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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 August 1870

Poetry. SUMMER IDYL. BY CUCKOO—(KATE K. FILER) Oat In a tulip-tr crWh t!.e tnrrle, - - - . For summer to h re wi th Ms speetK.ad Its gohlen ; k O ftanimertobere with its giories enfoMen; Tae timothv blow, aid the sweet wild rose ' Scatters its on the mound o' the nivrUe. Bplrfta re llelit i the light dandelion . ' . - Thai flutters awaj to the blue o' the sty, ITbea whimpering arpiivr com aiiiug by; ' And In the duk shadowsof forest, msndtTws, The birds sing lite nymphs in the woodland o Dian. Bummer tn piven for love and for gladness, , Summer was given for happiest dreaming. For peace and fur rest till file Hacrecih hut seeiu- lBg; r' . Ah, sweet as the clover the lips of my lover Drop kisses, take kisses, in rapturous Muncns. . , ' ' - Sing- robin Mug red-breast with- laughter the lightest,- . , , Oat cmoI your love-song, ye lark ol the tueaaow. - and, bobolink, cry from the willow trt shauow i For Bummer Is her wi' xuy love and jut dear. And love "mid all glorias so bright is th...

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 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. 08CrB A. KSLLT, EDITOR AND rrOPMVTO. JI'CONNSLSYIIXE, OniO: FRIDAY, . . . . Augoit St 3STO. Democratic State Tlcltet. RKCUKTAXT OT VTE, TT I L LI All HE IS LEY. BICnAED A. HARRISON roxTni.LKs or rnx treascrt-, JOHN II. HE A TON. VKVBXk BOAKDOF rCBI.TC WBK. . MILIUM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC CngTCtsinaI Ticket.' TOE 15th district, JOHN CARTWRIGIIT. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. The Pemocratio -Conprcwional Convention Tor this, the lfih Dis trict, met yesterday at Marietta. Just as we are going, to press, we Jearu that John Cartvrright, a well known lawyer of Fomeroy. was nominated on tht third ballot. Mr. Cartwright is a man whom the Democracy of the District can rally under with good assurances of success. THE INCOME TAX. Taxation is a necessity on which national existence is consequent, and objections are tot bo much agaiast a necessary increase thcro cf, aa the mode . and ' manner in which it is increased, and the " jus tice with which its burdens r fall upon th...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 5 August 1870

THK CONSERVATIVE. TWO: lOLA-AH A -YEAR- IX ADVAXCG. M O0XXELSV1LLE : FRIDAY, . . . August 5, I8TO. ProHibltlon Coant j Tlcketr Titm TREASURER?" JOHN H. MURRY. FOR PROSECXTIXQ ATTORKET, JOdHU A T-CREW. rou comxismoxfr, VILLHM H. COOL. FOR IXFIRXART DIRECTOR, . S I if P K I N H . BROW N". The Conservative for the Campaign. palgrn. . Yon ran hayeJhe CoxsEKXAxmi, fur the Campaign of JcU. for AO fin. .All .friends of the pa are, solicited ioactl as.gets for it. Get-pp 3ur Clut?j THE COUNTY AUDITOR QUESTION. 1 AUil. ' ' , ... .; '. . . :f:t As all bur readers are aware, .the Ohio Legislature, last. ApriL passed ' a new Act relative to the ' election, &c, ofConnty' Auditors. . This .sew i Act changed the date of expiration of - an incumbent's official term', "and, "eonse-' uentlythe date of taking possession by Lis successor, from the biennial pe riod ending on the., !s Mondajn. Ma?c3i,fb the bienniaf period ending on the. . 2nd - JXoedav --m ftrremberrj The Act further provides that a...

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 August 1870

Special Notices. Be on Your Guard. The anixm; 1kJ success which for twenty years has Comnanid lb use of Hostetter Stomach Bitten provokes Um envy of ignorant nostrum mongers in all part, ol Uie ooontry, and the counterfeiting "bni.iriess bavins leen meaavreably played oat in consequence of the numerous snits instituted against tLe offenders, a new system o( tactics has been adopted. In the Sooth nd Vest especially, a. legion of "Bitters," prep&ted from worthless materials and hearing a variety of names, bave been rot up by irresponsible adventurers with the hope of substituting them to some exrent for the Standard Tonic of the Age la some cases country drnggists are the concoctors and proprietors of these wnsdcntinjc and trashy compounds, which are warmly recommended by tho credulous in lien of the (treat specific which has never yet had a successful compett tor either among proprietor)' preparations or the medi cines presented in private practice. This notice is iutended to put...

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 August 1870

Poetry. Poetry. THE COWS ARE COMING. BY ALICE ROBBINS. T.ieoow are coming, iemxie dear, mks haste Mid There tn tweaiy nuly beautiss ti be housed and fed laWtt.' . i.V-ii . i That first one with the snow-hite horns is lust as old as Hay; She andmy pet first saw the Ugh the same gJ4 a. tender creature wan she, so weak and co)aV mad thin! John said she was not fit to raise. I said it was a sin " - - - TocastbA'lff.fbrMajbmi'sstie.'" Joa laughed, and utd me belter . : ' . : I thought k beet, opoa ib Whol, to rear ho calves together. But she was spared and so was Hay.' ItsotneUmes seems to me, ...... . . . In Starbright's soft and gentle ejes Hay's pleading ; giancel seei - ; ; :. - -I love the creatnreygn may jualls perhaps my fancies mock? ---". She's fairest of the herd, as Hsy's the sweetest of i -the flock. . -n , ,,r r. r - n i - , . . . . .. , , f - - . . - . . There's ' Msj. her arms round SHarbrighPs neck the girl is nine to-day, -' A frolicsome and genial thing, at study or at ...

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 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOStPS A. KELLT, KDITOB AFD PROPRIETOR. irCONlSSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, .... AusrnKt 12, ISTO. Democratic Stale Ticket. BKCRKTART OF FT ATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY. fitTPBKMK JCDGC, BICHABD A. HARRISON. corrwuxKR of the trxascrt, JOHN II . HEATOX. VKMBKR BOARD OF FT HI JO ?TORka, WILLIAM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. OR CONGEES?, 15TH PISTMCT, JOHN CARTWRIGHT. REPORT OF OUR CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. Marietta, O., Aug. 4, 1870. The Democratic Nominating Con vention for the Fifteenth Ohio Dis trict met at the Court-honse, in Ma rietta, at ten o'clock this morning, and organized teraporanlj by the epjointment of P. B. Buell, Esq., of Washington County, as Chair man, and Henry W. West, of Mon roe County, as Secretary pro tern. The usual Committee on Creden tials, on permanent Organization and Resolutions were named, and the Convention took a recess nntil about one o'clock p. m. After reas sembling, the Committee on perma- Tint Organization reported W. Keed Golden,...

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 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A IEAH Iff ADTAHCE. M CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, - . . August 12, I8TO. Prohibition Count j Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JOHN H. MDRRY. FOR t BOflECCTJKO ATTORNEY, J08HUA T: CREW. FOR COMXtSSIOKER, WILLIAM II . COOL. FOR IKFIRHART DIRECTOR, SIMPKIN H. BROWN The Conservative for the Campaign. " 11 AvMvanv a wtv TrW I.! rU,v of istoXTo cis. ' All friends of the paper are solicited io act as Aeents for it. Uet up your uiuus hm I The Conservative for the Campaign. Notice to Contractors. ,, , , Rev. P. J. Catber, C. L. Barker, and C. M. Roberts, are ready to receive bids for bu ildine a Baptist Cb urch in McConnele- ville. mmm 1 GAYLORD'S CONVENTION. Ou last Saturday, Gaylord's Conven- lion met in the Town Da J. About fortv delegates were present. They nominated Robert A. Pinkerton as a candidate for Treasurer William Sher- wood for Commissioner: and John Xlev for Infirmkrv Director. Not vinr t nVfain anv ttmW mil. f which to make a candidate for Prose- cuting Attorne...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 12 August 1870

Special Uoticrs. THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE ACE. DR. KKNSfil". of Roxbaty. his discovered in one of oar oomruan pasture weeds a rem 1 f that cares KVKRY K1MUF Ml'MDK. fn.m the VVOKST SOKOhVLA dowu toaOOMMON rHMPlj'- Two bodies are warranted to core a nursing bo re month. One or three bottle will core toe wont kind of pimples on the foa. Two or three bottle will clear the ay stem of bile. Twoboule are warranted to care the worst canker in the stomach. Three to five bottle are warranted to care the worst kind of erysipelas. One or two bottles are warranted to core all h tan or in the eyes. . , ". , ' -- Two bottles are warranted to car tannine of the ears and blotches amor- the hair. . Poor to six bottle are warranted to cn-e eorrapt and running ulcere. . if teea to twenty bot tie will care scil ernption of the skin. Two or three bottle are warranted to em the worst kind of ringworm. Two to three bottle are warranted to cure uie most desperate ooae ot rheumatism-. Three or ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 August 1870

Poetry. From the Atlantic Monthly for August. DOROTHY IN THE GARRET. BY F. T. TROWBRIDGE. In the low-rftered Ram, stooping . Carefully over the creaking boards. Old Maid Dorothy goes -Rroping Among the dusty and cob ebbed boaris; - Sacking some bundle of patches, hid t Far uuder the eves, or bunch of sage, ; Or satchel hong on its nail, amid The heirlooms of a bygone age. There is the ancient family chest, There the ancestral caras and hatchel; Dorothy, sighing, sinks down to rest. torgetinl-et patches, sage, and satchel. Ghosts of faces peer lrom the gloom , Of the cluuney, where, with swifts and reel. And the long-disused, dismantled loom, . btands the old-fashioned spinning-wheel. She sees it back ta tie clean-swept kitchen, A part ef her girlhoou's little world; Her mother Is there by the window, stitching; Spindle busies, and reel is whirled Withmmya click; on her littls stool She aii a. a child, by the open door, ' Watching and dabbling her feet in the pool Of sunshine spilled...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. JTC0NH3LSYILLE, OHIO : FRin.1T, .... August 19, ISTO. Democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM HEISLEY. srPRKME JCDC.R, KICIIAEDA. HARRISON. COXTR"LLKR OF THE TREASCRT. JOHN II . II E A T O N . MEMBER BOARD OF PCBI.IC WORK, WILLIAM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. FOR CONGRESS, 15TH DISTRICT, JOHN CART WRIGHT. t, The Marietta Times commends John Cartwright, our candidate for Congress, in this style: "John Cartwright, our nominee for Congress, is a well known and favora bly known citizen of Poineroy. His abilities are good; his judgment is clear and sound; and his personal char acter is absolutely unassailable. A man of strict moderation in intellect and temper; of cautious, but decided opinions; and, above all, of incorrnpti ble honesty he is exactly the person to represent the people of the Fifteenth District in the Federal Congress. This is a strong commendation, but it is not meant as commonplace puffe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADVAXCE. lfCONSiLSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . August 19,1S70. Prohibition County Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JOHN H. MURKY. FOR PROSECCTIXG ATTORSET, JOSHUA T. CREW. FOR COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM H . COOL. FOR IXFIKMARY DIRECTOR, SIMPKIN H. BROWN. The Conservative for the Campaign. You can have the OysERViTiTK, for the Campaign of 1870, for40 Cl. All friends of the paper are solicited to act aa Agents for it. Get up your Clubs. Notice to Contractors. Ker. F. J. Calher, C. L. Barker, and C. M. Robert, are ready to receive bids for building a Baptist Church in MeConnels ville. Remember the Odd Fel'ows' celebra tion, at Union ville, to-morrow. t. East Street has been surveyed preparatory to grading. The Presbyterian Church has a new roof. The location of the Pulpit is to be changed, 60on, from its present place to the back part of the Church. Notice our market reports. They are corrected every week without ex ception; and are worth to any farmer more than the p...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 19 August 1870

Spt nat ucttccs. THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE ACE. ffcR. KENNEDY, of Rorbnry.bas discovered I in I W one of oar common put are weeds remedy that cures KVKKV KIND UK HI MOR, from the WORST SCIWrULAdowntoaOOMMON Pl.Ml'LK. Two bottles are warranted to core a nursing aore mouth- ..-. One to three bottles wid core the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles. 'I wo bottles are warranted to core the worst canker in the stomac". Three to nve bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of erysipelas. Une or two bottles are warranted to core all humor in the eyes. , Two bottles are warranted to core running of the ears and blotches among t he hair. r oar to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers. , Fifteen to twenty bottles will cure scaly eruptions the skin. , Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of ringworm. - Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. 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. — 26 August 1870

The Poet's Corner. THROUGH THE WHEAT. ST FLORENCE PERCY. Once, when my heart and I were young. We wandered, restless, by sea and strand, and lingered a little epac- among Tne grassy valleys ol Switzerland, Where watchful summits forever frown, Through blue air slanting, clear and keen, Wearing proudly their icy crown, n iiile happy hamlets smile between ; Where rapid torrents rejoicing run. Leaning the cliffs in strength and pride, Like snow-white ribbons, in wind and son, Flntiering down the mountain side; Waere smoke-like cloudlirgs of tender blue Aapple the sic pes in tender spots. And sweetly change on a nearer view. To drills of iairest forge me-nois. Often at eve, when the sun was low, And the mountain shadows grew dark and vast, I watched the cottagers wending slow Home to rest when their toil was past. Two walked lovingly side by side, E peaking softly, as lovers speak He with an air of manly pride, She with a blush on her sun-browned cheek - Hand in hand, through the evenin...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KF.LLT, KK1TOB AXD TKOFKIETOn. M'COKHSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, .... August 2fi, IStO. Democratic Slate Ticket. FECRKTARY OF STATE, "WILLIAM IIEISLEY. SUPREME JCDOK, BIC1TARDA. HARRISON CONTROLLER OF THE TREASURY, J O II X II . II E A T () X . MEMBER BOARD OF PCBMC WiRK, T7ILLIAJI SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. TOR CONGEES?, loTH WSTKICT, JOHN CART W RIGHT. HON. W. P. SPRAGUE. The Radical Candidate for Congress. William V. Sprague, the Radical can didate for Congress in this District, was born near the month of Island Run, in Bloom township, this county, on the 21st of May, IS27, and has resided in this county all his days. The most r.f his business life has been that of a Dry Goods merchant, in which business he is now engaged. In politics, he has always been one of the most ultra of his party, and now endorses all the most cu'pable acts of the present Ad ministration and of tlie last session of Congress. As a local politician, he has been activ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 August 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. .T . r- TW'O. 130LL.4US A ICAH IX iDTJLVCE. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . August 86,1870. Prohibition Count j Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JOHN II. MUREY. ton PROPECCT1XG ATTORNEY, JOSHUA T. CREW. FOU COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM II . COOL. l'OR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR, SIMPKIS II . BROWN. The Conservative for the Campaign. You can have the Coxskryattvf, for the Campaign of 1870, for 40 Cts. All friends of the paper are solicited io act as Agents for it. tiet up your i iuds. Oca Fubhc Schools commence on Ilonday, the 5th of next month. The Public Schools of Malta, be gin on Monday, tbe 12th of next month. Mattie Pic kett's privato school, m Malta, gave an exhibition on Tuesday eycning. Our County Board of Agriculture is doing all it can to give life and interest to our approaching Annual Fair. Ox Sunday evening, Dr. T. A Reamy, of Zanesville, lectured to young men and women, in the M. E. Church. lie cannot be considered a success as a lecturer. Ox Tuesday, Holmes Stall was ar raign...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 26 August 1870

Spcrinl Notices. rrrrrrrrrrtrt Time Tests the Merits of all Things 1840 to 1870. FOR THIRTY YEARS I Perry Davis' Pain killer H been tasted in every variety of climate, and t almost neij nation known to Americans. It is the almost constant companion and inestimable fnend of te missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and WITUOUT1T taTei 0" LAJJti OR fcIVKS Pain Killer vm the First and is the Only Permanent Pain Reliever. (since the PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and met with each unsurpassed rale, many Liniments, Uxueps, Panaceas, and other Remedies have been ouered to the public, but none of them h-e attained the truly ektiablx sxaNDQio of the FAIN KILL kit. WHY 13 THIS SO ? It is because DAVIS PAIN KTU.FR is what It claims to be, a Reliever of Pain. ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. If yon are suffering from IKTKRNAL PAIN, twtmtM to thirty drop tat a Uule mur will almost instantly eure yon. There is nothing to equal it. In a few moments it cures Colics, Cramps, Spasms, Heartburn....

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 September 1870

Poetry. TOWARD EVENING. Father, the ahaaow fall Alone mT way : . 'Tia past the noon of day, My "weBtorins jat tun;' tells that tie evt Is near; k fl bo fear. ( I know, but Uvi nn haw eone home- . s ' A hoi band v " I hear Uiem call n8 torn the spirit land AeenUecall; Tea. dear ones, I shall omoe.. . , , r . O, noil alone 1 though now.' ' ' i ' - ' -' J I load the Tin. - And with uncovered head 1'rcos on where others led,.-. -t I am not left atone, j'; . . .j Though they are gone j , Sweet voices of the past" t - And of to-day " The loved that runsd cy way - , , , Still twice around say heart,-! , -' j Tell me how good thou art. nr O holy Ugnt and Jbove I earn an niy soul. 1 ' ' My inmofct life control , ' -r Then may each pore thought spring And peace, with frentie-wing,-" . Brood like the dor.-.", : r. I i "2 Selected Miscellany. THE POWER OF A CHILD'S FACE. THE POWER OF A CHILD'S FACE. BY REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. Every intelligent 'American, in "crossing the ocean, has a lirely de...

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 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. M'CON-NELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, Sept. 2, ISTO. democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM HE IS LEY. SrpRKME JCDGK, RICHARD A. HARRISON. COXT ROLLER OF TBS TREASURY, JOHN II . H E A T O N . NKVBKR BOARD OF PCBLIC WuRKS, WILLIAM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC -Congregational Ticket. roa congress, 15th distbict, JOHN CARTWRIGHT. JOHN CARTWRIGHT, Democratic Candidate for Congress. Our candidate for Congress, Jobs CARTWRiHT,of Pomeroy, Meigs County, is a hearty, active and energetic man of fifty-Bix years of age, and was bora in Rockbridge County, Virginia; but has lived in Ohio ever since he was four jeirsold. In 1843, he settled in Pom e roy, and commenced the practice of the law, and has ever since resided there, following his profession. Up to 1S53, he belonged to the Whig party j and from '53 to "55, he was allied to none of the political parties of the day; but since '56 he has been a Democrat. He sever has held but one offi...

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 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAK I AUVAXCC. MXX)NNEL3VILLE : FRIDAY,' .... Sept. 2, IS7Q. Prohibition County Ticket. FCK TRKAPFBER, JO IIS U- MUURY. VOR PROSECCTIXG ATTOBXET, .JOSHUA T. CREW. TOR COMMISSIOSEB, W I L L 1 A 31 ' 11 . C O O L . ' FOR 1SF1KHAKT DIRECTOR, SIMPK1N H. BROWS'. Uotice new advertisements. "We had quite a wind storm on Moiv day afternoon. ' - - " The Parkoibburg Gazette brag of a fifteen and-a half pound baby. The Circus did not amount to much. It did not arrive in time to give an af ternoon entertainment. It it is a pleasant day, there Trill be a large crowd of people, on next Sab bath, in attendance on the Camp Meet ing, now in operation on Jacob Mum- mey's farm, in lleigsville township. The old school building, in the South east end of town, which was purchased by the Catholics some time last spring, is beiu z fitted tip for a Catholic Church. Father HcKearnan is to preach there regularly on the last Sabbath in every month. ' It is reported on the stree...

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 September 1870

P r rrr r r f - Tine Tests tha Kents elan Tnms 1S40- to 1870. for th:rty YEARS I . Perry Davis5 Pain Killer Hu been tested la every variety of climate, and by aim, every nation ka-vwn to Americans. It is the almost constant companion and inestimable friend of tbeaussisuary and the traveler, on sea and land, and no one should uavel oa r LAKES OK KIVKKd WITHOUT IT. Pain Killer was tie rirst and is the Only Permanent Pain Reliever. Sine tb PAIS! Kni.FR was fin introduced, and met vita each unsurpassed rale, many Liniments, Kixd- rs, Panaceas, ami other Rf.memf.s have been oered to Use pn'juc, bnt none of them hare attained the truly E viable staidls of the PAIN K.ILLJ-.K. ;-: rmr is this so ? It Is because DAVIS PAIS KILLE3 is what claims to be, a Keliever of 1'ain, iTS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. If yen are suffering from TJVXKRNAL PAIN, trnnt to Uart i iir.p m lull tuiUr wul etxnost instantly cure yaa. ! bere is nothing o equal it. In a few moments it caw Colics, CrEupn, Spasms, Ueertour...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
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