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JOSKI-H A. KKI.LT, M1TOR.
M'CONNKLSVILLK, OHIO :
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for in advance, Z2 00
Ono copy, ono yenr, cash in ad
vance, 81 60
Ten copies, ono your, nnd ono ropy
frro ii tho getter up of the club,
ono rlnllnr nnJ iwentj'-firo
cents per copy, 12 50
ttlT" When n Niiberibers timo ex
pires, if no order in loft to diHCon
tinuc, the paper will lo continued,
ifwo so (1 'firo, lit tlio rato of two
dollnrs n year, until lio or s'.ie comes
in nnd renew.
I'lf An X found on tho margin
of Uic paper is a r.nlificntion to the
Hiil-Hcrilier Unit Ins or her Vino lins
expired, or about to expire; nnd it
: . '- nn invitation lo renew.
FECFLE'S AHT1-PIKE TICKET.
FIN. R. 1IANNA.
A. D HAVENER.
JOHN W. KNOX.
Land Appraiser. 1st District,
JAMES A. GILLESPIE.
Land Appraiser, 2nd District,
SAMUEL M. GILLILAND.
Land Appraiser, 3d District,
TUBA DO RE COUURN.
Land Appraiser. 4 Vh Di.striet,
Land Appraiser fith District,
Land Appraiser, 7th District.
C ontent oriiili!e.
-ht Love mi'l Arc Grsiiaiii. I.t-
t.i t r. Thi Canons of tlio t'nlurniln
'u.i Knliin Pnrmn rr.'l I'ythiiis in Col -r
-u Mnritul Wir Uirli-.. the :rrk"n City
f : rmnny Tnkinc Turr, Cli t' (vr
r -1 ii'lcnff .i.itornul Hi-rnm IWr
I'uvihinic to co to Hrnvrn lin-rul without
I i"Ur r.rovities l'oronal ItMiM Fmcisn
;i,-ni V.'hpt'f the n i.tter nt Ji NnroVou
V,"r.:.:tJ I.ir Teeth !1. I?n : crn r. t s F'r-
v't ; thi! r!nir. ; lie, Y"i:rtr t. The
Elo.'iicn in Veimmt TLe lAih Awenil
l.teht The r.i'iv.' '.icr.t: Party Ari.ihilrtol
.:.!;:'irbia A Vns we.-lLy cf l'lacc j Ac.
cn a Wtstf-m tour
Hid wile Ktarto'I
trr, W. M. CuIolIU'jii h:id about
loa l of to.il bunk ju.st'ubovo Eajrle
crt, on Sunday morning,
tH:- Wc notice tli.it 1-rank ItfTrrs U
pair. ting and papering ai.d generally
u novating the Tot Ilcue fur the ac
rnmmodatier. of the public during the
S. ft. F. llc.iiiu.iy rlarl-. f.ir Tlttf
burgh to-day, cn I'.ir btcainn- Julia, for
the purpofsoof purclia'uig a now btock
of (ioodn. lle w'll be back next week.
rtuTho Mi.-scs S tV K. Holhrookgo
to 1'ittsburgU this wed; h i-the pur
pose of making soine nddilioan to their
already large stock of (ioods.
B5?uNcw liooda this week at llol
brook's Millinery utid Fancy Goods
'tore, front Philadelphia an! New
irij..'i'. e llegree Ludgo of Hood Tem
plars, of Morgan county, held their last
monthly meeting in Chesterfield, on
Saturday. Their next meeting will bo
held in Ma'ta, on Saturday, the 23d of
CS7-W. W. McCurty, who 1ms
been tuking tho enumeration of
thoso entitled lo admission lo com
mon bcIiooIh in this School I)istnct,
reports thritthcro is 579 whites, and
L) colored, total 589, who cm havo
the privilego of our school.) froo of
KorNi) Ovkii. Abraham King,
caid to hail from NoLlo county, wbb
bounA over to Court, on Monday,
by, IV E. Smithson, Esq., ot Ring
gold, to answer i charge of stealing
ten dollars from tho drawer of Jo
seph M. Riley's Grocery, at Ring-.-old,
on Saturday Two hundred
ddh.i-s bail given.
Kol'SD OvKit. Charles K. Harm,
fd M alta, was arraigned beforo Jamos
Wutkins, Esq., on Saturday, chnrg-
cd with assault with irtont to com
mit ft rpo on tho person of Mrs.
Elizabeth J. VonfauHon, on tlio
bridgo, on Thursday night, of last
wcok. Ho was bound ovor to court,
giving bail in tho sum of livo. hun
dred dollars. Hanti was mtoxica
tod; ntd, it in said, mistook Mrs.
VanfutiHcn for a disrcpntublo char
tijyTho Zancsvillo Signal of Sat
in day hau theloUowing: "Lost,
etrayod or Ktolcn A Republican
mass meeting, which was to have
met Hayes, Kir.ghum and Pond in
thin city to-day. Any Information
regarding tho sumo will bo kindly
jocoivod by tho Chuirmun of tho
republican county Comtnittco." So
it rocs, the Sf.tc over
Tm: following, on perfumed note pa
per, U tho Cologne stylo of announc
ing a birth : "1 have the honor po
litely to announce to my relations and
friends, tho hnppy delivery of my dear
wife, Julia, maiden name Sattmnrn, of
n healthy, strong hoy. C'ologno, Aug.
17, mo. Edwnr.1 Fomtn."
Jrjy Tho General (Jucry
slroot "Who's Who ?"
BosTos lilts a 'b i Inn Ih ropint who visits
prisons, 8niil ho tu a prisoner, "Most of
your friends tliink your sentence was ex
cessive nothing liko it was ever known."
"Yes, 1 suppose to," wot the prisoner's re
ply ) "but, then, you know, everything
lins gone up since the war."
fsS" Fresh Oysters to-night Bt L
A Rt'Mna prevailing tu London that a
fnnlt hint hecn discovered in the French
cnlilc, the Times' city article contradicted
it. ihtre is no tnult In the cable, said this
exact writer, "only n peculiarity has been
observed nt one point, that isdeclnred it be
inomipntibls with complete perfection."
J ist so 1
IPir Go to L. C. Kurekholter'g
Oyster Dopot tor tho bivalves by tho
can, half can or dozen.
Is Toiiit A
1'FSTirr.B.ori Boat Amos
Ft-A. W. U'allu-r, of Malta, is
now in tho East purchasing a Fall
and Wini or assortment of Cloths,
S' John Hal!, of Malta, has gono
East for New Goods. Ho will opon
out a litrc and well selected stock,
next week, of Cloths. Cossimercs,
ladies' Dress Goods, Roots, Shoes,
Ac, all new, and will sell them ut
tho lowest figures possible
[For the Conservative.]
What is tbo matter with the peo
ple that they will not turn out to
listen to tho Radical stumpers ?
Matter enough down deep into
o relief ih proposed tothosowno
aro weary nnd heavy laden with
tho enormous burthens of tho day.
There is TiO comlort at a radical
meeting, listening to n radical htum.
per. Wo havo been cheated, do
trauded hr.d faiso promises held
out. They said last fall to you and
I, just wait until wo can get clear
of that pestiterous Andy Johnson,
and put (iranl in his place, and
then relief willcoine to all hnrthi
encd interests of the land. Tho rad
ical Chicago Platform promised lo
pa)- lionds. according to tho letter
and spirit of tho law. Tho letter
nr.d spirit of the law says : '-Law
ful money of the Puked States."
Radical leaders say d- o I 1 !
down goes property ; up goun inter
est anJ Ronds more
Rut says the mousing politicians
of the Radical party, I'ciidlcton op.
poseJ tho war, And is aga:nst Xs
gio Suffrage, and thinks tho whites
of the South aro equal to '.he lie
groia and tthould voto. Well, wo
know all that. But, sir, wo cannot
st.irvo oursclvcb und lumilies to en
rich Iho l'ond holder. Wo havo no
time to spare to listen to tho agents
of Rond -holders, such as Hayes,
Pond, & Co. If wo do, can t pay
twclvo per cent, interest, if wo want
money nor fifteen per cent., ifwo
can't do without it nor twenty
percent., il wo must havo it !
Must work hard, lato and early, or
I'hu Secretary oi tho United Sutlcs
Treasury has given four ban J red
thousand dollars premium, last
month, to tho sweet scented Jlond
holders. We can't go to tho liadi-
ea! meeting ! You abk of as too
hitich ! Wo must work hard to
pry this extra premium to Rond
iioldcn and to that
He will give another lour hun
dred thousand next month. .No
timo with nio to sparo to go to tho
meeting ; must work hard and sell
cow ami pigs, and something else to
that present to Jiond-holdora.
My rich, Rond-holding neighbor
is sending somo six or seven of his
children to our District School, and
I must work two hours mere every
Another Rond-holder has un un
fortunato son in tho Lunatic Asy
lum ; another in tho Joaf and Rumb
Asylum ; and anothor in tho Blind
Asylum, and I must pay for their
attondanco, support and education.
Can't go to tho meeting. There it
is again t
A Burtrlar broke into my neigh
bor's hotiHO, lust night, and stole all
his Bonds. If the rascal is caught
and brought to justico, 1 must la'
bor to pay expenses attei.Jing the
arrest, trial, conviction, &c. JNo
time to go to tbo meeting, mu.t btay
in my shop and work to pay tho
Another of my neighbor is loau
ing money at, twelvo percent.
Suva it is fino times I Bui I find
hard labor to pay the interest I
Ko idlo timo with mo ! Can't go to
tlio meeting I
Tho Pikers aro dotorrained, if
should bo slack in voting this full
to build Turnpiko roads, for tho
benefit of u few. 1 can't go to tho
Radical meeting, I must stay in my
shop and pound out on my anvil
more and plenty of
I wou'.d buy to Mr. Bond-holdur
to bo eaRV just now in your do
mnnds. Let up a little I Tako
crreenbackb in payment of your
Bonds, without the twenty-five por
cent, premium iticicon, now pro
scntod to you by tho Secretary
tho Treasury, or you may, on the
ovcnincr ot tlio t;ciouer ciecnon
hear something drnp I
The best quality of Illank Books
at low prices, at the Book Store.
Merino Hose, from 10 to 25cts.
per pair, at U. E Halliday A Co s.
SX- Slates, of all sites, nt the Book
Vim.iss Axn (IriTARs. We have just
opened a fine lot of Mitsinal Instru
ments, which will he sold on the most
favorable terms. Violincello, Violin,
and Guitar Strings, fresli and of the
best quality, constantly an hand.
1' B. VINCENT & ERO. .
Family Bildes at the Book Store.
ItiS" New Uoot8 at the Book Store
tST Splendid l'nes of Focket Books
at the Book Store.
Uir Hair Brushes and Combs at the
Bros' Book Slore.
at the Adair
5? All the
the Book Store.
October Magazines at
t Bible Dictionaries and Family
Testaments and l'sulms, with Notes, ait
the Book Store.
iy New stock of Albums and Mis
cellaneous Books received this week,
at the Book Store.
1ST The best Ink and Steel Tens at
the Book Storo of Adair Bros'.
Hymn Books, of all denomina
tions, at tho Book .Store.
Gbrat Sacrifick. The under
pin ed having determined to go
South, will sell at cost, for forty
day or.ly, his entire stock of goods,
consisting of twenty thousand dol
lars worth of choico Dry Goods,
Groceries, Ilardwaro, Qucenswaro,
Cutlery, and Furnituroof all kinds,
at fuclory prices. 1 will pay tho
highest price for country produce
of all kinds; and hereby notify a'l
indebted to me, or John A. Penrose,
that I will take produce of all kinds,
nt tho highest price, in payment of
their debts. Come in, 'every ono!
and get great bargains by calling
on i). l.VNR,
Sept. 2G, C9. Ilooksbnrg.O.
In Toledo, Tuesday, Sept. 12th, at the resi
dencc of the bre'e's brother, Win. Wilsr,
Mr. Js T. Mi aaAV, of Morgan co. 6
in Mis Mv E. Wiraitr, if Williams eo.
Ohio, ntih Teaf miKee.
Imkd At the residence of his son, Lewis
n..rter, in McConnclsville, Ohio. 6cpU J2,
I -C J, Mr. Philip Unrtcr, iu the fOlh year of
The deceased was horn n ear Strnshurp,
France, Jan. loth, 1781, and emigrated
with his father to America, and settled in
Washington cotinly, Pennsylvania, In 178.1,
where he resided, principally, until IS47,
when he removed to Mi Conneltvillo, Ohio,
with his wii, with whom he remained till
his death. He quietly and calmly passed
away, after a l ing, protracted illucrs be
ing stricken down with paralysis a year r
go, liiKt May. he was confined to his room
until death ciimu tu his releaso at Jho a-
tMlYC OHIO. ft.
McCONNELSVILLE Sep. 29, 1869.
FLO L' It Best family t'.OO;
Ct-KX MKAL-0,S0 r bushel.
COUX 65 per bushel, who'esale.
OATS 40 tents per beebel, wholesale.
Hay ei2.no per ton.
TIMOTHY KKK')-34,00 wholesale.
FLAX 8KKI) -81 "i5 to 2 00.
KKAN'd ?2 00 per bushel.
DltlEK AI'PLKH..- 6ets. per pnnnd
URIKli PEACIlKSe-J SO per bush.
ruiAiuiw-DU 4U per oubU., at
wholes 11 In.
MUTTER 2r) cts. perpounj,
K((J.S 12 ets. per doz,
FEATHERS 75 cts. per lb.
SL'(JAR15 to 20 cts. per Ih.
will I K SUU Alt 20 to 23 cts.. lb.
W'r.E. 25 to 33 cU. per lb.
TKA- 1 00 to 2 00 per lb.
MOLASSKSSorgura 50 bj barrel. CO
10 111 per gallon,
KTIiUP Kl 25 ner gallon.
LAUD 15 to lftets per pound, whole
PRIED BK.EF 25ct per lb.
SHOULDERS--M cents per lb.
HIOKH-Piekeled, 15 on per lb.
V A UliON OlT.-fiOcts. per gallnn.
LSNSKKD OIL 1,35 per gallon.
LARD OIL.--2 00 per gallon.
CANHLES 20cts per lb.
SUA I' by mr 10c.
C'MiFISH lOjts per lb.
SAL't Jl C5 per bbl.
WOOL 10 to 45 els per lb.
J. i:. & l'iu. It. llumia,
Attorneys A.t Hiaw,
Will attend promptly to all business en
trusted t them. Hpociul attention given
In collections. Ollicu on (.'outer Btreot. three
noors west 01 vne 1 uunc Qqure.
van. u ty.
J. T. C R JS W ,
ATTOllNE Y-AT-L AW.
Brewster's Store, near
All Collfctiom Promptly A ttended to
C enter Street,
FRANK JEFFERS - . Troprietor,
Every accommodation afforded guests,
unit the HWiMing nuiv bo con
aidored the bent.
GIVE THEM A CALL.
IIOl'SE AM) LOT IN M'C'OIV
A Good IliiMlneNM fitand la
I silont llle.
The subscriber, desiring to go West, will
sell his house and lot In MeConnelsville
known as tho John Bchryer property and
his pnperty In Unionvil'e, Morgan Co.,
at LOW UAir a loanvumiring 10 invest
Real Estate. The MeConnelsville property
is in good repair, ana very aosirauie us
residence. The Vnionville property is val
nable for a Store, Hotel, or any kind of pub
lie business, r particulars call oil
addruus JOHN BC'HItYEH,
Moipsvillo, P. 0.,
Morgan Co., Oldo
An;. JS. 'r.'J -!(.
Hall Itoad Notice.
At a meeting of the Directors of the South
Western Rtil knud Co.. held nil tbe Slut dav
of flept., 1809, the following resolution was
lirtoh tif. Thnt nil ereditnra of tti Rnntti
Western Rail ltoed C'-mpsny holding bonds,
mortgftgea.notet or others evidence ot indebt
odueu against said company, are reqested
to present the seme wi'.hin 30 days, to W.
I Sprague, the Secretary of said Company,
at AlcConnclaviille, Obioj and, that so far
as practicable, the said creditors, attend, in
person, a meeting of tho board, to bo held
t Mcttinnclsville, Ohio, Oct. J7th, 1880, at
o'clock, p. m.
Attest, W. T. BrRAGUE, Soc'y.
Gulery of -A.rt.
asks the public to call and examine his
specimen Photographs, Ferrotype, Aln
brotypes , Uems. Ac.. Ac. which cannot be
surpnascd anywhere. He has perfected ar
rangements whereby any one ran be ac
comodated with the finest of Oil Paintings
aud pii.ttires of India Ink Work. I'.ooms
over Boone's Haddler Bliop, in J. C. 8 tone's
Building, Center Streol, M'Connelsvillc,
Jan 1 1y.
.a. vmcitKT. w. it. visrtsT.
ii. it. ricrT&. itiio.,
Clockt. Watches, and Jcwelrv. Silver end
Silver-Plated Ware, musical Instruments,
and manufacturers of Picture Frames
MUflRIS HhOt'K, M'C.innelsvilla, Ohie.
Watches. Jewelry aud musical In-
Robort "Li. lorris.
dealer in mechanic's Tools, Farm Imple
ments, Ituililing Matorinls, Shelf Hard
ware. Cordaeo, House Furniohina tioods.
TIN AXD SHEET IRON WAItE
Opposlto tho Court House,
M 1 C o l i r I n , Onto.
Having just put new and beautiful re
pairs upon my room, on the rublicBqunrc,
I am now prepared to accommodate mr
customers with the choicest meats- I am
letennined not to he undersold or excelled
the quantity or nunlilv of meat sold
Thanklul for past lavors I still solicit a
share of the public patronage. The high-
i-ii )ine ihki inr neies.
Those who are indebted to mo on old ac
count are rrqucatcd to call and settle, as I
w'sb to square up my books and will here
after do only a Cash business.
Iamks Baix. J.tVKH Hoii.kac.
UA1X & IKULEAU.
LATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
srEf'I.lb ATTENTION (II VEN to
UElMIItlNfi in WOOD nnd I HON of
ALIiKINU.S of VEHICLES in OUR
Give us a call on
Between Ynrlt nnd Center Street.
Met OWIJ.M IMX-, O.
May 1, 6m.
tCHOOL ROOKS IN LARGE
O Mtoek nnd trreut variety ut tlio
WE HAVE NOW IX PTOCK I-AIlfiE
quantities of nil tho St'hnol Hooks used
in this locality, with now nnd fresh addi
tions almost daily arriving. Our aim is In
ocp ev r thing on Imml needed In our
line, and we ask the pntronngoof the public
iu suHiniiiiiiv u jirsi i-iiibs io(K oioro.
We have the best grades of
Ink, Meel I'eii. IenlioIderM,
Mrltlnir I'aperN, t ony lluoliN,
Slates), l,eiit'llf.'lialk C'raj oih,
ond other Goods used in Schools, and at
1?A 1 11 MIICISS.
All Hooks UKcd in town and country
Schools alwuys on hand, and etlorts iiunle to
acconimodutu all purchustra with Ooods
whether iu stock or not.
All other Goods usually koi t in Book
Stores constantly on baud.
Come und cu ut.
Sept. S, 1 PB9
iUSK AND CuMKUUT.
BLE AS PER
FERFECT SIGH.T can only bo ot
turned by uamg
tho difficulty of procuring which
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS, Ocu
liU and Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
lunnlueturerB ot tlie t.iaenraica rfiii
KECTE1) SPECTACLES, )mv after
years of experience, experiment and
thfjorection of costly machinery, been
etiubled to prodaco that grand deside
which lmve bees sold with tiulimitcd
satisfuction to tlio weaners in MnsHa
cliUBctts, Rhode Inland, Connecticut,
New lluinpbbire, Vermont, Muino, Now
York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Nova
Scotia, New Uiunswick, Prince Ed
ward's Ihlutul.ajd Dominion of Cana
da, during the past nine years. '
Tbeso colobrited spectacles never
tiro the eye, and last many years with
S. F. WILLIAMSON,
CLOCKS, WATTIES, and JEWELRY,
SOLE AGENTS for the sals of these
from whom onlyjthey can be procured,
U. M. COCURUN:
C. li. EOZMAN.
J. F. SONNANSTlR.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN k
Hardware, Iloiisc-furiiisliiiig Good??, Farming Im
Also, the Latest Improved Buckeye Cider Mills,
Buckeye and Victor Grain Drills.
OUR FOUNDRY BEING NOW IN FULL BLAST WE AUK IJEADY FOR ANY AND ALL CALLS.
COCHRAN, BOZMAN & CO
McConnolnvillo, Nov 12 Jy.
D. U. MORTLEY.
J. W. RINJiERTON
D. IL MORTLEY & CO
WHOLESALE AND RiiTAIL
Opposite the Post Mouse.
"WILtli IJA.Y CA SPI FOR
- Bacon, Lard,
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS
ran And an uknoi tmciit
ol'CioodM lu our line an
low aft niiy In llio
, dctobfr B, ls08-ly.
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM I
.1 B3 W
ISrnntilactnrer and IDonler in
Ono dojr EttHl oi tho
shoes, iMkimp Fmxmm
McCo n n c I s v i 1 1 e, O h i o.
A LIBEKAL ADVANCE Paia on Leather Left on Consignment.
C A LL ONS T
October 29th 1Su8 ly.
AGI-NT lor the Sale of A. 15. HOWES'
IMPROVED SlilWING SrACIIJ.NES.
i t t n e r o n i: , u y i n (J i: l s i: ir 1: it ei
MMENSE STOC1C OF
r o II H A I. I' .
EVERY ARTICLE PI T OW
To Low "Water Miirk.
Am AsiglKiicoof IV. II. ItlcCar
ly, I nni now oficrtiiff 0r stale
OF DRY COOLS EVER BRO'T
TO THIS MARKET!
Which Must and Willie
So Id Regardless of Cost,
It la IiiipoNttlble lo Eiiuisier
ale every article fur wale, lint
among the leading outs) are
All of which are
AND WILL GO OFF AT A BARGAIN,
Come early and Secure FIRST
ELMER YV. COTTON,
CITY SIIAVI.tJ SALOOAI.
rtID VUOWM, raOl'RIETBB.
Fred Is prepared to da all inaunrt.nl
work wbieb couics witbia the sphere of bis
lo((itimate business. Hbaviug, lluir t'tit
linjr, tihaoipooing, llyeiag, done to I lie
smiiifuctloD of the most lastidous, Bwiiclief
and Curls are mads to order, and are wur
antcd to prove satlslucloiy. Soutli-Kasi
siilti nl Iu blic Stptarc,
J. (t. WALK Kit
Z2 t3 13 I3.Cl.Do
A. W. WALKERS CO.
Ecll Street, Efalta, Ohio.
order on the tdioruvt notice nnd nt prices to ettit tlio
iici'i'iiij iiiiifd hy n repwiinmdo luiini' will lio lirnmiitlv
Clolhinp nimlo to
tines. Ml iirili'is
lilli'd. Tliii linn is nlwaya up to the hiti'.' t fiishioiiM, nnd wnrnmt their cl
thing to stand the fenitiny of thpinoi.t limtidiiuis. 'J'lit y keep (.'ood.t to Hell hy
tho yard or in tiny shnpn tu suit pin cIiiinci . l.mlieH' Clunking alvnys on bund.
i.ii.ii i. iuii, kii.k nit; hi. sen
NOTION Aft) MILL! Ji Ell Y STORE
O L. 11 A la L 7
AV110LESALE & RETAIL DEALER JN
N'otions and RSilline ry Gooilg!,
HELL STHEET, MALTA, OHIO.
iQT RCSlXI'.SS DONE ON
May 7, ISCO-tf.
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM I "a
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
And Wholesale nnd Retail Donlcm in
Snipes, 4&c., 4&c.
ROOMS, North-west Corner of tho Public Square, AVcst of Court IIouso,
VI. XI. KELLY, IX D.
May bo fuuiiil at bis office on
Till" 801 IH Wi:ST tUllVER
At all times, when not absent on I'roftBB
si.i. ;t. wo ir.
ISlil. FALL Trade. 1869.
Adams & ICalilor
liavonwcll solontcd Btnnk of Dry Goods,
ilrncork's, tuci-iiswaro, lluols aud Shoes, Ac,
(7 RE ATLY REDUCED PR CES
STOCE : Norlli-AVest Comer of Center and
M ' 0 n n u u 1 1 v i I 1 i , Ohio.