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Jil-KI'M A. XKM.Y, KDITOH.
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO ;
rrltlnr. July 2, IMJff.
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tinno, ttio pupor will bo cominned,
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Jollnr year, nntil hoors'iecomc
in and renew.
trir An X found on the ninrjrtn
of the paper taa r.olification to the
nnWribcr that his or her time has
expired, or about to expire; and it
is also nn invitation to renew.
2s'OTl C R Legal Advertising
done at tho Conservative Office
at lower rates than elaowhero in the
oTNext Sunday in the 4lt ol
July. Yo have heard of no arrange
ments for a colebrnlton in this com
munity. 8. Grout improvement in our
stroot crossings and pavements arc
boing made, and everybody is glnd
Smr. ox k Incrrasr. T. D.
Chcndlo toll us that trado with him
is still on tho incrnaso. His motto
of "cash sales at small profits, and
all good warranted," is telling.
faTJohn Ilurpor, ot whom we
gavo notico last week as bcitijf or
rcstod for horse stealing, was dis
chargod from custody on lust Sat
urday. John fools proud and s.iys
"they couldn't make it."
ShccU nrrostcd a
on lata Sunday.
They were having their " liltlo
gamo " in 1'uwcII'h old tobacco ware
house. They wero bound over to
answer at tho next term of tho
Court of Common Plons.
Dnowsm.-Cyrus White, n young
man about ntnetcon years of ago,
of Taylorsvillo, lull from tho deck
of tho Cur no llrooks, tit Luke
Shuto, and was drowned on Thurso
day, tho L' 1th ultimo. Tho deceas
ed had boon sent down to draw a
bucket of water whilo the boat was
under way, and, it issupposod, was
drawn overboard by tho foroo ol
the sudden joik which is always
ionnc'iuont upon the bucket striking
tho water under such circumstan
ces. His body was taken to his
homo fur interment on Monday.
Exi'BEss Waooons. Tho limo
was when an express waggon on
our streets was a novel steht; but
now they aro soon every hour in
tho day. This is bnt an ovidence of
tho popular favor into which IIiobo
waggons have grown and are grow
ing. Our fa'mors are begin mug to
realizo their superiority over the
cumbcrsomo, common farm waggon
for markoting purposes, and thoy
are investing in them accordingly
Another cvidonco of the general fa
vor into which tli obo waggons are
growing, may be seen in the de
mand for thorn. Any ono would be
surprised, on paying a visit to Hoi.-
brook's Waggon Manufactury, to
rce mo nurrucr ot these waggons
thnt is boing turned out there.
Well, wo are glad to see it, for to
know of no ono moro deserving ol
prosperity than the Hoi.unooK.
jeju'Iho political contest in Vir
ginia is assuming the character of
raco antagonism. Nearly all tho
whites will bo on one side and near
ly all the blacks on tbo other,
Walker will bo votod for by tho
whites for Governor, and Wells by
tho Hacks. Wolls is adapting hts
ppccchcs to tho capacities and pre
judices of tho negroes. IIo told
them at Abingdon, tho other day,
that "Liu mother dropped him" in
tho Stuto of New York, and that "it
was accident that mado mo white
ns it was accident that mado you
Hack." U 1b a grcut pity that tho
accident can'i Lo corroctod iu tho
cuno of Wells, sinco lie rogrots that
it wna in New York w'horo his moth
er dropped htm, ns hud tslio been in
Virginia, the accident might havo
been of another color. Bitch a fol
low is not fit for oven durkics lo
KST Well, if a baitch, liana a ho,
tiaml a bar, band a boss, band a he,
don't spoil 'orso, then my name
huitil 'JSnory 'J II.
Jtt Springnold, (Mans.,) hud a
prize light on Wednesday, li.et,
which was attondjil by '.)("!) specta
tors, 100 of thorn being women.
l-aTlicv. Rowland Hill Used to
ride to nnd from Inirch in a car
riago; This gavo oflonso, to ono of
his members at least, who wont so
far as to hand in, among the notices,
ono requesting "tho prayers of this
congregation for tho pastor, who,
yiolding to pride, is in the liulit of
riding in his carriago, not contont
liko his Divmo Master, to rido npon
an ass." It was not until Mr. Hill
had road tho paper, and observed
tho sensation created,' that ho no
ticed its import; and thon la ing it
down ho said: "It is truo, brethren,
I rido in my carriago, but if the au
thor of this notice will appear at
the door at tb conclusion of the
sorvices saddled and bridled, I will
do my best to rido him homo."
5TKi.)g Theodoruh' son hns been
in England long enongh to have
learned to writo English of this
"My doar , You got plen
ty butterfly in tho school? no got in
hero, too much cold. J)id yon seo
show and mnko snowman. Me liko
it very, much, mo ride, ono pony
oh so very nico. Ono dur mo co
to hounds, the fox run n way and
the dogs kill him Give my lovo to
ttyTho dailey bill of faro of tho
elephant Empress, in conlral Park,
is twcnty.five four-pound loaves,
tlirco hundred pounds of oats and
bran mash mixed, and one hundred
and fifty pounds of hay. This she
washos down with forty pails of
tST "How old aro you?" nuked a
railroad conductor of a little girl
whom her mother was trying to
puss on a ball' ticket. "I i.m inno
at homo but in tho cars 1 am only
six and a half."
Nolico is bore by given thnt a po
tition will bo presented tu tho Gov
enor ofthoSlAtoof Ohio, praying
for tho pardon of John It. Sheets,
who was sentenced at tho Novem
ber term, of 108, of tho Court of
Common Picas, ot Morgan Coun
ty, Ohio, to imprisonment in the
Penitentiary of Ohio for the term
of thr"c years for tho crimo of burglary.
B. F. POWER.
Attorney for Prisoner.
Jane 18, 1869—3w.
A petition will bo presented to
tho Govenor of Ohio for a pardon
of Isaac P. Lawrnco, who is in the
Penitentiary of Ohio on ft cburgo of
burxlary, sent from Morgan Coun
ty, Ohio, in .March, 18l!8.
J. E. HANNA,
Attorney for Isaac P.
June 18th, 1869—3w.
for Cull ou 1). & C. Mummey and
seo the Etna and Ohio Mowing Ma
chines, tho best and cheapest in the
AArw Mowinu Machinic. Tho
"Triumph," superior to all other
front cut machines, is for sale by
Cochran, Isoisinun & Co. This ma
chine is of light draught, and m:ty
bo bought at reduced pricos. Ev
cry farmer should call and examine
it. Ko. 38. 2w.
iiT Remember that 8. C. Brewster is
aoliing goods very cheap.
ItS. Scotch Fublde UlHssea, the lext
in tho market at Vincist's.
af&Uk liir.ihol.s ua clienp aa they
cau be bought in the maiket. At llul
liJay i. Co's.
tiy Jiiht received a fowof tiioso beau
tiful Toint Lama Luce Shawls at llnlli
Jay & Co's.
s " a
NEW GOODS I NEW (iOODSII
Sood aasortmeiit of new Calico
S. C Brewotur'a.
Itfio u Hallidny A Co'a. and get
pair of thoao Alexander Kid made Silk
B Now ia tho time for barg.iiiiH.
C. Broivatcr ieloaiug out hU aummer
tlooda legai'illcKa of eoat.
SQrdo andaeo those handsome Tic
tine 1'nuiifa at tho Book Ktoro. Tlion
buy nnd tell your nciUl'or to do like
wibe. Summer goo 'h of every nYacrijj
tion will bo Bold r gui'illcHH of coHt
8. C. Urowatcr'a iluiing tho next hixty
CaHUINK KO IikVOI.VKIIH.We will
buy Henry 'a, Hjieiioor'a, and Sharp'a Iti
flca und Curbinea uinl Colt's Army and
Xuvy nnd Torket 1'iHtola for a short
timo. JI. B. Viwckxt it lino.
JMi. The Union Violet Commorciul
Writing Fluid, niaiiufiittureJ hy the
American Ink Co., is tho bet And ni
teal ink inalo. It ia poHilive color
when first writteu; flows tienutifully
will not corrodo steel pens; freezing
will not injur it, and it will not fiwle.
For Mia at Adair Buob. Book Store,
where a fronli aiijijily hna just been ro-ffolvcil.
Of 81 acres of fertile land, well
watered, nnd under good cultiva
tion, situated in Bloom Township,
four miles from McConnclsvillo, on
the Loheu or hock villa road, near
its junction with the Zancsvillo
On said farm is u comfortable
dwelling of good sir.o, with wood
bouse, spring honso, moat house,
corn cribs, waggon house, stables
with largo mows for hay or ruin,
Ac. Thcro aro two never failing
springs of good water near the
dwelling. There is also an orcli&rd
of choice fruit trues, grape vines,
Any ono wishing said property
will do well to secure the smo im
mediately as it will probably bo in
market but a short time.
For terms, tall on or address tho
undersigned who resides on the
WM. N. DURRIN.
PostOfTico address, McConnclsvillc,
June 18th. 1BC0 3w
1! . . 1 J
Dissolution of rnrf nrrslilp.
Notico is hereby given lint tho
partnership hurutoforo existing bo
iwccn John McDermolt and Joseph
K. IJucey in tho Dry Goods business
at Stockport, Ohio, under tho firm
name of J. McDermolt & Bueey,
was dissolvod by mutual consent on
t'io 17th of Juno, I860. Tho un
settled business of the firm will be
settled by John Mr Pcrmott, at tho
old stand. JOHN McDEKMOTT.
JOSEPn K, BUCEV.
As I shall conduct tho business
heretofore carried on by the ubove
named firm, I solicit ft coiitinuaneo
of tho patronage of tho pu'jlic.
tcHf Largo lot ol' that hainlaomc, nice
flowing violet Ink. just received at the
Bookstore, in quarts, Pints, and half
jiin'n, and smaller sui") bottles.
VQm Tho he.it gol l nnd steel pens are
kept at the Book Store.
LIFE OF JESUS, THE CMP.IST.
11Y HKNUY Vy.' '! Ml.
Tl liaa been foiial both i!.'iuiii' hum . 1
cemary, on arcomit of the grnt unit r i -iliiiR
lutcrent nrniHOil nil ovvr thelni.it hy
llif nnnniinriMiii'iit thot the preati'iit livli g
IiL-imiK t-ai'lier m riicKin uinmi to I lit -
partniil u llieme, tu mnko .inir nlnwi-r to
iinotnni iiiiiinrica couciruins ) i-ook u-
The rcumrknlile nrtivItT of the thinking
worM, iiikI tbe wiilrrnnee nt dii"iion In
krn in ! viIkimiis I In' plnliiK"i'liy o f 1. ri
tii.nily ns iuvulvt-il in Die 1 i lo ml infliieiii a
of Jpn, Rive to thit topic a pre-ciuiiiuiK'e
over all otlitTi rngniiijj the in mil of the
pri'tent any. lliei'iul lor ellectivrncM a
nioiic the " eoniinnii poople," ho henrH
the tinchlnpi of the Mtrr glmllr, the
ilrmre losrniisn onil ititnrm poimliir tliink-
mhich hn ih-wiv nilereil into tho iiir-
itnf m holnrlv nml li iliin miiiiln hn L'iv-
en rerenl ri-if to a liluraturo upon this mi l-ji-rt,
of nniiminl extent ami power. Out of
one uunnreu ann pevcniy-iie nine-rent
" Liven ol 'hrit" written within a centu
ry, nt tenet hair, nml thut hy Inr the abler
hnlf, have been wriiieu wilbin the pt
thirty yenrt. tlernmny, Franee, Kngluml,
nil have their nchoolt bnlh of orthodoxy and
ecptieirin. Nn two of thrc ocrui.y the
nine prnunii or ueip corn oilier in iiennii
in ilenliiiff with Iho ponulur iniml cif the
ililloni.l mi I i hi . nml no one of them in
properly nilnpteil to toucli tho wnnU nt re-
MKioui tniukuri In Auiu.-ien. iliit muni be
the work of nn American, and of n colli'
plt tely rvprum iitalivo Anierionn. Knr run
it be the work of an hour. If it ii to lie
permanent, it should be ripe.
It ia with full confidence iu (he attain
ment of Hi ia result thnt tba publisher of
the " Lira or Jitnun, thx i'hkikt," Ui which
Mr. Prrcaia is now constantly nnd earn
estly devoting bis abundant energies, aie
preparing for ita iiuan;e in a iiiiiui.er wor
Ihy tho enRer expectnnry with which the
Fiiblin haveereeUid ita aunouuctunciit, and
ha universal, incicasing intensity of iu
tvre.t foil in the subject.
The work Is to ba issued in two styles.
It will be first published in a full nelnvn
volume of about 800 pages. This, although
called tho "1'laln Edition," will l e illus
trated with several valuable eiiErsvinu',
which are already completed. Kirnt, four
superb Mnpa, constructed expresly fortius
work from the very Illicit mid best dutn,
.....I.,. I..,., Vnr.ll. I. Tliil..h ....1 I" 1.
govcruinenta: surveys of Palestine, the
resent explorations or the City nt .lerura-
lein, by Likut. Snrx, llnynl Kucincers,
and every attainnlde source of exuet jreo
rrnphical and topographical infbrmaiinii.
These ara engraved on copper and 0:1 stone
(printed in two tints) hi Cultoh, the lii
nn. us map-maker and publlslicr. The oth
er illustrations are a Frontispiece, ' Hind
of Clirint," reatored, painted nnd engraved
on steel by the brilliant American cncriivcr,
Wii. K. KIahuhai.i., from a Photograph
I.kohsbdo d Vixci'a rapidly deenylng inas
tarpioce in Milan, "Tue lust Bupper,"
really grand work of Ibe engraver'a art;
aud a beautifu I btael-plute Title page, con
taining a Vlf inclteol'Bethlehem.enf raved
hy K. HiarHKLwooD of. the C'uutiucutal
The other style will ba In royal octavo
sisu, richly illuf tralad. It will contain tbe
Kroutisnicce. Titlo-iara and Meiis men
tioued above, a series of twenty lnrtre lull
page wood-engravings, and Ircin fifty
seventy-live smaller cuts printed in Die
text. A tew of these, selected tit random,
are shown in our circular.
The whiilo series are from ttcvi anil oriil
Dal drawini) new btfort published, having
lieeu designed expressly Tor this work alter
Hkolclice taken directly from the pluceH
rr preteuted. They are a new ond lull
of loealities, peojilo aud, customs
among the scenes of our Lord's earthly la
bors, and, nn artistic productions, art be
lieved to la superior to anything before
publihd on Uiat aiihiect. They ara
by W. J. 1.10TOM, thu i , tel. ruled
wood-engraver, now resident in ew York,
universally acknowledged Iu be I lie fir,l
muster ol liia art, and liis brother, ii.
J.iToi long wail kuowu uud highly es-
tceini'd in 1 uris.
Tbo ilnps were constructed and the
designed by A. L. IUwho,
artist fur yean resident In the Holy Land,
nnd thoroughly oouversaut with lla fea
tures. Tbe drawings ou wood pro from
artiatio pencil of iUaav Tbe work
will be printed at tbo lUiversity Tress,
Cambridge, by Wuxk, Bioklow k Cu.f
guaranty of ita typographical beauty
!oncerninr tho data of publication, more
particular iul'ornmtioo will bo given thro'
the newspaper press In due lime. H may
be said, however, thi t tbo book will not
ready fur canvassing by subscription agents
(in whieh manner alouo it ia to bo aoldj lo
lore tbe mouth of Juno next.
For furt b r purticulars address
C. Y. VK.V'i , oraaenimoa Uoom rt'SMHiiKR,
j o. u Vi L..t ' uitU 8t.r Ciuciuuuii, U.
tfx. ni:!, I nix;.-ENGINES,
TIIHESHISfl MACHINES, and all
kinds of MACHINE REPAIRING,
done on flie shortest possible
tioilre ntflie FOUNDRY OF COCH
RAN BOZMAN A CO.
tnGeneral W. II, Gibson, Of
Tiffin, is going into tho lecturing
businoss; but in the first placo ho is
going to niako a southern, tour for
information. Ho intends to visit
llio scenes of memorable battles &o.
Gibson, didn't those battles make
noise enough. "Let us havo peace."
McCONNELSVI LLE MARKET.
Mr(7esiJtvn.i. Julr, 2 18C9.
FLOUR fW fsmlly 8,ft0;
WIIKA T-l,10 prrbnhel.
iX.liH MKAIJO.SO perbnhel.
CORN' CO per bueliel, wliolesale.
OATH ftO int per beihel, wholesale.
I Isy $1(5,(10 per
TIM 01 H Y HKKD fiO wholesale.
FLAX KKKf)--l 75 to 2 00.
RKA Nd 62 50 per bushel.
IiRIKD AI'I't.KS Vets, per pound.
LHIKD l'KA;ilKS.84 00 per buab.
POTAToKd 80 40 per bash., at
RUTTKR 20 cts. nerpoonj,
KC.'liS 12 mi. per dnz,
FKATIIEI'.H 7 els. per lb.
r-UWAIt-l!ito 20 ct. per lb.
WHITK SUGAR 20 lo 22 ots.. lb.
OOFFKK 25 lo 33 eta. per lb.
TKA ft 00 to J 00 pr lr.
MOLASSKS-.Sorguni t,Q by barrel, CO
to 70 per gallon.
8 1'KUP 81 2.1 per gallon.
LAUD 15 to 18et per pound, whole-
PRIKO r.KPF 25ol per lb.
SIIOUL11K1W 14 cents per lb.
81 1 IKS PicVeUd, 1ft eta pt,r lb.
CAIIIIOV OIT,-ft(ct. per gallon.
LiNKKKO OII.-l,;W per ((alloc
LARD OIL.--2 00 ht ruIIoo.
CAN PLK8 20els per lb.
SO A I'., by bar lOe.
COIFlt?IU-10.-ts per lb.
HAL"' MOO per bbl.
WOOL 40 to 45 cts per lb.
UivriiicTixu coi'STf ron
ANorameiit ol' Hrnl Estate.
. In puniiinnee of the Act of Mnv Kt!i,
IStiH, Uliio I.nwa, Vol. CiJ pnges, KJO to
ITU incliistive, tlio (,Viiiinii.Hioncin of
Morgan Co., at their .lime ea.-lon, 1 Stilt,
oriloroil thnt the County of Jimnn be
diyidcil for the jiut'iioxcM npreitied in
niil Statute, intoaeven Piftrieta, to-wit:
Lit l)it. Bloom, Mnlta, and Morgnii
' RriaUil ami Manclii'itcr tp.
' t'enter and .Meijfsville "
' AVinilor "
' I loiiu-r ami Mm ion "
' IVnn nml l'niin '"
' DeerHi-M anil York "
And it ia by the CominiioiD-i x further
or wreil thut the County Auditor (live
notice hv iiiililiention. in the ncw-nti-
pern 1pii1,Ii.-1kh1 m Mnrgim County of the
JAMES R. Mi tiKKW.
June II AnuToii, .Moi jimi Co.
Jamkh Bais. JavkmBoii.eai'.
A1X k r.OILEAU,
A N I)
xsjsj juan a cair fss
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
flrF.CUh ATTENTION' 01 VEX to
HEIMIKlXfl in WOOD nnd IltOX of
ALL KINDS or VEHICLES in OUU
(live ua a cull on
Iafiftlr Rf rnif
Between S nrket and Center Street,
J. T. C R Ji W,
A TT( ) 11X12 Y-AT-L A W,
Over Drcwtler'a Store, uear Court House
All CoHrrtioni Promptly Attcmlrtl lo.
NEW ! . FRESH 1 ATTRACTIVE I
G n j; A t r ILLS
B o o k Store
S3:' JUNG and
AVe havo just rpccivcd nnd oucned
ine J.ai'goat mock ol
WINDOW SUA I) KS,
Ever brought to town, and of the moat
ilcairublo i-atu iwia and o.inility from
(xiinmon Jirown to nnu out 1 ajui
WliK U wo will toll
LOWEIl flianKVrn UEFOnE!
Our atoclc cmbi aroa tho boat and fi
naat variety in thu iiiurkot, purchased
direct from tho Miitiufnrtnrcra, uud
cannot bo HurtiftoHcil fur bounty
atylcannd Low rricet,
M.itch 10, Jf.9.
JI. Al. COCIIIUN:
C. B. BOZMAN.
J. F. SONNAiNSTLNE.
C0CHMN, BOZMAN & CO.,
Hardware, Ilousc-Airnisliing Ooocls, Fanning Im.
Also, Cliainpioa JHowcrs and Reapers,
Hay Rakes of the Rest Patterns
OUR FOUNDRY 13EIXG XOW IN FULL BLAST WE ARE READY FOR ANT ANI ALL CALLS.
lfp , ., v , COCiJHAN, DOZMAN & CO.
McConnolr)nlo, Nov. 12 2m.
D. II. MORTLEY.
'J. W. PINKERTOX
D. II. MORTLEY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
laEIl I Mil
Opposite the lost House.
ill II F lit
M la il Ki B
SC OUN T 11 Y
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Con it fry 1Ici IiiiiiIh nn II ltd
nn mtKOi f iik iiI oi (;noiU In our line nn ln nn nny In Hie
MrCoiuii-Nville, i tili r 8, JStiS-lnn.
W. A. SILL
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, TIN, BRASS & WOODEN WARE,
TRUNKS, WI .LOW WARE,
TRAVLLING 3 5 AG S &VAL1SES,
rVotions, and (jccneral Assorted Goods.
tlio Court House,
M:C O N N K L S Y 1 L L 10 ,
O II I O
L'A'EIillOf- MADE TO r LEASE CUSTOM E US.
KELLY & SEAMAN,
ISoots and Shoes,
Ladies' Dress Coods,
and BScady Irlade -Clothing.
AIho, llioy would call tlio Bltonlion of tho public to tltoir fncilitiuM for Hlllnj; ordorn for
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER.
As thoy havo secured tlio etorvicesof nn cxpcrloncod cuttir, (JACOI1 KOLAX1),) who will sparo no pnins lo
moko r. "Good Fit" for nil who may cull.
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GGCDS AT THE KIEHEST MARKET PRICE !
STOKE, South-wcdt Corner of tho 1'ublic Squnro,
n , Ml M'CONNHLSVIIiLE, OHIO.
October 22d, 16fi8 If .
GKNTLEMEN'lS FVRNIS'lIINCS- STORE!
DEALER I t
Cloths, Cassiinercs, Satinets Jeans, Undershirts,
Drawers, Ready Made Clothing,
CS entlenicn's Furnishing Groods,
AND MANUFACTUltElt OF CLOTHING TO ORDElt
Two doors abovo C. L. Dnrkor & Co.
Special Attontion jjircn to tho mnnulactoro of Clothing. A "GOOD FIT"
hand a good Detection ot tho choiceBt goods thftt can bo found.
ul ways warranted. IIo Las 01.
foal ja :
I flic Order ofllio day MllbC'tirnrs.
MSL .a. 9
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM !
o O o
II N S T I T T ,
Mannfacturor and Dealer in
MeConnelsvill c, Ohio,
A LIBERAL ADVANCE Paid on Leather Left on Consignmem.
One doar KukI of tlio "DUCK EYE BL(JuK,'
AGENT for tho Sato of A. B. IIOWES"
LATEST IMPROVED SlilWING MAOHINEB.:'
IT T JJ E V 0 11 E IJUY1N O E L S E W II E HE!
O A LL 0 N08 T
October 2'Jth 18G8 Gm