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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 July 1870

Poetry. FAREWELL TO MAY. ANNIE D. GREEN. Among the falling apple flower The mated rolling fin; The nyacrothn are facing fast It ia th Uat of Spring ; Its sweet, lt ' t Fair maiden May," we sifch, 'Wilt thou not linger" Hugh I for June Delays nntil ahe goes; And we must aee ia Tioleie fade Before we pluck Tia only losing we can win And giving we can take; Our pleasn ea, tarrying too long, Oar sorest trial make. The hearta that grieve to lose thee May, Would Borrow more to hare thee stay. KareweU, farewell, then, gentle 8pring I Our b'eesing with thee goea; A bore the withering Tioiota -' We see the opening rose ! Selected Miscellany A DETECTIVE'S TALE OF THE LONDON SEWERS William Harvey, or, as he was better known, English Bill, had that morning pleaded guilty to a crime which gave him to tne state jreniienuary ior uie, uu took him back to his cell he told me i come and see him the next day, and per- taps he conld tell me something., that would astonish me. We detectives are not easi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. K.X1XT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR, M'COHWSLSVIIiLB, OHIO: FRIDAY, July I, ISTO. DOCLfilTlCSTAIfi TllIET. FECBKTART OF t'TATK, "WILLIAM DEIS LEY, of Coyahoga. EtfREHK JIDGK, SICIIARD A. HACUISON.pIMudisou. CONTROLLER CT THE TRKASUKT, JOtlS II. UEATOX, of DeliEont. HEXBER BOARD OF PIBLIC WORK", WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking. DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM. FOK3I. The Democracy of Ohio, coming to gether in tbe spirit of devotion to the doctrine and the faith of a free repres r.tative government, and relying for success upon discussion and tbe- intel ligence of the people, deem the present convention a fitting occasion to reas sert the following time honored princi pies of the Democratic party: . That the Federal Government is one of limited powers, derived solely from the Constitution; that the grants of power made therein ought to be stric tly construed by all the dependants and agents of the government, and that it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubtful po...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. 'I TWO DOLLARS A ILAK ADVAACG. JI'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, .... July 1, ISfO. "I Whew! Ain't it hot! XgL. Bound volumes of Iho Ohio Laws, lor 1S70, received at the Au ditor's Office, and ready for distri bution. K3"-Next Mwclay is the Fourth of July. It will not bo celebrated here. JST" Wizard oil intn gave free concerts hero on Monday and Tues day evenings, and sold any amount of thuir Oil ibr cno dollar a bottle. . - rgy- It is currently reported that Cajt. Benj. F. Power will deliver, on next Monday, at 2 o'clock, P. AL, at the Grove in the Eastern part of the Town, an old-fashioned -Fourth of July Speech. Turnout, cvervbodv. Enforces! est of the Beer Okdixavce. A little over one rear a?o. a " Beer ordinance" was passed by the Town Council of this village. Owing to some cause or other, this Ordinance has re mained a "dead letter" until within the. last week, and beer has been co piously sold and drank on all days of the week, Sundays not excepted, con trary to its...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 July 1870

Special PatUw. JOB MOSES Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. li. VKIl nnfailinff fn tllfl CUT of &1 The Jnnmi' - difl- to which the those ". i. acbiact They moderate all ex- lSniiniwe obstrucQon. from whalever cause. . TO MARRIED LADIES rv,v ar. particularly traited. They will in a short time, mbninonUily period with regulanty. and ffihonS v l5w.r2. contain Bothinnrouf to to. of Nervous and Spinal Affcr tl,r!rTY"KrtWaoii slight :5fM ":rThrH "l&sterics and W hthWUat eu when all tjtber iw h, ta5e The pamphlet around each .Pfh" lull direction and advioe, or win ow moat, imtinc lor it iealed from obeerrsuan. SPECIAL NOTICE. Job Jfo-t Sr Jamm Clarie'l Rwh P,l"JZ',T, .-i.rumTFiinrmi The ormnne have ' namr J Siww ' v "JOB M (ANa"..5 cat fii -wfj:f iA.rrw,n.r witii fifteen cents fer postage, 1 N. B. In all esses WD em in - r I oaedto SeWnetcr. JOB Sr. . trt- Undt Sttset "i. ""Ym aied from any knowledge oi we ouiwiia rRtNOALL'S ELASTIC BROOM, ia v .ii aWa. It sweeps easier, sweeps bette...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 July 1870

General Intelligence. )f As a'bzspx of "the shoe makers stitke, twenty-five of tie Crispw" have purchased alarge' factory and wilf ran it themselves. Thi taxable value of SL Louis property r M follower Eeftl estate,- $119,033.70; '"personal p'roperty, tiS.fes5.W'j total, 4147, 914.42a .. ' " Xii- i'iX Bbatds for the hair, say the fashion peo ple, hare pow gone almost entirely out of fashion, and rolls, And finger puffs have oome in again. Many ladies have adopted the simple style of hair dressing, which is merely their own hair iuct& into a small net. Wimt both the Erie and Central roads are carryingcatQe for"bne dollar per car from IkiffUlof to; New York,? dealers ' 'batchers i SyrsoatV TItiea, Bingharnton, Callicoon and other, way stations, on both roads, are obliged to pay from fifty to , eighty-fire dollars T per , oar vtotake .their cattle Lome from, Bnffahv Most angularly, they grumble at this. ! GicooroiKjte4iistfrtpreerite4lo the convention of Young Men's Christian Assoc...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. Joseph a. kellt, editor axd proprietor, ATCONtfiSLSVILLE, OniO : FRIDAY, ..... July S, ISTO. BESeCILiTIC STATE TICiET. SKCRKTART OF ETATK, WILLIAM HEISLEY, of Cuyahoga eCPRSHK JCDOK, RICHARD A. UARRISON.ol Madison. CONTROLLER OP TDK TBKAPUBY, JOHN H. H EATON, of Belmont. BEXBER BOARD OP PrBLIC WORK', WILLIAM SPENCEK, of Licking. American Serfs to Foreign Masters. The bonds of the nation, and the bonds of individual American mer chants held on the other side of the -water, draws a heavier yearly inter est from the wolth-produccra of tbo United States than all the gold the mines of this country yearly supplies. The following is the esti mates of the gold product for the year 1869: California, 2O,OOO,0OO Nevada, . 11,000,000 Oregon and Washington, 4,000,000 Idaho, 7,000.000 Montana, 12,000,000 Colorado and Wyoming, 4,000,000 New Mexico, 500,000 Arizona, 1,000,000 All other sources, 1,000,000 Total, ?G3,500,000 It is estimated that the commer cial debt, and the nationa...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A IEAB IN JTCONKELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . . JnlySjlSTO. rrcbiblfion Coantr Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JOHN h. HURRY. fob raosEcenxo attobket, JOdlMT A. T. CREW. FOtt COVMTSSIOKER, WILLIAM II. COOL. FOB 1KFIRMART DIB ECTOR, SIMPKIN II. BROWN. A Word to Our Patrons. We tlace the Frobibition County Ticket lit the head- of oar paper this week. In so doing, we nrge on all our readers the necessity of their falling into line and giving it tbrir hearty sup port. The Campaign this Fall, for County officers, will have but one issue ia it, and that whether Whisky or Tem perance . shall triumph. . There . has been a complete understanding effect ed between the Whisky Rings of both -the old political parties of the County, and both of these Rings are earnestly at work with a common object in view, to-wit: the defeat of the Prohibition County Ticket. D C. Finkerton, the leader of the Republican Whisky Ring, and James M. Gaylord, the leader of the Democratic Whisky Ring, ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 July 1870

Itch ! ! J M UA r II I S't'IlATf'l t x Wl.ralou'i Ointtvimt In from 10 to iS hoaia Cares Trip Itrh. Cores N.i 11 K Ileum. -iimsf'ev-(r. tVre l(nriii-r' Itch. Cures Old Son-a. Ores avry l-idrif kuanr JOt MVxGIC. Price, BOcm box: bvmail.ftln MitMWKESj ft potter. 170 w;n, c - I' : la br &U DrujuisU- nostras. 81 am job rioscs- Sir Jsrres Clarke's Female Pills. A IT jnrahict.to ri.if -vie ucfaiHuf; in the cnre of al thote r in I til ri cr.f rrifta CM'tftn to htch th ' Irrr.al i-orMitmion in M-bjcct, 1 by moderate mil ex . cer-ttd n stove a. obstracuooSkfrciBiiiiateTercaoaaL TO MAUHIKI LADIES Tbey are trt mi!. 1"bcy in a rtirrt tim. bnnft on the nosihly period itn regularity, end ( altucuph vcr pOw-eriui, tt.ut.nu rjo;biuf buiitui to trte (kuiRtitatioo. In all rss of AVrrow antl Spinal A lTc-r-tif.rH. I'lids in iie r :t.k Liit.t, ) si.if.uc CD Ehbt fifriion. J'nii'imiton ct tua Utrrt, i-vi-i cries and ft ( iit-. ILc wii t.tcj a ti i vLtn nil biL r tseaot failed. 1bpenptt4 aroord each ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 July 1870

Poetry. From Our Young Folks. FARMER JOHN. Home from hii Journey Farmer John - Arrived this aiornin, safe and aound. . Hii black eoat off, aad hi old clothes on, "Sow I'm myself." says Farmer John; And be thinks, "I'll look around." Up leaps the do?: "Get down, you popt" Are yon soiled you would est me up T" The old cow lows at the gate, to greet him; Xhe barest prick up their ran, to meet him: -Weil, well, old Ej! Ha, ha, old Gray I , Do yon get good feed when I am away t Ton haVnt a rib 1" aaya Fanner John ; "The eattle are looking round and aleak; The coin going to e a roan. And a beauty, too; how he has grown ! We'll wean the calf next week." Sayi Farmer John, "When I've been off, To call yoa again about the trough. And watch yoa, and pet you. while you drink, la a greater comfort than yon can think t And he pats old Bay, And he aiapa oidGray: "Ah. thia ia the comfort of going away I For, after all," aaid Tanner John, Thebestof a Joarney i getting homel - ; Ty aeen great sightav...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLT, EDITOR AJ.D PROPUIKTOK. M'CON-NSLSVILliE, OHIO : FRIDAY, ..... July 15, 1STO. Democratic State Ticket. FWRKTAUT OF STATE, "WILLIAM II E ISLE Y. SUrKKXE JCDCK, " RICHARD A. HARRISON CONTROLLER OF TflE TREASCRT, JOHN II . HEATOX. HEVBKl BOARD OF PUBLIC WiRK", WILLIAM SPEXCEB. DEMOCRATIC. Congressional Convention. The Electors of Morgan County are hereby requested to meet at the places of holding Elections in the several Townships, on SATURDAY, JULY 30th. at 3 o'clock, P. M., and then and there select two delegates for each Town ship to represent Morgan Count' in the Democratic Congressional Conven tion, of the 15th District, to be held in MARIETTA, OHIO, OX THE 4TU DAY OF AUGUST, IS EXT. It was tbe boast of Gen. Grant's friends, -when he vras a candidate, that his judgment of men was such that ho would call around him a 6trong cabinet. The New York San, a Republican journal, is evidently greatly disappointed in the Presi dent, and says : Either from ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 July 1870

rMYCfDX7 A TTTP All.fr VAALO.CltY A AX ' TWO DOLLARS A YEAU IN ADVANCE. ITCOXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY,. ' . . . July 15, ISTO, l'rolilblflon County Ticket. ' rOR TRtASCRER,, JOHN. 11. MURRY. ; VOK IMtOaECCTlXi. ATTORN KT,- JOSHUA-J'. -.'CREW. FOtt comjossioser, WILLIAM II . COOL. FOR rSFlRJlAKT DIRECTOR, ' " SIMPKIN H. BROWK The Conservative for the Campaign. paigu. You can hare tlie Cottsi-rvattve, for lie Campaign of lSTQ.forSO Cts. All friends of the paper are solicited to act as Agents for it. Get tip your Clubs Eeltoiol" Notice. "lhe Second Quarterly Meeting, of McConncl TiMe CbiTrgeX;ll bo" held in the 31. E. Church,- of tliia place, J air Z3cf and 24th.'; J.-rcncbinp; on. Saturday, at 2 oVlock. I M.. and od Sabbath, at 1H, A. M , and 7:45, P. H.;;: ; By order rf '- L. McGUIRE, P. E. JJon. Cjril flawKins has Our thanks for Documents. Ek Hon. E II. Moore farored us Tniu-f-SmpDrtant " 'Docurnenta last week; - - ' - - tgi. We are under obligations to Dr. Branson. tf ChesterEcld for a 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. — 15 July 1870

Special Notices. ????????????? Time Tests the Merits of all TMiigs 1840 to 1870. FOR THIRTY YEARS ! Perry Davis' Pain Killer Bss beea tested in every variety of climate. nd by almost every nation known to Americans. It is the almost constant companion and inestimable friend of the missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and no ene should travel on oar I.AKKS Oil K1V KKb WITHOUT IT. Pain Killer was the First aad, is the Onlv Parm&nent Pain Reliever. Kino the PAIN k ll.l.KRwan first introdooed, and met with sact nmsarpassed sale, many Ldumakts, j r t,' k PfcWAratL&nd nrher Remedies have Been ottered to the public, but none of them has attained tiie truly KliVlAitLE iiam)iu oi tue x-jaj-n r, m-. wmr xs Tins so ? It. t. beeanes DAVIS PAIN k'TI.LKR is what it claims te be, a Reliever of rain. ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. Kranfainrlmn INTKRNAL PAIN. tXtMtw i,i..rt. rmjtn ! a iutlt maUT Will UmOM irauouj con There is notnmg equal to a. m .. . , . , i OToX vr,nd iu Bowei-Soor s...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 July 1870

Poetry. PORTRAIT OF EDGAR ALLEN POE. BY SARA HELEN WHITMAN,IN "OLD AND NEW." Slowly I raised the purple folds concealing That tsce, magnetic m lb morning's beam: Wbileslumbt-ruig memory thrilled at its revealing, like M moon wakening from his marble dream Again I te brow's translucent pallor. The dark hair flouing e'er it like a plume; The sweet, imperious month whose haughty valor Petted all portents of impending doom. Eye planet calm, with something in their vision That seemed not of earth s mortal mixture born; Strange mythic faiths and fantasies Elysian, And far, sweet dreams of "fairy lands forlorn." Unfathomable eyes that held the sorrow Of vanished ages in their shadowy deeps, Lit by that prescience ot a heavenlv morrow Which in high hearts the immortal spirit keeps: Oft has that pale, poetic presence haunted My lonely musings at the twilight hour. Transforming tbe dull earth-life it enchanted. With marvel and with mystery, and with power. Oft have I heard the sullen sea-wind...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KEU.T, KD1TOR AXD PROPRIETOR. M'CONiraLSYILLE, OHIO : Friday, ..... July 22, isro. democratic Stale Tic ket. SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM II E 1 S L E Y . FrPRKME JIDCE, RICHARD A. HARRISON COSTRI.LKE OF THE TREASURY, JOHN II. II EATON. UEVBKR BOARD OP PlTBI.IC Wi'SK, WILLIAM SPENCER. DE310CRATIC Congressional Convention. The Electors of Morgan County are hereby requested to meet at the places of holding Elections in the several Townships, on SATIKDAT, JTLT 30tl, at 3 o'clock, I M., and then and there select two delegates for each Town ship to represent Morgan County in the Democratic Congressional Conven tion, of the 15th District, to be held in MARIETTA, OHIO, ON THE 4T1I DAY OF AUGUST, NEXT. THE EUROPEAN WAR. Resources ot Frances and Prussia. A general European War seems row to )o almost inevitable. Prance nnd Prupsia havo already commenced hostilities against each other, and the telegraph reports aro full of rumors that the other ka lians are choosing ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLAUS A IEAK IX ADVAXCE. M CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . - July 22, IS10. Prohibition County Ticket. FOR TREAFUBER, JOHN II. MU KHY. for pnosrrcTiKo attorney, JOSHUA T . CREW. FOR COMMISSIONER, "WILLIAM II. COOL. FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, SIMPKIX II. BROWN. The Conservative for the Campaign. Yea can "have the Conservative, for the Campaign of 1S70, forSO Cts. All friends of the paper are solicited to act as Agents for it- Get up your Clubs. Hon. Cyril Hawkins has re turned from his periodical sojourn in Washington city. He is looking well. t. You can go from Zanesville to New York City for five dollars'. Com petition and bull-headiness cheapen -things. - AttorneyGeneral F. B Pond declines ieing a candidate for Conn press. "There is 6omo talk of Hon. W. P. Spragne being Morgan conn tr's candidate before the Iladical Convention. W. W. Pyi.e, of the Herald, has given up the notion of going to the West. He has bought the City Time office, Zanesville, recently owned and ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 July 1870

j mat notices. ????????????? Time Tests the Rents of all Tilings 1840 to 18T0. FOR. THIRTY .YEARS ! Perry Davis' Pain Killer Has ben .tested in every variety ot climate, and by limoM every nation known to Americana, it m the fii companion and inestimable friend of the rr r and the traveler, on sea and land, and no ene should travel on oar LAKES OK K1YLR& WITHOUT IT. Pais Killer vu the LTirst and la the Only Permanent Pain Reliever Sinee the PAIN KII.I.KR was tint introduced, and met wit such unsurpassed sale, many LBiniiin, KtLJA-rs, Pakaceas, and other REaLkULES have been oflered to the public, bnt none of them has attained. the tnuy BSViABU axAKOisa of the PAIN Kll.l.KK. WHY IS THIS so ? It is beoaaae DAVIS' PAIN KII.I.KR is what it claims to be, a Reliever of Pais. ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. If yon are suffering tram INTERNAL PALN, swats totiurty aropt tn a Uate water mil almost instantly cure yon. There is nothinc eaoal to it. In a tew momenta it cores Colic, Cramps, Spasma...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 July 1870

Poetry. Poetry. A SUMMER DAY. Sunshine OTer the meadow lands., . Kiasiuc tha crimson clater, ' And randtia haunting thaWy cup - That the yellow t)M bank And nwkbino ov toe n-" uuib. And nwr the duurHiii river. And I wished that tue sun and sumM Might anlne and last forever. -. -. - - The broad aifUwsy terwktog, ( V i. J ; i i ; For the quiet of that loverfspot , feemed better tot oat love-making; Aad I was silent and abe waa shy, Aa wa walked down through the clover, nt we tkonghtltt-mveeteat trammer day ,-. r-r That ever the sun aaace rrar."" - 1 , : ' , .' WeheardJheh-aslriW waving- graasT U "- Aa they twitten-d to eacR other, -About the nests they had hidden away, r ' r And theooo of each rlad bard nxrtbwr; - ' And we thought, aa we waited thai anmmer day Thragh,4lCTer bloojwi together, . . . . , Tbat at l&attha world waa in perfect tniie, ' - la the glad, bright summer weather. - I cannot tell what I aald to her As-we walked krK-ftp in rlarar; " " ," T, Snt I know at the rob...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KKLLT, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. jrCONNICLSVILLB, OHIO : FRIDAY, July 29, ISTO. Democratic State Ticket. SKrnKTAItT OF PTATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY. SUPREME JtWGK, KICIIARDA. HARRISON. COXTROLLRK OF TRK TREARfRr, JOHN H. IIEATOX. MEMBKK BOARD OF PCBI.IC WiRK. WILLIAM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Convention. The Electors of Morgan County are hereby requested to meet at the places of holding Elections in the several Townships, on SATURDAY, JULY 30tb, at 3 o'clock, P. M., and then and there select two delegates for each Town ship to represent Morgan lountyin the Democratic Congressional Conven tion, of the 15th District, to be held in MARIETTA,' OHIO. ON THE 4TU DAY OF AUGUST, NEXT. The Democracy of Ohio and Their Ticket. From all parts of tbo State words Of congratulation come oa the ex cellence of the material composing the Democratic Stato ticket. In talent, in character, and in fitness for the offices to which they are nominated, no better ticket has ever be...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 July 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TITO DOLLARS A YEAR IS ADTAffCE. " irCOSNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . July 29,1ST0. Problbltlen County Ticket. FO TtBAfXIKR, - ' j JOHN n.MURRY.;. FOR PROSECTTreO ATTORXKT.' J O is II U A T. CREW. rOB COMHIRRIOKEK, WILLIAM II. COOL. FOB IK n KMART DIRECTOR, SIMPKIN H . BROWN. The Conservative for the Campaign. palgn. You can have the Cckkertatitb, for friends of the tw'per are solicited to act as Agents for -it. Uet op your nubs. THAT CIRCULAR. The irrepressible J. M. G. has been verv busily eneaced. during ; the two ; weeks last past,' in! circulating and causing to be'circulated a slip, printed at the Herald office, which purports to be a Call for a "Democratic County Convention," and which is intended to be circulated in the country only, where we w ould not be apt to get hold of it. J. 1L G. was very careful not circulate anyof them about town, and was very choice as to the countrymen he enfru3ted his precious documents to the care of, being fearful we would learn ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 July 1870

Special Jlcticcs. THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE ACE. Tt. KKVNEOY.ot Roxbary- hae disoov.red In otis of oar common past ore weeds a remedy that a-urM K VI K V KiNDOt- Ul'MOR. from the WORST buKOrULA down to a COMMON PlMPLE. 'J'wo bottles are warranted to euro a nursing ore Oueto three botUea will ore the wont kind of Dimples on Uie face. Twooribree bottles will clear the system of biles. ' 1 we bottles are warranted to core the worst caDker in tbe stotuacit. ,t Three to hve bottles are warranted to cnte the worst, kind of eostpela. One or two bottle, are warranted to core all humor intheee&. - l o bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears an blotches among the hair. hoar to six buttle are warranted to core corrupt and Tanning ulcers. r ltteea to twenty bottles will care scaly eruptions of the akin, 'two to 'i wo to tiicoe but ties are warranted to cure the most acroiula. ,. I tui.ihuiuiit mim vwnnuniDcan mn case oc Dyspepsia. 1 Know Hum ine in. i wo to three bottl...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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