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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 December 1867

RA.TE3 OP ADVERTISING. Oooo1uidd on yer 1100 09 Ualf 4 column on yr 60 00 Qatrter column on Jr Si 0 BptcUl Notlcei, fir lion 1U B-jRlnMi Cnrdi of not more tbtn til linai for on yr I 00 UrrisRi And death notUei free. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. I'ellow Citizens of the Senate and House of FepresHntatioet : The continued disorganization of the Union; to which tlio i'resident hns so often called tho attention of Congress, is ret a subject ofproiound and putn otio concern. We mnv however, find somi relief from that anxiety in tho reflection that bo pninful a politicul Situation, although before untried bv ourselves, is not now in the experience of nations. I'oliticnl so'enee, perhaps ha highly perfected in our own time And country or in Any other, hns not yet disclosed any means by which civil wars can bo absolutely prevented. An enlightened nation, however, with a wiso and beneficent constitution of froe government, -nay diminish their frequency and mitigate their seventy by directing nil ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 December 1867

t J.-l-LJJ"-'W "Ji 1. JJ L 'JLl'l ations unsafe. That rich country, tlio richetl io natural resources tba world ever saw la worH than lot, II it be not aon placed un der tba protection ol dee Constitution, in stead ol being, as it ought to be, a source of wealth and power, it will become an intole it.t tinrdcii upon the rest of tie hatlen. Auuibei itoauit lor itimoting our dipt will, , doubtless, be seen by Congress in llic late J manifestationa i.f Dablic Ohiuion uuoo this sabj'ct. Ws lire In country where the pop. : nlar will always enforces obedience lo itscli or later. It is Tain 10 think of oppos- lutf it with anything short ol legal authority, hacked by overwhelming force. It ennnot have escaped yonr attention that fiom therluy od which Congress fuirly and formvliv pie settled I be proposition to govern the Southern mates by military force, with a view to tho ultimate establishment of negro soprcniLcy, j every expression of general sentiment has bun J more or less averse toil....

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 December 1867

commerce One thing more soems needful to secure a i nput and cheering progress in South America. I refer to tnose peaceful habits without which tftates and nations can not, in this ago, well expect material prosperity or bo ciul ndrancemunt. The exposition of universal industry held at Paris has passed, nud seotns to Jiavo fully rcnlizcd the full expecta tions of the French Government. If tlue allowance bo made for recent po litical derangement of industry here, tho part which the United Stales has borne in this exhibition of invention nd art may bu regarded with very hi'Ii salirtlitclion. iJiinrig tho Exhibition n conlcrcnco Nvas held of delegates from several ua tions, tho United tflulcs being one, in whicli tho iiiconvcnmiico to commerce And social intercourse, resulting from lvers standards of money value, wore Jully discussed, Hi'id plans were devel wped for i stabiishiu, by uiiivcranl con S'.mt, a common principle for coinage 'fgold. These conferences are expec ted to be renew...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 December 1867

. B. LEWIS & Co,, DEALERS IN IIARrnVARE, FAF.M IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS Ho.GSXfcain Street, Z A N C 8 V I I' L L, OHIO. Agents for the "BUCKEYE MOWER V. Hi (ALL. b. r. rowKR. BALL k POWER, ATTORNEYS AT I A IV, McCOSNELSVILLE, 0. OfQcei Over Stone's Store. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. B. S. S A Y K E , OVER WOOD & POND'S LAW OFFICE, U'CONXELSVILLE, OHIO loTltssths attention (fall who wish la obtain PHOTOGRAPHS. IW1ERK0TYPES, A.llltllOTYPES. AND GEMS, (fail will give entire satisfaction. My motto la "To civ satisfaction or do charge." K A YRES. DENTISTRY. Dr. W. N. HAMBLETON continues to offer hi profeinnal fctti-. .--.-. service, to t lie pn 1 I i in nil the timjj varieties and Myles of 1'KNTlSTliY T Particular at'onllon given to the construe Mod of teeth ou P.LHliLli r LA IKS. o r nt i: : Center Street, M'Connelsvllle, O. T. W. WOOD. WOOD & POND, Attorney and Counselor at Law, M'CONNELSYILLK, OHIO. F, B. POND, Notary Public. au3-ly J. EW1NG, M. D., 3?hysician and Surgeon M'tOWELS IIX...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 December 1867

t'M.LJ l- B3LTB3 OF APYEUT1SINU. OMHlimntHjiMf 1100 04 Half s aotuma ooe ;ear () 00 Qaarter aolunin on year II OA paoiat Natlcea, par Una lo Baaloata Curd, of not mora thaa aix llo for ona ytr . . . . . 00 Marriage tad death DotUei frea. Proposals for Carrying the U. S. Mails. By n advertise of tlio Post Master Genorul in the Ohio Statesman, of the United States Muil routes of Ohio, to liu lt to contractors for con voying tlio mails from July 1, 18G3, to Jun 30, 1S72, wo nro enabled to placo beforo onr readers tlio follow ing information regarding our local routes, tho .!;iio and manner of Lids, liabilities an J obligations of contrac tors, Ac. Proposals will bo received nt tlio Contract OHioo of tho Post Offleo De partment at Washington, I. C, until 3 o'clock, P. M., of Wednesday, Marcli 4, 18CS. Decisions will lo announced Murch 5.1. 1SC8. Bidders will examine carefully forms nnd instructions annexed; pwiully tho Ultcr pun of instruction 19. by the cs- MORGAN COUNTY MAIL ROUTES. '...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 December 1867

tfTonscrklik THURSDAY JOSi:iMI A. KELLY - - - Editor. IMPEACHMENT. The imp oachmont of rresitiont Johnson has proved what was univer sally cxpcctod ti failure. Tho voice of tbe pcoplo at the Fall elections was to ominous for the sickly, cowardly spirit of the Radical Rump Congress to combat. Instead of there boing a two-thirds tote in the House for im peachment, (as is usually the cbso for all Radical measures), there was near a iwo-thirds vote against it. MORE CHEERING NEWS. Recent Municipal elections, in van oui parts of tto country, evince, in their results, that tho political reac tion, of last Fall, was not what the Radicals prophesied, "a mere momen tary affair." Instead of dying with the season, as Radicals argued would be thecaso, it is still a living, growing reaction to-day, which all tho sancti monious howling of the "loyalty" par ty can not stop even In their greatest strongholds, and which will sink nil opposition into obscurity. Pittsburg, the Radical banner city of th...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 December 1867

..-111.- LI- Cfte Canserbatibe, THURSDAY MORNIN'J, OKC. 19, 1867. JOY, COE & Co., Publishers' Agents TRUIUNR BUTLpjNri9.Niw.Yoni,., BROWN'S IRON BUILDING, raiLAniM-au, re authorised to contract for advertising in nr piper. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. tif Gol'l closed m Cincinnati ycn torday at 133J buying, and 134 soiling. t9" Go to II. Johnson for ft clothes wringer. r2no 5-tf. Gonuino Meerschaum pipes, nt Cochran Uro's. declO 2t. Goto II. Johnson for nails and r2aol5 tf JfcT As tlio sleighing brings tho poople In town, no the font pricei mako the goods fly at McCarty's. aw -klBaaaw - tx. Dinner and breakfast Custom, Cake Baskets, ftyrup Fitcliors, revolv ing Butter Dishes, Ac, nt Vincent's. taf No excuse fur not smoking when yon can get good cigurs at Cochrnn Bro's for only $1 per 100. Sign of Jim Crow. declS 2t. Aiimv Jackets. A new pu 1y of Army Jacket just received at Kelly & Senirjan'N. Mr Go to II. 2nol5-U. Joliicwii fur bargain. A largo lot ol Drawer nnd I' dcrshirls ca...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 December 1867

V. B. LEWIS & Co,, MAURI 15 HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS No. 65 Xtfaln Street, ZASGIVILLEi OHIO. A genu for tho "BUCKEYE MOWEK V. I. BALL . r. rovr.t. BALL Si POWEPs ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MeCONSTLSVILLS, 0. OfTIcet -Over Stone'i Store. DEXTISTEY. Dr. W.N.llAAIBLFrON i tontlnitM to nfler pro'ewlnnnl rf"''i2Jl vriees to tl.a linl.iir (It nil III VlTTTTTT randies and st)lea of I'KNTIHTl.Y nr Partlctilnr ttltvntlon aMven lo the coiutrui Ub of teet on ll'ullltKtt I'l.ATLB. OFFICE! Ccnte Street, iU'ConnelivIllc, O. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. 8. S. S A Y R E , OYER WOOD k TOXD'S I. AW OFFICE. 1TC0NNELSVILLE, OHIO latitat the attention af ell who with to clttin AJlEEQTim AND GEMS, Ait will (Ira entira satltfactlon. Vy motto Is "lo five taltelacliuu or uv chame " 8AYRKB. I. V. WOOB. WOOD & POND. IKornfj and Counselor at Lair. il'CO N X EL5V I LLK, OHIO. F. B. POND, Notary Public. J. EWJNG,M. Dm IPhysiciaix mul Surgeon JIXO.WEI.SVILLC, OHIO. OFFICE, in East Room of llnmia' law Enilding. "...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 December 1867

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onlomn on jer 110 W DJf colnmn oo jr W 00 QairUr column on jm HQ Bptoinl Notlo,pr tin ' It BualntM Cord of not msrt ItatO ill Unci for on yr ' ' ' W Uarrisg nd deth notlvM fro. 1,000 Subscribers Wanted for the Conservative. In Morgan County there is about 2,000 Democratic voters. Every ono of thestt voters des'ro that Ibo Demo cratic organization in this county should be complete? that every effort should bo made tochango tho political talus of the counfy in the coming po litical campaign. Expenenco ln tanght-polilicul parties everywhere, that without an cliicient press a politi cal organization ennnot bo perfect, and that the cno effort, of nil other, which a political pnrty dean ing success should make, is to render us press the neces sary aid to make tl efficient. Circular tion is tho necessary aid which par tisans can render a paper, nrd without vthleh ft paper, Hnd consequently the party, cannot succeed. , In Morgan County thero is no good cauao why a Demo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 December 1867

STbf dfonstrbiilik. 1 Tr- THURSDAY VAHCARY 2.1SB8, JO.i ril A. HELM - - - - dHor. Convention Held in McConnelsville. Saturday December 28th, 1867 Pursuant tothocall of the Demo cratic Central Committee of Morgan County, a very respectabl body of delegates met in Convention in the Town Hall, in McCennelsvillo, on Sat urday last. At halt past 1 o'clock the Conven tion was called to order by Hon. James M. Gaylord, Chairman oftbe Demo cratic Central Committeo of Morgan County, on whoso motion Henry M.I Davis, of Malta Township, was chosen Chairman of the Convention. On motion of Finely R. Hanna, Joseph A. Kelly was chosen Secretary. . Mr. Davis, being then calloJ upon, entertained the Convention with a hort, pithy utotemont of hi conviction at to the duty of Democrats in the ccming campaign. The business ol day, being the appointing of Delegates to attend the Democratic StatcConven tion to be held ir. Columbus on tho 8th of January, being taken op, the fol lowing named persons wore chos...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 December 1867

SLbc (lunscrbatibc. YilUUSMAY .tiOUNlXU. JAN. !i, 1868. JOY, COE & Co., Ftfblishora' Agents TMBCNE mnMMN'C.S.Nsw fr., DK0WN8 ir.O BUH-DIXO, rinufKi.rm. kr eellioriaod to contract for advertising in rut psper. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. The Old and the New Year. 1867 ingono! To many, tlio thon?1it luis nnd giddy, Bitch an cxclnnmtion lias but little meaning; but to nil who tinrecver awiikcned frm dream life ton life of renlily, to nil who lmvo ever expi-riencBd a sudden cliar.go in their condition in life by cither fcood Or bad fortune, such an exclamation is food for much it-flection. '-18G7. is gone!" brings to the mind of tho bank rupt of that ycnr the remembrance ofth causes of his present poverty; to tho .successful busincfts man the jileaeing thoughts of posHCLiinp lor the Hrnt time ft princely fvrtuno; to the Criminal in prison tho remembrance fthe freedom of a year beforu which crime ha.it hot then dinpososnfd him of; to tlio acquitted of a foully c...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 December 1867

Y. B. LEWIS & Co,, 1 ' ' 'fcBALtflaill-- -' FARM IMfUMENTS AND SI EDS Mo. 65 Xtfain Street, ;. Z A N CSV ILL OHIO. Agents for the "BUCKEYE MOWER V. . il.L. . t. tow. U A'tL'4 r O WET,, A T TO It N K , A T LAW, ' ' iIC0X5Et8VlLLE, 0. Office t Over Stone's Store. f DEKTIBTIIY. DfWliTMnLCTON yn .'!aia. continues to cfTer Mi professional fkfS'. service lo the puhlic In nit the vilUllj vaiietiee and styles of DENT1STHY Paiticnlur attention elren to t'ue constiuc Hod eftttthoo RUBBER I'l.ATES.. OFFICE! Cecte Street. JH'tvonnela.-'iilc, O. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. B. S. S A. Y Tt E , OYER WOOD A POND'S LAW OFFICE, Ji'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO lavitesth (tuition .fell wbewtsh t. obtain motografiis, SrjIESEOTirES. A31CRQTTPES. AND GEMS, (hat will give satire satisfaction. .11? irotto Js "To give satisfaction or do charge." 8AYRE8. r. w. wood. r . ronD WOOD & POND, Itlorscy and Counselor nt Law ITCQNNELSVILLK, OHIO. F. B. POND, Notary Public. an3-1y J.EWJNG,M. D., Physician and Surgeon M'COXXELST...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 January 1868

RATH OF ADVERTISING. Ifatf lama oat Jt 10 MrMr tolaais aaa yaar UN ptalal H.tl$,.pr lilt . 1 alaai Oaria of ot aort lata ! Ilaaa ' lot tnt ytar I ti Kaniagt and drata lotleat fret. [From the Louisville Journal.] A Couple of Letters from Geo. Washington Bricks. LETTER NUMBER ONE—BRICKS GOES TO MICHIGAN. Whac'iJhaokanack, Mien, ) Dcc.14, 18C7. I To the Editor of the Louisville Journal: usktlemen: About a month or ix reeks ago I mot ft yoking friend of mine who had juet returned from Mich ienn, where he had got marriod. When I flaw my friend's wife I folt anxious to go to Michigan myselfl took my" friend to ono side and nuked him confidentially if there were any more girls in Michignn liko the one he had brought back with him. I was ruach gratified to learn that my friends vrro had n cousin there who was to mach like her that it was hs difficult to distinguish' them apart as two black-eyed peas.' a resoivou to procure loiter of in troduction and go to Michignn I procured letters of int...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 January 1868

tt Conserbalibt. THURSDAY . ANI AHY 9 1888, Jostl'll A. Ki:M.Y ... Keillor. 1 The action of the Ohio Leeis- laturo, on Monday and Tuosday will bo found fully stated in another column. bq. Want of space is oar excusofor net placing Iho Governor's Mossago before our readers this week. STATE CONVENTION. Tfca !gbtof January Convention has dons its work nobly. Hon. II. J. Jewett waa made both temporary and permanent Chairman. Tke foV.u-n'.ug ticket was nominated: ton eimiTitT or stats, TCOMAS 1IUBBARD, of Logan, rot scrams jidqi, WM. X. FINK, of Ttrr. ro a pc Root ConMinsioKia, T. F. KIRKWOOD.of Seneca, roa auaao or rcauc vomi. A. W. HCGIIE3, of Cuyahoa. Hon.Oaorge I'. Pendleton wai recommend ed to the Ptmccracy of tha whole I'nicn m the choice efOlno for rretident. The resolution ad platform w omit this week for want of pec. WASHINGTON NEWS. Botk Ilouses of Congress reassom blcd on Monday. The greater part of the day was consumed by iho Senate in discussing the cat o of Mr. Thomas, Sena...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 January 1868

Cjie Cnnscrbaiibe, THUUSUAY MOLIMNU. JAM. 9, 1668 JOY, COE & Co., rubliflhcrs' Agents aniBuxE Buir.nisoa.Niw Yo, BBJWH'S IKOM EUIl DING, rnn.AUKi.rni4, art authorised to con t met for advarliuiug in "ur paper. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. t$. If you want Buffalo Boots ar.d Shoes, go to Kelly and Seaman's. tSS" Goto II. Jolinsou for daiIs and glass, v2no!5 tf tSi. Under Shirts lor fifty cents, all wool, it T. LVCheadlea Clothing Store. Nice Smoking. John Jj. Cochran, of the cuterpris Ing firm of Cochrun Bros., presented as with a bundle uflhoso penny, elo gie cigars which are coining into uni- TertuI use. Tliey aro nico smoking and so cheap that one is reminded o( times before tho war. Thank you, Mr. Cochrau. arSf Tho cheapest paper collars in town can bo had at T. D Chcudle's Clothin Store. IGiu Tho K ura I Xcw Yorker, besides its large amount of good family read log especially adapted to tho fireside oi the l.ii'nier, at has in each number some Vary vuluuble receipts, from ono of w...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 January 1868

.trs V. B. LliWIS & Co,, DEALER IN HAEDWAHE FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS. ' No C5 Xviain Street, ZiKGITI Ei., I E, O II I O. Ascents forfr-o 'BUCKEYE MOWER W. A. KILL in. BILL A CO., DEALERS IX . Iry finds, Broteriti, Notions, Tinware, Trnnki AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Opposite Cenrt House, Itrcemnelevtlle.Q. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. 8. S. SAY RE , OTEH WOOD k POND'S LAW OFFICB, M'CONNBLSVILLE, OHIO lavlttstht attcatlonef all lie wish to obula rioioccirns, SPJIEREOTTPES. AIBRUTIfES, i.D BEJIS, fast will glvs entire satisfaction. My motto U "To give satisfaction or ni cbariie.'' bAYRES. . w. woo. r s. roND WOOD & POND. AUtraej aud Counselor at Lw M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO. F. B. POND, Notary Public. J. EW1NG, M. D., Physician and Surgeon M'COXXELSTILLE, OHIO. OFFICE, la East Room of Ilaona'i Law Building JriProfestionalCaVls promptly attended to- f Particular attention Riven to Diseases or tuo Jjungs ana inronic uisoases. RESIDENCE, at the Patterson Uoass, oror Adams A Kahler a store. 6....

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 January 1868

RATM OlADVKUTISlNGl.1- W aotaoui mi ;ur v . . t to (iMtir Mama ' ' IS M e)J N etlcei, yer list alaeMCardaof ajutifeOTtthaael !! ' fee rear " "'. ' I 9 tUrrUge and deata atrtlcM free. [From the Ohio Statesman. ] [From the Ohio Statesman. ] To the Democracy of the United States. The Democracy of OMo, inasmuch ha they yesterday-presented, to their brothcrn throughout the Untoo tho name of their distinguished fellow tsitiaon, Goorgo H. Pendleton, as their choice for Prtmtdont of the United States, respectful! urge in connection therowilb somo considerations of a Political character which ought not to be without their influence in the selec tion of tho' Presidential candidate, and which address themselves ta thojustico and liberality of the organization in all purtiTof the co'.iotry. .While poli tical honors and high positions should be distributed with reference to the merits and jiecuiiar fitness of the can didates, we urgo that it is also of great -importance that the claims of S'tnti...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 January 1868

ULI 1 .' lt Conscrktibe. '-ft? I'.' wi. THURSDAY ----- JANUARY 11,18(18. JOSEPH A. KELLY ... - Editor. For l'rcnidcnt, GEO. 11. TENDLETON, ubjert I the rls.-ision of th Democratia na tional Convention. IEMOCRATIC JTATE TICKET. tea ircTiiT or tat, THOMAS IlinDAnD, of Logan. rot rrs jcdok, WILLIAM E. FICK, or Terry, rot BAto rrLio irons. . inxnin iii'giies, orcuraheura ' ret 1CROOL COMMIIfllnllll,' ml, J. KinKYTOOU, of Seneca, rot exist er icrttMt covrr, jonx in. rrmi, r Mabonhijr. ' Thurman's term of offlco begins on the 4th of March, 1869. , The "Inaugural" of Gov. Haye's la meretorioue in ita brevity. How he loves the darkey I wonder if he don't wish he had been born in Attica I BnT The claims of the Ohio Democ. racy for the nomination, in tho Na tional Democratic Convention', of Hon. George II. Pendleton for President, are ably set forth on tho first pago of this pnpor in an article from the Ohio Statesman. Charles Mackey, Democrat, has receftly boon elected to the Stale Sen ate, ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 January 1868

T'it'KSDAT siORNIMJ. JAM. 18, 1858. JOY, COI5 & Co., Publishers' Agents TRJBtmB BUILDINGS, New Tom, BBOW '8 IRON BUILDING, Pmi.snxi.rnu, aro eatfeorlaed to contract fur advertising in our paper. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. tSf A large lot ol Stogie, warran ted to give satisfaction, kept constant ty oo hand at Cochran Bros. Dealers will do well to call, as they, can get better and at lower rates thero than els where. Renew. Many of our subscriberr will be on tho delinquent list, aftor next week's isaao, if they do not conio in at onco and ronew. What if you all giro ns a complete surprise by a "general rash" with open pocket-books 7 We roar bqcb a demonstration would make our eyes and mouth ,fly wide open, and our hair stand straight on ends. Don't, kind friends, don't commit suoh an un morciful act I Think what a spectacle we would present if we should freeze when tho personification of astonish ment I No. we soy don't! P. 8. Tho "don't" part of tho above, is moan tr to bo said in ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 January 1868

Ii bit recolections of the Clny Presidential campaign, Air. tireotcy ays : "Tbore should havo been f 1,000,000 raised by open subscription during the week in wbich Mr. Clay was noraina ted and every dimo ot it judiciously, providoutly, expended in furnishing in format! on touching the canvass to the voters of New York, Now Jersey, and Pennsylvania. To put a Rood, efficient journal into tbo hands of overy Totcr who will read it, is thotrue mode of prosecuting a political canvas; meetings and speeches are well enough but this indiapenaublo, Mr. Clny mipht haTo been elected by thcscpromi nent exertion and sacrifices; uud can not but bitterlj foci that groat and lastinrrpublie calamities would thereby nave been averted." The above remarks are suggestive in connection with tbo next Presidential campaign,'epecially wilb reference to supplying voters with newspapers. Marietta Times. CAMPAIGN or Eighteen Sixty-Eight. PLATFORM i OF THE OIU0 DEMOCRACY. ADOPTED I Convention at Columbvs, Ohio, ...

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