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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 July 1868

9-' HE SERVATIVE. l?u)lishod Every Thursday. A. HOME IPEIl Dovotcd to 3?oliticrs, News, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &o. J. A. Kelly, Publisher. YOL.II-NO.iG. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, JULY 9, 186a $2.00 A YEAR. 1 Con NE W AD VER TIN EM XX TK W. II. M'OAllTY, DSAl.tft IK Pry Ovoda, VMihu, Lady'i aad ChiMrao'i bbaas, trn Ac., I rRICCS THAT ARG RIGHT. STORE ! Stfnd door ahuv$ PMir R're, jfortk lid Ctnttr Strttt, .V Cnn4ti , Oh to. UJ 1, 1948. I. JAMES UORftlLY, DBAI.KB IX fc-y Qnoit. BooU aad ftbnaa. llardwar, OTMr, sad f J tiling uanallr kepi is flrat-chwaatora, Wiuilsor, Obi. ' Mr.Onrmly la agari for Ih sat of th ObioKrapar anil Mower, and l'itt'a Sepa rator, rnr lbs lown.hi( of l'enn, Ilnmrr, Marina and Windsor of Morgau OounlJ. July m. Kelly fc Seaman, PIlt.lM IX Pr fiatit, BmIi Bad flhwi, Readymails Clothing, Ac, A., Svakk-sa-t aldo of Pn lil In Riaara, M'Cn Balavillo, Ohio. Clotntae; JIy 1-tf. Made To Order t JOHN MTITT, aW, Sbooa, Laalktr mil Finding', at bit olofaut Btorv-room,...

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 July 1868

Poetry. SMILE AND NEVER HEED ME. BY CHAS SWAIN. TtauuHh, wbn other m I da atami by, 1 nm nVIn tho no irly, Tii awa nd aaK- 1 Hinil. anc. nvir hl me! If our lov, hid'VHl, b inirh Ai muat thrtll at cry wn h, VhT ahoirVI th-r laarn a tonrh f bmtfe. snrtJiiTe hrd dm I . i 1. Wharea Hi iir thai Iti-jr ahould know If on'a tawtrt brirt fawt or slow Ippul lore iTtttrteth how Hn.il e, tint nvr hl m1 LM our heart. uk atar of ottfht, . , i Mmnhii.K M UitiTfllHhl. t .. Liv lut for ra h other's aight Hmik, aud iirvnr hd in I Even' ft, wtfti fnaM-n TfHd," ' ' I liiultl Mil tht quit IUV nlkle.'i t ,m f Tftkethm In. fortfiy itu) 1 4 . Nmtl ailtl licvt-T liwil III 1 But when aiara ami tw Illicit mrt. And the tVw in falling awv Alitt thoU Uar M nT .'..rtllliit Then thou thru marat I t hd ma. Selected Miscellany. THE PARSON'S FIX. [From Chamber's Journal.] Juxt 1 vii eur cv -e aole cban-.e -l 11 - . iu Warwuk gbire. I re..i.lrd ill tho rcctoiy, the reclor himself hi-iiiR obliged to live in the south o...

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 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. f limli Vjilkor, n oM auil Uiulilv iiatopniofl citizin (irdnni.i, y..J in Snriilny.' I DbviiI rtlvMi nw drwdr.) rm (lie 30th nlti, in Coon river at L'Mnint'a. I Gi n. CliUcll in nrili'ipil to California lotakr tlii' umilun tacalctl ly ,M. Douvll. I Tlio Ni'W York Hoarilnf AlilciiiH'ii has voi4 f.io.ium for tlio rclt'liratimi of the Itli of Jul John llrl"ll Kin ilrovtm i) in tlm Mourn gai M.i rivei at Vilt-fl -artiunjli flOlliof June. .lolm WVlan. a I.ilioii r. in KiriiiKflilil, III., litil un tlif ;itit li ult., from tin' vflcrt of niiiv Htrokn. ! . A Vuiitiir man iniiiiril I'o-owii wbh ilroniu-d in t li.- MinMni'l" at Clinton, Iowa, on tii? Will nit. I Anton Rolil, a Oi'inian, lii'i-aime timl of living, ilrnwnrd Ininmlf in a rri'ik, a aliurt ilietaiii'e frnin Ht. Lniii. A ffrmliinatoioil Molijutina'ti . ainollir-ri'd. in a iirivy vault Ui 0in1ini:iM Tuimlar illicit) lioni tliu elfri't of lotil ;nn. i A man iiainril Until, an iini,,vi' oTtlip Ma. r...

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 July 1868

J - . , , JOT III H At EDITOR MCOtf JNEL8VILL10, OHIO : Tbanilnr, Jnly 9, 1S6S. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. TOITIOX, The Democratic Voter of Morgan County, are rrspr-ctfully invited to ae scmbleat the usual place of holding eloctions in their several Townships, Saturday, July 11th, 1868. at the hour of 3 o'clock, P. M., mid then and there appoint tlio following number of dctopntcs ton County Con vention to 1k lield at tho Town II nil t in VlcO'onnclsvilip, on Tuesday, July 14th, 1868. at o'clock, A. M., to nnuiinato and present to tho electors of thii County, the natnra of Nuitnbln persons to fill tho following office, to wit : Clerk of the Court, Auditor, Treasurer, 1'roaeculing Attorney, Commissioner, Purveyor, Infirmary Iirector. Koch township will 1e entitled to no Delegnto for every i!A rotes cast for ,ludgo Thiirmnn for Governor in 167, and 0110 Delegate for every Frac tional voto of VI and upwards, and will be apportioned among the several Townships...

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 July 1868

Poetry. Poetry. SONG OF THE FISHERMAN'S WIFE. BY ALLIE ARNOLD. Fvriitnff aliadra galtior o, I,.tn Father, Down brT tli miwd hrtak, liaavy and wlitle, lark ahatlown rrwptng, Mint ei Mill killing Wat h for the Biiowy Mil, far from my npht. pt-af-ntin tf pi am in jr. I.itht fnintty Ptrvaniintf, Over tha ahimniirtn? waf Hi Ihf bay; ttthl water )t'(nMK, HH wind Kni'i'iiiK, I tuniuR my rhifk with thn damp bnath of nyny. "Watthtnir for Fatlior" I.ittlf oiu'd aUt'T, Clone at my ni.le in the wild fitful alo. On llif nvka tlrrarv, AfiximtM ami Wfury, Walt we together the bonif rotiiing Mil, I .tit If MM I'loMllltf, I Hnr ht-ada rKtniii Droofr on my ami with thrtr dump. rlltiRluft rorl Hffiliff, nor hi-aruiK. Knowtiifrnor frarniK Toe wild, thif t-mriK h- aa It aiirK ami whirls. Itarkm-Mi Krow d'iT, u, htviiiK kxrl t'onia m thou didn't nn thin own Maltha Hy hi tilr hii' r, Mr.li li forth thy fltifNT. Ituldf. tli dear tthtr boat homeward to ma Rut sin I (liramin Nay I 'tla the Kli-aniliif The aw...

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 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. fJin. Mrlmvt II tuiN arrivorl in WaHlunKlnn, in 1m'1) nee to oiiIi-ih. it. Vim ,vo. Iioh lin-n apixtintcd t'liH-f of INiIk- ol m. KntiM, vim Col. nn. Urn. AVaKT Hnuvni' Iioh nnHurm-i. rotnmmxl of tho I imI rii't of Tt'inicHHCf, witli Iii'fiijmir tern in INahIiviIIi-. Conrt HM )r on the track of A ftrhrmn to nnimtlo tlm Kmrniiiiiiit out of a miiNiilcrahlo amount in HiipiitvinK (lie nnvy nilli coal. A 'an:il Conveiitinti in fallotl nl Albany on tho 1'itli of Aiifi'it, lor tint iirHO of tak ing thf iiiohI tl' i tmil iihuiih im ioinittniK n lorin. W. It Mi'Aloino, a lrrk imHmv -fjer of tlif KtcHincr Wflroini", whil' in Iiim wjiv ilnuii to Ht. l.onint jiiinpnl oveilnianl ntnl wan Uiowiinl. It ih rcpoi-tcil tlmt thf fVnnto Jmliiinvy Commit!'" mil rrpuit, f:.vovnl,lv iiimhi tho nomination of Win. M. I'.vimIh tor Allrmy O.'IMTftl. Tim liirec pcrnonH tlrowiitwi wliilw cn-Hhini; tho 1'oiiiM't th'iil liver Ht lh'lvukr on (ho tub, Hiu nuppom-tl to haw Im-mii M...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 July 1868

a Published 111 very '.Thursday. Y0L.II-X0.4a M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, JULY 2:5. 1808. 32.00 A YEAK. TICKET. For Freaident, HORATIO SF.l'MOlR. For Vico President, rUAAK.I..nLAlK. STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, THOMAS 41tniIAHD. For Supremo Judge, IV 91. K. IIIXK. Member Boarl of Public Work. AUTIIt It III ciii:k. For School Cnmmiaaioner, s.j. Hiniinoon. Clerk of Supremo Court, j .vo. m. w 1:011. COUNTY TICKET. Clak-J. M. WKAVRR. A ud. tr- (HA U LKS G I.KN X. T'wurcr-C J. GIltSON. fro. ,l.."t-BENJ. F. POWER. -vn-:r,r-H. M. COOK. r:n .'s nrrJ . J. 11 L'F KM A N. Jlirer'jr JOS. S1GLER. PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on the 4th of July 1868. he Ieuiooral le pnrty , In National Con vention assembled, reposing Hs trust in -h intelligence, piilriotUiit and discriminating instinct of thu people, standing uimu tL '''institution ns the Iniiudntinu and limita tion oftho poireia of cioveriiinent and the guarantee of tho liber...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 July 1868

Poetry. STEP BY STEP. BY ON J. O. HOLLAND. Hitvrn 1 11 t rendu-d hr a uliiRle bound, Put we build the ladder by which w rise From the lowly earth to the tilted ktae, And we mount to its summit round by r Jiind. 7, count thrto thincr to be grandW tmp, Thit ft noble dowt it step toward Ood ; Lilting theaoui from the common aod To purer air ftud a broader view We rise by Uie thinpn that are under our feet; Bv hit we have hiaoterM In greed and gain; JRv tl.e pride dnpwd and the passim, alain, And the vanquished ill we hourly meet. Vv bpe. we reeolve, we aoplre. we truat, Whr-u the morning calla to life and light; But our heart grow weary, and ere the night our hcarta are trailing in the eordid dust. Wlnps forth ftnsela, but fret for the rnnl enmat borrow the win? to And the way; V msv hpe, and reaolve, and aaplre and prav. But our feet must rift, or we fall again. Only tn dfmt la the ladder thrown From the weary earth to the aapphlro wall; Put the dream depart, and the visions fall. And...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. Tim niepiirv riai'lied lot (lr-Krtira In tlie shade, in H)iiiitoii, ra tlifl 14lh. Oov. ltnui)iriA i till fhniilv, of Misaiaalyipi, have been I'jiTlfU from Hio cxocutivo nian aitm by the military autlinritiea. !In. A. Tipton, formerly leading lt Teniiomea VVIiiK, died awlilenly on Friday, while t work on life farm in 1'artur eoinrly. The reaiirnatinn of Tirinadier General Roberts If. UniU. lirevei Mrjor General V. H. voluiiifts, lias p .awpted hy tho I'm dent. -'- v I Hon. W'm. Pinklr-y Wlilto Iia been appoint ed, by Our. Hwan, It. B. Hunatnr to fill the nn expired term of Morordy Johaoti, of Matjr laud. Major General R. W. Jolmaon. U. H. A., re tired, haa been attached aa Professor of Mili tary Wcionee of the Miaaouii Htate Uiiiveralry at Columbia. , Mo. The 8 'tinfc, aftur aumofliarMiesiun, eolitirm ed, on JVcOraHiliy, Hhe; titiminatinn of Hon. Win. HI. Evai ta, Attorney General of the Uui ted Statoa. Three building in Wecliawken, N. .f., oc cupi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 July 1868

Cjjc (toscrbatibc. JOIKUH A. SBI.LT, KDITUR. M COJSiNELbVILLE, OHIO : Tha radar, July S3, 1S68. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. On TuesJay, the Mth of July, 1863, at 10 o'clock, A. If , the Democracy of Morgan County, by their delegates, as sembled in the Town-hall in M'Con Delsville, for the purpose of nominating County ticket for the ensuing cam paign. Hon. Jaa. M. Oaylord, at chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Morgan County, called the meeting to order, stated its object, and recom mended the selection of ths customary officers. Dr. J. S. Abbott, of Windsor township, was chosen chairman; J. B. Ooudy, of MeigsTille, secretary j and J). II. Alort Uy, of Morgan, assistant secretary. DELEGATES. It was resolved that credentials should bo handed to and reported upon by the tacreUriot. The following is their report as to delegates: Blcem John Shillen, J. If. Criggt, J J. Huffman, James Olenn and S. M. Harlan. Briitol. Vim. Chamber, Leonidas Devia, Hen...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 July 1868

Conservative.' E Published IS very 1 liursday. -A. HOME PAPER- Devoted tojPolitios, News, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &c. Jrublisher. YOL.II-NO.49. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, JULY 30, 18G8. $2.00 A YE A II. ' H DEMOCRAT i;C TICKET. For President, HORATIO SEYMOTR. For Vice President, FRANK r. II I, a in. ITATK TICKET. For Secretory of Slate, THOMAS IIIIIRARn. For Supreme Judge, WM. K. F1.1K. Member Bonrd of Public Works, ARTiitn hiuizes. For School Commissioner, n, J. KIIIKnOOl). Oerk of Supremo Court, J.0, Itl. WE II II. For Congress. MARTI D. FOLIXTT. corm TICKET. Clerk. M. WEAVER. Auditor CHARLES GLENN. Treasurer C. J. GIHSOX. Pro .rlffy-BKNJ.F. POWER. Surveyor II. M. COOK. Commoner 3 . 3 '. 11 UF KM A N. Jnf. Director 30. SIGLEU. PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on the 4th of July, 1868. Tha Prmoeralie party. In National Con T,nton essrmliUil, reposing its trust In Mi intslliganrs, patriotism ami ilisrritninaling instinct of tlia pe...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 July 1868

Poetry. DROWNED. Sliipaare twpinff at po. And ship ct.w In tn the wfmlj cllfla of theahnrpa; But the cMp ttiat la tleareat to me Will mvrr romp in with the title Will ripple th bnT no more, Htlii'K to with th tide. tu l-r U.e froth of Hie fiutm, sd tha yeutjr surge and the hudderlQf guata of r-K , f Ltea trie In (I who iH r coin home, JIi wtute fare Md U the Audi Bp Tiaithr lit rare nor pain -b's-i-ar Uia aaaaraad auU aaud. Down by the refa and the abell. Far do wo by tin channel tliat furrow the Jolorma ' ' ' i When-. km ii ri with the ftffaUa And awing hi the pnl of tb ara, He i only "leeping aleep. K,puulu ih lotjuvHul tel.. ,WJ, irrfir. About htm tht rat a and Urn drift, The rAlit Et, and the dart, aad glow In tht Wet, Tk" yiirretita tint change and htft, Anrt th rn hi -blown fart of tha it-nrm. Ibre la i) "thliip but alienc and rt-at UndiT tlj U;tt of the rt-rni m Taunted In ilpHiiitf and rvpw. And fe&eU by the mk of apar and tlit mi a ul matt, Tlit piirpW- aca-pattit RMW'H...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. Tlm alrike uf the New Ynrk liriek layore ia oinleil. .Tninea Hliit i ff Ilia J'tiiiau,'il in reported, liaa arrived In Now IJi k.' . . One liiiiiilri.l nml Bixty five In.rnea ilied in Ni w York Citvlant week, of tlm exceaaive In at. Moeea Y. lteaeh, vi teran cilitnr of the Now York Hun, (In (I at Willingl'iinl, Connecticut, on the lilt li. I Jnactili "f ufco, aa -iJJ uicrt'lmnt of Ne York, atnroli oft Ian ftintinarn of 1 mutually Hall, ilicil on tin 'Jlnt. ' Fuurtpi'ii IIioiihuihI uihiiiiIm of limn davit liten Uistrilnitcil aliont Nen Yol k city by the Una lit of Health. John Owrrovo, who nonio lmmtlts ainia aunt Tom MhIoiip in Hip court -room in Mem- l.ltia. haa boon louml Kiiilty ot iiniiilcr in the hrat ilerree. Hon. W, t. Howliiml, V. B., Iiaa Im pii ap rointiil I.lrutonant SKfrnor of (inlario, and Hon. I,. A. i tliniit, t,n eutenaiit Onvprimr of iew Urnnawii k. Haron Vo.i l.ctlercr, late Miinntcr Knaiilcnt at llaniln.i y, ba" Iippii aiipoinlpi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 July 1868

fifc Cjonscrbatibc, JOsKHfl A. RCI.LT, SD1TOB. XI CONELSVILLU, OHIO : Thursday, Jsjjy 80,1969. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. THE SEYMOUR AND BLAIR RATIFICATION MEETING! The peoplo turned out in large .embers on hint Saturday overling, tho tncnling in front of I lie Court House to ratify t'io uemioat'ons o( Horatio Seymour and Frank P. Blair, tho Democratic candidates for President and Vivo Prcaidont of the United State. At about )ialfja(t seven o'clock the meeting was railed to order by J. B. Goody, Esq., of lioigsville, and on his motion,' lion. James M. Gay lord was appointed to tho Chair. Judge Gaylord stated the object of tho meeting, and presented to the bonnidcrmion of t'no mooting the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted : Hesolved, That tho platform ol principles adopted by tho Demo cratio National Convention, which met at Tauimnny Hall, New York, on the 4ih diy cf July, embodior the wisest iloctrinos of statesman ship; which, if carriod out In tho ad miuistratiou...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 August 1868

-ar-s-f ffE" nn IVE. liihlislicd ISvcry XhurKilay. A. IIOAIE I'A.PlR Dovotcd1 to Politics, News, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &c. J. A. ICelly, l'ublitshcr. VOLII-NO.fiO. M'CONNELSVIIJE, OHIO, AUG. G. 1808. S2.00 A YEAR. nrw O.'TYTTCI-TTl B IT' A i i i if Pd i w i p mm r v- m. a k i U K M O ; I A T 1 C TICKET. For President, IIOIIATIO SKYMOIYr. For Vice President, Fit A Mi I', IIMIR. STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, THOMAS III l!l!AIH. For Supremo Judge, WJI. K. I IK. Member Hoard of Publio Works, ART II I'll i.i't.iir.ft. For Schnnl Commissioner, H. J. KinKwOOl). Clerk of Supremo Court, J.U. M. VKIIII. For Congress. MARTIN l. rOLLETT. COIHTY TICKET. CM 3. M. WEAVER. A uditorC HA11LEH (i LEN N. TrauurcrU. 3. GII1SON. Pros yJt'y-IJKNJ.I-M'OWER. .Surveyor II. M. COOK. Cnmmis'nrr3 . J .' II U KFM A N, ;. Dirt, tor JOS. SIGLKU. PLATFORM THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on the 4th of July, 1868. Tho Demncrnlic pnrty. io Nations! Con Trillion s...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 August 1868

Poetry. CUPID'S REPLY. ANONYMOUS. utir wh,ti: Lot tu young, he etrmyt-d i.ienpvUiiK river. Hit bow aero hit nrra waartrung, Cpn hi brick hie qnlvpr. Ai on brtrippfl, ftvutle maM Cmf nfr the little rnjror; But notliTi) him no mow than though To him the we ft rnner. Lovo tmilfd mid !owM enrprlicd said the, Trnr, trll me, air, who an? joul 1 doubt If I have ever known. And I think I nrrpr mw you.1 " "Adept," "'id Lop. "k wcet maid, my card, It ou lme no objection." Cupid! mrnnue nitincl I'm nr Itban a--HAicd my recullvtrlon.'.' An oM, mi er inille the God of Love Pro. Jt d then to gve her And took i rol Wn arrow out Fron. otln'X iu bit quiver; Then dn w hi how, and cried the white (lite faceimrtURfd with .iitfbt.'ri, H jMrrord the i".itlf nml.len'B heart "WVer atrariK.-rw bt liTeaiVr." General Intelligence. THE FORTIETH CONGRESS. Public Acts and Revolutions Passed. The followiue is ft lint of sets nut reRolu- 13 !.... n..,- e ... ...a . . i. 1 li'-iii" lutw mi twa-wei oi I nil nvLuuu n...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 August 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. John L. Tate, an old cirtren of Ulolimmid, ilicil on the ililli. Mr. Rliind, manager (if tlio Oueliec. Dank, was arrested on tlio OTtri on n clmrKv (if Iir- Jury. . i .!.".'! i" . . ' ' Jaeoli Diele Wk k1llo4 Klillfl wfirWdR In stone nnarry, lit Nt. Loui. A mass of rocks fell on him. ' , Louis Bailor fell (iff a i)ree car in Nt. Loiiia. mi MoU'lAy, aal iiijurl hi lino. He died tlio next day. Bellow' liutol blnrk, King' building and liarneea ohoii In llWIow iall, Vt.., najado atroyed on the iffltli. . . , A man named I.ashen committed suicide oti the 2'.ttli in t'hilicotho, Chi", toy taking poison. ilr leave a wife and eleven ohilili en. - Orotlnd wa broken for tlio Boston, Harf ord and Erie Railroad near Waterbury, ton nocticut, on tli2Stli. .. Several case of prostration fi..ln hint aero reported in New ork on the jHth, iiirlnding on or two 1 atli. . John Thompson, revolutionary soldier, divd at Hml Hi town, Long Island, 'Thursday last, aged 11)1 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 August 1868

t Canserbatik JOIKrll A. KKI.LY, kDITUR. M'CONNKLbYlLLii, OHIO : Ttinrftiiny, Aug. Ctlt, 1S6. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. DEMOCRATIC CLUB. At ft tuccling of llio Democracy hchi si .Slier wood it Hall fur llie jnir pone of organising a J)cinuclHlic dub, Mr. Vm. Sherwood va cho sen Chairman, mid Fin. It. llnniia .Sotrutnry. Alter Home business nocenry to putting tli o new organization upon a good, pennonoiil tooling, tlio club adjourned to meet at 7$ o'clock 1'. M., Saturday next, August 8, when it in hoped Mutt nil poihont iiilorcMt ed in tho welluro of tliuir country, nil thoem w ho aro ojijioncd to negro Miprcmacy, nil tliooo whonro oppo cd to tlio iimrpat'otm of tlio domi iihiiI 'in ty, .ill tliooo who aro oppo red to unequal taxaliuli, olid oppoa cd to tlio disunion action of Con gress as endorsed by tbo Radical party, all tlioao who nro willing to jurfctuatc the (fovrrnmcnt by restor ing it into tlio hands' of tlio men and pnrty who conducted i with mich glorioiin nuc.ccMit for mo ...

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