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DEC. SI. 1H6.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
i
c
-
tV Business notices In the local
olumn of thispAer, not contracted
tor by the yenr, will be chargod 10
hdU per line. No notice inserted for
Uts than one dollar.
All advertinements and notices
intended for this paper thust be banded
in by Wednesday noon, for circum
stances compel s to go to press at
1 o'clock on Tuurodoy. . . ':
Ml- The Ohio House, (recently 'the
Kincaid House,) at the. foot ot Center
trset, has just been refurnished and
fitted up in the bc?t style. The new
landlord, Mr. Uurtr.ellhas had sereral
years' experience in the. hotoj business,
and is spoken of in the higheit terms
by thrso who know him.
MT Burckhqlter A Bi o. hnrr now
on hand the lurgoit assortment of toys.
candies and confectioneries tliat was
ever brought to this inarke. They
have a room fitted up erpeciitlly for
artielea designed for the holidays
awong which are articles suitable for
presents for either young or" old. All
those wishing to make presAnts to
thoir children or inends would d'j well
t give them a call.
K5P (iroat bargains to bo hud in all
kinds of goods at McC'urty's. Don't
fail to cull and secure one beforo it Is
too late.
Qr O. B. Nott & Co. have just re
ceived a spleudid assortment of Cloth
in;, Furnishing Goods, kc, which hare
been purchased siuce the late decline
in woolen goods, they are therefore en
abled to sell them at greatly reduced
prices. All those iu want of anything
jn their line would do well to givethem
' call beforo pnrchaMng elsewhere
What a beautiful dress is made
out of that cotton and wool plaid good
selling at Brewster & l'oberts' Empo
riura for '.i'i cents per yard.
tV More New Goods received at
the Book Store within a few dsys. and
till more expected.
m
t&r Thoso beautiful pluid Shawls at
McCarty't are gofog with a rush, call
before all are gono.
MOT Toys for the million, at Burt k
hollers.
, . mt m '
HT Balmoral Skirts at Brewster
Roberts' Emporium for SI 75.
WTho Atlantic Monthly, Boftdiu's
Monthly, Godey's Lady's Book, Ar
thur's Home Magazius, Peterson's
Magazine, Our-Voung Folks aud Nick
Nar for January, lfctiT, received at the
Book Store.
' JSe If you wanta nice handkerchief
r a splendid pair of gloves go to Mc-
Arty's, where they are to be fcund
cheap.
UsT For tho largest and freshest
oysters go to Burckholtor's. He gets
them up in a stylo that will suit the
'.aost f.istidoous epicure. ' He also has
them for tale by the can or half can.
ICjr Thoae beautiful Cloaks and
Cloakings are not alt gono, but are
goingfast.nttheEnipo.riiim of Brewcter
Jt liobirts. ,,. ; ':
f.. : ,yT
t. The approach.! tho holidays
brings with it some disposition to per
petrated the Mime-honored custom
bestowing presents upon our Xrienda
and acquaintances, and in this tonnec
ion we desire to say that the best,
most profitable and acceptable pres
ents that can be given are good
entertaining books, which, while often
used and enjoyed, ever keep green
the memory tho kindness of those
favored ua. The Book Store of Adair
Bro's is now well supplied wjth a large,
fresh and attractive assortment
Books and other goodsj and you
find something there suitable for
your friends, from the prattlingyoung
ate to the mature wind. "
Cash BtJ8iM(68. M'Caslin fi Touts,
intending after the first day of Janua
ry to sell exclusively for ecu h or
yroved country produce, respectfully
tuest those Indebted tn them to
and settle immediately. ' '
Wanted! Wanted!!
50,009 pounds of Beof Hides
Calf Skins, for which we will pay
highest market price, in cash. Sheep
skins taken at the market price.
The Skeleton Witness.
On Wednesday and Thursday even-
ings our eitizens turned out en masse to
witness the renditiou of tho throe act
drama, entitled "The Skeleton Witness"
or "Tho Murder at the Mount" and the
farce entitled "The Persecuted Dutch
man." The most of them went on the
first nigh beennso they wanted to help
the band along, and not because they
expected to see anything that, would
repay them, but they were nil agreea
bly disappointed, for they all agree
that (taking into consideration the
disadvantages under which they labor,
ed) .they, have- seldom seen es good ac
ting. The performance was w ell worth
the price of admission.
By roqnest.of many of our citizens
the perforijijioeo will ho repeated to
night, and also, by particular rcpiet
Mr. Win. 1'ylo will rcherso tho '-Siini-nolo's
Defiance." K ,
Adin'miiun to all p:irt of tho House
') cents. No reserved scats to nurlit.
JQr D. Jl. Mortley, intending here
after to do a xtrietly cath buincst, ro
speclfully requests thoso indebted to
him to call and settlo immediately.
II is books' must be closud. previous 'to
the first of January next, after which
t'itno ho will sell exclusively for cash
or approved country produce.
mt m - -
Sflb-GKORGK L. HOFFMAN is
paying the highest market .price fur
Hides, in cuth, hi the Malta Tan Yard,
and is selling Leather at the . lowtst
market price, for. rash.
no3-3ni
FROM WASHINGTON.
' :
'
of
and
in
who
of
can
all
.
op
re
call
and
the
Washington, Dec. 17. The Supreme
Court of the I'nHod States' to-day de
livered an opinion as to the legality
and Coiihtitutioiiulity of tho trials by
Military Commipsion. The cae boloro
the Court was txparte I.amdeit P. Mil
i,'an iu the Indiana habeas rorpu case.
The Court held that in the facts stated
in the petition and exhibited, that the
writ of hilmits corj'u was properly i
sued, aijd that Milignn siiould be dis
charged from wistody, and that the
Military Conimisrtion had no jurisdic
tinn legally to try and aentence the
petitioner. ' ! ''
Juhtice Davis delivered the opinion,
holding that Congress provided aguinst
Mich coiiuniHsionH, rather tlian in- lavor
of them, bv the act of Ib'iiH, and that
the Constitution the 'supremo law
the land in times ot peace, as in times
of war, ih cxiiresHl y agauiht tliem.
Chief Jubtice Chase, Justice Wayne
and Miller concurring. diHe"ted from
so much of the opinio as held that Con
grcHS-hns not the Constitutional power
to authorize military commission; but
but the Chief -justice concurs in the an
swers inwivtrt the (mentions certified
in tune ot war Congresn may authorize
military commission to try offenses
huch as charirud in thocuso beforo
Court. .
The District Suffrage Bill was form
allv considered in the Cabinet ol Fri
day luht. Tho members unanimously
concurred with tho President in
disHproval of it. All the members were
present except Mr. htanton, who was
absent from the ciiy, therefore his views
ot the measures wuro not mauo known
to the Cubiuet. The secretary of War
is expected to arrive hero in tho morn
ing, and tho Suffrage Bill will he before
'the Cabinot in tho afternoon, when
Stanton is expected to indicate his approval
or disapproval oi the President's
contemplated veto.
In tho Senate to day, whilo tho bill
repeal tho thirteenth section of tho
empowring the President to grant am
ucsty and purdon was uiuierconsidera
tion, .Mr. 'Jiumbull ttated that tho
jection to the ction sought to bo
pealed is that li is brouuer than
Constitution; that there can bono
now for exercising the power
to grant general amnesty and purdon
and that Congress did not desire to
party to giving thePresident greater
power than is conferred' by the Consti
tution. It .was admitted, however, that ,
President's power to restoro property
will not ne afleeted Uy tho repeal
the thirteenth section; that the Presi
dent has accompanied pardon by
order directing property to be restored;
but this can not eflect the title to con
fiscate property when third parties
tervene, or have acquired rights. ,
was also admited that the President
tan pardon an offense before or
conviction. i .
The Ways and Means' Committee
further discussed tho Bciltwoll
Bill this morning; bnt carne to no
elusion witn regard to any ot us
. It is understood that thcro
considerable division of oppinion as
the amount of geld that should bo
in tho Treasury, and this inayeveude
feat the proposition entiroly,
Committee resolved to postpone furth
er consideration of thesubjoet until
the holidays, and to have uo
during the adjournment. 1
remaining time before tho recess
be occupied in collatipg matters bear
ing upon tho tax bill.' '
. Governor Worth's North Carolina
delegation, including himself,
justice iiuffln, ex-Governor Swain
Hon. Nathaniel Boyd on, had inter
views with tho President eat.; Attorney
general to-day, regarding the subject
of General Sickles new order in
Croli nas prohibiting corporeal punish
ment. . The laws of Norln Carrlimv
is well known, provide for the punish-
ment of larceny, perjury and bigamy
oj pu one wiiipning, inu tuwre ucing
of
no penitentiary in the State, and the
law being applicable not only to men
and women, but to offenders of every
race and color.
The delegation were instructed to
come here for the purpose of influenc
ing the authorities to rescind the or
den They express themselves satisfi
ed with the rcKiiIt, of their interviews,
and hope from intimations that they
have received, that their object will
soon be accomplished. Incidentallly,
the delegation will undoubtely do
something toward countci acting the
efforts of ex-Governor Holdcn bud his
friends who were here a few days since
with the originul draft of the North
Carolina Enabling Act, presented to the
House by Mr. Stevens, and urging its
prssagc. "! 1
Up to this evening tho President
had not received Mid bil'. It wan ru
mored at the Capitol to-day thata nes
tion having arisen as to whether the
bill would not fail if kept bv tho Presi
dent tho full Constitutionallimit of ten
dnvs. which-wiold expiro during the
holiday recess, that, therefore to dis
pense with all doubts on the subject,
its presentation to the President would
be delayed until the reassembling of
Congress. ' ' ." '.'
'Srnr CKf kok a Fei.on. A poul
tice of onions, applied morning, noen
and night, for threo or four days, will
cure a leion. 7ow matiernow oai t no
case, splitting tho finger. . w.ill bo un-
necesary, if this poultice bo used. e
have seen it tried several times, and
know that the remedy is a mro, safe
and speedy one. Sir 1 ma Report. :
Don't put out kerosen lamps by
blowing down the chimney. A doctor
in Peoria tried it the other night; tho
lamp exploded, and the doctor narrow-
escaped losing his eyes.
Jfeirlt must at anv rato be said for
(Jeneral Butler that he showed in the
war that he knew how to use cold steel
but only in the t'orne of a stccl-pen.
Louisville Journal.
atyGcneral Grant shook hands with
a boy twelve years old iu Washington
a few days siuce, and remarked that
he honed he would nottiave to. visit
. . . .
v aslnninoii "when ne necame a man.
as it is a bad place for ment) visit.
hut harmless to little boys. . .
MJ5Iajor Cloary, of one of the Brit
sh reciments in Canada, has boen
court-martialed tor going.to England to
get married after leave had been re-
fushed.
FROM WASHINGTON. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
ot the Morgan Co.
Agricultural Society for the
Year 1866, to Date.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, Dec. 17. 1866.
RECEIPTS.
Halanr duo Rocirlj' Imin Unt year,
C'li fur Mt intxTMli ijm fur ltiti,
" ' lieHtuunint and atitll lentil,
' " Siile 'f day Ui ket",
C.ikh from It. W- (ii:iy lor theep paatnrt,
T9U
Tin 01
HI 119
iis 61
' 3 fiO
Tut.il receipts,
$1,10 30
EXPENDITURE.
laib to p iy pnuiiiiim for lUl
I7IS 7J
i.iuiljujU'd preiniuin of Imt year 3 tMi
kin. lor priiiiiiiir, iia u'l
fur lumlKraiid iuir niukiiitc
etulU and ttir iiiipiuvrmeiitt ou r'mr
li i-jiiuiN,
fuali paid Attorney for li-il acrvli-H,
Kxpeuaet ul lioldiiiK K.iir,
Total expcudiluii',
lteceikt.
tlieiiUituiea,
Ualuiuc In Treasury-,
3 (10
ii 01)
117 'ii
ll.'ij 01
11.3.10 M
I7U i't
FORD SILL, Treasurer.
Commercial.
M'CONNELSVILLE MARKET.
M'CONNLSVILLE, Dec. 21. 1864.
re
the
ne
cessity be
the
ot
an
in
It
FLOi-a U SO Kat-a ier btrrtl. .! v
Wuaar 12 &0 per tiuabel. ' ,
' 4Tt 31 uut per barbel,
t'oav so ceuia i tr bnahe!.
Ki.ai Sain Ii 00 ptrtianh',
HiRMTSprliiK. bOc; r ail, 75 air kaak .
Hit-IU) oo lo II 01) par Ion.
Daian Ariaaa-I? 0U perlmtb!.
Hi'TTaa 'iS cent per pound.
Kuua l'i lc n la par da.n.
C'HH itha l.iit 25 cent.
C'nrraa 'is to 33 cant.
CounTer Koa 8 cnta pr poard. ' 1
Huoah l& lo 20 tenia par pouuil.
Bosoi-M 4A inilt par gallon per barrl.
l,aun IU cenia pound, in jara a -id kig.
C'amulk (lalloa) 18 cauta per II. by boi.
" '' ii taut at ruil.
1 ' -(fllai) Sceiita parlb.liy boa. ,
" J.'i caula at ivUil. '
Soar 10 to Ii cauta par bar.
( HK9 2.5 CL'iitH par pound.
hiLT fi 4 ' par barrel rolail.
bTuKi coai l'i caul par Liulitl,
Him IS to 26 centa al rctad.
Hiuaa 15 tent per pound.
KuoULiiaua 14 to l nrtri.
Tat-Low 8 to IU i en In.
Wuisev l'i ia per gallon.
B4NJ Ii uO pr bslil.
Gold
con
pro
visions. is
to
left
The
af
ter ses
sions The
will
and
the
as
r. v.
Woal'r
r. b. roNB
WOOD & POND,
iltorntvs und Counselors at Law,
M'C'ON N KLAV I I.LIi, Oil 10.
F, 13; PONiVNolary Public.
n3-ly
,000 -Acrofi of Land,
LOCATED TEX YEARS A OO,
for Sals or Kxiliangc fur Town rrojitfty,
rpilE L4 IS SlTl'ATi:i I.f
-L UulWan, Uuteaaud Vernm couutiaa, Uittoui'i.
It la well watared aud timbered, 'ibut portion
Vemoii county la witliiu una mils aud a bull
Nevada City lbs county teit, ?or lartber paitio
nlara call upoa lb Tr-''(ib,r Term raa.
' J&mtU VOWH84V,
jon v. em.
tJlll
j
ADAIR BRO'S
. , DIALERS IH ;
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PERIODICALS,
.Wall Paper, Cullerj, It,
Adjoining the First. National Bank,
9IX'OXEI.STlLLE, OHIO, '
K-p cnmUtiiW en h(filcli of School,
Mlscfllsuirone, lllank ! oihrr
Hooks, whxl) ibty sell at publisher's
prices . and as cbp M on be bought Kilt.
Ow tiick of
ALBUMS,
' POCKET BOOKS,
HYMN BOOKS,
PORTFOLIOS,
SCHOOL CARDS,
CUTLERY,
BLANK BOOKS,
PA PUR.
ENVELOPES,
AND NOTIONS
tr tl'. kind it enmi!tt tml Hi lt In tli nmket.
W rf tf in iroodi fruin lb Kl trrtj ima
wrrk. snil ki UI In inppijr on alion nolle ny
llilnc in our Una tint we nut not liar nn hand.
The Itoliilnjr, will ihm,ii Ii nn baiift. and pemon
ilrnii uiK aometli ioif ni lr i'irnti tan hatuiled
l.y ralli;m at Hi. HJt)K BUlllK. -
IV luUoit k-tuing uii Willi th time, and a
tlit Uui.k bttii i. u Uliithed Iimtilutlnii In
nToiii.rlatiil, w ak Hie pn'ilio lo yite ua a rail
nnrl ( what w h... and w reel kxured tbet
till iiinlin t piircbattul lit, nH h tlitinil wall
wliat llier ret, and Irll tbrir utililuit la "( and
tio likuwn ' l ; I loS
Cheap and Slylinh
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWERS
AN .
fl&Etinn be clj rM" ra
Ynii 111 fi'iJ l belli ill gieat profyiiol at lb
v.4xiii:ty . z'u:mii.u stoiii:!
- . .or .
r.Irs. S. E. JOHNSON.
ALSO
Old I.ndiri' Drr lain, Corstts, Clovca. Ilositry,
cjiliyrii. iu all Miuiiti and luior,
inrnx, iidoji Mum, e.,
njclhr Willi a tlinut:md aud nnearticlet of brant
and utility, to lc aold iegiOl or ouat. ;
- CAl.I, AM) K.XAM1.XK till 1udi(t tmk
alid ynu lll eoiiviin ed tlmt thi 14 tli plac t
buy tli (iDUi vliepar tuan tag cbeanctt.
tadir' Xrw Slylc Tiirbam . 7:t lo il 00
Ladifs' Sljltd Hull.- - U 10 it
Flowrn ' B)ful W
Illl.:ons of all Miles und l'tlres.
STORE, Ml Uuur to Aduni 4 Kslilcr.
Lih. S. 10. JOIIISTSOT
THE OLD FARMERS' EXCHANGE.
J.&C.L.naii
, 4 :
HELL STREET,
MALTA, OHIO,!
IUt jurt I'peiicd a tnmpltl atotk of
NEW, GOODS
tONKJSTWO JM TAUT t
CASMM Kfth'i, . '
A I ItS,
;' A M' ACIUS,, . , ' '
I'ltlX ''S, varimn atjlea,
I5ALMOR&L SKIRI'S,
IIOOl' SKUUrf,
DLLA1N1CS,
' CLOAK IXUH.
i
In
of
" ' ijASSIMKBB.
V ' . BATIKKT8,.
JKAXa
TWKED3,
ItRAVT A BLRACHlCb ML'SLIKS,
, milUTING l-'LAXNICLB;
NO r'lOX.4,: QUKKNSW ARK,' 'J " "' '
K00I8 AM) RUO&i,
IIAT.S AND CAPS, A., As.
ALSO
Ladies' Futs
., AKD '
G It 0,0 K Li l.KS
OF AIL KINDS.
W eoidially Inril our friend to eall and
amiii our ators ttriire purcbaniua ricwner.
wo ar aallalled that w van erl a cheap
ebaapeal, W lake great uleaaui is ahowlug
good.
T. k C Ti. HAUi
THE ART' OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
till coDlinaftto accmmoiW tb pnbUc with r
. ... . . ' . i '
PnOTOURAPH8,
FKRKOTYPK8,
AMBIWTTPErl,
UHWH, ho,
whirU eannnt b iirpad anywher
tr H haa parrected rranemen'a wiifiy
Itijr one etn li ceinmndated tllu lb Daett of
oil ainliu(i and India Ink Work.
noons, In J.t'. Stone's Itatldln-,
Nrth rntr Street, otr Botne'i Pdllr Blicp.
s.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
S, 8 A YRES,
OVKR WOOD A rOND'B LAW OFflCI,
H'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO
laritth a.ltntieaof all wkowith tibial
pnoTQGtirns,
iriicKcoTirEi,
1IBR0TIPES.
t'uatwill Ii' tntlr aatiafaotian. Mr motto la
To .ti aaliafacttoa or iu chariio
not 8. hAYRKS
iUI
2
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d
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ta
our
J-ALEXANDER,
. At'Connolsville, O.,
' DIALBE IV
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY, BOA PS, BRUSHES,
' '"
TOILET AItTICLI.8, ALCOUOL,
f .'
Pare Yiocf and Uqaori.
(For Modicioal Furposss Only,)
ULASS. , .
rurrr,
PA1N18.
OILS.
YARNlHIlEii.
DYE BTUFFS,
Aa., Ac,
: '. . 1 M
lie lias also constantly on hand
, . i large stock ; of , -i '
Wall l?aper, ' ' '
' ' ' ' ' ' '
"Windo-w Shades,
CORD. TAtVXL JD4T trXTOMM
'mam1
BUSINESS JDIKEOTORY.
I. . 1TAWI.
. L. iM.
EVANS &'M'ES,'J
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE, one doer vett of Roltrtton't
JJrvg (ore, "" w
" 8i'coxeivili-e, onto. '
post-iiousk;
CENTER ST., Xear Sttamboat Wharf,
IIXO..CLSMLLE, OHIO
.. JIITC1LP, Prop'r B. B, BBTC1LF, n i.
W The ebo h"ia il eonimiid1 ana, with gie;
81 A 111. I Sid couct.d. Special effoiU will i-m
made to aupply tbe wanta ot gjetU.
KIRBY & RUTLEOGE,
Ulcrchnnt Tailors,
Center St., M'CouuelsvlIle, O.,
ons door west of J . B. Stones Ji Co s
Tuey ar alwty raadf to aceotnaaodel
n.tniupra at the biwaat cath rat.
A KIT Alwai warranted., ,
DENTITRY.
Dr." Y. IS. 'J1AMBLCT0I1
fw I'fra, 5ntlnu( lo ofTer LI proUaaloMl
hfrji - Jk ericew to th pabll la all th.
UlrrfrTf fanetieaandatyleaol V.aiitur .
ar Particular attention giran to ta ttMiiu
lion ot teetk on KL'lUlUlt l'LATt'8
. .. OFFICE:
Center Street, M'ConnelsvllIe, O.
.I AM L. BKUUY.
.ttonug at ator
OFFICE OVER EEBWITBB EOBBSTT ITtU,
al
U CONSELSriLLi. OHIO.
u ...
J. EWlNGj M. IX
lPlxysician and Surgeon
IX'CO.VVEI.STIIXE, OUIO. - .
OFl'If E, iu East Eoom of Haou'i Li BiUOitf.,
;'(.,'. . ; i . i. i
-PrfiuiloBal Call fVomcjily attnrt4 to-Wj,'
a-V Tirtloular aUtnt.an gira to tw
f ijaa Lung aud Chroma kiaaaa. , . . 'i
RESIDENCE, al
AJuun
aol . ,
tli a TatUrann U
A Kablar' filer.
r
. W. U. KELLY.
I'liyaicinn andSurgeou,
M,CO..fELiiVILI,E( OHIO.
Bpeclut tltentinn (;:en to the Ireatimaol f
C'm.ONiOi)aEAHE8. .v 9r
T rjftttional dallt irpAiptly ratponlad .
Olf 113Soolhwtit Curniv of iliePutilit naic
. M. tTAN'BCRT.
m w. rtM
STANBEUY & PYLE,
itorntss at r
UcCONKEI.STILLB
OFFICE Second
I StorT.sf
Eorrii1
1 .' :
mrm- t ...I k.l..u ....' ll.n.4
mm Hu... vi"u'-; ,
petlUnnUo is to tb evilaetiva f all A
luiciauua.
OHIO.
iiUiitog.
it ',
AS
we
ai-l '
liALLKltY OF AKT.
.
Ac.
'.I
TBI FIVBBT 0I
AUUROTTPEI,
SPIIEREOTTaTBaL,
PIIOTOCnArill. .)..
, A!tU CEBIaS
TAKEMt UY
J. W. MoOQMAB,
HALL'S BUILDING, MALTA, CKIR
Aluoerfect AMBROTYPSS Ukn la LoaaMaa
ml Breastpiu. : My prie ar cheaper thaa Ua
elieapeat, and rry work I warrautad to Rite aWa
ruction. Tli pulilU will preUt ay oalliug ea
bafor going Uwhr.
uoi jiisi w. m i;uhab.
J. SKIVINGT0lN,M.Ds,
r -I
Reipartfully offr hi profaitional (rrieaw to
tli citiicu of alcqoodjitiUU and Tieiuit. (
fllee, at th Utarquturt UnM,
B. F. POWER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICB with J, I. Bam, Ceitir Ilreet
M
OO K
il U
nulhthoiis
a
'
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