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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 28 September 1866

rt -gi"iifc '-y, RATES. ,0F. . ADVKRTISINO. .i t ' Otv6orumij pa jpr, r--;"( f" 00 nIT a celuinoode y(r f.f ..' 80 00 narttf column pnfytn . . U 00 BpfcW Satlrei, it iTija 1 l li in(.n!(:irJii oM. jiotn Ihia dU linM; i , for one jymf 4 00 Marring nhrt 0cath mViy its, ,-, )',-. Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention. Speech of Gen. Wool. ' ,t.t aAa iho Soldiers una bailors Con volition AHiktulileil in jL'lt'V'Innl wi - ho 1J(Jj cially flr it, on tlic TAiil lic Sqimrc, in vhi,lr in tlH . (ntv;i . o . Coiiinlodoio I'Orrv, coinmoiiiornthii' tho bnttlc of 5,000 .pcrHons, nnd ..tviii Jn-urly tillod y thr-rtHftr nlnrtf. Vilh-tnv crp to , tUo Hi fT Hifi(Ai, 4lnl caiJvnr.Viis ' put u() tJi';tliiVi-H:i iylni it) Its circuinfVrciit'P, nnl oncli nj'riglitwas - surmounted witli a 11 v i 1 1 1 lliu tiamo gCouo of. tlic StatM Ulioii it. .Xono were idinitU") tfjtlna fhp(ViitititU,ili(vfl.v gnte were in niul wlirn tln'iv was n rush by -tln'-'Jnhubitaiitn t in, btit nifV6'f.TM lYr.r t'o'iiilor onoliult' O...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 28 September 1866

m- " " -l rV - miDAY .MORNING, -'. SEPT. 28. Win. 61 K m'i : i : s Editor. . i. 1 . ,., . Democratic State Ticket, JUNCTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBKR 9 , " ... 'rOK IKCBETAkT OF STATU, tiHX. BKNJAM1N UFETER, 01 Shelby County. ; ' ton trrnitv jrjio, TnOMAS M. KEY, i Of iUmiltoo Count;. M STKMBKR BOARD Of tTM.IO WOSIS, WILLIAM LARW1LL, Of Ashland County. -tOR C0N0RI8S, 15th DISTRICT, MAKTIS . FOLLETT, Of "Washington County. OXUOy PLEAS JUDGE, XIGHTn DISTRICT JOII1V E. II.lXffA. .: - Of Morgan County. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judpo, i JAMES M. GAYLOKD. For Auditor, I . JOHN T. SUEKLOCK. For Tronsurcr, MOSES BULLOCK. For Prosccutin ig Attorner, " f. rowEli. BENJAMIN For CommiKBionor, I ISAAC HEDGES. For Infirmary Director, JOUN T. SELLS. DECLARATION of PRINCIPLES ADOPTED BY THE. PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. Tlit National Union Convention, now assembled Ja the city of Philadelphia, compound of delegates from Trjr Stats and Territory In the Union, ad nenUlied by the solemn lessons which ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 28 September 1866

nrrt- rrrrrr Cjic Conserfaaiibe. FRIDAY - - - - - . . 1 FKPT. JS, 164. JR All business pertaining to the Cokpfb iVsrtrs bflice (driring our absence) tan be trans Mtcd with R. E. Moom. Tlio I'nlr Postponed. In consequence of the recent rain Slid hlc,h Valor, which has Inundated a .portion of the fair grounds, and rccflcred. the rond lending (hereto impasaablc, the Bonrd of Director of the Morgan County Agricultural Society have postponed the holding of the Kir until Tu- day, Wednesday snd Thursday, October Cth, ;lTth and 19th, IHOfl. fly order of th Board. '' Joux 8. Adaiu, Sce'y. '., , 1'OLirilAs, MLi;iI.(;S. , k . MoetingM for tlio disetission of the Poljticnt issued of tlic tiny will bo ncM 8 follows: Dcartrtov n. Irlhiv, Oil. nt 1 o'clock I. .11. fills, ; , HON, WILLIAM E. FINK nnl oIIhth will address tliin mci-lip'j. In rVriiliiAr 'of Kanio Way nl TrlHilrlplilH. . Illnpffold, pnturtlar, Oct. iiili, nt 1 o'c lock 1. .11. In I'vrnliisr tI" the Sauir liny n( .llomitavillr. . - 11 ....

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 28 September 1866

r FRIDAY MORNING, SEP ft 28. W m. C t E N 5 t i t 11 i i j Editor. DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. 1. Rt.wh4, That tbe Democracy of Ohio will adhAr in tho prtacnt and in tha future in the pnt, with unralterinB lidWity and urinncaa to tho organiaation of the Democratic partv, and to it ancient and well eettlcd principles aa enunciated by Thomiia JcH'craou, tho great Apoula of American Democracy, and ac knowledged and accepted by tha party from the foundation of the Government ; and eapecially t equal taxation, and of n-preaenlion of all tho Plate aubjeel to taxation. t. Samlrtd, That tho one great question of tho day ia immediate and uneonditiounl rentora tien of all all the ftatei to tho exoreim of their fichu witliln tha Iderl Union under the Con stitution! and that wo-will cordially ami Be lively support Audrew Johnson, a President of the Vnitcrl Htatea, in nil nerraarv and liroper mean to curry out liia nuUev aa directed to that end; nnd eapeciully la aacuring immediate representation iu th...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 October 1866

... . f. .' ; ' HATES OF ADVERTISING. On olum6 j Mf ' ' - Half a column on year" " '. . '' Qnartsr column en yeaf ' ...'' . Bpeclal Notices, per' Una ' ' Bnslncaa Canla f not mora than six linen for one year Marriage and death notices free.. ( 00 -y- POETRY. SONG OF SARATOGA. BY JOHN G SAKE. ,i . 'Tray iat do thar doat the Rnrintrat'1 H I - I o -., The question js (-ay to asks' i t llut to anawer it fully, my dear "' ....'" rathes scrsoua tank. ) - ., ' A - J .... I. 1 .-! . . . . . IUB II I fir in W H V. " I ' ! ..- ! A" lo '"'gpiv vr inorkin--liird sing, " ,-. I'll venture a sort af a song, ' .....-'.!: T tell wljat thi-ydo at the flprings., :. I myrirois, nty darling, they drink '.. 'The waters so sparkling on J clear, '" ': '' Though the fliivor fit nous of tlio .-(, 1 ' " 1 ' And tlio odor exceedingly rjuear ; ,''. u Jljnh fluid (, m1ngliytr)iiir'--:;j" i'! ' With whMami mlial thiiH'; ' ' i 6j the.r drink and they drink,""-- i M ,.i't : -; And tli ufa what thr do a( the Sr rtii...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 October 1866

FRIDAY MORNING, 00V. 8 f B. GLENS it lit i n Editor Democratic Stato Ticket ELECTION,. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9 (FOB IBCRKTABf CP CTATM, URN. BENJAMIN LeFKVER, 01 Klielby Connty. roa iumchi JVDOt, THOMAS M. KEY, Of Hamilton County. - rem minbks board or rrBi.ro worm, WILLIAM LARW1LL, Of Ashland Count. BOR C0N0RES8, 15th DISTRICT, M1RTI. . FOIAKTT, Of Washington County. COM MOM PLEAS JCDGE, EIGHTH PI8TBICT JOH. E. IIAXXA. Of Morgan County. DEMOCRATIC JOUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge, JAMES M. GAYLOHD. For Auditor, JOHN P. SHERLOCK. For Treasurer, MOSES BULLOCK. For Prosecuting Attorney, BENJAMIN F. POWER 'For Commissioner, 'ISAAC HEDGES. For Infirmary Director, JOHN P. SELLS. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES. ADOPTED BY THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. Th National Union Convention, now assembled la tie city of Philadelphia, compoMd of delegates from every Etste ind Territory in tbe Union, ad monished by the solemn lessons wrbich for the last B year It bu pleased lb Supreme Kuler of the Cnlrerse to gi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 October 1866

OCT. 8, IR6. raiDAr fiV All business pertaining to the Cotttti- tjiiti office Murine our absence) can be trese actsd vejth H, B. Moom. The Fair Postponed. tn consequence of the recent rlnt and high ' water, which haa inundated a portion of tho fair grounds, and' recdored the roods leading thereto Impassable, the Hoard of Directors of the Morgan County Agricultural Society have postponed tbe holding of the Fair until Tuet day, Wednesday and Thursday, October 10th, 17th and 1Mb, 18. By order of the Board. JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y. The Meeting In Meigsville Tp. "TIa Tlnmnnrnt in inAoa moofincr held - - ------ 0 - Inat Friday Ht tlie Crin Hoada, iu Moitfsville townahiji, near the Emery meeting bouse, Tvus a complete success. Tho large crowd of. sturdy farmer, . . . i . I . 1 .1 -I A . wiui uivir wivcp, tiiuuicii iiiiii viiug hoys wcro aomcwhat diHiijpointcd at not hearing Col. AVm. II. Bull.. The large uesemblywasndc'reseed i'ornearly "threo hours by Judge Uitylord and Win. Glenn. This meet...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 October 1866

... J-BtDAY MORNING, - - - - OOT, 6 Vim. CLENNi:ii::i: Editor. Democratic State Ticket, ELECTION, TUESDAY, OCTOBKR 9 . ho iKcnrrART or ktatb, (JRN. BENJAMIN LrFEVER, 01 Bbelby County. TOE lUFRKKK JUDOI, . TflOMAS M. KEY, , : Of Hamilton County. rCl MIMBKB. BOARD or PCBMC WORM, WILLIAM LARW1LL,. Of Aihland County. KOR CONGRESS, 15th DISTRICT, MAIITIW D. FOLLKTT, Of "Washington County. COMMO.T FLEAS JCDOE, EIOnTtl DISTMCT JOHX E. IUXA. Of Morgan County. - DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Frobnte Judge, JAMKS M. GAYLOIiD, For Auditor, JOHN P. SHERLOCK. For Trenfmror, MOSES BULLOCK. For Prosecuting Attornfy, BENJAMIN F. I'OWEH. 'For Commisionor, 'ISAAC HEDGES. For Infirmary Director, JOHN P. SELLS. DECLARATION of PRINCIPLES ADOPTED BY THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. The National Union Contention, now assembled from every State and Territory In the Union, ad monished by the solemn lesaoni which for the last ' rive yean It has pleased the Supreme Ruler of the Universe to give the American peopl...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 October 1866

HATES OF ADVERTISING. On column snt y' - H!f a cotnma on year Quarter column on yar BplVU')Uc.4eiJ,ln. p f r. to oo 30 00 1 00 , .15 ft !'! 'i lilt Lb ; POETRY. [From the New York Mercury.] DAISIES. BY A. ALPHONSO DAYTON. "1 WHcT nr tWraVrftng,'Jv'" f,f j ,wIOj wwtb Rf.driiei,f(ur,j And ib lifte.l up mr dream ey '1 iTljl0 Into,) vo AaoWw t.t I Wo. lhe.fc V jfJm?.' I knew her heart throbed wildly, For the daisies in her hand, 1 if tropt a blossom to the oaken-floor And broke tho snowy band. And trembled at her feet, While I etooped down and gathered up Their blossoms pure and tweet. "town &t the h.rttfok' ftety One more eh stood at oven In the golden-rifled light, That trembled from the timid moon Upon the hour' of night. l" " Ieard her gently ilnging, A sweet old long of yore, N And my heart went out to her (gain, As It had don bofore. f'j'IL The vesper'bells were ringing; Upon the river'e lidoj-v v f f 1 saw the eweet slarstoflt loifg J Her fooe soenied glorified. rri,,,'mir!rn...

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 October 1866

T i v7 FRIDAY ilt)NINi i'- l OCT. lj' f-f'Ia.MniV. fan l.i l. I ,,!,... I Temporary Suspension of the Temporary Suspension of the Conservative. lil,TMa "wilt be the last number of the r f i- , . . CofisgavATiVK for 5ur we,eks. -' lusi -tareaji the -circulation Or atop the ubjiMtjiori'bfibty (aper.1' I am aory t thai I am obliged to suspend for the 'present, r but Ucmocrats can "blame f . . 1 V I-' , i ,. . - .1 !., ! I I , .themselves, and, not ma. Aloney is in; vJiApensble, and tho Democrats' jPPar to. have a desire to takej hold"- 'with them rests the responsibility, arid , not me. " This pHper has been tn opci i ation Ihrtio months, it a cost of not less jthaiilea dollars per week over and above the incopie vf the oflico, but not- " withstaftdYrtg' this, if we can bare an ; assure uce thftt we can make it pay w will resume th publication- at the time Election News. r Election returns oohio: in slowly. 1 We bad hoped that; by delaying tho ! ' hYsdfng ofth'e paper one dayy we would...

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 October 1866

f B IDA Y - - - - f."!T. S, 1808. VaTiva offce (during our ebience) ea be tram- The Fair Postponed. In ei4nHKHJPftfi Bfojlnirf ijj high water, which haa inundated ft portion of the fair grounde, afla' fecrtered -lr9tHl'1'4ifc tberuto ImpaMfiWe, the, Qeerd ofr Ilrcc,tye of the MoTfa-t Cetitity Agrtcolhrar-xMy-wave partpfwaa3JlV'WjtTt1r until Tuee iav, We.lueeday and Thuradoy, October lA-h, lj r.U., . . WBr. A DAI, SeTy ' m , -Jsi'4iri'fhel4e attn W,iArf,loat, for sale by J, Son.nanstjni!. . Notice Macaque. rroiossor wuo was ior several year wnntcicu with tho old and original Signor Blitee.l) . ir Tucker, the Illusionist, ' ,r several years connected to the ladies respectfully announce M f ltyiMM fh" plcf that ( Be Vrill give a Seriea of En'tcrtainmenlij, in tho Town Ilall, commoncirig on Frofospc-riT.ucker is h first clnss Mi performances, efc press, themselves as boini'tleliKhted and hope our. trtizcns, "il 1 . t K..t Equalization Bounty Bill. Aa paataif lyCongVeaayuljr '17th,.lSe, ...

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 October 1866

03k (ffisrrktil)t FRIDAY. toOttWflG, l . h'-. O0T.12 Jim. OLE O t t t t i i i r Editor, Mode of Writing in Ceylon. Tbe.books .of the Cingalese, arp form- ea to-aay, as they iav -befcik. lor' ages past, or olas or strips taken from the young leaves of the Talpat palm, cu Tc!bro they hate ; ftcqnircd " thtf dark shade and strong texture which belorjf w tne lull-grown Irond. After undergoing a process (one stage of which consists in steeping xnern in milk; to preserve their tlexi Vilitjr, t3iey"ar'o(8ijhitted taprenfut-o smootn. 'lhey are then cut into strips of two ore three, inches in breadth, and ' from one to three foet lonir. These are pierced with two holes, ono near each end, through which a cord is passed, so as to. secure them between two wooden covers, lacquered and Jdrna'' mented with colored device. The leaves thus strung together and secure ed form a book, t . On theso palm-leaves the custom is .to write with an iron etilo, held nearly upright, and steadied by a nick cut t...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 2 November 1866

On efduma tat year Hlf column one year ' Quarter eolumd on year . Special Notices, per Una ,.. . . Biinlnfta Card" of nut more than alx line for 6ne year . . . Marriage and death notice free. J. A.PM1UJSE, DEALER IS Tj Jl Y, a O O D B NOTIONS, HOOTS, siloi:g, QUEENS WAIitf AM) (i HOCERIFS, I'KSTEIt S T R i: R T, vn i'oor vest or Altxnimcr'i Priiir fill,. 1 Atixnnrtcr'i M'Coimelsvilla, noS i . . o. .500 List of Awards for 1866 List of Premiums Awarded by the Morgan County Agricultural Society at Their Fourteenth Annual Fair, Held at M'Connelsville, Ohio, on Tuesday, M'Connelsville, Ohio, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 16th, 17th and 18th, October 16th, 17th and 18th, 1866. CLASS A—No. 1 Jeflerr.m Brabham, Center, gelding over 3 years, 2d pretn 82. " . I'eter Syphers, Marion, Stallion over 3 years, lid pre $.1.- , ; , s Uobert M. Durbin, Morgan, Ifnrc over 4 years, 1st pre (f t. Wilkes B. Bichardson, Bloom,"marc over 3 yearn. 1st pro 3. Charles I'. fceolt, McConnclsville,...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 2 November 1866

fjjc Cfliiscrbalibc NOV. 2. To Our Subscribers. When the proposition wit first mnde to Ms to undertake the publication of tli is paper, we folt eoino delicacy about doinpr ", on account of Hpprchcnuions we had regarding tbo recult. Tho no ries of utiKUCce8ful attempts mado by Othf rR. seemed, to u., fiiifllcicnt to deter ny one from ng.'iin undertaking to fur nish the Democracy of Morgan County with hii organ, through which their political tenets could bo enunciated, mid themselves defended from the M.athcmns and misrepresentations of their opponents. But after a careful investigation into tho condition of this office, we found that tho paper could be madi to sustain itself by adopting n new system of business, aud by cxer cifling a rigid adherence to the strictest principles of economy. It was appar ent to us that the credit system, which Las heretofore prevailed, could not be continued without iuvolving in deht any ono who might take charge of tho paper. Material and labor demand ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 2 November 1866

i. - KOV. 3, 1368. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. M.Go to J. Stubbs & Go's for Tur, rnmiY Change or rnorniETOR. Tlie 'Tout Ilonsc," for a year or two pnst kept by Mr. Stone, has changed bands, Mr. M. Mtrnlf hitting purchased thowholo establishment. Mr. Mctcnlf is an old hand nt the business, having fur several yenrs kept tho "Motealf House" in tLii place. Wo havn no hesitency in recommending him. to tbo traveling I ublic, as a man who "knows how to cep a botol." CPOS. S. Sayrce' was awarded the first premium on Photographing, at the Couuty Fair. erM'Comaa' Gallery of Art, in Malta, in the place to bo accommodate! in a manner to inwuro satisfaction. In an other column his card rnny bo found. tfif V. C.TrosizeublifheHhiscard in this papor. Ho has boon located in this place for some years, and has a fiuo reputation throughout tho county a ekillful artist. iS'otico his card. Mr J. Ktubls AX'o., on Center street, cannot bo exceeded in tho extent and variety of their supply of Groceries.. j...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 2 November 1866

From the New York Herald. THE EVENING STAR DISASTER. Another Boat's Crew Saved. . QtARAXTISt ANrtlOllAOKrjro'lTH') or St. John's River. Florida, ! 'October 11, ISM. ) The second tnato of tbeill fated Eve ning Stnr, Wm. Goklio, rtrnndi-ri on lli ia fhore, about four miles below the bar, at ten o'clock nt niht of tho 8th. and BuccrcJeil in reacting tliia hamlet the next tnorninp, ntler walking twelve miles through swmnp and jungle. 11 is account of the dinnntcr is Milistnntinlly , tho same as that published, except that bis boat was entirely tilled with f 'avengers, all but four of whom won ad ios. lie lost nil his oars when the steamship went down, and had noth ing but a small pieco of board to nnvi gate with. From repeatedly being c apsized ho lost nil but four of tho la dies,, there being left nine persons, all told, in tho boat. This happened du ring the first forty-eight hours, lie then took a shirt from one of the jren- tlemen, his own being torn off, mid rigged a sail by puttin...

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 November 1866

OnefuUimnm yeer t ' ,-, '' HO CO Il.ilf a eolniua on J ear 30 00 Quarter evliinirj one Ar i ' f "T 16 00 Ppeciil NuVkch, per linV U IW.iim C(ti efiottnSre tueifilihii ' - f j opt jtiir , , , 'lV)' t' ) ; P" itarrluge and death notice fro. ' J. A. PENEOSE," M.ALKA 111 IOTIO.tS, IIOOT8, siioi:s, Qt'EEN'RWARK AND GItOCEIUES, C KXTETl KTIinU T, One Vir well' nf Alerniider'l Prt'g fcfore, -Mnholsyillo p.' J POETRY. [From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] THE ZEPHYR. BY ALICE M'CLUER GRIFFIN. . . A lnviof ti-jihyr cnio lo u ' On golden autunm dvi ' ; It Kucdtd m with itiuntyv I And cbiicJ my curcn t. tt jTnioii nicgcnlly on iy brow. And kiatvd luo jl tl nr ' ' tt told n to be bnr'py now, Tim fulur n'r 10 u r, '. . II won mo with H Ih-hhit, Till 1117 ()irit with it llcli Wf loft this laud of dilty, And to rfnlnii of faiior fi d. II bade mo bath in lot he, Thn oroiird me o'er thf tfn; I ta Iho earth beneath mo . . . Then vanish like a drtum. Cn, on tlif icj.Lyr boro m , Till uiy 'int arciitd lo r.f...

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 November 1866

fX - . r-T- i -if -.. ,. , fBIDAT HORNING, - - - - NOV. 9. HOOHE . KELLT, Publishers. The Elections. Several States held their elections on Tuesday lost, but, owing to the failare of tbe mail to arrive, we are unable to irive the result of any of them. Wo will gire a full report next woek. The Cash System. As we stated in our lant issue, we intend to adopt tho cash system. Several attempts, within the past few years, Lave been made to carry on a Democratic paper in this county on tho credit system, and all have failed in a very short time, and those who paid in advance' failed to get their paper for the full time for which they paid. Now, we say to all our subscribers, that we have contracted with Mr. Glenn to furnish tho pnper to all those who have paid him for it, and that wo are bound to keep the paper going for some nine months yet, and if, at tho nd of that time, thero is no better prospect of Us paying than at the present, we intend to permanently sus pend its publication. It ...

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 November 1866

S$tToj5tTbiti5t.4 runuY , - NOV. 9, 1m. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. t&r Business notice in tho. locnl ' column of this pnpor, not contracted for by tho year, will be charged 10 cents per line. No notico inserted for Ictts than pne dollar. - tjrAll ndvertiBciiicnts nnd notices intended for thin pnpor must bo banded in Vy Wednesday noon, for cimim stanectt compel an to go to prens at 1 o'clock on Tliurmlny. jfcw" Hit-hard II. Dodge, an old re jected citizen of this place, died on liibt Friday morning, Ud iiist., nt four o'clock. His funeral, Mhich was largely attended, took place froirt hit residence on Sunday last. ' : LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Remember the 12th, 13th and LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Remember the 12th, 13th and 14th fo This Month. I Our readers haro heretofore) been apprised of tho expected Meteoric ahovcr; which eminent scientific gen- tlcmcn prophey will occur either on the twelfth, thirteenth or fourteenth of this month. None cliould forget tho dates, as such dieplaj'...

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 November 1866

- - i;ov. , isfic. rnimv What the Catholic Priest, Rev. Mr. McMahon, said on his Conviction in Canada. Tbo following wore tho remarks made by thellev. Mr.McMah0ii,4n be ing asked why sentence of death should not bo pronounced upon him : - i Hi liordahip John McMahonJuive you any thing to say why tho sentence of tho court should not now bo passed upon you for tho felony of which you hnvo been convicted? Tho prisoner (wherae roico wua firBt low and broken, but afterward firmer nnd more distinct) addressed tho court ns follow : According to tho testimony given against Ino, if it was true, I would have nothing to 6ay, my Lord ; but I do de clare here that I am unjustly charged and convicted. I am not guilty. At tho timo that Milligan uml Sullivan swear that 1 was at Tort Erie, before vou and tiod, nnd nil present, I was in Buffalo. I w as honeitlv oroincr on mv journey to Montreal ; and. I am not jiuilty. I beg your Lordship's pardon if I say any thing that is not pleas nntorngrecublo. ...

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