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LOOiL' s INTELLIGENCE.
n, n.' WEST, Xocal Editor. County Officers. ., .. i i . J . ' ' ' X 'Tr Probate Judge, W; T. Sinclaib; office in Court House, (up Etairs.) t u.; " ,: ... Auditor.Jlf. Hosffleb; office in Court House, (upstairs.) -, T ..."I - ?T Treasurer, Wk. Read; office adjoining Court House, (down stairs.) Clerk of Court, Jerb Wiiliakb; offioe in Qonrt House, (up stairs.) ' Prosecuting Attorney, J, P. Speiggs; office Tip etairs in Bloomer House. y , - . : - -; ; "KecOrder.D. O'Cosnoe; office adjoining Court Hbttse,'(down stairs.) ' ;V ; , SherifF,-JosErn JiYEEs;office in Court House, (upstairs.)' - - ' ';; Commissioners, Thomas Mcepht, Basset Mask, Wh, F. Booth; office with Auditor. Surveyor, O. S. Sloait; Postoffice, Stafford. Infirmary Directors, Elijah JlfcMAHON, Jesse J ACKBOKMAETia BAKEE. . . j Co oner, Johh Muhlemahn, Esq. - 1 ' ADVERTISING Has enlarged jnany a small business; . i Has revived many a dull business; ; Has saved many a failing business; Has preserved many a largo business; , HaV created jiiahjr a new business. -TRY IT. NOTICE. Announcement of marriages and deaths containing six lines or less, we pub Ush free ef charge, and will be much obliged to our friends throughout tne county u tney will forward them to us. Five cents rr ne will be charged for all above six lines on all Obituary Notices... 4. , r .... 4 , . , ..Tirao Table of C. O. S. B. , SASTWAED BO05D. t WESTWARD BOUHD. A.EKIVES. WAVES. A.X. P.K. r-t ' - A.H. P.H. 1U:3 .7;IH Jiarnesviue . . o:vo 0:1 1 1:14 " 7.25 ' : Belmont ; 5:40 4:47 11:43 7:46 Warnock's 5:21 4.25 Depend upon this table until further notice. Keniembcr . the Monroe CountyrFair on the 3d, 4th & 5th' of October. : ; : 1"'::-"-5--' t Concert .-At the Court House the last day. of the Tair, Oct. 5. , ; . a ,.i jjinsicai Concert' " -- ; in thp M. xi. Uhurch, , the evening 01 4h 2d day of the Fair. ; .7 Every farmer xin Monroe County should attend the. Fair in Woodsfield, on the 3d, 4th and 5th of October. EGa-THE monument meeting Willi .iSiS; XLjaUVr l2ir:iLLf!i 1JUU1V1 HQUSETHE ; FIRST EVENING OF HE FAIK r ; .r : JESrStauver's Watch Shop is next to Mooney's store.' ' He' sells ": Watches, Ulocfcs, Jewelry and INotions at tne low est prices they can be sold at anywhere. His work is equal to the best in the coun try. He works at the old prices, before the .war, and ) will ) replace ; customer's vatches if stolen, or. burnt. Terms ex slusively cash. . Thankful for 'past favors, he lopes to merit aadj receive. the ; patronage of all who;; appreciate this. syste m; c-f ; doing bu siness.! v: ;'.,- v; - ftug21m3; :v: ' To Discharged Soldiers. A. report 13 beinj "circulated by those wno are interested in the collection of Bounties, that for the - collection of Ad-J Uitionai Asountyi uiaim we cnarge ten dollars.- .The report is false. Our fee is . r. - '; ; j Amos & Speiggs. . CS-E. B. Cox, Esq'., Postmaster at Claripgtonhas been removed and Jacob T.-Morrill,; Esq., appointed in his stead. "Mr! Morrill was removed during the war upon the certificate of a Republican of this . place that he belonged to the Democratic party. ; ' '" Wonder what amount of money Re publiean ffice-holders would pay for cer tificates that theyTiave always been Dem ocrats. r . - 3 William 0 Hobaugh . and his son, James Hobaugh, formerly residents of Miltonsburg, - this J eeunty, ; died of. the cholara in S'LouiSj a few days since.',., : tQ.At the school teachers; examina tion on, Saturday, the , 15th. inst., there were twenty-seven : applicants. -: The ex- twelvemonths and seven for six months: Eighteen5 applicants were refused certiii cates. The questions were certainly . very difficult, or the applicants ware illy pre pared-., y.i-is'i' A r-. .CSuJohn P Spriggs, Esq., has placed upon-our table a mammoth head of cab bage from "his Harden, for which we re turn' "our -thanks', and which weighs pounds and. measures- .44 -inches in cir cumference. If any of our subscribers ran raisA la larger cabbage than this we c a should like to hear from them. I3s The slow mule , , race comes off, the: first day of ( the Eair. ,ii you, want to , have some fun, don't fail to be there to see it. Amusements and meetings During ' :j?r;'.:iii the -Fair. -, 1 First Day.--Monument meeting at tho fJrtrtf TTnnm In tliftiiTenin'..'.(- i A'.i - JSecvnd JDat. Concert ' at ; the -5L K Church in the evening. v Third, i?av. Concert ; at tho Court House in the evchins.' v 3,"vV'- ' ; The Minstrels intend giving musical and comic entertainments daring the three days of the Fair, whera wc havo not been informed. . ' GRAND VOCAL -AKD- INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT ! Prof. n. D.jCoLLiKS,assistcd by a num bcr of Ladies and gentlemen, will give a MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT at' the Court nouse,io Woodsfield on Fri day evening, Oct. 5, 18C6, on which oc casion a rich and varied programme will be presented, consisting of a choice so lection 'of Instrumental Compositions, and Songs of a humorous and pathetic character. For particulars .see pro gramme. Cards of admission 25 cents. 50 ; THOROUGH BHEI SPANISH MERINO Bucks, $wes and Lambs, From the flocks of the Messrs. Close, St. Clairsville, will be at the Monroe and Noble County Fairs for Bhow and for 6ale. " Joseph Woodroffe. -Let all who desire a few days of recreation and . pleas ure attend the coming Fair. M 0 N R 0 E " C 0 U N T T, Soldiers Monumental Association! Meeting at the Court House, Wednesday : evening, the first day of the Fair. 8PB A K E US I N. Hollister, Esq., Hon. F. Hunter, Hon. J. R. Mokris, and speakers from a distance have been written to and are expected to be hero. All persons in attendance at the meet ing will have an opportunity of examin ing the draft of the monument. The books of the Association will be opened for donations. Each person pay ing $1 will receive a certificate of mem bership. ,. ; , . . W. F. Htjnteb, Pres. v -Bring something r. for ex hibition at the Fair, farm, pro ducts or . domestic manufac tures,and see that they are en tered on the first day. : . Monument Association ToTra- ,v slilp Coiumllfees. At the Monument meeting held in this place, August 20; the ,.. Executive- Com mittee appointed '- Committees in each township ttot raise, funds. We trust all the gentlemen appointed will exert them selves 'to' make the monument a success: ' I Adams-r-Eliel Headley.John J. Hurd, Thos JIcMahon, Esq. - . ' . , 1 Benton Thos. Murphy,' Wm. 1 Pool, Christian Sanders. .'. r : . j Bethel Thomas Martin,-E, E. Hutch inson, J. Connor. ; ; Center S. P. Jones, F. Koehler, J. T. Judkins. , . -.- . ' ? I Franklin Capt. W. M. Brock, G. W. Mason, W.S. Way.; - - ' Qreen Isaac . Mitchell, John Okey, John Owens, Esq. : ... . 'Jackson acob Wagner, Esq., Elisha Barker,. Esq., Wash. Cline, Esq. - , .Malaga Peter Dorr, J. B. Oblinger, Thomas Fowler. ? Ohia John S. Monroe, "A. Schaffer,R. D, Tremble. . .- - . ; Perry Robt, Detwiler, R. T. Chaney, WW Butler. r - Switzerland E. Blattler, Jacob Tschap pet, Esq. Reggsecker. Salem J. T. Morrill, W. H. Mallory John Messcrley. . . ' ' ' Summit--C. . Diehl, Sr., C. C. Nezor, Jacob Hamilton. ; . . .; : Sunsbury Wm. H. Hutchinson, Wm. Griffith, John Wisner. . x ...... 1 Seneca J. Lewellen, Esq.,Jacob Ver non, Elijah Stein, Jr. Washington James Watson, Franklin Flint, Dr. J. Way. : Wayne R. Strickland, James Cronin, James Dougherty, Jr. ; . ' . i The vacancies can bo filled by the re maining members, i Largo .preparations are making for the Fair. . , It will be the best one ever held in the County. ; ' l: - m m m t,The town authorities have awarded the -contract for . stoning the streets to Thos. 0. Little. ; B3,The Minstrels intend, giving a concert during tho Fair. KiJSA' number of line hor- ses are now here training for the Fair. COMMERCIAL. WOODSFIELD PRODUCE MARKET " Saturday. Sep. 22, 1866. Wheat per buihel..... ...'..2,50 Corn at 1,00 60 1,00 1,50 Oats , Beans Flax-seed it n Butter per lb.. Coal '20 15 Potatoes. ...50 Corn meal per bushel.. 110 Sorghum molasses by thebbl......i... ; 75 Eggs per dozen. V.7.;.. .. 10 Flour per hundred.:....:.;....;.;.';... ; 7,00 RagB per lb......................:;...... 3 Cqffee. ..,..........3035 Orcsn Apples........ 30 LU-M.JI2SS SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. The beantifnl Piano Forte3 of Okovesteen & Co., are deemed Ly all good judges to be the Ultima Tlmle of instrnment3 of the kind. We cannot suggest what is wanting to make a musical instrument more perlect, although we are slow to admit that the limit of im provement can ever be attained. Before they had brought their Pianoa to ineir present excellence, they had submitted them to competition with instruments of the best makers of this country and Europe, and received tne reward or merit, over all others, at the celebrated World's Fair. ' It is but Ins- tice to say that the judgment thus pronounced ua3 not Deen overruled by the musical world. Still, by the improvements lately applied by them to their Pianos, it is admitted that a more perfect instrument has been made. ihey have accordingly achieved the paradox of making excellence more" excellent. Sure ly, after this, they are entitled to the motto, nxceisior," may29. rphe Grovesteen Piano Forte still re- tains its precedence and great popularity, and after undergoing gradual improvements for a period of thirty yeats, is now pronounced by the musical world to be unsui passed and even unoqualled in richness, volume and purity of tone, durability and cheapness. Our new scale, Frenchjaction, harp pedal, iron frame, over-strung bass, seven octave, rosewood pi anos we are selling cheaper by from $100 to $200 than the same style and finish are sold by any other first-class makers in the coun try. Dealers and all in want of good piano3 are invited to send for our Descriptive Cata logue, which contains photographs of our difierent styles, together with prices. Medals, almost without number, have been awarded to the Grovesteen Piano, and at the Celebra ted World's Fair, though put in competition with others from all parts of Europe and the U. S., it took the highest award. Established ie35.j Grovesteon & Co., janlOly. - 499 .Broadway, New Yobk. A Card to Invalids. A Clergyman, while residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weafcness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Uri nary and Seminal Organs,and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vi cious habits. Great numbers have been al ready cured by this noble remedy. Prompt ed by a desire to benefit the afflicted and un fortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing and using thi3 medicme,in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it. Fees of Charge. Please inclose a post.paid envelope, ad dressed to yourself. Address, . JOSEPH T; INMAN, Station D, Bible House, . maylly. ... New York City. .'-v To Consumptives. The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple reme dy, after having suffered for several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption i3 anxious to ma&e known to. bi3 fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the prescription 'used (free of charge,) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a suee cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bbonchitis,Cui;ghs, Colds, and all Throat and Luug Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted,and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. . Parties wishing the prescription, free, by return mail, will please address - r , Ebv. EDWARD A. WILSON, febl41y. Williamsburgh, Kings Co., N. Y. - Errors of Youth. A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad vertiser's experience, can do so by address ing - JOHJVB.OGDEN, febl41y. No. 13 Cham&ers St., N. Y. s Strange, But 2 rue. Every young lady and gentleman in the United States can learn something very much to their advantage by return mail (free of charge, - by addressing the undersigned. Those having fears of being humbugged will oblige by net noticing this card. All others will please address their obedient servant, ? - THOS, F. CHAPMAN, febl41y. 831 Broadway, New York. y Farm for Sale. ' ',. ' T OFFER for sale my farm lying on the road J half way between Beallsville and Woods- field, Monroe county, consisting of ONE HUNDRED & THIRTY ACRES, about 75 of which are cleared; very Tgood dwelling ho nee with other buildinge;' a'good orchard of selected fruit;well watered. Terms to suit purchaser Possession given on the 1st of January, 1867. For further! informa tion call on George W. Bracey,near the prear ises, or on .the subscriber. ; : THOS, S. EVANS, . sepllm2. St. Clairsville, O. GROVESTEEN & CO.; . Piano ' Forte Manufacturers, - 489 Broadway, Hew York. : THE attention of the public and the trade is invited to our ATew Scale SevenOctave Rosewood Piano-Fortes, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled . by any hitherto offered in this market. They con tain all the modern improvements, French grand action, harp pedal, iron frame, over strung bass, etc., and each instrument being made under the personal supervision of Mr, J. U. Grovesteen'. who has had a practical ex- perience of over thirty years in their manu facture,is .fully warranted in every particular. The Grovcsleen Piano-Forte Received the highest award of merit over all others at the Celebrated : ; -" " ; "World's Fair!. ; : , Where were exhibited instruments from the best ' makers' of 'London,1' Paris,, Germany, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston' and New York; and also at the American Institute for five successive years, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at our warerooms. . ., ; ' '"' ' ' : ! By the introduction of improvements we ma&e a still more perfect Piano-Forte, and by manufacturing-largely, ' with a strictly cash system, are enabled to offer these instruments at a prico which will precludexompetUion. ' PRICES.' No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners.Rose- ' j ' wood Plain Case. .J. .'. $300 No. 2, Seven Octave, round cerners.Rose- ! wood Heavy iloulding.. ........ ...$325 No. 3, Seven Octave, round corners, Roso- ; wood Louis XIV style. $350 TERMS net Casii, inUubreot Kuxds. Descriptive Ciroulars sent free. . ;mayo.. $3'A11 kinds of Produce ta ken in c&cbansQ fortius paper. ;"r18C6. --. TllOfl. E, BEA3S V. GtTGGESHEtHEa. FIRS T PALL STOCK JUST UECEIVED AT Stciu brothers Kcs. 13 & 15, Comer of Mam and Monroe Streets, , WHEELING, WEST. VA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING, - Furnishing Goods, CLOTHS, CASSDIERES, OVERCOATS, VESTINGS, TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, &'c, &o., OUR STOCK IS NOW VERY FULL AND complete, to which we are receiving addi. tions daily of the latest styles and patterns We respectfully invite oar customers and mends to give us a call ynd examine our stock, which we are selling very low. PRTICURAR ATTENTION FAID TO OUR Merchant Tailoring Department. Goods made np in the Latest Style add at Short Notice, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! STEE5T BROTHERS, ...... COS. MAIN AND MONROE STREETS, sopl8. Wheeling, W. Va. CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL Vtm&ted In caaea of Rheumatism, UeuraJgla, Srolaei or Pains. .. The Best ana CfceaposL Dora tcai C&ffia Medicine In tho World 1 Cltd throughout tht Cttiled State aifd Cam adat during the tout 23 years, t For the cure of the varioua Diseases ta whicH Horses and Cattle are subject; such aa Borat Crease. Mansre. Inflammation ef tha Eyee, and Fatigue from. Hard Latiorf also, Ehenmatlam, (oommonly called BUiT complaint), which proves fatal to o many valuable Horses la tola country. SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER , Has the largest sale of any Horse and Cattle IledldM In this ooontry. It la composed of horbs and roots, and for mildness, safoty. certainty and thoronghnen, stand pre-eminently at lie bead ot tha list w JZoru ani QaltU ilediantt. It carries off an gross hnmori, prevents lionet troa fcecomlog stiff or ibnndering, purifies the blood, loosen! the skin, and giroa it a smooth and glossy appearance, cleanses the water and strengthens every part of tha. body. It is also a safe and certain remedy for cough acu cojoj, iroica generate so many uiai oiseafea. The Cow reqnlrei to be supplied with an abundance et, food not to mako her fat this is not desirable, but to keep np a regular secretion of milk, and all owners at cows will find by giving them SLOAN'S CONDITION rpW8&33 twice a week, a large increase in quantity and quality of milk and cream. I vrrioa oi -l m im purities of the blood. The effect la seen throughout th ceawn by a rich and abundant flow of mllfc. The farmer ia beginning to be aware of tha valaabla properties of Moan' a Condition Powder, ia pro noting the condition of his sheep and preventing many Vt the diseases of all the domesticated anlmnli, CT'A fifty cent package of Bloon'i Condition Towder put into a barrel of swill is better than tw bushels of oorn to fatten a bog, and is a certain pra ' ' ventive of Hog Cholera, Blind Staggers, aod oQtet ; ' diseases common among begs. : CATmiOXrTo protect enrseives and the tmM! ' from being imposed upon by worthless imitations, tht genuine will bear the foe timOt signature of the Pro prletors on the wrapper. O -' ' ! tot sale by Druggists and llerchantB evorywhars. Sola Proprietors, Chicago, XQU f O Dnrwsr tSMi 7 SOLD AT WEOLESALE BT S. D. Pabk, Cinciunati. ' R. E. Selleks & Co., Fittsburgh. .' AT BETAIIi BY Joel Jpdkiss, Woodsfield, JulylOly. For Sale: The subscriber offers for sale a fine tract of land, at Buck Hill Bottom, containing 5 S I X T Y FI V E ACEESI good bottom land, forty acres cleared. For furthor particulars, address JOHN MOEILEMA1T, Jb., augStwft. Hannibal, Hooe Oo., O, - . . .. - . TAXES FOM THE YMAU. : Notice to Tax Payers of Monroe County vIiic: 3 In pursuance of law, I, Daniel Neuhart, Treasurer of said County,' ' hereby notify ' the tax-: payers thereof that the rate of taxation forEthe year 1866 is correctly stated in the fol- . lowing table, showing the number of cents levied on each hundred dollars of taxable property in each of tho Incorporated Towns and Townships of said County: ' Statolevy County ot. oi m h 5ig -IIS. S- ? t I : "5 30"7 do;dodo doido'do NameB of Townsulpsi 9 o CD a a Sir and Towns. 51 W o I H Adama !121013'35 15! Benton....... jdo.io'do'do Betliel do'doidojdo dodo:do!dodo do; pu.u.uu Woodsfield. . ....... jdo'do.doido FranA-lin. ..!do!do!do'do do-do:do:do!do do dojdo dododo do GreenJ. .......... .;do;do'do:do Jackson fdojdo'doido Ualaga . ........... dododo'do Oliio jdoidoidojdo Perry sdojdo'dojdo doidoidoidoidojdo jdojdojdojdojdo do do!do!do:do;do lo do;do)doido:do do hioidoido:do:dojdo Salem. ............ dojdoi do:d o Jo:do.dodo:dojdo dodoido!do!do do Clarington Seneca Calais ... . ........ Snmmit Sunsbury ......... dojdo'dojdo do-do !dodo do do do:do:dOido!doi dododo!do do:do;do!do do'dodo:do do do.do'doido'do do dojdoidojdo do doido-doido Beallsville.... Switzerland. ....... Mo;doido;do do do doido idoido'do! tdoMojdojdo do:do:doido!dn Washington . . . . dojdOjdoido do doidojdojdo do Wayne Ido-doidoldo do1 dojdojdojdo;do UGTICE. I will attend, In person or by Deputy, for receiving taxes at Iho following places:- Wayne Tp., at Jamea Cronin's, Saturday, Oct. C; Summit, Lewisvillo, Monday, Oct. 8; Seneca, Calais, Wednesday, Oct. 10; FrankliD,- StafFord, Thursday, Oct. 11; Bethel, at Jacob Miller's, Friday, Oct. 12; Washington, Graysville, Saturday, Oct. 13; Perry, Antiocb; Monday, Oct. 22; Benton, Brownsville, Tuesday, Oct. 23; Jackson, at Esq.-Wagner's, Wednesday, Oct. 24; Ohio, Baresville, Thursday, Oct. 25; Salem, Clarington, Friday, Oct. 26; Switzerland, at Dankevirth's, Oct. 27; Sunsbury, Beallsville, Monday, Oct. 29; Adams, Cameron, Tuesday, Oct. 30; Green, Now Cartle, Wednesday, Oct. 31; Malaga, Miltonsburg, Thursday, Nov. 1, m I will be found at my office; in Woodsfield, from and after tha 2d day of November, for the purpose of receiving taxes.un til tho 20th of December, after which, oa the 28th day of Docembcr, the books will be ready for the Collectors..0 -September 18, 18G6. . DANIEL NEUIIArvT, Treasurer M. C; OV THE Moro Durable, 3f ore Elastic -More Craeefkil! And teill "keep iu Shape and retain xU Place teller than any other Skirt This new and beautiful ctvle of B&Irt Pat ented March 7, 1865,) was awarded by the Qezat Amzricah Ixstituis Fxib, held in Kew York, October, 1865, a BIL YE R EI E DA Z. ! The Highest Premium ever given for a Hoop SklrtJ - : t The Bteel Springs are wound with a Hue plated wire (in placa ef a cotton covering) which will not war off or become soiled, and the whole Skirt may be washed 'wrrnocr is jvst or fear of rastiag, and will be as good as new. 1 The , Combkation Silver Skirt! Thiz invention combines with the ord'najy cottea Skirt the advantages of oar Silveb Skiet; the bottom hoops are the Bame as those used m tha SUTerSfcirt.the coTeringof which cannot wear off, while the nppor onos are covered with cotton. No lady, having once worn one of our S&irts,will be willing to wear any other, as the lower hoops of all other kinds are soon injured and soiled. The best materials are used in . their con struction, and,from their durability and neat ness they are destined to become A Favorite Skirt! Manufactured solely by the Silver Ekibt and WiebManufactctkiso Compast, 30fc 32 Barclay Street, . . . NEW YORK. T. S. SPERRY, Bup'U jalylOly. Great Bargains in Emit Trees. i 10,000 to 12.000 TREES!!! The subscriber, living one mile west of New Castlo, Uoiiee County, Ohio, offers at greatly reduced rates,' A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ' -' FRUIT T'R EES! 3 to 4 years old, and 6 to 9 feet high, consist ing of about i KINETY VARIETIES OP APPLES! equal in quality to Eastern Nurseries, which I will sell at $6 to $10 per hundred, according to quantity. Also.' Peaches, Pltjms, Peabs, Cheiimes, Gbapes, Strawseruies, &c. Great indnoementa are . offered to planters forming clubs, or any who may wish to en gag in the sale of ttees. augl4m3. ' GEORGE KETF. FAIR B A N K 5 ' STANDARD S'G ALB8!i . OF ALL KINDS. : UlilBANKS, MORSE & CO, . ; 125 WALNUT STREET,.:: ;- Ciuciiinatl. We aho manufacture and deal in Btoro and Warehouse Trucks, Baggage and Express iSarrows, ilaj, Kag ana Cotton Presses, Wcighmastera' Beams and Frames, Letter ' & Manifest Presses.&o. ' Bo Careful to Buy only tho Genuine. aprlOi $00 AMOXTII t AUESTS wanted toi 81X ESTIKBLT FEW ABV1CLXS, JUSt OUt, Addre8S O. T. GAREY.Citr BuildiBg, I?idlefrdtiftin. dozily.. - Corp Lev. wo H a g ; Total Levy. TowneLip Levy. 05 o tr o 1067 20 11 1 1 P C t5 P3 W H a o 2 o o O tr ol 5: t? P r p 2 5 m 00 b f 8 B 15 1 ' 7J 8 8 2 60 2 5 2 1 4J 2 E 3 1 4 5 34A 5 S 1 18 5 18 20J 3J 65 $ 5 1 27 5 4' 70 3i3 8C 3 86 5 4 1 76 5 4 1 76$ 5 4 2 10 : 4 2 33 5 96$ 521 2 00 IS : fotall C6 O! 79.5. doido SO! SO, 30 IS 2 18 SO 30 30 20 15 HJ 15 20 10 20 20 12 1. 68 5i25 2 11 x oo 2 79 1 95 2 01 1 85 2 31 2 37" 2 47 2 14 30 30 20 30 30 30 20 12 6 - 6 20 SO 5 20 20 7 20 20 30 a 44 1 37 6! do1 30 . 7 1 54 23 I 49 30 . 30 27J 1 91 2 53 3 63 8. B. M'ELROT. JAKES DICKS05. JOHS T. EHA3B. ; AT WHOLESALE. SEPTEMBER, m. DICKSON ; & CO., No. 54 WOOD STREET, ' PITTSBURGH, rufisEsi tee i a ; FAEL STOCK, NOW COMPLETE, 'And invite the attention of Dsitcss to their CAREFULLY SELECTED AflSOSTHEST . OF AND '3 mm,. OFFERED AT POPULAR PRICES. The fheittest FLucTPATioifS in valce ef all descriptions of merchandise.renders it a mat ter ef epcul rnopRiETY that rcacHASKS should be fbequest and tberefore the keae est makkei becomes the one best adapted to supplying retail dealers with Goods they sell. Purchasers from Wesieex Pekxstlvaku, Easte35 Ohio and Wistees Viegixia, are in. vited to visit Pitteeiteqii and inspect this STOCK OF GOODS, WHICH WI1L EB J . Sept Full Daring the Season. , Terms, Xet Cash, and - PRICES REASONABLE, 3IcEiroy, Dickson k Co., No 54 Wood Street, Pi TTSSURG XI V sep4m3. f Dry Goods! Dry Goods!! PRICES REDUCED! K LARGE Stocc of Dress Goods at greatly jLA. reduced prices. '." Merrimao Prints at 20 cont3. Best Dclainjs at 2530cent3. J. W, FBradiey's Double (spring steel,) Hoop Skirts, in all eiies, for Ladies, Misses and Children's, best hoop skirt made, at re duced prices. 6 dos. Balmoral Bk!rts,Tnewstyleflf at very low raes. Everything in our line at lowest market rates. Call and examine our stoc and pri ces before purchasing eisownero. : FARRIER, LOBEN3TZI2I A CO. Acg.T. Clarington, O. A LARGE Stock of Queensware and Glass ware, at reduced prices; Tinware,at old prices, to close out stock, cor sale by . FARRIER, LOBKNSTE1N & CO. ; Oil Leases for Balo at this officii : ' HI HI awn CJTTlie following persona ar tne anthor ixed collectors for townsblpi opposite their name3, wb.o will receive the Duplicate after the 20th of December. - Peter Grodhaus. . i Ijohn Jf cob Dornbush ........ i . . 0 Jacob Fleming................ 5 ....... 5 v;wnver j oiuau, ,0 . -. 4. OjGeorge CaldweU .'. Cjjacbb Wagner.. ........... . .A .v.V. OjThomas JFowler... 5jChriatian Cehres............,,.....vi 5SamnelA, Jlorgan 0'Jacob T. Jlforrill. . . ; t . . ... . o " do 6 Richard Clegg ................. as - ao .. Ol Christian Diehl. ...... , 5: Adam Arnold . 5! do ... 5jE. G. Blattler......;.;.. 5: John Beardmore. OLMichael Hoffman raOTOGKAIMHIC. . . , E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO., Manufacturers of PhotograpMe Materials, -''-V WHOLKSA1B AND EETAIL, " ' 501 Kroalwpy, Jf.Y.V-1' In addition to our main business of PHO- TOGRAPHIG MATERIALS we are headquar ters for tne following, viz. .spii-i-n stereoscopes & stereoscopic views Of American and Foreign Cities and Land scapes, Groups, Statuary, etc. r- STEREOSCOPIC, views . op THE TTAl From negatives mode in the various campaign s ana iorming a complete Jfhotograpliio history f the great contest STEREOSCOPIC, VIEWS ON OLASS. " Adapted for either the Macic Lantern or th i Stereoscope, Our Catalogue will be sent l any address on receipt of stamp. ; i! ?- PnOTOORAPlilC ALBUMS. '' " s We manufacture more largely than anr nth ' er house, about 200 varieties from BO centst $50 each. Our ALBUMS have the rerratatiori of being superior in beauty and durability to auy oiners. .. .. ;i r - Card Photographs of Generals, States men, Actors, etc, etc, Our Catalogue embraces over 5,000 different subjects, including reproductions of themost celebrated Engravings, Paintings, Statues, &o. Catalogues sent on receipt of Btamp." ' ; ,.r : Photographers and others orderinr ffoodn- C. O. !., will please remit 25 per cent, of th smnnnt if)i T.;. ' ' J :;-,- lThe price and Quality of our crooda oan- not fail to satisfy.' . :: J june26m4. . R EM I N GT O N; & SONS, MANCFACTTJEEBS OIij REVOLVERS, ; RIFLES, MUSKETS AKD : C A R I NB 8 J For the fnited States Sorvioe. . Als, - Pocket and Belt It eve I vers, o EEPEATIN3 PISTOLS," ; ' '' Rifle Canes, Revoking Rifies,r Rifie and Shot Gun Barrels, and Gun materi als sold by Gun Dealers and' the Trade gen- rally.. ... -.-J :-- . In these days of ;Uovselrcs7dng mni Robbery, every Mouse, Storet Bank, end (Jjjicc, should have one of . . s.ivv.', REMIIWTON'S REVOLVERS. c Parties desiring to avail themselves ef the s. late improvements in Pistols, and superior workmanship and form, will find alloombined ' in the New ; . - : , ; .": REMINGTON - REVOLVERSr Circulars containing cuts and. descriptio of our Arms will be furnished upon applica tion. . REMINGTON & SONS. Dion. H.Y. Aooek & Nichols, AgentB, I UtTT may 8m4. . Ho. 40 Courtland Bt. N. T. Jl WANTED! Agents. ' irate and Female at $75 to $150 . per month to soil tha Celebrated C O M M ONSEN S E Family ' S e w i n g Machine. !ric;' 18.00 This Machine will do all kinds of worlc egual to the high priced Machines and is the only practical and reliable Cheap Sewing Machine) in the world. Send for descriptive Circulars. Address ,: . ;, ; . '. : .' SECOMB & CO., Chicago,, 111., or Cleveland.O. L Principal Offieo, No. 2 Custom House Place. ' CMcago 111. 1 - : marZTly. ; ' GRO y estejes; & ; CO., Piano . Forte -- Manufacturers,' ; 499 Broadway, New - TorJe. - - rpiIESE PIANOS received the Ilighest Award , j X cf Merit! at the World's Fair, over the best makers from London, Paris, Germany, -the cities of New York,Baltiruore and Boston; : r also, the Gold Medal at the Amerioan Insti- ; ; tuto, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS!! Our t Pedal, Overstrung Bass, Full Iron Frame, and. all Modern Improvements.. JEvery Jnstru-j ment waeea.nted FIVE teaes. Made under the supervision of Mr. J. II. Gkoyestbek.wIio has a practical experience of orer thirty-five years, and is the roaker of over eleven thou-: f sand piano fortes, ;; Our ; facilities for mana-V j. factoring enable us to sell these Instruments-; from. $100 to $200 chbapee than any first .i class n,iano forte . ... julySilynp. - 453Blank Deeds and Mort-. fjaos for t this office'" '