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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 November 1870

Poetry. THE PETRIFIED FERN. Xa a valley, centuries uo, Grew a little fcm f, green ul irne. ' - Veiuin deitaete and fibres tsnder r - ' ? waving whfB the wind crept down so low;. Bnahes tall, ud moss, ul grass grew round it. Playful sunbeams darted in ul fon.ri , . . Drope ofdew stole ill. bynleht, anderowneait . Itarta was young, and keejiag holiday. HousterfishssiwaattaaTtentuuiii, Stately forests nnd their giant branch ee, - ' Mountains fanrled their snowy svalanohes, Mammoth creatures 'talked aczoea the plain; Nature revelled is pwl arsoin, " Bnt the Httie fern was rot of those, ." 1id XX number with tb Mils and trees? Only (Tew and wavedits wild aweet way, K one oosne to note it day by day. XaHti, one time, pntoii a trollcncxd, Beared the rocks and chanred the mighty motion Of the deep, etroog currents of the ooesut - Xoved the seatn and eboo&ihw haughty waod., 1 Oraahed the Uttle fern in soft moist day, " " Cowered it, and hid it safe away; - .7 Oh, the long, loog centuries...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 November 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSKFH A KIIXT, BBITOA AHD rBOFUICTOa. M'CONNSLSYIIjLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, 18, 1STO- Winter Heading. THE CONSERVATIVE AT CLTJB BATES. VTe will lend the Commeevativi for one jear, to Clabs, as follow : Club of fire subscribers, on dollar atJ fifty cenla each, 7.50 Club often subscribers, one dol lar and thirty-five etc. each, 13 50 Club of fifteen subscribers, one dollar and twenty6vd cents each, Get op yonr Clube for the ebaep at county paper in Ohio ! The mo&ey must always be paid in advance. A Republican Estimate of the Next Congress-The Democrats Gain Twenty-Six Members. . Thirty-two States out of the thirty seTen have now held elections for members of the Forty-Second Con arrest, and the results are so far known that at least approximately correct cal culations can be made with respect to thn nolitical complexion of the next House. Out of 244 members of a full House there hare been chosen 223. Tn the following table will be found a statement of the strength of ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 November 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR ADVANCE. IK IT COS K ELS V1LLE i FRIDAY, . . : . . Not. 18, 18TO. NOTICE. Morgan Co. Medical oclety. Ad adjoarced meeting of tbe Morgan Co. Medical Society will b held io the room adjoining Robertson's Drag Store, in lie jonceisviue, on TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1871. It Is hoped there will be ft fall nd prompt Arrlcnltnral Meeting;. The Board of Directors of the llornn Count JLericaltoral Socie ty meet et the Mayor' Offioe, IB AicConneLsville, on - Umdaj.HoTrabfjrfl, 1879, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to award pre mmms on Field Crop., and for the transaction of other important bu siness. By order of the Board. " -' Johh 8. Adair, Secretary. Ifpvember 11, 1370 2w. Bishop Rosencrans' Lecture. On Monday morning, a telegram wu received by Junes Bain, of this place, stating that Bishop Bosencraas, who was on LU way here to dedicate the SainU James . k Patrick Catholic Church, would delayer a lecture here on Ute eveaing of the same day. Poet en were got oat annoucc...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 November 1870

Special Notices. A Card to Sensible People. national reader, it the aspect of the weather was nraoertain, yon would cot be foolish enough to Ton tore out without an orercoet or an umbrella. Hare the forecast, then, to protect yourself at this dan gerons season with something more important than either of these article. Strengthen yonr stomach and aerrons srstem; regnlste yonr liaer and yonr bowel e, tone all youroruans and cheer yonr animal spirits with that agreeable cordial, tonic aud altera tava, Hoatetter's Stomach Bif era. So iall yon surely escape the diseases which faten upon tlie feeble snd debilitated. Suffer and be strong." ssT the prorerb; but "Be strong that yon mil aof suffer" is-ta wiser maxim and at all strrngtnen ing preparationa this is the safest, the surest, te moat genial as s remedy, as weti a an ar uuw, for dyspepsia, ferer and ame, and liver dtte-. there Is no combination of eetable specis.a at present known which even aporosches it in smeary. Anticipate the e...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 November 1870

Poetry. AFTER THE ATTACK. Theerash of battle hu diM away. Tbe hUek-mouthed cannon are Swat, j "Agatthethwaatoawwr - Wlitd end waited and thought the bray Of the trampet would mw coma, earaei and wned, and the deadly Hot ) , . -'Wooes not the calm of erasing quiet. 1 u bravely carried, aa bravely held. That RM vtuM th H.tt -v mhttA . Sid job mark, mid the cannon's roe) bow bay jmuma When oar Brat wild rash waa taH and repelled. At we dipped in oar comrade's blood whom the fallen showed, like waifs of tba sea. How near we had surged to Tictorj ?J K? Z aooe- WhUe their ebouts etUl rang W7 w creator name ana emote, with a niiehty sweep Bnawed we sprang. We spwrred their shout with our trumpet's dans Their fir with Immm m... . Wcoauf-ht like au e :ho their vaontfnj; cry As they flinched from the charce dtanairirja I they fl Inched from the charge despairingly J We shouted then, and our oomradee cheer Aa we marched war-weary and worn; The busies ring out triumphant and clear As our banner...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 November 1870

TIIE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A KELLY, SDtTOK 5D PBOFK1KTOR. U'CONNSLSYILLS, OniO : FRIDAY, ...... Ifav 25, 1ST. Winter Heading. THE CONSERVATIVE AT CTL.XJB RATES. W will eend the Conse&vativi for one year, to Clabs, as follow : Club of five subscriber, ne dollar anJ fifty cents each, S7.50 Club often subscribers, one dol lar and Ibirty-five cts. each, 13 50 Club of fifteen subscribers, one dollar and tvreDtjsflvo cents caclt, 18.75 Get np your Clubs for the eheap ret county paper in Ohio ! The money must always be paid in advance. The Muskingum River. . We have expressed the opinion in thesd columns, that the day is not far distant when the Muskingum River will be very valuable as a means ef transportation, far above and beyond that which may now be eupposed. As a water power it ha been celebrated, but whero a sixty -liorse power online can be run at an expense of $1 60 per day for fuel, there is perhaps bo economy in wa ter power. But on the other hand, water communication is the ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 November 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR ADTAXCE, IX MCOSXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . . .rVov. 25, tSTO. AOTICE. ... Korean Co. Medical Society. As adjrvcrctd roteting ol the li organ Co. Medical Society will be bfld in the room adjoining Rober'snn's Drag Store, io Me ConcelsviMe, rm TUESDAY, JANT. 3rd, 1371. It is hoped there will be a Tall aod prompt attendance. Xov.lltli,'70,tf. XOTICE If min piyen that all premiums awarded by the Siorgan Coonty Acrieuliural Socie ty, at tne recent fair, remaining onpim on the lt of January, 1871. will be forfeited to the Bocietv. JOIIK 8. A DA IK, clecy. 2f07. J5," 1S70 It. Annnal Meeting .... Or the Korean County Bible Society will be held on Sunday Evening, Dee. 4th, at tbe Protestant Methodist Church. Townahip Societies will please tend in their reports 6T vec. 1st. Tteesorers report to Ji. HcDaniel -Secretaries to J. C. Btone. C. B. POXD, President. lit malting nji the List of Awards of the lata Fair of the Morgan County Agricultur al Society, 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. — 25 November 1870

Special mtittt. JOB MOSiS' Sir James Clarke's Female Fills Teas taraliabb Pills srs unfailing la ths cure of si i-om palatal ud danacrons d'MM to which tbs fsialsoontiiariou to snb)r-t. Toot Inderal all ex itt ii obetroodonn.fromwhaivmeanne TO BtAHKIED I,ADIKi Tbey wtmilirir earf. Thar will in a hart to bans on th ncatblt period with reculanty, end HhMwhM BnmrfnL annUJB KMlliSC DDTVal tO till CessutotJo. Lb eU oeem of Keroo. and Spinel Aflee tioaa, Pair. In the Bees aod Unbt, t'etirue on liicfcl rtlna P-imttui oi tee Heart. Bmerioa and whitea. tby will effect a cure when all other mean, him tailed- Tbe pamphlet around each package ha. fall direouane and aanoe, or will be east tree (a all writing farttssiltfl tram aaaarririnn. SPECIAL H0T.CE. Jet Wmt tr tamm CtarVt VoMh Fit ere awas rirJ Oocyte arsrncrx r .. o ie a "JOB MOGKS" am a JMK-Aeec AH ei are vonAteek V. B. la all aaaaa where tbe OlTOt caanat b. retained, Oae Dollar, with fifteen snta for portage, enelovrftottoeolerSoetor,.IO...

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 December 1870

Poetry. Poetry. PLAIN LANGUAGE FROM TRUTHFUL JAMES. [TABLE MOUNTAIN, 1876.] Which I wtrt to remark -r : And my language plain Tbat tor wr that ere dark 3 And for tricks that are rain. - The aaetbaa Chinee ia pacoliar.' Wfclci the auna I would riaa lo explain Ah Kb wen Ma name: Andlehell-netdeny w re regard (he same - What that him niK4 ww But his amile k via peaslvs an! child-Ht', . ; Aa I freqoeat remarked to Bill My It wee August the third; ana quite eort waa the ak Whtoh lt might be Inferred That Ah tea iraa likewise; Tet ha play ad tt that day uponWniiim . And me Is a way I despise. . Whloh we had a email ganse, - And Ah Stn took a hand 4 B waa Kttchre. The aame He did not understand : But he smiled aa he est bj the table. was ooua-iue ana ews. Tet the caxde thpywere stocked! - in a war anas i gneve. And my f eehnga were ahooked At the Mate of Rye 'a sleeve: Which waa atailed foil of aces i . And the aaaee with intent to daeetve. Bat the hands that were played By that heathen Ch...

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 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. OSSrwA 1SIXT, IDITOK ADD PBOPktetoa. ftTCOXltXLSYILLE, OHIO : FRtDAY, .. Dec. 3, Winter Reading. THE CONSERVATIVE AT CLUB RATES. We will send the Coxsehtativ for one year, to Club, follows i A Club of fire subscriber, one dollar and tidy cents each, Clab often subscribers, one dol lar and thirty-five cis. each, 13 oO Clab of fifteen subscriber On? ilullar and twenty ..five tent efioli, IS 75 fiot op t our Clubs for the then rst' county paper in Ohio! The money must always be paid iu ud vanca. I CONVERTIBLE PRINCIPLES. The adaptability and controvert! biiity of Radical ' "principles" are vronderlul to contemplate in the light of history. Like Shakespeare's hero, who proposed to bo "'all things to ah men," Radicalism personified, is anything or yerythmg for the occasion. We recollect distinctly that dur ing the administration of President Lincoln, to deny the absolute pow r of the President, or "govern ment," as be was called, was to be guilty of unmitigated high tre...

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 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. cTWO DOLLARS A IfiiB tl - " AlfVAXCE. ' MCOSNELSVILLE j, FRlbAY, . . bc, 18TO. KOTICC Morgan c8. Medical Society. As adjonrced mmiog ot the U organ Co. Medical Society wUi he arid in the room - djoiiiiog &uberi8?n'a Drug Store, in 11c Cvncelsville, ori . - TUESliit, JAN. 3rJ, 1871. It is fcoprd there vUl be a full and prompt Bttendioce: . No.IlU',0,U. PrBUG MEETIAUt-A public faceting of the Independent Order of . Good Templars will be held at the Mo ' Connelsville Lodge Boom, on FRIDAY ttESlXG, (December 9th,) of next 'week. Everybody, whether a member , of the Order or not, is solicited to at tend. Speckl invitation is extended - to the Children. - Turn out, and hare a1 good time generally. ' FESTITAL lTh I-aJioe of the t'pivertalijit Church will hold a Festi val in MORRIS' DA IX, on Thurs day Evening, December 8th, 1870., Everybody is invited. The McCon- . uelsville Band will b'b present. AD' 3itSS'IOX, 15 Cents. Uev. J. P. McLais viH preach at the Lniversali...

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 December 1870

TO CONSUMPTIVES. Toe tdnrrtK,liiTiir bfm iwnauahtlr eowrlof tost dreed disease. Ooosornirtioo. hy ""I1' "'!"' teansioo. loukl kowem to on fellow B8Mn to lV.llrhfdmnoit.heWllleeedaOODf of tbe OTeeoripioo oeed (rros of obsrcel, ilb lha dtreolion. for prpsnn enl wane the on, whicb tbv will noa e nju iuu rvm usvt.w, Arm, BBnitCHTTie, Ao. , . Psrtie. wiabinr tbe uiintf iotion will pMHtuow ---. KUWHD A WlLhON. 165 South Seoood street. Williamibnrah. H. T. Skill Satmr few Sw.staJw.ed To Hire debilitating medicines to the weak 1 about ai aanatble aa it wtmld be to try and help a naa to hii feet bj kicking him when he waa down. That ort of practice is going out of fashkm. It baa filled ao many graveyard, that people no longer believe in it. If those who are not strong bj nature txpect to BToid the attacka of disease, they most endeavor to aciolre the vigor neoeesarj to rertrt it. How to this to be doner Common sense suggests by the see of invigorating medicine. The great object to to mmnn th...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 9 December 1870

From the Atlantic Monthly for December. THE PRAYER-SEEKER. BY JOHN G WHITTIER. Along the aWe when prayer l A woman, au m oiaca- imw., . rVw vnled, between the kneeling boat, With gliding motion of a gboat, Paarfiothart and laid thartoa A noroU wtaca bore Una word. alone Pmyforniel Baok from the plnea of worebippmg 6gndBtoagfliy4binr. Tbanvtieof hr draperiea, atlrrad By hurrying fort, alone waa heard; miite, faB of awe, the preacher read, Aa out Into the dark ahe aped : "Pray former Back to the Bight from whence ahe came. To nnimaginea grief orahame! Aaron the threahoid of that door Hone knew the bnrdeo that ehe bore ; Alone ahe left the written eeroB, The legend of a troubled eonl Prajforme! GBde on, poor ghoat of woe or an l Thou kant a oommon needwiuus; Each been, nae toes, some ubwm , Borne nriaorr tnartimlete. Boene mtmA ain, aome ebrtaioed dread, SofnehooaahoMhorrowaninM, A U.. i a-Pray for a-O X jTweoc TheVpeof Bft"?1 Bad wtaeaa to the oommon heart I ' .Witt face In wfi and ae...

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 December 1870

. 4 CONSERVATIVE. loskru i rstxt, "saito su nnf.tol. JI'COIiJS'SISVlI.Lt', UI1IO : FRIDAY, .... lec. 9, IS'O. inter Utuling;: CONSEKVATiVE . . IT CLUB HATl'X We will scud the CoxsenvATivr for one year, to I luus, as luiiow- : 'A CJub ol five suliscnborSj fine" dollar anl fifty tynls eHtli.. 8T.S . .1 . , . . l . . " . - ...... w. I 1U0 OI un ..wcr.uc.-, -mo u.- lar and tliirtr-fiveeu. each. 13 0 Club of fifteen eubsrrrher.. one ' .l.ilUr arid twentrsfive1 vents each, Is Gt np j-our Club fir the he sp ecs 4,-ouniy paper ' in Obit-! ' The TOOtey must always be paul in siJ-wance. The President's Message. Thia document was submitted to Congress yesterday, ni reached u lr telegraph during , the after noon and evening.' - - .- ..!. ' For the most part, the message. U a bare reiteration of facta and assertions with which the people . are Tamrliar That the fall election hare surtlcd the President from hi stolidity, U ap parently the absurd, not to'suy fake statement, that "the verdict of 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. — 9 December 1870

flSiiai mnn reivCPirVTi'MW A AlAa oxv f y x x i a. -jy aOA,eUAK A - IK1U. 'AUVASCS. ' M 2u. wUMJUViXiJb : FRIDAY, . . STO. "" -NOTICE. ilBrran Co. Medical Society. . Aa adjourned aveting of tbe Horraatje-. Hadioal SocUcy will b fell ia the reeta adjoining Bobevisjo's Drsg tjtorv-; ia He Cateriwrfte,-oa--- ----- j-.... TUKSDAT, J IN. 3rJj 1871V ---, "Tt it toped titers' will br a ftiH aw! prompt nadnice.--- - -i - " Nwv.lltiii0,U. Notice is directed to the Law r i : . -. Crd of Unna & Kennaar. ;&i.LTA Ah IAD. Go to TIL flail's .4or-Sehool t Hooka, Fars, Traaka, MlHioery Goods, tot - - , . Remkmbi tbe Public Meeting at the Uood Templar Lodge - Room tbla eternce: Everybody is invited ute, baa taken, a poaitioa oa " the PitUbtrrgfc Giti-tttt; -,,.-.. , n t inw j yta want a Brat-class religions journal. sena ior uie itew -or. -"IttifefsTidwrt.. 8e notic-laeiJbjye. frfi'Xuropeati war still wages. Kd'material " cliVrti2e7-rB-;tao-ttlua-Uor.. . -fe-jftnoi UM--advrtu3emanVwf .the -"O...

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 December 1870

CURIOUS RELICS. Ancient Miens Revisited. The Paniuna Star and Herald says that In a conversation irith two Americans who hare been settled for some time bock in the little port of Pines, to the v son th ward of the Bay of San Miguel, we are put in possession of certain informa tion. With the restless energy bo char acteristic of the national character in extending their researches back into the ' interior, they came, by . a r ' not very difficult road, upon the deserted site of the celebrated mines of Oana thagena, which they took, plundered ; and burnt: and that from thence thev sailed to Caledonia, rowed up the river 01 JJanen, and ingratiating themselves with the Indians, were conducted by tnem to tne gold mines at banta Urns de Can a, near Santa Maria, and after they had marehed nine days, they fell wita bq ouuraara 01 me spamaras. of whom they took nine; but the others, escaping, crave nonce at tne mines 01 their approach. "So tbat the richest of the inhab-1 it ants fled with 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. — 16 December 1870

THE THREE LITTLE CHAIRS. Tuaytcy the bright wood Are, . . To gmy-hs4rsd jut and wed errs, . IrmaiBlng of tiaye gone toy ; : Thetatar-drops fell on each wrm'zlrd oheeh. They both had thought they of1 epeak. And each beari attend eigh rVw their and and tearful eve deeawied Three little chairs pleoed aide by aide Against tfa aatting-roora wall ; Jta-fshtracd enough ee Uaerwthey stood. Then- seats of nag and their frames of wood, With tbeer taaaifa o areight end aaU. Then tne asr hook Ua silvery bead, And with trembling bom h gently arid: Mother, thaw anpfdiiinl Tbey bring ua anch aad, aad thoughts to-night. Wall pat than forever out at tight. In the mall dark room up stairs.'' Batabeaaawered: Vher, no, not jet, or 1 took at them, and I forget That the children are away; The boys some beak, and our hUrr, too. With herapron on, of ebsckered bine, - And alt here every day. "Johnny stffl whittles a ship, tall smarts, And Willie haa lessen bullet casta, While Mery her Belch-work sews; Ateve...

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 December 1870

:he conservative. 70SEFH A, KSLLT, KDTTOS AXD FaoraiKTOR, ITCON-NELSYILI, E.OHIO: FRIDAY, ...... Dec. 16, ISTO. Winter K eading. CONSERVATIVE If. .u-v!., ; .' ri. ' (3injB - RATES. W will sent) the CojisKhvativb for one year, to Claba, as follow : A Club of firo subscribers, one dollar anJ fifty con '.a each, 87.60 dob often subscribers, one ilol- ' lar and thirty-five cts. each, 13 50 dab of filtecn subscriber, one : ' dollar and twenljofire cents ; each, . . . ' ,18 7. t up yosr Clubs for the cheap est scanty, paper in Ohio! . The money taunt always be paid in ad vance. - President Grant. ' The administration of Gen. Grant has disappointed the expectations of its best friends. - Since toe revo lutionary days, few Presidents have entered upon the functions of their great office wita greater pretcn' sions on the part of their friends. But unless the policy of ilie Tresi dent is greatly changed daring the .remaining half of his term, there will have been few Fresidsuts who have so Ba...

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 December 1870

THE COySERVATim TWO; DOLLARS A YEAR M ADVANCE. M COSKELSVIJULE : FRIDAY pec. 16, I87Q. J.OTICE. - . Morgan C . Medical Society. Ao adjoarwd Meeting of the Morgan Co. Medic! Society will be held in the room adjoining Robertson, Drug Store, Id 31 c Concelsvilte, on TUESDAY," J 4N7 3rd, 1871. It ts hoped there will be a fall sod prompt attendance. - - JNot.llth.TO.tr. THE TRACY MURDER! Stephen Miller in Custody— History of his Travels since. the Shooting of Tracy—Meets O. M. Lovell in Portsmouth— Gives Himself up to Dr. Milhous in Indianapolis — Is Brought to McConnelsville and Lodged in Jail—Dispute Relative to who is Entitled to the Reward of $300.00 Offered by the County Commissioners. sioner!. .-vrir. Oa -Friday afternoon of last week, intelligence was received hereby telegraph that Stephen Hiller bad goi on board the steamer Mink at ZanesviOe, and was on bis war to McConnelsville. A warrant was ia sued, placed in tbe lands of Daniel Sheet and he, tb8 equipped, made Lis way to' 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. — 16 December 1870

CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE. Thanksgiving—Woman Suffrage State Association—Opposition Lecturess— Railroads—Chicago & Northwestern Railway—Number of Trains—Earnings and Net—Newspapers—The Chicago Tribune—Fire at the Metropolitan —Trade—The Weather—Amusements. nrnti. ChxcaoO.9ot.S8. 1870. Tharikswrvine off verv anietly. There were-the osnal relig ions services in tho nriou ehnrches with the usual meagre attendance, though the day was fine, and the inducements to thanksgiving abundant A few military companies paraded, , bat excited little attention save from the juven iles and a few grown-np children. The crop ef turkeys and other Thanksgiving fowls were Slenty, and the day was faithfully celebrated at ie dinner table. "There was very little drink ing or oarousing, and the deportment of the dij was quiet and orderly. THE STATE WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. of Illinois, had a meeting at Farwell EaO, and after some discussion resolved to become auxil iary to tbe Northwestern Woman Suffrage ...

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