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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 October 1870

Poetry. Poetry. THE FALLING OF THE LEAVE. Tranalatsd from the French of jyierore. bj " : i Eaxd B . fifLLTna ' i Jt , Autumn hath strewn earth's beauteous nca. With all the wardrobe of the woods: Th groves have no myalerou trarv-, . The nightingale in alienee broods. " ' O'er Katnre'a face, from mora to mom. A deathly parlor slowly ete-ala: wooda. - dear, of bfanty ahom. The atnalthy ravajer reveal. Once bhhi, to Tiew the f orast lone. Hi fertile way a youth pursued; . For Death had roarfcealiim for his own, , - And chilled the current! hia blood. "Adieu, beloved erovea. I fall ! In jour aad fate Bij end! et-s: Each falling leaf doth solemn call . In syllablta of death to me. Stem, fatal, Epidaurpan aw, To me. thon say'st, Tbe forest leaf ' Shall eotden In thine eyes sopcar Bat ouee again, thr hoar so brief . 'i. - TV etemil cypn'ss thee ihhhukIs, Taler than anramn'sfeafures pale, Tbou bendeft to tbe tovjb'a dread noonday ' There aoon thy fleetiag routh shall fail.' E'er yet the mea...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. ioara a. kcllt, iDiroa asd pbopuktob. iI'C0NAT3LSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . .... .Oct. 14, IStO. The Progress of Freedom. So groat is tbe uncertainty which attends the development of events iu the f reBent European war, that we do but dare, eomo days before publication, to spoculate as to the result, or even as to the influence which the past developments may La found to have exerted. It is just possible that, by the time this reaches the reader's eyes, some ba sis ot peace may bare been settled, and the armies returning, whilo the poor people of both ronn Ivies go to ihe folemn and tedious task of re building what war has destroyed, and regaining the years of strength and prosperity which battle has re larded. It may be, on the other band, that the war will be found really to have just begun, and that tho drawing in of other great pow ers may extoni its disasters Into new countries and other years. I' is nttcriy unsafe to hazard a proph ecy, and even to make a commen...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 October 1870

CONSERVATIVE TITO DOLLARS A TEAR ADVANCE. IX M'COXNELSVILLE i FRIDAY, , . . Oct. 14, 1STO. THE ; THE ELECTIONS. News throughout the State, at this writing, Thursday morning, is very meagre, but sufficient to indicate a com pleta victory for the Radicals. The following, clipped from the Cincinnati Gazette, of Wednesday morning, the leading Radical paper of Ohio, gives the result from a Republican standpoint: ".Ye bare done veil in Ohio. A year ago we carried tbp State by a majority ol bnt ilt'le over seven thousand. At the hoar Tie write 2 A. M. it looks as it the State was ours this year by a majority of fifteen thousand. Republicans every, where oubt to be, will be, satisfied with this result. . Cousiderkg the fact that it is tie off year, remembering that the cam paign bas been characterized by more apa thy and dalloes than is nsnal even in the off year, Republicans may well rejoice over their success. Olio is still true to the principles she stood by daring the war. and is as pre...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 14 October 1870

Special iMkf. JOB MOSES' Sir Jamss Clarke's Female Pills. "These invaluable Pills mra unfailing in the cure of all those painful end dangerous diseases to which tbi tnn-m constitution is subject, Tbey moderate all ex nssses snrl rensoveeUobaxrucUooa trutn wuaierer caow TO MARRIED l-AIMKM The ere particularly suited. Tbey wiU ia a abort time I?? 1? BMnlnly period with regularity: and although very power! ill, contain nothing borlful to tht oonstitntaon. In all cma of Nervosa and Spinal Affeo uona, Pinis in tbe Back and Umbo, r atieue on stia-ht exertion. Palpitation at tbe Heart, Hystenosand bites, Uiej will effect a ear when all other mesne nave tailel. Tbe pamphlet around each package bat fnll direouona and advice, or will be seat tree to aU mtinitorit.aealKlfromobsor.aOon. SPECIAL NOTICE. JnfclKW mr Jam OarkJa Fhmal Pill orv rim4y OoUJfTKHIXmta. The gmttrin furr Otr name of "J Oh MOSKS am wA wtrhiM. -All tuber or wotcamm N. B. In ail cases where the Gknuink eannet ht viHUDM, un uo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 October 1870

The Poet's Corner. MY SOUL. BY XARIFFA. C -'HowOoob: oe Jailer, wtit thoa.-here detain aLjreatleaa ipirltl" 5ow ,onK I B19T aeek yonder Hi tec. The h&Uowfd and tbe uncnncei ved of brtae jfc ; That aouU inherit- ,-- t.r, .nntr-wr. -- Hnw lorn ero Time, lb biiih Priest coats to ley Hi hand wpnn tirisdnnpeon door of clay . . And break it bars. - And art me fr from mortal feara mi f a da To seek maenad and -Vran soUtudee Among iha mn r Oh, heart ! the heavenly isririU' earthly twin, ,OhI mortal, locfcinp the iviuarrtal in - With hnraan k-v.' J. Hare mercy !- Uif'eawhito 0y watchful fc, ; aid let my prisoned pinions fly to trace - . EtMcitMl Aal yet, oh tender, tboneh moat cruel, h-art, I've much to tbatik thee for before we part To rejoin never -n Bra Times' laat billows I for aye harp enandid, Sre I feue din and roiatv cpe liave rounded v - .' Of the Forever . 2. I from Life's s'junbering "vine rich bloom have plucked- And from it Sweetest frail ay lips haTe snckad - Jjeltclonsjnic...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. Joeani . scut, xsirom i raoraik-voB. M C02fWSL8VILLE, OHIO: FRIDAY, . , . . Oct. 91, IMO. Taut will not b any service in the Presbyteries Church an next Sabbath. Tbb List ef AwsrU crowds eat much !ro pvriael matter thia wek. , Tse Court of Common Flea will last through next week. Seven indictment were Wand by the Grand Jorv, three for liquor eelling, one for dealing, one fr Burglary, and tro for assault and balU.IT. Taa election ns bow show that the Iemcrale have carried Indiana and made faint ef several tVngreesoieu ii renusyl vakie. publish, fur the benefit of the ladies, who arealways Interested in stich visiters, n ecroiut cf the marriage f Mas Amu iU Ot-oJlive, di:Ugblr of Jacob Cxtdlivo, t a resident of this flare, in another wind. '"' Taa Ohio Coolerenec, M. E. fkcn b, al .ora, Ohio, held recently, assigned Rev. T.G. 'Wakefield, of Vntcsm, to too charge of the Malt M. E. Church. liev. Perley B. Davie waa intrvdaced to the Conference, admitted oa trial, and l...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. "TWO DOLLARS A TCAR ADVANCE. -.. - M.COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, ... . . Oct. 21, ISTO.J LIST OF LIST OF AWARDS FOR 1870! List of Premiums Awarded by the Morgan County Agricultural Society, at their Eighteenth Annual Fair, held at McConnelsville. O., on Tuesday, Wednesday. and Thursday, October 4th, 5th and 6th, 1870. Class A. No. 1.—Thoroughbred Horses. James A. HiConnel, JlcCoonels- ills, inaro ovsr 4 years, 1st pre- id i a m, aarae, do 2nd pro. $8 5 same, tackling stallion colt, 1st pretninm, 3 same, brood mare, 1st pre., 8 Class A. No. 2.—Roadsters. James C. Lough ridge, Morgan township, Gtaiion over 4 years, 1st premium, ' $8 L. S. Jenkins, Vlalta; mars ov et- years, 1st premium, ,8 Thomas Etboll, Morgan town ship, tnar over 4 years, 2d pro.. 4 Class A, Xe.Z. Horses for all Work Lutber B. Simpson, Pc-nn town abip, guiding orcr4 years, 2d pre cis m, ... , " (4 Joseph Wagner, UeigsVille tp., marc over 4 years, Zd pretninm. Jonathan Thomas, Marion lp., guiding over 3 ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 21 October 1870

CRAZY CELIA—A LOCAL ROMANCE. A Wild Woman of the Woods—She Carries the Skeleton of Her Babe Carries the Skeleton of Her Babe A Romance in Huron County. From the Huron County (N.T.J N. wi, 8epL 2H. Many years ago, in tbf Dominion of Canada, lived a family f -Lo-iln Vrprinri people, who immicrata luther in the year 1858. A fair toodr flower was the dark eyed Celia, and her three sturdy brothers were jealous ot the man who miV.it in fu ture years secure the budilit-g rose full blown, and break the chain of bappy units nnuuu me saciai lit-artri. Tun passed. The war and ii rewards had called the. brother fr.ua iUtirietne: the father, 'lured ry-t tie rewards which emujigliDg prsc!:kd at the time, and which was enpaped in to sru-u an ex tent on the lake shore, in if e yrirs 18(il 62, had turned his hout fish boat into a dark-sailed smnpK'ing craft. Cciia, flat tered by the commoners and ree agnized by the Wert" on account of her grace and beauty, ail uncaascions of the lanlses father and 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. — 28 October 1870

Poetry. THE NAMELESS DEAD. THE NAMELESS DEAD. TOM. HOOD. ITky do yon wall, o Wind why do yon sigh, 0 Sot f Ja it nawM for ahlpe irons down, with this piti leae ebon on the 1m J Koq, sou, mu In the deaolate sunt tad tlaat I Ah, what is the tale - -- Yon woold fain unveil In your wild, weird elite to me t A. gleeznof white OB the ihorel-lis not the white of foam, Hor wandering eea-MreVs glimmering wing, for at night no af-binis roam. Tie one of the drowned drowned Of the hapleei homeward bound. Last night, re the dark, . There perieh'd a hark On the bar; and twaabonnd for hornet V woman'! cold white eorpee woman eo young . and fair! as, thecrnel etorm hat en twin 'd with weeda the wealth of her welterini! hair; And toe little, Ue little band, Uee Uetleaa and limp on the sand. They had bound her faat To a wreck of a meat; Bat the wild waves wonld not (pare! Look, how they bound and leap cea. themaelrea far o'er the abore, BtrjTlng to seize on their atranded prey, and carry It off oneem...

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 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KELLY, KDlfOlt AND PROPRIETOR. H'COiNtf 3LSVILLJS, OHIO : FRIDAY, Oct. 2S, 1STO. Winter Reading. THE CONSERVATIVE AT CLUB RATES. Wo will send the Conservative for one year, to Clubs, as follows : A Club of fire subscribers, one dollar anJ fifty cenls each, 87.50 Ciub often subscribers, one dol lar and thirty-five cts. each, 13 50 Club of fifteen subscribers, one dollar add twenty sfire cents eacn, lb io Get up your Clubs for tho cheap est county paper in Ohio ! The money must always bo paid in ad vance. Owikq to repairs beirjg made on the Presbyterian Church, there will be no service there on next Sabbath. Chcrch Dedication. On Suik day, tbe 13ih of November next the Hopewell M. '2. Church, TJiiion- ville Circuit, will be dedicated. AH are invited to be present. M. C. GR11IES, Pastor. Special is called to Wm. Cool's advertisement, foucd in another column. Head it over carefullv. The Lecture, on Wednesday eve mnS y -Holmes, of Pittsburgh, subject, "Ourselv...

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 October 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR ADTAXCE. IS ; M'COXXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, Oct. 2S, ISTO. LIST OF LIST OF AWARDS FOR 1870! List of Premiums Awarded by the Morgan County Agricultural Society, at their Eighteenth Annual Fair, held at on Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday, October 4th, 5th, and 6th, 1870 6th, 1870 Class A. No. 1.-Thoroughbred Horses. ' - ses. James A. McConnel, McCotihels ville, mare Dver i years, 1st pretri mm, 'same, : do : 2d pre., ame, Buckling (stallion Colt 1st premium, -same, rood marc, 1st pre, 38 Class A, No. 2.—Roadsters. James C. Longhridge, Morgan township, eUllion over 4 years, 1st premium. L. S. JenkinB, Malta, mare over 4 yean, 1st premium, Thomas Ethell, Ucrgan town ship, mare over 4 years, 2d pre., Class A, No. 2.—Roadsters. Class A, No. 3.-Horses for all Work. .Luther lv Simpson, Penn tp gelding over 4 years, id pre., $4 Joseph Wagner, Meigsvi He tp. mare over 4 years, 2d pre., , Johnathan Thomas, Marion tp., gelding over 3 years, 1st pre., Joseph Wood...

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 October 1870

Special Notices. Spread the Truth. Some medical men insist that K li undignified to advertise s remedy, however Tamable it maybe. Queer reasoning ttis. It la like earing that an article which the world needs ahonld be hid in a oorner that benefits and blessings may be too widely diffused that the means of protecting and restoring health should be a close monopoly, a nd sot acc3ssible to all. The argument is bad. It is worse than that; it is Mioua. Suppose Hostet ter's Stomach Bitten an absolute specific for dys pepsia, bilioutneas and nervous debility had sever been known beyond the TtptrUrin of the faculty, what would hare been the consequence. Instead of curing aud invigorating millions, the good effects of the preparation would have been confined to comparative few. There is the highest authority for saying that light should not be held under bushel ; that whatever is excellent ahonld be placed as a city on a hill, where all men can take cogni zance of it. It is upon this princip...

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

Poetry. WITHIN AND WITHOUT. WITHIN AND WITHOUT. BY LOUISA PIERSON. T imajy wttbfa and not wifboct, - - The world we make our own. And silent hope sad trembling doebt Areroooarobs tothetbr ne; Wnlle Joy end arrow, grief end pain Within, alternate Tin e and reien, And UcTit and shadow each mnst win: Til all within lis all iUiin ! Tbe drw-drop fcan?i opoa the Sower, Anal snnelilne batbee the earth tith viTirrtr lire and power. - s at CmttoD'i birth I But ran and Ap w-drop Tminlj eieam. Their beauty si a weary dream ; . Oar beerte are not what the? hare been. Us ell within, 'Us all within 1 While blotnuine deck the aweet spring bough, '- and trembling team mmt ln rbriUtnceocentseoft and low "Wtth Wktnre's rolee to pray.. The dawning eweespese of tbe year la dimmed with erory falling tear Bo oold I when Tooth baa passed away, " 11a all within our night or da; I And aeaaone aMde with doWrr-tree . - In hyactnthe or gold: . -' ' " . TbfY eoatter rnoense oVr our dead. They woo ns to the fold...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 November 1870

,:he conservative JOSEPH A. KSU.T, X9ITOB. A.XD PROPRIETOR. - il'CONtf 2LSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . , .. . Xot. 4, IS'tQ Winter ISeadins thb-CONSERVATIVE AT CHUB RATES. We will send the Consekvativi for one year, to CIubs,as follow :' ' AClab of five subscribers, one . -dulhir uaJ fifty ceu'-sjeach, '57.60 Club of ten subscribers, one dol lar and thirty-five cts. each, '23 50 Club of fifteen subscribers, one dolour and tweiity-fiye cents mcb, 18 75 Get up yoar Clubs for tho theap eet county paper in Ohio ! The money must always be paid m ad vance. , , VOTERS AND SOLDIERS!! FACTS BEARING ON THE COMING ELECTION IN NEW YORK! NEW YORK! The Difference Between a Radical Enrollment for Fighting Purposes and a Radical Census for Voting Purposes. Ex-Governor Seymour, of New YorK, delivered & very remarkable ejieeeb in Oneida county, of that, btate, last week, which is attracting a great deal ot attention in the E6t It. was in reference to the charge mat tr.e voto in the city of .New York i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 November 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE.' ' A"0 UULL4US A IX ADT.WCE. . ' , il'COXXELSVILLE . - . . FRIDAY, JEov. 4, ISTO. - Notice. A stated commumca : lion of Corinthian Lodge, F. & A. : JL, will be be!d in their Hall, Tuesday evening, November 8,1870, - for work nnd election of officers lor . the ensuing year. Lodge opens at o'clock, P. M. A largc.and early attendance is expected. . W. A. 11. Main street is being improved muchly. " Tee improvements on the Malta streets will only cost about fifteen hundred dollars. Rev. C. Y. Coc rteight wiH preach in the M. E. Church of this place, next Sabbath evening. . Toe Ohio Board of Equalization elected at tho late election, stands a tic, politically being composed u 17 Democrats tnd 17 Republicans " 2ev. G. J. Smith preached his farewell sermon hero on last Sun day evening.. The peopled Logan will:find Mr. " Smith an earnest worker in the cause of Curistiani A great deal iseing said about the approaching New York election, and the frauds that have been usue...

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

Special Itoiteej, flinK 13 RE AT AMERICAN REMEDIES. The world tMhal mwt-A to pr4ac Ibetr llUlflU PI 1 9 ff The best Ne-vraa in tha WoriA UrtlUtl UUntOarta ill Nnroa. 3ompUuta frtn any eaaee. Stomach and Blood Pan her. A. Cb.woe Tonic and Rabicant. A a wab or adjunct to tbe bath it baa no equtl. 4b a Nareenr Wanfa it m mntvreU a-riliam remoro all chedDjc. imtation. ta Mothioa;. and graves ib akin entooth aavaivvt. No man, woman or child, or well) thoald c without wjb it fromdary to weekly in their waah or bath, UnWrV fPV AnBr fwlineoom fir Irnnrmr nUtl UClf rnaa rd a!'t i'e"i kmnUinta. A atanTgprpntira and core tor all Suninil Oomplainta no Lira t 'lrwrn. "iWIVTRSAl HMR RPHWrii C" '! H-Vdl ZZZZZhZ: m i . Wutlfni drLL.. and quick color reetoratiTe, clean and harmioas, i-ad m rareiKK, All tho abnro warranted in every ease. Retailed hj drarriBia at Al aod exoreaaed by a verrwher. Six boiUea for .. A dtraee rUKllK Al WORKS mifrnln. N. Y. I. RaOJ Co , Wholesale Areata, bofialo. JOB KEOSSS...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 November 1870

Poetry. Poetry. MY LOVE. v r,yy " la m"". bet is aarohaay . t r " - re roarSiiakA, totm and -, ' , 14 Tnat gather Ughtly whan aba t-peakt, T T"''!' A4WowjKii4H-aaepao-toRw. " J Bfc rum mnrt Hfc-i rrnmf nh'ta Ttun. Wittun whoae heart b!uetl, Softly aofoldtng m it frrowi Bat ah, toaadbetystl ( i iiBhi1i1i Br aotUBB it -' . Her wmie bda veil thca from year sight; Ami fHUui -Bdamlv with hcbt: --.; An A when b bean of tome dintre , And on tlx laches tears an wet, ' - They look with soah paused tendorueaa - Bat ah. lhave BOtlonnd her yet I v a- - , ; r , V- Acroaa lk-rorow In erB braldi ... toamootlilji aid her gioaav hair: . - Ht love has Baed ol nofaiaemida, ,1 Or tricka of dreaa, to mate tar (Mr. :. v - - Bhe oa not ed from afUamtraina -w' A gorgeas dignity to gt ; . v-, In her aofVijonielydraBe ahTelgrja . : - entahj iaTanotfonadhoryetl. gha winaTtmr heart a hundred aajai 3 j , ' . laying albht hand oiyair arm, ' Showina ia all aha doea and says " a AAtrvT deferential charm; Hrrrtnr x...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 November 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. KWCrS . KEU.T, XMTOS AID rRorslCTO. Jt'COttNXLSVILLE, OI1IO : raiD4Y, o li. ist. Winter Reading THE CONSERVATIVE AT CLTJB RATES, T wUl Mod lha CojumvaTivi for oo year, to Clubs, at follow : A Clab of fire enbscnbors, one " dollar anJ filly cenia each, S7S0 Clab of ten subscribers, one lol- Ut and thirty-fire cu. eacb, 13 60 Club o fifteen sobscribexs, one dollar &d twenty fire cnu eats. 18 75 Get ip your Clubs fur the hep et conniy paper in Ohio I Tae moatr must alwnj-i be paid in advance. OUR POLITICS The time has come in our national politic when interested politicians and place-seeker are .earnestly calling to the attention of their constituents me graceful sentiment of Whittier, though it must be confessed, in somewhat dif ferent language : "The erowaini feet Th kinglieat act Of Treed cm, ia th freemaa' vole." .And they are further anxious to im press upon their follower a belief in the treat future of our country. They tell us of the great Republic, who ea...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 November 1870

or THE CONSERVATIVE T0 AUVA.ICK. liCONSELsVILLE : ' FJIID4T, . . ... Swai. BBI-TOI 111ELE. c OCIETX will be held at the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath, at 10 o'clock. A. M. Rev. C. CouAright will be in attendance to address the merlins- A lull attend- ' ance U requested. D. Li JEXKIS9. I'rest. soma Morgan Co. Medical Sotlciy. An adj nrr.rd iwetitijf -I tl.e '-fjn Ce, M-dic I Society will le 1m 1 1 in the r- 'j iii.ine H'her'S -n's lrosf eiior, in .Ve-C-uceii!!-. m lUrIAT, J IN, or.!, lSl. Ii is bp d 'In re will tie a tail and nrn al'tcdiooe. I Vv. I It', "70,1 1. " Agrlca.tarat Meeting. - Tii o Board of - Directors of ' Ihe Hortfun County Agricultural Socie it will tnrrt at the Mayor's OfSsc, - in JlcdonneUvilie, n , Sccdaj,5cTrabrr!l, !S70. ' " lit 10 o'clock, A. U., to award pre miums on Field Crop,' and (or the transaction fif other imporlarit bu 6i n ess. By order of the Board. . Jons Adair, Secretary. ; XoTcmfccr 11, 1870 2w. - Tn total population of Ohio is now 2,652.302. . ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 November 1870

Special Notices To the Martyrs of Liver Complaint. Among the wonderful medial properties which renaema uostetter's Stomach Bitten pre eminent among the health-restoring preparation f the age. Ha aoU bilioaa vtrtnea are not the least remarkable. Ko wortu can do jtistioe to its marvel cm effect upon the diseased liver.; Perhapathe simple words of a convalescent sufferer, who di eribes it aa "going right to the apot," tell the rtory It operates directly npon the disordered organ. and whether unduly active or in a ttate of paralysis, restore it to a condition of health. The ClrVn at the Stomach, pain between the Shoulder and in the Bight Bide, Yellow Scffoaion of the Skin, Co II sail ess. Drowsiness and Languor, Dimneaa of Bight, Colic, Palpitation of me Heart, Dry Cough, low Fever, and other symptoms which indicate the Tariona phase of Acuta and Ohronio Lirer Complaint, are one and an promptly relieved, and In ally removed, by the action of till famous pre psration, whirh ia at once th...

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