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M'COXNELSVILLE. OHIO. MAY 21. 18(0.
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NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-
C. L. MALL,
W1I0LESALS RFTAIL PA : IX
Notions and ltlillinory Goods,
BELL STREET. MALTA. OHIO.
ZV DOSE 05 A 8TIUCTLT CASH hT-TEK ! tat
May 7, 1869-1. -
FALLING AND COOING I
COATS, TANTS. VESTS, eilIRT8, (l.u.en and ttnnnil.) DRAWKIW
t'?' TENDERS. IIANDKKRC1HKFS, NKCK'IIES
C0LL.!:s AND HOCKS HOUGHT AT
FALLING AMD GOING OFF" AT
M. C ItZjXL J3L9 BBE'I
GENTLEMEN'S FUKNISIIINO STORE.
tar OnpiU promptly made to order tr Tirnt Claw JfaSft'M. "ud from
tli let i.niM.itmcnt. of niec iroa-ls aicr Lroutlit to this nmrkct. Many
good. Bold at IcMtl.nn voL
CENTER STREET, McCONSF.JJSVILLi; OHIO.
April 15, 2m.
. K. WALKER,
A. W. WALKER & CO.
Bel! Street. XKalta, Chio
Clotting d to artier on to. hrt.t notira find at ric t nuit la
timt-k. All ordain aorompaoi.d ty a rer-I-oniiMe nama will I., promptla
litlfd. Thin firm ia lwii up to the littf.t fn'hion.. and arnnt thair clo.
thing to. tand the .rrutiny'of thr moot fhtid!ou. Thry kn p coodii Umell tv
the Yfird or in any nlmr"' to .nit tiurchasni. Ladira' Cloakin,: alwnyn on hand.
Palming, Glaziiig, and Paper Hangina
J. J. STEWART,
Ttrrfpar,Jtiruwit.uinu at llae, Clcs I CairHNfa Falatar)
(.iMslcr, and Paper llaagrvr. Qivt Mm a caff at kit tf in
Two Doors East of the Post Jlwise. .
All work dona neatly,
Dry Goods, Notions,
HATS AND CAPS.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
A firECIALITT MADE IN DRES GOODS, -fir .
Firit Ioor Eaat of Ito Court nouBo,
April 1C, 18C9.
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
And Wholesale and Retail Den! on in
Pipes, ifcc, &c.
ROOMS, Nortii-weet Coraer of the Public Square, Wct of Court Uouec,
April 16-0 m. . -
Gallery of -A.rt.
W. C. TRC8IZB
aikt th piklia to call aaii eiamiae kit
tre'tti.u b.tf ra)h., tmly pm, Am
lr.'Tp, Uaai., Aa., whiek ranat b.
Hti'tUMd ny wli.rt. H. hu p.rfru4 ai
ruavtn0bt. ah.rrhy y on. .u k. e
.omo.lai.il with th. dur.t of Oil P.iktinj.
ail ci.turM of Inill. Ink Work. Itfx.mt
ot.r Bo.'t tfaditltr fiUoi, is J. C. bUni.'l
ttliaini WkHf KHai M VKkHtitvilI.,
T. I). C1IKADLK.
speditiou.Iy ad cheap.
VT. II. M'OAHTY
. MlLIk u
Pry Oaatt, Xntiont, Lady! aatl CklUr .
rRiccs that Ant riiiit
ST0HE 1 Smctmd dot mitt Fllu Sy'rt,
AVrfA ftit of Ctnttr Strut, if Cnataja
KEW1 mm ATTRACTIVE!
ORE AT riLES
Hook 8 tore
T HA DEI
. We have jutt reeoired and openad
tne argriii Mock 01
Kver brought to town, and of the meet
desirable pattern and quality-from
Common Brown to Boa Gilt Taper
wuii-u we wiu if u
LOWER thnm ETElt BEFORE!
Our ttock etnhrarei the beat and fi
ni-Kt rarirty In the market, purcbaaed
direct from the Manufacturer, and
eacnot tie ftirpaard tor brautr of
Ktylenand Ic Vu.
ADA III BROS,
Marc!. 19, 1R63.
There ia a good deal aaid about
our Leautjr, a greet deal done to
makn."..',l,eautiful. Uow? In apirh?
Not 1,1 .!; T to pi-v.Kally beao
I in' in out r.; -i!. i'i-. 1 1 .aa w dona
vt-fily bom. ..(., Jle daintv boot,
frit t :r luiir, pitiiu 0ir fnct-8. To
tl'i. end w dcroto our ii't, aacrt
fice bcallb, mind, heart and
Pr jm tha crutlle wo ara tnnglit
thnt we mum be beautiful. We are
lint up in I'm Ii'iuhc, awity from
the t!aJ kiiiu if lit Mid pur air, to
protect urfat.riGiiipl.-xion8, drcased
in enreota and crinoline to improve
our IViriimgiitcred nod thinly hoeed
111 tha dead, ol Winter, it at our f'iet
may bo prtite and uttrautivo. Our
bro there run, laugb luud, whittle,
iMt tanned waur atout boota and
warut clothe but we don't it ien't
lady-like." They ktow itrong in
the gyniniutuin or at tha woodpile,
while we crodhot, practice the Inet
eong, bebkva wiili pn-priety, and
"eoinetiinee mako cake. They go
do culieiio, grow ii.dfpendonl, go
out iulo the world, make their
uiaik, h lo we, wlto areatirao'iva
get married, and we, who' ere not,
Uch acliiMil, make dreeeea, and fade
one. Koine ofim live in the nountry
In liiat imio. wk milk nowe, inako,
hiitn-r :ind cli"i'a', help eond our
rrMt,oia u euhoil, loam bow lo
covK, get t hunbund.
Sonutimo we are ambitious to
ai!niro ilrvngth of mind lo study
hiiJ invtciiute for ouraulves.
1 weiity iliiic o iicriqui.stcd udmit.
Unce to Witlmili College, Jnd., but
wroro rfiuxid bucuuso we were wo
m'ii. At Oborlin they hato a
' Gcntiuman'k Coarse" and u ''Ladies
Coume," btK.-ause we bare nothing
t.) d j iu Hie but get ni'trriud, while
our brothers, yoo Know, mutt be
lawyers, doctors, mini.urs, lo.
Two or lbreeo!us make speeches,
but our brothers and the church
members say that wa no net our-
eulvss, that we are trying to Icmen,
thut we are bloepliemirig God for
mikinit uo women.
Tbo ruajority ot men fi !inire us
for our phymcal beauty alone, and
ti.o wouJerrwby we aim at nothing
I know a young? lady, living in
tho vicinity ! r. Collepe. who has
a 4a eifct'li. l-.-nu, the yoang
nu-it '"v. i!i (; v. ..ri tue uliet
girl in tL' '.uii. ilauy an tnUlli
jni't iffcr, ut.crly Ignoring a price,
less soul, bid by homely exterior,
has uiicomcIi)ni!y wedded a rirugo,
becan.o the aoorning was pink and
ivtute. JUny a wife and mother
its by her bearibe'o ueoniht bo-
w nil; the loriivlmiTia wh.cb once
hul l hill who promised to "love
and char!!)," and thore are ha,
bunds and fathers plodding their
weary wsy frn tho solitary board
lo the counting room, without syro
pstby, early and Into, becaaia their
wires and duofchtors will ha ih
admiration which fashionable bea
Wa love admiration; we seek it,
com I it; ttreaa three tli.-.es a diiy,
nter society, spend a handrail thous-1
SfHsol MtV7da fjowt Itre-Hweryj '
wa take a summer trip, that ws
may be tha "most elegantly draeaed
tad at Niagara," S"e ara so frail
and delicate that we moat be cared
for, and protected, and, of coarse,
we nerer marry fc Bless a fortune is
Oar ba( lifli OS tip and drag
aa down. It lifts wa ap BTaecarinir
a weallby and influeatil aMbaad
it drags as down bf xV.m role, -tbe
greater beauty the greater tha prise,
the greater the snare." We cannot
protect ouraeWue, for various tta-
aona. First, we ara weak. Second,
we kanw nothing bnttoptenee and
be aomirrd. Thirdly, we treat all
man alike. Fonrlhty, it Uegradae
us lo entertain thesligbb-sl sospio-
lon of evil. , One of na fUrted from
St. Louis alone, a few months more;
sbo was bewildered by diffurent
train, and inquired which she
Would take for Indianapolis: ehc
wastold, Centered the car designa
ted, when she fouud bersulf lojked
in an empty car with Lim who bad
airectea her trainer, uer cries
were beard by a policeman and she
A young lady wont from Califor
nia to Denver City, taking her
highest recommendation. Sbo
omtr.enccd teaching, bat pupil
were fuwand board whs high. There
cams one wearing our country's
insigna who called himself a friend.
She wns alone. No woman extended
a helping band. No father's beart
Lied for her. No Christian baud was
reached cut to bar bea'.iog. They
punned by on the other aide. She
ia now ao oaleeet. God pity her!
When we full there is none but
Jod to pity, Our brothers glory in
like sins, Htxl stand upon the h igb
plucrs of earth, while wa are trod
upon, hissed at, No rrpentsnoe
can remove tha stain;, it ia suarlet
always. We that are pure and sin
Ice tread upon our fullen sisters.
Wo cannot o much a think of
them in their derredation. Wo
forBo that money and station
bought many of us; forget that Gbd
eea beUiad the marriage vow: for
get that hundreds of street girls
and twiatdt, whoatthie hour are
selling their virtue, were "once as
pure as the snow," forget Christ's
voice, I)d onto others as yow, would
that they should do onto yea!'
Packard's Monthly, for May.
How the Radicals Attempted
to Fool the Darkey, and How
They Fooled Themselves.
The Alton (III.) Telegraph, IUd-
ical sheet, charges that what itcalla
"reconstruction," was defeated in
Mississippi at the election lant fall,
by aa atrocioue fraud. The Uad
ical, it says, to prevent the colored
voters from being deceived in conse
quence of their inability to read,
had tickets printed fn Chicago in a
peculiar style, vis: Uwoo the back
of the ticket was lithographed the
nntionnl flng in colors, the sjripes
running lengthwise with Ihe ticket.
Upon the reverse side were printed
the words: "For the Constitution1"
and, following, the names of the
Union candidates for Slat officers.
Through some mismanagement on
tht part of tne Uuion men, the tick
ets were circulated a little too soon,
and some of them fell into the bands
ot Ihe rebels, who at once saw their
object, and Immediatuly set about
getting up an imitation, with the
difloronca that upjn thenc si'miY
the words'Agnintt the Constitution,'
together with the nauics of the
Democratic candidates for State offi
cers, wero prinu-d. The only Ois
tinction between tha Union ticket
and tue imitation, with tha except
ion oi tha wording, was that the tin
prosaio'i of tho Aug upon the arlgi.
11 nl was from a steel plate, and upon
ttio fratiduh'nt one front a wood cut,
'ibis d.lTcrcnre was not apparent to
tbo eyes of the Ircedmt-rt, so tbey
voted against reoonatrncti on by tha
thousands, while fancying that they
were casting their ballots "fur Ihe
flip." The niatlar,' that psper
thinks, dottervee further investiga
tion. Tha New York Commercial Ad
vertiser, has ooroeio lbi coacluHion
"that many corrupt men. aad corrupt
practices have crept into tha Rope
ublicnu party during tha past few
years." It givsa ua great
pleasure to reoord the fact that tha
eyes of the Commercial Advertiser'
editor, like those of poppy dogs, after
nine dsys, sre being opened. OA
RECONSTRUCTION TALK. Bone Platt and a Virginia.
[Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial.]
[Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial.] THE WILL FRANCES, April 23, 1869.
There 1 a oertahn sort of mesry.
a sense of wmpleU Beta abvat this
river, below Washington, that im
presses a Westrsa man, acoutomd
to see ta lb river of hie coaotry
hag ditcfree, evwatructed.io carry
off water, and therefor only full
at flood. Ye. tber fa aotbng
about it in tb way of aoeaery. Tbt
bank, although broken and vai4d
aretoojow, andscewaV. frame in
inadequately tb wid mirror ol
jqviet waur. At least, so 1 tbenght
aad felt aa th (tearaer Key port
snored as it Boated down with ru
freight of hamanity, bwand South
A subdaed lot of hrrnarilty it wns.
well whipped, but far from reoon
s'.rncted. And a nice roes we arr
making of :t in the way ol legal
enactments, as a little observation
of, and talk with, tb amortiiient
on board would eoo vine one in a
brief period of time.
We complain that these Southern
pcopl do not accept th situation
and lock tb inevitable in the face.
Are we notguilty ot the earn error?
The differences nationality I.1 to a
bloody war, in which w laid waste
wide fields, bitrned the houieale.ds,
and kilht'l the best beloved, and ye
proposs, by a few erode atatatcs to
wipe out the deadly antagonism
and make tb people, so punished,
a patriotic peaceful, loving body ol
ci tite os.
Ilad we attempted this in good
faith, we would yat b fighting th
inevitable but feeling the impossi
bility ol sucb result, we have, in
fait, used our power to benefit our
telvee. Our so called reconstruction
acta serve New England, and not
the South. The net purport and
upshot of the buisiness is, to have a
body of men in Congress from the
Southern States who reprtsoot the
monyed mtercsts of Yankeedom.
We call tbcm carpet-baggers. 1
met one, at the opening ot the holi
days, last winter, carpet bag ia
hand, making for the depot,
'Whither bound? X cried.
'Home, for a low days.'
.'What, going South!"
'Devil a bit. X am makiug fcr
Connecticut, to see lay family."
II did not call tb land of his
constituents borne. Of course not,
nor does lie consider tba iuterest ol
political locality, bat vote steadily
with the manufacturing capital of
hi old name.
Ua, make Bob behsv biaself,
very tim I hit him with th ham
mer he holler. '
1 had, sitt'.ng near ms, a full
stomached, heavy jawed specimen
of old Virginia. II was raading a
Richmond paper, and broke into a
hearty laugh. IT thought tho mat
ter that contained the laughter too
good to keep to himself, ao looking
over hi gold-rimmed spectacles at
me, Ins nearest neighbor, he said:
'Did you road that? Now I say
that's dd good-'
As ho pointed to an extract from
on of my letter of course I heartily
concurred in bis approbation. But
to aave my conscience, I said it was
from on it those pvd corespon
dents that bang about Washington,
aud write sensational stuff.
A magnyset of curs, 1 expect,'
wa his coropimentary response,
but than feller puts it in about
right, this time. Thee d d Yen.
kees are running tba Government
lo bell, n r. down grade, without
Don't yon think yon ar toblaru
for a good deal ot this?'
What th devil can w do, sab?'
'Accept tb situation. Recognise
tb negro as acitisen; go orvquictly
ucder tb law, and try to create a
material prosperity, tnstsad of fight
ing ovsr political differences.'
My friena removed In spectacles
tn evideot wrath; hi brow cor.
rsgaUe, and he.vrampled th jour
nal b bad bejii reading into a ball
a if to cast it at ma, and then roar
Loak here, stranger, what you
kay is lit licking a man when b'
down. We fought a ba'r tight, aad
when w wero whipped w owned
up lik men, and all that we've got
is td ba dinjrfcuchised ourselves aad
then have. thee d d uiggers mad
citiseas, to aad c a. reed carpet-bag
gar to ttw away our bread ani
t"tlv Tkt F"Wt faH eawpitl,aj
ihe silaatiwa. All very well I t
ot, who aaay be tarpv;t-bat" .-
or anytbig 1 ha-.'
Iff were, it wosrlti be more u a
rordance with olJ Trrini p, v.
a-eea to rratrara year peisoTfai r
markt. ft ther contrary, I am the
iuthy of ihe extrtKt joa ao mat h
tdratred Jeslaw. For Bv or a!x
year 1 ha beea striving to w: .'.
frswfroTf. these bcaled f.?i:i.:s'.
c'nte's. so aato look calmly to V. v.
ide. I eon aider tba eo-eallod a:'
if rffwAtacHlR rOt Oil
your aerogel, for yorj ro vru.j;.
headed, obetiaal aad Vao'aat. a :id
desarvw all that ass Com t yon in
the wsy of pna-tahoisat, bnt n
tctoaat of tb tnrtffw ewvatry, for Z
an ace that Iher vriM Irot krirtjf
about the peace aad ' aarmon Hat - - -we
aeeeasary to sacceat.
Jakcaxt.II who i bora'ia thfa
month will be laborious, and a
lover of good wia, but very ab
jet't tm infidelity; he may too oftut
forget to pay hi debt, b,t he will
be complaisant, and withal a fine
singrr. Th lady born !a thia
month will b a pretty, prudent
housewife; rather melaaoholy, bat
FiaacAXT. The man born ttr'a
month will love money mtveh, bn.
the ladies more; he will be atiogy at
home, but prodigal abroad. Th:
Isdy will be a human and affection.
ste wife and tenJer mother.
VUs.cn. The man' born lo te'e
taonth will be rather handsome, ! j
witl be boneet and pradeet, but wii!
die poor. Tb isdy will b A pa
stonat ehatte.- voj.som.what gir.n
to fighting, aad la Jd ag two fond
of tb bottle.
AraiL. The man who baa th
misfortune to b bora iri this month
will' I subject to snaladies. II
wiil travel to his advantage, for he
will murry a rich and handaom
heiress, who will mak what, no
Joubt, yo all understaad. The
lady will b Ullt and tom, w-.th
littl mouth, little feet, little wit
buta great talker, and withal a
lUT.Tte nan bora ia thia
nvn'.h will be handsome and son,
bl. II will rrake hi wif hapf y.
The lady will b equslly blest In
Jcsa. The man will be of small
atattttevpassionatsly foad of woman
and ubitdren, bat will not ba loved
in return. Th lady will ba a giddy
peripuaga, fond of coffee; ah will
marry at twenty -on, and bo a fo
Jctr. Tb man will be fair, he
will euffor death for lh wicked wo
man ha lavs. Tha iemale Ot this
month will b passably handsome,
wi).h sharp Dose and sulky tsinpcr-
A cow. Th man will b ambit
ion and courageous, but too apt to
cheat, lie will hsve several mala
dies and two wives. The lady will
be artiiabl and twic mCrrled; bnt
her second husband will cause her
to regret her flret.
SirTrnBtK. He that is bora ia
this month will be wise, strong and
prudent; but too easy with his wi.V,
who will cans bin tauh uneasiness.
Tb Udy, round-faced, fair-haired,
witty, discrset, affable, and loved by
OcToaia. Tiie msn wilt bar m
handsom fac and florid complex
ion; h will be wicked la Lis youth,
and alwsya inconstant. Hi will'
promise one thing and do another.
and alwaya remain poor. Th lady
will be pretty, a little giren to con
tradictfbn, a eoquetttish, and some
times a littl too fond of wine eSo
will glv her preferaec to aau d
vie. ena win oav mm autans,
who will die of grief, and aha will
best know why.
Novmata. Tb xoaa bora aow
will have a fin faoa, and ba a gay
deceiver. ' Tb lady of this month
ill b Urge, bbsral and fall of
Dacanasa Th uaa born ta
this month witl be a good sort of
porsoa, though paealoatt. ti will
devot himsalt to th army aud ba
betrayeJ by bis wife. Tb lady
will be amiabla and handsom with
a good voic and well proport,iou4
body; sb will be married twic,r-.
ma'.a poor, bat oontinu honest.
A very targe natural cay has beea
foand by a patty of Ooserastesl ur-
"l"" 1 ai a i .i m i-yatax.