELSfrlXI.rt, o.
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L'nnORS OF YOVTII.A (rftill
I J man who luflered for year Irom Nerroaa Us
bllity. Premature, anil all the etteula ol youtlifnl ltt
diaoretioD, will, for the aake of ufl'ertng humanity,
aend fie to all who need It, th receipt and dlrao
tioua for inikinir tli aimpi remedy hy wiiloh h4
wa cured. Hufl'erer wiabinc to profit by the ad
rertiaer' erpei ieooe, can do ao by addraanbif , la
perlect eoandea, JOHN B. uODHJf.
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