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M'COSNELSVir.LK, OHIO :
t'rMny, June is, s.
in ti:r.M9 to
One coj,y, oiio year, utcn not ;iW
fvT IS ildVKhlC, $2 (K)
One copy, ono year, ci.A in nl
vtinre, fl BO
Ten copies, one year, ami ono copy
fr-o to tlio getter up of the club,
one dollar nnJ twenty-five
cents per copy, $12 CO
Jaf Wlicn a subscribers limo cx
pi res, if no order in left to discon
tinue, tlio paper will be continued,
ifwe so desire, nt tlm mto of two
dollars a year, until lie or s'.ic comes
in and renew.
lair An X found on the rmir;?in
of thepaper isa r.olifieiition lo t lie
ubneribor that Ins or Iter tunc hint
expired, or about to expire; mid it
is alo An invitation to renew.
NOT 1 C E. -Legal Advertising
dono bt tlio Cniferv!itivo Office
ut lower rates thuu clscwhero in the
NOMINATIONS OF THE REPUBLICAN
Tho Republican Convention which
mot nt Cm Town Hall, on Tuesday,
put in nomination tho following
For KeprcscnUUve, Kh hard .Stan
ton, of Mi Connelsyille; fjr Probate
Judgo, D.' C. Pinkcrton, ol McCon
nelsville; for .SheiilT, J. (J. Whito,
of Windsor, Tp.; for Recorder, Wil
liam Kimbrido, ol I'nion Tp.; for
County Commission!', Dr. I. X
lliioittis, of JIarion township; for
Infirmary Director. M, Koimt of
Malta township ; for CYroiier. A. J.
Cook, of Bloom township.
Production and Destruction.
On looking over recently somjof
tho newly mado incomo tax returns,
wo wero struck by tho.io attached
tj two names in particular. Mr.
MeCormick, of Chicago, ugiicullu
ral implcmonl n.aker, and inventor
of a wry useful reaping machine,
gets credit for l:st year's incomo at
tho very respectable figuro of about
n quarter of a million dollars. It is
gratifying to soo Mr. McCorn'.ick
thus basking in a brilliant prosper
ity. It gives nssurauco th.Ungii.
culturo cannot bo in a declining
Htato. Hut Mr. MeCormick is alto
gether distanced in tlio raco by the
Colt family, ono of whom is the
widow of o late member of tho firm.
Thoy return the stupendous sum of
two millions of dollnrs for their
ycar'y gains. Tho success of that
well-known instrument Coil's re
volver, accounts lor much of this
vnstnesa of acquisition. It is la
iitonlablo, tbo St. Louis Republican
soys, that tho rewards for improvements
in tlio implements of death,
should so far exceed those obtained
for facilitating tho means for tho
sustunanco of human life. And yet
tho rago fur increat-ing tho powers
of destruction is, if anything, be
coming more intense. Millions up
on millions aro being spent upon
iroiisiding slops, constituting mon
itors, rifling guns, great and small,
woighing in tbo scales of experi
ment the comparative powors of im
pact nod resistance, Thus it is in
this nineteenth century, rich in tho
accumulations of tlio experience and
wisdom of tlio past, and boasting
an advanced civilization, tho groat
rivalry among tho nations is to ob
tain tbo most cllicicnt menns to de
stroy; Thero is but littlo roasou,
too, for hoping that u stugo for rest
is about being ultJincd. No, the
probability is,. that what may bo
called malignant scicnco nod vic
ious ingonuit', stimulated by the
rich rewards behtowed upon thorn,
will so strain in their exertions
t ol inlelhaahii'Utt'tu thuir past
Grant as a Dancer.
From tho following extract from
a lottor or tho Annapolis corrospon
dent of tho New York Ilorald, iriv
iog an account of tho ball at tho Na
val Acudomy at Annapolis, it ap
pears that General (.Irani is just
koui as export in uanciog as he
in the management of Stato affairs
"The most bowildorod person
tho dance was tho President.
Whether )t was tho scrutinizing
cazo 01 toe muiiituun, tue oppres
sive boat of tho bull-room, or tho
ghost of Botiio stato soviet haunting
lutn, be seomea to loose Ins solfpos
session. lie i.'ovcr know whon his
turn came. Ho would grasp his
partner first hv nna Im.'id and then
by the other. " Hi eyes wandered
restlessly lrom couple to coi; nlo,
II lie uosirea toaiscount theirmovo
monts in advance. He was coutiu
uully getting In tho way of tho la
'dies or gentlemen in tho set, and
when he should have been with his
purtner ha was looking around
find tho place from which bo start"
ed. Ilia awkwardness was all tho
more glaring when contraHtod with
the gracofulnsa and ease of Genor.
ttl Sherman, who wa bis vis nvit.
The President evidently folt his em
h.trrasement and scuned considera
The Cuban Insurrection.
Havana telegrams, undor date of
Sunday, say that the following
news has been received from Santi
ago do Cuba, and tomes from Bpaa
inli sources : A schooner recently
landed a party of ono hundred fil
ibustcrsat Tort Battcquori, sixty
miles enst of Santiago. Tho pnrty
wus bulraycd by iUguido, who gave
information of tlioif landing to tlio
oflicors in command at IWaco:
Troops of Iho garriiwn marchod
out, and, coming op with Iho fili
busters, attacked thorn. In tho
fight, fifty of tho latter woro killed,
and tho rest wero taken prisoners.
Tho lendor of tho party was shot
on tho spot, and iho prisoners were
taken to Pan lingo for cxicution.
All tho stores of tho expedition
wero ruptured, including Iwo mil
lions of dollars is undersigned rev
olutionary euirer.ey, severnl hun
dred rifles, nnd threo or four pciccs
Tho reports of heavy engage-,
iiients at Puerto Fadro aro confirm
ed. Tho Spaniards admit a bws of
sixty killed, and estimate that of
tho Cubans ut ono thousand two
hundred killed ami wounded.
Tlio insurgent General Manned was
killed in this buttle. This, too, is
from Spanish sources, and is nnro
[For the Conservative.]
Hall of Rural Lodge, No. 157. I. O. F.
Pit l, May 2L':id, ltJt, at his rest
deiico in Uloom Tp., Morgan Co., O.
brother Sa vt ei. M Cine, inilieClth
year of his ago. llrolher MtCune
was a member of Ilural Todgc, No.
l."7 I. O. O. K., for eighteen ytnrs.
He Wiis a man highly respected in
tho community. A consislont mem
ber of the M. JI. Church for thuty
six years, and sustained an excel
lent character wherever known. As
an Odd Fellow, bo labored to carry
out the principles of tho Order and
to ameliorate tho condition of man
That In tho death of brother
MeCunc, wo l.avo lost a worthy
brother, a devoted Christian nnd n
good citir.cn tin J while we aro culled
to luinciit his loss wo havo tho cvi
denco ho departed with tha'i hope of
those, who dio in tho Lord, and has
gone to join thitgrard lodgo above
which is his gair. but our loss.
That wo tender our heartfelt sim
pa'.bics to his beroaved family, who
havo lost a kind husband and an
That a copy of theso resolutions
bo presented to his family, and also
published in tho county papers.
l)ono by order of the Lodge.
T. S. F.I.WEM. )
E. W. Uaxiki.s Coramitto.
S. E Buz )
June 5, 1869.
Notice is boroby KU'en that a po
tition will bo presented to tho Gov
enor of tho .Slato of Ohio, praying
for tho pardon of John II. Sheets,
who was sentenced at tho Novem
ber term, of 18C8, of tho Court of
Common Tloas, ol Morgan Coun
ty, Ohio, to imprisonment in the
Penitentiary of Ohio for tho term
ol three years for tlio enmo of bur
R. F. Power,
Attorney for Prisoner.
June 18, 1869—3w.
A petition will bo presented lo
tho Govonnr of Ohio for a pardon
ol Isaac P. Lawrence, 'vho is in tho
Penitentiary of Ohio on ft slinrgo al
burglary, sent from Morgan Coun
ty, Ohio, in March, 18C8.
J. E. Ha.nna,
Attorney for Isaac T.
June 18the, 1869—3w.
John Hall has just rcplonishod
his Store with a full assortment
New Goods. Go over to Malta nnd
make your eoloctions ut onco.
aooons. it you dosiro to see.
or buy a now waggon that eviden
ces tho bost of workmanship, go
llolbroaks uaggon Manufactury
uDd mako an cxaminatiou of what
you can soo tbrro.
jl , ;
nAY FonKs. Sprout's patent bay
fork for salo by Cochran, Bozman
& Co., at groatly roduced prloos.
No. 38. 2w.
, Hat Rakes. Revolving Hay
Rakes for salo by Cochran, Bozman
Si Co., at wholesale or retail. Cull
and examine them beloro purcha
sLng elsew here. No. 38. 2
l& Call on 1). & C. Mnmmey and
sco tho Etna and Ohio Mowing Ma
li iuos, tbo bost and choapwst in
I" The Adelaide Moon Skirt
Utcst. novelty of thei.eat.on, cs!) and
soo them at Hllidy &, Co,
FARM FOR SALE.
Of81ncrcs of fertile' land, well
wntorcd, and under good cultiva
tion, situated in B loo m Township,
four miles lrom McConnolsvillo, on
tho Lohou or hockvillo road, ucnr
its junction with tho Zanceville
On said farm i a comfortable
dwelling of good sine, with wood
house, spring house, meat house,
corn cribs, waggon house, stables
with largo mows for liny or grain,
Sic. Thcro aro tno never failing
springs of good wnler near the
dwelling. There i also an orchard
of choice fru'l trees, grnpo vines
Any ono wishing Bnid properly
will do well lo scciiro tho somolm
modiatcly as it will probably bo In
market but a (-iiort limo.
For terms, call on or oddross the
undersigned who resides on the
FARM FOR SALE. WM . N. DURBIN.
PostOtlico address, McConnclsville,
June 18th, 1869—3w
ItiT Ciingham Sun Umbrellas for
50 cts. nt lUHidnv A Co.
BX- Anico lino ofSchalli Detains
selling rcgardlcts of co.H at S. C-
JttT Arnold's Writing Fluid the
best and freshest stoc k in the. mar
ket in good iiiantities ro'ruivcd at
the Rook Store on yesterday.
H3T" For tho bv."t nnd tho cheap
est Kid Cloves iro lo llalliduy & Co.
Ha? We find tho follow. n curi
ous hliileliiunt in a Canadian news
M. Milliat, in France, introduces
into tho stomach, glass tubes, . ol
small caliber, voimcctcd with a
strong battery, nnd containing the
electrodes necessary for producing
a brilliant gnlvnuiu light. Tumors
or ulcers in the abdomen can thu
bo observed through the skin, and
tho interior lit up. as whon tho fee
ble liirht of a on nil lo renders the
A New Mowimi M.vniiNr. The
"Triumph," superior to nil other
front cut machines, l.s for alo by
Cochran, Ro.man X Co. This mar
chino is of light draught, und m iy
bo bought nt redueed prices. Ev
ery farmer should call and examine
1 it. No. 3. 2w.
trr. Fresh supplies ol Bradbury's
"Kcy-Noto," nnd " Frcih Laurels"
received at tho Book Store of Adair
Bros on j'tsterday.
tiy Stokes, ono of the Radical
candidates lor Governor of Teni.es.
sec, has cad a soinen Sal vai ied life.
Originally bo was a horso jockey,
then n preacher, then n hog driver,
then i initio driver, anon u whiuky
distiller, then an oflicer in the reb
el nrrny, nnd last and vort u Rad
New Goods at Vwckmt'h. We
havo just received n nice lot of
Clocks, Moulding canes, cimchoud,
Opera Glauses, Violin sitings, Jtc,
w ill be sold low.
II. R. Vincent Si Bno.
NEW GOOHS1 N E W GOOHS
A nico assortment ol Prints nnd
Muslins juat rccotvod at BHEwsTin'g.
A splendid stock of Juvenile
Rooks received ut tho Rook Store ol
A pair Buos. n yostcrdny
Bfli. Texas has now within her
borders more than 3,001', 000 head
ol cnltlo, und can export annually
1,000,000 boeves. With tho proper
packing CHlublishmunts, Texas can
sond to tho cities of tho world bel
ter beef ut lowor figures than can
bo obtained in any other part of
tho United Stutcs.
B9u Go to S. V. Brewster's lo buy
your goods ho baa tho largest line
in towu, ur.d prices to suit tho buyer,
t&" Largo lots of Biblo sand Tes
taments rocoived ut tbo Book Store
0 Ice for sale at Burckholtcr'a.
Look Here I The nicest euit
Clothes of tho season was mado
A. W. Walker & Co's.. Malta. Ohio
S&.AToxun contlcman has ro
coived a quantity ol'silkworm eggs
4Vnn Vrnnnn tti.ri' 1.a nnu. (J .
ol tho eggs bntchod on the way,
and the worms woro living on thoir
I'Ancy Wonic. Miss lJ. Bdmma
would announce to the ladies
McConnolsvillo and vicinity that
Tuesday next sho will opnn a Class
in Wax Fruit, Flowers, Crosses, fee
Also, Embroidery, Penmanship
Drawing, Pu.intir.ir in Water Colors
Oils and Crayons will bo taught da
ring mo summer at nor room
above Browstor's atore. Ali wh dc-
siro to see any of her work
est and roost "aoarchiuir" I'mo
Tooth Combs now at tho Book
Store. A now supply rocoived
tuflnf, Critni in anj quantity
ran bo liud fct BuickUolter's.
I Mr Envelopes and Penknives rc-
ceived at tho l'ook Store on yestor-
sTSl. Another riiv assortment of
thcKO sundown hats jjsl received nt
S. C. Brewster's.
tT Immense utock of School
Rooks received at Adair Uros. Rook
Store on yesterday.
McCONNELSVILLE 11 June, 1869.
FT.OUR Bent fnini'iy $iif,0;
WflKAT-SI.H) mt biuhct.
CtRN MKAI-0,R0 per bndid.
C(Uf,) ht btisli-l, wlmlrtsle.
OA T.I -SO irnls r liusbcl. wliolcwde.
lUy flfi.no I1" Ion.
I IMOI MY SKKI) -f2 SO holn.
FLAX Slil;l -SI 7-'i lo 2 00.
KKAN'd ri AO prr basliel.
fUIK Ari'I.K.4 Vols, prr poiiml.
DKIKH rr AdlKrt-84 00 r bush.
I'OTA I oi:s-?0 f0 per bush., si
OlMTKR - 2.1 cts. perpnuiiJ,
KliOH 2 tiii. per dn!,
FKA I IIKKS ;:i el. p-f Ih.
SUtJ A R 1 ft to '20 el, per lb.
WIIITK HUUAIt 20 to 22 ct.. Ih.
niKI'KK-.. '.: Io3.1cli.por II).
TKA" 81 W to 2 00 p.-r lb.
MOLAts.SKM.Sorgiiiii 50 by barrel, CO
lo 70 pT gnllmi.
Ml'UCP SI pof (Tnllon.
t.ARD 1") to lBcifc ht pound, w liolc-
1'RIKD RHKF 23ou per lb.
.SIIOL'I.JIKIIS M cenia -r Ih.
SIDKS-l'icVrl.d. 15 cli pt-r lb.
CAIlliON Ol'i-Oncts. per pnllon.
I.INSKKI) OII.-l,3" r triilloii.
I. A III I Oil.. 'J 00 per ri.II,,ii.
CA MiLK.S-.20el pir lb.
SUA I'm. by bnr 9c.
tlOliKI.-MI KKsts p-r lb.
HAIJ--82 0O per bl.l.
WOOL 10 to 4ft cts per lb.
UI.MItllTl.XtU KIIVM tll
AsNCNiHPiit of licit I Kslnto.
In piirunneo of tho Act of May JU'i,
ISfiH, tlhii) I,nw, Vol. fift pnjren, IliO to
170 inclusive, Iho ('ominiK.sioiK-rs of
Mnrmi('nRi their June ncssion, I Mill,
ordereil Hint the County of Morgan be
divided for tin ptirpose spoeili.'d in
siiiiJStnliiti. In to seven IistricN. to-wit:
Ut l i l. J'.lcMim, Malta, nod Morgan
2 " Hi isltd and Manchester tp.
3 " lynter and Jlei;rsvillo
4 ' Windsor "
5 " Homer and Marion "
" I'enn and I'nion "
7 ' Decrlield and York "
And it inbythn t'ominisiioners further
ordereil thut Iho County Auditor pive
notiee l.y piililiention in the newspa
pers published in Morgan County of the
JAMES It. VcliKKW.
June 11 Aciiitiiii, Morgan Co.
JaMKS JiAIX. .lAJtKS Uoll.KAU.
J5AIX & r.OIU-AU,
M illllfiH tillers of
A N 1
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
srECLl I. ATTENTION filVEN to
KEr.llKIN'i itiWdOU uiid llittN of
ALL KINDS of VEHICLES in tL'H
Give us a cull on
l.elvreen atket ami C i nter .Street.
5 it y 1, Cm.
J. T. U R H W ,
MX'OXXELSVILLE, 0 II 10,
Over DrowstiT'i Kturo, nenr Court Houhc.
All I'ollrclinin Promplly Allrnihl lo.
NEW I FRESH I ATTRACTIVE !
(J It E A T PILES
Ifc o ok Store
We have hist received and onened
me i.urgest mock Ol
TTfA 4. . A ... n ....1 rtl.
(ltirnl,le piilteriis and quality from
common iirown to nno liilt I'uper
w men wo will null
LOHCK than KVl'.ll It I: TO II P.
Our stock embraces tho best and
nent variety In tUo market, purchased
direet from the Munulai iiuuih, and
cannot bo mirjinsaed for bouuty
siJ ieHuncty.ou) J'ncci.
March 19, 1869.
VtL. Mud. Demorest'a Magaeino,
Godty's Lady's Book, Petomoii's
Uagazino, Bullous Monthly, and
Pleasant Hours for Ju'y, recc yed
at tho Book litorc.
H. M. COCHRAN:
WOMAN, BOZMAN; CO.,
Ilanhvarr, Ilouse-furiiisliiii rMOocl. Fimiihig Im
plcincn(s, 8ccds. . " I
Also, Iiampion Mowers nnl ISenperfl,
Hoy lnkcs of flio Best -I'ntfcriis
OUR FOUNDRY BEING NOW IN FULL BLAST WE ARE READY FOR AN V AND ALL CALLS.
M(. , ., v COCIJKAN, I50ZMAN & CO.
McConnelstnlo, Nov. 12 2in. ,
D. II. MORTLEY.
, Grain, Seeds,
:C O U N T 11 Y
f'niinfi)- Mrn lianis
v sir.r.. w. a. s it,t,.
F. SILL & CO.,
DM GOODS, GROCERIES, TIN, BRASS & WOODEN WAKE,
TlVv:i,:Tji:sr:! HAGS fc VAT.TSTOS,
Notions, and fn en e ral Assorted Goods,
Opposit tlio Court lIoiisc,
MC O N N K L S V I L L li, OHIO,
October 2.', ISf.S-lOm.
JOSKril KELL Y.
KELLY & SEAMAN,
ISootH and Shoes,
Ladies' l)ress Ciloods,
and Heady Made C'lolliiiig.
Also, they would call tho nltonlior. ol tho public to their lacilities fui lining orders for
CLOT II ING M D JS TO OIll) 35 11 .
As Ihey havo bocii red tlio net-vices
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN
STOIJE, South-west Corner of
GliNTliEMEN'S FURNIS'UING STORE!
Cloths, Cassimcres, Salinc(s, Jeans, Undcrshirrs,
Drawers, Ready Made Clothing,
Cjicntlcnicn's Fiirnishini Goods.
AND M A N UFACTU 11 E 11 OF CLOTHING TO ORDER.
Ppecial Alleiition civen to the
hand a good selection ol tho choicest
Is ILc OiIr ofllioday vltli
BOOT AND SHOF EMPORIUM !
JO UN & T IT T ,
jMnnuluctnrox and Dealer in
Ono door Kabt of tho "BUCKKVE BLOCK," " "' WW!
M c C o n n e I s v i 1 1 e, O Ii i o.
A LI UK HAL ADVANCE Paid oa Leather Left on Consiirnmnnf.
AG KNT lor tho Salo or A. B. HOW V.' - - -
latest imxhovii:d skavhstg .-maoixin rca
C A LL O N S T I T T
October -'9lu ISSGH-Cm
C. R. BOZMAN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Opposite the Post House.
WILL PAY CASI-I KOI I
P It O I) U C E 0 F
nu sni fiti nt or(;Mid.t In
j:.yi:irnor. ma on to i'u:asi:
of an experienced culler, (JACOB ROLAND,) who will spare no pains to'
mako r. '-Good Fit" for nil who may call.
IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS AT IKE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE!
tho Public .Square,
Two doors abovo C. L. Barker & Co.
mnnulneturo of Clothinff. A "GOOD
goods that can bo found.
H 3X JSH
IJ VI V O J E
J. F. SONNANSTLNK.
J. W. PINKERTON.
A J, L K I N D S
our line mm low nx any In fli
Mel oiiiit lHville, lletober , Sfi-Cni.
J USSR ,SL"A MA .V.
L IS, O IT I O.
always warranted. He lias on
Ui 1 1 1!
IIUYINO TvLSE THERE!