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NOV, 3, 1868.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
M&" l3uBine8 notices -in tho local
olutnn of tills paper, not contracted
for by the year, will be charged 10
cents per lino. Ko notice inserted for
less than one dollar.
WT All advertiflcrjaonts and notices
intended for this paper mutt be handed
in by Wednesday noon, for circum
stances compel us to go to , press at
1 o'clock vn Thursday. "
3r. We are glad to be able to say
that the nevr landlord' at the Post
House is succeeding beyond his most
sanguine expectations. The Louso is
crowded nearly all the time, and all
peal in the highest Jcrms of the man
ner in which 'the house is onduetej
The landlord takes great pains to
please his guests, and so far has' suc
ceeded admirably. . The best that tho
market affords will always bo found on
bis table, and his bills are always reas
onable. ' All will go away satisfied who
give "mine host" at the Post House a
mr A few pairs still left of those
beautiful Merino Pants and Vests- for
ladles, ibr sale at O. E. Ualliday's.
. m at e w
Cloaks and Cloak inus. Tho Head
quarters for these things.is at the Em
porium of Brewster ft Roberts. They
are now selling a lot of Circnlat'8 and
Walking-coats at the manufacturer's
- &&" Mcrinocs of all Shade, and
cheap, at W. II. M'Carty's-
. sty Cash for Dried Apples, Bcnns,
Buckwheat, and Corn, at Mortley's
(Iroccry Store. , ' ,
K ' Atlantic Monthly, Beadle's
Monthly, Arthur' Home Magurine,
Our Young Folks, Lady'a Friend, liar
per's Magatino, and Godey's Lady's
Book, for December, 18C6, tcco' od at
the Book Store. m Tho latest Gaily and
illustrated papers regularly received,
tmd back numbers of any mazarine or
periodical eoppliod to order.
. esF Tho first snow of tho 6casou foil
j esterday, melting as soon as it fell.
r Joseph Sigler, of Meigsvillo, loft
with us one day this week, a mammoth
Radish, weighing 12 pounds, and meas
uring 24 inches in length and 21 inches
in circumference.' ' -y .".
Tho ladies of. the Presbyterian
Church will give an entertainment at
the Town Hall,-on Thanksgiving even
ing, Nb. 29,. 1866,' consisting of '.Tab
leaux, Music by the Silver Bund, cVcv
the whole to bo concluded with an ex
hibition of the celebrated Sphinx. Du
ring the evening a supper will be
served which will consist of Hot Coffee,
Sandwiches, Cakcsof various kinds, add
Oysters. The proceeds of the Festival
will be devoted to tho paying for sund
ry repairs on, j.he church and parson
tge. Further particulars will be given
in tho bills next week.
Noticb, The ..second volume
"Greeley's History of tho Great Rebel
lion" is now ready, and will be delivered
to those entitled to receive it from md
immediately after Court.
nolC-3'w J. C.Icbdvck, Agent,
Armt , Cloth. -Both Light aifd
Dark Blue, from 91 to Jl 60 per yard,
at Brewster and Roberts Emporium
Also a fine lot of Blankets, . ...;'.;
. e A fine lot of New Cassi meres
just received, and very cheap, at W,
H. M'Carty's'. .
. $ST A fino assortment of Goods re
ceived at the' Fancy Store of O.
Halliday, in Malta, this week, compo
sed of complete lines of the following
classes of Goods: flThrs, and fur trim
ining; Woo'cn Hoods, Nubias, Sontags,
Cloaks, Ureakfast Shawls, ladies' and
children' Hosiery, Kid Gloves,; Bolt
ings, Buckles, Buttons,. Ribbons (plain
and fancy), Trimmings in large variety,
t ancy lams, Zephyrs, &c, &cv , .
' i&" D. H. Mortley has been appoin
ted Agent for the sale of Peacock's
celebrated Philadelphia Whiskey.
len Barrels just received, and
sale for Medicinal purposes.
t& A large supply of the most ap
proved forms of Blank Deeds and
Mortgages, School Registers, Wedding
- and fancy Envelopes, Stationary, &c,
and ft fine lot of - Indies'' and Gentle
man's Pocket Books and Card bases'
receivrd at the Book BVre thin week.
A meeting o the, Board of Directors
of the Morgan County Agricultural
Society will beheld at the office of Hon.
F. W. Wood, in- M'Coonelsvillo, on
Saturday, November 24th, 186C, at 1
o'clock, P. M for thepurpoie of award
ing premiums on Field Crops, and tho
transaction of each other business i as
may come before the Board. ' I '
' Purtios competing for premiums en
Field Crops are required to havo the
ground and its products accurately
measured and satisfactory proof, under
oath, must be furnished by each com
petitor, accompanied by a statement of
the process expense 'of culture, pro
duction, &o. -
As this will be the last regular meet
ing of the old Board, it is desirous that
there be a full attendance. "
JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y.
S6F J. k C. L. Hall, Bell St. Malta,
are'constantly in receipt of New sup
plies of all clauses of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, &c. Thoir stock is never run
down, but, on the contrary, always
complete, ; thereby affording r to the
fanners of tbewbst! side of the. river
the best opportunity to havo their wants
supplied. All should, call on them.
tf Now is the time to get Breakfast
Shawls, Hoods,: Ac," to be had at
GEORGE L. HOFFMAN, is
paying the highest market price' for
Hides, in cash, at the Malta Tan .Yard,
and is selling LeatlieP'at the . JWcst
market price, for cash, uo2-3m
BalmoralSkirts. fhey ale soiling
at from 1 69 to jfld. at Brewster &
Roberts' Emporium; i Also children's
Skirts in large variety.
The Alliance Between Russia
If it is. true, as indications point, that
iui alliance, oueumve anu ueiensive,
has been formed between these two
great powers,- tho coalition , is onevthat
may well crcafo alarm. in Europe'.' Tho
population or imam is at least BU.uuo,
000 ; that of Prussia and the North
German States, whoso military sources
sho wielus, is 3U,U0U,UUU; total 11 U,
000,000 people. Ttiinja about equal to
the population of France," Austria, It
aly, and Turkey united. Russia has a
Rsanding army of ( 1,000,000 men, and
Prunsin can put into the fiold'au equal
number, lioth oi theso mighty comba
tants are in a position to, act iramedi
ately upon tho ofTcnsive, and one of
them, Russia, is almost unapproachable
ib her own territory.
It is a very natural alliance, lioth
aro interested inkeeping down Po
land, the spoils of -which are' divided
between them. Russia is engagod in
blotting out every vestigo of the Po
lish namoand character in her provin
ces, making it Russian. Prussia is do-
iiK likewise in hers, makingitberman.
Austria, on the contrary, is protecting
tho Poles in her share of Poland, ap
pointing a Pole governor of it, who is
tilling np the administration with men
of the same race. Thus, Austrian Po
land is the refuge of tno Poles lrora
Russian and Prussian Poland, and is a
constant source of irritation to those
governments, against whom they con-
ptre. liussia desires the incorpora
tion, of Turkey in her dominions, and
rmssia aims at uniting au -Germany
under her scepter, which would giye
her nearly 50,000,000 people.
Austria is naturally tho enemy oi
bolh ofj.heso projects. rrpssia would
despoil her of her German territory,
ou one side, and Russia would close up
the mouth of the Danube against her
on the other, and annex those provin
ces where the Sclavonjan race and the
Russian Greek Church predominate.
She is thus threatened with the fate of
Poland a partitioning between her
neighbors North and East. She must,
for protection, therefore, draw near to
France, Italy and Turkey, the latter
of whom is in the same dangerous position
with herself, being an exposed ob
ject of Russian aggression.
England nas very unmistaaaoiy considered
herself out of any further sup
port of the Ottoman Empire, and Rus
sia has no longer to foar a renewal of
the alliance which humbled her at Se
bastopol In 1855. But,' supported by
so great a power as Prussia, she might
disregard tnat coalition, even if it was
practicable, at the present timo.
If Turkey and Austria, tbe two sick
men in Europe; as tho London Times
calls them, ore to be kept out of the
grave of nations, it must bo mainly by
the onorts ot rrance, which would havo
to plungo into wars that,' would, in
magnitude, exceed any that have been
kn'owtfin her history. But it is doubt
ful whether. Franco and her Emperor,
at this timo, would incur tho risks of
such a conflict, even for iutoreallUo
vast as would be at stake, lor with Kus
sia at Constantinople, and Prussia at
tenna, where wouid rrance bo as
military and political, power. Reduced
at once to' a third-rato position.
Mighty events are evidently on the fa
fia in Europe that will throw into tho
shade any thing that has been known
sinco Waterloo. Cin. Enquirer. .
ICT Tho people of Montana are said
"to be disgusted with the mining pros
pects of that country and aro return
ing to California, and Missouri; A
and Prussia. The Defeat of the Constitutional
The late elections kayo resulted in
the dcfoAt qf, Lin ,hsh, OobstitttUon-
al Amendments. Delaware, Maryland
and Kentucky, have chosen- Lccisla
lareV aaitt itj The Jlen. uepyiisef
ted States in Congress will not consent
to it. This makes thirteen States in
all, without counting Tennessee, who
reject' it. There .are "now ' thirty -six
Spates. A required three-fourths, voto
would bo twenty-seven States, whore
as but twenty -three aro obtained. But,
asks an objector, can not this majority
be overcomo by the admission of new
Western Territories as States? Let
us see. -'-They will havo to admit (bar
new States in oriior io gain one vote I
Thus, if they should admit twclvo
States it would bring up the whole
number of States to forty-eight. Thrro
quarters of that number would bo thirty-six
States, whereas, after deducting
the thirtoen anti-amendment States,
the Radicals would have but thirty-
five States, Or one less than the requir
ed number. ' It is most unlikely that
tho Radicals can. possibly create so
large a batch of new States as tho dot-
en that would, be indispensable under
such circumstances. Thoreforo, un
less the Radicals resort tQ. some revo
lutionary expediontto revive or carry
the project, it may be considered shel
ved. Cin. Enquirer ' :
A Corrupted Ballet in the East.
Tho Albany correspondent of the
New York Times makes tho following
statement 'n relation to the trade in
votes at the late elections In the State
of New York:.
From Ecnssolaer.Columblal Saratoga
and Albany counties, the universal
statement is that money flowed like
water, and that if this practice is to
continue, the ofljeos must be sot tip , to
the highest bidder. Electors marched
up to the polls under the' convoy of
some well known ward politician, who
placed tickets in' their hands as. they
reached the ballot' boxes, and, after
depositing their votes, took out his
pecket book and paid' them their one,
two, three, five or ten dollars, as the.
case might bo,-before hundrods pf peo
pie, without even the mock decency of
retiring to .one side. . Party leaders
had to buy up their .own voters, who
refusod to exercise their privilege until
a satisfactory sum of money was placed
in their hands. At least one-fourth of
tho voters of the city of Albany were
bribed, or, . received compensation' for
thoir votes. No persons are more
willing to get rid of this evil than the
party leaders, yet they say
that they nro powerless. Tho men
aro there, and if they do not voto tho
tickot of their party they will that of
tho other. To prevent their ' defeat,
they commit the offense of bribery.
Twenty-five dollars were paid for votes
on election ujay." y . t i ',''-., .
: t&" A gi'ollrmun iu CleTeluud found te
nia le child oa Lie door-tlrp Tbumday eteuin,
wripiwd io flar.nel and "fine lineu." Tbt
basket it) which it repoel coataiood number
of rticlti ordrts; s buttle of Mrs, Window's
uoihiuft lyrupt aud a Dole, of. which .tbs fuJ
lowing ia a ojiy:' "Corn October 26. Will
yon pluaie tuke he r acd (at good care of Ler,
m the i yuungt 1 ( jou do 1 will troub'c you
no more, ir ibe cnef,. giro uer lea arops of
Mrs. Window's soothing ijrup. aol if she
get hungry givr it mi.k from one cow on I.',
Georgia's Losses. Tho State of
Georgia lost over 8700,000,000 in real
and porsonal estate by the war,' bo
Bides over 300,000,000 swallowed up
in the various repudiated rebel loans.
The population too, basdocreosed from
99,748 Iu 1861, to 86,909 in 1866, show.
lngaloss of 1Z,839. (ieorias losses
are but a tpe of those ot the entire
South caused by the rebellion.
tof Tho Ashland (O) Times'reporta
the corn crop in that vicinity as enor-
roous. . Corn is worth tmy-tnroe cents
a bushel at that point. ..
Wcf The practice oi sellinff the. hair,
long prevalent among the female : fra
ternity of Franee, has boon prohibited
bylaw.- . . -. - ' ' ' -
M'CONELSVILLE, Nov. 23, 1866.
Fuoua-tlt 50 Extra per barrel. - ,
Wbiat-I14U perbuahel. .
t)aTa SS centa per baahel.
I on no cenu per ooanei. - '
Fia BaiD tt 00 per boahel.
BaHLiv-8prlng, 76o; Kail, DOo per buah,
Hat-SIOOOIo Hooper ton. .
Ijhiid ArrLW- II 00 par buabal.
Borral 26-ceoU par pound. -
Koua 11 centa per domo.
Cuiciana Lire i5 ceaie.
Curraa US to 3) caula. . -
Coumthv Botr 8 cepla per pound. ,i
8uoa 14 to 20 uenta par pound. '
HoHoua ii ctnla per gallon per barrtl. . .
L.4H0 10 centa pound, ui jara and keg. ,
Cahvusa (Tallow) 18 ceuta perlbby boi.
, ','.. ' . ' Siceiua at retail.
' (Star) 30 cauu parlli.by bos.
" 36 tsauU at if tall, .
Soar 10 to 15 cent par bar.
Cuaaaa 24 ceuta par pound.
baLT 12 4'J per barrai retail. . ... -t .
UToN ooAk t'ioeula per buabel.
Ham 18 to 2H vauta at retail,
biuaa 14 eeuta per pound.
Huoutuawi'-it ut 16- cent. 1 ! . 7
Tallow 8 to 10 ceuta.
Wukii-II 25 per gallon. -Biana
t'i 00 par baebel. , .
LOCATED TJCN TSARS AGO,
.". ' ... -
.For Sail or Enhtnre for Towi Propertv,
rrilE L4K0 IS .SITUATED IN
X bulivau, liatea and Veruan oouutiaa,.idWaouri.
It i well watered aud timbered, ibat portion
Voi nun couuly ia wiyiiu uua mile aud a bail
Neaada Cliy tbe uouuty eeat. 'or further partie
aUra call upon Ib rabacrlber Teruia eay.
. JONAS POWKEL.
SAMUEL K JONES,
Justice ot Ceace and Aceottntant,
I'FICE over Brcwikr ft Robtrti' Store,
fW will altrnd to tb adjustment of dltontrd.
eonipluatrO and confund accounts. Heta of book
upiiad,amitll win krpt b cantiar,atalintnU and
talanoo auaeta mada out for axacutnra and admlnta
trattira of deceamd penioni and of InaolTent anlalra.
mr ttt wouia iiiinrni mom who wna to oduib
a I borough practical knowledge of Book-keeping'
that kta entiling vlaaa wiU Mmmanc in the Hrai
wvvi iu Laceuiucr ueai. noa-w
M'Connelsvllle and Zanesvllle
! A C K K T 1
Tbe atw paaarbier attanrr T 1
IAS J3L Cttf Hfi.
WILta LKAYK McCQNNKf.SVlLI.K
V ' eTerr mornlna, Bundny enptrd, at half
paat fle o'clock, arrninn at Znettrille at II A. M.
lleturnina. will Wave ZanetTilla at 1P.M. far-
aont having buainea to transact In ZaneeTllle can,
ty thla Ixwt. go aad retorathe Mineday.thitreby
aanng greai arai oi iiB)e ana hfm. .' boi
J. DAVIS fc C6.
. i 1
J. SKIVINGTONjM. D.y.
Rpectfully offcra hia profeiaioDal aerTiuea It
the citiieua of McCouilelaTilla and Tieinity.
Office, at- tbe Marquart House.
W, B, HEDGES, M, D
Physician and Surgeon.
Ileeprctrully offera hia Profeaalonal aerrlca te aba
ciiueo oi M'tonneUTiua aud ricinlty.
OFFICE, FEO.NT EOO.H OVER STO.IE'i STORE
Where ha can be found at all timea, day or sight,
woco noi nrureaaiooaliy abaent.
I J301 .,.;;.
ADMIN IS Tit A TO It '3 .NO TICE
THE undereisned baa been appointed Admin
etratorof tbetteof Eliaa baviadeceatad.
lata of Alorgaa county, Ohio.
noio-sw tOWAB DA Via.
At tbe old alalia of
UUUltKY A HAMMOND, CENTER STREET,
; HM'Connelsville, O.,
Keep coDitaotly. on band a full and complete
t l -.4 I 1
Cooaiating Is part of
TfeA, v , t -i v -- '
SUGAR,' - - !
! ClQAHS, ic, 4o.
. We call partir.ular atteullon to tbe faot that wa
bar ow baud a large auppty of tb beat quality of
rJT jZX. DBLB.
a ara retailing at Via lowaat prioe. - Glre
u a call.
J. BTUBBS & Co.
IRRORS OF YOUTH. A gentle
XJ man who auDered for yearn Iron Nerroua U
bllity. Premature, and all the eOecte ol youthful la
diacretion, will, for the aaka of tuflering humanity,
aeod fie to all Who need It, tha nooipt and dirau
tiuaa for iflaklug tba aiu(U remedy 'by wliiuh ba
waa cured. bulTerera wiibiuc to profit by tha ad
rertiaer'a expei ieuce, can do eo by addreaalug, la
perlect coabdeaca, JOHN B. OGOk'N,
. Mo.M Cedar it., New fork.
NOTICE I hereby given that there will be peti
tion preaented to tbe Coinmioaiooara of Morgan
county, Obio, at tueir regular aeaaioo an tb brat
Mouduy of December, lett, aakipg for a review
aud alteration of that part of tba Uidga Koad
leading from M'lnnuelaville to (iayapoi l that lie
between M'Couueleville and tbt oouuty line, so a
fl.ueiugeid alteration, to grade ef .aaveof degree
tKia Lb bjertwoa i' ' ' .
a- KAT PlTITT0Rw.
YH TKE AHT'DF PH0TCG!UPHY,3
V 'ri. :c. T H E B I Z 13
atill continanto aceemnaodaU the public wjth
J(lr rjiaaoTYPKS, , if
- . UEMB, .,
which rannnt lit enrpaned anywhere.
- He baa perfecud arranirrmenla wherb)
any one aan be eecanariated wlltt the flaeat of
oil painttnge aid India Ink Work. .
ItOOiMK, In J. C. Stone's) Itolldlnf,
Korth Ceater Street, otet Doena'a Baddlor Shan.
; -PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
k- a :say'r:es,
-. OYKB WOOD tOMD'S LAW OFflCR,
Intltaathe atteatloaof all wkowltb t obtain '
PH0T0GI1PW,"' ':'l',:i! ' :': : ' '
i - : , - . iMBROTTPBS.
that will (It- aattra tatUfactlan. My fnotlo la
"To give aattafaotion wr no charge "
. nol .B. 8ATBE9.
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DIAtlft t '
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFCUEItT, 60APS, BRUSHES,
TOILET ARTICLES, ALCOUOL,
'' ' A 4
' Pore ; Tinei and LlqnorSj
(For. Medicinal Parpoge -Onl,)
. . oils. ,. - ,
4o., ke., Ao.
IT ba atio oonfit&fitlj oa baad
large ttock of
. Window Bhados
POAP, TASHIie WTHIOW riXTURKP
C, iOHCKKaLTEB th BROTHER,
. ... ti .. .: ' . '
AND DIALRIM Iff .. 1 .
CIOAtlK.- . ' UAKKS,
and In feet tofytbtng that; I oenally heplia
flret clana Confectionery, all of witch w!U b aoltt
low for caih.
- Partln and ramlllea enpplled wild CAKt3
and COM FKCTIOl), EltlKd abort ottr.'
W have jo Irat-claa , ' v
connected with oor eetabliabatrat, where lb atett
faatldlou epicure ea ha anted. ',
N c.ULncRiioLTEit it. nno.,
NIABLT OP081TK TBI YOST; UO.CRI,
DOl ' ' '
Chop mid BtjtiaJt ' A
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWERS
V -. .- a . ' f,
xlb. xl lux nn eu ltj ca
. . ' -i . ;
Ton will Ind I bam la greet profaeloo at tbt'
VARIETY V TRI91MI.G ITORIfi
-l : : . . . . ' . -i h I sti' , : . :.---U
:-: ..- ' : ? - . -.- ,! . i
Mrs, D. U. JOIIITOON.
Oltl Ladlci" Drcu Caps, Coneli, Gtorti, Ooiitrr,
Ztpbyri, U ill Sbadrt iild Colon, ' . '
larni, loop Ikirti, af" , '
i - - - - .
together wit fi a tbotaand and oeearttctee of Vawaty
anu aimiy, to ot tola Ngaiuett tf coat. . i
CALL AKD EXAMINE thla apienilld atook
and tow will he convinced thai thla l tha vlaee to
boy tba GOODS cheaper Miaa tbe cheanee. ' i
Ladici' Kcw Style Turbam - lit Io 1 40
ladirt' Kcw Hylcd fiiti - - -.r tl to )I if
Rlbbong of all Stylet and rrltM.
- ITORE, Rut Door to idami 4 ItUcr. -
Mrs. S. JOHNSON
ltd ' .--i''- ' ' '- I
TH OLD FARMERS' EXCHANGE,
'' 1 1 1 .
BaVt J net epeeed a oelet atoek of
0K8I8TW0 I Ax ? .
DRESS OOOD8, . ' "
OASII MERES, :
MERINOB, , J '.'
MOHAIR, " S
PRINTS, Tariost ttjlM .
BALMORAL 8K1BIS, ,
" . HOOP BK1BT8,
f DKLAINftf, '
': Bhawis; ...
' . . CABSlMERRtl, "
. k . ' CLOTHS, '
QEAVt A BLEACHED MC3LIV8, .
' BHIRTINO FLANNELS,
NOTIONS, QUEENSWARE, :
BOOTS IVD REtOES,
HATS AND CAPS, At.; At,
, JLadics' Furs
d 11 6 C E R i ES
Of ALL KWM. .
We cordially Ineitt ear friend to rail aid u
amine our eteck berjrt purcbaaing alewbra, j
we are eatUfled toat w oan aeii a obaap aa tk
obaapeat. Vi take great pteaaot in (bowlug ear .
J. A C. L. HALL.