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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 August 1868

(JONS I HE ERVATIVE. Iu))lisho(l Tvery .Thursday. -A IIOMK I'AI'KIt Devoted to Politics, STev.s, Homo Interests, Miscellany, etc. J. . Klly, lublit-'her. V0L.II-N0.51. M'CONNELSVILLU, OHIO. AUG. 13. 18G8. $2.00 A YE All. TICKET. For President, HORATIO M.YHOin. For Vice President, I'll A .' K I. II I. A in. ST.ITK TICKET. For Secretary of State, 7RiM.48 IIIDirAKD. Fur Supremo Judge, l K. IHIi. Member P.otrd of Public V'orU. AKTiirn im ;iii:s. For School f'nMipiisionpr, S. J. UlltUuDOl), Clerk of Suprntr) Court, J SO. M. 11 Elllt. For Congress. MAKIIV i. rOLLETT. fOL'STY lit KCT. ChrkJ M WEAVER. .iu.titorCUA UI.F.S GJ.ENN. Treasurer C J GIBSON. I'rus Atfy-4W.$. F POWER. .SVivyor II. M. COOK Commianer J. J. HUFFMAN. bif Director JO". Sltil.KU PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on the 4th of July, 1868. The rrmocretie party in National Con vention utscmbled, reposing its tru...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 August 1868

Poetry. GONE TO HEAVEN. My rtoriih tot? Mr Bnw-w()M Do? I - Knciiirtl In fttnTA ariun of lovr I leave thf l-i'lng! . Tn hard to nay Ttijr will hf dona' And girt to H.-av n a fthfnliift one. My whole Hurt wrrv.trijrt I ihoticrlit a kw the pitM-foiia bah. I'pu hit lntni, wrier' th-ni laM The nwt'ftlv rttnjfJnH Hv miik lier bri('ht' t nie. and wot Into each tlav, tit w ( hottUof liv . ( Mon il t iifl winning ! did not r tlie Iwk'ti.n.? hand Of atip' l- livtn the uu? t it Irtiid lMTtiy iTifrlnc ----. Nor rfiiild Wf - saw n tlilnr eye 'i he lifviilj Klorlr In fli-vnl. About Uirc wincing ! Mo It mK'i' mine, tin prvctnu car Of dainty ttahf, no nwi'i-l mid fair tmly a trpp t'l nimny hair DiAtlrt' haml r. tiinit Hi I Foronn uion finite, I would havp y.rfii All snvp Hie ho.p hi the.' and Ht'artwj, My heart ao vrnnn tli I All, wlir. such woiid rlii Uiuiin ryn Mill ni'jt with ih-wn of I'timll' lu mdi.iiit t In antilit;' Ptd wwt urini' mid iy IiIpuJ Hint Wt nhniild full thP rlotld ppnd Of 1kI tt...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 August 1868

Telegraphic Summary. Miscellaneous. Timing July 'i"i,tt)H " iiiitjrntits rtmlieil New Ni'i'irly all llie Catholic (linn-lie a In Mmi treal havo l-.een robbed of gaa fixttirea, pip- tvtli Wilbur Vain lift completed III" walk arm.- tin- rontiiiitiit, mrritinij at Hac-rami-nto ''"'I'beVglhlfttm of flenrgia elrde.l atate ofli.wia 011 thr r.tli, mil thr entire republican tu Uet elioKi'ii. - T)ii evreb. I Admiral Franklin tliirhanail l.a been i-lm-te.l I'ruwd. fit of U- Maryland Aiirirnltnral Onll.-i:.. , Tim old MiRHihlppl atr-amer War FurIo nlt 10 m,l"S .l l.nn the .HI.. Thy water i. vr th i..l" d k- No live, were lout. " the tenant of Nbw York city l.avo formed a pi.-oi"rntiv' ronibtimlHiii to leaiM Ilia rx turtlnnnlc ileiiiailiU of tilt lailill'.riiH. jli (ten. n.iwiud In." lMd a circular iiri'nill.'tl'K ",p ' "f foncmw coicpriiinu tlm r'ri-iiliii'ii" Hut-can which was paHac.l over tin- l'rHniili iil'i veto. Two ilciiiiiciatic member of tier IjOuli-iaVia Hoii'i" of KpprPBt'iiUtivOT wo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 August 1868

(ICf (LonscrbattDc. j 'kPH a. rki.lt. fcinrn i lXNNKLVILI,li. OHIO: Tlinrsday, Aur.lStb, ISS. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Tho Ponmrrais of tlio Severn' townsbijn of this county will tak notice lliut if tiny will cull vtoliiiri. meetings anil promptly notify Win Hherwooa, Chairman of the Demo cratic Central Commit too, of tin timo and place of mooting, he wil itsnin such Bit-akur to address tin jicnplo r may bo desired. Tlio following mined KcntliMiioti if not olhtrwiso tn'nod, will re spond to tfo cull of their follow citi rin and nrtdrch tnoctings, vn : Jivfrji' John K. Hantn, Ciipt. B Y. Pow.-r, lion J. M. Unvlord. Rol ler I.yle. Eq., Fin. H. Hanna. F.q . James Watltins, Kq.. Col. Win Hawkins, Dr. John Ewinjr, Wm. Sherwood, nil of MctVini Isvillo ; lr. J. S AhnoM S'lulfjorl P.O.; Fitr.tn l'y1?, V,Y n! Grove I'. (J. ; I. wis Th .iiij)'n. Mc rui.villo P. (i JL't.ry M. D.ivi, M,t.n, J' O ity ardor of Dem. CV'i. Com. FIX. II. ilANNA. fk'trvtarr...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 August 1868

CONSB HE .WATIVE I'uMi.sliod ISvery Tliui'scliiv. A. IIOMK PAPER Devoted to Politics, ITcws, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &c. ,T. A . ICc-lly, i'libli.shor'. VOL.II-NO.52. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, AUG. 20, lem A YEAR. D lil M OCli ATIC TiCKJiT. For President, HOKAl IO SKI .MO I It. For Vice President, I 4.K I', lil.illt. STATE Tlt KICT. Vor Secretary of State, IIIOItJAS III I? II Aim. For Supremo Judge, W.M. K. T1H. Member Hoard or I'ttblic Works, AKTIII It IIK.Iir.S. , For Si hod C'.nimisi.ioner, H, J. Ei I Ht tOI. '!! k of tiuprcine Court, J.o. pi. i;iui. For Congress. MARTI X n. I'OI.I.ETT. COU.Hi TICKET. Clerk -3. M. WKAVF.lt. .4 ifiiVor- CII A KIKS i MIN N. 'Treasurer C. .1 (MPSO.V vi ytfry-BKNJ.F. POWF.U. ,S'rf,y.,!I. M. COOK. Commit nrr-3. J." Ill 'F FM AN. At. Anviir-JO. iSIOLF.ii PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. in Convention at New York on the 4th of July, 1868. The Ilrmo.-rnt'c pBrty. in JTitior.nl Con vention assembled, reposing it ti list n lie Intelligen...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 August 1868

Poetry. THE HOT SEASON. BY O. W. HOLMES. Th folk thnt on the flnt of Mat Wore iindar-coita and how, rWn to )iv, tha flmof Juno, "Oood Lord." how hot It rtow'" At lift? two Far.rm.li alt a blew up. And kliled two children am all. And tn barornt-r tlioi doad A tutor with Iti bait. Wow tit day lonp. the .ocuaViauDg Amona Uie lfnflaa tra, Three new h"t-a warpad ItiflMa out, Thelrpumpteould only whee; APd ripe old wfne that twenty tmi! Bad cobwcbbed o'er In vaiu CMme apoutlnn through the rotten ctaka Like Jolv'a bat champagne I The Wprctr locomotlToa did Their trip In half an hour: Tho Lowell cara ran forty mil Before they checked thetr power; Boll brimetone toon became a drug And locodocot fell; All aiked for Ice, but tT-nrwhtra ftttre waa to tell. Flr.mptr.en of raorr-lnta ordered tlgfcte, Taw 'ere the tcorchlna ncone. Their racdie rnoi'ln had srown aa loott, A Ccmanck pantaloon ' The dera rf-n mad iron could Hot try If water they would choee; A horae tell dead he rut'.y left Four red-...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 August 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. Attorney General Evarts has decided that Comniifjaioner Kollina' resignation docs not create a vacnnry, and that consequently the President can riot make an appointment. A telegram from Halifax announces the ar rival there of the rest of thn crew of the barque H. Trowbridge, before reported found at ea with tho bodice of three dead aailora aboard. Several European steamers have rocenily ta ken large quantities of hay, and It i aaid everv ateamer for a fortnight ahead ie en- f;ane'd to take it as far a convenient. One ine ia under ord r to till all available apace not occupied by shippers with this article. Townsend, a book-keeper, and Kennedy, a druggist, both of Cleveland, were blown off shore, Saturday, in a amall anil boat, and are supposed to be lost. Tovvnaend is tlio son of an old citizen, and was celebrating his twenty-first birthday. About six o'clock Saturday evening, the Shore Lino paaseiiKer train and Hartford Railroad freight train coll...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 August 1868

Cc Qlunstrbalibc JOFKl'11 A. RKi.l.T, KD1T0H. M CON i Y. Lb V I IJ i K, OHIO : Thursday, Auir. ioih. thus. TOWN AND COUNTRY MATTERS. POLITICAL MEETINGS. The I'emocratie (.'1 r.trnl Committee rf Morgan County, announce the fob lowing public meetings for tlio discus, sionoftho political quctiiiia of the day. nnil nt nil of which fneeliny POLITICAL MEETINGS. M. D. Follett. Esq. r.mdiilnte for Coiifrro.s ill thii I'intriit, will bo present mid nddnec the people, All the Bfternooli ineelitipi will as semble nt - n clock, t-.nd evening meetings nt 7 o'clock: Monday. September "tli. afternoon, nt Mofurw M :11h, Center township; in the oveiiinjj sniuidiy, nt ll.ieknoy; A Cirniol Hiilly of the pi oplo of Mor gan and Noble Counties nt lieinersville, Tuesday. So; ti'inboi Stli. to be add: e .(llv j . ti... t r v.,.. ..r .,.;, II, ,n M i F.,...v.TT. or xurbtu. ! A Ur.ii.1 :.11 nt I'.ockville. Muskin- , tuincountv, on Wednesday, September '.'tli. Speakers, cv- . Muhoav A KoM.it? t. McCotincUvill...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 August 1868

2 nn HE SERVATIVE. Published Every A. HOME PAPER Devoted to Politics, News, Homo Interests, Miscellany, tc. .T. A . ICelly, Thursday. Publisher. M ' - i i i ., .... ... , .JC V0L.II1-N0.1. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, AUG. 27, 18G8. S2.00 A YEAR. DKMOOKATIO TICKET. ' For President, UOnATIO REYMOIR. For Vie President, rRAllR P. DLA1K. tTATB TICEBT. For Secretary of State, THOMAS llinHAHD. For Supreme Judge, WW. I:. FIlfK. Mamber Board of Tublio Work, AnTiun mmiiEK. For School Commissioner, I. J. HIRHhOOD. Clerk of Supreme Court, J.0. 91. WEIID. For Congreit. XARTIN I. FOLI.ETT. COUNTY TICKET. ClrkJ. M. WEAVER. Auditor CHARLES GLENN. Treasurer C. J. GIBSON. Pro fy-.BENJ.F.l'OWER. Surveyor II. M. COOK. CommiVner J. J.' HUFFMAN. Inf. Director JOS. SIGLEli. Every Man can do Something. Every mao can do something, and therefore should do something, toward tho redemption of the country from the misrule tbst has nearly ruined it past recovery. Let each Democrat tit down s occasion may offer, and tr...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 August 1868

Poetry. THE CHILDREN. BY CHARLES DICKENS. When the leeaona and taake are til ended. And the erhool for thp day In dlanilaeed, And tlie little onea gather around me, To bid me good lilulit and bo ki.ard; 01 tho little white arme that enein-le My Dni In ft tender embrace; Ot the amtlee that are haloe of heaven. Shedding tnnahiue of lore on my ffti-e. And when they are gone, I elt dreaming Of my rhllilbood too loYelr to Uat; Of love tint my heart will remember. While tt waket to Uie pnlee of the put, Ere the world and He wh-k,-ilneaa made me A partner of sorrow end tin; When the gtory of God wee about me. And Uie glory of sladiieee wttluu. 01 my hoart growa week at ft wonmi'a. And the fonntetne of fpellng will flow, When 1 think of the bathe atoopaud atouy. Where the feet of the Jour ouea nine! go; Of the mountatne of tin hanging o'er tbetu, Ot the tenipoat of Fete blowing wild; 0 I there'e nothing on earth belt eo holy Aft the tnuoceut heart of ft child I They are Idole of hearts end ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 August 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. Two canes of Asiatic cholera liavq occurred t King King. Tlie Peoples' Hank of Haltiinar lnat 10,85O by Iho resent robbery.. ' . ' Sit priaonert escaped from Jail at North amptmi, Mass., on Tuesiloy atoning. Judge B. V. Bonnrv, of the (supreme. Court uf Sew York, died on'tlia 19th, nfled 6. Revardy Joliusoit. AJiwiioait Minister to ' England, arrived in Loudon on the 17tu. The Chlneae Emhaasy spitne Wednesday night in Worucstor, Mass., and .nura treated with great consideration. The nnmber of deaths in Brooklyn last week was iloO, including 80 from oholer in 'fantiim. 1 The order of Rod Man met ill Philadelphia on the 17th. Delegate were presout jrotn eight state a. . , j Gen. John A. Rollins is aick in Washington. He was attacked with hemorrhage uf thf lungs on the 17th. , Thora la another rumor that the Fenians are aaaeroblitia near Ogdenabnrg with a riew to auothur raid upon Canada. The number of deaths in New York f the Wotli (ruditigtha lSth 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. — 27 August 1868

mj ..1 when IlcCulloch commenc ed ilio retraction of the currency-. Ml tho Industrie of the people arc T'icj need monoy. Tho lands of Soulh are Ivintf waste. These tili linro no employment, and all oy want is i litHo money to put them on their legs BR'n and then they can help us pny the taxes. Cheers. Wo want forty millions titan moiicri bntthcy tell us money will be loo nbnndant. For whom? For the people? Did you over know of money being too abundant? Ln tighter. J But noonecompluiiics that money will oe loo ubtinUaitt ex r.ept tho follow who has got to loan U out at twenty per cent, inter, eat. Why, my countrymen, for all that we have lea money than any people on thia earth, wo need more money than any other people. We iro wide in extent of territory; we are vast in resources; we are build ing railroads; we aro ongagod in all kinds of enterprises, dcmandi-jr money, and, wuh all onr National Hunk eurroncy, and all our green !wlc circulation, and all our gold, wo have only 813 for e...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 September 1868

r HE 0 0 NS IS R V ATIV E'. Published Every Thursday. A. HOME PAPER-Devoted to Politics, Tows, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &c. lJublifciher. V0L1I1-N0.2. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, SEPT. 3, 186a $2.00 A YEAR. JDK MO(! K A T 1 O TICKET. For President, HORATIO lEfMOlR. For Vice President, FRANK P. BI.AIR. ITATB TICKET. For Secretary of State, TIH'MAS HinniRD. For Supreme Judge, nil. K. FINK. . Member Board of Publio Work, ARTIIFH IIUCIIEII. For School Commiaaionor, . J. BIRKwOOD. Clerk of Supremo Court, j no. n.ircBii. ' For Congress. MARTIN E. rOLLCTT. MISTY TirKT. Clrrk-J. M WEAVER. i uditor CHARLES GLENN. TrtamrerV 3 GIBSON. Pros AfTy-BENJ F. POWER. Surveunrn. M. COOK Commis'tirr3 J. HUFFMAN. Jnf Ihrtrtor30. S1GLER Negroes Drilling and Preparing for a Conflict. Bat lw ot our people cem to be wure of the extent of tho prepara tion nWo.mid ibo amount of dril ling n.ghily going on by the negro population, lor a conflict with the while race. In thin city, a well in every county, they so...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 September 1868

Poetry. MAKE YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL. BY ELIZA COOK. 1 1 Make your home beantlf.il bring It tn flower: Plant them eniund yon to bnd end to bloom ; Lt thm ejt lit to tout lorieltfet htmr Lt them bring light t enliven yonr gloom ; Hak your own work - one, that nerr ha or- A home world wIiom forehead tare never nee ntr , . rowed, ff f ; Aod dawk 4 rtrit beauty eliall ever b f ' . fair : , , Sialrv Yom-tiotii WtmiriilWMv round Ha portal Wreath of the Jaeiemlne, and dfiicate, epray - '-.Of rd-fuit4 wtMKlUiiM, with a? iuaartll. That bleee and brlhtena wherever tt at ray a. (lather tha btfHMioiiia, tooorm Hill flower. Varied vfrtha, or eweH DilfTinnette. . I ftHI pi brltur bloooi to y.iu 4a"lat hnwer. f till uiay bring something tn love aod to pet. Mali yonrhom beamtfnl pathtr tha roea 1 hat bjard up the niuliiu'i with eicjulml at; ftrdunr they may pnttr, is ynr rtrrart darlne,' floats, . , "Riat aoit anminer dnhlu do-wr? into yflur kaaitl . 11 you cab do to, O, Biake tt an Un Ot beauty aim Kl...

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

Telegraphic Summary. General News. ': Chrtwthr.- Hlnndtz, a Unruiati, committed uieide in Nnflivillo on Hi 'Jtiih, by ),i.i,liur; hiimwir Hi ilirfnmih. '. , , ' Jason rhiKet'B, head of the luteal liienrni'll've, nianufaetui y nt I'mtonoii, No -Avtrty, died Vedncaday evening at Mnrrisisna. .. Cardiin II. 11. Nonnn, nf dix' llniud states rriin,'itlWr"2'rvic., died at his rriudeneei L in Wilmington, Tuesday innming, in his ii dh y,ar. . . . , EJnin Tan. liil. a leaelipr. son nf Hie' ' turmrr r-ditnr of Nhilln flf tl, ifmrnitted atueide t Kingston Shrill,' on - theldh. , . t Report iaa that tlui Fletanti. Honnr. a) " I.011K Urate li, has been robbed of Jewelry, clothing, e., vlu!il at il or seen thousand dollar, within a few daya. ' '" 4 The bmldirtg known an Hook Sw Yfrrk pinning mill, in llirik ptieet, occupied by - various portia. wn bui-litd Thursday morn lug. L lin.iKW; m.iinly iiinircd. , A. H. Timn, of VergLiiai,. ha ac pled tlio n i p"ii it liK ii t In tlic nhrtir fr I11I1IU , l...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 September 1868

dividing the two political patties, jet exists, I find ttill recognized th old doctrine that tbe only use of a Govern ment is to keep t'uu peace, and the bet ter tort U tli.it which li uvea the largest freedom of aci.cu to the citi..'ii. It Com Hut, therefore, seek to interfere w.th the lawtoftradu, the religion of the Church, or the cuMtom of society, lb Republican party, which ia the auccesior of the old M hig organization, that in torn came from the Federal party of the Revolution, regards the Government as the guardian, or rather, the parent of the people. Hence the class legislation that hu to disturbed us during the lant eight yearn. He are not only mado to pay heavily for the support of an extravagant Government, but wo are forced to sustain claims ol trade that ia asseited ate too fcehle to stand alone. Let us give one example : ll'hen this war hroko out the Republi can party, then left in power by the soccision of Southern members of Con gress, passed atariff'law that amoun...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 September 1868

r IE UONSERVATIVE. Published ICvery '.Thursday. A. HOME IA1J11II Devoted to I'olitios, News, Homo Interests, Miscellany, &c. J. .A. ICelly, Xublisiher. Y0L.1I1--N0.3. M'COXNELSYILLE, OHIO, SKIT. 10, 1808. $2.00 A YEAR. DEMOOUATIC T I QIC 1ST. For President, IIORITIO UMOtR. Kor Vice President, 'R IKR I. HI.AlIt. STATU TICKET. l'or Secretary of Ntnte, THOMAS III fill tit I). For Supreme Judjzo, win. c. risk. Member Hoard of Public Work, AKTIll'll III (.llfcft. Yot School Commissioner, 8, J. HIRKnOOU. Clti-k of .Supremo Court, jo. m. wkiui. For Congress. m lit ri. i. rin.u;TT, mm timet. VUrk3. M. WEAVER. Auditor- CHARLKS GLENN. TretiwrrC. J GIIISON. l'ro yffr'y-P.F.NJ.F. POWER. Uun-fyoril. M. (COOK. Comntianer-r3. J.' HUFFMAN. nf. Dmetvr-lOi. SIGLRR. PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRACY OF THE UNITED STATES. UNITED STATES. Adopted in Convention at New York on the 4th of July, 1868. 'i he Trmncratic ptirty . In XitinnnI Con vention nsscmnlcd, rcpnsin its trust in 'he intelligence, patriotism 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. — 10 September 1868

Poetry. HILL AND JOE. HILL AND JOE. BY SLIVER WENDELL, HOLMES. Cenn, (l"ar nM ciuniii.I... von ami 1 Wlllatsal iii I,. front 'lava anttp by . Tin- Mill' (1,1 a lnrta 111.- Siaa ttl'IT . Ami all was InsVi. fl'll WttlillMr- 4, 1 hf lntv (Infill. I VmIt:'!'.'. '' -W )i' li vnti n rr Pill ami I waa .Tim. Year name n.av flaunt a lilii 1 Irall, Promt aaa c. (or.r rail, Inm Inll; Anil niilif ila lri f u.imlta wi'ar Ati Turn fl'-Vmul. r 4l,w VI liiJr..l) ,' Tn-iliiy. ni l M. ti.i. r. nii-nirt r alill ' ' That 1 am -Ine anil Jim am Hill. Yti'wtii MiwifnMifc wurki'a ttttvtal prlxts Auil rraml rnn ..ti In tisil''s ev-n, Willi I(U K aid I. I, V, ., .. ' , ,, In I. If lira..' Kit- r. Hlr In. a v ' Your !). dil n ll hnl ui IIh v 'f- ' till : H..w arc you, lull ' How art i -m, Joe f n.'i . i ,71. Ynil'if worn tlir Jil lcr'a .Tliitiii',1 ril,'; Y'in"v, (audit vMttruam. In half IIiitvIiiIi. , Y'nil'v.. amir lii.iiiltml a li ullili mm Dtiiiiii; You've jiaulr. ttil flitt'l. pall Hvo ab;: , 'ft f 1y 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. — 10 September 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. Till" htmii'ii-i' fei.ntnl-.W-1t W.ia a kiiIiI nl ttin lMlilailiMnllia nnv. van, on Tnrriliv, fur u'l.uuu, a 11 . 1 tn whit rnr i.ri mm. , Out nri.fW In-art nf a riltli. iliH.iliil at thu IIiihiii itm-l, jrni.l-in Obhn i'i. Jul f !" ivi'n head witp fiinnil In lin ifiri'V'l t I A Oerniiin nt Nt-nnrk linn t i'-U i" t In'-' m ntt of Hi nnw l.f I 'lllill l.y allnwitiir; Jiitniiitlt In lie linrioil Mi'vi.'. tin tra riant"! i'i tfal torn hniir alltrtvanl, WrtlH.nl npuarnnt exliaun- i'm.i 1 1 , si. J. - ; 1 1 i;i A 'J'll H1HF lif a Vtatll'T ill IVWI'IM, O' Clipll'll UV Mi tlioilittn, bi'Kim lii.hiuk Hnu.liiy im iumk durinir m ivion. Tin- a-,'iiii'P'i,':rlimi Htnrti',1 Hi tmal j , . i .t...... ' VTiteH " wo i.imrs WiTf1 i.itiliv lufrt. A liUla. I...V .mnio.l r'rnnk. O.nil,.-, An .,-. a. wPll. in Dwu'ht. I I. le tvvn l I,,,,,..,. .,1 Hlrm.i- to .Nf wi ll, ill Dwii'lil. III. lie .-fia nlnvuift In iv in ii vf iml'ii, njnl i,lin(vn il mill witii tlif- train Wl...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 September 1868

could not have expelled him, especial ly if he had been toUl to "stick." That the General was iu full accord with the. two houses, and that he 1" i learned Mihirthing of their new system of mor al", widely dilTi-reiit from what in taught in military school, in proved by his last letter to the Prrsidrtit, in which ho tt-lls him that he did not intend to surrender to liim tho department pttr himnt to the condition on w hich he re- eeived it, h ut the President should sn use it us to defeat the action of the Hud icalsin Congress. In truth, he t.ot on ly "Uriendered to a mere trcpiisurT the drr.arliurnt, with its papers nnd seal, itnd nil the muniment of nlhYe, which the President had roiil'idcd to him, but he inive the intruder a guard, de t i'l : tr the iurpoio from the army .:' he l'tiit-cl Statin, which was kept ; day .aid ni!hl, for month, to pro : 'him i'ii in." t n posei'lw ut tt nipt on rnrt ol the President, to recover ''. i 'i i;in' end holdiuit pncs-inn ! F t Sumter, mamst th...

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