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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 September 1870

Poetry. WISHING. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Of 11 the amusements of the mind, " From logic aown to fishing. There Isn't one that yon can find - 80 very cheap as "wishing A very choice diversion, too. It we but rhihUy nse it .And not, as we are apt to do. Pervert it, nd abuse it. A wish common wish indeed . My par? warsonrewhat fwter, That I might cheer the child of need, And not my pride to flatter I That I might make oppression reel, asonly gold can xnake it, And break the tyrant' rod ofeteel, as only gold en break it. I wish that sympathy an 1 love. And every human passion That has its orl.in above, . Would eome and keep in fashion ; That scorn, and jealousy, and hate, And every base emotion, Were buried fifty fathoms deep - - . lieneath the waves of ocean. I wish that friends were always true, And motives always pure; I wish the good were not so few, I wish the lad were fewer; I wish that persons ne'er forgot To need their pious teaching;" I wish that practicing was not 80 different from p...

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 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KEIiY, EDITOR AUD PROPRIETOR. JH'CONELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, ..... Sept. 9, IStO. Democratic stale Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM II E I S L E Y . SCPREME JtDGK, RICHARD A. HARRISON COXTRf'LLKR OF THE TREASURY-, J O H X II . HE A TON. MKMBKR BOARD OF PCBI.IC WORK", WILLIAM SPENCER. BE3IOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. TOE CONGRESS", 15TU DISTRICT, JOHN CART W R I G II T . The Queen of England, who rules but does not govern, has excited some bad feeling in London in consequence of her retiring to the sea side for recrea tion at the present critical time in pub lie affairs. It is demanded that she re turn to the Capital and perform the duties of her station. In this country so simple is the structure and machin ery of government that it does not re quire average talent to manage it, nor even the presence of the Chief nor his ' .abinet, where the archives and flag rep resent the Capital. With as little con :ern for the interests of the people, as the Sulta...

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 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADVANCE. M'COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, .... Sept. 8- Irbibltf on County Ticket. FOB TREASURER. JOHN H. JIURET. FOR PROSECCTIXO ATTORKET, JOSHUA T. CREW. FOU COMMISSIOKER, WILLIAM II. COOL. FOR IXFIRMART DIRECTOR, SI 51 PK IN H. BROWN. Tuc District Court adjourned on Thursday. The South-Western Kail Road was appraised at $G0,fiQ0. S. H. Guthrie, of Zanesville, has made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors. James Fulton, Esq., is the assignee - TTe notice that Attorney-General Pond, who has been in town for a few days back, is looking quite well, not withstanding his recent spell of sick ness. TJie Camp meeting on Jacob Mum nicy's farm broke up on Wednesday. Those that attended on last Sunday complained of everything but that of having a dry t:m. Foreign attorneys in attendance on our District Court were as follows: Col. Wm. Ball, Judge L. P. Marsh, Hon. John O'Xeil, Judge E. E. Evans, all of Zanesville, and S. E. Robinson, Esq., of Beverly...

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 September 1870

Special Jlcticw. JOB MOSES' Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. These invaluable Fills are unfailing in the cure of al those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. They moderate ail ex cesses and removes obstructions, from whatever cause. TO HURRIED UIDIES They are particularly suited. They will in a short time, bnox on the month It period with regularity, and although ver powerful contain nothing burtrul to to Oonstitctioa. In ail eases of Nervous and Spinal Affec tions, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion. PalDitation of the Hotri KmtArim and W hites, they will effect a cure when all other means nave rauea. I ne pamphlet around eaoh package has roll directions and advice, or will be eent free to all wnung roc u seaiea from ooeerration. SPECIAL NOTICE. Joi Htm Sfr Jam Clark', remote Pi lb an item ieeJy (JoUTtTERKEITEn. Tkt genuine kotx the turn of "JOB MOSMS" on eochpockage. All othrrrare trorth I'm. N. B. In aQ eases where the ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 September 1870

The Poet's Corner. GOOD NIGHT. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF GIEBEL, BY DR. N. B. ADAMS. Themoonherfiock Is guiding. While night is on the fell cut earth; iclosds beneath her E'idiuij. She piv her gitle ciht sou g birth. And sue so sweety einseth, . So soft her music liicgrth. Jots Buy heart in silence eliding. Ixt thy slumber quiet be; The noisy day has fled in sir; The love cf Uod doth cover thee Everywhere. The birds are homeward wending; Tbey seek on hijrh their sheltering nests; Bach twig and floweret bending. In the blend, smiling moonlight, retts. The water-mill is qnlet ; 'lhe brook forfj-te He riot. Its murmnrs with tho stillness blending. Let thy sinmber quiet be; The noiey cay has ted in air; The love of God doth cover thee Everywhere. It is the hour of dreamlnp; lis welcome sprites are at the dnor; Bone, in the palace beaming. The harper clmitt-d, all arc o'er. At sea tde fisher sieepetu; His watch the shepherd keepeth. Theitmuntain fires around him gleaming, Let thy slu...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEI'H A. KEIXT, EDITOR ASD PROPRIKTOK. H'C0NAT3LSVILLK, OHIO : FRIDAY, Sept IC, lSlO. lcuiocrailc Slate licUt-t. SKCT.KTAIiT OF KTATF, WILLIAM 1IE1SI-EY. KITRKME Jl'DtiK, K I C II A 11 D A . HARRISON COSTIN'LLF.ROF Tilt TKEASCKT, JOHN II. 11 EATON". HEXUKR BOARD OF ri bl.CC W-KK. WILLIAM SPEXCEK. DC3IOCIIATIC Congressional Ticket. TOR CONGKE.--S. 15m DISTHICT, JOHN CAR T W KIGI1T. DC.liOCU.lTlC M ass !NJee tings!! The Democratic Executive Commit tee, of Ohio, has appointed a GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY I! to be held in McConnelsville, on Saturday, the Sth of October. GEXEKAL THOMAS EWIXG.Jr and CObOXEL JOHN C. GROOM will address the people. Also, on Friday, the 7th of October, the above mentioned gentlemen will speak in Teverly. On Tuesday, October 4th, Hon. ALLEN G. THURMAN and Colonel GEORGE Vv. ANDREWS will speak in Marietta. The Garfield Meeting. On Wednesday, Gen. J. A. Gar field spoke in the interests of the Republicans, at the grove eafet ol town. Tho meeting w...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLAItS A I2AK IS ADIAXCC. il'CONNELaVlLLE : FRIDAY P- 16,ISyO. I oLTibid cn C uuuly '1 ickfct. FOIV TkKASUBER, JOHN II MURRY. FOR PKOSECrTINO ATTORXET, JOSHUA T . CUE Y . FOlt OOMMISSIO.VER, WILLIAM II . COOL. FOR 1XFIKMRY DIRECTOR, SIMPK1S H . BKOWX I'ttoiiiniTio.v ItTiiSS SXSBTINGS! MAjor J. AV. Stixchcoib, of Logan, Hocking County, will address the peo ple on the claims of the Prohibition rvlT, at IMcConnlsville. on .S.l TUJtDA Y EYEXIXG, Septem ber 21th, iu fron of the Court Uouse. A10, The Mnjor will address the people o ( 'lir'str field, on Fit I DAT EVEXFG, Septembe rs.!. TITflY OUT! every one. and hear the Doctrine of Prohibition ably set forth. By order of COMMITTEE. irc''onn"lsvi'l. Sept. 16. DR. ISAAC PARKER. Prohibition Candidate for Congress. Th Proliibitionints, of this, the J5?h PiKlrict, hnve nominated Dr Isaac Parker, of Chester Hill, thip co'utitr, as their candidate for Con press. Dr. Parker has been a prac licjnjr phjniciun, located in Cl'...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 16 September 1870

SpfricipoticM. LATEST EVIDENCE! CT75J2 COUGH. USE THE BEST REMEDY. Evert day brines strong proof of the Great Value ot this LUNG BALSAM. Read the FolloTrins. IBrix-.rnt. Oztvm Co., Wia., a nr. lo, lff. IIwmi J. N. HAkKis A V, Cincinnati, Ohio: Gtmxlemtm: I have rollered with a couph and raiting of pblerm for many years. 1 rot so weak 1 could Dot walk. I bare emptied several Doctors to attend me bat received do benefit or relief. Yonr A rent, Mr. N. Yoodr, Druaziet at Port Washington, recom mended me to try Alien's Lung Balsam. 1 have used several bottles of it, and it bas entirety cured roe. With ranch gratitude I make tbis knosra to yon that others may know the value of vonr Kalsam. Yours, very truly. UOTTLKIB KRIKNITZ. I cheerfully attest that the above st-ternent is true. Yours respectfully, N. YGUKCi, Druggist. OzaBaaE, August 10, 1869. Sy Consnmption Eronrht -SJmoGt to the Grave, KVERYDHY SUCH KVlDEJfCR AS TUB FOL- llOVL!Sti IS KK'.'KIVKD KHOWIXO THK URKAT V ALU H OK ALLKN'S LU...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 September 1870

Poetry. WHICH WAY THE WIND BLEW WHICH WAY THE WIND BLEW I. Th win came tgi,"t"e wiiid c4m down, And eve the pardon-wall: ". t 1Sby shouW a pretty niatWrt frown ' IX lover clioose to call ? The ruflled roses bowed their heads lBfhowro-friTDt dew: Bit imer the skict youculfct't nrrmlir . - Wfiirfrway the sweet wind blew - II. Il's bey, for tossing buds and leaves When the Windsor morning blow Teil toe bow long a lover prieva r . -r-Wbeti a Biiidea answers o ;" - ' For another step was at tha aste,' ' ' And the hearts that luet were true; By many a tsipn yoa conld dmue .1 Whkh wsylhe fwee wlad : II. General Intelligence. PROVISIONAL MINISTRY OF FRANCE. JULES FAVRE. Gabriel Claude Jules Favre, who has been placed at the head of the Provisional Government of Franco its Minister of Foreign Affairs, is an eminent lawver and politician. He was born in Lyons, March 21, 1802. At tha age of twenty-one he took a prominent part in pnblic r.ffairs as the optonent of royalty andhe had just attaine...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. iI'CONJST35LSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, , . . . . Sept. 23, 1STO. Democratic Stale Ticket. PFCRCTAKT F STATE, "WILLIAM II E I S L E Y Sri'RKlIE JUDK, RICHARD A. HARRISON CONTROLLER OF THE TREASURY, JOHN II . HEAT () X . VEXBCR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK. TT I L L I A JI SPEXCEU. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. roK congress, 15th district, JOHN CARTVEIG.ST. TOH MEMBER BOARD EQUALIZATION, JOflX E. HANNA. B8I0CJMT1C Jb ass Meetings!! The Democratic Executive Commit tee, of Ohio, has appointed a GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY! to be held in McConnelsville, on Saturday, the Sth of October. GENERAL THOMAS EWING, Jr. and COLONEL JOHN C. GROOM will address the people. Also, on Friday, the 7th of October, the above mentioned gentlemen will cpeak in Be veil v. On Tuesday, October 4th, Hon ALLEN G. TUURMAN and Colonel GEORGE W. ANDREWS will speak in Marietta. Board of Equalization—Hon. John E. Hanna, Democratic Nominee. The first Board of Equalization 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. — 23 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVES TWO IJOLLARS A IEAK IX ADVANCE. il'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, Sept. 23,ISTO, Prohibition County Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JGflN II- MURRY. FOR KiOSECCTIXU ATTOKXET. JOSHUA T. CREW. FOIl COMMISSIOKER, WILLIAM H . COOL. FOR IXFIKMART DIRECTOR, S 1 11 P K 1 U U . BKOWJf . PHOIUDITPOX BTASS BI2ET1NGS! Major J. W. SnsfCHcr mb, of Eogan, Hocking County, win address the peo ple on the claims of the Tiohibition Tartr, at McConn elsville. on SATUJtDAT EVEXIXG, Septem ber 2 lib, in front of the Court House. ALSO, The Major will address the people of Chesterfield, on FUIDA Y E VEX1JS G, September 23d. ALSO, A i DeavertoTvn, On MONDAY EVENING. Spt. 26th. TZJRX OUT! every one, and bear the Doctrine of Trohibion ably set forth. J5y order of COMMITTEE. McCennelsvi'le, Sept. 16. The repairs on the Catholic Church will cost about- five hundred dollars. A larse flock of Partridges hare been flying about town for a week past. Our neighboring Village of Jialta is doing extensive woik in the ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 September 1870

Special ilcitcf 5. rt s Y il f r LATEST EVIDENCE! CTJT.i: THAT COUGH. USE THE BEST REMEDY. Every d&y brings strong proof of the Great Value of this IUBTG BALSAM. EsadthaFdlcwisg1. rRrt.TrT. OzirKTK fa, Vk, A or. 10. Venn J. N. llAMtiK A Cincinnati, Ohio: Gttiuin: I have suffered with a coop h and raitirjr of phlecm for many jeara, I rot wwakl coo Id not walk- i Lave employed several Doctors to attend me not received no benefit or relief, l our Airent, Mr. IV Yoonir, Drucsist at Port W'abicffton. V is recom mended me to try Allen's I'ting Balaam. I have used fpvm1 bottles of it, and it bas entirely cored me. "VViin much pratitnde I make tfcis known to you tint O'cnrn may know tile vaioe of vonr nalsjim. Voura, very truly, UOTTLK1B K.RIEMTZ. I cheerfully attest thattho above statement is me. Yoon respectfully. 1N YOUXU. Drwfii&U OZAUJaXE, AUtfQot lii, 16!. ZSy Consnmpticn Brought Almost to tie Grave, EVFRYTY SUCH KVIOKXCK S THK 1 OL LOWING IS KfT' KIVK1 MIOWlNti TliK ORKAT VAL...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 September 1870

Poetry. FADED AND DEAD. FADED AND DEAD. BY MRS. S. F. HADDOCK. Whpre are Iheerepn leaves, "Where are die flo'werfc. That bri(;IilcnoJ with bcfialy the lung suiuwor boars, : r -. Where are Uu rainbow, where are the dewe, - " Colors so railiaiit. rems so profuse, Fvlod ana doad. Oh ! soirrthint: po eaj lireatht in those little wortls failed end dead. W re re Ih rosy cheeks, 'where are the eyes, Line as that ether Tail we call the nkios, Where are the white hands, dlmploil and small. Once opened warmlv in rmoiina to all Where arelhu ylosay enr's, where lhe fair head, --" "jus nroumiuuy ludel and dead. - Where is tho rose wreath braided Inr ro, i : - Me uory of yuns life, chlldhortTs brfc LtUe, M. Te are the fond hopes, whore are the dreams, - ttil.'ed with rieacty by life's moraine beams. Ti ' something ansoen, yet something just flint "' Set ds back the wbidi-ered words fadod and dead Earth, lam weary of thee and by penis, Weary of watching the buds ami the stens Witheraway, surl dnai...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. il'CONJNSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, ..... Sept. 30, 1570. Democratic state Ticket. SECRETARY OF FT ATE, "WILLIAM IIEISLEY. 8TTFRKVE JCDGK, RICn ARD A., H A RRISON COST ROLL It It OF THE TREASURY, JOHN II . IIEATON. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK, WILLIAM SPENCER. DEMOCRATIC Congressional Ticket. TOR CONGRESS, 15TH DISTRICT, JOHN C A RT WRI G.H T. TOE MEMBER BOARD EQUALIZATION, JOHN E. HANNA. t DEMOCRATIC HIEETIXGfS. . THE LAST GRAND RA.LLYS - OF THE GEN. THOHAS EW1XG, JR., OF LANCASTER, AKD COLONEL JOHN C. GROOH, OF COLUMBUS, will address the people at McCOKXELSTILLG, o., ON Saturday Evening, October 8, 1870 AESO, They will address the people at DEAVEETOWN, OS Monday Afternoon, October 10, 1S70, Turn out, ye men of all parties, and hear the political questions of the day ablv and eloouently discussed. Bv or der of DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COM 2IITTEE. Sept. 30-2w. THE STINCHCOMB MEETING. On Saturday evening, ns per no "tice given, Major ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 September 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR ADTAAXE. M'COXSELSVILLE : FRIDAY, .... Sept. 30, ISTO. Prohibition County Ticket. FOR TREASURER, JOHN II. MURRY. FOR PROSECCTIKO ATTORNEY, JOSHUA T. CREW. FOU COMMISSIONER, "WILLI A il II . COOL. FOR IXFIRJIART DIRECTOR, SIMPKIS II. BROWN On last Thursday evening, Rev. Cather delivered a telling Prohibition lecture in Malta. Onr townsman, illiam Davis, Jr., beat the "crack" foot-racer of Noble County, at the Fair at Caldwell last week, winning the premium. Married. By Father JTcKiernan, Sunday last, at the bride's residence in "Windsor township, Mr. Patrick Swer- ket, of the firm of P. Sweeney & Co., of this place, and Miss Mart E. Eisixbise. Rev. King, of Zanesville, who was preaching in the Universalist Church, during the forepart of this week, will hold service in the same church on Mondar. Tuesday and Wednesday evenines of next week. We notice that J. J. Stone, agent for Singer's new Improved Family Sew ing Machine, has just received a ne...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 September 1870

Special lioticcs. ?????? LATEST EVIDENCE CUKE TZZA? COUGH. USE THE BEST REMEDY. l.verj day brings strong proof of the Great Value of Uiu LUNG BALSAM Read the Following. r r n,.imnn. W(.. A OK. 10. Tf - iDrum -. ;--. : i liT iinitauU. Ohio: I h.V. Beredwitbm coh and iing ol Pb legm for many years. I rot ' wio Salk f bave employed several atterid in, . . J tumaHl nr rnliAf. YOQt A stent. Wf. H, wTrh id. I mke this kepwi to yon that v5SlTItrn!w. (WTTLEIB KRI F.NITZ. i -v.. fnii. .ttf that the above statement is true. YoVrs reipecMuliy. H. YOUNU. UnwgttU OZAUKSK. August 1U. 1903. By Consumption Brought Almo to the Grave, EVFRY PAY SUOH KVIDKNCK AS TIIK LOWINO IS RKtKIVWJ KHOWINtiP GRKAT VALUK OK ALLhN'S LJJN BAIjSAM ovkr any othkk OOUOU OR LUNG REMKUY it c fiDrtir rv . Wis. .Tulvlfl. 18711 ... - . . i - c.- i ihnnrht 1 would write to yon and tat yon know what your (treat Lnnit Hal-am doinlT for me. Before t.kinK it .1 was helplew; I could only ret short breaths; counbins; conunnauy. OT ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 7 October 1870

Poetry. DO YOU? Borne people hln only to Ue on their becks. And open their aioalas ill wide as they rnxy, And aprlootx, nectarines, peechee by sacks, till into tbeuwute in thencnler way. To? penohos and aprlcota plntus, perbapl t . It may be the canal thtee; to do; Sot why should they fall into lacy folks' laps; - I don't see why 1 Dojomt Tot men may have labored the whole of their Urea Alas, 'tis oertain too many moat I) To own for their sUrrinR children and wires A daily meal, thonrh It be bat a crust I And that ornat ka almost aa rare ae a peach To some poor strain lore and not a few I Why shouldn't ther K-- ----re for each I don't ate why I Bo yon 7 There are men who are rich, or are nobly bom. And they do strange things; bat the world wont To steal were an action mayhap they'd scorn Tetworaa things than theft among crimes there be; Bat In the world somehow they roam at laree (Though earn one hereafter may get hla doe,) And society okwos its eyes to the charge, Idoatseewhyl Do y...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 7 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KEL1T, EDITOR 1KD PEOPr.ltTOR. il'CONKELSYILLE, OHIO : . FRIDAY, Ort. ?, IStO Democratic state Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, "WILLIAM II E ISLE Y. SVPr.KME iCOGK, RICHARD A. IIAKIUSOX. ISTROI.I,KR OF THE TiiKASl'lIY. JOHN II . II EATON". UEV11KR BOARD OP 1'IT.I.IC ' Vf. T7ILLUM STENCKH. BCJIOtntTIC Congressional TicUet. for coNur.Ei. l.rrn Mnir. J O II N C A n T W K I i U T . rVB MEMBER B'"A K I KCTAI-IZATIOX, JOHN E. IIAXNA. DEMOCRATIC JIEETJXGS. HIE LAST (A P IV 1 I? T I "V-J VJlti-iN I I v t lili 1 OF TilE GEN. T 110 HAS EVY1NG, JR., r LANCASTER, AXD COLONEL JOHN C. GR00J2, or coLrjisrs, will address the people at BUCOXSELSTILLC, O., ' . ox Saturday Evening, October 8, 1ST0. ' ALSO, They will address the people at 3D EAVE ETO WZST , ox Monday Afternoon, October l8, 1ST0. Turn out. ye men of all parlies, and Lear the poli'ical questions of the day nblv and eloquently discussed. Bv or der of DE1I0CEATIC CENTRAL COM MITTEE. . Sept. 30-2w. CENTRALIZATION. So...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 7 October 1870

THE . CONSERVATIVE. TWO UULLAHS a year MCONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . Oct. T, ISTO. Prohibition County Ticket. FOIl TREASrRER, . . JOns H. MUKEY. FOR PBOSECTTTXO ATTORXET. JOSHUA T. CREW. FOB, COMJITSSIOXER, "WILLIAM H . COOL. FOR lSFJEMARY DIRECTOR, ' SIMPKIX H . BROWS Get every voter out to the polls on next Tuesday. Don't - forget that next Tuesday is the day of the election. See to it tint the aged, the -infirmi and the careless are at the polls on next Tuesday. , ' Examine your tickets well and see that there are no blanks to be filled tip before voting on next -Tuesday. Be on your gward against fraudulent tickets' and false electioneering stories to be circulated on the morning of the election. -" - Harried, by Elder Dye, on Mon day Oct. 3, 1S70, Mr. Jons Hanson and Miss Eliza Ass Sueets, both of Morgan county, Ohio. - .The Fair has been the largest ever held K the County. . About 800 entries werp made, and more admission tickets were sold than ever before. Remember that one or t...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 7 October 1870

Special gcticcj. " JOS MOSES' Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. Them hmJubl pills are trofalrhw loth on r of all dom pejntal and d&rict-roos (Iimmm to whioh Um female ooauptatntiAn m mltuut l h awwwiat.e. .11 . MMMUdrMMvttUobitnuMMiH.froDi wtialoveroease. TO MARRIED I .A I) I KM Tho an partiottUrir saited. They will In a short ttmc bring oa the monthly period with recalanty: and ajthonjrh very powerful, oontxin nothin; hurtfnj to the oonsutotion. In ail nanrni nf NHnmi nH Sn.n-J A Km. tions. Pains in the Back aad Limbs, fcatiroecm atirat a.i-rwn. rvpfuuoi uw umn, iiymonea ana V hites. the will effect a ear whn mil nthm- mum bare taiiei. Tbe pamphlet aroord soon package baa toll direction and advice, or wUl be seat In to ail wnunc lor H, aeaied from otissrvatioa, SPECIAL NOTICE. Jf fWr Am Ctarkm PtmaU Fills a OoryTKHTOTIIX Ttt Mniw tWt th mamte of MOSES" an ror rwluvi AlioHunarewnrtki. N. B. In all um wher the GKWUiNa enniset be ootained. One ioiiar, with fifteen cents for pomace ...

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