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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 January 1867

RATES-Or ADTFI-'.TI tM cstuun or jtnt ' lurtti tUna 7r telal Mutistt, ptr lint "' 19 ' it It 11 art tht til Hum luinrn 0r4i f lot , ffr y.r , -,- 4 dmth aticti frit. i. 'i . . . .. . .Li., au. . .' ,)'4-.-wi ii vol. i; 4 0' r. .i - 'i!CONNELSyiLIiI5 JVNUAHY 25f; 867;! '.,a ,..-.-! i..NO.i27.. PUBUIUfD ETtfIT fH104T KOSIHO i v 'T r." K iH r- ffr nn yf, pyKm In iilnc . - - - It SO Kof lt Initnihn, tithl In ((Titrii-- 00 Fotihit month. t)nvli 4i nnt v -''1--J SO - - - ViVntiTt rrii Bin . tumbril a, ttLLCi. r.'iiiur. . . -j-v t Kvxti.' . i -L fv -n rl Ti R P'K CVT ' T.S?5?, - A " teTinT; Bn . . f AUa4r'i Drf tur, t'Oonnelsville, O. . Conjugal Troubles—Ludicrous Experience of a Newly-married Couple. A rlorg".on living not ft tliouaAtid in from -irctor v Wo, sVwriiion t having attended n vaUiff nuitinj:, Vrc' tiirnnd to Ins hAi 4boti irf HK. team hi rtd, jn, lront of bis, door, and a couple in bia house. The object of their visit, wua eof.a initio known bv lh young ninn, wlio told tlio tl...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 January 1867

t Ccnstrbniibr, FRIDAY WORKING, - JAN. 25. JOftEMI. 1. IIELLT - - - Editor. -THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. roa onvanna, . ALLEN 0. THCRMAK. of Frtnklin. iirTiAt oovaawon, IiAVUL 8. I UL, of Holoiei. tet'nRa OP tTATI. C. fl'lTON, of Crawford. rIW 0 STATU, JvltN McEl.WEE, of Butler. ATTffMlV fit !(, FHANK U. UCKD, of Kncx. ttrtim jcto, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. P0PT1M.lrti ff TBI HUlriT, WILLIAM M. 6HKRIUAH, of Williaine. neutut or rAo or ri'KLic wona, ARTHUR lllGKEB.of Cuyahora. THE NEWS. A in Congress to provide that sB appeale to the Supreme 0rt of the United State shall be brought only before a full bench of the judges. H. P. "Willie, one of the moit cel ebrated of the literati of America, and a poet of marked ability, died on the 21et instant at Idlewild, Lin late rosi- dence. . . Crosby's Opera-house has fallen to the lot of a saloon-keeper in Chica go named John Meyer. A singular and very destructive epidemic prevails among tho hogs in - Southern Iowa. The intestines of the tU...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 January 1867

ja i- - .-i &;e (ffonserbalibe. eflr niDtr m.imt. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. rer Business notices in the local eolumn of thii paper, not contracted fcr by the year, vrill be- charged 10 mdU per lint. No notiot inserted for lees than on dollar. JKtrAll advertisements and notices i Intended for this paper mutt be handed hi by Wednesday nooa, for circum. .etanccs compel tis to go to press St i 1 o'clook on Thursday. Mr Notice is hefby given that tba partnership horetofore existing be tween 11. B. Moore and J. A. Kelly is dissolved by mutual consent. The pa llor will hereafter be conducted by Mr. Kelly, and all doss to the office aie transferred and payable to him. It. B. MOOHE, J. A. KELLY. KT The Tribune Almanao for 1867, received at tba Book Store of Adair .Bros'. Seeds! Seeds!! crs and gardeners will bo calling npou cur merchants for Seods. Notice tho card of V. B. Lewie & Co., of Zanes ville, Ohio, found in another column. The j are prepared to fill all orders. tST New Bcoon,...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 January 1867

i . r, CLeap and Stjlish , j HATS CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWERS , j3.cx.ta us jc1b ct 23" r? , Toa will aad lhera In great proflo at the .. . - v , j . 5,... ..4 t v ,o i 911 Lndlrs Dkm Cbdi, fofttti, BloTt'd, Tlotlery, 'Zriittjrn, in an snuuci and Ulori, ... " " Iarai, loop Skim,' le ' INI - ', ;--t. 4 ., , . ' T -v - legetherwltti a tboieand and onearticleeof keeaty and utility, w be eela regardieae M lee. tr CALI,'A!f D FIXAMIMBtMaeplendid eiork end yw will I aunt local mat elite la Hie place kg HitM UWvi4 cneaper auan eue eneapeei. FsdW Rtw ty'TnrianlS rt9 1 01) IadJfi' IVw Slylfd flati tl lo ji ill Flowera lOclo Jl 00 'Ribbon of all It j lea and Price. v'-' ITOBB, Kelt Boot to idami k Knhlff. ( , - Mrs. s. e. joiissrsoisr LCI THE CIO FARMERS'-EXCHANGE. - ; t - . 1 - s. '"' o ! e ' V ii'.r! )-'' : : .; 1 DELL STUSST,'", mXlta; oiiao; Rate Jut opeaet a leenpleta ateek ef okiiitiwo i at err drbss goods," l" "' ' " - CA8HMKBM, '. -- MERINO!,; . i . woniiRs,' ' ' " ' ' f BINTS, TriMity1, ,...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 February 1867

! 'HWXl'.L!UL-'il - : 8e Jonsbf. ' . bflit,ltikwil cmrf rkll Bwum rUBLIIHID ITI5T FRIDAY KOBIMH T It It M Tnt ar, payable In kdmnet f - It St For ii month, aarable In adraave - 1 ee Fr tbr oalb, p?h't In dTnf - - - 10 I I lOSErn I. lEUT, Editor. J. A; PENROSE. XALBft II DRV'.GdODS KOTIOHf, KOOTI, IUOEI, X7STSTTAJIB 1ND GROCERIES, CI'ITIK ITRIBT, a Pf f AUf ?' Dreg ltor, . - .. .-. V M'Oonnelville, O. J. D-'MCAKTY '-C. .- &1ALBBIX ' . GROCERIES i AMD . Provisions, . ia the "ODD FELLOW'S II11LDI.V t'CONNBLSVIL LB, OHIO. V. LEWIS & Co, . k- ' - DEALERS IN - .HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS, . No. 65 Main Street, ZANK8TILLG, OHIO. AgeaU for the "BUCKEYE MOWBU" UP IN THE CLOUDS. A TALE OF AN AIR VOYAGE. BY J. P. . A number of years ago, when the science of aerostation was confined to the 'comparatively few, I received '.he following note from Trdf. Colchest" "lit Dxa Fairciiild : Bama has disappointed me he will not go up to day. There are only four beside my selftwo ladiee a...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 February 1867

4 y O V--- r-f; -. JEHU MOtlaCJND, f LU. 1. JUIEI I'll. A. KEM.Y - Kdltor. "THEJDEjpCRATIC SIATE ' TICKET.. AILEN O. thujiman, w lifunkiin n TUIAKl B Ot C. rCLTONiOf STATU, awior 1 JOUN McLJitVEE, of llutler. avniTni or ktiti, " .' ATTf'RKtY nwrsL, .BA ' K U- HVlUV'f Knot. J'HOMAg M. KET, c.rUiuiUt v p ww Twf t n ii I'l n V, . WlltlAM.M. Sirt:RHAMrjjf WiUianis. mhwrkr o? "enARn or ri'm.io jrottt, AUT11UR IilGHE8.t.l'Cuvliog. T" -. . STATE NEWS. i A' cbp, ha'med Abraham Hall, tneeeeded in Dwindling the people . of Lima ont of sotue $B,QuO by meana of forged notes, And then ltft-fcr pnrt unknown. ' ! . ' ' ! ' i Tho ZaneaTtllians are rejoioing in the prospect of haying a new depot built, on the lite of the present diladi duted structure, hv the spring, at a cost of $10,000 to $12,000. Tho hog cbolsra iaprerailing ;tp an aliirmibg oxtont m Fayette county nmong toci hogs. Some of the farm era hav lost nahigh asferty and iifty bad by the diaense. ' ' ' Gov. Co wisely declines ft candi da...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 February 1867

l".J'.JH. miokr - FKII. 1, 1(1(17. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. jejr.Bueicefi .notices in the, local jjolunxn of tlns.jiapor, not contracted Ibr by1 the year, will fed chtirgoA 10 eents per lino, Ho colic inserted for ra than one dollar.- , ... , w . f. " , i -' ICy AH advertisements and notices iatndedt for tufa paper mwsf be handed fa by yedhcdfty noon, fur circum jUnoei compel us to go to press at 1 o'olook on Thurnday. , B3T Those of onr patrons who did not receivo tbo paper Inst week, Trill know that their time has expired. i LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. The Weather. Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, iha coldest weather of the eeaton wue experienced, and we eny ' it was the coldest known )u many years. The mercury foil, in Malta, to twenty decree below zero. On this side if the river, it lell to eighteen below aero. .', ST Harper's Jdngnz in e, Oodoy's La dy's Hook, Peterson's Magaisine, Phre nological Journal, Hi veinido Magaalne, and Lady's Friend, for February, and the new magazi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 February 1867

r ' r. r, v "ii ,. i 1 1 Editor. JOItrU. X-HELLT AGRICULTURAL. r,SAVX:YCR Oil. -Put the wick into the lamp, and fill the latter about half f nil with coarse salt, and then put in about one inch of oil, and it will be fonnd that & great earing will be the remit. The rait waitee gradually- awaj during tlio barniig, and muit, there fere, be renewed from ti mo to time. The light Is purer acd taoro brilliant than without the salt, aad the wick require bo snoffia,. Bal. Sun. Look out for thi Mici. -Mice sometimes play the mischief with email fruit trees wheu enow ie en the ground and their food is cut short." A good plan to present this is to stanVp the now firmly around the trees, and if not sufficient thore, shovel additional snow up to the tree for that purpose. Bal. Sun. : . Totatois is a Warm Cillar. No Vegetable will keep well in a warm cellar, except sweet potatoes. The temperature should be as low as possi ble, and yet not freeze. A mild, uni form temperature , a better than a...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 February 1867

rUILIBBlD STERT TElPlT WOKJtme T B R Ml ' Tnt an Jtar, rnTibl In adrknea . For l monthi, ptTubla In dTno . 1 0 FoMbrtt naoDib, PityiiMaln adranc 10 OSKPII 1. IK LIT, Editor. ; JD. MCAllTY, L GB.boEEIES 1. - 4 f AKD " " C . : '-, I'rofisionn, V".':T"rr'.':c : tbo - . .... bba4itLi.ow-8 lm On ;,' )&C"oj5J fi sv.f LIE,. OHIO. V. B. LEWIS' & Co,, , DEALERS IS H " t - - " ' '; FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS, No, C5 Main Street, ZANG1TILLG, OHIO, A feat for the "BUCKEYE MOWETr Story of A Lost Heir. The London Star of January 3, has the following interesting story, part of which he already been told, but in an "incomplete form: The erenU of real lifonre often so extraordinary thnt the writers of fic tion never need trust wholly to their imaginations for the matoriabi out of which to fashion the most fomantib or sensational story. Certainly SirRogor Charles .Tichbourne. Bart., who. ar rived at Southampton yesterday, and was recognized and wolcomed.by his Hampshire ton an try as the long-...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 February 1867

r FRIDAY --r--- FEB. 8. 117, jonrn. a.k.ellw Editor. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. nneo, ' '" ' .; . . ALLXN Q. TiiVHMAN, of Fraaklia. ' tllVTtWAIIT O0T11WO1, 1 DANIEL 8. UTJL.of Holm.i. . f ; TltiRPtlt Ot tTAtat . M . ,C. FCliTOJf, oC Crawford. APniTOB 0 ITiTI, 1 ' MoELWSK, of Bailor.- ' ITTOailY imilt. ' ' . J THANK H. UUKI, of Kno. n . i . . . . . t'rtiw tMi, i THOMAS M. KEY, of tfemlltoa. ,: . j conrToi.mi or faa TMKtrnT, WIlLIAM M, BHERIDAH, of William. - ' ii ivitil a nln o ?rtto won, ' -ARTHUR HtUH3,of Cuyahoga. ' THE NEWS. w England 463,143 yearly wed spinster, while only 7,626 widows marry bachelors. 1 Baron Rothsitfld, whe lTas reroov ed to Vienna, Is-to be made count by the Emperor of Austria. Thero have been 1,600 dirorcet in Massachusetts since 18G0. . Thoro are twenty-fonr men in Few Haven bofweert1 the agos of 83 and 100 years. .i l . . . . . i A Wisconsin editor, in. acknowl edging th(s receipt of an exchange pa per printed on new type, says it "looks as clean as a sc...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 February 1867

FRIDAY MORNING. -'- - - PK1J. E. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. CusmoflO notices in the local olamn of this payor, not eontrsctod ftr by the year, will be charged 10 MDti per line'. ' No notron lnicrUd for Icee thn one dolliir. ' tSf All advertisements and noticee intended for this pnpor mutt be banded th by Wednoedoy noon, for tircum jtaneei compel ui to go to,' proit at I f'olookon Thursdny k The Break Up. On Sunday erening lnat, tho long ex pected break up of the ice in the Mus kingum pceurrod. Never before hod there been each ice, and never before were' such ajipiohenaions of Iomos nlong the rirer indulged as neceftAarily, incident to a thaw. For two days had the citizens of this place and the sur rounding country bcou rendy to leavo their Tflrious occupations and run to the water's edge to witness the grand but ominous tush of the element as it bore, in a few moments, to destruction the products of the labor und economy of years. Bridge stock, mill property, and all river property, b...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 February 1867

. . i FED. ft, 1T. JHiBl ' JJ AGHt ICTJLTTJtt A. Waht is Progressive Agriculture. The New Tork Observer answer thu question in a few word, but verj cooaprcbenBively, as follow : , "Under xts influence jTng tiwtetT and flonveniorit dwell itis(, adorned with ftbrubi nnd flowers, and beautiful with in with the emilw of harry wires, tidy children in ths lap of thoughtful age broad hearta and aot, as wall as words f welcome. Progressive agriculturo builds barn and puts gutters on them, builds BtaMos forcattle and raises roots to feed them. -It gralts wild apple trees by the meadow with pippins or greenings; it sets ont new orchards and takes care of tho old ones. It drains low lands, cuts down bushes, buys a mower, houe toolsand waggons, keeps pood fences and practioes soil inr. It wakes hens Jay, chickens lire, and prevents swine from rooting up meauows. Progressive Agriculture keeps on band plosty of dry fuel and brings in the oven wood for tho mo men. It plows deeply, su-.rs plentiful...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 February 1867

SL B.1UIUL-. 1 1 "1VJ."L '1 K-!i rVPLlqniRD- 1YKRT tllDlT MORSIXQ T I It R i For est ytt, Jbl. la dTc . . - 11 SO for ii laonthn. pijtblelo drmct - . 1H Ftf Ibrte noitb, Mjh! lndrnc - - - if V JOSBrH 1, KELLY, Editor. s. V-. V..B. LEyjS,& Co.,)- DZALSP6 IN ,v HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS, No. G5 LXain C trcct, K AJIKITItLC, O IX, I 6. Agenfs for the'-BUCltBYE MOWEQ" The Break Up on the Ohio. The Cincinnati Enquirer, 6f the 7th instant, collects, trcm its exchenges, the following accounts 4? the break up of the ice at various placet on the 'Ohio:., l; ; ,, (; i'J ; ' , ' The New litany Ledger, m iU Jef fersonville items, says : - ' la the morning appearances, well understood by rirer men, .indicated the break up of tho iinmenso field ef shore ice extending up the rirer to 8ix-tnile Island, and from fifty to one hundred roda in width. Every boat and barge along oar wharf had extra lines out, and erery other precaution that wan possible was resorted to, to meet the emergency...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 February 1867

THURSO AT - . -to . fEB. M.lttT. JOIKril. A. KEXXY - Editor. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, to OOT1IWOI, AUK O. TUJiMAN, of franklin. ItarrrsBAVT eovaawoa, PAKIILS. VHL.of UolmM. mmin (tan, ' C. rULTOK.ef Crawford. ACDITOa OV STATS, JOQM MeKIWir.of Sailor. " ' ' ' iitnm oairiait, . rAK& II. Ul'SP, of Knox. rr jcbob, THtftf As H 1ST, of Hamilton. ' eowrfantf.aa ov Taaitoar, WILLIAM M. BUERIPAV, of Wllliame. mam e will n rratio vom, ARTHUR MtOfttB.of Cwreboe-e, 1 1 1 1 THE NEWS. TU University of Virgin; re troubled with a debt of 1,000. The Faris 'Exposition e-nilding txrf vta twice as mach ground at tbe Crystal Palace, A v,taje-werm remored recent! from a snaa in Brattltboro, Vt., meae ored 546 inches in length. . , JA. Lexington (Eeotnokj) paper mji that town bat a popalatioa of 'nine thousand persons witn eleven hundred souls." , Tha "Infuriated Bootjack" it taid to be the title ef a forthcoming novel from a Philadelphia publisher. A choked .horse . ia New Haven ttrs relieve by i...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 February 1867

Ce Otonstrbalik flUjuHDAY IToRnTnO. - - FEU. 14: LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. tea- Bauces notices in the local tola ran of this paper, not contracted lor tyvth yeff "ill oWfotUlO cents per line. No notioe inierUd for tons than on dollar. HyvBuiineti notices to be inier Ud in the columns of this frnp'or ttxtsl t Landed in bj Wednesday morning. Change in Day of Publication. 1'on. Oar readers will notice that we hae hanged tho day of publication of this raner sYomeFriday to Thursday. Our vbjoct in this is to entblu us to bo ready at all times to mi l our papers so that erery one will get thorn as soon as .poHsible. The Independent Order of Good Templars. This organization, -which has taken each a deep root in the State of Ohio, end, we may say, in all of the North ern States, hud its origin in central New-, York. Earnest friends of the temperance cause in that section of the country, desired to establish an organ isation which invited and sought the co-working of women to whom the evils of...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 February 1867

WJBi.rjAUi'.'l-K.'.L. '.HBXJWIJJ' TniJltHIAT' MOUNTNO. . VK.ll. 14 AGRICULTURAL. A Great Landholder. The Duke of Rutland is well known ae one of the inott extensive landbold era of Englan J. Hit estate In Laicos terahira extenda over one-aixteenth of that . coanty, and comprise 39,000 crea, which are lat to 1,275 farmers in farm of from 50 to 750 acrea each, and yield an annual; rental of t500t000 in (Old. A prize essay, recently read before the Royal Agricultural Society in England, dues not regard this mas sing of large amount of land under one proprietor aa of any benefit, but ays that "Leicestershire owes its sur passing fertility and high rental to its native excellence of soil, rather than to r.ny p,Mns taken in ita. improve ment." . . - . A Remarkable Tree. Dr. Stanly L.Haynes, in' a short pam phlet entitled "A Ramble in the New Zealaad Bush," tella the following remarkable tree story: The patv-tree is isaid to have a wost remarkable mode of commencing its existence. ' The yo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 February 1867

aioe,Seatii treat Corner of rahll Sqaaee t'UBLISBED EVERT TtlURSDAT MOtlNIXO. T R It M ft rVw en year, payable In advance . - . tl 01 For itx inonlbn. pnynble In ailmuct . - - ion For tbie month, peyHbie in advance - - - to : . JOSKm A. KliLLT, LMilor.- V. 13.r EWIS &-Co , j . DEALERS IX FARM IMPLEMENTS - AND - SEEDS, No. 05 X.Tain Gtrect, 2 A "if li 8 V "I J, fr,' f H I O. Agent for the. "BUCKEYE MOW KIT a. b. krixi. EVANS & JONES, '.-.), ATTOi.iNE'S AT LAW, OFFICE, ons door Veet of Iiolnttm'i ' . . .. Ki?tiX!Vi:x.sTai.r-K, onto. f. w. wood. -WOOD & POND, l..raajg aud Couuiclor. at Lavr, M'CONNKLA VILLE. OtllCN F;B.F0iND, Notary Public JAMES L. BERRY, ernes ov'bb bhekster i rocEaTy Halt, ' II COHNELSVILLB, OHIO. ae.J-1 B. If. POWE.R, ATTORN Y " AT -LAW, .. . 0F11CE Trith J. E. Uannn, CcnJer Slrcnt, W ; 0.0 N N K L H V I L L K , O U I O m) ir . M. TNJIKRY. w wHrvus STANDEIIY & PYLE, ilomcgi nt $afo( .. .i.'eCONELSVlLLE1. OllIQ. . OFFICB Second Elory of Ksrrii' CaHfLa...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 February 1867

$t jDiistrbniifat, tHUUKDAY - PKH.Jl, lk(7. JOIEril. A. KELLY - - - Editor. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. m ooviasnn, A1X.X5 0. HICKMAN, of Fraaklia. aUMELB. t HL, of Holme. TtArje Of STATI, 0. ri'LTO.N, of Crawford. AtOITOt Of STATS, JOHN McELWEE, of Butler. ATTOET OIFI1AL, HANK il. 11VHV, of Knot, scrums jt-not, THOMAS M. KEY, of Mtmlltoa. conrracLLFa or th tisvv, WILLIAM M. 6UEIUDAN, vf William. unit of aonn or run.io void, AKTHUK IllGUiP.ol Cuyahoga. THE NEWS. Married women in Missouri are given the right to make wills by the lew Constitution. The great Union Depot at Chica go, just finished, eost $.'50,000. It measures 610 feet in length by 160 in width. A new method of punishment adopted in some schools in Maesachu etta, ia to open the child's mouth nnd 11 it with Cayenne pepper. Six thoisand coon skint are bought and shipped from Owensboro, Kentucky, annually. Four hundred million revenue Stamps were sold in 1866. Rosea are new blooming and Strawberriea ripening in California....

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 February 1867

, ftyt mtxMk. t? THURSDAY ORNINO. FKIt. 21 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS, Mir Eusiriee notices in the local eolouin of this pnpor, not contracted for by tli year, trill b charged 10 went per line. No notice inserted for Use than one dollar. JO Business nottcca to be Hiser ted in the columns of thie paper must V Landed n by Wednesday rooming. Wliit not delightful to pernte tuail matter a week old. 6T Tie Curri Brooke, arriving here to-dj, causedinucb. cheering, and a general rush to the river. Nav igation between ZanesTillo and this plnce will now be resumed. Almost a Wedding. On Sunday last, a young gentleman, of this place, crossed over to Malta to pass a few hours In the company of some young ladies of that tewn Shortly after his an iral the proposi tion was made to take a walk theday being remarkably pleasant for the sea son, louring their promenrde their conversation drifted upon the subject f matrimony. Finally the young gentleman expressed his determina tion to "don the matrimonial ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 February 1867

FEU. 21 THURSDAY MORNING, A QIllfcTJLTTTR AL. Worms in a Horse. A correspondent desises to know what will cur worma in a liorsa. Wormi are aomatimea cnnstd'bj d bilitj arising from low feeding and omotiinea by high feeding. If by the former, an obvious rulo would be to faed higher. If by the latter, gradual ly reduce the feed. Co anil get alto the following: 3 parts powdered sul phur, (saltpetre;) 2 parts nitrate of potash, pulverized; 1 part black anti mony, pulverizod. Give moderate iized tablespoonfula to a dose morning and evening in the feed. Any reliable apothecary will prepare it. Oet enough for twenty doi at a time and, aa wo have said, if the animal has been kept poor, increase the nutrimunt of tho food; if otherwiH ducreuee it. This may be expected to remove the diftt culty ia a few days. Dal. Sun. Coal Ashes. The nnetion we see again started and pretty generally discussed, to the value of coal ashes as a fertilizer. Some writers declaro that they have derived benefit from...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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