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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Business notices in the local
eotama of . this paper, not contracted
fcr by the year, be charged 10
eeaU per line. No notice inserted for
Was tban one dollar.
'All advertisements and notices
intended for this peper muit be handed
la ' by Wednesday noon, for circum
stances compel mb to go to press at
1 'clock on Thursday.
49 A superior assortment of ladies
gaiters ai ucuariy s.
GEORGE L. nOFFMAN is
paying the higheit market price for
Hides, in cash, at the if alta Tan Yard,
and is selling Leather at the hxrett
aaarket price, for cash. ' no2-3m
KST D. II. Mortley, intending here
after to do a etrietly cash lutintsi, re
spectfully requests tboso indebted to
him to call ' and settle immediately.
His books must be closod previous to
the first of January nest, after which
time he will sell exclusively for cash
or approved country produce.
Wanted! Wanted!!
10,000 pounds of Beef Hides and
Calf Skins, for which vre will pay the
highest market price, in cash. Sheep
kins taken at the market price.
ao30 3m Barker k M'Dakiil.
Cash Lceinxss. M'Caslin & Fonts
istonding after the 'fret day of Janua
ry to sell exclusively for cofh or ap
proved country produce, reepoctfullj re
quest those indebted to thou to call
asd settlo immediately.
KTA fow assortment of all kinds of
goods at UoCarty's.
who. wno Will go wituout a pair
f thich cotton 11 sece lined Drawers,
1T V1?l t i
when they cun bo bought.for one dol
Ur f Bi ewetor & Hoberts.
Lady's Friend, Demorest's
Young America, Itivoreide Magazine,
and Mad. Demorest's Maguzine, for
January, 1SG7, and Every Saturday,
containing Dickcn'a ChrislinHB Story,
received at the Book Store of Adair
Bros
Persons in search of bargains,
snoald not fail to call at McCurty's be
fore purchamng elsewhero, as Le is de
termined to sell as cheap as tho cheap
est
tor- The supply., of Goods at the
Book Store is being kept up in good
variety, notwithstanding tho rush for
the past few days. A fresh arrival
from the East on the 20th, enables. that
nrra to say that they J.ove just opened
a fine variety of Books for tho Holi
days. Also, ladies' portmonies, gen
tleraan's large' and small pocket-books
backgammon boards, diaries for 18C7,
penholders, elates, stationery, Lristol
card-boards, school-books, dictiona
ries, Universnlist hymn-books, alpha
let and building blocks, and a , largo
assortment of literary and amusing
games for Winter evenings. Also.
new lot of poetical and miscellaneous
publications.
1ST A few more of those new Plaid
Shawls at McCarty's, which are being
sold at a bargaia.
Stooiis. M'Caslin it Fouta are sef
liag a ery superior quality of Stogy
Cigars. They are manufactured by
Brownley Cochran, of this place,' and
are most certainly in flavor and al
tuat tends to make tue good cigar,
equal, if not superior, the old Wheel
mg stogies. Smokers should all try
them.
What a Gentleman wants and
Should Have.
A fur trimmed Cap or a "Resorts
Hat."
Beaver-cloth for an Overcoat.
Fine French -cloth for Dress-coat.
Fancy Ctissimere for Pants.
Under-shirts and Drawers, from (1
to $5 each.
A fancy silk-velvet Vest-pattern.
A Shakespeare Collar.
A Derby Neck-tie.
A boautiful Shirt-j"rpnt.
A pair of fine or coarse Boots.
A pair of thick cotton or wool Socks
All of these articles can be bough
cheap at tho Emporium of Brewster &
Roberts. '
t& A new lot of Jeans, Tweeds,
Cloths, and Cassiraerae. just j-eceived
W. kai. ITall's ...
ft3rGrep.t bargaiogs at li Carty's in
Dry Goods, dont fail to call and ex
amme, before it is to late.
ftT We cull attention to the tew
advertisement cf IT. l)unsmoor & Son.
These gentlemen nill supply the pub
ic, its they have beretoforo done, with
furniture at prices which cannot be
essened by any one. Their stock is
now extensive in variety, and durable
and neat in quality, but thoy intend
to bo continually enlarging it Give
them a call.
IS-A petition, fifty-two feet lone,
containg the names of nearly all the
prominent citizens of New Mexico, has
been forwarded to Washington, pray
ing for an increased military force in
that Territory as being absolutely ne
cessary to protect the lives and prop
erty of the people against the Indians,
who are plundering ana murdering
with impunity.
Should Have. A Detroit Sensation-A $10,000
Job.
A singular confidence gamohas been
played in Detroit. A smooth tongued
ndividual nninca lilunt, formed the
acquaintance of a young lady of the
city, and acquaintance ripened into
friendship and friendship into love.
lilunt gradually ingratiated himself
Into the good grace of the younir lady's
family, and became- their confidential
adviter. Learning that the father of
bis inamorato had some real estate
worth about S13.00U, which he desired
to sell, Blunt obtained authority to
sell it, and the title deeds were put in
his possossien. Uu the strength o( them
he put on a great many airs on 'Change
and was generally regarded as a man
of property. Not finding a purchaser
at (13,000 he lowered the price to 10,
000, for which ho fold it, 6,0()0 being
paid down. With this sum Blunt at
once decamped, and Iihs not sinco been
beard from. ilio salo having been
mado without the neeesNsry trnnsfer,
in, of course, invalid, and the would-be
Li1
Hirchnnor is left to mourn the loss of
s$U.0b0, end the yourg Icily of her
scolly lover.
Affairs in Ireland.
The London Constitution, of Decern
ber 2, says: .
"iho accounts Jrora Ire. ana during
the past week hcvobeen heart-sickening.
There aro already sullicient
troops to hold the i'mIulJ us if it were
m newly conquered country, yet more
troops are dispatched in such br.ste as
if ft formidable invader had ejected a
landing. Around the coast are vessels
of-war. Arms, ammunition and mon
ey are daily soized by the police.
Personal liberty is in abeyance, and
suspected persons Ire hourly arrested
The men of the North are thirsting for
an encounter with the men of the South
Tho uor.stubul.'.sy are armed with cut
lusats und breech-loaders. It is buid
that Stephens, the Head-center, has
returned from America; and, also, that
the cities uretobc simultaneously fired.
Dublin is nightly patrollol by cavalry
Every-wkcro tho soldiers are under
arms by night and by day. In a word,
Ireland is in a state of insurrection.-
The rising may take place next week
or next month, but it seems a mockery
to hope that, ufler all, there will be no
actual rising, and thut the embryo in
surrection will die still-born."
TntOmaiNALOiLllANitJ Canada.
The Halifax (N. S.) Recorder tells
the follow iug story of this individual:
About ten years ago a man named
Pratt, who possesed in a remarkable
degree tho roving disposition, happen
ed to pass, through the township of
Enniskillen, and seeing tho gum beds,
as they were termed, shrewdly guessed
that there was something good to be
found there. He accordingly bought
seventy acres of lapd in which is now
tho center of the oil districts, und after
having the gum analyzed at Hamilton
left tho country. He went to the
silver mines of Mexico, where no doubt
he found adventures enough to satisfy
even his spirit, and on the breaking out
of the late war he took up arms on the
side of the South, and fought the Yan
xees ior iour years, in me mean time
nothing was heard from him, and on
the discovery of oil in Enniskillen his
estate was administered and reverted
back to the Crown. About three
three ago however , tho stopped over
into a large oil establishment, announc
ed himself the original old I'ratt, and
politely requested tho soi disant propri
etors to clear out. Utterly confounded
these gontleinen handed over 9100,000
to quiet the title, and Mr. Pratt set off
for Ottowa, where he asked the Com
missioner of Crown Lands by what au
thonty his land was taken fcora him
and given to others. . The answer was
in so far satisfactory that he set off in
high gloe, and when, the . writer met
him on the cars, was on bis way to Oil
Spring, to give a number of wealthy
trespassers, as he considers them, par
ticular scissors. He expects to realise
some two or three hundred thousand
poller J.i grtld frnm tie transaction
Ability and Indian Skill.
The name of each tribo of Indians
has a signification, which is represen
ted by a sign that is well understood
by them all.
The Camanche, or "Snake," is indi
cated by making with the hand a wa
ving motion, in indication of the crawl
ing of the reptile.
The Cayenne, or "Cut Arm;" by
drawing the hand across the arm, to
imitate cutting it with a knife.
The Arapahocs, or -'Smellers," by
seizing the nose with the thumb and
forefinger.
The Sioux, or "Cut-throats.by draw
ing the hand across the throat.
Tho Pawnees, or "Wolves," by pla
cing a hand on each side of the fore
bead, with two fingers pointing to the
front, to represent the narrow, sharp
ears of the wolf.
The Crows, by imitating the flapping
of the bird's wings with the palms of
the Lands.
On approaohing strangers the prai
rie Indians put thoir horses at full
speed, and persons not familiar with
their peculiarities and habits might in
terpret this as an not of. hostility; but
it is their custom with A iends as wsll
as enemies, and should not occasion
groundless alarm.
When a party is seen approaching
thus, and are near enough to distin
guish signals, all that is necessary iu
order to ascertain thoir disposition is
to raise the right hand, with the palm
in front, and gradually push it lor ward
end back several times. They all un
derstand this to be a command to hult,
and if they are not hostile, it will at
once be obeyed.
The astonishing aptness of the In
dians in "tracking" is shown by this
intercatitie pastace from a writer on
Indian character:
Almost all the Indians whom I have
met vritn are proncicnt iu this species
of knowledge, the faculty of acquiring
which appears to be initio with them.
Exigencies of woodland end prune li'b
stimulate the savage from childhood
to develop faculties important in the
arts of war and of the chase.
I have seen very fewwhilomon who
were good trailorn, and practice did
not soetn muterially to improve the
faculties in this regard. They have not
tho same acute perceptions of those
things as the Indian or the Mexican
It is not apprehended that thisdifllcult
branch of wood-craft can be taught
from books, as it portains almostcxclu
sivcly to the school of practice; yet I
will giyo some facts relating to tho
habits of tli" Indians that will Xa-jlli-tate
tho acquirements.
A party of Indians, for example,
starting on a war excursion, leave their
families behind, and never transport
their lodges; whereas, when they move
their families they carry their lodges
and other effect. If therefore, an In
dian trail is discovered with tho lodge
poles upon it, it Las" certainly not been
made by a war party; but if the tracks
do not show the ttace of the lodge
poles, it will be equally certain that a
war or hunting party has passed thnt
way, and if it is not desirod to come in
conflict with them, their direction may
be avoided.
An Indian, on coming to a trail, will
generally toll at a glance it age, by
what particular tribe it was made, the
number of the party, and many other
things connected, with ltastOHishing to
the uninitiated.
I remember upon one oocassion, as I
was riding with a Delaware upon tho
prairies, we crossod the trail of a large
party of Indian.? traveling with lodges
The tracks appeared to me to be quite
fresh, and I remarked to the Indian
that wo must be rmar tho party. "Oh,
no." said-iie. "the trail was made two
days beforo in the morning," at the
same time pointing with his finger to
where the sun would bo at about eight
o'clock. Then, seeing my curiosity
excited to knew by what means he ar
rived at this conclusion, ha called my
attention to the fact that there Lad
been no dew for the last two nights,
but on tho previous morning it had
boon heavy. He then pointed out to
mo spears of grass that had busn press
ed down into the earth by the horses'
hoofs, upon which the sand still adhered
having dried on, thus clearly showing
that the grass was wet when the tracks
were mado. ...
Making a Oh k at fcuuTUEr.N Cut.
Houston, Texan, that had only 6,000
inhabitants in 1800, now has over iiO,
000. The Telegraph of that city says:
Our city is perfectly filled with
strangers from all the lour quarters of
the globe, and our hotels and restau
rants are filled to overflowing with them.
We are at a loss to know where they
all come from. But the best of it all
is, they have all mostly got money,
and uie buying up the vacant lota and
blocks around the crlty, with tbe inUn-
criori of baildingou thenv
MARRIED.
M'CAKTY VTHELL. Br R. W. Mniril
Grime, on the evening of thelith it.it., at the
hrida't home, Mr. (.'bailee 11. M'Cartv end
Mile Kutiry Kthell.
M!.T''AI.F-KF.KISOy. BT Elder Ene-h
IT". on t! ",1 itmt., Hf.. Moure MMeelf end
MIki. ."( n-y hrniimi, all of Morgan Towmhip.
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
of the Morgan Co
Agricultural Society for the
Year 1866, to Date.
M'CONNELSVILLE, Ohio, Dec. 17, 1868.
RECEIPTS.
Balance due Roclrty from last year,' I 79 It
Caih for Hrtnbrliipe f'ir Inm, 7JS 00
' Ilcntaurnnt and UII tents. 1 09
Hiileof day tii ketn, til 63
Caah from 11. W' Uraj fur ihefp paitore, 3 60
Total 11,33010
EXPENDITURES.
Canh to pa premium! for ISilS, 1711 75
" " unmli'inlvd premium of leet teat ton
" " tiilla for printing, 115 00
" ' for lumber and lauor making
atalla aud other iinprureaituta on Fair
(jrounda, 32S 00
Taab paid Attorneys fnr legal eervicee, 25 00
Expeuaee ol holding fair, 117 VB
Total expenditures,
Receipt, i
txpeuditurea,
11,25101
1 1,3 30 J
11,34 03
707
Balance In
FORD SILL, Treasurer.
Commercial.
M'CONNELSVILLE MARKET.
M'CONELSVILLE, Dec. 18, 1889.
Fi oce-.IU 80 Eit-e per barrel.
Waear 11 60 per bmhal.
'lata 34 oente par bu.bel,
(V.aN e0 centa per bmhe).
Fli Blip S3 oil per buhal.
IlA a LIT Spring . 0c; Kail, 7le pl blati.
IUt-IIO uo to It 00 per ton.
Daieu ArrLaa-13 00 par bmhal.
Brrrea 35 eenti per pound.
Kooa 11 ceula per doaan.
CnmiBNa l.lre 33 cente.
Corral SA to 33 ceute.
CuuktkI' huar S centi par poeiti.
rii;u 15 to 3U cent! par pound,
fioauou 45 oaute per gallon per barrel.
I.aau IS ceu It pound, in jara and ktg.
CiJOilI ( lllo) H ranU.per lb by bol.
M " 36 tenia at null.
(Star) SO ceula pir lb. 1 bo.
11 " 33 cent, at latall.
Hoar 10 to 15 centa par bar.
t'naaii 35 ceula par pwuud.
rLT-S3 5'J per b.irrei -latall.
.ton a coai. 13 caul! per bmhal.
Ilava IS to 3i eeuta at itlail.
hll'ie I ceula per pound.
huoCl.MKe 14 o 16 Clbll.
fii.Loll H lo IU ceula.
'uik f'J 35 per galloi.
BnM-i uu j'ib..al.
.
II.DMSM0011&S0N
DEALERS l!t ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE,
Hank Building,
Keep constantlj on hasd
H ireaiu.
Leu 'l i:;t.
1,u:.i'. u Ueda.
L'tUtil(3lt
Maltrenata,
Wu.h btande,
Candie Htmide,
Toilet blaude,
Cnba,
8ife.
I lnotH,
Hieakrai-t Tablet,
lMinuii T.kbiei.
Cemuiuuiuu Tablee,'
Extrnalon Tables,
Cli.lhea Uarki,
Cane Heal Chairs,
Wood
Urouuj Haudlei, 4e,,
and are receiving slmoat weekly sdilitiana to
Iheir alock, whii.li they are dcterutiiied to evil aa
cht'ap ea lUu cht-apeai, and at all tiuiea at pricea
in av.cordauc Willi the liuiee. du38
Jou.t I auais.
A. A ADAIB.
ADAIR BRO S
DIALBBS .lie
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PERIODICALS,
Wall Paper, Cutlerj, 4e,
Adjoining the First National Bank,
BI'CO.VELSTIIXE, OHIO,
Keep constantly an bad all elaurs of School,
Miscellaneous. Ultsnk and other
UooltS, winch they sell at puntiaher'f
prices, ana as ebeap si oas be boayht Sail.
Our attx'k of
ALBUMS,
rOCKET BOOKS,
HYMN BOOKS,
PORTFOLIOS,
SCHOOL CARDS,
CUTLERY,
BLANK BOOKS,
PAPER,
ENVELOPES,
AND NOTIONS
of all klndi li enmplate and the beat In the maikil
We aiereceifiUK good from tbe tiat eeerjr two
week, and are able to eupply onaheit notice any.
Iliiuit in our line that we ma; not hare on hand.
The Holidaye will aoon be on hand, and paraora
deiiriug aomeihlDK nice for pteeente can beauited
by calliug at the UOOlt Bl'OUlj.
We inland keepiug up witb the tinea, and
the llmk ht'tie ia an eilahliahed Inatituliun
H i;onniaf nier we aik tbe public to give ue a call
aua aee wnat we nate, ana we leel aaeured the?
will incllue te parch aie of na, aad beiatiafied with
what they get, and Ml their aeighbers le "go and
Bounty! Bounty!
COLD1KR3, WIDOWS, to., Interest
J the late lav equalteiug bountlee, are Informed
that the uudereigued ia prepared to attend to that
kind of k'ueiaett wilU diipatch aud oa reeeoaeule
eriua.
ffidowi, Children or the Parenti of Soldieri
who died in aereice of dlieamorwouridicontracttd
oi received in line of duty, will reoeire the tame
amount aa would bare teen paid tbe eoldier blav
eel bad be served hie full tern of enliatmant.
JAMfcVi M UAYLUKD,
A
as
In
Is
THE ART CF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Wm. C. TREBIZ
till eonllaneito Mcemmodate tbe paeSe wltit
PHOTOGRAPHS,
FERROTYPF.3,
AMBROTTTEa,
QBMrl, A,
trbUS eennot be enrpaMed anywhere.
H He bae ,rfetej erranjemerrte wbereby
any one can be accemmodated with I tie fliiitof
oil palutioga end India Ink Work.
ROOMS, Iu J. C. fltone's IluIIdlns;,
North Tenter Street, oyer Boene'e Gaddler Shop.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
8. S. SA.YKES,
. AVER WOOD k rOND'B LAW OFF1CK,
M'CONNELSVILLB, OHIO
Isrlleetbe stUBUeaef all wkewlab to ebtela
PESTOGiirns,
H'WEEEOTirSI.
1MBE0TI1X1.
AND tSXl,
thai will give eaUre eallifaAles. My anetto le
"To give eatiafaettoD of bo charge."
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DB. J-ALEXANDER,
M'Connelsville, O.,
DIALia I
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
PEftFUUERT, 8OAP8, BRUSHES,
TOILET ARTICLES, ALCOHOL,,
Pore Winei and Llquori,
(For Medioiaal Purposes Ouly.)
ULAS8,
purrr.
PAINTS,
OILS.
VARNISTIE4,
DYE BT7PS,
As., Ao , Ao,
He has also constantly on band a
large stock of
Wall Paper,
"Window Shades,
00. IVeaWJXf WUTfT mmM
BUSINESS D1KECT0UY.
a. a. btass.
; L. SSI
EVANS & JONES.-
ATTORNEYS AT LiVT,
OFFICE, one floor vest cf RcbrUo'
Drug Eton, . . ,
rco..ELSTiiXEf onio.
POST HOUSE,
CENTER ST., Near Steamboat Wharf,
SI'CO.XEMILLE, OniO..
MiTCAtP, Prop'r M. B. BETC1LP, IT.
(W The abotsbeaaeta eommorflena. with aSod
PTABI.1NU conaected- Soeclal effoits will w
made to eupply the went of gaeete. .
KIRBY & RUT LEDGE,
Merchant Tailors,
Center St., M'ComnelsTlllw, O, ,
one door west of J. B. Etonoa A Oo's.
Thet are alwtre raadf Is eooomawdate
tnateniera at tbe loweal eaah rates. - -
ST A KIT alwaye warranted. i
DENTITEY.
Dr. W. IN, UAMBLET011
onttaoes to offer ble peofeaatoaaj
aerelcee to the publle In all abw
arlelieeandatyleeot BJIIaHmi
Partlenlar attention glean lo Us a ateme)
Moa of teeth on EUUUKB fLATU.
OFFICE,
Center treet, M'ConnelsT llle, Sa.
JAMES L. BERRY,
Uapq at $ afo.
0FFIC3 OTBE BEffW ITSK s &0B11TT ITtU,
WCOKNXLITULM, OJf
eat-ly
J. EWlNGiM. D,
Physician and Surgooo
Vl'COlVIVBLJiTILLB, OHIO.
OFFICB, In But Kopq of EiBBa'i Liw Bitldiaf.
-Prefeaaio6al Calls promptly atteadad, d"V
Partleular attention give l fitseasM
of tba Luogi sad Chronio Ciieasas.
RES1DXK0E, at the ratUreo. Setwe, 'awet
Adaias SaklaCs tore.
aol
. B. KELLY.
Physician and Burgeon,
H'CO.T.'VELJriLI.S, OUIO.
Cpeelal attention given lo tba trtataaa ef
I'UHUHIU iJlBBABi.8.
Prafcutonal calls promptly reepona4 "
OFFICB loQLLvTtit Conor of LhtFoUli lnm
S. M. STAMBMaT.
. w. rrva
STAKBEKY & PYLB,
Maxim at abj5;
UoCOnNILSTILIJ.11 OUlOk
OFFICB Saoii lien if Eorrl IHlitA.
- ; . ' s"4rr ,,
mm I ff aw.1 ka.laau aaa.nl1 aUtail.l 'a,' U
avaar KMMe piuuiuy wm
pcltiatUa civil loth ovILmUm. of til (kMnttf-
ful oUima. 1 ' k. tm-Lf -
GALLERY OF-ART.
thb riiriaff tt
AMBBOTTPEB, J
I'HKmEOTTF sa
pnoToc.KA.riif,
TAKUI BT ' '
J. W. MoOOMAS.
" BOOMS XM '
HALL'S BUILDING, MALTA, 0118.
Alio perfect AMDROTIPE8 Ukea la LoalMa
and Breaitpioa. lly pricea are cheaper thaa tba
cbeapeai, and my work ie warranted to glee eeJa
r,rtion. ine publla will proOt ky ealllug ea eae
before tolBg euewnere.
no JI661 W. U'OOMAA.
J. SK1YIISGT0N, M.D,,
Reipeetfully offeri his profeuioael serriase U
Uie oitneui of VlcCondeliTiUe and Tteiaity.
OCX, svl tfttd HorortBSU't DsUS.
B. F. POWER,.
A'lTORNliY AT LAVV,
OFFICE wlik J. 1. Iiiii, tattf Itrtd,
U'OOK DILBTILLl, 0810
nil;
W, 15, HEDGES, M. Da,
Physician and Surgeoo,
Beipeetfully effera bla Profeaalonal aareieae te b
itlaens of et'CoobeleXllle aad Tioailey .
OFFICE, F&OilT EC2S OTEE ITOltFI ITCH
Where ke eaa be fooad at aB ieea, aay ae aiAk,
wwew -aPi.i.m.alli eNrir. ...

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