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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
M&" Business notices in tho local
olunin of tbiB paper, not contracted
for by the yeur, will bo cliurgcd 10
enta per lino. No notico Inserted for
Wm tban one dollar.
MP" All ndTcrtisi'inents nnd notices
inUndcd for this paper invst bo handed
In by Wednesday nooa, for tire.um
Unces coinpol ua to go to press at
1 o'clock on Thursday.
I 1ST All kii:ds ol'tb'e meet tcr.utiful
Holiday Toys at J. Stulbs & GVs.
S D. II. Mortify, intending .here
after to do a ttrictly cash Luincss, re
spectfully requests thou indebted to
him to call and settle immediately.
His books niuist be clound previous to
the first of Jan uitry next, nfter which
time be will sell exclusively for cash
cr approved country produce.
Ulbrf.llab fok Lawks Gents and
Children. Soree very fino ones, from
the smallest to largest uizo, at Brewster
A Roberts' Emporium.
taJ Frank Leslie's Liidy's Moga
aine, Peterson's Magazine, and l'liro
nologicnl Journal for Decepilcr, ro
ceirrd at the Book Storeof Adair Eros.
60,000 pounds of Beef Hides and
Calf Skins, for winch we will pay the
highest market price, in cash. Sheep
kins taken at the market price.
no30-3m Barker & M'Daniv.l.
Her GotoStubbs' Grocery forSugar,
Molueses, Tea, Cofi'ee, cud we may
ay every thing that can be connocted
with bis business.
MLT Tho Gladiator Hat in velvet,
straw and felt, at the Emporium of
Brewstor Si Koborts.
tier At the Book Store this week the
proprietors roceived and placed upon
their shelves for sale a fresh supply of
School Books and Blank Shipping
Books. Boy your books at this estab
lishment, and you will get what you
want-and at the right prices.
D. H. Mortley hr.3 been appoin
ted Agent for the Palo of Peacock's
celebrated Philadelphia "Whiskey.
. Ten Barrels just received, .'and for
sale for Medicinal purposes.
Noticic, lUii second volume of
Greeley's History of tho Great Pebcl-
lion" is now ready, and will be deliver
U thoeo entitled to receive it from me
immediately utter Court.
iiol(i-3w J. C. Mi'KprcK, Agect,
Blankets. Evorybody iu need of
this article should not fail to call at the
Kmporium of Brewster & Kobeitsbo
fore purchasing, as they "have them
from 10-4 to 11
1 in size, at the lowest
tfS The Meat Market at Stdbba
is being almost universally patronized.
tiS" Cash for Dried Apples, Beans,
Buckwheat, and Corn', at Morlloy's
GEOKGE L. HOFFMAN is
paying the hLjhcct market prieo for
Hides, in cash, at the Malta Tan Yard,
and is selling Loather at the lowest
market price, for canh. no2-3ia
tr "Why is it, that the firm of J.
C. L. Hall, of Malta, do such an im
mense business? Amongst many
the reasons are the following: They
keep a full and complete assortment
all kinds of goods in which they deal.
Their goods are of the best quality
throughout, thereby affording perfect
satisfaction to purchasers. They al
ways soil at the lowest cash prices.
They are gentlemanly, courteous and
accomodating; ever ready to do you
favor. They are wise enough to un
derstand the great utility advertising
is, not only to themselves, but to their
country friends, who are thereby kept
inlormea ol the receipt of. new goods;
-..j .l "i it.. ;. . .
ouu muy b.uow vnut auvertising
necessary to the exietanco of county
papers and are sufficiently generous
give this assistance to farmers in sustaining
their papers. Farmers of the
West side of the river, you should
go to HalTs.
t&T A rich bachelor recently died
England, at tho age of suty-live, who
for twenty-one years ha'ifbeon an in
ordinate taker of medicines. In 1840
he took over 40,000 pills, and ir
, he bad taken 00,000 tottles ofdifl'erent
or Tho new depot at Cleveland, O.
ia feet long, 108 broad, covors 103,
&0 square feet and oewt WXH),0(K).
FROM NEW YORK.
' New York, Nov. 26. The Tribune's
Dublin correspondent says that politi
cal excitement has run to an alarming
height in Ireland. Evory town and
villago Iihs its full quota of military,
and gunboats are scattered all over the
Irish coufct. Those measures plainly
bespeak the apprehension (f :a fulfill
ment of Mr. Stephens' promise.' His
last speech in America has been pub
lished in several Irish journals, and
caused quite a political . fever. Tho
Irish people seem to have implicit con
fidence in his sincerity and determina
tion. Among all cIiikhcs the conviction
grows aud spreads, that we are on tho
eve of startling nnd terrible events.
Tho Fenian organization throughout
the counlryis inn high state of activity.
Its committees are terribly in earnest,
and the plans are shaped for a fierce
and bloody struggle.
Advices from Havana of the 20tu
announce the arrival ol lien, biierman
and L. 1). Campbell, with their suites.
They -were handsomely 1'trtod by tlie
citizens of Havana, and received many
attentions from the aulhorites. Gen.
Sherman attended the grand review in
honor of the Queen's birthday. They
are to leave Mexico on tho morning of
the2.''.d, in the Susquehanna.
It is slated that two suits have been
eomnif need in - tho Supremo Court
against Gen. Butler, in which J. II. Les
ter, a resident of this city, charges him
with false imprisonment, the damages
being laid at $100,000, and with fraud
ulent conversion of property; damages
r.t 650,000. liCster, it may bo remem
bered, received a free pass lro.ii Secro.
tnry Stanton to bring his family from
tho South to tho North during tho late
war, but Butler disregarded the permit,
and imprisoned him.
A lurKe number of distilleries ana
whisky were seized yesterday by the
deputies of Collector Wood, in this city
J ho iargesldispHloli ever transmitted
over the Atlantic cable was sept yes
terday by a Government oilieial of the
United States to ono of the Jliniwters
of this country oti the Continent of
Europe.. It contained over five thou
"Washington, November 2C. South
em members of Congress elect ro ar
riving iu thirt city-
lion. O. M. Koborts, Senator from
Texas, arived last night. He reports
that tho material interests of lexas
aro flourishing, and that the pcorle
generally are in cood spirits...
Tho revenue from miportsduring the
pant year foot up SUO.OUO.OOO. It is
ehtimated that the amount this vci.r
will.be 8175,000,7(00, but therecoipts of
troodH will fall btiort.
Nothinjr definite has been received
from the British Government in rela
tion to liio claims for iirUiViinity grow
inir out of tho depredations committed
on American commerce by the Alabama
and other rebel privateers.
The correspondence is still in pro
cress be tween tho two Governments
The nrcsont. British Ministry, however.
show a better disposition than tho
former iu tho consideration of tho
Tho CommiHsionerh&s under prepar
ation ahftt, which will soon bo presen
ted to t he Secretary of tho Interior for
approval, of selections for tho Central
I'aciiia Huilroad of California, embra
cig 42,000 ncfefl.
Brevet Major Genera! GeorgoM'Cul
lum.'of tho Corps of Enurincers, and
ato Superintendent, of. the United
States Military Academy, has been
detailed as a member of the Board to
consider thesubjectpf the modifications
of tho existing sou coast fortifications
General M Cullum will bo stationed in
The ru ize money resultinjr from the
capture of twenty-two bales of cotton
by tho Monticello. on the 4th of July
Ibiil, is nearly ready for distribution at
tho l'ourth Auditors ollico.
A statement has been published that
the President has given to Mrs. Ihomp
Bon permission for her husband. Jacob
Thompson, to return home. This is
Colcmuia. S. C. November 20 The
Columbia Legislature meets to-night
Tho Governor's message will bo read
to-morrow. It stronjjly opposes tho
Constitutional Amendment, and re
commends the passago of the Homo
stead Law.and tho adoption of moans
to diseourajro tho emigration of no
croes, and provides for tho subsistubce
of indigent blilcka.
Ho thinks tho oxporiment of free la
bor will not prove a failure; says the
grain crop is unusually, short, and not
enough cotton has boon raised in many
ofthe districts to buy the needed
The debt ofthe State, excluding th
war dobt, is 85,250,000.
FROM COLUMBIA. FROM INDIANAPOLIS.
India NAi'POLia, November 20. The
anniversary meeting of tho YOung
Men's Christian Association was held
to night, apd spiritod 'addresses were
made by several distinguished gentle
men. The members of the Thirteenth Ar
my Corps will meet iu convention
this c-Uv, on Friday next..
The Legislature convenes on Janua
ry 1. The Uepublieans have a, lurge
majority in boih branches.
Governor Morton aspires to succeed
Uniti Btajea ISenjitor Lane.
The Talk About Annexation to
the United States—The Catholics
Denounce the Late Fenian
Montreal, C. E., Nov. 20. A meet
ing is called for Wednesday, Novem
ber 28, to discuss the benefits to be de
rived from annexation with tho United
Slates. The people of tho lower prov
inces rather favor the idea of annexa
tion, and should it bo put upon a f atl
and equitable basis, and submitted to
tho people, I havo no doubt but it
would be ratified by a largo majority.
Tho Catholics of Canada Eant do
Bounce the sentenco cf M'Mahan and
the release of Lamsdon in unmeasured
terms. They claim that the trials were
a farce, and that the Government had
decided when men should be hung bo
fore the trials commenced.'
The Fenian trials to take place at
Swartsburg are oxciting n great deal of
comment. Protestants are afraid the
prisoners Will cscapo with little or no
punishment. Catholics aro hopeful,
and say that evidence cannot be pro
duced to convict them. Two important
Crown wiluessos havo mysteriously
disappeared, and it is rumored here
that they havo lmeu bought oil' and
havo left the country.
J tie LanuuiHTi authorities here have
received information that Sophens is
not cn route for Ireland, bnt is organ
zing an expedition to invade Canada.
1 lie troops here have roceived orders
to. hold themselves in roadiness to move
at a moment's notice.
Trials. The Will of Senator Wright.
Tho will of Senator William Wright,
fNew Jersey, has been admitted to
rebate. The entire valuation of the
estate was sworp at 81,000,000, of
whioh 8600,000 is in real estate, and
8400,000 in personal property. All of
this is doviaed to tho family except
21,000, which is given to tho House of
l'rayer, at Newark.. Ihe homestead
and adjoiuing property aro given to
tho wmow lor nor uso during her life
timo, and after her death goes so her
children. The sum of'815,000 is given
to his grauuson, ana glU.OUO to his
granddaughter, children cf Mrs. . Ga-
vers, ana a iik j sum respectively to
the son and daughter of his only son
Colonel J5. H. Wright. The rest of the
property is to be equally divided be
tween tho widow, Boa and daughter
the latter s portion being socured to
her for her sole uso. The wiil is dated
February 17, 18G13. Unitod States rev
enue stamps to the value of 8500 were
attached to tho will when it was ad
mitted to probate.
Personal Expenses of the Pope.
Tho Koworend Conon Laly, parish
priest in a rural district of tho South
west of Ireland, says, after a recent
visit to Koine, in tho courso of a reply
to an address of congratulation from
his parishioners :
Ilis present Holiness, whosoeminent
virtues cntitlo him to be remembered
among the most illustrious and saiutod
of his predecessors, is incessantly en
gagod in carrying out tho same great
and valuable works. The small reve
nue which he receives ia aJinost wholly
applied to charitable and religious
uses. His personal expenses do not
amount to one scudo a day, which is
less than five shillings of our money,
ami while other crowned heads ure
wasting in destructive wars, on projects
of mere vanity and family aggrandize
ment, the blood and wealth of their
subjects, he, who, like his Liiviuo Mas
ter, goes about doing good, has beon
selected, it seems, by their Majesties of
Franco and Italy to be plundored of
that time . honored patrimony which
oven the Goth and the Vandal had
spared and respected.
M'CONELSVILLE, Nov. 30, 1866.
ri.ooa tU SO Extra per barrel.
Wmiiat t'i SU per buaLel,
MiTa 35 cen'-a per bushel. .
t'oRK 0 cuutH fer buaiiel.
I'LIX KHU-1 UU )br liUnliOl.
riiHLT Spring, Tic; fall, 630 per kaeti.
Uar-f IU jU to n uu per ton.
Ukibd Ai'i'Liu- t'i UU pvr bueliel.
Ht'iTiii 26 cuU per pound.
Kuos li cent. ier d iion.
t'uicnEKd Live 26 cente.
CoKfaa to 33 cul.
(,'uuNTHt' Soar 8 cmU per ponnd.
beaAK 16 to iU ceuu per pound.
hottuUM 5 ctuU per gallou per barrel.
I.amu 10 ueuU pound, ui jaie a 'id keg.
Cakdl (,'l'ullow) IM cuule per lb by bos.
" . " 'ii ceuta at retail.
' (Htar) SO cente pur lb. by bo.
" " 36 cente at Ittall.
Boar 10 to is ceuU per bar.
C llama Jj cent, per pouud.
bALT ti 6U per burial retail.
rVroNK-ooAi. I'i centu per bu.liel.
lUuri IS to 2H centa at retail.
buKU 16 cout per pound.
Kuuuuuaua li to 16 ceuta.
Tallow S to 10 centa.
WuibKV t'i '25 per gallon.
JittANd 12 UU pot- baaUel.
KXOH Till DESTINY!
MADAME E. F
TUUUXTOJ, the creat
Euyliuh Aelrolugiut, Clairvoyant and t'eychorn
etrioiau, wiiu lm untonieaed lue acuirantie
claaeua of the OKI Word, Ima now locntcd hor
elf ut Uutiauu, N. Y. MuiIhido Thornton poa
aeeica aucU woudorful power of tecond iihl,
aa to rnulila her to iinimrt knowledge of the
greatebt imiiortance to tho eiiiglo oriuari iej (
otthor aex. While iu a elalo of trance aha da-
I lineutua the very feature! of the iirrtou you lire
to liiiirry, aud by ike md of an instrument of
luteute power, known ae the rsycSoiuotrope,
guarantor, to produce a lifu-liko picture of tho
1 future hunbaud or wife of the uppliuaut, to
gittnor wait uute ol uiurriaca, jiomlion in lifu,
icuuing truita i vuuracter, ive. i mt lino nuut-
bug, a. thousand, of teiiluiioniula can afcscrt
Bho will tend, when desireil, a certified cerlifi-
cuio or wruion guaruutc. tnut thq picture u
what it purport, to be. " By eucloaing a .mall
lock of hair. and muting pluua of birth, age, ilia
po.itiou and complexion, and euclomng bt
ceuts aud .tamped uuvolope addreitiied to your
ell, you will roceiv. the tiicture and desired
lulormaluin by return mail. All communica
tion. eucroUly uontideutiul. Addre... in oonfi
I deuoe, Uadums lw t Thornton, f, O. Box 121
I ItutWon, V. I. , . seM-Sm
SA)iUEL. E, JONES,
Justice of Peace and Accountant,
fiFFICB over Brewster 4 KoberU' Store,
Tie will attend to Die arljuitment of dliDtiled,
cnmplkttlcd ami confused account, ttr.te rtt book,
opened, kiiihII art k-pt by cuiita:t,.tateiuonte aDd
balance .beet nmdeout for executor, and adminis
trator of decerned prmonn and of tiiaulTeiit entnteC
Mr lie until inform th" who wish lo obtain
thornuEh iirnctical knowledge of Ilook-kreuiug
thnt lii evening chm will commence in the iirat
week in December next. nu2-3w
lH'Connelsvllle and Zancivllle
1 A C It K T .
The sew padMiier (learuer
WI I.L LK A V C . M o (X) N N F.r,S V 1 LI,K
everr. ninrninir, Handnr exi-eiited, at half
rant Are o'clock, a.-ntinn at Znuexville at 1 1 A. U.
Kcliirninir, will leave Zmienvilla at 2 P.M. for
one bnvii.ir bwiiiieai to trancl in Zaurwville tan.
by tliia boat, go and return the eame day.tliernuy
Aiiug a grtat dcnl ol time aod expeueo. nol
J. DAVIS &' Co.
W. H. UEDUKS.M.Dh
Physician and Surgeon,
Iteerei'tfully nr7.it hla I'mfeMlonal iericei t. h.
euixeuii or M iouueivf me aua ricluiiy.
emeu, rnoxr nooa orER stosb'8 itoeb
Where he can be found at all times, day or eight,
tun not iroeaaloiially abaeat.
At the old .tana of
kUMKI k DXUU.OHD, CKNTKlt BTItCET,
Keep cooaUolly on hand a full and complete
Cooaiatinf la par. of
C1GAHS, &c, 4c.
We call partloular attention to the fnctthitwe
baft on baud a large aupply of tbe beat qu.Ul
which we are retailing at the loweet
ua a call.
J. 6TUBBS Sc Co.
LMUtOIlS OF YOITII.--A Rentle
1 i uiiin who (tillered for ycur trom Nervuua Da
bility, Premature, aud all the eUetHx ol youthful
di.cretiou, will, foi the sake of Hulleiing buniaitily,
end liee to all who need it, the receipt and direu
tiona fur making tlie aimiile remedy by which
wa. cured. HiiUcrera wi.liinif to prolit by the ad
vertiter'. expei ieuce, can do ao by tddrmaiug,
perivct connaeu.e, jiin. u.uuum,
No. it Cedar at., Mew York
VTOTICE U hereby given that there will be a pet)
x ' lion piekeuleu to viie t'oinmliouer. or Morgan
county , Ohio, at tneir regular 6en.iou on the &rH
Mouday of December, lhbti, a.king lor a review
and alteiuiiou of that part of the Kidge Uoad
leudiug from M'Ciinneluville to (J.ysport thai lie
Deineen ji i'onneiviiie and the county line, cok
Uueiug .aid alteiuiiou to a grade of eeven degree
iruiu iue uuriauB-uo2-3w
1,000 A.cres of Land,
LOCATED TEN TEARS A OO,
For Salt or Eiiaange for Town Property.
rPHE L1U Is 8ITVATUU
X Uulivitu. bate, and Vemnn eouutiaa, Mntmiarl.
It ia well watered and timbered, that purUnu
Veiuou county i. within one uille and a hull
Nevada (Jilytb county aeat. or further partic
Biara can upua ana maworilMf'. r.rui. aaay.
THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Wm. C. T KID SIZE
till continue! to aecemmodaU tbt public with
whlrh rannot be nrpaed anywhere.
r Ire ha ceirecteri arranircmen'e wnerehT
any one run be arcmnmnclated witb tne nneet or
oil palntinj;!! and India Ink Work.
ROOMS, la J. C. Stpnc'a Ilulldlnc;,
Nurtli Cantor Street, orer Itoene'f 8addler Bh"p.
S A. Y
VJftl WOOD k rOSD'8 laV office,
M'CONNELSVILLE, ' OHIO
Invite tht ftUtntioB of all who with t? obtain
tbtt wlfl gite onkire eatliifactlan. Iff motto la
"la gire latiaraottou or do cliarxo "
Oil b. 8AVHE3.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERr, 80AP3, BRUSHE3,
TOILET ARTICLES, ALCOHOL.,
Pare Wiuet and Liquori
(For Modioin.! Purposes Only,)
lie hu aiBO constantly on band
large stock of
O0HD, TABMJUM WIVQQ W riXTVRM.
BURCKHOLTER & . BROTHER,
CAKDT BIAXCrACTlBtBJ '
AND PftALXU IV
CRACKHUS, NOTIONS, -"
and In faot everything that le oenally fcptl a
Orat cla.e Confeotiouery, all 01 wnioo wi. O. !
low for cah.
r Partlra and famllte. mpplled with CAKM
andCONri.t'IIONKUlt.Son.UjM aetlot. . -
V'e bT. alao a flr.t-clae
conuected with our aetab'.lahmeiit, wher tbtmait
fa.tidioua eplourei .an be anitea.
C. BrilCSillOLTEn H BSC,
NBABLT OPO0ITI Till WOPT BOVI1,
IF1 yojj "VVJUSTT
Chtap and 6tjlih
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWER,
JUL TS. JIB J3L33 C22 JCtiJ CZ3
TuuwlUflultbmio great profMloo tlV -
TA.UISTT Jt TRI1131UQ CTOB9
Lira. O. S, JC1TI7CON,
Old tcdlci' Drcu Copt. Concti, 61oth, Sodtfj,
Zephyri, in til Sbadct Bod Colon,
Yorai, Hoop Kklrti, it.,
tog.th.r with a thoiaanl nd on. arttolea of kMOty
ana utility, to o. aoia r.garai.M or dubi.
W CAI.I. AND BXAMIIf B thlt aplaodlA eV
and you will be convinced that thii U the plate t
buy theie UOOUB cheaper than the ebaapeel.
Iodic' Kcw Style TurbaDi
Ladici' Kevr Styled UaU
Tit Ml CO
11 to H IC
Ribbons or all 8t ylM n Pa-tces.
ITOEE, Kelt Door to Idami k E&hler.
Mrs. B. K. JOIINSOlSr
THE OLD FARMERS' EXCHANGE.
Km jwrl pea4 a eeaf lata afcwk t
OMSISTIKO Uf iM 09
HOOP BK1RT8, "
HEAVT k BLIACDED MU3L1KS,
BOOTS AND RllOSS,
HATS AND CAPS, ., &.
GROC E it 1 ES
Of ALL KllllVf.
We cordially InTlte oor friend, to Mil ai e
amine our .lock befura puichating el where. a
we art .atl.fied that we can aell a. c'i 'idm Ut
.i,.ui..ui urL. . . ... , , .. - .
Ivuv, t. W Wmmn a)1' f Ill .UOWIU. VU.
t a n T. WITT.
v w v a., m m aa.